USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: B-29
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
40-2229 ... 40-2348
North American B-25B Mitchell
MSN 62B-2898/62B-3017
2230 damaged May 19, 1942 in landing at Westover Field, Massachusetts.
2231 crashed into Lake Apopka, FL Jan 18, 1942.  4 crew killed.
2232 (MSN 62B-2901) W/o Sep 10, 1941 at Jackson AAB, MS 
2233 (MSN 62B-2902) W/o Nov 1, 1941 at Mt Cory, OH 
2234 (MSN 62B-2903) W/o Apr 4, 1942 at Langley Field, VA 
2235 (MSN 62B-2904) W/o Apr 3, 1943 at Ft Dix, NJ 
2236 (MSN 62B-2905) Lend-Lease to USSR
2237 (MSN 62B-2906) Lend-Lease to USSR
2239 (MSN 62B-2908) W/o Sep  13, 1942 at Columbia AAB, SC 
2241 (MSN 62B-2910) W/o Nov 21, 1942 at Greenville AAB, SC 
2242 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 8th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Mixed crew from 37th BS, 89th Recon Squadron.  Bombed Tokyo, landed 40 mi
N of Vladivostok Apr 18, 1942.  Crew interned for 13 months, aircraft kept
by USSR, scrapped in 1950s. 
2243 (MSN 62B-2912) destroyed Sep 13, 1941 at Ellington Field, Texas before delivery so it was 
deleted from the order.
2244 (MSN 62B-2913) W/o Mar 19, 1942 at Miami, FL 
2245 to Brazil
2247 (17th BG, 37th BS, "The Avenger") was Doolittle raider.  Was 13th aircraft launched
from USS Hornet, bombed Yokosuka Naval Yard, ran out of fuel, crew
bailed out near Poyang Lake North of Nanchang, China Apr 18, 1942
2249 (17th BG, 89th RS, 432nd BS, "Hari Carrier") was Doolittle raider, mixed 34th BS
crew.  Was 11th aircraft launched from USS Hornet, bombed Yokohama,
ran out of fuel, crew bailed out 40 mi NE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942
2250 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 10th aircraft
launched from USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed
out 30 mi N of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
2251 damaged Oct 16, 1941 in landing at Patterson Field, Ohio
2253 (MSN 62B-2922) W/o Feb 3, 1942 at Pendleton Field, OR 
2254 (MSN 62B-2923) W/o Mar 10, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX 
2255 to Brazil
2256 (MSN 62B-2925) Lend-Lease to USSR
2257 (MSN 62B-2926) Lend-Lease to USSR
2259 (MSN 62B-2928) W/o Nov 6, 1941 at Daniel Field, GA 
2260 (MSN 62B-2929) Lend-Lease to USSR
2261 (17th BG, 95th BS, "Ruptured Duck") was Doolittle raider.  Was 7th aircraft
launched from USS Hornet, bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel and ditched on
coast near Shangchow Apr 18, 1942.
2262 (MSN 62B-2931) W/o Mar 12, 1942 at Columbus, SC 
2263 to Brazil
2264 (MSN 62B-2933) W/o Jan 16, 1943 at Charleston AAB, SC 
2266 (MSN 62B-2935) W/o Jan 14, 1943 at Charleston AAB, SC 
2267 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS) "TNT") was Doolittle raider.  Was 15th aircraft launched
from USS Hornet, bombed Kobe, ran out of fuel, ditched on coast near 
Shangchow Apr 18 1942
2268 (17th BG, 34th BS, "The Bat out of Hell") was Doolittle raider.  Was 16th aircraft launced
from USS Hornet.  Bombed Nagoya, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out S. of Ningpo
Apr 18, 1942.  All crew taken POW.  Two executed by firing squad Oct 15, 1942.
2269 damaged Jul 10, 1942 in taxi accident at Miami MAP, Florida
2270 (17th BG, 95th BS, "Whiskey Pete") was Doolittle raider.  Was 3rd aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out SE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
One crewman killed landing in parachute Apr 18, 1942
2271 (MSN 62B-2940) W/o Jul 8, 1942 at Wilson Mills, NC 
2272 damaged Aug 13, 1943 in taxi accident at Palacios, Texas
2274 damaged Feb 18, 1943 in landing at Westover Field, Massachusetts
2276 (MSN 62B-2945) redesignated RB-25B Oct 22, 1942.
(472nd BS, 334th BG) pulled up hard out of dive and wing snapped off Nov 29, 1942.  4 killed.
2278 (17th BG, 37th BS, "Fickle Finger Of Fate") was Doolittle raider.  Was 12th aircraft launched from 
USS Hornet.  Bombed Yokohama, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out
40 mi NE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
2281 (MSN 62B-2950) W/o Dec 24, 1941 at Portland AAB, OR 
2282 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 4th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Target was Tokyo, attacked by 4 fighters, gun turret inoperative,
salvoed bombs, ran out of fuel, crew bailed SE of Shangjao Apr 18, 1942.
2283 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 5th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out SE of Chuchow
Apr 18, 1942.
2284 (MSN 62B-2953) W/o May 29, 1942 at Lake View, MA 
2288 to RAF as FK164.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2289 to RAF as FK167.  SOC Aug 23, 1945.  Also reported as w/o May 17, 1942 at Columbia AAF, SC.
2291 was damaged Mar 23, 1942 at Eglin AAF on takeoff during training for Doolittle Raid and
did not make the mission.
2292 (17th BG, 37th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 2nd aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, bellylanded in rice paddy
near Ningpo Apr 18, 1942
2293 damaged Jun 27, 1943 in takeoff accident at William Northern AAF, Tennessee
2295 (MSN 62B-2964) W/o Jun 17, 1942 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
2297 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS)) was Doolittle raider.  Was 14th aircraft
launched from USS Hornet.  Bombed Nagoya, ran out of fuel, crew bailed
out SE of Shangjao Apr 18, 1942
2298 (47th BG, 95th BS, "Green Hornet") was Doolittle raider.  Was 6th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel and ditched in Poyang Lake
near Nanchang Apr 18, 1942.  2 crewmen drowned, other three taken POW.
1 executed by firing squad Oct 15, 1942.  Another one died in prison
Dec 1, 1943.
2300 (MSN 62B-2969) W/o Sep 2, 1942 at Columbia AAB, SC 
2301 (MSN 62B-2970)  W/o Nov 1, 1943 at Lake Charles AAF, LA 
2303 (17th BG, 34th BS, "Whirling Dervish") was Doolittle raider.  Was 9th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out 80 mi S of
Nanchang Apr 18, 1942.
2306 to Brazil
2308 (MSN 62B-2977) W/o Jun 7, 1942 at Florence Field, SC 
2309 to Brazil
2310 to Brazil
2313 to RAF as FK163.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2314 to RAF as FK170.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2315 to RAF as FK169.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2316 (MSN 62B-2985) W/o May 25, 1942 at Elmendorf Field, AK; repaired (?); to Brazilian AF 
2317 to RAF as FK173.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2319 to RAF as FK171.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2320 to RAF as FK175.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2321 (MSN 62B-2990) W/o May 1, 1942 at Biggs Field, TX 
2322 to RAF as FK172.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2323 to RAF as FK174.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2324 (MSN 62B-2993) W/o Dec 22, 1941 at Biggs Field, TX 
2325 (MSN 62B-2994) W/o Dec 21, 1941 at Biggs Field, TX 
2326 to RAF as FK181.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2327 to RAF as FK180.  Damaged beyond repair Oct 15, 1943
2328 to RAF as FK166.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2329 (MSN 62B-2998) W/o Jul 6, 1942 at Orlando AB, FL 
2330 to RAF as FK178.  Crashed Jan 12, 1943 at Morrison Field, FL prior to delivery to RAF.
2331 to RAF as FK176.  Crashed on night training flight Delaport, Bahamas Feb 26, 1943
2332 to RAF as FK179.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2333 (MSN 62B-3002) W/o Mar 16, 1942 at Westover Field, MA 
2335 (MSN 62B-3004) W/o  Dec 10, 1943 at Bolling Field, DC 
2336 to RAF as FK177.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2337 damaged Nov 2, 1942 in forced landint 38 St Airport, Miami, Florida
2338 to RAF as FK168.  Retained in Canada
2339 to RAF as FK165.  SOC May 29, 1943
2340 to RAF as FK162.  SOC May 31, 1943
2341 to RAF as FK161.  SOC May 12, 1943
2343 to RAF as FK182.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2344 (17th BG, 34th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 1st aircraft launched from
USS Hornet, flown by Lt Col James H. Doolittle.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew
bailed out 70 mi N of Chuchow.
2345 to RAF as FK183.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2347 (MSN 62B-3016) fuselage recovered by Ed Maloney ca 1966 from
Hollywood studio.  Reported 1989 in storage at Aero Trader, Chino, CA.
41-002 ... 41-003
Boeing XB-29 Superfortress
MSN 2482, 2481
002 first flight Sep 21, 1942.  Scrapped May 11, 1948.
003 crashed into Frye slaughterhouse and meat processsing plant
in Seattle Feb 18, 1943 after inflight fire. Eddie Allen, Bob
Dansfield, 9 other crew, 22 in building and one city fireman
were killed.
41-7116 ... 41-7344
Bell P-39F-1-BE Airacobra
7123,7177,7182,7183,7226,7230,7248,7266,7270/7272,7278,7294,7295,7299,7302,7303,7305,7309,7310,
7312,7318,7325,7326,6332,7334,7339 converted to P-39F-2 format
7116 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7117 (MSN 15B-2) W/o 14 Sep 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, to CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Sep 23, 1942
7118 (MSN 15B-3) W/o 24 Mar 1942 at Florence, SC, surveyed Jul 1, 1942
7119 to RAAF as A53-1 Jul 1942.  W/o Feb 19, 1943 in accident and converted to components.
7120 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7121 hit parked automobile on landing and DBR Mar 7, 1942 at Paine AAF, WA.
7122 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7123 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 12, 1945
7124 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7125 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7126 surveyed at Moses Lake, WA Jun 17, 1944
7127 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7128 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7129 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7130 returned to USA Oct 28, 1943. Surveyed Dec 10, 1943
7131 surveyed at Ephrata AB, WA Aug 7, 1944
7132 condemned Mar 23, 1943
7133 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7134 to RAAF as A53-2.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  To reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
7135 stalled and crashed on landing at Wayne Co, MI Jan 28, 1942.  Pilot killed
7136 condemned Jun 17, 1942
7137 MIA Jun 26, 1942
7138 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7139 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7140 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7141 to RAAF as A53-7.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed in USA May 22, 1944
7142 spun in and crashed at Harding Field, LA May 23, 1942.  Pilot killed
7143 (MSN 15B-28) W/o 23 Aug 1943 at Thomasville, GA, surveyed at Dale Mabry Field, FL Aug 24, 1943
7144 (MSN 15B-29) W/o 21 Oct 1942 at Cross City AAB, FL, to reclamation at Brookley Field May 7, 1945
7145 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7146 (MSN 15B-31) W/o 8 Nov 1942 at Salinas, CA, to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Dec 16, 1942
7147 wrecked at Detroit, MI Sep 1, 1943.
7148 pilot bailed out in Brown River area of PNG Jul 4, 1942.
7149 condemned Jun 26, 1942.
7150 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7151 condemned Feb 9, 1944
7152 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7153 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7154 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7155 lost in combat Jun 3, 1942
7156 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7157 to RAAF as A53-3.  Damaged beyond repair Jan 24, 1943 at Bankstown, NSW, Australia and converted
to components
7158 condemned after accident Jul 15, 1942
7159 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7160 (MSN 15B-45) returned to USA Oct 28, 1943. W/o 19 Feb 1944 at McClellan Field, CA and surveyed in USA Mar 26, 1944.
7161 wrecked at Selfridge Field, MI Feb 8, 1943 and demolished
7162 condemned Oct 31, 1944.
7163 to RAAF as A53-4. Returned to USAAF in 1943.  To RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 25, 1945
7164 to RAAF as A53-5.  Crashed Oct 26, 1942 after engine failure at
Bankstown, NSW, Australia.
7165 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7166 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
7167 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7168 to RAAF as A53-6.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Salvaged Jan 15, 1944
7169 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7170 salvaged Jul 1, 1943
7171 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7172 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7173 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7174 condemned after accident Jul 21, 1943
7175 DBR in landing accident at Thomasville, GA May 14, 1943
7176 crashed and burned near Allyer, Canada Mar 4, 1942.
7177 (MSN 15B-62) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 4 Nov 1943 at Aiken AAF, SC, surveyed at Nashville, TN Nov 5, 1943
7178 DBR at Selfridge Field, MI Apr 24, 1942
7179 pilot bailed out 2 mi S of Florence, SC Apr 23, 1942
7180 crashed after entered flat spin at Cross City AB, FL Nov 13, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7181 crashed and burned 12 mi WSW of Gadsden, AL Apr 5, 1943
7182 to reclamation at Robbins Field, GA Jul 6, 1945
7183 (MSN 15B-68) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 3 Nov 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA, surveyed Nov 5, 1943
7184 (MSN 15B-69) W/o 29 Sep 1943 at Boyce, LA, surveyed at Esler Field, LA Oct 5, 1943
7185 (MSN 15B-70) stalled on takeoff Jun 29, 1942 at Elmendorf AAF, Alaska
7186 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7187 (MSN 15B-72) W/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, condemned Oct 17, 1942
7188 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7189 to RAAF as A53-19.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944
7190 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7191 condemned May 18, 1942
7192 (MSN 15B-77) returned to USA Oct 1943, W/o 7 May 1944 at Portland AAB, OR, surveyed May 10, 1944
7193 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7194 lost in combat Jun 2, 1942
7195 condemned Aug 28, 1942
7196 wrecked in landing accident at Longview, AK Nov 18, 1942 and DBR
7197 to CL-26 at Harding Field, LA Apr 23, 1943
7198 (53rd FG) to CL-26 at Ft Myers, FL mar 2,1944
7199 to RAAF as A53-22.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed at Moses Lake, TX Jul 17, 1944
7200 lost in combat Jun 2, 1942
7201 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7202 (MSN 15B-87) W/o 30 Jun 1942 at Harding Field, LA, surveyed at Harding Field, LA Nov 15, 1943
7203 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7204 pilot bailed out Jun 16, 1942 and crashed near Rigo PNG.
7205 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7206 returned to USA Jan 16, 1944 and surveyed Mar 28, 1944
7207 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7208 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7209 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7210 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7211 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7212 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7213 condemned after accident Jul 1, 1942
7214 lost in combat Jun 17, 1942
7215 (MSN 15-554) abandoned after landing accident May 1, 1942 on Cape York Peninsula,
Australia. Recovered Nov 1971 by Nick Watling and reported 1988 stored
a Mount Isa, Australia waiting for restoration.  Restored to airworthy, Wangaratta, Victoria 2002
(www.warbirdregistry.org)
7216 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7217 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7218 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7219 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7220 condemned after accident Jul 1, 1942
7221 condemned after accident May 26, 1942
7222 lost in combat Jun 17, 1942
7223 condemned after accident Aug 20, 1943
7224 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Dec 12, 1944
7225 to CL-26 at Drew Field, FL Nov 26, 1942
7226 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Jun 2, 1945
7227 (MSN 15B-112) to CL-26 at Harding AAAF, LA Jun 12, 1942
7228 (MSN 15B-113) W/o 3 Feb 1944 at Foster Field, TX, surveyed at Foster Field, TX Feb 5, 1944
7229 (MSN 15B-114) W/o 17 Sep 1942 at Craig Field, AL, to CL-26 at Brookley AAF Training School Oct 1, 1942
7230 stalled on landing at Myrtle Beach, SC Mar 17, 1942 and DBR
7231 missing since Mar 23, 1942, wreck found Mar 31, 1942 30 m NW of San
Antonio, TX.  Pilot killed.
7232 crashed and burned at Ft Myers, FL Apr 19, 1943. Pilot killed
7233 (MSN 15B-118) force landed Aug 18, 1943 in New Guinea and exploded. 
7234 spun in 15 mi E of Parris, FL Nov 25, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7235 to RAAF as A53-21.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed May 28, 1944
7236 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Jun 2, 1945
7237 wrecked 6 mi S of Fanlew, FL May 18, 1943 and DBR
7238 wrecked at Crawfordsville, FL May 25, 1942 and DBR
7239 wrecked at Placidia, FL May 11, 1942 and DBR
7240 to CL-26 at Amarillo AAF, TX Jul 16, 1942
7241 in midair off shore in Deadmans Bay, FL Jan 9, 1943
7242 crashlanded in woods 5 mi E of Cross City AB, FL Oct 20, 1942
7243 nose wheel collapsed on landing at Biggs AAF, TX May 28, 1942.  To CL-26
7244 crashed and burned SE of Florence, SC May 19, 1942
7245 wrecked 4 mi SE of Chadburg, FL apr 23, 1942. To CL-26
7246 to reclamation at Patterson AAF, OH Nov 13, 1945
7247 (MSN 15B-132) (52nd FG) crashed and burned enroute to Dale Mabry AAF, FL Jul 1, 1942
7248 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 7, 1945
7249 stalled and landed short of field at Dale Mabry Field, FL Sep 28, 1942
7250 (MSN 15B-135) W/o 3 Nov 1942 at Cross City AAB, FL, condemned Dec 16, 1942
7251 wrecked 2 mi SE of Plum Branch, SC Apr 2, 1942 and DBR
7252 wrecked in midair near Drew AAF, FL Sep 30, 1942 and DBR
7253 crashed in Redoubt Bay, AK Dec 19, 1942 and DBR
7254 force landed 10 m SW of Bloomstwon, FL Apr 23, 1942 and DBR
7255 wrecked in landing accident at Tallahassee, FL Sep 19, 1942 and DBR
7256 crashed SW of McCutchfille, OH Feb 18, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7257 force landed 5 mi NW of Page Field, FL Mar 23, 1943 and DBR
7258 taxied into 41-7071 Apr 10, 1942 at Florence AAF, SC and both aircraft DBR
7259 (MSN 15B-144) W/o 26 Apr 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, to CL-26 Jul 29, 1942
7260 wrecked at Panama City, FL Apr 14, 1942 and DBR
7261 condemned Aug 24, 1943 at Kodiak, AK
7262 nose wheel failed on landing at Wayne Co, MI Apr 4, 1942 and plane burned
7263 (MSN 15B-148) W/o 7 May 1942 at Brunswick, GA, to CL-26 at Hunter Field, GA May 27, 1942
7264 to CL-26 at Charlotte AA, SC May 29, 1942
7265 overshot landing at Dale Mabry AAF, FL Apr 29, 1943 and DBR
7266 (MSN 15B-151) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 28 Jun 1943 at Winchester, TN, surveyed at Tulahoma, TN Jun 29, 1943
7267 (MSN 15B-152) wrecked at Ft Myers, FL Jun 1, 1943
7268 (MSN 15B-153) Wfu 1 Oct 1942 at Brookley Field, AL, to CL-26 Oct 1, 1942
7269 (MSN 15B-154) W/o 30 Sep 1942 at Limestone, FL, surveyed Jan 12, 1943
7270 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 26, 1945
7271 crashed Jul 12, 1943 during training flight out of Keystone
AAF, Keystone Heights, FL.  Pilot killed.  Plane surveyed at Leesburg AAF, Jul 23, 1943
7272 in force landing 1/2 mi N of Marshal Fls, KA May 28, 1943 and DBR
7273 crashed and burned at Tallahassee, FL Sep 12, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7274 (MSN 15B-159) W/o 25 Mar 1943 at Brooks Field, TX, surveyed Aug 18, 1943
7275 crashed and burned 3 m N of Florence AAF, SC Apr 7, 1942
7276 to CL-26 at Cross City AAF, FL Dec 5, 1942
7277 to CL-26 Jul 31, 1942
7278 (MSN 15B-163) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 16 Jul 1943 at Wildwood, FL, surveyed at Leesburg AAF, VA Dec 12, 1943
7279 to reclamation Oct 2, 1945
7280 to CL-26 at high school in Wilmington, OH Nov 14, 1943
7281 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 20, 1945
7282 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1942
7283 condemned Dec 31, 1943, Elmendorf, AK
7284 crashed and burned 20 m W of New Orleans Apr 5, 1942
7285 crashed and burned Tallahassee, FL Sep 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
7286 to CL-26 at Lowry Field Nov 11, 1942
7287 to reclamation Oct 2, 1945
7288 to CL-26 at Sarasota AB, FL Oct 20, 1942
7289 wrecked at Patterson AAF, OH Dec 5, 1942 and DBR.
7290 (MSN 15B-175) in midair collision with 7291 near Lima, OH Mar 18, 1942
7291 (MSN 15B-176) in midair collision with 7290 near Lima, OH Mar 18, 1942
7292 to CL-26 at Embry Riddle, FL Oct 28, 1942
7293 wrecked 2 mi W of Mira Loma, CA Jan 19, 1943 and DBR
7294 to CL-26 at William Northern AAF, TN Nov 25, 1947
7295 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 2, 1945
7296 (MSN 15B-181) W/o 7 Oct 1942 at Sarasota AB, FL, to CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Oct 17, 1942
7297 crashed and burned near Lima, OH Mar 18, 1942
7298 wrecked in landing accident at Ft Greely, AK Mul 15, 1942 and DBR
7299 (MSN 15B-184) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 27 Mar 1942 at Desert Centre AAF, CA, surveyed at Desert Center AAF, CA Mar 29, 1942 
7300 crashed and burned near Lima, OH Mar 18, 1942.
7301 wrecked at New Orleans AAB Apr 18, 1942.  Condemned May 1, 1942
7302 (MSN 15B-187) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 8 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA, surveyed at Patterson AAF, OH Mar 9, 1944
7303 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jan 9, 1945
7304 condemned Dec 24, 1942
7305 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 20, 1945
7306 condemned Oct 31, 1942
7307 (MSN 15B-192) W/o 2 Jun 1942 at Stoney Point, Canada, condemned Dec 31, 1943
7308 surveyed at McClellan AF, CA Dec 3, 1943
7309 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
7310 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 28, 1945
7311 crashed at Manteur, LA May 11,1 942.  Pilot killed
7312 to RFC at West Virginia University, Morgantown, WVA Jun 5, 1945
7313 to CL-26 Jul 29, 1942
7314 (MSN 15B-199) W/o 8 Nov 1942 at Longview, AK, condemned Nov 8, 1942
7315 (MSN 15B-200) W/o 11 Aug 1942 at Ft Spencer, AK
7316 wrecked 10 m NW of Cross City AB, FL Nov 20, 1942 when engine failed on takeoff. DBR
7317 (MSN 15B-202) W/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, condemned Oct 12, 1942
7318 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
7319 wrecked at New Orleans AAB Apr 19, 1942 when hit while parked at night by
P-39F 41-7335 and DBR
7320 to reclamation at Spokane May 29, 1945
7321 (MSN 15B-206) W/o 2 Oct 1942 at Nome, AK, condemned Oct 2, 1942
7322 (MSN 15B-207) W/o 18 Sep 1942 at Nome, AK, condemned Dec 31, 1943
7323 (MSN 15B-208) condemned Sep 9, 1942
7324 to reclamation at Kelly Field, TX Oct 2, 1945.
7325 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Jun 2, 1945
7326 to CL-26 at Langley Field, VA Mar 25, 1944
7327 wrecked in force-landing at New Orleans AAB, LA Apr 22, 1942 and DBR
7328 (MSN 15B-213) wrecked 8 m E of Phoenix Apr 9, 1942 and DBR, W/o 9 Sep 1942 at Nome, AK 
7329 condemned Sep 9, 1942.
7330 wrecked in takeoff accident at Longview, Alaska Nov 14, 1942 and DBR.
7331 hit tree at Kodiak, Alaska Sep 5, 1942 and DBR
7332 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 20, 1945
7333 to reclamation at Brookley Field, AL Sep 20,1945
7334 (MSN 15B-219) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 16 May 1943 at William Northern AAF, TN.
7335 hit parked plane during night landing at New Orleans AAB, LA Apr 19, 1942 and DBR.
7336 (MSN 15B-221) W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Longview, AK, condemned Dec 5, 1942
7337 crashed into bay at Nome Landing Field, Alaska Jun 25, 1942.  Pilot killed
7338 crashed at Harding AAF, LA May 19, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7339 (MSN 15B-224) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 29 May 1943 at Fort Myers AAF, FL, surveyed at Fort Myers AAF, FL May 31, 1943
7340 to CL-26 at Robbins Field Oct 24, 1943
7341 (MSN 15B-226) W/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, condemned Oct 17, 1942
7342 in wheels-up landing at Crystal Alke AAF Aug 21, 1942 and DBR
7343 crashed 3 m NE of Dale Malbry AAF, FL Mar 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
7344 to reclamation at Dothan, AL Mar 22, 1945.
41-18335 ... 41-18335
Boeing XB-29 Superfortress
MSN 2884
41-36954 ... 41-36967
Boeing YB-29-BW Superfortress
MSN 3325/3338
36954 converted to XB-39.
36956 (MSN 3327) assigned to 40th BG, Wright Field, Ohio Jan 19,1 944 heavily damaged in ground accident
at Eglin Field.
36959 (MSN 3330) assigned to 794BS, 468BG, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS, named "Amarillos Flying Solenoid" 
heavily damaged in landing accident due to mechanical failure at Smokey Hill AAF, KS on Nov 6, 1943
36961 (MSN 3332) assigned to 795BS, 468BG,  Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS, W/o Oct 24, 1943 in a fatal take off 
accident at Smokey Hill AAF, KS.
36962  (MSN 3333) assigned to 677BS, 444BG, Great Bend AAF, Great Bend, KS. On Sep 6, 1943 damaged in a 
ground accident due to mechanical failure at Great Bend AAF. Repaired, damaged in a forced landing 
due to fire at Great Bend AAF on Feb 24, 1944.
36963 flown to England early Mar 1944 to give the enemy the impression that
B-29s were going to be deployed to the ETO.  Named "Hobo Queen".  Later to China.
36965 (MSN 3336) assigned to 76FTW, Maxwell Fld. Montgomery, AL, On Jan 2, 1945 damaged in a taxi 
accident. Repaired assigned to 2132 BU, damaged Jul 06, 1945 in a forced landing due to mechanical 
failure at Maxwell Field. 
36966 (MSN 3337) assigned to CCTS, 231BU, Alamogordo AAB, Alamogodo, NM, W/o when it fatally crashed 
into the ground  25 mi NE of Alamagordo AAB, NM on Aug 21. 1944.
36967 (MSN 3338) assigned to 770BS, 462BG, Walker AAF, KS. W/o when the crew bailed out after an engine 
fire 12 Mi N, 1 Mi E Gorhan, Walker AAF on Jan 29, 1944. Pilot Col. Childress was flying Service Test # 14 #41-36967 on 
January 29, 1944 near Walker Army Airfield and crash landed the B-29 after the loss of all 4 engines. He had the crew bail out and got her 
down alone. He landed on a hill top and slid between some oil well derricks and set crude oil storage tanks on fire. He plowed a
ditch some 330 feet long in the sod.  He survived.
42-6205 ... 42-6221
Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
MSN 3339/3355
6205 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6206 reclamation completed Hill FIeld Sep 24, 1948
6207 reclamation completed Alamorgordo Jul 26, 1946
6208 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6209 reclamation completed Roswell Jul 11, 1945
6210 surveyed Clovis AAF Jul 4, 1944
6211 (462nd BG, 771st BS) crashed on takeoff at Piaradoba,
India May 23, 1944.  Surveyed May 23, 1944
6212 (444th BG crashlanded in China while on mission on Anshan, China Sep 8, 1944.  Crew of 11 survived and
were rescued.
6213 reclamation complete Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6214 reclamation completed Clovis AAF Oct 17, 1946
6215 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed due to engine failure near
Yibin, China Nov 9, 1944
6216 to CL-26 at Clovis AF Oct 8, 1944
6217 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6218 reclamation completed Amarillo Aug 23, 1946
6219 reclamation completed Roswell May 31, 1946
6220 (444th BG, 677th BS) crashed on takeoff at Kwanghan,
China Jun 15, 1944
6221 surveyed Clovis Nov 21, 1944
42-6222 ... 42-6222
Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
MSN 3356.  40th BG, 45th BS) crashlanded due to fuel starvation
at Chakulia, India Sep 11, 1944.  Surveyed Nov 6, 1944
42-6223 ... 42-6223
Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
MSN 3357
(462nd BG, 771st BS) crashlanded in China Aug 23, 1944.  Unknown number of crew were killed. Also reported
that reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 19, 1947
42-6224 ... 42-6224
Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
MSN 3358
Condemned crash landing surveyed Nov 6, 1944
42-6225 ... 42-6228
Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
MSN 3359/3362
6225 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 19, 1947
6226 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Nov 1,1948
6227 condemned fire Jun 29, 1944
6228 (444th BG, 677th BS) crashed and buirned in China Aug 2, 1944.  MACR 11299
42-6229 ... 42-6232
Martin-Omaha B-29-1-MO Superfortress
MSN 3363/3366
6229 (468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed at end of runway at Pengshan, 
China on mission to Yawata Jun 15, 1944
6230 (468th BG, 792nd BS) shot down by Ki-45 (Nick) flown by WO Sadamitsu Kimura of 45h Sentai 
over Wakamatsu Fukuoka, Japan Jun 15, 1944 during attack on steel works at Yawata Kyoto, Japan.  MACR 6596.
All 12 crew killed.  Was first B-29 shot down over Japan.
6231 (468th BG, 794th BS) hit mountain near Kiangyu, China 
Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6599
6232 condemned combat Jun 20, 1944
42-6233 ... 42-6233
Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
MSN 3367
Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
42-6234 ... 42-6234
Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
MSN 3368
With 444th BG, 670th BS, lost from unknown cause in China Sep 8, 1944 while on mission on Anshan, China.  MACR 8593
4 crew killed, 7 rescued.	
42-6235 ... 42-6235
Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
MSN 3369
6235 (468th BG, 795th BS) gear retracted during takeoff
in India Jun 26, 1944.  W/o
42-6236 ... 42-6236
Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
MSN 3370
Was named "Cross Country" and was a trainer aircraft during its service life.  Reclamation completed Tinker Mar 24, 1949
42-6237 ... 42-6237
Martin-Omaha B-29-1-MO Superfortress
MSN 3371.  With 40th BG 25th BS shot down by AAA near Nanking China Nov 11, 1944  China.  MACR 9663.
4 crew KIA, 8 bailed out of which 3 were captured and became POW.  5 evaded and were rescued.
42-6238 ... 42-6242
Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
MSN 3372/3376
6238 (468th BG, 792nd BS) converted to tanker.  Crashed 
Oct 1, 1944 Emei Mountain, China due to bad weather
6239 surveyed Pratt AF May 26, 1944
6240 (40th BG, 395th BS) crashed from unknown causes 25 mi SE of Likiang, China
Jul 30, 1944.  MACR 7177.  7 crew killed, 4 survived.
6242 permanently modified for bulk haulage of fuel and named "Esso Express*
42-6243 ... 42-6243
Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
MSN 3377
6243 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crew bailed out due to mechanical failure, Japan, Aug 10, 1944
42-6244 ... 42-6254
Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
MSN 3378/3388
6244 reclamation completed Amarillo AF Apr 9, 1946
6245 condemned survey Wichita MAT Boeing Jun 8, 1944
6246 (679 BS, 444 BG) crew bailed out 80 mi SW of Hsichang,
China during ferry flight from Kharagpur, India to 
Kwanghan, China Jun 28, 1944 due to #1 and #3 engine 
failures.
6247 reclamation completed Amarillo Apr 30, 1946
6248 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6249 (40th BG, 25th BS) ferry flight crash at Payne Airfield, Cairo, Egypt Apr 18, 1944.  All crew survived. 
6250 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6251 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6252 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6253 (468th BG, 794th BS) force landed in bad weather in
China Aug 20, 1944.  Scrapped in CBI Oct 10, 1944
6254 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
42-6255 ... 42-6304
Boeing B-29-5-BW Superfortress
MSN 3389/3438
6255 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crew bailed out due to engine 
fire near Lilibari, India May 1, 1944
6256 (462nd BG, 771st BS, "Ramp Tramp") forced down July 20, 1944 near Vladivostok and fell into Soviet hands.  MACR 7178
Later used as mother ship for underwing launching of 346P glider
a development of ex-German DFS 346 rocket-powered aircraft in 1948-49.
6257 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6258 reclamation completed Roswell, NM Aug 21, 1945
6259 delivered to USAAF at Salinas Field, Kansas Nov 30, 1943.  To Wright Field, OH  Dec 2, 1943.
Was first "Pullman" B-29 modified with long bomb bay doors and used for testing of "Thin Man" and "Fat Man"
inert test shapes at Muroc and later at Wendover.  Code name "Pullman" was later changed to "Silverplate".
Reclamation completed Ft Worth May 11, 1945
6260 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6261 (40th BG, 45th BS) lost over Hump Jun 16, 1944 while on mission to steel works at Yawata Kyoto, Japan.  
MACR 6010 and 6600.  All 11 crew killed.
6262 (444th BG, 678th BS, "Round Trip Ticket") shot down by Ki-45 (Nick) Dec 7, 1944, Mukden, Manchuria.  MACR 10041.
All 11 crew were killed.
6263 (462nd BG, 769th BS) ditched off Kurmitola, India Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 11300.  3 crew killed, 8 survived and were
rescued.
6264 (468th BG, 792nd BS) suffered AAA damage and crew bailed out off 
Chinese coast Aug 21, 1944.  MACR 11297
6265 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
6266 reclamation completed Maxwell Jul 2, 1946 as TB-29Q
6267 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6268 (40th BG, 44th BS) crashlanded due to engine failure
at Chakulia, India Sep 16, 1944.  Condemned survey 
Sep 17, 1944. 
6269 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6270 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6271 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crew bailed out near Loshan due to prop failure Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 6598
6272 returned to USA Jan 30, 1945
6273 (58th BW, 462nd BG, 769th BS, "Old-Bitch-U-Airy Bess") returned to USA Jan 1, 1945 as war
weary.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6274 (468th BG, 794th BS) shot down over China Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 6946
6275 (468th BG, 794th BS) shot down by Ki-45 (Nick) near Chengshen, China while on a mission to the Showa
Steel Works at Anshan, Manchuria Jul 29, 1944.  3 crew killed, 8 crew bailed out and returned safely
to base.  Also listed as being damaged over Omura, Japan Nov 20, 1944.  Crew bailed out 10 mi from
base at Chakulia, China
6276 (40th BG, 45th BS) crashed due to fuel starvation in 
CBI Dec 19, 1944.  Condemned Dec 22, 1944
6277 (444th BG, 679th BS) in forced landing in India after ran out of fuel Jun 4, 1944.  All crew survived, but
aircraft was destroyed.
6278 (462nd BG, 770th BS) crashed in China Sea due to unknown cause while on mission to aircraft factor at 
Omura, Japahn Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 9973.  All 11 crew killed.
6279 (468th BG, 792nd BS) MIA Nov 21, 1944, Pacific.  MACR 9866.  Fate of crew unknown.
6280 (444th BG, 676th BS) crashed into mountain in China Oct 14, 1944, China.  MACR 9321.  All 11 crew killed.
6281 (40th BG, 45th BS) crashed and exploded at Fanghsein, China while returning from mission to aircraft
factory at Omura, Japan Oct 25, 1944.  All 11 crew bailed out but one died as he landed from wounds suffered
over the target.  10 crew survived and were rescued.
6282 (40th BG) ditched off Chittagong, India Jun 5, 1944.  
MACR 6602 and 5861
6283 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6284 reclamation completed Pyote AMC Sep 30, 1946
6285 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6286 (444th BG, 677th BS) crashed into Shsi-Ling (Snow Mountain) in China after ran out of fuel while
returning from mission to steel works at Yawata Kyoto, Jaoan Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 10590.  All 11 crew killed.
6287 reclamation completed Randolph Field Jul 17, 1945
6288 (40th BG) crashed on takeoff from Hsingching (A-1) for photo
mission Oct 22, 1944.  7 killed.
6289 (40th BG, 44th BS) in ground fire at Chakulia, IndiaJul 8, 1944
6290 (40th BG, 44th BS) collided on runway with B-29 42-65204 which was landing at Ankang Airfield Shaanxi, China
while returning from mission to aircraft factory at Omura, Japan Nov 21, 1944.  All crew survived, but
aircraft was destroyed.  Condemned crash landing Nov 23, 1944
6291 (40th BG, 395th BS) crashlanded at Midnapore, India
Jul 26, 1944
6292 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6293 crash landing at Neisiang, China Jun 16, 1944
6294 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6295 (40th BG, 45th BS) lost from unknown cause over Japan Oct 17, 1944.  MACR 9511.  Also MACR 9322.
40th BG webside has the plane shot up over Bangkok Nov 27, 1944 but made it back and never used again.
Another source had the plane surviving the war and reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6296 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed and burned near Chharra
airfield, India May 15, 1944
6297 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6298 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6299 (462nd BG) rammed by Ki-44 (Tojo) over Mukden, Manchuria Dec 7, 1944.  MACR 10125.  9 crew killed, 2 bailed out
and became POW.
6300 (444th BG, 677th BS) lost Nov 11, 1944, China on mission to Omura, Japan.  MACR 9688.
Last seen leaving formation on return from target with all engines running.
6301 (40th BG, 25th BS) radar error sent aircraft off course and crashed
in mountains near Kunlien, China Aug 20, 1944.  11 KIA.  MACR 7524
6302 (444th BG, 678th BS) force landed due to fuel starvation
at Bera, India Jul 15, 1944
6303 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
6304 (40th BG, 395th BS) crashed in Bengal, India Jul 15, 1944.  
MACR 5860 and 6603
42-6305 ... 42-6354
Boeing B-29-10-BW Superfortress
MSN 3439/3488
6305 (462nd Bg, 769th BS) crashed on takeoff in China
Aug 20, 1944.  Condemned per survey in China and 
dropped Oct 1, 1944
6306 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6307 (444th BG, 676th BS) aircraft stalled and crew bailed out over Himalayan Mountains Nov 12, 1944.  
Aircraft crashed and exploded, but crew of 11 survived.
6308 (40th BG, 45th BS) crashed near Lachowow, China while returning from mission to steel works at
Yawata Kyoto, Japan Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 9686.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and were rescued by
friendly Chinese who helped them get to Lachowow, China.
6309 (444th BG, 676th BS) missing in China Sep 2, 1944.  MACR 11296
6310 reclamation complted Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6311 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
6312 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6313 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6314 (468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed near Leipo, China Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 6597 and 6122
6315 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6316 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
6317 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6318 (40th BG, 395th BS) crashed on takeoff at Chakulia,
India Jun 4, 1944.  condemned crash on takeoff Jun 5, 1944
6319 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6320 (444th BG, 697th BS) crashed near Suining, China
Aug 20, 1944.  Condemned missing Aug 21, 1944
6321 (444th BG, 677th BS) destroyed in crash landing at Ankang Airfield Shaanxi in China Nov 21, 1944
while returning from mission to aircraft factory in Omura, Japan.  All crew survived.
6322 (40th BG, 44th BS) condemned crash landing 50 mi from Anchong, China Dec 23, 1944
6323 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed and burned in India  Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 11367.  All crew killed.
Was converted to a tanker.
6324 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6325 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6326 (40th BG, 45th BS) crashlanded at Hsichang, China
Jun 19, 1944.  Condemned survey in China Sep 16, 1944
6327 (444th BG, 678th BS) forcelanded nar Chharra, India May 1, 1944
6328 (462nd BG,770th BS) crashlanded in China Jun 27, 1944.
6329 reclamation completed Pytote Dec 21, 1949
6330 (444th BG, 676th BS) condemned crashed on return, 
Kwanghan, China Aug 20, 1944
6331 (40th BG, 25th BS) shot down by gunfire from British Beaufighter over Chittagon, Burma by mistake 
Dec 20, 1944.  MACR 10589.  2 crew killed, 9 crew bailed out and were rescued.
6332 condemned MIA Aug 21, 1944
6333 reclamation completed Pyote Mar 2, 1949
6334 (468th BG, 794th BS) rammed by enemy Ki-45 fighter and crashed Yawata Kyoto, Japan Aug 20, 1944.
All 12 crew KIA.
6335 (462nd BG, 769th BS) destroyed by fire on ground at
Piaradoba, India May 12, 1944. Condemned survey Oct 18, 1944.  
Gas explosion in rear area
6336 (462nd BG, 771st BS) w/o in landing accident at Calcutta-
Dum Dum, India Jun 5, 1944.  Condemned crash and survey Nov 6, 1944
6337 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6338 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6339 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1948
6340 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6341 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6342 (40th BG, 395th BS) crashed 10 mi SW of Hsinching Airfield (A-1) Sichuan, China due to engine fire
while returning from mission to Einansho Air Depot at Formosa Oct 16, 1944.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed
out and survived.
6343 (444th BG, 678th BS) 5 min after takoff and spun in, crashing
into side of a mountain Kwandham, China Dec 27, 1944
6344 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6345 (462nd BG, 771st BS) w/o in forced landing in India
May 21, 1944.  Condemned salvage Jun 26, 1944
6346 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6347 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6348 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6349 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6350 crashed during ferry flight at Marrakech, French
Morocco due to fire in air Apr 14, 1944
6351 (40th BG, 25th BS) crashed at Hsinchin, China 
Jul 29, 1944.  Condemned crash and explosion in China 
Aug 5, 1944
6352 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6353 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6354 reclamation completed Chanute Apr 1, 1947 
42-6355 ... 42-6404
Boeing B-29-15-BW Superfortress
MSN 3489/3538
6355 surveyed Clovis Jun 15, 1944
6356 (468th BG, 792nd BS) suffered prop failure 
on return from fuel delivery and crew bailed
out over China Aug 25, 1944.
6357 assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, Ohio
Jun 22, 1944 with NACA code K-76.  Used to test NACA modifications to R-3350 engines.
Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6358 (468nd BG, 794th BS, "Ding Hao") forced down in Russia 
Nov 21, 1944 and fell into Soviet hands.  MACR 9865.
Later used by Soviets as crew trainer in development 
of Tu 4
6359 (462nd BG, 770th BS) crashed into mountain near Qinyuan Shanxi, China Dec 7, 1944 while on mission
to Manchuria airplane manufacturing company and adjacent arsenal at Mukden, Manchuria.  MACR 10124.
All 11 crew killed.
6360 (462nd BG) made wheels up belly landing in China China Sep 8, 1944 due to damage from Japanese
fighters while on mission to Anshan, China.  All 11 crew survived and were rescued.
6361 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed due to fuel starvation at Kunming, China Jun 5, 1944. 
6362 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crashed in Pengshan, China after takeoff 
Nov 21, 1944.  Mission started in India, plane landed in China as a staging site for the next leg to Japan.
6363 reclamation completed Lowry Field Mar 24, 1946
6364 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 12, 1949
6365 (468th BG, 794th BS, "Hap Arnold Special") forced down in Vladivostok, Russia Nov 11, 1944 and fell into 
Soviet hands.  MACR 9664.
6366 reclamation completed Robins AF Nov 8, 1949
6367 reclamation completed Robins AF Aug 25, 1949
6368 (468th BG, 794th BS) crashed after struck in tail stabilizer by piece of wreckage from B-29 42-6334
that was rammed by enemy Ki-45 fighter and crashed Yawata Kyoto, Japan Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 9685.
8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
6369 (468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed in dust storm during ferry flight enroute from USA to
Karachi, India Apr 21, 1944.
6370 (58th BW, 468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed 75 mi off Andaman Islands in Bay of Bengal during mission to
Singapore Nov 5, 1944.  MACR 9577.  All 11 crew killed.
6371 reclamation completed Clovis Nov 20, 1946
6372 to CL-26 at Amarillo Jun 29, 1944
6373 surveyed Walker AF Jul 13, 1944
6374 reclamation completed Hill Field Sep 14, 1948
6375 surveyed Clovis Jun 4, 1944
6376 to storage at Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
6377 reclamation complete Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6378 reclamatin completed Davis-Monthan Jun 27, 1949
6379 surveyed Walker AF Sep 18, 1945
6380 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6381 reclamation completed Victorville AAF, CA Sep 14, 1948
6382 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
6383 ditched in ocean off coast of Africa during ferry flight enroute to India via Roberts Field, Monrovia, Liberia Jun 17, 1944.
Crew survived.
6384 to CL-26 at Pratt AF Aug 27, 1944
6385 reclamation completed Chanute Apr 29, 1949
6386 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6387 to CL-26 at Pratt AF Jun 14, 1944
6388 reclamation completed Victorville AF Sep 18, 1948
6389 (468th BG, 792nd BS) lost in China Dec 7, 1944 while on mission to Manchuria Airplane Factory and
arsenel at Mukden, Manchuria.  MACR 10100.  All 11 crew killed.
6390 (468th BG, 794th BS) rammed by enemy Ki-44 fighter over Mukden, Manchuria Dec 7, 1944.  MACR 10101.
10 crew KIA and 1 bailed out and became POW.
6391 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6392 reclamation completed Victorville AF Sep 14, 1948
6393 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6394 reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
6395 (29th BG) crashed near Dallas, TX Aug 10, 1944.
6396 reclamation completed Tinker AF May 14, 1947
6397 to Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949.
6398 reclamation completed Alamagordo Mar 1, 1945
6399 reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
6400 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6401 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6402 reclamation completed Tinker AF, OK May 15, 1947
6403 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6404 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
42-6405 ... 42-6454
Boeing B-29-20-BW Superfortress
MSN 3539/3588
6405 surveyed Clovis Mar 30, 1945
6406 reclamation completed Kelly Field Jan 14, 1949
6407 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6408 (468th BG, 792nd BS) suffered AAA damage and crew bailed out Yawata, Japan Aug 20, 1944.
MACR 9687
6409 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6410 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6411 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6412 converted to F-13 photo-recon aircraft.  Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6413 to Eglin proving ground 8/31/45.  Reclamation completed Jul 31, 1946
6414 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6415 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6416 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6417 to CL-26 at Smoky Hill AF, KS Jul 9, 1944
6418 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6419 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6420 reclamation completed Seattle AAF, WA Oct 2, 1946
6421 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6422 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6423 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6424 reclamation completed Davis Monthan AAF, AZ Jun 27, 1949
6425 (40th BG) crashed 70 mi SW of Hsichang, China
Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 7345.
6426 to storage at Davis Monthan 6/27/49
6427 reclamation completed Tinker AF May 15, 1947
6428 missing Pratt AAF, KS (29th VHBG) Jan 13, 1946
6429 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6430 reclamation completed Kirtland AF, NM Jul 2, 1945
6431 reclamation completed Tinker AF May 17, 1947
6432 reclamation completed Pyote AF Apr 1, 1947
6433 reclamation completed Las Vegas AAF, Apr 9, 1946
6434 reclamation completed Seattle AAF Oct 2, 1946
6435 reclamation completed Walker AAF, KS Sep 17, 1946
6436 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6437 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6438 reclamation completed Alamogordo, NM Jan 29, 1945
6439 to storage at Davis Monthan 2/28/46.  Reclamation completed
Nov 30, 1948
6440 reclamation completed Tinker AF May 15, 1947
6441 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6442 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6443 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6444 crashed on takeoff at Piardoba airfield, India. Nov 9, 1944.  11 crew bailed out but one was killed.
6445 reclamation completed Harlingen AF, TX May 24, 1946
6446 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 26, 1949
6447 reclamation completed Kelly AA Jul 14, 1949
6448 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6449 reclamation completed Tinker AF May 27, 1948
6450 reclamation completed Kelly AF May 27, 1948
6451 reclamation completed Tinker AF May 15, 1947
6452 (444th BG, 679th BS) crashed near Agartala, India
Aug 7, 1944.  Caught fire, crew bailed out
6453 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
6454 reclamation completed Davis Monthan AF Jun 27, 1949
42-14502 ... 42-14701
Boeing B-29 Superfortress
Contract cancelled
42-24420 ... 42-24469
Boeing B-29-25-BW Superfortress
MSN 4081/4130
24420 (444th BG, 677th BS) ditched in Bay of Bengal after ran out of fuel Aug 11, 1944
All crew survived and were rescued.
24423 damaged in landing accident at Atkinson Field, British Guiana Dec 9, 1944.  All crew survived.  Unknown
if aircraft was repaired.
24441 used for armament tests with 2 manned Martin turrets in top fuselage,
two Sperry ball turrets on bottom of fuselage, and two side gun
stations on the side of the nose.
24446 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crashed on landing approach Oct 20, 1944 due to fuel exhaustion and
engine fire.
24447 lost from unknown cause over Gulf of Mexico Nov 27, 1944.  MACR 15648.  Fate of crew unknown.
24450 (330th BG, 457th BS) crashed 3 mi WSW of Havana Cuba Feb 7, 1945 while on ferry flight to Guam.
24452 (40th BG, 45th BS) lost over Burma Nov 27, 1944 on mission to rail yards at Bangkok, Thailand.  MACR 10003.
All 11 crew killed.
24457 (40th BG, 25th BS) crashed at Rangoon, Burma Dec 14, 1944 after damaged by bomb explosion of
B-29 42-24726 in midair while on mission to Bangkok, Thailand.  MACR 10378.  All 11 crew bailed
out and became POW.
24461 (462nd BG, 769th BS) crashlanded at Dum Dum, Calcutta, India while returning from mission to Indochina.
3 crew killed, 8 survived.
24466 (40th BG, 45th BS) crashed at Ankang, China Dec 19, 1944 due to ruaway prop while returning from
mission to Ankang, China.  Crew of 11 bailed out and were rescued by friendly Chinese.
24469 (468th BG, 793rd BS) crew bailed out due to AAA damage Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12874.
42-24470 ... 42-24519
Boeing B-29-30-BW Superfortress
MSN 4131/4180
24471 (498th BG, 873rd BS) washed out due to unknow cause at Isley Field, Saipan due to unknown cause May 5, 1945.
24474 (462nd BG) shot down by Japanese fighter over Yawata Kyoto, Japan Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 10126.  2 crew
KIA, 9 bailed out and became POW.
24479 (462nd BG, 768th BS) ditched Feb 24, 1945 from unknown cause in Haria Bianga River near Calcutta, India 
while on mission to Singapore.  All 11 crew survived but aircraft DBR.
24482 destroyed in takeoff accident 3 1/2 mi SSE of Natal, Brazil Aug 10, 1944.  All crew killed.
24492 (40th BG, 25th BS) ditched S of Iwo Jima May 14, 1945 while on mission to Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14412.
10 crew killed, 1 survived and was rescued.
24494 (468th BG, 792nd BS) overshot runway due to prop failure Jun 17, 1945
24504 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crashed after takeoff from Kharagpur Airfield, India Oct 25, 1944 while on mission
to Omura, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
24505 (462nd BG, 769th BS) lost from Japanese aerial burst bomb dropped by Japanese aicraft Dec 21, 1944, Manchuria.  
MACR 10593.  All 11 crew KIA.
24507 (444th BG, 678th BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-65202 Mar 25, 1945 over Bay of Bengal.  Aircraft
was able to land safely.  Never used again and returned to USA as war weary Jun 12, 1945.
24510 (444th BG, 677th BS) crashed at Chunking airfield, Yunnan, China Nov 23, 1944.  All crew survived, but
aircraft was destroyed.
24513 (40th BG, 25th BS) lost over Laohokow, China Oct 14, 1944 while on mission to Okayama aircraft factory
on Formosa.  All 11 crew bailed out and were rescued by friendly Chinese.
24518 (444th BG, 677th BS) ditched in Bay of Bengal due to aircraft fie Nov 3, 1944.  MACR 9594
42-24520 ... 42-24569
Boeing B-29-35-BW Superfortress
MSN 4181/4230
24521 to reclamation/scrap at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Apr 9, 1951
24524 (444th BG) MIA Jun 1, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14598
24525 (MSN 4186) named "The Mary K" with 486th BG.  Reclaimed Feb 1950
24526 to reclamation/scrap at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Apr 9, 1951
24530 (462nd BG) MIA Nov 19, 1944, India.  MACR 9901
24533 to reclamation/scrap at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Apr 10,1951
24542 (468th BG, 794th BS) lost from unknown cause June 1, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14600.  All 11 crew killed.
24547 crashed in Puerto Rico while on ferry flight Dec 30 1944.  Aircraft was destroyed.
24557 converted to TB-29 assigned to 241st AAFBU at Fairmont AAF,
NB damaged a parked B-29 (42-63385) Mar 4, 1945 at Ramey
AFB, PR.
24566 converted to F-13 photo recon aircraft
42-24570 ... 42-24669
Boeing B-29-40-BW Superfortress
MSN 4231/4330
24573 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 2, 1951
24574 (40th BG, 45th BS) crashed Dec 14, 1944, Rangoon, Burma after being damaged by bomb explosion
of another B-29 (42-24726) in midair while on mission to Bangkok, Thailand.  All crew bailed out 1
00 mi from Rangoon and became POW. MACR 10376
24576 (6th BG, 40th BS) crashed 7 mi NE of Aquadilla, Puerto Rico Dec 16, 1944 while on ferry flight.
Aircraft badly damaged.  All crew survived
24582 (40th BG, 448th BS, "Little Clambert") caught fire and
burned while loading bombas at Chakulia, India Jan 14, 1945.
9 killed, 21 injured.  42-63394 also destroyed.
24583 to F-13
24584 (444th BG, 678th BS0 crashed at Tinian Island at unknown date. All crew survived but aircraft destroyed.
24585 to F-13 (11th PRG, 3rd PRS, *Poison Ivy*) crashed 6 mi NE of Agana, Guam Jun 8, 1945 due to engine failure.
24586 converted to F-13.  With (3rd BG) MIA Nov 21, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 10453
24587 converted to F-13 photo recon aircraft
24588 converted to F-13 photo recon aircraft
24589 (40th BG, 25th BS) shot down by AAA over Singapore Feb 1, 1945.  MACR 12020.  All 11 crew KIA.
24592 (497th BG, *Dauntless Dotty*) lost on takeoff at night Jun 6, 1945.  
10 KIA, 3 rescued.  MACR 14530
24594 (497th BG) crashed after takeoff on mission to
Nagoya Jan 23, 1945, North Pacific.  MACR 11301.  6 KIA, 5 survived.
24595 (497th BG, 869th BS) ditched in southwest Pacific Ocean Jan 14, 1945 SW Pacific while on mission
to Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 11221.  7 crew killed, 4 survived and were rescued.
24598 (497th BG, 869th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean due to battle damage Jan 9, 1945 while returning from
mission to Musashino aircraft factor near Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 10908.  All 11 crew killed.
24599 (497th BG, 869th BS) destroyed by bombs from Japanese aicraft at Isley Field, Saipan Nov 27, 1944.
24600 (500th BG, 883rd BS) rammed by Japanese Ki-61 and crashed at Kugayama Suginami-Ku, Japan Apr 7, 1945 while
om mission to Nakajima aircraft factory at Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 13657.  All 11 crew KIA.
24603 (498th BG, 873rd BS) damaged Nov 27, 1944 on ground at Isley Field, Saipan by enemy raid.  Surveyed 12/18/1944
24604 (497th BG, 870th BS) crashed at Ikebukuro 5-chome, Tokyo, Japan Apr 14, 1945 while on weather
mission.  MACR 13833.  All 11 crew killed.
24605 (498th BG) ditched due to mechanical failure of fuel transfer
system Dec 27, 1944.  4 crew members rescued.  MACR 11237
24606 (498th BG, 875th BS) damaged on ground at Isley Field, Saipan by enemy raid Dec 15, 1944.  Salvaged Jan 6, 1945.
24608 (498th BG, 873rd BS) landed Feb 4, 1945 on Saipan with engine on fire.  Aircraft surveyed Feb 6, 1945.
24609 (498th BG 87th BS) had two engines damaged Jan 14, 1945 while on mission to Mitsubishi factory at Nagoya,
Japan.  Able to return to base, but aircraft DBR. Lost to Guam Air Depot 2/17/1945.
24610 (498th BG, 874th BS) lost to unknown cause over Japan Mar 13, 1945.  MACR 13018.  Fate of crew unknown.
24611 (498th BG, 873rd BS) damaged over target Apr 29, 1945 while on mission to airfields at Kyushu, Japan and crew bailed
out after leaving coast of Japan.  5 crew killed, 6 crew rescued.  MACR 14337
24613 (498th BG) lost 2 engines after takeoff Dec 27, 1944, ditched
between Saipan and Tinian.  3 crew rescued.  MACR 10852
24614 (498th BG) burst into flames and fell into sea shortly
after takeoff 4/1/1945.  No survivors.  MACR 13766
24615 (497th BG, 869th BS) ditched near Iwo Jima Apr 18, 1945 due to battle damage over Japan.  8 crew killed,
3 rescued.  
24616 (497th BG) shot down by J1N1 and crashed at Ishino Chiba, Japan Jan 27, 1945.  MACR 11558.  8 crew KIA,
2 bailed and became POW.
24617 crashed at Jackson Heights, New York while landing Feb 15, 1945.
24619 (497th BG, 870th BS, "Shady Lady") rammed by Ki-44 west of Tokyo, Japan Jan 27, 1945 and crashed in river at
Oume City, Tokyo.  MACR 11557.  All 11 crew KIA.
24621 to F-13.  Reclaimed Warner-Robbins Apr 25, 1949.
24622 (497th BG, 870th BS0 rammed by Ki-44 over Tokyo, Japan Nov 24, 1944 and crashed 20 mi from shore.
All 11 crew KIA.
24626 (497th BG, 871st BS) rammed by Ki-61 over Nagova, Japan Jan 3, 1945.  MACR 10854.  All 11 crew KIA.
24628 (497th BG, 870th BS) lost in Pacific Ocean while on mission to Mitsubshi aicraft factor at 
Nagoya, Japan Dec 19, 1944.  MACR 10641.  All 10 crew survived and were rescued.
24629 (498th BG, 873rd BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean after being attacked by enemy fighters on mission to Kobe, Japan
Feb 4, 1945.  Entire crew except commander rescued.
24638 (499th BG, 879th BS) ditched in Pacific Oceah Dec 13, 1944 while returning from mission to Mitsubishi
aircraft factor at Nagoya, Japan.  All 11 crew KIA.
24642 (498th BG) collided with enemy Ki-45 fighter over Tokyo, Japan Dec 27, 1944, causing it to leave 
formation, at which it was attacked by 20-30 fighters.  Last seen descending at steep angle.  MACR 10850.
8 crew KIA, 3 bailed out and became POW.
24644 (499th BG, 878th BS) crashed at Kitasawara Chiba, Japan Apr 13, 1945 while on mission to arsenal
in Tokyo.  MACR 14237.  6 crew KIA, 5 bailed out and became POW.  
24645 (498th BG) no. 1 engine caught fire, another failed, bomb
bay doors would not close Nov 8, 1944.  2 crew members rescued.  MACR 10004
24646 shot down Nov 10, 1943.
24647 (499th BG, 878th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Jan 14, 1945 while on mission to Mitsubshi
aircraft Plant at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 11222.  5 crew killed, 6 survived and were rescued.
24649 (498th BG, 875th BS) no 1 engine out due to battle damage, ran out of
fuel during approach to Saipan Dec 18, 1944 and crashed at Isley Field, Sappan.  No fatalities, but
aircraft was destroyed.
24650 (499th BG) lost Apr 2, 1945.  MACR 13768
24654 (498th BG, 874th BS0 destroyed on ground at Isley Field, Saipan by enemy raid Dec 25, 1944.  
24655 (497th BG, 871st BS) rammed by Ki-61 over Tokyo, Japan Jan 9, 1945 and crashed in Pacific
Ocean.  MACR 11220.  All 11 crew KIA.
24656 (500th BG, 881st BS) rammed by Ki-45 over Matsudo Chiba, Japan Dec 3, 1944 while on mission to
Nakajima aicraft factor at Ota near Tokyo.  MACR 10458.  3 crew KIA, 8 bailed out and became POW.
24657 (500th BG, 883rd BG) ditched in Pacific Ocean Jan 9, 1945 while on mission to Musashino aircraft
factor near Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 10903.  All 11 crew killed.  Also MACR 10656 Dec 13, 1944, but aircraft
was not lost on this mission.
24658 (499th BG, 877th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Jan 9, 1945 while on mission to Musashino aircraft
factory near Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 10911.  All 11 crew killed.
24659 (499th BG, 877th BS) destroyed on ground at Isley Field, Saipan during Japanese attack Nov 27, 1944.
24660 (500th BG, 883rd BS) ditched in Pacific ocean Jan 3, 1945 while returning from mission to Nagova,
Japan.  MACR 10899.  All 11 crew killed.
24662 (500th BG, 881st BS) rammed by Ki-46 over Hachijo Island Nov 27, 1944 while returning from mission
to Musashino aircraft factory near Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 10585.  All 12 crew KIA.
24664 (500th BG, 882nd BS) crashlanded on Iwo Jima Apr 15, 1945 while returning from mission to Tokyo, Japan.
All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
24665 (499th BG, 877th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Jan 9, 1945 while om mission to Musashino aircraft factory
near Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 10904.  All 11 crew killed.
24666 (499th BG, 878th BS) lost in Pacific Ocean Dec 18, 1944 while on mission to Mitsubishi aircraft factory
at Nagoya, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
42-24670 ... 42-24769
Boeing B-29-45-BW Superfortress
MSN 4331/4430
24674 (499th BG, 878th BS) shot down by Ki-46 over Chiba, Japan Apr 7, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima
aircraft factory at Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 13625.  7 crew KIA, 4 bailed out and became POW.
24675 (883rd BS, 500th BG, 73rd BS) heavy damage by flak Apr 7, 1945 on mission to Musashino near Tokyo.
Reclaimed Spokane Oct 1946.
24676 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 5, 1951
24677 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 2, 1951
24678 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crew bailed out near Singapore due to AAA damage Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12870
24679 (499th BG, 879th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Nov 24, 1944 while returning from a mission on
Musashino aircraft factory near Tokyo, Japan.  All 11 crew survived and were rescued.
24680 arrived on Saipan Nov 1944 with 881st BS. Attacked by by fighters
during raid on Tokyo Dec 3, 1944, returned to base heavily damaged.
Repaired and returned to service.  Renamed "Belle Ruth".  To reclamation/scrap at Robbins AFB, TX Apr 24, 1951
24681 (498th BG, 874th BS0 shot down by A6M3 near Tokyo, Japan Dec 3, 1944 while on mission to Musashino 
aircraft factory near Tokyo, Japan.  All 11 crew KIA. 
24682 (499th BG, 877th BS) in landing accident at Isley Field, Saipan Jan 27, 1945 due to flak damage on right
wing on mission to Musashino and Nakajima aircraft plants at Tokyo, Japan.  All crew survived, but
aircraft was DBR.
24683 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 2, 1951
24684 (499th BG, 877th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Dec 22, 1944 while on mission to Mitsubishi aircraft
factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10889.  All 12 crew killed.
24685 (40th BG, 44th BS) in landing accident at West Field, Tinian Aug 8, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
24686 (500th BG, 882nd BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Dec 29, 1944.  All 11 crew were rescued.
24687 (500th BG, 882nd BX) ditched off coast of Japan Dec 13, 1944 while on mission to Mitsubishi aircraft
factory at Nagoya, Japan due to engine failure.  MACR 10659.  All 11 crew killed.
24688 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 2, 1951
24691 to reclamation/scrap at Hill AFB, UT Apr 9, 1951
24692 (500th BG, 881st BS) collided with Japanese Ki-45 fighter March 17, 1945 and crashed at 
Nishihara Yamanashi, Japan while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 12500.  9 crew KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW.
24693 (499th BG, 878th BS) destroyed on ground during Japanese raid on Isley Field, Saipan Dec 7, 1944.
24694 (500th BG, 881st BS0 ditched near Saipan Feb 27, 1945 while on mission to mine the Johore Strait.
2 crew killed, 9 rescued.
24695 declared war weary and returned to USA Aug 18, 1945.
24698 (499th BG, 877th BS) shot down by AAA over Kyushu, Japan Apr 27, 1945.  MACR 14334.  1 crewman killed, 10 
survived and were rescued.
24699 (499th BG, 877th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Apr 28, 1945.  MACR 14332.  10 crew killed, one rescued.
24703 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crashlanded on Iwo Jima Jun 5, 1945 while returning from mission to Kobe, Japan
All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
24704 (468th BG) crashed Malaya due to combat damage Jan 11, 1945.  MACR 10879
24705 seen burned out in a photo on Ebay.  Details?
24706 (468th BG, 794th BS) lost during practice bombing mission due to engine
fire near Halliday Island Nov 28, 1944.   MACR 10043
24707 (382nd BG, 420th BS) in landing accident at Batista Field, Cuba May 2, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft
was badly damaged.
24708 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 2, 1951
24709 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 2, 1951
24711 (462nd BG, 769th BS) crashed on takeoff at Tinian Island Aug 8, 1945.  All crew survived but aicraft destroyed.
24712 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 2, 1951
24713 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AFB, TX Apr 2, 1951
24715 (468th BG, 794th BS) rammed by enemy Ki-27 fighter over Mukden, Manchuria Dec 19, 1944.  MACR 10592.
10 crew KIA, 1 bailed out and became POW.
24716 to reclamation/scrap at Hill AFB, UT Apr 9, 1951
24717 (497th BG, 869th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Jul 19, 1945 while on mission to Hitachi, Japan.
6 crew killed, 5 rescued. 
24718 in landing accident at Kartoum Airfield, Sudan Dec 3, 1944.  All crew survived.  Not known if aircraft was
repaired.
24719 to reclamation/scrap at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Apr 16, 1951
24721 (500th BG, 883rd BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean May 8, 1945.  MACR 12936.  6 crew killed, 6 crew rescued.
24723 (444th BG, 676th BS) crashed at Tinian due to flak damage May 26, 1945 while returning from
mission to Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 14516.  All 11 crew bailed but one was killed.
24724 (444th BG) MIA May 25, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14494
24726 (40th BG, 25th BS) exploded in midair over Rangoon, Burma Dec 14, 1944 when mixed bombs exploded while
on mission to Bangkok, Thailand.  MACR 10401.  All 11 crew killed.
24727 (498th BG) ditched due to engine failure 3/31/1945.  All
crew except one rescued.  MACR 14233
24728 (462nd BG, 769th BS0 in takeoff accident at Luliang Airfield, Yunnan, China Apr 28, 1945.  All crew survivedl
Not known if aircraft was repaired.
24733 (497th BG, 870th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Dec 22, 1944 while returning from mission to Mitsubishi
aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10902.  6 crew killed, 5 rescued.
24735 (498th BG, 873rd BS) shot down by J2M3 over Tokyo Bay Dec 3, 1944 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft
factory at Ota near Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 10454.  All 11 crew KIA.
24736 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed during wheels-up belly landing Feb 1, 1945. All crew survived.  
Not known if aicraft was repaired.
24740 in taxiing accident at Accra, British West Africa Nov 27, 1944 while on ferry flight.  All crew survived,
not known if aircraft was repaired.
24741 (497th BG, 869th BS) suffered #1 engine fire enroute to Osaka, causing #2 to backfire and lose power.
Unable to maintain altitude while returning to Saipan and crew bailed out in the dark near a
Navy convoy Jun 1, 1945.  MACR 14595.  2 crew killed, 9 survived.
24742 (498th BG) crashed into sea after being rammed by enemy
fighters  Jun 5, 1945.  Four crew members rescued.  MACR 14858
24744 (500th BG, 881st BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Jan 10, 1945.  All 11 crew survived.
24745 (497th BG, 870th BS) destroyed on ground at Isley Field, Saipan during Japanese attack Dec 7, 1944.
24748 (498th BG, 875th BS) crashed and burned on Anatahan Island, Marianas Jan 3, 1945 while returning
from mission to Nagova, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.  MACR 10853
24751 (498th BG) MIA May 24, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14487
24753 (499th BG) lost Mar 11, 1945.  MACR 12989
24754 (499th BG, 878th BS) shot down by Ki-61 and crashed at Minami-Kuhouji near Higashi-Ku, Osaka,
Japan while on mission to Osaka Mar 13, 1945.  MACR 13017.  All 9 crew KIA
24759 (6th BG, 24th BS) lost over Japan May 23, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  1 crew killed, 10 bailed out
and became POW.
24760 (498th BG, 875th BS) ran out of fuel and ditched in Pacific Feb 10, 1945 while returning from mission
to Nakajima aircraft plant at Ota, Japan.  MACR 12053.  All 11 crew killed.
24762 (500th BG, 881st BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Dec 18, 1944 while on mission to Mitsubishi to Mitsubishi
aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10658.  4 crew killed, 7 rescued.
24763 (498th BG) ditched Jan 14, 1945 SW Pacific for unknown reason.  MACR 11219
24766 (500th BG) rammed by enemy Ki-61 fighter Jan 3, 1945 over Akazaki, near Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10905
10 crew killed, 1 bailed out and became POW.
24767 (498th BG, 873rd BS) rammed by Ki-45 fighter over Funabashi Chiba, Japan Jan 27, 1945 while on
mission to Musashiho and Nakajima aircraft plants at Tokyo, and ditched 100 mi N of Iwo Jima Jan 27, 1945.  
MACR 11621.  All crew killed.
24769 (499th BG, 878th BS) shot down by Ki-45 nedar Konoike, Japan Jan 27, 1945 while on mission to Musashiho and 
Nakajima aircraft factories at Tokyo.  MACR 11555.  4 crew killed, 7 bailed out of which 2 killed on ground
and 5 became POW.
42-24770 ... 42-24869
Boeing B-29-50-BW Superfortress
MSN 4431/4530
24772 (497th BG, 869th BS) rammed by Ki-61 west of Tokyo Jan 9, 1945 and crashed in a field.  MACR 10907.
All 11 crew KIA.
24773 (499th BG, 878th BS) lost in Nagoya raid Dec 18, 1944.  MACR 10654.  All 11 crew killed.
24774 (497th BG, 870th BS) MIA Jul 3, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14923 
24776 (MSN 4437) named "White Mistress"
24777 (MSN 4438, 873rd BS, 498th BG) ditched Feb 27, 1945 after #3 prop came off and struck fuselage, cutting
control cables.  Nine crew members rescued, 4 lost.  MACR 12777
24779 (504th BG, 412st BS) lost in Pacific Ocean while on mission to Hitachi aircraft factor at Tachikawa, 
Japan Apr 24, 1945.  MACR 15886.  All 11 crew killed.
24780 (504th BG, "Doc's Deadly Dose")
24781 (483rd BS, 505th BG) lost from unknown cause at Tinian Island, Mariana Jan 6, 1945.  MACR 16171.  Fate of crew unknown.
24782 (499th BG, 879th BS) in landing accident at Kwajalein Atoll Dec 23, 1944.  All crew survived.  Not known
if aircraft was repaired.
24783 (6th BG, 40th BS) crashlanded at North Field on Tinian Jul 22, 1945. All crew survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
24784 (505th BG, 483rd BS) collided with B-29 42-24815 in midair and crashed at Takashima Vilage Gunma,
Japan Feb 10, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft factory at Ota, Japan.  MACR 12053.  All 12
crew killed.
24785 (500th BG, 882nd BS) shot down by Ki-61 over Hamamatsu, Japan Jan 23, 1945 while on mission to Mitsubishi
aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 11386.  Crashed into Pacific Ocean, all 11 crew killed.
24786 (462nd BG, 770th BS) in taxiing accident at West Field, Tinian Jul 23, 1945.  Believed collided with 
B-29 42-63473.  All crew survived, not known if aircraft was repaired. 
24787 (505th BG) lost Feb 10, 1945.  MACR 12054
24789 (9th BG, 99th BS) in takeoff accident at North Field, Tinian Mar 30, 1945.  All crew survived, but
aircraft was destroyed by fire.
24790 (504th BG, 398th BS) ditched 275 mi N of Tinian due to battle damage Feb 10, 1945  while returning from
mission to Nakajima aircraft factory at Ota, Japan.  MACR 12451. All 11 crew killed.
24791 after storage at NAS China Lake, CA, nose was acquired by
USAFM and grafted onto museum building at Beale AFB, CA
in 1986.  Nose noted in 1996 in storage area of Museum of 
Flight, Seattle, WA.
24793 (505th BG, 482nd BS) ditched off Iwo Jima May 14, 1945 after ran out of fuel while 
returning from mission to Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14429.  5 crew killed, 6 were rescued by Navy PBY.
24796 (9th BG, 5th BS) in takeoff accident at North Field on Tinian Apr 3, 1945.  All crew survived, but
aircraft DBR.
24797 (505th BG, 484th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Mar 19, 1945 while on mission to Nagoya,
Japan.  MACR 13694.  All 11 crew rescued by US Navy destroyeer USS Gatling (DD-671)
24800 (462nd BG, 769th BS) in takeoff accident at West Field, Tinian Jun 15, 1945.  All crew survived, but
aircraft was destroyed by fire.
24801 (462nd BG, 770th BS) crashed near West Field, Tinian due to engine failure May 16, 1945.  All 11 crew
bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
24803 to F-13
24804 (40th BG, 44th BS) shot down by enemy figher over Bay of Bengal Feb 26, 1945 while on photo mission
to Singapore.  MACR 14248.  5 crew killed, 9 bailed out and were rescued (5 by RAF Catalina, 4 by British
submarine HMS Seadog P216
24805 to F-13
24807 (497th BG, 870th BS) lost from unknown cause SW Pacific Jan 14, 1945 while on mission to Mitsubishi aircraft
factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 11223.  All 11 crew killed.
24808 (497th BG, 871st BS) collided with B-29 42-63431 in midair over Pacific Feb 25, 1945. and creashed into ocean
while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 12721.  All 11 crew killed.
24809 (505th BG, 482nd BS) shot down by AAA Jun 5, 1945 while on mission to Kobe, Japan.  MACR 14603.
5 crew KIA, 6 bailed out and became POW.  2 crew were executed at Osaka, Japan Jul 20, 1945 and 4 died
in captivity of disease.
24810 to F-13
24811 to F-13.  With 3rd PRS, damaged in takeoff accident at
Harmon Field, Guam Nov 21, 1945
24813 to F-13
24815 (505th BG, 483rd BS) collided in midari with B-29 42-24784 Feb 10, 1945 and crashed at Takashima Village,
Gunma, Japan while on mission to Nakajima aircraft factory at Ota, Japan.  MACR 12018.  All 11 crew killed.
24816 to F-13.  With (11th PRG, 3rd PRS crashlanded and w/o at
Harmon Field, Guam Jun 8, 1945.
24817 to F-13
24819 to F-13.  to reclamation/scrap at Kelly AFB, TX Mar 21, 1951
24821 to F-13.  (504th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan Apr 15, 1945.  
MACR 14280.  All 11 crew killed.
24826 (505th BG, 483rd BS) lost from unknown cause over Japan while on mission to Tokyo May 26, 1945, Pacific.  
MACR 14513.  8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and were rescued.
24828 to F-13.  (505th BG, 584th BS) lost from unknown cause May 26, 1945, Japan.  MACR 14514.  All 12 crew killed.
24830 (6th BG, 313th BW, 'Irish Lullaby')
24833 to F-13.  With 11th PRG, 3rd PRS crashlanded and w/o at Saipan
Feb 4, 1945.
24839 (505th BG, 483rd BS) in taxiing accident Jul 6, 1945 at North Field, Tinian due to mechanical failure.
All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
24840 (9th BG, 1st BS) crashed 380 miles from Iwo Jima Apr 28, 1945 while returning from mission to Japan.  MACR 14532.
All 11 crew bailed out, but their fate is unknown.
24842 (6th BG, 39th BS) crashed into Pacific Ocean Feb 12, 1945 due to engine fire while on mission searching
for enemy shipping.  MACR 12049.  All 12 crew killed.
24843 (505th BG) lost Feb 10, 1945.  MACR 12017
24849 (500th BG, 881st BS, 'St Bernard") crashed Mar 17, 1945 when it was rammed
by Japanese Ki-61 Tony fighter over Kobe, Japan.  MACR 13079.  9 crew killed.
2 crew members bailed out an survived, only to be executed by the Japanese Jul 18, 1945.
24851 (504th BG, 421st BS) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at North Field, Tinian Apr 12, 1945.
All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
24853 (9th BG) crashed at Iwo Jima Apr 24, 1945 while returning from mission to Hitachi aircraft factor at Tachikawa,
Japan.  Fate of crew unknown.
24855 (792nd BS, 468th BG) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Jul 13, 1945.  MACR 15419.  Fate of crew unknown.
24857 (497th BG) lost Feb 19, 1945.  MACR 12486
24858 (468th BG) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jul 12, 1945 while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan
Jul 12, 1945.  2 crew killed, 9 survived and were rescued.
24864 (504th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause near Japan Apr 1, 1945, while on mission to sow mines at 
Kure Harbor.  MACR 13462.  8 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
24867 (505th BG, 484th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Feb 10, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft
factory at Ota, Japan.  MACR 12150.  Fate of crew unknown.
24868 (6th BG, 39th BS) exploded over Tokyo at unknown date.  All 11 crew killed.
42-24870 ... 42-24919
Boeing B-29-55-BW Superfortress
MSN 4531/4580
24870 to F-13.  (6th BG) lost May 23, 1945.  MACR 14481
24871 to F-13
24873 (19th BG0 ditched 80 mi offshore of Japan May 3, 1945 due to flak damage while on mission to sow mines
in Shimonoseki Strait, Japan.  5 crew killed, 6 rescued by US Navy submarine.
24875 (9th BG) ditched in Pacific Ocean Mar 10, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  All 11 crew survived and were
rescued.
24877 to F-13.  Reclaimed Warner-Robbins Apr 25, 1949.
24880 to F-13
24881 to F-13
24882 (504th BG, 421st BS) shot down by Japanese fighter and crashed at Nagashima Mie, Japan Jul 22, 1945 while on 
mission to Kawasaki aircraft factory at Kagamihara, Japan.  MACR 14907.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and
became POW.  All executed Jul 14, 1945.
24883 (19th BG, 28th BS) lost from unknown cause May 3, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14356.  Fate of crew unknown.
24889 to F-13.  With 6th BG, 24th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Apr 22, 1945.  All crew survived, but
aircraft was destroyed.
24891 (444th BG, 676th BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific ocean Aug 8, 1945 while on mission to
Jukuyama, Japan.
24894 (332nd BG) lost Oct 13, 1944, Japan.   MACR 9085.  Also listed as lost May 29, 1945 with 40th BG, 44th BS
when rammmed by Ki-45 over Shizouka, Japan, MACR 14543.  9 crew KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW.  Both
executed Jun 28, 1945.
24903 (19th BG, 93rd BS) shot down by AAA on mission to Kawasaki, Japan Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14273
24904 (468th BG) lost Jan 11, 1945, China.
24913 (9th BG, 1st BS, "Thunderin' Loretta") crashed on takeoff at North Field, Tinian May 20 1945.  10 killed, 
1 survived.  Damaged 7 other parked B-29s (44-69841, 42-63506, 42-93992, 44-69844, 44-69972, 42-63504, 
and 44-69859)
24914 (40th BG, 25th BS) crashed on takeoff at West Field, Tinian Jul 3, 1945.  Crew survived but aircraft
was destroyed.
24916 (6th BG, 40th BS) lost from unknown cause over Shimonoseki Straits, Japan Mar 27, 1945 while on
mission to sow mines.  MACR 13465.  All 11 crew bailed out and became POW.
24918 (504th BG, 680th BS) hit by AAA over Shimonoseki Straits, Japan Jul 27, 1945 while on mission to mine the Shimonoseki
Strait and ditched 50 mi S of Shikoku, Japan. MACR 14796.  5 crew killed, 6 were rescued by US Navy submarine USS 
Whale SS-239.
42-63352 ... 42-63365
Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
63352 (462nd BG, 771st BS) w/o when crew bailed out after running
out of fuel near Netrogoana, India May 24, 1944
63353 was 315th BW, "Jug Hound Jalopy" then 58th BW, 468th BG, 792nd
BS "The Juke Box".  WFU and stored Jan 15, 1945 as war weary.
63354 (468th BG, 793rd BS) wfu and stored as war weary
63355 (468th BG, 793rd BS, "Bella Bortion") enemy fighter tried to
ram the plane and hit #1 prop on mission to Mudken,
Manchuria.  WFU and stored Jul 12, 1944 as war weary
63356 (468th BG, 793rd BS) delivered to USAAF Feb 13, 1944.  
Departed Smoky Hill AFB Apr 15, 1944 for India and arrive
May 4, 1944.  As the "Georgia Peach", later renamed
"Lassie" and "Valkyrie Queen".  Returned to USA as
war weary Dec 11, 1944 and assigned to Roswell.  Scrapped
as surplus at Pyote, TX Dec 21, 1949.
63357 (468th BG, 795th BS) w/o Apr 21, 1944 in crashlanding in
sandstorm 2 1/2 mi NE of Karachi, India (now Pakistan)
63360 (444th BG, 678th BS, "Slow Freight" later "Trojan Spirit")
Returned to USA as war weary Jan 1945.
63361 (CCTS, 236th BU) damaged by weather while parked at Pyote
AAF, TX Aug 26, 1944.
63362 (58th W, 462nd BG, 770th BS, "Hull's Angel")
63363 (40th BG, 395th BS, "Marietta Misfit") shot down Dec 7, 1944
while bombing Manchuria Airplane Manufacturing Company and
an adjacent arsenal at Mukden, China.  MACR 10024.
Crew bailed out near Sian, China.  11 rescued by Red Chinese.
63364 while assigned to 234th AAFBU at Clovis AAF, NM had several
accidents due to mechanical failures, Dec 12, 1944 at
Alamogordo Gunnery Range, Jan 31, 1945 at Clovis AAF, TX,
and Feb 19, 1945 at Kirtland Field, NM
42-63366 ... 42-63381
Bell-Atlanta B-29-5-BA Superfortress
63366 (236th CCR) damaged at Pyote AAF, TX when it had a mechanical
failure Feb 10, 1945.
63367 (1st VHBS, 9th BHBG) w/o when crew bailed out Dec 11, 1944
16 mi W of Pratt, KS
63368 (875th BS, 498th BG) damaged in landing accident at
Wichita MAP, KS Jun 7, 1944.
63369 (236th CCTS) damaged in landing accident Jan 7, 1945.
63370 (CCTS, 234th BU) damaged while parked in a ground accident
at Clovis AAF, NM Oct 9, 1944.
63373 (482nd BS, 505th BG) w/o Oct 24, 1944 when crashed after
belly landing due to engine failure and was consumed by
fire 3/4 mi S of Harvard AAF, NE.
63374 (5th BW, "Tabooma II") participated in Jan 11, 1945
Mission 27 raid on Singapore Kings Drydock from Calcutta,
and the Jan 14, 1945 Mission 28 raid on Kagi Air Base,
Formosa
63375 in ground accident Jul 2, 1944 while assigned to Material
section of the Marietta Aircraft Assembly Plant, Marietta, GA.
Rebuilt and assigned to 5th BW named "Her Majesty" and
participated in Jan 11, 1945 Mission 27 raid on Singapore
Kings drydock from Calcutta.
63376 in taxi accident at Kano, Nigeria Nov 21, 1944.  Assigned
to 58th BW, later named "Miss NC"  Participated in Jan 6, 1945
Mission 24 raid on Bangkok from Chengtu, China.  Returned
to USA as war weary Feb 1945.
63378 (444th BG, "Fubar") participated in Jan 11, 1945 Mission 27
raid on Singapore Aerodrome from Calcutta.  Nater named
"Lil Herbert".  Returned to USA as war weary Feb 1945.
63380 (CCTS, 236th BU) damaged by weather Aug 25, 1944 at Pyote AAF,
TX, again damaged in taxi accident Mar 4, 1945.  Assigned to 98th
BG, named "Spittin Kitten"
42-63382 ... 42-63401
Bell-Atlanta B-29-10-BA Superfortress
63382 (39th BG, 62nd BS) crashed 3 3/4 mi WSW of Havana, Cuba Feb 10, 1945 while on ferry flight.
Not known if aircraft was repaired.
63383 (236th CCTS) damaged in takeoff accident after engine failure
Dec 1, 1944.
63384 damaged when crashed on landing in Puerto Rico Jan 27, 1945 while on ferry flight.  Unknown if aircraft
was repaired.
63385 converted to TB-29, assigned to 241st AAFBU at Fairmont AAF,
Nebraska damaged while parked when another B-29 (42-24557) had
a taxi accident Mar 4, 1945 with it at Ramey AFB, PR.
63386 assigned to 58th BW, named "Globe Girdle Myrtle"
63387 (241 CCTS, Fairmont AAF, NE) had a forced landing due to
mechanical failure accident 5 mi NW of Geneva AAF, NB
Jan 9, 1945
63388 (232st CCTDS at Alamogordo AAF, NM) dmmaged in landing
accident with mechanical failure Dec 31, 1944.
63391 (41st BS, 501st BG at Harvard AAF) suffered landing accident
Mar 4, 1945 NE of Harvard AAF (also reported Mar 10, 1945
in LA
63393 (58th BW, 462nd BG, 768th BS, "Rushin Rotation" later
"Rush Order") participated in Jan 11, 1945 mission 27
raid against the Singapore Kings Drydock from Calcutta.
63394 (58th BW, 40th BG at Chengtu "Last Resort") participated
in Jan 11, 1945 Mission 27 raid against Singapore Kings
Drydock from Calcutta.  Assigned to 44th BS, w/o Jan 14, 5945
when bombs and fire from 42-24582 destroyed it on the
ground at Chakulia, India
63395 (468th BG, 792nd BS) suffered landing accident Dec 7, 1944
in China.
63396 (58th BW, "Marietta Belle") participated in Jan 6, 1945
Mission 24 raid against Bangkok, in Mission 25 raid Jan 9,1945
against Omura, Japan, Mission 42 Mar 12, 1945 against 
Singapore oil storage area.  To 40th BG ("Pretty Baby aka
Marietta Belle".  Crashed Tinian and ran off runway Jun 19, 
1945 after brakes failed.  Aircraft was surveyed.
63397 (236th AAFBU) damaged in landing accident with mechanical
faiure Mar 21, 1945.
63398 (243rd AAFBU) in takeoff accident at Great Bend AAF, KS
Dec 6, 1944
63399 (231st BU, CCTS) damaged in forced landing Sep 5, 1944 due
to engine failure at Alamogordo AAB, NM.  Repaired, assigned
to 58th BW, 444th BG, 676th BS, named "Lady Marge #2"
63400 (236th CCTS, 16th BOTW) had weather-related ground accident
Aug 26, 1944 at Pyote AAF, TX.  Damaged in landing accident
after engine failure at Batista Field, Cuba Feb 9, 1945.
42-63402 ... 42-63451
Bell-Atlanta B-29-15-BA Superfortress
63406 (19th BS, 314th BG) ditched from unknown cause Apr 7, 1945 5 mi NW of Aercibo, Puerto Rico.  MACR 10849
63410 (502nd BG, 411th BS) lost from unknown cause near Cape Hatian, Haiti Jan 13, 1945, Atlantic.  MACR 10856
63411 (444th BG, 677th BS, "Duchess") returned to USA as war weary Jun 13, 1945.
63412 (497th BG, 870th BS, "Peace On Earth") ditched during Tokyo mission Mar 4, 1945.  MACR 12912.  9 survivors, 2 lost
63413 (497th BG, 871st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Dec 18, 1944 while on mission to
Mitsubishi aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10657.  All 11 crew killed.
63414 (497th BG, 871st BAS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Oceah while on mission to Kochi, Japan.
All crew survived and were rescued.
63416 (498th BG, 875th BS) engine caught fire May 5, 1945 and crashed into sea 5 
miles off Saipan.  7 crew killed, 4 crew survived and were rescued.  MACR 14366
63418 (497th BG, 871st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jan 3, 1945 while returning
from mission to Nagova, Japan.  MACR 10901.  6 crew killed, 5 crew survived and were rescued.
63419 (444th BG) lost Aug 11, 1944, China.  MACR 9684
63420 (40th BG, 25th BS, "Rankless Wreck") hit by cannon fire from Japanese fighters near Kobe, able to
limp to Iwo Jima, crashlanded while on fire Jun 5, 1945.  No injuries to crew.  Scrapped in place.
63422 (444th BG, 667th BS, "Little Mike") survived the war, declared war weary Nov 30, 1945.
63423 (497th BG, 870th BS, 'Werewolf') shot down Jan 27, 1945 and crashed
near Shbazoe-Dogenji, Fujinomiya City, Japan.  MACR 11620.  4 crew killed in
crash, 4 thrown from plane or bailed out and chutes never opened, 4 survived
and 1 died from poor care at a military hospital, 3 other died in a fire
in a Japanese Prison May 26, 1945.
63426 (497th BG, 871st BS) crashed while landing at Tinian Dec 3, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63427 (497th BG) lost Feb 26, 1945.  MACR 12763
63428 (498th BG, 873rd BS) strafed and burned on ground in enemy raid on Isley Field, Saipan Nov 27, 1944.
63430 (498th BG) damaged 12/13/1944.  Ditched, but no crew 
members rescued.  MACR 19655
63431 (497th BG, 871st BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-24808 Feb 25, 1945 over Pacific Ocean and
crashed into ocean.  MACR 12722.  All 11 crew killed.
63432 (498th BG) damaged by enemy action Dec 3, 1944 and ditched.  10 crew
members rescued.  MACR 10692
63433 w/o Sep 28 1944 in USA
63438 (499th BG, 879th BS) destroyed on ground at Isley Field, Saipan Nov 27, 1944 during Japanese attack. 
63439 (499th BG, 879th BS) ditched from unknown case in Magicienne Bay, SW of Saipan Dec 13, 1944 while
returning from mission to Mitsubishi aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10644.  All 11 crew killed.
63440 (499th BG, 877th BS) lost in Pacific Ocean Jun 4, 1945 while on test flight.  All crew survived.
63445 (468th BG) in landing accident at West Field, Tinian May 24, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was
destroyed.
63447 (499th BG, 879th BS) ditched from unknown cause 85 mi N of Saipan Dec 13, 1944 while returning from 
mission to Mitsubishi aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  All 11 crew survived and were rescued by US
Navy destroyer.
63451 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed near Yoshizu Village Kagawa, Japan due to engine fire Jun 5, 1945.  MACR 14606.
1 crew kiled, 10 bailed out and became POW.  One died of his wounds, 9 executed Jun 28, 1945.
42-63452 ... 42-63501
Bell-Atlanta B-29-20-BA Superfortress
63452 (462nd BG, 770th BS) crashed at Lasho Kew, China Dec 19, 1944 after ran out of fuel.  Crew bailed out and
survived but aircraft was destroyed. 
63458 (44rth BG, 676th BS) crashed from unknown cause Dec 24, 1944 at Dudhkundi Air field, West Bengal, India.
8 crew killed, 4 survived.
63460 (468th BG, 793rd BS) DBR in ground accident at Kharagpur airfield, India while parked Dec 24, 1944.
63461 (497th BG, 870th BS0 shot down by A6M3 near Tokyo, Japan Dec 3, 1944 while on mission to Musashino
aircraft factory near Tokyo.  All 11 crew KIA.
63462 (40th BG, 44th BS0 broke into two on landing at West Field, Tinian May 3, 1945 while returning from mission
to Japan.  All crew survived but aircraft was destroyed.
63463 (73rd BW, 497th BG, 869th BS, "Skyscrapper II") heavily damaged while parked on hardstand by
collision with B-29 42-63489 Feb 19, 1945.  Aircraft surveyed.
63468 (498th BG, 873re BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Feb 10, 1945 while on mission to Nakafima aircraft factor
near Ota, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
63470 w/o Nov 16, 1944 near Teakio, Missouri
63473 (462nd BG, 770th BS) in taxiing accident (may have collided with B-29 42-24786) at West Field, Tinian
Jul 23, 1945.  All crew survived, not known if aircraft was repaired.
63479 w/o Feb 24, 1945 Kharagpur, India
63481 suffered mechanical failure 200 mi E of NAS Honolulu, Hawaii Jan 16, 1945 while on ferry flight.  Was
able to land. Fate of aircraft unknown.
63482 (505th BG, 484th BS) ditched in Pacific Mar 9, 1945.  All crew survived.
63483 (499th BG, 877th BS) ditched from unknown cause off coast of Japan Apr 24, 1945 while on mission to
Hitachi aircraft factory at Tachikawa, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
63484 (505th BG, 484th BS) in takeoff accident at North Field, Tinian due to engine fialure May 19, 1945.  All crew
survived but aircraft was destroyed.
63486 (500th BG, 881st BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan May 24, 1945 and crashed into water off Tokyo.
10 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
63489 (73rd BW, 500st BG, 881st BS, "Holy Joe") hit by cannon fire over Tokyo, returned to Marianias and
broke apart on landing on Saipan Feb 19, 1945 and crashed into parked B-29 42-63463.  Both aircraft
w/o.
63493 (499th BG, 878th BS, *Star Duster*) shot down Mar 25, 1945, Nagakute-mura, Honshu, Japan. 
63494 (500th BG, 882nd BS) shot down by Ki-61 Feb 19, 1945 over Sendagaya Shibuya-Ku Tokyo, Japan while 
on mission to Tokyo.  9 crew KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW. 
63496 (444th BG, 677th BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-65270 off coast of Japan Jun 1, 1945 and crashed
into Pacific Ocean while on mission to Osaka, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
63498 (40th BG, 25th BS0 crashed 200 mi NW of Tinian due to engine failure May 24, 1945 while returning from
missin to Tokyo.  All ll crew bailed out, 1 drowned and 10 were rescued.
63499 (504th BG, 398th BS) ditched from unknown cause north of Marianas Feb 15, 1945 while on mission to Mitsubishi
aircraft engine works at Nagoya, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
63500 (468th BG, 792nd BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jun 3, 1945 while on mission to Takamatsu, Japan.
All 11 crew killed.
63501 (498th BG, 873rd BS0 rammed by Ki-61 over Machida Tokyo, Japan Jan 27, 1945 while on mission to Musashiho and 
Nakafima aircraft plants at Tokyo.  Crashed into Tokyo Bay.  All 11 crew KIA.
42-63502 ... 42-63551
Bell-Atlanta B-29-25-BA Superfortress
63504 damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945
by crashing B-29 42-24913.
63506 damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945
by crashing B-29 42-24913.
63508 (505th BG, 482nd BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific while on mission to Tokyo, Japan May 25, 1945.
All ll crew killed.
63509 (9th BG, 99th BS) shot down by AAA over SAhimonoseki Strait while on mine-sowing mission May 22, 1945.
7 crew killed, 3 survived and were rescued by US Navy submarine.
63510 (498th BG, 874th BS) damaged by enemy fire Apr 1, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft plant
at Tokyo, Japan.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.  To Guam Air Depot Apr 10, 1945.
63512 (9th BG, 5th BS) hit by AAA over Yawata, Japan Aug 8, 1945.  Able to fky out to coast of Japan where 
crew bailed out.  One killed in bail out, 10 survived and drifted for a week before captured and became POW.
63513 (499th BG) MIA May 26, 1945, Pacific.
63517 (505th BG, 482nd BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Apr 13, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  All 11 crew killed.
63519 (497th BG, 869th BS) ditched 15 mi from Iwo Jima Apr 18, 1945 while returning from mission to Tachiaria,
Japan.  8 crew were either killed or drowned, 3 rescued by US Navy.
63520 (505th BG, "Star Dust") based at North Field, Tinian.  Scrapped in 1950.
63521 (462nd BG, 769th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific while on mission to Tokyo, Japan May 25, 1945.  All 11
crew killed.
63526 (497th BG, 871st BS) shot down by flak Mar 24, 1945 near Nagoya, Japan
63528 w/o Jun 27, 1945 El Paso MAP, Texas.
63529 (468th BG, 794th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific while on mission to Tokyo, Japan May 26, 1945.  All 11
crew killed.
63531 (462nd BG, 768th BS) crashed on takeoff at Tinian Jul 9, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63536 (468th BG, 692nd BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific May 26,1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  All 11 crew killed.
63537 (444th BG, 676th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Kawasaki, Japn May 25, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.
9 crew KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW.
63538 (40th BG, 44th BS) lost from unknown cause over Tokyo, Japan May 26, 1945.  7 crew killed, 9 bailed out and
became POW.
63541 (497th BG, 871st BS) rammed by Ki-61 over Tamagawa, Japan Jan 27, 1945 while on mission to Musashiho and 
Nakajima aircraft plants at Tokyo.  Able to fly out to see and ditched 250 mi off Japan.  All crew survived the
ditching but died in a bad storm awaiting rescue.
63545 (9th BG, 5th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Ishigami Chiba, Japan Apr 15, 1945 while om mission to Kawasaki,
Japan.  MACR 14250.  8 crew killed 4 bailed out and became POW.  
63546 (9th BG, 99th BS) shot down by AAA near Oshibe, Japan Mar 16, 1945 while on mission to Kobe, Japan.   
All 11 crew KIA.
63548 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed on takeoff Dec 24, 1944, Dudhkundi airfield, West Bengal, India.  8 crew
killed, 3 survived.  Aircraft burned and was totally destroyed.
63549 (505 BG, 483 BS) lost over Usa airfield, Kyushu, Japan May 7, 1945 when
rammed by enemy Ki.45 twin-engined fighter.  All but 3 of the crew KIA.  3 crew
bailed out and became POW, and were all executed June 20, 1945
63551 (6th BG, 39th BS) in taxiing accident at North Field, Tinian May 26, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
42-63552 ... 42-63580
Bell-Atlanta B-29-30-BA Superfortress
63553 (6th BG, 40th BS0 ditched in Pacific Ocean Mar 13, 1945 from unknown cause.  All crew survived.
63557 (444th BG, 678th BS) in landing accident at West Field, Tinian May 3, 1945.  All crew survived. USAAF
accident report says aircraft was destroyed, but 444th web site says the plane survived the war and was
reclaimed at Harmon Sep 15, 1954.
63558 (6th BG) MIA May 25, 1945, Pacific.
63564 (29th BG, 52nd BS) crashed at Fubo Mountain Shichigashuku Village Miyagi, Japan while on mission to 
Tokyo Mar 10, 1945.  All 11 crew killed.
63567 (19th BG, 30th BS, "City of Providence") shot down by fighters Jun 10, 1945 while outbound from attack
on Nakajima plants at Ogikubu and Omiya north of Tokyo.  MACR 14614.
Six open parachutes and one unopened parachute observed before wing
separated from parachute observed.  2 crew rescued by Air Sea Rescue,
nine MIA.
63569 (19th BG, 28th BS) shot down by AAA over Saitama, Japan Mar 10, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  10 crew
KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW.
63571 (29th BG, 52nd BS) crashed on takeoff May 11, 1945 at North Field, Guam on mission to Kawanishi aircraft
plant at Kobe, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.  Aircraft was destroyed.
63577 (444th BG, 677th BS, "Round Robin Rosie") modified at Bell-Atlanta for use in suitability tests
of Tallboy hoisting, carrying and releasing.  Delivered to USAAF for testing Mar 23, 1945.
42-63581 ... 42-63621
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-30-BA Superfortress
63598 w/o Mar 5, 1945 in ground accident at Wright Field, Ohio.
63600 (501st BS, 21st BS, "Road Apple") shot down by AAA over 3 chome Fuse City, Osaka, Japan May 8, 1945.  10 crew killed,
one bailed out and became POW.  He was executed July 20, 1945.  MACR 14395.
63603 (16th BG, 16th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jul 12, 1945 while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan.
All 10 crew killed.
42-63622 ... 42-63691
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-35-BA Superfortress
63641 (501st BG, 21st BS) in taxiing accident at Agana NAS, Guam Jul 30, 1945.  All crew survived but aircraft was
badly damaged.  Not known if repaired.
63653 (16th BG, 16th BS) lost from unknown cause Jul 13, 1945, South Pacific, while on mission to the petroleum
complex at Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14913.  All 10 crew killed.
63676 (331st BG, 356th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 6, 1945.  All crew survived but aircraft
was damaged.  Aircraft believed to have been repaired.
63678 (315th BW, 502nd BG, 402nd BS "Maniuwa") shot won by AAA and crashed Kawasaki, Japan Jul 25, 1945.
MACR 14793.  10 KIA.
42-63692 ... 42-63736
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
63699 (16th BG, 16th BS) in landing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jun 29, 1945.  All crew survived but aircraft
was destroyed
63707 (16th BG, 17th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 1, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft damagaged.
Believed to have collided with B-29B 42-63734 while taxiing.  Not known if repaired.
63734 (16th BG, 17th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 1, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft damagaged.
Believed to have collided with B-29B 42-63707 while taxiing.  Not known if repaired.
42-63737 ... 42-63737
Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress
42-63738 ... 42-63743
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
42-63744 ... 42-63744
Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress
42-63745 ... 42-63749
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
63747 (502nd BG, 402nd BS) crashed and exploded after takeoff 1 mi E of Northwest Field, Guam Jul 9, 1945.  All 10
crew killed
42-63750 ... 42-63750
Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress
42-63751 ... 42-63751
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
42-64502 ... 42-64701
North American B-25C-20 Mitchell
MSN 96-16381/96-16580
64502/64506 to USN as PBJ-1C 34998/35002
64522  (310th BG, 381st BS) shot down by AAA 1.5 mi E of Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943.  6 KIA.  MACR 342.
64510 (379th BS, 310th BG) list Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 1102.  The MACR has the serial number wrong, as 42-6451, which
was a B-29
64531 converted to B-25G
64535 (340th BS(M), 340th BG(M)) shot down by AAA over Sicily Jul 31, 1943.  MACR 15461.  All crew killed.  
64540 (340th BG, 486th BS) shot down by AAA 
near Kalamaki, Greece Nov 17, 1943.  MACR 1826. 4 KIA, 1 POW,
1 evaded.
64550 (321st BG) lost Feb 19, 1944.  MACR 2477
64552 (321st BG) lost Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3507
64554 (310th BG, 428th BS) left wing broke off and plane crashed into sea 32 km W of
Paola, Italy Sep 7, 1943 while returning from mission to Trebisacce, Italy.  MACR 567.  Entire
crew of 6 lost.
64557 (321st BG) lost Jan 27, 1944.  MACR 2472
64558 converted to B-25G
64559 (321st BG) lost Apr 14, 1944.  MACR 4188
64561 converted to B-25G
64563 converted to B-25G.  With 42nd BG (M), 390th BS, shot down by AAA between Shortland Island and
Vella LaVella Oct 6, 1943 in Solomons. MACR 787. Entire crew rescued.
64569 converted to B-25G
64570 (42nd BG, 390th BS) shot down by AAA from area of Vunakanau
Airdrome, New Britain Jan 20, 1944.  MACR 1788.  All 6 crew KIA.
64571 (42nd BG) lost Oct 12, 1943.  MACR 1222
64579/64582 converted to B-25G
64579 (321st BG) lost Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1137
64583 (321st BG, 447th BS) crashlanded in water in Corsica May 4, 1944 after experiencing
runaway prop after takeoff from Solenzari field.  All crew
rescued.
64584/64587 converted to B-25G
64588 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
64589 (341st BG) lost Feb 6, 1944.  MACR 2317
64590 (321st BG, 445th BS) shot down by Maj Gustav-Siegfried Rodel inBf 109G-6 of JG 27/Stab over sea off
Greece and ditched 20 K=km S of Levadhia, Greece Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 1307.  3 KIA, 2 POW, 2 evaded.
64594 (310th BG, 381st BS) shot down by AAA and when tried to crashland struck trees and crashed near
Teggiano, Italy Sep 9, 1943.  MACR 643.  4 KIA, 1 POW.
64597 (310th BG, 379th BS) shot down by AAA at Montecorvino, Italy Jul 20, 1943. 4 KIA, 1 died of injuries. MACR 249. 
64598 (321st BG, 447th BS) shot down by AAA NW of Chieti, Italy Dec 2, 1943.  MACR 1619.  
64600 (321 BG, 447 BS, *Lady Luck*)
64602/64621 to USN as PBJ-1C 35003/35022
64622 to RAF as Mitchell III FV900.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64623 to RAF as Mitchell III FV901.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64624 to RAF as Mitchell III FV902.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64625 to RAF as Mitchell III FV903.  DBR during German air raid while parked at
Melsbroek, Belgium Jan 19, 1945
64626 to RAF as Mitchell III FV904.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64627 to RAF as Mitchell III FV905.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64628 to RAF as Mitchell III FV906.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64629 to RAF as Mitchell III FV907.  Wrecked when hit Ventura AE856 (direct purchase so no
USAAF or USN serial) on takeoff at Oulton, England Jun 6, 1943
64630 to RAF as Mitchell III FV908.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64631 to RAF as Mitchell III FV909.  SOC Aug 22, 1944
64632 to RAF as Mitchell III FV910.  Hit by flak near Abbeville, France and ditched Feb 25, 1944
64633 to RAF as Mitchell III FV911.  Control lost during single-engined flight, crashed 2 mi E of 
Little Snoring, England Oct 4, 1943.
64634 to RAF as Mitchell III FV912.  Shot down by flak, Matinvast Nov 26, 1943
64635 to RAF as Mitchell III FV913.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64636 to RAF as Mitchell III FV914.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64637 to RAF as Mitchell III FV915.  Flew into ground after takeoff at Swanton Morley,
England Apr 23, 1944
64638 to RAF as Mitchell III FV916.  SOC Feb 3, 1947
64639 to RAF as Mitchell III FV917.  Returned to USA Nov 7,1 945
64640 to RAF as Mitchell III FV918.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64641 to RAF as Mitchell III FV919.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
64649 converted to B-25G.  Lost with 321st BG 448th BS when crashed into
sea 60 mi NW of Cape Fortass, Tunisia Aug 10, 1943.  MACR 6144. 5 KIA, 1 rescued.
64651 (341st BG, 490th BS) lost Aug 12, 1943, China.  MACR 322
64654 converted to B-25G
64655 (321st BG, 448th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed 2 mi S of Attigliano, Italy Apr 17, 1944.  MACR 4193.
5 KIA, 1 POW, 1 evaded.
64657 (321st BG, 447th BS) shot down by AAA at Gerbini, Sicily Jul 5, 1943, Sicily.  MACR 71
5 KIA
64661 (321st BG, 448th BS) ditched in Adriatic 12 km W of Kryekuq, Albania
on return from raid on Albanian airfield Nov 12, 1943.  MACR 1602.  2 crew bailed
out over coast prior to ditching but one crew's chute failed
to open and he was killed.  The other was rescued 2 days
later.  The other 5 crewmembers entered a dinghy and were
rescued by Italian ASR shortly thereafter. 
64662 (10th BG) lost Mar 14, 1944.  MACR 3505
64664 (310th BG, 428th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/I 2 km W of Spezzano Albanese,
Italy Sep 8, 1943.  MACR 717.  3 KIA, 2 POW.
64668 converted to B-25G
64670/64675 converted to B-25G
64675 (321st BG, 445th BS) shot down by Fw Alfred Stuckler in Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/8
over sea off Greece and ditched 10 mi NW of Patras, Greece Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 927 and 1301.
8 POW.
64688 to RAF as Mitchell III FR172 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK - Wrecked when engine failed 
on takeoff and aircraft swung and undercarriage collapsed, Sherburn-in-Emlet, England Aug 31, 1943
64689 to RAF as Mitchell III FR173 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Netherlands AF Jul 22, 1947. 
64690 to RAF as Mitchell III FR174 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Hit by flak over Cherbourg
Oct 28, 1943 and DBR when crashlanded at Tarrant Rushton, England.
64691 to RAF as Mitchell III FR175 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Netherlands AF Jul 22, 1947.
64692 converted to B-25G
64693 converted to B-25G
64696/64701 converted to B-25G
42-65202 ... 42-65204
Martin-Omaha B-29-1-MO Superfortress
65202 (444th BG) collided in midair with 42-24507 Mar 25, 1945 near Calcutta, India and crashed
into Bay of Bengal.  MACR 13445.  Other plane landed safely.
65203 MIA South Atlantic Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 8525
65204 (444th BG, 677th BS) damaged during mission over Omura, Japan Nov 23, 1944, made emergency landing
near Ankana, China and collided on runway with B-29 42-6290.  4 crew, 7 survived.  Aircraft DBR.
42-65205 ... 42-65211
Martin-Omaha B-29-5-MO Superfortress
65205 to reclamation at Tinker May 10, 1949
65206 to reclamation at Pyote Sep 11, 1950
65207 to reclamation sep 11, 1950
65208 to reclamation at Tinker Mayh 15, 1946
65209 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65210 (498th BG, 874th BS) shot dwon by AAA and crashed at Nakashinden Yatomi-chi Nagoya, Japan 
during mission to Mitsubishi aircraft engine works at Nagoya, Japan Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13447.
All 11 crew killed.
65211 (498th BG, 875th BS) hit by flak on mission to Tokyo May 26, 1945.  Returned to Iwo Jima and
crew bailed out.  All rescued.
42-65212 ... 42-65219
Martin-Omaha B-29-10-MO Superfortress
65212 (498th BG, 875th BS) damaged on ground in raid 12/25/1944.  
Shot down by Ki-61 Apr 7, 1945 on raid on Tokyo.  Last seen 
going down in a spin.  MACR 13658.  10 crew KIA, 1 bailed out and became POW.
65213 (462nd BG, 770th BS) disintegrated in midair over Lashani, China Dec 7, 1944.  All 11 crew killed.
65214 to reclamation at Hill Field Sep 6, 1951
65215 to CL-26 Sep 28, 1944
65216 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
To reclamation at Pyote Sep 11,1950
65217 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Victorville, CA, with Silverplate modifications removed.
to reclamation at Pyote Sep 11, 1950.
65218 (500th BG, 883rd BS) MIA Nov 29, 1944 SW Pacific.   MACR 10449
65219 to reclamation at Tinker Mar 31, 1951
42-65220 ... 42-65235
Martin-Omaha B-29-15-MO Superfortress
65220 (499th BG, 878th BS) MIA Dec 27, 1944 in Pacific Ocean.  Fate of crew unknown.
65221 w/o Aug 6, 1945 Pacific??
65222 (499th BG, 877th BS) rammed by Ki-45 over Lake Kawaguchi Yamanishi, Japan Feb 19, 1945 and crashed
while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 12522.  All 11 crew KIA
65225 (40th BG, 25th BS) crashed on takeoff at Hsinching Airfield (A-1) Sichuan, China (forward staging
base) Dec 31, 1944 after 2 engines failed.  2 crw killed, 8 survived.  Aircraft destroyed.
65226 (444th BG, 677th BS) shot down by AAA over Singapore Jan 11, 1945.  MACR 10878.  6 crew KIA, 5 bailed out
2 captured and became POW, 3 evaded and were helped by friendly Chinese and were rescued by US Navy
submarine.
65228 (444th BG, 677th BS "Earthquate McGoon/ AS ANY FOOL KIN PLAINLY SEE") salvaged on Iwo 
Jima Jun 26, 1945.
65231 (497th BG, 871st BS) rammed by Ki-45 and crashed Apr 18, 1945 while on mission to Tachiaria, Japan.  MACR 14308.
All 11 crew KIA.
65232 to reclamation May 10, 1949 at Tinker.  Named "Missouri Queen"
65235 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
42-65236 ... 42-65263
Martin-Omaha B-29-20-MO Superfortress
65236 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed
65237 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65238 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65239 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65240 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65241 (504th BG 398th BS) crashed on Alamagan Island, Marianas due to engine fire Mar 24, 1945 while returning
from mission to Mitsubishi aircraft engine plant at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 13380.  All 10 crew killed.
65242 (504th BG) MIA Mar 16, 1945 on mission to Kobe.  MACR 14246
65244 to reclamation at Tinker May 20, 1943.
65246 (497th BG, 871st BS) rammed by Ki-61 Jan 27, 1945 over Tokyo while mission to Musashiho and Nakajima
aircraft plants at Tokyo.  Able to fly back to base.  All 11 crew survived, aircraft salvanged.
65248 (498th BG, 874th BS) hit by flak Jun 5, 1945 while on mission to Japan.  Landed at Iwo Jima.  All crew
survived, aircraft DBR and surveyed Jun 8, 1945.
65249 to reclamation Aug 28, 1950
65250 to reclamation Nov 197
65252 (20th BG) lost in combat Jun 5, 1945.
65253 (505th BG, 482nd BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 7, 1945 while on mission to Japan.  MACR 14716.
1 crewman killed, 10 survived and were rescued.
65254 (462nd BG, 768th BS) lost in action over Japan while on mission to Omura Apr 6, 1945.  MACR 11298.  All 11 crew killed.
65255 (505th BG, 483rd BS) crashed on takeoff at B-2 airfield in China Feb 10, 1945
65256 (499th BG, 878th BS) in taxiing accident at Isley Field, Saipan.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged,
not known if repaired.
65258 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65259 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65260 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65261 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65262 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Warner-Robbins Air Material Command Depot, GA, with 
Silverplate modifications removed.
65262 (444th BG, 678th BS) also reported as lost from unknown cause over Mukden, Manchuria 
Dec 7, 1944 while on mission to Manchuria airplane manufacturing company and adjacent arsenal at 
Mukden, Manchuria.  1 crewman killed and 11 bailed out and were rescued.
65263 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
To reclamation at Pyote Aug 20, 1950
42-65264 ... 42-65313
Martin-Omaha B-29-25-MO Superfortress
65264 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
65265 returned to US Apr 24, 1946
65266 (504th BG, 421st BS) lost from unknown cause over Japan May 24, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14483.  7 crew killed,
3 bailed out and became POW.
65267 (40th BG, 44th BS) ditched in Bay of Bengal Jan 22, 1945 while on photo flight over Saigon, Indochina.
2 crew drowned and 9 were rescued.
65268 to reclamation at Pyote Aug 18, 1950.
65269 (40th BG, 44th BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan May 26, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14508.
10 crew KIA, 1 bailed out and became POW.
65270 (444th BG, 678th BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-63496 Jun 1, 1945 off coast of Japan and crashed
into Pacific.  MACR 14597.  All ll crew killed.
65271 (40th BG, 44th BS) crashed after crew bailed out due to runaway prop over Iwo Jima May 16, 1945 while returning
from mission to Nagoya, Japan.  All crew survived.
65273 (444th BG) MIA May 25, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14497
65274 to RAF as Washington WF442 Jun 8, 1950.  Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1953.
65277 (444th BG, 676th BS) lost from unknown cause at unknown location May 26, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 15421
Fate of crew unknown.
65278 (9th BG, 1st BS) salvaged at Rota Island, Marianas Apr 20, 1945 due to structural failure.  Surveyed May 16, 1945.
65280 (504th BG, 421st BS) crashlanded at North Field, Tinian May 23, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was
destroyed.
65281 converted to WB-29 while in service.  Reported 1975 in storage 
at NAS China Lake, CA.  Acquired by USAFM and delivered to Travis AFB, California in 1986.
Displayed as "Miss America '62" at Travis AFB Museum.  
65283 (9th BG, 99th BS) crashed on shore at Tinian Mar 30, 1945 due to mechanical failure while on mission to sow
mines in Shimonoseki Strait.  Plane had a mechanical failure and jettisoned its mines and headed back
to Tinian.  10 crew killed, 1 survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
65286 (9th BG, 1st BS, "Dinah Might") was first B-29 to make emergency landing at Iwo
Jima Mar 4, 1945.  Refueled and repaired and flown out.  Landed
there again Apr 12, 1945.  Abandoned.  Returned to USA Apr 28, 1946
65287 (17th Bomber Training Wing, 246th AAF Base unit) ditched near Aquadilla, Puerto Rican May 31, 1945 due to
engine failure. 3 crewmen perished, 10 were rescued.  Crew was from 461st BS, 346th BG. MACR 16208.  The MACR
has the serial number being 42-55287, which was a cancelled A-24B.
Also reported To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported 12Mar46 at Kirtland Field, NM, as salvaged with Silverplate modifications removed.
65289 with 313rd BW, 504th BG  "Dina Might" during WW 2.  With 22nd BG, 2nd BS from March AFB
lost on ferry flight Nov 16, 1949.  Suffered engine failure and ditched 300/400 miles W of Bermuda with
20 onboard.  2 lost due to rough seas, 18 rescued after 2 days by HMCS Haida after being
spotted by ARS B-17.
65294 to reclamation at Walker Nov 14, 1945.
65295 (498th BG, 873rd BS) left formation after fighter attack Apr 29, 1945 while on mission to Kyushu, Japan and
last seen crashing into the ground.  No chutes.  MACR 14309.  All 11 crew KIA.
65298 (9th BG, 99th BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Mar 10, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo, Japan.
MACR 16145.  3 crew killed, 8 survived and were rescued.
65300 (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Ichihara-cho Saitama, Japan Apr 13, 1945 while on
mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14282.  All 11 crew killed.
65301 (29th BG, 52nd BS) shot down by AAA on mission to Tokyo Mar 10, 1945.  MACR 12975.  All 11 crew killed.
65304 (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed at North Field, Guam May 27, 1945 due to unknown cause.  Aircraft was destroyed.
65305 (29th BG, 6th BS) shot down by fighter May 5, 1945 on mission to Tachiarai airfield at Kyushu, Japan.  MACR 14363.
All 11 crew bailed out.  1 crewman parachute cut by Japanese aircraft, 1 crewman shot himself, 9 became
POW.  8 were murdered by vivisection experiments at Kyushu University.
65306 (19th BG, 28th BS) crashed on takeoff Oct 2, 1951, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Crew of 6 OK.
65309 (19th BG, 93rd BS) in landing accident at Northwest Field, Guam May 5, 1945.  All crew survived but
aircraft was salvaged May 31, 1945
65310 (19th BG, 93rd BS) crashed at Fubo Mountian Shichigashuku Village Miyagi, Japan Mar 10, 1945
while on mission to Tokyo due to bad weather.  MACR 13825.  All 12 crew killed. Condemned Mar 21, 1945
65311 (29th BG, 6th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean during mission to Tokyo Mar 10, 1945.  All 11 crew survived
and were rescued.
65312 (29th BG, 43rd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Yatsu Chiba, Japan Apr 14, 1945 while on mission to
Tokyo.  MACR 14284.  All 11 crew killed. Aircraft condemned Apr 25, 1945
42-65315 ... 42-65383
Martin-Omaha B-29-30-MO Superfortress
65317 to reclamation at Tinker Jul 2, 1945
65322 to reclamation at Pyote, TX Dec 21, 1949
65324 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage of 
atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, for use by Code Manhattan
65327 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Mount Yamane Ibaraki, Japan May 25, 1945 while
om mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14496.  6 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
65334 crashed Jun 3, 1945
65336 (462nd BG, 770th BS) shot down by AAA over Kyoto, Japan and crashed at Iseda-cho Kyoto, Japan 
Jun 5, 1945 while on mission to Kobe, Japan.  MACR 14394.  6 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
5 died in captivity either by being executed or dying of disease.  One was executed Jul 20, 1945.
65337 (444th BG, 676th BS) Landed at Iwo Jima with major battle damage May 25, 1945 while returning from
mission to Japan.  Aircraft was salvaged.
65339 originally assigned to 19th BG, 93rd BS at North Field, Guam
65341 originally assigned to 19th BG, 93rd BS at North Field, Guam
65342 (19th BG, 30th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Guam May 10, 1945.  All crew survived but
aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Oct 31, 1945
65343 (497th BG, 869th BS) lost from unknown cause in South Pacific Sept 5, 1945.  MACR 14902.  Fate of crew unknown.
65344 originally assigned to 19th BG, 93rd BS at North Field, Guam.
(499th BG, 879th BS) crashed from unkown cause at Yako Chiba, Japan Apr 13, 1945 while on mission
to Tokyo.  MACR 14236.  10 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
65345 (498th BG, 874th BS) lost from unknown cause Sept 4, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14900.  Fate of crew unknown.
65347 (9th BG) crashed after takeofff Apr 8, 1945.  MACR 13713
65348 (497th BG, 869th BS) shot down by Japanese fighter south of Osaka, Japan Jun 1, 1945 while on
mission to Osaka.  MACR 14593.  7 crew KIA, 4 bailed out and became POW.  All 4 POWs were executed.
65348 (497th BG) MIA Jun 1, 1945, Pacific.
65350 (29th BG, 6th BS) rammed by Ki-45 during mission to Nagoya, Japan Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 14232.
8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
65353 (98th BW) engine fire and crew bailed out 10 mi w of
Wakamatsu, Korea Nov 5, 1950.
65354 to reclamation at Kelly AAF, TX Oct 27, 1950
65355 salvaged May 15, 1950
65357 (19th BW, 28th BS) shot down by MiGs 10 mi S of
Pyongyang, Korea Jan 29, 1953.
65362 (39th BG, 62nd BS) MIA May 24, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14490
65364 (61st BS, 39th BG) damaged by flak Jun 1, 1945 over
Osaka and crew abandoned ship over Sofugan  MACR 14594.  10 of 
the 11 crew members survived.
65366 crashed due to engine fire Mather AAF, CA Oct 27, 1945
65368 (39th BG, 60th BS) ditched Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 14249.  One crewman lost, rest picked up by USS Safeguard.
65369 (19th BW, 93re BS) crashed and burned on landing at
Kadena AB Apr 12, 1951. 				
65373 (39th BG, 62nd BS) collided in midair with B-29 44-69881 Jun 20, 1945 and crashed into Pacific
while on mission to Shizuoka, Japan.  MACR 14833.  All 11 crew killed.
65375 to reclamation Goodfellow AAF, TX Jan 4, 1947
65377 to reclamation at Pyote AAF, TX Aug 21, 1945
65382 to reclamation at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ Sep 4, 1945.
42-65384 ... 42-65401
Martin-Omaha B-29-35-MO Superfortress
65384 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, for use by Code Manhattan
65385 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, for use by Code Manhattan.
To reclamation at Kirtland Apr 17, 1947
65386 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, for use by Code Manhattan.
65387 salvaged at Kirtland AAF, NM Mar 12, 1948
65398 to reclamation at Barksdale AAF, LA Apr 20, 1945.
65401 SOC Jun 23, 1951.  Appeared in several movies ("Above and
Beyond", "Wild Blue Yonder")  Languished in the back lot of
Universal Studios and was going to be scrapped when the nose 
section was given to Museum of Flight.  The Museum of Flight
traded it to Vintage Aircraft.  In 2009 was on display at Stockton Field Aviation Museum,
Stockton, CA.
42-72640 ... 42-72739
Douglas C-54D-10-DC Skymaster
MSN 10745/10844
72640 (MSN 10745/DC476) delivered to USAAF May 23, 1945, On Feb 24, 1947 flew to Thule, Greenland participated in the rescue 
and return of the crew from photo reconnaissance B-29, the KEE BIRD, (45-21768) after their emergency 
Greenland landing,  re-reg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. At Wheelus AB, Libya on Mar 11, 1953 damaged in a weather 
related incident. WFU & stored Davis Monthan, AFB, AZ. Sold ex Davis Monthan Jun 14, 1966.
72641 (MSN 10746/DC477) delivered to USAAF Jun 11, 1945, re-reg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. On Nov 27, 1948 attached to 
29TS/313TCG at Fassberg RAF, Eng., damaged in a take-off accident due to a mechanical failure at Fassberg. 
On Nov 28, 1950 attached to 53TCS/61TCG at Rhein-Main AB, Ger., damaged in a weather incident 605 miles 
WSW Matsushima AB. On Sep 10, 1950  attached to 13ATS/1703ATG (MATS) at Brookley AFB, AL damaged in a 
ground fire at Majors Field, Greenville, TX. To N6513D 1959. Loram Ltd bt. 1959 reg. CF-LTI. Pacific Western 
Airlines bought Jul 1959 reg. CF-PWJ. Cryderman Air Services (Century Airlines) bt. Nov 24, 1972 reg. N74182. 
Air Training & Taxi Center bought Dec 7, 1974. AMAZ (Agence et Messageries Aerienne du Zaire), 
named "N'deka Luka" of Kinshasa, Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), bought Feb 11, 1974 and 
registered 9Q-COO. Destroyed by fire at Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo 
(formerly Elizabethville, Zaire). 
72642 (MSN 10747/DC478) delivered to USAAF May 3, 1945, re-reg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. Cvtd to VC-54D, Served in
1972 with 4784th ABG at Otis AFB, Maryland and named "Grand Ole Lady of NORAD".  WFU & stored Davis Monthan 
AFB, AZ May 1973. Consolidated Aeronautics Corporation bought Feb 17, 1978. Aircraft Surplus Company Inc. 
bought Mar 2, 1978 reg. N9016Q. Les Fuller bought Mar 9, 1979. Satraco SA bought Nov 7, 1979. Yenom Corp. 
bought Mar 28, 1980. Knightsbridge International bought Sep 17, 1980.  Impounded & stored West End, Bahamas, 
(WTD).
72643 (MSN 10748, Line No DC479) after USAF converted to DC-4.
to CNAC (China National Aviation Corporation) as XT-102,
to Flying Tigers as N8347C, to California Eastern Aviation (dba
Southeast Air Slies as N4890V,  to Riddle Airlines (Feb 1956 to
Dec 1960) as N4890V.  Dec 7, 1960 registered as ZP-CBP
(Paraguay) as Servicios Aereos del Paraguay S A (Paraguayan
Airways Service No. 2) after an earlier bankruptcy.  Next to
Sociedad Aeronautica Medellin (SAM) as HK-529.  To N529D, to Anglers Club
as N122AC.  Operated by Southern Aero Trades, Inc.  Destroyed in
Colombia in 1981.
72644 (MSN 10749/DC480) to USAAF May 31, 1945.  To RAF as Skymaster I KL983 Jun 8, 1945, Tfd to RAF VIP Flight 
Jun 9, 1945. Tfd to RAF 232 Squadron Jun 21, 1945. Tfd to RAF Air Command SE Asia Jul 12, 1945. Rtn to 
USAAF Nar 1846 re-reg 42-72644, re-reg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored 1966.
72645 (MSN 10750/DC481) to RAF Jun 23, 1945 as KL984, then to US Navy as BuNo 91998
Feb 23, 1946
72646 (MSN 10751) FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
72647 (MSN 10752) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1966.
72648 (MSN 10753, 374th Troop Carrier Wing, 22nd Troop Carrier Sq) destroyed
by NKAF bombing strike at Suwon, Korea Jun 30, 1950.  No casualties.  Listed as first USAF
plane lost in the Korean War.
72649 (MSN 10754) Assigned to 1700th Air Transport Group [MATS], Kelly AFB, MA. 
Assigned to 2nd Strategic Support Squadron [SAC], Walkers AFB, NM Nov 1949.
Assigned to HQ 8th Air Force [SAC], Carswell AFB, TX as a command support aircraft 16Jun 16, 1950.
Redesignated VC-54D Sep 27, 1950.  Damaged Jun 12, 1952 Jamaica. To MASDC at unknown date.
72650 (MSN 10755) converted to VC-54D.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1965. Must have been restored to service with US Army, since
skidded upon landing at Roi-Namur in the Marshall Islands on flight from Kwajalein.  Aircraft overran the runway
and came to rest in the sea Jun 28, 1977.  Crew of 4 and 12 passengers uninjured.  Aircraft later deemed DBR.
72651 (MSN 10756) to MASDC at unknown date
72652 (MSN 10757) to civil registry as N2302D.  Still active with Doan Helicopter, Daytona Beach, FL
72654 (MSN 10759) famaged Sep 20,1950 in ground accident at Haneda, Japan. Damaged Dec 30, 1950 in Texas.
To MASDC Aut 5, 1965, returned to service May 18, 1967.  Back to MASDC as CC183 Nov 19, 1970.
72655 (MSN 10760) converted to TC-54D.  To MASDC Nov 15, 1966.  Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
72656 (MSN 10761) to civil registry as N20911.  Became CP-1352.  Registration
N20911 cancelled Oct 12, 2004 as sale reported 1978.
72658 (MSN 10763) converted to SC-54D. To MASDC May 20, 1966.
72662 (MSN 10767, 374th TCG, 6th TCS) crashed near Pyongyang AB, Korea Nov 19, 1950 due to engine fire
after takeoff.  Minor crew injures, but aircraft consumed by fire.
72665 (MSN 10770) converted to SC-54D. Damaged Mar 1, 1949, West Germany.  To MASDC Jul 10, 1966.
72666 (MSN 10771) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Aug 26, 1945 in ground accident at Guam.  Damaged
Oct 7, 1952 in Japan.  To MASDC Apr 21, 1966
72668 (MSN 10773/DC504) Delivered to USAAF 17 Jun 1945, rr USAF 18 Sep 1947. To Portuguese Air Force under MDAP bought Jul 1959, 
registered as 7502. W/o 22 Nov 62 Taking off in heavy rain, at São Tomé, Ilha de São Tomé the aircraft 
collided with terrain. The aircraft was possibly overloaded.
72671 (MSN 10776) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1966.
72672 (MSN 10777) damaged in ground accident Sep 7,1945 Kadena, Okinawa.  Damaged Feb 9, 1959 in ground
addicent at Logan APT, Boston, Massachusetts.  To MASDC at unknown date.
72674 was used as support aircraft for Thunderbirds.  To MASDC Aug 24, 1970.   Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
72678 to RAF as KL985, then to US Navy as BuNo 91999 Jul 1946.
72679 to RAF as KL986, then to US Navy as BuNo 92000 Jul 1946.
72680 to RAF as KL987, then to US Navy as BuNo 92001.  This may have been what was planned, but it may not
have happened.  72680 (MSN 19785/DD516) completed for the USAAF Jun 20, 1945.  Crashed on Santa Maria, Azores
4 mi E of Vila Do Porto Jul 3, 1945.  4 Killed. 
72681 to MASDC Sep 25, 1964.  Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
72683 to Turkish AF as ETI-683 Dec 12,1959; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
72684 (MSN 10789) to MASDC at unknown date.
72685 (MSN 10790) to US Navy as BuNo 87758. 
72686 (MSN 10791) ditched after 2 engine failures during flight from Okinawa to US Dec 5, 1948 between Johnston & Palmyra islands 37 aboard 
33 rescued after over 40 hours in two 14 man rafts 
72688 (MSN 10793) crashed near Frankfurt, West Germany Oct 18, 1948.  3 killed.
72689 (MSN 10794) to EC-54D.  To FAA as N84 in 1962, transferrred to US Department of Justice.
Returned to USAF and To MASDC Apr 3, 1970.  
72692 (MSN 10797) converted to WC-54D.  Damaged Feb 17, 1949 West Germany.  Damaged nov 26, 1950 in ground accident
at Haneda, Japah.  To MASDC Oct 18, 1970.  Declared excess Nov 4, 1970.
72694 (MSN 10799) damaged Jan 4, 1949, West Germany.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1964 as CC008.  FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
72695 (MSN 10800) converted to TC-54D.  to MASDC as CC137 Nov 4, 1969.  
72696 (MSN 10801) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Sep 19, 1948 in West Germany.  To MASDC Oct 20, 1965.
72697 (MSN 10802) to US Navy as BuNo 87759
72698 (MSN 10803) crashed after takeoff Fassberg, Germany Dec 5, 1948.  3 killed.
72700 (MSN 10805/DC536) allocated to Task Force 1.5.4 to support
the Crossroads atomic bomb tests.  WFU in 1972 and stored
at Roswell AAFB.  Cannibalized and used for spare parts.
72701 (MSN 10806) to MASDC Aug 25, 1969.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC Feb 17, 1970.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
72702 (MSN 10807) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Nov 6, 1951 in Montana.  To MASDC Jul 15, 1966.
72703 (MSN 10808) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1965.
72704 (MSN 10809) crashed into Mt Tanzawa near Atsugi, Japan in a rainstorm Apr 21, 1950 on flight from Japan to
Philippines.  35 killed.  However, this
plane was seen in USAF markings at Dharan Air Field, Saudi Arabia 1957-59.
72706 (MSN 10811) to civil registry as N4988T, then C-GRYX and then C9-ATF with
Interocean Airways.  Now on FAA records as N4988T
72707 (MSN 10812) to US Navy as BuNo 56520
72708 (MSN 10183) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Aug 13, 1954 Azores.  Damaged Nov 16, 1962.  To MASDC Oct 7, 1964.
to Colombian AF as FAC-693
72709 (MSN 10814/DC545) with North Dakota ANG was involved when #3 engine caught
fire and fell off the aircraft.  Landed at Chanute AFB.  To MASDC Aug 9, 1965. Returned to service. To Aero Union corp
Oct 18, 1978 as N4994G.  Bought by N. Burchinal Jr Oct
23, 1979.  Bought by Phase II Inc Jan 1982.  WFU and stored
Waco, TX.  Broken up prior to Oct 1991.  
72710 (MSN 10815/DC546) to MASDC Jun 4, 1964.  To Guatemala AF as FAG 800 
Nov 23, 1964.  To Honduran AF as FAH 799.  Crashed near Cartago in
Costa Rica Nov 29, 1974. Crew of 4 killed.
72712 (MSN 10817/DC548) converted to JC-54D.  To MASDC Dec 11, 1969.
Declared excess Sep 9, 1970 and broken up.
72713 converted to SC-54D.  Assigned to 594 AAF BN TAAF, Topeka, KA
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Sep 28, 1946 to Aug 4, 1947
72714 (MSN 10819/DC550) in ground accident May 14, 1950 with
1805 AACS at McAndrew AFB, Newfoundland due to engine failure.  Damaged dec 15, 1952 Nfd. To
MASDC Jun 12, 1964.  Sold Jun 14, 1966.
72715 (MSN 10820) converted to TC-54D.  To MASDC May 13, 1966.
72716 (MSN 10821) to MASDC Jul 13, 1965.  Returned to service Apr 15, 1967. Back to MASDC Oct 21, 1974 as CC257.
72720 (MSN 10825) to MASDC as CC184 Nov 23, 1970.
72721 (MSN 10826) to civilian registry as N174A. Sold to RIPSA of Peru as OB-R-769. 
W/o Panama City, Panama Aug 04, 1965.
72722 (MSN 10827) converted to VC-54D.  to MASDC at unknown date.  Operated by Aero Union of CA as N9020R, 
then to Tol-Air
72723 (MSN 10828)wo MASDC Jul 21, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 27, 1967.  Back to MASDC as CC254 Jan 29, 1974.
Operated by Aero Union of CA as N90205, then to Hondu Carib Cargo. To
Brooks Air Fuel.  Now a hulk at Fairbanks.  Reported Feb 2008
to be airworthy with Brooks Fuel as N90201.
72724 (MSN 10829) to EC-54D.  Preserved at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.  
72725 (MSN 10830) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1965.  Sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-388. Transferred to 
SATCO as OB-R-862.
72726 (MSN 10831) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 16, 1966.
72727 (MSN 10832/DC563) delivered to USAAF Jul 16, 1945. Overseas National Airways lsd 1947, reg. N79992. 
Transocean Airlines sub-lsd 1949, rtn Jan  1950. Crashed on a nearby highway and caught fire near 
Oakland, CA after mid-air collision with a California Eastern DC-4 N4002B (ex 42-72369) on Nov 17, 1951, 3 fatal.
The tail of the ONA aircraft was sliced off in the collision and the crippled plane dove to earth and 
exploded on Doolittle Drive, killing its crew of three and spewing wreckage and flaming fuel across the 
roadway.   One motorist in an automobile was seriously burned when his vehicle crashed 
into the debris, and eight of 10 boys from a local YMCA riding in a pickup truck all received minor burns.   
Two other vehicles were scorched by flames or pelted by falling wreckage.  The damaged California 
Eastern DC-4 aircraft was able to remain airborne and made an emergency landing across the bay at Mills 
Field in San Francisco (today’s San Francisco International Airport). 
72728 to US Navy as BuNo 56522
72729 to US Navy as BuNo 56523
72730 to US Navy as BuNo 56521
72731 (MSN 10836/DC567) delivered to USAAF 23/7/45. Overseas National Airways lsd 1946 reg as N79990. Transocean Air Lines 
sub-lsd 1947. Returned to USAF as 42-72731 1952. reg as N91282 1960. WFU & stored AMARC Davis 
Monthan AFB, AZ Jul 24, 1964 from 3320th Maintenance Support Group, AGWF. Dropped from inventory Sep 21, 1970  by transfer 
to a Museum.
72732 (MSN 10837/DC568) delivered to USAAF Jul 25, 1945. Attached to 1345AAFBU at Kurmitola, India. Damaged in an incident 
Oct 15, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Attached to 6TCS/374TCG at Tachikawa, Japan, damaged in a weather 
related landing accident May 10, 1950 at Komaki AB, Japan. WFU & stored 1972.
72733 to US Navy as BuNo 56524
72734 (MSN 10839/DC570) delivered to USAAF Jul 23, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Attached to 10Res at Elmendorf, AFB AK 
damaged Apr 10, 1951 at Ladd AFB, AK. WFU & stored 1972.
72735 to US Navy as BuNo 56525
72736 (MSN 10841/DC572) delivered to USAAF Jul 30, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored 1972.
72737 (MSN 10842/DC573) delivered to USAAF Jul 30, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Numerous ground incidents 
1951-52, while attached to 22TCS/374TCG at Tachikawa, Japan. WFU & stored 1972.
72738 (MSN 10843) to VC-54D.  
72739 (MSN 10844/DC575) delivered to USAAF Jul 28, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Seaboard & Western Airlines 
lsd Jan 13, 1948 reg as N91085. Returned to USAF Feb 4, 1954 reg as 42-72739. WFU & stored AMARC Davis 
Monthan AFB AZ May 17, 1966 from 72nd Bombardment (Medium) Wing. Declared excess on Apr 6, 1970 and sold.
42-93824 ... 42-93843
Boeing B-29A-1-BN Superfortress
MSN 7231/7250
93825 (462nd BG, 768th BS) in taxiing accident at Piardoba Airfield, West Bengal, India May 7, 1944.  All crew survived,
but aircraft badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired.
93826 (468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed into mountain 200 mi from Chengtu, China Jun 15, 1944 while on mission to steel
works at Yawata Kyoto, Japan.  MACR 6601.  All 12 crew killed.
93827 (TB-29A) crashed Jun 12, 1945 10 mi NE of Randolph Field, Texas.  7 killed.
93829 (40th BG) crashed in USSR Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 7523.  After being restored to 
airworthy condition by the Soviets and flown to Moscow, this aircraft was 
dismantled and thoroughly analysed to provide information for their reverse-engineered Tu-4. 
Later, the complete wing and engines were incorporated into the sole 
prototype Tu-70 passenger transport.
93831 (40th BG, 45th BS) crashed at Rangonn, Burma Dec 14, 1944 after damaged by bomb explosion from B-29 42-24726
in midair while on mission to Bangkok, Thailand.  MACR 10377.  5 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
93837 (330th BG, 459th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Apr 12, 1945 after ran out of fuel while returning from
mission to Koriyama, Japan.  4 crew killed, 7 survived and were rescued.
93839 (Cait Paomat II") damaged by flak returning from raid on Yawata, Japan Aug 20, 1944.  Crew bailed out
over Soviet Union Sikhote Alin range.  Aircraft crashed.  Crew interned and later allowed to "escape".
42-93844 ... 42-93873
Boeing B-29A-5-BN Superfortress
MSN 7251/7280
93845 converted to XB-44, progenitor of B-50.
93848 (462nd BG, 770th BS) shot down by fighter over Kyushu, Japan Nov 21, 1944 while on mission to aircraft factory at
Omura, Japan.  MACR 9964.  3 crew killed, 8 bailed out.  4 captured and became POW, 4 evaded and were rescued.
93849 to F-13A.  Reclaimed Warner-Robbins Apr 25, 1949.
93850 to F-13A.  (343 PRS, 311th PW) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Apr 12, 1945.  MACR 13755. Fate of crew unknown.
93851 to F-13A.  With 311th PRW, 3rd PRS w/o on landing at Depot
Field, Guam  Dec 19, 1944
93852 to F-13A.  Reclaimed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949.
93853 to F-13A.
93854 to F-13A (1st PRS) lost over N. China Feb 2, 1945.  All crew rescued.
93855 to F-13A (311th PRW, 3rd PRS) crashlanded and w/o near
Agana, Guam May 23, 1945.
93856 to F-13A
93857 ditched April 12, 1945
93863 to F-13A.  (3rd BG) lost Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 14421
93864 to F-13A
93865 to F-13A
93866 to F-13A
93867 to F-13A.  With 3rd PRS, ran out of fuel on return from mission and crashed into Pacific
540 km N of Saipan, Marianas Islands Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10642.  11 KIA.
93868 to F-13A
93869 to F-13A.  With 311th PRW, 3rd PRS w/o in takeoff accident at
Depot Field, Guam Apr 26, 1945
93870 to F-13A
93871 to F-13A.  With 444th BG, 678th BS crashed on takeoff at Dudhkundi Airfield, West Bengal, India Jan 7, 1945.
Aircraft was destroyed.
93872 to F-13A
42-93874 ... 42-93923
Boeing B-29A-10-BN Superfortress
MSN 7281/7330.
93874 to F-13A
93876 (500th BG, 881st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Feb 10, 1945 while on mission to
Nakajima aircraft factory at Ota, Japan  MACR 12058.  All 11 crew killed.
93879 to F-13A
93880 to F-13A.  Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
93881 (498th BG, 873rd BS) low on fuel and two engines out Apr 6, 1945.  No
time to go around and landed on Tinian.  Ground
looped over cliff.  Plane completely destroyed, crew OK.
93883 (497th BG) MIA Apr 2, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 13764
93885 (497th BG, 870th BS) ditched from unknown cause May 14, 1945 while on mission to North Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 15426.
All 11 crew survived and were rescued.  MACR has incorrect serial number of 42-9385 which was a P-39N
93890 (505th BG, 482nd BS) crashed on takeoff from North Field, Tinian Aug 7, 1945.  Fate of crew unknown
93893 (9th BG, 1st BS) crashed from unknown cause in sea near Hashirimizu Kanagawa, Japan Apr 15, 1945 while on
mission to Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14278.  10 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
93894 (505th BG, 484th BS) in takeoff accident at North Field, Tinian Jun 23, 1945 due to engine failure.
All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
93900 to F-13A
93902 (6th BG, 40th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Tinian Mar 12, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
93903 to F-13A sat derelict at Kadena until rebuilt to bring squadron up to strength.  Returning from flight 
Jun 16, 1950 landing gear would not lower and crew bailed out and aircraft was shot down by USAF F-80
over East China sea.
93905 (29th BG, 43rd BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Shimo-Mistugao Chiba, Japan Mar 10, 1945 in raid on Tokyo.  MACR 12972.
11 crew KIA, 1 bailed out and became POW.
93906 (6th BG, 24th BS) crashlanded at North Field, Iwo Jima May 23, 1945 while returning from mission to Tokyo.
All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
93907 (505th BG, 484th BS) lost from unknown cause Sept 7, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14909.  Fate of crew unknown.
93908 (330th BG, 458th BS) in taxiing accident at North Field, Guam Aug 2, 1945.  All crew survived.  Aircraft badly
damaged, not known if repaired.
93911 (6th BG, 39th BS) hit by AAA over Shimonoseki Straits, Japan Mar 27, 1945 while on mine sowing mission.  Able
to return to base.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.  Transferred to 358th SG and retired from combat.
Scrapped in 1950.
93912 to F-13A.  Crashed Aug 23, 1945 at Harmon Field, Guam while
on training mission.  4 of 5 killed.
93913 assigned to 19th BG, 28th BS at North Field, Guam
93914 to F-13A
93917 assigned to 19th BG, 93rd BS at North Field, Guam
93918 ("City of Pipestone") assigned to 29th BG, 42rd BS and completed 35 missions against
Japan.
93919 to F-13A
93921 used at Wright Field to test feasibility of towing a P-80 to increase the fighter's range.
42-93924 ... 42-93973
Boeing B-29A-15-BN Superfortress
MSN 7331/7380
93925 (29th BG, 43rd BS) in taxiing accident at North Field, Guam Jun 26, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly
damaged.  Unknown if repaired.
93926 to F-13A
93927 (29th BG, 43rd GS) in landing addident at North Field, Guam Apr 28, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly
damaged.  Unknown if repaired.
93928 (29th BG, 43rd BS) crashed after takeoff 4 mi E of Pati Point, Guam Jun 15, 1945 on mission to Osaka.  MACR 14625.
All 11 crew killed.
93933 to F-13A
93939 (6th BG, 40th BG) shot down by AA near Shimonoseii Straits Jul 9, 1945 while on mining mission.  All 12 crew killed.
93944 (498th BG, 873rd BS0 in taxiing accident at Isley Field, Saipan before takeoff Jul 9, 1945.  All crew survived,
aircraft badly damaged.  Salvaged at Guam Air Depot July 15, 1945.
93945 bombs shook loose in storm 5/16/1945.  Repaired
and returned to US as war-weary.
93952 in landing accident 3 mi from Honolulu, Hawaii Feb 17, 1945 while on ferry flight.  All crew survived.
Aircraft badly damaged, not known if repaired.
93953 (29th BG, 6th BS) crashed in Sea of Japan May 5, 1945 in mission to Tachiarai airfield at Kyushu, Japan.  MACR 14364.
All 11 crew killed.
93955 (330th BG, 458th BS) crashed Anderson AB, Guam, June 22, 1945 during landing attempt due to engine failure
and bad weather.  MACR 14915.  Aircraft stalled and went over cliff edge.  10 crew killed, one survived.
93958 (484th BS, 505th BG) lost from unknown cause at Tinian Island Sep 4, 1945.  MACR 14764.  Fate of crew unknown.
93962 (9th BG, 99th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Ota-Cho Yokohama, Japan Apr 15, 1945 while on mission
to Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14276.  9 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
93965 to F-13A.  With HQ of 314th BG crashlanded and w/o at Central
Field, Iwo Jima May 10, 1945.
93967 to F-13A.  On display at Georgia Veterans State Park, Cordele, Georgia
93968 to F-13A
93969 (330th BG,457th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed into Tokyo Bay May 24, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14492.
All 12 crew KIA.
42-93974 ... 42-94023
Boeing B-29A-20-BN Superfortress
MSN 7381/7430
93974 (98th BW, 343rd BS) shot down by AAA near Chongju, crew bailed
out Nov 9, 1951.
93976 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF440. May 3, 1950.  Returned to USAF Mar 22, 1954.
93987 to F-13A
93992 to F-13A. Damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945
by crashing B-29 42-24913.
93993 to F-13A
93995 (330th BG, 457th BS) crashed after crew bailed out at Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945 due to flak damage during mission
to Osaka, Japan.  One crewman was killed by flak hit, 10 bailed out and survived.  Aircraft had to be shot down
by US P-61 fighter.
93999 (498th BG, 8745h BS) hit by AAA Apr 1, 1945 on mission to Mushashino Aircraft
Factory in Tokyo and crashed at Atago Mountain Nishitama Tokyo, Japan.  5 crew killed, 6 bailed out and
became POW. MACR 13762
94000 to F-13A (91st SRS "*Tiger Lil*) lost Jul 11, 1954.  Cold War shoot down.
94002 (504th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific May 25, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo, Japan.  
MACR 14501.  All 11 crew killed.
94013 (29th BG, 6th BS) lost May 14, 1945 during return from mission to Nagoya
94021 crashed during landing off Guam Island while on ferry flight Apr 16, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft
was destroyed.
94022 to F-13A
42-94024 ... 42-94073
Boeing B-29A-25-BN Superfortress
MSN 7431/7480
94026 (19th BG) ditched off Iwo Jima Apr 24, 1945 while returning from mission to North Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14312.
All 11 crew survived and were rescued.
94032 retired to MASDC Nov 4, 1954, last B-29 bomber to be retired.
94034 (29th BG, 6th BS) crashed off coast of Enoshima Island, Japan Apr 16, 1945 in mission to Kawasaki.  MACR 14271.
8 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
94039 (314th BW) hit by flak on mission to Yokohama May 29, 1945 and crashed
into sea on return flight.  All 11 crew KIA.  MACR 14538.
94040 (330th BG, 459th BS) collided with B-29A 42-94044 in midair 100 mi N of Iwo Jima Jul 5, 1945.  Able to land
and all crew survived.  Not known if aircraft was repaired.
94041 (504th BG, 680th BS) hit by AAA over Shimonoseki Straits Jul 27, 1945 and crashed in Inland Sea while on 
mining mission and crashed in Inland Sea.  MACR 14797.  5 crew killed, 6 bailed out and were rescued by 
US Navy aircraft.
94044 (39th BG, 62nd BS) collided with B-29A 42-94040 in midair 100 mi N of Iwo Jima.  Able to land and all
crew survived.  Unknown if aircraft was repaired.
94045 (307th BW, 371st BS) shot down by MiGs near Namsi airfield Oct 23, 1951.
94047 (330th BG, 459th BS) ditched from unknown cause off coast of Japan Apr 24, 1945 while on mission to Hitachi
aircraft factor at Tachikawa, Japan.  8 crew killed, 3 bailed out over Japan and became POW.
94050 (497th BG) MIA May 27, 1945, Marianas.  MACR 14525
94052 assigned to 330th BG, Guam.  then to 301st BW.  To RAF as Washington B.1 WF444 Jun 28, 1950 and
assigned to 115 Squadron.  Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1953.  Assigned to Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah
94053 (39th BG, 60th BS) crashlanded at North Field, Guam May 19, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
94054 to F-13A
94056 (504th BG) crashed from unknown cause at Oikawa Chiba, Japan May 29, 1945 while on mission to Yokohama, Japan.  MACR 14541.
11 crew bailed out and became POW.
94060 (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed from unknown cause on Mount Topatchau, Saipan May 5, 1945.  All 11 crew killed, aircraft
was destroyed.
94072 (307th BW, 371st BS) crashed into E. China Sea 5 mi off Okinawa Sep 8, 1950.
42-94074 ... 42-94123
Boeing B-29A-30-BN Superfortress
MSN 7481/7530
94074 to F-13A
94079 (39th BG, 61st BS) crashed from unknown cause at a farm at Makida Village, Chiba, Japan May 26, 1945 while on
mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14511.  All 10 crew killed.
94080 to F-13A
94081 to F-13A
94098 (19th BG, 19th BG) crashed from unknown cause in woods at Yokoyama Village, Fukuoka, Japan Jul 27, 1945 while on mission to
Omuta, Japan.  MACR 14798.  1 crew killed, 9 bailed out.  1 murdered by villagers when he landed, 8 became POW 
and were later executed.
94107 converted to TB-29A
94113 to F-13A
94114 to F-13A.  With 3rd FRS, 311th PW, lost from unknown cause Guam Island Jun 10, 1946.  MACR 15045. Fate of
crew unknown.
42-108471 ... 42-108480
Consolidated B-32-1-CF Dominator
108471 experimentally fitted with B-29A tailfin.  To storage at
Kingman, AZ
108472 was first B-32 delivered (Sep 19, 1944).  W/o the very
same day when nosewheel collapsed on landing.
108478 to Kingman, AZ and scrapped
108480 to Kingman, AZ and scrapped
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 
44-27259 ... 44-27325
Martin-Omaha B-29-35-MO Superfortress
27260 salvaged at March AFB, CA Jan 14, 1951
27261 (352nd BW, 301st BS) crashed on takeoff from Wheelus AB,
Tripoli, Libya Feb 2, 1953.  All 15 onboard killed.
27262 (397th BW, 370th BS) lost over Korea and crashed ner Tom-ni Jan 27, 1953.
27264 w/o Nov 21, 1951 Barksdale AFB, Florida
27273 damaged Dec 31, 1951 in landing at NAS Miami, Florida
27279 reclamation completed at Harvard AAF, NB Aug 11, 1945
27280 reclamation completed at Hill AFB, UT Jul 14, 1949
27285 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons for use by Code Manhattan.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, 
27287 (307th BW) hit by AAA over Pyongyang, North Korea May 7, 1951.  Aircraft able to fly back to Kadena AB, Okinawa.
All crew survived, but aircraft was DBR.
27288 (19th BW, 28th BS) major battle damage Sep 10, 1950.
27289 reclamation completed Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Jun 27, 1948
27296 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Field number 84.
Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group
May have dropped the last bomb of WW2 when it released a 9000-lb Fatman shape on a Nagoya 
munitions plant Aug 14, 1945.  Reported 9Apr46 at Roswell Field, NM, as salvaged with 
Silverplate modifications removed.  Damaged in ground collision and scrapped Aug 1946.  
Reclamation completed Kirtland AAF, NM Aug 20, 1946.   
27297 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Field number 77.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group.
Was "Bockscar"--the Nagasaki bomber Aug 9, 1945.  Attached to 509th Composite Group, 393rd Composite
Squadron, Roswell,NM: Davis-Monthan  to CL-32 (Museum) 11 Sep 1946.  
Delivered to Wright Patterson AFB Sep 26, 1961.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum.
27298 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Field number 83.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group
Named "Full House".  Flew weather recon on Aug 6, 1945.  To China Lake in 1956, eventually scrapped
27299 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Field number 86.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group.
Named "Next Objective".  Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Oklahoma City Material Command Depot, 
OK, as operational, awaiting delivery to SAC.  Scrapped in 1949.  Reclamation completed 
Biggs AFB, TX Jul 14, 1949
27300 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 73.  Assigned to 509th 
Composite Group.  Named "Strange Cargo".  Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air
Force Base, NM, as operational.  Scrapped in 1957
27301 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 85.  Assigned to 
393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group.  Named "Straight Flush".  
Flew weather recon Aug 6, 1945.  Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air 
Force Base, NM, as operational.  Scrapped in 1957.
27302 delivered to USAAF Apr 2, 1945.  To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code 
Silverplate conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor 
number 72.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group.  Named "Top Secret".
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational.
Scrapped in 1954
27303 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 71.  Assigned to 393rd 
Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group.  Named "Jabit III".  Flew weather recon Aug 6, 1945.
Scrapped in 1946.  Reported 31Oct45 at Chicago, IL, as salvaged with Silverplate modifications removed.
Reclamation completed Chicago Municipal Airport  30 Apr 1946
27304 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 88.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb 
Squadron, 509th Composite Group.  Named "Up an’ Atom".  Flew weather recon Aug 9, 1945.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air Force Base, NM, as operational
To target tug, to China Lake 1956, eventually scrapped.
27305 reclamation completed Harmon AFB, Newfoundland 5 Aug 1948
27307 reclamation completed Harmon AFB, Newfoundland  2 Aug 1949
27313 reclamation completed Harmon AFB, Newfoundland 28 Dec 1948
27314 (307th BW, 370th BS) crashed near Kadena AB, Okinawa Dec 4, 1951.
27315 condemned salvaged due to accident Okinawa Jima 12 Nov 1945
27316 w/o Feb 5, 1947 in ground accident at Kadena AB, Okinawa
27318 condemned salvage combat use Okinawa Jima 25 Aug 1946
27322 reclamation completed Gulfport (MacDill AFB) 4 Aug 1945
44-27326 ... 44-27358
Martin-Omaha B-29-40-MO Superfortress
27326 (307th BW, 372nd BS) crashed into mountains 5 mi E of Taegu
during landing attempt Sep 13, 1951.
27331 reclamation completed Barksdale AAF, LA 2 Jul 1945
27332 (98th BG) to reclamation at Davis Monthan AFB Jun 19, 1955
27341 (98th BW, 343rd BS) suffered major damage from AAA Mar 1, 1951.  Repaired and returned to service.  Damaged
by gunfire from MiG-15 over Korea Oct 24, 1951 and was able to land at (K-2) Taegu #1 AB, South Korea.  Aircraft 
DBR and was w/o.
27342 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF438 Apr 26, 1950.  Returned to USAF
Mar 16, 1954
27343 reported 1985 stored at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.  Acquired by USAFM and moved in 1988 to Tinker AFB, Oklahoma.
On display at Tinker AFB Air Park, Oklahoma.
27347 (307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by MiG-15s over Namsi Airfield, North Korea Oct 23, 1951.  Able to fly to South Korea
but crashed at K-14 Kimpo AB, South Korea.  12 crew injured but survived.
27349 used as target in a nuclear test.
27353 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 89.  Named "The Great Artiste".  
Was instrument ship on Aug 6 Hiroshima mission and on Aug 9, 1945 Nagasaki mission.  Was the only 
aircraft to fly on both atomic bombing missions.  Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air
Force Base, NM, as operational.  Heavily damaged in accident at Goose Bay AB,
Labrador Sep 3, 1948 when ran off end of runway while attempting to land after developing engine problem.  
Reclamation completed Goose Bay AFB, Labrador 27 Sep 1949.    44-61671 is on display at Whiteman AFB,
Missouri as "The Great Artiste".
27354 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 90.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 
509th Composite Group.   Named "Big Stink".  Was backup A-bomb ship Aug 6 1945, was camera
ship Aug 9, 1945.  Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational
Renamed *Dave's Dream* for Operation Crossroads.  Dropped A-bomb
at Bikini Atoll Jul 1, 1946, missing target ship Nevada by 1600 feet.  Scrapped 1960
44-29911 ... 44-30910
North American B-25J-25/27-NC Mitchell
MSN 108-33186/108-34185 (Andrade quotes 108-34236/35235)
29911 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Weaver AFB(Ellsworth AFB),SD 10 Nov 1948
29912 to Peru in 1947.
29913 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
29917 reclamation completed Langley AB 30 Dec 1947
29919 converted to TB-25N.  To civil register as N9868C in 1958.  Disappeared
off civil register in 1967.  May have been used
by Biafran Air Force in war for independence.
29921 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 23 May 1946
29925 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Blackland AAF, TX 4 Sep 1945
29926 (TB-25J) reclamation completed LaJunta AAB, CO 27 Mar 1945
29927 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Douglas AAF 27 Mar 1945
29928 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds. MD 23 May 1946
29932 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 23 May 1946
29938 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Randolph AAF, TX 2 May 1946
29939 (MSN 108-33214) redesignated TB-25J Nov 1947.  Modified as TB-25N Jan 1954.  
Sold to National Metals of Phoenix, AZ as N9456Z in 1959.  To
Tallmantz Aviation in 1961.  Used in filming of *Catch 22*.
To Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, PA. in 1982, still as N9456Z.
Airworthy as "Briefing Time" marked as 43-27638.  Landing accident in May 1997,
underwent rebuild.  Rebuilt and is flying the airshow circuit again aince 1999.
29943 converted to TB-25J, became N9444Z.  Reported derelict and on
fire dump at Anchorage, AK in 1976.  Removed as undersling
load by helicopter 10 years later.  Put under restoration at 
Fairacres, NM. as N943 Sept 1987
29944 (CB-25J) wrecked,22 Sep 1950, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; Crashed:DBR
29945 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 19 May 1946
29946 (TB-25J) lost to ASF 31 Jul 1946
29950 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Langley AFB, VA 3 Feb 1950
29951 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Barksdale AFB 16 Aug 1948
29953 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 19 May 1946
29954 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ732.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29955 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ733.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29956 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ734.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29957 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ735.  Ditched Dec 26, 1944 during
ferry flight between Bluie West One, Greenland and Reykjavik, Iceland
29958 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ736.  SOC Nov 29, 1946
29959 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ737.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29960 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ738.  SOC Aug 7, 1947
29961 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ739.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29962 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ740.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29963 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ741.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29964 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ742.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29965 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ743.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29966 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ744.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29967 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ745.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29968 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 20 May 1946
29971 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Eglin AAF 20 Nov 1946
29975 (TB-26J) reclamation completed Barksdale AAF 12 May 1945
29979 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ746.  SOC Jan 13, 1947
29980 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ747.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29981 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ748.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29982 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ749.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29983 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ750.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
29984 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ751.  Ditched Jan 3, 1945 during
ferry flight between Reykjavik, Iceland and Prestwick, Scotland.
29986/29993 Lend-Lease to USSR Dec 1944
29994 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 20 May 1946
29998 (TB-25J) to storage at Brookley AFB 9 Mar 1950
30000/30006 Lend-Lease to USSR Jan 1945
30007 (TB-25J) crashed Mt Magazine, Arkansas Nov 14, 1947.
Reclamation completed Barksdale AFB 10 Feb 1948
30009 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Tinker AFB 13 Sep 1949
30010 became N9641C
30012 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Douglas AAF 13 Sep 1945
30013/30019 Lend-Lease to USSR Feb 1945
30020 became N5243V
30021 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 26 May 1946
30025 (TB-25J) to RFC Walnut Ridge 4 Apr 1946
30026/30032 Lend-Lease to USSR Jan 1945
30034 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Yuma AAF, AZ 6 Dec 1945
30036 (TB-25J) to RFC Walnut Ridge 4 Apr 1946
30037 (TB-25J) reclamation completed March Field 24 Jul 1947
30038 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Eglin AAF 10 Sep 1947
30039/30045 Lend-Lease to USSR Jan 1945
30047 converted as company transport. w/o 2/27/1946.
30051 reclamation completed Chanute AFB 29 Mar 1950
30052/30055 Lend-Lease to USSR Jan 1945
30056 (TB-25J) to RFC Walnut Ridge 4 Apr 1946
30057 (TB-25J) damaged in ground collision at South Plains Field,
TX Jul 19, 1945.
30058 (CB-25J) reclamation completed Mitchel Field 1 Sep 1948
30059 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Chanute AAF 23 Aug 1946
30060 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Eglin AFB 19 Jul 1949
30061 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Eglin AAF 29 Nov 1945
30065 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Andrews AB 17 Dec 1946
30069 to Brazil in Jul 30, 1947 as 5127.  Now on display at Museo Aerospacial de FAB,
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
30071 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 6 Aug 1946
30075 became N9085Z
30076 (TB-25J) to Eglin AAF Range #63 Airstrip 11 Apr 1947
30077 in pieces at Kissimmee, FL as N2849C.  *Catch 22* aircraft.  Reported to be under
restoration to flight status at Chino, CA
30078 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Wright AB 26 Aug 1948
30079 to Universal Air Tankers as N5239V.  Crashed Jul 27, 1960 in Hells Canyon
area WNW of Council, ID.  2 killed.
30081 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 5 Jun 1946
30082 (TB-25J) reclamation completed San Bernardino AB 17 Apr 1947
30083 (TB-25J) to Aberdeem Proving Grounds, MD 5 Jun 1946
30084 reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30085 became N3503G.  Crashed in Oregon while firebombing Jul 22, 1960
30086 reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30088 reclamation completed Robins AFV 13 Mar 1950
30089 is reported to be the original identity of N86411 which crashed at Maison Blanche,
Algeria Mar 9, 1962, killing all four occupants.  The MSN quoted (108-34414) does
not match up, however.
30090 reported stored unconverted at Rockdale, TX until early 1970s.
Reported 1987 stored dismantled at Borrego Springs, CA and
fuselage reported Sep 1988 at Chino, CA.  Dismantled for restoration at 
Aero Trader, Chino, CA as N9633C
30095 to Cuban as as 303.  To Uruguayan AF as 161 Nov 1957
30096 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30097 Rome AAF, NY surveyed 30 Jul 1945
30098 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 16 Jul 1946
30100 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Eglin AB 17 Mar 1947
30103 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Eglin AB 15 May 1947
30105 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Philipps AFB,MD (Aberdeen Proving Grounds),  
19 Jul 1948
30107 (TB-25J) forcelanded at Jefferson Proving Grounds, IN
Apr 19, 1945.  Reclamation completed Jefferson Proving Grounds, IN 9 May 1945
30111 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30114 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30115 reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30117 reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30121 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Andrews AB 18 Aug 1947
30123 reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30129 was in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Restored by Vintage Aircraft, Inc, Woodstock, Georgia.
Now flyable and registered as N7947C and nicknamed "Wild Cargo".  On display at Military Aviation Museum,
Virginia Beach, VA
30130 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Chanute AB 17 Apr 1947
30131 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Scott AFB 14 Nov 1950
30132 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen proving Grounds, MD 20 May 1946
30135 (TB-25J) damaged in ground collision at Douglas AAF, AZ Oct 22, 1945.
30136 reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30137 to Brazil in Sep 10, 1947
30138 (TB-25J, 91st ABG) crashed near Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, Tennessee Sep 30, 1949 when left engine caught
fire and fell free.  9 aboard parachuted, 2 died.  Pilot stayed with plane to steer it away from
populated area but jumped too late.  Reclamation completed Spokane AFB, WA 30 Sep 1949
30139 to Brazil in 1946/47
30141 reclamation completed Robbins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30142 to Brazil in 1946/47
30144 reclamation completed 22 Sep 1947
30145 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30146 condemned 17 May 1945
30147/30148 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30149 condemned enemy action 15 Jun 1945
30152 (TB-25J) damaged in ground collision at Douglas AAF, AZ 
Apr 17, 1945.  Reclamation completed Douglas AAF, AZ 12 May 1945
30153 (TB-25J)
30154 (TB-25J) crashed on takeoff at Huntsville Arsenal, AL
Aug 31, 1945, reclamation completed Huntsville Arsenal, AL 27 Sep 1945
30155 (TB-25J) reclamation completed  Enid AAF, OK 2 Oct 1946
30158 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 5 Jun 1946
30159 became N9655C
30162 condemned accident 26 Apr 1945
30163 reclamation completed 15 Jan 1948
30164 (345th BG) lost May 17, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14447.
30165 (42nd BG, 100th BS) lost May 5, 1945 near Tagalinog Island
on a practice skip bombing mission.  Practice bomb was
dropped over water,but dropped bomb bounced off surface
and hit the plane, destroying the aircraft and killing
the entire crew.  MACR 16225.
30166/30168 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30169 condemned flak 11 Jul 1945
30170 reclamation completed 22 Sep 1947
30171 condemned salvage 6 Jun 1945
30172 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30173 condemned accident 29 Aug 1945
30174 condemned accident 26 May 1945
30175 condemned accident 21 May 1945
30176 reclamation completed Godman AAF, KY 6 Dec 1945
30177 Atterbury AAF,Ind surveyed 1 Feb 1945
30182 reclamation completed Goodman AAF, Ft. Knox, KY 17 Jul 1945
30183 reclamation completed Lockbourne AAF, OH 17 Apr 1945
30184 Gunter AAF,Ala surveyed 8 Jun 1945
30185 reclamation completed Langley AAF, VA 24 May 1946
30186 Godman AAF surveyed 1 Mar 1945
30187 became N9170Z
30188 Godman AAF surveyed 12 Sep 1945
30189 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30190 condemned accident 26 Jul 1945
30191 condemned accident 13 Jun 1945
30192 condemned combat 25 Apr 1945
30193 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ752.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30194 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ753.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30195 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ754.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30196 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ755.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30197 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ756.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
30198 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ757.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30199 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ758.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30200 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ759.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30201 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ760.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30202 reclamation completed Andrews AAF 3 Jul 1946
30203 surveyed at Greenville AAF Nov 2, 1945.  Now at Nanta Rosa, CA being restored
to airworthy.
30204 (VB-25J) reclamation completed Offutt AFB 8 Sep 1949
30205 (TB-25J) crashlanded 2 mi NW of Carrier, OK Oct 7, 1945, reclamation 
completed Enid AAF 25 Oct 1945
30209 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Barksdale AFB 16 Aug 1948
30210 (MSN 108-34535) converted to TB-25N.  Surplused at MASDC
Dec 31, 1959 and to Paul Mantz Air service as N9455Z.  Went
through several owners, reported 1978 with Military Aircraft
Restoration Group, Long Beach, CA.  To Luton, England
May 11, 1978 for use in film "Hanover Street".  Reported stored
at Blackbushe later that year, but reported 1983 abandoned
at Avignon, France. Later that year to Warplane Flying group
of Wellesbourne Mountford, England burt returned to Military Aircraft
Restoration Group at Long Beach Aug 1, 1986.  Reported
acquired by USAF Museum in 1987.  Believed on static display at
March AFB.  Aircraft owned by David Tallichet
but loaned to March AFB Museum.
30213 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Long Beach, CA 23 Aug 1946
30214 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ761.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30215 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ762.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30216 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ763.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30217 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ764.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service
30218 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ765.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30219 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ766.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30220 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ767.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30221 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ768.  SOC Feb 3, 1947
30222 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ769.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
30223 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ770.  SOC Nov 29, 1946
30224 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ771.  Not delivered to RAF
30225 to Brazil Jul 25, 1947
30226 reclamation completed Des Moines Airport, Iowa 21 Aug 1945
30227 (TB-25J) crashed on Cold Mountain, NC Sep 13, 1946.  5 killed, including
MGen Paul Wurtsmith.  Wurtsmith AFB is named after him.
30231 (TB-25J) Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 20 May 1946
30232 (TB-25J) to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 23 May 1946.  Later became N9656C.
30233 (TB-25J) crash landed in bad weather at Buffalo Apt, NY Feb 15, 1945.
30234 to RCAF as 5269 in 1953.
30236 (TB-25J) crashlanded 3 mi S of Enid, OK Jan 16, 1945,
reclamation completed Enid AAF 29 Jan 1945
30237 (TB-25J) crashlanded 8 mi E of Coldwater, KS Dec 29, 1945.
30239 to RCAF as 5270 in 1953.
30240 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Robbins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30241 (TB-25J) to RFC Walnut Ridge 4 Apr 1946
30242 to Brazil Sep 22, 1947
30243 to TB-25J Apr 1946.  Redesignated CB-25J Feb 1953.  Modified as TB-25N
Oct 1954.  To civil registry as N9622C.  Re-registered as N17666 Feg 1967.  To Victory
Air Museum Mundelein, IL.  Sold to commercial user, dismantled for restoration at 
Kissimmee, FL under ownership of Darly Greenameyer.  Traded to USMC Museum,
Quantico, VA.  Sent to Pampa, TX on loan from USMC Museum.  Returned to USMC Museum in 2002.
30244 Lockbourne AAF surveyed 22 Jan 1945
30245 to Brazil Sep 18, 1947
30246 to Brazil Sep 11, 1947
30248 to Brazil Sep 12, 1947
30249 to Chile Oct 15, 1947
30252 to Chile in 1947 as 801 
30253 (TB-25J, HQ Sqn, 52nd ABG) force landedat McGuire AFB, NJ
Aug 29, 1950.
30254 to RCAF as 5211 in 1951.  Became CF-MWC
as a fire bomber by G&M Aircraft,
Alberta.  To Vintage Wings in June 1995 as
N41123.  Now at Aero Trader for a long-term
Restoration.
30256 reclamation completed Hunter AAF 24 Feb 1945
30257 reclamation completed 15 Jan 1948
30258 condemned flak 1 Aug 1945
30259 to RCAF as 5276 in 1953
30260 condemned MIA 6 Jun 1945
30261 condemned missing 21 Aug 1945
30262 condemned salvage obsolete 13 Nov 1945
30263/30265 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30266 reclamation completed South Plains AAF 17 Apr 1947
30267 to RCAF as 5200.
30269 to Uruguayan AF as 150 9 Nov 1949
30272 to Chile in 1947 as 802  
30273 to Chile in 1947 as 803.  Also listed as going to Uruguaysn AF as 151 Nov 9, 1949.  
30274 to Chile in 1947 as 804 
30280 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949 
30281 condemned enemy action 20 Jun 1945. Also listed as reclamation completed 
Clark FEA, PI 13 Jul 1949
30282 to civil registry as N5864V
30283/30285 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30286 condemned enemy action 21 Jun 1945
30287/30291 reclamation completed 22 Sep 1947
30296 to Peru in 1947.
30302 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
crated at Atlanta, GA
30304 to RCAF as 5208 in 1951.
30306 condemned combat 8 Aug 1945
30307 condemned crash 7 May 1945
30308 condemned salvage due to accident 16 Jul 1945
30309 reclamation completed Peterson AAF, CO 7 Jun 1946
30310 reclamation completed 30 Mar 1948
30311 to Brazil in 1946/47
30312 Atlantic ATC diverted to FLC 15 Sep 1947
30313 reclamation completed Robbins AFB 23 Mar 1950
30314 to RCAF in Aug 1954.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955
30318 reclamation completed Robbins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30319 converted to VB-25J VIP transport
30321 reclamation completed Robins AFB 2 Jun 1950
30322 (EB-25J) reclamation completed Marietta AAF, GA 24 Apr 1947
30324 converted to TB-25N Sept 1954.  sold Oct 1958 on civilian
market as CF-OND, later N3161G.  Reported with Military Aircraft Restoration Corp as N3161G.
Bought by California user Oct 2007, will be based at South County
airport San Martin, CA and will be restored.
30326 to Cuban AF as 302.  To Uruguayan AF as 163 in Jan 1958
30327 condemned 22 Jan 1945
30328 became N3445G
30331 (TB-25J) Andrews AFB salvaged 11 Sep 1950
30334 reclamation completed Robins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30335 (310th BG) lost Apr 19, 1945.  MACR 14066
30336 condemned ditched 1 Feb 1945
30337 reclamation completed Brookley AB 11 Sep 1950
30339 reclamation completed Robbins AFB 13 Mar 1950
30340 reclamation completed 15 Jan 1948
30341 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30342 condemned salvage obsolete 15 Aug 1947
30343 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30344 (41st BG) lost Jul 10, 1945, North Pacific.
30345 condemned accident not combat related 8 Oct 1945
30346 reclamation completed Greenville AAB 29 Nov 1945
30347 (EB-25J) reclamation completed Langley AFB 16 Mar 1948
30348 to Brazil Sep 30, 1947.  Another possible conflict! According to an article in a 1990 issue of 
'FlyPast' magazine, this aircraft went to Cuban AF with serial 305, and from 
them to Uruguayan AF
30350 to Brazil Jul 3, 1947
30351 to Brazil Sep 30, 1947
30352 reclamation completed Grenier AB 18 Aug 1947
30353/30356 to USN as PBJ-1J 35821/35824
30358 to Colombia Mar 27, 1947
30359 to RCAF as 5275 in 1953
30360 to Peru Mar 7, 1947.
30361 to Peru Mar 7, 1947.
30363 converted to TB-25J. On static display at SAC Museum, Bellevue, Nebraska.
30366 to RCAF as 5280 in 1953
30369 to Venezuela May 3, 1949 - on display as FAV 56-B-40
at Museo Aeronatutico, Maracay
30372/30374 to Chile 15 oct 1947
30375 to RCAF as 5271 in 1953.
30377 became N9613C.  Crashed in Washington while firebombing
Jul 26, 1960.
30378 reported 1973 at Aircraft Industries Museum, Louisville, KY
30380 reclamation completed Andrews AB 17 Sep 1946
30381 reclamation completed Andrews AFB 13 Mar 1950
30384 to Peru Mar 7, 1947.
30385 reclamation completed Andrews AB 17 Sep 1946
30386 converted to TB-25N.  To N9156Z.  Broken up at Tucson, rear
fuselage reported there Nov 1969
30388 reclamation completed Cincinnati, OH 1 Apr 1946
30389 (TB-25J, HQ Sqn, 25th ABG) crashed 4 mi SW of Iowa City, IA
Feb 10,1951, reclamation completed Chanute AFB 13 Feb 1951
30390 to RCAF in Aug 1954.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955.
30391 to RCAF as 5207 in 1951
30391 to NEIAF as N5-257 (conflict here)
30392 to Chile Oct 17, 1947 as 805  
30393 to RCAF as 5201 Jun 29, 1951.  SOC May 23, 1962.  Became
N92873, then N522DB
30395 (TB-25J) crashed 1 mi E of Andrews AFB, MD Apr 8, 1951.
30397 to Colombia Mar 27, 1947
30398 to Peru Mar 7, 1947.
30399 to NEIAF as N5-258 - Now on static
display at Indonesian Armed Forces
Museum, Jakarta as M-458.
30401 to Chile Oct 15, 1947 as 806. 
30402 to RCAF as 5209 in 1951
30403 to Peru Mar 7, 1947.
30406 to Brazil Sep 27, 1947
30408 to Colombia Mar 27, 1947
30409 reclamation completed Grand Isle, LA 2 Oct 1946
30411 to Venezuela Aug 28, 1947.
30412 to Chile Oct 15, 1947 as 807. 
30413 to Chile Oct 15, 1947 as 808. 
30416 to Chile Oct 15, 1947 as 809.  
30418 to Peru Mar 7, 1947.
30421 to RCAF as 5272 in 1953.  Became CF-OVN, then N7674
30423 (MSN 108-33698) to TB-25J, to EB-25J, to JB-25J.  Now with Planes 
of Fame Air Museum, Chino, CA. as N3675G "Photo Fanny".
Used in filming of *Pearl Harbor*.
30428 Chile condemned salvage & reclamation 14 Feb 1947
30433 to Venezuela in 1947/49.  Diverted to Military Intellingence 4 Sep 1946
30439 to RCAF in Aug 1954.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955.
30442 to RCAF in Aug 1954.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955.
30444 (MSN 108-33719, TB-25M) to RCAF in Aug 1954.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955
Now on display at General Mitchell Field, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
30445 to Chile Oct 15, 1947 as 810. 
30449 to RCAF in Aug 1954.  Returned to USAF Jun 1955.
30455 to Brazil May 23, 1947
30456 converted to TB-25N.  Now airworthy at Breckenridge, TX as N43BA.  Formerly C-GTTS and
N3512.  N125PF reserved Jun 15, 2007, taken up Aug 11, 2007.
30461 to Uruguay as 152 9 Nov 1949
30465 to Chile Oct 15, 1947  
30467 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30470 became N3443G. Crashed on landing at Turners Falls, Orange, MA
Sep 8, 1970.
30474 (TB-25J) crashed at Highland Springs, VA Jul 16, 1951.
30475 to RCAF as 5231 Nov 28, 1951.  SOC Jun 20, 1963.  Became N92884.
30478 to RCAF as 5219 in 1951.  Became N9754Z.  Wrecked at NAS Barbers
Point, HI Mar 1969 during filming of "Tora Tora Tora"
30479 to RCAF as 5213 in 1951.  Became N8012
30481 to RCAF as 5214 in 1951
30483 to RCAF as 5217 in 1951.  Became N92887
30484 to RCAF as 5250 May 9, 1952.  SOC Nov 22, 1961.  Became
N92882.  Impounded at Port-au-Prince, Haiti by Mar 1974 and
derelict there by Sep 1976.
30485 to RCAF as 5215 in 1951
30487 to Venzuela 3 May 1949
30490/30492 to Russia Mar 1945
30493 converted to TB-25N.  On static display at Malmstrom AFB.  A hard nose was mounted so
that it reflects a J model..  N9451Z *Catch 22* aircraft.  
30494/30503 to Russia Mar 1945
30504 to NEIAF as N5-250
30505 to NEIAF as N5-256
30506 to NEIAF as N5-251
30507 to NEIAF as N5-252
30508 to NEIAF as N5-253 - stuck off charge 7/45
30509/30531 to USN as PBJ-1J 35798/35820
30535 converted to TB-25N.  On static display at Liberal Air
Museum, KS. as N9462Z.  Reported 1984 at Ada Aircraft Museum,
Oklahoma City, OK
30540 reclamation completed Brookley AFB, AL 22 Nov 1949
30541 excess inventory list 4 Jul 1945 
30543 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 21 Apr 1946
30544 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 16 Apr 1946
30545 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 24 Apr 1946
30546/30547 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 17 Apr 1946
30548 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD 7 May 1946
30549/30550 to reclamation completed 22 Sep 1947
30551 to reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30552 reclamation completed 22 Sep 1947
30553 (345th BG) lost May 26, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14515
30554 condemned flak 3 Aug 1945
30555 diverted to Chinese AF 15 Apr 1946
30556 diverted to Chinese ADO 26 Dec 1945
30557 diverted to Chinese AF 15 Apr 1946
30558 condemned salvage 4 Jan 1946
30559 condemned AAA 30 Mar 1945
30560 to excess inventory list 1 Aug 1946
30561 condemned accident not combat related 20 Dec 1945
30562 reclamation completed 13 Jul 1949
30567 (345th BG) lost Aug 12, 1945, SW Pacific.
30585 became N9610C
30593 to Uruguayan AF as 153 in 1950
30595 (TB-25J) damaged in bird strike and force lande at Walker
AFB, NM Apr 12, 1950.
30596 (TB-25J) force landed at Enid AAF, OK Nov 4, 1945.
30599 to RCAF 5266 in 1953.
30601 to RCAF 5259 in 1953.
30604 to Uruguayan AF as 154 in 1950
30606 converted to TB-25N.  Airworthy at Carson City, NV as N201L.  Ex N5249V. 
30607 converted to TB-25N.  To civil registry as N9582Z
30612 to RCAF 5264 in 1953.
30613 converted to TB-25N.  Became N9086Z
30614 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30615 to RCAF 5263 in 1953.
30619 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30623 in midair collision and crashed 15 mi SW of Tuskegee, AL
Dec 3, 1945.
30625 to RCAF 5267 in 1953.
30626 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30627 to Venezuela in 1947/49. Now crated
at Atlanta, Ga and is restorable.
30629 to RCAF 5265 in 1953.
30630 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30631 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30633 (TB-25J) crashed in badweather 6 mi W Of Wilkes-Barre, PA
Dec 1, 1945.
30635 converted to TB-25N.  On display at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, Illinois as 40-2270 of the Doolitle Raiders.
30638 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30639 to RCAF 5261 in 1953.
30641 to RCAF as 5257 Dec 19, 1952.  SOC Jan 4, 1962.  Became CF-NTS
30645 to RCAF 5268 in 1953.
30646 was one of 5 converted to trainers for B-29 radar crewmen using the AN/APQ-7 "EAGLE" antenna, which was mounted
under fuselage and consisted of an airfoil 18 feet long.
Also reportedly used at Wright Field as experimental radar vehicle with APS-4
30647 (TB-25J) crashlanded at Valdosta Apt, GA Mar 19, 1945.
30649 converted to TB-25N.  Was ex N9452Z *Catch 22* aircraft.  Now on display at Maxwell AFB Museum, Montgomery, Alabama
marked as 42-53373 'Poopsie'
30652 to RCAF 5262 in 1953.
30662 (TB-25J) crashlanded at Chanute AFB, IL Dec 9, 1950.
30667 to civil registry as N9582Z. 
30676 (TB-25J) damaged in ground collision at Douglas AAF, AZ
Oct 22, 1945.
30678 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30680/30684 Lend-Lease to USSR
30690 converted to TB-25N.  To N7707C.  Crashed and destroyed by fire
when landing in snow at Sitka, AK Jan 24, 1968
30692 became N9623C
30702 (TB-25J) crashlanded 5 mi SW of Enid, OK May 30, 1945.
30703/30710 to USN as PBJ-1J 35830/35837
30716/30718 to USN as PBJ-1J 35838/35840
30721 became N5455V.  Scrapped in Florida sometime prior to 1970.
30713 to Uruguayan AF as 155 in 1950.
30730 to Venezuela in 1947/49.
30731 (TB-25J) forcelanded in bad weather at Vance AFB, OK Feb 19, 1951.
30733 converted to TB-25N.  To N9088Z.  Crashed at Fairbanks, AK
Jun 27, 1969.
30734 (MSN 108-34009) to TB-25N.  Still airworthy at Niagra Falls, NY as
N9079Z.  Sold to Rag Wings and Radial Aircraft Leasing of Wilmington, 
DE Feb 1999.
30735 to Uruguayan AF as 157 in 1950
30736 (TB-25J, 3575th MandS Goup, 3577th Maintenance Squadron) crashed Nov 17, 1950
1 mi SW of Kegelman AFB after throttle linkage failed on right engine on takeoff.
Crew suffered minor injuries.
30737 converted to TB-25N.  To N9446Z.  Crashed at Midway Airport,
Chicago Aug 6, 1976.  2 crew killed.
30743 to Uruguayan AF as 158 in 1950
30748 (MSN 108-34023) converted to TB-25N.  Under restoration at San Fernando,
CA as N8195H.   Ex N3447G.  Was *Catch 22* aircraft.  In 2015 was on display at Erickson Aircraft
Collection, Tillamook, Oregon.
30753 (TB-25J) crashed due to structural failure 6 mi SE of
Reese AFB, TX Jun 8, 1951.
30756 converted to TB-25N.  Now in storage at Aero Trader, Chino, CA as N9936Z
30761 converted to TB-25J.  To Air Museum, Ontario CA as N3398G.
Reported derelict by 1970s and subsequently scrapped.  Residual
airframe sold in 1987 to Aero Traders.  In 1990 was reported as
being airworthy with Planes of Fame at Chino, CA as N3398G
30772 became N9076Z.  Impounded at President Stroesser Airport,
Ascuncion, Paraguay Mar 1972.  Still derelict there in 1983.
30779 reported 1973 displayed in park at Odessa, TX
30783 to Brazil in 1946/47
30784 to Brazil in 1946/47
30785 (TB-25J) crashed in bad weaterh 60 mi E of Tucumcari, NM
Apr 15, 1950.
30786 to RCAF as 5281 in 1953
30787 to Brazil in 1946/47
30788 (TB-25J) collided on ground with 44-30825 at Tuskegee AAF,
AL Oct 19, 1945.
30791 to RCAF as 5273 in 1953.
30793/30799 Lend-Lease to USSR
30801 converted to TB-25N.  Was *Catch 22* aircraft N3699G.  Airworthy at Van Nuys, CA as N30801. Currently
owned by Ed Schepft as N3699G.
30804 Lend-Lease to USSR 
30805 crashed in San Gorgonio Mountains of Califormia in 1956.
30806/30811 Lend-Lease to USSR
30812 to RCAF as 5202 in 1951.  SOC off RCAF charge Nov 12, 1963 and became
N8014.  To Venezuelan AF as 15B40
30816/30819 Lend-Lease to USSR
30823 converted to TB-25N.  As N1042B, used as camera ship by Tallmantz Aviation in the US and later by 
Aces High Ltd in England.  Was *Catch 22* camera plane.  Now airworthy with Aces High,
North Weald, Essex, UK.  By 1997 was back in USA (still as N1042B) with World Jet Inc
of Fort Lauderdale, FL
30825 (TB-25J) collided on ground with 44-30788 at Tuskegee AAF, AL Oct 19, 1945.
30827 (TB-25J, HQ Sqdn, 7th ABG) crashlanded at Carswell AFB, TX
Jul 20, 1950.
30828 to RCAF 5260 in 1953.
30832 converted to TB-25N.  In 1996 was with Amjet Aircraft Corp at Annoka County AP, MN as N3155G.
In 2005 with Historic Aeroplane Works, Inc, Roanoake IN with same registration.
30849/30851 to USN as PBJ-1J 35877/35879
30854 (TB-25N, later JB-25J) at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida, painted as Doolittle's
B-25B (40-2344).  It was the last B-25 in
the USAF inventory, having been retired in 1959.  It had been on display
at Valparaiso/Niceville, FL between 1962 and 1973.  
30856 to USN as PBJ-1J 35880
30860 (TB-25J) damaged in bird strike and crashlanded 4 mi N of
Vance AFB, OK
30861 (MSN 108-35186) to civilian registry as N9089Z.  Use to film *The War Lover*
and *633 Squadron*.  Abandoned at Biggin hill after filming work.
In 1983 the registration G-BKXW was reserved, but was never taken up; 
the aircraft remained N9089Z.  Acquired by Aces High in 1984 and
moved by road to North Weald.  Put on static display at North
Weald, Essex, UK.  After sitting there since 1987, aircraft was moved to
Wycombe Air Park Mar 2006 for restoration to static display.
30868 became N5242 V
30875 (TB-25J) crashlanded at Vance AFB, OK Jan 19, 1950.
30878 to Uruguayan AF as 169 in 1950
30879 Lend-Lease to USSR
30880 (TB-25J) crashed on takeoff at Douglas AAF, AZ Jun 22, 1945.
30882 became N92890
30884/30887 Lend-Lease to USSR
30888 to RAAF as A47-40. Crashed 10/45
30889 to RAAF as A47-41. SOC 3/50
30890 to RAAF as A47-42. SOC 3/50
30895 to RAAF as A47-43. SOC 3/50
30896 to RAAF as A47-44. SOC 3/50
30897 to RAAF as A47-45. SOC 3/50
30900 to NEIAF as N5-254 - ditched 11/45
30902 to NEIAF as N5-266 - SOC 1946
30903 to NEIAF as N5-255 - crashed 9/45
30910 to Chile in 1946 as 812.  Crashed during delivery flight.
44-33868 ... 44-34097
Canadian Vickers OA-10A Catalina 
Canadian-built Catalina (PBV-1A) from Navy contract (BuNo 67832/68061, MSN CV304/CV608) delivered to USAAF.  
Survivors redesignated A-10A in 1948.
33868 (MSN CV304) ex USN BuNo 67832.  To Chile AF as 405, later 560,
named "Manu-Tara".  Crashed in Penuelas Lake during crew training
flight Jun 15, 1961 and SOC Jul 21, 1961
33869 (MSN CV305) ex USN BuNo 67833.  To N67134
33870 (MSN CV306)
33871 (MSN CV307) es USN BuNo 67903.  To Cuban AF as 191
33872 (MSN CV322)
33873 (MSN CV323)
33874 (MSN CV324) ex USN BuNo 67838.  To RCAF as 11068, then to Brazil as FAB 6523.  Discharged 1968.
33875 (MSN CV325) (2nd ERS) destroyed during Japanese air raid on Morotai Nov 25, 1944.
33876 (MSN CV326)
33877 (c/v CV327) (2nd ERS) ran out of fuel due to enemy action near Morotai Oct 26, 1944
and crashlanded in open sea
33878 (MSN CV328).
33879 (MSN CV330)
33880 (MSN CV332, ex BuNo 67844). Became TF-RVR, then CF-FKV, then F-WMKS, then No 32 of 
French Navy, then F-YCHB.  Bought by Chile in 1973, owned by ASPAR of Chile as water 
bomber.  Sold in 1990 to Aerocondor of Peru as water bomber and operated as CC-CDT (but CC indicates Chile)
33881 (MSN CV334) .
33882 (MSN CV336) ex USN BuNo 67846.  TO RCAF as 11072, then to Brazil as FAB 6526.  Discharged 1982.
33883 (MSN CV338) 
33884 (MSN CV340, ex BuNo 67848).  
33885 (MSN CV342) crashed into wave on takeoff after rescue near Balikpapan, Borneo Jun 25, 1945 with
14 on board.  3 were killed and ship sank after 40 minutes.
33886 (MSN CV344)
33887 (MSN CV346) 
33888 (MSN CV348)
33889 (MSN CV350) lost Oct 13, 1944, SW Pacific.
33890 (MSN CV352)
33891 (MSN CV354)
33892 (MSN CV356)
33893 (MSN CV358)
33894 (MSN CV360)
33895 (MSN CV362)
33896 (MSN CV364)
33997 (MSN CV366)
33998 (MSN CV368)
33999 (MSN CV370)
33900 (MSN CV372)
33901 (MSN CV374)
33902 (MSN CV376)
33903 (MSN CV378)
33904 (MSN CV380)
33905 (MSN CV382)
33906 (MSN CV384)
33907 (MSN CV386) ex BuNo 67871. to civil registry as XY-ABX, VR-HEV and cancelled Dec 15, 1950.  Impounded in China.
33908 (MSN CV388) with 4th ERS landed at sea to rescue crew of ditched B-29 May 29, 1945.  On takeoff,
aircraft hit a wave and damaged left engine and prop flew off, injuring pilot.  US submarine Tigrone
SS-419 answered distress call and recovered both crews.  Tigrone sunk damaged PBY with gunfire.
Injured pilot died on sub and 3 of B-29 crew were lost in ditching.
33909 (MSN CV390)
33910 (MSN CV392)
33911 (MSN CV394)
33912 (MSN CV396) ex BuNo 67876.  To C-131
33913 (MSN CV398)
33914 (MSN CV400)
33915 (MSN CV402) landed in North Sea Mar 30, 1945 to rescue pilot of downed
P-51D but unable to take off due to engine problems.  Strafed
and sunk by Me 262s the next day.  All occupants escaped.  The
PBY currently flying in this color scheme is actually G-PBYA,
a Canadian-built aircraft with no US service.
33916 (MSN CV404)
33917 (MSN CV406) (5th ERS) damaged on landing Mar 30, 1945 in North Sea while on rescue mission.  Later sank.  Crew
rescued by ARS launch. 
33918 (MSN CV408)
33919 (MSN CV410)
33920 (MSN CV412)
33921 (MSN CV414) ex BuNo 67885.  To Colombian AF
33922 (MSN CV416) ex BuNo 67886.  To Colombian AF
33923 (MSN CV418)
33924 (MSN CV420) ex BuNo 67888.  To CF-NCJ.  Wfu 1973
33925 (MSN CV422) ex BuNo 67889.  To NC95494, C-43E, HK-43E, VP-BAB,
to CF-HGE in 1956.  W/o Sep 13, 1962 at Sept Isles
33926 (MSN CV424)
33927 (MSN CV426) 
33928 (MSN CV428)
33929 (MSN CV430) ex BuNo 67893.  To CF-NJC
33930 (MSN CV432)
33931 (MSN CV434)
33932 (MSN CV436)
33933 (MSN CV438)
33934 (MSN CV440)
33935 (MSN CV442)
33936 (MSN CV444)
33937 (MSN CV446)
33938 (MSN CV448) 
33939 (MSN CV450) ex BuNo 67835.  To Cuban AF as 190
33940 (MSN CV451)
33941 (MSN CV452)
33942 (MSN CV453) 
33943 (MSN CV454)
33944 (MSN CV455)
33945 (MSN CV456)
33946 (MSN CV457)
33947 (MSN CV458)
33948 (MSN CV459)
33949 (MSN CV460)
33950 (MSN CV461)
33951 (MSN CV462)
33952 (MSN CV463)
33953 (MSN CV464)
33954 (MSN CV465) ex US Navy 67918.  Now as Alaskan Historical Museum,
Anchorage, AK as N44BY.  Aircraft had been recovered from Dago Lake,
whether abandoned there or sunk is not certain.
33955 (MSN CV466) 
33956 (MSN CV467)
33957 (MSN CV468)
33958 (MSN CV469)
33959 (MSN CV470)
33960 (MSN CV471)
33961 (MSN CV472)
33962 (MSN CV473)
33963 (MSN CV474) crashed 4 mi NNE of NAS Kaneohe, HI Aug 8, 1946.  8 killed.
33964 (MSN CV475) 
33965 (MSN CV476) ex BuNo 67929.  Lend-Lease to RAF as FT997. Operated by 45 Group RAF based in Canada 
for air-sea rescue support for transatlantic ferry flights. Returned to USAAF. To Peru AF as 379
33966 (MSN CV477) Lend-Lease to RAF as FT998.   Operated by 45 Group RAF based in Canada for air-sea 
rescue support for transatlantic ferry flights.  To Canadian AF as FT998.  To Argentine Navy as 2-P-11.
WFU Sep 1947.
33967 (MSN CV478) Lend-Lease to RAF as FT999. Operated by 45 Group RAF based in Canada for air-sea rescue support 
for transatlantic ferry flights.
33968 (MSN CV479)
33969 (MSN CV480)
33970 (MSN CV481)
33971 (MSN CV482)
33972 (MSN CV483) ex US Navy 67936.  Now as C-GFFC with SLAFCO at Moses Lake, WA.
33973 (MSN CV484)
33974 (MSN CV485)
33975 (MSN CV486)
33976 (MSN CV487)
33978 (MSN CV488)
33978 (MSN CV489) ex BuNo 67942.  To N67135, XB-GET
33979 (MSN CV490)
33980 (MSN CV491)
33981 (MSN CV492)
33982 (MSN CV493)
33983 (MSN CV494) 
33984 (MSN CV495)
33985 (MSN CV496)
33986 (MSN CV497)
33987 (MSN CV498)
33988 (MSN CV499)
33989 (MSN CV500) ex BuNo 67953.  To N79910
33990 (MSN CV5010
33991 (MSN CV502) ex BuNo 67955.  To Peruvian AF as 378
33992 (MSN CV503)
33993 (MSN CV504)
33994 (MSN CV505)
33995 (MSN CV506)
33996 (MSN CV507) ex BuNo 67960.  To Colombian AF
33997 (MSN CV508)
33998 (MSN CV509)
33999 (MSN CV510)
34000 (MSN CV511) (ASR/20AF) MIA 8/13/45 PAC
34001 (MSN CV512)
34002 (MSN CV513)
34003 (MSN CV514) 
34004 (MSN CV515)
34005 (MSN CV516)
34006 (MSN CV517)
34007 (MSN CV518)
34008 (MSN CV519) was US Navy 67972.  To Pacific Overseas Airlines (Siam) in
1949 as HS-PC205.  Damaged Macao Jul 9, 1949.  Reregistered as HS-POD in 1951.  To Thai Airways 
Nov 1, 1951 as XT-1401.  Later sold to Civil Air transport and became VT-DID.  Damaged beyond 
repair Aug 22, 1961.
34009 (MSN CV520) ex US Navy 67973.  Became N62043, then CF-IWC, then F-WMKR, then 
No 20 of French Navy, call sign F-YCHA, then CC-CDU.  Now CC-CGY with Aeroservicio
Parraque Ltda, ASPAR, Chile.  Also reported as having BuNo 67993.  Donated
about 1993 to Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio de Chile
and restored to represent Chilean AF 405 "Manu-Tara" (ex 44-33868).
34010 (MSN CV521)
34011 (MSN CV522)
34012 (MSN CV523) ex BuNo 67976.   (5th BG) MIA Jun 5, 1945, S Pacific.
Also listed as going to Colombian AF as 612, later HK-2115X.
34013 (MSN CV524) ex BuNo 67977.  To Colombian AF
34014 (MSN CV525)
34015 (MSN CV526)
34016 (MSN CV527)
34017 (MSN CV528) damaged at Keesler Field, MS Jul 10, 1946
34018 (MSN CV529) damaged while parked from taxying B-17G 44-8912
Mar 7, 1945.
34019 (MSN CV530) transferred to French Navy
34020 (MSN CV531) ex BuNo 67984.  To Peru AF as 381
34021 (MSN CV532)
34022 (MSN CV533)
34023 (MSN CV534) attached to 1536 AAFBU Hollandia/NGU suffered
a mechanical failure May 22, 1945 at Sentani Strip (Hollandia).
Jun 2, 1945 suffered damage from a bird strike.
MIA Jun 12, 1945 108 mi SW of Anguar Island in South Pacific.
34024 (MSN CV535) damaged while landing at Broe Bay, Noemfoor Island,
Netherland East Indies Aug 30, 1945.
34025 (MSN CV536) 
34026 (MSN CV537)
34027 (MSN CV538)
34028 (MSN CV539)
34029 (MSN CV540)
34030 (MSN CV541)
34031 (MSN CV542) ex BuNo 67995.  to civil registry as XY-ABH in 1947
34032 (MSN CV543)
34033 (MSN CV544)
34034 (MSN CV545)
34035 (MSN CV546)
34036 (MSN CV547)
34037 (MSN CV548)
34038 (MSN CV549)
34039 (MSN CV550)
34040 (MSN CV551)
34041 (MSN CV552) to US Coast Guard as 041 by Feb 1949
34042 (MSN CV553)
34043 (MSN CV554)
34044 (MSN CV555)
34045 (MSN CV556)
34046 (MSN CV557)
34047 (MSN CV558)
34048 (MSN CV559)
34049 (MSN CV560) ex BuNo 68013.  To civil registry CV-GLX, N3000T (ntu).
In 1990 was C-FGLX, up for sale.  Was purchased by user in Orange County, CA for use
as a water bomber as N322FA.  Was wrecked near Ramona, CA Aug 1, 1997 during a water scooping pass. Separate
pieces of the aircraft were later salvaged and stored at Riverside-March Air Museum.  Noted still there 
Sep 2000.  Noted at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Jan 2009, still there Mar 2011.
34050 (MSN CV561) MIA 6/21/1945, SW Pacific
34051 (MSN CV562)
34052 (MSN CV563)
34053 (MSN CV564)
34054 (MSN CV565) transferred to RAAF and sold in 1950.
34055 (MSN CV566)
34056 (MSN CV567)
34057 (MSN CV568)
34058 (MSN CV569)
34059 (MSN CV570) condemned for salvage Sep 30, 1945 after accident.
34060 (MSN CV571)
34061 (MSN CV572)
34062 (MSN CV573)
34063 (MSN CV574) transferred to French Navy
34064 (MSN CV575)
34065 (MSN CV576) condemned for salvage Jul 1, 1946
34066 (MSN CV577) Suppled to Egypt Oct 1946, later to civil registry as XY-ABY
34067 (MSN CV578)
34068 (MSN CV579) crashed near Marrak, Greenland Aug 9, 1945 with 1st Arctic Search and Rescue Squadron.
All aboard killed.
34069 (MSN CV580)
34070 (MSN CV581)
34071 (MSN CV582)
34072 (MSN CV583) ex BuNo 68036.  to civil registry as XY-ABW
34073 (MSN CV584) 
34074 (MSN CV585)
34075 (MSN CV586)
34076 (MSN CV587)
34077 (MSN CV588) ex BuNo 68041.  To XY-ABY, to XT-147
34078 (MSN CV589)
34079 (MSN CV590)
34080 (MSN CV591) shot down in Tokyo Bay 8/13/1945.  One crew member survived.
34081 (MSN CV592) ex BuNo 68045.   To Cathay Pacific Airways Nov 1946, then operated by Macau Air Transport 1948-1962
as VR-HDH.  Sold to Trans Australian Airlines
in 1962 as VH-SBV.  WFU May 1966.
Remained derelict until imported from New
Guinea into New Zealand in 1979.  Now 
undergoing restoration by RNZAF Museum.
34082 (MSN CV593) ex BuNo 68046.  To civil registry as PI-C258, VR-HDS, VT-DEX, SE-XAD, SE-BUB,
VP-KKJ, N1508V
34083 (MSN CV594)
34084 (MSN CV595)
34085 (MSN CV596)
34086 (MSN CV597)
34087 (MSN CV598)
34088 (MSN CV599)
34089 (MSN CV600)
34090 (MSN CV601)
34091 (MSN CV602)
34092 (MSN CV603)
34093 (MSN CV604) ex BuNo 68057.  To Chile AF as 406, later 561,
34094 (MSN CV605, ex BuNo 68058) to civilian registry as NC65715,
then TF-RNG, then CF-DFB, finally C-FDFB and is preserved at 
Botwood, Newfoundland. 
34095 (MSN CV606)
34096 (MSN CV607) crashed 25 mi SW of Grants, NM Aug 1, 1945 while on flight from Hunter Field, GA to Mather Field, CA.
All 7 onboard killed
34097 (MSN CV608)
44-61510 ... 44-61609
Boeing B-29A-35-BN Superfortress
MSN 10987/11086
61510 w/o May 11, 1948 in crash 125 mi NW of Dharan, Saudi Arabia due to engine failure.  9 lost.
61517 w/o Aug 3, 1950 in belly landing at Castle AFB, CA
61523 (328th CCTS) crashed 7 mi S of Wendowee, AL Sep 9, 1945. MACR 15431.  All 10 crew killed, 2 injured on ground.
61525 (444th BG, 677th BS) landed at North Field, Iwo Jima May 25, 1945 while returning from mission to Japan.
No crew were injured, but aircraft suffered major battle damage and was salvaged.
61527 seen at Pyote Aircraft Storage Depot, Texas.
61528 to F-13A
61529 w/o Apr 2, 1951 in crash 20 mi ENE of Desert Center, California
61530 (500th BG, 882nd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Saipan Jul 15, 1945.  All 11 crew survived, but aircraft
was destroyed.
61531 to F-13A
61533 to F-13A
61535 reportedly used in rebuild of 44-70064 at Casle AFB Museum, California.
61538 w/o May 1, 1952 in crash in sea 27 mi WNW of Tarpon, Florida.  7 lost, 7 survived.
61554 (40th BG, 45th BS) MIA Aug 30, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14898
61555 (MSN 11032) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
61558 (MSN 11035, 6th BG, 24th BS, "Jake's Jernt"/"Porcupine") lost on Operation Sunset ferry flight Mar 11, 1946 after
takeoff from Kwajalein to Oahu leg when suffered runaway prop and engine fire.  Ditched in 20-30 feet waves 30-35
mi from Kwajalein, aircraft broke up and sank.  6 survived, 6 lost.  MACR 15621.
61559 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF511 Mar 10, 1951.  Returned to USAF Aug 31, 1953
61566 to Aberdeen Proving Ground for tests, then to New England Air Museum, Bradley
IAP, CT in 1973.  Now under restoration.
61569 (462nd BG, 768th BS) crashed and burned at West Field, Tinian Jul 18, 1945 while on training mission.
All 15 crew killed, aircraft destroyed by fire.
61573 (468th BG, 792nd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Miyaura Okayama, Japan Jun 29, 1945 while on mission to Okayama, Japan.  
MACR 14691.  All 11 crew were killed.
61574 w/o Jun 20, 1945 in crash on takeoff 7 mi SE of Tampa, Florida
61577 to F-13A.  "Suella J" used during Operation Crossroads as photo aircraft flying out of Kwajalein.
61578 to F-13A
61583 to F-13A			
61584 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF446 Jul 7, 1950.  Returned to USAF Jul 28, 1953
61585 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF506 Jan 19, 2051.  Returned to USAF Jan 4, 1954
61599 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF434 Mar 22, 1950.  W/o May 17, 1951.  To Proof and Experimental
Establishment, Foulness May 8, 1957.  Sold as scrap Aug 8, 1957.
61600 (WB-29A, 53rd WRS) crashed near Kirby Lonsdale, England Oct 25, 1955
44-61610 ... 44-61709
Boeing B-29A-40-BN Superfortress
MSN 11087/11186
61617 off inventory Oct 26, 1950
61618 to reclamation at Hill AFB Nov 17, 1953.
61634 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF439. May 3, 1950.  Returned to USAF Mar 31, 1954
61638 (19th BW, 30th BS) damaged by NKAF YaK-9 Jul 19, 1950.
61640 (WB-29A. 54th SRS (Weather)) lost Feb 26, 1952, 6 killed.  Based at 54th SRS, Andersen AFB, Guam
61642 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF493 Dec 6, 1950.  Returned to USAF Oct 20, 1953.
61649 in landing accident Jun 18, 1945.  All crew survived, unknown if aircraft was repaired.
61656 (19th BW, 30th BS) shot down by MiGs Oct 22, 1950, crew bailed out, plane
crashed into Yellow Sea.
61659 to F-13A
61663 (497th BG, 869th BS) lost from unknown cause in South Pacific Oct 3, 1945.  MACR 14946.  Fate of crew unknown.
61666 (873rd BS, 498th BG) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 while on mission to Osaka Tokyo,
Japan.  MACR 14914.  All 11 crew survived and were rescued.  MACR 14914 has the date of loss Being Sep 4, 1945.
61669 (MSN 11146) used by 22nd BW in Korea, named "Mission Inn". Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA.  
Acquired by USAFM, civil register N3299F.  Loaned to Yesterday's Air Force, Chino CA.  Reported 1978 stored
at Barstow, CA.  Delivered to USAFM at March AFB, CA Aug 5, 1981.  Now on display at March AFB Museum, California
61671 (MSN 11148) reported 1979 acquired by USAFM and at Pease AFB, NH.  Now on display at Whiteman AFB, Missouri, painted
as "The Great Artiste" 44-27353, the plane which flew observation on both atomic bombing missions.
61676 (307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by MiG-15 gunfire over Korea Nov 14, 1950.  Able to make it to Kimpo but crashed
into parked aircraft.  3 crew injured.
61678 w/o Jun 21, 1951 in crash 5 mi N of Cibolo, Texas
61681 crashed Jan 15, 1953.
61688 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF498 Dec 8, 1950.  Returned to USA Jul 22 1953 and
sent to MASDC.
61693 (307th BW) hit by AAA over Pyongyang, North Korea May 7, 1951.
61695 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF496 Dec 6, 1590.  Returned to USAF Mar 22, 1954
61706 damaged Aug 31, 1955 in landing at Hickam AB, Hawaii
44-61710 ... 44-61809
Boeing B-29A-45-BN Superfortress
MSN 11187/11286
61712 w/o Sep 7, 1945 at North Field, Guam
61713 w/o Jul 15, 1948 in crash near Smolan, Kansas due to engine failure.  8 lost, 4 survived.
61714 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF441 Jun 3, 1950.  To Ministry of Supply Sep 16, 1958
(believed for Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness)
61716 w/o Oct 6, 1945, missing over Pacific Ocean
61717 damaged Aug 24, 1945 in taxiing accident at Saipan
61721 w/o Jul 15, 1945 in crash 180 mi NW of St Paul, Minnesota.  Crew bailed out OK
61727 to F-13A.  (RB-29A, 91st SRS) shot down by MiGs, possibly over China or
extreme northern N Korea Jul 4, 1952.  11 of 13 taken POW
61728 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF508 Feb 16, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 5, 1954.
61734 to F-13A
61739 (MSN 11216) reported 1985 stored at Aberdeen Proving 
Ground, MD.  Nose on display at Robins AFB, GA.
61743 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF448 Jul 17, 1950.  Returned to USAF Nov 17, 1953
61747 w/o Mar 29, 1954 in engine filure on takeoff at Lajes, Azores.  6 killed, 9 survived.
61748 (TB-29A) to storage as MASDC Nov 1945.  Returned to service
Jun 1951.  Returned to MASDC late 1954.  Converted to TB-29A
Jul 1955 and briefly returned to service before further
storage at MASDC, but then transferred to US Navy for use
as target tug at China Lake.  Retired and stored there by
1959.  Acquired by Imperial War Museum, left Tucson, AZ
Feb 17, 1980 after renovation and arrived at Duxford Mar 2, 1980.
Now on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK 
registered as G-BHDK, which was assigned Sep 27, 1979.  G-BHDK was
cancelled Feb 29, 1984 as withdrawn from use.
61749 (19th BW, 28th BS) major battle damage Sep 19, 1950.  Lost in
operational accident (19th BW, 30th BS) Nov 7, 1950.
61749 salvaged at Itazuki, Japan Dec 13, 1950.
61751 (19th BW, 93rd BS) crashed 9 mi NW of Kadena AB, Okinawa
Oct 31, 1952.
61775 w/o Jan 26, 1949 in crash 35 mi S off Canary Isles on flight from Dakar to UK.  15 missing.
61776 (98th BW) suffered engine failure on way to target, crew bailed
out N of Kansong Mar 31, 1952.
61780 crashed near Owen, Germany Jun 10, 1955.  All aboard killed.
61782 (73rd BW, 500st BG, 881st BS, "Little Fellow) ended up as target at China Lake NTS, CA.  Scrapped after 1968.
61785 seen at China Lake, CA in mid 1950s.  Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
61786 (58th BW) lost from unknown cause Sept 9, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14905
61787 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF435 Mar 22, 1950.  To Proof and Experimental
Establishment, Foulness Aug 8, 1957
61789 (MSN 11266) Z-38 salvaged Aug 31, 1948, at North Field, Guam.   Hulk used a gunnery school training 
device at Pati Point, Andersen AFB, Guam
61790 to reclamation Jul 14, 1954 at McClellan AFB
61792 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF436 Mar 22, 1950.  To Proof and Experimental
Establishment, Foulness Aug 8, 1957
61796 converted to RB-29 and assigned to 59th Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather, Merced AAF, CA (later renamed Castle AFB)
61797 w/o Dec 3, 1951 in crash into houses near Lowry AFB, Colorado.  8 lost 7 survived.
61801 w/o Jul 30, 1946 Pacific.  Crew bailed out.
61802 (307th BW, 372th BS) shot down by MiGs near Yalu Jan 10, 1953.
44-61810 ... 44-61909
Boeing B-29A-50-BN Superfortress
MSN 11287/11386
61810 to F-13A.  Missing over Sea of Japan Jun 13, 1952.  12 crew
MIA.  Rumors that the plane had been shot
down by Soviet fighters and that the crew had been captured.
61813 to F-13A.  (RB-29A, 31st SRS) damaged by MiGs and crashlanded at Johnson AB,
Japan Nov 9, 1950.
61814 to F-13A
61815 to F-13A.  Shot down by Soviet LA-11 Oct 7, 1952 near Yuri Islands, Kuriles, USSR.
61816 (307th BW, 371st BS) hit by gunfire from MiG-15 over Namsi Airfield, North Korea Oct 23, 1951.  Able to land back at
Kadena AB, All crew survived, but aircraft was DBR.
61817 to F-13A
61818 to F-13A
61819 to F-13A
61822 to F-13A.  Reclaimed Aug 19, 1954.
61823 w/o Oct 11, 1945 in crash Cheyenne Municipal Airport Wyoming
61824 (307th BW, 370th BS) hit by gunfire from MiG-15 over Namsi airfield, North Korea Oct 23, 1951.  Able to fly back to 
Kadena AB, Okinawa.  All crew survived, but aircraft was DBR.
61830 (98th BW) damaged by MiGs while attacking bridge at Kogungong-dong,
Korea Mar 1, 1951.  Transferred to 19th BW, to reclamation
Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
61832 to F-13A
61835 (19th BW, 30th BS) damaged by MiGs, landed at Suwon in Korea Apr 12, 1951.
Crashed 15 min after takeoff Oct 31, 1951 on night mission
61843 to F-13A.  To boneyard at China Lake, CA Jun 1, 1956
61847 to F-13A
61852 to boneyard at China Lake, CA Jun 1, 1956
61854 to F-13A
61855 to F-13A
61856 major components reported moved around 1963 to Proof & Experimental
Establishment, Foulness, England
61857 to F-13A
61858 w/o Aug 24 1946 in crash on takeoff at McChord AB, WA
61860 to F-13A
61862 to F-13A.  W/o Jun 18, 1947 in belly landing at Showaq, Japan
61863 (MSN 11340) noted in 1974 as a target aircraft in US Army Proving Ground, Aberdeen, Maryland.
61866 to F-13A
61867 (106th BW) crashed on training flight near March AFB
2/5/1952.  3 killed.
61872 cnoverted to WB-29, named "Screem'n Meemi" and based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea at Kindley AFB,
Bermuda in 1949.  (98th BW) damaged by AAA during raid on Sinanju, crashlanded at
K-14, Korea Apr 22, 1952.
61883 to RAF as B.1 Washington WF443 Jun 12, 1950.  Returned to USAF Jul 22, 1953
61889 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF499 Dec 11, 1950.  Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954.
61890 (301st BW, 32nd BS) crashed in field 2 mi S of Peterson Field, CO Oct 8, 1948 while
attempting to land and overshot the runway.  All 12 onboard survived,
with pilot suffering slight injuries.
61891 converted to RB-29, named "La Boheme" and assigned to 59th Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather at Merced AAF, CA
(later renamed Castle AFB)
61894 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF502.  Crashed at Llanarmon, Wales, UK Jan 8, 1953
during night exercise.  All ten crew killed.
61895 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF492 Dec 6, 1950.  Returned to USAF Aug 11, 1953.
61902 (19th BG, 28th BS) hit by AAA and MiG-15 gunfire over railway bridge at Kwakson, North Korea Jun 10, 1952.
Able to make it to (K-14) Kimpo air base in South Korea.  Aircraft DBR.
61908 (307th BW, 372nd BW) collided in midair with B-29 44-86392 (307th BW, 371st BS) 5 mi off Bolo Point, Okinawa Feb 1, 1952.  All crew
on 61908 killed, but 86392 landed safely at Kadena
44-61910 ... 44-62009
Boeing B-29A-55-BN Superfortress
MSN 11387/11486
61923 (92nd BG, 325th BS) bombs prematurely exploded at Oki-Gunto, and crashed
near Dogo Island, Japan Jul 13, 1950.
61924 to F-13A
61925 (92nd BG, 327th BS, "Chief Spokane") transferred to 98th BG.  W/o Jan 30, 1952 in engine fire and
crsh landed at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  One lost, 12 survived.
61929 to F-13A.
61930 to F-13A.  (98th BW, 343rd BS) damaged by MiGs and ditched in Wonsan harbor 
Oct 24, 1951.
61931 to F-13A
61932 shot down over North Korea Oct 24, 1951.
61933 to F-13A.  W/o Nov 27, 1951 in crash 3 mi WNW of Winchester, CA.  Crew OK
61934 to F-13A
61937 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW346 Jul 20, 1951.  To Proof and Experimental
Establishment, Foulness as parts Sep 16, 1958.
61938 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF504 Jan 15, 1951.  Returned to USAF Aug 11, 1953
61939 to F-13A
61940 (307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by MiGs and crashed in Yellow Sea Oct 23, 1951.
61945 to F-13A
61946 to F-13A
61947 to F-13A
61948 to F-13A
61951 to F-13A.  To reclamation Aug 26, 1954.
61952 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW345 Jul 20, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 27, 1954
61956 was at Scott AFB, Illinois in 1946
61957 (MSN 11434) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
61960 to F-13A
61961 to F-13A
61962 w/o Apr 7, 1950 in crash 6 mi WSW of Kelly aFB, Texas
61963 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW354 Aug 25, 1951.  Later to RAAF.  Allocated RAAF
serial A76-2 but NTU.  Struck off RAF charge Sep 5, 1956.
61967 (19th BW, 30th BS) shot down by AAA near Kwakson, North Korea Jun 10, 1952.
61968 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW349 Jul 26, 1951.  Hit while parked at Wisley,
England by Valiant WJ954 Jul 29, 1955.  SOC same day.
61969 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF560 Jun 4, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 19, 1954
61974	WB-29. 53rd SRS, Medium, Weather. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952. Named ‘Ramp Vamp’
61975 (MSN 11452) reported 1974 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
Moved 1976 to Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.   Damaged
by tornado Oct 3, 1979 but repaired.  Since 1987 
with New England Air Museum, Bradley Airport, CT.
61978 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF558 Jun 4, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 5, 1954
61981 to F-13A
61982 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF501 Dec 13, 1950.  Returned to USAF Aug 11, 1953
61983 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW347 Oct 14, 1952.  Returned to USAF Mar 16, 1954
61986 to F-13A
61989 to F-13A
61990 to McClellan AFB Apr 1953, to US Navy August 1955
61991 to F-13A
61992 (MSN 11469) to McClellan AFB Apr 1953, to US Navy August 1955.  Reported
1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
61996 to McClellan AFB Jun 1954, off inventory as surplus.
61999 to F-13A, later RB-29A.   With 16th PRS, 91st RG) crashed at Higher Shelf Stones
near Glossop, England Nov 3, 1948 while flying from RAF
Scampton near Lincoln to RAF Burtonwood near Warrington.  All 13 onboard killed.
Major components reported moved around 1963 to Proof & Experimental
Establishment, Foulness, England
62000 to F-13A
62001 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF505 Jan 18, 1951.  Returned to USAF Nov 3, 1953
62003 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF509 Feb 16, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 22, 1954
62005 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF510 Mar 1, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jul 28, 1953
62006 to RAF as Washington WF563 Jun 13, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 15, 1954.  Scrapped at MASDC Nov 1954.
44-62010 ... 44-62109
Boeing B-29A-60-BN Superfortress
MSN 11487/11586
62010 (92nd BG, 326th BS, "Lucky Strike II") transferred to 98th
BG.  To reclamation Sep 8, 1954.
62011 (19th BW, 28th BS) shot down by MiGs 25 mi N. of Pyongyang, North
Korea Dec 30, 1952.
62012 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF497 Dec 8, 1950.  Returned to USAF Nov 3, 1953.
62013 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF549 Apr 16, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 19, 1954.
62014 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF559 Jun 4, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 5, 1954
62016 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF512 Mar 19, 1951.  Returned to USAF Aug 18, 1953
62022 (MSN 11499) to F-13A.  Reported 1975 in storage at NAS
China Lake, CA.  Now at Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, CO.
62027 major components reported moved around 1963 to Proof & Experimental
Establishment, Foulness, England
62030 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF573 Jun 29, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 15, 1954
62031 to RAF as Washington WF553.  Flew into ground at Horncastle, England
in bad weather while on approach to RAF Coningsby Jan 5, 1953. 
62032 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF550 Apr 17, 1951.  Returned to USAF Nov 17, 1953
62037 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF513 Mar 24, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 15, 1954
63039 w/o Sep 29, 1951 in landing at Carswell AFB, Texas
62040	WB-29. 53rd SRS, Medium, Weather. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952
62042 (98th BW, 345th BS, "Vicious Roomer") 2 engines on fire, landed safely Mar 28, 1952.
Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
62043 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF500 Dec 13, 1950.  Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1953
62046 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW344 Jul 16, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954.
62049 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW353 Aug 25, 1951, to RAAF in 1952
as A76-2.  Struck off RAAF charge Sep 5, 1956.  Scrapped at Tocumwal Sep 1957
62050 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF551 Apr 20, 1951.  Returned to USAF Nan 4, 1954
62055 (MSN 11532) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
62058 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW348 Jul 31, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 5, 1954
62062 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF445 Jun 29, 1950.  Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1953
62063 w/o Nov 13, 1947 in crash 30 mi NE of Spokane, WA.  5 lost, 5 survived.
62065 to reclamation Jul 21, 1953 at Hill AFB
62070 civilianized as N4249 with Confederate AF, Harlingen, TX.
Flying with Confederate AF, Midland, TX as *Fifi* N529B.  Was restored with components
from three other B-29s.  
62071 (19th BW, 30th BS) damaged by MiGs, crashlanded at K-14 Oct 27, 1951.
62073 (307th BW, 370th BS) shot down by fighters on night bombing mission
Nov 8, 1952.
62074 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF490 Nov 17, 1950.  Returned to USAF Oct 20, 1953
62076 (MSN 11553) *Hogan's Goat*  92nd BW, 98th BG, 343rd BS Nov 12, 1948 while conducting search for 
missing B-29 &  crew from the 23d Reconnaissance Sq (7 Nov 48) 44-62076 suffered multiple failures 
of Navigation & radio, running low on fuel, ditched in shallow water of
Fais Island near the island of Yap. crew was recovered by Navy PBM
62078 (22nd BW, 33rd BS) crashed at sea Dec 6, 1951 after leaving Lages Field, Azores.
16 on boad, no survivors found.
62079	WB-29. 53rd SRS, Medium, Weather. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952. 
62080	WB-29. 53rd SRS, Medium, Weather. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952. Named ‘Doc Hurricane’
62082 (92nd BG, 326th BS) to reclamation at McClellan AFB Jul 14, 1954
62083 (307th BW, 372nd BS) MIA over China Sea 1/30/52
62084 (92nd BG, 325th BS) shot down by AAA near Wolbong-ni, Korea Sep 9, 1950.
8 MIA, 2 POW.
62088 (MSN 11565) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
62093 converted to ETB-29A for Project Tip Tow, with experimental wing tip
hookups with two EF-84Ds (48-641 and 48-661).  Two of the aircraft
destroyed in crash April 24, 1953.  A coupling and fully-towed flight was
accomplished using the right-handed EF-84B, but no electrical
power was received from the B-29.  The right hand fighter uncoupled
and the left hand fighter coupled with the B-29 and was retracted
in the fully-locked towing position.  The cockpit panel light
indicated that electrical power was available from the B-29, and
as soon as everything was trimmed and stabilized and the automatic
flight control system was activated momentarily from the fighter.
This resulted in a violent pitching motion of the EF-84B causing
it to flip up and inward into the B-29.  The B-29 outer wing
panel crumpled and struck the main B-29 wing spar, shearing
off the F-84 nose section before the two aircraft separated.
B-29 went into steep spiral and crashed into Peconic Bay,
Long Island and the F-84 crashed shortly thereafter.  All
crew members killed.  The left hand fighter was 48-641.  The other 
fighter, having unhooked, presumably landed safely.  Project Tip Tow immediately cancelled.
62098 w/o Jan 21, 1949 in crash 7 mi ENE of Great Falls, Montana after takeoff.  3 killed, 9 survived.
62100 (92nd BG) salvaged Mar 18, 1949, England
62101 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF546 Apr 5, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jul 2, 1953
62102 (92nd BG, 327th BS, "Wright's Delight") transferred to
98th BG.  Crashed Nov 19, 1952, Ch'o-Do Island, North Korea.
62103 to McClellan AFB Apr 1954.  To US Navy Aug 1955.
62105 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF569 Jun 27, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 15, 1954
62106 (98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951.
62108 (98th BW, 343rd BS) crashlanded at Taegu AB after night intruder mission
against Sinanju/Kunu-ri, Korea Apr 10, 1951.
62109 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF561 Jun 4, 1951.  Returned to USAF Dec 1, 1953
44-62110 ... 44-62209
Boeing B-29A-65-BN Superfortress
MSN 11587/11686
62111 (92nd BG, 325th BS) surveyed Dec 18, 1950, Yokota
62112 - forward fuselage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
Rear fuselae reported to have gone to Disney Studios.
62114 (92nd BG) w/o Dec 11, 1947 in crash Medical Lake, Washington.  Surveyed Jun 19, 1948, Spokane, WA
62117 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF557 May 24, 1951.  Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1953
62119 (106th BW) destroyed in midair collision with F4U
off southern CA coast 5/13/1952.  Only six survived.
62120 used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
62123 damaged Jan 30, 1947 in landing at Elmendorf AAF, Alaska
62128 converted to RB-29, named "Warm Front" and assigned to 59th Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather at
Merced AAF, CA (later renamed Castle AFB).  To RAF as Washington B.1 WF495 Dec 6, 1950.  
Handed back to USAF but on delivery flight crashed into Morecambe Bay, off north-west
England in severe icing conditions Jan 26, 1954
62129 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF554 May 22, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 4, 1954.
62134 seen derelict at China Lake Igloos (test site) in 2007.
62135 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF566 Jun 15, 1951.  Returned to USAF Mar 16, 1954
62139 nose and fuselage at Wright Patterson AFB Museum, OH, marked as 44-87657 "Command Decision"
62141 (98th BG) caught fire in flight and crashed near West Walton, England 
Jul 21, 1949 and destroyed by fire.  Crew bailed out
62147 crashed 5 mi NNE of Sequin, TX Oct 19, 1950.  Aircraft dropped out of overcast
and dove into ground.  All 8 crew killed.
62152 (19th BW, 93rd BS) crashed on takeoff from Kadena AB, Nov 15, 1950.
62153 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF545 May 5, 1951.  Returned to USAF Mar 26, 1954
62154 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF548 Apr 9, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jul 28, 1953
62155 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF494 Dec 6, 1950.  Returned to USAF Aug 18, 1953
62157 (375th Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea, Shemya AFB, Alaska) crashed Sep 28, 1948.  4 killed.  Named "Polar Queen".
62159 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF447 Jul 10, 1950.  Returned to USAF Nov 17, 1953
62163 (WB-29A, 2107 AWG, 58th SRS) crashed Nov 23, 1951 at Eielson AFB, Alaska. in landing accident.
62164 crashed it night Apr 3, 1952.  Crew bailed out over a farmer's field 8 mi N, 5.5 mi W of Onaga, Kansas.
The captain died in the crash and one airman was killed when his parachute failed to open.  The suriviving
crew was fired at by the farmer, who believed them to be invading "Ruskies" 
62166 (307th BW, "Fugigmo") crashed near Ocho-o, South Korea due to engine fire Jul 22, 1952.  
62167 (98th BW, 344th BS) crashed near Taegu, South Korea Aug 30, 1952 due to engine fire.
62183 (19th BW, 28th BS) shot down by MiGs during night mission Jun 10, 1952.
62188 (92nd BG, 326th BS "Tremlin Gremlins") to reclamation Jul 14, 1954
at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
62196 to McClellan AFB Mar 1953, off inventory as surplus Aug 1955.
62198 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF491 Nov 17, 1950.  Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1953
62200 (375th Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska) crashed Dec 31, 1947, 9 killed.
62204 (MSN 11681) 310th BW, 380th BS) encountered UFO near Paulette, MS Jun 20, 1952
while on routine training flight.
62207 (98th BW) crashlanded at Ashiya AB Jun 24, 1952.
62208 to RAF as Washington WF514 Apr 2, 1951 .  Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1953.  Went to storage at Davis Monthan Feb 1, 1955.
44-62210 ... 44-62309
Boeing B-29A-70-BN Superfortress
MSN 11687/11786
62213 (92nd BG, transferred to 98th BG) salvaged at Davis Monthan
AFB, AZ Jul 14, 1954.
62214 suffered ground accident sometime in 1954/55 at Eielson AFB in Alaska
and scavenged for spare parts.  Eventually carted to a water-filled gravel 
pit near the base and dumped there.  The wreck is still there, partly
submerged.
62216 to F-13A
62217 to F-13A.  (91st SRS) shot down by MiGs during leaflet dropping mission Jan 13, 1953.
62218 (92nd BG, 326th BS, transferred to 98th BG).  Salvaged
Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
62220 (MSN 11697) reported 1985 stored at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland.  Acquired by USAFM 1988.  
Was on display at Kelly AFB Museum, TX.  When this base was closed, plane was moved to Lackland AFB, Texas.
62222 (MSN 11699) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake,CA.
Forward fuselage reported 1983 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
Rear fuselage reported to have gone to Disney Studios.
62224 (92nd BG, 326th BS, "The Wanderer", transferred to 98th
BG) salvaged at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Jul 14, 1954.
62227 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW350 Aug 10, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954
62228 (64th BS) crashed into Hawks Mountain, Vermont in bad weather Jun 14, 1947.
All 12 onboard killed.
62231 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF503 Jan 15, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jul 28, 1953
62234 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF507 Feb 14, 1951.  Returned to USAF Aug 18, 1953
62235 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW343 Jul 5, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1953
62236 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF562 Jun 11, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 19, 1954
62237 (98th BW) crashed on takeoff at Yokota AB, Japan Aug 6, 1952.
62239 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW355 Aug 25, 1951.  To Proof and Experimental
Establishment, Foulness as parts Sep 16, 1958.
62241 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF570 Jun 29, 1951.  Flew into ground 5 mi ENE
RAF of Mrhan, England Dec 14, 1952 while letting down at night.
62242 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW342 Jul 5, 1951.  Returned to USAF Nov 3, 1953
62243 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF565 Jun 15, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 15, 1954
62244 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF574 Jul 4, 1951.  Returned to USAF Nov 17, 1953
62247 w/o Oct 3, 1951 in landing at Forbes AFB, Kansas.
62250 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF556 May 22, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 4, 1954
62252 (307th BW, 371st BS) damaged by MiGs at Sinuiju railroad bridge, crashed
near Suwon, Korea Apr 12, 1951.
62253 (345th BS, 98th BG, "Reluctant Drag'on") seen at NFW China Lake, CA in mid-1950s.  Used for explosives 
testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
62254 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF555 May 22, 1951.  Crashlanded on disused airfield
near Amiens, France Sep 29, 1951 after one propeller fell off
and two engines failed.
62255 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW352 Aug 15, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 25, 1954
62256 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF567 Jun 19, 1951.  Returned to USAF Mar 16, 1954
62257 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF571 Jun 28, 1951.  Returned to USAF Aug 11, 1953
62258 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW351 Aug 14, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 15, 1954.
62259 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF564.  Returned to USAF Feb 15, 1954. 
After return from RAF, to Davis Monthan Nov 1954, where it
was subsequently scrapped.
62263 modified at Boeing Wichita in 1945 to carry the US produced T-12 bomb (redesigned Grand Slam)
Flight testing continued through 1946.  Fuselage center section between the bomb bays was removed,
making a cutout in forward and rear bomb bay doors to fit the bomb.  Testing followed at Muroc AAFB.  Six
inert casing drops at altitude of 25,000 feet were made from Mar 5, 1948.
62265 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF568 Jun 19, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jan 15, 1954
62266 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF572 Jun 29, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954
62269 (580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing) damaged in Mid-air collision with a Civilian 
Luscombe during low level flight Nov 1951 Boise ID.  #4 engine prop & tail damaged. 
The B-29 was surveyed at Mountain Home AFB, ID.  The Luscombe crashlanded and the crew of
2 were uninjured.
62272 to XB-29H.  Crashed Feb 7, 1950, Robins AFB.
62275 w/o Nov 10, 1947 in takeoff accident at Tinker Field, Oklahoma
62276 (301st BG) crashed below Beinn Tharsuinn about 2.5 mi W of Lochgoilhead
near Glasgow, Scotland Jan 17, 1949.  20 on board killed.
62277 converted to WB-29.  Crashed Sep 18, 1953 500 mi E of Cape Hatteras on return flight from Hunter AFB
to home base at Kindley AB, Bermuda when a runaway prop on
No. 3 engine caused it to separate and strike No. 4 engine
setting it and the wing on fire.  Pilot ordered immediate
bailout, but aircraft went out of control and exploded.
9 were able to bail out, but 6 were killed.
62279 (22nd BW) engine fire on takeoff and crashed at sea Oct 19, 1950.
62281 WB-29. 53rd SRS, Medium, Weather. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952.  Also reported as w/o May 7, 1951
in South Korea
62282 to F-13A.  To RAF Mar 11, 1952 as Washington WZ967.  Issued to 192 Sqdn.  Used as target
at Foulness Island from Sep 16, 1958 
62283 to F-13A.  To RAF Mar 3, 1952 as Washington WZ966.  Issued to 192 Sqdn.  Used as target
at Foulness Island from Sep 16, 1958
62284 to F-13A
62285 to F-13A
62286 to F-13A.  Air Britain chat site indicates that this aircraft
went to RAF Mar 3, 1956 as Washington I WZ968, not 44-62292.  Issued to 192 Sqdn.  
Used as target at Foulness Island from Sep 16, 1958
62287 to F-13A
62288 to F-13A
62289 to F-13A
62290 to F-13A.  Used as prototype for Airborne COMINT Reconnaissance Platform program.  Later modified 
for Project Blue Sky, a communications intelligence project.
SOC at Yokota AB, Japan May 9, 1957 due to corrosion.  Served as a
fire-fighting carcass there until consumed and scrapped.
62296 to F-13A, later redesignated RB-29A.  (91st SRW/324th SRS(M) crashed and caught fire
on approach to Carswell AFB Aug 14, 1950.  Four of 12 crew
killed.  RAF database has this going to RAF as WZ968
62299 w/o Sep 8, 1952 in crash 4 mi NNE of Phillipsburg, Montana due to engine failure.  Crew bailed out.
62309 w/o Jul 27, 1948 in crash into sea after takeoff Khormaksar, Aden.  6 killed.
44-62310 ... 44-62328
Boeing B-29A-75-BN Superfortress
MSN 11787/11805
62319 w/o Mar 8, 1951, Zamora, California
62320 (9th BW, 15th AF) crashed 1.5 mi from Wilsonville, Oregon Oct 8, 1952 after collision with F-94
fighter.  No survivors.
62326 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF552 Apr 25, 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954
62328 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF547 Apr 7, 1951.  Returned to USAF Oct 20, 1953
44-62329 ... 44-62909
Cancelled contract for B-29
MSNs 11806/12386 assigned to this lot.
44-63160 ... 44-64159
North American P-51D-20-NA Mustang
MSN 122-30886/31885.
63161 (364th FG, 384th FS, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Wissenbach, 6 km SE of
Dillenburg, Germany due to fuel system failure Dec 29, 1944.  MACR 11174.  Pilot survived and became
POW.  Aircraft destroyed by P-51D to prevent its capture.
63162 (355th FG, 358th FS, "Little Brown's Jug") lost to flak near Minden and bellied in near
Bad Eilsen Jan 20, 1945.  MACR 11916.  Pilot POW
63163 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) in ground accident at RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England Jan 10, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63165 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Lecce airfield, Italy Apr 6, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63166 (4th FG) shot down Mar 3, 1945 while attacking ground
targets.  Pilot was picked up by another 4th FG pilot who
landed and gave him a ride back to the base at Debden.
The same pilot had been shot down before in 44-13883 and
had spent a month being hidden by the French resistance before
being returned to duty.
63167 (375th FS, 361st FG) in taxiing accident at Chievres airfield, Casteau, Belgium Feb 8, 1945.  Pilot
survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63169 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rosieres En Haye Airfield A-98 Meurthe-et-Moselle,
France Mar 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63170 (78th FG  82nd FS) crash landed Mar 1, 1945 while on a training flight
63171 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing train N of Kaiserlautern, Germany 
Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12594.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63173 (375th FS, 361st FG) crashed during wheels up belly landing at Chievres airfield, Casteau, Belgium after
ran out of fuel Feb 14, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Repaired and in landing accident
at Chievres airfield A-84 Casteau, Belgium Mar 8, 1945.   Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
if repaired.
63174 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot down by friendly fire over Belgium Jan 14, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and
survived.
63176 (MSN 122-30902) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2076.
63177 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing marshaling yard 25 mi W of Hannover,
Germany Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12613.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63181 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Wimpole Hall, Cambridgeshire, England while
on training flight Jan 13, 1945.  Pilot killed
63182 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing airfield at Luneburg, Germany and crashed
in a wooded area 1 km E of Laasch, near Neuwtadt-Glewe, Germany Feb 3, 1945.  MACR 12166.  Pilot
bailed out and became POW.
63183 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF0 in forced landing behind Russian lines in Germany due to mechanical
failure Mar 17,1945
63184 (364th FG, 385th FS, 8th AF) crashed at Frieberg, Germany due to engine failure Mar 17, 1945.  MACR 13306.
Pilot killed.
63185 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) hit by 20 mm AA fire while strafing marshaling yard 50 mi NE of
Frankfurt, Germay and crashed at Kappel, 6 km NE of Kirchberg, German Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12167.
Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63186 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Feb 12, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63188 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA NE of Hamburg, 4 mi E of Elmshorn, Germany Jan 17, 1945.  
MACR 11861.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63189 (479th FG, 434rd FS, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 15 mi SE of Magdeburg, Germany
due to engine failure Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12881.  Pilot was seen walking away into some woods, unknown
if he was captured or evaded.
63190 (402nd FS, 370th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Munchen_Gladbach airfield Y-56
due to engine failure Apr 14, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
63192 (436th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England Feb 3, 1945.  Pilot
survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63193 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Neustadt, Germany Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12599.
Pilot MIA and fate unknown
63194 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Mondolfo airfield, Marche, Italy Mar 9, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63196 (27th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes, France Apr 15, 1945.  Pilot 
survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63197 (350t FS, 353rd FG) crashed at Thaxted Lodge, Essex, England due to structural failure Apr 15, 1945.
Pilot killed.
63199 (362nd FS, 357th FG, "Toolin' Fool's Revenge") crashed from unknown cause at RAF Leiston Mar 24, 1945.  
Pilot killed.
63201 (310th Ferry Squadron Base Air Depot Area, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at RAF Pestwick airfield,
Ayrshire, Scotland while on ferry flight Dec 20, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
63203 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) drashed at Vielbach, NE of Montabaur, Germany due to engine failure 
Feb 28, 1945.  MACR 12795.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63204 (3rd Scouting Force, 55th FG) in landing accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England Apr 8, 1945.  Pilot
survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63205 (460th FS, 348th BG, 5th AF) crashed W of Kyushu, Japan in East China Sea due to engine failure 
Aug 6, 1945.  MACR 14887.  Pilot bailed out but was never seen again.
63207 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) hit by AAA while strafing locomotives near Stuttgart, Germany, tried to fly home
but crashed near Valenciennes, France Feb 20, 1945.  Pilot killed
63209 on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK.  This is a replica.
The original 63209 crashed from unknown cause SE of Nordlinge., Germany Apr 4, 1945 with
78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF ("Sherman was Right").  MACR 13399.  Pilot killed
63212 (Headquarters, 78th FG, 8th AF) crshed from unknown cause 8 mi W of Haguenau airfield, France Apr 21, 1945.
Pilot killed.
63214 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing airfield at Prague, Czechoslovakia Apr 15, 1945.
MACR 13862.  Pilot killed.
63215 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed 50 mi W of Hague, Holland in North Sea after aircraft caught fire
Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13951.  Pilot bailed out and was seen in water, but was never seen again.
63217 (435th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England Jan 38, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63218 converted to 2-seater for use by 55th FG
63219 (MSN 122-30945) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2067.
63220 (357th FG, 363rd FS) crashed in bad weathernear Leiston air station, England Jan 16, 1945.  Pilot killed.
63221 (362nd FS, 357th FG) in landing accident at RAF Leiston, Suffolk, England Mar 17, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft was destroyed.
63225 (338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England Apr 6, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63227 (MSN 122-30953) to Italian AF as MM4303
63229 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed near airfield at Alsfeld, Germany after wing broke off during a
dive Feb 22, 1945.  Pilot killed.
63230 (14th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashlanded at RAF Mount Farim, Oxfordshire, England after ran out of
fuel Mar 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63231 (MSN 122-30957) to Swedish AF as 26127.  W/o Jun 16, 1952
63233 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed near Asendorf on the Asendorf Nienburg Road, Graue, Germany after
hitting trees while strafing trucks Feb 11, 1945.  MACR 12322
63236 (435th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England
Mar 31, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63238 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed on takeoff 1 mi W of RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England Mar 5, 1945.
Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed.
63242 (F-6D, MSN 122-30968) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2106.
63245 (338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 1 mi S of stettin, 15 km W of Heilbronn, Germany Jan 13, 1945.
MACR 11856.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63248 (78th FG, 83rd FS, 8th AF) hit by AAA while strafing barge in canal N of Meppen, Germany.  Pilot tried
to make it back but crashed in Ijsselmeer, Netherlands Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12628.  Pilot bailed out but was
killed.
63249 (MSN 122-30975) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2116.
63250 (359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) shot down by 88-mm AAA at Heilbronn, Germany and crashed 3 km SE of Kim,
Germany Feb 20, 1945.  MACR 12552.  Pilot bailed out but he was too low and was killed.
63255 (MSN 122-30981) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2052.
63256 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in France Feb 19, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived.
63259 (354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England
Feb 3, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63261 (27th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) groundlooped at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes, France Mar 3, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, washed out.
63263 (MSN 122-30989) to Swedish AF as 26058.  W/o Jun 21, 1950.
63268 (356th FG, 359th FS) diverted to Couvron Airfield, Laon, France due to
weather after raid on marshalling yard at Kaiserslauten, Germany Jan 18, 1945.
Departed alone from enginand that same afternoon.  Lost contact 20
mi off Clacton-on-Sea, England.  Plane and pilot MIA.
63271 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Collins Pebworth, Worcestershire, England
Feb 6, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
63272 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
63275 (342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) crashed from unknown cause S of Wasa, Luzon Apr 3, 1945.  MACR 14133.
Pilot bailed out and landed behind enemy lines and was MIA.
63279 (78th Ft, 83rd FS, "Mr Ted III") sold to Sweden in 1948 and used there as spare parts source.
63280 (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in landing accident at Dagua Airfield East Sepik,
Papua New Guinea May 1, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63284 (72nd FS, 21st FG) crashed on takeoff at Central Field, Iwo Jima Apr 30, 1045.  Pilot killed
63285 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Burg airfield Near Magdeburg, Germany
Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12863.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63286 (82nd FS, 78th FG) ditched from unknown cause in English Channel Dec 29, 1944.  Pilot survived and
was rescued.
63287 (55th FG 338th FS, "My Jane") crash landed Apr 16, 1945  due to flak hit, pilot later found
unconscious in aircraft.  Originally posted MIA.   MACR 13917
63289 (531st FS, 21st FG) ground looped at Central Field, Iwo Jima due to mechanical failure Jun 30, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63290 w/o Feb 4, 1945 at Nadzab, PNG on takeoff
63294 (460th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) crashed off Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean after ran out of fuel 
Aug 11, 1945.  MACR 14853.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
63295 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 35-45 mi SE of Kyushu, Japan over Pacific
Ocean Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14351.  Pilot killed.
63297 w/o May 9 1947 when ground looped at Chitose AB, Japan
63302 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost at sea from unknown cause 60 mi N of Iwo Jima Jun 30, 1945.
63310 (360th Air Service Group, CRTC School, 5th AF) crashlanded 10 mi W of Nadzab airfield Morobe, Papua
New Guinea Mar 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63311 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed on takeoff at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, but
aircraft was destroyed.
63314 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 21, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63324 (4th Fighter Squadron Commando, 3rd Air Commando Group, 5th AF) crashed into mountain 3 mi N of Likiti,
Formosa due to bad weather Jun 6, 1945.  MACR 14678.  Pilot killed.
63325 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima May 22, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
63328 (155h FG, 78th FS, "Moogie II") MIA May 25, 1945 on mission to Matsudo
Airfield, Japan.  MACR 14499.
63331 (4th Fighter Squadron Commando, 3rd Air Commando Group, 5th AF) crashed into mountain 3 mi N of
Likiti, Formosa due to bad weather Jun 26, 1945.  MACR 14680.  Pilot killed.
63335 (40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) lost from unknown cause at Kyushu, Japan Aug 14, 1945.  MACR 15701.
Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
63337 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14649.  Pilot and plane 
never found.
63338 (HQ, 3rd Air Commando group, 5th AF) lost from unknown cause 30 mi N of Morotai Island in Maluku Islands,
Indonesia due to bad weather Feb 26, 1945.  MACR 15904.  Pilot MIA
63350 (MSN 122-31076) on civil registry as N2870D, then as N51TK with Amphib, INC, Lake Zurich, IL.  N51TK was noted during 1997 
painted as '413410'.  Suffered substantial damage when lost control during
a go-around at Camarillo, Apt, CA Jul 15, 2007 and rolled left
and impacted the ground beside the runway inverted.  Pilot killed.  Confusion with 44-63550.
63352 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in taxiing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jun 24, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63353 named "Jimmy" with 78th FS, 15th FG
63355 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 5 mi N of Iwo Jima due to engine failure Jul 3, 1945.  Pilot bailed out
and was rescued.
63357 (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in landing accident at Nadzab airfield Morobe, Papua
New Guinea Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63358 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) ground looped at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63359 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima due to bad weatehr Apr 28, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63360 (318th FS, 325h FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 20 mi NW of Budapest, Hungary Mar 14, 1945.
MACR 12994.  Pilot killed.
63364 (40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) shot down by AAA N of Takao, Formosa Apr 13, 1945. MACR 14265.  Pilot bailed out and seen on
the ground but never again, fate uncertain
63371 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 25 mi No of Tori Shima Island in Izu Islands due to engine failure
May 25, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
63373 (302st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) crashed 20 mi W of Nadzab airfield, Morobe, Papua New 
Guinea due to mechanical failure Feb 25, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
63375 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63380 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 22, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63381 (46th FS, 21st FG) crashed 29 mi N of Iwo Jima due to mechanical failure Aug 5, 1945.  MACR 14821.
Pilot bailed out but believe drowned.
63382 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) inl landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63383 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63385 w/o Jan 16, 1945 in crash 3 mi off Bellows Hd, Hawaii.  Pilot killed.
63387 w/o Jan 13, 1945 Makapuu Hd, Hawaii.  Pilot lost
63390 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost at sea from unknown cause N of Iwo Jima Jun 26, 1945.
63392 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 251.  Crashed at Carrasco Oct 5, 1955
63396 (317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Rimini airfield, Italy Mar 26, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63398 (45th FS, 15th FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63399 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 100 mi from Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean Apr 26, 1945.
MACR 14342.  Pilot killed.
63400 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down in Korea May 11, 1951.
63401 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima May 31, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63402 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 100 mi from Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean Apr 26, 1945.
MACR 14344.  Pilot MIA and believe killed.
63403 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) collided in midair with P-51D 44-63985 and crashed 10 mi off Mount Suribachi,
Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean Jul 27, 1945.   Pilot killed.
63404 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed in Tokyo Bay, off Yokohama, Japan Aug 6, 1945.  MACR 14844.
Pilot bailed out was never seen again.
63405 (15th FG) lost Aug 6, 1945, South Pacific.
63406 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) collided in midar with P-51D 44-63698 over Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz,
Germany Apr 15, 1945.  Able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft DBR.
63407 (MSN 122-31133) to Guatemalan AF as 324.  Back to USA and registered as N63407 in 1972.  Cancelled.
Last reported with Connie Edwards
63408 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63409 (72nd FS, 21st FG) shot down by AAA while strafing Itami airfield at Osaka, Japan Jul 30, 1945.  MACR 14813.
Pilot released the canopy but was not seen to bail out and believe KIA.
63416 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan Apr 12, 1945.  MACR 14239.  Pilot KIA
63417 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot survived,
but aircraft was destroyed.
63418 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 100 mi from Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean
Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14343.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
63420 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 9, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63422 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 100-150 mi from south of Osaka, Japan in Pacific Ocean due to
turbulent weather Jun 1, 1945.  MACR 14639.  Pilot killed.
63423 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 30 mi S of Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean due to structural failure
Aug 25, 1945.  Pilot killed. 
63429 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost due to mechanical failure over Central Pacific Ocean May 8, 1945.
MACR 14399.  Pilot killed.  Also MACR 14340 on Apr 26, 1945.  Believe aircraft not lost and returned
on that date.
63430 to NX66851, then to Dominican Republic in 1948 as FAD 1701.  Crashed at sea Oct 11, 1950.  Pilot bailed
out and was rescued.  Might be 44-63539.
63434 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima May 28, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63440 (MSN 122-31166) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2062.
63446 (462nd FS, 506th FG) crashlanded at North Field, Iwo Jima May 18, 1945.  Pilot killed.
63451 (46th FS, 21st FG) in takeoff acicdent at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 22, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63453  (15th FG, 78th FS, "Miss Jo III") crashed landed on Iwo Jima March 10, 1945.
63456 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed from unknown cause 10 mi offshore from Kahuku Point, Oahu, Hawaii
in Pacific Oean while on training mission Jan 8, 1945.  MACR 16354.  Pilot killed.
63457 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
but aircrafrt was destroyed.
63458 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause over Chich Iima in Bonin Islands Jun 2, 1945.  MACR 14715.  
Pilot killed.
63460 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 35-45 mi SE of Kyushu, Japan over Pacific Ocean 
Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14339.  Never seen again after coming out of clouds.  Pilot killed.
63463 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed from unknown cause 10 mi offshore from Kahuki Point, Oahu, Hawaii in
Pacific Ocean while on training mission Jan 8, 1945.  MACR 16353.  Pilot killed.
63464 (15th FG   47th FS) Mar 6, 1945 blew tire on landing  and ground looped.
63467 (15th FG   47th FS) Jun 19, 1945 wrecked in a takeoff accident. 
63471 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63472 (MSN 122-31198) became N1765B Oct 12, 1951, cancelled Dec 4, 1970.  Intended for sale to Dominican AF but
sale fell through.  Aircraft presumably then scrapped.
63473 (MSN 122-31199) on civil registry as N5437V, registered N551TF May 2, 2005
63476 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 252.  Ditched in Rincon del Bonete
dam Aug 8 1955.  Salvaged and rebuilt as N63476 "City of Winnipeg".  
Photographed Sep 2007 with false tail number 484410 and name 
"Cincinatti Miss"
63478 to Urugayan AF Nov 1949 as 253.  SOC Nov 14, 1957
63481 (MSN 122-31207) to RCAF as 9553.  To civilian registry as N6303T.
Appears to have been converted to Cavalier Mustang.
63483 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima May 10, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63484 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause after strafing locomotive between Budejovice and
Vesgli, SE of Budjevoice, Czechoslovakia Mar 26, 1945.  MACR 13213.  Pilot killed.
63485 Nov 22, 1950 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 254.  SOC Feb 23, 1960.  Sep 15, 1960 to
Bolivian AF as FAB 502.  Crashed at La Paz Mar 23, 1963.
63491 (354th FG, 353rd FS, "Angel's Playmate") Displayed in the USSTAF [United States Strategic Air 
Forces in Europe] Military Equipment Exhibition under the Eiffel Tower, Paris Aug-Sep 1945.
63492 Nov 22, 1950 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 255.  SOC Feb 23, 1960.
Aug 1967 to Bolivan AF as FAB 503.  Crashlanded at La Paz-El Alto
May 22, 1965
63500 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) hit by AAA while strafing railroads between Sopron and Wiener Neustadt,
Austria and crashed 30 mi NW of Kaposvar, Hungary after engine failed Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13125.
Pilot bailed out and was met by Russian soldiers.
63503 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashlanded at Iwo Jima due to engine failure Jul 4, 1945.  Pilot survived,
but aircraft was destroyed.
63505 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause SW of Futagawa, Japan Aug 14, 1945.  MACR 14870.
Pilot killed.
63507 to RCAF as 9554.  To civilian registry as N6345F, and later numbers, all of which are uncertain. Also N6345T.  
Plane was damaged in crash at Brownwood, TX in 1968.  Rebuilt, adopted the ID with FAA of 44-72483.
Given registration of N51EA.  Now flyable and presented as "Double Trouble Two" 44-63684, still registred as N51EA.
On display at Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA.
63508 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 256.  SOC Nov 14, 1957
63511 (MSN 122-31237) to Swedish AF as 26149.  To Dominican Republic AF in 1952 as FAD 1901.
63515 (2nd SAAF SQ) shot down by AAA Nov 29, 1951.
63517 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 257.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.
63518 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 250. Crashlanded on takeoff Jun 15, 1956
63521 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause 3 mi SW of Bieville en Haye, France Mar 23, 1945.
Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
63522 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Mondolfo airfield, Marche, Italy Mar 16, 1945.  Pilot
survived, aircraft was destroyed.
63524 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Magdeburg, Germany
Apr 19, 1945.  MACR 14200.  Pilot killed.
63526 w/o Apr 17 1947 South Plains AAF, Texas.  Pilot lost.
63530 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 258. SOC Nov 14, 1957
63532 (46th FS) belly-landed on Iwo Jima.  Pilot OK
63535 (MSN 122-31261) to Uruguayan AF Dec 4, 1950 as FAU 259.  SOC 
Feb 23, 1960.  To Bolivian AF Jul 26, 1960 as FAB 504.  SOC
Apr 2, 1974.
63536 (MSN 122-31262) to Nicaraguan AF as GN 116.  To N6167U, converted with Rolls-Royce Dart 510 as Cavalier Turbo Mustang III.
Later fitted with Lycoming T55-L-9 turboprop and purchased by Piper Aircraft.  Submitted to USAF for A-X
competition and later named Piper Enforcer.  Presumed as converted to PA-48 Enforcer prototype as N201PE
with MSN PE1-1001.  N201)E registered to Lindair Inc Jan 15, 1979, cancelled Nov 14, 2012.
63539 (MSN 122-31265) to Aviacion Militar Domicana as 402, later to Dominican AF as 1701.  W/o Oct 11, 1950
63542 (MSN 122-31268) on civil registry as N5450V, then N51HR
63546 (4th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Mar 19, 1945.  Pilot
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63549 (MSN 122-31275) to Uruguayan AF Dec 4, 1950 as FAU 260.  SOC 
Feb 23, 1960.  To Bolivian AF Sep 15, 1960 as FAB ???.  Crashed
Jul 30, 1961
63551 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Frankfurt, Germany Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13660.
Pilot killed.
63552 (MSN 122-31278) to Swedish AF as 26049.  To Fuerza Aerea de Republica Domicana.  To Nicaraguan AF
as GN 81. WFU 1955
63553 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 261.  SOC Feb 23, 1960
63555 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) crashlanded 13 km E of Leeuwarden Friesland, Netherlands after ran
out of fuel Feb 25, 1945 while strafing an enemy airfield in Germany near Dutch border.  Dutch resistance
helped the pilot evade.
63559 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 262.  SOC Nov 14, 1957
63560 (F-6D, MSN 122-31286) to Swiss AF as J-2108.
63561 SOC after receiving wing damage in early 1945 after one wheel failed to 
extend due to flak damage and pilot landed with two wheels.  Plane 
cannibalized and left behind in Italy.
63566 (341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) crashed between Clark Field and Lingayen Gulf in Philippine Islands
due to engine failure Mar 8, 1945.  MACR 13304.  Pilot MIA and believed dead.
63567 (343rd FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Renningen, 15 km W of Stuttgard, Germany after strafing
train Feb 20, 1945.  MACR 12543.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63574 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as FAU 263.  Sep 16, 1960 to Bolivian
AF as FAB 505.  Crashed at La Paz Oct 12, 1963
63575 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 264.  SOC Feb 23, 1960.
63576 registered as N37492 in Evergreen collection, McMinnville, OR.  By mid-1996 
(still with Evergreen) had been reregistered N51DH.
63577 (MSN 122-31303) to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as FAU265.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.  Later to
Uruguayan AF Museum in 1960.  Returned to USA in 1985 andon US civil registry as N51TE.  Registered
N151JT Sep 13, 2012
63580 w/o Aug 7, 1945, Nurnburg, West Germay
63583 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashlanded in Belgium Apr 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
damaged, unknown if repaired.
63584 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-14/AS flown by Fw Willy Czernotzki of JG 53/7 N of 
Limburg, Germany Mar 16, 1945.  MACR 13077.  Pilot killed.
63588 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed near Eferding, Austria due to engine failure Apr 15, 1945.
MACR 14099.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute opened just as he hit the ground.
63592 (MSN 122-31318) became NX61151, then to Israeli Defense Force AF as 2324.
63593 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as FAU266.  SOC Nov 14, 1957
63594 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as UAU267.  Crashed near Uruguayana Jul 2, 1959
63599 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed 3 km E of Bierda near Walsrode, Germany ffter hit by explosion of
target it has just strafed Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12899.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63602 (MSN 122-31328) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2050.
63606 to RCAF as 9555.
63611 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 268.  Involved in midair collision and
crashed Oct 4, 1956.
63613 (MSN 122-31339) to Uruguyan AF Nov 1949 as FAU270 (not 269).  SOC Nov 14, 1957.  
Stored at Montebello, CA and eventually put on display at Montevideo-
Carrasco AP.  Reported 1984 stored somewhere in USA
63615 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 270.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.  Now on display
at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware.  Also reported to be on display
at Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina
63618 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 271.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.
63619 (F-6D, MSN 122-31345) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2107.
63620 (83rd FS, 78th FG) wrecked at RAF Duxford May 6, 1945.
63621 (27th PRS, 7t PRG, 8th AF) in landing accident at Chievres Airfield A-84 Casteau, Belgium Mar 5, 1945.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63624 (356th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) shot down by 20-mm AAA while strafing train near Bamberg, Germany Feb 23, 1945.  
MACR 12644.  Pilot KIA
63627 (27th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashed after midair collision at Bingen, Germany Apr 19, 1945.
Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed.
63629 to Italian AF as MM4234.
63630 (MSN 122-31356) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2051.  W/o after emergency landing at
Buochs Oct 20, 1948.
63631 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed after being hit by explosion of boxcar in train just strafed W of
Erfurt, Germany Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13674.  Pilot killed.
63633 (MSN 122-31359) (357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire,
England Apr 18, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Repaired and to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2069.  
W/o in emergency landing near Vilters Mar 24, 1950.
63634 (MSN 122-31360) to Swedish AF as Fv26121, then to Nicaraguan AF as GN 93
Jan 17, 1955.  Later on civil registry as N6149U (sale reported Jan 14, 1977), then N2114 Nov 9, 1965.  Crashed
at Springfield, IL Apr 21, 1968.  Registration cancelled Oct 5, 1950
63635 (MSN 122-31361) to Swedish AF as 26063.  W/o Oct 5, 1950
63637 (MSN 122-31363) to Swedish AF as 26154.  W/o Sep 28, 1950
63639 (MSN 122-31365) to Swedish AF as Fv26137, then to Nicaraguan AF 
Jan 17, 1955.  Subsequently became N6262U, but crashed Oct 20, 1964
during delivery flight back to USA
63640 (MSN 122-31366) Nov 1949 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 274.  SOC
Nov 14,1957.  July 26, 1960 to Bolivian AF as FAB ???
63641 (F-6D, MSN 122-31367) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2097.  
63643 (MSN 122-31369) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2103.  W/o after emergency landing near
Inwil Oct 1, 1954.
63646 (MSN 122-31372) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2060.  destroyed while taxing at Payerne Jun 18, 1953.
63647 (462nd FS, 506th FG, 20th AF) in takeoff accident at North Field, Iwo Jima Jul 19, 1945.  Pilot
survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63649 (MSN 122-31375, 355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 4 mi SE of St Mihiel, France after
ran out of fuel Mar 23, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Must have
been repaired, since went to Swedish AF as 26137.  Then to Nicaraguan AF.  Registered N6162U, crshed 1964,
presumably on ferry flight from Nicaragua to USA.  Registration cancelled Jun 25, 1976
63651 (201st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) crashed 15 m8 from Lae in the Huon Gulf, Morobe,
Papua New Guinea while on practice dive bombing mission Apr 14, 1945.  MACR 13834.  Pilot killed.
63652 (27th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashed 10 mi W of Meiningen, Germany due to mechanical failure Apr 15, 1945.
Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
63655 (MSN 122-31381) to Swedish Af then to Nicaraguan Af Jan 17, 1955.
Later on civil registry as N6153U but crashed May 1, 1965 on
delivery flight back to Usa.  Presumably rebuilt as now registered
N5500S with Ambhib, Inc, Wheeling, IL
63658 (362nd FS, 357th FG) crashed from unknown cause in North Sea Jan 19, 1945  while on ferry flight from RAF Stansted
to RAF Leiston in Suffolk, England.  MACR 11872.  Pilot killed.
63659 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed after hit by explosion of boxcar in train just strafed W of Erfurt,
Germany Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13675.  Pilot killed.
63660 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA shile strafing airfield at Eferding, Austria Apr 25, 1945.
MACR 14100.  Pilot killed.
63663 (MSN 122-31389) to Guatemala AF as 354, then to N41749 with Howard Development, Big Springs, TX.
Being restored to flying status as N41749.
63666 (MSN 122-31392) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2064.
63668 (MSN 122-31394) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2087. To Nicaraguan AF. On US civil registry as N6161U.
Registration cancelled Aug 5, 2004 as sale reported 1977.  Aircraft last
heard of somewhere in Texas during 1970.
63670 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down while strafing 2 mi N of Hesepe airfield near Osnabruck,
Germany Mar 11, 1945.  MACR 16129.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to
open.  He was only 50 feet above the ground when he bailed out.
63675 (MSN 122-31401) to Swedish AF, then to Nicaraguan AF.
Later on US civil registry as N5452V, then N1751D
63679 (MSN 122-31405, 356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at edge of airfield at Alsfeld, Germany
Feb 22, 1945.  MACR 12651.  Pilot killed. 
63681 (MSN 122-31407) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2123.
63684 was "Double Trouble Two" with 352 FS, 353rd FG.
63685 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause 3 mi SW of Vieville en Haye, France Mar 23, 1945.
Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
63686 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by friendly fire from P-51 by mistake near Karlsruhe, Germany
Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12483.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63688 (MSN 122-31414) to Swedish AF as 26161.  To Dominican Republic AF in 1952 as FAD 1902.  Damaged in 1953 in 
taxiing accident and used for spares.
63690 (22nd PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Chalgrove, Oxfordshire,
England Apr 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63691 (MSN 122-31417) to Swedish AF as 26068, then to Fuerza Aerea de Republica Dominicana and then
to Nicaraguan AF.  WFU 1955
63692 (F-6D, MSN 122-31418) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2098.
63693 (MSN 122-31419) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2959.
63694 (46th FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 30, 1945.  Pilot killed.
63695 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed into woods ast Wernigerode, Germany after hitting tree tops while 
strafing trucks Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 14209.  Pilot killed.
63698 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-512D 44-63406 over Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz, 
Germany Apr 15, 1945.  Abile to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
63699 (MSN 122-31425) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2099.
63701 (MSN 122-31427) to Swedish AF as 26015.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1904. Sold to Johnson 
Aviation in USA in 1964 as N51VT, cancelled .  Now with Almanor Aviation of San Jose, CA as N26PW, 
registered N26PW
63704 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) ground looped at Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz, Germany Apr 12, 1945.
Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
63705 (MSN 122-31431) to Swedish AF as 26148.  To Nicaraguan AF
63708 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rosieres en Haye airfield A-98 Meurthe-et-Moselle,
France Feb 19, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63709 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost at sea from unknown cause 2 mi S of Iwo Jima Jul 14, 1945.
63710 (363rd FS, 357th FG) collided in midair and crashed May 3, 1945 with RAF Mustang 1/2 mi E of Westleton, 
Suffolk, England while on a training flight.  Pilot killed.
63711 (MSN 122-31437) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2100.
63712 (84th FS, 78th FS, 8th AF) crashed 30 mi W of Koblenz, Germqny in very bad weather Apr 21, 1945.
MACR 14122.  Pilot killed.
63716 (MSN 122-31442) to Swedish AF as 26047.  W/o Sep 30, 1946
63717 (MSN 122-31443) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2046.  Collided with D-3801 J-172 over Belpberg
Apr 24, 1951.
63722 (MSN 122-31448) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2109.
63723 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AA near Langensalza, Germany Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13576.
Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
63724  spotted in Iwo Jima junk yard of crashed 21st FG P-51's being salvaged by crews of 363rd Service Group.
63729 (MSN 122-31455) to Swedish AF as 26146.  W/o Sep 22, 1954
63730 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ansbach Airfield R-45 Katterbach, Germany May 1, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63732 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by friendly fire from US Army troops near Erzenhausen, Germany
Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13845.  Pilot killed.
63733 lost when B-29 crashed into line of planes.
63735 (55th FG 338th FS) crashed 1/2 mile south of Thalhofen, Germany Sep 6, 1945.  Pilot killed. 
63738 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz, germany Apr 12, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
63739 (MSN 122-31465) to Swedish AF as 26070.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1906.
63740 (368th FS, 359th FG) shot down by friendly fire over Ludendorgg Brige at Remagen, Germany Mar 10, 1945.
MACR 13405.  Pilot killed.
63742 (MSN 122-31468) became N1764B, cancelled Dec 4, 1970.  Intended for sale to Dominican AF
but sale fell through.  Aircraft presumably scrapped.
63743 (MSN 122-31469) to Swedish AF as 26016.  W/o Jam 25, 1950
63744 (HQ, 21st FG) crashed 360 mi from Iwo Jima due to turbulent weather Jun 1, 1945.  MACR 14628.  Pilot and plane never found
63745 (55th FG, 343rd FS, 8th AF) crashed 4 mi AS of Prague/Letnany, Prague, Czechoslovakia Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12897.
Pilot had landed to pick up a downed pilot but could not get up enough speed for takeoff and cartwheeled.
Both pilots survived and became POWs.
63747 plane marked at 44-63747 and registered as N251CS is really 44-74977.  Registered to Southern Heritage Air LLC.
63748 (1st Scouting Force, attached to 857th BS) crashed north of Berlin, Germany due to engine failure
Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13758.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63750  to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 273.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.
63751 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13133.  Fate of
pilot unknown.
63753 (46th FS, 21st FG) list from unknown cause over Pacific Ocean Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14275
63754 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause WSW of Hiratsuka Kanagawa, Japan May 17, 1945.  MACR 14448.
Pilot killed.
63756 (46th FS, 21st FG) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63757 (317th Air Service Squadron, 5th Air Depot Group, 15th AF) in landing acident at Brindisi Airfield, Brindisi,
Italy Mar 27, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63758 (MSN 122-31484) to Swedish AF as 26017.  W/o May 17, 1946.
63759 (22nd PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, England May 3, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, repaired.  To Swedish AF as 26067.  To Dominican Republic AF in 1952 as FAD 1907.
63760 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  Collided with another
P-51D in midair and crashed 100-150 mi south of Osaka, Japan.  MACR 14647.  Pilot and plane never found.
63762 (MSN 122-31488) (27th PRG, 7th PRG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes,
France.  Pilot survived.  Aircraft damaged but repaired.  To Swedish AF as 26129.  To Dominican Republic in 
1952 as FAD 1908.  Registered N762WR Apr 16, 2009.
63765 (364th FS, 357th FG) shot down by AAA 30 mi SW of Magdeburg, Germany Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12866.
Pilot bailed but was killed by German fighters.
63766 (MSN 122-31492) to Swedish AF Apr 23, 1945, then to Nicaraguan AF
as GN 94 Jan 17, 1955.  Subsequenty became N6166U as a Cavalier Mustang, cancelled Aug 19, 1971.
Damaged after running off runway into fence, Wickenburg, AZ Mar 19, 1966
63767 (MSN 122-31493) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2110.
63768 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed after hit by exploding train just strafed near Schwabisch Hall,
Germany Mar 30 1945.  MACR 13678.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63769 (MSN 122-31495)  (354th FG, 353rd FS) crashed 3 km W of Aschaffenburg, Germany after bomb either exploded
on wing or just after dropped Feb 23, 1945. MACR 12634.  Pilot killed. 
63774 (46th FS, 21st FG) in taxiing accident at south Field, Iwo Jima Aug 6, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63775 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause over Kumano-Nada, Southern Honshu, Japan Aug 1, 1945.  MACR 14817.
Pilot MIA.  
63779 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by 20-mm AAA from train and crash landed near Uder, Germany
Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13676.  Pilot survived and became POW.
63782 w/o Mar 17, 1946 when ground looped at Neubiberg, West Germany
63786 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) exploded in midair from unknown cause near railroad station in Kirn, Germany
Feb 23 1945.  MACR 12635.  Pilot killed.
63788 (MSN 122-31514). Became N6171C in 1957, cancelled, then N335J Jan 13, 1958, cancelled, then N3350 Feb 24, 1958,
cancelled, then N166G Oct 1968, cancelled Jul 20, 1981 on export to UK, then G-PSID Jul 27, 1981,  cancelled
Feb 19, 1988 on export to France,  then F-AZFI May 9, 1988.  As F-AZFI marked as French AF 412471 of the 
L'Amicale Jean-Baptiste Salis Collection at La Ferte-Alais, was destroyed when crashed on take off at La Roche-sur-Yon,
France Jul 24, 1998.  Pilot and passenger both killed.
63790 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA while strafing train 10 mi from Neustadt, Germany Mar 3, 1945.
MACR 12879.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63791 (MSN 122-31517) to Swedish AF as 26086.  To Dominican AF as 1926. Under restoration with 
Warbird Recovery, reservation N151GP reserved Nov 9, 2006, taken up May 1, 2007.  Current with
Brown Helicopter Inc, Pensacola, FL
63793 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63795 (72nd FS, 21st FG) hit by AAA 5 mi SW of Suno Saki, Japan Jul 6, 1945.  MACR 14723.  Pilot bailed out
5 mi offshore in Sagami Bay and got in his liferaft.  Rescue plane dropped him a boat.  Believe he was
rescued.
63801 (72nd FS, 12st FG) lost 360 mi from Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14650.
Pilot and plane never found.
63804 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Querfurt, Germany
Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 13838.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
63807 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as FAU 272.  SOC Feb 23, 1960.  Mar 19, 1960 to
Bolivian AF as FAB 506.  Dec 1997 to Canadian user as C-GXUO, 
on US civil registry as N20MS
63808 (20th FG, 55th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Nunspeet, Netherlands Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 12705.  Pilot KIA
63809 (MSN 122-31535) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2054.
63810 (MSN 122-31536) to 363rd FC, 357th FG.  Flew as "Stump Jumper".  Displayed at Norton AFB, CA.
To Ed Maloney/The Air Museum, Ontario, CA 1965-1972.  Rebuilt
to airworthy status, adopted ID 45-11367, registered as N63810.  To Robin Collard
1973-1978.  To Jerry Hayes 1982-1988.  Damaged in belly landing
at Denver, CO Jun 1984 but repaired. To Bernard Raouls
1988-1992.  To Joseph Newsome 1992-2002. Registered as
N451BC 1993.  Flown as "Angels Playmate" 
63814 assigned to 159th Fighter Bomber Squadron Augmented I(159th FBSA), Florida ANG
63815 (MSN 122-31541) to Swedish AF as 26157.  To Israel Defense Force AF as 3505
63817 (MSN 122-31543) to Swedish AF as 26153.  To Israel Defense Force AF
63818 (MSN 122-31544) to Swedish AF as 26147.  To Dominican Republic AF as 1942
63819 (MSN 122-31545) to Swedish AF as 26150.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1909
63820 (326th Ferrry Squadron, 1st Transport Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rosieres en Haye airfield A-98
Meurthe-et-Moselle, France while on ferry flight Feb 13, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63822 (MSN 122-31548)  became N3915B Sep 27, 1949 according to Warbirds Worldwide
Directory.  No mention of going to SAAF.  Also listed as going to
SAAF as 347. Crashed on landing Aug 16, 1951.
Could also be 44-13851 (SAAF 374)
63824 (MSN 122-31550) became N3916B Sep 27, 1949, cancelled Dec 22, 1949
63825 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz, Germany Apr 13, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63826 assigned to Dayton Army Air Field, Vandalia, OH.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Aug 14, 1945 to Apr 4, 1946.
Assigned to Langley Field, VA
63827 to RCAF as 9556.
63829 (MSN 122-31555) became N3917B Sep 27, 1949, cancelled Dec 22, 1949.
63830 (MSN 122-31556) to Swedish AF as 26125.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1910
63831 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing Praha Kbely airfiell, Prague,
Czechoslovakia Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14123.  Pilot killed.
63832 (MSN 122-31558) became N5210N Sep 27, 1949, cancelled May 13, 1954.  Believed to have gone to Israeli AF
63833 (MSN 122-31559) to Swedish AF as 26108.  To Israel Defense Force Air Force as 3605
63835 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Ike") in landing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, Englan
Apr 11, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
36840 (MSN 122-31566) to Swedish AF as 26157.  W/o Aug 9, 1950
63842 (MSN 122-31568) to Swiss AF in 1948 in J-2124.
63843 with 479th FG, 434th FS, named "Laura Jo".  To RCAF Jun 7, 1947 as 9557.  SOC Sep 20, 1960.
To civilian registry as N6342T, cancelled.  Stored, unconverted at RCAF station Carberry, Nanitoba
1957-1961.  Crashed during test flight at Carberry Aug 24, 1961.  To Robert Ediemert, Carmen, Manitoba
in 1967 as wreckage.
63844 (MSN 122-31570) became N3919B Sep 27, 1949, cancelled Jan 4, 1950
63851 (2nd SAAF Sq) MIA Nov 4, 1951, Korea
63853 (MSN 122-31579) (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli
airfield, Foggia, Italy Apr 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Must have been
repaired, since became N3910 acccording to Warbirds Worldwide Directory.
No mention of SAAF career or loss in Korea.  Report that it went to SAAF as 363.  Lost with No 2 Sqdn Nov 4, 1951
in Korea.
63856 (MSN 122-31582) to Swedish AF as 26144.  W/o Sep 28, 1951.
63857 (MSN 122-31583) to Swedish AF as 26042.  W/o Jul 20, 1948
63860 (MSN 122-31586) to Swedish AF s 26035.  W/o Feb 2, 1949
63861 (MSN 122-31587, 364th FS, 357th FG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF East Wrentham, Norfolk, England due
to engine failure Feb 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Must have
been repaired since to Swedish AF as 26145.  W/o Sep 28, 1951.
63863 (MSN 122-31589) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2071.
63864 (MSN 122-31590) During the war, this machine had been with the 78th FG/83rd FS, 8th AF, based at Duxford.  
3 confirmed kills (2 ME 262s, one Bf 109), flown by Hubert Davis.  
To Swedish AF in 1948 as 26158.  To Israel Defense Force AF  Feb 9, 1953 as 3506 (code 38).  To civil registry
as 4X-AIM c 1984, cancelled on export to Sweden   Then became SE-BKG Apr 24, 1987, cancelled Apr 26, 2002
on export to UK.  Registered G-CBNM Apr 29, 2002.  Sold to Fighter Collection of Duxford, UK.  
Registered N251L Apr 16, 2010, current. 
Ken Ellis has this plane becoming N251L after Israeli AF service, then N42805, 
then SE-BKG, then G-CBNM.  Crashed Keflavik Airport, Iceland Jun 6, 1963 during ferry flight from France,
pilot killed.  Wreckage stored in iceland.  Restored as N42805 May 1991.  Has fully operating machine guns.
Preserved and on display at Fagen Fighters World War II Museum, Granite Fall, Minnesota as "Twilight Tear"
63865 (MSN 122-31591) to Swedish AF as 26018.  Later to Dominican Republic AF, then to Nicaraguan AF
as GN 90.  To civilian registry as N6163U Sept 23, 1963, cancelled.  Later became N51JK 1972,
cancelled.  Rebuilt to TF-51 configuration by Square One of Chino, CA and re-registered N151TF.
63868 to RCAF as 9558.  Crashed Nisutlin Bay, Teslin Lake, Yukon, Canada Jul 10, 1952 during dive bombing
exercise due to wing failure.  Pilot killed.
63869 (165th FS, Kentucky ANG) crashed near Franklin, KY Jan 7, 1948 during attempted 
intercept of UFO.  Pilot Capt Thomas Mantell killed.   This incident is legendary in
the folklore of UFOs and flying saucers.  The usual explanation was that Capt Mantell
was trying to reach a Skyhood balloon (which was highly secret at the time) and lost
consciousness due to a failure of his oxygen system and crashed.
63870 (8th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA Jan 31, 1952, Korea.
63871 (MSN 122-31597) to Swedish AF as 26039 Apr 1945 as J 26 serial number 26039.  To Israel Defense Force AF Feb 6, 1953, 
Later registered as N9722F.  In 1968 to Musee de'l Air at Le Bourget, France, falsely marked as 466318.
63872 (MSN 122-31598 to RCAF as 9552.  To civilian registry as as N6519D, N6158D.
Destroyed Jun 27, 1970
63874 (MSN 122-13600) to Swedish AF as 26019.  W/o Apr 15, 1948
63875 to RCAF as 9559.
63879 (MSN 122-31605) to Swedish AF as 26128.  W/o May 29, 1951
63880 (MSN 122-31606) to Swedish AF as 26156.  To Dominican Republic AF, to Nicaraguan AF as GN 97.  WFU 1955
63883 (40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) crashed in South China Sea due to engine failure Jul 10, 1945 while on
fighter sweep mission to Kyushu, Japan.  MACR 14747.  Pilot bailed out and was seen in the water but
never seen again and believed drowned.
63886 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Sep 13, 1951.
63888 (MSN 122-31614) to Swedish AF as 26027.  W/o May 28, 1945
63889 (MSN 122-31615) to N7710C, the to Canadian civil registry as CF-FUZ, C-FFUZ.  Later N4034S
63891 (46h FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Sep 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63892 (MSN 122-31618) to Swedish AF as 26050.  W/o Sep 20, 1945
63893 to RCAF as 9560.  to civilian registry as CF-PIO, N3333E.
63896 (350th FS, 353rd FG) shot down by German fighter NW of Kassel, Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13441.
Pilot KIA.
63900 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Aug 21, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63902 (21st FG   72nd FS) Apr 16, 1945 crashed on takeoff on mission to strafe the Japanese airfields
on the island of Kyushu. 
63906 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) shot down by AAA over Kasumigaera airfield at Hohshu, Japan Jul 4, 1945.  MACR 14704.
Pilot killed.
63908 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 21, 1945.   Pilot survived, but
aircraft was destroyed.
63911 (531st FS,21st FG, 7th AF) shot down by AAA 2 mi NW of Tacikawa, Japan Jul 28, 1945.  MACR 14801.  Pilot
bailed out but was killed.
63912 (21st FG, 531st FS, "Miss Jackie") ground looped at Central Field,
Iwo Jima and wrecked Mar 30, 1945.  Used for spare parts.
Declared excess and dropped from inventory Jun 11, 1945.
63915 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause 4-5 mi NW of Nariamasu airfield, Japan Jul 28, 1945.  MACR 14802
Pilot killed.
63916 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 30, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63917 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause off caust of Nejimazaki, Japan May 17, 1945.  MACR 14446.
Pilot killed.
63918 (72nd FS, 21st FG) suffered mechanical failure at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 17, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63919 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Aug 21, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63920 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed 15 mi N of Iwo Jima after ran out of fuel Jun 9, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and
was rescued.
63921 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause 150 mi off Japan Jul 16, 1945.  No MACR.  Pilot killed.
63922 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 13, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63925 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crshed 15 mi N of Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean due to mechanical failure 
Jun 14, 1945.  MACR 14657.  Pilot killed.
63926 (72nd FS, 21st FG) crashed on takeoff at Central Field, Iwo Jima due to engine failure May 17, 1945.
Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
63927 (15th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  Pilot and plane never found.
63928 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in takeoff accident at South Field, Iwo Jima due to engine failure Jun 19, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63930 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14636.  Pilot and plane never found
63931 (46th FS, 32st FG) in landing accident at Isley Field, Saipan Jan 4, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
damaged, unknown if repaired.
63932 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 4, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63933 (531st FS, 21st FG) ground looped at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jun 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
damaged, unknown if repaired.
63934 (531st FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jul 15, 1945.   Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63935 (21st FG, 72nd FS) crashed with engine fire Aug 1, 1945 Nomi valley village Takami Yoshino-gun, Nara Prefecture,
Japan.  Pilot parachuted, captured, and was executed.  MACR 14814.
63936 (531st FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jul 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63939 (72nd FS, 21st FG) collided in midair with P-51D 44-72886 and crashed 14 mi S of Iita Iwo Jima Jul 13, 1945.
Pilot bailed out and survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63940 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 20 mi N of Kita Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean after arn out of fuel
May 29, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
63941 (531st FS, 21st FG) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 18, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63942 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in ground accident while parked at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 4, 1945.  Aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63944 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed 5 mi off coast of Daio-Vaki, Japan due to engine failure Jun 9, 1945.  MACR 14648.
Pilot bailed out but was killed.
63948 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed into Pacific Ocean Jul 20, 1945 while on mission to Nagoya area, Japan.  MACR 14787.
Pilot killed.
63950 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost Jun 1, 1945 150 mi S of Osaka on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  
MACR 14645.  Pilot and plane never found.
63953 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 8, 1945.  Pilot
survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63955 (21st FG   46th FS   "Tiny 'Gay Baba'") lost in a midair collision Sep 21, 1945,
40 miles southeast of Iwo Jima.
63956 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 28, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft
was destroyed.
63957 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause over Chichi Jima in the Bonin Islands May 10, 1945.  MACR 14407.
Pilot killed.
63958 (47th FS, 15th FG) crashed 150 mi S of Osaka, Japan in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 due to bad weather.  
MACR 14642.   Pilot and plane never found
63962 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14651.  Pilot and plane never found.
63965 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 150 mi S of Osaka, Japan in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 due to bad weather.  
MACR 14643.  Pilot and plane never found.
63968 (531st FS, 21st FG) in takeoff accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 30, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63970 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) diteched from unknown cause 1 mi SW of Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean Jun 15, 1945.
Pilot rescued, aircraft was lost.
63972 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 150 mi S of Osaka, Japan in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 due to bad weather.  
MACR 14640.  Pilot and plane never found.
63974 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) hit by AAA 5 mi S of Katori Airfield, Japan Aug 3, 1945.  Able to fly out to
sea and pilot bailed out 7 mi off coast of Japan and was seen on raft, but never seen again.  MACR 14819.
63975 (72nd FS, 21st FG) ditched from unknown cause 90 mi off Japan Jul 1, 1945.  Pilot survived and was rescued.
63980 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima due to mechanical failure Jun 10, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63981 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jun 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
63982 (463rd FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF) lost from unknown cause near Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands while on ferry
flight May 20, 1945.  MACR 16554.  Pilot MIA
63983 (506th FG, 457th FS) hit by debris of a downed a Ki.100 and crashed 10 mi NW of Nagoya Bay, Japan Jul 16, 1945. 
Pilot KIA. MACR 14675.
63985 (531st FS, 21st FG) collided in midair with P-51D 44-63403) and crashed 8 mi NW of Iwo Jima Jul 27, 1945.
Pilot was killed, aircraft lost.
63986 (531st FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown case after strafing ship at Chichi Jima in Bonin Islands Jun 3, 1945.
MACR 14646.  Pilot killed.
63987 (21st FG  531st FS) crshed from unknown cause off coast of Nejimazaki, Japan Jun 9, 1945 on a VLR escort 
mission to Atsugi Airfield, Japan.  MACR 14445.  Pilot was KIA when he bailed out too low.
63989 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, but 
aircraft was destroyed.
63990 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause over Osaka Bay, Japan Aug 8, 1945.   MACR 14843.  Pilot killed.
63992 (MSN 122-31718) to Swedish AF as 26020, then to Israeli Defense Force AF as 2353, coded 58.
Shipped to Gothenburg Sweden, arriving Jan 1, 1966.  Since 1979 on display at Flygvapenmuseum, Malmstatt, Linkoping, Sweden.
63993 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima due to engine failure Apr 25, 1945.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
63994 (46th FS, 21st FG) crashed in Pacific Ocean due to engine failure while on mission to Japan July 28, 1945.
Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
63996 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed after spun in 400 mi From Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 
due to bad weather.  MACR 14631.  Pilot and plane never found.
63997 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed on takeoff at South Field, Iwo Jima Apr 29, 1945.  Pilot killed.
63998 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Apr 26, 1945.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
64004 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA, Yongwon-ni, Korea Oct 6, 1951.
64005 to RCAF as 9561.  To civilian registry as CF-N6339T, N51WB, N51CK 
64011 (355th FG, 357th FS, "Miss Steve") lost to flak over Ansbach Apr 8, 1945.  Pilot POW
64012 (503rd FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Grafton Underwood,
Northamptonshire, England Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
64015 (HQ, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed at Kagamigabara, Japan when aircraft disintegrated during compressibility
dive Jul 19, 1945.  MACR 14782.  Pilot killed.
64018 (40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) lost from unknown casue at Okinawa Jul 27, 1945.  MACR 15940.  Pilot MIA and
presumed killed.
64034 (MSN 122-31760) to Swedish AF as 26037.  W/o May 7, 1946
64036 (4th Fighter Squadron, 3rd Air Commando Group, 5th AF) shot down by automatic weapons fire 5 mi SW of
Taito, Formosa May 31, 1945.  MACR 14587.  Pilot MIA.
64039 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause N of Kirn, Germany Feb 23, 1945.  MACR 12633.
Pilot killed.
64051 to Italian AF as MM4235
64059 (MSN 122-31785) to Swedish AF as 26034.  To Israel Defense Force AF
64062 (MSN 122-31788) to Swedish AF as 26033.  W/o May 15, 1945
64065 (MSN 122-31791, 301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in landing accident at Nadzab Airfield Morobe, Papua
New Guinea Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.  However, listed as going to Swedish
AF as 26096, and w/o Jul 5, 1948
64068 (355th FG, 358th FS) lost to flak anb bellied in 20 mi W of Rendsburg Apr 13, 1945.  MACR 13792.  Pilot POW.
64071 (MSN 122-31797) to Swedish AF as 26082.  To Nicaraguan AF as GN 89.  WFU 1955
64072 (MSN 122-31798) to Swedish AF as 26024.  To Israel Defense Force AF
64084 (336th FS, 4th FS) crashed into farm land of Monks Road, Glossop, England May 29, 1945 on ferry flight
from Debden to Speke.
64087 (MSN 122-31813) to Swedish AF as 26046.  To Israel Defense Force AF as 3607
64089 (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in midair collision 15 mi NE of Lae Morobe, Papua New
Guinea May 17, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
64091 (MSN 122-31817) to Swedish AF as 26111.  To Dominican Republic AF as 1938
64097 w/o Aug 14, 1946 in landing at Johnson AB, Japan
64100 (MSN 122-31826) to Swedish AF as 26040.  To Israel Defense Force AF as 3502
64101 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA Sep 12, 1951, Korea. 
64104 (MSN 122-31830) to Swedish AF as 26135.  W/o Jul 6, 1948
64109 (MSN 122-31835) to Swedish AF as 26023.  W/o Sep 29, 1947
64116 (33rth FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 1 1/2 mi W oF Little Walden, Essex, England
Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
64122 (MSN 122-31848) to Swedish AF as 26130, then to Nicaraguan AF as GN 80 Jan 17, 1955.  Subsequently 
registered N150TU Sep 23, 1963, cancelled, then N150U 1966, cancelled.  Registered N339TH May 23, 1997
Reported 1990 as stored at Big Springs, TX.  On civil registry as N339TH with Ozark Management, Inc 
of Jefferson City, MO
64132 (MSN 122-31853) to Swedish AF as 26044.  W/o Feb 13, 1948
64134 (51st FS) lost in Korea Jul 12, 1950.
64143 (41st FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) believed crashed into East China Sea or Pacific Ocean while returning to Okinawa from
mission to Shanghai, China Jul 22, 1945.  MACR 14834.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
64144 (MSN 122-31870) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2055.
64145  (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in taxiing accident at Nadzab Airfield, Morobe, Papua
New Guinea Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
64147 (MSN 122-31873) to Italian AF as MM4304
64149 (MSN 122-31875) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2063.
64151 (22nd PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashlanded 5 mi W of Munster, Germany due to engine failure Apr 6, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
64152 (MSN 122-31878) to Swedish AF as 26110.  To Dominican Republic AF as 1911 in 1952.
64156 (84th FSD, 78th FG, 8th AF) hit by AAA over Werder airfield, Germany and crashed 20 mi W of Berlin,
Germany Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13772.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
64157 (MSN 122-31883) to Swedish AF as 26005.  W/o Aug 19, 1948
64158 (340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) lost from unknown cause Mar 15, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 13499
64159 (343rd FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) collided in midair with unknown P-51D from 4th FG and crashed near Munich,
Germany Apr 9, 1945.  MACR 13950.  Pilot killed.
44-69655 ... 44-69704
Boeing B-29-55-BW Superfortress
MSN 10487/10536
69655 (499th BG, 877th BS) shot down by Ki-84 over Osaka, Japan Jun 26, 1945 while on mission to Osaka,
Japan.  MACR 14911.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and became POW.  All 9 executed.
69656 (307th BW, 370th BS) engine fire, some crew bailed out Mar 19, 1951.
69659 (40th BG, 44th BS) in landing accident at West Field, Tinian Aug 7, 1945.  All crew survived, but
aircraft DBR.
69665 (468th BG, 793rd BS) shot down by Japanese fighter Jun 5, 1945 over Shorenji Nabari City Mie, Japan
while on mission to Kobe.   MACR 14390.  2 crew KIA, 9 bailed out and became POW.  3 died in captivity
and 6 were executed.
69666 (500th BG, 881st BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Apr 1, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima
aircraft factory in Tokyo.  MACR 14230.  All 11 crew killed.
69669 (29th BG, 6th BS) shot down by AAA on mission to Nagoya Apr 7, 1945.  All 11 crew KIA.
69673 (19th BG, 93rd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Sofifi Temple, Yokohama, Japahn Apr 16, 1945 while on
mission to Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 13925.  All 12 crew killed.
69675 (6th BG, 40th BS) crashed in Shimonoseki Straits due to engine failure Mar 27 1945 after departing Tinian to lay
mines in Shimonoseki Straits, Japan.  MACR 13464.  All 11 crew killed.
69676	 WB-29. 53rd SRS, Medium, Weather. Detached to Saudi Arabia 1951. Emergency landing at Karachi, Pakistan; 
crew detained for unlawful arrival.  Aircraft named ‘Karachi Kids’.  Returned to Kindley AFB, Bermuda May 1952
69680 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF437 Mar 22, 1950.  Returned to USAF Jul 22, 1953
69681 damaged May 14, 1945 2 mi E of North Field, Guam while with 28th BS, 19th BG. All crew
survived, aircraft was repaired and transferred to 52nd BS, 29th BG.  MIA Jun 20, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14880.
69682 (19th BW, 93rd BS) shot down by MiGs Apr 12, 1951.  Crashed into mountain, no parachutes.
69685 (28th BS, 19th BG, 314h BW, 20th AF, "City of Boston/Miss Behavin") flew 34 missions, based on Guam.
Converted to KB-29M.  Reclaimed Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Aug 8, 1954.
69686 (19th BG, 93rd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Itahashi Village Ibargi, Japan Mar 10, 1945
while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 13857.  9 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.  
69691 (29th BG, 43rd BS) crashed at Minamishuna-cho Joto-Ku, Tokyo, Japan Mar 10, 1945 while on mission
to Tokyo.  MACR 12967.  All 11 crew killed.
69700 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research 
Center, Langley Field, VA Jul 31, 1945 to Nov 6, 1950.  Returned to USAF
69703 (497th BG) in crash landing on Motoyama Airfield, Iwo Jima Mar 10, 1945.
69704 converted to KB-29 and used for inflight refuelling trials.
44-69705 ... 44-69804
Boeing B-29-60-BW Superfortress
MSN 10537/10636
69722 named "Battlin' Betty III" with 498th Bg, 73rd BW.
69728 (29th BG, 52nd BS) MIA May 26, 1945 in mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14510
69729 assigned to 875th BS, 498th BG and completed 27 bombing missions.  Converted to KB-29 Jun 1949.
Ended up at NAWS China Lake, in 1986 was transported to Lowry Heritage Museum.  Went through restoration and
put on display there in 1987.  Transferred in 1995 to Seattle Museum of Flight, Washington.  Put on display 
there in 1996 after another restoration.  In 2006 was back in the restoration shop.
69734 (462nd BG) lost May 23, 1945.  MACR 14479
69738 in landing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Mar 21, 1945.  All crew survived but aircraft DBR.
69739 (504th BG, 398th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Tinian Feb 27, 1945.  All crew survived
but aircraft DBR
69742 (500th BG, 882nd BS) lost from unknown cause May 24, 1945 while on mission to Toky0.  MACR 14489.
10 crew killed, 1 bailed out and became POW.	
69745 was with the 869th Squadron on Saipan. It was called Sky-Scrapper III. It flew 35 missions, returned to the U.S. and was later flown 
training pilots for The Korean War.
69746 (19th BW, 28th BS) damaged by MiGs over Sinuiju and landed
at Itazuke AB Mar 30, 1951.
69747 (498th BG, 873rd BS) crashed at Fubo Mountain, Shichigashuku Village, Miyagi, Japan due to bad weather Mar 10, 1945
while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 12949.  All 11 crew killed.
69748 (9th BG, 1st BS) shot down by AAA Mar 25, 1945 and crashed at Nakashinden Yatomi-chi Nagoya, Japan
while on mission to Mitsubishi aircraft engine works at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 13448.  All 11 crew KIA.
69751 (498th BG) lost Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13765
69752 (498th BG, 873rd BS) shot down by AAA Apr 2, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft plant at
Tokyo.   MACR 13761.  All 11 crew KIA.
69755 (500th BG, 881st BS) ditched from unknown cause off coast of Japan May 26, 1945 while on mission to
Tokyo.  MACR 14509. 3 crew killed, 8 bailed out and became POW.
69765 (498th BG, 873rd BS) lost one engine enroute to target May 24, 1945.
Bomb bay doors would not close after bombs were
salvoed.  Ditched in Pacific Ocean on return.  MACR 15422.  Entire crew rescued.
69766 (330th BG, 459th BS) shot down by Japanese fighter Jun 4, 1945 and crashed at Aodani Village Kyoto,
Japan while on mission to Kobe.  MACR 14602.  5 crew KIA, 6 bailed out and became POW.  4 of them died
in captivity either by disease or by being executed.  2 were executed.
69769 	WB-29. 59th WRS. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 
69770 converted to WB-29, named "Typhoon Goon II".  Crashed with 54th SRS crashed Oct 26, 1952 while flying into
Typhoon Wilma.  10 crew killed, no trace found.
69773 (39th BG, 61st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 15, 1945 while on mission to North
Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14425.  2 crew killed, 10 survived and were rescued.
69777 (498th BG), 874th BS) lost 2 engines over target May 24, 1945.  Last
reported trying to reach sea.  MACR 14486.  7 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
69778 w/o Apr 9, q945 in crash 40 mi SW of Carlsbad, New Mexico.  Crew bailed out.
69792 (39th BG, 61st BS) missing in South Pacific, Oct 3, 1945.  MACR 14943
69795 (330th BG, 457th BS) crashed at North Field, Guam Apr 12, 1945 after hitting some trees while returning
from mission to Japan.  10 crew killed, 1 survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
69799 (330th BG, 458th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Sanuma Ibaragi, Japan Apr 13, 1945 while on 
mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14240.  1 crewman killed, 11 crew bailed out and became POW.
69800 reported to have crashed into Lake Mead in 1948.  This can't be
right, since there are records of this plane being with the
307th BW/371th BS in 1952/53 and having returned to the USA in 1954.
To Davis Monthan AFB for storage June 1955.  Dropped from USAF
inventory as surplus Feb 1957.  I have a photo of 44-69800 named
BEETLE BOMBer serving at RAF Sculthorpe in mid 1949.  At that
time it was assigned to the 98th BG, 344th BS. 
69802 (195h BW, 90th BS) stalled and crashed SW of Kangnung, South
Korea due to wing icing Sept 12, 1952.
69803 (98th BW, 344th BS) crew bailed out due to engine problems Feb 28, 1952.
69804 (19th BG, 93rd BS) sustained major battle damage Apr 13, 1945 and made
emergency landing at Iwo Jima.  Plane struck a truck and was damaged further.
Fuselage was stripped and returned to North Field, Guam where it was used
for gunnery practice. 
44-69805 ... 44-69904
Boeing B-29-65-BW Superfortress
MSN 10637/10736
69805 (92nd BG, 325th BS, "Deal Me In") caught fire but landed successfully Oct 14, 1950.
To reclamation at Tinker AFB Aug 8, 1954
69810 w/o Sep 4, 1951 in crash 1 mi S of Mountain Home AFB, Idaho in takeoff accident.
69811 (9th BG, 1st BS, "Tinny Anne") lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 28, 1945 while mission to sow mines in
Shimonolseki Strait.  MACR 14522.  All 11 crew killed.
69812 (98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951.
69817 (19th BW, 28th BS) left main landing gear retracted by accident while parked on hardstand at Kadena AB,
Okinawa Feb 5, 1952.  Aircraft DBR.
69818 (19th BW, 28th BS) crashed during approach to K-3, Korea Jul 7, 1953.
69825 (6th BG, 40th BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 26, 1945.  MACR 15424.  All crew survived.
The MACR has the plane's serial number being 42-69325, which was a P-63A.
69830 w/o May 30, 1945 in crash 20 mi NNE of James Springs, New Mexico.  Crew bailed out
69834 (9th BG, 5th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Naka-ku Yokohama, Japan Apr 15, 1945 while on mission to
Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14277.  8 crew killed 4 bailed out and became POW.
69839 (6th BG, 39th BS) damaged by flak Jun 5, 1945 while on mission to Kobe, Japan.  2 crew killed, 9 
survived.  Aircraft DBR and was salvaged at Iwo Jima.
69840 (6th BG, 40th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Tinian May 16, 1945.  All crew survived, but
aircraft was destroyed.
69841 damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913.
69844 damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913.
69845 (19th BG, 93rd BS) crashed from unknown cause near Kashiwa Islan Lochi, Japan Jun 18, 1945 while om mission
to Kagoshima.  MACR 14893.  All 11 crew killed.
69848 (498th BG, 873rd BS) ran out of fuel Aug 6, 1945 and ditched 40 miles NW of Saipan.  All 11 crew rescued.
69852 (498th BG) missing May 24, 1945.  MACR 14491
69857 (330th BG, 459th BS) lost to unknown cause in Pacific Apr 12, 1945.  MACR 14238.  Fate of crew unknown.
69859 damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913.
69861 w/o Jun 16, 1950 in landing at RAF Lakenheath, UK
69866 (19th BW, 28th BS) damaged by fighters near Seoul, Korea and crew bailed out over Yellow Sea Jul 12, 1950.
69867 (39th BG, 60th BS) ditched 50 mi off coast of Japan May 29, 1945 due to battle damage while on
mission to Yokohama, Japan.  MACR 14537.  8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and were rescued by US Navy
submarines
69871 (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Sueyoshi Chiba, Japan Apr 16, 1945 while on mission to 
Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14269.  5 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
69873 (19th BG, 28th BS) rammed by Ki-61 over Nabari Honshu, Japan Jun 26, 1945 while on mission to Kawasaki aircraft
factory at Kagamigahara Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14711.  10 crew killed, one bailed out became POW.  Executed
in July.
69874 converted to KB-29P
6987? modified to KB-29 and assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale
AFB, LA.  crashed at Lajes Field, Azores May 18, 1950.  All 16 onboard killed.
69881 (29th BG, 52nd BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-65373 on mission to Shizuoka Jun 20, 1945.   A11 12 crew 
killed.
69882 (29th BG, 52nd BS) crashed fromn unknown cause at Nara-Cho Yokohama, Japan Apr 16, 1945 while on 
mission to Kawasaki, Japan .  MACR 14270.  11 crew killed, 1 bailed out and became POW.
69883 (9th BG, 1st BS) crashed at Iwo Jima due to battle damage Aug 7, 1945 while returning from mission to Toyokawa, Japan.
MACR 15418.  All 11 crew bailed out and survived.
69887 (505th BG, 484th BS) shot down by Ki-45 and crashed at Utogi Oita, Japan May 7, 1945 while on mssion to Oita, Japan.   
MACR 14400.  10 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.  He was executed.
69888 (39th BG) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Apr 27, 1945 while on mission to airfields in
Japan.  MACR 14328.  8 crew killed, 3 rescued by US Navy submarine USS Gato SS-212.
69889 (39th BG, 60th BS) crashed in Pacific Ocean May 29, 1945 while returning from mission to Yokohama, Japan
due to engine damage from flak hits.  MACR 14539.  4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and were rescued by US Navy
submarine.
69893 (19th BG, 93rd BS) shot down by AA offshore of Gobo Wakyama, Japan Jun 22, 1945 while on mission to Mitsubishi
aircraft factory at Mizushima, Japan  MACR 14918.  All 11 crew killed.
69894 (39th BG, 60th BS) damaged in takeoff accident at North Field, Guam Jul 28, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft
was repaired and flown stateside.
69895 (39th BG, 61st BS) lost Apr 28, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14333
69896 w/o Nov 31, 1951 in crash 10 mi SW of Yoakum, Texas due to engine failure.  Crew bailed out.
69897 (330th BG, 459th BS) ditched off coast of Japan Apr 24, 1945 due to engine failure while on mission
to Hitachi aircraft factory at Tachikawa.  MACR 14311.  8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
69899 (497th BG, 871st BS) shot down by Ki-44 and crashed at Honshu, Japan May 5, 1945 while on mission to Kobe.  
MACR 14365.  7 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.  All were executed.
44-69905 ... 44-70004
Boeing B-29-70-BW Superfortress
MSN 10737/10836
69907 (39th BG, 60th BS) lost from unknown cause over Pacific while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan Apr 15, 1945.  
MACR 14279.  All 11 crew killed.
69922 (444th BG, 677th BS0 in landing accident at West Field, Tinian Jun 24, 1945.  All crew survived, but
not known if aircraft was repaired.
69926 (499th BG, 878th BS) ditched off Iwo Jima May 14, 1945 after ran out of fueld while on mission to
North Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14430.  2 crew killed, 10 survived and were rescued.
69928 (330th BG, 457th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Guam May 4, 1945.  All crew survived, not known
if aircraft was repaired.
69932 (498th BG, 873rd BS) in landing accident at Isley Field, Saipan Jul 1, 1945.  Crew survived, but aircraft
was damaged.  Not known if the plane was repaired.
69936 (504th BG, 421st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jun 26, 1945.  MACR 14996.  4 crew killed, 7 rescued.
69939 in midair collision with B-29 44-86364 at 26,000 feet over Stockton, CA Nov 16, 1949.  18 crew
of 21 lost.  69939 crashed 14 mi NW of Stockton.
69941 (505th BG, 482nd BS) crashed on takeoff at North Field, Tinian Aug 16, 1945 due to bad weather.  Crew survived,
but aircraft was destroyed.
69942 (383rd BG, 880th BS0 in taxiing accident at Batista Field, Cuba Apr 19, 1945.  All crew survived.  Not known
if aircraft was repaired.
69943 (TB-29, 233rd AAFBU) crashed into high ground 8 mi S of Guadalupe Peak, Texas Jun 30, 1945
while on night navigation training mission during return leg from Davis Monthan AAF to
Mobile, AL.  All 12 aboard killed.
69945 seen at NWF China Lake, CA in mid 1950s, used for explosives testing before being scrapped at 
Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
69951 (98th BW, 345th BS) damaged by gunfire from MiG-15 over bridge at Chongju, North Korea Mar 1, 1951.  Able to
land in South Korea, but aircraft was DBR.
69957 - as SB-29 at China Lake; nose now at U.S. Aviation Museum, Inyokern, California
69959 (93rd BS, 19th BG) lost from unknown cause at Guam Jun 10, 1945.  MACR 14616.  Fate of crew unknown.
69961 (505th BG, 484th BS) ditched after takeoff 2 mi W of North Field, Tinian May 19, 1945 due to flaps being raised too
soon.  MACR 14474.  7 crew killed, 4 survived and were rescued.
69963 (MSN 10795  "Big SCHMOO / WINNIE II" 444BG/58BW/678BS) was one of two B-29s used for post-war rocket 
assisted takeoff test program, designed to extend range by using less fuel on take-off.   
Program probably cancelled because of development of the B-47 /B-36 and  in-flight refueling advances. 
Salvaged Dec/1951
69964 (505th BG) shot down over Tokyo May 26, 1945.  MACR 14502. 8 crew killed, 3 crew fate unknown
69965 (462nd BG) shot down by Ki-45 Jun 5, 1945 over Kobe, Japan.  MACR 14605.  4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and
became POWs.  6 were executed, 1 died in captivity.
69966 (462nd BG) shot down by J2M3 May 14, 1945 near Nagoya, Japan and crashed in Iseno Bay.  MACR 14431.
4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.  5 were executed, 2 released in 1945.
69970 (504th BG, 398th BS, "Nip Finale") shot down by AAA and crashed at Yaehara Chiba, Japan May 29, 1945 while on
mission to Yokohama, Japan.  MACR 16100.  All 12 crew KIA
69972 retired to China Lake Mar 14, 1965.  *Doc* stored on range for many years 
at Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake, CA.  Acquired by
National Museum of Naval Aviation Feb 1994 and registered
N6735C but did not leave China Lake until recovered Apr 15, 1998 and 
moved to United States Air Museum, Inoykern, CA 
for restoration.  Was located at Boeing plant in Wichita
KS for restoration back to flying condition as N69972.  Aircraft
moved out of Boeing plant Mar 2007 (they need the room) and
a hangar appeal has been launched.  Restoration virtually complete Sep 2015.
69973 w/o Aug 8, 1945 in crash 7 mi E of Milton, Florida.  One killed, rest of crew bailed out.
69977 (98th BW) attached by MiGs while hitting bridge at at Kogungong-dong,
Korea and crashlanded at K-1 Mar 1, 1951.
69978 (504th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 25, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14503.
6 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
69979 damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913.
69980 (92nd BG, 325th BS, "Deal Me In") to reclamation at Tinker AFB Aug 8, 1954.
69982 (SB-29) disappeared March 18, 1953 while searching in Newfoundland for RB-36H 51-13721 that General Ellsworth
was lost on.  None of the crew of 10 were ever found.
69983 (MSN 10815) in 1974 was at Sandia Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, NM.  Museum failed, and aircraft reported 
1976 to be derelict and dismantled.  Acquired by USAFM.  Reported
at Saipan, Marianas in 1985 and later at Travis AFB, CA
69984 (MSN 10816) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
69989 damaged in crash Nov 4 1947 3 mi SW of Wilbur, Washington.
69990 (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed NW of Iwo Jima Jul 1, 1945 due to two engines on fire while on mission
to Shimonoseki, Japan.  MACR 14693.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and were rescued.
69993 (498th BG, 874th BS0 lost 2 engines after takeoff and crashlanded at Kobler Field, Saipan Jun 22, 1945. All
crew survived but aircraft was destroyed.
69996 (330th BG, 457th BS) crashed at Iwo Jima due to engine failure Aug 8, 1945.  All crew survived but
aircraft was destroyed.
69998 (487th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause Aug 28, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14867
70001 abandoned on Iwo Jima
70002 (444th BG, 676th BS0 crashed at West Field, Tinian May 17,1 945.  Aircraft was destroyed.
70004 (60th BS, 39th BG) lost from unknown cause in Pacific May 4, 1945.  MACR 14367.  Fate of crew unknown.
44-70005 ... 44-70104
Boeing B-29-75-BW Superfortress
MSN 10837/10936
70005 (482nd BS, 505th BG) lost from unknown cause at Saipan Island Nov 5, 1945.  MACR 15986.  Fate of crew unknown.
70006 converted to KB-29P boom tanker
70008 (29th BG, 52nd BS) shot down by AAA over Kobe, Japan Jun 5, 1945 and crashed at Yamada Village
Hyogo, Japan while on mission to Kobe.  MACR 14604.  9 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
1 died in captivity, one was executed.
70010 (458th BG, 330th BG) loat from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 17, 1945.  MACR 14444.  Fate of crew unknown.
70016 (MSN 10848) converted to TB-29 and used by 4715th REVRON
(ECM).  Acquired 1969 by USAFM and put on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
70017 (19th BG, 28th BS) crashed after disintegrated in midair over Nagoya, Japan May 14, 1945 while on 
mission to Nagoya  MACR 14428.  All 11 crew killed.
70022 used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
70024 converted to KB-29.  Crashed Nov 16, 1950 53 mi w of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
in midair collision with B-50A 46-097.  6 of 10 aboard the KB-29 were killed.
70039 (TB-29, 50-40th CMG, 5040th RF) crashed into mountain 39 mi SE of Talkeetna, 
AK Nov 15, 1957.  6 killed, 4 survived.
70049 (MSN 10881) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake,
CA.  Acquired 1987 by Weeks Air Museum and reported later
same year stored dismantled at Borrrego Springs, CA.
Parts in store at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, Florida
70064 (MSN 10896) Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
Acquired by USAFM and moved to Castle AFB Musuem in 1980.
Now on display at Castle Air Museum, CA.  Plane is actually
made up of three derelict targets from China Lake (44-61535, 44-70064, and one other)
Reported Sep 2006 to be displayed as 461535
70073 (92nd BG, 327th BS, "Mac's Effort) to reclamation Nov 8, 1954
at Smoky Hill
70075 (498th BG, 875th BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan May 24, 1945.  MACR 14485.  All 11 crew KIA.
70083 (499th BG, 877th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 while on mission to
Osaka, Japan. MACR 14428.   All 11 crew killed0
70084 (468th BG, 793rd BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Yoshino Kochi, Japan Jun 22, 1945 while on mission to Kure, Japan.  
MACR 14672.  7 crew KIA, 4 bailed out and became POW. 
70092 (30th BS, 19th BG) lost from unknown cause at Guam Nov 2, 1945.  MACR 15406.  Fate of crew unknown. 
70102 retrieved from China Lake and is now at US Aviation Museum,
Inyoken Airport, CA for restoration.
70104	(MSN 10936)	SB-29 Assigned 1st Rescue Squadron, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb52
44-70105 ... 44-70154
Boeing B-29-80-BW Superfortress
MSN 10937/10986
70109 (504th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause Jun 26, 1945 in South Pacific while on mission to Japan.  
MACR 14940. 4 crew killed, 8 survived and were rescued.
70113 (MSN 10945) converted to TB-29.  Decommissioned and stored 1956; used as target at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 
1960.  To Florence Space Museum, SC in 1973, bu stored dismantled and never
displayed.  Restored and displayed at Dobbins AFB, Georgia in 1997.  Noted
spring 2006 on display at Lockheed factory, Marietta, Georgia
70116 (6th BG, 24th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Yokogoshi Niigata, Japan Jul 20, 1945 while on mission
to mine Niigata Harbor.  All 11 crew bailed out and became POW.  4 were lynched by Japanese civilians, 
70122 (505th BG, 484th BS) lost from unknown cause Oct 10, 1945, North Pacific.  MACR 14951.  Fate of crew unknown.
70132 (444th BG) suffered direct flak hit while bombing Shumitomo Metal Factory at Osaka and crashed
Osaka Bay Jul 24, 1945.  MACR 14792.  10 KIA, 1 POW/executed.
70134 converted to WB-29, named "The Desert Rose", and based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea based at Kindley AFB, 
Bermuda.
70150 named "Tokyo Trolley II"
70151 (307th BW, 370th BS) damaged by MiGs, crew bailed out over Yellow Sea Oct 23, 1951.
44-75027 ... 44-76026
Boeing B-29 Superfortress
Contract cancelled.  MSNs may have been 12587/13586
44-83890 ... 44-83893
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
83892 (331st BG, 356th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 5, 1945.  All crew survived, not known
if aircraft was repaired.
83893 (331st B G, 355th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 6, 1945.  All crew survived.  Aircraft
believed repaired.
44-83894 ... 44-83894
Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress 
Damaged Jun 10, 1945 Kansas (weather-related)
44-83895 ... 44-83895
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
44-83896 ... 44-83899
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
83897 converted to KB-29P
44-83900 ... 44-83900
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83901 ... 44-83903
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83904 ... 44-83904
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83905 ... 44-83907
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
83905 (KB-29P) suffered landing gear failure during touch-
down at Eielson AFB, Alaska April 7, 1956.  Ended up
derelict at the base, and is now immersed in a lake.
83906 converted to KB-29P
44-83908 ... 44-83908
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83909 ... 44-83910
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83911 ... 44-83911
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
(TB-29) damaged Sep 25, 1945 in taxi accident at Van Nuys, California
44-83912 ... 44-83913
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83914 ... 44-83914
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83915 ... 44-83916
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83917 ... 44-83917
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83918 ... 44-83919
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
83918 damaged Sep 7, 1945 in taxi accident at NW Field, Guam
83919 damaged Jul 15, 1950 on dlanding at Burtonwood, UK
44-83920 ... 44-83920
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83921 ... 44-83922
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
83922 converted to KB-29P tanker.
44-83923 ... 44-83923
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83924 ... 44-83925
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83926 ... 44-83926
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83927 ... 44-83927
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA May 9, 1945 to Sep 10, 1946
44-83928 ... 44-83928
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83929 ... 44-83929
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83930 ... 44-83930
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83931 ... 44-83931
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83932 ... 44-83932
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83933 ... 44-83933
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83934 ... 44-83934
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83935 ... 44-83935
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83936 ... 44-83936
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83937 ... 44-83937
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83938 ... 44-83938
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83939 ... 44-83939
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83940 ... 44-83940
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83941 ... 44-83944
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
83942 (502 BG) lost Aug 30, 1945, Central Pacific
83943 converted to KB-29P
83944 converted to KB-29P, w/o Feb 13, 1951 at Vance AB, Oklahoma
44-83945 ... 44-83945
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83946 ... 44-83946
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83947 ... 44-83947
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83948 ... 44-83948
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83949 ... 44-83949
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83950 ... 44-83950
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P.  Crashed near Kirkcudbright, Scotland 
Jul 7, 1951.  11 on board killed.
44-83951 ... 44-83951
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P
44-83952 ... 44-83952
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83953 ... 44-83953
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
92nd BG, transferred to 307th BG, reclaimed Dec 7, 1954 at Tinker AFB.  Damaged Jan 19, 1951 in landing
accident at Macdill AB, Florida
44-83954 ... 44-83954
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83955 ... 44-83955
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83956 ... 44-83956
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83957 ... 44-83957
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83958 ... 44-83959
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83960 ... 44-83960
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
W/o 12 mi S of Livermore, Califormia Mar 19, 1946.
44-83961 ... 44-83961
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
damaged Sep 9, 1952 in landing accident at Sewart AB, Tennessee
44-83962 ... 44-83962
Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress
44-83963 ... 44-83963
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83964 ... 44-83964
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
With 435th BS, 333rd BG Missing near Guam Oct 7, 1945.  MACR 14979.  Fate of crew of 11 unknown.
44-83965 ... 44-83965
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83966 ... 44-83966
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83967 ... 44-83967
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P.  Damaged Jan 17, 1951 in midair collision with B-50D 49-0315 near Hunter AB, Georgia
44-83968 ... 44-83968
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83969 ... 44-83969
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83970 ... 44-83970
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83971 ... 44-83971
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83972 ... 44-83972
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83973 ... 44-83973
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
Crashed while making emergency landing at Muroc Dry Lake, CA Jun 4, 1946.
44-83974 ... 44-83974
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
Damaged Oct 24, 1945 in taxi accident at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  W/o at Kadena Jan 24, 1950.
44-83975 ... 44-83975
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83976 ... 44-83976
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83977 ... 44-83977
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83978 ... 44-83978
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
Damaged Oct 12, 1949 in landing accident at North Field, Guam
44-83979 ... 44-83979
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83980 ... 44-83980
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83981 ... 44-83981
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83982 ... 44-83982
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83983 ... 44-83983
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
Damaged Aug 23, 1q945 in taxiing accident at NW Field, Guam Aug 23, 1945
44-83984 ... 44-83984
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83985 ... 44-83985
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P.  Crashed Jul 10, 1953 with 2nd BW, 2nd ARS, Hunter Field, GA. All 10 aboard killed.
44-83986 ... 44-83986
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83987 ... 44-83987
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83988 ... 44-83988
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83989 ... 44-83989
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83990 ... 44-83990
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
damaged Feb 19, 1950 in takeoff accident at Westover AB, Massachusetts.
44-83991 ... 44-83991
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83992 ... 44-83992
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83993 ... 44-83993
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83994 ... 44-83994
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-83995 ... 44-83995
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83996 ... 44-83996
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
W/o Nov 7, 1948 Guam
44-83997 ... 44-83997
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83998 ... 44-83998
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
There is a photo showing this polane completely destroyed by fire on the ground.
44-83999 ... 44-83999
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84000 ... 44-84000
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-84001 ... 44-84001
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84002 ... 44-84002
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-84003 ... 44-84003
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84004 ... 44-84004
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-84005 ... 44-84005
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84006 ... 44-84006
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-84007 ... 44-84007
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84008 ... 44-84008
Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress
44-84009 ... 44-84009
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84010 ... 44-84010
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84011 ... 44-84011
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84012 ... 44-84012
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84013 ... 44-84013
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84014 ... 44-84014
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
W/o Jun 23, 1950 when ditched 140 mi SSE off Anderson AB, Guam.  3 killed.
44-84015 ... 44-84015
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84016 ... 44-84016
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84017 ... 44-84017
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84018 ... 44-84018
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84019 ... 44-84019
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
W/o Dec 20, 1945 North Field, Guam
44-84020 ... 44-84020
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84021 ... 44-84021
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84022 ... 44-84022
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84023 ... 44-84023
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84024 ... 44-84024
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
Damaged Nov 27, 1946 on landing at Yokota AB, Japan
44-84025 ... 44-84025
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84026 ... 44-84026
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84027 ... 44-84027
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84028 ... 44-84028
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
92nd BG, 327th BS, crashed Aug 30, 1949, Spokane
44-84029 ... 44-84029
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P.  Crashed on landing at Bergstrom AFB, TX
Jan 10, 1957.  4 killed.
44-84030 ... 44-84030
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84031 ... 44-84031
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
(331st BG, HQ) suffered structural failure and ditched 10 mi S of Harmon Field, Guam Jan 22, 1946.  However, there
is a photo of a plane bearing this serial number taken in 1952, fitted with a refuelling boom.
44-84032 ... 44-84032
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
92nd BG, salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
44-84033 ... 44-84033
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84034 ... 44-84034
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84035 ... 44-84035
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84036 ... 44-84036
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
(2nd BG, 49th BS) crashed after takeoff 3 mi SE of Tucson, AZ Dec 16, 1947.  12 killed, 8 survived.
44-84037 ... 44-84037
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84038 ... 44-84038
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P
44-84039 ... 44-84039
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84040 ... 44-84040
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84041 ... 44-84041
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84042 ... 44-84042
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
W/o Oct 24, 1946 on landing at Kadena AB, Okinawa
44-84043 ... 44-84043
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
Converted to XB-29G jet engine test bed.
44-84044 ... 44-84044
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84045 ... 44-84045
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84046 ... 44-84046
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84047 ... 44-84047
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P
44-84048 ... 44-84048
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84049 ... 44-84049
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84050 ... 44-84050
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84051 ... 44-84051
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84052 ... 44-84052
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84053 ... 44-84053
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
Converted to TB-29B.  On display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia
44-84054 ... 44-84054
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84055 ... 44-84055
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress
44-84056 ... 44-84056
Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress
44-84057 ... 44-84057
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84058 ... 44-84058
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84059 ... 44-84059
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84060 ... 44-84060
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84061 ... 44-84061
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
Converted to YB-29J and then to FB-29J
44-84062 ... 44-84062
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
W/o May 16, 1947 at Yokotaq AB, Japan
44-84063 ... 44-84063
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84064 ... 44-84064
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84065 ... 44-84065
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
92nd BG, "Queen of the Neches", to reclamation Nov 28, 1954 Tinker AFB
44-84066 ... 44-84066
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
92nd BG, 325th BS, "Townswicks Terrors" to reclamation Sep 27, 1954
McClellan AFB
44-84067 ... 44-84067
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84068 ... 44-84068
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84069 ... 44-84069
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84070 ... 44-84070
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84071 ... 44-84071
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P
44-84072 ... 44-84072
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
W/o in crash Aug 13, 1945 7 mi NE of White City, Kansas. Crew bailed out.
44-84073 ... 44-84073
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
Used as mothership for X-7/XQ-5 programs.  Damaged Dec 31, 1946 on landing at Boca Raton AAF, Florida
44-84074 ... 44-84074
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
W/o Jul 9, 1947 in landing at Giebelstadt AB, West Germany
44-84075 ... 44-84075
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84076 ... 44-84076
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
On display and named "Man O'War" at SAC Museum, Offutt AFB, NE.  Moved to Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska
44-84077 ... 44-84077
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
with 17th BS, 16th BG W/o Sep 2, 1945 at NW Field, Guam.  MACR 15384.  Fate of crew unknown.  
44-84078 ... 44-84078
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84079 ... 44-84079
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84080 ... 44-84080
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
92nd BG, 325th BS transferred to 98th BG.  Salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at
Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
44-84081 ... 44-84081
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84082 ... 44-84082
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84083 ... 44-84083
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84084 ... 44-84084
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
Modified as SB-29B at China Lake with underfuselage boat; in store at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, 
Florida.  Owned by Aero Trader, Chino, CA.  Offered for sale as a
potential flying restoration package.
44-84085 ... 44-84085
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84086 ... 44-84086
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84087 ... 44-84087
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84088 ... 44-84088
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84089 ... 44-84089
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84090 ... 44-84090
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84091 ... 44-84091
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84092 ... 44-84092
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84093 ... 44-84093
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84094 ... 44-84094
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84095 ... 44-84095
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84096 ... 44-84096
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84097 ... 44-84097
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84098 ... 44-84098
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
44-84099 ... 44-84099
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84100 ... 44-84100
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
Damaged Jan 15, 1947 in Florida
44-84101 ... 44-84101
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84102 ... 44-84102
Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P tanker.
44-84103 ... 44-84103
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress
44-84104 ... 44-84104
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84105 ... 44-84105
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84106 ... 44-84106
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84107 ... 44-84107
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84108 ... 44-84108
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84109 ... 44-84109
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84110 ... 44-84110
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84111 ... 44-84111
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
Converted to EB-29B carrier for XP-85 parasite.
44-84112 ... 44-84112
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84113 ... 44-84113
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
Damaged Oct 11, 1954 near Indianapolis, Indiana
44-84114 ... 44-84114
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84115 ... 44-84115
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84116 ... 44-84116
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84117 ... 44-84117
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
Damaged Jan 16, 1946 at Wright Field, Ohio
44-84118 ... 44-84118
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84119 ... 44-84119
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84120 ... 44-84120
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84121 ... 44-84121
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
Used in 1948-49 Stratovision experiment in airborne TV signal relay sponsored by Martin and Westinghouse.  Had large
retractable TV transmission antenna on belly and uplink antenna on tip of vertical tail. Was damaged Jun 3,
1946 at Patterson Field, Ohio.
44-84122 ... 44-84122
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84123 ... 44-84123
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
crashed 3 mi SE of Johnson AB (3rd Air Rescue Squadron)
44-84124 ... 44-84124
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
Converted to SB-29.  Crashed shortly after takeoff Jan 13, 1951.  3 killed.
44-84125 ... 44-84125
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84126 ... 44-84126
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84127 ... 44-84127
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84128 ... 44-84128
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84129 ... 44-84129
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84130 ... 44-84130
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84131 ... 44-84131
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84132 ... 44-84132
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84133 ... 44-84133
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84134 ... 44-84134
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P.  Crashed Aug 13, 1954 near Lockbourne AFB, OH
with 506th ARS due to progressive failure of engines.  Crew of 16 bailed out successfully.
44-84135 ... 44-84135
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84136 ... 44-84136
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84137 ... 44-84137
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84138 ... 44-84138
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84139 ... 44-84139
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84140 ... 44-84140
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
Cancelled
44-84141 ... 44-84141
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
Converted to EB-29B.  W/o May 21, 1951 10 mi NW of Cienaga, New Mexico.
44-84142 ... 44-84142
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84143 ... 44-84143
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
Damaged Oct 18, 1949 on ground accident at Castle AFB, California.
44-84144 ... 44-84144
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84145 ... 44-84145
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84146 ... 44-84146
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84147 ... 44-84147
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84148 ... 44-84148
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84149 ... 44-84149
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P in Nov 1950.  Crashed Dec 26, 1956 in Alaska.
44-84150 ... 44-84150
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress - cancelled
44-84151 ... 44-84151
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P
44-84152 ... 44-84152
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84153 ... 44-84153
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress - cancelled
44-84154 ... 44-84154
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress - cancelled
44-84155 ... 44-84155
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress
44-84156 ... 44-84156
Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress
44-84153 ... 44-84154
Christopher XAG-1CH
Proposed US Army assault glider.  Contract cancelled (conflict with cancelled Bell-Atlanta 
B-29/B-29B-65-BA)
44-84992 ... 44-85336
Lockheed P-80A-1-LO Shooting Star
MSN 080-1015/1359. Model 80.  Redesignated F-80-1-LO Jun 11, 1948
84994 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
84995 used at Wright Field to test feasibility of towing the aircraft behind a B-29 to increase range.
84998 modified as F-14A development aircraft.
84999 on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah is actually a T-33A which had the long canopy removed, the back seat faired
over, and the short P-80 canopy fitted.
85000 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29667.
85001 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85004 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85005 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29668.
85007 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85009 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85012 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85013 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85014 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85015 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85019 modified as RF-80A-15-LO.  Came in first in first Weatherhead
Trophy competition as part of Cleveland National Air Races Sep 1, 1946.
Achieved speed of 578.63 mph (average of 2 runs in opposite
directions).
85024 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85025 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85029 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85033 assigned to 61st FS, 56 FG at Selfridge Field in 1948-49, and was one of the 16 F-80s that
made the first west-to-east transit of the Atlanti by jet aircraft in Jul 1948.  This aircraft
was lost in a midair collision with a T-33 Jul 24, 1951.  The T-33 landed safely, but the F-80
crashed and the pilot was killed.
85038 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85039 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85041 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85042 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets.  Later modified to test camera equipment in a modified nose,
redesignated ERF-80A-1-LO
85044 fitted with upward-firing guns.  Later fitted with a second cockpit in the nose to test the prone position.
85047 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85048 crashed in North Hollywood, California Aug 6, 1945, killing Richard Bong, 40-kill ace.  A fuel pump
failed and Bong bailed out, but he was too low for his parachute to open and he was killed.
85049 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85051 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85057 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85060 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85062 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85063 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85071 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85072 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85098 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85099 Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jan 30, 1946 to Apr 10, 1950.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
85101 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85104 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85105 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85107 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85109 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85110 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85112 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85116 tested with wingtip rocket racks
85120 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85122 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85123 (MSN 080-1146) noted on display outside Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works',
Palmdale, California Fall 2003.  Now on display at Edwards AFB, California.
85124 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85125 (MSN 080-1148) upgraded to F-80C-11-LO.  Noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo
Aviation History Museum, MI painted as 44-85152
85128 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85132 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85134 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85135 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85142 modified as RF-80A-15-LO.  Ditched in ocean near Cho-do, Korea 
with 67th TRW, 155h TRS due to engine trouble Jan 13, 1953.
85150 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85151 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85152 - Plane so marked located at Kalamazoo Historical Aviation Museum is actually 44-85125.
85154 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85155 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85160 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85161 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85163 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85166 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85167 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85168 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85171 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85172 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85175 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85176 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85177 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85178 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85179 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85180 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85181 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85182 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85183 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85190 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85191 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85196 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85200 modified as XP-80B.  Later modified as XP-80R and set
world's air speed record of 623.738 mph June 19, 1947
flown by Col. Albert Boyd.  Now at USAF Museum, 
Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
85201 modified as XFP-80A, unarmed reconnaissance prototype.  Later modified as RF-80C-11-LO
85205 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85208 crashed east of Toro Peak in Santa Roas Mountains of 
Riverside CO, California Jan 12, 1948, killing the pilot.  
85210 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85214 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets.
85216 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85217 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85220 (3535th PTW) Williams AFB, Arizona – Flew into ground on training flight, Oct 15, 1951
85225 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85226 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85227 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85229 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85230 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85231 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85234 (NE ANG) crashed during landing into B-47s 52-369 and 53-4235 at Lincoln AFB, NE Nov 17, 1956.
Pilot and two cround crew in 52-369 killed.  Further 4 injured.
85235 transferred to USN as BuNo 29689
85237 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85239 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85240 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85242 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85244 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85245 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85246 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85247 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85249 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85252 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85253 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85260 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85261 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85262 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85264 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85268 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85269 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85270 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85279 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85281 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85283 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85284 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85285 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85287 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85290 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85291 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85293 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85297 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85299 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Dec 18, 1946 to Jun 6, 1955.
Registered as NACA 131.  Use to test vortex generators on wing.
85300 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85310 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85311 assigned to All Weather Flying Center, Patterson Field, OH.
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 1948
85315 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85318 collided with 44-85372 NW of Sentinel, AZ Jan 5, 1949.  Pilot badly injured, pilot of other plane killed.
85320 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85321 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85322 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85324 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85328 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85330 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85333 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85334 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
44-86242 ... 44-86276
Martin-Omaha B-29-40-MO Superfortress
86247 (98th BW, 344th BS) crashed on takeoff at Yokota AB Nov 18, 1951.
86267 converted to WB-29 and based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea at Kindley AFB, Bermuda.
86268 (307th BW, 371st BS) shot down by MiGs Apr 7, 1951.
86273 crashed on go around at Yakota 10/14/1951.  8 killed,
5 survived.
44-86277 ... 44-86315
Martin-Omaha B-29-45-MO Superfortress
86284 shot down by MiGs.  Date?  I also have this plane as going
to reclamation Jul 14, 1954 at McClellan AFB
86291 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor 91.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 
509th Composite Group.  Named "Necessary Evil"  Was camera ship on Hiroshima atomic bombing 
mission Aug 6, 1945.   Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational
To Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake in 1956, eventually scrapped.
86292 To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor number 82, was *Enola Gay*, which 
dropped atomic bomb on Hiroshima Aug 6, 1945.  For many years was in storage at Paul Garber
facility at NASM, Washington DC.  Fuselage put on display at NASM for 50th
anniversary of Hiroshima bombing.  Has now been moved to and is fully assembled at
the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at Washington-Dulles IAP.
86295 (307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by MiGs and landed at K-14 Oct 23, 1951.
86308 converted to SB-29A
86313 (TB-29A, 875BS  498BG) while on a night navigation training flight from MacDill Field, Florida
to Chicago and back, flew into the Clingmans dome mountain (Alt. 6,643 feet), approx 200-400 below 
the crest. during thunderstorms and cloudy weather Jun 11/12, 1946 with the loss of 12 aircrew
44-86316 ... 44-86370
Martin-Omaha B-29-50-MO Superfortress
86319	B-29MR. 353rd BS, 301st BW, Barksdale AFB. Detached Jun52 to Sidi Slimane, French Morocco.
86327 (98th BG, 343rd BS) shot down Jun 1, 1951, North Korea
86328 (19th BW, 28th BS) crashed on takeoff from Kadena AB, Okinawa Sep 15, 1950.
86329 (830th BS, 509th BW) crashed into mountain on Manzano Base Nuclear Weapons Storage Area 3 min after takeoff
from Kirtland AFB, NM Apr 11, 1950. All 13 crew onboard killed.  There was a nuclear bomb aboard, 
which shattered when triggers exploded.  The fuel capsule, carried separately, was recovered.
86331	WB-29. 373rd WRS. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda. Stripped of parts and used for a major rescue 
training exercise at Bermuda Mar 21, 1949 when floated out into Castle Harbour to simulate a ditched aircraft.
[another stripped WB-29 was set fire during the exercise for fire rescue training – identity not recorded]
86334 (237th CCTS) crashed 6 mi SSW of Benton, Kentucky during cross country flight during electrical storm
Jul 1, 1945.  9 killed, one survive.
86335 (98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951.
86343 (307th BW, 371st BS) shot down by AAA Sep 13, 1952 over Suiho Hydroelectric Plant,
Korea.  Recently released files show that it was shot down by
a MiG-15 flown by a Soviet pilot.
86344 (462nd BG, 768th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Sakatoichiba Chiba, Japan Aug 2, 1945.  MACR 14811.  1 killed, 11 bailed out
and 1 was killed by Japanese Navy soldiers when he resisted capture.  10 became POW.
86346 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
of atomic weapons.  Converted to Victor number 94.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite 
Group.  Named "Luke The Spook".  Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air Force Base, NM, 
as operational.  (98th BW, 343rd BS) damaged by MiGs Oct 24, 1951, recovered at Yokota AB.  
86347 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Converted to Silverplate Victor numbr 95.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb 
Squadron, 509th Composite Group.  Named "Laggin’ Dragon".  Flew weather recon Aug 9, 1945.  
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air Force Base, NM, as operational.  To
radar calibration, scrapped 1960
86357 (307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by AAA Sep 16, 1950.  Shot down by AAA near
Sunchon, Korea Aug 24, 1951.  Crew bailed out.
86361 (92nd BG, 326th BS, "Lonesome Polecat") transferred to
98th BG.  Salvaged Jul 15, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
86362 (39th BG, 52nd BS) missing May 23, 1945 in Tokyo raid.
86363 converted to KB-29P tanker.
86364 in midair collision with B-29 44-69939 at 26,000 feet over Stockton, CA Nov 16, 1949.  18 crew
of 21 lost.  Crashed 12 mi NW of Stockton, CA
86370 (19th BW, 93rd BS) shot down by MiGs Apr 12, 1951.
44-86371 ... 44-86425
Martin-Omaha B-29-55-MO Superfortress
86371 (98th BG, 345th BS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, North Korea May 7, 1951.
4 survived, one died in POW camp, three released at end of war.
86379 converted to WB-29, named "Big Schmoo" and based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea at Kindley AFB,
Bermuda.
86382 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational
(7th Radar Calibration Squadron) destroyed in post-crash fire Dec 18, 1953 when pilot and copilot
mistook Ogden MAP, Utah for nearby Hill AFB, but down on much shorter runway, overran threshold,
bounced across deep ditch, canal, crossed highway, came to rest in pieces and immediately caught
fire.  One crew killed, 2 injured.
86383 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air Force Base, NM, as operational.
86384 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational.
86387 (92nd Bg, 326th BS) transferred to 307th BG.  Salvaged
Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
86392 (307th BW, 371st BS) collided in midair with 44-61908 (307th BW, 372nd BS) Feb 1, 1952.  86392 was
able to land safely at Kadena, but all crew of 61908 were killed.  (98th BW, 345th BS) shot down by 
MiGs near Cho-do, North Korea Nov 19, 1952.
86398 and 86402 converted to YB-29J.  both later converted to YKB-29J
86400 (98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951.  Crashed Mar 31, 1952 near village
of Daimon.
86401 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86402 used as mothership for X-7/XQ-5 programs.  Reported early 1970s
to be at Aircraft Industries Museum, Louisville, KY
86408 used to collect radioactive samples during
postwar atomic tests..  Now on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah.
86415 (98th BW, 343rd BS) ditched in Sea of Japan after leaflet dropping
mission Sep 19, 1951.
44-86426 ... 44-86473
Martin-Omaha B-29-60-MO Superfortress
86430 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air Force Base, NM, as operational
86431 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Oklahoma City Material Command Depot, OK, awaiting 
storage and removal of Silverplate equipment.
86432 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational.
(92nd BG) surveyed Jul 23, 1947.
86433 (92nd BG, 325th BS, "Peace Maker") to reclamation Aug 8, 1954
at Tinker AFB.
86436 (98th BW) damaged by AAA 3 mi S of Hwangju, Korea May 20, 1951.
86437 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86438 (92nd BG, 327th BS, "Flying Parts") to reclamation Feb 10, 1955
at McClellan AFB
86439 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86440  To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86443 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86444 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86445 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86446 (98th BW, 344th BS) crashed after wing caught fire over Tokyo, Japan at unknown date.  
Fate of crew unknown.  Must have been repaired as it was involved in a ground accident at 
NAS Kwajalein Aug 4, 1950.
86447 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86448 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86451 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86453 seen at NWF China Lake, CA in mid 1950s.
86472 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational
86473 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported Apr 9, 1946 at Roswell Field, NM, as salvaged with Silverplate modifications removed
44-87584 ... 44-87633
Boeing B-29-80-BW Superfortress
MSN 12387/12436
87591 (19th BW, "Blkstrap") seen at NWF China Lake in mid 1950s.  To MASDC Jul 14, 1954.  Used for 
explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
87592 (MSN 12395) with 331st CCTS crash landed with engine fire at Chatham Field, Savannah, Georgia Aug 25, 1945.
Four crew members killed.
87618 (19th BW, 30th BS) suffered heavy battle damage from MiG-15 gunfire over Sinuiju railway bridge over
Yalu River, North Korea Apr 12, 1951.  Able to fly to South Korea but crashed near Seoul Airport, South
Korea.  All crew survived but aircraft was scrapped.
87620 (92nd BG, 327th BS) salvaged Mar 28, 1948, McDill
87627 (MSN 12430) as TB-29 at China Lake.  Reported 1979 in storage at Philips
AAF, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD and there until at 
least 1985.  Now on display at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana
44-87634 ... 44-87683
Boeing B-29-85-BW Superfortress
MSN 12437/12486
87638 (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed on takeoff from Kwajelein Apr 19, 1947.  MACR 16207.   All 16 onboard killed.
87651 (B-29MR) crashed on takeoff with bombs loaded Fairfield AFB Aug 5, 1950.  20 on board, 8 survived,
but 7 on ground also died.  Killed in the accident was Brig Gen Robert E. Travis.  Fairfield AFB later 
renamed Travis AFB in his honor
87652 (877th BS) MIA Pacific, Jul 20, 1945.
87657 "Command Decision" destroyed in transportation accident between NMUSAF facilities.  Flew 123 missions in Korea
and destroyed a total of 5 MiG fighters.  The fuselage and nose on display at the USAF Museum marked as
44-87657 are actually 44-62139.
87664 (29th BG, 8th BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo Aug 8, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft factory
at Tachikawa Tokyo, Japan.  11 crew KIA, one bailed out and became POW.
44-87684 ... 44-87733
Boeing B-29-86-BW Superfortress
MSN 12487/12536
87695 used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
87703 seen at NWF China Lake, CA in mid 1950s.  Used for explosives testing before being scrapped 
at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
87719 at Scott AFB, Illinois in 1946.
44-87734 ... 44-87783
Boeing B-29-90-BW Superfortress
MSN 12537/12586
87734 (19th BW, 93rd BS) missing between Okinawa and Korea Jan 23, 1952.
87735 crashed while attempting to land at Walker AFB near Roswell, NM
Dec 15, 1949.  7 of 12 onboard killed.
87741 (B-29MR) crashed on landing at Anderson AFB, Guam
Dec 17, 1953.  16 on board, 11 survived, but 8 on ground
also died.
87744 (WB-29, 58th WRS) crash landed at Moses Point, Alaska in
late 1951 due to two inflight engine failures.
87750	 RB-29A. 373rd RS, VLR, Weather. Detached to Kindley Field, Bermuda 1946. Named ‘Hurricane Hattie’. 
Crashed Nov 3, 1949 when landing after engine failure at Bermuda.  11 killed.
87752 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
87753 converted to KB-29 and used for inflight refuelling trials
87756 converted to WB-29.  Crashed Apr 5, 1952, all 10 crew killed.  Based at 55th SRS at McClellan AFB, California.
87760 (92nd BG, 325th BS) transferred to 307th BG.  To reclamation
Aug 8, 1954, Tinker AFB.
87766 to USN as P2B-2S #84031
87769 (509th BG, 715th BS) suffered engine fire on takeoff from Tampa, FL during search mission for
ditched B-29 42-68289 Nov 18, 1949.  Crashed into marsh returning to field.  5 crew killed.
87770 (509th BG) converted to KB-29.  Crash landed May 15, 1949 at Marham, UK
87771 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
87774  To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
87779 as KB-29B at China Lake.  Now on display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
87782 converted to KB-29M.  Crashed Mar 26, 1952 (43rd ARS, 43rd BG(M)), 
Davis Monthan AFB, AZ.  Cause of crash was failure of engines #3 and #4.
All 8 crew killed.
45-21693 ... 45-21742
Boeing B-29-90-BW Superfortress
MSN 13587/13636
21705 (MSN 13599) converted to KB-29M.  With 43rd AFERS, crashed 58 mi from Clark AFB Mar 1, 1949 while
returning to Clark after refueling the B-50 Lucky Lady II on its round-the-world flight.  9 killed.
(reportedly, the accident report was altered to state that it was a TB-29 on a routine training mission, 
to keep the accident from casting a bad light on the record flight of the B-50.
21715	376th BW. En-route UK to Barksdale AFB, LA with tech stop at Kindley AFB, Bermuda May 2. 1952. Caught fire when testing 
replacement fuel transfer pump, fuel poured out; destroyed by fire
21717 converted to RB-29 but assigned to wather--308th Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea at Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA (later renamed
Travis AFB)
21721 (98th BW, 345th BS) crashed on takeoff 5 mi N of Yokota AB Feb 7, 1952. 13 killed.
21725 (397th BW, 370th BS) crashlanded at Naha AB, Okinawa Apr 6, 1951
21726 (24d AAFBU, Grand Island AAF, Nebraksa) crashed during storm Oct 1, 1946 30 mi SE of Battle Mountain, Nevada
enroute on training flight to Hamilton AAF, California.  No survivors.
21734 converted to KB-29T probe and drogue tanker by Flight Refuelling Ltd of UK
21736 to the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.
21739 (MSN 13633) to the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons. Was stored at NAS China Lake, CA.  To Korean War
Museum in 1982.  On display at museum in Seoul, Korea since 1972 ?.  Now at Korean Aerospace
Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
21742 to F-13
45-21743 ... 45-21757
Boeing B-29-97-BW Superfortress
MSN 13637/13651
21745 crashed N of Barksdale AFB runway Dec 17, 1951.  4 killed of the 13 onboard.   Destroyed a house in the crash but
the couple sleeping in the house survived.
21747 modified in 1946 to carry either the Tallboy or Grand Slam bombs.
21748 dropped from USAF inventory June 1954 and used as
ground school instructional airframe.  Put on 
display at Chanute AFB Museum, IL marked as Enola Gay
After closure of Chanute AFB Sept 30, 1993, plane moved
to Sandia National Atomic Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
21749 (19th BW, 93rd BS) lost over E. China Sea in mission over Korea Mar 29, 1951. 
The plane marked as 21749 with USAFM at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL was
actually 21748.  Now at the Naztional Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB.
21750 modified in 1946 to carry either the Tallboy or Grand Slam bombs
21751 modified in 1946 to carry either the Tallboy or Grand Slam bombs
45-21758 ... 45-21792
Boeing B-29-95-BW Superfortress
MSN 13652/13686
21761 to F-13
21762 to F-13.  Assigned to 46th/72nd RS at Ladd Field.  Set a squadron record for heaviest takeoff while carrying
supplies to drop to the downed Kee Bird in Greenland
21763 to F-13
21766 to F-13
21768 to F-13.  *Kee Bird* abandoned Feb 21,1947 on frozen lake in Greenland, allegedly after 
getting lost during return from spying flight over Soviet Union.  Remained abandoned
on lake for many years.  During attempt to recover, caught fire and burned 
May 21/22, 1995.
21773 to F-13.  Named "Leaking Lena" and assigned to 46th/72nd RS at Ladd Field
21775 to F-13.  with 46th/72nd RS "The Forlorn Turkey" aka "The Clobbered Turkey", crashed into hillside
Dec 23, 1947 95 mi N of Nome, AK (east slope of Hot Spring mountain).  2 killed while attempting to walk
out, 6 rescued.  3 rescue men killed. 
21777 to F-13.  With 72nd RS, "My Achin Back".  Last photographed at China Lake NTS Apr 1974.  Scrapped. 
21781 converted to KB-29 and used for inflight refuelling trials.
21787 to USN as P2B-1S BuNo 84029 *Fertile Myrtle*.  Used as 
carrier aircraft for D-558-II.  Registered as NACA 137.  Sold 
by NACA to civilian owner as N91329 with American Air Museum,
Richmond, CA.  Now with Weeks Air Museum, Miami, FL as N29KW.
21789 to USN as P2B-1S BuNo 84028
21790 to F-13, later RB-29.  Assigned to 373rd RS, VLR, Weather. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1950. 
Damaged Jul 14, 1950 when taking off after simulated engine failure at Bermuda. Scrapped at Bermuda.
21791 to USN as P2B-2S BuNo 84030
45-21793 ... 45-21812
Boeing B-29-96-BW Superfortress
MSN 13687/13706
21800 Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 15, 1954.
used as "mothership" for X-1 trials.  Delivered X-1B 48-1385.  To MASDC Jul 2, 1959.
21801 Assigned to Oklahoma City, OK
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, 
Langley Field, VA Nov 16, 1945 to Dec 15, 1955.  Registered as NACA 124.
Assigned to Aberdeen proving Ground, MD.
21804 used during Bikini atomic bomb tests as observer aircraft with
enlarged square windows and large vision domes on top of the
fuselage.
21808 assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Apr 1946 to Oct 1948
Code BF-808.  Used as a flying testbed for turbojet and ramjet engines. The engines were mounted 
under the fuselage and operated in flight conditions. Ramjet-powered missiles were also launched 
from the aircraft.
21812 to F-13
45-21813 ... 45-21842
Boeing B-29-95-BW Superfortress
MSN 13707/13736
21814 (307th BW, 371st BS) shot down by MiGs Sw of Kusong, North Korea Nov 10, 1950.
21818 to the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback conversion 
for the carriage of atomic weapons
21822 (98th BW, 344th BS) crashed near Yokohama, Japan after engine fire Jan 24, 1952.
Crew bailed out.
21823 converted to RB-29, assigned to 514th Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
21824 converted to WB-29, named "The Thing", based at 54th SRS, Andersen AFB, Guam
21825 (93rd BG, 328th BS) crashed on takeoff from Peterson Field, CO Nov 5, 1948 when
2 engines failed and crashlanded in open fields near Patty Jewett
Golf course in Colorado Springs.  All 10 crewmembers eacaped the
wreck before it burst into flames.
21838 converted to WB-29, named "Typhoon Goon", based at 54th SRS at Andersen AFB, Guam.
21842 (28th BG, 77th BS) crashed 25 mi from Naknek, AK Feb 28, 1947l
45-21843 ... 45-21872
Boeing B-29-100-BW Superfortress
MSN 13737/13766
21846 to B-29F electronic reconnaissance aircraft used in Arctic conditions
21847 to B-29F electronic reconnaissance aircraft used in Arctic conditions.  Crashed into Lake Mead, 
NV during research flight July 21, 1948.  Crew of 5
was able to scramble away before the plane sank.  Has been located by
sonar in 170 feet of water.  Largely intact except for 3 missing engines.  The
flight was for a secret missile guidance system that allowed navigation
by tracking of the Sun.  A low pass over calm water with pilot error
put it into the lake.
21848 (F-13) to B-29F electronic reconnaissance aircraft used in Arctic conditions. With Alaska Air Comand 1946-47.  
With 46th RS, crashed shortly after takeoff from Ladd Field, Alaska May 29, 1947.  9 crew injured, 3 missing. 
21853 converted to B-29F.  Crashed Dec 12, 1946 at Ladd Field.
21856 to B-29F electronic reconnaissance aircraft used in Arctic conditions.
21857 (MSN 13751) modified to EB-29 status for upper atmosphere research.  Assigned to Armatile Field, Inyokern, California
(China Lake NAS).  Suffered onboard fire Nov 4, 1949 in rear compartment.  Surveyed Jan 5, 1950.
21859 to B-29F electronic reconnaissance aircraft used in Arctic conditions.
21866 (3150th Electronics Squadron) crashed 2 mi S of Waycross, GA after taking off from 
Robins AFB Oct 6, 1948.  9 killed, 4 parachuted to safety.  
21867 (last B-29 to be delivered) converted to WB-29.  Crashed (58th SRS, Weather) Sep 25, 1953 near
Eielson AFB, Alaska.
45-21873 ... 45-22392
Cancelled contract for Boeing B-29 Superfortress
MSN 13767/14286
45-40911 ... 45-41735
Cancelled contract for Boeing B-29 Superfortress
MSN 14287/15111
45-42480 ... 45-43079
Cancelled contract for Boeing B-29 Superfortress
MSN 15112/15711
46-46 ... 46-60
Boeing B-50A-25-BO Superfortress
MSN 15766/15780
47 (43rd BG, 63rd BS) crshed Nov 16 1950 53 mi W of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ after midair
collision with KB-29 44-70024.  7 of 13 crew killed.
49 (43rd BW, 63rd BS) collided with B-50A 47-101 Jul 17, 1953 and crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB.
4 parachuted to safety, one killed in parachute attempt, 7 were were unable to bail out and
were killed when plane crashed.  47-101 landed safely.
60 (43rd BW, 65th BS) based at RAF Lakenheath crashed near Isleham, UK Oct 13, 1949.  Crew of 12 killed.
46-523 ... 46-524
McDonnell XP-85 Goblin
Redesignated XF-85 in 1948.
523 completed Oct 1947. Shipped to the Ames Aeronautical Research Laboratory, NAS Moffett, CA Nov 9, 1947 for wind tunnel tests.
Preparations for the wind tunnel test were completed by Jan 8, 1948. When being lifted onto the support pylons, the sky 
hook latch disengaged due to faulty assembly and the forward section of the Goblin was severely damaged.  Returned to 
McDonnell at St Louis for repairs.  First and only flight Apr 8, 1949.  Severe turbulence and loss of directional 
stability, prevented a hook-up to the B-29 and forced the pilot to make an emergency landing on the lakebed.
Donated Aug 23, 1950 to National Museum of the US Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio.
524 shipped to the Ames Aeronautical Research Laboratory, NAS Moffett, CA as a replacement for 46-523 for the wind tunnel tests.
Returned to McDonnell at St Louis spring 1948 to prepare for flight tests. Shipped to Muroc AFB 5Jun48.  First flight 
Aug 23, 1948.  Initially, the XF-85 made captive flights suspended beneath the EB-29B above Muroc Dry Lake. The first 
free flight came on August 28. The test pilot detached his XF-85 from the EB-29B and flew free for 15 minutes while he 
evaluated the handling properties of the new fighter. Severe turbulence and loss of directional stability prevented a 
hook-up to the B-29. The XF-85 was slammed up against the trapeze and the canopy was shattered, forcing the pilot 
to make an emergency landing on the lakebed.  Following repairs, 46-524 made three flights on October 14 and 15 of 1948.   
It was originally transferred to the Norton Air Force Base (near San Bernardino, California).  When the base museum was 
closed and its collection dispersed, the second XF-85 prototype languished in an unrestored condition as part of the 
Tallmantz private collection in California, until being acquired by Offutt AFB.  
Transferred to the Strategic Air Command Museum or SAC Museum, Omaha AFB, NE
The museum moved location to Ashland, NE May 1998.
The museum's name changed to the Strategic Air & Space Museum June 2001.  To be renamed Strategic Air Command and 
Aerospace Museum Jun 2016.
in 1950, still in a damaged state after its last emergency landing. Now on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
48-641 ... 48-694
Republic F-84D-1-RE Thunderjet
641 converted to EF-84D for use in Project Tip-Tow in wingtip hookup with B-29.    
E prefix did not mean any modification prior to 15 Aug 55, it simply meant Exempt, and was painted on all 
ARDC a/c so they did not have to be grounded by the routine TCTOs that used to pop up.  Crashed Apr 24, 1953 in
incident with B-29 44-62093.
650 Hamilton AFB surveyed 14 Mar 1951
656 at Chanute AFB, marked as 488656.
661 converted EF-84D for use in Project Tip-Tow in wingtip hookup with B-29.
E prefix did not mean any modification prior to 15 Aug 55, it simply meant Exempt, and was painted on all 
ARDC a/c so they did not have to be grounded by the routine TCTOs that used to pop up. 
49-232 ... 49-259
Douglas C-124A Globemaster II
MSN 43161/43188
232 (MSN 43161) crashed near New Lisbon, IN May 23, 1951.  7 of 12 onboard killed.  Made
emergency landing in a cornfield and caught fire and burned.
233 (MSN 43162) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
234 (MSN 43163) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
235 (MSN 43164) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
236 (MSN 43165) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ0336 Feb 13, 1967 
237 (MSN 43166) damaged in landing accident Feb 7, 1951 at Rapid City AB, South Dakota.
238 (MSN 43167) to MASDC Jan 4, 1967
239 (MSN 43168) developed engine problems after takeoff from
Richards-Begaur AFB, MO and crashed on attempt to return.
All 7 onboard killed.  (ASN)
240 (MSN 43169) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
241 (MSN 43170) to MASDC Feb 13, 1967
242 (MSN 43171) to MASDC Jan 16, 1967
243 (MSN 43172) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 3, 1970 as CQ145
244 (MSN 43173, 2nd Strategic Support Squadron) exploded in flight over North Atlantic near Ireland
Mar 22/23, 1951.  53 killed, including Gen Paul Cullen and his command staff.  Newspapers at the time
claim that the plane actually managed to ditch intact and all persons egressed safely.  A B-29 that found them and
circled the scene saw rafts and got signals from the rescue radios that all were safe.  However, when rescuers
reached the scene 19 hours later, there were no survivors and all that could be recovered was a burned 
briefcase and a partially deflated life raft.  Intelligence released in the decades that followed suggests
there was some serious Soviet submarine activity in that area and speculated the Cullen and the other survivors
were captured and taken to the Soviet Union for questioning.  The disappearance of the survivors remains a 
great mystery of the Cold War
245 (MSN 43174) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1969
246 (MSN 43175) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Mar 10, 1969 as CQ012
247 (MSN 43176) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Jun 23, 1971 as CQ193
248 (MSN 43177) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1969
249 (MSN 41378) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 28, 1969
250 (MSN 43179) damaged Jun 2, 1851 in takeoff accident at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona.  Converted to C-124C.
To MASDC Jul 30, 1969.
252 (MSN 43181) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ113 Nov 14, 1969
253 (MSN 43182) converted to C-124C.  3rd Strategic Support Squadron.  Damaged at Kindley AFB, Bermuda 
Dec 2, 1952 when landed short and broke left main landing gear; repairs completed Jun53.  Aircraft was 
on a secret mission from Hunter AFB to undisclosed destination probably carrying nuclear weapons.
To MASDC Jun 3, 1969
254 (MSN 43183) crashed on takeoff at Shreveport-Barksdale AFB, LA
Jul 6, 1959.  The plane was on a nuclear logistics movement
mission, and one weapon was destroyed, causing slight
contamination.
255 (MSN 43184) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ142 Jan 8, 1970.
256 (MSN 43185) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC May 13, 1969.
257 (MSN 43186) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC as CQ091 Jun 17, 1969
258 (MSN 43187) delivered to the United States Air Force Jan 31, 1951
Feb 1951 	To 3rd Strategic Support Squadron (SAC), Hunter AFB, GA
Jan 1952 	Unit moved to Barksdale AFB, LA (deployment to Biggs AFB, TX)
Apr 1961 	To 305th Troop Carrier Squadron (USAFR), Tinker AFB, OK
Oct 1961 	Unit assigned to Tactical Air Command (TAC)
Mar 1962 	To 442nd Troop Carrier Wing (TAC), Tinker AFB, OK
Jul 1962 	To 1502nd Air Transport Wing (MATS), Hickam AFB, HI
Mar 1963 	To 1503rd Air Transport Wing (MATS), Tachikawa AB, Japan
Jul 1964 	To 1502nd Air Transport Wing (MATS), Hickam AFB, HI
Aug 1965 	To 916th Troop Carrier Group (AFRES), Carswell AFB, TX
Jan 1966 	Unit became 916th Military Airlift Group
Jul 1969 	To 3902nd Air Base Wing (SAC), Offutt AFB, NE and dropped from inventory by 
transfer to school or museum
Was at Offutt AFB, NB but moved to Dover AFB, DE.  
Now under restoration at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware
259 (MSN 43188) converted to C-124C.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1969
51-8274 ... 51-8505
North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre
MSN 173-407/638.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8275 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8171)
8278 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8160)
8279 damaged Oct 23, 1953 grd fire-Ethan Allen AFB, VT
8281 (MSN 173-414) assigned to 85th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18281.  In midair collision 
with 51-5958 at Zetten, Holland Apr 17, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
8288 w/o  Dec 12, 1953 Fatal grd collision-with 51-8489 at Duluth Munc A/p, MN
8289 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8172)
8290 damaged Feb 24, 1954 Engine fail/fire-McChord AFB, WA
8291 to Republic of China AF
8294 damaged Dec 19, 1955 Taxi accident-Tyndall AFB, FL
8297 to Greek AF
8298 to Greek AF. Seen on fire dump Aginon, Greece.
8302 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8173)
8303 (MSN 173-437) to Royal Danish AF Aug 17, 1960 as 18303.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
8305 to Greek AF.  Modified to operate AIM-9 Sidewinder
8306 damaged Dec 5, 1953 Landing-Muscle Shoals Munc A/p, AL
8307 (MSN 173-440) to Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18307.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
8310 w/o Apr 19, 1955 Engine fail/fire-18 miles ENE of Chitose AFB, Japan   Pilot bailed out
8319 to Greek AF
8326 (MSN 173-459) to Royal Danish AF aug 20 1960 as 18326, coded as F-326.  Lost both wings, crashed in the 
sea north of Skagen Sep 23, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely
8329 to Republic of China AF
8330 to Greek AF
8331 w/o Aug 19, 1954 Fatal grd collision-McGuire AFB, NJ
8333 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8174)
8341 w/o Feb 24, 1954 Missing about 5 miles S off Westhampton Beach, NY
8344 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8102) and preserved at Tokorozawa Aviation Museum near Tokyo
8345 w/o Nov 9, 1955 Engine fail/fire & force landing-Pottsboro, TX
8346 (MSN 173-479) to Royal Danish AF as 18346, coded as F-346.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at
Skyrdstrup AB.  Noted in use as a target on Oksbol Range Jun 2000.
8354 damaged Nov 16, 1953 Landing-Andrews AFB, MD
8355 to Greek AF
8357 w/o Mar 9, 1955 Engine fail/fire & cr landing-7 miles WSW of Panama City, FL
8358 to Greek AF
8359 to Greek AF
8361 (MSN 173-494) to Royal Danish AF Sep 23, 1960 as 18361.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Tirstrup AB.
8362 to Greece
8366 to Greece
8367 damaged Nov 2, 1953 Landing-Greater Pittsburgh A/p, PA
8368 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8101)
8370 to Greek AF
8371 damaged Nov 17, 1955 Struck on grd by 52-401 at Landstuhl AFB, West Germany
8374 to Greek AF
8375 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8103). Preserved at Iruma Air Base Nov 1992 but removed in 2003.
8376 to Greek AF
8377 to Greek AF
8378 to Greek AF
8379 damaged Dec 17, 1955 Engine fail/fire-Perrin AFB, TX
8380 w/o Feb 17, 1954 ‘Explosion’-Perrin AFB, TX
8392 to Greek AF
8397 w/o Dec 19, 1955 Fatal mid air with TB-29 44-61816- 6 miles N of Port St Joe, FL
8398 to Greek AF
8401 damaged Mar 9, 1954 Landing-George AFB, CA
8403 (MSN 173-536) to Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18403.  Engine failure, crashed at Hulsig Jan 19, 1963. 
Pilot ejected safely.
8404 (MSN 173-537) presumably went to Greek AF, since was noted
in May 2004 as being in Polemico Moussio (war museum) in
Athens, Greece painted as 51-6171
8409 on display with Oklahoma ANG at Tulsa IAP, Oklahoma.
8413 damaged Feb 16, 1954 Structural failure-10 miles SSW of Point Mugu NAS, CA
8415 on display at Paso Robles, Shandon, CA
8416 w/o  Dec 21, 1954 Engine fail/fire & force landing-Tinker AFB, OK
8421 (MSN 173-554) assigned to 331st FIS.  To Tennessee ANG 151th FGIS, 134th FIG.  To Royal Danish AF
Mayh 28, 1960 as 18421.  WFU May 14, 1966.  Preserved at Billund, later to ASkrydstrup AB.
To display at Aalborg Defense Museum Dec 2003
8422 To MASDC  Jul 20, 1960, To Lockheed, To McLellan AFB, To Philippine AF as ‘18422’  June 1961
8427 (MSN 173-560) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18427.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used for fire practice at Vandel AB.
8429 (MSN 173-562) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18429.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
8431 (MSN 173-564) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18431.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Skrydstrup AB.
Later as a target on the Oksbol Range
8434 damaged Jan 13, 1954 taxi accident-George AFB, CA
8435  damaged Mar 11, 1954 Landing-George AFB, CA
8436 gate guard at Basa AB, Philippines.
8439 w/o Nov 27, 1954 Fatal grd collision-O’Hare Intl A/P, IL
8449 (MSN 173-582) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18449.  W/o Aug 12, 1964 at Aalborg AB.  WFU Mar 31, 1966
and scrapped.
8451 (MSN 173-584) to Royal Danish AF May 28 1960 as 18451.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Tirstrup AB.
8453 (MSN 173-586) assigned to 440th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18453.  Damaged and WFU Feb 10, 1964
at Skrydstrup AB - preserved in museum in Copenhagen
8455 donated Apr 4, 1960 and on display in fenced in area in Twining Park, Monroe, Wisconsin
8457 to Greek AF
8461 (MSN 173-594) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18461.  Preserved at Danmarks Flyvemuseum in Billund.
Museum closed in 1997
8464 To MASDC  Jan 21, 1960, To Lockheed, To McClellan AFB, To Philippine AF as ‘18464’ June 1961
8466 to MASDC
8467 on display at Corvallis, Oregon
8468 to MASDC
8469 (MSN 173-602) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18469.  WFU May 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Vandel AB.
Preserved at Danmarks Flyvemuseum in Billund.  Museum closed in 1997
8470 (MSN 173-603) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18470.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Aalborg AB.  
To fire dump in Aalborg.  Seen there Dec 2003.
8471 to MASDC
8472 (MSN 173-605) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18472.  Ran out of fuel, crashed at Skrydstrup AB 
Nov 17, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely
8473 (MSN 173-606) assigned to 497th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18473.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.
Used as a decoy at Aalborg AB.  Later as a target at Oksbol Range
8474 (MSN 173-607) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18474.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB.
8477 w/o Feb 26, 1960 in crash 5 mi S of Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma
8481 to MASDC
8485 to MASDC
8487 to MASDC
8488 w/o Apr 18, 1955 Mid air with T-33A 50-432, 10 miles S of Gainsville,TX.  Pilot bailed out
8489 w/o  Dec 12, 1953 Fatal grd collision with 51-8288 at Duluth Munc A/p, MN
8490 to South Korea as 490
8491 to MASDC
8492 to MASDC 
8495 to MASDC
8497 to MASDC
8498 to MASDC
8498 to MASDC
8500 (MSN 173-633) assigned to 469th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18500.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as
a decoy at Karup AB.  Preserved in Kjevik.
8501 to MASDC
8502 to MASDC
8503 to MASDC
8504 (MSN 173-637) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18504.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoyu at Karup AB
61-2408 ... 61-2425
Boeing-Vertol HC-1B-BV Chinook
MSN B-12/B-29.  Vertol Division, Boeing Airplane Co. Model 114.  Redesignated CH-47A in 1962.
2408 (MSN B-12). Accepted by the US Army Dec 19, 1962. SOC Apr 11, 1975
To the California Army National Guard Aviation Museum at San Luis Obispo, CA
To the Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum, Fort Campbell, KY. [aka - Don F. Pratt Museum-101st Airborne 
Division (Air Assault)].  To be included in the Wings of Liberty Museum, Fort Campbell, KY
2409 (MSN B-13) accepted by the US Army Jan 9, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0022 Dec 2, 1978.  To manufacturer 
Apr 15, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00261.
2410 (MSN B-14) to MASDC as XM0010 Jul 17, 1978.  To manufacturer Jul 18, 1991 and rebuilt as 
CH-47D and reserialed 91-00265.
2411 (MSN B-15) accepted by US Army Feb 14, 1963.  Crashed Jan 29, 1964 Fort Rucker, AL
2412 (MSN B-16) accepted by the US Army Feb 15, 1963.  Redesignated GCH-47A as GIA.  To MASDC as XM0030 May 6, 1988.  Returned to
manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00301
2413 (MSN B-17) accepted by the US Army Mar 28, 1963.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort 
Eustis, VA.   Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00299.
2414 (MSN B-18) accepted by the US Army Apr 25, 1963.  old to RAF
2415 (MSN B-19) accepted by the US Army Apr 30, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0002 Jun 17, 1975.   Returned 
to manufacturer Jul 12, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00266
2416 (MSN B-20) accepted by the US Army Apr 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0014 Oct 26, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Apr 1, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00260
2417 (MSN B-21) accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0008 Jun 30, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Aug 5, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00267
2418 (MSN B-22) Accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963. SOC Dec 15, 1973.  
To NASA Langley Research Center Impact Dynamics Research Facility, VA. 
Used in a CH-47 Crash Test (T-40) Structural, Cargo Restraint, and Aircrew Inflatable Restraint 
Experiments. Tested to destruction Aug 4, 1976.
2419 (MSN B-23) accepted by the US Army May 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0007 Jun 29, 1978.  Back to 
manufacturer Aug 5, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00268
2420 (MSN B-24) accepted by the US Army Jun 27, 1963.  To MASDC as Dec 1, 1978 as XM0020.  Returned to 
manufacturer Jun 6, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00264.
2421 (MSN B-25) accepted by the US Army Jun 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0003 Jun 19, 1975.  Returned to 
manufacturer Sep 16, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00269
2422 (MSN B-26) accepted by the US Army Jun 29, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0023 Dec 15, 1978.  Returned to 
Boeing Sep 16, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00074
2423 (MSN B-27) accepted by the US Army Jun 30, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0004 Jun 19, 1975.  Returned to 
manufacturer Sep 22, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00270.
2424 (MSN B-28) accepted by the US Army Jul 30, 1963.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00070.
2425 (MSN B-29) accepted by US Army Jul 31, 1963.  With US Army Aviation School) on takeoff the aft blades 
went to full pitch and crashed at Ft. Rucker, AL Apr 15, 1969.  All onboard killed.
62-0002 ... 62-0029
Martin SM-68B Titan II missiles
Redesignated LGM-25C
0002 (B-21) launched from Vandenberg AFB Sep 11, 1967
0003 (B-22) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 14, 1965
0004 (B-23) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-33 flight
0005 (B-24) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0006 (B-25) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-30 flight
0007 (B-26) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0008 (B-27) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jan 9, 1975
0009 (B-28) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jul 30, 1964
0010 (B-29) used for parts.  Stage 1 used for B-27 flight
0011 (B-30) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 30, 1965
0012 (B-31) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0013 (B-32) launched from Vandenberg AFB Nov 4, 1964
0014 (B-33) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 20, 1965
0015 (B-34) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0016 (B-35) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0017 (B-36) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 2, 1968
0018 (B-37) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0019 (B-38) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0020 (B-39) stored at Norton AFB, CA, used for Titan II SLV 23G-13
0021 (B-40) launched from Vandenberg AFB Sep 18, 1966
0022 (B-41) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 4, 1975
0023 (B-42) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0024 (B-43) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0025 (B-44) stored at Norton AFB, CA, used for Titan II SLV 23G-13
0026 (B-45) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 16, 1965.
0027 (B-46) launched from Vandenberg AFB May 24, 1972
0028 (B-47) stored at Norton AFB, CA
0029 (B-48) stored at Norton AFB, CA
65-13005 ... 65-13020
Bell OH-13S-BF Sioux
MSN 3901/3906,3915/3916,3909/3914,3907/3908
13005/13020 sold to Spain
13005 (MSN 3901) to Spanish Army Aviation as Z.7B-25.  W/o Dec 7, 1972.
13009 to Spanish Army as HE.7B-29, then became EC-DZJ.
13012 to Peru as FAP 624
13013/13018 (MSN 3909/3914) to Turkish Army in 1966.
66-19000 ... 66-19097
Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-258/355.
19000 (B-258) accepted by the US Army 28Oct66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24356
19001 (B-259) accepted by the US Army 31Oct66
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company Flippers 
Crashed during test flight in Vietnam Jul 16, 1969.  All 7 aboard killed.
19002 (B-260) accepted by the US Army 4Nov66
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec66-Mar67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Dec67-Feb68	Named "Alfred E. Wall" 
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Mar68-Jan70
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Feb71-Jun71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul71-Jun72
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19002
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
19003 (B-261) accepted by the US Army 4Nov66
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jan67-Jan71
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72–Sep72
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training, Chicago, IL Oct72 
Assigned to 388th Transportation Company Nov72
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19003
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.  Preserved and on display at the China Aviation 
Museum, Datangshan, Beijing, PRC.  Often identified as 66-19004
19004 (B-262) accepted by the US Army 7Nov66
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19004
Captured by North Vietnamese Army 
Operated by No. 917 Mixed Transport Regiment, Vietnam People’s Air Force
19005 (B-263) accepted by the US Army 10Nov66
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL
Crashed Jul 18, 1968 at Fort Rucker, AL
19006 (B-264) accepted by the US Army 9Nov66
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Crashed Dec 26, 1967 Phu Cat AFB, Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam. The aircraft was 
approaching to land at the AFB with passengers for the Bob Hope USO show. A blade came off the 
aft head and the aft transmission and pylon was dislodged from the airframe. The aircraft 
fell to the ground from about 200 feet tail first. The aircraft landed on its tail then 
continued down onto its belly. At this point the forward transmission departed the airframe. 
There were 33 personnel on board, with eight fatalities. Every one was hurt in some way.
19007 (B-265) accepted by the US Army 10Nov66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar67-Jan68
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19007
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19008 (B-266) accepted by the US Army 10Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec66-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Jul69
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Nov69-Feb71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24176
19009 (B-267) accepted by the US Army 14Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec66-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Aug68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Nov68-Dec68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Jan69-Mar69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24354
19010 (B-268) accepted by the US Army 15Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec66-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Oct67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Oct68-Jan69
Assigned to 539th Transportation Company Jun69-Apr71 
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion May71-Feb72 
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Mar72-Jun72
MAP transfer Jun72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19010
Assigned to 249th Helicopter Squadron, 84th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Division, Soc Trang
Shot down by SA-7 Dec 12, 1974.  All of about 50 on board killed.
19011 (B-269) accepted by the US Army 16Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Jul68
Crashed Cu Chi Army Airfield, Saigon, Vietnam Jul 23, 1968
19012 (B-270) accepted by the US Army 17Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 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.
19013 (B-271) accepted by the US Army 16Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 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.
19014 (B-272) accepted by the US Army 19Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 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.
19015 (B.273) accepted by the US Army 18Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 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.
19016 (B-274) accepted by the US Army 28Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 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.
19017 (B-275) accepted by the US Army 2Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Aug69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company Big Windy USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23383
19018 (B-276) accepted by the US Army 29Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Muleskinners Sep67-Jun69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company Big Windy USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-Nov75
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Dec75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24360
19019 (B-277) accepted by the US Army 30Nov66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Nov68
Crashed on landing and caught fire 11/21/1966 near Cu Chi, South Vietnam.  Occupants escaped 
with minor injuries.
19020 (B-278) accepted by the US Army 2Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb68
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Apr68-May69
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jun69-Apr71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Aug72-Mar75
Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Jun75-Jul75
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24160
19021 (B-279) accepted by the US Army 10Dec66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Jul69-Sep70			
Had artwork "Road Runner". 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24324
19022 (B.280) accepted by the US Army 5Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Feb69
Destroyed on ground 26 February 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.
19023 (B.281) accepted by the US Army 12Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Mar69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Aug71
Crashed near Pegnitz, West Germany Aug 18, 1971.  37 killed.  The aircraft exploded and broke 
in two parts while on a training flight from Regensburg to Grafenwoehr, West Germany and crashed 
near Pegnitz, Bavaria. Fatigue failure of the rotor blade led to its failure and structural 
failure of the aircraft. The passengers were members of HHC 2-4 Infantry.
19024 (B-282) accepted by the US Army 9Dec66
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Jan67-Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Sep67-Jul69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company Big Windy USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Oct74-Jul75
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24362
19025 (B-283) accepted by the US Army 12Dec66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Jan67-May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Vietnam "Black Cats" Dec68-Jan69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Feb69-Aug69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Oct75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23381
19026 (B-284) accepted by the US Army 19Dec66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division "Wildcat" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24327
19027 (B-285) accepted by the US Army 15Dec66
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Mar67-Mar69	Named "Nancy" 
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Jul69-Oct70
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers", Fort Bragg, NC Jan72-Sep72
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training, Chicago, IL Oct72 
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19027
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
19028 (B-286) accepted by the US Army 16Dec66
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01654.
19029 (B-287) accepted by the US Army 16Dec66
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" 
Caught on wire on takeoff and fell into ravine near Chon Thanh, SVN
May 6, 1969.  One crewmember killed, 39 passengers killed, 9 injured.
19030 (B-288) accepted by the US Army 19Dec66
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67-Aug69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Sep70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
Assigned to 205th Aviation Company "Geronimos" USAREUR 
Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01677
19031 (B-289) accepted by the US Army 22Dec66
Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; 49th Aviation Company, Fresno [1978]
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23775
19032 (B-290) accepted by the US Army 28Dec66
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat Jan69-Jul69
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Jan 3, 1968.
19033 (B-291) accepted by the US Army 9Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-Mar69 	
Artwork Biere “33” Export. 
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19033
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Blew up on approach Feb 14, 1974.  Suspected sabotage
19034 (B-292) accepted by the US Army 6Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-May69
MAP transfer May72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19034
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19035 (B-293) accepted by the US Army 6Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-Mar69
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19035
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in action Mar 23, 1975.
19036 (B-294) accepted by the US Army 5Jan67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-May68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Aug68-Jul69
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Aug69-Jul70	
Named "Hanger Queen Abortion" 
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" May71-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Jul73-Mar75
Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Fort Richardson, AK Jun75-Jul75
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24329
19037 (B-295) accepted by the US Army 10Jan67
MAP transfer Mar72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19037
Captured by North Vietnamase Army in 1975
19038 (B-296) accepted by the US Army 12Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-Jul68
MAP transfer Aug72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19038
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19039 (B.297) accepted by the US Army 18Jan67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn"   
Crashed in Vietnam Oct 30, 1968
19040 (B-298) accepted by the US Army 17Jan67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" May67-Mar69
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Oct69-Jul70
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Sep70-Nov70
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Dec70-Aug71
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Sep71-Nov71
MAP transfer Nov71 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19040
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19041 (B-299) accepted by the US Army 17Jan67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division "Wildcat" 	
Named "The Grunt Wagon". 
Collided with C-7 63-9753 Oct 3, 1968 near Camp Evans, Vietnam.  5 crew and
and six passengers on the CH-47A were killed, along with 4 crew and 9 passengers on the C-7.
19042 (B-300) accepted by the US Army 20Jan67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19042
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.  Derelict at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Saigon
19043 (B-301) accepted by the US Army 20Jan67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" May67-Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Aug68-Dec68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Apr69-Oct70	
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Nov70-May71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Aug72-Jan74
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Oct75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23767
19044 (B-302) accepted by the US Army 23Jan67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24368
19045 (B-303), accepted by the US Army 24Jan67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division "Wildcat" 
Crashed in Vietnam Oct 31, 1969
19046 (B-304) accepted by the US Army 31Jan67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Nov 16, 1967.  5 killed.
19047 (B-305) accepted by the US Army 31Jan67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn"
Crashed in Vietnam Nov 4, 1968
19048 (B-306) accepted by the US Army 26Jan67
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Apr67-Jun68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Sep68-Feb69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar69-Jan70
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Nov70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reseraled 86-01642
19049 (B-307) accepted by the US Army 1Feb67
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr67-Mar69
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23763
19050 (B.308) accepted by the US Army 2Feb67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Feb 19, 1968.  No fatalities
19051 (B-309) accepted by the US Army 8Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67-Aug69	
Named "Little Annie" 
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Dec69-Aug70
Assigned to 196th Assault Helicopter Company "Flippers" Sep70-Nov70
Assigned to 223rd Combat Aviation Battalion Dec70 
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24330
19052 (B-310) accepted by the US Army 8Feb67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23382
19053 (B-311) accepted by the US Army 14Feb67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" 
Crashed near Ninh Hoa Valley, SVN Oct 20, 1968. 5 crew killed.  Wreckage not found until 1994.
19054 (B.312) accepted by the US Army 8Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67 
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Dec67-Sep68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Mar69-Sep69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Aug70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24369
19055 (B-313) accepted by the US Army 22Feb67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, Apr67-May67
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Nov67 
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Dec67-Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Mar68-Nov69		
Named "The Bird of Paradise – May it Fly up Your Ass" 
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat Apr70-Jan71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24172		
19056 (B-314) accepted by the US Army 15Feb67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19056
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by SA-7 missile Dec 5, 1974.  15 aboard killed.
19057 (B-315) accepted by the US Army 15Feb67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23384
19058 (B-316) accepted by the US Army 21Feb67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23766
19059 (B.317) accepted by the US Army 22Feb67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Shot down in ground fire in Vietnam Jun 24, 1970
19060 (B-318) accenped by US Army Feb 21, 1967.
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Aug68-Nov68
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar69-Sep69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24350
19061 (B-319) accepted by the US Army 28Feb67
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company "Crap Shooter" 
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Jan 26, 1969.  Destroyed by fire, crew was extracted.
19062 (B-320) accepted by the US Army 27Feb67
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company "Crap Shooter" 
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn"
Destroyed on ground by mortar fire at Read Beach base in South Vietnam Feb 7, 1968
19063 (B-321) accepted by the US Army 28Feb67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" 
Hit by 37 mm rounds in the aft plyon and crashed in the A Shau valley, 
SVN Apr 19, 1968. 2 KIA, 3 injured.
19064 (B-322) accepted by the US Army 1Mar67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" 
Crashed in Long Khanh Province, South Vietnam Sep 12, 1970
19065 (B-323) accepted by the US Army 3Mar67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19065
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by small arms fire Jun 13, 1973.  7 aboard killed.
19066 (B-324) accepted by the US Army 8Mar67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" [Apr68]
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24359
19067 (B-325) accepted by the US Army 10Mar67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar", South Vietnam Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Mar68-Oct68
Crashed at Camp Evans, South Vietnam Oct 5, 1968
19068 (B-326) accepted by the US Army 16Mar67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19068
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in action Mar 23, 1975
19069 (B.327) accepted by the US Army 14Mar67
Assigned to 339th Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support)
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Exploded in midair due faulty maintenance at Pleiku, Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam Apr 26, 1968. \
10 killed.
19070 (B-328) accepted by the US Army 10Mar67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar", South Vietnam Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Apr69-Oct70
Accident Oct 24, 1970 Bearcat, Bien Hoa, Saigon, South Vietnam
Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb71-Apr71
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 85th Division Training, Chicago, IL Oct72 
MAP transfer Dec72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19070
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost to North Vietnamese action 30Apr75
19071 (B-329) accepted by the US Army 16Mar67
Assigned to Army Aviation Division, Dugway Proving Ground, UT, May67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Feb68
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company Flippers Mar68-Sep69	
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Feb69-Sep69 
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Jul70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-Nov73
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Mar75-
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 85-24342
19072 (B-330) accepted by the US Army 15Mar67
Assigned to 539th Transportation Company Aug67-Aug68 
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Oct68-Mar69
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Apr69-Dec69 
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Jan70-Nov70	
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23777.
19073 (B-331) accepted by the US Army 22Mar67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23385
19074 (B-332) accepted by the US Army 22Mar67
Assigned to 79th Transportation Company Jun67-Nov67 
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Dec67
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Feb68-May69
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Jun69-Aug69	
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Aug70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-Jan74
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules", Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA Aug75-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23771
19075 (B-333) accepted by the US Army 24Mar67
Exhibited at the Paris Air Show, Le Bourget, 1967
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Oct67-Jan68 
In accident Jan 67, 1968 CP Schmidt, South Vietnam.  Suffered major damage, but no injuries 
to crew or passengers
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Mar69-Apr71
Crashed Apr 4, 1971 Gia Dinh Province, South Vietnam in unauthorized flight by unqualified individual.
A mechanic received a ‘Dear John’ letter and proceeded to have a few drinks. He decided to take a 
CH-47 Chinook up for a flight even though he wasn't a pilot. He got the ship off the ground and 
flew over Phu Loi barely in control. He finally lost control, the ship went inverted and nosed 
into the ground.  He was killed.
19076 (B-334), accepted by the US Army 3Apr67
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" 
Crashed in Vietnam Feb 13, 1968.
19077 (B-335) accepted by the US Army 3Apr67
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jun67-Jul67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters , 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Oct68
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Nov68-Aug70
Assigned to 196th Assault Helicopter Company "Flippers" Sep70-Nov70
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24363
19078 (B-336) accepted by the US Army 30Mar67
Assigned to 330th Transportation Company "Crap Shooter" 
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" [1969]
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" 
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19078
Assigned to 247th Helicopter Squadron, 51st Tactical Wing, 1st Air Division, Da Nang
Lost in action Mar 23, 1975.
19079 (B-337) accepted by the US Army 3Apr67
MAP transfer Dec72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19079
Captured by North Vietnam in 1975.
19080 (B.338)  accepted by the US Army 3Apr67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide", 1st Cavalry Division
Shot down by ground fire NE of A Shau Valley, South Vietnam Apr 25, 1968 while attempting to 
recover a UH-1.  3 of the crew killed, one passenger killed.
19081 (B-339) accepted by the US Army 11Apr67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" 
Crashed after takeoff in SVN Sep 15, 1968. 3 killed.
19082 (B-340) accepted by the US Army 10Apr67
MAP transfer Nov72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19082
Captured by North Vietnamese Army 
Derelict at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Saigon. Evaluated 1996 by Boeing for possible induction 
into an airframe rebuild program but found to be too badly corroded.
19083 (B.341) accepted by the US Army 19Apr67
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Nov68-Aug69  Named "The War Wagon" 
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19083
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Crashed Jan 9, 1974
19084 (B.342) accepted by the US Army 18Apr67
Assigned to 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion 
Shot down by ground fire in Vietnam Nov 8, 1969.  Crew and 12 passengers uninjured
19085 (B.343) accepted by the US Army 20Apr67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Sep67-Feb68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar68-Sep68
Combat damage 5Sep68 South Vietnam. The aircraft was hit by a mine which damaged the rotor system. 
The aircraft made an emergency landing and later recovered for salvage. Returned to USA for repair. 
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 520th Transportation Battalion Aug69-Sep69
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat Oct69-Apr71
Crashed in Vietnam Apr 10, 1971.  The aircraft was recovered on 13 April 1971 and taken to 
Red Beach general support facility for salvage
19086 (B-344) accepted by the US Army 18Apr67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19086
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975.
19087 (B-345) accepted by the US Army 27Apr67
Assigned to 335th Transportation Company Oct67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Nov67-Jan68
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Mar68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Apr68-Apr69
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" May69-Aug69
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Dec69-Sep70
Assigned to 349th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Mar72-Jul72
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug72-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74 
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01670
19088 (B-346) accepted by the US Army 21Apr67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Mar68–Jul69
Assigned to 4th Aviation Company USAREUR, West Germany Aug70-Mar73
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany Apr73-May74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 81-23386
19089 (B-347) MSN B-347
Accepted by the US Army 24Apr67
MAP transfer Sep72 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19089
Captured by North Vietnamese Army in 1975.
19090 (B-348) Accepted by the US Army 24Apr67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul67-Feb68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Mar68-Dec68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Jan69-Feb69
Accident Feb 27, 1969 Vung Tao, South Vietnam. The aircraft departed with an external slung 
load then lost power from one engine. The load was jettisoned and the aircraft began to 
return to the airfield. Power was then lost from the second engine and the aircraft started 
an autorotation. The aircraft struck the ground and rolled over onto its back and was destroyed.
19091 (B-349) accepted by the US Army 2May67
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat"
Crashed in Vietnam Feb 24, 1969
19092 (B-350) accepted by the US Army 28Apr67
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Wildcat" [1967-68]
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19092
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Lost in combat Mar 23, 1975
19093 (B-351) accepted by the US Army 28Apr67
MAP transfer to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19093
Assigned to 241st Helicopter Squadron, 82nd Tactical Wing, 6th Air Division, Phu Cat
Crashed Aug 14, 1972.
19094 (B-352) accepted by the US Army 4May67
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Nov67-Mar69
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Aug70
MAP transfer Oct70 to the South Vietnam Air Force as 66-19094
Assigned to 237th Helicopter Squadron, 43rd Tactical Wing, 3rd Air Division, Bien Hoa
Shot down by small arms fire Apr 7, 1972.  Combat damage by small arms fire, force landed and 
consumed by fire
19095 (B-353) accepted by the US Army 5May67
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Sep67-Feb68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cat" Mar68-Mar69
Shot at and force landed 24May68, South Vietnam. Repaired
Assigned to 205th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Geronimos" Apr69
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Jul69-Dec69
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jan70-Feb70
Crashed in Vietnam Feb 11, 1970.  Shortly after impact the aircraft exploded and burned. 
8 persons killed and 37 injured.
19096 (B-354) accepted by the US Army 4May67
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Sep67-Mar68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cat" Apr68-Nov68
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Dec68-Jan69
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Feb69-Mar69
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers" Apr69-Nov69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Dec69
Assigned to 20th Transportation Company Jan70-Sep70
Assigned to A Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Wildcat Oct70-Sep71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01671.
19097 (B-355) accepted by the US Army 12May67
Assigned to 605th Transportation Company Sep67-Oct67
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cat" Nov67-Jan69
Assigned to 242nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Muleskinners" Feb69-Sep69
Assigned to 236th Aviation Company Fort Wainwright, AK Jul70-Oct71
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company "Muleskinners" Fort Wainwright, AK Nov71-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01673

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