Werk Nr. 73 (Aviolanda)
Type K-1
Events November 17th 1939 wing delivered by De Schelde to Aviolanda.
March 8th 1940 entered service as X-36.
March 21st 1940 shipped to the Dutch East Indies on board of the Topanoeli.
December 29th 1941 transferred from Kalabani to Ambon.
December 3rd 1941 releaved by GVT 7 and transferred from Ambon to Morokrembangan for a 200 hours inspection.
December 12th 1941 transferred from Soerabaja to Pontianak to releave GVT 4.
December 15th 1941 had to make an emergency landing due to an engine failure south of the Natoena Islands, the plane was towed to Pontianak for repairs.
December 19th 1941 when lying in a drydock strafed by Japanese airplanes and heavily damaged. After emergency repairs at Pontianak flown to Morokrembangan for further repairs. Within four days the plane was operational again.
December 26th 1941 transferred to GVT 1 as replacement for the X-6.
December 30th 1941 made a reconnaissance flight to try to find the X-15 that had gone missing on December 29th 1941. No trace was found.
January 2nd 1942 releaved by GVT 6.
February 1942 transferred to Lake Gratie, together with the X-1, X-20 and X-24.
March 2nd 1942 evacuated to Australia.
March 3rd 1942 arrived in Australia, landing south of Broome due to a navigational error, ending up running out of fuel.
March 5th 1942 set on fire by the crew to attract attention, because there was no sight anywhere of anyone trying to rescue them.

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