USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: A-26
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
41-19504 ... 41-19504
Douglas XA-26 Invader 
MSN 1004.  Glazed nose.  First flight Jul 20, 1942
41-19505 ... 41-19505
Douglas XA-26A Invader 
MSN 1005.  Night fighter prototype.
41-19588 ... 41-19588
Douglas XA-26B-DE Invader
MSN 1006.  Solid nose
41-39100 ... 41-39104
Douglas A-26B-1-DL Invader
MSN 6813/6817
39100 (MSN 6813) in accident in Ohio Sep 24, 1943
39101 (MSN 6814) w/o Sep 16, 1946 in crash 6y mi saw of Twin Falls, Idaho
39102 (MSN 6815) (554th AAF Base Unit (ATC)) w/o Sep 16, 1946
when crashed 6 mi SW of Twin Falls, ID.  Pilot killed.
41-39105 ... 41-39119
Douglas A-26B-5-DL Invader
MSN 6818/6832
39105 (MSN 6818) in mechanical failure accident at Edgewood Arsenal
(Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD) Jun 4, 1946
39106 (c.n 6819) in landing accident at Morristonwn Field, FL
39107 (MSN 6820) in accident Mar 21, 1944 at Richmond AAF, VA.  In accident
in Arizona Dec 13, 1944.
39109 (MSN 6822) in landing accident at Wright Field, Dayton, OH Sep 14, 1944.
39110 (MSN 6823) in accident Apr 6, 1944 at Seymour Johnson AAF.  In accident
in LA Feb 13, 1945
39112 (MSN 6825) in accident in Florida Mar 2, 1944.  Accident in PA Feb 16, 1945
39114 (MSN 6827) in accident in CA Jul 1, 1945.
39119 (MSN 6832, 455th Service Squadron, 8th Service Group) crashlanded at Nadzab airfield Morobe, Papua 
New Guinea Mar 4, 1945.  All 3 crew surivived.  Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
41-39120 ... 41-39139
Douglas A-26B-10-DL Invader
MSN 6833/6852
39120 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Mar 13, 1944 to Jun 16, 1944.
Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio
39125 w/o Feb 8, 1945 in takeoff accident at Florence AAF, SC
39129 w/o Oct 31, 1944 in takeoff accident at Marianna AAF, FL
39130 w/o Aug 3, 1945 in crash 5 mi SW of Bennettsville, SC
41-39140 ... 41-39151
Douglas A-26B-15-DL Invader
MSN 6853/6864
39144 (MSN 6857) in landing accident at Reims/hampagn Airfield A-62 Betheny, France Dec 1, 1944.  All 3 crew
survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
39145 (MSN 6858, 668th BS, 416th BG) lin landing accident at Melun Villaroche airfield A-55 Seine-et-Marne,
France Oct 19, 1944.  All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39146 (MSN 6859, 573rd BS, 391st BG) in landing accident at Roye/Amy airfield A-73 Picardy, France.  All 3
crew survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
41-39152 ... 41-39152
Douglas A-26C-1-DL Invader
MSN 6865
41-39153 ... 41-39192
Douglas A-26B-15-DL Invader
MSN 6866/6905
39154 (MSN 6867) sold on commercial market as N73Y. To France in May 1954 as Z008.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.  WFU Jan 1964.
39157 (MSN 6870) attached to 50 FrS/4FrG at Memphis, w/o when crashed during forced landing
after engine failure Jun 19, 1944 2 mi E of El Paso MAP, TX.
39158 transferred from 9th AF to RAF for trials at A&AEE at Boscombe Down  July to Aug 1944.  w/o Sept 4, 1944
39161 converted to On Mark Marketeer N1470V.  Later to N317V, N317W, N26RP.
39162 (B-26C) sold on commercial market as N72Y.
To CEAM in France in May 1954 as Z007. Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Preserved at Blois Le Breuil, then to Musee de l'Air Sept 1978.  Destroyed 
by fire at Dugny May 17, 1990.  Often quoted in error for 
Nicaragua 601 later N99425 (original identity unknown)
39163 converted to On Mark Marketeer N2022A.  Later to N2DM, N2DD, N61B, N161Q.
Crashed Mar 12, 1966
39167 noted in French AF markings at Paris/Le Bourget 7/23/1962
39183 (409th BG) nosegear collapsed Oct 18, 1944.
39184 w/o Aug 1, 1944 in landing at Atlanta AAB, GA
39185 (553rd BS, 386th BG) in taxi accident at RAF Great Dunmow Airfield, Essex, England Sep 12, 1944.
All 3 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39186 to civil registry as N5245V
39187 as "Ricky Tick" served with 353rd BS, 386th BG at Ophoven, Belgium (Strip Y-32) Mar 1945.
39188 (668th BS, 416th BG) in taxi accident at Melun Villaroch airfiedl A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France Nov 25, 1944.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39189 (392st BG, 575th BS) crashlanded at Juvincourt, France Apr 5, 1945.
39190 on civil registry as N9404Z
41-39193 ... 41-39193
Douglas A-26C-2-DL Invader
MSN 6906.  With 533rd BS, 386th BG, in landing accident at RAF Great Dunmo Airfield, Essex, England Aug 24, 1944.
All 3 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
41-39194 ... 41-39194
Douglas A-26B-15-DL Invader
MSN 6907.  With 647th BS, 410th BG in taxi accident at Juvincourt Airfield A-68 Picardy, France.  All 3 crew
survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
41-39195 ... 41-39195
Douglas A-26C-2-DL Invader
MSN 6908. With 643rd BS, 409th BG in landing accident at Breigny airfield A-48 Bretigny, France Nov 28, 1944.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
41-39196 ... 41-39198
Douglas A-26B-15-DL Invader
MSN 6909/6911
39196 (416th BG, 670th BS) involved in midair collision and
crashed near Sezanne, France Oct 15, 1944.
41-39199 ... 41-39200
Douglas A-26C-2-DL Invader
MSN 6912/6913
41-39201 ... 41-39299
Douglas A-26B-20-DL Invader
MSN 6914/7012
39201 (MSN 6914, 553rd BS, 386th BG) in landing accident at RAF Great Dunmow airfield, Essex, England Aug 24, 1944.
All three crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
39203 to civil registry as N3244G
39204 (386th BG, 555th BS) crashlanded at St. Trond, Belgium
Apr 11, 1945.
39206 w/o May 28, 1945 in landing at Leon, France
39207 (669th BS, 416th BG) in taxi accident at Melun Villaroche Airfield A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France.  All three
crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
39208 (416th BG, 641st BS) crashed on takeoff at Laon, France Feb 22, 1945.  Rebuilt as B-26C.  To Chile in 
1957 as 829.
39209 (671st BS, 416th BG) in landing accident at Melun Villaroche airfield A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France Dec 29, 1944.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39210 (671 BS, 416th BG) in landing accident at Laon/Athies airfield A-69 Picardy, France Jan 13, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknwon if repaired.
39213 (668th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Worms, Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13155.  Both crew KIA.
39214 (416th BG, 668th BS) crashed shortly after takeoff near
Melun, France due to bad weather Jan 2, 1945.
39215 (MSN 6928) converted to On Mark Marketeer.  On civilian 
market as N5292V, N200M, N4000M, N142ER.  Acquired Feb 1985
by ADA Aircraft Museum, Oklahoma City, OK but reported
destroyed at Lawton, OK during delivery flight Mar 17, 1985.
Reported 1986 stored dismantled at Aero Nostalgia Inc
of Stockton, CA.  Now at US Naval Air Museum,
Pensacola, FL displayed as JD-1 77141.  Damaged by Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004.
Noted Mar 2006 in restoration hangar at National Museum Of Naval Aviation,
Pensacola, FL.  
39216 (668th BS, 416th BG) in taxi accidentr at Melun Villaroche Airfiedl A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France Dec 23, 1944.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
39218 (416th BG, 668th BS) stalled on takeoff and crashed near Melun, France Jan 2, 1945.
39219 (668th BS, 416th BG) in landing accident at Issy Airfield A-53 Issy-Les-Moulineaux, France Jan 23, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
39220 crashlanded during wheels-up belly landing at Warton airfield, Lancashire, England Feb 24, 1945.  
All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, not know if repaired.
39221 converted to On Mark Marksman N9636C.  Later to N3035S, N256H, N26GT.  
Used by Garrett AiResearch for inflight testing of turboprop engines
in nose.  On display at South Mountain High School, Phoenix, AZ after having been
donated by Allied Signal
39222 (416th BG, 670th BS) crashed near Billeneuve Saint-Georges, France Feb 8, 1945.
39223 (MSN 6936) sold on commercial market as N74Y, registered Mar 19, 1952.  
To France in Nov 1954 as Z009.  N74Y cancelled Jun 30, 1955
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959. WFU Sept 1965.  Became gate guard
at Saintes. Preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes  and displayed at the Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse, France
39225 (386th BG, 555th BS) crashed on takeoff at Rhein-Main, Germany May 11, 1945.  
39227 (416th BG, 670th BS) shot down by AAA over Mont Le Ban, Belgium Jan 1, 1945.  MACR 11517.  Both crew KIA.
39230 acquired by Commemorative Air Force Aug 21, 1982
as N9682C marked as "Vegas Vixen".  Now named "Lady Liberty" and maintained in Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma as of 2007.
39234 (416th BG, 671st BS) in landing accident at Melun Villaroche Airfield A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France
Jan 23, 1945.  All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39236 suffered a mechanical failure while parked at RAF Burtonwood, Lancashire, England Dec 10, 1944.  Unknown
if repaired.
39237 (671st BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Worms, Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13154.  Both crew became POW.
They escaped and evaded until reached US Army troops and were taken to Paris.
39238 (669th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Kerpen, Germany Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 12726.  Both crew KIA.
39240 (669th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Munstereifel, Germany Dec 25, 1944.  MACR 11923.  Both crew KIA.
39242 (669th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Zulpich, Germany Dec 24, 1944.  MACR 11922.  Both crew KIA.
39243 (391st BG, 573rd BS) crashlanded and burned out at Wattisham, England May 21, 1945.
39246 damaged on ground at Narssarssuaq, Greenland Sep 18, 1944.
Repaired.  (B-26B) to Brazil as 5145 in 1957.  Refurbished 1968.  SOC 1975
39247 w/o Sep 17, 1944 in crash 3 mi NE of Dow Field, ME
39250 w/o Dec 14, 1945 in landing at Furth, West Germany.
39254 (409th BG) crashed due to flak damage during wheels-up belly landing 45 mi W of Arzfeld Germany just south of
Bastogne, Belgium Jan 23, 1945.  MACR 12407.  Both crew survived and were rescued.  I have a photo 
dated Jan 18, 1945 showing this plane bellylanded in the snow.
39255 to Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis Monthan AFB, Arizona.  SOC Oct 3, 1957.  Purchased by Acme Aircraft
Parts Apr 8, 1959.  Registered N3471G Jul 10, 1959.  Purchased by Aircraft Export Sales Jul 11, 1959.
Registration cancelled Aug 10 1959 on export to Chile.  
39256 (642nd BS, 409th BG) shot down by AAA near Kamen, Germany and crashed NW of Unna, Germany Feb 16, 1945.  
MACR 12433.  All three crew KIA.
39260 w/o Apr 5, 1946 in landing at Schweinfurt AAF, West Germany
39261 (Headquarters, 409th BG) in ground accident while parked at Florennes/Juzaine Airfield A-78 Florennes,
Belgium Mar 14, 1945.  Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
39262 became N5510V and converted to Rhodes Berry Silver Sixty, later to PI-C877
around 1964.  Crashed and destroyed Mar 29, 1965.
39263 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 822.
39264 (668th BS, 416th BG) in taxi accident at Melun Villaroche Airfield A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France Nov 25, 1944.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft damaged, but unknown if repaired.
39265 (394th BG, 574th BS) crashlanded at Obervellmar, Germany Oct 13, 1945.
39267 to civil registry as N5271V
39270 (ATC) in accident due to fire at Meeks Field, Keflavik, Iceland while on ferry flight Oct 2, 1944.
Crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
39272 (3rd BW) lost in Korea Mar 31, 1953.
39274 (TB-26C) to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 901 
39275 (642nd BS, 409th BG) lost from known cause over Germany Apr 16, 1945, Germany.  MACR 14454
39277 (MSN 6990) to civil registry as N74834.
39282 (409th BG, 641st BS) lost Apr 20, 1945.  MACR 14090
39284 (671st BS, 416th BG) in landing accident at LeBourget Airfield A-54, France Jan 14, 1945.  All 3 crew
surivived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39286 (670th BS, 416th BG) in landing accident at laon-Athies Airfield A-69 Picardy, France Mar 12, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
39288 to Brazil as 5159 in 1957.  Withdrawn
1975.  Now at Museu Aerospacial near Rio de Janeiro.
39290 (409th BG, 642nd BS) shot down by AAA near Arzfeld, Germany Jan 23, 1945.  MACR 12397.  All 3 crew KIA.
39292 (409th BG, 641st BS) crashed near Laon, France Mar 11, 1945.
39294 (409th BG, 640th BS) in takeoff accident at Laon/Couvron Airfileld A-70 Aisne, France Mar 17, 1945.
All 3 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
39295 (409th BG, 640th BS) crashlanded at Melun-Villaroche, France Jan 25, 1945.  I have a photo of this plane
having bellylanded on that date.
39297 with 122nd BS LA ANG in 1956
39298 on civil registry as N74830 with Rum Cay Development Co, Miami, FL
39299 (B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1954 as FAP 577.  Renumbered FAP 216 in 1960.
41-39300 ... 41-39349
Douglas A-26B-25-DL Invader
MSN 7013/7062
39301 (642nd BS, 409th BG) shot down by AAA near Arzfeld, Germany Jan 23, 1945.  MACR 12395.  All three crew KIA.
39303 (B-26C) with Pacific Coast Air Museum as N5589A
39308 (409th BG, 640th BS) crashlanded near Bilsen, Belgium Mar 30, 1945.
39309 (641st BS, 409th BG) in landing accident at Laon/Couvron Airfiled A-70 Aisne, France Apr 24, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39312 (409th BG, 641st BS) shot down by AAA near Arzfeld, Germany Jan 23, 1945.  MACR 12396.  All 3 crew KIA.
39316 (TB-26B) to Colombia in 1957 as FAC 2515
W/o Mar 4, 1968 at Apiay, Meta.
39319 converted to TB-26B.  To Norton AFB, CA for storage.  Sold to A. S Wikstrom Inc of Skaneateles, NY Oct 1, 1958.
Registered as N2876G Dec 8, 1958.  Executive modification carried out Jun 1960.  Registration
cancelled Mar 1, 1961 as dismantled. 
39320 to civil registry as N107H
39321 (416th BG, 671st BS) lost from unknown cause over Germany Feb 16, 1945.  MACR 12448.  Fate of crew unknown.
39322 to civil registry as XB-BUI
39323 (640th BS, 409th BG) lost from unknown cause over Germany Feb 16, 1945 while on mission to Unna,
Germany.  MACR 12434
39327 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 823. Lost Mar 21, 1964 when its bombs exploded in flight during 
an exercise during FACh's anniversary.
39330 stalled after takeoff and crashed near St. Columb Minor, Newquay, England Dec 1, 1944.
39331 (416th BG, 668th BS) crashlanded at Sittard, near Beek, Netherlands Feb 9, 1945.
39333 (416th BG, 669th BS) stalled after takeoff and crashed near Melun, France Jan 14, 1945.
39334 (27th ATG, 310th FRS) caught fire in landing accident at St. Magwan, England Nov 26, 1944
39335 (416th BG, 668th BS) in midair collision and crashed at Cormeilles en Vexin, France Jun 23, 1945.
39337 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 812. Collided with 845 Nov 16, 1962, which survived. 
Serial 845 may have been reallocated later.
39340 (MSN 7053) on civil registry as N4186A 
39341 (409th BG, 641st BS) crashlande at Laon, France May 3, 1945.
39343 (386th BG, 555th BS) in landing accident at Baumon-sur-Oise Airfield A-60 Persan, France Mar 18, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39344 (MSN 7057) on civil registry as N4185A with Arrow Sales, Inc
39345 (MSN 7058, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1954 as FAP 575.  Crashed Dec 1956
39348 (573 rd BS, 391st BG) in landing accident at Roye/Amy Airfield A-73 Picardy, France Apr 11, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39349 (416th BG, 668th BS) crahlanded at Melun-Villaroche, France Jan 25, 1945.  Repaired.  To France as 250-B 
in Dec 1956.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.  Wfu Aug 1963.  SOC Feb 1964.
41-39350 ... 41-39424
Douglas A-26B-30-DL Invader
MSN 7063/7137
39351 (553rd BS 386th BG) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Hptm Rudolf Engleder of EJG 2/3 Stab near
Weisbaden, Germany Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12951.  Both crew KIA.
39353 to civil registry as N5280V with Transit Air.  Aircraft ditched
near Ocean Station Alpha Sep 4, 1960 while enroute from
sondrestrom to Keflavik.
39355 (85th BS, 47th BG) in landing accident at Grosseto Airfield, Grosseto, Italy Mar 8, 1945.  All 3 crew
survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39356 (386th BG, 555th BS) crashlanded at Saint Trond, Belgium Jun 9, 1945.
39358(?) to France in Dec 1956 as 259-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N Jul 1961.  WFU Dec 1964. SOC Sept 16, 1965.
39359 (MSN 7072) to civil registry as N91281.  later to CF-BMR, C-FBMR,
N26BP, NMX26P.  Later with Planes of Fame Air 
Museum, Minnesota. Now with Pond Warbirds LLC of Palm Springs, CA as N26BP
39361 (668th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Worms, Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13152.  Both crew KIA.
39362 (13th BS, 3rd BG) damaged by AAA in Korea Oct 15, 1951 during
attack on enemy ground vehicles.  Landed gear-up on forward
airfield.  Aircraft salvaged. 
39366 delivered to USAAF Nov 22, 1944.  Converted to B-26C.  Dropped from inventory as surplus May 1958.
39375 (554th BS, 386th BG) crashed from unknown cause near Weisbaden, Germany Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12954.  Both
crew KIA.
39378 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17653
39379 (8th BS) lost over Korea while enroute to target area Jan 8, 1951.
39385 crashed into sea near airbase K-8 (now Kunsan Air Base), Republic of Korea Apr 6, 1954.  No wreckage or remains
ever found.  4 crewmen presumed killed.
39389 (B-26C) to France in Nov 1956 as 290-C.  W/o Mar 10, 1959 in crash
landing.
39391 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 826.  W/o Sept 3, 1957
39395 (386th BG, 553rd BS) damaged in landing accident at
Paris-Orly, France May 19, 1945.
39396 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 6/13/51.  I have a report
from John Withers which has this plane as being seen in French AF
markings at Paris/Le Bourget 7/23/1962, but this might have been 44-35396.
39397 (642nd BS, 409th BG) in landing accident at Laon/Couvron Airfield A-70 Aisne, France Apr 20, 1945.
All 3 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
39398 (MSN 7111) to civil registry as N91317, later to CF-DFC.  Crashed  on
landing at Prince George, BC Aug 10, 1971 but must have been
repaired as reported crashed at Stoyoma Mountain, BC Aug 11, 1974.
39400 (554th BS, 386th BG) lost from unknown cause at Bracht, Germany Mar 14, 1945.  MACR 13027.  Both crew killed.
39401 (MSN 7114) reported in 1953 being used by 3rd BG in Korea with searchlight
in enlarged nose.  To civil registry as N3457G.  Flew as "Whistlers Mother".  To N39401 
with Aero Trader of Chino, CA.  Reported in 1991 to
be at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiani, FL.  Damaged by Hurrican Andrew
Aug 24, 1992.  Sent for repair to Aero Trader of Chino, CA.
39405 w/o May 2, 1947 at Mitchell Field, NY
39406 (554th BS, 386th BG) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 3, 1945.  MACR 13695.  Fate of crew unknown.
39407 loaned to France in Mar 1953 for service  
in Indochina. Returned to USAF in 1955 and scrapped.
39410 to civil registry as N2827G with Dean Milk Co of Franklin Park, IL and 
scrapped late 1959 or early 1960.  Parts used
for rebuild of 44-34738. 
39412 (386th BG, 552nd BS) crashlanded near Valley, Wales
Aug 6, 1945.
39415 w/o Jan 6, 1945 in engine failure Hartsgrove AAF, SC
39418 converted to Le Tourneau B-26 N7937A, later N116R/N116RG.
39422 (MSN 7135) to civil registry as N91357 but NTU.  Reported
derelict and unconverted at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
39423 often quuoted  in error for Nicaragua 602, which was
actually 43-22668.
41-39425 ... 41-39499
Douglas A-26B-35-DL Invader
MSN 7138/7212
39427 (MSN 7140) to civilian market as N75Y with Texas Railway Supply as a
corporate transport.  To Commemorative Air Force May 10, 1977
as N240P "Spirit of Waco".  Painted in colors of 13th BS of Korean War.
39428 (325th Ferry Squadron, 31st Transport Group) lost in English Channel Jan 22, 1945 while on
ferry flight.  MACR 12247.  Fate of crew unknown.
39429 (B-26C) to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 903 
39433 (MSN 7146, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1954 as FAP 584.  Renumbered FAP 223 in 1960.
39435 to CL-26 at Cheyenne AFB,WY  16 Apr 1951
39437 converted to Le Tourneau N7938A, later N117R/N117RG.
39441 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 9/12/51, Korea.
39442 (8th BS, 3rd BW) shot down by AAA Aug 30, 1951 during night
intruder mission, Korea
39445 w/o Feb 14, 1945 in crsh 3 mi N of Lovebie, SC
39447 loaned to France in Feb 1954 for service  
in Indochina. Returned to USAF in 1955 and scrapped
39451 (461st BW(L))crashed at Hill AFB Aug 25, 1954
39454 loaned to France in Feb 1954 for service
in Indochina.  Crashed on takeoff Mar 11, 1954.
39462 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17663
39463 w/o Mar 26, 1945 in crsh 5 mi E of Lake Charles, LA
39467 to civil registry as N6844D but NTU
39468 to civil registry as N91354, destroyed by fire in ground collision Aug 1, 1974 at Boise, ID
39472 (MSN 7185) to civil registry as N86482, to El Salvador
in 1969 as 601, then N26VC.  At some point became On Mark
conversion.  Now on static display at Castle 
Field Museum, Atwater, CA painted as 44-35648 "Lil Sal"
39473 loaned to France in Feb 1954 for service
in Indochina.  Returned to the USAF
Oct 1955 and scrapped.
39474 w/o Mar 15, 1946 due to engine failure at Grenada AAB, MS
39475 (B-26C) to Colombia in 2956 as FAC 2514.
39476 to France as 377-C in 1956. SOC Mar 1959.
39482(B-26C) to France as 383-C in Jan 1957.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N May 1961.   WFU Oct 1964.  SOC Apr 29, 1965.
39483 (MSN 7196) to civil registry as N91358 but NTU.  Reported derelict and
unconverted at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969.
39486 (MSN 7199) on civil registry as N9432Z, later to N90711 (NTU?).  Reported
derelict at Fresno, CA 1968 and removed from there (probably
by road) in 1977.
39489 loaned to France in Feb 1954 for service
in Indochina.  w/o in accident Feb 9,
1955.
39490 loaned to France in Feb 1954 for service
in Indochina.  w/o in accident Aug 29,
1954 at Cap[ St Jacques.
39491 rebuilt as On Mark B-26K 64-17654
39492 loaned to France in Feb 1954 for service
in Indochina.  Shot down by AA June 17,
1954 near Thai N'Guyen.
39494 loaned to France in Feb 1954 for service
in Indochina.  Returned to the USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
39497 (MSN 7210) converted to On Mark Marketeer N71Y.  Impounded and
abandoned at Bogota
41-39500 ... 41-39599
Douglas A-26B-40-DL Invader
MSN 7213/7312
39505 sold on civilian market as N67Y.  To
France in 1954 as Z004.  w/o after
inflight fire Jun 21, 1956.
39507 often quoted in error for Nicaragua 604 (44-34104)
39509 (MSN 7222) Fo French AF in 1954. To civil registry as N3480G
in 1963.
39511 (B-26C) to France as 412-C in Nov 1956.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P Jan 1961.
Lost at El Haouanet, Algeria
Mar 29, 1961.
39512 (B-26C) sold on civilian market as N68Y.
To CEAM in France in 1954 as Z005.  
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU.  TO CAR Paris.  Later scrapped.
39515 (MSN 7228) to civil registry as N62Y, later N67805.  Noted in
scrapyard at Tulsa, OK Apr 1973.
39516 (MSN 7229) converted to On Mark Marketeer N237Y.  Now at National Warplane Museum, 
Horseheads, NY.
39517 (B-26C) sold on commercial market as 
N91349.  To Portugal in 1965 as FAP
7106.  Converted to B-26B.  Abandoned
at Luanda, Angola in 1975.
39523 (B-26C) to France as 424-C in Dec 1956.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N Dec 1961.  WFU
May 1965.  SOC Sept 16, 1965.
39526 crashed into Baird Mountain, WA Apr 9, 1948.  2 aboard and
one bailed out all killed.
39527 (MSN 7240) to civil registry as N65Y, crashed near Burbank, CA Jan 1954
39531 (MSN 7244) sold on civilian market as N64Y.  Suggested to Mexico,
but no connection with XB-PEK.  To Frency AF in 1951, To CEAM in France in Dec 1953 as Z003.  
To CEV, Bregigny in 1954.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.	
WFU.  To N12756 and later to Biafran Air Force Un 27, 1967.  Reported shot down
at Enugu 1967 or captured by Nigerian Army, but may simply have gone unserviceable.
39533 (MSN 7246). Was to have been converted to Rock Island 
Monarch executive aircraft and registration N6840D reserved; conversion 
never undertaken and aircraft derelict by 1971 (registration N6840D 
was reallocated to 44-35911).
39535 seen in French AF markings at Paris/Le Bourget 7/23/1962.
39537 (B-26C) to Chile in 1958 as 840.
Converted to B-26D.  Preserved at Los Cerillos
39538 seen in French AF markings at Paris/Le Bourget 7/23/1962.  Noted
in storage at Chateaudun Jun 1965
39539(?) sold on civilian market as N70Y.  To
France in May 1954 as Z006.
Renumbered 41-39538 Mar 1959, but 
41-39539 is probably the right number.
WFU Feb 12964.  SOC Apr 8, 1965.
39541 w/o Sep 21, 1945 in landing at Greensboro-Highpoint Airport, NC
39543 converted to A-26D.
39546 (B-26C) to France as 447-C in Dec 1956.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into RB-26P March 1961.
WFU Feb 1966.  SOC Aug 26, 1966.
To F-BNTM, ZS-EUT, and F-BLCM.
Scrapped in 1970.
39549 w/o May 23, 1945 in crash 20 mi S of Lake Charles, LA
39553 (MSN 7266) to civil registry as N9405Z with North American Rockwell
Corp.  Crashed into residential district of Los Angeles,
CA May 10, 1969
39555 (MSN 7268) to civil registry as N103C with Pinellas Central Bank.  At
some point was converted to Marketeer
39557 seen in French AF markings at Paris/Le Bourget 7/23/1962.
39561 loaned to France in Feb 1954 for service
in Indochina.  Returned to the USAF
Nov 1955.  To civil registry as N6837D (NTU?)
39563 (B-26B) to Chile in 1954 as 813.  W/o Sept 1956
39564 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17659
39567 to civil registry as N5029K with Northern Natural Gas Co.
39568 crashed near Atkinson Field, British Guiana Mar 13, 1945.
39565 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 816.
39572 (MSN 7285) to civil registry as N8629E.  Crashed at Showlow,
AZ Jun 22, 1968.
39573 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17674
39574 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA 1/8/51 on night mission in Korea.
39577 w/o May 8, 1945 in landing at St Valery, France
39579 (B-26C) to France as 480-C in Dec 1956.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted  to B-26N Jan 1961.  
WFU Jun 1964.  SOC Apr 29, 1965.
39580 (B-26C) to Chile as 837 in 1958.
39582 loaned to France in Mar 1953 for service
in Indochina.  Returned to the USAF
Nov 1955 and scrapped.  
39584 (391st BG, 575th BS) crashlanded at Saint Trond,
Belgium May 29, 1945.  Repaired.  (B-26B) to Turkey as 
7439 in Aug 1949.  SOC Aug 58
39585 loaned to France in Mar 1953 for service
in Indochina.  Shot down by AA Sept 29,
1953 near Hanoi.  
39586 loaned to France in May 1953 for service
in Indochina.  Returned to the USAF
Nov 1955 and scrapped.
39589 w/o Feb 12, 1945 in forced landing at Memphis AP, TN
39590 (391st BG, 573rd BS) crashlanded at Vitry, France Jun 25, 1945  
39592 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 814.
39593 in taxi accident at RAF Warton airfield, Lancashire, England Mar 25, 1945.  All crew survived.
Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
39594 loaned to France in Mar 1953 for service in Indochina.  Returned to the USAF
Oct 1955 and scrapped.  
39596 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17676
39598 loaned to France in May 1953 for service
in Indochina.  Crashed July 1, 1954 at 
Tourane. 
42-38327 ... 42-38327
Douglas C-48C-DO
Commercial DC-3A-149H MSN 2147 ordered by KLM (registered PH-AXH Dec 17, 1939) not delivered
due to military situation in Europe. Converted to DC-3A-269 for United Air Lines as NC25675 
and sold to USAAF Mar 15, 1942 - To North Atlantic Wing ATC May 29, 1943. 
Returned to United as NC25675 *Tacoma* Dec 05, 1943. Crashed Mt Elko, WY. Jan 31, 1946.
42-55891 ... 42-56084
Lockheed C-60A-5-LO Lodestar 
Directly ordered by USAAF.  
55891/55902 MSN 18-2296/2307
55891 (MSN 18-2296) to NC54432.
55892 (MSN 18-2297) Cvtd 18-14. To NC19944. Cvtd 18-08. To N5111, to N51110
55893 (MSN 18-2298) to NC17886, to NC1200/N1200, to N1400, to XA-PUQ
55894 (MSN 18-2299) to YS-24, to NC74633/N74633. Cvtd 18-56. To N11CP, to N11QR, Cancelled Jun 14, 2013
55895 (MSN 18-2300) To RCAF 553, to CF-FQU, to N65H. DBR Sugar Lane, TX Aug 1, 1962
55896 (MSN 18-2301) lost engine on takeoff and crashed near
Selma AAF, AL Jun 28, 1944.  5 killed.
55897 (MSN 18-2302) To YS-25, to TI-73, to C-251, to NC4495N/N4495N, to N67K, to N31G. Current
55898 (MSN 18-2303) crashed near Selman Field, Louisiana Nov 17, 1943.
55900 (MSN 18-2305) to NC17092, to N8008, to N600L. Cvtd Learstar II 21Jan58. . To N608L. Cancelled Apr 25, 2013
55901 (MSN 18-2306) to F-BBBI, to N9968F, to N2743A, to N20L. Converted to Learstar I. To N510V, to N513V. 
Cancelled Jun 27, 2013
55903/55922 MSN 18-2318/2337
55903 (MSN 18-2318) to NC44886/N44886, to N661. Converted to Learstar I. To N16L, to N661, to CF-BAO Feb 21, 1955, to N41CA
55904 (MSN 18-2319) To VP-TAP, to N3971C, to N23G, to N317G, to N644KS, to N644KP
55905 (MSN 18-2320) to RCAF 554, to NC9095H, to civil registry in Belgium Apr 4, 1947 as OO-GVP for 
Air Transport.  Crashed on takeoff and burned out Wadi Halfa (Sudan) Jul 27, 1948.
55906 (MSN 18-2321) to NC66171, to C-800
55907 (MSN 18-2322) to NC52103/N52103, to N212B, to N6166. Cancelled Feb 11, 2013
55908 (MSN 18-2323) to NC66407/N66407. Converted to Learstar I. To N32L. Struck power lines and crashed Lake Placid, FL 
Mar 3, 1974 [was carrying 3,244lb of marijuana]
55909 (MSN 18-2324) to NC17886, to NC70026/N70026. To N424H
55910 (MSN 18-2325) to NC58075
55911 (MSN 18-2326) to NC17887/N17887.  To N21G.  Current
55912 (MSN 18-2327) to FAC-27, to FAC-654, to HK-1146-G, to HK-1146. DBR Eldorado, Bogota Jan 5, 1974
55913 to RAF as Lodestar II.  No RAF serial known and may
never have been issued.  Transferred to Free French AF as FC-BAD Feb 19, 1943.  Crashed
Algiers Dec 30, 1944.
55914 (MSN 18-2329) to Brazilian AF as FAB 02, later 2001.
WFU Jul 14, 1969
55915 (MSN 18-2330) to VP-TAN, to N3936C, to N551, To N510G, to N984E
55916 (MSN 18-2331) to Brazilian AF as FAB 03, later 2002.
W/o Dec 21, 1944
55917 to RAF as Lodestar II.  No RAF serial known and may
never have been issued.  Transferred to Free French AF as 2332.  To FC-BAC, to F-BALU, to N9969F but ntu, 
to N94545, to N36R, to N94545. Converted to Howard 250 Mar 1962. To N277T, to N277E, to N127LR
55918 (MSN 18-2333) to NC18198, to NC66314/N66134, to N315, to N315F.  Currently on display at Museum of 
Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
55920 (MSN 18-2335) to NC49330/N49330, to N39R
55923/55965 MSN 18-2360/2402 
55923 (MSN 18-2360) to CU-N114 (possibly)
55924 (MSN 18-2361) to NC14282/N14282, To N913BS, to N1930S, to N714S
55925 (MSN 18-2362) to NC44795, to NC7070/N7070.  Current
55926 (MSN 18-2363) to RCAF 555, to CF-FKW, to N2722A, to F-BKBY. DBR Compiegne, France Jun 22, 1962
55927 (MSN 18-2364) To RCAF 556, to CF-FUL but ntu, to N5545N. Crashed West Point, near Lafayette, IN Oct 7, 1951
55928 (MSN 18-2365) to Brazilian AF as FAB 04, later 2003.
W/o Oct 6, 1962.
55929 (MSN 18-2366) to Brazilian AF as FAB 05, later 2004.
W/o Jul 11, 1947
55930 (MSN 18-2367) to Brazilian AF as FAB 06, later 2005.
WFU Jun 24, 1969
55931 (MSN 18-2368) to Brazilian AF as 2006.  At Museu Aeroespacial, Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil.
55932 (MSN 18-2369) to NC59710/N57910, to N710F
55933 (MSN 18-2370) to NC33349.  Converted to 18-50.  W/o Tampa, Florida Sep 13, 1945.
55934 (MSN 18-2371) to NC44889
55935 (MSN 18-2372) became NC33368/N33368 Defense Plant Corp, then
to National Airlines.  Converted to 18-50.  DBR, Tallashasse, Florida Oct 20, 1956.
55936 (MSN 18-2373) to XB-HOL, became N4653V of Wood Briquettes Ltd, to N400L.  Converte to Learstar II.
To N57PR, to N7777, Crashed near Oneonta, New York Mar 16, 1984.  3500 lb of marijuana found in
wreckae.
55937 (MSN 18-2374) to AN-ABY, to TI-84, Crashed near Nicoya, Costa Rica May 4, 1947
55938 (MSN 18-2375) crashed during takeoff while towing glider, Lubbock, Texas Mar 16, 1944
55939 (MSN 18-2376) to NC66185
55940 (MSN 18-2377) to RCAF 557
55942 (MSN 18-2379) to RCAF 558, then became N66H.  Converted to  Howard 250 Oct 31, 1961. To N64C. 
Converted  BACC tri-gear Howard 250 May 7, 1966. To N364C, to N400N, to N400NY. Crashed Redbird A/P, TX Dec 7, 1987
55943 to RAF as Lodestar II.  No RAF serial known and may
never have been issued.  Transferred to Free French AF as 2380.  To F-BALV.
Crashed W of Bangui, French Equatorial Africa Dec 26, 1945.
55944 (MSN 18-2381) to New Zealand as NZ3507 Jun 1943.  Sold to Union Airways as ZK-AHX 
May 1945.  transferred New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947, 
then N4636V of Maxon Inc.  To N171Q with C. McAlpine by 1966. Not registered by 1967.
55945 (MSN 18-2382) to New Zealand as NZ3508 Jun 1943. Sold to Union Airways as ZK-AKX Jul 16, 1946.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947.  
Crashed Mar 18, 1948 in Tararua Ranges on approach to Paraparaumu, all 15 on board killed.
55946 (MSN 18-2383) to New Zealand as NZ3509 Jun 1943.  Sold to Union Airways as ZK-ANB Nov 21, 1946
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947.  Then to
N4640V of Aviation Export Co.  To CF-IAX.  Converted to Learstar.  TO CF-BAL.  W/o Wales, AK Jul 7, 1972.
Aircraft hit a large gravel pile on takeoff and ground-looped.
55947 (MSN 18-2384) to New Zealand as NZ3510 Jun 1943.  Became ZK-ASX of New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority
Jan 26, 1949.  Not flown by CAA and became derelict at Rongotai.  Cancelled Oc5 31, 1950 and scrapped.
55948 (MSN 18-2385) w/o Lubbock, Texas Aug 7, 1943.
55950 (MSN 18-2387) became NC33366/N33366 of Gulf Oil Co.  Reported
to have crashed Dec 29, 1955.
55951 (MSN 18-2388) to RFC Aug 2, 1945.  to civil registry as NC17615 to an unknown airline operator
in central America.  Converted to executive configuration by Southwest Airmotive in 1949.  Registered
to Ralph E. Fair by Dec 1949.  Apr 1954 with Texas Gulf Sulphur Co as N17615.  To Air Center Interiors
by Wrigley by Jan 1965.  To J. W. Williams by Jul 1965.  To Mexico in May of 1966 as XA-SAX, but 
wound up being used as a chicken coop by 1980.  Brought back to USA in 1985  and restored and used by 
Atorie Air Inc as N56LH.  in 1986 converted to freighter with enlarged cabin door.  
Then went to Wings of Yesterday at Santa Fe, New Mexico Jun 6, 1989.  Exported to Australia
in 1992 and registered as VH-XUS.   Registration ZK-XUS reserved in New Zealand but not taken up.
55952 (MSN 18-2389) to YV-C-GE, to N6528D
55953 (MSN 18-2390) to NC53654, to YV-AGI but NTU.  Became NC25600 of National Motor Bearings.  To
NR25600, to N25600.  To N148W
55954 (MSN 18-2391) crashed Lubbock, Texas Aug 25, 1943.
55956 (MSN 18-2393) to Harry R. Playford as N888 in 1945.  To National Airlines
as N8884 Feb 1946.  Accident in Key West, FL Jun 12, 1958,
repaired.  To LV-PME May 1959.  then LV-GIL.  Stored at
Ezeiza.
55958 (MSN 18-2395) to NC63474, to XB-HIV, became N68195 of Standard Oil Co.  To N81G.  Cancelled May 14, 2013
55959 (MSN 18-2396) to NM-46 (Cuba), to N9626H, became N1932 of Tecumseh Products Co.  To N1505, to N64C, 
to N66H, to N725YC. Abandoned Aruba from at least Nov 1983. Canx May 7, 2013
55960 (MSN 18-2397) became NC44891/N44891 of Eastern States Pet Co.  To N64E. Converted to Howard 250. 
Stalled on T/O, runway too short for L-18, Brighton, FL Apr 9, 1976
55961 (MSN 18-2398) became NC86559/N86559 of Knox Glass Co.  To N20S, to N202S, to N1970H, to N5034F, to N75SA. 
Cancelled May 8, 2013
55963 (MSN 18-2400) To CC-CLB, to CC-CLB-0071, to CC-CBK-0071, to N2092A, to N300L, to N100UP. 
Converted to Learstar I Oct 31, 1956. To N108UP, to N108UB, to N403T. Current
55965 (MSN 18-2402) to NC44788
55966/55992 MSN 18-2427/2453
55966 (MSN 18-2427) became NC7000/N7000 of B. F. Goodrich Co.  To N7001.  Named ‘Spirit of J&B’, made round the 
world flight in memory of Howard Hughes from Jun 17-21, 1987. Under restoration with Sabena Oldtimers, Brussels.
55967 (MSN 18-2428) became N64275 of Gulf Refining Co. Exported to UK but NTU.  Direct to ZS-DBD,
Back to NC64275.  Converted to Gulfstar in 1959.  To N107G, to N373M, to N540 MC, to N640MC, 
to N69SN.  Derelict Opa Locka, Florida from Jan 1979.
55969 (MSN 18-2430) to NC88865, to NC69494/N60494, became N22G of Goodyear Tire Co, to N781G
55970 (MSN 18-2431) to NC33328, became NC7111 of Grumman Aircraft Corp, then N5113,
then N1000 of Swiftlite Aircraft Corp.  To N40000, to N400F.  Cancelled Sep 27, 2012.
Exported to Mexico Aug 10, 1973.
55973 (MSN 18-2434) became NC60485/N60485 of Hunter Engineering Co.  to N35L. W/o Vera Cruz, Mexico
Mar 31, 1975 (illegal flight)
55974 (MSN 18-2435) crashed near Amarillo, Texas Mar 26, 1944.
55975 (MSN 18-2436) to NC52104/N52104, became N6000 of Swiftlite Aircraft Corp.  To N6000K.  Stored
Panama0Tocumen by Dec 1975.  Cancelled Mar 26, 2013.
55976 (MSN 18-2437) to NC44780, to CX-AJC, to N44780, to Goodyear Tire Co as N20G, to N20GY.
Crashed Lone Pine, California May 20, 1977 (illegal flight)
55977 (MSN 18-2438) to N. Harris as N1490V
55978 (MSN 18-2439) to Square D Co as N4004
55979 (MSN 18-2440) to Continental Can Co as N660
55980 (MSN 18-2441) to XB-BOD, to XA-GUG, to XB-KAM
55981 (MSN 18-2442) to British West Indian Airways as VP-TAO.  Later sold to owner in USA as N3927C.
Crashed on takeoff at Miami, Florida Jan 22, 1952.
55982 (MSN 18-2443) to NC1082M
55983 (MSN 18-2444) to Gulf Oil Corp as N69898.  Subsequently became N105G Feb 13, 1959,
converted to Gulfstar Apr 6 1959, then to N9223R, then N283M, then OH-MAP, then was to have reverted
to N283M but became OH-SIR instead. Somewhere along the line was
converted to Gulfstar.  Registered G-BMEW Sep 30, 1985, cancelled
Jul 15, 1986 on sale to Canada but no Canadian identity known.  Became N283M
again.  Now preserved at Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, Gardermoen, Norway, painted
as G-AGIH.  
55984 (MSN 18-2445) to NC66099, to OO-EDS, to N9974F, to L. B. Maytag as N318.  To XB-JUP.  To Belgian civil 
registry as OO-EDS for Air Transport.  Following bankruptcy of the airline, auctioned off Mar 24, 1950.  
Cancelled from registry Dec 31, 1950 and broken up.
55985 (MSN 18-2446) to civil registry as NC70027
55986 (MSN 18-2447) to NC12925  
55987 (MSN 18-2448) became NC66161/N66161.  To N68K, to XB-KUY
55989 (MSN 18-2450) to TI-82, to YS-28.  Crashed Mt Bogota, Colombia Mar 17, 1947.
55990 (MSN 18-2451) to NC66169, probably to C-801 or C-802.
55991 (MSN 18-2452) to NC44893, to N222M
55992 (MSN 18-2453) to Hall Drilling Co as NC52526. To XB-JAW, to NC52526, to XA-JAW, to N52526, to N678L. 
Cancelled Oct 11, 2012
55993/56038 MSN 18-2466/2511
55993 (MSN 18-2466) to Canadian Pacific Airlines as CF-CPF, to N5633N, 
then to Brown Co. as N31BG.  to N31L, to N31LG, to N810G, to N81CG, to N810G. Stored Mesa, AZ from at 
least Sep 1976. Damaged in storm and derelict by Oct 1983. Stored dismantled at Ocotillo Wells, CA by Dec 1993
55994 (MSN 18-2467) to CC-CLA, to CC-CLA-0070, to CC-CBM-0070, to N3957A, to N200L. Converted toLearstar I 
Jan 25, 1957. To N200JF, to N333FB. Cancelled Oct3, 2012. Crashed at Millhaven, GA during go-around off airport landing 
to unload marijuana.
55995 (MSN 18-2468) to N663333, then to Frontier Chemical Co as N313.  Cancelled Jun 18, 2013.
55996 (MSN 18-2469) to RCAF 561, then became NC79218 then to Belgian civil registry as OO-OLY for Air Transport
May 8, 1947.  The airline went bankrupt and on Mar 24, 1950 the plane was auctioned off.
Canceled from registry Dec 31, 1950 and broken up.
55997 (MSN 18-2470) to RCAF 562.  To Brown Paper Mill Co as N1245V.  Crashed near Tyrone,
Pennsylvania Dec 20, 1956
55998 (MSN 18-1471) to NC66172.  Probably to C-801 or C-802
55999 (MSN 18-2472) to Texas Eastern Transmission as NC45372/N45372.  To N92T. Converted to Learstar II 
1Sep 12, 1957. To N116CA Jul 28, 1978. Crashed near Stanwood, WA during parachute drop
56000 (MSN 18-2473) to Union Producing Co as NC57300/N57300.  To N7300. Converted to Howard 250 Jun 16, 1961. 
Disappeared in Caribbean prior to Apr 1982
56001 (MSN 18-2474) to Walsh Construction Co as NC18934/N18934.  To N777W, to N141PA. Converted to Learstar 
Feb 17, 1962. To N307C. Crashed near El Rodore, Sinaloa, Mexico Nov 21, 1976 [illegal flight].
56002 (MSN 18-2475) crashed near Patterson Field, OH Feb 10, 1945.
56003 (MSN 18-2476) to J. Silverthorne as NC1090M/N1090M.  Converted to 18-50. To N17L. Converted to Learstar 
Apr 26, 1956. To N555DM, to N17L. Cancelled Jul 1, 2009
56004 (MSN 18-2477) to Pontaic Refining Corp as NC75220/N75220.  To N45W. Mid-air collision with 
T-33 over Tallahassee, Florida Jun 8, 1962
56005 (MSN 18-2478) To NC45330/N45330. Converted to 18-50. To AN-ADI, to US Steel Corp as N9980F.
Converted to 18-56. Partial conversion to Learstar 8Jun57. To N60JT, to N60DX but ntu. Current as N60JT with American 
Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland.
56006 (MSN 18-2479) DBR Nashville, Tennsesee Sep 7, 1943.
56007 (MSN 18-2480) to Texaco Gas as NC1621/N1621 then to Aerovox
Corp as N16216.  Converted Dallaero Learstar Jul 1957.  To N77T
56008 (MSN 18-2481) to Baker Oil Tools as NC63240/N63240, to N608H, DBF ca 1979.  Cancelled Jul 23, 2013.
56009 (MSN to CC-CBT-0163, to N10431, to N75GP.  Converted to Learstar 1.  To N75G, to N20M, to N75G.
Crashed rockwood, near Knoxville, Tennessee May 29, 1975.
56010 (MSN 18-2483) to Brazilian AF as FAB 08, later 2007.
WFU Dec 11, 1967
56011 (MSN 18-2484) to RCAF 559, to Michigan Tool Co as N67H.  Conversion in Mar 1966 to Howard 250 and 
registered N6711.  Cancelled Feb 13, 2013.
56012 (MSN 18-2485) to RCAF 563
56013 (MSN 18-2486) to RCAF 560, to CF-FQV, to ZS-BZD, to IDFAF 4X-ACL. Crashed near Paris, France Aug 15, 1949
56014 (MSN 18-2487) crashed into Beinn Nuis on island of Arran, Scotland Sep 30, 1943 while flying from
Keflavik to Prestwick.  All 8 aboard killed.  MACR 651
56015 (MSN 18-2488) crashed Prestwick, Scotland Aug 11, 1944
56016 (MSN 18-2489) to Canadian Pacific Airlines as CF-CPE,
then to Air Products as N67978.  Wiplinger mods and conversion to Learstar. To N19L, to N111E, to CP-1024 1972. 
Crashed Normandia, Bolivia Mar 5, 1974
56017 (MSN 18-2490) to RNZAF Jun 1943 but no service.  Loaned to Union Airways as ZK-AHR Aug 6 1943, re-registered
as ZK-AHU Aug 1944.  Crashed Mangere, Auckland May 13, 1945, after being stolen by 19-year old 
apprentice aircraft engineer who had been turned down for pilot training by RNZAF.  Veered into
a line of trees and caught fire.  Culprit escaped uninuured.  Charged with a number of offensese, but
escaped with a nominal fine and a period of probation.  Aircraft returned to RNZAF & SOC, no serial
56018 (MSN 18-2491) to RAF as FS737 but NTU, later changed to RR997.
Was to have gone to BOAC as G-AGIH, to Royal Norwegian AF and crashed Dec 31, 1944 on
test flight near Kypel Reservoir, near Strathaven, Lanarkshire, Scotland.  Registration G-AGIH later 
reused on 43-16459 on May 26, 1944, and it is this plane which crashed in Sweden Aug 28, 1944.
56019 (MSN 18-2492) to RAF as FS738 but NTU, later changed to RR998.  
To BOAC as G-AGII, operated for Norwegian government.  Registration cancelled
Aug 1944, and to Norwegian AF as 2492/T-AD Jul 1945.
Later went to Aero Nordas SE-BTI, to N6875C, to N31LG. Converted to Learstar I May 31, 1957, to N311G. 
MSN changed to 2492A due to conflict with MSN 2496, 42-56023. To N825AC, to N163R. Crashed Palmyra Island, Pacific 
Jan 5, 1980. Cancelled Apr 11, 2013
56020 (MSN 18-2493) To NC45387, to C-167. Believed to C-202 and crashed en-route Bogota to Bucaramanga Mar 19, 1947
56022 (MSN 18-2495) to Weathered Co as NC51591/N61591. Current
56023 (MSN 18-2496) to CF-CPU, to N4854V, to N30F with Firestone Tire Co, to N5135. WFU at Seletar, Singapore Apr 1978
56024 (MSN 18-2497) to Defense Plant Co as NC44782, to NC3031/N3031, to N5761N, then to
Airfleets Inc as N13V.  Converted to Learstar II.  To N13VV.  DBR North Little Rock, AR Jan 2, 1970.
56025 (MSN 18-2498) to Owens Corning Fiberglass as NC2426/N2426.  To XA-PIY.  Crashed May 7, 1967
56026 (MSN 18-2499) civilianized as NC58161, then became F-BDAS,
then N9991F,then N5477N, then N9991F again.  Converted
to Learstar and reregistered NX1Y, later N1Y.  Sold to Krupps
in 1956 and registered Apr 14, 1956 as D-CAFU.  Registration D-CAFU cancelled Sep 15, 1961.
Returned to Lear as N511L Sep 1961
56027 (MSN 18-2500) to NC88744/N88744, to Marathon Corp as N14M.  Converted to 18-14. Converted to Learstar II. 
To N1414, to N505S, to N5056, to CP-2046. Impounded & stored El Trompillo, Bolivia ssince at least Nov 1992
56029 (MSN 18-2502) to NR58360/NC58360/N58360. Converted to 18-50. Converted to Learstar I. To N88L. 
Cancelled May 15, 2013
56030 (MSN 18-2503) To NC61589/N61589, to N1813M, to N31F, to N131E
56031 (MSN 18-2504) To YV-AGA, to YV-C-AGA, to N2745A. Converted to Learstar I. To N42L, to N42LZ, to N66TP, 
to N667P, to N477SW
56032 (MSN 18-2505) to NC64568/N64568, to N221B, to N1001S. Stored Tucson, AZ since at least Oct 1979. 
Cancelled Jun 25, 2009
56033 (MSN 18-2506) to NC45378/N45378.  Crashed King Salmon, AK Jul 20, 1957
56034 (MSN 18-2507) to Netherlands East Indies AF as LT-931(in RAAF records) but LT-924 in RNAF records.  To
RAAF as VH-RDT
56035 (MSN 18-2508) To RAAF as A67-1, call sign VH-RAA. To ZK-AOP, to N4646V, to N16L. Cvtd Learstar I. To N789F. 
Cancelled May 9, 2013
56036 (MSN 18-2509) to CF-CPG, to N4851V.  Converted Dallaero Lodestar. To N914BS, to N1940S. Current
56037 (MSN 18-2510) crshed into RAF barracks, Prestwick, Scotland Sep 12, 1943
56038 (MSN 18-2511) to NC21707. Believed DBR Kotebue, AK Jul 20, 1947
56039/56084 MSN 18-2532/2577.
56039 (MSN 18-2532) to VT-ATO of HRH the Maharajah of Jamnagar.
Sold to Pegasus Corp as N94543.  To N343S, to N58M, to LV-JNH.  Derelict Fort Lauderdale,
Florida by Jun 1976.
56041 (MSN 18-2534) to CF-CPK with Canadian Pacific Airlines.  To N170L.  W/o Golden Gate airport,
Oct 16, 1969
56042 (MSN 18-2535) to RAAF as A67-2, call sign VH-RAB.  To VH-CAA but NTU.  To Parafield Sep 1947 and
scrapped 1952.
56043 (MSN 18-2536) to RAAF as A67-3, call sign VH-RAC.  Sold as ZK-AOT with
New Zealand National Airways, then to Northrop 
Aircraft Co as N4634V.  Stored Wichita, Kansas 1975
56044 (MSN 18-2537) to RAAF as A67-4, call sign VH-RAD.  Sold as ZK-AOS with
New Zealand National Airways, then to Colombia Gas
System as N60000.  TO N60C.  Stored President Stroessner Airport, Paraguay by Mar 1972.
Derelict Apr 1975.
56045 (MSN 18-2538) to RAAF as A67-5, call sign VH-RAE.  Sold to New
Holland Airways as VH-GRB. Then to Overland Air 
Services as VH-OAS, then to D. Converse as N4849V.  To N667, to N1000S, to N101S.
Converted to Howard 250 Dec 30, 1959.  To XB-SAO, to N2786^, to N102SD but NTU.
Stored Albuquerque, New Mexico since Oct 1986.  Cancelled Dec 18, 2012.
56046 (MSN 18-2539) to Mexican Air Force, probably as TTL-6001.  W/o prior to Nov 1945.
56047 (MSN 18-2540) registered Dutch Antilles as PJ-AKA to KLM West Indisch 
Bedrijf, 11/43 taken in to Military, flew with military troop carrier 
interior, Aug. 19, 1944 military interior was replaced 
by a civil interior, seats were from Lockheed 12As (see PJ-AKC and PJ-AKF - 
Lockheed 12A-26's/C-40) the conversion took place at Hato. August 11, 1948 wfu.
Dumped into sea at Curacao, north side, Hato Cliff in 1948.
56048 (MSN 18-2541) to Dutch Antilles KLM Sest Indisch Bedrijf as PJ-AKB in 1943. 11/43 taken in to 
Military, flew with military troop carrier interior, Dec 1944 military interior was replaced 
by a civil interior, WFU in 1948, and dumped into sea at Curacao, north side, Hato Cliff in 1948 
56049 (MSN 18-2452)
56050 (MSN 18-2543) to British West Indian Airways as VP-TAQ,
then to H. J. O'Connell Ltd as CF-FSS.  To 3M Co as N23M.  In Jan 1957 converted
to Learstar Mk 1.  To Switzerland Aug 1960 for 3M Europe's operation as HB-AMM.
Returned to 3M USA and reregistered N23M before being sold.  By Apr 8, 1970 registered
as N1040E.  Crashed and burned at night after takeoff Sep 11, 1972 from unlit runway at Clarendon,
Jamaica, apparently on an illicit drug mission.
56051 (MSN 18-2454)
56052 (MSN 18-2545) to National Airlines as NC19111, then N19111.  SOC in 1954
at Miami, repaired, to LV-PMJ, then LV-GHF with Lineas Aereas de Cuyo.  Belly landing at
Azul Mar 27, 1960.
56053 (MSN 18-2546) to NC57800, to Plymouth Oil Co as N57638, to N10P.  Converted to Learstar II.
WFU South Bimini, Bahamas late 1970s, smuggling.  Cancelled Jan 30, 2013.
56054 (MSN 18-2547) to TI-72, to LV-RYU, to N5517A, to N1230. Converted to Howard 250 Nov 2, 1959. To N1230L, to N519DW.
Crashed Villa de Casas, Tamaulipas, Mexico Nov 18, 1976
56055 (MSN 18-2548) to EAIA Cuba, no registration known.  To Great Lakes Steel Corp as NC14922/N14922.
To N338, to N339, to N200KG but NTU.  Stored Texarkana, Ar 1996.  Certificate rexpired Mar 31, 2012.
56056 (MSN 18-2549) to NC44895, to Interstate Aircraft Co as N664, Converted to Learstar I.  To
N1040, to N1040G, to N411MC but NTU, to N1040G.  Crashed near Kosiusko, MS Oct 28, 1982, presumably
on illegal flight.  Current with Vintage Sales Corp.
56057 (MSN 18-2550) to RNZAF as NZ3515 Dec 11, 1943.  Sold as ZK-AKW to Union Airways Jul 19, 1946.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947.  To N4846V.  
Later sold to Cleveland Iron Co as N756.  Converted to Howard 250. To N7611 with LCN Corp 
Geb 23, 1973. Cancelled Aug 9, 1974. 
56058 (MSN 18-2551) to RNZAF as NZ3511 Dec 8, 1943.  Crashed on delivery to Union Airways on landing
at Palmerston North Oct 9, 1945
56059 (MSN 18-2552) to Mexican AF, probably as TTL-6004.
56060 (MSN 18-2553) to Netherlands East Indies AF under Lend-Lease
as LT9-31.  Allocated to 37 Sqn RAAF on loan from NEIAF.
allocated radio callsign VH-RDT (but should be VH-RDA). Registration application
from Air Cargo Pty. Ltd (Fawcett Aviation) as VH-AKY but
NTU, allocated VH-FAC Oct 3, 1950.  Leased to Gibbes
Sepik Airways, PNG as VH-FA .  Converted at Bankstown
to carry 40 passengers.  Damaged Jun 26, 1951 in forced
landing at Jacquinot Bay due to fuel exhaustion and 
navigational difficulties.  Repaired.  Registration
suspended Nov 13, 1952 due to maintenance condition.
Returned to Fawcett Aviation Jun 4, 1953.  Sold to Fieldair
Ltd of NZ Jul 1956.  Converted to aerial topdresser
Nov 10, 1956.  Registered ZK-BMC and named "Makutonga"
crashed near Upper Bideford, NZ Oct 20, 1957 when hit high
ground in bad weather.  Both occupants killed.
56061 (MSN 18-2554) to RNZAF as NZ3512 Dec 8, 1943.  Sold as ZK-AIQ to Union Airways Nov 8, 1945.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947, then to Kelly 
Springfield Tire Co as N55K.  To N55KS, to N655KS (NTU?), to N644KS.  Still N55KS Jul 1968.  
Cancelled as N644KS Apr 15, 1971.
56062 (MSN 18-2555) to RNZAF as NZ3513 Dec 8, 1943.  Sold as ZK-AJM to Union Airways Jun 19, 1946.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947, then to 
Specialty Union Corp as N4836V.  To N611N.  Cancelled Feb 11, 2013.
56063 (MSN 18-2556) to RNZAF as NZ3514 Dec 8, 1943.  Sold as ZK-ANC to Union Airways Nov 21, 1946.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947,  To USA Apr 1952.
then to H. Bennett as N4635V.  To N7000.  Registered to Fly Safe Ltd inc Jul 28, 1975.  C of R revoked.
56064 (MSN 18-2557) to NC17137
56065 (MSN 18-2558) to NC52098/N52098, to Bechtol Corp as N7013V, to N222B, to N2222B.  Crashed
near San Felipe, Mexico Dec 20, 1966
56066 (MSN 18-2559) to Free French AF as FC-BAG or FC-BAH
56067 (MSN 18-2560) to Free French AF as FC-BAG or FC-BAH.  To 256067/25667, to F-BGXN but NTU.  
Civilianized as N9908F, to N109G.  Converted to Gulfstar Dec 31, 1959.  TO N1048, to N114CA.
56068 (MSN 18-2561) to TI-83, then to YS-21.  To National Automotive Fibres as
N13876.  To NC4496N, to N13876, to N74C
56069 (MSN 18-2562) became NC66110, then to Bell Aviation as
ZS-DAU.  Then to Saudi Arabian Airlines as SA-AAG but not delivered, then to
North Shore Supply as N16A. Converted to 18-50.  Converted to 18-56.  To N1000W, to
N88788, to N1000G.  Now preserved at Disney-MGM Studios, Disneyworld, FL as N1000G.
Cancelled Aug 5, 2013.
56070 (MSN 18-2563) to CF-CPZ with Canadian Pacific Airlines, then to N4850V, 
then to C. Peabody and Co as N9050.  Cashed into Lake Michigan Feb 24, 1958.
56071 (MSN 18-2564) to Services Pipe Line Co as N4040
56072 (MSN 18-2565) to Bell Aviation as NC66076, re-registerd
ZS-DAZ.  Was to have gone to Saudi Arabian Airlines as SA-AAH
but not delivered, went instead to J. C. Dozier as N17A.  To N43RS, to N43WT, to N107CA but NTU.
Cancelled Apr 12, 2005.
56073 (MSN 18-2566) to to TI-74, to YS-27, to C-250.  To G. C. Lennox as NC4478N/N4478N.
56074 (MSN 18-2567) To NC17102/N17102, to New York Aviation Corp as N66D.  Converted to 18-50.  To Royalite
Oil Co as CF-HPS, to N600N.  Crashed Mid-State Airport, Phillipsburg, Pennsylvania Mar 5, 1965
56075 (MSN 18-2568) to C-159, YS-27, C-210, to N1630M, owned by Karl Knight.  In 1952 
became VP-JBC of British Caribbean Airways and crashed into sea on takeoff from Palisadoes Airport
Apr 10, 1953. 13 killed.
56076 (MSN 18-2569) to NC10000.  Crashed near Roanoke, Illinois Jul 9, 1949
56077 (MSN 18-2570) to W. C. Hendrick as NC45334/N45334.  To N9801
56078 (MSN 18-2571) to XBHOK, to N4716, to Mellon National Bank as N20M, to N605V, to N6051, to N625Y,
to N100GP.  Crashed Truckee, California Feb 21, 1977
56079 (MSN 18-2572) to International Paper Co as NC578920/N59720.  Cancelled Feb 8, 2013
56080 (MSN 18-2573) to to NDC44898/N44898, to N665 with Interstate Aircraft Co.  Converted to 18-08. 
Converted to Learstar III (Learstar 1A).  To N900PT, to N511V, to N350A< to N1XV.  Cancelled Nov 8, 2012
56081 (MSN 18-2574) to NC1040, to NC10407/N10407 with New York Wire Cloth Co, to N65A, 
To instructional airframe at Aero Mechanics Vocational High School, Detroit, Michigan Jul 2, 1968.  
Then with Yankee Air Force as N117G.  Destroyed in the fire at Yankee
Air Museum Oct 9, 2004.
56082 (MSN 18-2575) to Universal Trades as NC90601/N90601.  Converted to 18-14, later 18-10.
Later to N13J, then N13JR.  Converted to 18-08
56083 (MSN 18-2576) to NC13K/N13K, to N1929, to N1846 with Mead Corp, to N1846G.  Cancelled Aug 13, 2012.
Stored derelict Lima-Collique Airport, Peru by Sep 1983.  Possibly to Las Palmas AB Training School
Feb 1997 as "FAP-512"
56084 (MSN 18-2577) to NC47790, to H. Woolf and Son Inc as NC66549/N66549.  Crashed near La Para,
Cordoba, Argentina Apr 7, 1967, illegal flight.
42-56629 ... 42-56629
Douglas C-48B 
Commercial DC-3A-269B MSN 2185 Northwest Airlines NC25610 impressed by USAAF Jun 8, 1942.
To civil registry as NC25610 (Northwest Jul 1944), N8341C (China Air Transport
Dec 1949), later N1790B. Captured by communist forces but returned. To N491 (Bonanza 
Airlines May 1955 - Air Ferry Inc Feb 27, 1961 - C Itoh and Co, Japan), JA5077 
(All Nippon Airways May 13, 1961), HL4005 (for lease to Korean Oct 1962 sto 
Sep 1963), JA5077 (All Nippon again, until Sep 03, 1966, then stored). Last
B-313 for Winner Airways, Taiwan (Jan 26, 1970 to ?, wfu) 
43-22252 ... 43-22266
Douglas A-26B-5-DT Invader
MSN 18399/18413
22258 to civil registry as N1469V, N36B, N94445.  Now marked
as 434220 and displayed at Grand Forks AFB, ND. In several
references this plane is incorrectly quoted as 44-35493.
N36B was issued to at least 3 A-26s
43-22267 ... 43-22301
Douglas A-26B-10-DT Invader
MSN 18414/18448
22268 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 832.
22271 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1957 as 5160.  
Reconfigured as B-26B.  Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.
22275 converted to Le Torneau B-26 N4973N, later N114RG.
22280 assigned to Romulus, MI.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Sep 7, 1944 to Oct 16, 1945
Assigned to Grenada AAF, Grenada, MS
22281 on civil registry as N1436V, N94A,  N61B
22284 (B-26B) to Turkey as 7442 in Aug 1949.  SOC Feb 1953.
22285 (B-26B) to Turkey as 7418 in Mar 1948.  SOC Jan 1957.
22286 (640th BS, 409th BG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Melun Villaroche airfield A-55
Seine-et-Marne, France Nov 16, 1944.  All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22289 (B-26B) to Turkey as 7409 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958.
22291 (B-26B) to Turkey as 7426 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958. 
22292 (669th BS, 416th BG) in landing accident at Melun Villaroche Airfield A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France
Dec 18, 1944.  All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22296 (647th BS, 410th BG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at St. Florentin, France Apr 21, 1945.
All 3 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
22298 collided in midair with 43-22336 over Warton Marsh Nov 29, 1944 during ferry
flight from Warton, Lancs to 409th BG, Bretigny in France.  All crew from
both planes killed and bodies recovered at that time.  In July 2004 a major
dig in Warton Marsh recovered the wreckage of both planes, which were
delivered to RAF Millom Museum at Haverigg, Cumbria. 
22301 (669th BS, 416th BG) crashed on takeoff near Melun Vallaroche airfield A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France
due to weather Jan 2, 1945.  All three crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
43-22302 ... 43-22303
Douglas A-26B-16-DT Invader
MSN 18449/18450
22303 (409BG, 642nd BS, 9AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Feb 16, 1945 while on mission to
Unna, Germany.  MACR 12436.  Fate of crew unknown.
43-22304 ... 43-22304
Douglas A-26C-16-DT Invader
MSN 18451
43-22305 ... 43-22307
Douglas A-26B-15-DT Invader
MSN 18452/18454
22306 (13th BS, 3rd BG) hit by gunfire  on strafing pass in
Korea and crew bailed out.  2 killed, 2 taken prisoner.
22307 (670th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Dinslaken, Germany and crashed near Huls, Germany 
Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 14314.  Pilot survived and returned to duty, but one crewman bailed and was killed.
43-22308 ... 43-22312
Douglas A-26C-16-DT Invader
MSN 18455/18459
22308 (MSN 18455, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1957 as FAP 580.  Renumbered FAP 219 in 1960.
43-22313 ... 43-22345
Douglas A-26B-15-DT Invader
MSN 18460/18492
22314 to civil registry as N4637V
22316 (409th BG, 642nd BS) shot down by AAA at Hillesheim, 10mi
NE of Prum, Germany Jan 25, 1945.  MACR 12406.  1 KIA, 2 POW.
22317 (668th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA and crashed near Losheim, Germany Dec 25, 1944.  MACR 11667.
Both crew KIA.
22323 (409th BG0 in landing accident at Florennes/Juzaine airfield A-78 Florennes, Belgium Mar 19, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22328 (640th BS, 409th BG) lost from unknown cause over France Jan 24, 1945.  MACR 12356.  Fate of 3 crew unknown.
22330 returned to USA at end of war.  'Terminated' Oct 23, 1950
22332 (642nd BS, 409th BG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing near Laon/Couvron Airfield A-70 Aisne, France
Mar 25, 1945.  All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22333 (33rd BG) lost Oct 9, 1944, South Atlantic.  MACR 8876
22336 collided in midair with 43-22298 over Warton Marsh Nov 29, 1944 during ferry
flight from Warton, Lancs to 409th BG, Bretigny in France.  All crew from
both planes killed and bodies recovered at that time.  In July 2004 a major
dig in Warton Marsh recovered the wreckage of both planes, which were
delivered to RAF Millom Museum at Haverigg, Cumbria. 
22338 (642nd BS, 409th BG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Laon/Couvron airfield A-70 Aisne, France
May 1, 1945.  All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22339 to France in Oct 1956 as 088-B.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Destroyed Mar 24, 1959.
22342 crash landed on beach between villages of Camelle and Laxe in Spain in 1944
22343 (TB-26C) crashed 2 mi from Tachikawa AB, Japan Oct 9, 1955 while attempting a go-around.  Two crew killed.
22344 (409th BG, 640th BS) lost Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12592.
43-22346 ... 43-22349
Douglas A-26C-16-DT Invader
MSN 18493/18496
22346 (B-26B) to France in April 1954 for service in Algeria.  Returned to USAF
Sept 1954.  Scrapped in late 1950s.
22346(?) to France in 1957 as 095-B. Lost in Algeria Dec 5, 1956.
22347 (646th BS, 410th BG) in landing accident at Juvincourt airfield A-68 Picardy, France Feb 13, 1945.
All three crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
22348 (646th BS, 410th BG) damaged in landing accident at Coulommiers/Voisins airfield A-58 Coulommiers, France
Jan 1, 1945.  All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
43-22350 ... 43-22399
Douglas A-26B-15-DT Invader
MSN 18497/18546
22353 (409th BG, 642nd BS) lost Mar 21, 1945
22354 coded 2A-S of 669th BS, 416th BG, named "Tom Swift's Flying Machine" exhibited in France 
after VE Day Aug-Sep 1945.
22357 (MSN 18504) to civil registry as N91348. To Conair Aviation as C-FBMS Apr 22, 1970,
registration cancelled Oct 16, 1989, then to display at British Columbia Aviation 
Museum, Canada since 1996 still registered as C-FBMS
22359 (409th BG, 642nd BS) lost Mar 21, 1945.  MACR 13228
22361 (642nd BS, 409th BG) in takeoff accident at Laon/Couvron Airfield A-70 Aisne, France Mar 26, 1945.
All 3 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed
22364 (640th BS, 409th BG) shot down by AAA over Germany Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12592.  Fate of crew unknown.
22365 (553rd BS, 386th BG) shot down by AAA over Weisbaden, Germany Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12953.  Both crew bailed
out and evaded capture with some Russian POWs that had escaped.  Rescued by an advanced US Army unit.
22366 delivered to USAAF Oct 11, 1944.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Mar 1951
22367 (669th BS, 416th BG) in landing accident at Laon/Athies airfield A-69 Picardy, France Jan 14, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
22374 with Aero Trader of Chino, CA as N6843D
22375 while returning from France experienced fuel starvation 90 mi E of Sao Luiz, Brazil and belly landed
on a beach.  Crew located and apparently survived.
22379 (409th BG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Melun Villaroche Airfield A-55 Seine-et-Marne, France
Dec 9, 1944.  All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22380 there is a photo this plane crashed near Bree, Belgium Mar 1945.
22386 to civil registry as N7752B
22390 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA 12/4/52 after night mission in Korea.
22392 to civil registry as N7719C, destroyed by hangar fire Dec 30, 1969.
22399 (ANG) in midair collision with Aeronca plane N47123 Sep 10, 1949.
43-22400 ... 43-22453
Douglas A-26B-20-DT Invader
MSN 18547/18600
22404 (553rd BS, 386th BG) in taxi accident at Beaumont-sur-Oise airfield A-60 Persan, France Mar 16, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22411 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed into mountain at Shikoku while attempting to land at Iwakuni, Japan 1/26/51.
22412 to France in Nov 1956 as 201-B.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU Jan 1964.  SOC Apr 29, 1965.
22415 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5161.  Scrapped 1968.
22416 to civil registry as N1394N, converted to On Mark Marksman prototype
N100Y, later N140Y, N190Y, N40XY.  Damaged by fire Beirut Dec 19, 1970.
22419 (671st BS, 416th BG) in landing accident at Laon/Athies Airfield A-69 Picardy, France Mar 21, 1945.
Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22424 (ATC) lost from unknown cause over South Atlantic near Brazil while on ferry flight Dec 15, 1944.
Fate of crew unknown.
22427 (B-26B) sold on commercial market as N91350.  To Portugal in 1965 as FAP
7105.  Abandoned at Luanda, Angola in 1975.
22436 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 827.
22440 (B-26C) to civil registry as N86489 then to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 905.
22441 (47th BG) lost Apr 23, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 14013
22444 converted to On Mark Marketeer N4050A.  Deconverted using parts from
44-34156 and now displayed at Vance AFB, OK, falsely marked as 434156
22445 to France in Nov 1956 as 275-B.  WFU Aug 1963.  SOC Feb 4, 1964.
22446 to France in Nov 1956 as 278-B.  WFU May 1964.  SOC June 14, 1965.
22448 to France in Dec 1956 as 284-B.  WFU Aug 1963.  SOC Feb 4, 1964.
22449 (95th BS, 17th BW) encountered heavy flak during night mission along east coast of North Korea Apr 27, 1953.
Never returned, 3 MIA.
22452 on civil registry as N74832, N3685G (?)
43-22454 ... 43-22466
Douglas A-26B-25-DT Invader
MSN 18601/18613
22455 (MSN 18602, TB-26B) to Cuba in 1957 as FAEC 935.
22456 (MSN 18603, B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5162. 
Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.
22457 (MSN 18604, B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5163. 
Withdrawn Oct 1967.
22458 (MSN 18605) loaned to France Mar 1953 for service
in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
22459 (MSN 18606) loaned to France May 1953 for service
in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
22460 (MSN 18607) identity given in error for 43-22416/N1394N
22461 (MSN 18608, B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5164.  Withdrawn June 1968.
22464 (MSN 18611) to France in Dec 1956 as 332-B.  WFU May 1964.  SOC Apr 29, 1965.
22466 (MSN 18613) to France in Mar 1957 as 338-B.
SOC after accident on Aug 13, 1964.
43-22467 ... 43-22493
Douglas A-26C-15-DT Invader
MSN 18614/18640
22469 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5146.  
W/o Jul 14, 1967 on takeoff from Natal.
22472 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5165.  Withdrawn Oct 1967.
22476 to Chile AF as 847 (?)
22477 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5166.  Withdrawn Jun 1968.
22478 to France in Nov 1959.  SOC Feb 4, 1964.
22479 on delivery to 9th AF when diverted to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England Dec 18, 1944
for unspecified trials, later to A&AEE at Boscombe Down.  To RAF as KL690.  Serial TW224 also 
allocated but alloted in error and never carried.  RAF decided not to proceed with the A-26 Mar 1945.  
Returned to USA Feb 11, 1947.  To US Navy as JD-1 BuNo 80621(?) in 1947.
22482 to RAF as KL691 for trials at A&AEE Boscombe Down.  Serial TW222 also allocated but was alloted in error 
but never carried.  Returned to USA Feb 11, 1947.  To US Navy as JD-1 BuNo 80622(?) in 1947.
22488 (TB-26B) SOC from Hill AFB Jun 30, 1954 and transferred to US Navy for JD-1 conversion.
22489 to France in March 1960.  WFU Mar 1965.  SOC Oct 25, 1965.
43-22494 ... 43-22564
Douglas A-26C-20-DT Invader
MSN 18641/18711
22494 delivered to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  Redesignated JDB-26C
Apr 1955.  To MASDC Aug 1958.  To display Dec 1960
at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
22495 (668th BS, 416th BG) crashed from unknown cause Mar 28, 1945 near Erbach, Germany.  MACR 13520.  
Both crew killed.
22496 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5147.  Refurbished in 1968.  WFU 1975
22497 to France in 1956 as 182-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU Mar 12965.  SOC Sept 16, 1965.
22499 at Bradley International Airport, CT. as N86481.  In 2009
was being refurbished at the New England Air Museum, Bradley
IAP, CT.  Effort was initiated in Nov 2003, completed Oct 2012.  Now on display in Military Hangar at
New England Air Museum.
22500 used by 25th BG for clandestine operations over Germany.
On return from an agent-dropping sortie over Germany Jan 7, 1945,
crash landed at Watton on return due to hydraulic failure.  In March of
1945, the entire OSS operations at Watton were transferred to Harrington
under control of the 492nd BG.
22505 to civil registry as N9419Z, HP-333
22507 (670th BS, 416th BG) collided with A-26C 43-22523 in midair 4 mi NW of Neerpelt, Belgium and
crashed Mar 21, 1945.  All three crew killed.
22509 (555th BS, 386th BG) in taxi accident at St-Trond Airfield A-92 Saint-Truiden, Belgium Apr 10, 1945.
All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22511 to civil registry as N86469.  Crashed May 4, 1971
22512 (668th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Heinersheim, Germany Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12346.
All 3 crew bailed out and became POW.
22513 used by 492nd BG, 856th BS for clandestine operations over Germany
22521 (669th BS, 416th BG) shot down by AAA over Worms, Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13153.  2 crew KIA, one
bailed out and became POW.
22522 (554th BS, 386th BG) crashed from unknown cause near Rothernburg, Germany while on mission
to Erbach, Germany Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13619.  All 3 crew killed.
22523 (MSN 18670) identity given in error for 43-22444/N4050A.  With 668th BS, 416th BG collided in midair
with A-26C 43-22507 4 mi NW of Neerpelt, Belgium.  All 4 crew killed.
22524 (HQ Squadron, 492nd BG) lost over Germany Mar 19, 1945 while returning from agent-dropping sortie over Germany.  MACR 13261.
The 492nd was a B-24 unit and used this aircraft for clandestine operations over Germany.
22526 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 815.
22528 to civil registry as N9438Z, N36B(?), N61A
22530 (MSN 18677, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1954 as FAP 574.  Renumbered FAP 215 in 1960.
22533 to civil registry as N6845D
22537 (B-26B) to France in July 1960.  SOC in 1961.
22542 (B-26C) to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 907.
22546 (B-26B) to France in Dec 1959.  SOC on Sept 19, 1960.
22551 (86th BS, 47th BG) in taxi accident at Grosseto airfield, Italy Apr 14, 1945.  All 3 crew survived.
Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22559 (MSN 18749) to civil registry in 1966 as N91359 with Flight Enterprises
Inc of Prescott AZ.  Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969.
22562 (ATC) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Parnamirin field, Natal, Brazil while on ferry flight
Jan 27, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
22564 (MSN 18711, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1954 as FAP 576.  Renumbered FAP 214 in 1960.
43-22565 ... 43-22751
Douglas A-26C-25-DT Invader
MSN 18712/18898
22566 (85th BS, 47th BG) in taxi accident at Grosseto airfield, Italy Apr 8, 1945.  All 3 crew survived.
Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22567 (84th BS, 47th BG) in taxi accident at Grossetto Airfield, Italy Apr 8, 1945.  All 3 crew survived.
Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22568 (ATC) in landing accident at Marrakech airfield station 10 Marrakech, Morocco Jan 24, 1945 while on
ferry flight.  All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22569 to civil registry as N3478G
22572 (4th Ferrying Group, ATC) in taxi accident at Mallard Field, Dakar, Senegal, French West Africa
Feb 14, 1945 while on ferry flight.  All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22573 (85th BS, 47th BG) in ground accident at Grosset Airfield, Grosseto, Italy Apr 14, 1945.  All 3 crew
survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22575 (97th BS, 47th BG) in landing accident at Grosseto Airfield, Grosseto, Italy Mar 16, 1945.  All 3
crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22576 (B-26B) to Cuba in 1957 as FAEC 933.
22577 (86th BS, 47th BG) in takeoff accident at Grosseto Airfield, Grosseeto, Italy due to engine
failure Apr 5, 1945.  All 3 crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if survived.
22578 to France in Jan 1957 as 321-C.  Lost at Ouargla, Algeria on Sept 12, 1957.
Probably to civil registry as N6755C before 1957.
22579 (B-26B) to France in Dec 1956 as 322-B.  Renumbered with USAF serial in Mar 1959.
WFU June 1964.  SOC June 12, 1965.
22586 to civil registry as N3489G, planned sale in 1960 to Indonesia
as M-261 not delivered.  Sometimes quoted in error as 43-22856.
22588 (MSN 18735, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1954 as FAP 570.  Renumbered FAP 227 in 1960.  Preserved at Las
Palmas Air Force Base
22597 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1975 as 5148. W/o Aug 5, 1965 at Natal
22602 converted to Or Mark Marketeer N9990Z.  Acquired in 1974
by Military Aircraft Restoration Group, Long Beach, CA but
undercarriage collapsed during delivery at Orlando, FL.
Displayed at Wings and Wheels Museum, Orland in 1975.
This museum closed about 1982.  There are a couple
of photos of N9990Z with no sign of Marketeer modification.
Noted Sep 1984 displayed at restaurant at West Palm Beach, FL
22603 (573rd BS, 391st BG) in taxi accident at Maastricht Airfield Y-44 Beek, Netherlands Apr 21, 1945.  All 3
crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22604 (MSN 18751) Lend-lease to RAF as KL692.  Order cancelled and aircraft was returned to USAAF
22605 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5167.  W/o Jun 10, 1963 
at Caravelas.
22606 delivered to USAAF Jan 27, 1944. To city of Boise, ID for
display.  Later destroyed by vandals.
22608 (ATC) in ground accident at Parnamirin Field, Natal, Brazil Feb 17, 1945 while on ferry flight.
All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22609 to France in Dec 1956 as 358-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial in Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N August 1961.  WFU.  SOC Feb 12, 1964.
Probably to civil registry as N6756C before 1957.
22610 used by 492nd BG, 856th BS (a B-24 unit) for clandestine operations over Germany.  In landing accident at RAF Rackheath
airfield, Norfolk, England.  All three crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
22611 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7401 in Mar 1948.  SOC Sept 1948.
22612 (MSN 18759) registered as N3710G to Duane Egli of San Antonio, TX 
for aerial surveying.  Acquired by Euroworld and delivered to
Biggin Hill AP, England May 12, 1979.  Crashed at Biggin Hill, UK Sep 21, 1980
22615 to France in Feb 1957 as 364-C. Renumbered with USAF serial in Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P Feb 1961. WFU.  SOC Feb 10, 1966.  To F-BMJQ.  Stored
at Creil AP, France. Scrapped c1970.
22616 to civil registry as N3491G
22617 (572nd BS, 391st BS) in landing accident at Asch Airfield Y-29 Genk, Belgium May 7, 1945.  All 3 crew
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
22621 to civil registry as N9161Z.  Destroyed in hangar fire Dec 30, 1969.
22623 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7407 in Mar 1948.  SOC Sept 1949.
22624 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7422 in Mar 1948.  SOC 1954.
22626 used by 492nd BG, 856th BS for clandestine operations over Germany
22627 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7402 in Mar 1948.  SOC 1954.
22629 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAP 2505.  w/o Nov 11, 1955 at Cartagena.  I also have this
plane as going to Peru in 1955.
22631
22636 (2nd Base Air Depot) in taxi accident at RAF Warton airfield, Lancashire, England Mar 31, 1945.  Only
ground crew involved and none ingored.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Must have been
repaired, since went to civil registry as N3490G
22637 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7410 in Mar 1948  SOC Nov 1948.
22642 (554th BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause Mar 14, 1945 Germany.  MACR 13021.  Fate of crew unknown.
22643 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7437 in July 1949.  SOC 1954.
22644 crashed into Choctawhatchee Bay, FL Apr 28, 1945 while dropping Highball/Speedee bouncing bomb.  This was 
the American designation for the British Highball 'bouncing bomb. The drop was made from 
about 12 ft, the bomb bouncing straight up and taking the tail off.
22645 (87th Service Squadron, 391st BG) in ground accident at Maastricht Airfield Y-44 Beek, Netherlands
May 4, 1945.  All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22647 (MSN 18794) to civil registry as N8023E in 1966 with Consolidated
Air Parts Corp of Los Angeles, CA.  Reported derelict at
Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
22648 (574th BS, 391st BG) in landing accident at Roye/Amy Airfield A-73 Picardy, France Apr 10, 1945.
All 3 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
22649 (MSN 18796) delivered to USAAF Feb 8, 1944.  Assigned to Hunter AAF, GA.  Assigned to 9th AF in UK.
Returned to USA Jul45 and stored.  Modified as TA-26C Jan 1948.
Assigned to 186th Fighter Squadron, Air National Guard, Gore AFB, MT.
Redesignated as TB-26C Jun 1949.
Assigned to the 207th Tow Target Flight (TTF), Air National Guard, Key Field, MO Mar51
In May 1951 the aircraft transferred with the 207th TTF to Tactical Air Command at New Castle AFB, Delaware, 
the following month the 207th TTF was renamed to 2nd Tow Target Squadron (TTS)
In 1953 the aircraft received a solid nose and transferred with the 2nd TTS to Mitchel AFB, New York. 
In November 1959 it was withdrawn from actice service again and stored at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona.
In December 1963 the aircraft was delivered to On Mark at Van Nuys, California, for remanufacture to B-26K Counter Invader
Serial 43-22649 was stricken off on January 16, 1964, and subsequently it received the new serial 64-17657. 
22650 (575th BS, 391st BG) in landing accident at Aachen Airfield Y-46 Wurselen, Germany Apr 21, 1945.
All 3 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
22651 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7423 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958.
22652 to civil registry as N8018E, C-GHCE.  Now on display at Travis AFB Museum, California
22653 (MSN 18800) to civil registry as N9402Z.  To Airspray of Canada as C-GPTW Apr 23, 1981, Air Spray #26
22656 to France in Feb 1957 as 405-C.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU Feb 1965.  SOC Sept 16, 1965.
22659 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7443 in 1949.  SOC Feb 1953
22660 to civil registry as N9087Z, N3711G.   To Air Spray 1967 Ltd of Edmonton, Alberta,
Canada May 23, 1972 as fire sprayer under registration CF-EZX, changed to C-FEZX in
1974.  W/o in crash Jul 1, 2000 near Grande Prairie, Alberta
22663 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7408 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958.
22664 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7429 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958
22665 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17664 in 1964.
22666 (MSN 18813, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1954 as FAP 572.  Renumbered FAP 229 in 1960.
22667 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7416 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958.
22668 (MSN 18815, B-26B) sold on commercial market as N3691G.  To Nicaragua in 1963 as 602 "hangar queen"  
To N99422 in 1977 trade, but found not airworthy and abandoned.  
22669 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1957 as FAP 2516 
22673 (MSN 18820) to civil registry as N9159Z, then N157Z (probably an error), then C-GHLM of Conair.  Crashed at
Gates Lake, BC Jul 2, 1975.
22674 (MSN 18821, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in Oct 1954 as FAP 573.  Renumbered FAP 230 in 1960.
22676 on civil registry as N3709G
22678 (B-26C) SOC by USAF at Davis Monthan Jan 29, 1958.
22679 (B-26B) to Saudi Arabia in 1955 as 
RSAF 302. Preserved as gate guard near Riyadh.  Now painted as 612.
22680 (MSN 18827, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1958 as FAP 585.  Renumbered FAP 224 in 1960.
22683 (B-26C) to Turkey as 7411 in Mar 1948.  SOC Mar 1950.
22687 (ATC) collided in midair with A-26C 43-22688 20 mi NW of Atkinson Field, British Guiana Mar 14, 1945 while
on ferry flight. Crashed during wheels up belly landing.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
22688 (ATC) collided in midair with A-26C 43-22687 20 MI NW of Atkinson Field, British Guiana Mar 14, 1945 while
on ferry flight.  Able to land.  All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
22690 to civil registry as N3487G
22692 to France in July 1960.  WFU Aug 1963.  SOC Feb 4, 1964.
22696 to civil registry as N5037K, N85W
22699 (cm 18872, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1954 as FAP 571.  Renumbered FAP 228 in 1960.
22707 (VB-26B?) to Guatemala in 1960 as 424(?).
22712 (MSN 18859) to Norton AFB, CA for storage.  to civil registry as N2880G Oct 28, 1958
cancelled Feb 25 1959 on export to Venezuela.  To YV-E-GPA.  Reported
crashed and destroyed in 1965.
22717 (MSN 18864, TB-26C) to Guatemala AF in 1960 as FAG 416. W/o 1964
22718 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAP 2506.  
22720 later rebuilt as B-26K 64-17649 in 1964-66.
22725 (MSN 18872, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1957 as FAP 581.  Renumbered FAP 220 in 1960.
22728 (B-26C) to Chile as 842 in 1958.  
Converted to B-26D.  Reported as being
sold to Confederate Air Force in 1980 but not delivered?
22729 (MSN 18876, B-26C) on civil registry as N9424Z.  Reported in
F. A. Conner scrap compound, Miami, FL Oct 1978.
22730 (MSN 18877) to civil registry as N8027E in 1966 with 
Consolidated Air Parts Corp of Los Angeles, CA.  Reported
derelict at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969.
22732 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17648 in 1964.
22744 to France in July 1960.  Suffered
accident Nov 22, 1961.  SOC May 7, 1962.
22746 to France in July 1960.  WFU Aug 1963.
SOC Feb 4, 1964.  I have a report of this plane going to Chile in
1958 as 847, but this is probably 44-22476.
22747 loaned to France Mar 1952 for service
in Indochina.  Destroyed by sabotage at Cat Bi.
22751 (B-26C) to Chile in 1958 as 839.
44-34098 ... 44-34217
Douglas A-26B-45-DL Invader
MSN 27377/27496
34098 (3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed into Yellow Sea Apr 19, 1952.
34099 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 820?
34100 subsequently converted to A-26D.
34102 (MSN 27381) to civil registry as N4060A, crashed while
firebombing at Hubbards Fork, KY Mar 5, 1963
34103 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at
Jeddah in 1976.
34104 (B-26B, cn 27383) sold on commercial market as
N9484Z.  To Nicaragua in 1963 as
FAN 420.  Reserialed FAN 604.  Became N99420 in 1977 trade.  Now
registered as N99420 with Military Aircraft Restoration Corp of
Anaheim, CA.  No evidence of a N99429 registration.
34108 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17677.
34109 (B-26C) loaned to France Apr 1952 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34110 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 909
34111 W/O Jul 28, 1950 10 miles east of Langley  (Mid air with 44-35806?? also lost near Langley)
34112 damaged Dec 12, 1950 nr Elgin, Ok
34113 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
34114 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
34118 damaged Jun 8, 1945 Beaumont-sur-oise, France(?) on takeoff
34119 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17651 in 1964.
34120 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5168.  Withdrawn
June 1968.
34121 To French AF from 1952 to 19565.  SOC Mar 6, 1958.  To
Rock Island Oil and Refining Co for conversion to Consort 26
as N4805E.  Later to Canadian registry with Air Spray (67), 
Ltd of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada Jan 18, 2001 as C-GHZM tanker.
34122 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2501
34124 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 828?
34126 W/O Apr 19, 1945 Roberts Fd, Liberia
34127 (MSN 27406) became N4214A, Then XB-ZOA.  2nd LB Smith Tempo II
34128 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 830
34131 (B-26C) to Chile in 1945 as 817.
w/o Aug 13, 1968.
34134 sold on civilian market as N4974N.
Later converted to Le Tourneau B-26 and reregistered N115R, later
N115RG.  Impounded by Brazil on Jun 21, 1966 and used by
Brazilian air force as 5176.  Now at Museu de Armas e 
Velculos Motorizadas Antigos, Bebedouro, Brazil
Registration N115RG cancelled Sep 30, 2005 as destroyed
Sep 14, 1971.
34135 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17673 in 1964.
34136 (MSN 27415) to civil registry as N8017E.  To CF-KBM.  To Airspray of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada May
2, 1985 as C-FKBM.  Air Spray #20
34138 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Fate
unknown.
34139 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Fate unknown.
34141 (TB-26B) damaged Jan 31, 1951 nr Birmingham Al. (mid-air with TB-26B 44-34561)
34144 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at
Jeddah in 1976.
34145 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17665 in 1964.
34146 (MSN 27425) to civil registry as N5426E.  Crashed at Idaho
Falls, ID Jul 10, 1973, presumably repaired and reported
crashing at Grand Valley, CO Jul 16, 1976
34147 (B-26C) loaned to France July 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954 and scrapped.
34147 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 911.  Conflict here
34148 to civil registry as N6842D
34149 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed near Taegu after being
hit by small arms fire.
34151 (MSN 27430) reported in 1988 at Flying Tiger Air Museum,
Paris, TX
34152(?) to France as 7077-C in August 1956.
USAF and AA serials uncertain.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident on Apr 28, 1964.
34153 (MSN 27432) to civil registry as N8022E in 1966 with Consolidated
Air Parts Corp, Los Angeles, CA.  Reported Nov 1969 to be
derelict at Tucson, AZ
34156 (MSN 27435) converted to TB-26B.  To civil registry as XB-COM, XC-CAZ, 
N190M.  To USAFM Heritage Program in 1984.  To Aero
Nostalgia Inc of Stockton Ca Aug 1985, but crashed
Paris, TX Aug 17, 1985 during delivery flight.  A few parts used to rebuild
43-22523 (now marked as 434156 at Vance AFB, Oklahoma.  The rear fuselage
was reported in 1988 to have gone to Travis AFB Museum.
34158 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2511. w/o Apr 7, 1967 at La Victoria, Caldas
34160 modified as VB-26B.  Transferred to National Guard.  Last US militry Invader, SOC 1971 and donated to
NASM
34161 damaged Apr 8, 1945 North AAF, SC  (taxi accident)
34162 loaned to France Feb 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34163 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5149.  Refurbished 1968 into B-26C.  Withdrawn 1974.
34164 W/O Dec 20, 1954 25-miles South East of Springfield, MO. (Eng Failure)
34165 to civil registry as N9146H, now on display at Edwards AFB Flight Test Museum, CA.
34167 (B-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 570-C. Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU April 1965.  SOC Oct 25, 1965.
34168 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 819?
34170 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 821?
34172 (B-26C) on civil registry as N4806E.  Was imported into England Jul 17, 1986 for 
restoration; presumably this is still under way.  Noted Aug 2002 stored at
Norwich, England.  Sold to Association Francaise pour la Recherche et le Beausset, Avignon, France Jul 2011
34173 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17675 in 1964.
34174 (452nd BG(Light), 729th BS (Light)) based at George AFB Calif., collided in flight 
over El Mirage Dry Lake with B-26 44-34677  Aug 24, 1950  All crewmen killed.  
34184 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17655 in 1964.
34186 (TB-26C) to France in May 1960.  WFU Feb 1967.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
34190 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2510.  w/o Sept 9, 1956 at Palanquero.
34194 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
34196 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5150.  
Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.
34198 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17679 in 1964.
34199 (MSN 27478, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1956 as FAP 578.  Renumered FAP 217 in 1960.  Crashed Oct 1965.
34200 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea Jan 6, 1952.
34201 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2502.
w/o Nov 9, 1956 at German Olano Air Base
34204 damaged Feb 11, 1949 Bedford AB, Ma  (taxi accident)
34206 (B-26B, MSN 27485) sold on commercial market as
N86479.  To Nicaragua in 1964 as FAN 422.  Crashed Mar 1967
34207 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5151.  w/o 
Aug 9, 1965 at Natal.
34208 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5152.  Withdrawn 1975.
34209 W/O April 12, 1945 near Columbia, SC
34210 (B-26C) to France in Jan 1957 as 613-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N Aug 1961. SOC after accident at Randon, Algeria Mar 6, 1962.
34211 (MSN 27490) converted to B-26C.  To civil registry as N8024E
34212 (MSN 27491, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1957 as FAP 582.  Renumbered FAP 221 in 1960.
34213 (B-26C) to France in Nov 1956 as 616-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N Aug 1961.  WFU
Nov 1964.  SOC Jun 14, 1965.
34214 (B-26C) to France in Mar 1957 as 617-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial of
44-34274 (wrong) in Mar 1959. Converted to B-26APQ13 in 1962.
WFU May 1967.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
34215 (TA-26B) damaged Aug 29, 1945 Seymour-Johnson AB, NC  (taxi accident)
34216 damaged Dec 19, 1946 Patterson Fd, Ohio  (cr landing)
34217 given to US Navy as XJD-1 (Bu. No. 57990).
44-34218 ... 44-34286
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27497/27565
34218 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed I bay near Iwakuni due to
fuel shortage 3/3/51.
34221 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA in night mission 5/21/51.
34222 (8th BS, 3rd BG) lost 12/6/50 during night mission
due to fuel exhaustion.
34223 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/19/50.
34226 W/O Aug 8, 1947 Yokota AB, Japan (crash landing)
34227 W/O Apr 5, 1946 Ditched off Moji, Japan
34230 (B-26C) loaned to France Feb 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34231 W/O Feb 18, 1947 cr nr Matsudo, Japan
34232 damaged May 9, 1945 Hunter Fd, Ga  (Landing)
34233 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/3/50.
34234 (3rd BW, 13th BS) shot down by AAA near Chong-Ju, Korea Jul 28, 1950
34235 W/O Jul 26, 1946 Itazuke AB, Japan (Landing)
34236 (8th BS, 3rd BG) shot down during night mission 1/21/50.
34237 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/4/50.
34238 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed into Yellow Sea 6/28/50 after returning from mission.
34240 (13th BS, 3rd BG) destroyed 7/6/50 on bomb run by own bomb explosion.
34241 W/O Feb 25, 1949 Itami AB, Japan (crash landing)
34242 W/O Nov 25, 1947 crashed 35-miles South of Itami AB, Japan
34243 W/O Feb 27, 1948 Omura Bombing Range, Jap
34244 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed and burned during takeoff at K-2
4/19/51.  Napalm tank accidentally released and damaged flap, 
causing loss of control and crash.
34245 W/O May 20, 1947 Yokota AB, Japan  (landing)
34246 damaged 17 Dec 1949 Kazule AB, Japan (landing)
34247 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea.
34248 damaged Apr 7, 1947 Itami AB, Japan (takeoff accident
34249 W/o Apr 20, 1947 Lake Biwako, Japan (ditched)
34251 damaged Oct 1, 1946 Itazuke AB, Japan  (ground accident)
34253 W/O Mar 30, 1951 Japan
34254 (13th BS, 3re BW) damaged by AAA and landed at K-6 and
w/o as total loss Feb 23, 1951.
34256 W/O May 15, 1946 Missing-30 miles N.W. of Oura, Japan
34257 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed 3/20/51 during night 
training mission.  KORWALD database has this plane having
been shot down by AAA on night intruder mission Mar 5, 1951.
34258 damaged Aug 28, 1946 Yokota AB, Japan (landing)
34260 damaged Oct 17, 1950 Haneda, Japan (landing)
34262 W/O Feb 27, 1949 Mt Fuji, Japan
34263 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed 7/28/50 near Chonju
after engine fire caused by small arms fire. 
34265 (13th BS, 3rd BW) crashlanded at Suwon Jan 24, 1951 and was
destroyed to prevent capture by the enemy.
34266 (3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed near K-2, Korea Jan 3, 1951. 
34267 (3rd BW, 8th BS) hit by ground fire and crashlanded at
K-13, Korea Mar 4, 1951. 
34268 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
34269 damaged Jun 4, 1947 Itami AB, Japan (landing) 
34270 w/o Jan 20, 1947 Yoshino-Gun, Japan
34271 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 913
34274 w/o Jul 14, 1947 near Yokota AB, Japan
34275 damaged in landing Apr 18, 1947 at Itami AB, Japan
34276 damaged on takeoff May 8, 1947 at Itami AB, Japan
34277 (13th BS, 3rd BG) Class 26 Jun 30, 1950 due to enemy ground fire, repaired.
34279 (8th Bs, 3rd BG) crash landed Aug 14, 1950 on beach
near Miho, Japan due to fuel exhaustion and was destroyed.
34281 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 2/20/52.
34286 (3rd BW, 8th BS) hit by AAA and landed at K-13, Korea
Jul 7, 1951.
44-34287 ... 44-34287
Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
MSN 27566
With 13th BS, 3rd BG, "Old Able" crashed due to fuel exhaustion on final approach 12/14/50.  Aircraft repaired.
To Colombia (as B-26C) in 1956 as FAC 2508. w/o Mar 20, 1963 at Cartagena.
44-34288 ... 44-34296
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27567/27575
44-34297 ... 44-34298
Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
MSN 27576/27577
34297 (13th BS, 3rd BG) lost 2/21/51 when bomb 
exploded prematurely on bomb run.
44-34299 ... 44-34322
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27578/27601
34299 to France in Nov 1956 as 702-B
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident at Bone Feb 8, 1960.
34300 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA Apr 4, 1952 after night mission in Korea.
34301 (25th BS, 3rd BG) class 26 6/28/50 due to enemy ground fire.
34304 (13th BS, 3rd BG) hit tree on strafing run 
11/3/50. Left at AB in Korea
34308 (B-26C) to France in Oct 1956 as 711-C
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into RB-26P Aug 1960.  WFU
Feb 1966.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
34309 (MSN 27588, 3rd BG, 13th BS) was a Shoran-equipped aircraft.
34312 (MSN 27591, B-26C) to France in Dec 1956 as 715-C.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into RB-26P Feb 1961.  WFU
Jan 1966.  SOC Aug 10, 1966.  To
F-BMJR and later to Biafra.  Scrapped 1967.
34313 (MSN 27592) went directly to storage and then to Korea with
3rd BW and then to 452nd BW.  Damaged by AAA Dec 27, 1951
and recovered at K-46, Korea.  In May 1952 to 17th
BW.  Sold as surplus in 1957 and registered as N5457V.  Modified as aerial
tanker in 1960 and flew in Oregon as air tanker
until 1974.  Sold to Conair in British Columbia as C-GHLK
until retired in 1987.  Resided in Canadian museums until 
purchased by David Lane and is flying as
N119DR.  Seen at Reno Air Races Aug 2002.  In 2007 seen sitting
in a storage yard at San Diego Air and Space Museum.
34314 (8th BS, 3rd BG) shot down by ground fire during
night mission 9/14/51.  Medal of Honor for
John S. Walmsley, Jr.
34316 converted to B-26C.  To Colombia in 1957 as FAC 2517.
34317 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA 12/26/52 after night mission
in Korea.
34318 salvaged at K-9 in Korea May 28, 1952.
34320 loaned to France Jan 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34321 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission 11/23/51.
44-34323 ... 44-34323
Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
MSN 27602
44-34324 ... 44-34326
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27603/27605
34325 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission in Korea.
34326 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 915
44-34327 ... 44-34327
Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
MSN 27606
44-34328 ... 44-34330
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27607/27609
34328 sold on commercial market as N9422Z.
To Portugal in 1965.  Abandoned
at Luanda, Angola in 1975.
34329 (B-26C) loaned to France Jul 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954 
34329 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5169.  
Withdrawn June 1968.
44-34331 ... 44-34331
Douglas A-26B-51-DL Invader
MSN 27610.  Shot down by flak (8th BS, 3rd BG) 2/17/51.
44-34332 ... 44-34332
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27611 
Flew into a mountain on instrument approach to Tachikawa Feb 6, 1952.
44-34333 ... 44-34334
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27612/27613
34333 damaged in landing at K-8 Kunsan AB, Korea Sep 16, 1951.
44-34335 ... 44-34335
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27614.  To N5032K, cancelled 1960
44-34336 ... 44-34338
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27615/27617
34336 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed in target area 10/15/51.
34337 (452nd, 728th BS) MIA in night intruder mission Sep 7, 1951.
34338 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
44-34339 ... 44-34339
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27618.  8th BS, 3re BG Crashed into mountain during
strafing run 6/29/50.
44-34340 ... 44-34342
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27619/27621
34342 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 9/2/51.
44-34343 ... 44-34343
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27622.  W/o May 9, 1946 at Arari, Japan
44-34344 ... 44-34346
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27623/27625
34344 (MSN 27623) to civil registry as N91356.  Crashed Jun 28, 1969, 
damaged in 1972 when nosewheel collapsed at Ames, IA.
Scrapped at Ames 1974.
34345 (17th BW, 34th BS) lost on night intruder mission Feb 4, 1953.
34346 (B-26B) kept in reserve at Clark Field
for Operation *Haik* in 1958.
44-34347 ... 44-34347
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27626.  13th BS, 3rd BG crashed on takeoff in Korea Aug 26, 1951.
Cockpit canopy inadvertently opened on takeoff and pilot made
an accidental ditching into the bay.  One crew member drowned.
44-34348 ... 44-34350
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27627/27629
34348 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1957 as FAC 2518.
34349 (452nd BW, 729th BS) crashed during recon mission in Wonsan
area Oct 1, 1951
34350 delivered to USAAF Apr 20, 1945.  To MASDC Dec 1964.
Dropped from inventory as suprlus Oct 1969
44-34351 ... 44-34351
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27630.  MIA on night mission with 13th BS, 3rd BG
1/13/51.  One crewman evaded and returned.
44-34352 ... 44-34363
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27631/27642
34353 (452nd BW, 729th BS) hit by AAA and crashlanded at K-14,
Korea Jun 26, 1951.
34357 (90th BS, 3rd BG) crashed and burned 10/21/51 at K-8
during landing after return from combat mission.
34358 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 1/26/52.
34361 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17652 in 1964.
34362 (452nd BW, 728th BS) crashed into bridge during landing
Aug 5, 1951.
44-34364 ... 44-34364
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27643
34364 (13th BS, 3rd BG) damaged Feb 8, 1952 in Korea when flew
throough its own rocket blast.  Repaired.  When returning
from mission Apr 7, 1952, pilot overstressed the aircraft
during a series of barrel rolls and bent the wing.  Returned
to USA and rebuilt.   Converted to B-26C and loaned to 
France Jul 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954 and scrapped.
44-34365 ... 44-34367
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27644/27646
34365 (452nd BW, 729th BS) crashed into sea 3 mi E of Pusan
East (K-9), Korea Sep 25, 1951.
34366 (452nd BW, 729th BS) damaged by AAA Feb 15, 1951.
44-34368 ... 44-34368
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27647.  8th BS, 3rd BG.  Crashed 7/2/50 near Korean
coast, Jukae-shima.  Crew rescued by helo.
44-34369 ... 44-34371
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27648/27650
44-34372 ... 44-34372
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27651. (13th BS, 3rd BG) Destroyed in takeoff crash in Korea Jan 4, 1952.
Three crewmembers survived.
44-34373 ... 44-34376
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27652/27655
34373 (8th BS, 3rd BG) hit over target Seo 2, 1950 and exploded.
34374 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA with crew of 3 after night mission 
in Korea July 3, 1951.
34375 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed near Taejon 7/6/50 after
being hit by small arms fire.  3 parachutes seen.
34376 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
Apr/Jun 1958.  To HP-323 in 1961.  Probably registered on paper
only.  Got a civil registration of N5002X, but went
to Vietnam between 1963 and 1964 under *Farm Gate*
Scrapped at Clark Field.
44-34377 ... 44-34377
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27656.  8th BS, 3rd BG Class 26 7/29/50 due to major
wing spar damage from small arms fire.  Lost near Singye, North Korea (728th BS, 452nd BW) Sep 7, 1951
on night intruder mission. 
44-34378 ... 44-34381
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27657/27660
34378 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed near Taegu (K-2) 11/29/50 due
to fuel exhaustion and battle damage
34379 (13th BS, 3rd BG) damaged by ground fire June 28, 1950 at
Kimpo.  Abandoned and destroyed by enemy ground fire
44-34382 ... 44-34382
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27661
44-34383 ... 44-34386
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27662/27665
34385 (8th BS, 3rd BG) hit by flak and crashed 11/11/50
34386 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission 2/11/51.
44-34387 ... 44-34387
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27666
44-34388 ... 44-34392
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27667/27671
34390 (B-26C) loaned to France Feb 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955.  Became Monarch 26 conversion N6836D.
I also have this one as having hit a
tree on a strafing run and left at K-2 base
in Korea 11/9/50.
44-34393 ... 44-34393
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27672
44-34394 ... 44-34398
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27673/27677
34395 to Turkey as 7431 in Aug 1949.  SOC Aug 1958
34398 to Turkey as 7428 in Mar 1948.  Soc Sep 1950  
44-34399 ... 44-34399
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27678
44-34400 ... 44-34404
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27679/27683
34401 to France in Dec 1959.  Used for  
testing of Antilope and Rafal radars.
SOC c1968.
44-34405 ... 44-34405
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27684.  13th BS, 3rd BG hit obstacle on strafing
run Wonsan, Korea and crashed into sea 5/5/51.
44-34406 ... 44-34408
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27685/27687
44-34409 ... 44-34409
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27688
44-34410 ... 44-34412
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27689/27691
34411 delivered to USAAF Jun 11, 1945.  (B-26C) to France 
in Feb 1960.  Lost Nov 28, 1961 in collision with 44-35765
during night patrol over Morice Line.
34412 w/o at Panagarh, India in ground acident Sep 15, 1945.
44-34413 ... 44-34413
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27692.  MIA on bombing mission with 8th BS, 3rd BG
2/25/51 near Sunan, Korea.
44-34414 ... 44-34416
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27693/27695
34414 to Turkey as 7432 in Aug 1949.  SOC in 1954
34415 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  To civil registry as
N60042 or N60043, later N5002X.  Converted to On Mark
Marksman N900V in 1964, then allegedly marked, N46358, then
correctly registered N46598 in 1967.
Later named *Blue Goose* and equipped with terrain following
radar for night drops in Vietnam.  Known to have been used in Laos
by Air America.
34416 converted to FA-26 reconnaissance aircraft.  Later to Turkey
44-34417 ... 44-34417
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27696.  MIA with 452nd BW, 730th BS) near Kangdong, Korea 
Mar 22, 1952.
44-34418 ... 44-34419
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27697/27698
34418 to Turkey as 7403 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958 
44-34420 ... 44-34420
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27699.  (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA 5/30/52 after night 
mission in Korea.
44-34421 ... 44-34422
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27700/27701
34421 to Turkey as 7412 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958
34422 (MSN 27701) crashed in Yunnan, China Oct 4, 1945.
44-34423 ... 44-34423
Douglas A-26B-56-DL Invader
MSN 27702.  Converted to On Mark Marketeer to N9594Z.  Modified for extra long
range using a Marksman wing with tip tanks salvaged from a Marksman that
had been damaged by fire.  To Canada as C-GHLI.  Damaged by fire
in 1984.  Static rebuild in 1990.  Now on display at Fairchild AFB, WA.
44-34424 ... 44-34472
Douglas A-26B-55-DL Invader
MSN 27703/27751
34424 damaged Feb 3, 1947 in taxi accident at Neubiberg AB, West Germany
34425 to Turkey as 7430 in Jul 1948.  SOC in 1954
34426 to Turkey as 7425 in Mar 1948.  Crashed on takeoff from Elazig,
Turkey Jun 13, 1950.   2 crew killed.
34427(MSN 27706) to civil registry as N4712C
34429 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 917
34430 to Turkey as 7404 in Mar 1948.  SOC Nov 1948
34433 to Turkey as 7441 in Jul 1949.  SOC 1954
34436 to Turkey as 7413 in Mar 1948.  SOC 1954 
34440 converted to FA-26 reconnaissance aircraft.  Later to Turkey.
34443 to Turkey as 7405 in Mar 1948.  SOC in 1954? 
34444 to Turkey as 7414 in Mar 1948.  SOC Mar 1950
34445 to Turkey as 7445 in Aug 1949.  Crashed Nov 30, 1950
near Malatya, Turkey.  2 crew killed.
34447 to Turkey as 7438 in Jul 1949. SOC Aug 1958.  KORWALD database has this one
as being damaged by MiG Feb 10, 1951.
34449 (B-26C) to France in Apr 1960.
WFU Mar 1965.  SOC Oct 25, 1965.
34450 converted to RB-26B and used during mid 1950s by 7499th Composite Sqdn
as spyplane operating from Wiesbaden AB, West Germany
34452 to Turkey as 7417 in Mar 1948.  SOC Aug 1958
34453 to Turkey as 7424 in Mar 1948.  SOC Jul 1951 
34460 to Turkey as 7433 in Jul 1949.  SOC in 1954
34461 to Turkey as 7434 in Jul 1949.  SOC in 1954
34463 (ATC) in takeoff accident at Ondal Airfield (A-18) Ondal, India while on ferry flight Jul 3, 1945.
All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
34466 to Turkey as 7435 in Jul 1949.   SOC Aug 1958.  KORWALD database has this one
as suffering minor battle damage Feb 20, 1951.
34468 to Turkey as 7436 in Jul 1949.  SOC in 1954
34469 to Turkey as 7444 in Jul 1949.  SOC Feb 1953  
34472 to Turkey as 7406 in Mar 1948.  SOC Mar 1950
44-34473 ... 44-34477
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27752/27756
34474 damaged in crash landing at Furstenfeldbruck AB, West Germany Feb 13, 1948.
34475 damaged Jul 12, 1945 in taxi accident at Payne Field, Cairo.
34477 damaged in landing accident Aug 13, 1946 at Wiesbaden, West Germany
44-34478 ... 44-34478
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27757
with 13th BS, 3rd BG. Crashed in bad weather near Ashiya AB, Japan June 28, 1950.
44-34479 ... 44-34480
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27758/27759
44-34481 ... 44-34481
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27760.  MIA with 13th BS, 3rd BG in night mission over
Korea Feb 20, 1952 with crew of 3.
44-34482 ... 44-34483
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27761/27762
34482 w/o Dec 29, 1947 in crash 27 mi SE of Furstenfeldbruck West Germany
44-34484 ... 44-34484
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27763
44-34485 ... 44-34486
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27764/27765
34485 to Turkey as 7440 in Jul 1949.  SOC Jan 1951
44-34487 ... 44-34487
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27766
34487 (B-26C) loaned to France Feb 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Missing 
Mar 14, 1954 between Dien Bien Phu and 
Cat Bi.
44-34488 ... 44-34489
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27767/27768
34488 (11th GBS, 341th BG) in landing accident at Myitkyina Airfield, Burma Jul 31, 1945.  All 3 crew
survived but aircraf DBR.
44-34490 ... 44-34490
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27769
44-34491 ... 44-34492
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27770/27771
44-34493 ... 44-34493
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27772
(B-26C) to France in Jan 1957 as 896-C
Converted to RB-26P Jan 1961.  WFU Feb 1966.
At one point marked as "44-43493".  SOC Mar 27,
1968.
44-34494 ... 44-34495
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27773/27774
44-34496 ... 44-34496
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27775
34496 loaned to France Jan 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Shot down
May 4, 1954 at Dien Bien Phu.
44-34497 ... 44-34498
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27776/27777
44-34499 ... 44-34499
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27778
44-34500 ... 44-34501
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27779/27780
44-34502 ... 44-34502
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27781
44-34503 ... 44-34504
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27782/27783
34503 (B-26C) to France in Jan 1960.  WFU in Jan 1967.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
44-34505 ... 44-34505
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27784
34505 loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned
to USAF Nov 1955 and scrapped.
44-34506 ... 44-34507
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27785/27786
44-34508 ... 44-34508
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27787
to civil registry as N74874 and used as air tanker.
In storage as N74874 with D and D Aero, Inc, Rantoul, KS.
To Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA in 2001.
44-34509 ... 44-34510
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27788/27789
44-34511 ... 44-34511
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27790
44-34512 ... 44-34513
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27791/27792
44-34514 ... 44-34514
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27793.  90th BS, 3rd BG MIA on mission 12/8/51.
44-34515 ... 44-34516
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27794/27795
44-34517 ... 44-34517
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27796
44-34518 ... 44-34519
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27797/27798
44-34520 ... 44-34520
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27799
To MASDC Feb 1957.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Jul 1958.  To civil registry 
as N9420Z.  Later C-GHCF and N94207.  Registered to D&G Inc of Greybull, WY as N126HP as
an executive conversion.  Currently owned by Hans Lauridsen of Carefree, AZ
44-34521 ... 44-34521
Douglas A-26B-60-DL Invader
MSN 27800
(B-26C) to France Mar 1960.  Lost in
collision with 44-35228 and 44-35953
Mar 4, 1963.
44-34522 ... 44-34585
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27801/27864
34522 (MSN 27801) crashed 4 mi from Loveland Jun 4, 1949.  All 4 onboard killed.
34523 (MSN 27802) converted to On Mark Marketeer N9174Z and used by Garrett Corp 1964-1977.
Modified for a T-76-G turboprop engine in nose position. Converted back to two engines. 
A photo of N9174Z with test engine shows no evidence of Marketeer
conversion.  To Airspray (67) of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada as C-GTOX Jan 6, 1982.  
The Marketeer conversion was removed during conversion to tanker, it then flew as tanker
#14 named "Hasta Luego".  Retired in 2004 and stored at CYQF (Red Deer)
and offered for sale.  Examination of photos of N9174Z and C-GTOX show no evidence
of Marketeer conversion.
34524 (MSN 27803) to civil registry as N588 (?) converted to On Mark Marketeer N58Y, 
then N588, later to Colombia as HK-999E.
34526 (MSN 27805) to civil registry as N9178Z.  Converted to On Mark Marksman N827W, 
later CF-OFO, May 17, 1962, then N551EH ca Apr 1963, then N400V, N7977, N26AB.
34528 loaned to France Jan 1951 for service in Indochina.  Shot
down Jan 6, 1953 between Na San and Haiphong.
34529 (8th BS, 3rd BG) shot down by ground fire 
2/19/52.  Crew captured and returned in Big Switch.
34530 loaned to France Jan 1951 for service in Indochina.  Crashed on takeoff Jan 3, 1954 at Seno in Laos.
34531 (MSN 27810, 3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed on takeoff Oct 9, 1951.  To storage at MASDC.  SOC Sep 23, 1957.
Registered N3472G Jun 20, 1959, cancelled Aug 10, 1959 on export to Chile 
34534 (17th BW, 34th BS) crashed on takeoff in bad weather Dec 10, 1952.
34535 sold on commercial market as N8020E.  Transferred to Portugal in 1965 as 7101.
Abandoned at Luanda, Angola in 1975.  This may be the plane on display in Havana, Cuba marked as FAR 933,
repainted as 937 following Hurrican Michelle Nov 2001.  It is thought that Cuban forces in Angola might
have brought this plane back to Cuba as a trophy.  It is commonly thought 
that the aircraft on display cannot be a genuine Cuban Air Force A-26, for the Cubans only had A-26Cs and this 
is obviously a B model.  937 was was the only FAR A-26 in airworthy condition at the time of the 
Bay of Pigs invasion.  933 was the fake FAR A-26 that landed in Miami on April 15th 1961 pretending 
he had defected from Cuba. Perhaps the museum had tried to pass off 937 as the fake 933 (the real 933 
had a glass nose).  The Museo del Aire A-26B might be the original 937.   It was not part of the batch 
of A-26Cs sold to Cuba in 1956 but was sold separatly to Cuba for use as a parts source, probably after 
the US government imposed an arms embargo against the Batista regime in the late 50s. It was never 
given a Cuban Air Force number until it was repaired and put in service under Castro's Air Force.  
Don't know the USAF serial number of 937
34536 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for service in Indochina.  Lost Nov 3, 1951 near Nhat-Ny.
34538 (MSN 27817, B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.  Converted to Rock Island Consort 26 N6839D, later N34538.  Still flying.
34539 (B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  Kept in reserve for Operation *Haik* in 1958.
34539 in Vietnam July 1963-Apr 1964 under *Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Clark Field.
34542 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea.
34543 (452nd BW, 729th BS) hit by AA Mar 24, 1951 and crashlanded
5 mi N of Sunan.
34544 (452nd BW, 728th BS) shot down by AAA near Pongmang-ni, 
Korea Apr 24, 1951.
34545 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Missing Sept 11, 1951.
34546 (17th BW, 37th BS) crashed into sea after takeoff from
Pusan Jan 13, 1953.  
34547 (452nd BW) damaged by MiGs and returned to base Apr 9, 1951.  MIA
with 452nd BW, 729th BS Sep 29, 1951.
34550 (MSN 27829) converted to On Mark Marketeer CF-CRR, later N355Q, N7769C, HK-1247W, 
HK-1247P.  Crashed on takeoff at Bogota Sep 21, 1988.
34551 in Vietnam Jan 1963 to April 1964 under
*Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Clark Field.
34552 damaged when wing spar was bent during pull up from
stall (13th BS, 3rd BG).  Returned to USA and rebuilt.
Converted to B-26B and loaned to France Jan 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped. 
34553 photo shows damaged in landing accident at Suwon AB in South Korea ca 1951. 
34554 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.  
34555 (MSN 27834, B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955.  Became N84W, N841W,
N5BP, N550 and later N26HK.  In storage
in Florida.  At some point became an On Mark conversion
34558 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Missing
on April 28, 1951 near Cao Bang.
34559 on display at opposite end of runway from Jackson Intl Airport main terminal, Mississippi.
34560 (452nd BW, 729th BS) lost on night intruder mission Jul 19, 1951.
34562 (452nd BW, 728th BS) lost on night recon mission Feb 28, 1952.
34563 (452nd BW, 729th BS) damaged while attacking Wonsan, Korea and
crashed into sea May 7, 1951.
34564 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.  
34565 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for service in Indochina.  Exploded in
midair Nov 6, 1953 near Sud-Laie.
34567 to civil registry as N9412Z.  Converted to On Mark Marksman, later ZS-CVD.  Last seen on South
African AF Museum storage dump.
34568 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955.  Became N202P, N202PP, and 
later AP-AVV (NTU).  Displayed at Karachi.  
34569 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.  
34570 (17th BW, 37th BS) MIA on night interdiction mission Feb 23, 1953
34571 modified to RB-26 status for 162nd TRS in 1950, later the
12th TRS in Korea.
34572 (452nd BW, 729th BS) damaged by AAA and crashlanded at Miho AB.
Total loss.
34575 (B-26B0 loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.  
34577 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.  
34579 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34580 (452nd BW, 728th bS) MIA Korea Aug 26, 1951.
34581 (MSN 27860) to civil registry as N8038E with Consolidated Air Parts
Corp of Los Angeles, CA.  Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ
in 1969.
34582 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 12/8/52.
34583 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Crashed on
landing at Cat Bi May 31, 1951.
34584 (B-26C) to France as 987-C.  Crashed in 
sea off Grindavik, Iceland Aug 22, 1956 
during delivery.
34585 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  W/o in accident
June 21, 1955.
44-34586 ... 44-34586
Douglas XA-26F-DL Invader
MSN 27865.  Started out as an A-26B but modified in late 1945 as XA-26F with
J31 turbojet aft of bomb bay.  Donated to Lindsay Hopkins Vocational
School in the 1950s, and was on the civil registry at least
1964-1969 as N66368.  USed for ground instruction at Miami
Airport and reportedly scrapped in 1972.
44-34587 ... 44-34617
Douglas A-26B-61-DL Invader
MSN 27866/27896
34587 served in Korea with 17th BG (Light).  All black with "Larry's" painted on nose
34590 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  May have been the
deception aircraft "FAR 933" that masqueraded
as a defecting aircraft from Cuba to Miami. To N5000X in
1962, nater N19777.
34591 (B-26C) loaned to France Feb 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34592 (MSN 27871) converted to TB-26B.  To civil registry as N8631E, to CF-FJG,
then C-FFJG.  Crashed on takeoff from Mercury ALTA Sep 29, 1974.
34593 (TB-26B) to storage as MASDC.  SOC Jan 29, 1958.  Registered N3474G Jun 10, 1959, cvancelled Aug 10, 1959
on export to Chile.
34594 salvaged at K-9, Korea May 13, 1952.
34596 delivered to USAAF Aug 31, 1945.  Transferred to MAP
Jul 1964.
34600 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 1/14/51.
Crew captured and returned with Big Switch.
34601 lost 6 April 1952 over North Korea 3rd Bomb Wing
Aircraft , 90th Bomb Sqdn Pilot Joe Long Jr. +
crew of 4  Listed MIA
34602 (MSN 27881) converted to Rock Island Monarch 26 N8392H, later N167B.
Became N8392H for a while before reverting to N167B again.  Still flies in
European display circuit owned by Scandinavian Historic Flight painted
as 434602.  Registration LN-IVA reserved Jan 31, 2006 for Scandinavian
Historical Flight of Oslo, Norway, who have been operating this aircraft
for many years.
34603 to civil registry as N3157G
34606 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17669 in 1964.
34607 (MSN 27886) to civil registry as N8395H, later CF-FBV.  Crashed Dec 3, 1974
34608 (TB-26B) to France in July 1959. WFU
Apr 1965.  SOC Oct 25, 1965.
34609 (MSN 27888) to civil registry as N4819E.  Seen derelict at Buckeye, AZ
airport in 2007 as an aircraft monument nenar the entrance.
34610 (VB-26B) was last operational USAF B-26.  Was in Smithsonian 
collection at Paul Garber facility.  Now at Udvar-Hazy Center, NASM
34612 (MSN 27891) to civil registry as N4814E.  Reported derelict
at Tucson, AZ in 1969.
34615 (B-26C) Stated that several Invaders were flown back to Tucson 1968 for modernisation by Hamilton Aircraft Company. 
Assume this was one of them.  Registered N4817E 21Feb68 to Hamilton Aircraft Company. Cancelled 19Dec68.   Presumably 
registered to Hamilton for certification of mods.  Sold to Brazilian Air Force as 5173 in June 1969.  Withdrawn 1975.
34616 converted to On Mark Marketeer N2890D, later N300V.
34617 wrecked in the 1940's
44-34618 ... 44-34753
Douglas A-26B-66-DL Invader
MSN 27897/28032
34620 (MSN 27899) B-26B) kept in reserve at Clark Field for
Operation *Haik* in 1958. To HP-318P in 1961.  To N5001Z Apr 4, 1962. Returned to USAF in 1962.
WFU in 1964.
34620 in Vietnam Jul 1963-April 1964 under.
*Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Clark Field
34623 (3rd BW, 13th BS) crashed into Yellow Sea on takeoff
Jun 23, 1952.
34624 to civil registry N7451C, then as N6101C.  Reported damaged in taxying accident ca 1980.  In 2008, fuselage reported
at Valley Mills, Texas
34628 on civil registry as N7817C
34632 to BV-26B.  W/o due to structural failure at Seminole, OK
Dec 21, 1950.
34637 participated in Bay of Pigs operation
34642 (MSN 27921) converted to TB-26B.  To civil registry as N8626E.
Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969.
34643 (B-26C) used for spare parts during
Operation *Haik* May/June 1958.
Most likely abandoned in Indonesia.
34650 (MSN 27929) to civil registry as N9162Z.
34652 delivered to USAAF Aug 31, 1945.
Rebuilt as B-26K 64-17668 in 1964.
34653 (MSN 27932) to civil registry as N9417H.  Crashed near
Edwards AFB Mar 3, 1981 after wing failure. 
34655 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed on takeoff into Yellow Sea 6/7/52.
34659 to MASDC May 1958.  Flew in civil registry as N9163Z 1958-
1975 and then displayed on the roof of a warehouse
in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada until Oct 1999 when
moved to shop at Bradford, Ontario for restoration.
34662 (B-26C) to Peru in 1957 as FAP 583 (?).
34665 (MSN 27944) converted to VB-26B.  To USAF Museum in 1974
Displayed at Strategic Aerospace Museum, Offutt AFB, NB.
34666 (452nd BW, 730th BS) MIA in night mission near Chorwon, 
Korea Nov 25, 1951.
34667 (MSN 27946) assigned to 130th BU at Offutt AFB, NB as TA-26C.  W/o when crashed after engine failure 2 mi
SW of Fort Frook, NB Jul 7, 1948.
34669 (MSN 27948) to civil registry as N8630E.  Reported derelict
at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
34671 to Saudi Arabia in 1955 as 301.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
34674 (MSN 22953) to civil registry as N9143R.
34676 (MSN 29955) delivered to USAAF Aug 31, 1945.  To Guatemala AF in 1960
as 420.  Modified as RB-26B before delivery.
34678 (452nd BW, 729th BS) MIA near Pyongyang, Korea Feb 26, 1951.
34677 (452nd BG(Light), 729th BS (Light)) based at George AFB Calif. collided in flight over 
El Mirage Dry Lake with B-26 44-34174  Aug 24, 1950  All crewmen killed.
34679 to France Aug 1956 as 1082-C.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Lost May 18, 1960.
34681 to Vietnam Jun 1972 under *Farm Gate*.  
W/O Aug 16, 1963 when wing broke off in flight.
34682 (B-26B) kept in reserve at Clark Field for Operation *Haik* in 1958.
To HP-319 in 1961.  Returned to USAF in 1963.  
34682 to Vietnam in Jul 1963 under *Farm Gate*.
W/o Sep 4, 1963 in flying accident.
34685 (8th BS, 3rd BG) damaged by flak 9/30/50 and
exploded in water in ditching near Wonsan, Korea
34686 (B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955 and scrapped.
34687 (MSN 27966) to civil registry as N9423Z
34689 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in
Korea Jul 8, 1952.
34690 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
Apr/Jun 1958.  Fate unknown.
34692 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 5/30/52.
34693 (B-26C) loaned to France Feb 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34697 on civil registry as N4807E with Military Aircraft Restoration Corp, Anaheim, CA
34698 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in
Korea Aug 8, 1952 with crew of 3
34699 (17th BW, 95th BS) MIA on night interdiction mission,
Korea Nov 14, 1952
34703 (452nd BW, 428th BS) lost on might intruder mission
Sep 1, 1951.
34704 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 
in Korea 12/18/51.
34705 (452nd BW, 729th BS) shot down by AA over Sunchon, North
Korea Dec 29, 1950.
34706 (452nd BW, 730th BS) damaged by AAA over Paup, North
Korea Apr 22, 1951.
34707 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA in night mission 3/25/51.
34708 to civil registry as N4808E
34710 to civil registry as N9148H
34712 delivered to USAAF Aug 31, 1945. to TBH-26B, then to 
EB-26B, then JB-26B.  Dropped from inventory due to
flying accident Jun 1957.
34713 (MSN 27992, B-26B) loaned to France Jan 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955.  Converted to On Mark Marketeer N5538V, later N706ME, N36B,
N26MR, N26WB, N706ME.  
34715 (17th BW, 37th BS) lost Korea Jun 7, 1952.
34718 to RB-26L - In Vietnam Mar 1963 to 
Apr 1964 under *Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Hill AFB.
34722 (MSN 28001) on civil registry as N3222T, to Salvador in 1969 as 600,
to N62289, then NX3222T.  Now at Tillamook NAS Air Museum, OR
34724 (MSN 28003) to civil registry as N7662C, then CF-BVH, then
C-FBVH.  Crashed while firebombing at Slave Lake, ALTA
Apr 24, 1980
34725 to civil registry as N4824E
34726 (MSN 28005) sold in 1964 to Aeronautic Services Corp of
Cheyenne, WY as N3152G.  Ferried as N31526 from Greg Board/
Aero Associates of Tucson, AZ after being refurbished by
Hamilton Aircraft of Tucson in Jul 1965 to Portuguese AF
as FAP 7104.  Withdrawn and scrapped in 1971 due to corrosion problems.
Some parts in storage at Museue do Ar at Alverca Air Base in Portugal. 
34729 to France Mar 1961.  Converted into
RB-26P before delivery to AA.  WFU
Feb 1966.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
34730 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
34733 to civil registry as N9875C.
34735 (TB-26B) SOC Dec 23, 1959 to MAP.  To Chile in 1960 as 849.
Derelict at Santiago by April 1980.
34736 on civil registry as N4821E.  Registration cancelled Aug 19, 2004 as
sale reported 1977.  Last seen derelict at Tucson, AZ
34738 (MSN 28017) purchased by Dean Milk Co of Franklin Park, IL in late 1950s and 
converted to On Mark Marketeer N9861C, later N600D, N808D.
In 1974 to Airspray 1967 Ltd of Canada as C-GWLU.  Destroyed in hangar fire
Oct 16, 2000, Red Deer, Canada.  Registration cancelled Nov 7, 2000.
34739 (TB-26B) to Chile in 1958 as 838.
w/o May 19, 1962 when crashed into ocean.
34740 served in Korea with 17th BG (Light), 37th BS.  Painted all black
34741 (TB-26B) to Chile in 1960 as 848.  
Converted to TB-26D.  Derelict at Santiago by April 1980.  Restored and
preserved at the National Aeronautics Museum, Santiago, Chile as 840.
34746 on display at VFW Post 382, El Reno, OK
34749 (MSN 28028, B-26C) sold on commercial market as N4823E.  Converted
to B-26K by Hamilton Aircraft, Tucson, AZ and delivered
to Brazilian AF in 1969 as 5174.  WFU and used as instructional
airframe.  Preserved at ESPAer near Sao Paulo.  Sold back to
Tired Iron Inc of Caspar, WY as N4959K Sep 1984.  Now with Abrams Airborne
Manufacturing, Inc, Tucson, AZ.
34750 (452nd BW, 729th BS) MIA Korea Sep 17, 1951.
34752 (MSN 28031) to civil registry as N9853C	
44-34754 ... 44-34775
Douglas A-26B Invader
MSN 28033/28054
Contact cancelled. Many were completed and delivered but were
not taken on USAAF charge.  Many sold to civilian firms.
34754 to civil registry as N66662, converted to On Mark Marketeer N666.
34755 (MSN 28034) on civil registry as N67839,  converted to On
Mark Marketeer, to N256H, N3035S.  Exchanged registrations
with 41-39221 Jun 1968.
34756 (B-26C) sold on civilian market as N67157.
To CEV in France in 1951 for weapons 
tests as 157.  Renumbered with USAF
serial Mar 1959.  SOC 1968. 
34757 to civil registry as N67907.
34758 to civil registry as N67908, then to CEV in France in Feb 1952 for weapons 
tests as 908,  Renumbered with USAF serial Jul 1963.  To French AF Jul 1965.  WFU Aug 1967.
SOC Mar 27, 1968.  Sold on civilian market as N67908
34759 (MSN 28038) not delivered to USAAF, became NX67834 purchased by
Milton Reynolds and used by Bill Odom and Tex Salee to break
the round-the-world speed record with a time of 78 hours,
55 minutes, 12 seconds.  To N28W, N956R. Passed into hands of Northrop
Corp of Newbury Park, CA in 1969.  Abandoned in Iran in 1986 and
subsequently noted at Aerospace Exhibition Center, Mehrabad, Teheran, Iran.
Later to Bell Helicopters on civil registry as N956R but reported
still derelict at Teheran Aug 1986. 
34760 was completed but not delivered.  To civil registry as N951
34761 to civil registry as N67158, N400E.  Converted to On Mark Marksman in 1961, 
later N60XY, N60XX.
34762 (MSN 28041) to civil registry as N67800, N4000, N4000K.  Converted to 
Wold Invader.  When noted at Prestwick,
Scotland Jul 24, 1963 was fitted with stinger tail and was operated by
Aero Service Corp of Philadelphia.  Used for aerial surveys in Europe
and Far East.  WFU at Dili East Timor in 1970s.  Reported
1975 abandoned at Dili, Timor.  reported to have been damaged
Jul 7 1972, which might have resulted in being WFU.
34763 sold on civilian market as N65779.
To CEV in France in 1951 as Z001, then 779.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.  SOC c1968
34764 to civil registry as N67159
34765 (MSN 28044) to N67160, later D-CAFY (NTU).  Registration
N67160 reserved again in 1972, but aircraft was impounded
at Antwerp.  Now on display at Musee Royal
de l'Armee, Brussels, Belgium with tip tanks and other modifications
removed.  Was never a Marksman, but did show evidence of some 1950s On mark modifications.
34766 (MSN 28045) directly to RFC without entering USAAF service.  To civil registry as NX67807, flew in
1947 Bendix race, then converted to On Mark Marketeer as
N1243, later N910G, N9150, N26BK.  Still
airworthy as N26BK  Acquired by USAFM.  By Sept 1982 displayed
at Castle AFB, CA, but by 1987 was at Donald Douglas Museum
and Library, Santa Monica, CA
34767 sold on civilian market as N67161.
To CEV in France in 1959 as 161.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.  SOC c1968.
34768 converted to Grand Central A-26 N4852V.  Fitted with tail-mounted
magnetometer for surveying by Coastways Associates in Europe
1966 and then in SE Asia.  To Air Asia in 1967 and used for
training in Taiwan, scrapped c. 1972
34769 converted to On Mark Marketeer N67162, later N25S, N500M, N29711, N500MR Mar 1982.
Flown to Greece Sep 1995 and based at Tanagra AB.  Reported at Hellenic AF Museum, presumably
in storage..
34770 to civil registry as N67814.
34773 (B-26C) to civilian market as N67944.  To
France as 052 in Oct 1951.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
To Musee de l'Air in 1970.  Stored at Dugny. 
34774 to civil registry as N67163.  Converted to On Mark
Marketeer N163Y, then N910Y, N917Y.  Now with Warbards and 
Vehicles, Seattle, WA. 
34775 was completed but not delivered.  
Scrapped.
44-34776 ... 44-34776
Douglas XA-26D-DL Invader
MSN 28055
Prototype for proposed A-26D version which
was to succeed A-26B.  Contract for 750
A-26D-DLs cancelled after V-J Day.
44-34777 ... 44-35197
Douglas A-26B Invader
MSN 28056/28476
Contact cancelled.  Many were completed and delivered but were
not taken on USAAF charge.  Many sold to civilian firms.
34780/35197 were cancelled before completion.
34777 to civil registry as N66661 converted to On Mark Marketeer N1242,
later N1242, N910F, N919P.  Crashed into Lake Michigan Nov 26, 1968. 
Now in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
34778 (MSN 28057) to civil registry as N67943.  To Airspray (67) of Red Deer, Alberta,
Canada as C-GWLT May 13, 1975.  Air Spray #98
44-35198 ... 44-35357
Douglas A-26C-30-DT Invader
MSN 28477/28636
35201 converted to On Mark Marketeer N8025E, later N137W, N137WG, N437W.
35202 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955 and scrapped.  
35204 was at Chanute AFB, IL.  In Jul 1994 it was moved for display to Heritage Airpark
at Laughlin AFB, Texas.
35205 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17678.
35207 to B-26B -  To Vietnam in Jan 1963 under *Farm Gate*.
Crashed on test flight near Bien Hoa Jan 7, 1964.
35210 (3rd BW, 90th BS) MIA on night intruder mission Korea, Jul 1, 1953.  Wreckage on display at Victorious
Fatherland Liberation War Museum, Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
35215 to N86480, cancelled 1962
35216 (RB-26C) to France in 1956 as 216.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into RB-26P in 1962.  WFU Mar 1965.  SOC Oct 25, 1965.
35217 (MSN 28496) to civil registry as N4820E, later CF-FIM, C-FFIM.
Crashed near Calgary Jul 13, 1984
35220 (B-26C) to Chile in 1958 as 844?  Retired in 1964.
35221 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik* Apr 1958.  May have been the aircraft
in which Allen Pope was shot down.  To Air America as 8264 Oct 1959.  To Congo Aug 17, 1964.
35223 (RB-26C) to France in Aug 1956 as 223. 
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P in 1962.
SOC after accident on Dec 10, 1962.
35224 to civil registry as N9421Z.  Now at March AFB Museum, California.  Bears 
civil registration N6240D.  Registration was revoked, but restored Jul 1, 2005
35227 damaged in taxi accident Nov 29, 1953 at K-14 Kimpo, Korea
35228 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  
35228 (B-26B) to France in Dec 1956 as 531-B.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Destroyed Mar 4, 1963 in collision with 44-34521 and 44-35953.	
35229 damaged Jul 17, 1953 near Bowers, Maryland
35230 (B-26B) to France in Dec 1956 as 533-B. 
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU Aug 1963.  SOC Feb 4, 1964.
35232 was last A-26 in USAF inventory, maintained as instructional
airframe at Albrook AFB, Canal Zone.  SOC in 1974.
35234 to US civil registry as N9160Z	
35235 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Sept 1954.  To Brazil in 1957 as 5153.  
Refurbished in 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.
35238 (MSN 28517) to civil registry as N3477G.  Reported Oct 1968
derelict at Tucson, AZ.
35239 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for
service in Indochina.  Shot down 
April 26, 1954 at Dien Bien Phu.
35240 (MSN 28519) to civil registry as N122Y, then N1221, now
registered to John Coate of Miami as N1221
35242 (MSN 28521, B-26B) kept in reserve at Clark Field for Operation *Haik* in
1958.  To HP-381 in 1961.  To HP-322.  To Congo in 1964.
35244 to civil registry as N2881G
35245 (MSN 28524) converted to RB-26C.  Registered Sep 13, 1958
to Norwegian civil registry as LN-AER with Wideroes Flyveselskap
A/P of Oslo. Registration cancelled Jan 25, 1963 as
withdrawn and scrapped.
35251 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17672 in 1964.
35256 (RB-26C) to France in 1956 as 256.  
W/o in landing 
accident at Casablanca 5/25/57
35257 (RB-26C) to France in 1956 as 257.  
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into RB-26P in 1962.
Crashed into sea near Nice Oct 2, 1962.
35262 (MSN 28541) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N72404
35264 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5170. 
Refurbished 1969 as B-26B.  Withdrawn 
Dec 1975.
35265 delivered to USAAF Mar 27, 1945.  To MASDC Dec 1959.
Dropped from inventory as surplus Oct 1960.
35267 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Sept 1954.  Became N8034E
Scrapped early 1970s.
35268 to Turkey as 7427 in Mar 1948.  SOC in 1954 
35271 (MSN 28550) converted to RB-26C.  To civl registry as N4809E
35277 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA over North Korea after night mission 
6/7/51.  3 crew MIA.
35283 built for RAF as KL693 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35284 built for RAF as KL694 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35288 (3rd BW, 13th BS) damaged by ground fire Aug 22, 1950
35290 built for RAF as KL695 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35291 built for RAF as KL696 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35297 built for RAF as KL697 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35298 built for RAF as KL698 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35300 modified as EB-26C and used for missile guidance development.
35302 (391st BG) lost Aug 17, 1945, Europe
35304 built for RAF as KL699 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35305 built for RAF as KL700 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35306 (MSN 28585, B-26B?) to Guatemala in 1960 as 428.  WFU 1968.
35307 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
35308 (731st BS, 3rd BG) made emergency landing at K-3 4/19/51, ran off runway and probably
destroyed.
35311 built for RAF as KL701 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35312 built for RAF as KL702 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35313 to Turkey as 7420 in Mar 1948.  SOC 1954
35315 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954 and scrapped.  
35316 to France in April 1960.  Lost at Bir
Latrousse, Algeria, Sept 14, 1960.
35317 to France in Oct 1956 as 620-C.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into B-26APQ13 in 1962.
WFU April 1967.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
35318 built for RAF as KL703 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35319 built for RAF as KL704 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35321 to Turkey as 7415 in Mar 1948.  SOC Jul 1948
35322 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17641 in 1964.
35323 (RB-26C, MSN 28602) assigned to 67th TRG in Korea.  To civil registry as N8026E and
flew as air tanker in USA.  Later to Conair as
CF-CDD.  Now flying as N8026E with Air Museum
Planes of Fame.  Noted Oct 2004 at Planes of Fame Grand
Canyon, Valle, AZ
35324 (ATC) in landing accident at Borinquen Field, Aquadilla, Puerto Rico Apr 13, 1945 while on ferry flight.
All crew survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
35325 built for RAF as KL705 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35326 built for RAF as KL706 but not delivered. Converted to On Mark 
Marketeer N2889D, later N40Y, N401Y.  Spent some
time in a museum in Chicago, but was sold at Rockport, IL in 1968.
Went to Tidewater Wings, Inc of Virginia Beach, WA.
To DuPage County Airport in 1993.  Now at Rockford, IL awaiting
sale.  Will be dismantled and transported to Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana. 
35331 (B-26C) loaned to France Apr 1952 for service in Indochina.  Crashed into
Mekong Apr 11, 1954 after being hit by AA over Dien Bien Phu.
35332 built for RAF as KL707 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35333 built for RAF as KL708 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35335 to B-26B - To Vietnam in Jan 1963 under *Farm Gate*.  Operated by Detachment 2A, 4400th Combat
Crew Training Squadron.  Terminated Nov 21, 1963 due to
"natural phenomenon"
35345 (MSN 28624, B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  Became N8031E.  Reported Nov 1969 derelict at Tucson, AZ.  Scrapped early 1970s.
35350 converted to DB-26 drone director aircraft.
35355 (3rd BW, 8th BS) shot down by AAA on night intruder mission, Korea Jul 1, 1953.
35357 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Crashed on
landing at Haiphong Apr 10, 1954.
44-35358 ... 44-35557
Douglas A-26C-35-DT Invader
MSN 28637/28836
35358 (MSN 28637) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N7774C
35359 (RB-26C) to France in 1956 as 359.  SOC after fire at Oran 9/13/58.
35361 to France in Oct 1956 as 664-C.  Lost on Aug 12, 1958.
35363 sold on commercial market as N91347.  To Portugal in 1965.  Abandoned at
Luanda, Angola in 1975.   
35364 (67th TRW, 6166th WRSq) lost on weather recon mission over Pyongyang, North Korea Feb 22, 1952.
35365 (MSN 28644) to civil registry as N91353.  Reported Nov 1969 derelict at Tucson, AZ
35366 (B-26B) served in Korea with 17th BG (Light), 37th BS.  All black with "Maiden's Delight" on nose.
To civil registry as N5273V, N5294V 
35369 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Aug 1954.  To MASDC.  
SOC Sep 23, 1957.  Registered N34783G Jun 10, 1959, cancelled Aug 10, 1959 on export to Chile. 
35371 (MSN 28650) converted to TB-26C.  To civil registry as N4818E 
35372 (MSN 28651, B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Jul 1954 and to civil registry as N8028E but NTU.  Stored by Pima Museum, then sold for parts.  Fuselage
reported at Gnoss Field, CA  
35374 built for RAF as KL709 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35375 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17646 in 1964.
35376 (MSN 28655, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1958 as FAP 586.  Renumbered FAP 225 in 1960
35382 (B-26C) loaned to France July 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  Later to Chile in 1958 as 836.
35385 (MSN 28664) converted to RB-26C, then to TB-26C. To civil registry as N91352.  Reported Nov 1969 derelict
at Tucson, AZ
35388 (13th BS, 3rd BG) struck by ground fire during night mission 9/3/51 and crashed into hill.
35391 (MSN 28670, B-26C) loaned to France July 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Aug 1954.  
Transferred to Peru in 1958 as FAP 587.  Renumbered FAP 226 in 1960.  Preserved as gate guard at
Pisco Air Force Base.
35392 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17643 in 1964.
35396 to France in Dec 1956 as 699-C
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident at Cazaux Feb 4, 
1963.
35398 built for RAF as KL710 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35401 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF July 1954.  
35401 (B-26B) to France in Dec 1956 as 704-B
Converted to TB-26B Dec 1961.  WFU
June 1964.  SOC Apr 29, 1965.
35402 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea.
35404 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2512. 
w/o Apr 29, 1958 at Madrid, Cundinamarca.
35405 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Aug 1954.  
35405 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5154.  w/o
Jun 13, 1958 at Sao Jose de Mipibu.
35407 (17th BW, 34th BS) shot down by AAA on day mission Oct 7, 1952
35410 (B-26C) to Chile in 1958 as 843.
35411 (B-26C) loaned to France Jul 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  
35411 delivered to USAAF Apr 26, 1945.  Participated in Bay 
of Pigs invasion
35412 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2513. 
35413 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF July 1954.  Back to France in Jan 1957 as 716-B.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.  SOC Feb 4, 1964.
35414 built for RAF as KL711 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35415 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5155.  w/o Sept 28, 1965 at Niquelandia
35416 crashed at K-3 Korea July 5, 1953.  Crew escaped with only minor injuries
35420 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35422 built for RAF as KL712 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35425 (MSN 28704, B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  Became N3427G.
Crashed at Grand Junction, CO Aug 8, 1976 while firebombing.  
35426 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF July 1954.  
35426 sold to France in Oct 1956 as 
729-B. Lost Aug 6, 1958.
35427 to civil registry as N5267V.
35431 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Sept 1954.  
35431 sold to Framce in Nov 1957 as 
734-B.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU Aug 1962.  SOC Feb 4, 1964.
35433 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17661 in 1964.
35435 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17642 in 1964.
35437 served in Korea with 17th BG (Light) 34th BS.  Hit by flak and belly landed at base.  Repaired and
flown to Kisarazu, Japan
35438 built for RAF as KL713 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35439 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Sept 1954.  Became N74833. Still flying in 1992.  
Now at Evergreen Vintage Aircraft, McMinnville, OR on display
at Air Venture Museum
35440 (B-26B) loaned to France Feb 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.  Converted to Consort 26 by Rock Island Oil and Refining Co and became N6838D and
later CF-MSB, and later C-FMSB.  Now on display at Tamiani, FL painted as psuedo-Cuban 931 to represent
Bay of Pigs attacker.
35441 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
May 1958.  May have been aircraft
damaged and abandoned at Mapengat.
35444 (MSN 28723) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N7656C.  To Airspray (67) of Canada 
as CF-TFB May 25, 1973, then C-FTFB.  Registered N26FK Mar 20, 2007.  On display Jun 2010 at Classic
Aircraft Aviation Museum, Hillsboro Airport, Oregon.  Moved to Taiwan for display at Air Force Museum
next to RoCAF Academy in Kangshan, in exchange for one F-5E and one F-5F from RoCAF.
35446 (MSN 28725) built for RAF as KL714 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.  However must have gone back to USAAF/USAF
as target tug, since while assigned to 1st TTS at Biggs AFB, TX as TA-26C w/o when crashed into sea 2 mi
S of Destin, FL Apr 10, 1948.  Two crew parachuted to safety and were rescued, one listed as missing.
35451 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17644 in 1964.
35452 with 67th TRG in Korea
35454 built for RAF as KL715 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35456 (MSN 28735) to civil registry as N330W, N330WC.  Now #36 for Air
Spray (67) Ltd. located in Red Deer Alberta, Canada as A-26C, 04-20-85
registered as CF-AGO, later C-FAGO.  Registered N5625S
Oct 16, 2007.
35457 (MSN 28736, RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 457.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P Nov 1961.  SOC
Mar 17, 1966.  To F-BMKT, ZS-ESX, and 
F-BLCN (NTU).  Scrapped at Creil c. 1970.
35458 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17662.
35462 built for RAF KL716 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35466 (MSN 28745) to civil registry as N8019E.  Reported
Nov 1969 derelict at Tucson, AZ.
35467 given to US Navy as XJD-1 Bu. No. 57991
35468 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17667 in 1964.
35470 built for RAF as KL717 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35475 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35478 built for RAF as KL718 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35483 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17666 in 1964.
35486 built for RAF as KL719 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35490 (RB-26C) to France in 1956 as 490.  
Lost at Rouffiac 10/27/58.
35492 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35493 (MSN 28772) to civil registry as N2852G, later N576JB.  On display at Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota
35494 built for RAF as KL720 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35495 (MSN 28774) converted to On Mark Marketeer N2076A.  Later N501N, N507WB. Thought to have been lost during
smuggling operations.
35497 (MSN 28776) to civil registration as N3426G, 01-20-93 to Canada, registered as RB-26C, 
C-FOVC to AirSpray 1967 Ltd. of Edmonton, Alberta, CA.  Damaged in hangar
fire Oct 26, 2000, Red Deer.  This registration has not been cancelled indicating 
it may have NOT have been a complete write off.
35500 (RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 500.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU Sept 1964.  SOC Apr 29, 1965.
35501 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2503.  SOC 1967 
35502 built for RAF as KL721 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35504 to France in Sept 1956 as 807-C.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into B-26APQ13 in 1962.  WFU
Apr 1967.  SOC Mar 27, 1968. Preserved at Chaateaudun
35505 (B-26C) on civil registry as N4815E with Tallmantz.  It
had been sold as surplus equipment around 1960 and purchased
by the Rock Island Oil and Refinery Co of Wichita, KS.  
Purchased by Tallmantz in 1963.  Fitted with custom-built
Cinerama nose and used as a camera plane.  Sold in 1976. 
Now with Planes of Fame at Chino, CA.  Restoration project at
War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, N
35507 delivered to USAAF May 5, 1945.  to B-26B - to Vietnam 
in Jan 1963 with *Farm Gate*.  Crashed Feb 6, 1963
near Pleiku due to engine failure
after AA hit.
35508 (RB-26C)to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2504. 
On display at Apiay Air Base
35510 built for RAF as KL722 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35511 built for RAF as KL723 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35512 (RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 512. Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into RB-26P Sept 1961.  Expended as target at Captieux May 16, 1968.
35514 to B-26B - To Vietnam in Jan 1963 with *Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Clark Field.
35515 (452nd BW) lost Feb 22, 1951.
35516 (3rd BW, 8th BS) damaged in crash landing Feb 21, 1951.
35518 built for RAF as KL724 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
35520 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Sept 1954.  SOC in late 1950s
and scrapped.
35523 (MSN 28802) May 1945 to 140th AAF Base Unit (Air Training Command), Moody AAF, GA
Oct 1945 to 138th AAF Base Unit (Continental Air Force), Lake Charles AAF, LA (assigned to 47th Bombardment [Medium] Group)
March 1946 	To 307th AAF Base Unit (Tactical Air Command), Lake Charles AAF, LA
May 1946 	To 4160th AF Base Unit (Air Material Command), Hills AFB, UT (storage to RB-26C)
April 1952 	To 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing (TAC), Shaw AFB, SC
April 1954 	To 183rd Tactical Reconnaissance (Night Photography) Squadron (Air National Guard), Hawkins Field, Jackson, MS
March 1958 	To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch (AMC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
July 1958 	Dropped from inventory as surplus
Aero Atlas Inc, Red Bluff, CA, 19??.
Registered as N3428G, expired May 5, 1997, cancelled 3\Oct 3, 2012
Rosenbalm Aviation Inc, Medford, OR, 1963-1972.
Flew as tanker #F29 (later #29).  William Dempsay/Central Air Service, East Wenatchee, WA, 1972-1981.
Flew as tanker #108.  Kinney Air Tankers, Richey, MT, June 1981.  Flew as tanker #108.
Damaged after left main gear collapsed during landing, Dubois, PA, June 2, 1982.
Custom Farm Service of Montana, Richey, MT, 1984.
William Dempsay/Central Air Service, East Wenatchee, WA & Rantoul, KS, July 5, 1985-2002.
Stored in open, Rantoul , KS, 1985-2001.
25 Aug 2008 to Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover, Delaware for restoration and display
35524 (MSN 28803) to civil registry as N9401Z.  To Airspray of Canada Jun 22, 1979 as 
CF-CUI, then C-FCUI, Air Spray #12.
35525 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam with *Farm Gate* in Jan 1963.
Crashed Apr 8, 1963 during strafing run.
35530 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam with *Farm Gate* in Dec 1961.
Shot down during napalm run Nov 5,   
1962.  May also refer to 44-35692.
35538 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 831?
35541 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF July 1954. Became N8032E.
Scrapped in early 1970s. 
35546 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17645 in 1964.
35549 with 67th TRG in Korea
35551 with 67th TRG in Korea
35552 to civil registry as N5544V.  Seen at West Fargo, ND Bonanzaville
museum in 1994
35553 collided with Eastern Airlines DC-3 MSN 2235 NC25647 near Florence, SC Jul 12, 1945.
DC-3 made belly landing in a field, killing one passenger.  The A-26 crashed out
of control and both crew were killed. 
35554 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35555 flew weather recon missions during Korean War as WB-26C.
Ran off runway at Kimpo in 1954 and was rebuilt.
To French AF in mid/late 1950s.
44-35558 ... 44-35562
Douglas A-26C-40-DT Invader
MSN 28837/28841
35562 (MSN 28841) to civil registry as N9176Z, then converted to On Mark 
Marketeer N707T, N707TG, later N7079G.
44-35563 ... 44-35563
Douglas XA-26E-DT Invader
MSN 28842
44-35564 ... 44-35655
Douglas A-26C-40-DT Invader
MSN 28843/28934
35565 to France in Sept 1956 as 868-C.	
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26APQ13 in June 1961.
WFU Apr 1967.  SOC Nov 21, 1967.
35566 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam with *Farm Gate* in Jan 1963.
W/O Jan 14, 1964 in accident.
35574 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35577 used after WW II as flying testbed for 9-inch diameter V-1 style or KUW-1 Loon pulse jet engine 
suspended below bomb bay.
35580 on civil registry as N74831.
35581 (MSN 28860) to civil registry as N3485G, to CF-CXX.  To Air Spray of Canada in 1973 as C-GWJG.
Crashed near Watson Lake, Yukon Territory Jul 1, 1982.
35582 (MSN 28861) converted to RB-26C.  To Norton AFB, CA for storage.  Sold to W. B. Osborn, Jr of San Antonio,
Texas Apr 24, 1958.  To civil registry as N7659C Jun 10, 1959.  Purchased by James M. Cook of Jacksboro, Texas.
Cancelled Jun 6, 1965 as dismantled.
35583 (RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 583.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P in 1962.  WFU Mar 1965.  SOC Sept 16, 1965.	
35585 converted to RB-26C.  To Air America as 236 Oct 1961.  Sent to Vietnam in May 1962 with *Farm Gate*.  
Scrapped at Clark Field.
35586 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF July 1954. 
35586 to Brazil in 1957 as 5156.  Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.  Displayed at
FAB Academy in 1o/10o GAV markings.
Transferred to Parnamirim in 1987.
35590 (MSN 28869) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N3248G.  
Now with Kermit Weeks, dismantled.
35592 (B-26B) to France in Dec 1956 as 895-B.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident July 21, 1964.	
35596 (MSN 28875) to civil registry as N5636V with Hawaii Public Trade
and Instructional School, Honolulu.  By 1968 used as ground
instructional airframe at Honolulu IAP.  Acquired by USAF Museum
in 1986 and displayed at Hickam AFB, Hawaii.
35599 (RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 599.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P Jan 1962.  WFU May
1967.  SOC Nov 21, 1967.
35601 to civil registry as N202R with Commemorative Air Force		
35607 (RB-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 607.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to RB-26P July 1961.  WFU
Feb 1966.  SOC Aug 19, 1966.  To 
Societe Carta as F-BNTN.  Scrapped
c 1970.
35608 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17660 in 1964.
35609 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  Became N8030E.  
Scrapped in early 1970s.
35610 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Jul 1954.  To Brazil in 1957 as 5157.  
Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn Dec 1973.
35615 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954 and to civil registry as N7684C.  Later to 
Canadian civil registry as CF-HPF 
35617 (MSN 28896) converted to RB-26C.  Converted to On Mark Marketeer 
N7660C, later N600WB.  Aorcraft impounded by US Customs about
1985.  Acquired by USAF Museum in 1987.   Now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah.
In 1987 was at Travis AFB Museum, CA
35618 (3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed near K-47 due to icing May 21, 1953.  
35620 (MSN 28899) delivered to USAAF May 14, 1945.
(B-26B) to Guatemala in 1960 as FAG 404.  Preserved Mar 1963
35622 (MSN 28901) to civil registry as N9658C (ferry registration), D-BELE, D-CELE Apr 1963. Crashed at
Cotonou, Benin Nov 14, 1963
35625 to Air America as 6248 Nov 1959.  to Congo Aug 17, 1964.  W/o in Congo in 1965.
35627 delivered to USAAF May 14, 1945.  On display at Dodge City airport, Kansas
35629 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.  Exploded on
takeoff at K-2 Feb 1951.
35630 (543rd Tac Spt Gp, 162nd TRS) crashed after takeoff from 
K-2, Korea Jan 5, 1951.
35631 sold on commercial market as N91346.
To Portugal in 1965.  Abandoned
at Luanda, Angola in 1975.
35632 (B-26C) to France in Dec 1956 as 935-C.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident on July 21, 1964.
35633 to VB-26C.  Crashlanded 10 mi W of Maxwell AFB, AL Feb 20, 1950.
35634 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17670 in 1964.
35637 (MSN 28916) to civil registry as N8040E.  Reported Nov 1969 derelict
at Tucson, AZ
35638 (MSN 28917) to civil registry as N7824B, then D-BELI Aug 1963 to 1970.
35640 (MSN 28919) became N4204A and then converted to Smith Tempo II.  Was used by NASA for Werhner von Braun.  
Converted into a research aircraft by the Desert Research Institute 
of Reno, NV and used by the University of Nevada.  Stalled due to 
icing and crashed Mar 2, 1980 in Sierra Mountains.  All aboard killed. 
35641 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35643 (RB-26C) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.  Converted to Rock Island Monarch 26 N6481D, later
C-GCES, N8015H, N226RW, N626SH.  Damaged in mid 1990s in a taxiing accident.    
Now being restored to flying status in Oklahoma City by the Commemorative Air Force 
(formerly Confederate Air Force).  
35644 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35648 on display at Castle AFB museum is actually 41-39472.
35654 (RB-26C) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.  
35655 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
44-35656 ... 44-35782
Douglas A-26C-45-DT Invader
MSN 28935/29061.  Originally orderd as A-26C-45-DT, but got changed to trainers as TB-26C-46-DT, with different
production block number to show that change.
35660 (RB-26C) loaned to France Jan 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Apr 1954.  
35661 to civil registry as N9996Z.  Later with Airspray of Canada as CF-CBK, C-FCBK,
Air Spray #11.  Disassembled due to accident.
35663 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam
Jan 1963.  Transferred to Taiwan.
Scrapped at Clark Field Apr 1964.
35666 delivered to USAAF May 16, 1945.  To FA-26C, to RB-26C,
to EB-26C, to JB-26C.  Wrecked due to collapsed right main
landing gear at Itami AB in 1954.  Dropped from inventory as
surplus Oct 1960.  
35668 (67th TRW, 12th TRS) lost in Sunchon area May 15, 1952.
35669 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35671 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  Became N8033E. Scrapped in early 1970s.
35675 modified to RB-26 status for 162nd TRS in 1950, later the
12th TRS in Korea. (67th TRW, 12th TRS).  While returning from night photo
recon mission in bad weather, landed short of runway at K-13 Oct 8, 1951 
35676 modified to RB-26 status for 162nd TRS in 1950, later the
12th TRS in Korea.  To civil registry as N91355
35677 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35678 (MSN 28957) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N3650A
35679 to N7751B, cancelled 1958
35680 (17th BW, 37th BS) crashed at Kyongsong near Yongdung-po,
Korea Feb 27, 1953.
35681 (MSN 28960) converted to On Mark Marketeer N60Y.  Later N160Y, N168Y, CF-VPR.
35682 (MSN 28961) served in Korea with 17th BG (Light), 37th BS.  All black with "Cough Drop Special"
painted on nose because four crew members had the last name of Smith.  
To civil registry as N5181V, then D-CADU May 1964 and sold to Peruvian AF in 1967 as FAP 213.
35683 to Turkey as 7421 in Mar 1948.  SOC Sep 1951 
35684 to Turkey as 7419 in Mar 1948.  SOC Jan 1957 
35686 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35687 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35688 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.  Crashed into
sea off Inchon Aug 1951.
35691 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 919.
35692 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam
Dec 1961 under *Farm Gate*.  Shot
down during strafing run Feb 3, 1963.
May also apply to 44-35530.
35696 (B-26B) with 17th Bomb Wing, 95th Bomb Squadron
at K9 Pusan, South Korea.  Named "My Mary Lou"
Flew over 100 combat missions.  It is reported
that this plane was loaned to France Apr 1954 for
service in Indochina and returned to
USAF July 1954, but this apparently was not the
case.  After the Korean War it was returned to the
17th BW and reassigned to the 34th Squadron. 
Transferred to Louisiana ANG, and in 1957 sent
to MASDC.  Became N8036E in 1963.  Acquired by
Collings Foundation in 1987 and painted in
original Korean War colors.  Damaged in takeoff
accident and is now being rebuilt.
35697 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 921.
35698 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion. later to N5001X.  
Converted to On Mark Marksman N800V, N58071, N67623.
35699 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35703 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam
in Dec 1961 with *Farm Gate*.  Transferred to Clark Field.  To Congo Aug 1964	
35704 (B-26C) to MASDC for storage.  SOC Jul 1, 1958.  Ferry flight to St Joseph, MO for spares use.
Purchased by Ace Smelting  Inc of Phoenix, AZ May 15, 1959. 
Registered N3429G Jun 10, 1959.  Purchased by Aerok Enterprises Jan 12, 1960.  Purchased by Anchor Serum
Company Oct 26, 1960.  Registratin cancelled Mar 2, 1961 as diamantled.
35705 (RB-26C) loaned to France Aug 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Crashed on landing at Cat Bi April 10, 1954.
35707 to TB-26C, JTB-26C, GB-26C, JGB-26C, to B-26B.  Dropped
from inventory due to flying accident Feb 1963.
35708 (MSN 28987, B-26C) loaned to France Apr 1952 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955.  Converted to On Mark Marketeer N5530V. 
To Airspray (67) of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada as C-GXGY Dec 9, 1976.
To N26PJ with Premier Jets, Hillsboro, OR
35710 converted to On Mark Marketeer N7705C with Historic Invader of
Las Vegas, NV.  Now operated from Schiphol Airport by Dutch owners.
Now registered OO-INV still Dutch owned (Historic Invader Aviation, 
J. Schatteman) serialled 435710 with tail code 58 and operated from 
Schipol.  Certificate of Airworthiness was not granted by Belgian admnistration 
the registration OO-INV was cancelled on 19 May 2000 and the aircraft 
reverted to the registration N7705C with Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, TX
35713 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5158.  Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn Aug 1972.
35714 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  Returned to USAF at Hill AFB in 1962.
35718 to France in August 1960.  WFU Aug 1963. SOC Jan 16, 1964.
35721 to civil registry as N9425Z at Palm Springs Air Museum, CA.  By mid-1996 was 
with Planes of Fame (East) at Minneapolis (still as N9425Z).
35724 to civil registry as N7954C at Beale AFB, CA.  Now on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama
35725 (MSN 29004) to civil registry as N800W, US Weather Bureau.  Scrapped at MASDC in 1971. 
35726 (RB-26C) loaned to France Aug 1951 for service in Indochina.  Missing Nov
17, 1951 off Hue harbor after engine problems. 
35727 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Possibly
SOC after accident on April 4, 1953.
35729 (B-26C) loaned to France Apr 1952 for service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Oct 1955.  
35730 (B-26C) to Chile in 1958 as 841?
35732 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  This plane is now on outdoor display at 
Warner Robins, GA.  Seen in a hangar at Warner Robins in 2009.  The plane on display has a flat
top canopy, so it is unlikely that it is the actual 44-35732.
35733 on display at WPAFB museum.
35738 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission 12/27/50.
35740 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Shot down
April 26, 1954 over Dien Bien Phu. 
35741 (RB-26C) loaned to France Aug 1951 for service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Oct 1955.
35745 (452nd BW, 729th BS) crashed off end of runway while making a go-around Sep 3, 1951.
35747 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.
35748 (B-26B) loaned to France Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  Crashed on
landing at Tourane June 9, 1954.
35749 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA during night mission 6/30/51.
35750(?) (B-26B) delivered to France.  Crashed near Sorn, Scotland Aug 13, 1956 during 
delivery flight.  May have been AA serial number 8811-B.  USAF and AA
serials uncertain.
35752 (MSN 29031) registered as N8627E, CF-KBZ, C-FKBZ, N81797.  Donated to Carolinas Aviation Museum,
Charlotte, NC
35753 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 824.
Derelict at Antofagasta by late 1974.  Now a gate guard at Cerro Moreno
air base with a fake serial (FAch 863).
35754 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 835.
35756 (MSN 29035) converted to TB-26C.  to civil registry as N3479G
35758 (3rd BW, 8th BS) MIA in night intruder mission Dec 28, 1950.
35759 (MSN 29038) to civil registry as N5588A.  Reported derelict at Miami, FL
Oct 1968.
35760 (3rd BW, 13th BS) lost on night intruder mission Jun 5, 1952.
35762 to France in July 1960.  WFU Aug 1963.   
SOC Feb 4, 1964.
35763 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 923.
35765 to France in July 1960.  SOC after
accident on Nov 28, 1961 (collision
with  44-34411 during night patrol)
35766 delivered to USAAF Jun 4,1945.  
rebuilt as B-26K 64-17650 in 1964.
35769 delivered to USAAF Jun 1, 1945.  to EB-26C, to JB-26C.
To MASDC Oct 1958.  Dropped from inventory as salvage Sep 1961.
35770 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Nov 1955.
35771 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed on takeoff 9/26/50.
35774 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Dec 1955.
35776 (B-26B) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2507. 
35778 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1957 as FAC 2519.  On display at Museum at Eldorado Air Base.
35780 on civil registry as N8021E
35782 converted to B-26B. Participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  Returned to USAF at Hill AFB in 1962.
Converted to RB-26L.  Sent to Vietnam in Mar 1963 under *Farm Gate*.  Terminated at Tainan
44-35783 ... 44-35937
Douglas A-26C-50-DT Invader
MSN 29062/29216
35783 (452nd BG, 729th BS) shot down 3 mi N of Wonch Ang-ni, North Korea Apr 21, 1951.  3 crew MIA.
35785 (RB-26C) loaned to France Aug 1951 for service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Oct 1955.
35787 (RB-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Nov 1955.
35788 (MSN 29067) registered as N8058E with EAA Aviation Foundation of Oshkosh, WI.  Now with A-26 Company, Inc of
Van Nuys, CA as N126HK
35789 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35790 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5171. Refurbished 1968 still as B-26C, but later
reconfigured as B-26B in Brazil.  Withdrawn Dec 1975.
35791 (13th BS, 3rd BG) Class 26 accident 10/10/51
35793 damaged in ground accident Jun 7, 1950 at Maxwell AFB, Alabama
35794 w/o Apr 3, 1947 Chesterfield, USA
35795 damaged Oct 1, 1954 at Tyndall AB, Florida
35798 (B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1951 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.
35799 w/o Jul 12, 1945, at Grand Prairie, Texas
35804 converted to B-26B.  sent to Vietnam Aug 1962 under *Farm Gate*.
Transferred to Clark Field. To Congo as 804 Aug 17, 1964
35806 w/o in creash Jul 28, 1950 10 mi E of Langley, Virginia in midair with 44-34111?
35808 (MSN 29087) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N8041E.
Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969.  
35810 (MSN 29089) to civil registry as N9403Z, in 1981 to Canada as C-GPUC 
for AirSpray 1967 Ltd. of Edmonton, Alberta, CA.  Lost in hanger fire, 
October 16, 2000 at Red Deer.  Registration cancelled Nov 7, 2000.
35811 (B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Crashed on
takeoff from Tourane June 19, 1951.
35813 converted to RB-26C.  To Vietnam in May 1962 under *Farm Gate*.  To Air America as 745 Oct 1961.
WFU Apr 1964.  Scrapped at Hill AFB.
35817 (3rd BW, 13th BS) lost on night intruder mission
between Sinanju/Phongyang, North Korea Jul 14, 1953.
35818 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 925.
35819 (RB-26C) loaned to France Aug 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.
35820 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17671 in 1964.
35821 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35822 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam
Jun 1962 under *Farm Gate*.  
Transferred to Clark Field April 1964.
Crashed an burned at Khormasksar airfield, Aden
on or about Aug 21, 1964 while on the way to the
Congo for CIA operations
35824 w/o in takeoff accident Apr 21, 1950 at WPAFB, Ohio.
35826 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
35828 (B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
35829 (B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955 and scrapped.
35830 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  To civil registry as N7745B
35831 (B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
35833 delivered to USAAF Jun 15, 1945.  Dropped from inventory
as surplus Oct 1960.
35836 damaged May 19, 1951 at Shaw AFB, South Carolina
35837 (B-26C) loaned to France Mar 1952 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Nov 1955 and scrapped.
35838 damage in landing accident Jul 18,1 946 at Eglin AFB, Florida
35839 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35840 crashed on Mt Baldy, Montana in bad weather Sep 16, 1947.  Two crew killed.
35844 (3rd BW) crew bailed out near Cho-do Jun 11, 1952.
35845 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
35847 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17656 in 1964.
35848 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
35855 converted to B-26B.  To Vietnam in
Dec 1961 under *Farm Gate*.  Scrapped
at Clark Field.
35856 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 825?
35857 (MSN 29136) to civil registry as N9300R.  To 
Airspray (67) of Canada as CF-ZTC Oct 9, 1979, Air Spray #13, then C-FZTC 
35858 (MSN 29137) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N8039E.
Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
35859 to France in June 1960.  Converted to
B-26APQ13 before delivery.  WFU Jan 
1967.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.  Preserved
at Bordeaux/Merignac.
35860 (MSN 29139) to civil registry as N8049E. Reported derelict
at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
35862 damaged in landint accident Jun 28, 1946 at Hill AFB, Utah
35863 (B-26C) to Guatemala in 1960 as FAG 400?
35864 w/o Nov 15, 1951 at Langley AFB, Virginia
35865 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17658.
35867 (MSN 29146) to civil registry as N8035E.  Reported derelict
at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
35868 (B-26C) to MASDC for storage.  SOC Feb 3, 1958.  Registered N3475G Jun 10, 1959, cncelled Aug 10, 1959
on export to Chile.
35869 (3rd BW, 8th BS) aborted takeoff and overrran runway
Dec 13, 1952.
35870 (MSN 29149) to civil registry as N1471V.  Converted to On Mark Marksman
as N320, later N99426.  Severely damaged at Tamiani by Hurricane
Andrew in 1992.  Dismantled and stored.
35872 (MSN 29151) registered as N9301R with Aircraft Specialties of
Phoenix, AZ.  Crashed May 16, 1969
35873 to VB-26C.  Damaged in landing accident in poor weather
at Key Field, MS May 19, 1950.
35874 (452nd BW, 730th BS) either hit by AAA or hit power line
Pakchon, North Korea Dec 2, 1950.
35875 (MSN 29154) to civil registry as N4816E.  To Airspray (67) of Canada initially as 
CF-PGF, later as C-FPGF
35877 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 834?
35880 (MSN 29159) to civil registry as N8048E.  Reported derelict
at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
35882 (3rd BW, 13th BS) shot down by AAA May 17, 1953.
35884 (13th BS, 3rd BG) lost in accident 6/11/52 over
Chodo Island.  Crew bailed out.
35886 to civil registry as N7194C.
35887 (452nd BW, 34th BS) lost while returning from night
intruder mission Jul 23, 1952.
35888 (MSN 29167) registered as N4810E to Military Aircraft
Restoration Corp of Anaheim, CA.
35889 (MSN 29168) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N8037E.
Crashed Roosevelt AZ Jun 28, 1964
35890 converted to B-26B.  to Vietnam in Aug 
1962 under *Farm Gate*.  Transferred to Clark Field.  To Congo as 890 Aug 1964.
35891 (B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.  Became N34962, N12787
35892 (B-26C) loaned to France July 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954.  Became N4811E.
Now at Pueblo, CO Memorial Airport.
35893 (MSN 29172) to civil registry as N4812E, in 1974 to Canada as C-GHCC for AirSpray 
1967 Ltd. of Edmonton, Alberta, CA. Was Air Spray 31.  Lost in hanger fire, October 16, 2000 at Red Deer.  
Registration cancelled Nov 7, 2000.  Disassembled in field north of Air Spray
hangar.
35896 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.
returned to USAF at Hill AFB and
rebuilt as B-26K 64-17640 in 1964.
35898 (MSN 29177) to civil registry as N3328G.  To Airspray (67) of Red Deer, Alberta,
Canada as CF-PGP May 14, 1971.  Later C-FPGP.  Sold to user in Australia Oct 2005.
Registration VH-VNI reserved Dec 2007, taken up by Aviation
Investments P/L of Archerfield Jan 4, 2008
35900 (B-26C) to France in Feb 1957 as 1203-C
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Missing at sea Dec 31, 1960.
35901 (B-26C) converted to TB-26C.  On civil registry as N91351.  Registration cancelled
Apr 19, 2004 as 'sale reported' Jan 14, 1977. Seen Dec 1980 at Tucson
Apt as TB-26C with no engines.
35902 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5172. 
Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn Dec 1968.
35904 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17647 in 1964.
35905 on civil registry as N9400Z
35906 (B-26C) to Chile in 1945 as 818.
35908 delovered to USAAF Jun 26, 1945.  (B-26C) to Chile 
in 1958 as 845. Converted into B-26D.  Survived collision 
with FACh 812 Nov 16, 1962. Retired Nov 16, 1964.
35910 (MSN 291890 to civil registry as N26A
35911 (MSN 29190, B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1951 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955.  Converted to Rock Island Monarch 26 N6840D.
Still flying in 1992.  Sold in 2000 to George Lancaster and flown
in Korean War black night interdictor scheme, named *Spirit of N. C.*
35912 converted to B-26B.  To Vietnam in Jan 1963 under *Farm Gate*.
Scrapped at Taipei.
35913 converted to On Mark Marketeer N3522G, later N303W, then N303WC.  Now on display at 
Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas.  Registered to Guy Counselam of Topeka, KA as N303WC.
35915 (452nd BW, 729th BS) MIA Feb 21,1951.
35918 (MSN 29197) to storage at Davis Monthan 1957.  To civil registry as N7953C with
the Beech Aircraft Corp for air-to-air refueling trials, then TI-1040L (for Costa Rica), then
TI-1040P, then to nominal registration HR-276 in 1969, to Honduran military as FAH 276
then 510.  Then to N2781G for Kelly AFB, TX for display in their museum.  Transferred to 
Lackland AFB, Texas where it is now displayed as BC-918, the Versatile Lady, later marked as 
434287, BC-287, "A", "Versatile Lady"
35919 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 833.
35920 modified to RB-26 status for 162nd TRS in 1950, later the
12th TRS in Korea.
35921 to civil registry as N3704G
35922 (452nd BW, 728th BS) crashed into sea after takeoff N of Natsue,
Honshu, Japan Dec 20, 1950.
35923 on display at Louisville, KY
35925 (3rd BW, HQ, 3rd BW) MIA on night intruder mission Jul 25, 1952.
35926 (B-26C) to France Sept 1956 as 1229-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N in 1962.  WFU Apr 1965.  SOC Sept 16, 1965.
35927 (B-26C) loaned to France Jan 1951 for service in Indochina.  Lost Nov 6,
1953 at Hon Dau island.
35928 (MSN 29207, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1956 as FAP 579.  Renumbered FAP 218 in 1960.
35930 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 927.
35931 (TB-26B, VB-26C) to Guatemala as FAG 408(?) in 1960.
35932 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2509. 
35937 (B-26B) to Chile in 1958 as 846.  Converted into B-26D.  Reported as
gate guard at El Bosque AB, Santiago.  This plane is now on display since Apr 1997 
at Jackson Barracks Military Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana.
44-35938 ... 44-35947
Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
MSN 29217/29226
35938 (MSN 29217) converted to RB-26C.  Converted to On Mark 
Marketeer N4203A.  Also N510X, N516X, D-BACA.  D-BACA made
wheels-up landing at Stuttgart Aug 11, 1970 but repaired
and crashed on landing at Zurich Feb 23, 1973.
Burned for fire practice at Zurich Jul 5, 1973.
35939 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed at Kunsan, Korea during night training
flight Oct 2, 1951.  Making a single-engine landing, the
nose gear warning light turned on and the pilot attempted a
single-engine go around.  Asymetrical thrust wrapped the
airplane up and it cartwheeled, throwing the instructor pilot
from the plane and killing the passenger.
35941 (731st BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 11/30/50.
35942 w/o Oct 5, 1951 O'Shima Isle, Japan when ran out of fuel
35943 w/o Dec 1, 1951 near Aylett, Virgina
25944 to Cuba Nov 1956 as FAEC 929
35945 (MSN 29224) Reported 1974 at King County AP, Seattle, WA
44-35948 ... 44-35952
Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
MSN 29227/29231
Completed and delivered but not taken on USAAF charge.
35948 (MSN 29227) to civil registry as N67164, N1244, N910H, N161H.  To Airspray (67) of
Red Deer, Alberta, Canada in 1965 as C-GHLX and serving as water bomber.  
Air Spray #32.  Was going to be on US registry, an unknown N-number was 
reserved.  Registration C-GHLX reserved again for Air Spray Ltd of Red 
Deer, AB.  C-GHLX cancelled Aug 27, 2008 and registration N381EC reserved
May 19, 2009, taken up Jun 19, 2009.
35949 converted to Le Tourneau B-26 N67165.  Crashed near Gregg County Airport, Longview, TX Jun 19, 1954.
35950 (MSN 29229) converted to Aero Trades B-26 N67148.  Crashed 
near Union City, OK Oct 3, 1955
35951 to civil registry as N33674, N37493
35952 (cn 29231) to civil registry as NX67166, N1S, N4984N, N4984U?
44-35953 ... 44-35953
Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
MSN 29232.  To civil registry as NL67150, then to CEV in France in 1953
as Z002, then 150. Reserialled 4435953 with French AF in 1960.
Lost Mar 4, 1963 in collision with 44-34521 and 44-35228.
44-35954 ... 44-35954
Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
MSN 29233.  Cancelled before completion
44-35955 ... 44-35955
Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
MSN 29234 on civil registry as N8394H.  Deregistered May 23, 1997 and is
in open storage, partially disassembled.  To N2923Y
44-35956 ... 44-35956
Douglas A-26-55-DT Invader
MSN 29235 
Completed and delivered but not taken on USAAF charge.  Became NX37482.
Flew in Bendix race of 1946
44-35957 ... 44-35996
Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
MSN 29236/29275
35957 to France in June 1960.  Converted to
B-26APQ13 before delivery.  WFU Apr
1967.  SOC Nov 21, 1967.
35958 (90th BS, 3rd BG) destroyed on take off 8/31/1951
at K-8 Kunsan Korea killing 90th Bomb Sqdn CO.
L/Col James H. Moyer
35961 (3rd BW, 90th BS) hit by AAA and landed in paddy Apr 1, 1953.
35962 (47th BG) destroyed along with 44-35973 in crash at Great Falls, MT Aug 9, 1946
35963 to Guatemala as 400(?) in 1960.
35964 (MSN 29243) to civil registry as N4813E.  Crashed at Cimarron, NM Jun 26, 1988
35968 used as spare parts source for Operation
*Haik* in May/Jun 1958.  Most
likely abandoned in Indonesia.
35969 (B-26C) sold on civilian market as N8628E.
To Brazil in 1969 as 5175.  Withdrawn 1975.
35971 (3rd BW) crashed at K-9 in Korea Oct 1952.
35972 (731st BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 2/12/51.
35973 (47th BG) destroyed along with 44-35962 in crash at Great Falls, MT Aug 9, 1946.
35974 (731st, 3rd BG) MIA 4/26/51 in night mission.
35975 (TB-26B) to France in Aug 1959.  WFU Jan 1964.
SOC Feb 4, 1964.
35985 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed at K-13 on single-engined
GCA approach 7/29/51.
35986 (MSN 29265) delivered to USAAF Jul 20, 1945.  To civil registry as N6382T.  Reported
1980 as ground instructional airframe at Detroit-Metro AP
Technical School.  On display at Selfridge ANGB, MI, marked 
as 44-35884
35988 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 931.
35989 to France in Nov 1960.  WFU Mar 1964.  SOC Apr 29, 1965.
35991 (B-26C) loaned to France Feb 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Nov 1955. 
35994 converted to TB-26C.  To civil registry as N4822E.  Scrapped at Tucson 1973
35996 to France in Oct 1960.  WFU Feb 1964. SOC Apr 29, 1965.
44-35997 ... 44-36047
Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
MSN 29276/29326
Most were cancelled before completion.  Those
that were completed were scrapped before delivery.
35999 (MSN 29278) To civil registry as N5052N, converted
to Lockheed Air Services Super 26, later to N52NM, XB-SIJ, then to Air Spray (67) Ltd
of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada as C-GQPZ.   It had been a parts source, but was also damaged
in the Oct 16, 200 hangar fire.  The serial number for this plane
must be wrong, since this batch did not exist.  The serial number 44-35999 and the MSN 
are based on the assumption that 1302 is the fuselage number.
44-36048 ... 44-36097
Douglas A-26C-60-DT Invader
MSN 29327/29376
Most were cancelled before completion.  Those that were 
completed were scrapped before delivery.
44-36098 ... 44-36797
Douglas A-26C Invader
MSN 29377/30076.  Cancelled contract.
44-36798 ... 44-37996
Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26C Invader
45-17343 ... 45-19342
Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26E-DT Invader
MSN 37329/39328
45-22393 ... 45-22792
Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26D-DL Invader
MSN 36929/37328
45-53575 ... 45-54824
Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26E-DT Invader
MSN 41604/42853
45-54825 ... 45-55174
Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26D-DL Invader
MSN 40579/40928
49-1491 ... 49-1756
North American T-28A Trojan
Model NA-159.  MSN 159-1, 159-4/268.  Steve Darke has published several T-28 documents and a production list spreadsheet.  
The information below amplifies data previously sent.
Information from ThaiAviation.net, logbookmag.com/databases and amarcexperience.com.
Many converted to GT-28A and T-28D, others to Navy as T-28C/D for FMS.
T-28D was ex-USAF T-28A converted for COIN role from 1962 with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engine.  Two ordnance
pylons and one large gun pod under each wing (no internal ammunition storage).  No belly
speed brake.  Sequence #1 to 131.
T-28D-5 was T-28D converted from 1965.  Wing strengthening modifications, internal ammunition in wings, smaller
faired gun pods.  3 ordnance pylons under each wing.  R-1820 engine.  No belly speed brake.  Sequence #132 to 311.
1491 (MSN 159-1) First flight 24Sep49.  [this aircraft appears to have been the ‘prototype’, that is, it seems to 
have flown before both XT-28 aircraft].  Delivered to USAF 19Jul49.  Assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
SOC 28Jul49. Used as static test airframe.  
1492 (MSN 159-4) To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 12Sep57
To civil registry as N7492C, cancelled Aug 22, 1963 on export to Nicaraguan AF.
1493 (MSN 159-5) to Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
Registered N7680C; cancelled 8Aug74.  Returned to USAF as 49-1493, 27Dec67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 28Dec67.  Rebuilt as T-28D-5 (#285) In 1970.  
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 19Jul68. SOC 15Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-86/11
W/o near Udon, Thailand Feb 28, 1983.
1494 (MSN 159-6) assigned to Edwards AFB, CA, and used in a 250 flight hour Accelerated Service Test.
Redesignated JT-28A.  Assigned to Air Training Command.  To US Air Force Museum in Sep 1965
1495 (MSN 159-7) assigned to Edwards AFB, CA, and used in a 250 flight hour Accelerated Service Test.
To MASDC as TA134 Jan 24, 1969.  Bought at DoD sale 23Aug78.  on civil register as N9019V Jan 1979,, cancelled.  
Registered N2800A Jun 1979.  To Wings of History Museum of Flight Sep 18, 2002.
1496 (MSN 159-8) assigned to Edwards AFB, CA, and used in a 250 flight hour Accelerated Service Test.
Assigned to Flight Test Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Redesignated ET-28A.  Redesignated JT-28A.
Accident 16Oct50 due to mechanical failure taxying at Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, OH.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 17Feb58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 29Jul66.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#223)Converted to T-28D-5, line number 223.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Aug66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] and to Royal Lao AF as 49-1496 Aug 7, 1966. 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos.  Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army 
Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3407, 1975.  Sold and shipped to Australia 1988.  Registered N1496K May90; Reregistered N2496
Registered N2496 Jun90 as a North American/Kenney NA-260 Nomad; current [Nov15]
Substantially damaged 7Dec91 at Bermuda Dunes, CA. The aircraft departed for a local area flight. About 300 feet 
above the ground, the engine lost power. The pilot executed an emergency landing in an open field with the landing 
gear retracted. During the landing, one propeller blade separated from the engine and struck the right wing, 
damaging the wing spar. The occupants were not injured. A post accident examination of the engine found no 
mechanical failure. During repair of the wings, the military style self-sealing fuel bladders self-seal lining were 
found deteriorated and the fuel screens were partially blocked by the fuel cell material.
1497 (MSN 159-9) delivered to USAF 27Apr50 [sic]. SOC 28Jun50
Written off 9Mar50 whilst on pre-delivery test flight when the aircraft stalled & crashed at the east end of 
runway 25L at Los Angeles [LAX], CA, when attempting a landing after the cowling detached and struck the port 
wing during a dive at 5,000ft. Undercarriage failure caused a belly landing; damaged beyond repair. Pilot was 
the famous test pilot Jean L "Skip" Ziegler, who escaped uninjured. (Ziegler was killed test flying the Bell X-3 prototype in 1953).
1498 (MSN 159-10) to the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58
Registered N9629C; cancelled.
1499 (MSN 159-11)Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX.
Accident 22May53 when landing at Bryan AFB, TX.  Crashed and destroyed 19Oct54 near Bryan AFB, TX during a night n
avigation training exercise
1500 (MSN 159-12) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 17Feb58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 23Jul66.
Converted to T-28D-5 (#222)  Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Aug66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao AF.  W/o in North Vietnamese army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos Jul 16, 1967
1501 (MSN 159-13) to the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3219G; cancelled
1502	(MSN 159-14) assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK.
Accident 18Apr51 due to mechanical failure taking off at Tinker AFB, OK.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N2895G to California Airmotive 13Apr59; cancelled 29Apr63. Believed scrapped Mar60
1503 (MSN 159-15) Assigned to LAPFO Los Angeles IAP, CA
Accident 16Jun50 due to mechanical failure taking off at Los Angeles IAP, CA.
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX.
Mid air collision 14Oct51 with T-28A 49-1739 1 mile north of Bryan AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58
Registered N7668C May59; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 22Oct12. 
Returned to USAF as 49-1503, 22May68.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 23May68
Converted to T-28D-5, line number 316.  Back to USAF for conversion to T-28D-5 (#316).  Assigned to 
Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1503/0-91503. Written off 8Feb71; probably one of 2 T-28s burnt at Vientiane on 8 February 71
1504 (MSN 159-16) assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 21Jan58. Reclaimed 1Sep58.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 15Jul66.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 221.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Aug66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 49-1504/0-91504. Written off 7Nov66
1505 (MSN 159-17) delivered to USAF 19Jul50 at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58.
Registered N3707G Nov59; cancelled 17Jun70.  Damaged in collision on the ground with Bell 47G-1 helicopter Mar 19, 1967 
whilst taxying at Addison, Dallas, Texas. The helicopter caught fire and was destroyed: fire spread to the T-28A, 
severely damaging the airframe.  Purchased as a wreck by Smith & Smith and sat in Death Valley until 2009 when it was 
purchased for restoration.Registration N849JG assigned 12Nov10 but ntu; cancelled 29Jun11
1506 (MSN 159-18) assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK.  Accident 21Aug50 due to mechanical failure at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
Registered N9612C; revoked 14Jan71, cancelled 26Feb13. Returned to USAF as 49-1506, 16May68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 17May68.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 315.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Jan70.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1506/0-91506. 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos.  Escaped to Thailand May75.
To Philippine Air Force 1975 as 49-1506/91506
1507 (MSN 159-19) assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK.  Accident 13Feb51 at Scott AFB, IL.
Assigned to Amarillo Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX.  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan 
AFB, AZ, 16Feb59.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 16Jul66.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 220
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
1508 (MSN 159-20) assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA.
Accident 11Jan52 due to mechanical failure taking off at Moody AFB, GA.
Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 19Mar58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 24Jun66.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 219.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1508/0-91508. Written off 19Jul69
1509 (MSN 159-21) to the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. 
Registered N3664G; cancelled 9Dec70. 
1510 (MSN 159-22) Delivered to USAF 12Jul50 at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 14Nov51 due to mechanical failure landing at Barksdale AFB, LA
Mid air collision 7Feb53 with T-28 51-3534 10 miles SE of Bryan AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59
Registered N3670G 14Jan60; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 16Jul13. 
Returned to USAF as 49-1510, 4Jan68.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 5Jan68
Converted to T-28D-5, line number 286.  Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 13Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1510/0-91510. W/o 2Aug71
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1511 (MSN 159-23) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Crashed 6Jul51 due to engine failure landing at Woodring Municipal Airport, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3215G; cancelled 
1512 (MSN 159-24) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Crashed 16Feb53 due to engine failure 14 miles NNE of Novasota, TX
1513 (MSN 159-25) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N9879C 16Nov59; cancelled 26Jun64 on export to Dominican Republic
Sold to Dominican Republic Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de República Dominicana 17Jun64 as 2801
Registered HI-315 Oct78.  Registered N300AF 6Feb80; current Nov15
1514 (MSN 159-26) Delivered to USAF 8Jul50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 19Sep58
Registered N9669C 16Nov59; cancelled 4Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1514, 9Jan68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 10Jan68.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 287
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 13Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1514/0-91514. W/o 3Dec68
1515 (MSN 159-27) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58.
Registered N7708C 1960; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 22Oct12
Crashed 10Apr68 at Holbrook, AZ, due to engine failure caused by a sheared shaft in the fuel pump. This had, 
in turn, been caused by an undetermined contamination in fuel screen. Left wing of aircraft struck ground in 
turn whilst circling on final approach to Holbrook, Arizona
1516 (MSN 159-28) to civil registry as N510MH then N10WX
Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 9Feb51 due to structural failure at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
Registered N7665C Apr58; reregistered N510MH Feb67
Registered N510MH Feb67. Registered to Institute of Atmospheric Sciences, Rapid City, SD, 30Mar70; reregistered N10WX 15May98
The armored T-28A, flew weather research 30 years for the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences, South Dakota Schools of 
Mining & Technology.  It was designed in the late 60's in response to the Russian's claim they could modify weather at will.  
The T-28 was fitted with scientific measuring instruments and added structural strength to study hail and weather 
modification techniques.  Research gradually evolved into severe storm penetration to study the micro-physical aspects 
within the storm.  In later years it was used to study tornado producing storms.  The T-28 was the only aircraft, 
at the time that was able to withstand the forces of a level 6 (55 dBz) thunderstorm.   
Williamson Aircraft Co. (headed by Robin Williamson) contracted to outfit the aircraft for hailstorm penetrations. 
This work began in 1968 and was carried on through 1969.   After the modifications were complete, the T-28 was capable of 
performing hailstorm penetrations to altitudes up to about 25,000 ft (7.6 km) and was able to withstand impacts of 
hailstones up to 7.5 cm in diameter at 100 m/s relative speed with minimal damage. Some meteorological instrumentation 
was installed and the aircraft made some test flights during the summer of 1969 at Rapid City, South Dakota, and 
Flagstaff, Arizona, for the primary purpose of determining its capacity for carrying heavy loads of structural ice. 
It was found that the aircraft could handle up to an inch of ice with only a relatively small increase in speed 
to maintain controllability. Since the T-28 was to be used in summer thunderstorms where a layer of warm air would be 
present between icing zones and the ground, icing was not felt to be a major problem.
At this time, ownership of the T-28 passed to the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences at the South Dakota School of Mines 
and Technology. The Institute's Director, Dr. Richard Schleusener, was a leading figure in the U.S. hail research 
effort at that time and had actively supported MacCready's concept of an armored aircraft for hailstorm penetrations.
In 1969, a military technical order (TO) revealed that the aircraft needed strengthening of the wing main spar to keep 
it airworthy. This order came as a result of extensive military experience with T-28 aircraft, including some wing 
failures during high-g aerobatic maneuvers. The T-28 was therefore sent to the Naval Air Rework Facility at Pensacola, 
Florida, for wing spar strengthening.
The T-28 returned to active duty in time to make a few cloud penetrations prior to the end of the 1970 hail season in 
Colorado. These operations with the Joint Hail Research Project proved the viability of the T-28 as a thunderstorm 
research platform. Fifteen cloud penetrations into increasingly larger storms were made to build confidence in the system.
Engine problems and other experiences in 1971 led to the conclusion that the T-28 required a significant change in the 
engine and an updating of the basic aircraft. As a result, in 1972 the aircraft was sent back to the Naval Air Rework 
Facility at Pensacola, Florida, to be upgraded with extensive airframe updating and installation of a more state-of-the-art 
engine (R-1820-86A) and a stronger propeller. These changes increased engine power from 1200 to 1425 horsepower. 
After the Naval Air Rework Facility accomplished these changes, the T-28 was in outstanding mechanical condition. 
It made nearly 200 research flights from 1972 through 1976 in support of the National Hail Research Experiment (NHRE) 
without further modifications. Then, structural strengthening in the tail section was accomplished by the Naval Air 
Rework Facility in 1977 in response to another TO.
Two more successful field seasons, involving thunderstorm studies in Colorado, Florida, and Oklahoma, followed in 1978 
and 1979 before a mishap on a slippery runway necessitated replacement of the engine and propeller in 1980. The replacement 
engine was identical to the damaged one. However, the replacement propeller was a shortened model used for carrier-based 
aircraft; this resulted in an estimated 15% increase in rate of fuel consumption with a corresponding decrease of 15 min 
in flight duration but no significant loss in other performance characteristics.
The T-28 participated in summer field programs almost every year from 1972 through 2003. Overhauls of the last engine 
in 1981 and 1982 left the T-28 in the late 1990's with a low-time engine (600 hours) having a life expectancy 
equivalent to nearly another decade of field seasons. Another long-blade propeller was located in 1987 and was 
installed on the aircraft to return its endurance to the former levels.
Registered N10WX 15May98; current Nov15.  N10WX was retired in 2005 with the plan that it would be placed on display 
at the Strategic Air & Space Museum in Nebraska, however, the museum chose to exercise an agreement clause that allowed them 
to sell the T-28 for cash.   Mark Clark purchased it for scrap parts.  When the "Storm" community heard about it, they were 
able to acquire the remaining bulk of the aircraft and truck it to Norman, OK where it's currently stored in a hanger.  T
The plan now is to rebuild it for display at the proposed National Weather Museum across from the National Weather Center 
in Norman, OK.
1517 (MSN 159-29) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 19Sep58
Registered N9898C  9Feb59; revoked 14Jan77
1518 (MSN 159-30) Written off 6Feb57
1519 (MSN 159-31) Delivered to USAF 22Jul50 to Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registration N3185G ntu.  Registered N8098H; cancelled 20Jan76.	 Returned to USAF as 49-1519, 13May68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 314.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 16Jan70.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force  as 49-1519/0-91519
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3408, 1975. 
Stored, derelict at Thong Hi Hin AB, Xieng Khouang, Laos, 1975-1988. Sold to Australia 1988
Registered VH-AVC 22May91.  Impounded at Archerfield, Brisbane, QLD, Australia by Australian government for tax liabilities 18Apr06
1520 (MSN 159-32) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
Registered N3216G; cancelled 2Mar82 on export to Canada
Registered C-GTDG Mar82; cancelled 8Sep88.  Registered N7038U 27Sep88. Registered as a North American/Walker T-28A; current Nov15
1521 (MSN 159-33) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 5Oct50 landing at Vance AFB, OK.  Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59.
Registered N3665G; cancelled 8Oct65
1522 (MSN 159-34) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 23Aug50 due to mechanical failure taking off at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 9Jun58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 218
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 22Jun66.  To Ethiopian Air Force Jun 22, 1966.
1523 (MSN 159-35) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 217
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1523/0-91523 Jul 21, 1966
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Damaged by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67. W/o 9Dec68
1524 (MSN 159-36) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 20Jan58. Reclaimed 1Dec58. To Museum
Returned to USAF as 49-1524, 18Aug64.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. 
Converted to T-28D-5, line number 216.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 22Jun66.
To Ethiopian Air Force Jun 22, 1966.  To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 
25Feb69 as 524, code FG-524.  Crashed 7Feb70 at N’Djili, Kinshasa, DRC  during an air display
1525 (MSN 159-37) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. SOC 21Jun65. 
BoS from USAF 21Jun58.  Registered N7691C 24Mar59; reregistered.  Registered N76912; current Nov15
1526 (MSN 159-38) Assigned to Amarillo Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 14Feb59. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 215
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1526/0-91526 Jul 21, 1966
Written off by a small arms and rocket attack on Luang Prabang, Laos, night of 1/2Feb67
[reported to Khmer AF 1970, but unlikely]
1527 (MSN 159-39) to the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58
Registered N3217G; cancelled
1528 (MSN 159-40) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 8Sep50 due to mechanical failure landing at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
Registered N3212G; cancelled 1Mar63.  Returned to USAF as 49-1528, 17Oct66.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#254)
To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 7Nov67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 2Dec67 as 528, code FG-528.
Crashed landed 4Aug68 at Kwamouth, DRC and destroyed by fire after hitting the River Congo.
1529 (MSN 159-41) Delivered to USAF 8Aug50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 29Sep58
Registered N2808G 24Dec58; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 13Dec12.  Returned to USAF as 49-1529, 11Jan68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 288.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 13Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1529/0-91529. W/o 29/30Nov68
1530 (MSN 159-42) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 19Apr51 when the crew bailed out due to engine failure; the aircraft crashed 5 miles N of Petersburg, Hale County, Texas.
1531 (MSN 159-43) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 17Feb58. Reclaimed 1Sep58.
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#214).  Assigned to Sacramento Air 
Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jul66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1531/0-91531 Jul 14, 1966.  Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
in Laos. Crash landed 1967/68 Laos; repaired
1532 (MSN 159-44) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK.
Crash landing 7Aug50 due to engine failure 4 miles east of Kremlin, OK.
Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 19Mar58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 21, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 213.
Assigned to 605th Air Commando Squadron [sic], Howard AFB, Panama.
Back To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 4May70. Departed 11May70
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-89/13.
1533 (MSN 159-45) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3230G 18Feb59; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 49-1533, 18Oct66.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#253).  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 7Nov67
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 2Dec67 as 533, code FG-533.
Ditched 27Oct70 in Bay of Burton, Lake Tanganyika, DRC  after engine failure possibly caused by enemy ground fire
1534 (MSN 159-46) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N2814G 1963; current Nov15
Significantly damaged 7Aug69 at Big Bear Creek, BC, Canada. The aircraft was on a delivery flight from Anchorage, AK 
to Los Angeles, CA when it collided with wires or poles during unwarranted low flying and came to rest in water.
1535 (MSN 159-47) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 31Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
Registered N9687C 1958; Registered N91535 4Oct85; current Nov15
1536 (MSN 159-48) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 31Jan58. 
Registered N9699C; cancelled
1537 (MSN 159-49) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. 
Registered N3751G; cancelled
1538 (MSN 159-50) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 17Feb58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#212). RTS with 605th
Air Commando Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama.  Back to MASDC May 4, 1970.  Departed 9May70
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Royal Thai AF as JF13-90/13.  Preserved and on display at the south gate Prachuap Khiri Khan RTAFB, Thailand
1539 (MSN 159-51) Delivered to USAF 16Aug50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 29Jul59.
To civil registry as N3519G Sep 18, 1959, cancelled Nov 2, 1970.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#284). 
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-87/11 in 1968.  To US civil registry as N3519G 
again, then N1F Jun 14, 1984. Registration N20CP reserved Oct 3, 2006, taken up Nov 13, 2006.  Registered N82FT 15May14; 
current Nov15
1540 (MSN 159-52) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58.
To civil registry Dec 22, 1959 as N3708G, cancelled Dec 12, 1963 on export to Nicaraguan AF as 217 
Dec 12, 1963.  To N99395 Mar 1977, current.
1541 (MSN 159-53) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3205G; cancelled 
1542 (MSN 159-54) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3208G; cancelled. Returned to USAF as 49-1542, 17Oct66.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. 
Converted to T-28D-5 (#252).  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 7Nov67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 2Dec67 as 542, code FG-542.
Crashed 17Jun68 near the University of Lovanium, Kinshasa, DRC  during aerobatics.
1543 (MSN 159-55) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 5Apr57. Departed 22May57
To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA.
Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, 
Greater Peoria Airport, IL.  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 15Aug58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. 
Departed 14Jun65/  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#211).  
Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.  To Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 22Jan67.
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 11Apr67. SOC 23Sep68.
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1543/0-91543. W/o 29/30Sep68
1544 (MSN 159-56) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3234G; cancelled.  To Mexican AF as T28-975. Assigned to 204th Air Squadron To US civil registry Oct 18, 1988 as N6FY.  
Current.  On display at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX
1545 (MSN 159-57) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 17Sep58
To N6514C, registered Aug 5, 1959.  revoked Nov 24, 1971, cancelled Aug 6, 2013 as "expired".  to Ecuadorian AF as 91545,
later FAE545, Jan 1967.  Preserved and displayed at Museo Aeronautico de la Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador
as FAE 43223, code TB-229.  T-28 50-229 is also coded TB-229
1546 (MSN 159-58) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 4Aug54 landing at Selma Auxiliary Airport, AL
1547 (MSN 159-59) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 18Apr51 taxying at Vance AFB, OK.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58.
Registered N2839G.  Registration N5467H reserved Mar63 but ntu.  Registered N2839G; cancelled 8Apr65 on export to 
Dominican Republic AF as 2806.  Registered HI-283 Oct 1978 for ferry flight from Santo Domingo to Daytona Beach, FL.
To N200AF Mar 15, 1980.  Registered N228AF 10Jan94; current Nov15
Damaged 24May08 when landing at Greenville, TN with the gear retracted. The pilot was from Greenville, TN, 
approximately 50 miles to the southeast of Rogersville. He flew to Rogersville for a meeting. After the meeting, 
he was giving a ride to a former T-28 pilot who was manipulating the controls and doing such a good job that he 
did not realize as they were coming in for a landing that the landing gear was not down. He stated that he realized the 
gear had not been extended at touch down but it was too late.
1548 (MSN 159-60) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3213G; cancelled
1549 (MSN 159-61) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS.
Crashed 12Jun53 due to structural failure 2 miles south of Greenville AFB, MS.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3211G; cancelled
1550 To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3237G; cancelled.
1551 (MSN 159-63) Delivered to USAF 8Sep50 at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59.
To civil registry Jan 8, 1960 as N3669G, revokded Dec 9, 1970, cancelled Dec 18 2012.  Returned to USAF Jan 17, 1968. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH and converted to T-28D-5 (#289) 
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].   To Royal Lao AF and was w/o Jul 30, 1970
1552 (MSN 159-64) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3220G; cancelled
1553 (MSN 159-65) Delivered to USAF 15Sep50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58.
Registered N2867G; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 18Sep12.  Returned to USAF as 49-1553, 18Jan68.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#290).
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Aug68.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao AF and w/o in Jun 22 or 24, 1969.
1554 (MSN 159-66) Delivered to USAF 27Sep50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N2891G 29Jan59; cancelled 23Dec70.  Returned to USAF as 49-1554, 14Nov67.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Convered to T-28D-5 (#283).  
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Aug68.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Royal Thai AF, Leased to Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 49-1554/0-91554. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
Damaged Apr73 at Pochentong. Damaged Jun74 at Kompong Chang. Escaped to Thailand 1975.
To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 49-1554/91554. 
1555 (MSN 159-67) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3225G; cancelled.
1556 (MSN 159-68) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
Registered N9107Z; cancelled 18Jun63 on export to Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
1557 (MSN 159-69) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Crash landing 17Nov50 due to engine failure 3 miles SW of Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N3469G; cancelled 4Jun70; Registered N3469G 13Dec76; reregistered; Registered N800DM 22Feb77; cancelled 5Dec78
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-2 Normair, line number 2
Registered N800DM 2Oct78 as a North American – Martin T-28A with c/n 1300DM; reregistered
Registered N1557A Dec79; current Nov15. Returned to stock military configuration. 
1558 (MSN 159-70) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 5Apr57. Departed 22May57
To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA 
Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, 
Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 7Aug58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 210.
Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand
Hit by debris from own bomb blast and crashed while attacking a vehicle on Route 23 near Ban Karai Pass near Ban Som Peng, Laos
Dec 25, 1967.  Both crew killed.
1559 (MSN 159-71) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 11Apr57. Departed 27May57
To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA 
Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, 
Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 24Nov58. Departed 15Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 15, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 209
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand
With 634th Combat Support Group, 606th Air Commando Squadron hit by 37mm AAA and crashed
while attacking a moving truck on Route 911 near Ban Muong Sen, Laos Apr 1, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
1560 (MSN 159-72) Delivered to USAF 15Sep50 at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK 16Sep50
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55] 25Oct55
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20Jan58. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3226G; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-977
Registered N8156U with c/n 491960; expired 30Jun11, cancelled 20Sep13
Slowly being converted into an automobile which may look like a Grumman Avenger. Located at Galena park, Texas
Currently with Jason Barnett, Galena Park, Houston.  Has the tail of Mexican AF T28-903.
1561 (MSN 159-73) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 21Jan58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. Departed 15Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 15, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 208
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 14Oct68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Oct 4, 1968 as 49-1561/0-91561 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 49-1561/91561, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. Sold 14Mar89
Shipped to Australia May90. Noted stored dismantled at Coolangatta, Australia Jan03
1562 (MSN 159-74) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3227G; cancelled 
1563 (MSN 159-75) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 15Oct59
Registered N3750G; cancelled 3Aug67 on export to Ecuador.  To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana
1564 (MSN 159-76) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N2824G; revoked 11Nov77, cancelled 24May12.  Returned to USAF as 59-1493, 12Dec67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 282
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-82/11
Collided with 51-3486 94/13 and w/o Apr 7, 1975, 
1565 (MSN 159-77) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
Registered N7663C 21Oct59; cancelled 29Nov00
1566 (MSN 159-78) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
Registered N3232G; cancelled 4Apr63.  Registered N3232G 5Dec77; current Nov15
1567 (MSN 159-79) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 16Jul51 landing at Vance AFB, OK.  Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59
Registered N1920G; cancelled 5Oct72
Registered N192G reserved Feb 19, 2008, taken up May 19, 2008; expired 31Mar13, cancelled 28Aug13
1569 (MSN 159-81) Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 16Sep62.
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D, line number 207. 
RTS with 631st Composite Group, Nakhon Phanon AB, Thailand.
With 56th Air Commando Wing 606th Air Commando Squadron hit by AAA and crashed near Ban Katoi, North Vietnam
Jul 12, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
1570 (MSN 159-82) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 28Apr53 21 miles ENE of Selma, AL
Crashed 30Jul53 3 miles south of Selma, AL. Control was lost when the left wing landing light extended in flight; 
the pilots bailed out
1571 (MSN 159-83) Assigned to Wright Air Development Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
To 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 9Jan61. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 206
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 1Oct68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao AF as 49-1571 in 1968.  W/o in Nov 1970.
1572 (MSN 159-84) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 16Jul58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 205
RTS with 631st Composite Group, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.
With 56th Air Commando Wing, 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed in Laos after engine failed
Jan 2, 1968.  Pilot survived and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
1573 (MSN 159-85) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N3706G; cancelled 8May62
1574 (MSN 159-86) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. 
Donated 27Jul59 to The Independent School District of Thief River Falls, MN for use as a GIA
Registered N3517G 23Jun60; cancelled 20May65.  Registered N80696 Feb79; current Nov15
1575 (MSN 159-87)  Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
Force landing 29Nov55 due to engine failure 4 miles NNW of Whigham, GA. 
1576 (MSN-88)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3228G; cancelled
1577 (MSN 159-89) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59
Registered N3662G; cancelled 8Oct64.  Crashed 12Sep64 in bad weather near Houston, TX
1578 (MSN 159-90) Delivered to USAF 9Oct50 at Craig AFB, AL
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 12Dec51 due to mechanical failure while taxying at Bryan AFB, TX
Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 21Oct53 when landing due to mechanical failure at Craig AFB, Selma, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N2815G 13Jul59; cancelled 28Jul67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1578, 7Dec67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 281
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force  as JF13-83/11.
W/o Aug 18, 1973 at Surin airport.
1579 (MSN 159-91) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3214G; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-980
Registered N7055N 12Jan89; current Nov15
1580 (MSN 159-92) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3222G; cancelled.  Registered N281TT 9Feb81; current Nov15 
1581 (MSN 159-93) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N3154G; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 22Dec14 
1582 (MSN 159-94) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 26Mar57. Departed 27May57
To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA.
Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, Greater 
Peoria Airport, IL.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 7Aug58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5, line number 204.  
RTS with 606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. 
With 634th Combat Support Group 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed from unknown cause
while on test flight near Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB, Thailand Oct 23, 1966.  Both crew killed.
1583 (MSN 159-95) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 13Mar58. Reclaimed 1Dec58.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 21, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 203.
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 5Oct68
To Royal Lao Air Force  as 49-1583/0-91583.  Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Crashed 12Oct71 due to engine failure 
1584 (MSN 159-96) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N8391H; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 22Dec14.  Returned to USAF as 49-1584, 5Dec67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 280
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force 
To Royal Lao Air Force  1Dec72 as 49-1584/0-91584.
Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3410, 1975. To Australia
Registration VH-BJF reserved but ntu.  Registered VH-CIA 22Sep93; current Nov15
1585 (MSN 159-97)  Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Crash landing 3Jul51 due to engine failure 7 miles east of Hennessey, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3209G 18Feb59; cancelled 
1586 (MSN 159-98) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D, line number 202.  RTS
with 606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.
With 56th Air Commando Wing 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed after engine failed over Ho Chi
Minh trail in southern Laos Jan 28, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and eluded capture and was rescued next
morning by USAF helicopter.
1587 (MSN 159-99) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. 
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-2 Normair, line number 10
Registered N9106Z; cancelled 5Jun71.  Registered N28DS 5Jun71; current Nov15 
1588 (MSN 159-100) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Oct57. 
Registered N7955C; cancelled 
1589 (MSN 159-101) Delivered to USAF 22Sep50.  Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK 26Sep50. 
Crashed 20Feb51 2.5 miles SE of Crescent, Logan County, OK.
1590 (MSN 159-102) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Oct57. 
Registered N9691C; cancelled 
1591 (MSN 159-103) To 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 21, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 201
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 3Jan69
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force  as 49-1591/0-91591. W/o Mar71 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1592 (MSN 159-104) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3210G; cancelled.  To Mexican AF as T28-916.  To US civil registry
as N7055M Jan 12, 1989, then on civil registry as N92TL Jun 12, 2001, current.
1593 (MSN 159-105) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Mid air collision 8Jul52 with T-28 49-1598 16 miles SSW Bryan AFB, TX. The crew bailed out
1594 (MSN 159-106) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Accident 9Apr51 due to fire during taxying at Craig AFB, Selma, AL.  W/o 26Sep55
1595 (MSN 159-107) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 20Oct53 due to mechanical failure when taking off from Bryan AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Oct57. 
Registered N9694C; cancelled 
1596 (MSN 159-108) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N9460Z; cancelled 25May67 on export to Ecuador
To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana Jan 1967 as TB-596.
1597 (MSN 159-109) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3236G; cancelled
1597 (MSN 159-109) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3236G; cancelled
1598 (MSN 159-110) Assigned to HQ Squadron, Scott AFB, IL
Accident 20Mar51 due to mechanical failure when taking off from Scott AFB, IL
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Mid air collision 8Jul52 with T-28 49-1593 16 miles SSW Bryan AFB, TX.
1599 (MSN 159-111) To 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 200
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 21Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Sep 21, 1968 as 49-1599/0-91599. 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Combat damage 25May70 returning to 20A from the PDJ. The pilot landed at 20A mid-morning after a solo shuttle and 
visual reconnaissance mission from Vientiane. The second sortie of the day was fairly uneventful; it included a 
check in with Black Lion, north of the PDJ, some visual reconnaissance, and strafing on a trail west of the PDJ. 
Upon exiting the PDJ headed south to Alternate, the pilot heard several muffled explosions, sounding like large 
backfires. Shortly thereafter, he lost aileron control, and started getting smoke in the cockpit. The 50 caliber 
ammunition in the left wing was cooking off. The pilot bailed out. The wing had separated from the aircraft before 
hitting the ground. An Air America UH-1 landed within 5-10 minutes and picked up the pilot.
1600 (MSN 159-112) Delivered to USAF 9Oct50 at Craig AFB, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N2890G; cancelled 14Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1600, 23Jan68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 291
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force Sep 17, 1968 as 49-1600/0-91600. Crashed 8Feb71 when the pilot had to bail out south of the Plain of Jars
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos   					
1601 (MSN 159-113) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N9667C 12Dec58; cancelled 8May74.  Returned to USAF as 49-1601, 30Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 279
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force  as JF13-85/11.
Preserved and on display at the Directorate of Education, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand
1602 (MSN 159-114) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N9668C; cancelled 21Oct64 on export to Dominican Republic
To Dominican Republic Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de República Dominicana Aug64 as 2802. Written off
1603 (MSN 159-115)Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 9Apr54 due to structural failure 2.5 miles SSE of Burnsville, AL.
1604 (MSN 159-116) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5, line number 199.  RTS.
With 634th Combat Support Group, 606th Air Commando Squadron shot down by AAA near Ban Loumpoum, Laos
Jan 17, 1967.  Pilot KIA
1605 (MSN 159-117) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1 #4. Registered N8396H; cancelled 26Oct62 on export to Brazil
To Brazilian Naval Aviation as N-702.  Believed w/o
1606 (MSN 159-118) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Accident 15Oct53 due to mechanical failure taking off at Craig AFB, Selma, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
To civil registry as N3221G; cancelled 14Oct63 on export to Nicaragua
To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional
1607 (MSN 159-119) Written off 15Aug56
1608 (MSN 159-120) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N9880C 6Oct58; cancelled 28Jul67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1608, 28Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5 (#278) 
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] and went to Royal Lao AF as 49-1608/0-91608. w/o Aug 6, 1968 or Aug 7, 1968
1609 (MSN 159-121) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58
Registered N3231G; cancelled 
1610 (MSN 159-122) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Saudi AF Sep 28, 1957.
1611 (MSN 159-123) (GT-28A) on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
1612 (MSN 159-124) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
On civil registry as N7285C.  Intended for Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (Batista), later delivered to Air International of
Miami, FL for refurbishment for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but not delivered.  Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort 
Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Registered N7285C; cancelled 12Jan71.  To the Nathanial Hawthorne College, Antrim, NH, 1966
Purchased back by USAF Nov 21, 1967. To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH and converted to 
T-28D-5 (#277) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAPand went to Royal Lao AF.  Crashed 12Mar71. This was probably the T-28 that, 
during take-off from Long Tieng on 12 March 71, crashed into the first ridgeline to the south of the strip, after the 
pilot had bailed out
1613 (MSN 159-125) Delivered to USAF 26Oct50 at Williams AFB, AZ
Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 23Jan51 taxying at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 3Apr58
Registered N7641C 20Jan59; cancelled 22Oct12.  Crashed 7Apr66 at Hagerstown, MD
Returned to USAF as 49-1613, 25Jan68. To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 292
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao AF Sep 17, 1968 as 49-1613/0-91613.  W/o Jan 31, 1971.
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1614 (MSN 159-126) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
Registered N3233G; cancelled 1Mar63.  Registered N3233G 2Dec77; reregistered
Registered N628AR 29Nov88; current Nov15
1615 (MSN 159-127) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
To civil registry as N7284C.  Intended for / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (Batista) in 1958, later refurbished
Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionairias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.
N7284C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
1616 (MSN 159-128) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N2882G 29Jan59; cancelled 28Jul77 on export to Dominican Republic
To Dominican Republic Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de República Dominicana as 2804. Written off
Registered N400AF 6Nov80; reregistered.  Registered N212DP 4Dec06; taken up Dec 3, 2007, current Nov 2015
1617 (MSN 159-129) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N7647C; cancelled 
1618 (MSN 159-130) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N7290C; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-910
To US civil registry as N7054L Jan 18, 1989.  Damaged 20Nov05.  The aircraft was certified in the experimental 
exhibition category on 22Sep05. It had just completed initial flight test phase 1 requiring 5 hours of flight test 
without any malfunctions of the gear. Attempts to lower the gear by placing the gear selector handle in the full 
down position failed to override the system as designed. On this flight the landing gear selector valve seemed to be 
out of adjustment not allowing the free flow of hydraulic fluid preventing the landing gear from free falling.
Registration cancelled by FAA Jan 31, 2006 as written off by Hurricane Wilma.  Registration restored May 17, 2007.  
Registered Aug 25, 2010 as N618TL
1619 (MSN 159-131) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N7491C; reregistered.  Registered N113CA Jan84; reregistered.  Registered N128AF Apr87; cancelled 27Sep10
Substantially damaged 18Mar89 at Jerome, ID. During the takeoff ground run the nose gear collapsed. It was found that 
the nose gear web had cracked. Prior to this flight, the airplane underwent a hard landing which was not reported or 
inspected by authorized personnel.  On May 27, 2010 the aircraft was substantially damaged following a loss of engine 
power and off runway landing at Sundance Airpark (HSD), Oklahoma City, OK. The pilots told inspectors they were flying 
in the traffic pattern when the engine started losing power. They were unable to make the runway and landed in a 
field short of the runway. The airplane continued towards the airfield , jumped a road, and went through a perimeter 
fence before stopping on airport property. Examination of the airplane revealed the main landing gear had punctured 
the right wing, damaging the spar, and two of the engine mounts had pulled loose from the firewall. Fuel was found in 
both wings and the fuel selector was in the BOTH position. Metal material was found in the outer casing of the oil filter.
1620 (MSN 159-132) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3206G; reregistered.  Registered N23ES 9Apr90; current Nov15
1621 (MSN 159-133) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 24, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 198
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 15Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1621/0-91621. Lost in Laos Feb69; repaired. W/o Sep72 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1622 (MSN 159-134) Delivered to USAF 15Nov50 at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. 
Registered N3660G; cancelled 20May65.  Returned to USAF as 49-1622, 16Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 276.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 49-1622/0-91622.
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1623 (MSN 159-135) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 23Jan51 taxying at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958
Registration N7278C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / 
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba.  BoS from FAEC 3Jan61
To civil registry as N7278C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista), later refurbished Jul 1959 for
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionairias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.  
N7278C cancelled Jan 12, 1971 as "never registered".
1624 (MSN 159-136) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 30Jul51 after a mid air collision landing at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
Registered N7645C; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 49-1624, 25Oct66
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.   Converted to T-28D-5, line number 251
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 26Oct67
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao AF as 49-1624/0-91624
W/o Jan 17, 1969
1625 (MSN 159-137) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958
Registration N7276C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / 
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba, but never delivered. 
To civil registry as N7276C.  N7276C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
1626 (MSN 159-138) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 16Jun58
Registered N9624C 3Feb59; revoked 21Sep71.
To Helena Vocational-Technical Center, Helena, MT 28May63 for use as a GIA.
Registered N9624C 10Sep85; expired 31Oct15
1627 (MSN 159-139) Delivered to USAF 15Nov50 at Williams AFB, AZ
Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 23Jan51 taxying at Williams AFB, AZ.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N2837G; revoked 14Jan77.  Returned to USAF as 49-1627, 30Jan68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 293
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1627/0-91627.  W/o 12Jul69. Probably the T-28D in which Hmong Ace 
Lee Lue was shot down during the battle of Muong Suoi on 12 July 69 
1628 (MSN 159-140) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N2800G 3Nov58; cancelled 4Sep70
1629 (MSN 159-141) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Saudi Air Force Sep 28, 1957 as 629
1630 (MSN 159-142) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crash landing 20Nov50 due to mechanical failure 5 miles NE of Queen Creek, AZ.  Designated GT-28A
Assigned to Sheppard AFB as a GIA. Reclaimed 5Feb73. BoS from USAF 28Jul78.  Registered N28NA; cancelled 13Sep13
At the Cactus Air Force Wings and Wheels Museum, Carson City, NV, 1992-2004
Sold to Germany for restoration. Last reported with Swiss Warbird Ltd., Basel, Switzerland
1631 (MSN 159-143) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3186G; revoked 8Sep71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1631, 1Feb68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.   Converted to T-28D-5, line number 294. 
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force Sep 17, 1968 as 49-1631/0-91631. W/o 31Jan69 
1632 (MSN 159-144) Designated GT-28A.  Assigned to Sheppard AFB as a GIA. Reclaimed 5Feb73. Sold by DoD 24May78
Registered N9022A 31Oct78; cancelled 27Jun13
At the Cactus Air Force Wings and Wheels Museum, Carson City, NV
This aircraft was purchased by the Cactus Air Force in 1978 directly from the U.S.A.F. at Davis-Monthan AFB as scrap. 
This aircraft was the last operational T-28A in the USAF. Currently in storage.
1633 (MSN 159-145) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58.
Registered N9617C; cancelled 14Oct70.  Returned to USAF as 49-1633
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 317
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 16Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 1970 as 49-1633/0-91633. W/o 12Mar70
1634 (MSN 159-146) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crashed 18Jan51 due to mechanical failure 5 miles NE of Queen Creek, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N9878C; cancelled 2Mar71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1634, 1968.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 313
To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 18Feb69.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 25Feb69 as 634, code FG-634
Renamed Zaire Air Force / Force Aérienne Zairoise Oct71
Sold by US Defense Sales Agency 29Sep75. Departed Congo 29Nov77 on ferry flight to UK; departed UK 7Jul79 to USA
Became N99160 Jan 1977.  Purchased by William Nelson of El Paso, TX Dec 1977.  Purchased by Mike Bogue of Oakland, CA
in 1981.  Sold to Wiley Sanders Truck Lines Inc, Troy, AL 1984-1992.  Since 2000 was flyable as T-28D 
(still registered as N99160) with Military Aviation Museum,  Virginia Beach, VA
1635 (MSN 159-147) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 14Jan58
Registered N5252V; cancelled 22Jan71
1636 (MSN 159-148) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 3Apr58
Registered N7648C; cancelled 8Nov63.  Crashed 30Apr61 at Farmington, NM whilst performing aerobatics and destroyed by fire
1637 (MSN 159-149) Delivered to USAF 15Nov50 at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 16Jun58
Registered N7698C 20Jun58; reregistered.  Registered N98Z 19Jun58 [sic]; cancelled 29Oct74
Returned to USAF in 1967 as 49-1637, 6Feb68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 295
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1637/0-91637. W/o 19Apr70 
1638 (MSN 159-150) Delivered to USAF 9Dec50 at Tyndall AFB, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N2868G; cancelled 11Jan12.  Returned to USAF in 1967 as 49-1638, 8Feb68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  onverted to T-28D-5, line number 296
ned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Sep68
ned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1638/0-91638. W/o 1968/69; may have been lost before delivery to Laos
1639 (MSN 159-151) To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 197
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-73/09 in 1966
1640 (MSN 159-152) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crashed 3Jan51 due to structural failure 8 miles SW of Chandler, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC, Batista) 1958
Registration N7287C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / 
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba (Castro) but never delivered.  BoS from FAEC 3Jan61.
1641 (MSN 159-153)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58
Registered N3207G; cancelled
1642 (MSN 159-154) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 17Sep58
Registered N9854C 21Oct58; cancelled 22Aug63 on export to Nicaragua
To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional
1643 (MSN 159-155) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 23Sep58
Registered N9647C; revoked 31Oct75.  Registered N28RE Jul76; reregistered
Registered N81643 4Sep85; current Nov 2015.
On 28Mar 2015 the aircraft was cleared for takeoff at the Midland International Airport (KMAF), in Midland, Texas. 
The nose wheel departed the airplane during the takeoff roll causing the nose gear to impact the runway and collapse. 
The pilot stated afterwards that he experienced nose wheel shimmy just before the wheel assembly departed. The aircraft 
sustained minor damage.
1644 (MSN 159-156) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 6Oct58
Registered N9872C; reregistered.  Substantially damaged 18Feb67 when the nose gear collapsed on take-off from Tucson, AZ 
Registered N700H 14Feb81; cancelled 12Jan99.
The aircraft departed Knoxville Downtown Island Airport 23Jun84 and was destroyed at Loudon, TN. The pilot reported 
that he heard a loud bang in the aircraft engine and it lost power, emitting smoke. During a forced landing, the 
aircraft went through 4 fences and hit a ditch; the nose gear collapsed. A fire, which started in flight, destroyed the 
it after the 2 occupants exited the aircraft. An inspection of the engine revealed that the front crankcase housing 
eparated from the engine.
1645 (MSN 159-157) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N2851G; cancelled 15Nov63 on export to Nicaragua
To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional as 218 Nov 15, 1963
Registered N99394 Mar77; cancelled 21Mar13
1646 (MSN 159-158) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N9666C; cancelled 19Apr65 on export to Dominican Republic
To Dominican Republic Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de República Dominicana.
Registered HI-276 Dec76 for ferry flight from Santo Domingo to St Croix, Virgin Islands. Cancelled 10Mar77
Registered N70743 Sep77; current Nov15
To the American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX, 15Aug96	[Also known as the CAF Airpower Museum]
1647 (MSN 159-159) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N9859C; cancelled 2Mar71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1647, 9Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 275.  SOC 31Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 49-1647/91647
Preserved and on display at Museo Aéreo de la Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador
1648 (MSN 159-160) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3223G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 49-1648, 25Oct66 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 250
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Oct67
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force Oct 24, 1967 as 49-1648/0-91648 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
To Philippine Air Force as 49-1648/91648. Noted dumped at Sangley Point, Manila 1999-2003 
1649 (MSN 159-161)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3224G; cancelled 
1650 (MSN 159-162) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 24Sep58
Registered N9677C 5Dec58; revoked 21Sep71
1651 (MSN 159-163) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N5201V; cancelled 
1652 (MSN 159-164) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Accident 22Sep54 landing at Craig AFB, Selma, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. 
Registered N9685C; cancelled 
1653 (MSN 159-165) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 14Jan58
Registered N5250V 13Mar58; cancelled 23Nov60 on export to Peru
Registered OB-ACT-566; cancelled Jul66. Noted 13Jun66 dismantled at Jorge Chávez International Airport, Lima, Peru 
To Peruvian Naval Aviation / Fuerza de Aviación Naval
1654 (MSN 159-166) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 14Jan58
Registered N5251V; current Nov15
1655 (MSN 159-167) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC, Batista) 1958
Registration N7281C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / Fuerzas 
Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba (Castro) but never delivered.   BoS from FAEC 3Jan61
1656 (MSN 159-168) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N5203V; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-905
Registered N28SV; current Nov15
1657 (MSN 159-169) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 17Sep58
Registered N6254C; cancelled 24May71
1658 (MSN 159-170) Assigned to Flight Test Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Forced landing 5Feb52 due to engine failure at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 14Apr63
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Saudi Air Force as 658
1659 (MSN 159-171) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58.
Registered N3752G; cancelled
1660 (MSN 159-172) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N7291C 9Dec57; cancelled 
1661 (MSN 159-173) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N7652C; cancelled
1662 (MSN 159-174) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 16Jun58
Registered N9630C; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 20Mar13  [may have gone to Dominican Republic Air Force]
1663 (MSN 159-175) delivered to USAF Jan 2, 1951 and served at Williams, Norton, Lowry, and Sheppard AFBs as
well as Hurlburt.  Reclaimed 5Feb73.  To the USAF Museum for preservation
Loaned to Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park Jun 9, 1972.  Currently at Hurlburt 
Field, Florida on a pedestal. Displayed as VNAF 91663.
1664 (MSn 159-176) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3229G; cancelled
1665 (MSN 159-177) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N6083C.  To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1, line number 7
N6083 cancelled Oct 26, 1962 on export to Brazil.  To Brazilian Navy as N705 Oc5 10, 1962.  To Brazilian AF.  
To Dominican Republic AF as 2803.  To HI-282 Mar 1977 for ferry flight to USA.  Cancelled Mar 10, 1977.  
N64785 registered with MSN 49-1655 Jul 13, 1977.  N665PB registered with serial number 49-1665 Aug 11, 2004.
Current. [Note: Reported to Dominican Republic Air Force as 2803, HI-282, N64785, N665DB, N665PB, but the link is very 
uncertain, and is based on the identity of HI-282, N64785, etc., being shown as 49-1665 in the FAA file.]
1666 (MSN 159-178) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N2838G 2Dec58; cancelled 17Dec70  [may have gone to Dominican Republic Air Force]
1667 (MSN 159-179) Assigned to 3625th Pilot Training Group, Tyndall AFB, FL
Accident 30Apr51 landing at Tyndall AFB, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. 
Registered N7696C 18Jul58; cancelled 23Jul58
1668 (MSN 159-180) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crash landing 5Jun51 due to engine failure 8 miles SSE of Coolidge, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 19Nov57
Registered N7277C 13May58; revoked 14Jan77
1669 (MSN 159-181) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58.
Registered N9867C; cancelled 27Sep13
Damaged beyond repair 23Nov85 at Lantana, Florida. The pilot/mechanic had recently re-installed a rebuilt engine in 
the aircraft and performed a very short run-up prior to takeoff. Witnesses stated the aircraft engine made popping 
noises and was belching black smoke during the takeoff roll. The aircraft became airborne and mushed around a left 
180 degree turn before crashing in a swampy area at the airport edge. Examination of the ignition harness and spark 
plugs revealed that a 7mm harness was installed utilizing 5mm spark plug connectors. Six spark plugs exhibited 
evidence of flashover in the spark plug connector wells. This caused a partial power loss of the total required 
power available and necessary for flight.
1670 (MSN 159-182) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N5202V; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-903.
Registered N8156Y; current Nov15
1671 (MSN 159-183)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N5207V; cancelled
1672 (MSN 159-184) Delivered to USAF 4Jan51
Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crashed 11Jan51 when aircraft stalled and spun into the ground 5 miles NE of Queen Creek, Arizona. 
1673 (MSN 159-185) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
Registered N9611C; cancelled 16Mar89
Destroyed 9May87 at Tatum, NM. The aircraft departed Roswell, New Mexico, with 2 people aboard after an air show 
with a destination of Lovington, NM. Witnesses observed the aircraft flying in the distance and then observed a big 
cloud of dust rising from the ground. The investigation revealed that the aircraft  had impacted the ground at high 
speed and was completely destroyed. No pre-impact mechanical malfunctions/failures could be determined.  2 killed.
1674 (MSN 159-186) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 19Nov57
Registered N7289C; cancelled 5Feb71 on export to Mexico.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
1675 (MSN 159-187) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N7649C; cancelled
1676 (MSN 159-188) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
Accident 10Sep55 due to mechanical failure landing at Bainbridge AFB, GA
Assigned to 3304th Pilot Training Group, Hondo AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 13Oct58
Registered N2896G; reregistered
Used as a spare parts source on the rebuild of T-28D’s and subsequently used as a “Wind Tee” at a New Jersey airport 
Registered N6851D 6Apr78; current Nov15.  To the Cactus Air Force Wings and Wheels Museum, Carson City, NV 1976
1677 (MSN 159-189) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7450C; cancelled 9Aug74.  Returned to USAF as 49-1677, 17Apr68 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 312
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 28Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 28, 1970 as 49-1677/0-91677
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 49-1677/91677. 
1678 (MSN 159-190)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7294C; cancelled 
1679 (MSN 159-191) Assigned to Sheppard AFB. Reclaimed 17Mar76. 
To the USAF Museum for preservation.  Loaned to and on display at Reese AFB, TX by 1988. Reese AFB closed 1997
Loaned to and on display at 17th Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, TX
1680 (MSN 159-192) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7293C; cancelled 
1681 (MSN 159-193) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Saudi Air Force in 1957 as 681.  Noted in open storage at Jeddah (old airport) 11Feb85
1682 (MSN 159-194) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 29Mar51 due to structural failure at Williams AFB, AZ.  Assigned to Sheppard AFB. Reclaimed 17Mar76
Assigned to Lackland AFB, TX 1973 for use as a police training airframe
To the USAF Museum for preservation.
Loaned to and on display at 47th Flying Training Wing, Laughlin AFB, TX by 1988. Last noted 2013
1683 (MSN 159-195) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7288C; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-917
Registered N7062K 18Oct88; current Nov15
1684 (MSN 159-196) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
Registered N7646C; cancelled
1685 (MSN 159-197) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Damaged beyond repair 30Jul51 in an unspecified accident at Williams AFB, Arizona. The aircraft was stationary/parked 
at the time of the accident
1686 (MSN 159-198) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
Registered N7690C 30Nov59; cancelled 23May69.  Returned to USAF as 49-1686, 9Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 274.  SOC 31Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana Aug 31 1968 as 49-1686/91686
1687 (MSN 159-199) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
Registered N7686C; cancelled 17Jun71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1687, 2Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 273
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-79/11 Aug 1968 . SOC 10Aug84. 
Preserved and on display at Loei War Memorial Park by 1985
1688 (MSN 159-200) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 12Sep57
Registered N7498C; cancelled 22Aug67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1687, 19Oct67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 272
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-80/11 . SOC 14Aug84. 
1689 (MSN 159-201) Assigned to Sheppard AFB. Reclaimed 17Mar76
Assigned to Lackland AFB, TX 1973 for use as a police training airframe
To the USAF Museum for preservation.  Loaned to and on display at 71st Flying Training Wing, Vance AFB, OK by 1988. Last noted Apr12
1690 (MSN 159-202) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Saudi Air Force [sic] as 690.  Noted in open storage at Jeddah (old airport) 1981
1691 (MSN 159-203) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Registration N7286C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58.
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / Fuerzas 
Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba. BoS from FAEC 3Jan61
1692 (MSN 159-204) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Crash landing 26Apr51 due to engine failure at Reese AFB, TX
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Mid air collision 2Aug54 2 miles east of Bryan AFB, TX. The crew bailed out.
1693 (MSN 159-205) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7292C; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-960
Preserved and on display at Tijuana AB 1982/91. Relocated to Parque FAM, Tijuana by 1996
1694 (MSN 159-206) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 17Sep57
Registered N7497C 16Oct57; current Nov15
Damaged 3Aug80 when the pilot lost directional control after the wing tip struck the ground during final approach
1695 (MSN 159-207) Assigned to Sheppard AFB. Reclaimed 17Mar76
To the USAF Museum for preservation.  Loaned to and on display at Sheppard AFB, TX 1976/84
Loaned to and on display at 12th Flying Training Wing, Randolph AFB Airpark, TX 1984
1696 (MSN 159-208) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958
Registration N7282C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / Fuerzas 
Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba but never delivered.  BoS from FAEC 3Jan61
1697 (MSN 159-209)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57
Registered N7644C; cancelled.  Registered HP-308
1698 (MSN 159-210) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Registration N7280C allocated 9Dec57; reregistered
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista), later 
refurbished Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but never delivered.  BoS from FAEC Jan 3, 1961.
Registered N101TZ 17Aug62; cancelled 23Nov70
Substantially damaged 22Nov66 at Windsor Lock, CT when the left cowling separated and wrapped around the horizontal 
stabilizer. The aircraft landed safely.  Returned to USAF as 49-1698, 15Feb68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH and converted to T-28D-5 (#297).  Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel 
Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 20Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]To Royal Lao AF Jan 20, 1970.   w/o Feb 7, 1971 or 
Feb 11, 1971.  W/o Feb71; probably one of 2 T-28s burnt at Vientiane on 8 February 71
1699 (MSN 159-211)To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57
Registered N5253V; cancelled 28Jul67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1699, 10Oct67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 271
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force  as 49-1699/0-91699. W/o Nov70
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 49-1699/91699.  t
1700 (MSN 159-212) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
Forced landing 14Nov55 due to engine failure near Donaldsonville Auxiliary Airport, GA
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58
Registered N3659G; revoked 22Oct76.
Substantially damaged 11Mar72 on landing at Utica, MI when the aircraft undershot the runway and the landing gear collapsed.
Registered N28JS Jan77; reregistered.  Registered N28AM Feb79; current Nov15
1701 (MSN 159-213) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 26Sep58
Registered N9665C; cancelled 27May76
Substantially damaged 23Jul73 in forced landing alongside a highway near Venice, FL. The engine failed due to fuel 
starvation and the aircraft was intentionally landed with the landing gear retracted.
1702 (MSN 159-214)To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 14Jan58
Registered N5295V 19Sep61; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 14Aug13.  Returned to USAF as 49-1702, 5Oct67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 270
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-81/11
To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1972 as 49-1702/0-91702.  To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 49-1702/91702 
1703 (MSN 159-215) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N7642C; reregistered.  Registered N28100; current Nov15
1704 (MSN 159-216) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N7198C; cancelled 29Aug67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1704, 28Sep67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH and converted to T-28D-5 (#269).  
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao AF as 49-1704/0-91704 Jun 4, 1968.
To Philippine AF as 49-1704/91704 in 1974.  Noted dumped at Sangley Point 2003
1705 (MSN 159-217) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 16Sep57
To civil registry as N7495C Oct 25, 1957.  Cancelled on export to Nicaraguan AF Aug 22, 1963
1706 (MSN 159-218)To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N5951V; cancelled 18Feb13.  Returned to USAF as 49-1706
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 298
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1706/0-91706. W/o 20May71
1707 (MSN 159-219) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
To civil registry as N7279C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista) 1958, 
later refurbished Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas, Revolucionarias (Castro) but not delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.
N7279C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
1708 (MSN 159-220) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Registered N5204V; cancelled
1709 (MSN 159-221) Used by North American Aviation and the USAF Air Material Command in early 1951 to flight test the 
lowered canopy, along with the elimination of the turnover structure.
Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crash landing 3Aug54 due to engine failure at 7 miles WNW of Marian Junction, AL
Written off 6Feb57
1710 (MSN 159-222) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
Registered N7651C; cancelled.  To Mexican AF as T28-974.  Preserved BAM La Paz, Baja California Nov 1994.
1711 (MSN 159-223) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Registered N5200V; cancelled
1712 (MSN 159-224) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Saudi Air Force as 712 Sep 28, 1957
Noted in open storage at Jeddah (old airport) 1985
1713 (MSN 159-225) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Saudi Air Force Sep 28, 1957 as 713	
Noted in open storage at Riyadh AB 1979/81.  To Royal Saudi Air Force Academy Collection, Riyadh AB 1987-90
To Royal Saudi Air Force Museum, Riyadh by 2000
1714 (MSN 159-226) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 17Sep57
Registered N6879C 7Nov57; cancelled 9Jul58.  Registered to PacAero Engineering Corp 16Dec57
Converted by North American Aviation to the NA-260 Nomad prototype, line number1. First flight 2Jun58
Registered N79Z as a T-28A 15Jul58; cancelled 1Sep59 on export to France
Ferried Columbus, OH to Santa Monica, CA; departed Columbus 1Feb59. 
Force landed 1Feb59 en-route Albuquerque, NM to Prescott, AZ with bad weather and engine failure due to icing. 
Landed on a road south of Ramah, NM near the El Moro National Monument, and close to where Mike Todd was killed 
earlier in a crash with his Learstar. The Nomad was not damaged and departed three days later. 
To North American Aviation 28May59.  Registered to North American Aviation 15Jun59. Transferred from North American 
to PacAero, departing Columbus 28Jun59 on delivery to Burbank, CA.
Registered to PacAero Engineering Corp 1Jul59. 
Sold to French Government 2Jul59. Ferried Burbank, CA to NAS Norfolk, VA, arriving 9Jul59. Taxied to the naval 
base pier complex 10Feb59 and hoisted aboard a French aircraft carrier.  
Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 10Jul59. Converted to Fennec prototype 01, although it was the Pacific 
Aeromotive conversion that actually formed the basis for the Fennec.
To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air [CEV] Aug59 as 49-1714
Destroyed in Algeria by one of its own rockets on landing.
1715 (MSN 159-227) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 19Nov57
Registered N7283C 29May58; revoked 14Jan77
1716 (MSN 159-228) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N5247V in 1963,  cancelled 22Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1716, 5Mar68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 299
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP}.  To Royal Lao Air Force Sep 24, 1968  as 49-1716/0-91716. 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
W/o Apr/May71. Probably the T-28 that crashed on 15 April 71, while on a bombing run southeast of LS-15. The pilot, 
Lt.Col. Ly Ying, commanding officer of the T-28s, parachuted out, landed in a tree, and was captured.
Reported to Khmer Air Force 1972/73 but unlikely [not listed in MAP/MEDTC reports]
1717 (MSN 159-229) Assigned to 3625th Pilot Training Group, Tyndall AFB, FL
Accident 28Feb51 taxying at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N9165Z; cancelled 19Nov12.  Returned to USAF as 49-1717, 19Sep67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 268
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force in 1968 as 49-1717/0-91717. 
Force landed 23Aug69 in a sugar cane field 17 miles S of Udorn, Thailand whilst on a training flight with 
Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn RTAFB, Thailand. 
Accident 18Mar71. May have been the accident when two T-28’s on an air strike for “Jackrabbit” had a mid-air 
collision; while one T-28 was cut in half and crashed killing the pilot, the other T-28 limped back to Long Tieng. 
Reportedly, the aircraft was rebuilt and went to the Philippine AF as 91717
To Philippine Air Force in 1974 (?) – or just the wreck for spares.
1718 (MSN 159-230)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3235G; cancelled
1719 (MSN 159-231) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 17Sep57
Registered N7245C 6Dec57; cancelled 8May72
Registered N7245C to the Cactus Air Force 14Sep88; expired 30Jun15
In 2010 was under restoration by Cactus Air Force after being
purchased from a private individual in 1982. 
1720 (MSN 159-232) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. 
Registered N9874C 6Dec57; cancelled 14Nov62
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1, line number 8
To Brazilian Naval Aviation / Aviação Naval Brasileira 10Oct62 as N-706 
Believe transferred to Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira
1721 (MSN 159-233) Assigned to 3625th Pilot Training Group, Tyndall AFB, FL
Accident 14Mar51 landing at NAS Pensacola, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N182U 3Dec58; cancelled 17Apr85
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ 1962.  Converted to T-28R-2 Normair, line number 9
Registered as a Hamilton T-28R-2, c/n 9
Crashed 2Jul83 landing at Martinez, GA. The aircraft was one of two that made a low pass over the runway. After the pass, 
the pilot made a right turn, establishing the aircraft in a right traffic pattern for the runway. According to one witness, 
while the aircraft was turning on a right base, intermittent bursts of dark smoke were observed trailing from the aircraft. 
The witness said that when the aircraft turned onto final approach, the smoke trails became more distinct and numerous. 
The engine then began cutting out and misfiring. Subsequently, the aircraft turned slightly to the right and collided with a 
power line, then it hit trees, crashed & burned.
1722 (MSN 159-234) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N2834G 2Dec58; cancelled 8Jul59
Registered CF-LOI; cancelled.
Crashed 10Jul60 6 miles north of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta due to the pilot flying too low and hitting trees.
1723 (MSN 159-235) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N2883G 28Oct58; cancelled 25May65
Returned to USAF as 49-1723, 21Oct66
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 249
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Oct67
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1723/0-91723. W/o 18Jul68 
1724 (MSN 159-236) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N2884G; cancelled 14Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1724, 8Oct68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 300
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 9Sep68. SOC 8Oct68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 8Oct68 but returned to USAF same date
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 8Oct68. SOC 21Jan70
To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 49-1724/0-91724	
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF), 1975. 
To Australia and registered VH-MEO 29May92; current Nov15
1725 (MSN 159-237) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 196
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as .JF13-74/09.   W/o 25Mar69
1726 (MSN 159-238) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Accident 11Apr51 due to structural failure at Reese AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58 
Registered N6102C 25Feb59; cancelled 12Mar63 on export to Mexico
To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 19Feb63
1727 (MSN 159-239) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 22Sep58 
Registered N9862C; expired 31Mar14.
Damaged 3Jul64 when landed with gear retracted at San Fernando, CA. A taper pin on the forward landing gear handle fell 
out so that the handle rotated on the shaft.
1728 (MSN 159-240) Written off 15Apr57
1729 (MSN 159-241) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3218G; cancelled.   Donated to Texas Air Museum, Slaton, TX 18Dec98
Registration N729NA reserved 3Feb99; cancelled 8Feb11
1730 (MSN 159-242) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 7, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 195
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Thai Air Force as  JF13-57/09.  W/o 24Nov69
1731 (MSN 159-243) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
Accident 6Oct55 when landing due to mechanical failure at Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58 
Registered N9858C in 1963; cancelled 2Mar71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1731, 12Mar68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 301
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 8Oct68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 8Oct68 but returned to USAF same date
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 25, 1970 as 49-1731/0-91731
1732 (MSN 159-244) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 7, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 194
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF 13-76/09 in 1966.
1733 (MSN 159-245) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N9093Z; cancelled 
1734 (MSN 159-246) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59 
Registered N9103Z; cancelled 18Jun63 on export to Mexico.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
1735 (MSN 159-247) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 7, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 193
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-77/90. W/o 10Jan76
1736 (MSN 159-248)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3May58. 
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
1737 (MSN 159-249) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58
Registered N3281G; cancelled 
1738 (MSN 159-250) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Crash landing 20Dec51 due to structural failure 6 miles south of Bryan AFB, TX
Mid air collision 13Mar53 with T-28 51-3559 1 mile west of Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 15Apr53 landing at Bryan AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58 
Registered N7692C 2Dec59; cancelled 9May13
On display at the Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL 1968/74. Last reported at Seymour, TX 2003
1739 (MSN 159-251) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX.
Mid air collision 14Oct51 with T-28A 49-1503 1 mile north of Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 26Jun53 landing at Bryan AFB, TX
Forced landing 20Sep54 due to engine failure 4 miles NE of Bryan AFB, TX
1740 (MSN 159-252) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  
Registered N9096Z; revoked 25Feb71, cancelled 19Apr04.  Returned to USAF as 49-1740, 14Sep67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 267
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 28May68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1740/0-91740. W/o Mar 24 or 27, 1969
1741 (MSN 159-253) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 7, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 192
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force Apr 4, 1966
To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 49-1742/0-91742. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
Escaped to Thailand 1975.  To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 49-1741/91741. SOC Mar81
1742 (MSN 159-254) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  BoS from USAF 29Apr60
Registered N9442Z; reregistered.  Registration N711TE reserved 21Feb78; ntu
Registration N668WB reserved 15Mar80; ntu.  Registered N1742R; current Nov15
1743 (MSN 159-255Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Crash landing 7Jul51 due to mechanical failure at Reese AFB, TX
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 5Aug53 due to mechanical failure taxying at Bryan AFB, AZ
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 8Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 8, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 191
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-69/09 in 1966
1744 (MSN 159-256) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 8Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 8, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 190
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-70/09.  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1744/0-91744. W/o 20Feb73
1745 (MSN 159-257)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Sep58 
Possibly to Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
1746  (MSN 159-258)  Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Forced landing 20May52 due to engine failure 3 miles NE of Burleson, TX
1747 (MSN 159-259) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58 
Registered N3280G; cancelled
1748 (MSN 159-260) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58 
Registered N3279G; cancelled
1749 (MSN 159-261) to MASDC.  Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Accident 25Jul51 taxying at Reese AFB, TX. Crashed into T-28 49-1751
Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 30Nov53 due to structural failure 3 miles north of Craig AFB, Selma, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 8Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 8, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 189
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-71/09.  
To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 49-1749/0-91749. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
Used for flight training at Udorn, Thailand Dec72 to Apr73. Possibly written off Apr73
1750 (MSN 159-262) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58 
Registered N3278G; cancelled
1751 (MSN 159-263) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Accident 25Jul51 taxying at Reese AFB, TX. Crashed into T-28 49-1749
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 8Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 8, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 188
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-72/09 in 1966
1752 (MSN 159-264) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 4Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 4, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 187
Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.
Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 35th Tactical Group, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand
Written off 15Apr66
1753 (MSN 159-265) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58.
Registered N9616C; cancelled 7May74.  Returned to USAF as 49-1753, 7Sep67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 266.  SOC 4Apr68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1753/0-91753. W/o 20May70
1754 (MSN 159-266)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58 
Registered N3468G; cancelled
1755 (MSN 159-267)  Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Forced landing 25Aug52 due to fuel starvation 7 miles west of Burton, TX
1756 (MSN 159-268) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 6Mar52 due to mechanical failure taxying at Bryan AFB, TX. 
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 4Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 4, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 186
Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Sep70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-91/13
originally designated B-50C.  May have been MSN 16168/16181
51-7482 ... 51-7891
North American T-28A Trojan
MSN 174-335/744
Numerous ex-USAF T-28As were refurburished and modified with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engines by Sud Aviation
at St. Nazaire, France from 1959, and named Fennec (Desert Fox) for use in counterinsurgency war in Algeria.
Some converted to GT-28A.  Others went to US Navy as T-28C/D for FMS
7483 (MSN 174-336) converted to T-28D (#83).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
7487 (MSN 174-340) converted to AT-28D-5 (#009).  To Cambodia Jul 1973.  Dropped from inventory Nov 1973
7490 (MSN 174-343) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7491 (MSN 174-344) to French AF as Fennec no. 121.  SOC Apr 1966.  Preserved at L'Ecole des Apprentis de Saintes by 1973.
To Musee de l"Air, Paris by 1984.  Noted stored Dugny Sep 2008.
7492 (MSN 174-345) converted to AT-28D-5 (#015).  To Cambodia.  Wheels-up landing at Ream Feb 1974 and to Thailand for Repair.
Believe declared uneconomical to repair.  To Philippine AF as 17492 in 1976.
7493 (MSN 174-346) converted to T-28D-5 (#330).  To Royal Laotian AF Jan 28, 1970.  W/o Jan 10, 1973 but presumably repaired.
From 1975 sold as wreck to Australian user.   Ex-Laos AF/3409 in Australia. under restoration in Australia
7494 (MSN 174-347) converted to AT-28D-5 (#005).  To Cambodia.
7496 (MSN 174-349) converted to T-28D (#91).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
7498 (MSN 174-351) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7499 (MSN 174-352) converted to AT-28D-5 (#007).  To Cambodia
7500 (MSN 174-353) to Philippine AF in Aug 1958 as 17500
7501 (MSN 174-354) to Philippine AF as 17501
7504 (MSN 174-357) to French AF as Fennec no. 108.  To Argentine Navy as 0623 Oct 17, 1967.  W/o 1973
7505 (MSN 174-358) converted to AT-28D-5 (#014).  To Cambodia Sep 1973.  
7508 (MSN 174-361) to Ethiopian AF as 501
7509 (MSN 173-362) converted to AT-28D-5 (#023) To Laotian AF in 1973.  Ex-Laos AF/3402 in Australia. under restoration in Australia
7511 (MSN 173-364) to French AF as Fennec no. 120.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.
To US civil registry as N14110.  To Haitian AF as 1240 in 1973.  Restored to US civil registry as N14110 Apr 8, 1978.
7512 (MSN 174-365) converted to AT-28D-5 (#042).  To Cambodia Dec 1973.  Escaped to Thailand 1975.  To Philippine AF as 17512.
7514 (MSN 174-367) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7516 (MSN 174-369) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.
7519 (MSN 174-372) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
7520 (MSN 174-373) converted to AT-28D-5 (#004).  To Cambodia in 1973.
7521 (MSN 174-374) converted to AT-28D-5 (#024).  To Royal Laotian AF Sep 1973.  Ex-Laos AF/3403 in Australia.  Airworthy as VH-DUK.  To
Aerotec Queensland P/L as VH-ZUK Apr 20, 2007.
7523 (MSN 174-376) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7525 (MSN 174-378) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7526 (MSN 174-379) to Philippine AF in 1958.
7529 (MSN 174-382) to Philippine AF in 1958.  
7530 (MSN 174-383) to French AF as Fennec no. 115.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.  To US civil registry 
as N14111.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970.
7531 (MSN 174-384) converted to AT-28D-5 (#043).  To Cambodia in 1974.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
7532 (MSN 174-385) to French AF as Fennec no. 126.  To Argentine Navy as 0628 Oct 17, 1967.
7533 (MSN 174-386) to French AF as no. 116.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14144.  To Haitian AF in 1973
as 1237.  Restored to US civil registry as N14144 Apr 8, 1978.  
7534 (MSN 174-387) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
7536 (MSN 174-389) to US civil registry as N99393
7537 (MSN 174-390) converted to AT-28D-5 (#025).  To Cambodia Feb 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 17537
in 1976
7538 (MSN 174-391) converted to T-28D (#89).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
7540 (MSN 174-393) converted to T-28D (#80).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
7542 (MSN 174-395) to French AF as Fennec no 124.  Noted in storage at 
Chateaudun Jun 1965.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry as
N14112.  To Haiti AF in 1973 as 1242. Restored to US civil registry as N14112 Apr 8, 1978
7543 (MSN 174-396) to French AF as Fennec no. 132.  W/o Jul 19, 1963
7545 (MSN 174-398) to French AF as Fennec no. 119.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968, then to US civil 
registry as N14113, then to Haiti AF as 1236 Oct 1973, then back to civil registry as N14113 1978.  Now owned
by The Aircraft Restoration Company at Duxford, UK.
7546 (MSN 174-399) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7547 (MSN 174-400) converted to AT-28D-5 (#027).  To Philippine AF Aug 1973.
7549 (MSN 174-402) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.
7550 (MSN 174-403) to Ethiopian AF as 502 May 3, 1961
7551 (MSN 174-404) converted to AT-28D-5 (#044).  To Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Philippine AF as 17551 in 1976.
7552 (MSN 174-405) converted to T-28D-5 (#321).  To Royal Laotian AF.
7554 (MSN 174-407) converted to AT-28D-5 (#012).  To Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand 1975.  To Philippine AF as 17554 in 1976.
7555 (MSN 174-408) converted to AT-28D-5 (#017).  To Cambodia or Laos.
7556 (MSN 174-409) converted to AT-28D-5 (#002).  To Cambodia
7558 (MSN 174-411) on civil registry as N90198
7559 (MSN 174-412) to Republic of China AF.
7560 (MSN 174-413) converted to AT-28D-5 (#011) in 1973.   To Cambodia in 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
To Philippine AF in 1976 as 17560.  Dumped at Clark AB. 
7564 (MSN 174-417) to Ethiopian AF as 503 Jul 11, 1961. 
7565 (MSN 174-418) converted to AT-28D-5 (#008).  To Cambodia AF in 1973.
7567 (MSN 174-420) converted to T-28D (#87).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
7568 (MSN 174-421) converted to AT-28D-5 (#026).  To Cambodian AF in 1974.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
To Philippine AF in 1976 as 17568.
7569 (MSN 174-422) converted to AT-28D-5 (#045).  To Cambodian Af Apr 1974.  Escaped to Thialand in 1975.
To Philippine AF in 1976 as 17569
7571 (MSN 174-424) to Philippine AF in 1958
7573 (MSN 174-426) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7576 (MSN 174-429) converted to AT-28D-5 (#021) To Royal Laotian AF in 1973.  Later to Laotian People's Liberation
Army Air Force. Ex-Laos AF/3401 sold to user in Australia.  Airworthy as VH-ZUC.
7577 (MSN 174-430) converted to AT-28D-5 (#001) Jun 1973.  To Cambodia.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To 
Philippine AF as 17577 in 1976.
7579 (MSN 174-432) w/o Feb 27, 1953 with USAF
7581 (MSN 174-434) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17581.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
7582 (MSN 174-436) to Mexican AF Aug 21, 1958 as T28-928.  To US civil registry as N8156L.  C of R "expired" Jun 30, 2012.
7584 (MSN 174-437) converted to T-28D (#53).  To Cambodia in 1962.
7586 (MSN 174-439) converted to AT-28D-5 (#018).  To Cambodia in 1973.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.
To Philippine AF as 17586 in 1976.  W/o Mar 29, 1983
7588 (MSN 174-441) to Mexican AF Aug 31, 1958 as T28-946, then to US civil registry as N128DR. Sep 24, 1990.  Current.
7589 (MSN 174-442) converted to T-28D (#85).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963 
in 1963.  
7591 (MSN 174-444) converted to T-28D (#33).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-18/05 Jul 1962.
7592 (MSN 174-445) converted to T-28D (#26).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-19/05 Jul 1962.
7593 (MSN 174-446) converted to AT-28D-5 (#029).  To Phhilippine AF as 17593
7595 (MSN 174-448) converted to T-28D (#34) to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-20/05 Jul 1962.
7596 (MSN 174-449) converted to AT-28D-5 (#028).  To Cambodian AF Jan 1974. 
7597 (MSN 174-450) converted to T-28D-5 (#153).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-17597 Dec 1965.
7598 (MSN 174-451) converted to T-28D (#92).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
7599 (MSN 174-452) converted to T-28D (#15).  to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-01/05 Jul 26, 1962 
7600 (MSN 174-453) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7605 (MSN 174-458) to Republic of China AF AF as 2834.  W/o in accident Apr 16, 1973.
7606 (MSN 174-459) to French AF as Fennec No. 136.  To Argentine Navy as 0629 3-A-309 Oct 17, 1967.  (T-28F) on civil registry 
as N9103F, flies as 3-A-332.
7607 (MSN 174-460) converted to T-28D (#16).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-02/05 Jul 26, 1962
7608 (MSN 174-461) to French AF as Fennec #110.  To Argentine Navy as 0625 Oct 17, 1967.
7609 (MSN 174-462) to Republic of Korea AF Feb 1961.  But also listed as W/o with USAF Oct 27, 1954.
7610 (MSN 174-463) converted to T-28D (#19).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-03/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
May 1964.  W/o Jun 4, 1965.
7611 (MSN 174-464) converted to T-28D (#17).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-04/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
as O-17611 Aug 1961.   To Philippine AF as 17611 in 1974.
7612 (MSN 174-465) to Republic of China AF Mar 11, 1960 as 2805.
7613 (MSN 174-466) to French AF as Fennec no. 145.  To Argentine Navy as 0632 Oct 17, 1967.  In 2013 was T-28P 
0632 3-A-212 as instructional airframe with Escuela de Educacion Tecnica Numero 8, La Matanza, Buenos 
Aires, Argentina
7615 (MSN 174-468) to Philippine AF Dec 1959
7616 (MSN 174-469) converted to T-28D (#24).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-17616.  W/o Oct 24, 1965.
7617 (MSN 174-470) converted to T-28D (#18).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-05/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal Laotian
AF Mar 1965.  
7618 (MSN 174-471) to French AF as Fennec no. 128.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Jan 1968.
To US civil registry as N14114.  To Haiti AF in 1973.  Restored to US civil registry as N14114.
7619 (MSN 174-472) to Philippine AF as 17619 Nov 1959
7621 (MSN 174-474) converted to T-28D (#32).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-21/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF.
W/o Mar 25, 1965.
7622 (MSN 174-475) converted to T-28D (#22).  to Royal Loatian AF Mar 1965.  W/o Sep 9, 1968.
7623 (MSN 174-476) to French AF as Fennec no. 125.  In accident Sep 7, 1963.  SOC Feb 19, 1965.
7624 (MSN 174-477) to Philippine AF Nov 1959 as 17624.
7625 (MSN 174-478) to Republic of Korea AF as 17625.  Put on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace 
Museum, Sacheon AFB, South Korea.
7626 (MSN 174-479) converted to T-28D (#20)   To Royal Thai AF as B,JF13-06/05 Jul 1962.
7629 (MSN 174-482) to French AF as Fennec no. 131.  W/o May 15, 1963
7630 (MSN 174-483) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7632 (MSN 174-485) to French AF as Fennec no 1.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EP Sep 1965, then 
became 227 with Honduran AF 1978. To HR-AKJ-P Jun 1985.  Now on US civil registry as N632NA
7634 (MSN 174-487) to Republic of Korea AF Dec 1960.
7635 (MSN 174-488) converted to T-28D (#23).  To Royal Laotian AF as O-17635.  W/o Dec 7, 1967
7637 (MSN 174-490) converted to AT-28D-5 (#013).  To Cambodia 
7639 (MSN 174-492) to Republic of Korea AF as 17639.  Preserved at Daejeon National Cemetery.  
7640 (MSN 174-493) to French AF as Fennec no. 137.  To Argentine Navy as 0553/EAN-112 Jul 1966
7641 (MSN 174-494) to Republic of Korea AF as 17641.  Preserved as Seosan-Haemi
7643 (MSN 174-496) to Republic of Korea AF as 17643.  Preserved at Goseokjeong.
7645 (MSN 174-498) to French AF as Fennec no. 107.  To Argentine Navy as 0574/EAN-107 Jul 1966
7646 (MSN 174-499) to Republic of Korea AF as 17646.  Preserved at Sacheon
7649 (MSN 174-502) to French AF as Fennec no. 139.  To Argentine Navy as 0631 Oct 17, 1967
7650 (MSN 174-503) converted to T-28D (#21).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-07/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal Laotian
AFAug 1965.  W/o Sep 15, 1965.
7651 (MSN 174-504) converted to T-28D (#81).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Oct 17, 1963.
7654 (MSN 174-507) to French AF as Fennec no. 146.  To Argentine Navy as 0622 Oct 17, 1967
7655 (MSN 174-508) to French AF as Fennec no. 141.  To Argentine Navy as 0575/EAN-125 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
as 406, delivered Oct 1979.  To US civil registry as N141BS, cancelled on export to South Africa Oct 23, 2012.
7657 (MSN 174-510) to Republic of Korea AF as 17657 Dec 1960.  Preserved at Wonju.
7659 (MSN 174-512) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7660 (MSN 174-513) to French AF as Fennec no. 127.  To Argentine Navy as 0620 Oct 17, 1967
7662 (MSN 174-515) converted to T-28D (#35).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-22/05 Jul 26, 1962.
7663 (MSN 174-516) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7664 (MSN 174-517) to French AF as Fennec no. 140.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry 
as N14115.  to RoCAF Apr 7, 1970.
7665 (MSN 174-518) converted to T-28D (#25).  To Royal Laotian AF Mar 17, 1965.  W/o Sep 4, 1965l
7666 (MSN 174-519) to French AF as Fennec no. 133.  in accident Nov 11, 1964. SOC Jan 1965
7667 (MSN 174-520) converted to T-28D (#29).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-23/05 Jul 26, 1962
7668 (MSN 174-521) to Canada, registered as C-FXRD on July 11, 1988, 
Registration canceled in 1995
7669 (MSN 174-522) to French AF as Fennec No. 2  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EA Sep 1965.  To US civil registry as N9860A 
Jan 1984.  N9860A cancelled Jul 29, 2013
7670 (MSN 174-523) to Philippine AF as 17670 Nov 1958.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977.
7672 (MSN 174-525) to MASDC.  To Cambodian AF
7673 (MSN 174-526) to French AF as Fennec no. 143.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Rleans Jan 1968.  To US civil registry 
as N14116.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970
7676 (MSN 174-529) to Republic Of Korea AF
7677 (MSN 174-530) converted to T-28D (#27).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-24/05 Jul 26, 1962.  To Royal
Laotian AF Aug 1971.  W/o Aug 20, 1973.
7678 (MSN 174-531) converted to T-28D (#28).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-25/05 Jul 26 1962.  To Royal Laotian
AF as 17678 May 1964.  to Cambodia KhAF as 0-17678 sometime between 1970-1972.  W/o
7680 (MSN 174-533) to French AF as Fennec no. 11.  To Argentine Nav as 0576/EAN-111 Jul 1966.  W/o in 1971
7681 (MSN 174-534) to Mexican AF as FAM 927.  Later on civil registry as N1628T
7683 (MSN 174-536) converted to T-28D (#90).  Originally intended for Cuba but embargoed.  To Ethiopian AF Nov 17, 1963.
7686 (MSN 174-539) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7688 (MSN 174-541) to French AF as Fennec no. 5.  In accident Mar 13, 1963.  SOC Jan 1965
7689 (MSN 174-542) W/o Mar 3, 1959 with USAF.  Reported as RoCAF 2815 and w/o Jul 4, 1973
7691 (MSN 174-544) on civil registry as N3313G
7692 (MSN 174-545) to French AF as Fennec serial 142, Shipped from Norfolk NAS, Virginia on French aircraft carrier "Bois Belleau",
then to French AF Mar 1962.  In accident near Bourg en Bresse Dec 5, 1964.  SOC Apr 965.
To static display at Villeneuve, then to French civil registry as F-AZFV.  Registeed to Groupe Fennec as
G-TROY Apr 21, 1999.  Now with the Old Flying Machine Company at Duxford, UK as G-TROY.
7695 (MSN 174-548) on civil registry as N8089H
7696 (MSN 174-549) to US civil registry as N8097H then N8079H Jul 7, 1964.  Repurchased by USAF in 1968 and converted
to T-28D-5 (#310) and to Royal Laotian AF Aug 1971.
7700 to civil registry as N8088H then N100JE
7701 (MSN 174-554) to Mexican AF Feb 20, 1959 as T28-947, WFU.
7703 (MSN 174-556) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17703.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
7704 (MSN 174-557) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 
7707 (MSN 174-560) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17707
7708 (MSN 174-561) delivered Mar 25, 1953 to 2277th Reserve Flying Training Center, Brooks AFB, TX.
To 2589th Air Reserve Flying Center, Dobbins AFB, GA Sep 2955.  To 169th FS (ANG), Peoria, IL Oct 1956.
To MASDC Oct 1957.  To MAP Sep 1958.  To Mexican AF Sep 3, 1958 as T28-954.  In 2009 was under restoration in Portland, OR.
7709 (MSN 174-562) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17709.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
7710 (MSN 174-563) to civil registry as N3312G
7712 (MSN 174-565) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17712.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
7714 (MSN 174-567) to Republic of China AF Mar 1960.
7715 (MSN 174-568) converted to T-28D (#30).  To Royal Thai AF as 13-26/05 Jul 1962
7719 (MSN 174-572) to French AF as Fennec no. 3.  W/o in Algeria Jan 21, 1961.
7721 (MSN 174-574) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7723 (MSN 174-576) to Saudi AF as 7723, delivered Oct 15, 1961.  Noted derelict at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah.
7724 (MSN 174-577) converted to T-28D (#31).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-27/05 Jul 1962.
7725 (MSN 174-578) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7727 (MSN 174-580) to Republic of China AF ?
7729 (MSN 174-582) converted to AT-28D-5 (#010).  To Cambodia Nov 1973.
7730 (MSN 174-583) to French AF as Fennec no. 4.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-ER Sep 1965.  To US civil registry as N9857A in 1979
7731 (MSN 174-584) to Republic of China AF as 2809 Mar 1960
7732 (MSN 174-585) to French AF as Fennec no. 130.  SOC Dec 17, 1967.  To Argentine Navy as 0621/EAN-121.  To
Uruguayan Navy as 407, delicered Oct 1979.  W/o Dec 7, 1987.
7733 (MSN 174-586) to Republic of China AF Aug 1960
7734 (MSN 174-587) to Republic of China AF Oct 1960 as 2825
7735 (MSN 174-588) converted to T-28D (I#37) to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-28/05 Jul 19672.  To Cambodia KhAf as 0-17735.  
Destroyed at Pochentong Jan 21-22, 1971 during North Vietnamese sapper attack.
7738 (MSN 174-591) to Republic of China AF as 2819 Mar 1960.
7739 (MSN 174-592) converted to T-28D (#39).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-29/05 Jul 1962.    To Royal Laotian AF and
w/o Apr 29, 1971.
7741 (MSN 174-594) converted to T-28D (#40).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-30/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF as
O-17741 May 1964.  Crashed near Udorn May 20, 1965 but repaired.
7742 (MSN 174-595) to French AF as Fennec no. 134.  To Argentine Navy as 0577 4-G-55 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan Navy
as 408, delivered Oct 1979.
7745 (MSN 174-598) to Republic of China AF Aug 1960.
7746 (MSN 174-599) converted to T-28D (#41).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-31/05 Jul 1962.   To Royal Laotian AF
as O-17746 Aug 1971.  W/o Jun 24, 1974.  Presumably went to Laotian AF, as tailfin noted summer 2003 in Musee de 
l'Armee Populaire, Vientiane, Laos) 
7747 (MSN 174-600) to French AF as Fennec no. 7.  To Moroccan AF Sep 1965
7749 (MSN 174-602) to French AF as Fennec no. 135.  SOC Par 1966.  Preserved at L'Ecole des Apprentis de Saintes
by 1973.  Displayed at Dijon AFB 1987-1988.  To French civil registry as F-AZHR Mar 20, 1992.
7751 (MSN 174-604) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7753 (MSN 174-606) converted to T-28D (#36).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-32/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
as O-17753 Dec 1965.  Declared excess Jul 1, 1974.  To Philippine AF.
7754 (MSN 174-607) to Ethiopian AF as 504 May 3, 1961.
7755 (MSN 174-608) to Republic of China AF Mar 1960 ?
7756 (MSN 174-609) to Ethiopian AF as 505 May 3, 1961.  Possibly to Cuba.
7757 (MSN 174-610) to Republic of China AF Aug 1960.
7758 (MSN 174-611) converted to T-28D (#44).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-33/05 Jul 1962. May have gone to Royal
Laotian AF
7759 (MSN 174-612) to Republic of China AF ?
7760 (MSN 174-613) to Philippne AF Nov 1958.  Preserved Fernando AFB.
7761 (MSN 174-614) to French AF as Fennec no. 129.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  Shipped to New Orleans Dec 1967.  To US civil registry 
as N14117.  To RoCAF Apr 7, 1970.
7763 (MSN 174-616) converted to T-28D (#38).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-34/05 Jul 1962.   To Royal Laotian AF
as O-17763 Aug 1971.  W/o Dec 1971
7764 (MSN 174-617) to Republic of China AF
7765 (MSN 174-618) to Republic of China AF
7767 (MSN 174-620) to Republic of China AF Mar 1960 as 2823.  Preserved RoCAF Museum, Kangshan AB.
7769 (MSN 174-622) to Republic of China AF ?
7770 (MSN 174-623) converted to T-28D (#42).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-35/05 Jul 26, 1962
7771 (MSN 174-624) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7773 (MSN 174-626) converted to T-28D (#43).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-36/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
as O-17773 Aug 1971. Declared excess Jul 1, 1974.   To Philippine AF 
7774 (MSN 174-627) converted to T-28D (#47).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-37/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian
AF as 7774 Oct 1965.  W/o at Luang Prabang Jul 16, 1967.
7775 (MSN 174-628) to Republic of China AF ?
7777 (MSN 174-630) converted to T-28D (#46).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-38/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
Oct 196. W/o Nov 12, 1975 but presumably repaired.   W/o Sep 1971.
7778 (MSN 174-631) converted to T-28D (#59).  To Cambodia as O-17778 Aug 1962.    
7779 (MSN 174-632) converted to T-28D (#45).  to Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-39/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
as O-17779 Oct 1965.  W/o Feb 28, 1967 but presumably repaired.  W/o Sep 1971.
7780 (MSN 174-633) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.
7781 (MSN 174-634) to French AF as Fennec no. 122.  SOC Oct 12, 1967.  To US civil registry as N14118
7782 (MSN 174-635) to French AF as Fennec no. 113.  To Argentine Navy as 0578/EAN-126 Jul 1966.  To US civil registry as N993CA.
Crashed near Hollister, California Jul 8, 1991
7784 (MSN 174-637) listed as going to Republic of China AF AF as 2826.  In accident Dec 24, 1970.  However, listed as w/o Jan 28, 1957 with USAF.
7788 (MSN 174-641) to Mexican AF Mar 4, 1959.
7789 (MSN 174-642) to civil registry as N3320G then N28EG, then N28RE
7792 (MSN 174-645) to civil registry as N8166H then N96329 then N28GW
7793 (MSN 174-646) to civil registry as N9635C. Repurchased by USAF in 1968 and converted to T-28D-5 (#308). 
To Royal Laotian AF Feb 1973.  W/o Mar 17, 1974.
7797 (MSN 174-650) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17797
7798 (MSN 174-651) to French AF as Fennec no. 117.  To Argentine Navy as 0579 4-G-51 Jun 1966
7799 (MSN 174-652) to French AF as Fennec no. 26.  To US civil registry as N91020
7801 (MSN 174-654) to US civil registry Sep 1958 as N3201G.  Repurchased by USAF Nov 1, 1967 and converted to
T-28D-5 (#255) .  To Royal Laotian AF Aug 1971l  To Philippine AF.  Disposal approved Nov 1981.
7803 (MSN 174-656) on civil registry as N8087H
7804 (MSN 174-657) to civil registry as N3316G, cancelled on export to Iran Oct 26, 1962.  Registered with
MSN 51-7804N
7806 (MSN 174-659) converted to T-28D (#48).  To Royal Thai AF as B.JF13-40/05 Jul 1962.  To Royal Laotian AF
as O-17806.  W/o May 19, 1965.
7807 (MSN 174-660) converted to T-28D (#49).  To Cambodia as O-17807 in 1971.  Stolen from Pochentong Mar 17, 1973 by
an air force pilot who attempted to drop his bomb load on the presidential palace, but he missed and his
bombs hit an ajacent barracks.
7811 (MSN 174-664) transferred to US Navy in 1965 for conversion to T-28B
7812 (MSN 174-665) was Fennec No. 19 with French AF.  To Argentine Navy as 0581/EAN-101 Jul 1966.  To Uruguayan 
Navy as 409, delivered Oct 1979.To N90534 Jun 30, 2000.  Later with Delta Warbird Aviation, Delta, BC as 
C-GBKT Jun 21, 2001.  Cancelled May 7, 2007. Registered N379DM May 15, 2007.
7813 (MSN 174-666) to Republic of Korea AF Feb 1961.  Preserved at Seongmu AFA Museum, marked as 901.
7815 (MSN 174-668) converted to T-28D (#50).  To Cambodian AF as O-17815.  W/o in sapper attach at Pochentong
Jan 21, 1971.
7816 (MSN 174-669) to Republic of Korea AF Feb 1961
7817 (MSN 174-670) to French AF as Fennec No. 17.  To Argentine Navy as 0582/EAN-113 Jun 26, 1966.  To Naval Aviation School
as 0582/EAN 113 Sep 1966 to 0582/1-A-262 in 1970.  To Aviatin Mechanics School as 0582/3A-333.
To Museo de la Aviacion Naval Argentina in 1988
7818 (MSN 174-671) to Ethiopian AF as 506 May 3, 1961.  To South Africa
7819 (MSN 174-672) converted to T-28D (#53).  To Cambodia.  Shrapnel damage repaired Jun 1973.  Dropped from inventory
Nov 1973.
7820 (MSN 174-673) to French AF as Fennec no. 138.  To Argentine Navy as 0630 Oct 17, 1967
7821 (MSN 174-674) to Republic of Korea AF as 17821 Feb 1961.  Preserved at Air Force School, Jinju.
7823 (MSN 174-676) converted to T-28D (#51).  To Cambodia as O-17823.  Survived Jan 21, 1971 sapper attack at
Pochentong.
7824 (MSN 174-677) to Philippine AF Nov 1958.
7825 (MSN 174-678) converted to T-28D (#54) to Cambodia.
7826 (MSN 174-679) to Republic of Korea AF as 17826.  Preserved at Aviation Space Science Museum, Muan
7828 (MSN 174-681) to Cambodia KhAF as 0-17828 sometime between 1970-73, survived the sapper attack of Jan 21-22, 1971.
Emergency landing in rice field, S of Pochentong, May 1973, causing substantial damage.
7829 (MSN 174-682) w/o Oct 22, 1957 with USAF
7830 (MSN 174-683) to South Korean AF Feb 1961 as 17830.  Preserved in Seoul Museum
7831 (MSN 174-684) converted to T-28D (#55).  To Cambodia Apr 1973.
7832 (MSN 174-685) to Philippine AF Nov 1958 as 17832.
7833 (MSN 174-686) converted to T-28D (#56).  To Cambodia as O-17833.    
7834 (MSN 174-687) to French AF as Fennec no. 25.  To Argentine Navy as 0583 4-G-62 Jun 1966.  To US civil registry as N994CA
7835 (MSN 174-688) to French AF as Fennec no. 24.  To US civil registry as N14145.
7836 (MSN 174-689) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7838 (MSN 174-691) to Ethiopian AF as 507 May 3, 1961.  To South Africa.
7839 (MSN 174-692) converted to T-28D (#57).  To Cambodia as O-17839.
7842 (MSN 174-695) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7843 (MSN 174-696) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7844 (MSN 174-697) to French AF as Fennec no 8.  To Moroccan AF as CNA-EB, then became 228 with Honduran 
AF in 1978.  W/o Nov 10, 1978.
7845 (MSN 174-698) to French AF as Fennec no. 21.  To Argentine Navy as 0584-4-G-54 Jul 1966
7846 (MSN 174-699) converted to AT-28D-5 (#003).  To Cambodia ?
7848 (MSN 174-701) to Philippine AF as 17848 Nov 1958.  Disposal approved Feb 22, 1977
7850 (MSN 174-703) to Philippine AF. Nov 1958.
7853 (MSN 174-706) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7854 (MSN 174-707) to Republic of Korea AF
7857 (MSN 174-710) to Republic of Korea AF
7858 (MSN 174-711) to South Korean AF.  Preserved at Sachon, ROK.
7860 (MSN 174-713) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7862 (MSN 174-715) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7864 (MSN 174-717) to Republic of Korea AF.
7865 (MSN 174-718) to Ethiopian AF as 508 Jul 11, 1961.  To South Africa.
7867 (MSN 174-720) to Republic of Korea AF.
7869 (c;n 174-722) converted to T-28D (#67).  To Royal Laotian AF Mar 1965.  W/o Sep 3, 1965 but presumably repaired.
7870 (MSN 194-723) 1st Air Commando Wing attached to 35th Tactical Air Control Group shot down by AAA
in South Vietnam Nov 19, 1964.  Both crew KIA.
7871 (MSN 194-724) 34th Tactical group, 1st Air Commando Squadron hit by ground fire over South Vietnam
Jun 26, 1964.  Both crew bailed out and were rescued by helicopter.
7872 (MSN 174-725) converted to AT-28D-5 (#046).  To Cambodian AF Feb 1974. 
7873 (MSN 174-726) converted to AT-28D-5 (#047).  To Cambodia in 1974.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
7874 (MSN 174-727) converted to AT-28D-5 (#020).  To Philippine AF. Disposal approved Jan 1977.
7876 (MSN 174-729) to Ethiopian AF as 509 May 3, 1961.
7877 (MSN 174-730) to Republic of Korea AF
7878 (MSN 174-731) converted to AT-28D-5 (#048).  To Cambodia Apr 1964.  To Philippine AF in 1976.
7881 (MSN 174-734) converted to AT-28D-5 (#006).  To Cambodian AF
7882 (MSN 174-735) assigned to the 3512th Pilot Tng Sqdn/ATC at Randolph AFB, Texas in 1965.  Converted to 
AT-28D-5 (#049).  To Cambodia Jan 1974.  To Philippine AF as 17882 in 1976.
7883 (MSN 174-736) w/o Jun 13, 1961 with USAF
7886 (MSN 174-739) to Republic of Korea AF
7889 (MSN 174-742) to Republic of Korea AF
7890 (MSN 174-743) MAP to Argentine AF Oct 10, 1960
7891 (MSN 174-744) converted to AT-28D-5 (#050).  To Cambodia Apr 1974.  To Philippine AF as 17891 in 1976.
55-3183 ... 55-3228
Sikorsky H-19D-SI Chickasaw
For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
3183 (MSN 55906) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 8, 1955.
3184 (MSN 55907) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 15, 1955.  To civil registry as N73893, cancelled.  Registered
N2650M, current.  Airesearch TSE 331 engine installed.
3185 (MSN 55908) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 8, 1955.  To civil registry as N90885, expired Sep 30, 2013.
Forced landing and rolled over due to tail rotor failure at Pontaic, Michigan Sep 2, 1978.  Repaired.
Hard landing and fell on side due to mechanical failure Apr 1, 1985.
3186 (MSN 55909) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 18, 1955
3187 (MSN 55913) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 8, 1955.  To MASDC as XB065.  Stored at Chandler
Memoria, Arizona.  To the Wingspan Air Museum, Mesa, Arizona, stored at Falcon Field, Arizona by Sep 2011.
3188 (MSN 55914) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 9, 1955
3189 (MSN 55915) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 13, 1955.   Became N95483 May 17, 1974, sold
to owner in Venezuela Oct 1982 as YV-356C, but US registration not cancelled until Aug 20, 2004.
Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona, last reported 1994.
3190 (MSN 55916) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 19, 1955
3191 (MSN 55917) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 23, 1955
3192 (MSN 55918) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 10, 1956
3193 (MSN 55922) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 29, 1955.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  Stored at Chandler
Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
3194 (MSN 55923) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 14, 1956.  To N37791 Aug 3, 1993, current.  Reported
stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona, last reported 1994.
3195 (MSN 55924) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 16, 1956
3196 (MSN 55925) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 18, 1956.  Registered N3745Y May 15, 1980, cancelled Nov 20, 2012.
Parts used in restoration of RCAF 9632 at Canadian Museum of Flight, Langley, British Columbia.
3197 (MSN 55926) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 6, 1957.  to civilian registry as N95487 to Orlando Helicopter
Airways May 17, 1974.  Cancelled Apr 29, 2011.  Stored by Orlando Helicopters at Sandford.
Preserved at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas with serial 14314.
3198 (MSN 55932) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 15, 1956
3199 (MSN 55933) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 29, 1956
3200 (MSN 55934) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 29, 1956
3201 (MSN 55935) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 2, 1956
3202 (MSN 55941) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 17, 1956 
3203 (MSN 55942) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 17, 1956
3204 (MSN 55943) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 17, 1956
3205 (MSN 55944) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 13, 1956
3206 (MSN 55945) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 13, 1956.  To MASDC as XB049, to Mesa.  Stored at Chandler
Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
3207 (MSN 55951) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 5, 1956.  To civil registry as N63314 with Orlando Helicopter
Airways Nov 19, 1973.  Cancelled on export to Finland May 18, 1977.  Registered OH-HSA, WFU.
3208 (MSN 55952) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 5, 1956.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  To N550DT, cancelled
Aug 15, 2013.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona
3209 (MSN 55953) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 10, 1956
3210 (MSN 55954) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 23, 1956
3211 (MSN 55955) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 17, 1956.  To civil registry as N90414 May 25, 1976.
Crashed Jun 23, 1984 at Gilbertsville, OH following engine failure due to fuel starvation.
Registration cancelled May 17, 2013.  Noted at dodson Intl Parts Inc, Rantoul, KS Apr 2015.
3212 (MSN 55961) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 1, 1956.  To civilian registry as N37783 with Whisper Jet
Aug 13, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
3213 (MSN 55962) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 4, 1956.
3214 (MSN 55963) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 4, 1956.
3215 (MSN 55964) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 9, 1956.  To civil registry as N4374 May 20, 1971,
cancelled Jan 30, 1974.
3216 (MSN 55965) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 9, 1956.  Registered N75216 to Aircraft Specialties
Mar 12, 1974, cancelled on export to Canada Apr 4, 1975.  Registered C-BUGF, cancelled Jun 18, 1986
3217 (MSN 55966) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 12, 1956.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard, 
to civil registry as N95485, current.  DBR in forced landing at Poston, Arizona Jan 24, 1981 due to 
mechanical failure.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
3218 (MSN 55967) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 12, 1956.  Became N37780.  To VH-ORL Jun 24, 1985.  To
ZK-HSS and crashed Jul 14, 1994.
3219 (MSN 55971) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 May 31, 1956.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1A-26 in 1956.
To US civil registry as N3369, cancelled Aug 14, 2012.
3220 (MSN 55972) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 5, 1956.  Registered as N43841 Dec 13, 1974, cancelled
Jun 30, 2013.
3221 (MSN 55973) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 5, 1956.  To Army Aviation Museum, Ft Rucker, AL
Registered as N5778, cancelled Sep 25, 2012.  
3222 (MSN 55974) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 8, 1956.
3223 (MSN 55975) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 8, 1956
3224 (MSN 55976) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 13, 1956
3225 (MSN 55977) delivered to US Army Aviation as H-19D-3 Jun 13, 1956.  To Spanish Navy as Z.1A-25 in 1956.
3226 (MSN 55982) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 27, 1956.  to MASDC, to Mesa.  Stored at Chandler Memorial,
Arizona.  Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
3227 (MSN 55983) Delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 27, 1956
3228 (MSN 55984) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 1, 1956.  On display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB,
Georgia since 19867 painted as a USAF UH-19B
55-4032 ... 55-4034
Convair TF-102A-26-CO Delta Dagger
4032 to Turkish AF
4033 sold to Turkey.  Crashed Aug 22, 1975 at Ankara, Turkey.  Crew OK
55-4634 ... 55-4646
Aero Commander VL-26B-AD
Redesignated L-26B, then redesignated U-4A in 1962
4634 (MSN 560A-234) became N972WF, then N91NR.  Destroyed Jan 21, 1976
near Elkins, WV
4635 (MSN 560A-235) became N5832, then N382JH
4636 (MSN 560A-240) became N47076
4637 (MSN 560A-243) became N12317
4638 (MSN 560A-247) became N30U.  Recently restored in original USAF colors, airworthy, and based in Florida.
4639 (MSN 560A-250) became N5688
4640 (MSN 560A-252) became N4988B, then N23041.
In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
4641 (MSN 560A-256) became N5976
4642 (MSN 560A-258) became N2268B.
4643 (MSN 560A-261) crashed into Potomac River near Washington, DC
Dec 11, 1956.
4644 (MSN 560A-263) became N2269B
4645 (MSN 560A-267) became N23FC, then N800NE
4646 (MSN 560A-269).  Redesignated L-26B, then U-4A.  Became N14WC.
64-17640 ... 64-17679
On Mark B-26K Counter Invader
Rebuilt from WW II A-26 Invaders.
17640 (ex 44-35896) to MASDC Oct 1969.  To civil registry as N267G with State of
Georgia Forestry Commission in 1972 but stored at Macon, GA.  Reregistered
N2294B to Arthur M. McDonnell, Mojave,CA Jul 1978, but reported
still unconverted at Mojave Sep 1979.  Acquired by USAFM
and reported at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB in 1986
17641 (ex 44-35322) 609th ACS, 56th ACW shot down by AA 
Dec 29, 1967 while attacking convoy in Steel Tiger area
near Ban Phoukachgi, 35 mi NW of Khe Sanh. 3 KIA
17642 (ex 44-35435) 606th ACS, 56th ACW MIA Aug 27, 1967 over 
northern Laos, 85 mi NW of Nakhon Phanom.  2 KIA
17643 (ex 44-35392) 603rd ACS, attached to 606th ACS crash landed
at Nakhon Phanom Jul 24, 1966, probably due to fuel
starvation.  2 KIA
17644 (ex 44-35451) to the Congo in 1964 as
RF644 and later FR-644.  Departed Jan 
1967. To SEA in Nov 1967.  To South
Vietnam Nov 12, 1969.  Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975 
17645 (ex 44-35546) to the Congo in 1964 as
RF645 and later FR-645.  Departed Dec 1966.
To SEA in in Aug 1967.  To South
Vietnam Nov 10, 1969.  Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975
17646 (ex 44-35375) to Congo in 1964 as RF646
and later FR-646.  Departed Mar 1967.
With 609th SOS, 56th SOW, hit hillside during strafing 
run Jul 8, 1969 in southern "Barrel Roll" area of SVN.  2 KIA.
Last A-26 lost in SEA operations by US.
17647 (ex 44-35904) to Davis Monthan as AD001 Oct 23, 1969.  The aircraft has
been seen in storage in a photo taken at MASDC in Nov 1969.
17648 (ex 43-22732) 609th ACS, 56th ACW shot down by AA Apr 30, 1968
during napalm run over Ho Chi Minh trail near Ban Boung, Laos
in Steel Tiger area.  2 KIA.  Remains of crew recovered.
17649 (ex 43-22720) to Congo in Jan 1965 as 
FR-649.  Returned Oct 1966.  To SEA in May 1967.  Retired to
Davis Monthan Nov 10, 1969. Salvaged Dec 1972.
17650 (ex 44-35766) 603rd ACS, attached to 606th ACS shot down by ground
fire June 28, 1966 in Steel Tiger area 10 mi N of Ban Phakat.  4 KIA
17651 (ex 44-34119) to SEA in Oct 1967.  
Retired to Davis Monthan in Nov 1969.  Preserved at Seoul 
Museum, Korea, moved to Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
17652 (ex 44-34361) to SEA in Oct 1968.
To South Vietnam Nov 10, 1969.  Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975
17653 (ex 41-39378) to SEA in July 1968.  Used by 56th SOW/906th SOS.
Retired to Davis Monthan Nov 13, 1969.  Acquired by USAF Museum
Jan 1, 1974 and now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
17654 (ex 41-39491)  to SEA in Nov 1967.
To South Vietnam Nov 10, 1969.  Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975
17655 (ex 44-34184) to Davis Monthan Oct 23, 1969.
17656 (ex 44-35847) w/o Eglin Range Dec 16, 1964 during
low-level applied tactics mission.  Pilot killed,
navigator bailed but lost leg while exiting the
aircraft.
17657 (ex 43-22649, MSN 18796) November 12, 1964 the aircraft was delivered as a B-26K and assigned to the 605th Air Commando (Composite) Squadron (AF Southern Command) at Howard AFB, Panama.
Registered as N62104 Jul 25, 1974, later N99218 Dec 5, 1974.  Damaged Nov 1975 at Edwards AFB, CA when upon
landing the nose gear collapsed.  Subsequently repaired.  As N99218 it had crashed on approach 
to Chino, CA February 9, 1978, but had been retained for spares 
recovery.  The forward fuselage of this aircraft was 
imported into England Jul 21, 1986 to assist in the restoration of A-26C 
44-34172.  Nose section displayed at Wings Museum, Balcombe, East Sussex, UK
17658 (ex 44-35865) to Davis Monthan Dec 1972.
17659 (ex 41-39564) w/o Aug 18, 1965.
17660 (ex 44-35608) to SEA Dec 1966.  To
Davis Monthan Nov 12, 1969.  Salvaged Dec 1972.
17661 (ex 44-35433) to SEA Nov 1967.  To Davis 
Monthan as AD014 Jan 1, 1970.  Salvaged Dec 1972.
17662 (ex 44-35458) to Congo in Jan 1965 as FR-662 and later 
FM-662.  Departed Feb 1967.  To SEA in 1967.  
With 606th ACS, 56th ACW, disappeared over northern Laos, Aug 21, 1967.
Search found no trace.  2 MIA
17663 (ex 41-39462) in accident  Apr 23, 1965.
17664 (ex 43-22665) to SEA in Dec 1966.  To
1 ACO WG at England and later to Davis
Monthan as AD007 Oct 23, 1969.  Reclaimed Dec 1972.
17665 (ex 44-34145) to SEA in Jun 1966.  To Davis Monthan as AD018 Jan 22, 1970.
Reclaimed Dec 1972.
17666 (ex 44-35483) rebuilt as B-26K in 1964.  To SEA Nov 1968.  Dedicated in
Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park, FL Jul 4, 1970
17667 (ex 44-35468) to SEA June 1966.  Shot down by AA Mar 23, 1969
17668 (ex 44-34652) to SEA Aug 1966.
With 606th ACS, 634th CSG, shot down by AA Feb 22, 1967 whil strafing
convoy near Ban Thapachon in southern Laos.  Plane made it back to 
Nakhon Phanom but starboard wing began to burn and crew bailed out.
2 crew survived and were picked up by helicopter.
17669 (ex 44-34606) to SEA June 1966.  
606th ACS, 6t34th CSG accompanies 64-17668 to Nakhon Phanom after it
was hit by AAA.  Apparently hit by 17668 when it blew up Feb 22, 1967 and
both crashed, crew of 2 on 17669 KIA
17670 (ex 44-35634) to to SEA Nov 1968.
To Davis Monthan as AD011 Jan 11, 1970.
Reclaimed Dec 1972.
17671 (ex 44-35820) to SEA Jun 1966.  TO MASDC Nov 10, 1969.  
To Florence Space Museum SC.  Museum closed, plane scrapped
for spare parts.
17672 (ex 44-25251) to SEA Jun 1966.
603rd ACS, attached to 606th ACS shot down by AA near Thai-Laos 
border Dec 14, 1966.  With one engine on fire pilot flew for 20 mi letting 
all 3 crew bail out for rescue.  Pilot received Mackay Trophy for 
airmanship and courage.
17673 (ex 44-34135) to SEA Dec 1966.
609th SOS, 56th SOW crashed in circuit at Nakhon Phanom Mar 11, 1969 when
it ran out of fuel while checking a landing gear problem.  2 KIA.
17674 (ex 41-39573) w/o Jan 1, 1969.
17675 (ex 44-34173) to SEA Dec 1966.  
To Davis Monthan as AT015 Jan 17, 1970.  Salvaged Dec 1972
17676 (ex 41-39596) to SEA Jun 1966.  To 1 ACO WG in England and later to Davis
Monthan Nov 1969.  To civil registry as N268G with 
State of Georgia Forestry Commission in 1972, but stored
unconverted at Macon, in 1977 registered to Airspray Ltd of Demonton,
ALTA as C-GXTF but never delivered.
In July 1978 to N22939 with Arthur M. McDonnell,
Mojave, CA but reported still unconverted at
Mojave Oct 1978.  Now preserved at USAFM,
Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
17677 (ex 44-34108) to SEA Aug 1967.  To South Vietnam AF Nov 10, 1969.
Blown up at Nha Trang Mar 1975.
17678 (ex 44-35205) to SEA Aug 1966.  to Davis Monthan as AD009 Oct 24, 1969.  
Reclaimed Feb 1973.
17679 (ex 44-34198).  To MASDC Nov 1969. To civil registry as 
N269G with State of Georgia Forestry Commission but stored
unconverted at Macon, GA.  Registered 1977 to Airspray
Edmonton, ALTA as C-GXTG but not delivered as damaged on landing
after test flight from Macon and apparently abandoned there. Registered 
Oct 1978 as N4988N with Lynch Flying Service of Billings, MT in 1978, but
last reported still unconverted at Billings,MT.  Sold in 2010 by Lynch Flying Service
and in 2013 was at Ft. Worth Meachem Field undergoing restoratin at Greatest Generation Aircraft.
65-9565 ... 65-10135
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
MSN 4609/5179.  Transfers to MASDC/AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
Many converted to UH-1H.  
9640,9735,9759,9862,9889,9968,9974,10014,10054,10074,10090,10132 converted
to GUH-1H.  
10118 to JUH-1H.
At least 24 to FMS (2 to Chile, 2 to Peru, 2 to South Vietnam, 9 to
New Zealand, 8 to Venezuela).
10085,10104 transferred to NASA
9565 (MSN 4609) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1216Y.  To CC-CNM.  For sale
by GSA Auctions at El Paso, TX Sep 10, 2015.
9567 (MSN 4611) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer. Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9569 (MSN 4613, UH-1H) became N4734F
9571 (MSN 4615) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9572 (MSN 4616) to USMC as 659572
9576 (MSN 4620) allocated civil registration of N714MQ July 2001.
9577 (MSN 4621) registered N1577 to Combat and Transport Aircraft Museum Jun 1995
9579 (MSN 4623) converted to GUH-1D
9580 (MSN 4624) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N63845
9589 (MSN 4633) noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery
Center, Elmira, NY.  Registration N373DH reserved Jan 30, 2009.
9591 burned near Dion Sep 1, 1967.
9592 (MSN 4636) converted to UH-1H.  To MASDC as XA0370 Dec 7, 1988
9593 (MSN 4637) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0422 Jun 5, 1995.
Registered N50558 Sep 9, 2005.  Registration N207PJ reserved
Jan 29, 2008, taken up Mar 19, 2008
9598 (MSN 4642) to USMC as 659598
9600 (MSN 4644) converted to UH-1H.  Tocivil registry as N7232L. Registration
N7232L cancelled by FAA Nov 14, 2008 as sold abroad.  Registered Nov 17, 2008
to National Helicopters P/L of Cooranbong as VH-RSL
9602 (MSN 4646) registered N2048P Feb 10, 2006
9603 (MSN 4647) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0346 Sep 29, 1988
9604 (MSN 4648) became N7232Z, then HI-714SP and currently TI-AZM
with Aerodiva.
9605 (MSN 4649, 174th AHC) during autorotation practice, the main rotor blade struck the cockpit and crashed 
at Lane field, SVN Dec 17, 1966. A South Korean student pilot and 2 crew killed.
9606 (MSN 4650) registered N310AS Aug 18, 2008
9609 (MSN 4653) to USMC as 659609
9610 (MSN 4654) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0502 Sep 28, 1995.
Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
9613 (MSN 4657) to USMC as 659613.  On display Aug 2006 at Camp Johnson, Burlington, Vermont
9614 (MSN 4658) to USMC as 659614.  In fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.   In 2013 located in a range 
target storage compound on the SE portion tip of Eglin AFB, no public access.  Range ID 11 HE
9615 (MSN 4659) noted Apr 2015 stored with Arista Helicopters, Enterprise, Alabama
9616 (MSN 4660) hit by ground fire over South Vietnam and w/o in forced landing
May 24, 1967.
9617 (MSN 4661) acquired Nov 1995 by Combat Air Museum, Topeka, Kansas. Still there Oct 2006.
9618 (MSN 4662) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N106SW
9621 (MSN 4665) to USMC as 659621.  Registered N32741 Feb 2,1995
9627 (MSN 4671) to Philippine AF as 150.  To civil registry as N92535 Aug 1995
9628 (MSN 4672) at Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana
9630 (MSN 4674) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0332 Sep 22, 1988.
9632 (MSN 4676) converted to UH-1H. To USMC as 659632.  To AMARC as XA0312 Sep 13, 1988
9637 (MSN 4681) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N773AR
9639 (MSN 4683) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N4237K
9643 (MSN 4684) mounted on post at Dothan, Alabama in Sept 2003.
9644 (MSN 4688) converted to UH-1H.  To USMC as 659644.  To civil registry as N8157G
9646 (MSN 4690) to USMC as 659646
9648 (MSN 4692) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0327 Sep 23, 1988
9649 (MSN 4693) on civilian registry as N247PV.
9651 (MSN 4695) became N42331.  Missing Nov 3, 2005 on flight from Alturas, California
to Oroville, California
9654 (MSN 4698) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N120PT
9661 (MSN 4705) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0548 Oct 10, 1995.
Registration N773GR reserved Jul 9, 2004, taken up Nov 15, 2004
9662 (MSN 4706) converted to UH-1H.  To USMC as 659662.  To civil registry as N395M
9663 (MSN 4707) registered N980AS Sep 18, 2008. To Yemen AF Jan 2011.
9666 (MSN 4710) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0479 Sep 25, 1995.  Registration
N462CC reserved Nov 7, 2005, taken up Feb 2, 2006.
9667 (MSN 4711) was on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  In 2011 was at Sullivan Brothers
Iowa Veteran''s Museum, Waterloo, Iowa.  Engine, transmission, and rotor removed and everything aft of the
cabin also removed.
9668 (MSN 4712) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9669 (MSN 4713) to Air America as Y-11 Apr 1, 1971. Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  Converted to UH-1H
9671 (MSN 4715) converted to UH-1H.  To USMC as 659671.  To AMARC as XA0331
9675 (MSN 4719, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, B Troop) crashed in bad weather and fog in SVN Aug 8, 1966. 4 KIA.
9682 (MSN 4726) in hangar at Guthrie AHP, Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer. 
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9685 (MSN 4729) to USMC as 659685
9688 (MSN 4732) registered as N6195G, to HB-RXC Jan 2010.   As HB-RXC crashed Dec 20, 1012 near Rthi, Altenrhein.
9690 at Highway Department, Wheatfield, NY Jul 2007.
9693 (MSN 4737) to Air America as Y-12 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  To Vietnam AF 
9696 (MSN 4740) sitting on a trailer in front of VFW Post #9582 in Vandalia, Ohio.  It is moved around for 
displays, but is kept there.
9697 (MSN 4741) To Peruvian National Police as PNP 325. Later became N9697S.  Noted Apr 2007 stored with
US Helicopters at Blackwell Field, Ozark, Alabama.  Registration cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
9700 (MSN 4744) UH-1H) reported Fall 2003 at Kansas Museum of Military History, Augusta, Kansas
9702 (MSN 4746) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0554 Oct 10, 1995.  Registration
N602WA reserved Nov 9, 2004, taken up May 30, 2006
9703 (MSN 4747) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark as N700UH.
Registration N700UH was cancelled by FAA Dec 3, 2008 as
scrapped at Ozark, AL
9705 (MSN 4749) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N122FC
9707 with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9708 (MSN 4752) assigned to NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL.  Registered as NASA 419.
Registered as N419NA Oct 31, 1990.  Registration cancelled Jun 16, 2008 as destroyed
9710 (MSN 4754) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911MRT
9715 (MSN 4759) to US Navy as 659715.  SOC Feb 22, 1977.  Probable MAP delivery to Royat Thai Army as 9715.
WFU at Lopbury by Jan 2007.  Noted active at RTA Saraburi Jan 2014.
9718 (MSN 4762) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8079E
9719 (MSN 4763) noted in storage at Knox AHP Mar 2002.
9721 (MSN 4765, 116th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Nov 1, 1969. 5 KIA.
9723 (MSN 4767) to Bosnia and Herzegonina AF as VF-1816 and now instructional airframe at Rajlovac Air Base
9726 (MSN 4770) during takeoff crashed into a minefield in SVN Sep 25, 1966. 2 KIA.
9734 (MSN 4778) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N6384K
9735 (MSN 4779) to US Navy as 659735.
9736 (MSN 4780) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 659736.  To AMARC as XA0320 Sep 21, 1988
9739 (MSN 4783) converted to UH-1H.  Transferred to US Navy as 659739.  Assignet to VXE-6 in 1970.  To 
Connecticut ARNG Dec 1989.   To AMARC as XA0555 Oct 16, 1995.  To Jordanian AF in 2002.
9740 (MSN 4784) transferred to US Navy as 659740.  Assigned to VXE-6 in 1970.
9741 (MSN 4785) assigned to support US Navy VX-6 in Antarctica in 1961.  Crashed during whiteout landing 
Nov 5, 1966 Marie Byrd Land Camp #1, Antarctica.
9743 (MSN 4787) to civil registry as N92820 Aug 1995.  Became EC-GOD.
Crashed between Huelva and El Berrocal, Spain Jul 28, 2004.
9744 (MSN 4788) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N72171.  Registration
cancelled Sep 27, 2006 on sale to owner in Mexico.
9747 (MSN 4791) mounted on a post at Enterprise, Alabama Dec 2004. 
9750 (MSN 4794) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N915MF
9751 (MSN 4795) instructinal airframe with Louisiana Technical College, Lake Charles, Louisiana Sep 2003.
9752 (MSN 4796) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0313 Sep 13, 1988.
Returned to service.  To AMARC as XA0555 Oct 16, 1995.
9753 (MSN 4797) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0322 Sep 22, 1988
9754 (MSN 4798) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0483 Sep 26, 1995.
9758 (MSN 4802) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0581 Aug 26, 1996
9759 (MSN 4803) in fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.
9761 (MSN 4805) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N710WD
9762 (MSN 4806) registered N4306J Jan 1995
9763 (MSN 4807) to civil registry as N2220Y Apr 1994.  Sold to Australia Nov 2002 as VH-HUE
9764 (MSN 4808) to Peruvian AF as FAP-631
9765 (MSN 4809) to Peruvian AF as FAP-632
9766 (MSN 4810) to Peruvian AF as FAP-644
9767 (MSN 4811) to Peruvian AF as FAP-645
9768 (MSN 4812) to Peruvian AF as FAP-646, then to RNZAF as NZ3801 Jun 1966.  Upgraded to UH-1H in mid 1970s.
Call sign ZM-ZUA.  Operated in East Timor on behalf of UN with codes UNO-075 ad UNO-077.  
As NZ3801 retired and in September 2015 to the Air Force Museum of New Zealand at Wigram, Christchurch. 
9769 (MSN 4813) to RNZAF as NZ3802 Jun 1966.  Upgraded to UH-1H mid 1970s.  Call sign ZM-ZUB
9770 (MSN 4814) at Ozark. AL Jan 2008.
9771 (MSN 4815) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N62452
9774 (MSN 4818) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0549 Oct 10, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006
9775 (MSN 4819) preserved at Vietnam Veterans Association #632, Ville Platte, Louisiana in Sep 2003.
9777 (MSN 4821) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 659777.  To AMARC Sep 26, 1995.  Registration N464CC
reserved Nov 7, 2005, taken up Feb 2, 2006.  N464CC cancelled
Jul 19, 2007 on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registration ZU-LCY
has been reserved.
9779 (MSN 4823) with Military Museum, Houston, TX Feb 2005.
9785 (MSN 4829) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911BV,
registered N99BV Jan 25, 2005.
9786 (MSN 4830) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0519 Oct 2, 1995
9788 (MSN 4832) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
9790 (MSN 4834) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N205MY
9791 (MSN 4835) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N943SM
9801 to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1817, then A-2622
9803 (MSN 4847) in Aug 2003 noted on display at VFW 1037 at Waupaca, Wisconsin.
9805 (MSN 4849) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0569 Jan 16, 1996.
Registered N50513 Sep 8, 2005.
9808 crashed at Fort Rucker, AL Apr 14, 1982.  Four occupants killed.
9814 (MSN 4858) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0374
9815 (MSN 4859, UH-1D) Noted stored/dumped at Hidden Valley near Rosamund, CA Sep 2, 2000; 
appeared to have suffered accident damage.
9816 (MSN 4860) to Air America as Y-13 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.
Converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0352 Sep 30, 1988
9819 (MSN 4863) on display at Canton Municipal Airport, Illinois in Mar 2009.
9820 (MSN 4864) to US Navy as 659820
9823 (MSN 4867) converted to UH-1H. To US Navy as 659823.  To civil registry as N2291C
9825 (MSN 4869) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0353 Sep 29, 1988
9826 (MSN 4870) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9831 (MSN 4875) converted to UH-1H.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at County Sheriff's Department,
San Bernardino, CA Jul 23, 2015
9832 (MSN 4876) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0314 Sep 14, 1988
9833 (MSN 4877) at Lexinton, NE Transportation Museum
9834 (MSN 4878) to US Navy as 659834.
9836 (MSN 4880) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N935MF
9839 (MSN 4883) noted at Ira G. Ross/Niagra Aerospace Museum, Niagra, New York in Jul 2009
9840 (MSN 4884) seen in 2012 at new outdoor museum wing of Marietta Museum, Georgia.
9844 (MSN 4888) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0373 Aug 20, 1989.
9847 (MSN 4891) registered N133 Mar 16, 1995
9848 (MSN 4892, UH-1H) became N5798K.  Tail boom noted in scrap yeard at Bellingham, WA
May 2, 2005.
9851 (MSN 4895) w/o in landing accident in South Vietnam Oct 13, 1967
9852 (MSN 4896) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0537 Oct 3, 1995.
Registered N71083 Sep 8, 2005.
9853 (MSN 4897) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 659853.  To AMARC as XA0323 Sep 22, 1988
9856 (MSN 4900) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 659856.  To civil registry as N1205D
9857 (MSN 4901) converted to UH-1H.  to AMARC as XA0354 Oct 1, 1988
9858 (MSN 4902) to civil registry as N38CF Sep 1995.  To CC-CLK
9859 (MSN 4903) to US Navy as 658959.
9863 (MSN 4907) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0542 Oct 5, 1995.
9865 (MSN 4909) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0468 Sep 22, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
9866 (MSN 4910, 173rd AHC) shot down by RPG in SVN Jan 8, 1968. One crew KIA, 3 wounded.
9870 (MSN 4914) restored to represent 68-16309 of 135th Assault Helicopter Company
as operated in Vietham.  The Huey was acquired from Sacramento 
Sheriff's Office which had it since 1996.  Civil registration was N911JM
9871 (MSN 4915) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N925MF
9872 (MSN 4916) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0468 Sep 22, 1995.  Allocated civilian registration
of N4067X in Jun 2001.  Cancelled Oct 2002 on sale to owner in Canada.
9873 (MSN 4917) crashlanded and destroyed by fire in South Vietnam Feb 5, 1967
9874 (MSN 4918) noted Oct 2005 in Buckley AFB Base Collection, Denver, CO painted as 0-12994
9877 (MSN 4921) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911PR
9878 (MSN 4922) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0358 Oct 5, 1988
9881 (MSN 4925) as UH-1H-II to Policia Nacional de Colombia as PNC-0718
9884 (MSN 4928) converted to UH-1H.  On display at Veterans Memorial Park in Burlington Township, New Jersey.
9886 (MSN 4930) noted in disposal yard at Ford Rucker Mar 2002
9888 (MSN 4932) noted on display at VFW Post #4161, Arcanum, Ohio in Apr 2013.
9889 (MSN 4933) at Mathis Field, TZ Feb 2008
9897 (MSN 4941) stored at NAS Willow Grove, to National Vietnam War Museum at Orlando, Florida
9902 (MSN 4946) to US Navy as 659902
9903 (MSN 4947, 170th AHC) crashed during landing in SVN Nov 11, 1966. 2 KIA.
9904 (MSN 4948) hit trees when landing in South Vietnam and w/o Feb 25, 1968
9908 (MSN 4952) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0553 Oct 10, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery.
9909 to Army National Guard
9911 (MSN 4955) scrapped at Louisiana Military Museum, New Orleans after sustaining serious flood damage.
9912 (MSN 4956) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0372
9914 (MSN 4958) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9915 (MSN 4959) became N4134W with US Department of State; this registration cancelled as 'scrapped' Jan 16, 2003.
Bell Helicopters report the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired May 22, 2003
9918 (MSN 4962) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9922 (MSN 4966) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0521) Oct 2, 1995.  Removed from AMARC and offered for sale
Registered N4072P May 20, 2009.  In Oct 2012 noted on display at Oregon Air and Space Museum, Eugene, Oregon
9926 (MSN 4970) registered in 1994 as N890AS
9931 (MSN 4975) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL.
9934 to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1805, then A-2614
9937 (MSN 4981) at American Legion Post #339, Roland, OK Oct 2007. 
9939 (MSN 4983) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N931PD
9941 (MSN 4985) w/o in crash landing in South Vietnam Jun 21, 1967
9942 (MSN 4986) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9944 (MSN 4988) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0408 May 17, 1995.
9945 (MSN 4989) to US Navy as 659945.
9947 (MSN 4991) converted to UH-1H in 1972.  To US Navy as 659947.  Returned 1992.  Reported to have
been donated to Bournemouth Aviation Museum, UK, but probably never left the USA.
Registered N152AR Aug 15, 2008
9948 (MSN 4992, 334th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Dec 26, 1967. 4 KIA.
9952 (MSN 4996) to civil registry as N127PT.  Registration N667HP reserted Feb 9, 2004,
taken up Apr 9, 2004.  Reported damaged at Benchmark, MT Jul 16, 2007
9956 (MSN 5000) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8158G.
Registration N8156G cancelled by FAA Ap 24, 2009 as "scrapped"
9957 (MSN 5001) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
9961 (MSN 5005) to civil registry as N503TW
9964 (MSN 5008) converted to UH-1H. To civil registry as N72175
9965 (MSN 5009) to MN NG
9968 (MSN 5012) at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
9969 (MSN 5013) became N126FC, registration cancelled May 2, 2005 as "scrapped"  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA
Auctions at Perry, FL Nov 13, 2015.
9971 (MSN 5015) noted stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002.
9973 (MSN 5017) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0562 Oct 23, 1995
9974 (MSN 5018) at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
9975 (MSN 5019) at Ville Platte, LA Oct 2007
9977 (MSN 5021) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0349 Sep 29, 1988.
9980 (MSN 5024) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0330
9984 (MSN 5028) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N398M
9986 (MSN 5030) registred as N141SP Feb 23, 1995.
9992 (MSN 5036) converted to UH-1H.  Assigned to 990th Medical Detachment, Lafayette, LA.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Jan 28, 1991.
Registered as N535NA to NASA Langley Research Center Jul 16, 1993; cancelled.
Assigned to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Wallops Flight Facility (WFF), Wallops Island, VA.
Registration as N535NA pending to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Wallops Flight 
Facility (WFF) Mar 20, 2014.  Used for supporting airborne research, range surveillance, recovery 
operations, drop model testing, technology development, aerial photography and a variety of 
other flight activities.  Currently inactive [Jul15]
9996 (MSN 5040, UH-1H) at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.
9999 (MSN 5043) stored Buckley ANGB
10000 (MSN 5044) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0526 Oct 2, 1995.   Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10005 (MSN 5049) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
10006 (MSN 5050) crashed near Wicksburg, Alabama Feb 8, 1993.
10007 (MSN 5051) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0334
10009 (MSN 5053) became N57LC
10010 (MSN 5054) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N7232D.  De-registered as N7232D on October 29, 1997
and to Chile as CC-CNG.
10012 (MSN 5056) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0321 Sep 22, 1988
10013 (MSN 5057) to civil registry as N2218N, then EC-360, then EC-GOC.
to civil registry in Chile as CC-CLO
10014 (MSN 5058) has been on display at Newman Park, Sweetwater, Texas since the early 1990s.
10016 (MSN 5060) on civil registry as N134JL.  Registration N155GH taken up.
Registration N567VF reserved Sep 8, 2008, taken up Oct 15, 2008
10017 (MSN 5061) became N301HP, registration N99WN reserved Apr 12, 2006
10018 (MSN 5062, 191st AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Aug 29, 1967. 6 KIA.
10023 (MSN 5067) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N81518
10026 (MSN 5070) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N795CF.  Noted Mar 2010 stored at Veterans Memorial
Museum, Huntsville, Alabama.
10027 (UH-1H, MSN 5071) registered N7072C Oct 20, 2003.  Registration N711GH
reserved Feb 9, 2009, taken up Mar 3, 2009
10029 (MSN 5073) registered N132AR Aug 15, 2008.  Registration N132AR
cancelled by FAA Dec 15, 2008 on sale to owner in Mexico.  But never
registered in Mexico, registration N132AR restored Mar 12, 2009.
10030 (MSN 5074, UH-1H) on display at Heritage in Flight Museum, Lincoln, IL
10031 (MSN 5075) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N191BP. 
Registration N191BP cancelled by FAA Feb 23, 2009 as "destroyed"
10034 (MSN 5078) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0559 Oct 19, 1995.
Registration N65NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006.
10035 (MSN 5079) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0485 Sep 26, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10036 (MSN 5080) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N233AC.
Registration N233AC cancelled Feb 12, 2007 as "destroyed"
10041 (MSN 5085, UH-1D) to RAAF as A2-041 Nov 1966.  Renumbered
A2-085 May 1967.
10043 (MSN 5087, 57th Med Det) crashed into mountain at night in SVN Mar 20, 1967. 4 KIA.
10050 (MSN 5094) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0505 Sep 29, 1995.
Registration N615BV reserved Feb 16, 2006, taken up Apr 28, 2006.
10052 (MSN 5096) MSN 510052.
10054 (MSN 5098) to US Navy as 510054.  On display Nov 2010 in Estrella Warbird Museum, Pasa Robles, California
10060 (MSN 5104) registered N343WN Jan 1995
10061 (MSN 5105, UH-1H) became N22SD
10065 (MSN 5109) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0402 May 11, 1995.  Sold to Colombia in 1997
10067 (MSN 5111) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N775AR.  Substantially damaged after ground impact
near Dove Creek, Colorado Jul 16, 2013 during seismic survey operation.  One killed.
10068 (MSN 5112) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport. In 2010 was on static display at National Vietnam
War Museum park, Mineral Wells, TX.
10069 (UH-1H: MSN 5113) with boom from 71-20167 in storage at the 
AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
10071 (MSN 5115) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0596 Dec 23, 1996.  Active as AE-442 with Ejército Argentino 
(Argentine Army Aviation). 
10072 (MSN 5116) to US Navy as 510072
10073 (MSN 5117) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
10074 (MSN 5118) in 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, Illinois
10075 (MSN 5119, UH-1H) became N6743X
10077 (MSN 5121) to US Navy as 510077.  at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP
10080 (MSN 5124) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0419 May 22, 1995.  To Colombian National Police as PNC-177
10081 (MSN 5125) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N340WN
10083 (MSN 5127) to Air America as Y-14 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  Converted to UH-1H
10085 (MSN 5129) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 510085.  To NASA as N415NA.  Registration N415YP reserved July 2003, 
offically allocated Aug 2003.
10086 (MSN 5130) to Army NG
10087 (MSN 5131) hit by ground fire over South Vietnam and crashed Jun 30, 1967
10088 (MSN 5132) with 281st Assault Helicopter Company, 17th Aviation Group shot down Dec 2, 1966 1 1/2 mi
inside Laos near Vietnam DMZ during attempted Special Forces team extraction  All 5 onboard KIA.
10089 (MSN 5133, 227th Avn, C Co) during takeoff the skids caught on a cargo net, rolled and crashed on its left 
side in South Vietnam May 26, 1967. All 6 killed.
10090 (MSN 5134) at VFW Post #4820, Port Neches, Texas Oct 2007
10091 (MSN 5135) UH-1H) deployed to Vietnam in 1966 and served with 173rd Assault Helicopter Company.
Returned to USA and continued to fly until 1995, when it was decommissioned and acquired by
the Texas Air Command Museum.  Became N565TX before going to the museum.  Donated to Smithsonian
Institution, and will be displayed in Museum of American History.
10094 (MSN 5138) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N425CC
10096 (MSN 5140). Became N126PT, which registration was cancelled by FAA 
Jul 16, 2003 on sale to Haitian Government
10101 (MSN 5145) to civil registry as N681FD.  Reported destroyed at Chicago, IL
Jun 30, 2006.  Must have been rebuilt since N687FW was reserved for this
MSN Aug 11, 2007, taken up Sep 24, 2007.
10102 (MSN 5146) converted to UH-1H.  to civil registry as N8154G
10104 (MSN 5148) converted to UH-1H.  To US Navy as 510104.  To NASA as N420NA
10105 (MSN 5149) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0552 Oct 10, 1995.
Registered N651GB Dec 22, 2004
10106 (MSN 5150) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0350 Sep 30, 1988
10108 (MSN 5152) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0364 
10114/10116 (MSN 5158/5160) to RNZAF as NZ3803/NZ3805.  Delivered Oct 1966, upgraded to UH-1H in mid 1970s.
Call signs were ZM-ZUD, ZM-ZUF, ZM-ZUG.   
NZ3805 operated in East Timor on behalf of UN with codes UNO-075 and UNO-076.
10117 (MSN 5161) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0547 Oct 6, 1995.  Registration
N651CH reserved Jun 28, 2005, taken up Aug 17, 2005.  Registratin N651CH
cancelled Mar 6, 2008 on sale to owner in Mexico.
10118 (MSN 5162, UH-1H). Was N647F; registration cancelled 2/6/03 on sale 
to owner in Chile.  Chilean identy is CC-CBB, issued Jun 11, 2003.
10119 (MSN 5163) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
10120 (MSN 5164, UH-1H) to Philippine AF.  Crashed Feb 21, 1999
10123 (MSN 5167, 45th Med) crashed at night in bad weather in SVN Oct 29, 1967. 4 KIA.
10125 (MSN 5169) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry s N9424X
10126 (MSN 5170) noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, BA
10129 (MSN 5173) to US Navy as 510129.  To Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1818, then A-2623
10130 (MSN 5174) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N341WN
10131 (MSN 5175) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0518 Oct 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10132 (MSN 5176) being restored to be displayed as HSL at Patriots Point
Naval and Maritime Museum, Charlestown, South Carolina.
10133 (MSN 5177) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N192BP
10135 (MSN 5179, UH-1H) w/o Sept 1990.
66-0746 ... 66-1210
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
MSN 5229/5693.  Many to FMS.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
Many converted to UH-1H
0765,0920 converted to GUH-1H
0894,1164 converted to JUH-1H
0772,0831,0902,0945,1046,1104,1105 converted to UH-1V.
0746 (MSN 5229) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N149AC.
Registered Sep 8, 2008 to Aerial Agriculture P/L of Armidale
as VH-ONZ
0749 (MSN 5232) was up for sale on Ebay, but is now in the Malta Aviation Museum after being involved in the
movie "Munich".
0751 (MSN 5234) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0409 May 17, 1995
0759 (MSN 5242) noted at Hardwood Weapons Range, Wisconsin Aug 2001
0760 (MSN 5243) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0536 Oct 3, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
0761 (MSN 5244) to American Legion Post #661, Washburn, Illinois
0764 (MSN 5247) at American Legion Post #109, Gaffney, South Carolina Jun 2007
0765 (MSN 5248) on display at Museum of Flying, 1997.  To Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum, Compton, California
0768 (MSN 5251) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0592 Oct 7, 1996. 
0770 (MSN 5253) to Chile AF as H-94.
0771 (MSN 5254, 118th AHC) collidied midair with UH-1D 65-12863 and crashlanded in SVN Nov 24, 1969. No injuries, 
all crew rescued. 65-12863 crashed. 
0772 (MSN 5255)  converted to UH-1V. To N772CP.  At Clover Park
Technical College, WA Jul 2006
0777 (MSN 5260) to Korean Army in 1991
0782 (MSN 5265) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N12UH.
Then to Spain as EC-356, later EC-GIU.  Registered Jun 20, 2006
to Siemens Financial Services AB of Solna as SE-JOK
0784 (MSN 5267) located in 2008 at Veterans Museum, Gaffney, SC
0785 (MSN 5268) to Jordanian AF as 820.  Derelict cabin section noted Mar 2006
at Ozark Blackwell Field, AL
0786 (MSN 5269) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1206G.
Up for sale by Dakota Air Parts International, Inc.
0789 (MSN 5272) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N19UH, later EC-GOE.
Registered Nov 27, 2006 to FAASA as CC-CEL
0791 (MSN 5274) mounted on a post at the Guard base at Davenport, IA Apr 29, 2002
0792 (MSN 5275) converted to UH-1H. Registered N85NW May 15, 1995.  Later to civil registry as N411DR.  Crashed 16 mi 
SE of Sandpoint, ID Jun 21, 2002 during logging operations.
0795 (MSN 5278) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N165AS
0796 (MSN 5279) mounted on a pole outside VFW Hall 6691, Fraser, Michigan
0798 (MSN 5281) to N9914M Dec 2001.
0802 (MSN 5285, 173rd Avn) collidied with another UH-1 in SVN Apr 23, 1969. 11 KIA.
0805 (MSN 5288) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0590 Sep 30, 1996
0809 (MSN 5292) noted Mar 1, 2004 on dump at NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  It had been leased to the
RNZAF for peacekeeping duty with the UN in the Sinai from Mar 20, 1982 to Apr 1986.
0810 (MSN 5293) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0398 May 8, 1995
0811 (MSN 5294) lost near Vong Ro Bay, SVN Dec 2, 1967.  4 crew MIA.
0814 (MSN 5297) sold to Greek Army as ES-815.
0816 (MSN 5299) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0563 Oct 24, 1995. Allocated civilian
registration number N40690 June 2001.
0821 (MSN 5304) to VA ARNG
0822 (MSN 5305) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N205FD
0825 (MSN 5308) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N825HX
0826 (MSN 5309) to Chile as H-95 and preserved in Oct 2012.
0827 (MSN 5310) Bell Helicopters reports the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired Sep 19, 2008
0828 (MSN 5311) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N792CF
0831 (MSN 5314) converted to UH-1V.  Stored Otis ANGB.  To American Legion Post #79, Massena, New York
0835 (MSN 5318) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0511 Oct 2, 1995. Allicated civil
regiatration of N83CF July 2001.  To Yemen Air Force Jan 2011.
0836 (MSN 5319) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N302SD Feb 7, 2008.   Since supplied to Colombian
Army as EJC-406
0837 (MSN 5320) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N8281B Jun 2, 1995.  Became EC-951, then
EC-GDJ.  Believed w/o Mar 19, 1998.
0841 (MSN 5324) stored Fort Carson, Colorado
0843 (MSN 5326) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N354SD Feb 7, 2008
0844 (MSN 5327) converted to UH-1H.  w/o Jun 13, 1990.  Wreck stored at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
0845 (MSN 5328, 190th AHC) during takeoff the main rotor blade hit a flag pole and crashed at Hoc Mon, 
SVN Feb 1, 1969. 5 KIA, 4 injured.
0848 (MSN 5331) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0356 Oct 4, 1988
0850 (MSN 5333) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0329 Sep 22, 1988.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC
8/28/2000.
0855 (MSN 5338, UH-1H) w/o May 1989.
0856 (MSN 5339) to Korean Army in 1991.
0858 9MSN 5341) Bell Helicopters report the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired Jul 2, 2002
0859 (MSN 5342) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N310SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army EJC-400. 
0861 (MSN 5344) to El Salvador AF as FAES 202
0863 (MSN 5346) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0506 Sep 29, 1995.
0868 (MSN 5351) destroyed in combat operations Jan 2, 1968.  3 KIA, 3 injured.  The helicopter at VFW Post #4641
at Dickson, Tennessee must be a different aircraft.
0869 (MSN 5352) converted to NUH-1H: Became N226MS.  At one time was with
El Salvador AF as FAES 286
0873 (MSN 5356) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0533 Oct 3, 1995.
0875 (MSN 5358) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0386 Mar 15, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
0877 (MSN 5360) noted Mar 2006 at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
0878 (MSN 5361) to Korean Army in 1991
0882 (MSN 5365) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0470 Sep 22, 1995
0883 (MSN 5366) registered N911GC Mar 30, 1995
0886 (MSN 5369) to Air America as Y-15 Apr , 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  Converted to UH-18.
To South Korean Army as 00886.  Crashed on Youngmun
Mountain Feb 20, 2008.  All 7 onboard killed.
0888 (MSN 5371) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0360 Oct 7, 1988
0896 (MSN 5379) to Air America as Y-16 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  
Converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0395 May 5, 1995.  To Colombian AF
0899 (MSN 5382) to Korean Army in 1991
0902 (MSN 5385) to UH-1V.  At Bradford RAP, PA, Hwy 59 May 2006
0903 (MSN 5386) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N84NW
0904 (MSN 5387) to civil registry as N8154L.  Became N205UD, then
EC-298, then EC-GJA.
0906 (MSN 5389) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N771AR
0909 (MSN 5392) crashed in South Vietnam Nov 30, 1967. 3 KIA, 1 POW
0911 (MSN 5394) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0594 Dec 16, 1996
0912 (MSN 5395) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0599 Jan 24, 1997. Sold to Argentine Army as AE-437 in 1997.
0913 (MSN 5396) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N5517Z
0915 (MSN 5398) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N205UD Jun 1, 1995.  Became
EC-GDM.  Registered Dec 1, 2005 to Fumigacion Aerea Andaluza SA
as CC-CMF.  Crashed during firefighting at San Clemente, Chile Mar 24, 2011. 
1 killed, 1 injured.
0920 (MSN 5403) to civil registry as N66920, registration cancelled
Feb 20, 2008 as "destroyed"
0925 (MSN 5408) registered N140SP Feb 23, 1995 
0929 (MSN 5412) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0489 Sep 26, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
0930 (MSN 5413) converted to UH-1V.  To AMARC as XA0645 May 24, 2000.
0934 (MSN 5417) noted summer 2005 at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK, in July 2010 at
Pioneer Air Museum, Fairbanks, AK.
0935 (MSN 5418) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0413 May 19, 1995
0939 (UH-1H, MSN 5422) to Peru National Police as PNP-328
0944 (MSN 5427) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0431 Jul 24, 1995.  Registered N8054Q Jul 16, 2003.
To Australian registry as VH-UEE Oct 21, 2004.
0945 (MSN 5428) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N356SD Feb 7, 2008, cancelled Jul 17 2009.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army EJC-407.  Bell Helicopters report the data plate as destroyed, serial number retired
Oct 27, 2006
0953 (MSN 5436) withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap,
Muir AAF, PA 5-24-2001.
0954 (MSN 5437) as UH-1H-II PNC-0706 in service with Policia Nacional de Colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013.
0955 (MSN 5438) to El Salvador AF as FAES 282
0957 (MSN 5440) to Korean Army in 1991
0960 (MSN 5443) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0597 Jan 23, 1997
0962 (MSN 5445) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0403 May 15, 1995
0965 (MSN 5448) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0551 Oct 10, 1995
0966 (MSN 5449) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0384 Mar 13, 1995.
0968 (MSN 5451, 116th AHC) crashed due mechanical failure Jan 2, 1969. 6 KIA.
0970 (MSN 5453) now owned by Chapter 243 of Vietnam Veterans of
America #243, Lee's Summit, Missouri.  Trailered to a variety of
events.
0971 (MSN 5454) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0405 May 15, 1995.
0973 (MSN 5456) sold to Colombian Police as PNC-0707
0975 (MSN 5458) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
0979 (MSN 5462) to Korean Army in 1991.
0980 (MSN 5463) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0452 Aug 31, 1995.
0982 (MSN 5465) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0480 Sep 25, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
0983 (MSN 5466) to civil registry as N1217A.  To Spain in 1997 as EC-GSO
0992 (MSN 5575) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N149AC
0993 (MSN 5476, 174th AHC) shot down a heavy machine gun at San Juan Hill, SVN Aug 15, 1969. Crew of 4 and 
11 soldiers killed.
0999 (MSN 5482) registered N344WN Jan 1995
1000 (MSN 5483) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0593 Oct 8, 1996
1001 (MSN 5484) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0338 
1004 (MSN 5487) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
1005 (MSN 5488) to Korean Army in 1991
1007 (MSN 5490) registred N142SP Feb 23, 1995
1009 (MSN 5492) to civil registry as N774AR.  Registration cancelled Mar 10, 2004
as sold in South Africa.  Registered Dec 22, 2006 to user
in South Africa as ZU-ELP
1010 (MSN 5493) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0522 Oct 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
1012 (MSN 5495) transferred to US Navy as 661012.  Assigned to VXE-6 in 1970.  W/o Jan 9, 1975.
1016 (MSN 5499, 174th AHC) crashed after midair collision with Cessna O-2 67-21415 near Quang Ngai City, SVN 
Jun 13, 1968. 4 crew and 3 infantrymen killed.  O-2 also crashed, killing its pilot.
1023 (MSN 5506) registered N2055V Feb 10, 2006
1026 (MSN 5509) Donated to Moody Bible Institute's aviation training program. Registered N6977Z Mar 24, 1995.
Sold to Riverside County Sheriff's Department in 2005. 
1032 (MSN 5515) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
1034 (MSN 5517) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
1036 (MSN 5519) to NASA
1037 (MSN 5520) with 118th AHC in Vietnam 
1038 (MSN 5521) crashed Jun 5, 1989.
1039 (MSN 5522) mounted on post at VFW Post #540 in Dixon, IL
1040 (MSN 5523) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as
XC-BBJ.
1042 (MSN 5525) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0420 Jun 2, 1995.  Allocated civil
registration N83CF July 2001.  Currently registered N24CF.  Reported substantially
damaged at Melrose, NM Nov 13, 2006
1043 (MSN 5526) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARCas XA0324 Sep 22, 1988
1050 (MSN 5533) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0490 Sep 26, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
1052 (MSN 5535) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N312SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army as EJC-408.
1057 (MSN 5540) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was reported Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker
1058 (MSN 5541) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0585 Sep 9, 1996.  As 053 with Uruguayan AF,
delivered Jul 21, 1998.
1062 (MSN 5545) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N854M
1065 (MSN 5548) registred N143SP Feb 23, 1995
1068 (MSN 5551) converted to UH-1H.  w/o Apr 1993
1071 (MSN 5554) on display in May 2014 at the United States Army Heritage Museum, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
1073 (MSN 5556) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0586 Sep 10, 1996
1075 (MSN 5558) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0417 May 22, 1995
1077 (MSN 5560) to Korean Army in 1991.
1078 (MSN 5561) at Vietnam Memorial, Big Spring, Texas
1080 (MSN 5563) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N760HP.  At Nashville IAP, TN Jan 2008
1086 (MSN 5569) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N9218Q
1088 (MSN 5571) to Korean Army in 1991.
1091 (MSN 5574) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0566 Oct 31, 1995
1093 (MSN 5576) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0494 Sep 27, 1995.  Returned to service.  Registered N8053Y Jul 16, 2003.
1096 (MSN 5579) noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
1097 (MSN 5580) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N15UH.
Became EC-GOF.  Believed crashed Aug 4, 2000.
1101 (MSN 5584) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N9289F
1103 (MSN 5586) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N903HE
1104 (MSN 5587) updated to UH-1H, then to V model medevac, then back to UH-1H.  
To civil registry as N3053Q.
1106 (MSN 5589, 195th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Oct 9, 1969. 5 KIA.
1109 (MSN 5592) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0406 May 15, 1995.
1112 (MSN 5595, 135th AHC) hit high tension cables and crashed between Saigon and Bien Hia, SVN Jan 3, 1969. 4 KIA.
1116 (MSN 5599) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0347. Sep 29, 1988
1120 (MSN 5603) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was reported Mar 8, 2005 at Yano Hall, Fort Rucker.
1121 (MSN 5604, UH-1H) to Bosnian-Hertzegovina Federation Army as VF-1806, then A-2615
1125 (MSN 5608) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.   To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N357SD Feb 7, 2008
1127 (MSN 5610) registred N4212Y Mar 1, 1995 (N9110C had previously been reserved,
but was not taken up)  Registration N441FA reserved Mar 6, 2009,
taken up Mar 31, 2009.
1129 (MSN 5612) to Greensburg, Pennsylvania
1130 (MSN 5613) to Vietnam Veterans Assoc. #133, Pontiac, Michigan
1136 (MSN 5619) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0387 Mar 20, 1995. Allocated civilian registration
number of N40707 June 2001.
1139 (MSN 5622) noted Feb 2001 with Charlotte County Mosquito Control at Punta Gorda, Florida.
1141 (MSN 5624) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0478 Sep 25, 1995.
Registration N66NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006
1147 (MSN 5630) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N127FC
1148 (MSN 5631, UH-1H) became N6738B.  Became EC-297, then EC-GIZ.
1156 (MSN 5639) converted to UH-1D.  Registered N82814 Jun 2, 1995.  Now flying in Spain as EC-GDK.
After N82814, had Spanish test registration of EC-948 before becoming EC-GDK.
Registered Jul 8, 2005 to SG Finans AS of Alvalen as SE-JJK.
1159 (MSN 5642, 335th AHC) crashed after midair collision with UH-1D 64-13738 near Bien Hoa, South Vietnam May 1, 1967. 4 KIA.
1161 (MSN 5644) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0500 Sep 28, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
1162 (MSN 5645) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N126AC May 25, 1995
1163 (MSN 5646) to NASA
1165 (MSN 5648) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XS0390 Apr 10, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
1166 (MSN 5649) to RAAF as A2-649 May 9, 1967. Later upgraded to UH-1H. As A2-649 on display at the Flypast Museum of
Australian Army Flying, Oakey, Queensland
1167 (MSN 5650) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica
as XC-BBK
1168 (MSN 5651) at Lexington, NE Transportation Museum
1169 (MSN 5652) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N169KM.
In 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
1170 (MSN 5653) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0410 May 17, 1995.  To Colombia as FAC287 and on display in Mar 2014
in Mjseo Aereo Fenix, Cali, Colombia.
1171 (MSN 5654) to Texas ARNG
1172 (MSN 5655, 176th AC) shot down by AAA at Oscar 8 sector, Laos during a Prairie Fire mission Jan 5, 1968. 5 KIA.
1174 (MSN 5657) on civil registry as N313CF.  Used in filming of the 2002
Mel Gibson film "We Were Soldiers".
1177 (MSN 5660) to Korean Army in 1991.
1181 (MSN 5664) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0501 Sep 28, 1995.  To Chile AF as H-82.
Registered N50518 Sep 8, 2005.  Seen stripped with Northwest
Helicopters, Olympia MAP, WA Jun 2006
1182 (MSN 5665) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0556 Oct 16, 1995.  Registration
N660TB reserved May 9, 2005, taken up Aug 8, 2005
1184 (MSN 5667) to Bosnian-Hertzegovina Federation Army as VF-1807, then A-2626
1186 (MSN 5669, 176th AHC) crashed due tail rotor failure in SVN Dec 13, 1967. 6 KIA, 1 survived.
1194 (MSN 5677) stored Ozark, Alabama
1197 (MSN 5680) noted Feb 2001 with Charlotte County Mosquito Control at Punta Gorda, Florida
1204 (MSN 5687) reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.
1207 (MSN 5690, 128th AHC) crashed due engine failure in SVN Mar 12, 1970. 4 crew and 9 passanger KIA.
1208 (MSN 5691) to Bosnia and Heerzegonina AF as VF-1808 and stored at Rajlivac AB in May 2012.
66-16307 ... 66-17144
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
MSN 8501/9338.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 
16355,16372,16397,16419,16475,16484,16513,16538,16554,16740,16836,
16868,16877,16894,16896,16944,16972,17030,17089,17100 to UH-1V.
16319 (MSN 8513) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0454 Sep 8, 1995.
16321 (MSN 8515) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0520 Oct 2, 1995.
16322 (MSN 8516) noted stored at Arlington, WA May 2, 2005.
16324 (MSN 8518) on civilian roster as N2580V, to Australian civil registry as VH-KTY.  Withdrawn from Australian
civil registry in 2001 and stored
16325 (MSN 8519) mounted in front of city hall of Daleville, Alabama (Dec 22, 2004)
16327 (MSN 8521) w/o Jun 17, 1985 and wreck noted at Lawson AAF, Georgia Dec 1986
16332 (MSN 8526, 71st AHC) shot down by small arms fire in SVN Sep 22, 1969. Both crew killed.
16335 (MSN 8529) converted to *Left Bank* electronic
surveillance aircraft.  registered N4212C Mar 1, 1995.  Registration
N541FA reserved Feb 25, 2009, taken up Mar 31, 2009.
16336 converted to *Left Bank* electronic survellance aircraft.
16341 (MSN 8535) became N46666.  To CC-CLE
16344 (MSN 8538) converted to *Left Bank* electronic surveillance aircraft
16349 (MSN 8543) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Registered XC-LIW
Oct 4, 2005.
16350 (MSN 8544) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0528 Oct 2, 1995.  To Argentine Army for spares 3/9/2001.
16354 (MSN 8548) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0328 Sep 22, 1988
16355 (MSN 8549). Was N4212C; registration N1145Q allocated Jan 14, 2004.
Registration N270DM reserved Mar 9, 2004.
16366 (MSN 8560) to El Salvador AF as FAES 290
16372 (MSN 8566) 
16373 (MSN 8567, 2nd SIG) crashed in heavy fog in SVN Sep 2, 1967.  3 KIA, 3 injured.
16374 (MSN 8568) to City of Susanville, California
16384 (MSN 8578) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0464 Sep 22, 1995.
16387 (MSN 8581) registered N41736 Apr 12, 2004.
16395 (MSN 8589) to El Salvador AF as FAES 206
16401 (MSN 8595) currently N240KC, registration N407KC reserved
Jan 6, 2009, taken up Feb 3, 2009.  Seen Jun 2007
mounted on pole at Grand Ledge, Abrams MAP, MI
16405 (MSN 8599) at American Legion Post #77, Conyers, GA Apr 2007
16407 (MSN 8601) to Korean Army in 1991
16414 (MSN 8608, UH-1H) to AMARC as XA0460 Sep 15, 1995.
16416 (MSN 8610) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0385 Mar 15, 1995.
Registered N616BV May 5, 2006.  N616BV canceled May 13, 2008
on sale to owner in South Africa, registered Jul 15, 2008
to Leading Edge Aviation P/L of Nelsprut as ZS-HGC
16419 (MSN 8613) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N359SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently
supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-406
16426 (MSN 8620) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0385 Mar 15, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
16427 (MSN 8621) to Korean Army in 1991
16428 (MSN 8622) preserved at Don Muang Technical School, Thailand May 2006
16431 (MSN 8626) served in 1968-70 at Long Binh, South Vietnam with 45th Medical Company
16433 (MSN 8627) to El Salvador as FAES 261
16434 (MSN 8628, 45th Med) crashed after takeoff in SVN Oct 6, 1967. 4 KIA.
16437 (MSN 8631) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0538 Oct 3, 1995
16439 (MSN 8633) became N65AD
16441 (MSN 8635) collided in midair with 67-17255 in Vietnam Apr 19, 1968.
16442 (MSN 8636) lost near Thon Ba, Vietnam Feb 2, 1968.  Crew MIA
16444 (MSN 8638) derelict cabin section noted Mar 2006 at Ozark Blackwell
Field, AL
16446 (MSN 8640) supplied to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N315SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently supplied to Colombian
Army as EJC-406.  Registration N315SD cancelled by FAA Feb 20,2009.
16449 (MSN 8643) to Korean Army in 1991
16450 (MSN 8644) leased to RNZAF for peacekeeping duties with UN in the Sinai from Mar 20, 1982 to Apr 1986.
Became N81463, then PNP-110 of Peruvian Police.  Crashed Jun 20, 1992.
16454 (MSN 8648) noted in storage at Pompano Beach Air Park, Florida Mar 2003.
16462 (MSN 8656) in 2011 was at a training site at Ft. Leonard Wood being used for sappeer training.  The
current serial is 66-016462, the 0 before the last 5 dights indicates that it has been upgraded and 
rebuilt since Vietnam.
16463 (MSN 8657) to Korean Army in 1991.
16465 (MSN 8659) w/o after tree strik and hard landing near Din Binh, SVN Apr 12, 1970.  Crew survived.
16466 (MSN 8660) to AMARC as XA0333
16467 (MSN 8661) to Greek Army as ES 822, crashed Mar 18, 2008 near Thessaloniki, killing 3 onboard.
16471 (MSN 8665) to El Salvador as FAES 279
16474 (MSN 8668, 187th AHC) crashed into a river in SVN Oct 11, 1967. 1 KIA
16477 (MSN 8671) HHC 101st AVn Bn, 101st Airborne Div suffered engine failure and crashed at Bastone FSB in 
Vietnam Jun 24, 1968.  3 killed, 3 injured.
16481 (MSN 8675) to El Salvador as FAES 202
16482 (MSN 8676) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0534 Oct 3, 1995.  Went to 
Colombian AF for spares recovery
16489 converted to *Left Bank* electronic survellance aircraft
16491 converted to *Left Bank* electronic survellance aircraft.
16494 (MSN 8688, 227th Avn, B Co) crashed due mechanical failure in SVN Sep 16, 1967. 3 KIA, 1 injured.
16495 (MSN 8689) to GUH-1H
16501 (MSN 8695) to AMARC as XA0584.  Delivered to Uruguayan AF as FAU-054 Jul 21, 1998.
16504 (MSN 8698, 92nd AHC) crashed in SVN Oct 27, 1968. 4 KIA.
16507 (MSN 8701) w/o after hard landing near Din Binh, SVN Jan 1, 1968.  Crew survived.
16520 (MSN 8714) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0588 Sep 23, 1996
16523 (MSN 8717) to Army NG
16524 (MSN 8718, 54th SIG) the tail rotor separated inflight and crashed in 5 mi N of Nha Trang, SVN Oct 31, 1968. 
10 KIA.
16531 (MSN 8725, 283rd Med Det) during maneuvers the main rotor hit the ground and crashed W of Camp Holloway, 
SVN Sep 23, 1968. 3 KIA, 3 injured.
16535 (MSN 8729) to US Navy as 666535
16537 (MSN 8731) to US Department of State as N81499, then to Bolivian AF as FAB 709
16543 in midair collision with 69-15857 near Little Falls, Minnesota Mar 13, 1993
16559 (MSN 8753) supplied to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N361SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently
supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-418.
16564 (MSN 8758, 227th Avn, B Co) crashed in South Vietnam Mar 29, 1968. 4 KIA.
16572 (MSN 8766) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0495 Sep 27, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
16579 (MSN 8773) on display at Helicopter Museum, Weston-Super-Mare, UK
16586 (MSN 8780, 119th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Apr 19, 1970. 3 KIA.
16587 (MSN 8781, 4/4th Avn, A Co) shot down small arms fire in SVN Dec 4, 1967. 5 KIA.
16590 (MSN 8784) to El Salavdor AF as 298l  Crashed at Cero Cacahautique, Limon de Sensembra Nov 27, 2001.
All 9 on board killed.
16591 (MSN 8785) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0571 Jan 16, 1996.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
16592 (MSN 8786, 240th AHC) collidied midair with UH-1D 66-16601 and crashed Jun 25, 1968. The debris also 
brought down 66-16206. 13 killed in this helicopter.
16599 (MSN 8793) to US Navy as 666599.  To El Salvador as FAES 205
16601 (MSN 8795, 240th AHC) collidied midair with UH-1D 66-16592 and crashed Jun 25, 1968. The debris also 
brought down 66-16206.
16606 (MSN 8800) converted to UH-1H.  Registered N205UE Jun 1, 1995.  Became EC-GDO.
Registeed Dec 1, 205 to Fumigacion Aerea Andaluza SA as CC-CME.
16608 (MSN 8802) on display at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
16611 (UH-1H, MSN 8805) to Peruvian National Police as PNP-329
16615 (MSN 8809) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0589 Sep 30, 1996.  To Peruvian National Police as PNP-330
16617 (UH-1H, 123rd Avn, B Co) crashed after midair collision with OH-6A 69-16023 SW of Chu Lai, SVN Oct 20, 1970. 
All 6 onboard killed.
16618 (MSN 8812) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0355 Oct 4, 1988
16619 (MSN 8813) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N318SD Feb 7, 2008.
16620 (MSN 8814) to El Salvador AF as FAES 270.  W/o Apr 12, 1986.
16621 (MSN 8815) now N6132Z based at Kingston, NC with North Carolina Forest Service.
16624 (MSN 8818) to Army Aviation Heritage of Hampton, GA as N624HF in Dec 2002
16629 (MSN 8823, 61st AHC) crashed into trees at An Khe Pass, SVN Jan 1, 1968. All 10 KIA
16643 (MSN 8837) allocated civil registration N911GE, then N911FK.  Registration N9152T
reserved Feb 6, 2006, taken up Apr 21, 2006
16649 (MSN 8843) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N362SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently
supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-418.  Registration N362SD cancelled
by FAA Feb 20, 2009.
16652 (MSN 8846) Instructional airframe at the Texas State Technical College Aviation Maintenance School, 
Abilene in October 2014 
16653 (MSN 8847) active as H-93 with Grupo 9 Fuerza Aera de Chile in 2013.
16654 (MSN 8848) to County of Humboldt, Winnemucca, Nevada
16655 (MSN 8849) to US Navy as 666655
16657 (MSN 8851) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0564 Oct 24, 1995.
Registration N57KA reserved Jul 16, 2004, taken up May 3, 2005
16659 (UH-1H, MSN 8853) to civil registry as N1206P.  To Spain in 1997 as EC-GSP
16664 (MSN 8858, 335th Transportation Company) crashed 1 mi S of DaNang AB Feb 10, 1970 due to
tail rotor failure.  All 12 onboard killed.
16665 (MSN 8859) to VFW Post @1459, Sullivan, Indiana
16674 (MSN 8868) to American Legion Post #239, Overbrook, Kansas 
16678 (MSN 8872) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0600 Feb 3, 1997
16680 (MSN 8874) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0525 Oct 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
16682 (MSN 8876) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0582 Aug 28, 1996
16683 (MSN 8877) seen on display at Illinois State Veteran's Home, Quincy, IL Mar 2007.
16687 (MSN 8881) to Korean Army in 1991.
16690 (MSN 8884) to Venezuelan AF as FAV2230
16691 (MSN 8885) to US Navy as 666691
16694 (MSN 8888) to El Salvador AF as FAES 244.  W/o in 1980
16695 (MSN 8889) to El Salvador AF as FAES 297 
16700 (MSN 8894) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N319SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently
to Colombian Army as EJC-402.
16706 (MSN 8900) to Korean Army in 1991.
16707 (MSN 8901, 158th Avn, C Co) crashed after midair collision with UH-1H 68-15663 in SVN May 6, 1970. 3 KIA.
16729 (MSN 8923) registration N7232Y cancelled by FAA Dec 17, 2008
on sale to owner in Argentina
16734 (MSN 8928) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0444 Aug 24, 1995.
16739 (MSN 8933) to Vietnam AF
16740 (MSN 8934) registration N8102G allocated Jul 28, 2004
16741 (MSN 8935) was N56RF.  Registration cancelled Apr 4, 2006.
16761 (MSN 8955) to Bolivian AF as FAB-743.  W/o Oct 27, 2006. AFM 4/2007.
Pilot claimed to have experienced flight control problem, but subsequent
investigation found no evidence of faults.  AFM 6/2007
16764 (MSN 8958) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N363SD Feb 7, 2008 
16769 (MSN 8963) to NUH-1H.  To American Legion Post #57, Jacksonville, Alabama
16775 (MSN 8969, 229th Avn, C Co) crashed in South Vietnam Jun 19, 1969. 4 KIA. 
16779 (MSN 8973) on display at Pacific Coast Air Museum, CA.
16782 (MSN 8976) noted in Philippines with registration N7042M.  May be destined for Philippine AF.
16784 (MSN 8978, 227th AHB, A Co) shot down by Vietcong and crashed in Quang Tri province, SVN May 9, 1968. 
Both pilot killed, other 2 crew recovered.
16795 (MSN 8989) used to be at Everett McClay VFW club, post 1296 at Fleming Field, St Paul
MN but this club has closed and the helicopter is gone.   The VFW has
moved to another location, along with its helicopter.
16803 (MSN 8997) crashed due mechanical failure at landing in SVN Oct 5, 1967. 4 KIA, 1 injured.
16807 (MSN 9001) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0493 Sep 27, 1995.
Registered N71112 Sep 8, 2005.
16810 (MSN 9004) to N9291K and exported to Honduras in 1996.
16814 (MSN 9008, UH-1V) to AMARC as XA0646 May 25, 2000.
16818 (MSN 9012) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0434 Aug 2, 1995.  
Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
16819 (MSN 9013) to PNC-0167.  At Ozark, Blackwell Field, AL Apr 2007
16821 (MSN 9015) sold to Colombia as PNC-136
16823 (MSN 9017) in Texas State Technical College shop at TSTC Waco
Airport, TX.
16840 (MSN 9034, C Troop, 7/17th Cav) lost power shortly after takeoff from Cam Ranh
Airfield Feb 25, 1972 and struck ground in nose-high attitude, bounced,
struck again in a nose-low attitude, spun around, and burst into flames.
All 5 onboard killed.
16850 (MSN 9044) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0435 Aug 2, 1995.
16854 (MSN 9048) registered N32800 Mar 17, 1995.
16855 (MSN 9049) to Korean Army in 1991.
16859 (MSN 9053) registration N38TV reserved, but NTU.
16866 (MSN 9060) converted to UH-1H XA0462.  To AMARC as XA0462.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
16870 (MSN 9064) sold to Bolivian AF as FAB 705
16871 (MSN 9065, 114th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Jan 8, 1970. 7 KIA
16873 (MSN 9067) on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama Oct 2012.
16875 (MSN 9069, UH-1H) on civil registry as N850M
16877 (MSN 9071) noted Feb 2002 on display at Veterans Memorial Park, Elba, Alabama and officially dedicated
on Memorial Day, May 27, 2002.
16880 (MSN 9074, 116th AHC) shot down with RPG in SVN Jul 8, 1969. 1 KIA, 2 injured.
16882 (MSN 9076) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0421 Jun 5, 1995.
16884 (MSN 9078) to EAF771 (Ethiopian AF?).  Noted at Solitude, South Africa Feb 10, 2002
16891 (MSN 9089) noted Apr 2004 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC
16892,16893 (UH-1H) FMS to South Korea
16894 (MSN 9088) converted to UH-1V.  To AMARC as XA0646 May 24, 2000.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
16896 (MSN 9090) at National Vietnam War Museum, Orlando, FL Feb 2008
16899 (MSN 9093) became N45AD with Lee County Mosquito Control District, Fort Myers, Florida
16902 (MSN 9096) converted to UH-1H.  Was located in 2007 at Wendell H. Ford Regional
Training Center at Greenville, KY.  In 2012 was in storage in Shelbyville, Indiana for eventual
static display.
16903 (MSN 9097) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0477 Sep 25, 1995.
16904 (MSN 9098) registred N3280U Mar 30, 1995.  N3280U crashed and burnt out at Puunene 
Airstrip, Kahoolawe, HI May 22, 2003 following loss of both main and tail rotors.
16906 (MSN 9100) fuselaged noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles
Discovery Center, Elmira, NY.  Registered N367KB Nov 10, 2008
16907 (MSN 9101) on display at Tuscaloosa County Veterans Memorial, Tuscaloosa, Alabama in May 2010.
16908 (MSN 9102) to El Salvador as FAES 299
16909 (MSN 9103) noted Oct 2003 preserved at Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
16912 (MSN 9107) to US Navy as 616912
16917 (MSN 9111, 116th AHC) crashed into the Elephant Valley in bad weather in SVN Oct 22, 1971. 4 KIA, 4 injured.
16920 (MSN 9114) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0491 Sep 27, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
16923 (MSN 9117) on static display at American Legion Post 201, Alpharetta, GA
16932 (MSN 9126) at Fort Worth JRB, TX
16935 (MSN 9129) to American Legion Post #374, Omaha, Nebraska
16949 (UH-1H, MSN 9143).  Registered N86NW May 15, 1995.  To civil registry as N116DR, then N166DR.
Rolled over on takeoff near Shelton, Washington Feb 19, 2015
16959 (MSN 9153) to El Salvador AF as FAES 288
16960 (MSN 9154) noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
16963 (MSN 9157)
16966 (MSN 9160) crashed due tail rotor failure in SVN Jan 10, 1968. 4 KIA.
16968 (MSN 9162) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.
In 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
16970 (MSN 9164) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N323SD Feb 7, 2008.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army as EJC-419.
16971 (MSN 9165) to Jordanian AF as 825.  Derelict cabin section noted Mar 2006
at Ozark Blackwell Field, AL
16973 (MSN 9167) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0412 May 19, 1995.
16975 (MSN 9169) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N352SD Feb 8, 2008
16977 (MSN 9171) to JUH-1H.  Was on pole in front of Bell Helicopter plant at Hurst, TX, but in 2011 was on 
display at Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas, Texas
16978 (MSN 9172) to Hondoras AF as FAH 942.
16980 (MSN 9174) to Korean Army in 1991.
16983 (MSN 9177, 227th Avn, C Co) crashed after midair collision with another UH-1 at Phouc Vinh, SVN 
Nov 12, 1968. 4 KIA.
16985 (MSN 9179, 229th Avn, C Co) crashed in thunderstorm in SVN Jun 11, 1970. 6 KIA.
16986 (MSN 9180) at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, FL
16988 (MSN 9182, UH-1H) to AMARC as XA0439 Aug 15, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
16990 (MSN 9184) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N383SD Feb 8, 2008
16992 (MSN 9186) to Haralson County Veterans Association, Tallapoosa, Georgia
16993 (MSN 9187) to American Legion Post #257, Stoystown, Pennslyvania
16994 (MSN 9188) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N324SD Feb 8, 2008
17000 (MSN 9194, UH-1H) to Thai Army as 7000.  Hit power lines in thick fog and crashed Ban Pai 
Kwang, TH Jan 17, 1996. 4 crew killed.
17004 (MSN 9198) preserved at VFW Post #6826 in Amargosa Valley, Nevada in 2006.
17010 (MSN 9204, 82nd Med Det) crashed after takeoff into the Mekong river at Binh Thuy, SVN Oct 19, 1968. 4 KIA.
17015 (MSN 9209, 498th Med Co) crashed due strong wind and turbulence Dec 31, 1967. 3 crew killed, 1 injured.
17019 (MSN 9213) on display May 1996 at Rochester IAP, New Yorl,  Sep 2011 on display at VFW Post 5092, Lyons,
New York
17020 (MSN 9214) to JUH-1H
17024 (MSN 9218) became N125FC, registration cancelled May 2, 2005 as "scrapped"
17027 (MSN 9221, 50th Med. Det.) crashed 15 mi SE of Dak Sang, SVN Feb 12, 1968. 4 crew KIA.
17031 (MSN 9225) to VFW Post #1584, Adrian, MI
17034 (MSN 9228) became N3487G.  Registration N3487G cancelled Mar 31, 2003, aircraft
sold to new owner in Peru.
17036 (MSN 9230, 174th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Nov 28, 1970. 4 KIA.
17041 (MSN 9235) to El Salvador AF as FAES 283
17044 (MSN 9238) noted during 1994 at Alaska Museum of Transportation and
Industry, Wasilla, AK.  Still there summer 2005.
17048 (UH-1H, MSN 9242) on display at Motts Military Museum, Groveport, OH.
17052 (MSN 9246) at Veterans Avenue Ball Park, Monroeville, AL.
17054 (MSN 9248) on display outside VFW hall at La Crescent, MN.
17068 (MSN 9262) to civil registry as N8154S.  Became EC-299, then EC-GJB.
17070 (MSN 9264) as UH-1H-II PNC-0719 in service with Policia Nacional de Colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013.
17072 (MSN 9266, UH-1H) became N342WN.  At Olympic Flight Museum,
Olympia MAP, WA Jun 2006
17075 (MSN 9269, 176th AHC) shot down in South Vietnam May 5, 1968. 4 KIA.
17080 (MSN 9274) to JUH-1H
17081 (MSN 9275) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N349SD Feb 8, 2008
17082 (MSN 9276) with 13th CAB in Vietnam
17084 (MSN 9278) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0513 Oct 2, 1995. 
17088 (MSN 9282) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC ax XA0567 Oct 31, 1995.  To Colombia.  NOted on display in 2007
at Museo Aeronautico, Montevideo, Colombia as 050
17091 (MSN 9285) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0497 Sep 27, 1995
17097 (MSN 9291) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0497 Sep 27, 1995.  To Argentina
17100 (UH-1H, MSN 9424) registration N1044Q reserved Oct 2002, and taken up Nov 2002.
17101 (MSN 9295) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0383 Mar 13, 1995
17102 (MSN 9296) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N384SD Feb 8, 2008
17104 (MSN 9298) to Bosnian-Hertzegovina Federation Army as VF-1820, then A-2625
17120 (MSN 9314) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0430 Jul 24, 1995.  Registered
N382DB May 26, 2009.
17123 (MSN 9317) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0568 Nov 6, 1995.  In Mar 2005 stored at Falcon
Field, Mesa, Arizona and registered N4869Z Apr 11, 2013.
17132 (MSN 9326, 123rd Avn, A Co) crashed due engine failure in SVN May 13, 1970. 9 KIA, 4 injured.
17138 (MSN 9332) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0595 Dec 19, 1996
17139 (MSN 9333) w/o in crash in Bolivia Jul 12, 1994 while working for the
US State Department
17144 (MSN 9338) noted at Hardwood Weapons Range, Wisconson Aug 2001.
67-14614 ... 67-14623
North American Rockwell OV-10A-10-NH Bronco
MSN 321-22/31 (or 305-22/31)
14614 (MSN 305-22). Noted 2003 at Texas Air Command Museum, 
Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX
14615 (MSN 305A-23) used in Pave Nail laser designator program in 1970.
To US Bureau of Land Management as N93LM in 1992.  To California Department of
Forestry as spare.  On display Nov 2010 in Estrella Warbird Museum, Paso Robles, California.
14618 (MSN 305A-26) to AMARC as HA0007 Feb 27, 1991.  Tailbooms noted in Marsh
Aviation Compound, Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Nov 2002.  Noted
Oct 7, 2004 at Boeing Facility, Mesa, AZ, allegedly to
go to Colombian AF.
14620 crashed on takeoff at Nakhon Phanom, Thailand with 23TASS/504TASG Feb 24, 1972. Pilot OK
14621 to Venezuela as FAV 5021.  US civil registration N4621 reserved Feb 2002.
14622 shot down by ground fire near Quang Tri, AVN May 19, 1972.  With 20TASS/366TFW.
14623 (MSN 305-31) transfered to USMC as 674623.  To MASDC Jul 31, 1992 as 1V0028 and later HA0009.
Noted recently at English Field Air & Space Museum, Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX
Seen in 2009 at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia
67-17145 ... 67-17859
Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
MSN 9343/10057.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
At least 160 to FMS.  2 to Panama, 1 to Peru, 1 to Chile, 20 to Thailand, 6 to Iran, 3 to Argentina,
12 to South Korea, 107 to South Vietnam.
17189,17200,17202,17268,17334,17337,17414,17455,17459,17519,17523,17526,17534,17535,
17547,17599,17645,17661,17701,17783,17802,17810,17813 converted to UH-1V.
17678 to GUH-1H.
17448,17691,17755 to JUH-1H.
17145 (MSN 9343) to VFW Post #5202, Waynesville, North Carolina
17147 registered as N72297 Dec 1996.
17150 (MSN 9348) registered N373WS Feb 4, 2009
17155 (MSN 9353) to AMARC as XA0411 May 19, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
17160 (MSN 9358) to AMARC as XA0432 Jul 25, 1995.  Allocated civilian registration
number of N4069B June 2001.  Later N44XL.
17161 (MSN 9359) with 6-101st Avn crashed due to engine failure during dust storm
after Desert Storm Mar 2, 1991.   Five crew injured.
17162 (MSN 9630) allocated civil registration N461CC July 2001.
17171 (MSN 9369) to AMARC as XA0512 Oct 2, 1995.
Registration N62KA reserved Jul 16, 2004, taken up May 3, 2005
17174 (MSN 9372) with 15th Med Btn 1st Cav Divn shot down Feb 14, 1969 Bin Long Province,
South Vietnam.  Wreck purchased from a northern Arizona scrapyard by Light Hource
Legacy, Peoria, AZ.  Will become "Take Me Home Huey" with art by Palm Springs
artist Steve Maloney.
17175 (MSN 9373, 123rd Avn, B Co) crashed due engine failure in SVN Feb 17, 1970. 11 KIA.
17178/17185 (MSN 9376/9383) to RAAF as A2-376/A2-383. Feb 1968
17178 (MSN 9376) to RAAF as A2-376 Feb 6, 1968. Crashed due to short shaft failure in cloud near Stanthorpe, 
QLD, Australia Jan 11, 1974. 2 of 6 killed.
17179 (MSN 9377) to RAAF as A2-377 Feb 6, 1968. Flew into the ground at Biak, Irian Jaya, Indonesia Jul 29, 1977. 5 onboard injured.
17180 (MSN 9378) to RAAF as A2-378 Feb 6, 1968. Crashed into the Shoalwater Bay, QLD, Australia Oct 30, 1981.
17181 (MSN 9379) to RAAF as A2-379 Feb 6, 1968. Crashed in Vietnam Oct 15, 1969. Wreck destroyed by SAS demolition team.
A2-382 (MSN 9382) crashed 6/70 after battle damage Vietnam.  Front fuselage of A2-382 
noted November 2002 in storage (location not quoted) for RAAF Museum
A2-383 damaged 9/28/1974 Vietnam, written off.
17189 (MSN 9387) to AMARC as XA-423 Jun 5, 1995.
17197 (MSN 9395) to AMARC as XA0523 Oct 2, 1995.
17198 (MSN 9396) went to Bosnia-Hortzegovina AF as VF-1809, then A-2618.  W/o Jun 28, 2012.
17199 (MSN 9397) to AMARC as XA0414 May 19, 1995
17200 (MSN 9398) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N325SD Feb 8, 2008.  
17204 (MSN 9402) registration N193BP cancelled by FAA Feb 16, 2005
as 'parted out'
17208 (MSN 9406) purchased by commercial user for restoration as a
memorial piece.
17217 (MSN 9415) to Colombian National Police as PNC-145
17219 (MSN 9417) on display at VFW Post #9122, Magee, MS, near Veterans building along highway 10 mi from 
Camp Shelby, MS.
17224 (MSN 9422) as UH-1H-II PNC-0704 in service with Policia Nacional de Colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013
17240 (MSN 9438) noted Apr 2015 as stored with Arista Helicopters, Enterprise, Alabama
17246 (MSN 9444, UH-1H) noted at Blackpool Airport, Lancs, UK wearing N911DN and
registered to Yorkshire Helicopters.
17247 (UH-1H, MSN 9445). Was N62615 of Bureau of Narcotic 
Enforcement; registration cancelled Oct 9, 2003 on sale to owner in Chile.
Chilean identity is CC-CBY, issued Oct 10, 2003.
17250 (MSN 9448) seen mounted on post at Boone, IA airport Oct 13, 2003
17251 (MSN 9449) to AMARC as XA0414 May 19, 1995
17252 (MSN 9450) mounted on a post at Boone, IA airport (Oct 13, 2003)
17254 (MSN 9452) hit by ground fire and forcelanded 5 mi from Camp Evans, SVN Mar 13, 1968. 2 KIA, 3 MIA, 5 returned.
17255 (MSN 9453) collided in midair with 66-16441 in Vietnam Apr 19, 1969 
17256 (MSN 9454) to AMARC as XA0565 Oct 30, 1995
17263 (MSN 9461) to AMARC as XA0388 Mar 20, 1995
17266 (MSN 9464) to civil registry as N114AC.  Reported sold to owner
in Mexico Dec 2008
17267 (MSN 9465) noted stored at Know AHP Mar 2002.  To VFW Post #9274, Tonganoxie, Kansas
17272 (MSN 9470) w/o Dec 14, 1986.
17281 (MSN 9479) to City of Burley, Idaho
17282 (MSN 9480) to AMARC as XA0558 Oct 19, 1995.  Registration
N67NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006.
17285 to AMARC as XA0404 May 15, 1995.  To Colombia  in 1997
17288 (MSN 9486) to town of Munster, Indiana
17292 (MSN 9490) leased to Colombian National Police by
US Department of State
17296 (MSN 9494) to AMARC as XA0583 Sep 9, 1996.  To Uruguayan AF as 055
17297 (MSN 9495) was N79KP, registration cancelled Oct 5, 2005 on
sale to owner in Chile.  Registered Oct 26, 2005 to Bosques Arauco SA as CC-CBL
17305 (MSN 9503) owned by Allied museum since Aug 1994, stored at Tempelhof
Airport since 1997, restored 2002.
17307/17312 (MSN 9505/9510) to RAAF as A2-505/A2-510 Feb 1968.
A2-505 (MSN 9505) upgraded to UH-1H.  to PNGDF 8/89 as 0404
A2-506 (MSN 9506) upgraded to UH-1H.  to PNGDF 8/89 as 0401
A2-507 (MSN 9507)
A2-508 (MSN 9508)
A2-509 (MSN 9509) upgraded to UH-1H.  to PNGDF 8/89 as 0402
A2-510 (MSN 9510) upgraded to UH-1H.  to PNGDF 8/89 as 0403
17318 (61st AHC) during troop insertion a sniper hit the pilot, who jerked the flight controls, cause to 
hit a tree and crashed inverted in SVN Sep 17, 1971. The helo crashed into the inserted troop, all 10
KIA. One crew was stuck in the wreckage and was killed.
17321 (MSN 9519) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N366SD Feb 11, 2008
17328 (MSN 9526) to civil registry as N3132B
17332 (MSN 9530) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N326SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army as EJC-416.
17338 (MSN 9536) noted at Knox AHP Mar 2002. to Vietnam Veterans Assoc #828, Barnwell, South Carolina
17339 (MSN 9537) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N367SD Feb 11, 2008
17350 (MSN 9548) to AMARC as XA0474 Sep 25, 1995.  Registered
N7091E Sep 8, 2005.
17354 (335th AHC) crashed into a hill in SVN Mar 21, 1969. 4 KIA.
17355 (MSN 9553) noted on display i 2006 at Volo Antique Auto Museum, Volo, Illinois. 
17359 to El Salvador as FAS 255
17368 (MSN 9556) noted Aug 2010 on display at the Selfridge Military Museum, Michigan.
17371 (UH-1H, 187th AHC) crashed into the jungle near Song Be, SVN Sep 27, 1971. 4 KIA, 1 recovered.
17373 (MSN 9571) noted Mar 2005 as instructional airframe at Fort rucker, Alabama in the ATC Training
Grounds
17374 (MSN 9572) to AMARC as XA0416 May 22, 1995
17381 (MSN 9579) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Since registered XC-LIX Dec 7, 2005.  Later at Pima Air and
Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona 
17388 (MSN 9586) to Colombian National Police as PNC-143.
17399 (129th AHC) hit a land mine on landing and exploded in SVN May 13, 1969. 3 survived, 10 killed.
17406 (MSN 9604) cockpit section on display at Fargo Air Museum, Fargo, ND
17415 (227th AVN, C Co) the tail rotor was shot off by ground fire and crashed W of Camp Evans, SVN Jul 21, 1968. 
All 4 KIA.
17416 (MSN 9614) to city of Rogers, AR
17420 (MSN 9618) to civil registry as N194BP.  For sale by GSA Auctions, El Paso, TX
Sep 10, 2015.
17426 at Pompano Brach Airport, registered as N911DN.  N205LY reserved May 2002.  Noted Apr 2005
at Colney Park, England enroute to Madagascar. 
17427 (MSN 9625) to Thailand as 7427 and w/o Jun 17, 2013. 
17431 (MSN 9629) registration N3013R reserved.  Registration N3013R taken up May 2002.
17442 (MSN 9640) registered to Procuradoria de la Republica as XC-BBL
17444 (MSN 9642) to Vietnam AF
17453 (MSN 9651) noted in fire training compound at Ft Rucker Mar 2002.
17454 (UH-1V) noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP
17456 (MSN 9654) to VVA Chapter #734 at Conroe, TX Oct 2007
17467 registred N3280W Mar 30, 1995
17472 (MSN 9670) as UH-1H-II to Policia Nacional de Colombia as PNC-0734
17487 (MSN 9685) to AMARC as XA0570 Jan 16, 1996.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
17499 crashed in bad weather in SVN Feb 6, 1969. 4 crew and 2 passanger killed.
17500 (MSN 9698) to American Legion Post #30, New Rockford, North Dakota
17503 (MSN 9701) to AMARC as XA0591 Sep 30, 1996
17505 (MSN 9703) 
17514 (MSN 9712) stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002.  to VFW Post #4054, Marcellus, MI
17522 at Hillsborough County Veterans Memorial Park US  301
Sep 2006
17523 (MSN 9721) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N368SD Feb 11, 2008.
17526 (MSN 9724) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N327SD Feb 8, 2008.  
17537 (MSN 9735) became N1187X.  Registration cancelled by FAA
Apr 6, 2009 (backdated to Nov 20, 2006) as "no longer
airworthy (hull only)"
17539 (MSN 9737) to American Legion Post #1019, Kankakee, Illinois
17549 (UH-1H, MSN 9747). Became N2417U Jul 3, 2003
17558 (MSN 9756) as UH-1H-II to Policia Nacional de Colombia as PNC-0715
17562 (MSN 9760) to American Legion Post #423, Orland, IN
17565 (MSN 9763) to AMARC as XA0476 Sep 25, 1995.  Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
17566 (MSN 9764) 
17567 (MSN 9765) to Peruvian AF as FAP-685
17568/17575 (MSN 9766/9773) to RAAF as A2-766/A2-773 Jul 1968.
17568 to RAAF as A2-766 Jul 1968.  Shot down in rescue mission, caught fire and destroyed at Phuoc Tuy, 
Vietnam Apr 17, 1971.  
A2-767 					
A2-768 destroyed 7/3/1970, Vietnam
A2-769 crashed 10/26/1969, Vietnam
A2-770 crashed 11/25/1978, El Alamein, SA
A2-772 crashed 6/11/1973, Rabaul, PNG
17589 (MSN 9787) to city of Hopkinsville, Kentucky
17595 (117th AHC) shot down by ground fire in SVN Oct 3, 1968. 3 KIA, 1 MIA, 1 rescued.
17596 (MSN 9794) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N376SD Feb 11, 2008.  Registration
cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
17597 (158th Avn, C Co) crashed in South Vietnam Sep 20, 1970. 4 KIA.
17599 (MSN 9797) noted Jul 2004 at Air Classics Museum of Aviation, Aurora, Illinois
17604 to Thai AF.  To Cambodian AF in 1973/74.  W/o Jul 21, 1973 at Takeo, Cambodia
17606 (MSN 9804) on display Sep 2013 with Arizona Army National Guard at Camp Navajo, Arizona.
17607 (MSN 9805, 158th Avn, C Co) shot down with an RPG and crashed NW of Khe Sanh, SVN May 17, 1971. 
1 killed, 3 survived, but one of them MIA.
17611 (MSN 9809) to American Legion Post #409, Gowanda, New York
17621 (MSN 9819) crashed Jun 22, 1987.
17637 (MSN 9835) to Colombian National Police as PNC-141
17648 (MSN 9846, 158th Avn, A Co) crashed in South Vietnam Mar 21, 1970. 4 KIA.
17650 (MSN 9848).  Made forced landing in South Vietnam Mar 26, 1970, repaired in theatre.  Retuned to USA
in 1971.  Noted Apr 2005 at Pompano Beach Air Park, FL.
17651 at Military History Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam Mar 2008
17652 (MSN 9850) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N328SD Feb 8, 2008.
17657 (MSN 9855) to Korean Army in 1991.
17658 (MSN 9856) crashed at Fire Base Eagle's Nest in Vietnam May 31, 1969.
Returned to USA and repaired, flew with Ohio Army National Guard,
then sold to Firelands Military Museum in Ohio
17659 (MSN 9857) to AMARC as XA0461 Sep 18, 1995.  Registered 
N7102S Sep 8, 2005.  Registered N832DH Aug 28, 2013
17661 at San Joaquin Helicopters, Delano MAP, CA
17669 (MSN 9867) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N378SD Feb 11, 2008.
17672 (MSN 9870) to Korean Army in 1991.
17684 (MSN 9882) to AMARC as XA0598 Jan 23, 1997
17695 (MSN 9893) to Bolivia as FAB 8695.  Transferred from Brazilian AF to Policia Civil do Brazil, Rio de
Janeiro in 2013.
17703 (MSN 9901) to AMARC as XA0557 Oct 17, 1995.  Registered N630V Jan 10, 2005.
17706 (MSN 9904, 25th Avn, A Co) hit two wires and crashed in SVN Apr 17, 1970. 10 KIA, 1 injured.
17707 (MSN 9905) to AMARC as XA0436 Aug 3, 1995
17711 wreck for sale by GSA Auctions at Ocean Spring, MS Aug 18, 2014.
17725 (MSN 9923) to civil registry as N141KC
17728 (MSN 9926) to VT ARNG 
17733 (MSN 9931) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.  Noted Mar 2006
stored at Panama City AP, FL
17734 (MSN 9932, 17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, B Troop) crashed during a gun run in SVN Jun 18, 1970. 7 KIA, 3 injured.
17739 (MSN 9937) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
17746 (MSN 9944, 229th Avn, B Co) shot down in South Vietnam Dec 4, 1968. 2 KIA, 2 rescued.
17755 at Ft. Rucker, Alabama.
17757 (MSN 9955) to AMARC as XA0433 Jul 31, 1995.
17760 (MSN 9958, 92nd Avn) shot down in SVN May 25, 1971. 2 crew killed, 1 crew escaped.
17761 (MSN 9959) to Vietnam AF
17762 (MSN 9960) became N17UH, then EC-GOG
17765 (MSN 9963, 498th Med Co) hit a tree during landing and crashed in SVN Oct 26, 1970. 4 KIA, 1 rescued.
17768 (MSN 9966, 5th Cav, 3rd Sqn, D Troop) shot down by ground fire in SVN Feb 11, 1971. 2 KIA, 9 rescued.
17772 (MSN 9970) to AMARC as XA0426 Jun 21, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
17775 (MSN 9973) to Philippine AF as 17775.
17783 (MSN 9981) to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N330SD Feb 8, 2008.  Registration N330SD
cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
17795 (MSN 9993) to AMARC as XA0535 Oct 3, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
17798 (MSN 9996) on display at American Legion Post 362/VFW Post @05, East Aurora, New York in May 2009.
17800 (MSN 9998, 57th AHC) crashed in bad weather in SVN Jul 27, 1969. 4 KIA.
17801 (MSN 9999, 8th Cav, F Troop) shot down by AAA during "Bat 21" rescue attempt 6 mi of Dong Ha, SVN 
Apr 2, 1972. 3 KIA, 1 POW.
17802 (MSN 10000) stored Fort Belvoir
17809 (MSN 10007, 2nd BDE) crashed in South Vietnam Jun 3, 1969. 6 KIA.
17811 (MSN 10009) noted April 2010 as 027 on display at Air Defence and Air Force Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam.
17813 (MSN 10011) to American Legion Post #940, West Brownsville, Pennsylvania
17814 (MSN 10012) sold to El Salvator as 249.  Preserved in museum.
17818 (MSN 10016, 227th Avn, B Co) crashed after midair collision with UH-1H 67-19529 in SVN May 4, 1969. 4 KIA.
17828 (Philippine AF) crashed July 16, 1997
17832 to Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
17842 to civil registry as N242KC
17846 (MSN 10044) to AMARC as XA0486 Sep 26, 1995
17849 (MSN 10047) To AMARC as XA0487 Sep 26, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
17858 (MSN 10056, 610th TC) crashed into the ocean in heavy rain near SVN Sep 26, 1970. 4 KIA, 2 rescued.
17859 (MSN 10057) to Freedom Museum USA, Pampa, Texas
68-15214 ... 68-15794
Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
MSN 10144/10708, 17001/17016.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
15214,15227,15354,15431,15444,15461,15492,
15526,15529,15532,15543,15592/15594,15622,
15678,15688,15743,15762 converted to UH-1V.
15239,15248,15480 converted to JUH-1H
15561, 15638,16061,16145 leased to Colombian
National Police by US Department of State.
Over 200 to FMS (1 to Argentina, 1 to Australia,
1 to Cambodia, 1 to Chile, 3 to Colombia, 2 to Iran, 3 to Philippines, 163 to South Vietnam,
35 to Thailand, 9 to Greece, 7 to South Korea).
15219 (MSN 10149) to Australia as A2-149 Jan 1969.  On display at Museum of Australian Army Flying, Oakey,
Queensland in May 2014.
15222 (MSN 10152) to AMARC as XA0492 Sep 27, 1995.  With Turkish Army as instructional airframe at Gaziemir in Jul 2004.
15226 (MSN 10156) to AMARC as XA0401 May 8, 1995
15232 (MSN 10162) in service with Greek AF as ES605
15237 (176th AHC) crashed into the ocean due mechanical failure near Chu Lai, SVN Oct 18, 1971. 3 KIA, 1 rescued.
15244 (135th AHC) crashed due mechanical failure in SVN Mar 28, 1970. 1 KIA, 1 injured.
15246 converted to EH-1H *Left Bank* electronic survellance aircraft.  (11th GSAC) shot down with RPG in SVN Nov 29, 1969. 4 KIA.
15249 (326th Med Det) crashed into water in bad visibility conditions 8 mi S of Phu Bai, SVN Oct 2, 1970. 3 killed, 2 rescued.
15251 (227th Avn, A Co) hit by two grenade laucher shell and crashed in SVN Feb 18, 1970. 5 KIA.
15253 (MSN 10183) to AMARC as XA0541 Oct 4, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
15255 shot down during extraction mission in A Shau Valley, SVN Feb 18, 1971.  Crew KIA.
15262 shot down near Ph Kham Dorang, Cambodia Mar 24, 1970.  All aboard KIA.
The aircraft commander was awarded the Medal of Honor.
15275 at VFW Post #423, Ann Arbor, MI in 2008.
15283 at Lineville, AL in 2008.
15285 (MSN 10215) on display at War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, New Mexico Jun 2013.
15286 (229th Avn, B Co) suffered engine failure and crashlanded, caught fire and burned at Tonle Cham, SVN Feb 16, 1969. 1 KIA, 3
15287 (MSN 10217) noted Feb 2005 at Arkansas Air Museum, Fayetteville, AR.
15295 reportedly went to SVAF, then Jordanian AF, then given to Iraqi AF as
YI-203.  But MSN is quoted as 11583, which does not seem to fit.
15307 (MSN 10237) to civil registry as N9287W Aug 199.  Cancelled on export to Philippines Aug 4, 1998.
To Philippines civil registry as RP-R8866.  W/o on Mt Mabituan San Rafael, Bulacan Dec 1999.  
15312 on static display at Fort Irwin, CA, painted in OPFOR camouflage paint scheme.
15320 (MSN 10250) to Royal Thai Army as 5320.  Damaged in bad weather landing Oct 20, 2003.
15322 (MSN 10252) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To civil registry as
XC-LIY Oct 4, 2005.
15331 with Northwest Helicopters, Olympia MAP, WA
15336 (MSN 10266) to VVA Chapter #210, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
15337 seen in storage Nov 2013 at Blackwell Field, Ozark, Alabama.  N100PW for sale by GSA Auctions at Dept of Homeland 
Security, El Paso, TX, Jul 23, 2014 
15362 (MSN 10292) noted at Nassau Tech, Farmingdale May 2001.  Has moved from Nassau Tech; 
in July 2003 was noted at the L. A. Wilson Technical School, also at Farmingdale, NY
15365 to XV-GCU
15369 (MSN 10299) preserved at Belle Plaine, MN
15382 noted in fire training compound at Fort Drum, NY, May 21, 2001.
15383 crashed in Lake Ilopango, El Salvador Feb 25, 1991.
15390 (MSN 10320) to civil registry as N375AV.  Current as ZK-HSX with Lakeland Helicopters (1989) Ltd, Rotorua, New Zealand.  
15400 (MSN 10330) to AMARC as XA0545 Oct 6, 1995.
15402 (MSN 10332) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N332SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently to 
Colombian AF as FAC-4503
15403 (174th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Feb 25, 1971.
15418 in service with Greek AF as ES610
15430 (UH-1H) to Thai AF.  Crashed into a reservoir Nov 2, 1995.
15431 (MSN 10361) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N379SD Feb 11, 2008.  Subsequently to Colombian
Army as EJC-403
15433 (MSN 10363) sold to Jordan
15434 (MSN 10364) to AMARC as XA0389 Apr 4, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006. to N4496B Jan 29, 2011 and as Upgraded UH-1H-II Huey II
N49496B cancelled on transfer to Lebanese AF in Dec 19, 2012.
15438 (4 CMD AVN BN) crashed 3 mi S oF Turkey Creek Ranch, Colorado Oct 8, 1992.
15444 (MSN 10374) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N333SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently Colombian
Army as EJC-409
15450 (MSN 10380) registration N302DT reserved Mar 6, 2008, taken up
Jan 12, 2009
15451 noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
15458 to civil registry as N658HA
15461 (MSN 10391) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N380SD Feb 11, 2008.  Subsequently to
Colombian Army as EJC-420
15462 (25th Avn, B Co) crashed in South Vietnam Jan 31, 1970. 4 KIA
15463 (MSN 10393) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N334SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently supplied
to Pakistan military.
15472 (MSN 10402) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  To US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N381SD Feb 8, 2008.  Subsequently to Colombian
Army as EJC-410
15474 became N3276B, N474TH reserved Mar 21, 2005, taken up Mar 28, 2006.
15481 noted May 2009 on display at Gowen Field ANG Base, Boise, Idaho.
15482 (MSN 10412) to Bosnia and Herzegonina AF as VF-1821 and stored at Rajlovac AB in May 2012.
15490 (MSN 10420) with 118th AHC in Vietnam
15491  (101st Avn, A Co) shot down by ground fire near Hue, SVN May 16, 1971. 4 KIA.
15493 noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Enterprise MAP.
15502 to Thai AF as B.H6-13/12.  Lost Jul 18, 1990.
15510 (MSN 10440) to South Vietnam AF and taken over by Vietnam People's AF as 541.
Now displayed outside Miss Saigon Restaurant, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
15526 (MSN 10456) to American Legion Post #957, New Berlin, Pennsylvania
15529 (MSN 10459) noted on display at Military Honor Park and Museum, South Bend, Indiana Mar 2008.
15532 (MSN 10462) spent 10 years just off Vermont Route 11 at Army Reserve Center west of Chester, Vermont.  Recently
moved to American Legion Post 67 on Route 103 in Chester, Vermont.
15533 (MSN 10463) to City of Neosho, MO
15543 (MSN 10473) on display at VFW Post #139, Milford, Pennslyvania
15554 to civil registry as N16UH, then EC-GOH, then CC-CNH.
15562 on display at Hillsborough County Veterans Memorial Park, US 301 Tampa, Florida Jun 2006
15564 (187th AHC) during low level pass crashed into the Van Co Dung river near Ban Keo, SVN Nov 24, 1969. 3 KIA, 3 injured.
15566 (MSN 10496) supplied to Mexico in 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA aand
registered N302DT Mar 2008.  Registration N104SD reserved Mar 7, 2008,
taken up Apr 11, 2008.
15574 (MSN 10504) to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1822, then A-2627
15576 (MSN 10506) Defected from Vietnam to China on September 30, 1981 and on display as 95690 at the 
China Aviation Museum, Xiaotangshanzen, Beijing in August 2015. 
15578 (MSN 10508) as UH-1H-II PNC-0722 in service with Policia Nacional de colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013.
15584 (MSN 10514) noted during March 2003 in storage at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility 
at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX 
15585 crashed in South Vietnam Jun 6, 1969. 3 KIA.
15588 noted Mar 8, 2005 in storate at Enterprise MAP.
15590 w/o at Fort Greeley, AK Mar 11, 1989.
15592 (MSN 10522) to supplied to Mexico 1996/7 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to 
US State Department (International Narcotics and Law Enforcement) 
as N364SD Feb 8, 2008.  Since supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-421 
15595 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
15622 (MSN 10552) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to 
US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N395SD Feb 11, 2008 
15623 (MSN 10553) donated its boom to 65-9435, presumably remainder scrapped.
15624 (MSN 10554) to Korean Army in 1991.
15628 (158th Avn, B Co) shot down with RPG in SVN May 23, 1970. 6 KIA
15635 (MSN 10565) to AMARC as XA-503 Sep 28, 1995
15640 (216 MED, CA ANG) crashed into mountain near Comayagua, Honduras May 13, 1991.
15644 flew into ground at Prescott, AR Sep 28, 1973.
15648 (229th Avn, C Co) collidied midair with UH-1H 68-16123 and crashed in SVN Sep 26, 1970. 4 KIA.
15649 suffered engine failure during landing in South Korea and rolled
over May 14, 1991.  4 injured, 4 OK
15650 (MSN 10580) noted with University of Hawaii Airport Training Center, Honolulu, Hawaii in Aug 2011.
15652 (MSN 10582) noted Oct 2003 at Veterans' Memorial, Emporia, KS
15654 (9th Cav, 1st Sqn, B Troop) crashed in South Vietnam Sep 1, 1970. 4 KIA.
15656 (MSN 10586) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998. Returned to USA and to 
US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N336SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colombian
Army as EJC-412
15665 registred N4085L Feb 6, 1995
15667 (MSN 10597) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
registered N358SD Feb 8, 2008.  Since supplied to Colombian
Army as EJC-413
15671 (101st Avn, C Co) shot down by ground fire at Quang Nam Province, SVN Jul 18, 1971. 1 KIA, rest rescued.
15672 with 118th AHC in Vietnam
15678 to Bosnia-Hertegovina AF as VF-1810 then A-2619
15722 (MSN 10652) to AMARC as XA0443 Aug 21, 1995
15727 noted Oct 13, 2004 preserved at Fort Hood AAF, TX
15731 to N60986.  tgo VH-UUH Nov 22, 1999.  Now flying in Australia as VH-UHH
15733 (MSN 10663) to AMARC as XA0405 Sep 25, 1995
15737 (MSN 10667) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
Enforcement) as N335SD Feb 8, 2008.  Registration N335SD cancelled
by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
15743 (MSN 10673) noted Nov 2008 as instructiona airframe with Aviation Maintenance Technology Department of
Texas State Tech College, Harlingen, Texas.
15747 (MSN 10677) to AMARC as XA0482 Sep 25, 1995.  To Jordan in 1997
15759 (176th AHC) shot down by ground fire in Laos Mar 22, 1971. 4 KIA
15769 (MSN 10690) seen at Fairbanks airport, Alaska in 2014, missing many parts.
15773 (MSN 10703) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
Enforcement) as N365SD Feb 8, 2008
15785 (MSN 17007 ??) noted stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002.
15787 (MSN 17009) reported Feb 2008 parked at Thai AF Security Force
Training Center near Don Muang AP, looking long disused.
68-16050 ... 68-16628
Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
MSN 10709/11287.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
Many to FMS (1 to Australia, 3 to Cambodia,3 to Chile, 1 to Iran, 2 to Ethiopia, 3 to
Philippines, 6 to South Korea, 154 to South Vietnam, 32 to Thailand, 2 to Guatemala)
16131,15638,16165,16174,16229,16235,16252,
16263,16301,16321,16349,16355,16415,16421,
16446,16507,16519,16553,16575,16614,16623,
16627 converted to UH-1V.
16134,16402 converted to GUH-1H
16156,16228 to JUH-1H.
16054 (MSN 10713) suppled to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounde Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
Enforcement) as N351SD Feb 8, 2008.  Since supplied to Pakistan
military.
16057 (192nd AHC) crashed in SVN Nov 4, 1969. 6 KIA, 1 rescued.
16068 to Thai AF.  Lost Aug 14, 1990
16069 to Thai Army.  Crashed Feb 18, 1991
16078 (MSN 10737) noted stored at Know AHP Mar 2002
16083 (MSN 10742) registered N4085Z Feb 6, 1995.  Registration cancelled Mar 8, 2004
as 'destroyed'.
16084 (MSN 10743) on display at Nevada Army National Guard, Stead.
16087 (UH-1H: MSN 10746). Became N853M, which registration was cancelled by FAA 
Jul 16, 2003 as 'written off at Fort Myers, FL 1/20/00'
16092 (MSN 10751) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and
to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
Enforcement) as N385SD Feb 11, 2008
16097 (MSN 10756) to town of Sanford Andalusia, AL
16104 (MSN 10763) to storage in 1995.  To Army Aviation Heritage Foundation in
1998 as N104HF.  Noted with boom from 68-15324 during March 2003 in storage 
at the AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
16105/16112 (MSNs 10764/10771) to Royal Thai Police Air Wing as 1701/1708.
1706 w/o Jan 1995
1708 w/o Oct 17, 1972.
16114 (MSN 10773) on display at Camp Blanding Museum and Memorial Park, Starke, Florida
16116 (MSN 10775) supplied to Mexico under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and 
to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
Enforcement) as N396SD Feb 11, 2008.  Subsequently to Colombian Army
as EJC-414 
16118 (MSN 10777) to AMARC as XA0415 May 19, 1995.  Registration N681ML reserved Jul 21, 2005
16123 (229th Avn, C Co) collided midair with UH-1H 68-15648 and pres. crashed in SVN Sep 26, 1970.
16131 (MSN 10790) supplied to Mexico 1996/97 under Excess Defense Articles
Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Later returned to USA.
While operating with Pakistan Ministry of the Interior crashlanded
on hilltop near Bani while enroute to Chaklala AB-Quetta.  All 6
onboard suffered minor injuries.
16134 (MSN 10793) to Lousiana Museum of Military History, Lafayette, Louisiana
16135 (UH-1H: MSN 10794) to AMARC as XA0458 Sep 15, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery.
16138 (UH-1V, MSN 10797) at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL.  This helicopter has also been reported as being 66-16138
16144 (MSN 10803) was N16144, registration cancelled Oct 5 2006 on sale
to owner in Argentina.
16151 (UH-1H, MSN 10810). Registration N45401 reserved Jan 29, 2004,
taken up Jul 28, 2004.  Registration N45401 cancelled Aug 12, 2005 on
sale to owner in Chile.  Registered Aug 25, 2005 to Bosques Arauco SA as CC-CBW.  Crashed into
mountain while carrying firefighters near Chanco, Chile Feb 15, 2009.  Pilot and 12 firefighters killed.
16152 (MSN 10811) as UH-1H-II PNC-0733 in service with Policia Nacional de Colombia at Guaymaral Jul 2013.
16166 (MSN 10825) to Thailand as H6-14/12. Crashed at Sena Narong Camp, Thailand Mar 30, 1972. 1 killed, 5 injured.
16174 (MSN 10833) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and 
to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law Enforcement) as N386SD Feb 11, 2008
16179 to AMARC Aug 29, 2013.  to Texas Panhandle War Memorial, Randall County, Texas for static display Nov 21, 2015.
16187 (MSN 10846) became N40854, registration cancelled Mar 25, 2004 as 'destroyed'
16189 (MSN 10848) Service in 1972-1974 with the 120th Aviation Battalion, Fort Richardson, Alaska as VIP aircraft. On display in 
October 2006 at the Texas Military Forces Museum, Camp Mabry, Texas. 
16197 (MSN 10856) registration N10432 reserved Oct 2002, taken up Nov 2002.  A conflict here,
as was seen Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, 
Fort Rucker, AL
16199 (17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, B Troop) shot down by ground fire Apr 23, 1971. 2 KIA.
16203 (170th AHC) hit by ground fire at approach to LZ and crashed in SVN Apr 15, 1970. 2 KIA, 1 MIA, 1 POW, 2 rescued.
16205 (116th AHC) crashed in Cambodia May 14, 1970. 4 KIA.
16208 (MSN 10867) to Cambodian AF, to Thai AF
16215 (MSN 10874) noted Jul 2004 at Air Classics Museum of Aviation, Aurora, IL
16216 (MSN 10875) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002
16224 (MSN 10883) to Argentine Army as AE-435.  Destroyed Mar 26, 2002 when hangar at Curuzu Cuatia City
was flattened by a tornado
16229 (MSN 10888) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and 
to US State Department (International Narcotics and Law 
Enforcement) as N341SD Feb 8, 2008.
16235 (MSN 10894) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N387SD Feb 11, 2008.  Later to Colombian
Army as EJC-415 
16251 (MSN 10910) became N5517L.  Registration cancelled Aug 9, 2005 on sale to
owner in Brazil.  Registration N5517L restored Sep 23, 2005, so
sale to owner in Brazil must have fallen through.  Registration N5517L
cancelled by FAA Oct 1, 2007 on sale to owner in Mexico.  To XB-KMO
16252 (MSN 10911) w/o Oct 20, 1984
16254 (101st Avn, A Co) crashed in midair collision in night with AH-1G 67-15620 in SVN May 4, 1970. 5 crew killed
16256 (MSN 10915) at Grissom AFB Museum, Peru, IN
16257 (MSN 10916) with 240 AHC in Vietnam
16264 (MSN 10923) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N342SD Feb 8, 2008.  Since supplied to
Pakistan military.
16265 (MSN 10924) noted Jul 2004 at Air Classics Museum of Aviation, Aurora, IL
16266 (MSN 10925) to Thai AF as H6-18/12. Crashed on takeoff from Doi Inthanont mountain, Thailand May 29, 1971. 7 killed, 4 survived.
16269 (MSN 10928) to Thai AF as H6-21/12. Crashed Mar 4, 1970
16271 (MSN 10930) to AMARC as XA0546 Oct 6, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006.
16274 (MSN 10933) to civil registry as N724NC in 1996
16280 (MSN 10939) to Peruvian National Police as PNP-331
16281 (MSN 10940) to Colombian National Police as PNC-159
16295 (MSN 10954) converted to UH-1SH Super Huey, to BH212 standards with T53-I-703 Cobra engine.  Used by US
Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine as N7247C
16296 (MSN 10955) w/o Jun 1998.  Wreck noted June 1999 at Coleman Barracks, Germany but since disappeared.
16305 (MSN 10964) to AMARC as XA0475 Sep 25, 1995.
16307 (MSN 10967) mounted on a pole at Vietnam War Memorial I-70 exit Fruita (near Grand
Junction), CO.
16326 (MSN 10985) to Argentine Army as AE-436.  Damaged Mar 26, 2002 when hangar at Curuzu Cuatia City
was flattened by a tornado.  Believed repairable.
16329 (MSN 10988) at Lexington, NE Transportation Museum
16330 (37th Signal Bn, 1st Signal BDE) crashed 4 mi of Quang Tri, SVN Apr 3, 1972. All 4 KIA.
16339 (MSN 10998) registered N58RF.  Substantially damaged Mar 2, 1985 near Moses Point, AK. 
Approximately 15 miles SE of Moses Point the helicopter encountered deteriorating weather. 
A descent was made to 50 ft above the ice at an airspeed of about 50 kts. At this time a 
white out condition was encountered and a right turn was initiated. The right skid contacted 
the ice and the helicopter rolled over
16340 on display with Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
16342 (937th Eng) crashed in South Vietnam May 12, 1970.
16349 (UH-1V, MSN 11008) on dispay at VFW Post #5850 at Eufala, Alabama.
16361 (MSN 11020) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N388SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colombian Army as EJC-404.  W/o Jul 9, 2005. 
16370 (MSN 11029) to Royal Thai AF as B.H.6-23.  crashed Aug 6, 2008.
16371 (MSN 11030) to Thai AF as H6-24/12. Shot down in mountains at Amphoe Muang, Thailand Apr 11, 1970. 3 killed, 5 injured.
16372 (MSN 11031) to Royal Thai Air Force as 20346
16375 (158th Avn, C Co) shot down by ground fire in SVN May 18, 1970. 5 KIA, 1 rescued.
16376 (MSN 11035) in storage at Kingston Regional APT.  Registered N375ZZ Mar 11, 2009.
Reported to be displayed in museum at Mineral Wells, TX.
16378 (MSN 11037) to Thai AF.  Crashed in Yala Province Aug 6, 2008
16384 (MSN 11043) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and 
supplied to Colombian Army as EJC-422
16386 (MSN 11045) with 240 AHC in Vietnam
16387 (11th ACR) crashed in Vietnam Apr 12, 1970. 4 crew KIA.
16400 (MSN 11059) to Vietnam AF
16402 (MSN 11061) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker.
16404 (MSN 11063) at Ft. Rucker, AL.
16406 (MSN 11065) to AMARC as XA0391 Apr 17, 1995
16415 (MSN 11074) to civil registry as N91133 Dec 2001.
16417 (MSN 11076) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N382SD Feb 8, 2008
16421 (MSN 11080) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N389SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colombian
Army as EJC-423 
16425 (MSN 11084) on static display
16429 (1st Cav, 15 Med Co) crashed due mechanical failure in SVN Apr 25, 1970. All three crew seriusly injured, later died.
16441 (MSN 11100) lost in Vietnam Feb 5, 1970.
16446 (MSN 11105) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Served with Fuerza Aerea Panamaena as SAN-128.  Registered as XC-LIZ
Oct 4, 2005.
16451 (MSN 11110) to Australia as A2-110 Dec 1969
16459 (MSN 11118) to Korean Army in 1991.
16487 (MSN 11146) crshed in Alabama Oct 2, 1987. 
16491 to Lebanese army.  Crashed on mountain top in Bekaa valley, Lebanon
May 12, 2006 following technical failure.  All four onboard killed.
16492 (MSN 11151, 101st Avn, B Co) shot down in Laos Mar 20, 1971. Crew rescued.
16503 (MSN 11162) became N165UA.  Noted Jun 1997 at University Aviation College, Anchorage, AK.
16504 (MSN 11163) to American Legion Post #313, Fairmount, IN
16505 (MSN 11164)stored at Coleman Barracks, Germany Oct 2003
16506 (MSN 11165) stored at Coleman Barracks, Germany Oct 2003
16507 (MSN 11166) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to 
Columbian AF as FAC-4508.  W/o Aug 12, 2002 in heavy landing at Melgar after
engine failure at 50 feet.  Must have been repaired since it
went to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N390SD Feb 8, 2008.  Back to Colombian AF as
FAC-4508.
16510 (MSN 11169) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N343SD Feb 8, 2008.  Later to Colomiban
Army as EJC-405. 
16513 (MSN 11172) seen at Fairbanks airport, Alaska missing rear fuselage.
16515/16516 (MSN 11174/11175) to Royal Thai Police Air Wing as 1710/1711. 
16515 (MSN 11174) as Royal Thai Police 1710 noted stored at Ram Inthra heliport Mar 2013. 
16516 (1711) w/o sometime after Oct 1995.
16519 (MSN 11178) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  
Returned to USA and registered N344SD Feb 8, 2008 with Department of State Air Wing
16520 (MSN 11179) lost in Xekong province, Laos Aug 10, 1970 due to engine failure.  Crew chief
KIA, 3 crewmembers and passengers rescued.
16526 (MSN 11185) with US Border Patrol as N72469.
16528 (MSN 11187, 120th CAC) crashed at thunderstorm in SVN May 31, 1970. 10 KIA.
16531 (MSN 11190) to AMARC as XA0498 Sep 28, 1995
16536 (MSN 11195) to Philippine AF.  Seen at VFW Post #8562, Eagle Pass, TX Jan 2008
16550 (101st Avn, A Co) on the ground in the LZ hit by an RPG in SVN Jul 20, 1970, abandoned, later destroyed by 
friendly forces. 1 KIA, 2 injured.
16554 (17th Cav, 2nd Sqn, B Troop) crashed into trees at night in SVN Feb 15, 1971. 7 KIA.
16563 (MSN 11222) registration N30111 taken up May 2002)
16568 (MSN 11227) to N62619 with California Department of Justice, seen in 2014.
16575 (MSN 11234) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N391SD Feb 11, 2008
16579 (MSN 11238) to Bolivia as FAB 8696.
16594 (MSN 11253) to Greenup County War Memorial, Flatwoods, Kentucky
16598 (MSN 11257) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N347SD Feb 8, 2008
16608 (MSN 11267) became N166UA.  Noted Jun 1997 at University Aviation College, Anchorage, AK.
Noted Mar 2006 at Armed Forces Museum, Camp Shelby, MS
16609 (MSN 11268) at Williamson, GA Sep 2007
16610 (MSN 11269) at VFW Post #5532, Washington, OH Dec 2007.
16614 (UH-1V, MSN 11273) on display at NAS-JRB Willow Grove, PA
16622 (MSN 11281) to civil registry as N662MC
16623 (MSN 11282) on display at Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond,VA
16626 (MSN 11285) supplied to Mexico in 1996/97 under Excess Defense
Articles Program but grounded Mar 1998.  Returned to USA and to US State Department (International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement) as N393SD Feb 11, 2008.  Registration N393SD cancelled
by FAA Feb 20, 2009 as "destroyed"
16627 (MSN 11286) to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1811 then A-2620.
78-0141 ... 78-0145
General Dynamics F-16A Block 10 Fighting Falcon 
MSN 6H-26/30.  Built by SABCA for Belgium  (FA-26/FA-30)
0141 (FA-26) to Weelde storage Aug 1994.  Left storage to Rocourt Barracks
Jan 11, 2005 to be stripped of useful parts.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 as 
having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks.  Forward fuselage
preserved and on display at Museum fur Luftfahrt und Technik, Wernigeerode, Germany
0142 (MSN 6H-27) reported Mar 2005 in storage at Weelde.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 
as having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
0143 (FA-28) to Weelde storage.  Left storge to Rocourt Barracks Nov 23, 2004
to be stripped of useful parts.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 as having 
been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
0144 (FA-29, 350th Sqn) crashed after engine flame-out in Soumoy, Belgium Oct 22, 1981.
0145 (FA-30) to Weelde storage.  Left storage to Rocourt Barracks Jan 13, 2005
to be stripped of useful parts.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 as having 
been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
87-1653 ... 87-1656
General Dynamics F-16C Block 32F Fighting Falcon 
MSN 5A-23/5A-26.  For South Korea as RoKAF serials 87-653/56 under Peace Bridge I.
1655 (19th FW) crashed into mountain at night Apr 8, 1993. Pilot killed.

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