From 1977-79, I worked at the Naval Air Rework Facility in Norfolk VA. At that time they were just emptying out the last of the post-WW2 storage sheds where there were some amazing and rare aircraft, so unfortunately I only got to see a few. I saw the mixed-propulsion Curtiss XF15C but got no photos of it; luckily it's still in existence at a museum in Hickory NC although I believe it's being displayed outside, which in that climate isn't ideal. I also saw one of the very few Douglas BTD-1s, which apparently is in limbo somewhere now, belonging to the Naval Aviation Museum but on loan to a place in Tennessee for restoration; they have a website but I'm told that they're actually closed permanently. That one I did manage to take a couple of photos of, and over the years I've searched through all my collections without finding them, so I thought I must have lost them. Today I found them tucked into an album that I'd misplaced, and thought I'd share them here. I particularly remember this aircraft because it had suffered some damage to the vertical tail at some point, which I see has been repaired on it now. One of the photos is good, the other is way underexposed but I include it anyway, just because I'm so pleased to have found it at all!