Israeli Aircraft Industries 1124 Westwind  N222SR                      (c/n 194)


                                        In 1967 Israeli Aircraft Industries acquired the full manufacturing rights of the North American
                                        (Rockwell Division) Jet Commander 1121.  This aircraft was a direct derivative of the tried and
                                        true piston engine (and later turbo prop) Aero Commander line of 1950s era.   One notable
                                        enhancement made by IAI was the addition of wing tip tanks.    This machine carried the ferry
                                        registration 4X-CKR before coming onto the U.S. register as N222SR for the Stearns-Roger
                                        Corporation, based in Denver, Colorado.  My shot was taken on the executive ramp at El Paso,
                                        Texas in 1980.