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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:36:28 2016
08124 ... 08549 (EXACT MATCH)
Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
08124	MSN 91	To Defense Services Corp 1942 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  Converted to cargo 
configuration. Registered to RDC 7Sep44 as NC33303, canx 17Jul47. 
08125	MSN 92	To Defense Services Corp 1942 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  Converted to cargo 
configuration. Registered to RDC 7Sep44 as NC33304, cancelled on export to Iceland 5Oct44. 
08126	MSN 93	To Defense Services Corp 1942 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  Converted to cargo 
configuration. Registered to RDC 7Sep44 as NC33305, cancelled on export to Brazil 13Feb45.  
Chartered to Pan American Airways and leased to subsidiary Panair do Brasil for the carriage of rubber latex. 
08127	MSN 163	To Defense Service Corp SC 1942 and assigned to subsidiary Rubber Development Corp.  Converted to cargo 
configuration.  Registered to DSC 21Jan43 as NC33307, canx 1Sep44. 
08135 (VP-54) missing on flight from NAS Kaneohe 12/17/1942.  7 MIA.
08136 (VP-44) sank in shallow water after forced landing Flordia Island, South Pacific 3/24/1943.  
Recovered and SOC.
08137 (VP-34) MIA during attack on Kaoe Bay, northern
Halmaheras, South Pacific 7/24/1944.  3 crew MIA.
08138 (VPB-33) lost in landing accident in rough seas
Dutch New Guinea 12/5/1944.  Sank in 10 minutes.
08140 (VPB-2) crashed in landing 8/8/1944, Saipan, South Pacific, sank. 
08143 (VPB-29) SOC 10/7/1944 in South Pacific due to mechanical failure during combat mission.
08150 (MSN 1044) to RAAF as A24-34.  To Sqd. 20, Apr 20, 1943 coded RB-T then Jun 11, 1943 F-JH, to Sqd 11 Oct 6, 1943.
Lost Feb. 7, 1944, when it landed on fire near the south coast of New Britain. A flare in the aircraft 
had been ignited prematurely and the pilot was forced to land the burning PBYs as rapidly as possible. 
Sadly, the plane landed in Japanese held territory in Jacquinot Bay, with the crew members making it to 
shore in the vicinity of Malakua.. Of the ten men in the crew, five would die as POWs at Rabaul, one 
would survive as a POW in Japan, and four others would have the good fortune to evade capture. 
08153 (MSN 1047) to RAAF as A24-31.  Sold to Australair Ltd in 1947
08156 (MSN 1050) to RAAF as A24-32.  Crashed in open sea rescue attempt 5/2/1944.
08158 (VP-63) hid large submerged object on landing
in San Francisco Bay and sank 2/14/1943.  3 killed, 3 injured.
08159 (MSN 1053) to RAAF as A24-33.   To Sqd 20 coded RB-S Oct 25, 1943. 19 Feb 1944 A24-33 was preparing to alight at Cairns 
after a test flight when it was hit by RAAF PBY-5 Catalina A24-38 (original Serial No. BUNO 08203) which was 
taxiing at the time. The port float on A24-33 was torn off and left wedged in the main plane of A24-38. 
Again damaged Jun 28, 1945.
08161 (MSN 1055) to RAAF as A24-35.  Sold to Barrier Reef Airways 11/10/1947. 
08162 crashed during night landing practice to avoid
collision with carrier NAS Alameda, CA. 
10/24/1943.  4 killed, 3 injured.
08163 (VP-81) stalled on takeoff, crashed and burned 
2/25/1943, NAS San Diego.  5 killed, 6 injured.
08165 (MSN 1059) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 01, later FAB 6500, redesignated P-10 in 1945.
Discharged in 1954
08166 (MSN 1060) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 02, later FAB 6501.   Sank U-199 from 
Galeao Air Base Jul 31, 1943.  Redesignated B-10 in 1945.  Discharged 1948 
08169 (VP-HDN-14) hit taxiing PBY while landing
NAS San Diego 10/22/1943.  Pilot killed, plane SOC.
08172 (VP-63) crashed in night takeoff NAS Port Lyautey,
French Morocco 1/9/1944.  7 killed, one injured.
08174 (VP-63) force landed at sea 9 miles from Craw
Field, French Morocco due to fuel exhaustion
and sank 7/22/1944.
08175 (VP-63) crash-landed Wickford Harbor 5/30/1943.
SOC.
08177 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX570.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
08181 (VPB-1) made hard landing 3/16/1943 NAS
Jacksonville, FL and sank with 4 depth charges.
Never recovered.
08185 (MSN 1079) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 03, later FAB 6502.  Redesignated P-10
in 1945.  Discharged in 1948
08186 (MSN 1080) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 04, later FAB 6503.  Redesignated P-10
in 1945.  Discharged in 1958
08190 (MSN 1084) to RAAF as A24-36.  Converted to ground
instructional aircraft 5/5/1943.
08200 (MSN 1094) to RAAF as A24-37.  Sold to ANA 10/15/1946.
08201 (MSN 1095) to RAAF as A24-40.  Sold to ANA 10/15/1946.
08202 (MSN 1096) to RAAF as A24-43.  Crashed into a ridge Jun 26, 1943, Bougainville.
9 people on board, 3 killed in crash, 4 killed by Japanese troops, 2 returned by
submarine.
08203 (MSN 1097) to RAAF as A24-38.  Damaged 3/20/1944.
08204 (VT-4) flipped over on landing Santa Rosa Island
1/22/1947.  Pilot killed, 4 injured.  I also have this one going
to RAAF as A24-41 and having crashed 4/8/1943 into Gulf of
Carpentaria QLD, killing all on board.
08206 (MSN 1100) to RAAF as A24-39.  Crashed into sea 5/24/1943 near Port Stephens NSW.
08207 (MSN 1101) to RAAF as A24-44.  Sold 1/6/1948 to Kingsford Smith Air Services
08208 (MSN 1102) to RAAF as A24-42.  Damaged in heavy seas 5/15/1945.
08211 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX571. Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
no RAF service
08212 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX572.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
no RAF service.
08213 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX573.  Sold as scrap Mar 10, 1947
08214 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX574.  Went missing about 110 mi
N of Shetland Islands Jun 9, 1944.
08215 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX575.  Transferred to BOAC as 
G-AGID Jul 13, 1943.  Scuttled off Fremantle, Australia
Nov 28, 1945.
08216 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX576.  Wrecked when struck rock while
taxying at night, Killadeas Jul 20, 1944
08217 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX577.  Transferred to BOAC as
G-AGIE Jul 13, 1943.  Scuttled off Fremantle, Australia
Nov 28, 1945
08218 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX578.  SOC Nov 6, 1947
08219 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX579.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
no RAF service
08220 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX580.  Transferred to RCAF May 8, 1943,
no RAF service.
08221 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX581.  Wrecked when overshot landing
and struck rocks, Sullom Voe May 5, 1944.
08222 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX582.  Transferred to Norwegian AF
Nov 21, 1945.
08223 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX583.  SOC Nov 6, 1947
08224 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX584.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
08225 to RAF as Catalina IVA JX585.  DBR when struck submerged
obstruction during takeoff, Gibraltar May 30, 1944
08226 (VP-63) force-landed at sea due to fuel exhaustion and sank under tow 5/10/1943.  SOC.
08229 (VP-FAW-10) force landed and sank 4/30/1943
08242 (MSN 1136) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 05, later FAB 6504.  Discharged in 1945
08243 (MSN 1137) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 06, later FAB 6505.  Discharged in 1945				
08244 (VP-33) crashed on take off from advanced base in South Pacific 9/8/1944.
08246 (VP-24) crashed 7/12/1943 Tulagi Harbor.  All 7 killed.
08251 (VP-63) wing hit water during low-altitude run,
water-looped and sank 3/30/1943 Albemarle Sound, NC.  8 killed
08264 (MSN 1178) to RAAF as A24-50).  Did not return from Sorong, Vogelkop Pen 9/2/1943.
08268 (MSN 1182) to RAAF as A24-48.  Wrecked on takeoff Bowen lighthouse.
08269 (MSN 1183) to RAAF as A24-45.  Wrecked 7/20/1944, werckage discovered 1996.
08272 (MSN 1186) to RAAF as A24-46.  Broken up but not destroyed.  Was restored
and is now at Whaleworld Museum, Albany WA
08280 (MSN 1194) to RAF as JX232 and to RNZAF as NZ4002 May 12, 1943. 
Crashed at Lauthala Bay, Fiji Sep 23, 1943. 4 crew killed.  JX232 is qu0ted as being as MSN 12334.
08283 (VP-33) lost in landing accident 4/25/1944 to rescue B-24 crew and sank.  All crew rescued by
another PBY.  I have this plane also as having
been lost in a takeoff accident 11/15/1944 in the Philippines.
08284 (MSN 1198) to RAAF as A24-47.  Sold to J. E. Wood 11/13/1947.
08285 (MSN 1199) to RAAF as A24-49.  Crashed 4/28/1944, Horn Island QLD
08286 (MSN 1200) to RAAF as A24-56.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith 1/5/1948.
08290 water looped on takeoff Jacksonville NAS
5/7/1943.  SOC.
08294 (VP-FAW-10) crashed Exmouth Gulf, Australia 
7/3/1943.  4 killed, 4 injured.
08300 (MSN 1214) to Brazil in 1943 as FAB 07, later FAB 6506.  Redesignated
P-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1958
08301 Lend-Lease to Chile as FACh 400
08302 Lend-Lease to chile as FACh 401
08307 (VN-4M) flipped over and sank on landing, 
Escambria Bay, South Pacific 6/3/1946.  2 killed.
08308 stalled on landing in fog Pensacola Bay, Fl 
1/27/1944. Pilot killed, 6 injured.
08312 (VP-3) forced landing after fuel exhaustion Jun 22, 1943.
08316 water looped during night landing and sank
Pensacola Bay, FL. 12/4/1943.  Pilot killed,
6 injured.
08317 (MSN 1211) saved by NASM and is now in National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
08318 (VP-FAW-3) force landed in Atlantic Ocean due
to fuel exhaustion 6/22/1943.
08321 (VPB-2) force landed in a field near Julington 
Creek, FL 10/27/1944. 1 killed.
08324 (VN-8) crashed into Mobile Bay, FL 7/3/1943.  5 killed.
08326 (VP-11) crashed 5/10/1943.  SOC.
08328 (VP-11) in accident in Jenkins Bay, southern Pacific
Nov 10,1943.  A crewman was knocked overboard and drowned.
No damage to plane.
08331 (VP-11) missing on search mission 8/13/1944.
08332 (MSN 1256) to RAAF as A24-54.  Strafed by fighters while trying to pick
up survivors from A72-81 and A72-77 4/6/1945, caught fire and abandoned.
08333 (MSN 1257) to RAAF as A24-51.  Sold to Australair 11/5/1947.
08334 (MSN 1258) to RAAF as A24-53.  Failed to return 4/21/1944 from Balikpapan.
08335 (MSN 1259) to RAAF as A24-52.  Crashed 9/7/1943, Townsville QLD
in Cleveland Bay.  13 killed, 3 survived.
08336 (MSN 1260) to RAAF as A24-55.  Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947
08339 (MSN 1263, VP-11) sank Apr 3/4, 1944 while under tow after a forced night
landing at sea due to severe oil leak
08340 (MSN 1264) to RAAF as A24-57.  Sold 5/11/1947
08341 (MSN 1265) to RAAF as A25-58.  Sold to Barrier Reef Airways 11/10/1947.
08342 nosed in on landing Barrancas Beach, FL. 
9/27/1943.  3 killed, 2 injured.  SOC.
08353 (VPB-63) crashed on takeoff 6/11/45, British
Gambia, Africa during ferrying.
08361 (VP-200) sank at sea SW of Oahu after hard landing
7/18/1944.
08363 (VPB-34) sank in landing accident off Samar
coast 10/25/1944.
08372 (VP-14) crashed during low-altitude turn west
of Copis Island 12/7/1943.  To VR-BAB, then F-OAVV and w/o Feb 19, 1958
acccording to Andrade
08373 (MSN 1297) to RNZAF May 1943 as Catalina IVA NZ4004.  To instructional airframe as INST120 at
Hobsonville in 1946.  SOC 1951 and scrapped..
08377 (VP-14) crashed on takeoff 1/5/1944 Treasury Island
08378 (VP-2-2) crashed 2/14/1944 Queensland, Australia.
08386 (VP-9) crashed on takeoff with depth charges and
exploded Espritu Santo, South Pacific 1/22/1944.
6 killed, 3 injured.
08388 (VP-91) crashed during patrol 11/19/1943 Malaita
Island, South Pacific 5 killed, 2 injured.
08395 at National Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL
08396 to Dutch Navy as Y-86.  Later reserialed P-86, then 16-86
08397 to Dutch Navy as Y-87.  Crashed Oct 13, 1946 at Woendi.
08399 (VP-11) ran out of fuel and forced-landed during 
anti-sub patrol 4/3/1944.  Sank during attempted salvage.
08400 (MSN 1324) to RAAF as A24-59.  Sold to Sidney Morning Herald 3/24/1947.
08404 (MSN 1328) to RAAF as A24-60.  Sold 11/12/1947
08405 (MSN 1329) to RAAF as A24-64.  Failed to return from Philippines 12/14/1944.
08406 (MSN 1330) to RAAF as A24-61.  Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947.
08409 (VP-45) sank in 90 feet of water in failed takeoff
in rough seas 3/23/1943 Attu, AL.
08411 (VPB-2) flew into water during landing, St Johns
River, FL 1/28/1945.  5 killed, 5 injured.
08413 (VP-14) written off when hit coral reef during
taxiing 12/20/1943.
08422 (VPB-2) crashed during instrument training near NAS
Jacksonville 6/25/1943. 13 killed.
08428 (VP-52) missing 11/22/1943, South Pacific.
08431 (VP-52) in landing accident to rescue crew of
downed PB4Y 4/30/1944, South Pacific.  Nosed
over.  3 missing, 5 injured.
08433 Lend-Lese to Chile as FACh 402
08434 (VPB-34) crash landed 11/6/1944 San Pedro Bay, Philippines.
This plane was the famed Medal of Honor aircraft flown
by Lt. Nathan Gordon Feb 15, 1944 off New Britain.	
08435 (MSN 1369) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as NZ4020.  Crash-landed at Hobsonville during ferry 
flight May 26, 1945 and towed to mooring by crash boat.  Damage resulted
in aircraft being w/o			
08436 (VJ-2) undershot landing 5/3/1943, SOC.
08437 (VN-18B) hit seaplane ramp during taxiing 3/28/1946, Corpus Christi, TX.  SOC
08438 (MSN 1372) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as NZ4019.  Declared surplus in 1951 and broken
up at Hobsonville in 1952.
08442 (VP-52) crashed on takeoff 11/13/1943 Queensland, Australia.  SOC.
08450 (MSN 1384) to RNZAF Jun 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4012.  Declared surplus in 1951
and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952.
08453 (MSN 1387) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4015.  Declared surplus in 1951
and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952
08463 (VP-4) crashed 1/14/1944, Bougainville, SP
08464 (MSN 1398) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4014.  Declared surplus in 1951
and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952.
08466 (MSN 1400) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4016.  Declared surplus in 1951
and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952.
08467 (MSN 1401) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4017.  Declared surplus in 1951
and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952
08468 (MSN 1402) to RNZAF Jul 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4013.  Water-looped on takeoff after
a rescue mission in Segond Channel Oct 11, 1944.  Taken under tow by a
US ship, but the damaged starboard float collapsed and the aircraft
capsized and sank.
08469 (VP-14) forced landing 6/16/1944 150 mi NW of
Espiritu Santos.  Sank under tow.
08487 (MSN 1431) To RNZAF Oct 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4021  Declared surplus in 1951
and broken up at Hobsonville 1952.
08488 (MSN 1432) to RNZAF Oct 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4018.  Declared surplus in 1951
and broken up at Hobsonville in 1952
08489 (MSN 1433) to RAAF as A24-65.  Sold to C. K. Campbell 11/12/1947.
08494 (VP-34) sank in night landing accident 8/14/1944,
Wios Wolndi, Dutch New Guinea.
08499 (MSN 1443) to RAAF as A24-66.  Sold to J.E. Wood 11/21/1947.
08500 (MSN 1444) to RAAF as A24-67.  Shot down 10/1/1943 during torpedo attack.
08504 (MSN 1458) to RAAF as A24-68.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith 1/5/1948.
08505 sank 5/20/1944 during night landing
08506 (VP-72) sank 2/18/1944, Majuro, South Pacific
08509 (VP-33) spun-in in South Pacific 5/21/1944, crashed and burned.  Pilot and 5 missing, 2 injured.
08510 (VP-72) in landing accident in rough seas, sank by gunfire 1/14/1944, South Pacific.
08516 (MSN 1470) to RNZAF Jun 1943 as Catalina IV NZ4022.  Stalled and spun into 
water 10 mi south of Mbenga, Fuji Jan 27, 1945 while operating with No. 6
Squadron.  During a post maintenance test flight the aircraft was
deliberately stalled at 5500 feet but entered an uncontrollable spin
and dove into sea near Beqa Island.  4 crew and 8 passengers killed,
but 2 crew and 4 passengers got clear of the wreckage before it sank
and survived.
08518 (VP-33) during rescue mission 6/3/1944 attacked by Hamps, landed and beached aircraft.  When
clear, flew home.
08530 (VN-4) flew into water during landing and burned, Corpus Christi Bay, TX 10/7/1946.
08532 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV925.   SOC Mar 26, 1947
08533 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV926.   SOC Mar 26, 1947
08534 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV927.  Returned to USN Jul 29, 1947
08535 (VPB-2) got lost and force landed 100 mi west of Tampa, FL and sank 2/12/1944.
08536 (VPB-2) taxied to beach, hit trees, and sank 6/11/1944, Great Ragged Island, BWI.  SOC.
08542 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV928.  Hit by flak from U-boat
Jul 17, 1944.  Returned to Sullom Voe but found DBR
08543 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV929.  Hit by flak from U-boat
Jul 18, 1944.  Returned to Sullom Voe but found DBR
08544 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV930.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
08545 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV931.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
08546 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV932.  SOC Mar 26, 1947.
08547 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV933.  Sold as scrap Mar 10, 1947
08548 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV934.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
08549 to RAF as Catalina IVA JV935.  SOC Mar 26, 1947
97676 ... 98601
General Motors TBM-4 Avenger
Cancelled contract for licence production by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
107876 ... 108225
Curtiss SB2C-5 Helldiver
contract cancelled
117729 ... 118928
General Motors TBM-4 Avenger
cancelled contract
128055 ... 128294
Grumman F9F-6 Cougar
Model G-93.  Redesignated F-9G in 1962.
128058 converted to QF-9G
128109 in National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
128111 (VF-153) crashed at what is now China Camp State Park, San Rafael, CA
Jan 29, 1954.  Pilot killed.
128113 converted to QF-9G.  Wreck spotted on San Nicholas Island, California Nov 2008.
128129 was Blue Angels #1.  Pilot ejected through canopy in
uncontrolled supersonic dive over Pickens, MS Aug 4, 1953, pilot survived.
128138 Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA May 9, 1955 to Aug 3, 1955.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research. 
128148 converted to F9F-6K.  SOC Jun 23, 1960.
128149 converted to QF-9G. Expended as target at China Lake, CA Feb 24, 1965. SOC Mar 17, 1965.
128150 was at Kissimmee, FL Nov 2005 but may have gone to Marengo OH.
128151 converted to QF-9G. Expended as target at China Lake, CA Feb 12, 1965. SOC Mar 1, 1965.
128152 converted to QF-9G. SOC Nov 20, 1968.
128157 converted to F9F-6K2. SOC May 23, 1961.
128162 converted to QF-9G. SOC Mar 29, 1965.
128164 converted to QF-9G. Lost at China Lake, CA Apr 15, 1965. SOC Apr 27, 1965.
128169 converted to F9F-6K.  SOC Jun 9, 1960
128191 converted to F9F-6K.  SOC Jun 29, 1961.
128212 damaged by crashing 126427 aboard USS Midway Mar 31, 1954
128215 converted to QF-9G
128216 converted to F9F-6K2. to NAF R&D China Lake ca 1959.  SOC Oct 22, 1959.
128233 converted to F9F-6K. To NAF R&D China Lake by May 1959.  Crashed at China Lake, CA Aug 8, 1959. 
SOC Aug 24, 1959.
128237 converted to F9F-6K.  SOC Apr 5, 1961.
128240 converted to F9F-6K.  SOC May 16, 1961
128246 converted to F9F-6D drone director.  To NAF R&D China Lake by Oct 1959
128249 converted to F9F-6KD
128250 converted to F9F-6K. Crashed at China Lake, CA Aug 19, 1959. SOC Sep 1, 1959.
128257 damaged by crashing F2H-2 126427 aboard USS Midway Mar 31, 1954
128263 converted to F9F-6K.  SOC Mar 17, 1960.
128284 photographed in school year at unknown date or location.
128288 converted to F9F-6K2.  SOC Oct 10, 1961
128290 converted to QF-9G
138103 ... 138371
North American T-28B Trojan
MSN 200-174/200-442.  Some references have this run as ending at 138367.
Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
138103 (MSN 200-174) to MASDC as 5T0171 Sep 17, 1978.  On civilian registry as N130AS
138105 (MSN 200-176) broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
138108 (MSN 200-179) to USAF as 53-8366 with Farm Gate.
138110 (MSN 200-181) to Cambodia in 1972.  To Philippine AF in 1976.  To US civilian registry Mar 1989 as N2054K.
138111 (MSN 200-182) to Democratic Republic of Congo AF Apr 28, 1965.
138113 (MSN 200-184) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o Nov 1964
138115 (MSN 200-186) to South Vietnam AF earloy 1962.  w/o in early 1964.
138116 (MSN 200-187) converted to T-28D-10.  To Royal Laotian AF Feb 1972.  To Philippine AF as 138116
in 1976 as 138116.  Disposal approved Oct 1980.
138117 (MSN 200-188) on civilian market as N88AW.
138119 (MSN 200-190) on civilian registry as N119RT
138122 (MSN 200-193) on civilian registry as N28RF.  Registration cancelled by FAA
Mar 19, 2008 on sale to owner in Australia.  Registered Aug 13, 2008 as VH-FNO.
138126 (MSN 200-197) seen at Rockford, IL Aug 9, 1996 as N285MS
138129 (MSN 200-200) on civilian registry as N32257.  Noted at Tennessee Museum of Aviation in 2002
138130 (MSN 200-201) became NX944RJ.  Registration cancelled Nov 17, 1998 as "destroyed".
Registration N8928T allocated Oct 12, 2004.
138134 (MSN 200-205) previously stored at Techatticup, NV.
Registration N828VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for 
Vintage Warbirds, taken up Dec 6, 2006.
138135 (MSN 200-206) to Royal Laotian AF Dec 1972.  Declared excess from Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF.
To US civilian registry as N2061W
138136 (MSN 200-207) to MASDC Sep 29, 1978.  On civilian registry as N2HF
138137 (MSN 200-208) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.
138139 (MSN 200-210) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o early 1962.
138140 (MSN 200-211) on civil registry as N504GH
138141 (MSN 200-212) to MASDC as TA0211 Oct 27, 1989.  On civil registry as N263FM
138142 (MSN 200-213) on civil registry as N54912
138143 (MSN 200-214) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o early 1962
138146 (MSN 200-217) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF as 8146
138149 (MSN 200-220) noted Sep 2005 at China Aviation Museum, Datang, Shan, PRC.
138150 (MSN 200-221) to MASDC as 5T0083 Nov 9, 1976.  Registered Nov 1989 to World Wide Aeronautical
Industries as N138WW
138151 (MSN 200-222) to South Vietnam AF early 1962. W/o sometime in 1963 with 716 Squadron.
138152 (MSN 200-223) converted to T-28D-10 (#412).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-99/14 Jan 1972.  W/o Sep 22, 1976.
138153 (MSN 200-224) to Democratic Republic of congo AF Apr 28, 1965 as FA-153.
138155 (MSN 200-226) to MASDC as 5T0176 Oct 2, 1978
138156 (MSN 200-227) to USAF as 53-8371 Jul 21, 1961 for Farm Gate
138157 (MSN 200-228) converted to T-28D-10 (#449).  To Thai AF as JF13-113/15.  Preserved at RTAF Academy 1996-2003
138158 (MSN 200-229) on civil registry as N138RR
138162 (MSN 200-233) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o Oct 21, 1965.  To Royal Laotian AF
138164 (MSN 200-235) on civil registry as N9060F
138170 (MSN 200-241) converted to T-28D-10 (#409).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-100/14 Jan 1972.  W/o Aug 14, 1981.
138171 (MSN 200-242) on civil registry as N171BA
138172 (MSN 200-243) to MASDC as 5T0198 
138173 (MSN 200-244) converted to T-28D-10 (#448).  To Thai AF as JF13-114/15.  SOC Aug 14, 1984.
138174 (MSN 200-245) converted to T-28D-10 (#407).  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Aug 1971.
138175 (MSN 200-246) to MASDC as 5T0174 Jul 27, 1978.  Later on civil registry as N28EP
138176 (MSN 200-247) previously stored at Techatticup, NV.  
Registration N829VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage 
Warbirds, taken up Dec 6, 2006.
138178 (MSN 200-249) on civil registry as N28TY
138179 (MSN 200-250) to MASDC as 5T0124 Oct 28, 1981, later TA0160.  To civil registry as N3905H then OE-ESA
138180 (MSN 200-251) converted to T-28D-10 (#413) to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-101/14 Jan 1972.
138181 (MSN 200-252) to Royal Laotian AF Dec 1972.  Declared excess Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF .  Disposal
approved Oct 4, 1978.  To US civil registry as N2063T
138183 (MSN 200-254) converted to T-28D-10 (#434).  To Cambodia as O-38183.  To Philippine AF as 138183. 
138187 (MSN 200-258) to MASDC as 5T0129 May 9, 1978.  Later on civil registry as N187GH
138191 (MSN 200-262) to N54913
138192 (MSN 200-263) to Royal Laotian AF Dec 1972.  Declared excess Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF as
138183 in 1976.  To US civil registry as N2065F Sep 12, 1989
138194 (MSN 200-265) on civil registry as N194RR.
138199 (MSN 200-270) to Royal Thai AF ?
138201 (MSN 200-272) converted to T-28D-10 (#445).  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Sep 12, 1973.
138202 (MSN 200-273) airworthy as N887N
138203 (MSN 200-274) on civil registry as N131Z by 1962, then N950N, then N372C by 1983.  To Palm Springs Air Museum in 2012.
138206 (MSN 200-277) on civil registry as N5493G.  Transferred to Minnesota ANG Museum, St Paul, Minnesota May 18, 2007.
138208 (MSN 200-279) converted to T-28D-10 (#418).   To Royal Laotian AF 1972. W/o Jun 24, 1972.
138209 (MSN 200-280) to MASDC as 5T0173 sep 23, 1978.  Later on civil registry as N209WW
138210 (MSN 200-281) bailed to US Army as chase plane for Cheyenne helicopter.  Now on civil
registry as N262A
138213 (MSN 200-284) to MASDC as 5T0183 Dec 28, 1978.  Later
on civil registry as N312AS
138215 (MSN 200-286) on civil registry as N7044L
138216 (MSN 200-287) on civil registry as N285MS, then N285DB
138217 (MSN 200-288) broken up for parts
138218 (MSN 200-289, T-28G) on civil registry as N1283
138219 (c;n 200-290) to Royal Laotian AF ?
138220 (MSN 200-291) on civil registry as N220NA
138223 (MSN 200-294) on civil registry as N5109Y
138224 (MSN 200-295) on civil registry as N628B.  Registration N628B cancelled 
by FAA Mar 20, 2003 as 'written off 4/2/99 at Joshua Tree, CA'.
138225 (MSN 200-296) converted to T-28D-10 (#408) to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-102/14 Jan 1972.
138226 (MSN 200-297) broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
138228 (MSN 200-299) broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
138229 (MSN 200-300) converted to T-28D-10 (#410).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-103/14 Jan 1972.  Crashed into field
at Banphornsawan, Muang District, Nong Khai Province Jun 21, 1977.  One killed.
138231 (MSN 200-302) to MASDC as 5T0189 Feb 11, 1979
138232 (MSN 200-303) converted to T-28D-10 (#419) to Royal Laotian AF Apr 1972.  To Laos People's Liberation Army
Air Force in 1975.   Ex Laos AF (T-28D-10, serial 3416) now airworthy in Australia as VH-DPT.
138234 (MSN 200-305) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF Jul 1963.
138238 (MSN 200-309) to MASDC as 5T0103 Jun 1, 1977.
Later on civil registry as N313WB.  Originally registered Nov 1989
to World Wide Aeronautical Industries as N238WW
138239 (MSN 200-310) on civil registry as N726A
138240 (MSN 200-311) to MASDC as 5T0186 Jan 23, 1979.  Later on civil registry as N128BS.  Originally registered Nov 1989
to World Wide Aeronautical Industries as N240WW
138241 (MSN 200-312) to Cambodia.  To Philippine AF in 1976 as 138241.  To US civil registry as N2067K Sep 12, 1989.
138242 (MSN 200-313) on civil registry as N242J
138243 (MSN 200-314) registered N228JC Mar 25, 2005.
138245 (MSN 200-316) to MASDC as 5T0074 Nov 2, 1976. Later on civil 
registry as N65491
138246 (MSN 200-317) to MASDC as 5T0178 Oct 17, 1978.  Later
to civil registry as N13RW, N47RW reserved Mar 2002.
138247 (MSN 200-318) on civil registry as N54911, then N572JB.  On display at
War Eagles Museum, Santa Teresa, NM.
138248 (MSN 200-319) converted to T-28D-10 (#415).  To Cambodia 
138249 (MSN 200-320) converted to T-28D-10 (#421).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-38249.  W/o Nov 16, 1972 when rolled
into C-123B "374" at Long Tieng.
138256 (MSN 200-327) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o Jan 18, 1963 with 716 Squadron.
138258 (MSN 200-329) converted to T-28D-10 (#420).  To Royal Laotian Af
138259 (MSN 200-330) became N68AW, now airworthy as VH-SHT.   Noted November 2002 at
Hart's Flying Fighter Museum, Archerfield, Queensland, Australia.
138260 (MSN 200-331) to Democratic Republic of Congo AF Apr 28, 1965.
138263 (MSN 200-334) to Honduran AF as 231.  To HR-AKL-P Jun 1985.  To US civil registry as N63NA
138265 (MSN 200-336) to Western Wings Aircraft Sales in 1990 as N7139J.  Now on civil registry as N555PF
138266 (MSN 200-337) to civil registry as N391W, then HB-RCT.  Registration ZU-RCT reserved 2006, taken up Nov 24, 2006
138267 (MSN 200-338) Soc at NAS Quantico following damage May 2, 1965.
138268 (MSN 200-339) converted to T-28D-10 (#401).  To Royal Laotian AF. Believed w/o Nov 1972.
138270 (MSN 200-341) converted to T-28D-10 (#403).  To Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Oc 18, 1972.
138271 on display on USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX
138272 (MSN 200-343) to civil registry.  C-FPTR from 1993 to 1998, then to USA
as N223E.  Now registered as N223E but displays NX223E.  BuNo marked on fuselage as 
as 8272 on tail and 138272 on fuselage.
138274 (MSN 200-345) to Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF in 1976, spares use only.
138275 (MSN 200-346) on civil registry as N28DE
138276 (MSN 200-347) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o Feb 24, 1970.
138278 (MSN 200-349) to NASA as N138NA.  Now airworthy as VH-NAW.
138280 (MSN 200-351) to civil registry a N4781P, then N218SF
138282 (MSN 200-353) under restoration as N29PH
138284 (MSN 200-355) converted to T-28D-10 (#447).  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-115/15.  Preserved at RTAF Academy, Don Muang 
1996-2003.
138285 (MSN 200-356) noted Oct 2005 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC, painted as 37825.
138286 (MSN 200-357) sold to Maryland Historical Society Jun 1985 as N5492X.  Sold to Courtesy Aircraft
Inc as N351NA.
138287 (MSN 200-358) to Cambodia in 1972.  To Thailand Apr 1975.  To Philippine AF in 1976.  
To US civil registry as N28NB.  W/o Oct 19, 2009 Waxachachie, Texas
138288 (MSN 200-359) converted to T-28D-10 (#414).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-104/14 Jan 24, 1972.
138289 (MSN 200-360) on civil registry as N80701, later N828B.  N282B cancelled Aug 7, 2008 on sale to Canadian user.
Registered as C-GDKR Aug 12, 2008
138291 (MSN 200-362) on civil registry as N8574
138292 (MSN 200-363) to civil registry as N28FL.  Registered C-GTLW in Apr 2012.
138294 (MSN 200-365) on civil registry as N5440F
138296 (MSN 200-367) to DT-28B.   To NAF R&D China Lake by May 1959
138299 (MSN 200-370) on civil registry as N54936
138301 (MSN 200-372) to MASDC as 5T0070 Oct 3, 1976, to TA0209.
To Flight Management, Tulsa, OK as N264FM.  Now on civil registry as N228MC
138302 (MSN 200-373) converted to T-28D-10 (#411).  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-105/14 Jan 1972.  Preserved at
Lopburi as 38302 until repainted as 58853/35885 by 1998.
138303 (MSN 200-374) to N9671N
138305 (MSN 200-376) converted to T-28D-10.  To Royal Laotian AF as O-38305
138306 (MSN 200-377) to 5T0091 Nov 21, 1976.  Seen at Rockford, IL Aug 9, 1996 as NX360WW.  Originally
registered Nov 1989 to World Wide Aeronautical Industries as N306WW
138308 (MSN 200-379) on civil registry as N284MS
138309 (MSN 200-380) to Honduras AF as FAH 230.  Now in Fundacion
Museo del Aire de Honduras painted as FAH-214.  The original
FAH-214 was T-28A ex 50-293.
138310 (MSN 200-381) on civil registry as N393W.  At Planes of Fame Museum, Valle Arizona in Jun 2011.
138311 (MSN 200-382) to civil registry as N4781E, then N214SF.  As N214SF undergoing restoration at Air
Heritage Inc, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
138312 (MSN 200-383) broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
138313 (MSN 200-384) on civil registry as N128TD
138314 (MSN 200-385) on civil registry as N392W
138316 (MSN 200-387) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o Feb 1, 1965.
138317 (MSN 200-388) To Cambodia in 1972.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 138317.  To 
US civil registry as N20551, then N29NE, and later N5528B
138320 (MSN 200-391) converted to T-28D-10 (#443).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-138130.  To Laos People's Liberation 
Army Air Force.  To user in Australia.  Was airworthy in Australia as VH-LAO, but crashed Feb 20, 1995 during
takeoff in Tasmania.
138321 (MSN 200-392) to civil regiatry as N52897, then on civil registry as N28AF since 
Aug 15, 1984.  Crashed Oct 28, 2003 40 mi NE of Yreaka,
CA.  2 killed.
138323 (MSN 200-394) broken up for parts at Nelson, NV
138325 (MSN 200-396) to Royal Laotian AF as 38325 Dec 1972.  Declared excess from Jul 1, 1974.  To
Philippine AF as 53-138325.  To US civil registry as N2061Q 
138326 (MSN 200-397) on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
138327 (MSN 200-398) had been bailed to US Army as chase plane for Cheyenne helicopter.  Noted Sep 2003 at
Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California
138329 (MSN 200-400) on civil registry as N5440W
138330 (MSN 200-401) to civil registry as N4781K, then N217SF 
138331 (MSN 200-402) Reported as being with US Navy and going to MASDC Nov 3, 1983.  To civil registry as N5442X, 
then N8331R
138334 (MSN 200-405) in Evergreen collection, McMinnville, OR as N394W.  On display at the Air 
Venture Museum.  Reregistered as N28EV May 25, 2005
138336 (MSN 200-407) bailed to US Army in 1967. 
138338 (MSN 200-409) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.   
138339 (MSN 200-410) on civil registry as N28XT.
138340 (MSN 200-411) to civil registry as N5542L, then N6255
138341 (MSN 200-412) to civil registry as N47801,then N105SF
138343 (MSN 200-414) to Honduran AF as 229.  To HR-AKK-P Jun 1985.  To US civil registry as N343NA
138344 (MSN 200-415) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  Damaged at Nha Tran Jul 12, 1963.
138346 (MSN 200-417) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF May 1964.  W/o at Vientaine Jan 24, 1965.
138351 (MSN 200-422) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF as O-38351 Aug 1971. Modified to
be weapons-capable.  Declared excess from Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF .  
To US civil registry as N20580 Sep 12, 1989, then C-FPAB Oct 31, 1995.  To N228TS Feb 20 2003.
138352 (MSN 200-423) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF as O-38352 May 1964, probably Raven
from 1969-1970.  Back to RLaoAF Feb 1973.  Modified to be weapons capable.  Declared excess from
Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF as 53-138352 in 1974.  To US civil registry as N20523 Sep 12, 1989.  To
C-GSLA May 30, 1986.
138353 (MSN 200-424) on pylon at high school in Milton, FL
138354 (MSN 200-425) to MASDC as 5T0098 Feb 21, 1977.  Later
on civil registry as N1328B
138355 (MSN 200-426) to DT-28B.  SOC due to damage Jun 22, 1970.
138356 (MSN 200-427) to MASDC as 5T0213.  Seen at Rockford, IL Aug 9, 1996 as N28ZZ.  Seen in 2005 with
civil registration of N91AW.
138357 (MSN 200-428) To MASDC May 29, 1978.  Later on civil registry as N114DH.  Crashed Glenwood, MN 
Dec 10, 2002. Pilot killed.  Registration N114DH cancelled by FAA Apr 26, 2005.
138359 (MSN 200-430) converted to T-28D-10 (#436).  To Royal Laotian AF
138360 (MSN 200-431) to civil registry as N73MG
138361 (MSN 200-432) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o sometime in 1962.
138364 (MSN 200-435) to civil registry as N4698P.  Registration cancelled Jan 24, 2008 on sale to owner in Canada.  
Registered Feb 19, 2008 to B. Evans of Springbank, AB as C-GKKD.
138365 (MSN 200-436) to MASDC as 5T0167 Jun 11, 2002.
Later on civil registry as N365FL.  Now airworthy and flying out of Slaton, Texas.
138366 (MSN 200-437) to Royal Laotian AF.  W/o Aug 1, 1965 but presumably repaired.  To Cambodia. Escaped to
Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 138366 in 1976.  To US civil registry as N2053C
138367 (MSN 200-438) w/o with US Navy Oct 24, 1960.
138368/138371 not built.
148150 ... 148239
North American T2J-1 Buckeye
MSN 266-1/90.  Redesignated T-2A in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
148163 (MSN 266-14) to MASDC as 2T0023
148168 (MSN 266-19) to MASDC.
148239 on loan from USMC Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA to Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
18192 ... 18598
Curtiss SB2C-1C Helldiver
18201 (VB-13) spun in while landing on USS Franklin 2/30/1944.
18206 (VB-13) ditched after takeoff from USS Franklin 3/25/1944.
18207 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18235	USS Hornet. Crashed Jan 22, 1944 with engine problems and ditched off Bermuda
18237 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18248 crashed at NOTS Inyokern Aug 21, 1944.  Lt Armitage was the pilot and the airfield
at NOTS China Lake was renamed in his honor.
18255	(VB-15 on USS Hornet)  crashed Jan 23, 1944 when broke up in steep dive off Bermuda
18294 assigned to Carrier Aircraft Service Unit [CASU], NAS Norfolk, VA .
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Apr 17, 1944 to Jun 21, 1945.
Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA.
18321 (VB-11) crashed and burned near NAS Hilo 5/23/1944.
18343 (VB-3) ditched 25 mi S of NAS Kahalui 5/15/1944
18387 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18400 (VB-4) ditched off north coast of Maui, Hawaii Sep 1, 1944.  Recently identified, now a dive site.
18435 (VB-2) in midair with 18444 New Guinea 4/21/1944
18441 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18444 (VB-2) in midair with 18435 New Guinea 4/21/1944
18461 (VB-2) jettisoned after landing accident USS Hornet 6/2/1944.
18469 (VB-2) crashed Gila Bend, Az 2/16/1944 when wing folded in flight.
18483 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18488 (VB-13) stalled on takeoff from USS Franklin 
4/1/1944.
18490 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18511 (VB-80) stalled in turn off Currituck Beach 
Lighthouse 4/9/1944.
18512 (VB-2) list in bomb run New Guinea 4/21/1944. 
2 crew MIA.
18527 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18580 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
18597 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
158202 ... 158203
Martin RM-1 
Two commercial Martin 4-0-4 airliners acquired by US Coast Guard as RM-1G ser no 1282 and 1283.  
Redesignated VC-3A in 1962 and transferred to US Navy.
158202 (MSN 14290) to MASDC as 8C0001 Jan 1, 1971.  To civil registry as N13415.  Crashed off Punta Fija, Venezuela Nov 10, 1978
158203 (MSN 14291) to civil registry as N13416 with School of the Ozarks.  WFU
at Point Lookout, Missouri Oct 1974.
28059 ... 29213
Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless
MSN 3406/4560 
28060 (MSN 3407) spun in after pullout from bomb run near
NAS Corpus Christi, TX 11/27/1944.  Both
Crew killed.
28076 (MSN 3423) force landed after takeoff from NAS Deland,
FL 11/22/1944.  Pilot OK.
28116 (MSN 3463, CAU-32) crashed in Pacific 3/5/1945.
28118 (MSN 3465) lost 40 mi E of Ft Lauderdale, FL 3/6/1945.  2 crew missing.  I have this one also have
been involved in a wheels up landing 5/8/1945 Ft Lauderdale, FL.
28119 (MSN 3466) VJ-13) crashed into house on takeoff from Moon Island, WA 8/14/1944.  2 crew injured.
28136 (MSN 3483, VN19D8) NAAS Chase Fld, Tx; 07.11/45: 
Solo; Stalled on wave-off, landing; Pilot OK
28162 (MSN 3509, VS-59) ditched 5/15/1945.  Crew OK.
28166 on display at Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum.
28237 force-landed during bomb training NAS Jacksonville, FL. 10/15/1944.  Crew injured.
28238 (VN19D8) 09/18/45; Mid-air with 36136 during sqd tactics; pilot killed
28268 (VJ-10) spun in while pulling target for AA and crashed near NAS Whidbey Island, WA 12/22/1944.
2 crew killed.
28271 (VMF-452) wave-off MCAS EL Toro, CA and spun-in on landing 12/06/1944.  Pilot killed.
28278 force landed in rough terrain FL 5/7/1945. SOC.  Crew OK.
28299 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
28355 collision with obstacle 5/20/1945 Kalalui Pool, Maui, HI.  SOC.
28361 suffered fuel exhaustion during bomb practice near NAAS Cecil Field, FL. 9/20/1944.  Crew bailed out.
28373 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Sep 21, 1944 to Oct 1945.
Registered as NACA 101
28378 (VMF-311 force-landed on Roi Island during non-combat mission 8/18/1944.  Pilot OK.
28379 had mid-air during bomb practice 11/17/1944.  Pilot parachuted to safety.
28410 gear collapsed on landing Banning, CA 5/2/1945.  C.
28426 (VTB,OTU#1) ditched off Ft Lauderdale, FL  6/28/1945.  Crew OK.
28435 (MSN 3782) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5066; brought on charge Apr 16, 1944. Returned to US Marine 
Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
28452 (MSN 3799) lost Apr 4, 1944 near Tanga Islands on flight from Henderson Field, Guadalcanal to Piva, Bougainville.
Had been taken from USMC stock as a replacement aircraft and was on delivery flight to 25 Squadron of
RNZAF at Piva when the pilot (the only crew member) got lost and bailed out over Japanese-held territory.
Pilot POW but died in prison camp May 1944.  Aircraft never received a NZ serial number, but had a temporary
ID of "176"
28486 spun in on landing at NAS Miami, FL 3/5/1945.  Pilot killed.
28459 (VMO-155) crashed on non-combat mission  12/10/1944.
29498 to civil registry as HC-AAH
28503 crashed during bomb practice near NAS Deland, FL 10/26/1944.  Crew killed.
28516 (MSN 3863) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5060; brought on charge Apr 1, 1944. 25 Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps at 
Russell May 20, 1944.
28526 (MSN 3873) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5061; brought on charge Apr 1, 1944. 25 Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps 
at Russell May 20, 1944.
28535 (MSN 3882) crashed at Piva, Bougainville Jun 3, 1944 with VMSB-236.
Pilot was killed, fate of rest of crew unknown.  By late 1960s was used by MGM Studios, Culver 
City, CA as wind machine.  Moved to The Air Museum, Ontario, CA.  Registered 1987 as N670AM.
28536 (MSN 3883) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5062; brought on charge Apr 1, 1944. Named ‘Francois’ with 25 
Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.  Was NX670AM by mid 1996.  Noted airworthy as 
NX670AM at Planes of Fame, Chino, California Jan 13, 2002.  
28537 (VC-24) suffered engine failure and ditched 3 mi off Kokohead, Oahu, Hawaii Oct 5, 1943.
28538 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 17, 1945
28539 (VMSB-931) crashed on takeoff Galveston, TX and sand 9/20/1944.  Both crew killed.
28549 crashed on takeoff NAS Jacksonville 11/19/1944.  Crew killed.
28554 in mid-air with 29179 during gunnery training near NAS Deland, FL 7/24/1944.  Pilot bailed
out, other crewman killed.
28557 A&R (assembly & repair); NAS Corpus Christi, TX; 07/24/45
28579 crashed South West Pacific 2/14/1945.
28637 (VMSB-944) had engine failure off Camp Lejeune, NJ 10/10/1944.  Crew bailed out.
28654 (VS-34) in midair fire near Arapahoo, NC 9/11/1944.  Pilot killed.
28655 hit water on pullout from bomb run near NAS Deland, FL.  Crew killed.  Date??
28659 wheels-up landing at Naval Proving Grounds, Dahlgren, Va 10/05/1944.  Pilot OK.
28675 (VS-69) ditched at sea off Oahu, HI 7/11/1944.  Crew OK
28684 suffered fuel exhaustion during familiarization flight near NAS Deland, FL 11/18/1944 and force-
landed.  Pilot OK.
28691 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
28720 (VN19DA) ground looped on landing at NAAS Chase Field, TX 7/6/1945.  Crew OK.
28752 crashed on night navigation flight from NAS Jacksonville, FL 7/18/1944.  2 crew killed.
28753 no pullout from dive bomb run near Black Creek Target 9/05/1944.  Both crew killed.
28754 spun in 4 mi SSE of Catheart, VA 1/10/1945. 2 crew killed.
28774 (MAG-92) ran out of fuel near Batesville, Ark. and pilot bailed out 12/23/1944.
28796 spun in while landing at NAAS Cecil Field, FL 12/10/1944.  Pilot killed.
28804 in hard landing on USS Sable, Lake Michigan 12/15/1944.  Pilot OK
28812 (VMF-224) ditched 1/15/1945.  2 crew OK.
28830	converted to XSBD-6.  To NATC Patuxent River, Maryland Jun 1944.
28850 crashed near Watsonville, CA Jan 14, 1944, killing the two crew members.  A work crew unearthed the wreckage
Jul 11, 2007.  
28890 (VS-53) in wheels-up landing NAS Barbers Pt,Hawaii 4/29/1945.  SOC.  Crew OK.
28893 in mid-air during glide bombing training off NAS Miami, FL 8/01/1944.  2 crew bailed out.
28898 (VS-28) ditched at sea due to bad weather near Amchitka, AK 9/28/1944..  2 crew killed.
28908 stalled landing NAAS Cuddihy Field, TX 10/16/1944.  Pilot suffered minor injuries.
28917 (MAG-37) in wheels-up landing 12/16/1944.  Pilot OK
28943 pilot bailed out due to bad weather near St. Augustine, FL 8/19/1944.  
28945 crash-landed at NAS Deland, FL 8/26/1944 after engine fire on takeoff.  Pilot killed.
28950 crashed in bad weather near Beecher City, IL on ferry flight 5/25/1945.  Both crew killed.
28954 ditched after takeoff Guadalcanal CVE-60 1/24/1944.  Pilot OK.
28972 in hard landing on Guadalcanal CVE-60 and hit
barrier 1/18/1945.  Pilot OK.
28981 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
28990 in hard landing on USS Sable 9/29/1944.  Pilot OK
29002 in mid-air during gunnery near NAS Miami, FL
8/28/1944.  2 crew killed.
29008 stalled after takeoff from NAS Deland 7/18/1944.
Two crew OK
29018 crashed in Wagner Canyon, CA Sep 15, 1943
29021 (VMSB-236) crashed due to pilot error during
combat mission 7/26/1944, Munda
29029 crashed and burned in Aliso Canyon, CA 1944, killing pilot.
29035 (MSN 4382) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
Repaired.
29036 (VS-35) spun in on training flight 8/3/1944.
2 crew killed.
29044 (MSN 4391) damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.
Repaired.
29046 (VN8D8) force landed near NAAS Saulfey Field 
5/9/1945. SOC
29059 stalled during slow takeoff and crashed NAS Deland,
FL 9/04/1944.  Pilot killed.
29073 (VS-51) ditched Sandan Defense Area 9/17/1944.
Pilot suffered minor injuries.
29081 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
29082 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
29088 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 17, 1945
29096 (VMSB-241) undershot landing 9/26/1944.  Crew OK
29101 (VN9D8) force landed near Corpus Christi, TX on
ferry flight 6/7/1945.  Crew OK.
29124 crashed into Turnbull Bay near New Smyrna Field,
FL 8/16/1944.  Pilot killed.
29179 in mid-air with 28554 during gunnery training
near NAS Deland, FL 7/24/1944.  Both crew killed.
29198 in high-speed stall after pull out during test
flight near NAAS Cecil Field, FL 9/25/1944.
Both crew killed.
29201 in midair with 36215 near NAS Deland, FL. 12/18/1944.
Pilot killed
29206 stalled on landing and crashed NAAS Branan Field,
FL 11/20/1944.  Pilot suffered minor injuries.
37988 ... 38437
Boeing/Stearman N2S-3  
MSN 75-7609/75-8058.  Stearman Aircraft Model B75N1
37993 (MSN 75-7614) became YU-BAD.  Noted 1989 at Yugoslavian National Aviation Museum, Belgrade
37999 (MSN 75-7620) to US civil registry as N5409N.  Cancelled on export to Philippines Jun 23, 1976.
To Philippine civil registry as RP-R137
38010 (MSN 75-7631) flying at Itu as LV-FGD
38062 (MSN 75-7683) became N6628C.  Sold in 2006 to owner in Brazil	 
38128 to Coast Guard 11/1/1946.  SOC 1/19/1947
38167 to Coast Guard 10/19/1946.  SOC 1/26/1947.
38192 (MSN 75-7813) on US civil registry as N56200
38199 (MSN 75-7820) became N69614.  Sold to owner in Austria Feb 2008
38241 (MSN 75-7862) on US civil registry as N6241D.
38254 (MSN 75-7875) became N74677.  To Registered Aug 18, 2004 to Air Marcel
Inc of St Hubert, QC as CF-DGS.
38278 (MSN 75-7899) to civil registry as N224DF.  AT XTri State Warbird Museum, Batavia/Clermont CAP, OH Jan 2008
38289 to Coast Guard 10/19/1946.  SOC 1/26/1947.
38302 (MSN 75-7923) to civil registry as N5106N.  Has 7923 painted on tail.
38369 with Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota
38404 (MSN 75-8025A) was N65041, now ZK-USA
48164 ... 48223
Martin PBM-3D Mariner
48173 hit by bowser boat while being refueled and sank off 
Tanapag Harbor, Saipan 6/19/1944.
48182 (VP-202) sank after night landing accident Kwajalein
Atoll 2/16/1944.  5 killed.
48184 (VP-202) non-operational loss Kwajalein Atoll
2/25/1944.
48185/48192 were to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX134/JX141 but
there is no trace of receipt by RAF.
48199 (VP-16) forced landing at Howland Island lagoon, burned 
6-10-1944.  Crew rescued.
48202 (VP-16) forced landing at sea and sank during night
ferry flight.  Crew rescued.
48208 (VP-16) emergency landing and sank near Saipan 
6/27/1944.
48214 to US Coast Guard as 48214.
48215 (VP-202) lost Aug 9,1944 at NATS Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides when it
ran aground during a buoy approach and sank in 25 feet of water.
48220 (VP-17) engine failure near Ryan Field, AZ
5/3/1944.  Crew bailed out
48222 (VP-16) crashed east of Columbus, NM 4/11/1944.  12 killed.
58000 ... 58999
Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat
Model G-50
58085 (VF-8, USS Bunker Hill) damaged by explosion from its own bombs and crashed
into water Oct 12, 1944.  Pilot killed.
58129 (VF-86, USS Prince William) in bad carrier landing, went over side Nov 14, 1944.
Pilot rescued.
58143 (VF-80) crashed NE of Marshall Islands during mock rocket attack on towed spar
Oct 14, 1944.  Pilot killed.
58187 (VF-80) failed to return from missin to Formosa Jan 9, 1945
58201 with VF-18/CVG-18 on USS Intrepid Nov 1944
58220/58232 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JV222/JV234
58225 (JV227) shot down in flames while attacking shore
battery Oct 27 1944.  Pilot bailed and was rescued
by Walrus amphibian.
58243 (VF-90) disintegrated in midair during rocket firing practice south of Guam
Oct 28, 1944.  Pilot killed.
58254 (ConFlightRon 18, USS Intrepid) lost at sea along with 41621 from USS Independence
while returning from mission near Luzon, Philippines Oct 19, 1944.  Encountered a severe
storm and were waved off and instructed to circle.  58254 radioed that 41621 was
with him and that they were making a water landing.  Both aircraft and pilots never
seen again.
58262 (VF-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
58316 (VF-80) DBR on landing Jan 9, 1945.  Jettisoned overboard
58323 (VF-80) with VF-80/CVG80 on USS Ticonderoga Nov 1944.  lost Luzon Jan 7, 1945.
58330 (VF-80) lost Manila Nov 5, 1945
58332 (VF-800 lost at sea Nov 25, 1944 aboard USS Ticonderoga while preparing for takeoff
when right wheel dropped onto the catwalk and as the ship made a turn, the plane rolled
over the side.  Pilot and crew were lost.
58343 to NOTS, China Lake.  Damaged Oct 17, 1946 when engine failed during takeoff.
58409 with VF-18/CVG18 on USS Intrepid Nov 1944.
58471 (VF-20) lost in raid on Yap Island Sep 6, 1944.
58506 (CV-17, USS Bunker Hill) damaged beyond repair during carrier landing Oct 12, 1944
and jettisoned offside.  Pilot survived, but another pilot on deck was killed.
58517 (VF-45) lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
58540 (VF-20) shot down by AA during fighter sweep over Clark Air Field area,
Luzon Dec 14, 1944.  Pilot killed.
58590 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
58605 (F6F-5N) in takeoff accident Sept 8, 1945 NAS Vero Beach, FL.
58627 (VF-80) surveyed Manila Nov 13, 1944.
58633 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
58644 by mid-1996 was with Planes of Fame (East), Minneapolis as NX4964W.
58647 (VMF-214) spun out during pullout during rocket practice MCAS El Centro, CA.
9/12/1945.  Pilot killed
58673 (VF-80) lost Nov 25, 1944 at sea on launch.
58674 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
58675 (VF-20) crashed on Yap Island Sep 6, 1944 during attack on Japanese radio station.
58715 (VF-20) lost in attack on Yap Island Sep 6, 1944.
58733/58795 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JV235/JV297
58750 (JV252) bounced while landing on HMS Ruler Dec 27, 1944
and struck another (unidentified) Hellcat. Both caught
fire and fell over side into sea.  Pilot rescued.
58752 (JV254) drifted to port and crashed into runway while
landing at RNAS Ballyherbert, Northern Ireland Dec 17, 1944.
Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
58756 (JV258) made heavy landing on specified carrier May 15, 1945,
hook broke off, aircraft went throughgh barrier and struck
unidentified Hellcat, both aircraft went over side into
sea.  Pilot rescued.
58761 (JV263) failed to return from attack on shipping off
Leros Oct 3, 1944.  Pilot MIA
58762 (JV264) ditched in bad weather Sep 11, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
58765 (JV267) took off from HMS Ruler May 10, 1945 with flaps
retraced and prop in coarse pitch, stalled, and fell into
sea.  Pilot rescued.
58782 (JV284) shot down by flak while attacking Hirara
and Ishigaki airfields, Sakishima Gunto May 12, 1945.
Pilot KIA.
58783 (JV285) stalled on takeoff from HMS Ruler May 15, 1945
and fell into sea.
58794 (JV296) caught in slipstream of preceding aircraft and
crashed onto runway at Katukurunda Feb 15, 1945. 
Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
58797 bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya. Refurbished by Cobell Industries and delivered 1952. 
Ferried to Fort Worth, TX, departing Mar 28, 1952 from the Uruguyuan Naval Base at Capitan Corbeta CA Curbelo 
International Airport, Punta del Este, Uruguay.  arriving Apr 22, 1952.
58883 with VF-18/CVG18 on USS Intrepid Nov 1944
58818 to NOTS, China Lake.  Crashed Aug 29, 1944 when a rocket ricocheted and took off one wing.  Pilot killed.
58820 (F6F-5N, VF(N)-OTU1) failed to return frm night exercise from
Vera Beach, FL Mar 14, 1945.  Royal Navy pilot missing.
58846 (MSN A-5250) to Royal Navy as JV348.  Reported at Civil Defense Headquarters, 
Portsmouth, England in 1962.  Believed broken up and burned 1963.
58873 (VF-80) lost Manila Nov 5, 1944.
58877 bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya. Refurbished by Cobell Industries and delivered 1952. 
Ferried to Fort Worth, TX, departing Mar 28, 1952 from the Uruguyuan Naval Base at Capitan Corbeta CA Curbelo 
International Airport, Punta del Este, Uruguay arriving Apr 22, 1952
58887 (VF-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
58934 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
58966 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
58996/58999 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JV298/JV301
58996 (JV298) while parked on HMS Khedive Apr 10, 1945, struck
by Hellcat JV144 (BuNo 40775) and knocked overboard into sea.
68062 ... 69538
General Motors TBM-3 Avenger
MSN 801/2277.  Built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
68270 reconditioned and to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL510.
68328/68335 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ651/JZ658
68351	(MSN 1090) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-503
68368 exploded on flight deck immediately after coming to halt on landing aboard USS Suwannee CVE-27 May 24, 1945 due
to explosion of 100 pound bomb in the bomb bay.  Pilot killed, ARM1c critically injured and died from injuries
during transfer.  11 injured.
68403 (MSN 1142) with VAF 1 of NAS North Island, CA w/o Nov 22, 1944
in midair collision with P-47D 42-23146 10 mi WSW of Albany, TX
68472 (VMTB-232) MIA on combat mission Apr 29, 1945 during Okinawa campaign.  
68632/69639 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ659/JZ666
68666 (VMTB-232) crashlanded at Yontan Apr 27, 1945 during Okinawa campaign.
68850	(MSN 1589) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-556
69023 shot down Jun 3, 1945.
69026 shot down Jun 12, 1945.
69063  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft missing after test.
69080  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946
69091 Made water landing off starboard bow of USS Nehenta Bay Sep 7, 1945 due to engine failure.  Pilot and gunner survived, radioman was killed.
69094  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged,
retained for Test Baker.
Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946.
69095  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged,
retained for test Baker.
Destroyed aboard USS Saratoga during Baker nuclear test Jul 25, 1946
69099  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Sustained
light damage, retained for Test Baker.
Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946.
69116  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft completely demolished, jtttisoned overboard.
69124  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft missing after test.
69140/69153 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ667/JZ680
69140 (JZ667) returned to USN at Brunswick Dec 12945 (apparently as BuNo 69481
which was JZ683
69144 (JZ671) SOC Jul 15, 1949.  Remains noted on dump at RNAS Gosport, England
Aug 1950.
69169 used as test aircraft during Operation Crossroads series of nuclear tests.  Put on hangar deck of
USS Saratoga during ABLE test shot Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.  Put on deck of USS Independence during Test Baker
Jul 25, 1946.  Damaged considerably and made dangerously radioactive.  Disposed of at sea Jan 31, 1950.
69188 placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.
69197 placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.
69213	(MSN 1952) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-506
69227	(MSN 1966) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-558
69239  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft missing after test.
69275  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
Aircraft completely demolished, jettisoned overboard.
69291 to French Navy
69293 became N9679C
69294 became N7026C
69303 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1952 as 334. Forcelanded on beach at Chezzetcook and tide came in Apr 20, 1955
69306	(MSN 2045) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-508
69312 crashed into Lake Michigan after takeoff from NAS Glenview, IL Jul 4, 1950.  3 killed.
69314 to French Navy
69323 to civil registry as N7961C.  Later to Forest Protection  Ltd as C-GLEJ.  Now warbird N124TB.
69325 to US civil registry as N104Z, then N1044, then to Hicks and Lawrence 
as C-FXOM.  In 2007 to N325GT with Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia, WA
69327 to Royal Canadian Navy as 326 Sep 1950.  Later to Conair Ltd as C-FKCG.  W/o at Sussex 5/29/1975.
Rebuilt to static display and is now on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK
painted in USN colors as Lt. George H. W. Bush's aircraft 46214.
69329 to N73642, reported Mar 2005 airworthy with Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX as N700RW
69334 to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1950.  SOC Nov 29, 1956
69340 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB314.  Ditched in shallow
water near Yarmouth  Dec 8, 1955 following engine fire.  
Two crew on board, one injured.  Aircraft SOC Dec 23, 1955.
69346 to French Navy
69347 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1952 as 380.  To Canadian
civil registry as CF-IMT with Wheeler-Northland.  
Destroyed in in St. Jovite, Quebec May 2, 1963.  Pilot survived.
69354 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 367/347.  To Canadian
civil registry as CF-IMU with Skyways.  Scavenged for parts.  Scrapped 1960
69355 became N7850C; as such was operated in the late 1960s by 
Marom Ltd at Herzlia, Israel as a cropsprayer. By 1990 was with Israeli AF
Museum, Hazerim, Israel.
69361 (MSN 2100) to civil registry as N9596C, then to Norfolk as C-GOEG.  Noted recently in
Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
69367 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB327.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957
69374 became N9650C.  To restoration hangar at NAS North Island, CA for eventual display
at USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA
69375 converted to TBM-3R and used by VR-22.  Became N3965A.  Converted to COD aircraft and now on 
display on USS Hornet in Alameda, CA.
69392 to Netherlands Navy as 1-30 then 038.  Converted to target tug.  WFU in 1960
69399 to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 360.  Crashed into
woods Mar 26, 1955.  Pilot survived.  Pilot escaped with relatively little damage, but was not repaired.
69405 (TBM-3S2) to Japanese Navy as 2342
69422 to French Navy
69423 to French Navy
69425 to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 354.  W/o Mar 18, 1957 
when crashed near Shearwater in heavy icing.  Pilot killed.
69430 to French Navy
69438 to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1952.  SOC Jan 1956
69442 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB309.  To French Navy Mar 19, 1958.
SOC Dec 13, 1963.
69447 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB310.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957
69452 to Royal Navy Oct 10, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB388, shipped from USA 9/29/1953. Sold for scrap 2/27/1961.
69458 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1952.  SOC Jan 1956
69459 to civil registry as sprayer N8397H.  Was at War Eagles Museum,
Santa Teresa Airport, NM Mar 2005
69468 to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952.  SOC Jan 1956
69472 (TBM-3E) became N9593C.  Reported 1983 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
69479/69492 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ681/JZ694
69480(JZ682) flew onto HMS Inplacable May 1946.  Stripped for spares and 
dumped overboard.
69481	(MSN 2220) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-554
69486	(MSN 2225) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-505
69495 to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 353.  SOC Dec 1956
69502 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB446, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. 
Later converted to ECM.6, still later to ECM.6B. Transferred to
Fleet Air Arm Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, England Apr 9, 1968
and formally SOC from Royal Navy Jul 28, 1969
69505 to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 323.  
69506 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB328.  Later converted
to ECM.6 and later still to ECM.6B.  SOC Jul 22, 1963 and scrapped.
69523 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB329.  To French government
69531 to US Foresty Service as N179Z.  To Seeley as N17930.  to Norfolk as C-GOBK.  Crashed at Minto, New
Brunswick May 30, 1978.  Pilot killed.
69533 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB330.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
69534 to Royal Canadian Navy May 1952 as 376.
87788 ... 88453
Goodyear FG-1D Corsair
Vought-Sikorsky Model V-166B F4U-1D Corsair licence built by Goodyear Aircraft Corporation
87794 crashed at sea Jul 15, 1945.
87801 (VBF-85) lost Jul 15, 1945, Hokkaido
87845 (VBF-85) lost Jun 12, 1945, Leyte Gulf
87853 owned by Malcolm Miller of Carpinteria, CA registered
as N9152Z.
87873 (c/n 2687) to New Zealand as NZ5603.
87879 (c/n 2693) to New Zealand as NZ5623.
87884 ditched enrote to USS Shangri-La Jul 30, 1945.  Pilot killed.
87913 shot down Jun 8, 1945.
87949/87998 to Royal Navy as KD868/KD917
88005 (c/n 2819) to New Zealand as NZ5643.
88026 with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
88031 (c/n 2845) to New Zealand as NZ5628.
88032 (c/n 2846) to New Zealand as NZ5644.
88036 (c/n 2850) to New Zealand as NZ5621.
88047 (c/n 2861) to New Zealand as NZ5627.
88065 (c/n 2879) to New Zealand as NZ5630.
88084 (c/n 2898) to New Zealand as NZ5605.
88086 in 1990 was reported stored at Weeks Air Museum, Miami FL
as N63382
88090 (c/n 2904) to New Zealand as NZ5612.  In 1990 was reported stored at
Museum of Transport and Technology, Auckland, NZ.
88100 (c/n 2914) to New Zealand as NZ5626.
88104 (c/n 2918) to New Zealand as NZ5611.
88134/88158 to Royal Navy as KD918/KD942
88179 (c/n 2993) to New Zealand as NZ5608.
88184 (c/n 2998) to New Zealand as NZ5604.
88197 (c/n 3011) to New Zealand as NZ5619.
88200 (c/n 3014) to New Zealand as NZ5624.
88204 (c/n 3018) to New Zealand as NZ5625.
88205 (c/n 3019) to New Zealand as NZ5618.
88208 (c/n 3022) to New Zealand as NZ5610.
88209 (c/n 3023) to New Zealand as NZ5613.
88213 (c/n 3027) to New Zealand as NZ5609.
88215 (c/n 3029) to New Zealand as NZ5615.
88223 (c/n 3037) to New Zealand as NZ5642.
88226 (c/n 3040) to New Zealand as NZ5637.
88228 (c/n 3042) to New Zealand as NZ5622.
88233 (c/n 3047) to New Zealand as NZ5616.
88234 (c/n 3048) to New Zealand as NZ5641.
88236 (c/n 3050) to New Zealand as NZ5607.
88237 (c/n 3051) to New Zealand as NZ5645.
88246 (c/n 3060) to New Zealand as NZ5617.
88248 (c/n 3062) to New Zealand as NZ5640.
88255 (c/n 3069) to New Zealand as NZ5614.
88256 engine fire out of NAS Grosse Isle, MI Jul 1, 1950,
pilot bailed out OK.
88261 (c/n 3075) to New Zealand as NZ5620.
88269/88293 to Royal Navy as KD943/KD967
88297 (c/n 3111) to civil registry as N9154Z, then N8297.  Now with Fighter Collection
at Duxford, UK as G-FGID, painted in Royal Navy colors with fake serial KD345.
88303 with Flying Heritage, INC of Seatle, WA, registered as N700G.
88310 (c/n 3124) to New Zealand as NZ5632.
88311 (c/n 3125) to New Zealand as NZ5635.
88313 (c/n 3127) to New Zealand as NZ5633.
88328 (c/n 3142) to New Zealand as NZ5629.
88330 (c/n 3144) to New Zealand as NZ5631.
88334 (c/n 3148) to New Zealand as NZ5639.
88335 (c/n 3149) to New Zealand as NZ5634.
88345 (c/n 3159) to New Zealand as NZ5636.
88356 (c/n 3170) to New Zealand as NZ5638.
88368 in 1990 was on display at Patriot's Point, SC
88382 in mid-air collision Jul 29, 1950.  Ditched in Lake Washington.  Pilot OK.
Recovered Jun 14, 1984 and restored.  This plane in now on display at the Boeing Museum of Flight at 
Seattle, WA.
88391 (c/n 3205) to New Zealand as NZ5648.  Made airworthy as NX55JP.  Now with Old Flying
Machine Company at Duxford, UK as G-BXUL painted in US Navy colors with false BuNo 92844.
Registered Feb 23, 2006 to Air Tight Trust of Ardmore, New Zealand as ZK-COR
88404/88428 to Royal Navy as KD968/KD992
88439 in 1990 was airworthy with Warbirds of Great Britain, Biggin Hill,
England as N5JP
88440 (VF-85) tail broke off during landing on USS Shangri La Jul 21, 1945.
88442 (c/n 3256) to New Zealand as NZ5650.

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