BOEING 707-328C SERIAL 1417

Boeing 707-328C (c/n 19723) was part of a package of three obtained by the SAAF in 1986; from ex stock of Air France.  This aircraft was the first aircraft to fly after 60 Squadron was reformed in 1986 and the Squadron documentation states that the first orientation flight took place on the 11 August 1986 at the hands of the then Officer Commanding of 60 Squadron, Colonel Viviers.