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Description Criteria: B-10
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
29-27 ... 29-27
Keystone LB-10
27 DELIVERED 7/16/29, to Wright Field as P563. Was in 96 BS service when ditched off Pan
American Field, Miami FL and w/o Nov 12, 1929
30-281 ... 30-343
Keystone B-3A
Ordered as LB-10A, redesignated B-3A.  317/343 completed as B-5A.
281 comverted to Y1B-4.  W/o Feb 28, 1934 at Palmdale, CA
283 (28th Bomb Sqn) crashed after engine failure near Clark
Field, Philippines Sep 7, 1933.
284 (28th Bomb Sqn) crashed after engine failure S of Buluan,
Mindanao Jan 3, 1935
285 w/o Ajug 9, 1934 at Delmonte, Philippines
286 (28th Bomb Sqn) force landed after engine failure Maricaben,
6 mi NNW of Manila Jan 15, 1932.  Plane nosed over in deep
mud and two crew in front cockpit suffocated.  3 enlisted
crew survived.
287 w/o Sep 9, 1935 at Clark Field, Philippines
289 (25th Bomb Sq) ditched in Caribbean 15 mi E of France Field,
Canal Zone Dec 9, 1935.  3 of 5 crew killed.
291 (40th School Sqn) forcelanded in bad weather at Randolph
Field, TX Sep 22, 1932
293 (20th Bomb Sqn) in ground fire at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC
Apr 22, 1931.
298 (25th Bomb Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Tole, Panama
Apr 27, 1934
302 (31st Bomb Sqn)forcelanded 2 mi SE of March Field, CA Feb 17, 1932.
309 (25th Bomb Sqn) wredcked in landing accident at France Field,
Canal Zone Aug 24, 1933
310 (25th Bomb Sqn) damaged Sep 3, 1931 when nosed over in landing at 
France Field, CZ. 
313 (28th Bomb Sqn) ditched in Manila Bay after engine failure
Jul 10, 1933
315 (28th Bomb Sqn) stalled and spun-in at Nichols Field, 
Philippines Feb 8, 1934
316 to ZB-3A.  Wrecked in landing accident at Nielson Field,
Philippines Sep 5, 1940.
318 to B-5A.  SW/o Apr 4, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
322 to B-5A.  With 49th Bomb Sqn forcelanded after engine faioure
Messick, VA Apr 3, 1931
325 to B-5A.  W/o Sep 23, 1936 at Maalaea Airport, HI
326 to B-5A.  w/o Feb 9, 1932 at Waianae Field, HI
329 to B-5A.  With 73rd Bomb Sqn crashed 18 mi NE of Boerne, TX
Dec 12, 1934.  Two crew bailed out, but one was killed.
331 to B-5A.  w/o Jun 25, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
332 to B-5A.  w/o Dec 2, 1934 at Boerne, Texas
333 to B-5A.  With 20th Bomb Sqn forcelanded in Black River near
Langley Field, VA Oct 22, 1931.
334 to B-5A.  W/o Dec 20, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
335 to B-5A.  With 64th School Sqn wrecked in takeoff accident
at Kelly Field, TX Sep 4, 1936
338 to B-5A.  With 72nd Bomb Sqn crashed in ocean 5 mi E of Koku
Head, Oahu Sep 18, 1932.  1 killed, 1 missing, 2 rescued.
339 to B-5A.  With 23rd Bomb Sqn crashed and nosed over in night
landing at Luke Field, Oahu Aug 23, 1935.  1 killed, 3 survived.
342 to B-5A.  With 72nd Bomb Sqn crashed at sea after engine failure
50 mi S of Oahu Feb 10, 1932.
343 to B-5A.  With ACTSD, crashed 3 mi W of Bismark, IL Nov 6, 1934.
33-139 ... 33-139
Martin XB-10
MSN 434.  Lost Oct 9, 1933 when pilot parachuted to safety when landing gear
would not extend during routine flight.  Dropped from records at Langley Field, VA May 1934
33-140 ... 33-153
Martin YB-10
MSN 508/521
140 converted to B-10M. Crashed Bicycle Lake, CA May 4, 1942.   To CL-26 at March AAF, CA May 1, 1943
141 to CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Nov 20, 1942
142 Converted to B-10M.  To CL-26 at Las Vegas AAB, NV Aug 12, 1942, w/o Aug 14, 1942
143 converted to B-10M.  W/o Amr 2, 1942 at Del Mar, CA.  Surveyed at Sacramento Air Depot, CA Oct 15, 1942
144 redesignated B-10.  Converted to B-10M.  Wrecked at Slaughter, NB Jul 18, 1942 
145 to CL-26 at Westover AAF, MA Dec 30, 1942
146 redesignated B-10.  W/o May 18, 1935 at Bolling Field, DC.  Dropped from records at Rockwell Field, CA Jul 1935
147 redsignated B-10, converted to B-10M.  W/o Aug 28, 1942 at Las Vegas, NV.
Surveyed at Las Vegas AAB, NV Aug 23, 1943
148 to CL-26 at Hyannis, MA Dec 7, 1942
149 to CL-26 at March AAF, CA Dec 30, 1942
150 redesignated B-10, converted to B-10M.  Wrecked Jun 1, 1942 at Pope Field, NC when ground looped 
during landing.  To CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Jul 16, 1942
151 redesignated B-10. (19th BG, 32nd BS) in takeoff accident at March Field, California Jan 11, 1936. 
Surveyed at March Field Sep 8, 1937
152 redesignated B-10.  W/o Jan 5, 1937 at March Field, CA.  Surveyed at March Field Mar 31, 1937
153 to CL-26 at Gulfport, MS Jun 1, 1943
33-154 ... 33-154
Martin YB-10A
MSN 522
154 dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA May 1937.  W/o Feb 7, 1939 at Chicago Muncipal Airport, IL
34-28 ... 34-115
Martin B-10B
MSN 559/646
28 (MSN 559) converted to B-10BM.  SW/o Feb 9, 1937 at Miami, FL
30 (MSN 561, B-10M) in accident Aug 19, 1942 at Wilkes-Barre Apt, PA
31 (MSN 562) destroyed in force landing after engine failure at Paitilla Point, Panama Jul 11, 1938.  Crew killed,.
32 (MSN 563) crashed on landing at Langley Field, VA May 26, 1936
34 (MSN 565, B-10M) 24th BS crashed 10 mi S of Lake Salvador, LA Mar 8, 1941 when crew
bailed out after running out of gas in bad weather
36 (MSN 567) damaged after force landing at Mitchel Field, NY Jun 18, 1936 due to engine failure.
37 (MSN 568, B-10M) 88 SS/ACAFS w/o Mar 13, 1941 in landing accident at Barksdale
Field, LA
38 (MSN 569, RB-10B) 10 ABG/HQ Sqn w/o Sep 11, 1941 after ground loop in landing
accident at Chanute Field, IL
39 (MSN 570) in accident at Las Vegas Air Gunnery School, NV Dec 12, 1942.
41 (MSN 572) in accident May 2, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico
42 (MSN 573) damaged when crashed on landing at Randolph Field, Texas Dec 4, 1939
43 (MSN 574) in accident Jul 13, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
44 (MSN 575) crashed on landing at night at Wright Field, Dayton, OH Jan 25, 1937
45 (MSN 576) crashed in Chowan River, North Carolina Nov 24, 1936
46 (MSN 577) damaged when crashed on takeoff at Wright Field, Dayton, OH in 1939
47 (MSN 578) 
48 (MSN 579) crashed and destroyed by fire N of Bryan Mills, TX Oct 25, 1936.  Crew killed.
49 (MSN 580, 4th CG, 28th BS) in accident Sep 8, 1941 after ground
loop in landing accident at Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
50 (MSN 581) destroyed when ran out of fuel and force landed W of Mitchel Field, Long Island, NY Dec 22, 1936
51 (MSN 582, 17th BS, 4th CG) in accident Aug 26, 1941 after a 
ground loop on takeoff at Clark Field, Philippines
52 (MSN 583, B-10M) with 10th OS, Godman AAF, KY damaged in landing
accident Jan 2, 1942.  Damaged again Feb 15, 1942 in accident at Godman AAF, KY.
53 (MSN 584) damaged when ground looped on takeoff at March Field, CA Aug 9, 1937
54 (MSN 585, RB-10BM) in landing accident Dec 19, 1941 at
McCarran Field, ACGS Las Vegas, NV
55 (MSN 586) w/o in accident at Las Vegas AAF, NV May 20, 1942.
56 (MSN 587) converted to B-10BM; w/o Oct 12, 1940 at Centralia, WA
57 (MSN 588) pilot bailed out after midair structural failure and fire and crashed at Bocas del Toro, Panama
Jun 30, 1936.
58 (MSN 589, B-10BM) with 8th ABS, 7th ABG w/o in landing
accident Jun 7, 1941 at Scott Field, IL
59 (MSN 590, B-10BH) w/o Oct 4, 1942 in accident 2 mi N of Las Vegas, NV
61 (MSN 592, B-10BH) in accident May 14, 1942 at Elmendorf AAF, AK
62 (MSN 593) suffered engine failure and force landed on fire 16 mi NE of Hill City, Kansas Dec 18, 1939.
Crew killed.
63 (MSN 594, B-10M) 88th SS, ACAFS w/o Apr 4, 1941 in landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA
64 (MSN 595, B-10BH) in accident Oct 6, 1942 at Las Vegas AAF, NV
65 (MSN 596) force landed after engine failure at Nichols Field, Rical, Philippines Mar 17, 1938.  Destroyed
66 (MSN 597) 27th MS, 20th ABG at Nichols Field, Philippines in
accident when ground looped at Baguio Apr 17, 1941
67 (MSN 598) destroyed when engine failed and force landed at Parrite, Costa Rica Aug 15, 1939
68 (MSN 599) destroyed when crashed on landing at Lowry Field, Denver, CO Jul 7, 1940
69 (MSN 600) converted to B-10BM.  Destroyed when crashed on landing at Jaque, Panama May 4, 1938
72 (MSN 603) *Bird O'Prey XIII* ditched on mudflats in San Pablo Bay, CA early 1937.
73 (MSN 604, B-10BM) in accident May 31, 1942 at Pope AAF, NC.
W/o in accident Oct 17, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, NC.
74 (MSN 605) of 28th BS, 4th CG w/o May 23, 1941 in landing accident
at Rosales, Pangasinan, Philippines.
75 (MSN 606, B-10BM) of 50th FGTS.  W/o May 17, 1943 when crew
bailed out due to mechanical malfunction, Las Vegas AAF, NV
77 (MSN 608, RB-10BM) 74th ABS of Luke Field, AZ.  W/o Sep 5, 1941
due to engine failure and forced landing 3.5 mi SW of
Gila Bend, AZ
78 (MSN 609, RB-10BM) damaged when ground looped Feb 15, 1941 at
Kelly Aux. Field, No 2, TX.  W/o Aug 29, 1941 when ground
looped on takeoff at Luke Field, AZ
79 (MSN 610) crashed into San Pablo Bay, CA on landing approach to Hamilton Jan 4, 1937.
Pilot and passenger killed.
80 (MSN 611, B-10M) in accident Sep 9, 1942 at Las Vegas AAF, NV
82 (MSN 613, B-10M) of 97th OS in accident when ground looped
Feb 11, 1941 at Lawson Field, GA
83 (MSN 614) w/o Mar 1, 1942 in accident at Granier Field, NH
84 (MSN 615) damaged when crashed on landing at Salt Lake City, Utah Dec 11, 1936
85 (MSN 616) damaged Jul 7, 1941 when ground looped at Barksdale
Field, LA.  W/o 88 SS/ACAFS Mar 23, 1942 in accident at Indian Springs Range, NV
86 (MSN 617, B-10BM) of 351st SS.  In accident when it ground looped Sep 30, 1941 Las Vegas, NV
87 (MSN 618) damaged in ground loop after landing at Maxwell Field, Alabama Jul 26, 1940.
88 (MSN 619, RB-10B) TT Detachment w/o when it had a stall-spin accident
Oct 14, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines.
89 (MSN 620) converted to B-10BM.  Lost control and stalled (pilot bailed out) and spun into ground at 
Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN.  w/o Jun 6, 1926 at Syosset, NY
90 (MSN 621) destroyed in fatal midair collision 20 mi N of Jacksonville, FL Jul 5, 1940
91 (MSN 622, B-10M) of 3rd OS w/o when crashed after stalled and
spun in at Back River, Langley Field, VA Mar 6, 1941.
94 (MSN 625, B-10BM) 33rd SS Damaged Jun 4, 1942 when it had a
mechanical failure landing accident at Chanute Field, IL
95 (MSN 626) damaged when caught fire on ground at Langley Field, VA Aug 31, 1936
96 (MSN 627) destroyed when engine failed and force landed at Naranjas Point, Panama Jul 2, 1938.
97 (MSN 628) destroyed when engine failed and force landed in James River near Clairmont, VA Oct 21, 1936.
98 (MSN 629, RB-10B) with 79th BS, 45th BG damaged Sep 4, 1941
in landing ground loop accident at Manchester AAB, NH
99 (MSN 630, B-10M) with 33rd SS.  W/o Mar 18, 1941 in takeoff accident at Lowry Field, CO
100 (MSN 631) damaged when crashed on landing at Rhinelander, WI Jun 1, 1939
101 (MSN 632) with 88th SS, ACAFS.  W/o Jul 9, 1941 in landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA
102 (MSN 633) crashed on landing at Loakan Field, Baguio, Philippines Oct 8, 1940.
103 (MSN 634, RB-10B) assigned to 7th Tow Target Squadron at March
Field, CA.  W/o Jun 17, 1943 in landing accident at Bicycle Lake, CA
104 (MSN 635) damaged when engine failed and force landed at Panama Canal, Balboa, Canal Zone Sep 20, 1937
105 (MSN 636, B-10BM) in accident Jul 15, 1942 at March Field, CA
106 (MSN 637) crashed after engine failure and burned out 5 mi W of West Point, VA Aug 13, 1936.  Crew killed.
107 (MSN 638) pilot bailed out after midair structural failure and crashed at Denbeigh, VA Jul 25, 1936
108 (MSN 639, B-10BM) in accident Jan 26, 1942 20 mi NW of Las Vegas,
NV.  W/o Mar 23, 1942 in accident at Indian Springs, NV
110 (MSN 641) damaged when crashed on landing at Middletown, Pa May 17, 1938
111 (MSN 642, B-10BM) crashed 5 mi N of Fall City, WA Feb 11, 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
112 (MSN 643) damaged when crashed on landing at Hamilton Field, CA Aug 14, 1937
113 (MSN 644) destroyed when engine failed and force landed on highway E of Middletown, PA Sep 4, 1935.
114 (MSN 645, RB-10BM) assigned to 7th Tow Target Squadron at March
Field, CA damaged Feb 26, 1943 when it had a forced landing at March Field
due to engine failure.  W/o May 7, 1943 when it had a landing
accident due to mechanical failure at Bicycle Lake, CAl
35-232 ... 35-246
Martin B-10B
MSN 647/661
232 (MSN 647) (2 OS, 4th CG) in landing accident at Del Monte, Mindanao, Philippines Sep 18, 1941
233 (MSN 648) force landed after engine failure 16 mi SW of Somerset, PA Jul 11, 1940.  Crew killed.
235 (MSN 650) damaged at Las Vegas Army Gunnery School, Las Vegas AAF, NV Nov 18, 1942
236 (MSN 651) 97 OS w/o after forced landing after engine failure at Palacios, TX Jun 23, 1941.
237 (MSN 652) w/o May 29, 1942 NE of Las Vegas AAF, NV
238 (MSN 653) TT Detachment crashed in belly landing due to mechanical failure Oct 17, 1941
at Nichols Field, Philippines
239 (MSN 654) converted to B-10BM.  In accident Sep 4, 1940 at Kelly Field, Texas
240 (MSN 655) damaged Feb 3, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
241 (MSN 656) damaged at Langley Field, VA Mar 25, 1942
242 (MSN 657) stalled and spun into ground at Hillsgrove Airport, Rhode Island Sep 22, 1936.  Crew killed.
243 (MSN 658) damaged at Yakima, WA Aug 2, 1942
244 (MSN 659) crashed 11 mi NE of McClellan Field, CA Feb 3, 1942.
245 (MSN 660) converted to B-10BM.  Damaged at Hunter Field, GA Jul 6, 1942
246 (MSN 661) converted to B-10BM.  Damaged in landing accident at Mitchell Field, NY May 21, 1941
36-347 ... 36-348
Martin B-10B
Assembled from spare parts and salvage at Middletown Air Depot, PA
as replacement aircraft
347 w/o in accident Jul 10, 1942, Indian Springs, NV
348 W/o in accident Jul 10, 1942, Presque Isle Airport, ME
41-18185 ... 41-18334
Martin B-26B-10-MA Marauder
18185 (320th BG, 442nd BS) salvaged Aug 9, 1943.
18186 (320th BG, 442nd BS) in takeoff crash Nov 2, 1943.
18187 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 12th AF, "The Wolves") shot down by AAA over Veiano, Italy Nov 30, 1943.  MACR 1476.
Made belly landing neqr Viterbo, NE of Rome, Italy.  All 8 crew survived, 3 became POW and 5 evaded capture.
18189 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
18190 (320th BG, 444th BS, "Judy") last seen on way home on one engine Nov 16, 1944.  MACR 9847
18193 (17th BG, 95th BS, "Junior") shot down by AAA and crashed at Mt. Vesuvius, Italy Jul 17, 1943. 7 POW. MACR 244. 
18194 (320thBG, 444th BS, "Tuxedo Junction") in takeoff crash Jun 15, 1943.
18195 (320th BG, 443rd BS, "Feather Merchant") badly damaged by AAA, during landing hit a house and caught fire at 
Pantelleria, Italy Jul 10, 1943. Pilot killed, rest survived.
18196 (37th BS) crashed on takeoff Jun 25, 1943
18197 (320th BG, 441st BS, "So What") in crashlanding Nov 28, 1943.
18201 (432nd BS, 17th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff at Poretta Airfield, Corsica Feb 29, 1944.  All crew
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
18202 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
18203 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
18206 to French AF
18208 (320th BG, 441st BS) in crashlanding Aug 7, 1943.
18215 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down by AAA at Tarquinia, Italy Nov 26, 1943
MACR 1547.  6 KIA.
18217 (319th BG, 437th BS) in midair collision with another B-26 and crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea off
Italy Aug 22, 1943.  MACR 1243.  4 KIA, 2 POW.
18241 to TB-26B.  Crashed near Pinedale, CA May 4, 1945.
18242 sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
18243 (394h BG Crew Training School) crashed Jul 23, 1943 at Norman, OK.  No fatalities
18248 (319th BG, 438th BS) MIA over Naples Jul 17, 1943
18256 (319th BG, 440th BS) ditched Aug 22, 1943.  MACR 1113.
18258 (319th BG, 438th BS) ditched in Mediterranean Jul 29, 1943
18263 (319th BG, 439th BS) crashed on takeoff May 13, 1944
18265 (37th BS) landing gear collapsed Nov 28, 1943.  Loaned to French AF for training, transferred to 
French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
18271 (319th BG, 439th BS, "Millie's Blond Bomber") shot down by Lt Rupert Weninger in Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/3
15 km E of Barsacco, Italy Sep 8, 1943
18273 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down by Fw. Max Nairz in Me-109G-6 of JG 53/9. near Catania, Sicily, Italy 
Jul 11, 1943. 6 KIA. MACR 235. 
18275 (319th BG, 440th BS) w/o Jan 28, 1944
18276 (322nd BG, 451th BS, 9th AF) shot down 13 km S of Abbeville, France by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Fw Martin Schulze from
JG 301/1 Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 6628.  3 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
18278 (319th BG, 439th BS) shot down by AAA Feb 12, 1944.  MACR 2473
18279 (319th BG, 437th BS) lost in crash-landing at Jaspter Sep 30, 1943
18283 (37th BS) salvaged Apr 17, 1945
18286 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
18291 (319th BG, 437th BS) damaged by AAA and shot down by Uffz. Friedrich Jacobs in Bf 109G-6 of JG 51/6. 
20 mi SW of Sardinia, Italy Jun 18, 1943. Crew baled out, but all 6 KIA.  MACR 232.
18293 (451st BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) craqshed from unknown cause 4 mi S of RAF Andrews, Essex, England
Jan 21, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
18294 (320th BG, 443rd BS) in collision crash Dec 21, 1943.
18296 (319th BG, 439th BS) hit by AAA and ditched off Syracuse, Sicily, Italy Jul 14, 1943.  3 KIA, 3 rescued.  MACR 1130
18297 to French AF
18298 (320th BG, 443rd BS, "Sno Job") salvaged Nov 9, 1944.
18299 (322nd BG) down 12 mi from enemy coast Aug 27, 1943
18301 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed on takeoff at Sedrata Jun 18, 1943
18303 (439th BS, 319th BG, "Mistletoe") flew 118 combat missions.
18305 (320th BG, 441st BS, "Miss Manchester") hit by AAA on bomb run and exploded Jan 21, 1944.  MACR 2323
18307 loaned to French AF for training, transferred to French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
18308 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed at Cape Bon Sep 30, 1943
18312 (319th BG, 440th BS) bellylanded at Roberts Field, Liberia and cannibalized
18316 (319th BG, 439th BS) shot down by AAA over target Sep 30, 1943
18318 (319th BG, 438th BS) hit by AAA and shot down by Oblt. Ehard
Niese in Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/7. 25 mi W of Olbia, Sardinia, Italy
Jun 18, 1943. 2 KIA, 4 POW. MACR 231. The MACR wrongly lists as 41-34818.  
18320 (17th BG, 432nd BS, "Wild Kitty") shot up but landed safely
Sep 24, 1943.  Not repaired.
18322 (319th BG, 439th BS, "Hell's Belle II") flew 100th mission May 1, 1944, first Marauder in any theatre to reach that number.
18323 (319th BG, 437th BS) destroyed in crashlanding at Japser Sep 22, 1943
18325 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down by fighters Jan 28, 1944.  MACR 2684
18326 (319th BG, 439th BS) shot down by AAA Jan 21, 1944.  MACR 2212
41-19463 ... 41-19499
Douglas C-47-DL
MSN 6106/6142.
19463 (MSN 6106) to USAAF Oct 08, 1942 - North Africa Jan 2, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. 
To spares Apr 03, 1945.
19464 (MSN 6107) to USAAF Dec 06, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - India China Wing 
ATC, May 01, 1943.  Crashed into Brahmaputra River 
Sep 29, 1943.  Condemned Oct 11, 1943.
19465 (MSN 6108) to USAAF Dec 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia ‘Cold Turkey’ Jan 15, 1943. 
To civil registry as VH-AEU (Dept of Civil Aviation Jul 10, 1944.
Lsd to ANA Jul 11, 1944, then to Guinea Airways Jan 20, 1945 - MacRobertson Miller Nov
22, 1945 - TAA ‘Throsby’ Mar 25, 1947, later  ‘Lawson’).  Rr VH-SBO ‘Goroka’ Aug 24, 1960, 
then sold to Air Niugini Nov 01, 1973. Subsequently re-registered P2-SBO
Jun 02, 1974, then P2-ANT Nov 06, 1975 and wfu Port Moresby Jul 3, 1977. Sold to Travmar Pty, 
Brisbane Dec 02, 1977, registered again VH-SBO Jan 1979 and reported wfu Jun 27, 1979,  To 
Travmar Holdings, Maitland, NSW Sep 19, 1979. Reported used in a Norman Gunston Show for TV, 
badly damaged Sep 15, 1982 at Bankstown, NSW after collision with TB-10 VH-BCX  To Tamworth
Fire Service as wreck Aug 27, 1968. Broken up at Bankstown May 1991, nose at Tamworth NSW.
19466 (MSN 6109) to USAAF Dec 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 08, 1943 - With
374th TCG, 6th TCS, crashed 80 mi north of Cloncurry, Australia Oct 19, 1943 on 
flight from Darwin to Townsville.  MACR 2094.  All 5 onboard killed.
It is believed that the aircraft was caught in a severe electrical storm
and was struck by lightning, causing the plane to explode in midair.
19467 (MSN 6110)) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 09, 1943 -
Accident Mar 02, 1943.
19468 (MSN 6111) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - North Africa Jan 15, 1943 - 10th AF, India
Jan 26, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking Jul 27, 1943 - Lost May 8, 1944.  
MACR 8113.  Condemned Jul 02, 1944.
19469 (MSN 6112) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - North Africa Jan 01, 1943 - 10th AF,
Karachi Apr 08, 1944 - 12th AF, Italy Jul 29, 1944 - FLC Dec 11, 1945.
To civil registry as F-BCYL (Air Algérie Jul 18, 1947 - Cie Aérienne de Transports 
Indochinois/Air Outremer 1951.  Crashed Hanoi-Gia Lam Apt, Indochina Nov 05, 1951.
19470 (MSN 6113) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - USA Jan 27, 1945 - 
Atlantic Wing ATC May 31, 1945 - To spares Mar 23, 1947 
19471 (MSN 6114) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943.  Condemned Apr 05, 1945. 
19472 (MSN 6115) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 07, 1943 - USA Jan
21, 1945 - To RFC Oct 02, 1945.  To civil registry as NC47056, YV-C-AMF (LAV Jun 18, 1949, 
cancelled 1966.  Reported to Venezuelan AF, to be confirmed).
19473 (MSN 6116) to USAAF Dec 09, 1942 - North Africa Jan 01, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. 
To spares May 07, 1944.
19474 (MSN 1617) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - North Africa Jan 15, 1943 - 10th AF, India
Jan 26, 1943 - India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - DBR when strafed by Japanese
fighters, Paoshan< China Sep 8 1944.  To spares Dec 28, 1945.
19475 (MSN 6118) to USAAF Dec 08, 1942 - Otaru Aug 15, 1943 - 5th AF, Australia - 
To spares Mar 29, 1945.
19476 (MSN 6119) to USAAF Dec 08, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - 
Lost Burma Jan 18, 1944.  MACR 2002
19477 (MSN 6120) to USAAF Dec 09, 1942 - USA. Survey Alliance, NB. Mar 17, 1945.
19478 (MSN 6121) to USAAF Dec 09, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - 14th AF,
Chungking Mar 27, 1943. Condemned Jan 19, 1944.
19479 (MSN 6122) to USAAF Dec 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 21, 1943.  To civil registry 
as VH-AEV (Dept of Civil Aviation Aug 24, 1944 - Lsd to ANA Feb 17, 1945 - TAA ‘Kennedy’ 
Jun 18, 1946), VH-SBI (Rr Dec 16, 1960).  Sold to Lae Technical College Apr 27, 1972, 
transfered to Lae Airport Apr 20, 1975 for display, then to Papua New Guinea National 
Museum, Boroko.
19480 (MSN 6123) to USAAF Dec 10, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking - 
To spares Dec 31, 1945.
19481 (MSN 6124) to USAAF Dec 16, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 16, 1943 - Africa Middle
East Wing ATC May 01, 1943.  Cancelled Dec 31, 1945.
19482 (MSN 6125) to USAAF Dec 10, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking - 
To spares Aug 06, 1945.
19483 (MSN 6126) to USAAF Dec 11, 1942 - North Africa Dec 30, 1942.  60th TCG) lost at Sicily, Italy Jul 13, 1943. 
MACR 1238.  
19484 (MSN 6127) to USAAF Dec 11, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 04, 1945.  No further details
19485 (MSN 6128) to USAAF Dec 12, 1942 - North Africa Jan 01, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.   
MIA May 13, 1944.  MACR 4718
19486 (MSN 6129) to USAAF Dec 18, 1942 - North Africa May 03, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.  
To spares Jun 14, 1945.
19487 (MSN 6130) to USAAF Dec 15, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia.  To spares Nov 29, 1944. 
19488 (MSN 6131) to USAAF Dec 12, 1942 - North Africa Jan 15, 1943 - 10th AF, India
Jan 26, 1943 - India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943.  Condemned Jun 05, 1943. 
19489 (MSN 6132) to USAAF Dec 17, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943.  Crashed on takeoff at Chabua, India 
Dec 26, 1943.  At least one crew killed.  Condemned Jan 01, 1944.
19490 (MSN 6133) to USAAF Dec 14, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 01, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943.  Sold May 02, 1946.  Transferred to Central Air Transport
Corporation Mar 2, 1946.  Subsequently listed as not used, grounded.
19491 (MSN 6134) to USAAF Dec 15, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 24, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Feb 20, 1945 -  To RFC Nov 08, 1945.
To civil registry as NC54328 (No details, cancelled, probably for export)
19492 (MSN 6135) to USAAF Jan 24, 1943 - 10th AF, India Apr 01, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943. To Indian Govmt Apr 10, 1946, then to civil registry as 
N9080C, VT-DGU (Hindustan Aircraft Co Jun 1953), YA-AAC (Ariana
Afghan Airlines Apr 1955), CF-DBJ (Lambair Ltd Mar 28, 1973), C-FDBJ (Rr Jan 1980 - 
Perimeter Airlines Winnipeg Oct 1982) and YV-500C (Aeroejecutivos May 1988).  Noted
flying daily from Caracas Feb 2001.  Registration changed
early 2007 to YV1854.  Currently registered to Aeroejecutivos SA
of Maiquetia as YV202T.
19493 (MSN 6136) to USAAF Dec 14, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 24, 1943.  Condemned Jun 30, 1943.
19494 (MSN 6137) to USAAF Dec 14, 1942 - USA - Crashed Dec 4, 1943 near Lawson Field, GA.
19495 (MSN 6138) to USAAF Dec 14, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 08, 1945.  To civil registry as 
TI-1000 (TACA 1946 - LACSA 1952), HK-1511W (Texas Petroleum Co Mar 1954), HK-1511 (TANA 1973), 
HK-1511E (Rr 1974). Crashed Jun 17, 1977 Condoto, Choco, Colombia. 
19496 (MSN 6139) to USAAF Dec 16, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking. 
Condemned Dec 22, 1943.
19497 (MSN 6140) to USAAF Dec 15, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943.  Condemned Apr 21, 1944.
19498 (MSN 6141) to USAAF Dec 17, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 15, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943.  To Indian Govmt Apr 10, 1946 
19499 (MSN 6142) to USAAF Dec 17, 1942 - Otaru Feb 09, 1943 - 5th AF, Australia - 
USA Jan 15, 1945 - To RFC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registry as LG-AGA (Aviateca Dec 18, 1945), 
TG-AGA (Rr Oct 29, 1948). Crashed Peten St, North Guatemala (en route Uaxactun to Flores) 
Nov 18, 1975.
41-24100 ... 41-24138
Consolidated B-24D-20-CO Liberator
MSN 895/933
24101 (90th BG) MIA SW Pacific Jan 20, 1943.  MACR 6384
24104 (93rd BG, 330th BS, *Doity Boid*) crashed at Hardwick on return from Bremen Dec 20, 1943.
24105 (93rd BG, "Tupelo Lass") 
24107 to US Navy, probably to VB-105.  Struck Beinn Nuis mountain, Scotland 20 feet below 
summit Aug 20, 1943 whilst en route from Gander to Prestwick; all 10 crew killed.
24109 after service with 93rd BG as "Ready and Willing" became formation assembly ship "Ready and Willing"
with 466th BG.  In latter service carried no tail number, just 24109 on nose.  45 combat missions. 	Became 41-24109WW.	
Nick-named ‘Silver Streak’ as the assembly ship of the 466th Bombardment Group, based at RAF Attlebridge
24111 (93rd BG, 329th BS, *Piccadilly Filly*) landed near Hogsby, Sweden Oct 9, 1943, 
set on fire by crew.  One crew bailed out over Baltic Sea and MIA.  9 interned.
24112 (44th BG, "Captain and His Kids Ride Again") to 389th BG
and renamed "Bucksheesh Benny Rides Again" in honor of
Jack Benny.  crashlanded Nov 4, 1943.
24115/24118 to Navy as PB4Y-1 31955/31958.
24121 (93rd BG, 330rd BS, *Let'er Rip*) lost on Ploesti raid, 
Rumania, Aug 1, 1943.  MACR 462.  Crashed after midair collision with B-24D 41-23717 4 km NE
of Razlog, Bulgaria on return from Ploesti.  MACR 462.  8 KIA, 3 POW.
24122 (93rd BG, 409th BS, "Missouri Sue") shot down by Obfw. Josef
Bigge in Fw 190A-5 of JG 2/8 and ditched in Bay of Biscay 
Apr 16, 1943.   MACR 15730.  10 KIA.
24126 (9th BS, 7th BG) lost Oct 18, 1943, India.  MACR 936.
24127 to RAAF as A72-10 - SOC 12-52
24129 (308th BG, "Temptation") lost Sep 15, 1943 on raid to Haiphong.  MACR 12001
24130 (93rd BG, "Lady of the Lake") crashed shortly after takeoff
Jul 13, 1943 in Libya.
24131/24134 to Navy as PB4Y-1 31959/31962.
24138 (308th BG, "Axis Nightmare")
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
42-39548 ... 42-39572
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1067/1091 
39548 to reclamation at Westover AF, UT Jun 22, 1949
39549 converted to XP-61E, later converted to XF-15-NO.  Condemned for salvage
Sep 18, 1947, to reclamation Apr 29, 1948
39550 condemned salvage Oct 30, 1945
39551 to reclamtion at Mitchel Field, NY Jul 25, 1949
39552 to reclamation at Clark Field, Philippines Jun 6, 1949
39553 (548th NFS) crashed on takeoff at Kipapa Field, HI Mar 19, 1945.
39557 converted to XP-61E
39559 (417th NFS, 64th Fighter Wing, 12th AF) shot down by friendlyh AAA 5 mi NW of Dillingen,
Germany Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14078.  Both crew killed.
39560 (549th NFS) crew bailed and crashed at Iwo Jima
Apr 20, 1945.  Condemned inventory Jun 11, 1945
39561 condemned inventory Jun 11, 1945
39562 to reclamation at Eglin AFB, FL Nov 10, 1948
39563 (417th NFS) crashed and w/o near Chateau Thierry, France
Jun 28, 1945.  condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 29, 1945
39564 salvaged inOberpaffaffe,  Germany Nov 8, 1948
39565 condemned salvage May 5, 1947.  To reclamation Nov 19, 1947
39566 condemned salvage May 5, 1947.  To reclamation Nov 19, 1947
39567 to reclamatin at Brookley Field Jun 22, 1949
39568 crashed 9 mi W of Pond, CA Jan 2, 1945.  Surveyed at Hammer AAF, CA Jan 5, 1945
39569 to reclamation at Brookley Field, AL Feb 24, 1949
39570 to reclamation at Eglin AFB, FL Nov 3, 1948
39571 to reclamation at San Bernardino, CA Dec 12, 1949
39572 to reclamation at Eglin AFB, FL Nov 3, 1948
42-39612 ... 42-39612
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1131.  39612 surveyed at McClellan AAF, CA May 4, 1945 
42-39615 ... 42-39615
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1134.  39615 to reclamtion at Sheppard Field, TX Mar 22, 1951
42-39617 ... 42-39617
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1136.  To reclamtion at Brookley Field Aug 3, 1948 
42-39619 ... 42-39619
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1138.  To reclamtion at Rapid City Mar 17, 1947
42-39634 ... 42-39636
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1153/1155 
39634 crashlanded near Fresno, CA Feb 2, 1945.  Surveyed at Hammer AF Feb 22, 1945
39635 transferred to US Navy as F2T-1 Dec 11, 1945
39636 to reclamation at Brookley Field Aug 3, 1948
42-39640 ... 42-39641
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1159/1160
39640 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Dec 22, 1949
39641 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Sep 24, 1948 
42-39643 ... 42-39643
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1162.  Condemned salvag Aug 27, 1947.  To reclamation Dec 9, 1947 
42-39645 ... 42-39645
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1164.  Surveyed at Hammer AAF, CA Jul 7, 1945
42-39647 ... 42-39647
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1166.  To reclamation at Panama, CZ Jun 30, 1949
42-39650 ... 42-39650
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1169.  To reclamation at Brookley Field Jun 14, 1949
42-39652 ... 42-39652
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1171
To reclamation at Mitchel Field, NY Nov 2, 1948
42-39654 ... 42-39654
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1173.  To reclamation at Brookley Field Jul 14, 1949
42-39656 ... 42-39656
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1175.  To reclamation at Rapid City AB, SD Mar 31, 1947 
42-39658 ... 42-39658
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1177.   To reclamation at Spokane, WA Apr 17, 1947
42-39662 ... 42-39662
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1181.  To reclamation at Eglin Field Mar 8, 1949
42-39666 ... 42-39667
Northrop P-61B-10-NO Black Widow
MSN 1185/1186 
39666 to reclamation at Rapid City AAB, SD Apr 24, 1947
39667 to reclamation at Brookley Field, AL Jun 22, 1949
42-54460 ... 42-54649
Douglas A-24B-10-DT Dauntless
MSN 17299/17488
54463 (531st FBS) lost Feb 15, 1944, Central Pacific.
54467 lost Feb 12, 1944, Central Pacific.
54489/54493 (MSN 17328/17332) Lend-Lease to Mexico as BID 2516/2520
54494/54518 (MSN 17333/17357) Lend-Lease to Free French AF
54527 (531st FBS) lost Feb 16, 1944, Central Pacific.
54528 (MSN 17367) Lend-Lease to Free French AF
54531 lost Feb 9, 1944, Central Pacific.
54532 (MSN 17371) to Mexican AF, then to Compania Mexicana Aerophoto
SA as XB-QUC.  By Jul 1964 was with Tallmantz Collection of
Orange County, CA.  In 1965 was with Air Museum, Ontario,
CA.  Registered 1960 to R. L. Griffin of San Antonio,
TX as N54532.  Later operated by Confederate Air Force as
N54532.  Now registered N82GA
54533 (MSN 17372) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54534 (MSN 17373) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54543 (MSN 17382) Lend Lease to Free French AF.
54546 (MSN 17385) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54549 (MSN 17388) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54550 (MSN 17389) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54551 (MSN 17390) Lend Lease to Free French AF.  Destroyed at Meknes, Morocco Mar 19, 1946 when a Dewoitine D-520 flew into the hangar
where it was parked
54552 (5th Ferrying Group) crashed Mar 27, 1944 nr Otis Field, Mass. Stall/spin on initial climb. WASP pilot killed.
54554 (MSN 17393) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54557 (MSN 17396) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54559/54568 (MSN 17398/17407) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54570 crashed on takeoff from Palmdale APT, CA Jun 30, 1945.
54571/54572 (MSN 17410/`17411) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54573 (MSN 17412) Lend Lease to Mexico as BID 2522 
54574 (MSN 17413) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54575 (MSN 17414) Lend Lease to Free French AF
54576 (MSN 17415) Lend Lease to Mexico as BID 2523
54578 (MSN 17417) Lend-Lease to Mexico as BID 2524
54579 (MSN 17418) Lend-Lease to Mexico as BID 2525 
54580 (MSN 17419) Lend-Lease to Mexico as BID 2521
54582 (MSN 17421)flown by city of Portland as insect spray aircraft as N4488N.  Since 1975, airworthy with 
Marine Corps Museum of Quantico, VA as N17421 in SBD-5 configuration and displayed at USMC Air-Ground Museum, 
Quantico, Virginia.  Loaned to USAF Museum and seen at USAF Museum Oct 2005.
54605 (MSN 17444) to USMC Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA and then to NASM, Washington, DC.
54611 destroyed in forced landing 4 mi N of Falmouth, KY Feb 7, 1944.
54614 crashed Feb 1944.
54643 (MSN 17482) used in late 1960s by MGM Studios, Culver City,
CA as wind machine, then fuselage moved to Bradley Air
Museum, Windsor Locks, CT
42-68358 ... 42-68358
Martin B-10  
Export Model 139 of ML-KNIL M-585 MSN 843 used by escapees 
from Dutch East Indies to Australia and 
taken on strength by USAAF.  Salvaged Aug 31, 1944
42-68687 ... 42-68689
Douglas C-49H-DO
Ex-Braniff DC-3-314s commandeered by USAAF Sep 17, 1942
68687 (MSN 2179) ex NC21773.  To civil registry as NC21773 (Braniff Dec 1944 - Southern 
Airlines Jun 19, 1959).  Converted DC-3A and registration changed to N91SA. To N591S 
(Fairways Jun 1965), PI-C960 (Filipinas Orient May 03, 1965), RP-C960 (Rr Jan 28, 1975). To
Govmt of the Philippines 1978, no later report
68688 (MSN 2180) ex NC21774.  Returned to Braniff Airways Oct 21, 1944 as NC21774.
Sold Sep 1950 to United Transports Inc, Oklahoma City, OK.  Later N169T (Texas Eastern
Transmission Corp, Shreveport, LA.) then N1690 (Various owners/operators including 
Academy Airlines, Griffin, GA. 1975 and Lower Valley Aviation, Los
Fresnos, TX. Feb 26, 1981).
68689 (MSN 2181) ex NC21775.  Returned to Braniff Airways Jun 21, 1944 as NC21775, 
converted to DC-3A and sold to LAB Jun 03, 1953 as CB-100, changed to CP-600 Oct 01, 1953. 
Crashed Nov 03, 1953 nr Sucre, Bolivia.
42-72540 ... 42-72639
Douglas C-54D-5-DC Skymaster
MSN 10645/10744
72540 (MSN 10645) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Feb 4, 1948 in Alaska.  Damaged in ground accident Jan 20, 1951
at Tachikawa AB, Japan.  To MASDC Jun 22, 1966.
72543 (MSN 10648) damaged Aug 12, 1952 in Japan.  To civil registry in Spain as EC-BQK.  To Spanish AF as T4.2
72546 (MSN 10651) to US Navy as BuNo 56503
72547 (MSN 10652) converted to SC-54D
72548 (MSN 10653) to MASDC as CC201 Oct 1, 1971.  To civil registry as N4994H. Later to Buffalo Airways in 
NW Territories, Canada as CF-BAA (old-style registration, not C-FBAA)
To Aero Union Corp as N4994H
72550 (MSN 10655) to N56412, and then to China Air registered as 
B-1012. Bought by Air America/CAT in November of 1965 for approximately 
$160,000.00.  Leased to China Air of Taipei in July 1971.  Put into inactive 
storage at Tainan Feb. 29, 1972 through November 1973.  Sold to Air 
Distribution Inc., Honolulu, HI on Nov. 13, 1973, reregistered as N402AD. 
This company went bankrupt in 1975 and the aircraft was again stored at 
Tainan with Air Asia. Feb. 25, 1976 sold to Air Asia, withdrawn from use and 
stored September 1977.
72551 (MSN 10656) converted to TC-54D. To MASDC Mar 28, 1966
72552 (MSN 10657) crashed Nov 12, 1946 in Portezuelo del Cerro Pelado, 30 km NW from the city of Mendoza, 
province of Mendoza, Argentina, after take off. It belonged to the American Air Mission 
in Chile. 9 members of crew, 1 serious injury, 7 injured
72553 (MSN 10658) crashed on approach Atsugi, Japan May 29, 1947.  40 killed.
72555 (MSN 10660) converted to SC-54D. Damaged Feb 6, 1952 in Alaska.  To MASDC Jul 22, 1965
72556 (MSN 10661) to US Navy as BuNo 56504.
72557 (MSN 10662) damaged Aug 25, 1950 in Ohio.  To MASDC Dec 5, 1969.  To South Korean AF in 1970.
72558 (MSN 10663) crashed Jan 16, 1953 on approach to Stephenville-Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland.  13 killed  
72559 (MSN 10664/DC395) was one of 38 C-54s internally stripped for hauling
coal during Berlin Airlift and redesignated C-54M.  To Portuguese Air Force under MDAP bought Jul 1959, 
registered 7501. W/o 26 Jul 1962 when it crash-landed into the sea during the approach to Gando Air Base, 
Las Palmas, Spanish Canary Islands.  Another source has this aircraft after the Portuguese continuing on as 
C-GCXG and then N65397. But this aircraft (C-GCXG and then N65397) was actually Douglas C-54D-1-DC Skymaster 
MSN 10644/DC375 originating as 42-72539. It appears the similarity of the serial numbers may have caused 
their confusion.
72560 (MSN 10665) to US Navy as R5D-3 56505 in Apr 1945.  .
72562 (MSN 10667) to MASDC Sep 3, 1965.  To South Korean AF in 1966
72564 (MSN 10669) converted to SC-54D.  to MASDC Jul 30, 1966.  To civil registry as N1543Z, N143ZL, then HK-1808.
Registered as XA-ACE (Mexicana).  To Aeronorte Colombia as HK-1808.
Crashed near La Macarena, Colombia after engine failure Jun 19, 1996.
72565 (MSN 10670) to FAA as N82 in 1964.  To N8220 in 1969.  Scrapped at Sebring, FL
72566 (MSN 10671) converted to SC-54D.  Wrecked at Bilbao, Spain in 1961.
72567 (MSN 10672) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1966
72568 (MSN 10673) converted to SC-54D.  To US Navy as BuNo 56506.  
72569 (MSN 10674) converted to SC-54D
72570 (MSN 10675) crashed in bad weather 10 mi SE of Shillong,
India Oct 7, 1945.
72571 (MSN 10676) damaged Oct 1, 1948 in West Germany.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1965.  To South Korean AF in 1966
72572 (MSN 10677) lost Dec 24, 1947, Goose Bay, Labrador
72575 (MSN 10680) converted to SC-54D
72576 (MSN 10681) to US Navy as BuNo 56507
72577 (MSN 10682) to TC-54D.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1966.
72578 (MSN 10683) damaged Feb 19, 1952 in Greenland.  To MASDC Sep 29, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.  To Turkish AF
72580 (MSN 10685) to US Navy as BuNo 56509
72581 (MSN 10686) suffered structural failure at Shamsherngar
AAB, India May 29, 1945.  Details and consequences not
known.  To Turkish AF Dec 12,1959 as ETI-581 
72582 (MSN 10687) to MASDC Sep 27, 1964.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970. 
72584 (MSN 10689) to RAF as KL981, then to US Navy as BuNo 92002 
Jul 1946
72585 (MSN 10690) to RAF as KL982.  The reference that it went to
US Navy as BuNo 91997 may be incorrect.  42-72532 went to US Navy as 91997.
72586 (MSN 10691) converted to SC-54D
72587 (MSN 10692) to US Navy as BuNo 56508
72588 (MSN 10693) to US Navy as BuNo 56510
72589 (MSN 10694) assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda Jul 1961-May 1964.
72590 (MSN 10695) converted to HC-54D.  Assigned to 57th ARS, Najes AFB, Azores, Portugal in 1964.  Used by NASA
to train Gemini spacecraft recovery crews.  Was filming paradrops by pararescue crews training for the delivery
and installation of Gemini capsule flotation collars off Castle Harbour, Bermuda Jul 29, 1964 when
collided with HC-97G 52-2773 and crashed into the sea.
72591 (MSN 10696) damaged in ground accident May 29, 1950 at Tachikawa AB, Japan.  To MASDC
72592 (MSN 10697) to US Navy as BuNo 56511. 
72594 (MSN 10699) Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Squadron [SAC], Biggs AFB, TX .
Assigned to 3902nd Air Base Group, Offutt AFB, NE as a staff transport by HQ SAC [May 1950].
Assigned to 16th Air Force, Torrejon AB, Spain as a staff transport Feb 1962.
Assigned to 16th Air Force, Zaragoza AB, Spain as a staff transport Jun 1963.
Assigned to 16th Air Force, Moron AB, Spain as a staff transport May 1964.
To MASDC Oct 15, 1964. 
72596 (MSN 10701/DC432) allocated to 317th TCG, Wiesbaden AB,
West Germany for Berlin airlift.  Allocated to 2849th Air Base
Group, Hill AFB, UT.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  To GSA AID for
US Department of State Feb 7, 1966 registered as N554.
Donated to Air Vietnam 1966 registered as XV-NUJ.  Crashed in
jungle 29 km S of Pleiku City, SVN after being shot down
on flight from Vientaine, Laos to Saigon Tan Son Nhut APT Mar 12, 1975.  26 killed.
72599 (MSN 10704) damaged Oct 23, 1948 in East Germany.  To MASDC Aug 3, 1964 as CC003.  To South Korean AF?
72600 (MSN 10705) converted to TC-54D.  Damaged Dec 23, 1946 in Newyork, damaged Oct 21,1 947 Westover AFB,
Massachusetts.  To MASDC Jun 8, 1966.  Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
72601 (MSN 10706) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  By 1953 was N91083 of Flying Tiger Lines
72605 (MSN 10710/DC441) allocated to Task Force 1.5.4 to
support Crossroads atomic bomb tests.  Allocated Aug 15, 1946
to 1st ATU.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 31, 1959 as
N-605, to ESK 721 Squadron.  Ditched N of Hesselo in Kattegat Nov 8, 1965 after engine failures.
72606 (MSN 10711) last of two EC-54s with 21 CQ/21 OS at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1969.
Declared excess Jan 7, 1970.
72607 (MSN 10712) damaged Jun 9, 1950 in Japan.  To Spanish AF as T.4-4, then to civil registry as EC-APD.
72608 (MSN 10713) Damaged Dec 22, 1951 at Chunchon AB, Korea.  To MASDC Aug 16, 1964
72609 (MSN 10714) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Aug 4, 1966.
72611 (MSN 10716) With 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda May 1964.  Lost with North Dakota ANG 
Aug 27, 1969 on flight from Anchorage to King Salmon Air Force Station with 4 crewmen aboard.  
Wreck discovered 3 years later.
72612 (MSN 10717) to MASDC May 25, 1964.
72614 (MSN 10719) damaged Apr 18, 1949 in Cannada, damaged in landing accident Apr 22, 1951 Cornwallis Isle, Canada,
damaged Dec 16, 1951 Frobisher Bay.  To MASDC at unknown date
72615 (MSN 10720) converted to SC-54D
72617 (MSN 10722) to MASDC as CC256 Nov 27, 1974.  To Ardco Aviation, Tucson, AZ as N49451.
72618 (MSN 10723) converted to WC-54D.  To MASDC Sep 15, 1964.  To Denmark under MAP Mar 15, 1965.
72619 (MSN 10724) converted to TC-54D. Damaged Jul 8, 1945 on landing at Cazes AB, Morocco.  To MASDC Nov 18, 1969.
72620 (MSN 10725) to MASDC Aug 5, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
72622 (MSN 10727) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Jun 2, 1975 as CC260.  In scrap yard next to AMARC.
72623 (MSN 10728) to JC-54D for missile tracking
72624 (MSN 10729) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Mar 25, 1958 Guam, Damaged in ground accident Jan 20, 1951
Tachikawa AB, Japan.  Damaged Jun 17, 1951 Hoengson AB, Korea  To MASDC Apr 18, 1966.
72625 (MSN 10730) to MASDC Jun 12, 1964. to MASDC Jun 12, 1964.  To Denmark under MAP Mar 15, 1965.  
To Zaire Aero Service, Zaire as 9Q-CBK
72626 (MSN 10731) to MASDC Sep 22, 1965.  To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-387. Transferred to SATCO as OB-R-949.
72627 (MSN 10732) damaged in ground accident Sep 8, 1945 Kadena AB, Okinawa.  To MASDC Sep 23, 1965.  
Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
72629 (MSN 10734) crashed on approach, Frankfurt, West Germany Jan 12, 1949.  3 killed.
72630 to VC-54D
72631 (MSN 10736) to civil registry as N2750A.  To Starways of Liverpool as G-APIN.
Lost by strafing at Kamanai, Congo by Katangan Fouga Magister Sep 16, 1961.
72632 (MSN 10736) to US Navy as BuNo 56515
72633 (MSN 10737) to US Navy as BuNo 56516
72634 (MSN 10739) to US Navy as BuNo 56513.
72635 (MSN 10740) to US Navy as BuNo 56517
72636 (MSN 10741) to US Navy as BuNo 56514.
72637 (MSN 10742) to US Navy as BuNo 56512 
72638 (MSN 10743) to US Navy as BuNo 56519 
72639 (MSN 10744) to US Navy as BuNo 56518
42-72740 ... 42-72764
Douglas C-54D-15-DC Skymaster
MSN 10845/10869
72740 (MSN 10845) to MASDC Aug 18, 1965.  To South Korean AF in 1970 as 0-72740.  Retired in 1984 and preserved at
Korean War Memorial, Seoul.  Moved to Gyeokpo, Near Buan, South Korea in 2008.  Mofec and on display at
Jeju Aerospace Museum, South Korea.  Also reported as 44-9047.
72741 (MSN 10846) to US Navy as BuNo 56526
72743 (MSN 10848) converted to SC-54D
72746 (MSN 10851) to US Navy as BuNo 56527
72748 (MSN 10853) converted to VC-54D.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1965.  To Colombia as FAC-699 in 1976, then to 
SATENA (Servicio de Aeronavegación a los Territorios Nacionales) as FAC-1106.  SATENA was the commercial
carrier of the FAC.  Crashed near Cerro Toledo, Columbia Dec 18, 1979 enroute to
Bogota-Eldorado Airport when struck a mountain.  4 crew and 15 passengers killed.
72749 (MSN 10854) to Navy as R5D-3 BuNo 56528 Aug 1945.
72750 (MSN 10855) to US Navy as BuNo 56529
72753 (MSN 10858) to MASDC Aug 4, 1964.
72755 (MSN 10860/DC591) in incident with engine failure at Westover
Field, MA Jul 5, 1947.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1965.  Bought by US Department of State in 1966
and registered N550.  Bought by Air Vietnam in 1966 and
registered XV-NUG.  Destroyed after colliding with USAF F-4
on approach to Da Nang, South Vietnam Sep 20, 1969.  74 of 75
onboard killed, plus 2 killed on ground.
72756 (MSN 10861) converted to TC-54D.  Damaged Apr 29, 1946 Canton, China.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1966.
72757 (MSN 10862) to US Navy as BuNo 56530.
72758 (MSN 10863) to MASDC Oct 26, 1970.  Declared excess Nov 19, 1970.  
72759 (MSN 10864) to US Navy as BuNo 56531.
72760 (MSN 10865) Assigned to 3902nd Air Base Group, Offutt AFB, NE as a staff transport by HQ SAC [1950]
Assigned to 5th Air Division, Offutt AFB, NE Feb 4, 1951.
Assigned to HQ 8th Air Force [SAC], Carswell AFB, TX as a command support aircraft Mar 20, 1951.
Assigned to 5th Air Division, Offutt AFB, NE Jun 1951.
Assigned to 5th Air Division, Morocco Jun 1951.
Assigned to 5th Air Division, Zaragoza, Spain Jul 1963.
Assigned to SAC, Torrejon AB, Spain Jun 1964.
Assigned to 401st TFW, USAFE, Torrejon AB, Spain Apr 1966.
72761 (MSN 10866) damaged Mar 18, 1949, West Germany.  To MASDC Jul 22, 1964.
72762 (MSN 10867) to MASDC 
72763 (MSN 10868) to Portuguese AF as 6604 Jan 20, 1960
72764 (MSN 10869) to N45910, and then to China Air registered as 
B-1014. Bought by Air America/CAT on November 15, 1965 for approximately 
$160,000.00. Leased to China Air of Taipei in June 1969.  Put into inactive 
storage at Tainan June 07, 1971. Sold to Air Distribution Inc., Honolulu, HI 
on Nov. 13, 1973 registered as N403AD.  This company went bankrupt in 1975 and 
the aircraft was again stored at Tainan with Air Asia.  Feb. 25, 1976 sold to 
Air Asia, withdrawn from use and stored September 1977.
42-96229 ... 42-96328
Martin B-26F-1-MA Marauder
96230 converted to TB-26F.  Damaged in taxiing accident at Frederick AAF, OK Jul 2, 1945.
96234 (555th BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AA over Caen, France Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7048.
Four crew killed, two bailed out and evaded capture.
96237 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
96243 crashlanded in France Dec 1944.
96246 (387th BG, 559th BS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at RAF Chipping Ongar, Essex, England Jul 17, 1944.
Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
96249 (394th BG, 587th BS, 9th AF) collided with 42-107592 and crashed Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 15750.  
The collision took place over Battle, East Sussex, on the south coast of England, while on mission
to bomb gun emplacements in Varreville, France on D-Day.  The crew of
42-96249 all were killed when the plane crashed at Ashburnham Place.  The
crew of 42-107592 remained on board to jettison bombs before crashing at
Whatlington Level, only the pilot survived.  
96252 (586th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed during landing near Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
due to engine failure Dec 23, 1944.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96254 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and creah-landed on Normandy beachhead, France 
Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 15285.  5 crew killed, one survived
96256 (454th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) hit by rocket fired by Me 262A-1a/R-1 flown by Uffz Johann Karl Muller of JV 44 
near Memmingham, Germany and crashlanded in Germany near Allied lines Apr 20, 1945.  MACR 14151.  
1 crewman killed, 5 survived.
96257 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) on one engine, abandoned by crew over English Channel Jul 30, 1944.
MACR 12267.  All 6 crew bailed, 5 were rescued, one was killed.
96259 (645th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61 Picardy, France Jan 8, 1945.
All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96261 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) hit by AAA over Limburg, Germany Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 13088.  2 crew bailed out
and became POW.  Able to return to base with 4 crew.  Unknown if repaired.
96262 (586th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France due
to engine failure Dec 23, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96263 (394th BG, 587th BS) collided in bad weather with 42-96050 over Gillingham, county of
Kent, England, both crashed Jun 6, 1944.  Crashed into an orchard at Corporation Road,
Gillingham, Kent, England.  MACR 16040.  All six crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
96265 (451st BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61, Picardy,
France Feb 14, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96266 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) crashed at Vernando-Villers, France Jan 22, 1945.  All crew 
killed, aircraft was destroyed.
96267 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at Tour-en-Bessin Airfield A-13 Basse-Normandie,
France Oct 21, 1944.  Aircraft stalled due to prop wash and crashed  on the runway and bombs
exploded.  One crewman killed, 5 survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
96268 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) in landing accident at Clastres Airfield A-71, Picardy, France Nov 25, 1944.
All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96270 (322nd BG, 445th BS, 9th AF) hit by flak over Eschwieler, Germany Sep 23, 1944 and crash landed at Airfield
A-73 that was under construction at Liege, Belgium.  MACR 9097.  All 6 crew survived, but 2 were wounded.
Aircraft broke in half while being removed from field and was salvaged.
96271 (584th Bs, 394th BG, 9th AF) collided with 43-34141 on takeoff at Orleans-Bricy airfield A-50, 
France Oct 8, 1944 and crashed.  All six crew killed.  Aircraft was destroyed.
96272 (587th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
Feb 2, 1945.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96273 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) in wheels-up belly landing at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England
Aug 9, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96274 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons,
France Dec 25, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
96275 (386th BG, 553rd BS, 9th AF) exploded in midair over Dorsel, Germany after hit by a bomb dropped from
above by another B-26 Dec 15, 1944.  MACR 11484.  All 6 crew killed.
96277 (452nd BS, 322nd Bg, 9th AF) in landing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61, Picardy,
France Jan 16, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
96278 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) hit by AAA over France and crash landed at British airfield
B-10 at Plumetot, France Aug 11, 1944.  5 crew bailed out over the airfield, pilot landed the aircraft.
Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96279 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26G 43-34132 at Beauvais/Tille Airfield
A-61, Picardy, france Dec 31, 1944.  Able to land.  All crew survived, aicraft damaged, unknown
if repaired.
96280 (397th BG, 597th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 11 Dec 23,1944 and
crashed at Kinzenburg, Germany.  MACR 11349.  All 6 crew bailed out and became POW
96284 (386th BG, 552nd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3 km N of Cleres, 20 km N of Rouen, France Aug 16, 1944.  
MACR 7647.  3 crew killed, one due to hia parachute on fire after bailout, four crew bailed out and
were captured and became POW.
96286 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England Aug 9, 1944.  All 6 crew	
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
96288 (397th BG, 596th BS, 9th AF) collided in midair with another aircraft near Beauraing, Belgium Nov 30, 1944.
All crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
96289 (397th BG, 599th BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA near Dreux, France Aug 9, 1944 and crash landed at
La Grande Rosiere, France.  MACR 7788.  3 crew killed, 3 crew became POW.
96292 (322nd BG, 451st BS) left engine on fire, dropped out of formation Nov 18, 1944
96293 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61, Picardy,
France jAN 29, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96294 (585th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed during landing at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
Jan 13, 1945.  All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
96297 (597th BS, 397th Bg, 9th AF) in landing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons,	
France Apr 25, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96300 (586th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Arien, Belgium Jan 23, 1945.  Unknown
number of crew killed. Aircraft was destroyed.
96301 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) exploded from unknown cause at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
Mar 26, 1945.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
96302 (597th BS, 397th BS, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Dreux/Vernouillet Airfield A-41, France
Sep 15, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96305 (17th BG, 37th BS) damaged and ditched in sea Jul 12, 1944
96306 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) MIA over Burgbernheim, Germany Mar 28, 1945.  MACR 13519.
All 6 crew MIA and believed killed.
96308 (598th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons, 
France Oct 8, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96309 (387th BG, 557th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Witry, Belgium Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 10877.
Three crew killed, four bailed out and evaded capture.
96313 (391st BG, 572nd BS) crashed on landing Jan 22, 1945
96314 (391st BG, 574th BS) crashlanded near base Aug 17, 1944
96315 (598th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in forced landing 1/2 mi E of Hamelet, France after ran out
of fuel Feb 2, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
96322 assigned to 320th BG
96324 (386th BG, 555th BS) shot down by AAA over France Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7048
96325 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Creil Airfield A-81, France Nov 8, 1944.
All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
96326 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
Mar 24, 1945.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly dmaged, unknown if repaired.
96327 (387th BG, 558th BS) lost to enemy action Jul 18, 1944
96328 (17th BG, 37th BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by Me 262A-1a/R1 flown by Genlt Adolf Galland of JV 44 
over Neuburg, Germany Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14164.  All six crew killed.
42-106429 ... 42-106540
North American P-51B-10-NA Mustang
MSN 104-25231/25342.
106429 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 3 N of Hamburg,
Germany May 24, 1944.  MACR 5287.  Pilot killed.
106431 to RAF as Mustang III SR437.  MIA on mission to Emmerich
Sep 17, 1944.  Believed shot down by Fw 190s
106432 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed at
Lubeck, Germany May 8, 1944.  MACR 4678.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106433 (357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) shot down Apr 24, 1944 25 mi E of Munich by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw. 
Heinrich Bartels of JG 27/11.  MACR 4320.  Pilot KIA
106434 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Saint Dizier airfield A-64, France
Dec 8, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106435 (363rd FG) shot down by ground fire Jun 11, 1945.  MACR 5719
106438 (4th FG, 335th FS) landed intact in Switzerland Jul 19, 1944 and interned.
Test flown as J-900 Aug 1, 1944.  Returned to USAAF Oct 20, 1945.
106440 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed in Northern Yugoslavia due to engine failure
Jan 21, 1945.  MACR 11541.  Pilot killed.
106441 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 30 mi E of Southwold, Suffolk, England in the
North Sea May 13, 1943.  MACR 4810.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
106443 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Ofhr Gunther Bersau of JG1/1 Jul 17, 1944.  
MACR 7164.  Pilot killed.
106444 (357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England
Feb 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106445 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashlanded 500 m N of Falvy 17k m S of St Quentin, France due
to battle damage with German fighter Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 8943.  Pilot survived and escaped and returned to duty.
106446 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Dec 29, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106447 (357th FG, 362nd FS) collided with P-51B 43-24766 and crashed near Leiston, England
Feb 27, 1945.  Pilot killed.
106448 (354th FS, "Hunhunter Texas", to 555 FTS) in midair collision with Lancaster Feb 14, 1945.
106449 (352nd FG, 478th FS) shot down by AAA near Epaignes, Normandy, France Jun 6, 1944.   MACR 5502.  
Pilot bailed out and evaded and made it to the Normandy beachhead in Allied control.
The plane at Imperial War Museum, Duxford, UK is actually 43-25147 
106450 (354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) crashed on takeoff at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England
Jan 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106451 (352nd FG, 487th FS) crashed 7 km SW of Aalen, Germany due to engine failure Jul 16, 1944.  Pilot bailed
out and became POW.  MACR 6781
106452 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) crshed from unknown cause near Metz, France Aug 28, 1944.  MACR 8398.
Pilot bailed out and evaded.
106453 (381st FS, 363rd FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Quittehow, France Jun 19, 1944.  MACR 6112.
Pilot believe killed.
106454 (487th FS, 352nd FG) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 26 at Goch/Heidekamp, 12 km
SE of Kleve, Germany Sep 23, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 9236
106455 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed at Lum, Bulgaria due to mechanical failure Aug 17, 1944 on return
from Ploesti mission.  MACR 7864.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
106456 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Sep 20, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106457 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy due to structural failure
Sep 3, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
106458 (357th FG, 363rd FS, "Doodle Bug") in landing accident at RAF Leiston airfield, Suffolk, England Jul 16, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired
106459 (352nd FG, 328th FS) ditched in North Sea after ran out of fuel Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 6839.  Pilot killed.
106460 (352nd FG, 328th FS) crashed from unknown cause at Royville, 21 km SSW of Dieppe, France Aug 13, 1944.  
MACR 7603.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
106461 (368th FS, 359th FG) crashlanded at Brettenham Village, Norfolk, England May 2, 1944.  Pilot killed.
106462 (362nd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) crashed at RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England Oct 4, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and
survived, aircraft was destroyed.
106463 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down east of Zwolle, SDE of Meppen, Germany by Bf 190G-6 flown 
by Uffz Walter Polster of JG 26/11 Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3729.   Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106464 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed in the Laon Reims area of france due to mechanical failure
May 27, 1944.  MACR 5724.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
106465 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA while strafing locomotive at Speyer, Germany and crashed
at Germershei, SE of Speyer, Germany May 3, 1944.  MACR 4419.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106466 (363rd FG, 381th FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause in North Sea Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 3633.
Pilot killed.
106467 (352nd FG, 486th FS) crashlanded 30 mi SE of Budapest, Hungary due to engine failure Jul 2, 1944.  
MACR 6698 and 8527.  Pilot survived and became POW.  Aircraft destroyed by gunfire from other P-51 to prevent
its capture.
106468 (487th FS, 352nd FG) crashed 2 mi NE of Hardwick, England Apr 9, 1944.  Pilot killed.
106469 (359th FG, 369th FS) crashlanded from undnown cause Jun 12, 1944 at Palaiseau, SW of Paris, France.  MACR 5595.
Pilot survived and became POW.
106470 (357th FG, 364th FS) shot down by AAA near Ludwigshafen, Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4331.  Pilot bailed out
and became POW.
106471 (352nd FG, 487th FS) crashed at Halls Farm, Fairstead, England due to bad weather Jun 7, 1944.  Pilot killed.
106473 (357th FG, 362nd FS, "Geronimo") crashed at Wangen 15 km SSW of Querfort, Germany Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8701.  
Pilot killed.
106474 (359th FG, 370th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Otto Kobert of JG 300/10 Jul 20, 1944 SE of Allenburg
at Niedermuelsen, 5 km S of Glauchau, Germany.  MACR 6832.  Pilot KIA.
106476 (376th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF Methwold, Norfolk, England Jul 3, 1944.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106477 (363rd FG, 381th FS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Magdeburg, Germany Apr 12, 1944.  MACR 3859.  Pilot
believe killed.
106478 to RAF as Mustang III SR436.  SOC Jan 7, 1947
106479 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Sofia, Bulgaria Apr 17, 1944.  MACR 4230.
Pilot killed.
106480 (352nd FG, 486th FS) crashed from unknown cause 2 KM NW of Pattburg, Denmark Aug 27, 1944.  MACR 8311.  Pilot
left the formation for unknown reason near Kiel, Germany after mission was recalled.  Pilot bailed out
and became POW.
106481 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed
at Bennstedt 8km W of Halle, Germany May 28, 1944.  MACR 5134.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106482 (31st FG, 308th FS) shot down by Obfw. Heinz Kemethmuller in Bf 109G-6 of JG 26/9 at Fertoboz, Hungary 
Apr 23, 1944.  MACR 4372.  Pilot KIA
106483 (352nd FG, 486th FS, "Miss Lace") shot bown by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fh. Fw. Hans Fritz of JG 3/3 at 
Tribsees and crashed near Zarnekla, 12 km S of Grimmen, Germany May 13, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 4699
106484 (338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England Feb 25, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.`
106485 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) crashed 5 mi from Redon, France due to engine failure Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4435.
Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106486 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-47D 42-26016 and crashed at Sicau, 11 km W of
Gardelegen, Germany May 28, 1944.  MACR 5138.  Pilot killed.
106488 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) crashed 50 mi From RAF Bradwell Bay, Essex, England in North Sea due
to engine failure Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3799.   Pilot killed.
106489 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia,
Italy Jul 26, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106491 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) groundlooped due to mechanical failure at RAF Lashenden, Kent, England
Jun 16, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106492 (2nd Air Depot, 8th AF) grould looped at RAF Hardwick, Norfolk, England Apr 14, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged and washed out.
106493 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashlaned 2 mi N of San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy May 27, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106496 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Gaggio, Italy May 20, 1944.  MACR 5755.
Pilot killed.
106497 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit S of Ille de
Porquerolles Island in Mediterranean Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4641.  Fate of pilot unknown.
106498 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown caus SE of Eyged, Hungary Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6393 and 6467.
Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106499 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flownn by Uffz Kurt Mann of JG 77/9 over Ploesti,
Rumania Apr 21, 1944.  MACR 4223.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106500 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) crashed in Adriatic Sea north of Vis Island off Yugoslavia due to engine
failure Nov 6, 1944.  MACR 9693.  Pilot killed.
106502 (487th FS, 352nd FG) collided in midair with P-51C 42-103310 and crashed at Mersey Flats near
Bradwell, England May 9, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed and was salvaged May 9, 1944.
106504 (90th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed at Freimering, 12 km NW of Wasserbrg am Inn, 
Germany due to engine failure Sep 22, 1944.  MACR 8947.  Pilot killed.
106505 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) in ground accident while parked at Hanchung airfield, Shaanxi, China
Sep 29, 1944.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106506 (529th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed 1 1/2 mi NW of Kiehsiu, China after being hit by its own bomb
blast while attacking a railroad bridge Jul 13, 1945.  MACR 14756.  Pilot bailed out but was too low and
was killed.
106507 (74th FS, 23rd FG) crashed from unknown cause between Kanchow and Hankow, China Dec 18, 1944.  MACR 10737.
Pilot evaded 
106508 (529th FS, 311th FG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Dinjan airfield, Assam, India Jul 23, 1944.  Pilot
survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106511 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) shot down by ground fire near Tayang, China Jul 8, 1945.  MCR 14719.
Pilot bailed out and evaded and returned.
106513 (529th FBS, 311th FGG, 10th AF) crashed 8-10 mi N of Shingbwiyang, Burma May 16, 1944.  MACR 4530.
Pilot killed.
106518 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) crashed while strafing train at Lang Giai, 15 mi SW of Lan Son, Indochina
Dec 4, 1944.  MACR 10369.  Pilot killed.
106519 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) shot down by friendly fire from another aircraft 3/4 mi SE of Shaho,
China Jul 16, 1945.  MACR 14766.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
106520 (529th FS, 311th FG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Dinjan Airfield, Assam, India May 18, 1944.  Pilot
survived but aircraft was destroyed.
106521 (74th FS, 23rd FG) in takeoff accident at Mohanbari Airfield, Assam, India Jul 13, 1944.  Pilot
survived but aircraft was destroyed.
106526 (76th FS, 23rd FG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Tanchuk, China Sep 11, 1944.  Pilot 
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106528 (529th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) lost from unknown cause over China Apr 25, 1945.  MACR 16252.
106529 (529th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) shot down by AAA at Chikuan, China Jun 6, 1945.  MACR 14609.  Pilot bailed
out and evaded and returned.
106531 (745h FS, 23rd FG) crashed 40 mi WSW of Kweilin Airfield, Guangxi, China due to engine failure Nov 10, 1944.
MACR 11694.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
106532 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Gerhard Hanf of JG 77/9 Apr 21, 1944.
MACR 4228.  Pilot killed.
106536 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed on takeoff at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy May 11, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
106537 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit at Lake Balaton
and Zalaegerszeg, Hungary Apr 23, 1944.  MACR 4370.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106538 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit at Wallersdorf
Germany May 29, 1944.  MACR 5645.  Pilot killed.
106539/106540 modified as XP-51D Mustang 
42-106541 ... 42-106738
North American P-51B-10-NA Mustang
MSN 104-25343/25540
106541 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed into Adriatic Sea Sep 34, 1944.  MACR 8741.  Pilot killed.
106542 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) damaged by Bf 109G-6 and crashed S of Bjelovar, Yugoslavia Apr 23, 1944.
MACR 4225.  Pilot bailed out and survived.  Believed he evaded capture.
106543 (99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen) crashed 7 mi SW of Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy due to
structural failure Jul 11, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
106544 (99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed after exploded in midair between Bravsko
and Zablace, Yugoslavia Aug 29 1944.  MACR 8101.  Pilot bailed out and fate unknown.
106546 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause into Adriatic Sea 30 mi E of Vano, Italy in
very bad weather Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4376.  Pilot killed.
106548 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Dec 22, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106549 (31st FG, 307th FS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf-109G-6 fighter flown by Uffz Siegmund of JG 77/5 at Loreto, Italy
Apr 28, 1944.  MACR 4525.  Pilot KIA
106552 (99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 2 1/2 mi NW of San Martino,
Italy Jul 10, 1944.  Pilot killed.
106553 (328th Ferry Squadron, Air Transport Command) crashlanded at El Aouina airfield at Tunis, Tunisia Aug 24, 1944
while on ferry flight.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106555 (33tth FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 1909G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near 
La Ferte-Fernet 40 km from Lisieux, France Aug 18, 1944.  MACR 8143.  Pilot killed
106556 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Jun 30, 1944.  Pilot
survived but aircraft was destroyed.
106557 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Oct 13, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed by fire.
106558 (504th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) crashlanded at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England Aug 24, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed 
106559 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 28 mi NE of Utine Italy Oct 28, 1944.
MACR 9587.  Pilot killed.  German report claims aircraft crashed 12 km SE of Grunau, 30 km S of Wels,
Austria.
106560 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at San Severo airfield, Foggia,
Italy Nov 6, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106561 (99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia,
Italy Feb 1, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106562 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 30, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106563 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashe at Taganesti, 14 km From Ploesti, Rumania due to structural
failure Apr 21, 1944.  MACR 4373.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106565 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 20, 1944.
Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
106566 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Bari airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 9, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106568 (5th FS, 52nd Fg, 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy
May 23, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106571 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA 20 mi NE of Trieste, Italy Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4227.
Pilot killed.
106572 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at Aghione airfield, corsia May 9, 1944.  Pilot survived,
but aircraft was destroyed.
106574 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknwon cause into Adriatic Sea 30 mi E of Fano, Italy
Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4375.  Pilot killed.
106575 (4th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed 4 mi SW of Capraia Island in Tyrrhenian Sea due to engine failure
May 19, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
106576 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 near Le Niebourg, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5611.
Pilot killed.
106577 (368th FS, 359th FG) shot down By AAA Aug 8, 1944 near Maxent, France.  MACR 7781.  Pilot bailed out
and became POW.
106578 (4th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in forced landing at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy due to engine failure
May 27, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106580 (359th FG, 370th FS) shot down by AAA 1 km S of Lochtenburg 4 km NE of Breda, Netherlands Aug 27, 1944.
MACR 8318.  Pilot POW.
106581 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy May 16, 1944.  Pilot
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106582 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 27 and crashed
W of Annaberg, Austria May 24, 1944.  MACR 5185.  Pilot killed.
106583 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Dec 4, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106584 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashlanded at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Nov 24, 1944.  Pilot
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106585 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashlanded near Ajaccio, Corsica due to engine failure Jul 5, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.	
106586 (374th FS, 361st FG) crashed from unknown cause in central France Aug 8, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
He hid in Foret de Freteval Forest in a camp used to hide Allied airmen.  Camp was liberated Aug 13, 1944 by
General Patton's 3rd Army
106588 (504th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) crashlanded at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England Aug 24, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed
106589 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed 4 mi NNE of San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy due to mechanical
failure Dec 4, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
106590 (99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy
Feb 1, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106592 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Apr 11, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damage, unknown if repaired.
106593 converted to F-6C.  Lend-Lease to French AF aas 2106593 Jan 19, 1945.  Operated by GR II/33.  
Damaged Jun 18, 1945
106594 (99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in takeoff accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy
Mar 7, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106595 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Vis Island in Adriatic Sea May 24, 1944.
MACR 6316.  Pilot killed.
106596 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Grottaglie, Italy Apr 17, 1944.  Pilot killed,
aircraft was destroyed.
106597 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed NE of Bech, Luxembourg after engine caught fire after damaged
during dogfight with Fw 190s Sep 12, 1944.  MACR 9178.  Pilot bailed out and MIA.
106599 (369th FS, 359th FG) in ground accident at RAF East Wretham Dec 8, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
damaged, unknown if repaired.
106601 (337th FG, 504th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit at Eggersdorf,
near Schoenebeck, Germany May 30, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 5400
106603 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 15 mi W of Zara near the
coast of Yugoslavia Apr 21, 1945.  MACR 14022.  Pilot killed.
106604 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Jun 4, 1944.  Pilot
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106605 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed S of Bartolomeo, Italy due to mechanical failure while on
training flight Sep 7, 1944.  MACR 8355.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
106607 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A flown by Lt Alfred Gross of JG 54/8 near
Evreux, France Jul 17, 1944.  MACR 7166.  Pilot killed.
106608 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown in bad weather near Pavullo, Italy May 12, 1944.  MACR 4716.
Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106609 (352nd FG, 486th FS) in midair collision with Bf 109G-6/U flown by Ofw Kurt Muschner of JG 300/2 and
crashed at Gutergluck 6 km WNW of Zerbst, Germany Jun 20, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 5948
106611 (368th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF East Wretham Jul 29, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106612 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Jun 14, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
106613 (352nd FG, 486th FS) hit by AAA 20 Mi NW of Hannover, Germany and crashed  km SW of Engelern, Germany 
Oct 24, 1944.  MACR 10116
106614 (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) crashed 10 mi E of Saarburg, France due to engine failure Sep 10, 1944.  
MACR 8697.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
106615 (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) crashed due to bad weather between LeMans and Tours, France Jun 19, 1944.  
MACR 5944.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
106616 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-51B 43-6647 while strafing airfield at Nordholm,
Germany May 24, 1944.  MACR 5362 and 5884.  Pilot killed.
106619 (353rd FG, 350th FS) shot down by AAA NW of Kassel, Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13440.  Pilot KIA
106620 (359th FG, 368th FS) shot down by AAA N of Wismar, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 5115.  Pilot KIA.
106622 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashlanded in Udine area of northern Italy after ran out
of fuel Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13269.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown
106624 (352nd FG, 328th FS) crashed 15 mi W of Lingen, Germany due to engine failure Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 4123.
Pilot bailed out and became POW
106625 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by friendly fire from P-51B 43-24860 2 mi E of
Bucharest, Rumania while attacking a Bf 109G Jul 31, 1944.  MACR 7191.  Pilot bailed out and
became POW.
106626 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 5 mi S of Isle of Wight in English Channel 
May 29, 1944.  MACR 5208.  Pilot killed.
106627 (361st FG, 376th FS) collided in midair N of Seibleben, near Gotha, Germany with Fw 190A-8 flown by 
Uffz Hans Kalchschmid of JG 4/8 Sep 27, 1944.  MACR 9243.  Pilots of both aircraft KIA.
106628 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed at Susegana, Idaly due to engine failure Feb 5, 1945.  MACR 12070.
Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106629 (369th FS, 359th FG) crashlanded after ground loop at RAF East Wretham May 24, 1944.  Pilot survived,
but aircraft was destroyed.
106630 to RAF as Mustang III SR424.  Creashed near Nesscliff Mar 30,
1945 after pilot bailed out due to airborne fire.
106632 (357th FG, 364th FS)  collided with P-51B (43-6553) in midair 20 Mi SW of Strasbourgh, France that
was just shot down and crashed May 27, 1944.  MACR 5110.  Pilot killed
106633 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed during wheels-up landing at Bretteville,
France Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6653.  Pilot killed.
106634 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Ahrensfelde, 15 km NE of Hamburg, Germany 
Jul 6, 1944.  MACR 6695. Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106635 (352nd FG, 486th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/AS flown by Uffz. Horst Petzschler of JG 3/2 E of Mageburg,
Germany May 28, 1944.  MACR 5099.  Pilot KIA
106636 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by unknown pilot of either JG 1 or JG 11
S of Darmstadt,Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4311.  Pilot killed.
106637 to RAF as Mustang III SR422.  Burned out fillowing collision
on runway at airfield B.1`2 (Ellon, France) with Mustang
SR412 (43-7014) Jul 25, 1944.
106638 (361st FG, 376th FS) crashed near Little Walden, UK
Jun 22, 1945 after engine overheated during training
flight.  Pilot bailed out successfully but suffered injuries.
Aircraft was recovered over period 2002/5 and was
returned to USA for rebuild and registered N5087F May 8, 2006.
First flight after rebuild Jul 24, 2008
106640 (357th FG, 364th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Ernst Binna of JG 5/1 May 27, 1944.  MACR 5111.
Pilot bailed out and became POW
106641 (337th FG, 504th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Belval, 4km S of Lassigny 20 km South of Roge
Somme, France Aug 2, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 7721
106642 (337th FG, 504th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Naumburg, Germany Jul 29, 1944.  
Pilot POW.  MACR 7722
106643 (363rd FG, 380th FS, 9th AF) crashed at Mayenne, France due to engine failure Apr 30, 1944.  MACR 4430.
Pilot bailed out and evaded.
106644 (504th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident Aug 7, 1944 at RAF Fowlmere.  Pilot survived, aircraft
damaged but repaired.  Crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk, England
Jul 16, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and was washed out.
106645 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashlanded 3 mi NE of St Pierre Eglish, France after ran out of fuel
in bad weather Aug 16, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
106646 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Ofw Waldemar Soffing of JG 26/1
800 m W of Grougis, 20 km NE of St Quentin, France May 24, 1944.  MACR 5278.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106647 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA from boats he was stafing in the Quimper, France
area and made wheels-up belly landing near Benodet, France Aug 8, 1944.  MACR 7800.  Pilot survived and 
became POW.
106648 (357th FG, 364th FS) crashed 10 mi E of Brandenburg, Germany due to mechanical failure May 19, 1944.  MACR 4809.
Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106649 (337th FG, 504th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown casue near Ghent Belgium Aug 17, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  
MACR 8136
106650 (334th FGS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 NE of Budapest, Hungary Jul 2, 1944 while on 
Shuttle Mission to Russia.  Pilot killed.  MACR 6798.  Could not get drop tanks to drop.
106651 (361st FG, 376th FS) crashed 2 mi NE of Mondoubleau, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5522.  Pilot killed
106652 (357th FG, 364th FS) shot down by AAA 1 mi from Plancoet, France Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5516.  Pilot KIA
106653 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) lost Jun 8, 1944 during dive bombing attack on a truck convoy near Rennes, France.  
MACR 5619.  Pilot KIA
106654 (357th FG, 362nd FS) crashed at Gembloux, Belgium due to engine failure Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8652.  Pilot bailed
out and evaded.
106655 (361st FG, 374th FS) collided with Cletrac tractor whil landing at Bottisham Jul 17, 1944.
106656 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause in Adriatic Sea 15 mi NE of Termoli, Italy
Aug 13, 1944.  Pilot killed.
106657 (503rd FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England Sep 10, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106659 (MSN 384th FS, 364th FG, 8th AF) exploded in midair 3 mi S of RAF Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
Dec 4, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed.
106660 (361st FG, 376th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 2 km N of Alstaette Ahaus, Germany t May 24, 1944.  MACR 5116.
Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106661 (352nd FG, HQ) shot down by AAA over Le Merlerault, France Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5556.  Pilot KIA
106662 (504th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England Jul 16, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106663 (328th FS, 352nd FG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing on beach at Coggishall, England after ran out
of fuel Jul 21, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
106664 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed 2 km N of Thierry-Pre, 3.5 km E of Resigny, France due to engine
failure Aug 9, 1944.  MACR 8148.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
106665 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) crashed in North Sea during bad weather 50 mi E of Colchester,
Essex, England Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4182.  Pilot killed.
106666 assigned to 4th FG at Debden, England.  In landing accident with 317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF at Lesina airfield, 
Foggia, Italy Feb 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106667 (359th FG, 368th FS) hit by explosion of ammo trucks it had just strafed near Thoree, France Jun 7, 1944.  
MACR 5518.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
106668 (352nd FG, 328th FS) crashed near Lomaene Lietzow, 4 km W of lauen, Germany due to high speed stall May 19, 1944.  MACR 4989.
Pilot had just shot down a Bf 109 and was very close to the ground when the aircraft went into a spin
and crashed.  Pilot killed.
106669 (4th FG, 336th FS) shot down by flak Jun 10, 1944.  Pilot killed.  MACR 5725
106670 (359th FG, 369th FS) shot down by AAA near Levigen, France Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5949.  Pilot bailed out and
evaded.
106671 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-51B 43-6738 and crashed near Thames River Margate
East, Kent, England Apr 26, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
106672 (339th FG  504th FS) wrecked in crash landing 18 May 1944.
106673 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF0 collided in midair with P-51B 43-6714 and crashed 3 mi W of Chipping Ongar, England
Jun 7, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
106674 (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Eilenurg, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 4984.
Pilot KIA.
106675 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crshed from unknown cause NW of Nauen, Germany Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4125.
Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106676 (505th FS, 339th FG) crashed Jan 17, 1945 in vicinity of Stadthagen, Germany after hit by a/a and 
bailed out.  MACR 11864
106677 (361st FG, 375th FS) damaged by Bf 109 N of Hannover, Germany and crashed near Vechta, 50 mi NW
of Hannover Sep 12, 1944.  MACR 8704.  Pilot KIA
106678 (339th FG, 505th FS) crashed from unknown cause NW of Riesa, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 4985.  Pilot KIA
106679 (359th FG, 369th FS) crashed during wheels-up belly landing SE of La Flache, France due to
engine failure Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5623.  Pilot survived and became POW.  Escaped and helped by French
underground.
106681 (328th FS, 352nd FG) crashed from unknown cause 3/4 mi N of Thetford, Norfolk, England Aug 6, 1944.
Pilot killed.
106682 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA S of Liebenrode, 15 km W of Nordhausen, Germany 
Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4671.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
106684 (302nd FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landign at Ramitelli airfield,
Foggia, Italy Jun 27, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106685 to RAF as Mustang III SR423.  Crashed during attempted forced
landing near Rednal following engine failure Jan 21, 1945.  There is also an MACR (7663) which has this
plane as being lost Jul 26, 1944 with 354th FG, 355th FS, being shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz
Anton Schoppler of JG 5/3.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106686 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Norh Weald, Essex, England May 28, 1944.  Pilot
survived but aircraft was destroyed.
106687 to RAF as Mustang III SR426.  DBR Jun 25, 1944
106688 (361st FG, 376th FS) while returning from Ulm mission on Sept. 10, 1944 was forced to crash-land near Montdidier 
in France because of fuel problem. Pilotwas able to make contact with American troops nearby and made his way back 
to Bottisham via Amiens and Brussels. 
106689 (369th FS, 359th FG) crashed from unknown cause at unknown location Oct 2, 1944 when pilot bailed out safely.
106690 (504th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England Jun 15, 1944.
Pilot survived, badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106691 (359th FG, 369th FS) sot down by Bf 109G-6 May 29, 1944 at Dauzgin, NE of Malchin, Germany.  MACR 5548.  Pilot KIA.
106692 (370th FS, 359th FG) in landing accident at RAF East Wretham, Norfolk, England Jul 16, 1944.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106693 (359th FG, 368th FS) lost 8 km E of Schokland, Netherlands Jan 16, 1945.
MACR 11875. Pilot POW.
106694 (328th FS, 352nd FG) crashed from unknown cause somewhere in England Jul 21, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and
survived but aircraft was destroyed.
106695 (361st FG, 374th FS) crashed due to engine failure at Valkenburg/Oegstgeest, Netherlands Dec 5, 1944.  
Pilot POW.  MACR 11303.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.  Wreckage recovered 1991; Valkenburg/Oegstgeest.
106696 (357th FG, 363rd FS) collided with P-51D 44-13712 in midair 10 mi W of Sens, France Aug 10, 1944.  MACR 7779.
Pilot killed.
106698 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) crashed 20 mi E of Celle, Germany due to engine failure Apr 15, 1944.  
MACR 4070.  Pilot bailed out and became POW. 
106699 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) crashed 10 mi SW of Lisieux, France Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5620.  Pilot bailed
out and evaded.  His plane was hit by debris from exploding boxcars.
106700 (337th FG, 504th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AA W of Le Havre, France and crashed in English Channel 
Jun 10, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106701 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Obstit. Helmut Bennemann of JG 53/Stab
2 km NE of Johlingen Gondelsheim, Germany Oct 29, 1944.  MACR 10256.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106702 (368th FS, 359th FG) crashed 1 km N of Offenburg, SW of Bischwiller, France Aug 10, 1944.  MACR 7782.
Both wings broke off in a dive.  Pilot KIA.
106704 (370th FS, 359th FG) in taxiing accident at RAF East Wretham, Norfolk, England May 19, 1944.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Must have been repaired.  With 350th FS, 353rd FG in landing 
accident at RAF Raydon, Suffolk, England Apr 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
if repaired.
106705 (382st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Montcornet, France Aug 28, 1944.  MACR 87095.
Pilot believe killed.
106706 (33tth FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-14/AS flown by Hptm Iro Ilk of JG 300;3 Stab SE of 
Greifswald, NW of Stettin, Germany Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 6249.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.	
106707 (376th FS, 361st FG) in landing accident at RAF Hethel Oct 13, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
damaged, unknown if repaired.
106708 (354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Abbeville, France due to engine
failure Jun 3,1 944.  MACR 5510.  Pilot survived and became POW.
106710 (503rd FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) in forced landing at RAF Nuthampstead, Hertfordshire, England due to
engine failure Aug 11, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
106712 (354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) ditched in North Sea due to mechanical failure May 28, 1944.  MACR 5133.
Pilot killed.
106713 (374h FS, 361st FG) crashed due to bad weather at Normandy, France Jun 19, 1944.  MACR 5952.  Pilot KIA.
106714 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 2 mi S of Serracapriola, Italy Feb 28, 1945.
Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed.
106716 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed near Echaeffour, France due to engine failure Aug 7, 1944.
MACR 8225.  Pilot bailed out near Allied lines, but fate unknown
106717 (328th FS, 352nd FG) crashed at Merville-Francefille-Plage, 3 mi SE of St Omer, France due to engine
failure Jun 5, 1944.  MACR 5557.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106718 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near St Lo, France Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 8219. 
Pilot killed.
106719 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed in Adriatic Sea 5 mi off Madna, Italy due to engine failure
Sep 15, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was lost.
106720 (505th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) crashed at Chateaudun, 9 km N of Vendome, France due to engine failure
Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 5945.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106721 (357th FG, 364th FS) crashed from unknown cause in North Sea while on test flight Jan 19, 1945.  Got lost
in bad weather.  MACR 11873.  Pilot killed.
106723 (357th FS, "Moon") shot down by flak Apr 24, 1944 near Binjen.  MACR 4321.  Pilot KIA
106724 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 14th AF) crashed 10 mi No fo Klagenfurt, Austria due to engine failure
Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 7149.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
106725 (505th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England Aug 14, 1944.
Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
106726 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) salvaged at RAF Debden, Essex, England Jan 7, 1944 due to battle damage from three
Fw 190A fighters.
106727 (1st Scouting Force, 364th FG) in taxiing accident at RAF Honington, Suffolk, England and hit two
parked P-51Ds (44-14190 and 44-15411) Feb 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if
repaired.
106728 (F-6C, 160th TRS, 363rd TRG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Gumers, Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13151.
Pilot MIA and unknown if captured or killed.
106729 (381st FG, 363rd FG, 9th AF) crashed 15 mi NW of Chateaudun, France after damaged by own bomb blast.  
MACR 6293.  Pilot bailed out and was seen on the ground running to farm house, fate unknown.
106730 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, named "Reggie's Reply") crashed on takeoff at RAF Martlesham, Suffolk, England Apr 26, 1944.  Pilot
survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106731 (382st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over St Lo, France Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 7475.  Pilot killed.
106732 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Faeto Foggia, Italy Jan 9, 1945.   Pilot killed,
aircraft was destroyed.
106733 (357th FS) shot down by flak near Concour Aug 2, 1944.  MACR 7731.  Pilot POW.
106734 (381st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Tibenham, Norfolk, England May 19, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
106735 (374th FS, 361st FG) crashed due to bad weather Normandy, France Jun 19, 1944.  MACR 5954.  Pilot killed.
106736 (358th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Catfoss, Yorkshire, England Aug 29, 1944.
Pilot survived but aircraft DBR.
106737 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Dreux, France Aug 14, 1944.  MACR 8499.  Pilot
bailed out and became POW.
106738 (375th FG, 361st FG) shot down by AAA and crashed 500 m E of Hauenhorst, NE of Guterslch, Germany
Sep 26, 1944.  MACR 9244.  Pilot bailed out but was KIA.
43-7113 ... 43-7202
North American P-51B-10-NA Mustang
MSN 104-25141/25230.
7114 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) in taxiing accident when hit parked P-51B 43-7115 at Tanchuk airfield,
Kwangsi, China Jul 12, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
7115 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) hit while parked by taxiing P-51B 43-7114 at Tanchuk airfield, Kwangsi,
China Jul 12, 1944.  Aircraft was destroyed.
7116 (76th FS, 23rd FG) crashed from unknown cause between Luliang and Liuchow, China Oct 28, 1944.  MACR 10058.
Pilot killed.
7117 (HQ 311th FG) crash landed at Hisinching, China Sep 11, 1944
7118 (529th FS, 311st FG, 14th AF) crashed from unknown cause 30 mi E of Ankang, China Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13490.
Pilot bailed out and evaded and returned.
7121 (51st FG, 16th FS) crash landed at Mohanbari, India May 29, 1944
7122 (528th FS, 311th FG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Tingkawak Sakan airfield, Burma Aug 19, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
7123 (529th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) in taxiing accident at Hsian airfield, Shaanxi, China Oct 23, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
7124 (26th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) in landing accident at Kunming airfield, CHina Dec 18, 1944.  Pilot survived,
but aircraft was destroyed.
7125 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) in taxiing accident at Hanchung Airfield, Shaanxi, China Sep 29, 1944.
Only ground crew involved and none wer injured.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
7127 (528th FS, 311st FG, 14th AF) crashed from mechanical fialure 10 mi N of Tuanshichen, China Mar 24, 1945.  
MACR 13432.  Pilot bailed out and evaded and returned.
7128 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) in landing accident at Pungchacheng airfield, Zhejiang, China Oct 29, 1944.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
7131 (51st FG) lost May 30, 1944.  MACR 6083
7132 (528th FS, 311th FG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Tingkawk Sakan airfield, Burma Aug 3, 1944.  Pilot
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
7133 (23rd FG, 76th FS) crashed at Linhsien, China Jul 11, 1944
7135 to RAF as Mustang III SR434.  Crashed at Inglewhite Apr 15, 1945 after wing broke off in dive
7136 (354th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3571.  Fate of pilot unknown.
7137 (355th FG, 354th FS) shot down by Bf 109G flown by Uffz Richard Karcher of I/JG3 SW of Hamburg, Germany 
Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 7427.  Pilot KIA
7138 (363rd FG, 365th FS) shot down by AAA over Hombie, France Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6052.  Pilot bailed out and evaded
capture for 7 weeks and was picked up by US troops.
7139 (352nd FG, 487th FS) crashed between Heligoland Island and wangerooge Island in North Sea due
to engine failure Apr 4, 1944.  MACR 9250.  Pilot KIA.
7140 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF, "Arkansas Traveler") shot down probably by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Franz Stigler
of JG27/11 E of Lake Wessling, Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4318.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
7142 (355th FG, 357th FS, "Available Jones V") shot down by flak and crashed 3 m S oF Fallinghostel May 19, 1944.  
MACR 4992.  Pilot POW
7143 (357th FG, 362nd FS) crashed 10mi S of Nordhausen, Germany due to engine trouble Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7580..
Pilot bailed out and became POW
7144 to RAF as Mustang III SR428.  SOC Feb 20, 1947
7145 (352nd FG, 487th FS) force landed at Winfarthing, England Apr 24, 1944.
7146 (352nd FG, 328th FS) crashed near Arleux, 20 KM S of Douai, France after ran out of fuel Jul 19, 1944.  
MACR 6841.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
7147 (355th FG, 358th FS) lost due to structural failure during dogfight between Emmen and Emden Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3728.  Pilot KIA
7148 (363rd FG, 382nd FS, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3569.  Fate of pilot unknown.
7149 (355th FG, 358th FS, "Lois Carolyn") crashed on final approach due to flak damage Jun 8, 1944.  Pilot killed.
7150 (4th FG) collided with another Mustang Jun 8, 1944.  The other
plane sliced the tail off the plane at 2500 feet and the
pilot went in with the aircraft.  MACR 5605
7151 (31st FG, 308th FS) crashed at San Severo, Italy Sep 4, 1944.
7152 to RAF as Mustang III SR433.  Missing from bomber escort mission to Witten Dec 12,1944
7153 (352nd FG, 468th FS) lost Jun 10, 1944.  MACR 5552. 
Pilot evaded but was captured with Maquis and was executed.
7154 (332nd FG, 301st FS) crash landed at Ramitelli, Italy
Jul 19, 1944
7156 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF, "Slugger") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Otto Florian of JG3/4 SW of Gottingen near 
Wolfrade, Germany Apr 19, 1944.  MACR 4319.  Pilot KIA
7157 (435th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause over England Dec 12, 1944.  MACR 11304.
May have crashed in Southend-on-Sea or even off England in the North Sea.  Pilot killed.
7158 (4th FG, 334th FS) damaged by gunfire from P-38s May 22, 1944.  Headed
for Sweden and belly landed at Kalmar and was interned. MACR 5288
7159 to RAF as Mustang III SR440.  Wrecked when struck dispersal pen
at RAF North Weald Nov 2, 1944 after engine failed on takeoff.
7160 (352nd FG, 487th FS) in midair collision with P-51B 42-103792 and crashed at
Little Cressingham, England Jun 18, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and survived
7161 (308th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA 2 mi W of Sisak, Yugoslavia Feb 22, 1945.  MACR 11819.
Crash landed in a field, pilot survived and evaded capture with help from the partisans.
7162 crashed at Green Hill Quarry, Alveston, England Mar 1, 1944
7163 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) exploded in midair from unknown cause near Wiesbaden, Germany Nov 8, 1944.  
MACR 10186.  Pilot killed.
7164 (355th FG, 358th FS, "Pussie Jane III") lost to flake near Liburne Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5750.  Pilot POW
7165 (352nd FG, 328th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Wiebenscher of ZG 26/2 over Parchim, Germany
Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6783.  Pilot KIA.
7166 (352nd FG) crashed from unknown cause in Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3622.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
7167 (352nd FG, 487th FS) shot down by Fw 190A-6 near Noyon, France Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6250.  Pilot bailed
out and evaded.
7169 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by friendly fire by mistake at Cormolain, France Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 6680.
Pilot killed when his parachute failed to open.
7170 (355th FG, 357th FS) crashed near Royston, England Jun 11, 1945
7171 to RAF as Mustang III SR430.  Missing from sweep mission Jul 13, 1944
7172 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2 while attacking truck
convoy near Le Neibourg, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5606.  Pilot killed.
7173 (355th FG, 357th FS) ran out of fuel and crashed at Moreton,
England Jan 16, 1945.
7174 (328th FS, 352nd FG) crashed somewhere in England Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 5553.  Pilot killed.
7176 (357th FG, 362nd FS) collided with Bf 110G-2 that was just shot down E of Munich, Germany Apr 24, 1944.
MACR 4330.  Pilot bailed out but was killed 
7178 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) lost from unknown cause SWS of Brandenburg, Germany May 30, 1944.  MACR 5607.
Pilot killed.
7179 (359th FG, 370th FS) crashed from unknown cause 3 km W of Hambuhren Railroad depot, SW of Celle, Germany 
May 8, 1944.  MACR 4536.  Pilot killed.
7181 (4th FG, 335th FS, "Dragon Wagon") lost Apr 19, 1944 in Belgium.  MACR 4129
7182 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF) damaged in midair collision at Steeple Morden, England Jul 16, 1944.  Also MACR 8801
dated Sep 12, 1944, went down following Fw 190s through B-17 formation near Eberswalde, NE of Berlin, Germany, 
pilot KIA 
7183 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA NE of Celle, Germany Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4061.  Pilot 
bailed out and became POW.
7185 (352nd FG, 486th FS) crash landed near Hethel, England
Nov 4, 1944.
7187 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by small arms fire N of Combourg, France Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6253.
Pilot bailed out and evaded.
7188 (362nd FS, 357th FG) in takeoff accident at RAF Leiston airfield, Suffolk, England Jun 15, 1944.  Pilot
survived but aircraft was destroyed.
7190 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing airfield at Romorantin, France Apr 10, 1944.  
MACR 4127.  Pilot killed.
7191 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Cherbourg, France Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6289.
Pilot MIA and believed killed.
7192 (352nd FG, 487th FS) crashed near Dibholz, Germany due to engine problems  Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 3901.  Pilot bailed out
but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
7195 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA and crashed near Ruppersdorf, Germany  May 28, 1944.  MACR 5137.
Made wheels-up belly landing.  Pilot survived and became POW.
7196 (352nd FG, 486th FS) shot down by AAA over Vechta, Germany Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4066.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
7197 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) ground looped at Gael airfield A-31, Brittany, France Aug 15, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
7198 (352nd FG, 486th FS) shot down by AAA at Lenting, 7 km N of Ingolstaft, Germany Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4312.  Pilot KIA
7199 (359th FG, 369th FS) shot down by AAA at LaFleche, France Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5592.  Pilot bailed out
and became POW.
7201 (326th Service Group, 461st Service Squadron, 9th AF) crash landed during wheels-up belly landing
at Lignerolles, France Aug 14, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
7202 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen) ground looped at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy Sep 20, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
43-12502 ... 43-13201
Noorduyn AT-16-ND 
MSN 14A-801/1500.  North American AT-16 built under license by Noorduyn Aviation. 
Delivered to Great Britain as Harvard IIB FS661/FS999 and FT100/FT460.
12507 (MSN 14A-806) to RAF as FS666.  To Swedish AF as 16081 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
12509 (MSN 14A-808) to RCAF as FS668 (Klu records show 12509 as FE998).
SOC by RCAF 12/4/1946.  To LLN 9/29/49 as B-182.  SOC.  Became PH-TBR.
At DVM 11/21/1966.  Went to LETS/Deelen Aug 1972.  
Moved to Gilze-Rijen Sept 1976 where it was rebuilt as
A "Thunderbolt" with s/n "43-12509".  Rebuilt as
Fokker D.XXI in Aug 1987 with serial "141".
12513 (MSN 14A-812) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS672.  To Swedish AF as 16040 1947-1971.  Probably scrapped.
12514 (MSN 14A-813) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS673.  To Swedish AF as 16079 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
12522 (MSN 14A-821) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS681.  To Swedish AF as 16082 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
12564 (MSN 14A-863) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS723. To Klu as B-113.  Destroyed when F-84F P-111 (52-7145) crashed into hangar 
at Gilze-Rijen, Netherland Oct 30, 1961.
12569 (MSN 14A-868) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS728 with RCAF.  To KLu 
as FS728, reserialed B-104.  To civilian registry as PH-SKL,
G-BAFM, HB-RCP.  An identity of 8104 is quoted (maybe SAAF?) which
was NTU, remaining FS728, but it could be a mistype for the later
Dutch serial of B-104.
12575 (MSN 14A-874) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS734.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AB.  To Turkish AF as 7363 Oct 6, 1955.
12601 (MSN 14A-900) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS760.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AC.  To Turkish AF as 7351 Oct 4, 1955.
12604 (MSN 14A-903) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS763.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AD.  To Turkish AF as 7359 Oct 5, 1955.
12612 (MSN 14A-911) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS771. To Netherland AF as B-137. Destroyed when F-84F P-111 (52-7145)
crashed into hangar at Gilze-Rijen, Netherland Oct 30, 1961.
12613 (MSN 14A-912) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS772.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AF.  To Turkish AF as 7375 Sep 18, 1957.
12626 (MSN 14A-927) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS787.  SOC Sep 1947.  To Indian AF as HT-291  Retired in 1968 and
preserved at Indian Air Force Museum at Palam Air Force Station, Delhi with the Indian Vintage Flight.
Registered as G-CGYM Dec 7, 2011 for restoration to airworthy condition.
12647 (MSN 14A-946) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS806.  To Norwegian AF.
To Turkish AF as 7371 Sep 18, 1957.
12667 (MSN 14A-966) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS826.  Then to Danish
AF as 31-309, then became OY-IIB.  Crashed Jun 18, 2005 during a rehearsal formation flight prior to RDAF
annual airshow.  2 killed.
12671 (MSN 14A-970) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS830. To Netherland AF as B-25. Destroyed when F-84F P-111 (52-7145)
crashed into hangar at Gilze-Rijen, Netherland Oct 30, 1961.
12703 (MSN 14A-1002) diverted to RCAF as FS862.  To Swedish AF as 16057 1947-1968.  Probably scrapped.
12708 (MSN 14A-1007) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS867.  To Swedish AF as 16037 1947-1967.  Scraspped after crash
12711 (MSN 14A-1010) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS870.  To Swedish AF as 16014 1947-1971.  Scrapped after crash
12712 (MSN 14A-1011) diverted to RCAF as FS871.  To Swedish AF as 16055 1947-1968.  Scrapped after crash.
12714 (MSN 14A-1013) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS873.  To Swedish AF as 16084 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
Scrapped.
12716 (MSN 14A-1015) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS875.  To Swedish AF as 16003 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
Scrapped.
12719 (MSN 14A-1018) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS878.  To Swedish AF as Sk 16A 16085 1947-1961.  Scrapped after crash.
12728 (MSN 14A-1027) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS887.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AI.  To Turkish AF as 7352 Oct 10, 1955
12739. To RAF as FS900. (3rd FTS) lost propeller blade and crashed into sea 4 mi NW of Downham Market, 
UK Apr 5, 1954. Pilot bailed out but died.
12748 (MSN 14A-1047) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS907.  To Norwegian AF as M-AL.  To Turkish AF as 7372 Sep 18, 1957
12758 (MSN 14A-1057) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS917.  To Royal Danish AF as 31-310.
12774 (MSN 14A-1073) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS933.  Crash landed and w/o near Landhi, India Nov 4, 1944
12791 (MSN 14A-1090) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS950.  W/o in landing accident at Landhi,
India Nov 4, 1944
12798 (MSN 14A-1097) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS957.  To Swedish AF as 16048 1947-1957.  Scrapped
12799 (MSN 14A-1098) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS958, then to Swedish AF as 16073 1947-1969.
Registration SE-FVU reserved Apr 7, 2006, taken up by by Vastgota
Veteranflygforening of Satenas Jun 15, 2006.
12801 (MSN 14A-1100) to RCAF as FS960 (Klu records show 12801 as FH124).
SOC by RCAF 10/2/1946.  Taken on LLN strength 10/15/49
as B-184.  SOC at DVM 7/18/66.  Moved to Klu Museum
at Soesterberg in 1968.  At end of 1990 moved to
Stichting Vleigsport at Gilze-Rijen to be rebuilt
to flying condition.  Will be operated by Dutch AF
Historic Flight as PH-IBY
12802 (MSN 14A-1101) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS961.  To Swedish AF as Fv16078 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
12803 (MSN 14A-1102) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS962.  To Swedish AF as 16080 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped.
12806 (MSN 14A-1105) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS965.  To Norwegian AF as
M-BC.  To Turkish AF as 7376 Sep 18, 1957
12807 (MSN 14A-1106) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS966, later to Swedish AF as Fv16077 1947-1969.  Registered VH-NZI 1983.
To VH-JHP 1995.  To VH-TXN 1996.
12808 (MSN 14A-1107) diverted to RCAF as FS967.  To Swedish AF as 16016 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
12809 (MSN 14A-1108) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS968.  To Swedish AF as 16011 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
12813 (MSN 14A-1112) to RAF as Harvard IIB FS972.  To Swedish Af as 16116 19478-1970.  Probably scrapped.
12841 to RAF as FT100. To Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force. Stalled and crashed at Aberdeen Island, Hong Kong 
May 20, 1956. Solo pilot killed.
12859 (MSN 14A-1158) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT118.  Registered
G-BHZL Jun 6, 2000.
12879 (MSN 14A-1178) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT138.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AP.  To Turkish AF as 7353 Oct 4, 1955
12881 (MSN 14A-1180) used in England as communications aircraft by 361st FG
12885 (MSN 14A-1184) to RAF as FT144.  To Dutch AF as B-59.
Became PH-KLU.  
12888 (MSN 14A-1187) to RAF as FT147.  
12904 (MSN 14A-1203) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT163.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AS.  To Turkish AF as 7369 Sep 18, 1957
12917 (MSN 14A-1216) to RAF as FT176.  To Netherlands as B-56
12956 made belly landing near Montreal Airport Oct 30, 1943.   Slight damage
12961 (MSN 14A-1260) to RAF as FT220.  To Netherlands as B-57
12962 (MSN 14A-1261) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT221.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AU.  To Turkish AF as 7361 Oct 5, 1955
12968 (MSN 14A-1267) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT227.  DBR at RAF Meir (Stoke on
Trent), England Dec 18, 1944.
12969 (MSN 14A-1268) to RAF as FT228.  Taken over by Netherlands in 1947 as
Klu B-73.  May never have entered service.  Now in museum
storage at Badhoevedorp.  Seen in 2006 at Aviodrome, Lelystad
12970 (MSN 14A-1269) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT229. To Dutch AF as B-45. To PH-SKM.  To 
G-AZKI 1971. To F-AZDS 1984.  Had French 'experimental/test' registration 
F-WZDS before becoming F-AZDS
12974 (MSN 14A-1273) to RAF as FT233.  To KLu as B-61 in 1946. SOC Sep 15, 1948
12977 (MSN 14A-1276) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT236.  Repossessed by USAAF.  Crash landed
and w/o at Boxted, England Feb 7, 1945.
12978 (MSN 14A-1277) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT237.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AU.  To Turkish AF as 7361 Oct 10, 1955
12989 (MSN 14A-1288) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT248. To Netherland AF as B-74. Destroyed when F-84F P-111 (52-7145)
crashed into hangar at Gilze-Rijen, Netherland Oct 30, 1961.
12993 (MSN 14A-1292) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT252.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AV.  To Turkish AF as 7374 Sep 18, 1957
13005 (MSN 14A-1304) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT264.  To Norwegian AF as
M-AW.  To Turkish AF as 7365 Oct 6, 1955
13007 (MSN 14A-1306) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT266.  To Swedish AF as 16031 1947-1963.  Scrapped after crash
13013 (MSN 14A-1312) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT272.  To Swedish AF as 16112 1947-1971.  Being
rebuilt
13015 (MSN 14A-1314) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT274.  To Swedish AF as 16065 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
Scrapped.
13016 (MSN 14A-1315) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT275.  To Swedish AF as 16049 1947-1954.  Scrapped after crash.
13017 (MSN 14A-1316) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT276.  To Swedish AF as 16050 1947-1956.  Scrapped after crash.
13018 (MSN 14A-1317) diverted to RCAF as FT277.  To Swedish AF as 16039 1947-1969.  Scrapped after crash.
13033 (MSN 14A-1332) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT292.  To Swedish AF as 16088 1947-1949.  Scrapped after crash
13037 (MSN 14A-1336) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT296.  To Swedish AF as 16001 1947-1968.  Probably scrapped.
13050 (MSN 14A-1349) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT309.  To Norwegian AF as M-AX.  To Turkish AF as 7370 Sep 18, 1957
13057 (MSN 14A-1356) to RAF as FT316.  To KLu as B-63.  SOC Apr 8, 1949. 
13064 (MSN 14A-1363) to RCAF as Harvard 2B FT323.  To KLu as B-19.  To civilian registry
as PH-SKK, G-AZSC.
13067 (MSN 14A-1366) to RAF as FT326.  To KLu as B-62 in 1946.  SOC Jul 23, 1948
13098 (MSN 14A-1397) to RAF as FT456.  To KLu as B-60 in 1946.  SOC Feb 3, 1949.
13116 (MSN 14A-1415) to RAF as FT375.  Became G-BWUL Jul 4, 1996.
Then became N16NA,then G-BWUL again Jun 11, 1999.  Flies
in RAF colors.
13120 (MSN 14A-1419) to RAF, later to Dutch AF with serial B-66
13121 (MSN 14A-1420) preserved at Historiske Forening Museet, Denmark
13132 (MSN 14A-1431) to RAF as Harvard IIB FT391. To Dutch AF as B-97. To PH-HON.  To 
G-AZBN 1971.
13133 (MSN 14A-1432) to RAF as FT392
13145 (MSN 14A-1444) to RAF as FT404.  To KLu as B-71.  To civil registry as PH-MLM
13149 (MSN 14A-1448) to RAF as FT408. To Klu as B-29. Destroyed when F-84F P-111 (52-7145) crashed 
into hangar at Gilze-Rijen, Netherland Oct 30, 1961.
13160 (MSN 14A-1459) to RAF as FT419.  Taken over by the Netherlands at No.
10 M.U, Hullavington 11/5/1947.  Served with Klu as B-103
SOC 3/21/1963.  Now on display at Militair 
Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp Zeist.
13163 (MSN 14A-1462) to RAF as FT422.  Later to Netherlands AF as B-67.  On display in Czech Aviation Museum
at Kbely, outside Prague, Czech Republic in Oct 2010
13168 (MSN 14A-1467) to RCAF as Harvard IIB FT427.  To KLu as FT427, later
reserialled B-118.  To civilian registry as PH-IIB.
13195 (MSN 14A-1494) to RAF as FT454. To Netherlands as B-84. To Dutch Navy
perhaps as KM-098.  Now OO-DAF, registered 
to Colonel E. Vormezeele, painted in  Belgian Air Force colour scheme 
43-17149 ... 43-17173
Douglas C-54B-10-DO Skymaster
MSN 18349/18373
17149 (MSN 18349) by 1956 was N90450 of Alaska Airlines Inc
17150 (MSN 18350/DO124) to Flying Tiger Lines in 1948 as N86574.  Crashed 3 km S of Issaquah, WA
on approach to Boeing Field Jan 7, 1953.  All 7 onboard killed.
17151 (MSN 18351) crashed in bad weather 6 mi SW of Tezgaon,
India Jun 14, 1945.
17152 (MSN 18352) involved in midair collision near Barrackpore,
India Jan 17, 1945.  Also listed as suffering structural
failure due to weather Apr 6, 1945.  Must have survived
since by 1956 was N44994 of Trans World Airlines
17153 (MSN 18353/DO127) bought by Braniff Airways Nov 1945 as N88818.  Leased by Northwest Airlines Jun 1946
returned Jun 1947.  Bought by Chicago and Southern Jan 20, 1949.  Bought by Northwest Airlines in 1951.
Bought by Aircraft Holding Inc Apr 11, 1961.  Bought by First National City Bank of New York
Apr 14, 1961.  Leased by Air New-Mex Inc Apr 14, 1961, bought Sep 1961.  Bought by Icelandair Sep 19, 1963
named "Snaefaxi" and registered TF-AKB.  Bought by Greenlandair Oct 11, 1963 registered OY-FAJ and
named "Sululik".  WFU and stored Sondred, Greenland Dec 1970.  Scrapped in Kangerlussuaq (BGSF).  To fire
dump Nov 1971.  Remains broken up mid 1980s.
17154 (MSN 18354/DO128) bought by National Skyways in 1946 and registered N67548, new name Flying Tigers
Line in 1946.  Bought by Western Sky Industries in 1954.  Bought by Transocean Airlines in 1955,
bought by California Eastern Airlines in 1956.  Bought by Air Vietnam Nov 13, 1957 and registered F-VNBN.
Reregistered Aug 1959 as XV-NUA.  Destroyed 1962.
17155 (MSN 18355) to civilian registry as N95408. Sold to Aerovias Interamericanas 
de Panama as HP-358. Sold to Aerovias Ecuatorianas as HC-AHJ. Sold to RIPSA of 
Peru as OB-R-849.
17156 (MSN 18356/DO130) to RFC Dec 18, 1944.  To Northwest Airlines as N95414.
To Flying Tiger Line Feb 19, 1954.  Leased to Ariana Afghan Airlines Jun 1957
as YA-BAJ.  Returned to Flying Tiger Line Jul 1957 as N95414.  Bought by
Pacific Western Airlines Jul 1957 as CF-PWA.  Bought by Transair
1960 as CF-TAM.  Bought by Kenting Aviation in 1966 as CF-KAD.
Bought by Worldways Airline 19765, bought by Airmotive Europe Feb 19, 1978.
To Nile Delta Airways (NTU).  To Hercules Global Airlines 1978 WFU and
stored Cairo, Egypt.  Bought by Onyx Aviation May 12, 1978 as N32DR.  To
Gritt and Grunts Mar 12, 1979.  Bought by Oklahoma Aircraft Corp Dec 14, 1979.
Bought by Aeroborne Enterprises Jun 18, 1980.  Bought by Commercial Aircraft
Corp of Yukon OK Jan 20, 1982.  WFU and stored McAllen TX.  May have been
scrapped there.
17157 (MSN 18357/DO131) assigned to All Weather Flight Center damaged Jan 2, 1946 in takeoff accident at 
Lockbourne AAB, OH.  WFU and stored 1971.
17158 (MSN 18358) to US Navy as BuNo 90385
17159 (MSN 18359) became N79072.  By 1956 was YK-AAQ of Syrian Airways Co.
17160 (MSN 18360) on civil registry as N90448, sold to France as F-BFCQ.
17161 (MSN 18362) suffered ground accident at Tezgaon, India Nov 25, 1944. Details
and consequences not known.
17162 (134 TCG) crashed 3 mi W of Sinbo, Burma Apr 21, 1945.
17163 to Pan American Airways as N88907 *Clipper Fleetwing* in 
1946.  Later *Clipper McKim*.  By 1955 name was "Clipper
Ann McKim"
17164 to Pan American Airways as N88940 *Clipper Aurora* in 1946.  In 1953 user
was Flying Tiger Lines.
17165 (MSN 18365/DO139) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo ????  09/46 to Eastern Airlines, Inc. as 
N88727, side no 716.  November 01, 1949 on a flight from Boston-Logan, MA to 
Washington-National, DC as Flight 537 while on final approach to runway 03 was in a 
midair collision with a Bolivian Air Force P-38L-5-LO, (ex 44-26927 MSN 422-7931) with 
the registration of NX26927. From the C-54B, 4 crew, 51 PAX fatal. From the P-38, the 
Bolivian test pilot survived, both aircraft were destroyed. It was (at the time) the worst 
plane crash in the history of civil aviation.  The P-38 pilot was accused of causing the 
accident, later tried and cleared of the charges, which are now believed to have been an ATC error.
17166 (MSN 18366) by 1957 was N90420 of Slick Airways.  Previously
with American Airlines.
17167 (MSN 18367) to civil registry as 4X-ADC.  By 1953 was N30058 of Flying
Tiger Lines
17168 (MSN 18368) to Pacific Overseas Airlines, Ltd as NC79068 in Jun 1946.  To
Pacific Overseas Airlines (Siam), Ltd at HS-PC204 in 1947.  Reregistered as HS-POA
in 1950.  Destroyed by fire during attempted overweight takeoff from
Don Muang, Thailand Jul 13, 1951.  According to Landings database, this plane is on
US civil registry as N837M, but this actually BuNo 17168.
17169 (MSN 18369) by 1956 was N95415 of Northwest Airlines.
17170 (MSN 18370/D0144) to CNAC, China as XT-T03, later XT-100, then N8344C, later to
Colonial Airlines, then absorbed into Eastern Airlines Jun 1, 1956 as N4720.
To Javelin Airways as N100J.  Nov 1, 1962 to Trans Meridian Flying Services as
G-ARXJ.  To Rutas Aereas Panamenas SA (RAPSA of Panama) as HP-451, OO-FAK.
WFU
17171 (MSN 18371) suffered engine failure at Kunming, China
Jan 10, 1945, presumably crashed as crew reported to have
bailed out.
17172 (MSN 18372) to US Navy as BuNo 90386
17173 (MSN 18373) to US Navy as BuNo 90387
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.
43-48913 ... 43-49262
Douglas C-47B-10-DK
MSN 26174/26523 (originally allocated MSN 14729/15078)
49018, 49023, 49028, 49077, 49082, 49087, 
49098,49108,49118, 49128,49138, 49182,49192, 
49202, 49212, 49222, 49227,49232,49237,
49242, 49247,49252, 49257, 49262 completed 
as C-47B-11-DK
48922, 48932, 48952, 49006, 49016 completed 
as C-47B-13-DK
49034/49076 completed as TC-47B-10-DK.
49146, 49226, 49256 completed as C-47B-13-DK
48913 (MSN 26174/14729) to VC-47B, then to VC-47D.  With 20th Tactical Fighter Wing in Jun 1970 and retired to Davis-Monthan 
AFB on Jun 3, 1971
48914 (MSN 26175/14730) w/o Nov 26, 1944 in crash 2 mi E of Leige, Belgium
48915 (MSN 26176/14731) w/o Feb 15, 1946 in takeoff accident 2 mi E of Orlando, Florida
48916 (MSN 26177/14732) converted to AC-47D.  To MASDC
48917 (MSN 26178/14733) to Honduran AF as 315.
48918 (MSN 26179/14734) to US civil registry as N86448.  To Spanish AF as T.3-37
48920 (MSN 26181/14736) w/o Feb 12, 1951 reportedly w/o
48921 (MSN 26182/14737) converted to AC-47D.  Crashed into sea near Cam Ranh Bay,
South Vietnam Apr 26, 1967 afer mechanical failure.  7 killed.
48922 (MSN 26183/14738) by 1954 was PP-VBA of S A Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
48923 (MSN 26184/14739) became N5290.  By 1955 was CV-HVM of
Quebecair, Inc.  To civilian registry as N7148C.
Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PHI-516 and 
later re-registered OB-R-516.
48924 (MSN 26185/14740) w/o Dec 14, 1944 in takeoff accident at Aldermaston, UK
48925 (MSN 26186/14741) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down in Laos Jun 3, 1966, 6 MIA
48927 (MSN 26188/14743) to MASDC
46928 (MSN 26189/14744) to Colombian AF as 653A 
48929 (MSN 26190/14745) converted to AC-47D.  To South Vietnam AF.
48930 (MSN 26191/14746) w/o Jul 26, 1953 Chun Chon AB, South Korea
48931 (MSN 26192/14747) to Belgian AF for spares and sold to French AF as 348931 and was operated.
48932 (MSN 26193/14748) on static display at 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial
Museum at Fort Bragg, NC.
48933 (MSN 26194/14749) converted to EC-47P.  Damaged Dec 3, 1944 (t/off accident) Folkingham, UK
48935 (MSN 26196/14751) w/o Apr 6, 1945 in crash 20 mi NW of Limburg, Germany
48936 (MSN 26197/14752) w/o Jan 23, 1947 in crash 6 mi N of Sand Point NAS, Alaska
48938 (MSN 26199/14754) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 19696
48940 (MSN 26201/14756) w/o in takeoff accident Mar 23, 1950 at Rome-Griffiths AB, New York.  2 killed.
48943 (MSN 26204/14759) w/o May 6, 1945 at Landau, Germany when ground-looped
48944 (MSN 26205/14760) lost Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13686
48945 (MSN 26206/14761) with 509 AG, 393 TS, Crashed 2 mi W of Heerford, TX Dec 1, 1947.
48946 (MSN 26207/14762) to Khymer AF Aug 13, 1970 as 348946
48947 (MSN 26208/14763) converted to EC-47P.
48948 (MSN 26209/14764) to US civil registry as N3261F, to Philippine civil registry as RP-C3, the RP-C74.
destroyed while refuelling at Manila 1982.
48949 MSN 26210/14765) w/o Dec 13, 1966  Vietnam ??
48950 (MSN 26211/14766) on civil registry as N834M
48951 (MSN 26212/14767) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150189 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
were handed over to USN Jul 1961. 
48952 (MSN 26213/14768) to MASDC Apr 9, 1970
48953 (MSN 26214/14769) to JC-47D with AF Systems Command. To MASDC Apr 25, 1970.
48954 (MSN 26215/14770) w/o May 31, 1951 in takeoff accident at Griffin AB, Georgia
48955 (MSN 26216/14771) to N4112, CF-ILS, N7862B then to Spanish civil registry EC-ANV with Subsecretaria de 
Aviacion Civil.  Scrapped Madrid 1980.
48956 (MSN 26217/14772) w/o in landing accident Feb 15, 1945 at Vernouillet, France 
48957 (MSN 26218/14773, C-47J) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150190 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
were handed over to USN Jul 1961. Then back to USAF as 43-48957.  Was at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins 
AFB, GA. but moved 2000 or 2001 to Niagara Falls, New York.  In 2010 on static display at Niagara Falls AFR base, but 
painted up as 43-15851, an original aircraft of the 3rd Combat Cargo Squadron.
48958 (MSN 26219/14774) w/o Dec 18, 1952 crash 19 miles N of Guercif, Morocco
48959 (MSN 26220/14775) converted to EC-47Q.  Crashed on takeoff from Pleiku AB, Vietnam
Sept 30, 1969. Crew suffered only minor injuries.
48960 (MSN 26221/14776) converted to VC-47D, to Khymer AF as 348960 Sep 8, 1970.
48961 (MSN 26222/14777) w/o Nov 11, 1966, South Vietnam
48968 (MSN 26229/14784) to USSR Oct 22, 1944
48969 (MSN 26230/14785) to USSR Oct 24, 1944
48970 (MSN 26231/14786) to USSR Nov 20, 1944
48971 (MSN 26232/14787) to USSR Nov 6, 1944
48972 (MSN 26233/14788) to USSR Nov 30, 1944
48974 (MSN 26235/14790) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ943.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48975 (MSN 26236/14791) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ944.  Wrecked when tire
burst on takeoff, aircraft swung and undercarriage collapsed,
Imphal Jan 28, 1945.
48976 (MSN 26237/14792) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ945.  Sold Mar 1, 1961, To VR-OAI, to 9M-ANE, to XU-HAK. became VR-SEI
48977 (MSN 26238/14793) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ946.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
48978 (MSN 26239/14794) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ947.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 23, 1952.  to Chadian AF as 48978/TT-LAD
48979 (MSN 26240/14795) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ948.  Wrecked when belly landed
in padi field after engine failed on takeoff, Comilla Jan 20, 1945.
48980 (MSN 26241/14786) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ949.  SOC Nov 4, 1948.
48981 (MSN 26242/14797) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ950.  Transferred to Greek AF Aug 18, 1949.  SX-ECD. Was stored by the 
Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority at Athens/ Hellenikon airport, Greece. Now reported at a Russian bar nearby
48982 (MSN 26243/14798) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ951.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
Listed as being w/o Mar 6, 1946 at Jakarta airport, Indonesia.
48983 (MSN 26244/14799) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ952.  To Air Charter as G-AMSR, to
Wenela Air Services as ZS-DJZ operated by Surrey Flying Service,
Suidwes Lugdiens Temp. Regd as VP-YSO for Wenela Rhodesia, Return
to ZS-DJZ for Air Namibia, Temp Reg as KA-TCA (Air Katanga), next to
Genrec as 9Q-CGC, to Inter-Fret Transport Aerien as 9G-CGW, to ITAB (Air
Katanga) still as 9G-CGW.  In 1989 to CS-AZL with Ragusa Aeromundo, leased
to Air Umbrial.  Now on sale in Italy.
48984 (MSN 26245/14800) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ953. Crashed when took off
with rudder locked, Tulihal Aug 5, 1945
48985 (MSN 26246/14801) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ954.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
48986 (MSN 26247/14802) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ955.  Destroyed by time
bomb, Khormaksar May 29, 1965.
48987 (MSN 26248/14803) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ956, then loaned to RCAF as Dakota IV KJ956.  
Renumbered 12949 in 1970.
48988 (MSN 26249/14804) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ957. W/o Oct 23, 1945 when flew into clouds at 14,000 feet 20 mi E of 
Chiranga, India and disappeared.  Aircraft was never found.  American teacher in Burma (2002) was given bone 
fragment by Burmese priest;   DNA testing/investigation by US DOD determined it was remains 
of USAAF pilot 2/Lt V.L.Gibb & it was interred in his native Kansas  (2014);
48989 (MSN 26250/14805) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ958.  DBR when force landed
after engine caught fire, Comilla Dec 31, 1944.
48990 (MSN 26251/14806) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ959.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 27, 1947, then to Belgian AF as K23 
(call sign OT-CNM) then to French AF as 48990.  Then to Mauritania AF as 5T-MAE.  
To Niger AF as 48990/5U-MAB
48991 (MSN 26252/14807) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ960.  converted to AC-47.  To Royal Hellenic AF as C-47 
KJ960 (ex RAF) and was noted in Hellenic AF Museum at Dekelia AB, Athens 1997 and was stated 
to be ex 43-48991. 
48992 (MSN 26253/14808) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ961. SOC Feb 22, 1960.
48993 (MSN 26254/14809) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ962.  Dove into ground
after reporting engine problems during supply dropping mission
Betu Melintang, Kelantan, Malaya Aug 19, 1948
48994 (MSN 26255/14810) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ963.  Returned to USAAF
May 10, 1947
48995 (MSN 26256/14811) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ964.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 29, 1953.			
48996 (MSN 26257/14812) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ965.  DBR when struck
while parked by Beaufighter KW404 Mar 14, 1945.
48998 (MSN 26259/14814) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ966.  Returned to USAAF 
Nov 18, 1946.  Registered to Swissair Jan 30,1947
as HB-IRL.  Sold to owner in Congo 1961.
48999 (MSN 26260/14815) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ967.  Sold Dec 21, 1947 to Air
Maroc (Ste Marocaine De Constructions Aeronautiques) as F-BEIO.
To CATI (Societe Campagnie Aerienne De Trasnports Indochinois)
as F-BEIO.  To Air Outre-Mer (French Overseas Departments and Territories) 
as F-BEIO.   Leased to STAEO (Societe Translantique Aerienne 
en Extreme Orient) as F-BEIO and returned to Air Outre-Mer. 
Crashed on landing at Hanio-Gia Lam Airport, Vietnam Sep 4, 1954.
49000 (MSN 26261/14816) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ968.  SOC Mar 12, 1948
49001 (MSN 26262/14817) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ969.  Returned to USAAF Jun 1,1947
49002 (MSN 26263/14818) to US Navy as BuNo 50759
49003 (MSN 26264/14819) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ970.  Flew into ground
on BABS approach 2 mi SE of Lubeck Mar 22, 1949.
49004 (MSN 26265/14820) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ971.  Wrecked when
crash landed after one prop feathered itself and other engine
switched off in error, Middle Aston Feb 1,1947
49005 (MSN 26266/14821) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ972.  SOC Jul 3, 1950
49007 (MSN 26268/14823) to US Navy as BuNo 50760.
49008 (MSN 26269/14824) to MASDC.  To MAP Nov 1972
49009 (MSN 26270/14825) converted to EC-47P from RC-4P.  To MAP Nov 6, 1972.  To South Vietnam AF
49010 (MSN 26271/14826) converted to AC-47D. To Royal Laotian AF
Jun 8, 1970.  Later to Khymer AF.  To Thai AF from Khymer
AF as L2-46/18 Nov 11, 1975.  SOC Apr 23, 1991.  Derelict at Don Muang
by 1995.  Displayed at Vietnam War Veterans Memorial Museum, Surasri
Army Camp, Kanchanaburi.
49011 (MSN 26272/14827) became NC79001.  By 1954 was PP-PCU of Panair do Brasil
49012 (MSN 26273/14828) diverted to US Navy as R4D-6 50761.  
49013 (MSN 26274/14829) to VC-47B, to RC-47P, then to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 8, 1972
49014 (MSN 26275/14830) w/o Apr 18, 1961 Struck Mt Parker, Hong Kong 14 lost, 1 ok on flight (Hong Kong to Taiwan)
49015 (MSN 26276/14831) to MASDC Jun 17, 1964.  To MAP 1965.
49017 (MSN 26278/14833) to Navy as BuNo 50762
49018 (MSN 26279/14834) w/o Jun 7, 1946 in crash 20 mi N of Agadir, Morocco
49019 (MSN 26280/14835) w/o Nov 10, 1969  reportedly w/o
49021 (MSN 26282/14837) to VC-47B.  Assigned 501st Air Service Group [noted Apr48]
Converted to AC-47D gunship.  Lost Sep 1, 1969, Long Khanh Province, SVN.
Was assigned to the 4th Special Operations Sqdn, 14 SOW, and was attached to the 
4th SOS's unit at Bien Hoa Air Base.  Launched from Bien Hoa 1 on a night patrol 
mission and was directed to assist friendly troops who were under enemy attack about 
20 miles east of Bien Hoa. 43-49021 arrived at the scene and started firing- it was 
subsequently hit in the starboard wing and engine by ground fire and crashed about 900 
feet up on the side of Nui Loc Su mountain (a small volcanic cone about 18 miles east of 
Bien Hoa). The entire USAF crew of 8 were KIA.
49024 (MSN 26285/14840) to VC-47B.  W/o Dec 2, 1959 in crash 10 mi N of Oslo, Norway.  4 killed.
49025 (MSN 26286/14841) to Guatemala AF as 550 Jun 1969.  WFU Sep 2006
49026 (MSN 26287/14842) to VC-47B.  SOC Jul 13, 1965
49027 (MSN 26288/14843) to US Navy as BuNo 50764.
49028 (MSN 26289) damaged Sep 4, 1945 in landing Chungking, China.  Condemned for salvage Sep 4, 1945.
49029 (MSN 26290/14845) to AC-47D.  I also have this as being EC-47D.  To MAP Nov 15, 1967
49030 (MSN 26291/14846) struck high ground near Independence Lake, CA Oct 26, 1950. 4 killed.
49031 (MSN 26292/14847). To Colombian AF as FAC 654A. Converted 
to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 26) and reserialled FAC 1654
49035 (MSN 26296/14851) to Belgian AF OO-AUW  (Jul 1947), to N6903 (Jul 1973), to XB-DIY (Dec 1973) 
to N6903 (Oct 1977)
49036 (MSN 26297/14852) to OO-AUW
49038 (MSN 26299) To N8383 and flown to Turin Caselle Airport, Italy Jun 14, 1988 where it is now displayed
as I-LEON, USAAF serial 41-7816 in 1947 livery of LAI, Linee Aeree Italiane.
49039 (MSN 26300) w/o Nov 8, 1951 in takeoff accident Haneda AB, Japan.
49040 (MSN 26301) w/o Oct 19, 1951 in crash 18 mi NW of Miami AB, Florida
49041 (MSN 26302) w/o Oct 13, 1950 in crash 3 mi W of St Claire, Alabama due to engine failure.
49044 (MSN 26305) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend Lease Nov 15, 1944
49045 (MSN 26306) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend Lease Nov 15, 1944.  Damaged Sep 29, 1947 (landing) Los Caritos A/p, Chile.
To Thailand AF as 49045, then to Thai Navy.
49046 (MSN 26307) to China under Lend-Lease Dec 8, 1944
49047 (MSN 26308) Lend-Lease to French AF
49048 (MSN 26309) Lend-Lease to French AF
49049 (MSN 26310/14865) Lend-Lease to French AF.  To IDF/AF as 036. W/o Jul 10, 1980. 4 killed.
49050 (MSN 26311) Lend-Lease to French AF
49051 (MSN 26312) Lend-Lease to French AF
49052 (MSN 26313) Lend-Lease to French AF
49063 (MSN 26324/14879) as C-FADD of Air Manitoba crashed May 11, 1987 near Pickle Lake, Ontario.
49077 (MSN 26337/14893) damaged May 3, 1945 (landing) Kano A/p, BWA
49078 (MSN 26338/14894) damaged Apr 1, 1947 (landing) Wiesbaden Aaf, West Germany
49079 completed as C-47B-14-DK
49078, 49079 to VC-47B
49081 (MSN 14897/26342) to Iberia Oct 10, 1963 as EC-ASF, to Spanish AF Apr 12, 1966 
as T3-64. Became N1350M October 1981; to Airlift Museum, Frankfurt-Rhein/Main 
Mar 25, 1986 and 1988 on display in USAF colours.  Still there Jun 2004.
49082 (MSN 14898/26343) as HK-3993-_) on display Mar 2014 in Museo Aereo Fenix, Cali, Colombia.
49083 (MSN 14899/26344) w/o Sep 29, 1954 Komaki Afb, Japan
49084 (MSN 14900/26345) w/o Dec 28, 1952 in Tokyo Bay on approach.
49085 (MSN 14901/26346) to Khmer AF as 349085 Sep 24, 1970.
49088 (MSN 26349)  to NC79004 then to Syria as SR-AAD
49089 (MSN 14905/26350) attached to 37AW at Atkinson Field, BGA (British Guiana) had minor accidents on Apr 9,1946 and Jul 7, 1946. 
transferred to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg.349089, call sign F-RAZY for service in French Indo China. 
Dec 19, 1954 destroyed in French Indo China.
49090 (MSN 26351/14906) to MASDC May 7, 1973.  To MAP Dec 1, 1977
49092 (MSN 26353) to Navy as BuNo 50772
49093 (MSN 26354/14909) w/o Nov 25, 1953 Bowling Green, VA
49094 (MSN 26355) to COSARA Apr 1948 as F-BEIT, later to STAEO.  To
Air VietNam as F-BEIT, reregistered as XV-NIE.  W/o Nov 17, 1973
when went missing on flight from Saigon to Quang Ngai.
27 killed.
49095 (MSN 26356) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D. To Cambodia AF May 22, 1973.  To Thai Navy as 49095.  
Noted derelict by May 1997
49096 (MSN 26357) to El Salvador AF as 103 Apr 1963.  W/o Sep 10, 1965.
49098 (MSN 26359) to VC-47B. To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  To Colombian AF under MAP Dec 1, 1977.
49099 (MSN 26360) to civilian registry as N87657. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBO-676 
and later re-registered OB-R-676.
49100 (MSN 26361) to VC-47B, then to EC-47P.  Crashed Oct 8, 1969 due to inflight fire in
mission out of Phu Cat AB, Vietnam.  All crew killed.
49101 (MSN 26362) to NC79007 then to Syria as SR-AAE to YK-AAE Mar 1951 W/o Feb 24, 1956.
49102 (MSN 26363) to N1399N
49103 (MSN 26364) to AC-47D
49105 (MSN 26366) damaged Aug 17, 1950 La Sabana AB, San Jose, Costa Rica
49106 (MSN 14922/26367) assigned to Olmsted AFB, PA. 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 5, 1961 to Jun 30, 1967
Assigned to Langley AFB, VA fire department. To Thai AF as RTAF106; converted to 
Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 27).
49108, 49110, 49124, 49146, 49158, 49185,
49208, 49210, 49212, 49215, 49272, 49338 to VC-47B
49108 (MSN 14924/26369) to MASDC
49111 (MSN 26372) spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil.  To Royal
Hellenic AF. Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Greece
49113 (MSN 26374) damaged Jan  17, 1951 (ground accident) Taegu Afb, South Korea.  To MASDC. 
Sep 13, 1968 to South Vietnam AF (MAP), returned to USA 1972 
49114 (MSN 26375) to SVAF Nov 1962
49117 (MSN 26378) to US Navy as BuNo 50777
49118 (MSN 14934/26379) w/o Jan 2, 1946 in crash 50 mi N of Canton, China.  Crew bailed out
49120 (MSN 14936/26381, 1st CCS) crashed on takeoff from Yunnanyi, China Dec 23, 1944
49121 (MSN 14937/26382)
49122 (MSN 14938/26383) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50778.
49123 (MSN 14939/26384)
49124 (MSN 14940/26385) AC-47D gunship lost 8/9 Jan 1967, 7 KIA.  With 4th Air Commando 
Sqdn attached to the 4th ACS's unit at DaNang AB.  On the night of the 8th, 
as 43-49124 approached its assigned target near Duc Pho close to the coast, 
about 20 miles south of Quang Ngai, it was hit in mid-fuselage by automatic 
weapons fire.  Burning furiously, the AC-47 quickly became uncontrollable and 
crashed near the target killing the crew of 7.
49125 (MSN 14941/26386)
49126 (MSN 14942/26387) converted to VC-47B then to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 10 1972.
49127 (MSN 14943/26388) on display at Maxwell AFB Air Park, Alabama.
49128 (MSN 14944/26389) by 1954 was PI-C97 of Philippine Air Lines
49129 (MSN 14945/26390) to Royal Laotian Air Force as 349129 Aug 10, 1956
49130 (MSN 14946/26391) damaged Jan 19, 1946 Harmon Fd, Guam
49131 (MSN 14947/26392)
49132 (MSN 14948/26393) to Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50780
49133 (MSN 14949/26394) w/o in landing accident at Nanning AP, China Jul 26, 1945. Condemned Jul 28, 1945.
49134 (MSN 14950/26395) crashed on landing at Kunming Dec 7, 1944.
49135 (MSN 14951/26396)
49136 (MSN 14952/26397) w/o Dec 21, 1944 (t/off accident) Hsain, China.  Condemned Dec 23, 1944.
49137 (MSN 14953/26398) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50781.
49138 (MSN 14954/26399) delivered as C-47B-11-DK
49139 (MSN 14955/26400) to NC66655 
49140 (MSN 14956/26401) missing (no details), condemned Mar 31,1945.
49141 (MSN 14957/26402) missing between Jamaica and Puerto Rico Nov 2, 1946.  8 aboard.
49142 (MSN 14958/26403) to US Navy as BuNo 50782
49143 (MSN 14959/26404) w/o Feb 4, 1950 crash 4 miles WNW off Roosevelt NAS, Puerto Rico
49144 (MSN 14960/26405) to N6494C
49145 (MSN 14961/26406) attached to 3BG at Albrook Field, Canal Zone damaged in an accident 28 Feb. 1944 at Las Mercades 
Airport, NIC, transferred to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg. 349145, call sign F-RBFF for service in French Indo China. 
Sep 22, 1951 destroyed in French Indo China.
49146 (MSN 14962/26407) to MASDC May 26, 1969
49147 (MSN 26408) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50783.
49148 (MSN 26409) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ973.  SOC Aug 11, 1947
49149 (MSN 26410) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ974.  Broke up in bad 
weather 4 mi SSE of Vairon, France Aug 30, 1945.
49150 (MSN 26411) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ975.  Sold Apr 24, 1950.
Registered G-AMSL Apr 26, 1952.  Carried out trooping work
using temporary RAF serial XF766.  Destroyed on ground at
Kukhan, Arabia Feb 18, 1956
49151 (MSN 26412) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ976.  To BOAC as G-AGNA.  W/o May 1, 1945, Basra, Iraq.
49152 (MSN 26413) to Navy as BuNo 50784
49153 (MSN 26414) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ977.  Sold Jul 23, 1954.
Registered G-ANTD Jul 27, 1954.  Became TJ-ACF, then reverted
to G-ANTD.  WFU at Norwich after certificate of airworthiness
expired Apr 15, 1973 and subsequently broken up.
49154 (MSN 26415) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ978.  SOC Oct 21, 1948.
49155 (MSN 26416) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ979.  Wrecked when undershot
landing and undercarriage collapsed, Ivato, Madagascar Aug 26, 1947.
49156 (MSN 26417) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ980.  SOC Mar 3, 1950.
49158 (MSN 26419) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ981.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 27, 1954.
49159 (MSN 26420) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ982.  Wrecked when ran off
strip while landing in bad weather and undercarriage torn
off, Alon May 25, 1945.
49160 (MSN 26421) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ983.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 3, 1954.  W/o Jan 15, 1962 Fornebu Airport, Oslo, Norway
49161 (MSN 26422) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ984.  Struck ground 1/2 mi NNE of
Westgate while attempting to recover from spin during single-
engined flying practice Aug 28, 1947
49162 (MSN 26423) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ985.  Transferred to BOAC
as G-AGMZ Dec 9, 1944.  Became VT-CPA, then AP-AAA, then
reverted to G-AGMZ.  Registration cancelled Feb 1, 1950
on sale as VR-AAE.
49163 (MSN 26424) to Navy as BuNo 50786
49164 (MSN 26425) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ986.  Flew into river 25
mi NE of Goose Bay during SBA descent out of cloud while
on ferry flight Nov 3, 1944
49165 (MSN 14981/26426) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ987.  W/o
Oct 19, 1945 at Patenga, India when swung on takeoff, stalled, crashed,
and caught fire.  1 killed.
49166 (MSN 14982/26427) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ988.  SOC Jun 15, 1950
49167 (MSN 14983/26428) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ989.  Transferred
to Greek AF Oct 12, 1949.
49168 (MSN 14984/26429) to RAF as Dakota IV KG990.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKN Dec 9, 1944.
Crashed into cliffs at Cape Cicie, France Jul 14, 1948.
49169 (MSN 14985/26430) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ991.  Transferred
to Greek AF Jul 1, 1947
49170 (MSN 14986/26431) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ992.  To BOAC as G-AGKM Nov 18, 1944.  
DBR Apr 8, 1945 when undercarriage collapsed during takeoff El Adem, Libya.
49171 (MSN 14987/26432) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ993.  Sold Jul 6, 1950
registered G-AMDB Aug 3, 1950 (original allocation G-AMTN NTU)
Fitted with Dart turboprop engines 1958 and allocated Class B
registration G-37-2.  Reverted to G-AMDB and WFU at Lympne
Dec 15, 1967.
49172 (MSN 14988/26433) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ994.  Sold as scrap Oct 23, 1963
49173 (MSN 14989/26434) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ995.  SOC Jan 19, 1950
49174 (MSN 14990/26435) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ996.  Crashed 10 mi E
of Pegu after control lost in cloud Feb 2, 1946.
49175 (MSN 14991/26436) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ997.  SOC Jul 5, 1950  
49176 (MSN 14992/26437) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ998, then G-AMYY, then VP-YKP, then to Rhodesian AF as 7134.
Flown to Wonderboom, near Pretoria, South Africa in 2001/2 for turboprop conversion.
Noted dismantled in South Africa Feb 2002 awaiting turboprop conversion.
49177 (MSN 14993/26438) was to have gone to RAF as KJ999, but went
directly to South African AF as 6848.  No RAF service.  
Became ZS-NTD. Sold to an owner in the Democratic Republic of Congo January 2003 
49178 (MSN 14494/26439) was to have gone to RAF as KK100 but went
directly to SAAF as 6849. No RAF service.  Civilianised 
as ZS-DKP, then became VP-YSP, then A2-ZEP, then ZS-IPX, then A2-AAA, 
then ZS-IPX again, then SAAF 6892, then N195RD, then ZS-OJI, then N195RD 
again, then N9526N.  Registered Dec 18, 2003 to Dodson International Parts SA P/L of 
Wonderboom, South Africa as ZS-OJI (again!).  Is now registered as a DC-3TP, 
which presumably means that at some time it has been converted to turboprop power.
Sold Feb 2008 to owner in Venezuela.
49179 (MSN 14995/26440) to RCAF as Dakota IV KK101, later 14995.
49180 (MSN 14996/26441) to RCAF as Dakota IV KK102.  Renumbered 12901 in 1970.  To civil registry
as CF-BKQ, later C-FBKQ.
49181 (MSN 14997/26442) w/o Jan 28, 1958 Bilbao, Spain
49183 (MSN 14999/26444) to MASDC Nov 24, 1969.
49184 at Musee de l'Air, Paris
49185 (MSN 15001/26446) to MASDC Sep 16, 1969
49186 (MSN 15002/26447) to D-13 Czech AF  (1946) & w/o Jul 3,1956 Slovakia  21-lost
49190 (MSN 15006/26451) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D.  To MASDC.  To reclamation, cannibalization,
salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970.
49191 (MSN 15007/26452) to OK-XAA
49193 (MSN 15009/26454)to Turkish AF as 6008.  Reported in 1991 to be on display at Aviation
Museum, Istanbul
49194 (MSN 15010/26455) diverted to Czechoslovakia Jul 1946.   To French AF Mar 1960.  To
civil registry as F-OGFI.  Noted in Musee de l'Air, Paris 1988. 
49195 (MSN 15011/26456) to Turkish AF; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
49196 (MSN 15012/26457) to civil registry as N73859, to Spanish AF as T.3-41.  To Zaire civil
registry as 9Q-CJM.
49197 (MSN 15013/26458) to N74844
49200 (MSN 15016/26461) delivered to USAAF 9th AF Oct 28, 1944. WFU & Stored RFC Aug 20, 1945. Mississippi Mfg Co. 
bought Apr 5, 1946 reg. N7401. I.A.D. Co. Lavco Lsd, Diamond Lsg. Co. used, reg. N4S, Lavco leased. 1965-1970 
reregistered 1971 as N481F. Amco UAR Oil Co. used Jul 28, 1970 to July 1972. Ray Geophysical Division of Mandrel 
Industries used Nov. 1972. Arax Air Line leased Nov 5, 1972 to Jan 1973. Glomar Sirte used Feb 15, 1973-May 11, 1973, 
Arax Air Line leased Jul 25, 1973. N reg. cancelled May 8, 1975 by Diamond Leasing Co. as the aircraft was 
destroyed (damaged beyond economic repair) in an accident. 
49201 (MSN 26462/15017) attached to 4000BU at Patterson Field, OH, damaged when C-54 44-9133
collided with it while parked at Topeka AAF Jul 20, 1946.  Converted to VC-47B then to RC-47, 
later redesignated EC-47P.  Crashed Mar 9, 1967 after being shot down during ELINT mission W of Tchai Bi,
Vietnam.  Call sign Tide-86 of 561st TEWS at Nha Trang.  7 killed.
49202 lost Nov 23, 1944, Africa
49203 (MSN 26464) to MASDC
49204 (MSN 26465) by 1955 was HB-IRF of Swissair
49206 on display at north end of base at Altus AFB, Oklahoma
49207 (MSN 15023/26468) to Portuguese AF as FAP 6164 in May 1961.  To Angolan
Air Force in 1975.  Ultimate fate obscure.
49208 (MSN 15024/26469) converted to EC-47Q.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Sep 30, 1974.
49209 (MSN 15025/26470) missing over North Atlantic Nov 23, 1944.  MACR 10015
49210 (MSN 26471) converted to VC-47B, converted to VC-47D.  To Vietnam AF, to Thai AF Aug 1975.  Thai AF 
serial was 210/B.L.2-41/48.   Slid off runway while landing at Don Muang Jan 21, 1992 and 
ended up entangled in fence and drainage ditch.  SOC Mar 4, 1992.  
Derelict at Don Muang 1995.  To scrap yard by Mar 2000. Still noted in scrapy ard at Chonbury Jan 2003. 
49211 (MSN 15027/26472) converted to AC-47D, named "Casper".  Turned over to South Vietnam AF Dec 1969.  Damaged
Jun 9, 1973, Quang Ngai, SVN.
49213 (MSN 26474) to Thailand AF as 49213, then to Thai Navy.  Noted derelict Oct 1997.
49214 (MSN 15030/26475) to 9N-AAE
49215 (MSN 15031/26476) On Nov 30, 1966 To Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47d, to ‘MAP’
49216 (MSN 15032/26477)  to MASDC.   On Nov 30, 1966 To Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47d, to ‘MAP’.
49217 (MSN 26478) to Royal Libyan AF in 1956?
49218 (MSN 26479) to US Navy, kept USAAF serial number
49220 converted to SC-47B
49224 (MSN 26485) to VT-CEO
49227 (MSN 26488) damaged Jul 30, 1945 Nichols Fd, Philippines  (ground accident)
49228 (MSN 26489)  damaged Mar 26, 1945, location??
49230 (MSN 26491) crashed (believed in attempted forced landing,
no further details), condemned May 11, 1945.
49231 (MSN 26492) crashed near Annan, China Feb 8, 1945.  MACR 12040
49234 (MSN 26495) crashed at Pachung, China Mar 20, 1945.
49236 (MSN 26497) to Khymer AF Sep 1970.
49238 (MSN 26499) w/o Mar 3, 1963  reportedly w/o
49240 (MSN 26501) to Belgian AF as K1 (call sign OT-CWA), temp to OO-SMA). Loaned to Belgian Congo 
Police Force Dec 1953 and returned to Belgian AF Jan 14, 1954. Now on civil registry as N99346.  
Fuselage, painted as FL586, noted at Aces High Flying Museum, North Weald, England
Oct 2003.  Fuselage has been acquired by Wings Museum at Balcombe, East Sussex, UK and going to 
be mated with nose of C-47 42-100611.
49241 (MSN 26502) condemned for salvage Apr 4, 1945.
49242 (MSN 26503) to NC51159
49244 (MSN 26505) crashed (believed in attempted forced landing,
no further details) condemned May 11, 1946
49245 (MSN 26506) to Turkish AF as 6012
49247 (MSN 26508) to MASDC Feb 27, 1970
49248 (MSN 26509) w/o May 19, 1947 in crash 5 mi SE of Livingston, Montana.  Crew bailed out.
49250 (MSN 26511) to AC-47D  To Thai AF as L2Or-1/07 in 1963.  To HS-DOA.
Preserved at Lopburi 1995.
49253 (MSN 15069/26514) w/o Jul 29, 1964 reportedly w/o
49254 (MSN 15070/26515). To Vietnam AF, To Khymer AF Mar 13, 1973.  To Thai AF from Khymer AF as L2-42/18 1975.  
Converted to Basler BT-67 by Mar 1999 (Basler conversion no 33) and to Thai AF as RTAF254.  Believed 
reserialled 46156. 
49256 (MSN 15072/26517) to MASDC
49257 (MSN 15073/26518) to MASDC.  On 14 Nov 1966 to Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47D, to South Vietnamese AF
49258 (MSN 15074/26519) delivered to USAAF.  Attached to 43rd BG at Davis Monthan Field, AZ W/o when it 
had a fatal take off accident at Kelly Field, Texas on April 09, 1947
49259 (MSN 26520) on civil registry as N8099.
49260 converted to EC-47P, converted from RC-47P.  To reclamatin, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Aug 5, 1975.
49261 (MSN 15077/26523) delivered to USAAF, reregistered to USAF. Attached to 21TCS at Ashiya AB, 
Japan W/o Sep 8, 1951 when it ditched after an engine failure 20 Miles East of Tsushima, Japan.
49262 (MSN 26523) attached to 1254th AAFBU missing Dec 4, 1945 on flight from
Casablanca to Johannesburg, South Africa.  No wreckage ever found.
43-49613 ... 43-49962
Douglas C-47B-20-DK
MSN 26874/27223 (originally allocated MSN 15429/15778)
49703,49760,49790,49808,49814,49832,49852,
49880,49903,49921,49939,49956 completed as TC-47B-20-DK
49640,49745,49775,49802,49826,49845,49859,
49873,49887,49898,49907,49916,49925,49934,
49943,49952,49961 completed as C-47B-23-DK
49613 (MSN 15429/26874) to US Navy as R4D-6 50819.
49614 (MSN 15430/26875)
49615 (MSN 15431/26876) to US Navy as R4D-8 50821.
49616 (MSN 15432/26877) to US Navy as 50822
49617 (MSN 15433/26878) to US Navy as 50823
49618 (MSN 15434/26879) to RAF as Dakota IV KK182.  SOC Mar 21, 1950.
49619 (MSN 15435/26880) to RAF as Dakota IV KK183.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  
49620 (MSN 15436/26881) to RAF as Dakota IV KK184.  SOC Jun 2, 1950
49621 (MSN 15437/26882) to RAF as Dakota IV KK185.  SOC Sep 5, 1950,
then to Lutheran World Federation as XT-T72, "St. Paul", 
then Max Springweiler, leased to CAT as XT-809, then International 
Air Transport as VR-HEX, then Max Springweiler, 
leased to CAT as B-809.  Sold to Black Knox Co, Pittsburgh as N230BK in 1964, 
sold to SAETA, Quito, as HC-APT in 1967, sold to Ministerio de Agricultura Y 
Ganadona, Quito, in April 1975. 
49622 (MSN 15438/26883)
49623 (MSN 15484/26884) to RAF as Dakota IV KK186.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.
49624 (MSN 15485/26885) to RAF as Dakota IV KK187.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 6, 1948.  To MASDC
49625 (MSN 15486/26886) to RAF as Dakota IV KK188.  DBR when belly landed
at Kalidut, Burma in bad weather May 28, 1946.
49626 (MSN 15487/26887) to RAF as Dakota IV KK189.  Hit sea in
rainstorm and exploded, Akyab Harbor Jul 2, 1945.
49627 (MSN 15488/26888) to RAF as Dakota IV KK190.  Returned
to USAAF Aug 29, 1947.  By 1955 was CF-FBY of Maritime Central
Airlines Ltd.
49628 (MSN 15444/26889) to RAF as Dakota IV KK191.  Returned to 
USAAF Jun 17, 1947, then became G-AKAR Jul 3, 1947.  
Registration cancelled Jan 1, 1951 on export
to S.A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense as PP-VBV 
49629 (MSN 15445/26890) to RAF as Dakota IV KK192.  SOC May 30, 1946
49630 (MSN 26891) crashed during takeoff from Myitkyina South,
Burma Feb 12, 1945.
49631 (MSN 26892)
49632 (MSN 26893)
49633 (MSN 26894) condemned for salvage Aug 27, 1945
49634 (MSN 26895)
49635 (MSN 26896) w/o Jul 5, 1945 in landing accident at Nanning, China
49636 (MSN 26897)
49637 (MSN 26898)
49638 (MSN 15454/26899) to N86438, then to Spanish AF as T.3-32
49639 (MSN 26900) to Paraguayan AF as T-49 in 1964.  Q/o Jun 4, 1965.
49640 (MSN 26901)
49641 (MSN 26902) converted to VC-47B.  To Thai AF through MAP Mar 13, 1964 as L2-30/07. Converted
to AC-47D by Sep 1970.  W/o Ubon Ratchathani
Aug 9, 1983.
49642 (MSN 15458/26903) to USAAF Jan 15, 1945.  To Cathay Pacific Airlines as VR-HEC.  Chartered to user
in Indonesia which was linked to the potential sale of the aircraft.
Bought by Indonesian Airways Oct 14, 1948.  In Aug 1950 to Indonesian
nationalist air force (AURI) as RI-001, named Seulawah, then used by Indonesian Airways.
Flown under charter to Burmese government during 1945 and part of 1950.
49643 (MSN 26904)
49644 (MSN 26905) crashed 15 mi NW of Mangshih, India when ran out of fuel Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12038.  Crew bailed out.
49645 (MSN 26906)
49646 (MSN 26907) w/o Oct 5, 1945 over the Hump
49647 (MSN 26908)
49648 (MSN 26909) to Taiwan
49649 (MSN 26910)
49650 (MSN 26911)
49651 (MSN 26912)
49652 (MSN 26913)
49653 (MSN 26914)
49654 (MSN 26915) to MASDC
49655 (MSN 26916/15471) to India for government of Orissa as VT-CLA.  It was
owned by Orissa, but was purchased in support of the Indonesian
republic.  W/o Oct 21, 1947 while on charter to the Indonesian government.
It was either shot down or crashed while evading the Dutch forces.
There is a VT-CLA on display in the TNI-AU Museum, but it is
another aircraft.
49656 (MSN 26917)
49657 (MSN 26918) crashed WSW of Tiengo Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12028
49658 (MSN 26919)
49659 (MSN 26920) to Aerea Teseo of Florence, Italy as I-GENO
49660 (MSN 26921/15476) on December 23, 1944 delivered to USAF.  On May 07, 1945 to 
Forca Aerea Brasileira as FAB-09, then FAB-2017. October 10, 1978 to Royal Taxi Aereo (Votec)
of Belem State of Para, Brazil, registered as PT-KZG.  December 1997 to the Aeroclube do Rio 
Grande do Sul, registered as PP-VBN.  Completely restored, painted in VARIG 
livery and still flying in 2003 in air shows.
49661 (MSN 15477/26922) to Brazilian AF as FAB-10, then FAB-2018.
Then to Paraguayan AF as T-33, then FAP 2034.  Destroyed in
1987 at the town of Capitan Pablo Langerenza, Asuncion, Paraguay.
49662 (MSN 15478/26923) to Brazilian AF as FAB-11, then FAB-2019.
W/o Apr 14, 1945 at Barreiras, BA, Brazil.
49663 (MSN 26924) to Navy as BuNo 50826
49664 (MSN 26925) Lend-Lease to French AF
49665 (MSN 15481/26926) to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349665, call sign F-RAMG, for service in French Indo China. 
Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
49666 (MSN 26927) Lend-Lease to French AF
49667 (MSN 15483/26928) to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349667, call sign F-RBFL, for service in French Indo China. 
Aug 9, 1951 written off (DBR) in Saigon, French Indo China.
49668 (MSN 26929)
49669 (MSN 26930)
49670 (MSN 26931)
49671 (MSN 26932)
49672 (MSN 26933)
49673 (MSN 26934)
49674 (MSN 26935)
49675 (MSN 26936)
49676 (MSN 26937)
49677 (MSN 26938)
49678 (MSN 26939) w/o Oct 12, 1945 in crash 5 mi ENE of Dum Dum AP, India
49679 (MSN 26940) converted to EC-47P.  Hit while parked by China Airlines C-46 Feb 18, 1967.
49680 (MSN 26941) damaged in takeoff accident at Kunming, China May 4, 1945.
49681 (MSN 26942) w/o Nov 4, 1950 in takeoff accident at Misawa AB, Japan
49682 (MSN 26943)
49683 (MSN 26944) w/o Oct 23, 1945, India, condemned Oct 23, 1945
49684 (MSN 26945) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49685 (MSN 26946) damaged Jul 5, 1945 in taxi accident at Kunming, China
49686 (MSN 26947) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49687 (MSN 26948)
49688 (MSN 26949) to VC-47B.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1969
49689 (MSN 26950)
49690 (MSN 26951) condemned for salvage Oct 29, 1946
49691 (MSN 15507/26952) to Libya, later to Turkish AF as 691 in 1974.
49692 (MSN 26953)
49693 (MSN 26954) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49694 (MSN 26955)
49695 (MSN 26956) to Turkish AF Nov 26, 1946 as 6011, coded TK-11
49696 (MSN 26957) damaged Mar 3, 1945 Liangahan, China  (taxi accident)
49697 (MSN 26958) 
49698 (MSN 26959) to MASDC
49699 (MSN 26960)
49700 (MSN 26961) to MASDC Mar 9, 1970
49701 (MSN 26962) converted to AC-47B, to Vietnam AF, to Cambodian AF Jan 29, 1971.  To Thailand in 1968.
49702 (MSN 26963)
49703 (MSN 26964) converted to EC-47N then to EC-47P.  To Vietnam AF, to Cambodia AF, to Thai AF.  Now on 
display in Ripley's Royal Garden Plaza, Pattaya, Thailand.
49704 (MSN 26965) with 21st TCS, while flying at reduced speed for airdrop of combat supplies to troops east of
Hyesanjin, Korea Nov 21, 1950 stalled in left bank at 300 feet and crashed and burned.  All 7 crew killed.
49705 (MSN 26966) to AC-47.  W/o Sep 29, 1960 reportedly w/o
49706 (MSN 26967)
49707 (MSN 26968) in 1987 preserved at Hector Field, Fargo, ND although nominally
on charge of USAFM
49708 (MSN 26969) to RAF as Dakota IV KK193.  Sold as scrap Sep 9, 1957
49709 (MSN 26970) to RAF as Dakota IV KK194.  Flew into Bed Talaidh
Mountain, Mull Feb 1, 1945 while descending through cloud
during ferry flight.
49710 (MSN 26971) to RAF as Dakota IV KK195.  DBR when undercarriage
unlocked on landing causing aircraft to belly land, Alon
airstrip, Burma Mar 29, 1945.
49711 (MSN 26972) to RAF as Dakota IV KK196.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.  To Israel as 4X-AED.  To Israel Defense
Force Air Force as 007.  WFU by Jan 2001.
49712 (MSN 26973/15528) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50830.
49713 (MSN 26974) to RAF as Dakota IV KK197.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955
49714 (MSN 26975) to RAF as Dakota IV KK198.  To Trans Air as G-AMVK.  To
Aden Airways as VR-AAM.  W/o Apr 12, 1964 when crashed at
Hargeisa (HGA), Somalia.  15 killed.
49715 (MSN 26976) to RAF as Dakota IV KK199.  Crashed during attempted
forced landing 100 mi WNW of Cloncurry, Queensland Jan 16, 1946
after running out of fuel while lost.
49716 (MSN 26977) to RAF as Dakota IV KK200.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955.
49717 (MSN 26978)
49718 (MSN 26979) to RAF as Dakota IV KK201.  Transferred to BOAC
as G-AGNF Feb 14, 1945. Registration cancelled Mar 8, 1950 on
sale as XY-ACM
49719 (MSN 26980) to RAF as Dakota IV KK202.  Sold Mar 27, 1953, had
already been registered G-AMZB Mar 26, 1953.  Registration
subsequently cancelled on sale as OO-SBK.  Registered EC-WSP May 23, 1962 to Spantax and to EC-ASP
May 1968.  Currently with Fundacio Parc Aeronautic de Catalunya at Sabadell, Barcelonia.
49720 (MSN 26981) to RAF as Dakota IV KK203.  DBR when tire burst on
on takeoff causing aircraft to swerve into soft sand and
undercarriage to collapse, Kyaukpyu Mar 19, 1945.
49721 (MSN 26982) to RAF as Dakota IV KK204.  SOC Sep 11, 1950.
49722 (MSN 26983) to USN as R4D-6 50832 Jan 2, 1945.
49723 (MSN 26984) to RAF as Dakota IV KK205.  Returned to USAAF May 11, 1948.  To Belgian AF Feb 23, 1949 as
K24.  Back to USAF Sep 18, 1952.  To Armee de l'Air as 349723/49723 Sep 25, 1952, call signs F-RAND,
F-RAZV, F-RBFN, F-RCAL Chateaudin in 1971, sold as F-BTDH May 1972.  To Congo AF as TN-211.
49724 (MSN 26985) to RAF as Dakota IV KK206.  Transferred to BOAC as
G-AGNK Feb 14, 1945.  WFU at Southend Dec 14, 1963 and
scrapped during 1966 
49725 (MSN 15541/26986) to RAF as Dakota IV KK207.  Returned to USAAF Sep 8, 1948.  To Spanish AF as T.3-22 Nov 1957
and W/o Jun 25, 1968
49726 (MSN 26987) to RAF as Dakota IV KK208.  Crash landed 3 mi W of
Mingaladon Feb 22, 1946 after losing power on approach.
49727 (MSN 26988) to Navy as BuNo 50833
49728 (MSN 26989) to RAF as Dakota IV KK209.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group, later to West German AF.  Now preserved at
Oberschleissheim (Deutsches Museum), Germany wearing serial 14+01.
49729 (MSN 26990) to RAF as Dakota IV KK210.  Sold Sep 9, 1957, became
ST-AAL.
49730 (MSN 26991) to RAF as Dakota IV KK211.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49731 (MSN 26992) to RAF as Dakota IV KK212.  SOC Apr 24, 1950.
49732 (MSN 26993) to Navy as BuNo 50834
49733 (MSN 26994) to RAF as Dakota IV KK213.  Sold Feb 6, 1953, became VP-YKH "Matabele"
of Central African Airways
49734 (MSN 26995) to RAF as Dakota IV KK214.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
49735 (MSN 15551/26996) to RAF as Dakota IV KK215.  Returned to USAAF Jun 12, 1947,
then to Belgian AF as K27 (call sign OT-CWM), later to NEIAF X-4.  To Philippine civil registry as
PI-C643, RP-C643
49736 (MSN 15552/26997) to RAF as Dakota IV KK216.  Registered G-AGNG
Feb 14, 1945.  To EI-ADY Jun 4, 1948.  Reverted to G-AGNG
Oct 1948.  Registration G-AGNG cancelled Jan 26, 1951 on
sale to Quebecair as CF-GVZ.
49737 (MSN 26998) to Navy as BuNo 50835
49738 (MSN 26999) to RAF as Dakota IV KK217.  DBR when overshot
landing at Beirut May 18, 1945 believed due to brake failure.
49739 (MSN 27000) to RAF as Dakota IV KK218.  Transferred to SAAF
as 6865 Sep 27, 1945
49740 (MSN 27001) to RAF as Dakota IV KK219.  Transferred to Greek
AF Apr 30, 1947
49741 (MSN 27002) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK220 but
diverted to SAAF as 6852, no RAF service.
49742 (MSN 27003) to Navy as BuNo 50836
49743 (MSN 27004) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN200, but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.  Renumbered 12902 in 1970.
49744 (MSN 27005) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN201, but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.  Renumbered 12903 in 1970.  To civil registry as N46938 and
cancelled on Dec 20 1990 on export to Malawi
49745 (MSN 27006) to N94470 in 1974, to HK-2518X and w/o Nov 10, 1999.
49746 (MSN 27007)
49747 (MSN 27008/15563) to US Navy as 50837 Jan 1945
49748 (MSN 27009)
49749 (MSN 27010)
49750 (MSN 27011) damaged Feb 1, 1945 Barrackpore, India  (taxi accident)
49751 (MSN 27012) w/o in ground loop accident at Kimpo AB, South Korea Apr 12, 1951.
49752 (MSN 27013) damaged in crash landing at Luliang, China Jul 19, 1945, condemned Jul 19, 1945.
49753 (MSN 27014) to Philippine AF
49754 (MSN 27015) w/o Oct 13, 1945 Missing between Okinawa & Laoag, Philippines. 6 lost
49755 (MSN 27016) by 1954 was PI-C95 of Philippine Air Lines, later RP-C95
49756 (MSN 27017) to Philippine AF.  To PI-C95
49757 (MSN 27018) damaged in landing accident at Itazuke AB, Japan Apr 2, 1947
49758 (MSN 27019)
49759 (MSN 27020)
49760 (MSN 27021) to MASDC Jan 10, 1967
49761 (MSN 27022)
49762 (MSN 27023) (374th TCG) lost Jun 18, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14772.
49763 (MSN 27024) to US Navy as BuNo 50838.
49764 (MSN 27025) w/o Apr 26, 1951  reportedly w/o 
49765 (MSN 27026) by 1954 was PI-C94 of Philippine Air Lines
49766 (MSN 27027) to AC-47D
49767 (MSN 27028) To NC90908, PP-YQJ, AE-10T (FAA) & re-serialled T-28 (Sep 20, 1960), to TC-28 Sep 1964
49768 (MSN 27029) (403rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 13th Troop Carrier Squadron) disappeared
on flight near Zamboanga, Philippines Nov 6, 1945. Crashed and burned on a mountain peak
at Sindangan, Mindanao.  All 5 onboard killed.
49769 (MSN 27030)
49770 (MSN 27031/15586) While attached to 1856 AACS at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma was damaged by taxiing
C-46D 44-78021.  Converted to AC-47D. Named "Spooky 71".   Damaged in flight by mortar
round Feb 24, 1969.  Medal of Honor awarded to John L. Levitow.  To South Vietnam AF
49771 (MSN 27032) converted to EC-47Q.  Crashed on takeoff Nov 21, 1972, Vietnam.
2 of 10 aboard killed.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49772 (MSN 27033) to El Salvador AF as 104 Sep 1967
49773 (MSN 27034) w/o Aug 1, 1962, reportedly w/o.
49774 (MSN 27035) to EC-47B then to AC-47B.  To Spanish AF as T.3-17 Aug 1957
49775 (MSN 27036) tp PP-SPQ
49776 (MSN 27037) to MASDC.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970
49777 (MSN 27038)
49778 (MSN 27039) to MASDC
49779 (MSN 27040)
49780 (MSN 27041)
49781 (MSN 27042) to French AF.  To Thai AF 1959.  May have been the plane w/o at
Ubon Ratchathani Sep 3, 1964.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49782 (MSN 27043) w/o Nov 5, 1953 crash 2 miles N of Calhan, CO
49783 (MSN 27044) damaged Feb 11, 1951 Love Fd, Dallas, TX  (landing)
49784 (MSN 27045) converted to SC-47B.  During routine wing inspection
at OGMA, Portugal late 1963, extensive corrosion found,
aircraft returned to RAF Mildenhall and SOC for reclamation
Jan 15, 1964.  After removal of useful parts, aircraft was
dumped on airfield until destroyed for fire practice during
Oct 1964.
49785 (MSN 27046) to Ecuadorian AF as HC-AUP
49786 (MSN 27047) to civil registry as N376AS, ZS-OBU, 5Y-BNK, ZS-OBU, then unknown
5Y registration, then N376AS, and reverted to ZS-OBU.  Converted to DC-3C-TP and active as N500MF
49787 (MSN 27048) to Aerea Teseo of Florence, Italy as I-BOLO
49788 (MSN 27049) crashed into mountain Dutch New Guinea May 13, 1945.  20 of 23 onboard killed.
49789 (MSN 27050) to Ecuadorian AF as HC-AUS
49790 (MSN 15606/27051) to Taxi Aereo el Llanero (TAL) Feb 2, 1972
as HK-1333.  W/o Feb 23, 1974 when landed in unprepared field after
engine problems with fire after takeoff from Cali-Alfonso B.
Aragon Airport, Colombia.
49791 (MSN 15607/27052) w/o Dec 14, 1945 at Heraklion Field, Crete
49792 (MSN 15608/27053) damaged Jan 26, 1950 Itazuke AFB, Japan  (taxi accident).  W/o Feb 26, 1957  reportedly w/o 
49793 (MSN 15609/27054) damaged in ground accident at Cheng Kun, China Aug 30, 1945.
49794 (MSN 15610/27055) 
49795 (MSN 15611/27056)
49796 (MSN 15612/27057)
49797 (MSN 15613/27058)
49798 (MSN 15614/27059)
49799 (MSN 15615/27060) w/o Dec 9, 1947 in crash 30 mi SE of Izmir, Turkey.
49802 (MSN 15618/27063) to PP-SPP
49805 (MSN 15621/27066) to RAF as Dakota IV KN202.  Missing between
Meiktila and Payegyi, Burma during supply drop mission May 3, 1945.
49806 (MSN 15622/27067) to RAF as Dakota IV KN203.  Crashed on overshoot
at Mingaladon Feb 28, 1947
49807 (MSN 15623/27068) to RAF as Dakota IV KN204.  DBR when swung off
runway at Mingaladon Nov 4, 1945 when undercarriage leg
collapsed during takeoff.
49808 (MSN 15624/27069) to civil registry as N4893V.  Later to Transportes Aereos
Nacional (Nacional) originally as PP-AOC (NTU), later PP-AKC.  To
Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AKC.  To Brazilian 
AF as FAB 2071.  To Conagra as PT-KVJ.  WFU in
1963, ultimate fate uncertain.
49809 (MSN 15625/27070) to RAF as Dakota IV KN205. Destroyed by fire
after forced landing near Saigon Feb 11, 1946 when propeller
ran away on takeoff.
49810 (MSN 15626/26071) to RAF as Dakota IV KN206.  SOC Jul 21, 1946
49811 (MSN 15627/26072) to RAF as Dakota IV KN207.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49812 (MSN 15628/26073) to RAF as Dakota IV KN208.  Crashed during
attempted forced landing 2 mi S of Leikthe while lost in
cloudy conditions during supply drop mission Jul 7, 1945.
49813 (MSN 15629/27074) to RAF as Dakota IV KN209.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.
To civilian registry as CF-CGJ, then to RCAF as 10917.
49815 (MSN 15631/27076) to RAF as Dakota IV KN210.  DBR whe overshot
landing on wet runway and undercarriage collapsed, Mingaladon
Aug 11, 1945.
49816 (MSN 15632/27077) to RAF as Dakota IV KN211.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 31, 1947.
49817 (MSN 15633/27078) to RAF as Dakota IV KN212.  Sold Apr 24, 1953,
registered G-AMZF same day.  Registration cancelled Jun 1, 1966
on sale as CF-RTY.
49818 (MSN 15634/27079) to RAF as Dakota IV KN213.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 12, 1947.  To PH-TFC
49819 (MSN 15635/27080) to RAF as Dakota IV KN214.  Registered G-AMJX Jun 2, 1951.  To
Moroccan AF as 49819/CN-ALJ Aug 1963.  Reported at Empire State Aerosciences
Museum, Scotia NY painted as 316250.
49820 (MSN 15636/27081) to RAF as Dakota IV KN215.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group May 22, 1953.
49821 (MSN 15637/27082) to RAF as Dakota IV KN216.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To AP-ACY, to N4044A, to Armee de l'Air as 49821, to XW-TDL Lao Air Charter
49822 (MSN 15638/27083) to RAF as Dakota IV KN217.  SOC Jun 26, 1945.
49823 (MSN 15639/27084) to RAF as Dakota IV KN218.  Broke up in air
during supply drop mission over Burma Jun 26, 1945 when control
was lost in cloud following engine failure.
49824 (MSN 15640/27085) to RAF as Dakota IV KN219.   Returned to
USAAF Sep 12, 1947, then to Belgian AF as K25
(call sign OT-CNN) then to French AF as 49924, to Aeronavale as 424.  To N70BF.  Modified as DC365TP
(turboprop), to N887AM, N146JR, 5YRDS
49825 (MSN 15641/27086) to RAF as Dakota IV KN220.  Wrecked when struck
while parked by C-46, Chittagong Mar 19, 1945. 
49826 to VC-47B.  To MASDC
49827 (MSN 15643/27088) to RAF as Dakota IV KN221.  DBR by typhoon
at Kai Tak Jul 18, 1946 
49828 (MSN 15644/27089) to RAF as Dakota IV KN222.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947 then to Belgian AF K25 (call sign OT-CWK), then 
back to USAF.
49829 (MSN 15645/27090) to RAF as Dakota IV KN223.  DBR when tipped up
after tire burst on landing, Hathazari Apr 16, 1945.
49830 (MSN 15646/27091) to RAF as Dakota IV KN224.  SOC Aug 30, 1945.
49831 (MSN 15647/27092) to RAF as Dakota IV KN225.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49832 (MSN 15648/27093) completed as TC-47B-20-DK
49833 (MSN 15649/27094) to RAF as KN226.  W/o in landing accident at Semarang AP, Indonesia Jun 20, 1946
49834 (MSN 15650/27095) to RAF as KN227
49835 (MSN 15651/27096) to RAF as KN228
49836 (MSN 15652/27097) to RAF as KN229. Q/o in landing accident at Victoria Point, Burma Feb 12, 1946
49837 (MSN 15653/27098) to RAF as KN230.  To NC4724V, to YV-C-ARC, to PP-ASN, to
PP-AYC, to government of Brazil as PP-ENB, to Brazilian AF as FAB 2090.
To Paraguayan AF as FAP 2032.  Now derelict at Asuncion-Presidente
Stroessner, Paraguay.
49838 (MSN 15654/27099) to RAF as KN231.  Registered G-AMXW
May 29, 1953.  Registration cancelled Jul 1, 1953 on sale
to Sudan Airways as SN-AAH.  Reregistered ST-AAH, then to Sudan AF as 424.
Reported 2005 at Caesar's Palace Casino, Johannesburg, South Africa painted
as SAAF 6805 and/or ZS-BMF.
49839 (MSN 15655/27100) to RAF as KN232
49840 (MSN 15656/27101) to RAF as KN233
49841 (MSN 15657/27102) to RAF as KN234
49842 (MSN 15658/27103) to RAF as KN235
49843 (MSN 15659/27104) to RAF as KN236.  To Indian AF.  Crashed into valley at
10,000 feet 38 mi N of Chitral, India Oct 17, 1946.  11 killed.
49844 (MSN 15660)27105) to RAF as KN237
49845 (MSN 15661/27106) completed as C-47B-23-DK.  to MASDC Jan 7, 1971.
49846 (MSN 15662/27107) to RAF as Dakota IV KN238.  DBR when swung
on landing and undercarriage collapsed, Berlin/Gatow Aug 1, 1948
49847 (MSN 15663/27108) to RAF as Dakota IV KN239.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To India and Pakistan as H-718.  To England and
Field Aircraft Services (Hunting Aviation) as G-ANMB.  After another period of about 
a year flying for Aigle-Azur Indochine as F-BGSM the aircraft came to Deutches Lufthansa 
as D-CADE and later Bavaria Flug-dienst with the same registration. Transair of Sweden 
leased the aircraft between March and December 1961. After returning to Bavaria the 
aircraft ended in the South Arabian Air Force in 1967 as G-41-2-67 and later 
on South Yemen Peoples Republic Air Force as 202.  Recent report that this plane is
at Auto and Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
49848 (MSN 15664/27109) to RAF as Dakota IV KN240.  Ditched in South China Sea 80
mi NE of Kuantan, Malaya Aug 30, 1950.
49849 (MSN 15665/27110) to RAF as Dakota IV KN241.  Sold Apr 10, 1953.
To civil registry as G-AMZH.  Operated by
Stavros Niarcos by TransAir between 1947 and 1960 until TransAir was acquired
by Air Work and merged into BUA.  In 1965, bought
by TAA and registered as VH-SBW. Reregistered P2-SNW.  Registered as P2-ANQ in 
1976.  Reported 2005 in Air Niugini Collection, Jackson AP, Port Moresby. 
49850 (MSN 15666/27111) to RAF as Dakota IV KN242.  SOC May 30, 1946.
49851 (MSN 15667/27112) to RAF as Dakota IV KN243.  SOC Jul 8, 1948
49852 (MSN 15668/27113) delivered as TC-47B-20-DK.
to FC-47D "Puff the Magic Dragon";  In 1987 preserved at Bishops Museum, 
Honolulu, HI although nominally on charge of USAF
49853 (MSN 15669/27114) to RAF as Dakota IV KN244.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To H-710 Pakistan AF, sold as AP-ACD to Pakair in 1948
49854 (MSN 15670/27115) to RAF as Dakota IV KN245.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  To Iranian Airlines as EP-ACI.
W/o Dec 26, 1948 when destroyed by fire at Birjand Airport, Iran
49855 (MSN 15671/27116) to RAF as Dakota IV KN246.  Wrecked when swung
on takeoff and struck parked Spitfires, Mingaladon Oct 16, 1945
49856 (MSN 15672/27117) to RAF as Dakota IV KN247.  DBR by typhoon,
Kai Tak Jul 18, 1946.
49857 (MSN 15673/27118) to RAF as Dakota IV KN248.  Destroyed by fire
when belly landed 100 mi E of Saigon after both engines failed
Nov 1, 1945.
49858 (MSN 15674/27119) to RAF as Dakota IV KN249.  Belly landed 2 mi
NE of Basal after engine failed on takeoff Aug 16, 1945.
49859 (MSN 15675/27120) delivered as C-47B-23-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Shot down near Phan Rang Feb 14, 1968.  8 KIA.
49860 (MSN 15676/27121) to RAF as Dakota IV KN250.  Crash landed 4 mi
NNE of Basal after engine failed on takeoff Aug 16, 1945.
49861 (MSN 15677/27122) to RAF as Dakota IV KN251.  Abandoned takeoff
and belly landed, Castel Benito Feb 17, 1945
49862 (MSN 15678/27123) delivered to 9CCS
49863 (MSN 15679/27124)
49864 (MSN 15680/27125)
49865 (MSN 15681/27126) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 9, 1972.
49866 (MSN 15682/27127) to RAF as ZD215. To RAAF as A65-69 Jan 1945. Flown to RAF 
Gatow, Berlin 18/6/80, for which purpose it had to adopt RAF colours and was 
given serial ZD215, as at that time only aircraft of the four 'occupying 
powers' (USA, Britain, France and the Soviet Union) were allowed to fly into 
West Berlin. Once there, it reverted to RAAF colours and by 1988 was 
displayed at Gatow as an 'airlift memorial'
49867 (MSN 15683/27128) to RAAF as A65-82 Jan 1945.  To Indonesia AF as P504
in 1970. 
49868 (MSN 15684/27129) to RAAF as A65-70 (VH-CIM) Jan 1945.  To civilian registry as
N16892, then PK-JDC, PK-JDE, PK-EHC.  Crashed Jan 22, 1973, Pontianak, 
Borneo.
49869 (MSN 15685/27130) to RAAF as A65-68 Jan 1945 (VH-CUY) Jan 1945.  To PNG Defence Force Jan 
1976 as P2-004.  49869 flying in Australia as VH-DNA
49870 (MSN 15686/27131)	to RAAF as A65-71 Feb 1945.  Operated with wartime
call sign VH-CIN.  Carried Prime Minister Curtin's body from
Canberra to Perth for funeral in 1945.  To Australian War
Memorial.  Under restoration at Treloar Centre.			
49871 (MSN 15687/27132) to RAAF as A65-72A Jan 1945.  Lost on delivery when ditched in Pacific on route
to Honolulu Jan 18, 1945.
49872 (MSN 15688/27133) to RCAF as Dakota IV 963.  To Indian AF as BJ912 in 1963.
49873 (MSN 15689/27134)
49874 (MSN 15690/27135) to RCAF as Dakota IV 984.  W/o St. Hubert Jul 28, 1952.
49875 (MSN 15691/27136) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349875, for service in French Indo China. 
Jul 5, 1947 written off (DBR) in a crash at Saigon, French Indo China.
49876 (MSN 15692/27137) Lend-Lease to French AF. To Israeli AF as 022/4X-FNQ. Registered N472DK 
to JAAT LLC of Wilmington, DE May 5, 2003.  Converted AC-47T by Basler
and delivered to Colombian AF as FAC 1683
49877 (MSN 15693/27138) to NC28802, by 1954 was PP-VBO of S.A. Empresa de
Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense.  Broken up in 1970.
49878 (MSN 27139) Lend-Lease to French AF
49879 (MSN 27140) Lend-Lease to French AF
49881 (MSN 27142) Lend-Lease to French AF
49882 (MSN 15698/27143) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349882, for service in French Indo China. 
Jan 19, 1947 written off (DBR) in a crash at Annam, French Indo China.
49883 (MSN 27144) to RNZAF as NZ3531.  To NZNAC as ZK-AZA.  Leased to Fiji Airways Oct 1967
as VQ-FBF, and on Fijian independence reregistered as DQ-FBF.
49884 (MSN 27145) to RNZAF as NZ3533.  By 1954 was ZK-AOJ of New
Zealand National Airways. To XW-TDI (1968) Lao Airlines and W/o Jun 30, 1971.
49885 (MSN 27146) to RNZAF as NZ3532.  In 1947 to ZK-AOD of New Zealand National Airways.
49886 (MSN 27147)
49887 (MSN 27148) to Paraguayan AF as T-69, reserialed to FAP-2016 in 1980.
49893 (MSN 15709/27154) by 1954 was OD-AAB of Middle East Airlines SA.  To Spanish AF as T.3-3 May 1957 and w/o
at Albecete, Spain Feb 17, 1967.
49899 (MSN 27160) w/o Nov 1,1 946 at Taiden, South Korea
49900 (MSN 27161) to Philippine AF
49901 (MSN 27162) damaged Sep 9, 1945 Ciampino A/p, Italy  (ground accident)
49902 (MSN 27163) to Philippine AF.
49903 (MSN 27164) w/o Feb 5, 1965 reportedly w/o
49905 (MSN 27166) w/o Sep 30, 1945 Aomori Fd, Japan
49906 (MSN 27167)  USAAF to CNRRA (CAT)  Jan 4, 1947 Manila to China, re-serialled as “906” & named
“Peiping”, to XT-803,  br/u  Oct 25, 1948
49907 (MSN 27168) converted to VC-47D. To MASDC Jan 12, 1967.  On Jan 18, 1968 to Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47D, to South Vietnamese AF
49908 (MSN 27169) to Philippine AF
49909 (MSN 27170) to Philippine AF
49910 (MSN 27171) to Philippine AF
49911 (MSN 27172) to Philippine AF
49912 (MSN 27173) w/o in takeoff accident at Pomigliano, Italy Mar 29, 1945.
49913 (MSN 27174) by 1954 was PI-C96 of Philippine Air Lines, later PI-C646, RP-C646.  WFU at Manila Feb 1984.
49914 (MSN 15730/27175) w/o when it crashed into a mountain Sep 17, 1945, 60 miles SW Yokohama, Japan on a flight from Motobu Strip, 
Okinawa enroute to Atsugi, Japan on a cargo flight
49915 (MSN 27176) w/o Mar 28, 1950 in crash 26 mi SE of Komaki AB, Japan.  3 killed.
49916 (MSN 15732/27177) to USAAF. To Cruzeiro do Sul reg. PP-CCA. On Apr 21, 1946 W/o (DBR) at Corumba, MS, Braz
49917 (MSN 27178) to RAF as Dakota IV KN252.  DBR when undercarriage
collapsed after engine caught fire and aircraft ground looped
because brakes failed, Fassberg Jul 24, 1948.
49918 (MSN 27179) to RAF as Dakota IV KN253.  SOC Oct 19, 1948.
49919 (MSN 27180) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1958 as L2-25/01.  
Converted to AC-47D by South Vietnam AF Sep 1967.  W/o due
to corrosion Oct 1990.  To scrapyard by Mar 2000.
49920 (MSN 27181) to RAF as Dakota IV KN254.  Broke up in cloud 30 mi
NE of Agartala Jun 7, 1945.
49921 (MSN 27182) on civil registry as N709Z
49922 (MSN 27183) to RAF as Dakota IV KN255.  DBR when crash landed
after tire burst during takeoff, Chandina Mar 23, 1945.
49923 (MSN 27184) to RCAF as Dakota IV KN256.  To Canada Apr 22, 1946.
49924 (MSN 27185) to RAF as Dakota IV KN257. SOC Jul 5, 1950.
49925 (MSN 15741/27186) converted to VC-47D, to Cambodian AF May 24, 1972.  To Thai Navy.  Noted derelict Oct 1997.
49926 (MSN 27187) to RAF as Dakota IV KN258.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946.
Renumbered 12907 in 1970.  After RCAF service registeered as C-FPIK with Air Inuit Ltd and cancelled
Mar 22, 1984.  To N12907 and now on display at Carolina Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  It was 
operated by Sabre Air.
49927 (MSN 15743/27188) to RAF as Dakota IV KN259.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 13, 1947.  To UK civil registry as G-AKOZ Jan 2, 1948.  To Madagascar as 5R-MME
49928 (MSN 27189) to RAF as Dakota IV KN260.  Sold to Pakistan AF Jul 8, 1948.
49929 (MSN 27190) to RAF as Dakota IV KN261.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 8, 1946.
Renumbered 12908 in 1970.  W/o with Skycraft Air Transport of Ontario as C-GSCA when it crashed Jan 9, 1984
49930 (MSN 27191) to AC-47D.  To MASDC. To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970.
49931 (MSN 27192) to RAF as Dakota IV KN262.  Returned to USAAF Jul 31, 1947.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
reg 349931, call sign F-RANR, then F-RASL, F-RAMR later F-RBDW for service in French Indo China. Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) 
at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam
49932 (MSN 27193) to RAF as Dakota IV KN263.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49933 (MSN 27194) to RAF as Dakota IV KN264.  Ditched in swamp north of Isiolo, Kenya after engine fire Jun 27, 1907
49935 (MSN 27196) to RAF as Dakota IV KN265.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
49937 (MSN 27198) to RAF as Dakota IV KN266.  To Military Aircraft Assistance Group Nov 11, 1953.
49938 (MSN 27199) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN267, but
diverted to SAAF as 6853, no RAF service.  To N148RD.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of 
Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
49940 (MSN 27201) to RAF as Dakota IV KN268.  SOC Jan 26, 1950
49941 (MSN 27202) to RAF as Dakota IV KN269.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 22, 1946
49942 (MSN 27203) to RAF as Dakota IV KN270.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 1, 1946.  Renumbered 12909 in 1970.
49943 (MSN 27204) damaged Feb 6, 1951 Detroit City A/p, MI  (landing).  To MASDC Apr 16, 1970
49944 (MSN 27205) to RAF as Dakota IV KN271.  Ditched off east coast of Greenland 450 mi W of Reykjavik during 
ferry flight Feb 6, 1945.
49945 (MSN 27206) to RAF as Dakota IV KN272.  Transferred to Greek AF Apr 30, 1947
49946 (MSN 27207) to RAF as Dakota IV KN273.  Sold Jul 21, 1945, registered G-ANTB next day.  Crashed at Oak 
Walk, St Peter, Jersey Apr 14, 1965.
49947 (MSN 27208) registered I-TRIS.  To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as MM61799
49948 (MSN 27209) to RAF as Dakota IV KN274.  Sold Apr 26, 1952, registered G-AMSM Apr 28, 1952.  WFU after 
ground looping at Lydd AP Aug 17, 1978.
49949 (MSN 27210) to RAF as Dakota IV KN275.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 11, 1947.  To S. T. A. March 1948 as F-BEIC.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 49949, call sign F-RAYC 
for service in French Indo China.   Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam
49950 (MSN 27211) to RAF as Dakota IV KN276.  To Belgian AF
Jan 5, 1950 as K-30 (call sign OT-CNQ).  To Laos as XW-PCM
49951 (MSN 27212) to RAF as Dakota IV KN277.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946
49952 (MSN 27213) damaged Jun 21, 1947 Peterson Fd, CO  (landing)
49953 (MSN 27214) to RCAF as Dakota IV KN278.  w/o 1963
49954 (MSN 15770/27215) to RAF as Dakota IV KN279.  sold Jun 19, 1953.
Registered G-ANAD Jun 23, 1953.  Registration cancelled Mar 17, 1954 on sale to
Aden Airways as VR-AAI.
49955 (MSN 15771/27216) to RAF as Dakota IV KN280.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
49956 (MSN 15772/27217) damaged Jan 9, 1946 Minter Fd, CA  (landing).  To MASDC
49957 (MSN 15773/27218) to RAF as Dakota IV KN281.  Transferred to
RCAF Apr 22,1946.  Renumbered 12910 in 1970.  On US civil
registry as N64766.
49959 (MSN 27220) to RAF as Dakota IV KN282.  Aircraft was used
to return the Dutch royal family to Holland Aug 2, 1945. DBR
when caught fire on ground at Waterbeach Oct 4, 1949
49960 (MSN 27221) to RAF as Dakota IV KN283.  Broke up while flying
in cloud 9 mi SE of East Karin, Burma Jun 2, 1945.
49961 (MSN 27222) by 1954 was PP-AVN of Empresa de Transportes
Aerovias Brasil S.A.
49962 (MSN 27223) to RAF as Dakota IV KN284.  SOC Feb 16, 1950.  Had
been peronal aircraft of Air Vice Marshal Graham.
44-25059 ... 44-27258
Lockheed P-38L-5-LO Lightning
MSN 422-6063/8262
25059 condemned salvage obsolete Apr 22, 1947.  To AAC Apr 30, 1947
25065 dumped at Shemya Island, Aleutian Islands 1940’s
25067 (F-5G-6-LO)
25080 (33rd FG) lost Feb 18, 1945.  MACR 12415
25103 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
25107 (F-5F-3-LO) to Chinese AF
25116 (33rd FG) lost Jul 2, 1945.  MACR 14710
25117 to Italian AF as MM4155
25126 (474th FG) lost Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 14102
25179 (4th FG) lost May 27, 2945.  MACR 14527
25193 (F-5F-3-LO, 34th PRS) scrapped Nov 1945.
25212 crashed Mar 7, 1945.
25237 modified at Hammer Field, CA as development prototype for P-38M.
Never received blackpaint and remained in bare metal.
25239 ("Double Bourbon") with 32nd FG, 51st FS stationed at Howard Field, Canal Zone.
25240 reported in mid-1950s to be awaiting conversin for photo
survey duties with Hycon Aerial Surveys, Inc
25241 (8th FG) lost Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 14458
25243 (8th FG) lost Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 14461
25262 to Lockheed in 1953 as N91300 and modified for XF-90 tests.
Retired in 1953.  By mid 1950s was with Hycon Aerial Surveys,
Inc of Pasadena, CA
25288  crashed and burned on range at Muroc AAF, CA Mar 10, 1945
25304 (360th FG) lost Feb 28, 1945.  MACR 14536
25306 (8th FG) lost Jan 11, 1945.  MACR 13696
25312 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashed on takeoff Jun 21, 1945.  Condemned Jun 19, 1945 due to combat
25314 (475th FG, 432nd FS) crashlanded Feb 19, 1945.  Condemned Feb 21, 1945
25327 (49th FG, 7th FS) crashed on takeoff from Iaoag bield
NW Philippines Apr 11, 1945.   Pilot killed.
25336 (475th FG, 432nd FS) shot down by AAA.  Condemned Nov 5, 1945
25338 (475th FG) lost Jan 15, 1945.  MACR 11771
25352 (8th FG) lost Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 11657
25356 (457th FG) lost Jan 9, 1945.  MACR 11893
25411 (49th FG) lost Mar 30, 1945.  MACR 14234
25414 (475th FG, 431st FS) MIA Jun 18, 1945
25427 (49th FG, 8th FS) MIA Jan 13, 1945.
25428 (475th FG) MIA Feb 15, 1945 over Panay Island.  MACR 12380
25448 (33rd FG) lost Mar 21, 1945.  MACR 13210
25459 (475th FG, 432nd FS) crashed 40 mi W of Cabra Island Mar 28, 1945.  MACR 13529
25492 (475th FG, 432nd FS) pilot bailed out over north central Lingayen coast Jun 6, 1945.
25497 (474th FG) lost Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13665
25498 (475th FG, 433rd FS) shot down by enemy fighter near Tre Island off coast
of Indochina Mar 28, 1945.  MACR 13528
25502 (33rd FG) lost Jun 24, 1945.  MACR 14684
25518 (474th FG) lost Apr 18, 1945.  MACR 14199
25524 (474th FG) lost Apr 20, 1945.  MACR 14091
25537 (370th FG) lost Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13510
25540 (49th FG) lost Jun 20, 1945.  MACR 14694
25546 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
25548 (474th FG, 430th FS) lost Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13163
25562 (8th FG) lost Jun 2, 1945.  MACR 14570
25585 scrapped overseas in Pacific Theatre Sep 11, 1947
25594 (18th FG) lost Jul 2, 1945.  MACR 14700
25597 (49th FG) lost May 31, 1945.  MACR 14554
25628 (475th FG, 431st FS) crshed on low-level mission to Taiwan May 30, 1945
25650 (475th FG, 431st FS) pilot bailed out over Clark Field due to AAA damage Apr 18, 1945
25654 (475th FG, 433rd FS) crashlanded on a road west of Hill Strip Mar 1, 1945 and w/o.
Condemned salvage Oct 1, 1946, assigned FEA Apr 30, 1947, reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948.
25698 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by AAA Regensburg Apr 15, 1945.  MACR 13797.  Pilot MAI
25717 (14th FG) lost Apr 22, 1945.  MACR 14025
25720 (14th FG) lost Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 13980.
25734 ‘40’ with 1st FG, 94th FS in Italy.  (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by AAA near Munich Apr 15, 1945.  MACR 13800
25759 (82nd FG) lost Mar 19, 1945.  MACR 13070
25761 (14th FG) lost Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13643
25768 (F-5G-6-LO)
25776 (F-5G-6-LO)
25779 (F-5G-6-LO)
25781 (F-5G-6-LO)
25783 (F-5G-6-LO)
25786 (14th FG) lost Apr 2, 1945.  MACR 13476.  Remains noted 1989 in 
Yugoslavian National Aviation Museum, Belgrade
25788 (F-5G-6-LO)
25790 (F-5G-6-LO)
25811 (F-5G-6-LO)
25812 (F-5G-6-LO)
25813 (F-5G-6-LO)
25814 (F-5G-6-LO)
25816 (F-5G-6-LO)
25822 (F-5G-6-LO)
25823 (F-5G-6-LO)
25825 (F-5G-6-LO)
25826 (F-5G-6-LO)
25828 (F-5G-6-LO) to French AF
25859 (49th FG) lost Apr 27, 1945.  MACR 14331
25881 (38th FG) lost Feb 28, 1945.  MACR 14535
25900 (F-5G-6-LO)
25904 (F-5G-6-LO) to French AF
25908 (F-5G-6-LO)
25909 (F-5G-6-LO) with 348 BU, crashed 8 mi NE of Will Rogers Field, OK Nov 16, 1945.
25911 (F-5G-6-LO)
25913 (F-5G-6-LO) to French AF
25915 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
25920 (F-5G-6-LO)
25924 (360th FG) lost Mar 8, 1945.  MACR 14415
25927 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
25928 (F-5G-6-LO)
25929 (F-5G-6-LO)
25931 (347th FG) lost Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 14253
25932 (F-5G-6-LO) with 379 BU damaged in midair collision over Coffeyville AAF, NE Apr 12, 1945.
25933 (F-5G-6-LO)
25939 (F-5G-6-LO)
25947 (F-5G-6-LO)
25948 (F-5G-6-LO)
25953 to F-5G-6-LO.  Transferred to French AF May 1, 1945.  Assigned to GR 1/33 (Groupe Reconnaissance) "Belfort"
and was subsequently coded W4-G and used call sign F-UHBG.  Returned to USA.  Nose section on display
at Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, California.
25955 (F-5G-6-LO)
25958 (F-5G-6-LO)
25968 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashed during training mission.  Condemned Jul 12, 1945.
25970 (F-5G-6-LO)
25972 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
25987 crashed into house in the San Fernando Valley Jan 25, 1945
25994 (F-5G-6-LO)
26027 (14th FG) lost Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 13982
26044 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
26045 (F-5F-3-LO) to Chinese AF.
26046 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
26059 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
26061 (F-5F-3-LO) to French AF
26062 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
26063 (F-5G-6-LO)
26077 (14th FG) lost Apr 23, 1945.  MACR 14036
26120 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26121 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26122 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26123 (F-5G-6-LO)
26124 (F-5G-6-LO)
26125 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO Jul 21, 1945
26126 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO Jul 21, 1945
26127 (F-5G-6-LO) to French AF Jul 21, 1945
26128 (F-5G-6-LO)
26129 (F-5G-6-LO)
26130 (F-5G-6-LO)
26137 (F-5G-6-LO)
26138 (F-5G-6-LO)
26139 (F-5G-6-LO)
26140 (F-5G-6-LO)
26141 (F-5G-6-LO)
26142 (F-5G-6-LO)
26143 (F-5G-6-LO)
26144 (F-5G-6-LO)
26145 (F-5G-6-LO)
26160 (18th FG, 44th FS)
26163 (F-5G-6-LO)
26204 (8th FG) lost May 29, 1945.  MACR 14586
26227 (F-5G-6-LO)
26228 (F-5G-6-LO)
26229 (F-5G-6-LO)
26230 (F-5G-6-LO)
26231 (F-5G-6-LO)
26232 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26233 (F-5G-6-LO)
26234 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26235 (F-5G-6-LO)
26236 (F-5G-6-LO)
26237 (F-5G-6-LO)
26244 (F-5G-6-LO)
26247 (F-5G-6-LO)
26248 (F-5G-6-LO)
26249 (F-5G-6-LO)
26250 (F-5G-6-LO)
26251 (F-5G-6-LO)
26252 (F-5G-6-LO)
26253 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26254 (F-5G-6-LO)
26255 (F-5G-6-LO)
26256 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26267 (F-5G-6-LO)
26268 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO.
26269 (F-5G-6-LO)
26270 (F-5G-6-LO) to N1208N.  Cancelled Aug 5, 2013.
26271 (F-5G-6-LO)
26273 (F-5G-6-LO)
26273 (F-5G-6-LO)
26274 (F-5G-6-LO)
26275 (F-5G-6-LO)
26276 (F-5G-6-LO)
26302 (18th FG, 44th FS)
26303 (475th FG, 431st FS) shot down by small arms fire on mission to Taiwan Jun 18, 1945 
26393 (F-5G-6-LO) (475th FG, 431st FS) crashed on takeoff during test flight Feb 1, 1945.  Also listed
as condemned Jun 20, 1946 after being destroyed in typhoon on Guam while being stored.
26395 (49th FG) lost Jun 9, 1945.  MACR 14610
26398 (18th FG, 445h FS)
26400 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26402 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26406 (F-5G-6-LO)
26416 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26417 (F-5G-6-LO)
26418 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26419 (F-5G-6-LO)
26420 (F-5G-6-LO)
26421 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26422 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26423 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26424 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26425 (F-5G-6-LO)
26426 (F-5G-6-LO)
26427 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26428 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26429 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26430 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26431 (F-5G-6-LO)
26432 (F-5G-6-LO)
26433 (F-5G-6-LO)
26434 (F-5G-6-LO)
26435 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26436 (F-5G-6-LO)
26437 (F-5G-6-LO)
26438 (F-5G-6-LO)
26439 (F-5G-6-LO)
26440 (F-5G-6-LO)
26441 (F-5G-6-LO)
26442 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26443 (F-5G-6-LO)
26444 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26445 (F-5G-6-LO)
26446 (F-5G-6-LO)
26447 (F-5G-6-LO) damaged in takeoff accident at Wright Field, OH Jul 26, 1945
26448 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26449 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26450 (F-5G-6-LO)
26451 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26452 (F-5G-6-LO)
26453 (F-5G-6-LO)
26454 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26455 (F-5G-6-LO)
26456 (F-5G-6-LO)
26458 (F-5G-6-LO)
26460 (F-5G-6-LO)
26461 (F-5G-6-LO)
26465 (F-5G-6-LO)
26473 (475th FG, 433rd FS) crashed into Lingayen Gulf Jul 8, 1945
26538 (8th FG, 36th FS) failed to pull out of dive Jul 13, 1945, Mindoro.  Pilot killed
26545 to NX66692 in 1947.  Race #36 "Punkin".  Cancelled Mar 14, 1956
26546 (P-38L-5-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored	
26565 (F-5G-6-LO)
26584 scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
26588 (F-5G-6-LO)
26592 (F-5G-6-LO)
26609 (F-5G-6-LO)
26612 (F-5G-6-LO) to N5056N.  DBF San Antonio, Texas Apr 27, 1957.  cancelled May 6, 1957
26614 (F-5G-6-LO)
26615 (F-5G-6-LO)
26616 (F-5G-6-LO)
26622 (F-5G-6-LO)
26623 (F-5G-6-LO)
26624 (F-5G-6-LO)
26625 (F-5G-6-LO)
26626 (F-5G-6-LO)
26627 (F-5G-6-LO)
26628 (F-5G-6-LO)
26629 (F-5G-6-LO)
26630 (F-5G-6-LO)
26631 (F-5G-6-LO)
26632 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26633 (F-5G-6-LO)
26634 (F-5G-6-LO)
26635 (F-5G-6-LO)
26636 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26642 (F-5G-6-LO)
26643 (F-5G-6-LO)
26644 (F-5G-6-LO)
26645 (F-5G-6-LO) scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
26646 (F-5G-6-LO)
26647 (F-5G-6-LO)
26648 (F-5G-6-LO)
26649 (F-5G-6-LO)
26656 (F-5G-6-LO)
26666 (F-5G-6-LO)
26670 (F-5G-6-LO) registered to Giorgi S. Moody, Sebastian, Florida as N1208N
26679 (F-5G-6-LO)
26683 (F-5G-6-LO)
26684 (F-5G-6-LO)
26685 (F-5G-6-LO)
26688 (F-5G-6-LO)
26689 (F-5G-6-LO)
26690 (F-5G-6-LO)
26691 (F-5G-6-LO)
26693 (F-5G-6-LO)
26696 (MSN 7700) became N1208N
26699 (F-5G-6-LO)
26725 (F-5G-6-LO)
26726 (F-5G-6-LO)
26727 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26728 (F-5G-6-LO)
26729 (F-5G-6-LO)
26731 (F-5G-6-LO)
26732 (F-5G-6-LO)
26733 (F-5G-6-LO)
26734 (F-5G-6-LO)
26735 (F-5G-6-LO)
26736 (F-5G-6-LO)
26737 (F-5G-6-LO)
26738 (F-5G-6-LO)
26740 (F-5G-6-LO)
26741 (F-5G-6-LO)
26742 (F-5G-6-LO)
26743 (F-5G-6-LO)
26744 (F-5G-6-LO)
26750 (F-5G-6-LO)
26751 (F-5G-6-LO)
26756 (F-5G-6-LO)
26759 (F-5G-6-LO)
26760 (F-5G-6-LO)
26761 (MSN 7765, F-5G-6-LO) to RFC at Kingman AZ Jan 23, 1946.  To NL5054N Oct 27, 1947.
To Spartan Air Services as CF-GKE May 11, 1956.  Became
N6190C May 30, 1956.  Damaged on takeoff in Paraguay about 1961 and
abandoned. Recovered from Presidente Stroessner AP, Ascuncion
and shipped to USA in 1972.  At Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL,
registered to Weeks Air Museum, Miami, FL. as N2897S Jul 23, 1981.  Reported
Mar 1982 at Weeks Air Museu, Tamiani, FL.  Damaged during Hurricane Andrew in 1992.  Reported May 2006
as being long-term restoration in Fantasy of Flight,
Polk City, FL
26775 (F-5G-6-LO)
26776 (F-5G-6-LO)
26777 (F-5G-6-LO)
26778 (F-5G-6-LO)
26779 (F-5G-6-LO)
26780 (F-5G-6-LO)
26781 (F-5G-6-LO) forcelanded 80 mi NE of Denver, CO Jul 14, 1945
26782 (F-5G-6-LO)
26783 (F-5G-6-LO)
26827 (F-5G-6-LO)
26831 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26855 (F-5G-6-LO)
26850 (F-5G-6-LO) crashlanded at Marpi Point Field, Saipan
Sep 23, 1945.
26863 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26865 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26871 (F-5G-6-LO)
26873 (F-5G-6-LO)
26874 (F-5G-6-LO)
26877 (F-5G-6-LO)
26884 (F-5G-6-LO)
26892 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26915 dumped at Shemya Island, Aleutian Islands 1940’s
26916 (F-5G-6-LO)
26917 (F-5G-6-LO)
26918 (F-5G-6-LO)
26919 (F-5G-6-LO)
26920 (F-5G-6-LO)
26921 (F-5G-6-LO)
26922 (F-5G-6-LO)
26923 (F-5G-6-LO)
26924 (F-5G-6-LO)
26927 (MSN 422-7931) to RFC Jan 4, 1946.  The aircraft was flown later in 1946 
to Seymour, Indiana, where it remained until October 01, 1949, when it was purchased by Universal 
Air Marine and Supply Company for the Bolivian Government.  It is believed 
while at Seymour, Indiana the aircraft was registered as NX26927 and 
participated in the National Air Races. The owner was listed as Howard LeVier 
of Kalamazoo, Michigan.  On October 03, 1949 the aircraft was flown on a 
ferry permit from Seymour, Indiana to Schrom Field, Maryland.  On November 01, 
1949 on a acceptance test flight flown by the Bolivian pilot the now 
undocumented aircraft was involved in a midair collision with Eastern 
Airlines Flight 537. (N88727, ex 43-17165 a C-54B-10-DO, MSN 18365/DO138) 
while both were on an approach to runway 03 at Washington-National Airport. 
From the C-54B, 4 crew, 51 PAX fatal. From the P-38, the Bolivian test pilot 
survived, both aircraft were destroyed. It was (at the time) the worst plane 
crash in the history of civil aviation.  The P-38 pilot was accused of causing 
the accident, later tried and cleared of the charges, which now is believed to have 
been an ATC error.
26940 (F-5G-6-LO)
26951 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26952 (F-5G-6-LO)
26953 (F-5G-6-LO)
26954 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26955 (F-5G-6-LO)
26956 (F-5G-6-LO)
26957 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26958 (F-5G-6-LO)
26959 (F-5G-6-LO)
26960 (F-5G-6-LO)
26961 (MSN 7965, F-5G-6-LO) to RFC Jan 23, 1946, Kingman, AZ.  To Costa Rica AF as G.C.R-01.  To
Guatemalan AF but NTU.  To Honduras AF as FAH504 in Oct 1948.
Acquired by Bob Bean Aircraft, Blythe,CA Mar 1960 as N74883.  Flown as Race #59 "Scrap Iron"
Later sold as N38DH, then N6961.  Flew as P-38L-5-LO.  Destroyed in crash
at Salt Lake City Apr 9, 1981. Wreckage stored at Chino, CA 1993.  Was still on FAA register as
N6961, but cancelled Jun 5, 2013
26962 (F-5G-6-LO) to NC62807 in 1946
26963 (F-5G-6-LO) crashlanded at Coolidge Field, Antigua, British
West Indies Jul 18, 1945.
26964 (F-5G-6-LO)
26965 (F-5G-6-LO)
26968 (F-5G-6-LO)
26969 converted to F-5G-6-LO.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 8, 1946.  To NX53753, then N53753.
Became N503MH with Mark Hurd Aerial Surveys, MN.  Acquired by 
Bruce Pruitt and in 1996 reported as 'nearing completion of long restoration'
26971 (F-5G-6-LO)
26972 (F-5G-6-LO)
26981 (MSN 7985) converted to F-5G. condemned salvage obsolete Mar 21, 1947, 
assigned FEA Apr 30, 1947.  On civil registry as N5596V in 1946.
Crashed at Paris, TX in 1972.  Rebuilt in 1980s with parts
from F-5G 44-26996.  In 2009 was registered as N7723C
26984 to N1201N (C of R not issued).  Crashed Nov 11, 1950.  Cancelled Dec 14, 1950.
26990 (F-5G-6-LO)
26992 (F-5G-6-LO)
26993 (F-5G-6-LO)
26994 (F-5G-6-LO)
26995 (F-5G-6-LO) to NX67864/N67864.  Race #40, later Race #34 "Batty Betty II".  Crashed near
Vasques Rocks, California May 28, 1952.
26996 (MSN 8000, F-5G-6-LO) to RFC Kingman, AZ Oct 8, 1946.  
Registered as N53752 in 1946, then CF-GCH in 1952, then 
N5596V (but note conflict with 44-26981).  Crashed in 1970 and some
components reported used in rebuild of 44-26981.  However,
26996 reported restored and flying again by spring 1986.
Now on flyable display at Museum of Flying,
Santa Ana, CA.  Currently under restoration at Westpac Restorations
of Rialto, CA
26997 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26998 (F-5G-6-LO)
26999 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27000 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27001 (F-5G-6-LO)
27002 (MSN 422-8006) to F-5G-6-LO.  TO RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 24, 1946.  To NX53753 in 1946. 
To N503MH in 1957.  To N7973.  Crashed Tillamook, Oregon Jun 7, 1997.  C of R terminated.
44-26969 also quoted for N503MH.
27003 (F-5G-6-LO)
27004 (F-5G-6-LO)
27005 (F-5G-6-LO) wo NC68123/N68123.  To CF-GSP Mar 31, 1950.  DBR Minneapolis, Minnesota Nov 25, 1950.
27006 (F-5G-6-LO)
27009 (F-5G-6-LO)
27011 (F-5G-6-LO)
27012 (F-5G-6-LO)
27013 (F-5G-6-LO)
27021 (F-5G-6-LO)
27022 (F-5G-6-LO) to N1219N Apr 23, 1948.  W/o May 25, 1948 and cancelled May 27, 1949
27023 (F-5G-6-LO)
27024 (F-5G-6-LO)
27025 (F-5G-6-LO) with Spartan Air Services as CF-GSQ Oct 27, 1950, then to N5597V.  Reported sold in Spain in 1957 as
EC-WNU/EC-ANU. Derelict Madrid-Barajas, Spain by 1964.  Scrapped and cancelled Oct 17, 1969.  This is
believed to be the correct identity instead of 44-27200.
27026 (MSN 8030, F-5G-6-LO) became NX70005, then N70005.  Race #50 "The Minnesota Gopher II".  Crashed Cleveland,
Ohio in 1949.
27027 (F-5G-6-LO)
27028 (F-5G-6-LO)
27029 (F-5G-6-LO) with 348 CCTS hit wires 8 mi NNW of Perrin, TX Nov 29, 1945
27030 (F-5G-6-LO)
27031 (F-5G-6-LO)
27032 (F-5G-6-LO)
27033 (F-5G-6-LO)
27039 scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
27053 (MSN 422-8057) converted to F-5G.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 23, 1946.  Record 
card indicates condemned salvage Sep 22, 1947.  Became N345,
then N345DN, then N577JB
27062 scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
27074 scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
27083 to F-5G-6-LO.  To RFC at Kingman AAF, AZ Feb 21, 1946. To NL75551.   Became N502MH with Mark 
Hurd Aerial Surveys, MN. Stored 1968-1994, then acquired by Bruce Pruitt who 
reregistered it NL2114L.  Now on flyable display as N2114L at Tillamook Air
Museum, Oregon.
27084 (F-5G-6-LO)
27085 (F-5G-6-LO)
27086 (F-5G-6-LO)
27087 (MSN 422-8091) converted to F-5G-6-LO.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 23, 1946.
To civil registry as NX65485 in 1946	
To NX345 with Russell C. Reeves, Tulsa,OK Apr 1946/1950
To N345 with Tennessee Valley Authority, TN, Nov 1950/1953
To Aero Service Corp, Philadelphia, PA. Jul 1953/1957
To James M.Cook, Jacksboro, TX. Jan 1957/1969
To Gary R. Levitz, Dallas, TX.(race #55; #38/"Double Trouble Too") June 1969/1972
To Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX.(damaged, gear collapsed at Reno, NV Sep 1983)
2 Aug 1972/1983
To N345DN Gary R. Levitz/Invader Aviation, Dallas, TX. Nov 1983/1984
To N577JB John MacQuire, El Paso,TX Apr 1987/1990.  
Currently with War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, NM since 1990/1991.  
27088 (F-5G-6-LO)
27092 (F-5G-6-LO)
27108 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27145 (MSN 422-8149) to RFC at Altus, OK Jan 27, 1946, to the Caribbean Legion on Cayo 
Confites base of MRD (Movimiento Revolucionaria Dominicano), 08/47 taken over by Cuba as CAEC 125.
27183 (MSN 422-8187) converted to F-5G.  To commercial registry as N53753, later as NC62441 with Kargl Aerial Surveys, 
Midland,TX 17 May 1946/1947.  To Aero Exploration Co, Tulsa, OK Dec 1947/1953
To N62441 with Mark Hurd Aerial Surveys, Minneapolis, MN 2 Jan 1953/1958
To N501MH with Mark Hurd Aerial Surveyes, Minneapolis, MN Mar 1958/1965
To Pacific Aerial Surveys, Seattle,WA 24 May 1965
To N517PA with Pacific Aerial Surveys, WA Dec 1965/1969
To Wally D. Peterson, Manson,WA 21 May 1969/1971
To I. N. Burchinall, Jr. Paris, TX. 27 Aug 1971/1973
To N5596V
To David M. Boyd, Tulsa,Okla (rebuild Tulsa,Okla 1973/1975) 3 Apr 1973/1981
To N517PA again with N. Merrill Wien Richard A. Wein, Fairbanks,AK (based Chino,Ca) 28 Feb 1981/1990
To N718 with Yankee Air Corps Museum, Chino, CA 13 Mar 1990/1992
On display at McGuire AFB, New Jersey
27200 (MSN 422-8204) converted to F-5G.  Quoted as NL5597V
27205 (MSN 422-8209) to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 18, 1945.  Listed as
P-38L on record card.  To NC57210, NX34992, HP-xxx.  Sold to Aero-Surveys of Vancouver, BC as CF-JJA.  To
Argentina as LV-HIX in the early 1960s and was in an accident in Argentina and
later scrapped.   
27207 (MSN 8211) converted to F-5G, became NX65419.
27209 (F-5G-6-LO)
27210 (F-5G-6-LO)
27211 (F-5G-6-LO) crashed Feb 8, 1946 at Sturgis, South Dakota.
27212 (F-5G-6-LO)
27213 (F-5G-6-LO) 
27215 (F-5G-6-LO)
27218 (F-5G-6-LO)
27230 (F-5G-6-LO)
27231 (MSN 422-8235) to F-5G-6-LO.  To RFC at Altus, OK Nov 27, 1945.
To civil registry as NX79123/N79123.  Race #95.  Reported as scrapped in 1951 and cancelled Sep 3, 1970.
Went to Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL and in Mar 1977 to Yesterday's Air Force at Chino, CA.  
Restored Jun 28, 1982.  Put on display at P-38 National Association,
March AFB, CA.  Ownership passed in 1987 to Military Aircraft Restoration Group,
Chino, CA.  Has been bought by The Fighter Collection of Duxford, England from
the Flying Heritage Collection of Rialto, CA who had themselves obtained it from
David Tallichet.  Flown from Rialto to Chino in May 2003 for final work by Fighter
Rebuilders before delivery to The Fighter Collection.  Sold in 2004 to R. Fagan
of Minnesota and never left USA.  Preserved and on display at Fagen Fighters World War II 
Museum, Granite Fall, Minnesota.  Registered N79123, current
27232 (F-5G-6-LO)
27233 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27234 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27235 (F-5G-6-LO)
27236 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27237 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27238 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27245 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27249 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27250 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27251 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27252 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27254 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NC67247
27256 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27257 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NX62898 in 1946.  To Mexico in 1946 and probably to Nicaraguan AF
27258 (MSN 422-8262) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 28, 1945.  To civil registry as NX67863, 
to the Caribbean Legion on Cayo Confites base of MRD
(Movimiento Revolucionaria Dominicano), 08/47 taken over by Cuba as CAEC 123.
44-92050 ... 44-92064
Consolidated B-36B-10-CF Peacemaker
MSN 47/61.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
92050 crashed on takeoff from Fairchild AFB Apr 15, 1952. The cause has been blamed 
on an improperly-set trim tab prior to takeoff.  15 killed, 2 survived with major 
injuries.  However, there is uncertainty about the actual cause of the accident.
It may have happened that the aircraft was airborne briefly for a quarter mile 
when one starboard engine began backfiring and caught fire, followed by the 
shutdown of all six engines.  There may have been a nuclear bomb aboard, which may be the 
reason for the high amount of secrecy surrounding this incident.
92051 damaged 9/1/52 by tornado at Carswell AFB.  Not returned to service.
92052 (MSN 49) to MASDC Aug 7, 1956
92053 (MSN 50) to MASDC Sep 10, 1956
92054 (MSN 51) converted to JB-36D.  To MASDC Sep 17, 1957 and scrapped there
92055 (MSN 52) to MASDC Aug 22, 1956
92056 (MSN 53) to MASDC Nov 8, 1956
92057 (MSN 54) to MASDC Dec 6, 1956
92058 (MSN 55) to MASDC Nov 6, 1956
92059 (MSN 56) to MASDC Dec 14, 1956
92060 (MSN 57) to MASDC Dec 17, 1956
92061 (MSN 58) to MASDC Feb 17, 1956
92062 (MSN 59) to MASDC Jun 1, 1956
92063 (MSN 60) to MASDC Apr 27, 1956
92064 (MSN 61) to MASDC Nov 15, 1956
45-526 ... 45-575
Douglas C-54G-5-DO Skymaster
MSN 35979/36028
526 (MSN 35979/DO373) WFU and stored MASDC . To Dross Metals of Tucson
AZ Nov 6, 1975 and broken up
527 (MSN 35980) converted to JC-54G.  Reconverted back to C-54G.  In 1970 appeared 
in Columbia for Fuerza Aerea Colombiana (FAC) as FAC-694 based at the Columbian 
Air Base of Palanquero assigned to the Comando Aereo de Transporte Militar. 
WFU April 1998.
528 (MSN 35981) crashed into mountain near Chuka, India Nov 3, 1945.  44 killed.
529 (MSN 35982/DO376) assigned to 64th Air Resupply Squadron [ARS], Bergstrom AFB, TX 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 1, 1960 to Jun 10, 1960
Registered as NASA 231.  Assigned to Goddard Space Flight Center, MD 
WFU and stored Jan 13, 1972 as CC207 at MASDC.  To Robins
AFB, GA Feb 8 1972, to GAC, Hondo, TX, then to MAP.
530 (MSN 35983/DO377) 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
as N90913, named 'Flagship Amsterdam'. Sep 1950 to sold to Pan American Airways 
as 'Clipper White Falcon'. Aug 1961 to 45-0530, WFU.  Believe to have been delivered to FAA in 1964/5 as TC-48
which disappeared Nov 1965.
531 (MSN 35984/DO378) in 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
as N90910, named 'Flagship Shannon', to Flying Tiger Lines by 1953 until 1957, back to 
45-0531, broken up
532 (MSN 35985) to US Coast Guard
533 (MSN 35986/DO380) on Aug 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered as N90912, 
named 'Flagship Washington' and then later 'Flagship Prestwick'.  May 1950 to storage as 45-0533.
To Trans Ocean Airways as N9864F, then to Air Jordan as JY-ACD. 
To Southern Air Transport as N9864F.  Lease purchase to Georgia Air. 05/70 to Epps Air 
Service, Inc. of Atlanta, GA as N888RH, next sold to Brooks Air Fuel Ltd registered 
as N898AL.  W/O April 17, 1995 after a landing incident at Kivalina, AK
534 (MSN 35987) to Pan American Airways as N88951 *Clipper Racer* in 1947.  Must have been returned to USAF
since went to MASDC as VC-54G Sep 12, 1972 and coded CC223
535 (MSN 35988) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC as CC194 Jun 15, 1971.  To civil registry as N3303F, later C-BGNV 
with Buffalo Airways
536 (MSN 35989/DO383) delivered to USAAF Jul 19, 1945, to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Oct 29, 1973 as CC253. 
Consolidated Aeronautics bought Jan 30, 1978. Aircraft Surplus Inc. bought Feb 21, 1978 reg. N54578. 
William D. Kirkconnel Inc. bought May 20, 1978. Stephen L. Ruth bought Dec 26, 1978. Impounded and stored Madrid, 
Colombia Dec 28, 1978. Broken up.
537 (MSN 35990) converted to VC-54G, then to Pan American Airways as N88953 *Clipper Ocean Rover*.  Must have been
returned to USAF since went to MASDC Jan 15, 1965.
538 (MSN 35991/DO385) delivered to USAAF Jul 21, 1945, to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored 1973.
539 (MSN 35992) to civil registry as N2297V, then as HK-2377.  Derelict by Feb 1997.
540 (MSN 35993) to US Coast Guard
541 (MSN 35994) to MASDC as CC189 Apr 14, 1971.  To civil registry as N3376F, then sold abroad.
542 (MSN 35995) damaged Aug 12, 1945 Barrackpore, India in taxi accident. To MASDC Feb 14, 1966.  Returned to service.  
Back to MASDC as CC2347 Jun 4, 1973.  To civil registry as N81FA
543 (MSN 35996, 14th TCS, 61st TCG) crashed in bad weather at Stake House
Fell, Lancashire, England Jan 7, 1949.  All 6 onboard killed.
544 (MSN 35997) converted to VC-54G.  WFU and stored at Davis Monthan AFB,
AZ OCt 8, 1970.  Broken up 1973.
545 (MSN 35998) to Pan American Airways as N88952 *Clipper Australia*.
Back to USAF as 45-0545 converted to VC-54G.  To TAM-53
546 (MSN 35999) to MASDC Apr 27, 1966.  To Peruvian AF as FAP 393. Re registered as OB-R-955
547 (MSN 36000) to MASDC Nov 23, 1969.  To South Korean AF as 50547.
548 (MSN 36001/DO395) delivered to USAAF Jul 30, 1945.  Damaged in landing accident Sep 21, 1946 Fairfield-Suisun AB,
California.  to USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Attached to 1263ATS/1500ATG at Hickam AFB, HI 
had a landing accident Sep 13, 1951 at Johnston Island AFB.  WFU & stored 1973.
549 (MSN 36002) was personal aircraft of Maj Gen WilliamTunner, commander
of Combined Air Lift Task Force during Berlin Airlift.  To MASDC Mar 19, 1970.
551 (MSN 36004) to TAM-51, later CP-2292
553 (MSN 36006) to MASDC as CC203 Nov 29, 1971.
554 (MSN 36007/DO401) 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
as N90914, 1948 back to 45-0554, WFU (This one is a mystery - it 
may have been used in the Bay of Pigs -April 1961
555 (MSN 36008/DC402) missing Oct 9, 1945., no further details.   Also
reported as surviving the war and going to MASDC Feb 5, 1970. 
556 (MSN 36009) to SC-54G.  To MASDC at unknown date.  Became NASA 27 then NASA 427, then to civil registry as N427NA, 
then N4958M with Aero Union Corp.  Purchased Dec 2005 by Buffalo
Airways Ltd of Yellowknife, NT and registered Mar 1, 2006 as C-FBAM.
557 (MSN 36010) flown to Berlin May 7, 1971, on loan from USAF Museum.  Was in storage at Berlin 
Tempelhof Airport.  Put on display 1988. Transferred to Deutsche Technikmuseum, Berlin
in 1992.  Displayed in poor condition at northern fence of airport, but noted in good condition
at the terminal building in 2012. 
559 (MSN 36012) to MASDC at unknown date
560 (MSN 36013) to MASDC Sep 24, 1965.
561 (MSN 36014) to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  To GAC, Victoria Jan 17, 1966, then to Colombian AF as FAC 698
562 (MSN 36015) to N95423, back to USAF as 45-0562 and converted to
VC-54G.  To MASDC as CC217 Jul 5, 1972.
563 (MSN 36016) crashed on approach near Fassberg, Germany Jan 18, 1949. 1 of 3 onboard killed.
564 (MSN 36017) to MASDC Jul 8, 1965.
565 (MSN 36018) assigned to 1604th Air Base Group, Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1967.  to MASDC Jan 13, 1970.	
566 (MSN 36019) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2408.  To Colombian AF in 1970
567 (MSN 36020) suffered taxying accident at Luhsien, China Sep 23, 1945,
consequences not known.
568 (MSN 36021) suffered some sort of takeoff accident and subsequent
belly landing at Kunming, China Sep 22, 1945.  Consequences not
known.
569 (MSN 36022/DO 416) w/o with 234d ATS when ditched in the Atlantic Ocean off Weather
Station Echo after fuel shortage during flight from Azores (Portugal) to 
Bermuda Jan 26, 1955.  No loss of life.
570 (MSN 36023/DO417) delivered to USAAF Aug 13, 1945, To USAF Sep 18,1947.  Assigned to 1271 ATS/1701 ATW at
Great Falls AFB, Montana. On Jan 10, 1950 crashed at Kodiak AFB, Alaska after landing long on runway and ran off
the end of the runway into waters of St Paul Harbor.  6 of 28 onboard received minor injuries.
571 to Pan American Airways as N88943 *Clipper Golden Express*, then to Flying Tiger
Lines by 1953.  Later to Colombian AF as FAC 697, later FAC 1105
572 (MSN 36025) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2401.  Crashed at sea Dec 11, 1960.  8 crew killed.
573 (MSN 36026) damaged during attempted belly landing at Lashio, Burma
Nov 8, 1945.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1970.
574 (MSN 36027) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1970.
575 (MSN 36028) to Brazilian Air Force as FAB-2403, Purchased by 
CAT, leased to Air Vietnam between February 20 and August 20, 1957, 
registered as N2168. Operated from Tachikawa, Japan for Air America up until 
summer of 1961 when it again was leased to Air Vietnam. January 02, 1962 Air 
America sold it to Air Asia Co. Ltd. and registered B-1010.  Next Air Asia 
resold it to Air America on September 27, 1965 and registered as N12190. In 
1968 it was withdrawn from used and stored. 1969 it commenced operation from 
Yokota, Japan for Air America.  When Yokota closed in 1974 the aircraft was 
moved to Tainan as a spare aircraft.  Next the aircraft was scheduled on May 
8, 1975 to be delivered to the Continental US, but was sold to Air Vietnam on 
March 29, 1975 and registered as XV-NU.
45-576 ... 45-625
Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster
MSN 36029/36078
576 (MSN 36029) to US Coast Guard.  Later to civil registry as N13060, CF-KAE, then 9Q-COF
577 (MSN 36030) to B-1803
578 (MSN 36031) converted to SC-54G.  Leased to Transcontinental & Western Air 1946
Registered as N79065.  Leased to Seaboard & Western Airline Dec 19, 1947.
Returned to USAF as 45-578 Feb 2, 1954.  Registered as NASA 238
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1973
Registered as NASA 438.  Registered as N438NA to NASA 1969
Registered as N438NA to Aircraft Specialities Mar 1981.  Registered as N438NA to Globe Air Jul 9, 1981.
Registered as N438NA to Air Response Mar 13, 1986.
Registered as N438NA to Brooks Fuel Feb 18, 2010; expired Dec 31, 2013
Stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ 
579 (MSN 36032) on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
580 (MSN 36033) to MASDC Mar 16, 1970
581 (MSN 36034) to MASDC as CC190 Apr 0, 1971.
582 (MSN 36035) to MASDC as CC136 Sep 26, 1969.  To GAC, Victoria Nov 10, 1969, then FMS to Republic of Korea AF as 50582
583 (MSN 36036) to US Coast Guard.  To civil registry as 5W-FAC, then N17225, then HC-ASC, then N6299,
then CP-1090.  Reported to have been written off Jan 13, 1984.
584 (MSN 36037) to PP-BTS
585 (MSN 36038) to N95424
586 (MSN 36039/DO433) to Pan American Airways as N88955 *Clipper Hamburg*, *Clipper Oslo*, *Clipper Nonpareil*
*Clipper Stockholm*, last *Clipper Ranger*.  Returned to USAF Nov 6, 1953.
To Royal Danish AF as N586, to Air Center International as 9Q-CBE Nov 1977.
Re-registered as 9Q-CAV.  Destrpyed by fire Apr 1978 at Kinshasa, Zaire.
Cockpit and front fuselage destroyed, broken up.
Did not go to British civil registry as G-GBSK.
587 (MSN 36040) to US Coast Guard later to N4621S
588 (MSN 36041) 
589 (MSN 36042/DO436) in 1945 to N90909 for American Overseas Airlines, named 'Flagship Keflavik', then in 
1950 back to 45-0589.   Bought from Southern Air Transport for Air America/CAT in early 
Nov. 1966, further registered to Air Asia on Nov. 08, 1966.  Registered as B-1016, further
leased to China Air as B-1016.  March 7, 1974 it was to be sold to Plum International 
Travel Ltd. of Jakarta, but the deal fell through, as Plum was unable to make the final 
payment.  Resold by Air Asia to Air America and immediately to CAT to retain 
the Chinese registry of B-1016.   Departed Tainan May 08, 1975 for the 
Continental US, registration cancelled July 02, 1975.  Sale reportedly to Bird 
& Sons of Bird Air, Oakland, CA on July 10, 1975 at $60,000.  Sold to 
Bo-S-Aire Airlines, Anderson, SC as N65132 also in July.  Then re-registered 
as N74BA on Oct. 28, 1975.  Withdrawn from use and stored March 1977. 
590 (MSN 36043) to Pan American Airways as N88948 *Clipper Westward Ho*, *Clipper Frankfurt*,
*Clipper Berlin*  Must have been returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, and to MASDC Feb 1, 1970.
592 (MSN 36045) w/o Oct 1960 when crashlanded on beach at Retalhuleu, Guatemala.  Supposed to have gone to
MAP in Mar 1959 but believed to have been used by CIA in "black" operations.
593 (MSN 36046) to Spanish AF as T.4-13. later to civil registry as EC-BXL
594 (MSN 36047) to MASDC Jan 13, 1966. Returned to service Apr 25, 1967.
595 (MSN 36048) suffered landing accident at Barrackpore Nov 25, 1945,
consequences not known
596 (MSN 36049) to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  Returned to service Apr 16, 1967.  Back to MASDC as CC261 Jun 25, 1975.
To civil registry as N4989N, then C-BGSK.  To Buffalo Airways May 30, 2002.
Crashlanded Aug 2, 2003 short of Ulu mine landing strip in Canadian Northwest
Territories while delivering a load of fuel
597 (MSN 36050) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2409 in 1960.
598 (MSN 36051) to MASDC Aug 4, 1965
599 (MSN 36052) to South Korean AF as 50599
600 (MSN 36053) to Pan American Airways as N88959 *Clipper Live Yankee, then *Clipper Celestial*
601 (MSN 36054) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2406 in 1960.
602 (MSN 36055) crashed Aug 20, 1970 5 mi NE of Homestead AFB, FL. (ASN)
604 (MSN 36057) to Colombian AF as FAC 696
605 (MSN 36058) Assigned to 7167th Special Air Missions Squadron, Wiesbaden, West Germany [1950]
Assigned to HQ TAC, Langley AFB, VA Jan 22, 1951.    To MASDC at unknown date.
606 (MSN 36059) to Pan American Airways as N88956 *Clipper Polynesia*. Must have been returned to USAF and
converted to VC-54G, and to MASDC Aug 31, 1970.
607 (MSN 36060) to Pan American Airways as N88960.  W/o Dec 22, 1958 when struck Mt Illiama, Alaska.  15 killed.
608 (MSN 36061) converted to SC-54G.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1966.  Must have been returned to service since
back to MASDC as CC224 Nov 2, 1972.  To Pan American Airways as N88957 *Clipper Oriental*.
To Aero Union as N3373F. Crashed Jul 14, 1981, Kenai, AL.
609 (MSN 36062) converted to JC-54G.  To Spain as EC-BQM, T.4-12.
610 (MSN 36063) to US Overseas Airline Nov 16, 1955 and registered as N4000A.
Ditched and w/o in a small lake after takeoff from NAS Jacksonville airport
Oct 15, 1959 due to incorrect fuel management.  Was to have gone to user in
Colombia as HP-320 but never taken up.
611 (MSN 36064) to MASDC as CC199 Aug 17, 1971.
612 (MSN 36065) loaned to Honduran AF in 1967 as 612.  Used to ferry aid from Honduras
to Vietnam.  To MASDC Jul 28, 1970
613 (MSN 36066) to MASDC as CC200 Sep 15, 1971.  To N88947
614 (MSN 36067) to US Coast Guard. To Florida Aircraft Leasing as N708Z
615 (MSN 36068) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2407 in 1960.  To Colombian AF in 1970
616 (MSN 36069) to Pan American Airways as N88946 *Clipper Argonaut*, later *Clipper Westward Ho*.   Must have
been returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, to MASDC Mar 30, 1970.
617 (MSN 36070) to MASDC as CC230 Dec 14, 1972.  To Pan American Airways as N88954 *Clipper Pacific Raider*, later N9065Q
618 (MSN 37071) destroyed by fire after taxying accident at Tezgaon
Mar 22, 1946
619 (MSN 36072/DO466) to Pan American Airways as N88941.  August 29, 1946 to Air Asia/CAT
registered as B-1004, March 31, 1959 then leased to Air America as B-1004.
On September 27, 1965 Air America purchased and registered it as N12191. 
Put in inactive storage Tainan October 8, 1972 until November 1973. 
On November 13, 1973 sold to Air Distribution Inc. of Honolulu registered as N404AD.
April 12, 1974 the company went bankrupt and again the aircraft was stored at Tainan 
and sold to Air Asia eventually on February 25, 1976.  Sold to E-Systems, Dallas, 
Texas in April 1978, resold to Air Distribution as 'Dena' on April 17, 1978, 
sold to Hayes Int'l Corp. on October 18, 1979, but leased back to Air Distribution 
the same day.  Sold to Pacific Air Express on December 20, 1982 and re-registered 
as N300JT.  It crashed after an engine failure on approach to Kahului, HI on June 29, 1983. 
620 (MSN 36073) to Pan American Airways as N88958 *Clipper Red Rover*, then *Clipper Derby*.
Later N9939F.  Returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, to MASDC as CC219 Aug 9, 1972.
621 (MSN 36074/DO468) delivered to USAAF Oct 3, 1945.  To USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Suffered minor damage from a
mechanical failure Oct 11, 1950 while attached to 1263 ATS/1500A ATG 400 mi E of Haneda AB. WFU and stored 1973.
622 (MSN 37075/DO469) delivered to USAAF Nov 30, 1945.  To USAF Sep 18, 1947.  WFU and stored in 1973.
623 (MSN 36076/DO470) to Pan American Airways as N88942 *Clipper Bostonian*.  Leased to 
Transocean Airlines as N88942, w/o March 20 1953 when it lost 
control shortly after descending through 3500 feet in a drizzling rain while 
on approach to Oakland International Airport from Roswell, New Mexico enroute 
to the Pacific Island of Guam.  The aircraft was seen descending in a right 
wing low slipping attitude until it struck the ground near Alvardo, 
California.  The aircraft cartwheeled across an Alvarado 
barley field and disintegrated in flames.  All 35 aboard were killed.  
Investigators determined that the prevailing meteorological (weather) conditions 
probably resulted in an accumulation of ice on the aircraft's control surfaces, 
which became immobilized and caused the flight crew to lose 
control of the plane. At the time, Transocean Air Lines was the 
world's largest nonscheduled air carrier, airlifting thousands of military 
personnel and tons of supplies to Korea. It entered bankruptcy in 1962
624 (MSN 36077) converted to VC-54G.  To Nationalist Chinese AF as 50624.
625 (MSN 36078) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1966.
49-101 ... 49-109
Fairchild C-119B-10-FA Flying Boxcar
MSN 10338/10346
101 (MSN 10338) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jun 6, 1965
102 (MSN 10339) converted to C-119C 1955/56
104 (MSN 10341) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Jun 6, 1965
105 (MSN 10342) w/o at Ashiya AB, Japan Oct 12, 1950.  3 of 8 onboard killed.
106 (MSN 10343) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 15, 1965
107 (MSN 10344) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC Apr 12, 1965
108 (MSN 10345) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 15, 1965
109 (MSN 10346) converted to C-119C 1955/56.  To MASDC May 20, 1965
50-013 ... 50-025
Boeing B-47B-10-BW Stratojet
MSN 450028/450040.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
013 (TB-47B, 3520 FTW, ATC) crashed after wing failure during training mission Mar 13, 1958. Student
pilot ejected, instructor parachuted to safety, but crewman occupying the navigator's
position did not eject and was killed.
014 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
redesignated TB-47B again.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1958
015 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1960
016 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Believed to be at China Lane
017 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1953, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Used at one
stage by MATS for Airways and Air Communications Service duties.  Subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1958
018 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1952, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Jan 7, 1958
019 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Jan 1956.  Subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B again.  To MASDC Oct 14, 1958
020 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1952 and TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time it was already an
instructional airframe.  Redesignated UB-47B Jun 1962 and GB-47B Oct 1962
021 to TB-47B.  With 4347th CCTW crashed after pitching over during climb out Nov 17, 1959 5 mi 
NE of Windsor, MS.  Four killed.
022 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
023 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 by which time it was already a ground instructional
airframe.  Reported damaged in crash while flying a Project WIBAC (Boeing-Wichita)
mission Nov 2, 1951 when chute failed on landing.  No injuries.
024 destroyed in midair collision with 50-006 near Wichita AFB Sep 1, 1951.  Both aircraft
destroyed, 2 fatalities apiece.
025 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1960
51-5278 ... 51-5306
Grumman SA-16A Albatross
Most converted to SA-16B and redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
5278 (MSN G-158) weather damaged Sep 29, 1954 near Rhein-Main, West Germany
5279 (MSN G-159)
5280 (MSN G-161)
5281 (MSN G-162) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15281, coded KK-E.  MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire 
as AN.1B-10 
5282 (MSN G-163) displayed at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton OH. 
The HU-16 on display was one of the last operational USAF Albatrosses. It established a world altitude 
record for twin-engine amphibians when it reached 32,883 feet on July 4, 1973. Two weeks later, it was 
flown to the museum.
5283 (MSN G-164) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15283, coded KK-G. MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del 
Aire as AN.1B-11.  WFU
5284 (MSN G-165)
5285 (MSN G-166) weather damaged May 27, 1953 near Lowry, Colorado
5286 (MSN G-167) damaged in takeoff accident Oct 28, 1952 Palm Beach Intl Airport, Florida
5287 (MSN G-168) crashed Jun 18, 1965. The Albatross was on a rescue mission in Vietnam when it was damaged 
and sank about 200 km off the North Vietnamese coast. The crew and survivors were rescued by a 
Norwegian ship. The amphibian plane was searching for the crew of two USAF B-52F bombers (57-0047 
and 57-0179) that collided in the area.
5288 (MSN G-169)
5289 (MSN G-171) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15289, coded KK-F.  Modified to HU-16B-ECM for MAP delivery 
to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later to the Hellenic Air Force as 515289 in 1970.  Modified 
as ECM/ELINT aircraft. Stored at Hellenic Air Force Museum, Dekelia Air Base, Tatoi, Athens, Greece
5290 (MSN G-172)
5291 (MSN G-173) used for space tracking duties at Hickam AFB, Hawaii. Davis Monthan AFB AZ: wfu, open 
storage 1973. N7049C Caribbean Flying Boats, Miami FL: reg. res. Nov 1988. Amleco Inc, Tucson AZ Apr 1994. 
to N291TC Amleco Inc, Tucson AZ Jul 1994. To John Gasho/ Western International Aviation, Tucson AZ 1994. 
Amleco Inc, Tucson AZ May 10, 1995, current.  N291TC noted at Tucson Jul00 with a pair of jet skis 
mounted on under-wing pylons.
5292 (MSN G-174) operated by Pan Am Space Tracking Service 1968. N65135 Robert Bean, Hereford AZ Aug 13, 1975. 
To Trans American Air Transport, Chicago IL Oct 1975.  To N311MC Trans American Air Transport, Chicago IL 
1977.  To N211MC Trans American Air Transport, Chicago IL Mar 1980. To Libardo Camargo, Bogota, Colombia 
1983. Abandoned Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos May 84/1988.  To Albert C. Hansen, Mojave CA Aug 1988. 
Barnstormer's Import & Lsg, Scottsdale AZ Jun 21, 1995.  To Michael J. Walton, Scottsdale AZ Mar 7, 2000. 
To Hoosier Warbird Club Inc, Auburn IN Jul 13, 2000.  To Dean V. Kruse Foundation, Auburn IN Feb 21, 2001. 
To Hoosier Warbird Club Inc, Auburn IN  Feb 4, 2002. Wfu open storage, Mesa AZ 1996/2008. 
Registered Apr 19, 2013 to Floyd Stillwell, Phoenix-Mesa AZ. Current.
5293 (MSN G-175)
5294 (MSN G-176)
5295 (MSN G-177) to Spanish AF as AD.1B-12.  WFU
5296 (MSN G-178)
5297 (MSN G-179)
5298 (MSN G-181) weather damaged Jan 1, 1954 Narsarsuak, Greenland
5299 (MSN G-182)
5300 (MSN G-183) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 15300, coded KK-A. MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército 
del Aire as AN.1B-13.  Noted on display at Moron de la Frontera Sep 2010.
5301 (MSN G-184)
5302 (MSN G-185) damaged Nov 28, 1953 Atlantic
5303 (MSN G-186) To USAF Museum, displayed at Lackland AFB TX, 1968 to 1994.  To N41011 Darryl G. Greenamyer 
& Ascher Ward/ILOC Corp, Ocala FL Jul 21, 1994.  To Robert F. Carlson, East Walpole MA Apr 11, 1995.
To N85303 ILOC Corp, Ocala FL Aug 14, 1995.  To Bob Ryan, Conroe TX 1997.  To Robert F. Carlson, Carson 
City NV 1998.  To Charles H. Hainline, Hammond OR Jun 2004.  To Surf Wing Inc, Laguna Beach CA Nov 3, 2004. 
To N7773B, ntu Jan 2005.  To N85303 operated by Billabong Clipper, Honolulu HI 2005. 
Open storage Avra Valley AZ 08. Aero Law Group, Bellevue WA 11. To Greatest Generational Naval Museum, 
San Diego CA Jan 11, 2013, current
5304 (MSN G-187) MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1B-8.  Now on display at Spanish Air Force Museum, Cuatro 
Vientos, near Madrid.
5305 (MSN G-188) crashed during landing at Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico, sometime in 1970..
5306 (MSN G-189)
51-7140 ... 51-7255
Grumman SA-16B Albatross
Redesignated HU-16B in 1962.
7140 (MSN 190)
7141 (MSN 191)
7142 (MSN 192)
7143 (MSN 193)
7144 (MSN 194) preserved at the SST Aviation Museum, Kissimmee FL 1973 to 1981, on loan from the National 
Museum of the US Air Force.  Transferred to the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA, still
on loan from the National Museum of the US Air Force.  Warner Robins Air Logistics Center was responsible 
for program management and logistics support for all HU-16s in the USAF inventory. The aircraft on 
display was delivered to the USAF in December 1954 and assigned to the 41st Air Rescue Squadron at 
Hamilton AFB, California. In June 1964 it was transferred to the 33rd Air Rescue Squadron at Naha AB, 
Okinawa, Japan. While assigned to the 33rd it made numerous deployments to Vietnam, performing 
rescue operations from various bases in the area. In April 1967 it returned to the United States 
and served with various units before being retired from the 301st Aerospace Rescue and Recovery 
Training Squadron at Homestead AFB, Florida in June 1971. It was one of the first aircraft placed 
at the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB in 1983.
7145 (MSN 195) lost over Gulf of Tonkin Oct 18, 1966. All crew MIA.  The aircraft departed Da Nang, Vietnam 
on an afternoon patrol over the Gulf of Tonkin. Weather worsened and the flight failed to return. 
Rescue missions failed to locate the plane. The last radio contact was about 40 miles off Dong Hoi
7146 (MSN 196)
7147 (MSN 197) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire 
as AN.1A-2.  WFU 
7148 (MSN 198) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del 
Aire as AN.1A-3. WFU 
7149 (MSN 199)
7150 (MSN 200)
7151 (MSN 201) to N7038 Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ 1973.  To Harlan Cross, Costa Mesa CA 1977. 
To James Kelly, Newport Beach, CA registered Jul 6, 1977, cancelled Jul 6, 1977 on export to Philippines. 
Sold to Philippine AF as 51-7151, later 17151 1978. Wfu, broken-up at Sangley Point AB, Philippines 1990.
7152 (MSN 202)
7153 (MSN 203) assigned to 26th ARS, Albrook AFB, Canal Zone 1953
7154 (MSN 204)
7155 (MSN 205)
7156 (MSN 206)
7157 (MSN 207) MAP to Italian AF as MM51-7157, coded 15-10.  Last reported at Aeroporto di Brindisi-Casale, 
condition not known.
7158 (MSN 208) 
7159 (MSN 209) noted dismantled at Salisbury/Ocean City, MD Aug 2004.
7160 (MSN 210) N3398F Robert Bean, Hereford AZ 73. Open storage unconverted, Tucson AZ 1973/1976. 
To Antilles Air Boats, St Croix US Virgin Islands 1977. Forced landing wheels-up off airport, 
mechanical failure of both engines after takeoff, Tucson AZ Mar 9, 1977.
7161 (MSN 211/29B) MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1B-11, Wfu Palma AB Dec 1978, open storage 1978/1982. 
To N29850 Westair International Inc, Broomfield CO Mar 16, 1982. Open storage Shannon 1982/1985. 
To G-BMDX Mike Little/ Daedalus Aviation Ltd, London registered Sep 26, 1985, cancelled Jun 12, 1986 
port to USA.  To N23ML Mike Little, Vancouver BC Feb 15, 1986. To N3JY Corpcon Business Service, 
Ft. Lauderdale FL registered Aug 13, 1986, cancelled Jun 11, 2013. Reported as crashed in sea off 
Grand Turk c1987.
7162 (MSN 212) Ordered by USAF as SA-16A, Built and delivered to US Navy as UF-1L [LU-16C] BuNo 142428 with 
triphibian gear for use in the Antarctica during Operation Deep Freeze.  
7163 (MSN 213) Leased to Pan American World Airways 1969-1971 to provide a service linking the satellite 
tracking station in the Seychelles with Mombasa, Kenya. Retired Nov 3, 1971 when replaced by 51-7219. 
To N70725 Sep 3, 1977. Wfu open storage Long Beach CA 1984. Forced landing, Visalia CA 1987. 
USAF Museum, loaned to Castle AFB CA 1988. N70725 Castle Air Museum Foundation CA registered Dec 7, 1999, 
expired Jun 30, 2013
7164 (MSN 214) Ordered by USAF as SA-16A, Built and delivered to US Navy as UF-1L [LU-16C] BuNo 142429 with 
triphibian gear for use in the Antarctica during Operation Deep Freeze.  
7165 (MSN 215) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército 
del Aire as AN.1A-4. W/o May 14, 1969. 
7166 (MSN 216)
7167 (MSN 217) modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire 
as AN.1A-5.  WFU
7168 (MSN 218)Robert Bean, Tucson AZ 73. N3385F Antilles Air Boats, St Croix US Virgin Islands in 1976. 
To Flying Boat Inc Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Mar 1981. To N122FB Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL 
Dec 1982. Wfu open storage, Marana AZ 1987/2004.  to United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE 2Feb 24, 1996. 
Wildfire Aircraft LLC, Mesa AZ registered Apr 10, 2012, current.
7169 (MSN 219) USAF Museum, on loan to Michigan Military Air Museum, Saginaw MI 1973. Museum closed, 
impounded by USAF Museum 1974. To N24BM BCM Aircraft Inc, Dallas TX Jan 1975. Ferried 
Saginaw-Tri City to Dallas Mar 26, 1975. To Antone Freitas, Lake Park FL 1977. Robert A. Sweetapple, Miami FL 
Oct 1984.  To Aircraft Specialty Inc, Belle Chasse LA Feb 1987.  To Robert K. Cabos, Keaau HI Jul 1987. 
To Richard L. Gooding, Broomfield CO Dec 1990.  To N46RG Richard L. Gooding, Broomfield CO May 1991. 
To N159JR Fightertown Inc, Miami FL Jul 24, 1995. To N113LA Lake Air Inc, Davie FL Mar 1998. 
To N123RK Sukanu Air, Palm Beach FL Jun 19, 2002. Badly damaged in hangar collapse Aug 2004. 
To Sea & Air Adventures LLC, Wilmington DE registered Jun 16, 2006, cancelled Aug 6, 2009.
7170 (MSN 220) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire 
in 1963 as AN.1A-6.  WFU
7171 (MSN 221) Assigned to 46th ARS. Sunk by US Coast Guard  gunfire after unauthorised open water landing at Bermuda Sep 19, 1953
7172 (MSN 222) Modified to Model G-342, designated HU-16B for MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire  
in 1963 as AN.1A-7.  W/o Jul 3, 1969
7173 (MSN 223) with 41st RS suffered engine failure May 25, 1953 and crashed while searching Sequoia Links 
Canyon National Park for missing Bonanza N8449A. Crew bailed out safely
7174 (MSN 224) modified to Model G-341, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Peruvian 
Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú in 1973 as FAP 519. WFU by 1987
7175 (MSN 225) to Italian AF as MM51-7175, coded 15-11.  Last reported at Aeroporto di Brindisi-Casale, condition
not known.
7176 (MSN 226) to US Coast Guard as 7176, but official Coast Guard records never had 7176 on Coast Guard registry.  
Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.  In 2010 moved to Coast Guard Air Station, 
Clearwater, FL for restoration and display.
7177 (MSN 227) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal Norwegian 
Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17177, code WH-I.  MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later as the 
Hellenic Air Force in 1970 as 517177. WFU at Elefsis AB, Athens, Greece
7178 (MSN 228) USAF Museum, loaned to Pima County Air Museum, Tucson AZ 1970. To Harlow L. Jones/Southwestern 
Skyways, Albuquerque NM (traded for Constellation) Sep 1970.  N160HV registered.  To N8988 A. R. Buckner, 
Albuquerque NM 1972.  To Westernair of Albuquerque, Albuquerque NM 1973. To PK-OAH Airfast Services 
Indonesia PT, Singapore Jul 1974, operated for Conoco on oil support. Wfu open storage, Singapore-Seletar 
1986.  Abandoned in fire practice area, Seletar 1996.  Singapore Air Force Museum, Changi Airport 2001. 
Current, preserved behind fire station next to military ramp.
7179 (MSN 229)
7180 (MSN 231)
7181 (MSN 232) to US Navy as 151265 for administrative purpuses before transfer to Royal Thai Navy  
7182 (MSN 234) MAP delivery to Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire in 1973 as AD.1B-10
7183 (MSN 235) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17183, code WH-H. Modified to HU-16B-ECM for MAP delivery 
to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517183 in 1970.  GIA at Tanagra AFB, Greece.
Noted on dump at Tanagra Sep 2005.
7184 (MSN 237) To USCG as 7184. Returned to USAF.  To N7039 Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ 1973. 
To open storage Tucson 1973.  To Aircraft Surplus Co Inc, Tucson AZ registered Mar 13, 1974, cancelled 
Jun 13, 1978 on export to Philippines. To Philippine AF as 17184 Feb 1978.
7185 (MSN 240)
7186 (MSN 243) Davis Monthan AFB AZ: wfu, stored 68. USAF Museum, loaned to Confederate Air Force, 
Harlingen TX 1972. To N4478E Wilkie Cameron, Lubbock TX Sep 15, 1983. To Ada Aircraft Museum, Frederick OK 
Jun 1984.  To Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal KS: loan 1988.  To Wally Fisk/ Amjet Aircraft Corp, St 
Paul MN Apr 29, 1995. C&P Aviation, Anoka County MN May 28, 1998.  To Amjet Services Inc, Anoka County 
MN Apr 9, 2001.  To N98TP TP Universal Exports International LLC, Eagan MN registered Feb 9, 2006, current. 
Under restoration at Carson City NV Jun 2007, vista windows installed.
7187 (MSN 244/78B) to MASDC as HP056.  To N48318 Robert Bean, Hereford AZ Nov 3, 1976. ZP-TWV noted at 
Fort Lauderdale FL Apr 1085.  To N48318 Jet Fleet Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Apr 1985. Seized 
by US Marshals Service 3.85, US Marshals Service, Miami FL Apr 1990.  To WCJB Corp, Los Angeles CA May 1991. 
To Ralph N. Smith, Maclean VA 1992.  To Aero Exchange Corp, Arlington VA Dec 1992. 
To Lake Air Inc, Fort Lauderdale FL Feb 4, 1999. To Jay B. Koven, Montclair NJ Jun 17, 1999.
To N187JK, ntu:  To Jay B. Koven, Montclair NJ Aug 1999.  N48318 stored in contractor yard, Tucson AZ 2000.  
Cancelled Nov 27, 2012
7188 (MSN 246) transferred to USCG as UG-1G 7188.  
7189 (MSN 248)
7190 (MSN 250) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17190, code WH-F. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517190 in 1970.   Now at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia Air Base, 
Tatoi, Athens, Greece.
7191 (MSN 251) . Modified to G-340 (SHU-16B) Oct 1963 for Colombia as HU-16B/ASW.  Painted for delivery to 
Colombian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Colombiana as FAC 2521 but not delivered. To Chilean Air Force/Fuerza Aérea 
de Chile Oct 1963 as 571. On September 4, 1977 crashed to the ground in Cerro Moreno after participating in 
UNITAS maneuvers, six crew members died.
7192 (MSN 253) MAP to Republic of China AF as 11031
7193 (MSN 255) MAP delivery to Republic of China Air Force/RoCAF.  Owned by USAF Museum, on loan to Confederate AF, 
Harlingen TX, 1972. USAF Museum, external storage at Warfield ANGB, Martin State Airport, Baltimore, MD 1988.  
7194 (MSN 256)
7195 (MSN 258) arrived for storage at Davis Monthan AFB AZ Apr 23, 1968.  To Desert Air Parts, Tucson AZ 
Jun 4, 1976. to  N7024S Caribbean Flying Boats, Miami FL: reg. reserved Nov 1988.  To Darryl G. Greenamyer, 
Ocala FL Aug 1991.  To National Diversified Services, Scottsdale AZ Nov 1991.  To Western Aviation 
Contractors, Provo UT Jun 1992. To Ascher Ward, Van Nuys CA & Gadsden AL registered Sep 4, 1996. 
To Charles F. Nichols/Yanks Air Museum, Chino CA registered Aug 30, 2006, current
7196 (MSN 260) MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517196 in 1970.
7197 (MSN 262) w/o Jan 18, 1955 Crash 3 miles E of Jardin, Colombia- 2 lost & 4 ok
7198 (MSN 263) assigned USN BuNo 151264 for administrative purposes before transfer to Thailand.
7199 (MSN 265) to Republic of China AF as 11032
7200 (MSN 267) first Albatross modified to SA-16B configuration, first flight Jan 16, 1956. USAF Museum, 
on loan to Chanute AFB, Rantoul Illinois 1979-1993. Later as the Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, 
Rantoul Illinois, 1993. Current.
7201 (MSN 268) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17201, code WH-E. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517201 in 1970.  Stored at Elefsis AB, Athens, Greece.  
7202 (MSN 270) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17202, code WH-B. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, later 
as the Hellenic Air Force as 517202 in 1970.  Crashed on a post-maintenance test flight near Elefsis Air Base
Jan 23, 1992
7203 (MSN 272) modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17203, code WH-C.  MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517203 in 1970. Stored at Elefsis AB, Athens, Greece. 
7204 (MSN 274) Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17201, code WH-A.  MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517204 in 1970. Preserved at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia Air Base, 
Tatoi, Athens, Greece.
7205 (MSN 276)
7206 (MSN 277) to N16HU Westernair of Albuquerque, Albuquerque NM 72. H. L. Freedman, Albuquerque NM 1973. 
To Westernair of Albuquerque, Albuquerque NM, 1974.  To Continental Oil of Indonesia Sep 1974. 
Wfu, open storage Singapore-Seletar 1974-1988; broken-up Seletar.
7207 (MSN 279). Modified to Model G-251, designated SA-16B/ASW, later HU-16B for MAP delivery to Royal 
Norwegian Air Force/Luftforsvaret as 17207, code WH-D. MAP delivery to the Royal Hellenic Air Force, 
later as the Hellenic Air Force as 517207 in 1970.  Stored at Elefsis AB, Athens, Greece. 
7208 (MSN 280) w/o (no date known) wreck discovered in Lake Fergusson, Greenland
7209 (MSN 282) to US Coast Guard as 7209. 
7210 (MSN 283)
7211 (MSN 285) Broke two world class speed and height records Mar 19/20, 1963
7212 (MSN 286) Florence Air & Missile Museum, Florence SC 1974-97. Museum closed, remained in situ Oct 1997-1999. 
To James W. Doane, Scottsdale AZ.  to N10625 Margaret S. Dewitt, Corpus Christi TX, registered Aug 22, 2001, 
current.  
7213 (MSN 288) to USCG as UF-1G 7213. 
7214 (MSN 289) to USCG as UF-1G 7214. 
7215 (MSN 291) to USCG as UF-1G 7215
7216 (MSN 292) to USCG as UF-1G 7216
7217 (MSN 294)
7218 (MSN 295) to USCG as UF-1G 7218
7219 (MSN 297) leased by USAF to Pan American World Airways to provide a service linking the satellite 
tracking station in the Seychelles with Mombasa, Kenya. Delivered to Mombasa Oct 23, 1971. 
To storage at Davis Monthan AFB AZ Dec 22, 1972.  For sale at Davis Monthan AFB Feb 21, 1974.
To Kolar & Co, Tucson AZ May 22, 1974.
7220 (MSN 298) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 17220 in 1958.
7221 (MSN 300) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 17221 in 1958.
7222 (MSN 301) delivered straight into storage at MASDC.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 17222 in 1958.
7223 (MSN 303) to USCG as UF-1G 7223.  To civil registry as N712RV
7224 (MSN 304) 
7225 (MSN 306) delivered straight into storage as MASDC.  MAP to Pakistan AF as 17225 in 1958
7226 (MSN 307) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7226.  
7227 (MSN 309) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7227.  
7228 (MSN 310) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7228.  
7229 (MSN 312) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7229.
7230 (MSN 313) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7230.
7231 (MSN 315) MAP to Spanish AF as AD.1B-6.  Sank in Las Palmas harbor Dec 12, 1959.  Scrapped
7232 (MSN 316) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7232.
7233 (MSN 318) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7233.
7234 (MSN 319) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7234.
7235 (MSN 321/65B)SOC Jun 5, 1968.  MAP to Thailand as 7235 under MDAP in 1968 as replacement for
BuNo 151264.  Noted Aug 2004 at Royal Thai Naval Museum Samut Prakan, Thailand
The report that it was assigned USN BuNo 151265 for 
administrative purposes seems to be incorrect, and 151265 is
a different aircraft.  
7236 (MSN 322) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7236.
7237 (MSN 324) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7237.
7238 (MSN 325) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7238.
7239 (MSN 326) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7239.
7240 (MSN 327) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7240.  
7241 (MSN 329) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7241. 
7242 (MSN 330) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7242.
7243 (MSN 331) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7243.
7244 (MSN 332) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7244.
7245 (MSN 334) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7245.  
7246 (MSN 335) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7246.
7247 (MSN 336) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7247.
7248 (MSN 337) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7248.
7249 (MSN 339) Built as SA-16A. Delivered Nov 16, 1953 to storage at MASDC. SOC Nov 19, 1958 . Transferred to 
USCG as UF-1G 7249. 
7250 (MSN 340) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7250.
7251 (MSN 341) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7251.  
7252 (MSN 342) to MASDC.  To Italian AF as MM51-7252, coded 15-12
7253 (MSN 344) initially deployed with 580th Air Resupply and Communications Service Group at Wheelus AB, Libya 
and Nouasseur AB in Morocco.  Overhauled at Grumman in 1956.  Reassigned to 2585th Air Reserve Flying Center 
based at Miami IAP.  From Nov 1957 to Feb 1959 served with 130th Air Lift Squadron of ANG based at Kanawha 
airport, Charleston, West Virginia.  Later to 130th Troop Carrier Squadron Jan 1963.  Last USAF assignmnent 
was with 130th Air Commando Group.  To MASDC Oct 1963.  Sold to Italian AF as MM51-7253, coded 15-14 and
arrived early 1964.  In 1980 moved to Museo dell'Aria Castello di San Pelagio,Italy and put on display outside.  \
Acquired in 2012 by Associazione Fly Albatross di Ravenna, but scrapped at Museo dell'Aria Castello di San 
Pelagio May 17, 2013, presumably due to a contract dispute.
7254 (MSN 345) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7254.  
7255 (MSN 346) transferred to USCG as UF-1G 7255.
51-17003 ... 51-17015
Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
17003 to West Germany as EB-114, later EB-314
17004 to West Germany as EB-109
17005 to West Germany as EB-247, later EB-347
17006 to West Germany as EB-104, later EB-304
17007 to West Germany as EB-108 as a replacement aircraft
17009 to West Germany as EB-232.  52-7291 also quoted as EB-232
17010 to West Germany as EB-370
17011 to West Germany as EB-237, later EB-337.  Later transferred to Greece.  Noted 1997 at 
Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens.
17013 to West Germany as EB-101, later EB-301.  To Baumholder in 1967.
17014 w/o Aug 29, 1957
17015 to Belgium as FR-30. Oct 9, 1963.  Stored Koksijde Sep 16, 1971.  To Technical school at Saffraanberg
as instructional airframe Jan 17, 1974.  Moved to Bierset after May 1994.  Noted preserved at Temploux-Namur
by Feb 2006.  Acquired by Musee de L'Air Aug 2010.  Noted at Le Bourget-Dugny, Paris Sep 2010.
51-17037 ... 51-17042
Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
17037 to Germany as EB-238
17038 to Germany as EB-242, later EB-342.
17041 to Germany as EB-243, later EB-343. At Furstenfeldbruck as BD-119
17042 to Germany as EB-105.  W/o Aug 9, 1962.
52-007 ... 52-013
Boeing RB-52B-10-BO Stratofortress
MSN 16497/16503
007 retired to MASDC 2/12/66.
tested to destruction 1966
008 converted to NB-52B carrier aircraft for X-15 and Lifting Body research programs.  To NASA as 008.  
Scheduled to be retired from active service with NASA Dec 17, 2004.  To be retired to permanent display 
at west gate of Edwards AFB.  In Dec 2012 was still seen at North Edwards, which means that it may not be
going to the West gate.
009 crashed 2/7/64 at unknown location due to
fire in hydraulic system.
010 retired to MASDC 2/15/66.
tested to destruction at Holloman 5/66
011 retired to MASDC 6/8/66.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1969
012 retired to MASDC Feb 15, 1966.  Returned to service, but back at MASDC
Jul 1, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 15, 1969
013 operated by 4925th Test Group, Kirtland AFB, NM during ‘Operation Redwing’ atomic tests at Bikini Atoll 
May-July 1956. Used May 16, 1956 to drop a Mk.15 ‘Zombie’ nuclear weapon [code named Cherokee] on Namu Island.
To National Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
52-7308 ... 52-7318
Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
7309 to West Germany as EB-362, later EB-107, later EB-307
7310 to West Germany as EB-105, was replacement aircraft
7313 to West Germany as EB-106.  W/o Aug 9, 1962.
7314 (38th TRS, 10th TRW) crashed Aug 30, 1956 during emergency landing at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany
due to engine problems.  Italian exchange pilot killed.
7315 to West Germany as EB-112, later EB-312.
7316 to West Germany as EB-235 as replacement aircraft
7317 to West Germany as EB-120
52-7340 ... 52-7351
Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
7341 w/o Jul 20, 1958
7342 to Germany as EB-234, later EB-334.  7342 w/o 4/12/65
7343 to Germany as EB-248, later EB-348.  To Baumholder in 1967
7345 to Germany as EB-249, later EB-349.  To Norwegian AF as AZ-U
7346 to Germany as EB-244, later EB-344.  Luftwaffe serial was EB+24.  Now at 
Luftwaffenmuseum, Gatow, Berlin, Germany, painted as EB+344.
7347 to Germany as EB-116, later EB-316.  To Baumholder 1967.
7350 to Germany as EB-106, was replacement aircraft  
52-7355 ... 52-7377
Republic RF-84F-25-RE Thunderflash
7355 to Germany at EB-250.  7355 is gate guard at Fliegerhorst Schleswig, Germany
7356 to Germany as EB-251, later EB-351.  Used as spare parts.  51-1887 also
listed as EB-251.
7358 to Germany as EB-121, later EB-321.
7359 to Germany to Germany as EB-117, later EB-317.  At Munsingen 1967.
7361 to Germany as EB-107.  W/o 6/7/63
7363 to Italian AF
7364 to Germany as EB-235.  W/o Aug 9, 1962.
7365 to Germany as EB-245, later EB-345.
7371 to Germany as EB-239
7373 to Germany as EB-240, later EB-340.  At Erding as EB-321
7374 was at Bradley Air Museum and was damaged during 1979 tornado.  Report that it was seen later at Wright Patterson AFB
7375 to Germany as EB-236, later EB-336.  At Manching as EB-326
7377 to Germany as EB-241, later EB-341.  At Bremgarten
53-7641 ... 53-7697
Republic RF-84F-46-RE Thunderflash
Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
7640 to Italian AF.  Returned to USAF.  To MASDC as FA145 Mar 12, 1971.  Scrapped
7641 to West Germany as EA+363
7642 to Royal Danish AF Jun 7, 1957 as 37642, code KA-G.  W/o Jun 2, 1958 at Karup AB, Denmark with Esk 729 after
starter caught fire.  Forward part of fuselage later used to rebuilt damaged 53-7581
7643 to West Germany as EB+366, later BD+237, EA+237.
7644 to West Germany as EA+111, later EA+311.  To Belgium as FR-31 Jan 1965.  In 1966, used by No. 42 
Verkenningsmaldeel at Bierset.   Stored Koksijde Sep 19, 1971, SOC 1971.  Moved Jan 23, 1974 to Technical
School at Saffraanberg.  To Gilze-Rijen by Nov 1987, stored for Militar Luchtvaartmuseum, Soesterberg,
Holland, last noted Jun 1991.  to Soesterberg by Oct 1993.  To Woensdrecht Dec 22, 1998.  Noted
preserved on pole outside Building 85 at Schaarsbergen by Sep 2004.
7645 to West Germany as BD-231, later EA+231, EA+331.  w/o 11/26/64.
7646 to West Germany as BD-103, later EA+103, EA+303.  To Belgium as FR-32 Jun 1965.  Stored Koksijde Jun 11, 1971.
SOC Jun 1971.  Became instructional airframe at Saafraanberg Dec 12, 1973.
Displayed at Bierset AB Apr 12, 1983, then stored at Weelde Jul 11, 1994.  To Beauvechain AB Jul 8, 1996
for preservation at base museum.  Last noted 2006.
7647 (MSN 666) to Royal Danish AF May 3, 1957 as 37647, code KA-D.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed in 1960
to C-647.  W/o Sep 21, 1966 in the Kattegat, 7 km E of Hirsholmene, Denmark (Esk 729)
7648 (MSN 6670 to Royal Danish AF as 37648, code KA-A.  Assigned to 729 Sqdn.  Code changed in 1960 to C-648.  
W/O May 12, 1961 at Vlessant, near Habay-la-Neuve, Belgium (Esk729)
7649 (MSN 668) to Royal Danish AF as 37649, code KA-K.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed in 1960 to C-649.  
To fire dump at Karup AB.  Later preserved at Sandelfjord, Norway.  Tail section now fitted to another plane
at the Dakota Norway Fighter Museum.
7650 to West Germany as BD-104, EA-104, EA-304
7651 (MSN 670) to Royal Danish AF May 3, 1957 as 37651, code KA-B.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed
in 1960 to C-651.  WFU Dec 31, 1971.  Became decoy at Karup AB Sep 1975 to Jan 1986.  To Koldkrigsmuseum
(Cold War Museum) Langelandsfort, Bagenkop, Denmark, stored dismantled.
7652 to West Germany as EA+363
7653 to West Germany as EB+122, later EB+322.  Was with French AF at one time as 33-CO
7654 to West Germany as EB+368, then ED+119.  At Munsingen 1967.  In 2006 at Luftfahrt und
Technik Museumpark, Merseburg, Germany.
7655 to West Germany as BD+240, later EA+240, later EA+340.  To School in Donauworth
7656 to West Germany as BD+232, later EA+0232, EA+332
7657 to West Germany as BD+233.  W/o Jun 8, 1959
7658 to West Germany as BD+105, later EA+105, EA-305.  To Belgium as FR-33 Jan 1965.
Stored at Koksijde AB, Belgium Sep 16, 1971. Became instructional airframe at Saafraanberg Jan 9, 1974.
Exchanged for Meteor NF11 with Musee de l'Air in 1989.  Noted preserved at Bierset Jun 23, 1990, on
loan from Musee de l'Air?  Noted at Brustem Sep 1996.  Noted at Florennes AB Sep 1997 and preserved
in base museum.
7659 to West Germany as EB+103, later EB+303, EA+306.
7660 to West Germany as EB+362.  To Greece.  Displayed at Tripolis Nov 1997.
7661 to West Germany as EA+101, later EA+361, EB+324, EB+322.  To fire dump at Eggebek
7662 to West Germany as BD+362, later EA+362.
7663 to West Germany as BD+327, later EA+241, EB+327. to Hermeskeil Ausstellung as EA-241
7664 to West Germany as EB+256, later EB+356.
7665 to West Germany as EB+228, later EB+328.  To Greece.  On display at Tatoi Apr 1997.
7666 (MSN 685) to Royal Danish AF Jun 7, 1957 as 37666, code KA-H.  Sssigned to 729 Squadron.
Code changed in 1960 to C-666.  Crashed near Kongsberg, Norway Aug 5, 1965.
7667 to West Germany as EB+229, later EB+339.  W/o Dec 7, 1965 in midair collision
with 53-7695 during landing approach to Leck
7668 to West Germany as BD+244, later EA+244.  W/o Mar 30, 1963
7669 to West Germany as EB+232, later EB+332.
7670 to Royal Danish AF May 3, 1957 as 37670, code KA-C.  Assigned to 729 Squadron.  Code changed in 1960 to C-670.  
WFU Dec 31, 1971.  Became decoy at Karup AB.  Scrapped Apr 1989.
7671 to West Germany as BD+248, later EA+248, EA+348
7672 to West Germany as BD+249, later BD+702
7673 to West Germany as EA+121, later EA+321
7674 to West Germany as EB+108, later EB+308
7675 to West Germany as EB+236, later EB+336
7676 to West Germany as BD+110, later EA+110, EB+357.  To Greece?  Also listed as W/o Mar 5, 1959.
7677 to West Germany as EA+234, later EA+334.  To Belgium as FR-34 Jan 1965.  SOC Sep 1971.  Stored at Bierset
AB, Belgium Jun 1972 to May 1976.  Then noted as gate guard at Bierset AB, Jun 1976 until Sep 1993.
Stored at Weelde Jul 11, 1994, later on dump, last noted Apr 1998.  Planned for transfer to Kapellen for 
Brussels Air Museum, but believed scrapped.
7678 to West Germany as EA+251, later EA+351.
7679 to West Germany as EB+362
7680 to West Germany as BD+111, later EA+111.  W/o Mar 30, 1963
7681 to West Germany as EB-107, later EB-307
7682 (MSN 704) to Luftwaffe as EB+234, later EB+334.  Then to Greek AF as 692, preserved at Sedes AB, Greece
7683 to West Germany as EB+124, later EB+324.  To Greece.  WFU at Larissa Nov 1997.
Noted stored at Larissa sep 2005
7684 to West Germany as EA+114, later EB+364.
7685 to West Germany as BD+235, later EA+235.
7686 to West Germany as EB+250, later EB+350
7687 to West Germany as EB+365
7688 to West Germany as EA+247, later EB+352
7689 to West Germany as BD+120, later EA+120, EA+320.  To fire dump at Ahlhorn
7690 to West Germany as BD+250, later EA+268, EA+235, EA+335.  To fire dump at Ahlhorn
7691 to West Germany as EB+123, later EB+323
7692 to West Germany as EB+255, later EB+355
7693 to West Germany as BD+115, later EA+115, EA+315.  At Roth as EA+105
7694 to West Germany as BD+116, later EA+116, EA+316.  W/o May 8, 1964
7695 to West Germany as EB+230, later EB+330.  W/o Dec 7, 1965 in midair
collision with 53-7667
7696 to West Germany as EB+360.  
7697 to West Germany as BD+113, later BD+119, EA+113.  w/o 8/3/59
54-687 ... 54-706
Fairchild C-123B-10-FA Provider
MSN 20136/20155
687 (MSN 20136) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 687 Mar 22, 1973.  FMS to Republic of Korea AF.  Sold in
Jan 1990 to Fowler Aeronautical Services, Inc, implying that it had
returned from Korea before that date.
688 (MSN 20137) converted to C-123K.  W/o Jan 3,1970 in SVN after nose gear failed with 19th TAS, 315th TAW
689 (MSN 20138) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP050 7/21/1980.  To civilian
registry as N689SM.
690 (MSN 20139) converted to C-123K.  To Air America as 690 May 1, 1970.  Returned to USAF Jul 11, 1970.
MAP to VNAF as 54690 and later to Royal Thai Air Force as 54-699.  To Cambodian AF as 54-0690 
Nov 20, 1973.  To Thai AF again Mar 4, 1974 as 54-690, code 40690.
691 (MSN 20140) converted to C-123K, and later to NC-123K (AC-123K) under Project Black Spot for night interdiction
missions.  To MASDC as CP025 1971.  Returned to C-123K standards and
delivered under MAP to Khmer AFG as 54-0691.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  To Royal Thai Air Force as
B.L.4K-9/18, code 40691 Sep 22, 1975.  SOC Mar 29, 1989
692 (MSN 20141) converted to C-123K.  Preserved at Chanute AFB.  No longer there.
693 (MSN 20142) converted to C-123K, and later to UC-123K.  To MASDC Jul 6, 1970.
Returned to service.  To MASDC as CP081 Jul 15, 1982.
Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
694 (MSN 20143) converted to C-123K.  Crashed on takeoff Mar 1, 1968 from Khe Sanh, SVN while
with 311ACS/315ACW after being hit by mortar fragments.
695 (MSN 20144) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP069 3/30/1982.  To US State
Department as N8190B.  Back to AMARC as CP094 12/27/1993.
Relabeled as MC0001 at AMARC 11/4/1994.  Listed as going to
Minnesota Air National Guard Museum in 1997, but now owned by Hawkins and Powers
and is undergoing a check before being made airworthy.  Stored at Greybull, WY
as N8190B.  In 2008 was in storage at the Warner Museum of Aviation and
Transportation, Sioux City, IA
696 (MSN 20145) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF.
697 (MSN 20146) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF, then to Philippine AF
698 (MSN 20147) converted to C-123K, and later to NC-123K (AC-123K) under Project Black Spot for night inderdiction
missions.  Returned to C-123K standards and to MASDC as CP024 Jul 9, 1970.  MAP to Khmer AF as 54-0698.  Escaped
to Thailand in 1975.  To Royal Thai Air Force as B.L.4K-10/18, code 40698 Sep 18, 1975.  SOC May 21, 1991.
Displayed near Si Racha, Chonburi province.
699 (MSN 20148) converted to C-123K.  To VNAF and then to Royal Thai Air Force.
700 (MSN 20149) converted to C-123K.  MAP to Khmer AF as 54-0700.  Escaped to Thailand in 1975.  
To Royal Thai Air Force as B.L.4K-16/18, code 40700 Nov 20, 1975.  SOC May 21, 1991.
701 (MSN 20150) converted to C-123K, and later to UC-123K.  To
MASDC May 22, 1970.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as CP073 Apr 21, 1982.
Stil1 on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
702 (MSN 20151) crashed near Bin Khe, SVN Jan 25, 1966 after engine fire.  46 killed.
703 (MSN 20152) converted to C-123K.  To El Salvador AF as FAES120.  Destroyed on ground
at San Miguel Mar 21, 1984.
704 (MSN 20153) converted to C-123K.  To Royal Thai Air Force.  Might have been supplied to CIA for
operations from Taiwan over Chinese mainland.
705 (MSN 20154) to USCG as HC-123B 4705 3/22/1960.  Returned to USAF 3/24/1972.  
To MASDC Mar 14, 1972.  To Thai AF.
706 (MSN 20155) converted to C-123K.  To MASDC as CP072 4/19/1982.  To civilian
registry as N94DT.  Registered November 1995 to Military Aircraft Restoration of
Anaheim, CA as N94DT.  Parts of this aircraft were used in the
crash scenes in the movie "Conair"
54-1554 ... 54-1618
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
For MDAP
1554/1561 MSN 580-9185/9192
1556 to German AF as AB-807, DD-382, 94+66.  To Greece as 41556
1557 to German AF as AB-820, DA-396, YA-396, YA-703, 94+67.  Scrapped in 1972
1558 (20th FBW) crashed 1 mi N of Finchingfield, England Mar 11, 1957
following collision with F-84F 52-6671.
1560 to German AF as AB-101, AB-801, JB-382, JA-382.  To Turkey in 1968.
1561 to German AF as AB-802, DA-378, BD-702, 94+68.  Scrapped in 1972.
1562/1583 MSN 580-9251/9272
1568 to German AF as AB-825, BD-825, EB-399, 94+69.  At Air Force Museum/Berlin Gatow as EB-399
1569 to German AF as AB-813, DF-398, EB-396, 94+70.  Scrapped in 1972
1570 to German AF as AB-814, BD-814, 94+71.  Scrapped in 1972
1571 to German AF as AB-803, JB-383, JA-383.  To Turkey?
1572 to German AF as AB-804, JB-384, JA-399, 94+72.  Scrapped in 1972
1573 (7330th FTW) SOC Apr 27, 1956 on transfer under MAP
1575 (MSN 580-9264) to Hellenic AF.  As Hellenic Air Force 341575 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015 
1577 (MSN 580-9266( MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41577.  To French AF as 41577. To Singapore AF; 
ferry registration was F-BKVY.  MAP to Republic of Singapore AF as 374
1578 (MSN 580-9267) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41578.  W/o Apr 17, 1958 dring aerobatic training
at Sola AB, Staganger, Norway
1582 (MSN 580-9271) to KLu as TR-31 in 1955.  W/o Feb 7, 1963
1583 (MSN 580-9272) to KLu as TR-32 in 1955.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.
1584/1618 MSN 580-9320/9354
1584 (MSN 580-9320) delivered to Kawasaki as pattern aircraft for JASDF production
1585 (MSN 580-9321) delivered to Kawasaki as pattern aircraft for JASDF production
1598 (7330th TFW) SOC Apr 12, 1956 on transfer under MAP
1599 (7330th TFW) SOC Apr 12, 1956 on transfer under MAP
1601 (7330th TFW) SOC Jun 21, 1956 on transfer under MAP
1602 (MSN 580-9338) to Italian AF as MM54-1602.  Noted Fall 2003 at Museo dell'Aviazione,
Cerbaiola, Italy
1603 (MSN 580-9339)  to Italian AF as MM54-1603.
1604 (7330th FTW) SOC Jun 21,1956 on transfer under MAP
1605 to German AF as AB-781, JC-399, EA-396, 94+73.  Scrapped in 1972.
1610 to German AF as AB-808, DD-384, EC-379, MD-379, DD-399, 94+74.  Scrapped in 1972
1611 to German AF as AB-782, EB-390, BD-790, 94+75.  Scrapped in 1972.
1612 (MSN 580-9348) to KLu as TR-33 in 1955.  W/o Jun 23, 1970
1613 (MSN 580-9349) to KLu as TR-34 in 1955.  W/o Oct 12, 1971.
Delivered to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
1614 (MSN 580-9350) to KLu as TR-35 in 1955.  SOC Oct 12, 1971
1615 (MSN 580-9351) to KLu as TR-36 in 1955.  W/o Dec 19, 1962.
1616 (MSN 580-9352) to Portuguese AF as 1907.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000.
57-408 ... 57-413
McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
MSN 586/591.  Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
408 (MSN 586) to MASDC Uul 12, 1968.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FF359 May 10, 1976.
409 (MSN 587) to MASDC Jan 7, 1970.
410 (MSN 588) converted to JF-101B experimental and test aircraft, never served with ADC.  To MASDC May 26, 1970.  
Released to Colorado State University Feb 19, 1971 for use in
National Science Foundation-sponsored research in the Severe
Storm Penetration Program, civil registration N8234.  To Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS in 1984.
Still there Oct 2006.  N8234 registration cancelled Feb 27, 2013
411 (MSN 589) to MASDC Jul 16 1968.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FF348 Apr 25, 1976
412 (MSN 590) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF066 Jun 7, 1968.  Returned to service.  Preserved at Castle AFB, California.
413 (MSN 591) to MASDC as FF345 Apr 4, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978.
57-415 ... 57-420
McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
415 (MSN 593) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC May 15, 1968.  Returned to service.
416 (MSN 594) to MASDC as FF030 May 13, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 15, 1975.
417 (MSN 595) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF015 Mar 8, 1968.  Returned to service.  On display at Callaway, Florida
418 (MSN 596) to MASDC Jul 9, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101053 Jan 21, 1971.  SOC Nov 9, 1984.  Now on 
display at CFB Chatham, New Brunswick as 101053.
420 (MSN 598) to MASDC Jul 10, 1968 as FF081.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101054 Dec 11, 1970.  SOC Jul 15, 1984.  Now on 
display at CFB North Bay (North Bay Airport) as 101067.
57-422 ... 57-427
McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
422 (MSN 600) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF023 Mar 2, 1968.  Returned to service. Back to MASDC as FF351
Apr 20, 1976.
423 (MSN 601) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC Jul 25, 1968.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FF310 Dec 19, 1975.
424 (MSN 602) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101055 Jul 8, 1971.  416th Sqn) crashed on 
landing at Ottawa, Canada Feb 19, 1980. Both crew killed.
425 crashed at Oxnard AFB in 1963
426 (MSN 604) to MASDC May 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101056 Mar 22, 1971.   To instructional airframe as 
839B Jan 7, 1985.  SOC Aug 6, 1985. Now on display at CFB Cold Lake, Alberta as 101056.
427 on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan AFB, California
57-429 ... 57-448
McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
429 (MSN 607) to MASDC Jul 9, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101057 Sep 1, 1971. SOC Jul 12, 1984.  Now on 
display at CFB Comox, British Columbia as 101057.
430 (MSN 608) converted to RF-101B. To MASDC Mar 15, 1968.  Returned to service Apr 6, 1972.  
In 2011 was in front of American Legion Post 4 in Mt Clemens, Michigan
431 (MSN 609) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101058 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
884B Sep 23, 1987. SOC Dec 1, 1993
432 (MSN 610) to MASDC May 17, 1968 as FF037.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101059 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
841B Jan 7, 1985..
433 (MSN 611) to MASDC May 16, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101060 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
837B Jan 7, 1985. SOC Jun 27, 1991.  Now on display at Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta as 101060.
434 (MSN 612) to MASDC Apr 26, 1971.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101061 1970/71.  (Hawks) crashed into sea during 
practice off Canada Jul 5, 1976. Both crew killed.
435 (MSN 613) to MASDC as FF053 May 24, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc Tucson, AZ Apr 21, 1977.
436 (MSN 614) to MASDC Jul 19, 1968.  Returned to service May 19, 1972.  Back to MASDC as FF0402 Sep 21, 1981.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.   In 2015 was on AMARC Celebrity Row
438 on pole at Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, FL. Not sure if it is the original since I have
a report that 438 collided in midair with 57-436 near San Francisco in 1965.  One of the two planes
crashed, one landed safely, not sure which.
440 (MSN 618) appeared in the movie "The Russians Are Coming/The Russians Are Coming".  To MASDC as FF038 May 20, 1968.
Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977.
441 (MSN 619) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101062 1970/71.  (425th Sqn) crashed at 
Bagotville, PQ, Canada Feb 14, 1973. SOC Dec 6, 1973.
442 (MSN 620) to MASDC May 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101063 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 832B 
Sep 25, 1984. SOC Aug 13, 1993.  On display at CFB Shearwater.  Still there in 2009
443 (MSN 621) to MASDC May 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101064 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
840B Jan 7, 1985.
444 (MSN 622) to MASDC May 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101065 1970/71.  SOC Aug 1, 1989.  Now on display at 
North Atlantic Aviation Museum, Gander, Newfoundland as 101065.
57-450 ... 57-452
McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
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450 (MSN 628) to MASDC as FF314 Jan 5, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978
451 (MSN 629) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101066 Mar 23, 1971.  To instructional airframe 
as 885B Oct 19, 1987. SOC Dec 1, 1993.
452 (MSN 630) to MASDC as FF369 Jun 30, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978.
57-1303 ... 57-1311
Lockheed F-104B-10-LO Starfighter
MSN 283-5015/5023.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1303 (MSN 283-50150 Delivered to the USAF Oct 2, 1958
Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Oct 3, 1958 to Dec 16, 1959
Registered as NASA 71303
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA Dec 16, 1959 to 1978
Registered as NASA 71303.  Registered as NASA 819 1977.  Registered as N819NA; cancelled.
Last NASA flight 21Apr78 and flown to AMARC, AZ.  Transferred to McClellan AFB, California on June 16, 1983. 
(It was flown to the museum in a C-130 on July 13, 1983.  On display at Aerospace Museum of California, 
McClellan, California
1304 to MASDC Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 925.  On display Dec 2010 at Irbid.
1305 to MASDC as FB012 Dec 5, 1967.  Returned to service with
AFTC, Edwards AFB.  Back to MASDC as FB042 Oct 14, 1972. 
1306 w/o Jan 22, 1964 near Eglin AFB, Florida
1307 w/o Apr 11, 1967. 
1308 crashed shortly after takeoff from Edwards AFB Feb 18, 1964.
Both crew ejected safely.
1309 (MSN 283-5021) to Pakistan in 1961.  Reported winter 2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum,
Sharea-Faisal AB, Karachi, Pakistan
1310 to Taiwan as 4122
1311 (157th FIS/SC ANG) crashed on final approach to Moron AB, Spain following engine
failure Jan 29,1 962.  One crew member ejected safely, the other was killed.
57-5776 ... 57-5784
Republic F-105B-10-RE Thunderchief
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5776 on display at McGuire AFB, New Jersey from May 1995.
5777 crashed in Long Island Sound during test flight from Farmingdale, NY Oct 11, 1958 due to gear
malfunction.  Pilot rescued.
5778 on display at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
5779 (MSN B16) to MASDC as FK032 Apr 8, 1981
5780 (MSN B17) to MASDC as FK027 Dec 17, 1980
5781 w/o Great South Bay, Long Island, NY. Dec 2, 1960 due to engine fire, pilot ejected and was rescued.
5782 (MSN B19) flown by USAF Thunderbirds in 1964.   To MASDC as FK033 Apr 8, 1981
5783 is at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, New York.  It is in bad shape 
and not on public display.  Its last assignment was NJ Air National Guard
5784 (MSN B21) to MASDC as FK034 Apr 21, 1981.  To Pima Air and Space
Museum, AZ
58-0259 ... 58-0261
McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
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0259 (MSN 631) seen on Eglin AFB test range in 1983.
0260 (MSN 632) to MASDC as FF396 Dec 22, 1980.
0261 (MSN 633) noted in 1990 at Hill AFB Museum
58-0263 ... 58-0268
McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
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0264 crashed after midair collision with F-101B 58-0301 Dec 15, 1962 19 mi SE of Yucca, AZ
during cross-country from Davis Monthan AFB, AZ to George AFB, CA.
Both crew ejected safely.  0301 made a safe landing at Luke AFB.
0265 (MSN 637) noted at Technikmuseum Speyer, Germany Apr 2005.
0266 (MSN 638) to MASDC as FF331 Feb 29, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978
0267 (MSN 639) to MASDC as FF395 Nov 19, 1980
58-0270 ... 58-0275
McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
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0271 on display at Wings Over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, CO.
0272 (132nd FIS, ME ANG) crashed on takeoff at Bangor, ME Jul 21, 1971.
0273 (MSN 645) at Shaw AFB, NC.  Noted Jun 2004 preserved at Poinsett Gunnery Range near Shaw AFB, SC
0274 on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Peterson AFB, Colorado
0275 (MSN 647) to MASDC as FF324 Jan 29, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978
58-0277 ... 58-0282
McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
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0277 (MSN 649) to MASDC as FF350 Apr 16, 1976
0281 (MSN 653) to MASDC as FF398 Jan 22, 1976.  On display at Greater Saint Louis Air and Space Museum, Cahokia, Illinois
0282 (MSN 654) to MASDC as FF328 Feb 11, 1976.  Noted outside a museum at Toulouse, France Mar 23, 2013 in fairly poor
condition.  Preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes and stored at the Aeroscopia Museum, 
Toulouse, France
58-0284 ... 58-0289
McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
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0285 on display at Travis AFB Museum, California
0286 (MSN 658) to MASDC as FF377 Mar 23, 1978.
0287 (MSN 659) to MASDC as FF394 Nov 19, 1980.
0288 (MSN 660) to MASDC as FF325 Jan 30, 1976.  On display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark,  
Edwards AFB, CA.  Still there Oct 2006, freshly painted in its 132nd FS Maine ANG colors.
0289 (178th FIS, ND ANG) crashed Eagle Mountain, ME Jul 16, 1970 when ran out
of fuel after missing two instrument approaches and crew ejected safely.
58-0291 ... 58-0296
McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
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0291 on display at K. I. Sawyer Heritage Museum, Marquette, Michigan.  K. I. Sawyer AFB closed in 1995.
0293 (MSN 665) to MASDC as FF315 Jan 5, 1976.
0295 (MSN 667) to MASDC as FF361 May 14, 1976.
58-0298 ... 58-0303
McDonnell F-101B-105-MC Voodoo
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0300 (MSN 672) to Canadian Forces Oct 18, 1982 as 101067.  SOC Mar 12, 1987.
It is now on display at Minnesota ANG Historical Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul Apt, Minnesota as 101067.  It has now been
repainted as a USAF 148th FIG aircraft?
0301 on display at Oregon ANG, Portland, Oregon
0302 (MSN 674) to MASDC as FF330 Feb 19, 1976
0303 is sitting in weeds at the Martin State Airport, Maryland.  By 2012 was on concrete.
60-3448 ... 60-3452
Boeing/Vertol HC-1B Chinook
MSN B-7/B-11.  Designated JCH-47A [as a result of the Air Force and Army cooperation in 
developing the aircraft.]  Redesignated CH-47A [following completion of Phase F testing]
Redesignated CH-47A in 1962.  
3448 (B-7) accepted by the US Army Feb 8, 1963. Designated JCH-47A
Assigned to Edwards AFB 1963. To North Dakota for cold weather tests in 1965.
Redesignated CH-47A.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a 
GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  Redesignated GCH-47A.  SOC May 25, 1972
3449 (B-8) accepted by the US Army Feb 20, 1963.  Designated JCH-47A.  Redesignated CH-47A
Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.
Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA.  To MASDC as XM0031 Jul 15, 1988.  Remanufactured as CH-47D and 
reserialed 92-00309
3450 (B-9) accepted by the US Army Jun 29, 1962.  Delivered to Fort Rucker, AL, Aug 16, 1962 [first 
Chinook delivery to US Army].  Designated JCH-47A.  Redesignated CH-47A
Crashed Mar 19, 1965 at Fort Rucker, AL.  The aircraft and crew of three were lost in an 
accident near Hartford, AL when the aft yellow blade failed in the blade spar transition area. 
The aircraft had been loaded to its maximum gross weight for testing.
3451 (B-10) Accepted by the US Army Dec 8, 1962. Designated JCH-47A.  Redesignated CH-47A.  SOC Apr 11, 1975.
Put on display in 1978 at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
3452 (B-11) Accepted by the US Army Dec 14, 1962.  Designated JCH-47A.  Redesignated CH-47A.
Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.
Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA.  SOC May 25, 1972
61-2755 ... 61-2774
Martin SM-68B Titan II missiles
Redesignated LGM-25C in 1962
2755 (B-1) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 2, 1964
2756 (B-2) on display at Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL
2757 (B-3) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 19, 1968
2758 (B-4) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 30, 1965
2759 (B-5) in storage at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
2760 (B-6) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 16, 1965
2761 (B-7) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 13, 1964
2763 (B-9) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 11, 1964
2764 (B-10) put in storage at Norton AFB, CA
2765 (B-11) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-16 flight.
2766 (B-12) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 20, 1971
2767 (B-13) stored at Norton AFB, CA
2768 (B-14) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-20 flight.
2769 (B-15) launched from Vandenberg AFB Feb 17, 1964
2770 (B-16) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 25, 1966
2771 (B-17) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 27, 1976
2772 (B-18) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-40 flight.
2773 (B-19) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 30, 1965
2774 (B-20) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 27, 1965
64-13106 ... 64-13165
Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Company Model 114.  MSN B-78/B-137
13106 (B-78) accepted by the US Army Dec 22, 1964.
Assigned to US Army Aviation Brigade, Fort Rucker, AL –May 1967
Assigned to the US Army Aviation Test Activity (USAAVNTA), Edwards AFB Jun67-Jan68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Aug68-Feb69
Combat damage 21Aug68 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by small arms fire and force landed. 
Airlifted out and repaired.  Destroyed in Vietnam Feb 26, 1969 when enemy sappers
infiltrated the area.  A total of 9 Chinooks were destroyued, another 5 damaged.
13107 (B-79) accepted by the US Army Dec 28, 1964.
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat.  Lost in South Vietnam 
Dec 21, 1967.  Hostile fire caused fire, unable to drop sling load of 105mm 
howitzer, landed on howitzer, aft pylon burned off 30 sec after touchdown.  Total loss.
13108 (B-80) accepted by the US Army Dec 23, 1964
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov 1966-May 1967
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Sep 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar 1968-Apr 1968
Combat damage May 9, 1970 South Vietnam when the aircraft was hit by a rocket when parked in an 
unsecured location
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company Geronimos Dec 1968-Oct 1970
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Dec 1970-Dec 1971
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan 1972-Jul 1972
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug 1972-Mar 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Apr 1973-Jan 1975
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialled 83-24125.
13109 (B-81) accepted by the US Army Dec 29, 1964
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Hit by gunfire Apr 23, 1968 at LZ Pepper in A Shau Valley, South Vietnam and crashed and
burned.  8 injuries.
13110 (B-82) Accepted by the US Army Jan 14, 1965.
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company Hercules, Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA 
Crashed in Ia Drang Valley, South Vietnam Nov 15, 1965
13111 (B-83) accepted by the US Army Jan 22, 1965.
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov66-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-May68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Nov 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec 1968-Mar 1970
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers" Mar 1971-Dec 1971
Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Jan 1972-Apr 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company May 1973-Jun 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Jul 1974-Apr 1975
Assigned to US Army National Guard May 1975-
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 83-24110.  
13112 (B-84) accepted by the US Army Jan 27, 1965
Assigned to 228th Assault Support Helicopter Company.   Named "Sorry ‘Bout That" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24114.
13113 (B-85) accepted by the US Army Jan 27, 1965
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat –Jul 1967
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Aug 1967–Jan 1969
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Feb 1969–Aug 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep 1970-Aug 1971
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Feb 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1974-Dec 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Jan 1975-
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 84-24156. 
13114 (B-86) accepted by the US Army Feb 5, 1965.  Assigned to 202nd Aviation Company 
Crashed Mar 24, 1966 in Vietnam after being hit by fire.
13115 (B-87) accepted by U.S. Army Feb 17, 1965 .  Oct 66 To South Vietnam with 228 ABAH, serving with this unit until Jan 1968.
Feb/Mar 1968 With 79 Transportation Company, Vietnam. (Provided maintenance and technical support)
Apr 1968 To 1st Army, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, USA for maintenance.
Oct 1968 To 180th Aviation Company, Vietnam. (known as ‘Big Windy’)
Jun 29, 1969 Whilst serving with 180 Aviation Co, suffered slight combat damage over South Vietnam. 
Whilst flying a logistics support mission in level flight at 80 knots, the main rotor system was hit 
once by small arms fire; the helicopter continued on its mission and was repaired in theatre. 
Total flying hours at the time was 1567.
Oct 17, 1969 whilst serving with 79 Transportation Company, to which unit it had just been transferred, 
suffered further slight combat damage over South Vietnam. Whilst flying a logistics support mission 
for troop lift, and descending at 300ft at 80 knots, the aircraft was hit twice in the aft fuselage 
by small arms fire; it continued on its mission and was repaired in theatre.
Served with 79 Transportation Company in Vietnam until March 1971.
May 1971 To 5th Army, St Louis, USA.  July 1971 To 108th Div Tng, (3rd Army Reserve Unit), Charlotte, USA.
Oct 1971 To 1st Army at New Cumberland, Pa for maintenance.
Aug 1972 To 190th Avn Co, 5th Army, Kansas City, USA.  
July 1973 190th Avn Co moved to 6th Army, Naval Air Station, Kansas City, USA.
May 1974 190th Avn Co moved to 6th Army, Olathe, Kansas, USA.
Feb 1975 To New Cumberland for maintenance, and into storage at same location June 1975. ‘Awaiting Disposal’ 
from following month until December 1975 at least.
Jan 7, 1983 Having accumulated 2,407 flying hours as a CH-47A, inducted into CH-47D programme and 
rebuilt as CH-47D 83-24104, MSN M3034,
13116 (B-88) accepted by the US Army Feb 17, 1965.  Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
In accident May 31, 1971 in Vietnam
13117 (B-89) accepted by the US Army Feb 18, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24171
13118 (B-90) accepted by the US Army Apr 16, 1965
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov 1966-May 1967
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov 1967-May 1968
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jan 1969-Jan 1970
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company Boxcar Nov 1970-Jun 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Jan 1974
Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb 1974-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24117
13119 (B-91) accepted by the US Army Mar 2, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24178
13120 (B-92) accepted by the US Army Mar 12, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24153
13121 (B-93) accepted by the US Army Mar 10, 1965.
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
Accident Jul 23, 1966 South Vietnam when the non-Instrument rated pilot entered IFR and 
crashed from loss of ground reference and vertigo. Two killed; 9 injured.
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24174
13122 (B-94) accepted by the US Army Mar 10, 1965.  Exhibited at the Paris Air Show, Le Bourget, 1965
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Jun 1968-Feb 1969		
Named "Giddy-Up-Go".   Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24120
13123 (B-95) accepted by the US Army Mar 24, 1965
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" [1965-66]
Accident Sep 23, 1966 South Vietnam. The #1 engine failed; when the crew attempted to jettison 
the 6000 lb sling load, the cargo hook failed to open on normal or emergency release. The aircraft 
made a crash landing in a rice paddy.
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Jul 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr 1969-Aug 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep 1969-Dec 1969
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company (Aircraft General Support) Dec 1970-Dec 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Jun 1973
Assigned to US Army National Guard Jul 1973-
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Oct 1975-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24168
13124 (B-96) accepted by the US Army Apr 6, 1965
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" 
Shot down by AAA at A Shau Valley, Quang Tri Province, SVN Apr 19, 1968. 3 KIA, 2 injured.
13125 (B-97) accepted by the US Army Apr 20, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24159
13126 (B-98) accepted by the US Army Apr 21, 1965
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Nov 1966-May 1967
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Sep 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec 1968-Nov 1969 
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Dec 1969-Apr 1970
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry May 1970-Sep 1970		
Named "Bad News" 
Assigned to 56th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Oct 1970-Feb 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, May 1971-Jul 1972
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Aug 1972-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24165
13127 (B-99) accepted by the US Army Apr 16, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" –Jun 1967
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep 1968-Dec 1969
Assigned to 20th Transportation Company Jan 1970-Sep 1970
Assigned to 539th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Oct 1970-Apr 1971
Assigned to 173rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jun 1971
Assigned to D Troop, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Jul 1971-Oct 1971
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Mar 1972-Jun 1972
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Jun 1973
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Jul 1973-
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Sep 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24123
13128 (B-100) accepted by the US Army May 8, 1965
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion – Mar 1967 
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr 1967-May 1967
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Sep 1968-May 1969
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Jun 1969-Nov 1969
Crashed Nov 3, 1969 in Vietnam.
13129 (B-101) accepted by the US Army May 10, 1965
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Nov 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Apr 1969-Aug 1969
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Sep 1970-Jun 1971
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul 1971-Jun 1972
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Apr 1974 in storage
Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1974-Jul 1975
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, awaiting disposal
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24162
13130 (B-102) accepted by the US Army May 6, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" –Jun 1967
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Nov 1968-Sep 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Nov 1969-Sep 1971	.   Named "Good Vibrations" 
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Sep 1973 in storage
Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24180
13131 (B-103) accepted by the US Army May 12, 1965
Assigned to 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion.  Crashed in Vietnam Nov 12, 1966
13132 (B-104) accepted by the US Army Jun 3, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23388
13133 (B-105) accepted by the US Army Jun 3, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23389
13134 (B-106) accepted by the US Army Jun 17, 1965.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23387
13135 (B-107) accepted by the US Army Jun 23, 1965.
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Sep 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01676
13136 (B-108) accepted by the US Army Jun 25, 1965
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Oct 1971-Sep 1972
To Royal Thai Army May 6, 1970 as 13136.  Noted derelict at Lopburi Maintenance Batallion Nov 1995. 
Noted in use as a para-trainer at Camp Erawan, Lopburi, Thailand Aug 2012
13137 (B-109) accepted by the US Army Jun 28, 1965
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat –Sep 1967
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov 1967-Jun 1968
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul 1968
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug 1968-Oct 1968
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Feb 1969-Jul 1969
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Longhorn Aug 1969-Nov 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Nov 1970-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Aug 1972-Jun 1973 
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Florida; 195th Aviation Company, Fort Meade, FL Jul 1973-Jun 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct 1974-Jul 1975 
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 86-01635
13138 (B-110) accepted by the US Army Jul 8, 1965
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" 
Crashed near Di Linh, SVN due to engine failure May 4, 1966. 3 crew and 27 passengers killed.
13139 (B-111) accepted by the US Army Jul 6, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion 
Crashed Feb 7, 1968  at Red Beach Base, South Vietnam when struck by mortar fire on ground
in Vietnam.
13140 (B-112) accepted by the US Army Jul 16, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion –Feb 1968
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar 1969-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Oct 1971-Sep 1972
MAP delivery to Royal Thai Army [sic] as 13140.  Returned to US Army and rebuilt as CH-47D and 
reserialed 84-24154
13141 (B-113) accepted by the US Army Jul 14, 1965
Assigned to 203rd Assault Support Helicopter Company May 1971-Mar 1972.  Named "Autobus" 
Transferred to South Vietnam AF Jun 30, 1972.  Captured by North
Vietnamese in 1975 at end of war.
13142 (B-114) accepted by the US Army Jul 19, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company Boxcar –Feb 1968
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Sep 1968-Jul 1969
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Aug 1969-Sep 1970
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Feb 1971-Jun 1971
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jul 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Jul 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01662
13143 (B-115) accepted by the US Army Jul 24, 1965
MAP transfer 1972 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 64-13143.
Assigned to 249th Helicopter Squadron, 84th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Division, Soc Trang.  
Shot down by SA-7 missile May 31, 1974
13144 (B-116) accepted by the US Army Jul 24, 1965
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Longhorn –Oct 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company Geronimos Jul 1969-Aug 1970
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Sep 1970-Sep 1971
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Florida; 195th Aviation Company, Fort Meade, FL Sep 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23774
13145 (B-117) was prototype armed Chinook (ACH-47A)  First flight Nov 6, 1965.  Assigned to 
Field Evaluation Detachment [Special/CH-47/Provisional], Fort Benning, GA, for unit training 
Mar 1966	Named "Crazy 8"; later as "Co$t of Living".  Renamed 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field 
Evaluation (Provisional).  Assigned to the US Army Aviation Test Activity (USAAVNTA), Edwards AFB 
for advanced tests.  Shipped to Vietnam Dec66 to replace the loss of 64-13151.
Assigned to 1st Aviation Detachment (Provisional) Jan67, attached to the 1st Cavalry Division’s 
228th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion at An Khe, South Vietnam.
Lost at Bong Son, SVN, May 5, 1967 with 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field Evaluation
(Provisional), due to 20 mm cannon hits on its forward rotor system from its own weapon. Eight KIA
13146 (B-118) accepted by the US Army Aug 2, 1965.  
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" –Apr 1967
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov 1967-Mar 1968
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Dec 1968-Feb 1969
Destroyed on ground Feb 26, 1969 at Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, South Vietnam by North Vietnamese 
Army 3rd Sapper Battalion attack using satchel charges and rocket propelled grenades. A total 
of 9 Chinooks were destroyed; another 3 airframes received major damage and 2 airframes had 
minor damage. After a few parts were salvaged, the remains were buried by bulldozers.
13147 (B-119) accepted by the US Army Aug 6, 1965.
MAP transfer 1972 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 64-13147.
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost to North Vietnamese action Mar 23, 1975
13148 (B-120) accepted by the US Army Aug 16, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Jul 1967
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov 1967-Jun 1968
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Mar 1969-Sep 1969
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company Flippers Oct 1969-Nov 1970.  Named "Trans Love Airways" 
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May 1971-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Oct 1971-Sep 1972
MAP delivery to Royal Thai Army as 413148. 
Preserved and on display at the Royal Thai Army Aviation Center, Lopburi, Thailand as 3148 by Nov 1995.
13149 (B-121) modified as ACH-47A gunship.  Assigned to Field Evaluation Detachment [Special/CH-47/Provisional],
Fort Benning, GA Apr 1966 for unit training. 
Renamed 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field Evaluation (Provisional).  
Shipped to South Vietnam May66 for TDY testing Jul 1966-Dec 1966. Attached to and supported by 
147th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion, Vung Tao, South Vietnam
Redesignated Jan 1967 as 1st Aviation Detachment (Provisional), attached to the 1st Cavalry 
Division’s 228th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion at An Khe, South Vietnam.
Assigned to 765th Transportation Battalion Mar 1968-Jan 1972
To Vung Tau, South Vietnam from Mar 1968 to Mar 1072 as a GIA for maintenance training by Boeing.
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Aug 1972
"Easy Money" ended up in the boneyard at Savannah Army Depot. Boeing had evaluated the airframe 
for possible conversion to the prototype CH-47D, but it was found to be too corroded to be of any use.
Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a GIA for sheet metal training 
before it was moved to the base scrap yard.
Restored at Fort Eustis, moved and placed on permanent display at the United States Army Aviation 
and Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama on May 1st, 2000.
13150 (B-122) accepted by the US Army Aug 28, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Jun 1967
Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Jul 1967-May 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company Geronimos May 1969–Aug 1970
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Sep 1970-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Jan 1972-Jan 1974
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Feb 1974-Dec 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Jan 1975-Jul 1975
Assigned to US Army National Guard Aug 1975-  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24163
13151 (B-123) accepted by the US Army Dec 10, 1965.  Modified as ACH-47A gunship.  
Assigned to Field Evaluation Detachment [Special/CH-47/Provisional], Fort Benning, GA Apr 1966 for 
unit training.  Shipped to South Vietnam May66 for TDY testing Jul 1966-Aug 1966.
Operated by Army Concept Team in Vietnam May-Aug 1966
Renamed 53rd Aviation Detachment, Field Evaluation (Provisional).  
Attached to and supported by 147th Aviation Support Helicopter Battalion, Vung Tao, South Vietnam.
'Stump Jumper' destroyed Aug 5, 1966 at Vung Tau in ground taxi accident with another Chinook
13152 (B-124) accepted by the US Army Sep 8, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Mar 1967
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Apr 1967-Feb 1968
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar 1968-Apr 1968
In the hover while preparing to drop a sling load of ammunition, the crew reported an 
explosion in the aft pylon in vicinity of number two engine. The aircraft settled to the ground 
nose down with violent shudders and a fire in the aft area. The crew exited, one with 3rd degree 
burns. Twenty minutes later the fire caused the ammunition to explode, destroying the aircraft.
On April 19, 1968 three Army helicopters were shot down in the A Shau Valley of South Vietnam. 
All three were making supply runs to Landing Zone Tiger in Quang Tri Province. Five men 
survived the three crashes, and nine men remain missing. 
13153 (B-125) accepted by the US Army Sep 15, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Jun 1967
Crashed SVN Jun 25, 1967.  Smoke was detected in the aft pylon area and the crew found a 
fire while in-flight. The crew made a safe landing but the fire was out of control and 
consumed the aircraft. Suspect an aft vertical shaft thrust bearing failure. The crew chief 
bailed out on final approach. The aircraft was destroyed by friendly fire to prevent capture 
of load and sensitive equipment
13154 (B-126) accepted by the US Army Sep 16, 1965
Modified as ACH-47A gunship.  Operated by Army Concept Team in Vietnam May-Aug 1966.
Later Renamed 1st Aviation Detachment, 2nd/20th Aerial Rockter Artillery.
"Birth Control" Destroyed by NVA mortar fire after forced landing north of Hue, Feb 22, 1968.
The crew were rescued but the aircraft was destroyed by NVA mortar fire before it could be salvaged.
13155 (B-127) accepted by the US Army Sep 17, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb 1968
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company Mar 1968-Sep 1968
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Oct 1968-Sep 1969
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Mar 1970-Sep 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Jan 1972-Aug 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Florida; 195th Aviation Company, Fort Meade, FL Sep 1973-Mar 1974
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Apr 1974-Jan 1975
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Feb 1975-
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01663.
13156 (B-128) accepted by the US Army Sep 29, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –May 1966
Crashed near Tay Ninh, SVN May 30, 1966.  3 killed.  The aircraft was internally loaded with 
30 barrels of MOGAS fuel. The weather was marginal at the LZ which was atop Nui Ba Den, a 
mountain near Tay Ninh. The LZ was a radio relay site manned by ARVNs with a Special Forces 
advisor. The ARVNs had a small village for their families just below the helipad; the rest 
of the mountain belonged to the Viet Cong. The helipad was built for an UH-1 Huey but with 
care a CH-47A Chinook could land on the mountain top. An approach through clouds to the pad 
was tried but missed slightly causing the aircraft to roll down the side of the mountain 
through the village. The MOGAS drums rolled into rocks and burst open causing fuel to 
flow downhill and catch fire which killed over 70 villagers and destroying the village. The 
aircraft was totally destroyed. There was no trace of the village.
13157 (B-129) accepted by the US Army 19Oct 19, 1965.
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –May 1968
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Jun 1968-Mar 1969
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Nov 1970-Aug 1971
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Nov 1971-May 1972
Crashed May 10, 1972 in Vietnam.  The aircraft was part of a flight of four Chinooks that 
picked up infantry troops from the 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry at the Sandy Pad at Bien Hoa Army Base. 
The troops were being taken to Vung Tau for a three day in-country R&R. As the aircraft 
neared Long Thanh North airfield, other Chinooks in the flight described the aircraft as 
exploding like a light bulb flash. Since there had been an increase in NVA activity at An Loc, 
the aircraft was thought to have been shot down. The remaining CH-47's sped from the area. 
It was learned later that the aircraft had a material failure of a blade retaining pin. 
5 crewmen and 29 soldiers were lost.
13158 (B-130) accepted by the US Army Oct 29, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Aug 1967
Crashed near Mo Duc, SVN Aug 18, 1967.  The aircraft, with a heavy internal load of steel fence 
stakes, lost rotor RPM during the take off from the LZ at Mo Duc. The crew chief reported a 
fire in the aft transmission and during the emergency forced landing the rotor blades struck a 
stone or concrete arch. When the aircraft impacted the ground, the cabin broke apart and was 
consumed by fire. There were no fatalities.	
13159 (B-131) accepted by the US Army Oct 9, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Dec 1967
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar 1969-Oct 1969
Assigned to 20th Transportation Company Nov 1969-Oct 1970
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Nov 1970-Aug 1971
Assigned to US Army National Guard May 1972-Nov 1972 
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Dec 1972-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01638
13160 (B-132) accepted by the US Army Oct 20, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb 1968
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov 1968-Jul 1969
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Aug 1969-Apr 1970
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" May 1970-Mar 1972
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company May 1972-Jun 1972
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, in storage
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24166.
13161 (B-133) accepted by the US Army Nov 18, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb 1968
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar 1968-Sep 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" May 1969-Aug 1969
Crashed Aug 30, 1969 near Nui Dat in Bien Hoa Province, South Vietnam in support
of Australians. All 5 onboard killed.
13162 (B-134)  accepted by the US Army Nov 17, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" 
Lost power and crashed on takeoff in SVN Jun 27, 1966. Copilot KIA, 1 badly burned 
and 3 other survived
13163 (B-135) accepted by the US Army Oct 29, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Feb 1968
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Aug 1968-Nov 1968
In accident Nov 26, 1968 in South Vietnam. Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter 
Battalion "Wildcat" Oct 1970-Mar 1972.
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company May 1972-Jun 1972
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 64-13163.
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost Mar 23, 1975.
13164 (B-136) accepted by the US Army Nov 9, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Nov 1967
Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Dec 1967-Mar 1968
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Longhorn Aug 1968-Sep 1968
Assigned to 540th Transportation Company Jun 1969-Feb 1971
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Mar 1971-Aug 1971
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, for storage Jan 1972-Nov 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Dec 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01641.
13165 (B-137) accepted by the US Army Nov 12, 1965
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" –Dec 1967
Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Jan 1968-Nov 1968
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec 1968–Aug 1969
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK May 1970-Jul 1972
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug 1972–Feb 1973
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; 190th Aviation Company Mar 1973-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00072
64-13377 ... 64-13388
Northrop F-5B-10-NO Freedom Fighter
MSN N.8025, N.8016/8024,N.9001/9002.
13377 (MSN N.8025) to Greek AF as 13377.  Crashed on landing at Salonica Jul 5, 1999 during
touch and go.  Instructor killed.
13378 (MSN N.8016) to Greek AF as 13378
13379 (MSN N.8017) to Philippines AF as 13379
13380 (MSN N.8018) to Philippines AF as 13380 in 1976
13381/13382 (MSN N.8019, N.8020) to Taiwan
13383 (MSN N.8021) to Turkish AF as 64-13383 in 1965.
Upgraded to F-5B-2000
13384 (MSN N.8022) to Turkish AF as 64-13384 in 1965.  W/o
13385 (MSN N.8023) to Imperial Iranian AF as 13385. To South Vietnam in 1972.
13386 (MSN N.8024) to Imperial Iranian AF as 13386.  To South Vietnam in 1972
13387 (MSN N.9001) to Norway
13388 (MSN N.9002) to Norway
65-10640 ... 65-10646
Martin LGM-25C Titan II missiles
10640 (B-96) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-13
10641 (B-97) stored at Norton AFB, CA
10642 (B-98) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-1
10643 (B-99) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-2 and 23G-7
10644 (B-100) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 27, 1971.
10645 (B-101) stored at Norton AFB, CA
10646 (B-102) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan SLV 23G-3
66-4314 ... 66-4319
Martin LGM-25C Titan II missiles
4314 (B-103) stored at Norton AFB, CA
4315 (B-104) stored at Norton AFB, CA
4316 (B-105) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-4
4317 (B-106) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-6
4318 (B-107) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-9
4319 (B-108) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-10
69-7693 ... 69-7705
Beech QU-22B
MSN EB 1/13.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarexperience.com
7693 (MSN EB-1) to MASDC as HX019 Dec 5, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
to Cochise College aviation school, Douglas, AZ, later to civil registry as N75210
7695 (MSN EB-3) to MASDC as HX008 Dec 4, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
to Sidney Technical College, NB, then to civil registry as N90638.
At JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
7696 (MSN EB-4) to MASDC as HX005 Oct 22, 1972.  To civil registry as N40CA
7697 (MSN EB-5, 553rd Recon Wing Det.1) crashed due engine failure during combat mission in SEA Jun 8, 1972. 
Pilot survived.
7698 (MSN EB-6) to MASDC as HX013 Dec 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 2973.
to Arizona Conference Corp, Scottsdale, AZ, then to civil registry as N74TA
7699 (MSN EB-7) to MASDC as HX006 Oct 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973.
To Sidney Technical College, NB, then to civil registry as
N90637 .  Now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
7700 (MSN EB-8, 553rd Recon Wing Det.1) crashed due engine failure during combat mission in Thailand Apr 4, 1972. 
Pilot survived.
7701 (MSN EB-9) to MASDC as HX014 Dec 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
to Arizona Conference Corp, Scottsdale, AZ, to civil registry as N73TA
7702 (MSN EB-10) to MASDC as HX007 Nov 8, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
to Des Moines, IA, then to civil registry as N49893
7703 (MSN EB-11) to MASDC as HX015 Dec 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
to St Louis University, Cahokia, IL, later to civil registryas N64285
7704 (MSN EB-12) to MASDC as HX012 Dec 2, 1972.  Declared excess Jul 19, 1973,
then to Cochsie College aviation school at Douglas, AZ.  Sold to commercial user
as N75208, restored and flew again Jul 2004.
7705 (MSN EB-13, 553rd Recon Wing Det.1) crashed due engine failure during combat mission in SEA Feb 8, 1971. 
Pilot killed.
74-0137 ... 74-0138
McDonnell Douglas F-15B-10-MC Eagle
MSN B-010/B-011.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
0137 (MSN 0053/B010) to Israel as IDFAF 137 in 1992.  Crashed 1/19/1997.
0138 (MSN 0054/B011) to AMARC as FH0036 Aug 6, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
inventory Jan 15, 2008
78-0168 ... 78-0171
General Dynamics F-16B Block 5 Fighting Falcon  
MSN 6J-7/10.  Built by SABCA for Belgium  (FB-07/FB-10)
0168 (FB-07) reported Mar 2005 to be in storage at Weelde.  Reported 
Mar 10, 2007 as having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
0169 (FB-08) has had mid-life update, now designated F-16BM.  Reported
Mar 10, 2007 as in storage pending sale to Jordanian AF.  Reported 2008 stored
at Florennes.  As of Oct 2008 was with Jordanian AF
0170 (FB-09) has had mid-life update, now designated F-16BM 
0171 (FB-10) has had mid-life update, now designated F-16BM.  Jul 2011 to Royal Jordanian AF as #161
80-3596 ... 80-3597
General Dynamics F-16A Block 15 Fighting Falcon 
Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF.
3596 (MSN 6F-31/B-099) to Royal Danish AF May 18, 1982 as 803596, code E-596.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
3597 (MSN 6F-32/B-103) to Royal Danish AF Jun 22, 1982 as 803597, code E-597.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
80-3598 ... 80-3602
General Dynamics F-16A Block 15B Fighting Falcon
Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF				
3598 (MSN 6F-33/B-106) to Royal Danish AF Jul 8, 1982 as 803598, code E-598.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
3599 (MSN 6F-34/B-109) to Royal Danish AF Aug 25, 1982 as 803599, code E-599.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
3600 (MSN 6F-35/B-111) to Royal Danish AF Sep 30, 1982 as 80600, code E-600.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
3601 (MSN 6F-36/B-115) to Royal Danish AF Oct 27, 1982 as 80601, code E-601.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
3602 (MSN 6F-37/B-116) to Royal Danish AF Nov 3, 1982 as 803602, code E-602.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
80-3612 ... 80-3612
General Dynamics F-16B Block 15 Fighting Falcon 
Built by SABCA for Royal Danish 
3612 (MSN 6G-9/B-100) to Royal Danish AF Jun 10, 1982 as 803612, code ET-612.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20 standard
at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM
90-0938 ... 90-0941
General Dynamics F-16D Block 32Q Fighting Falcon
MSN 5B-7/5B-10.  Sold to South Korea as RoKAF serials 90938/00941 under Peace Bridge I
0938 crashed Sep 18, 2002.
07-3174 ... 07-3209
General Atomics MQ-1B-10 Predator
MSN P174/P209
3182 (27th SOW, 3rd SOS) crashed 1/2 mi NE of Kandahar, Afghanistan May 5, 2011
3183 lost and presumed crashed May 13, 2009 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
3190 (18th RS, 62nd ERS) crashed in Afghanistan due to electrical failure Feb 14, 2012
3200 (27th SOW, 3rd SOS) crashed into perimeter fence at Canon AFB, NM Jul 28, 2010.
3201 (62nd ERS) crashed during takeoff from Jalalabad AB, Afghanistan Jul 24, 2012.
3204 (20th RS) presumed crashed NE of Jalalabad AB, Afghanistan Jun 1, 2011 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Perhaps caused by bad weather and lightning strike.
08-3214 ... 08-3229
General Atomics MQ-1B-10 Predator
MSN P-214/P-229
3228 (3rd SOS) crashed in Gulf of Aden due to engine failure while returning to an undisclosed base Jan 14, 2011
3229 (3rd SOS) crashed at Southern California Logistic Airport at Victorville, California Apr 20, 2010.
3247 with 178thRS ND ANG Jun 2010. 
3249 w/o May 17, 2011 with 49thWg.  

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