Shown basking within the warm sunlight of South Florida is the former Gulf Air Boeing 767-300ER awaits the final days at Opa Locka Airport (KOPF) before scrapping
N181AQ a Boeing 767-300 Extended Range (ER) was manufactured in 1989 with its last registered owner being the Bank of Utah Trustee. The aircraft has been picked cleaned of the choice parts for re-use, such as the engines, landing gears, avionics and auxiliary power unit (APU) before the full scrapping of the hull
The 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) having established, professional and personal relationships with various U.S., Federal Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies seizes such opportunities to obtain certain commercial aircraft parts for threat analysis / proof of concept research projects
Do to the sensitivity of certain projects, particularly this project details can not be released as to the nature of various parts that are being harvested, but the Passenger Service Unit (PSU) is one area of concerns that the 94th ACG has identified and has expressed concern and are seeking yet another Federal / Department of Homeland Security (DHLS) Threat Analysis grant
An over view of what once was the economy section of N181AQ. As mentioned this aircraft operated with Gulf Air within the Middle East and flew to many destinations within the region and now its parts are becoming instruments to explore and study means of protecting our Citizens and added to the defense of future in flight terrorist actions
Opa Locka, Florida 17th October 2013: For well over a decade now, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) under the leadership of its Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez has not only served, advised and assisted the many, global commercial clients, but has exported the group expertise to various U.S. Federal Agencies for the protection of our nation infrastructure. Lending the group technical creativity and vision within the realm of threats and threat analyses application to the aviation sector, the group is once again formulating new ideas to share with their partners agencies for review and consideration. Without the disclosure of details, the (94th ACG) harvest certain parts from an ex-Gulf Air Boeing 767-300ER for analyses.