USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: B-45
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
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.
42-95629 ... 42-95828
Martin B-26B-45-MA Marauder
95629/95737 converted to AT-23A
95697 (3021st BU) while flying in thunderstorm crashed into mountain near Craffe, 15 mi NE of
Buren, AR May 25, 1944.  7 killed.
95717 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
95724 used by 8th AF HQ/A Flight
95739 (37th BS, 17th BG, 12th AF) bellylanded at Alghero airfield, Sardinia Aug 16, 1944.  All crew survived,
aircraft DBR.
95745 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea Mar 8, 1944. 
MACR 3207. 4 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POw.
95748 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down by AAA Jan 22, 1944.  MACR 2210
95752 (442nd BS, 320th BG, "Wine, Women & Song") shot down by AAA near Futa Pass between Florence
and Bologna Aug 21, 1944.  MACR 7686
95753 (320th BG, 441st BS) shot down by AAA Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11591
95756 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 12th Af) shot down by AAA over Viterbo airfield, Italy Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2831.
All 7 crew bailed out and evaded capture.
95757 (95th BS, 17th BG, 1st Tactical Air Force) in landing accident at Dijon-Longvic Airfield Y-9, France
Dec 19, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95763 (320th BG, 442nd BS) shot down by flak and fighters Jan 29, 1944, Italy.  MACR 2308
95768 (320th BG) lost engine and ditched Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 7998
95779 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed on landing Feb 21, 9144
95782 (17th BG, 37th BS, 12th AF) in midair collision  with another aircraft 7 mi W of Villacidro airfield,
Sardinia Feb 16, 1944.  All 7 crew killed.
95785 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down by AAA Sep 26, 1944.  MACR 8941
95786 (17th BG, 34th BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by AAA over Germany and crqshed at Hockenheim,
Germany Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 14038.  All 7 crew bailed out and became POW.
95788 (37th BS, 17th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff at Dijon-Longvic airfield Y-9, France and burned May 9, 1944.
All crew survived.
95790 (320th BG) shot down by AAA Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3219
95793 (320th BG, 44th BS) shot down by fighers and abandoned by crew May 11, 1944
95797 (391th BG, 572nd BS) collided with B-26B 42-95802 and ditched in English Channel near Guernsey Aug 25, 1944.
2 crew killed, 4 crew rescued by US Navy destroyer escort USS Borum DE-790.
95798 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down  by FW 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit
Dec 23 1944.  MACR 11673.  One crewman killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
95799 (391th BG, 572nd BS) damaged Mar 30, 1945
95800 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) hit by bomb dropped from above (or hit by flak) and collided in 
midair with B-26B 42-95834 and crashed Cherisy, France Aug 13, 1944.  MACR 7684.  All six crew killed.
95801 (573rd BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Friston, Sussex, England Aug 24, 1944.
All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95802 (391st BG, 573rd BS) in midair collision with B-26B 42-95797 and crashed between Sark Rock
and La Moise, France in the English Channel Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 8058.  7 crew killed, one bailed out
and was rescued by a fishing boat.
95804 (391st BG, 573rd BS) crashed at Mole Hill Green and exploded May 29, 1944
95805 (391st BG, 575th BS) damaged when landing gear collapsed May 21, 1944
95807 (391st BG, 574th BG, 9th AF) crash landed 5 mi N of Laon/Athies Airfield A-69, Picardy, France
Apr 5, 1945.  All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95809 (572nd BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26C 42-107748 at RAF Matching, Essex, England
Jun 21, 1944.  Able to land.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
95811 (391st BG, 572nd BS) hit in engine and crashlanded near Euskirchen Mar 30, 1945
95816 (391st BG, 572nd BS) damaged by AAA and crashlanded Mar 23, 1944
95817 (392st BG, 572nd BS) crashed into roadbuilding equipment Apr 10,1944
95818 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit 3 mi E of
Ahrweiler, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11677.  Able to crash land in friendly territory.
2 crew killed, four survived but some were injured.
95819 (391st BG, 572nd BS) bellylanded due to AAA damage Feb 24, 1945
95820 (573rd BS, 391st BG, 9th F) in landing accident at Roye/Amy Airfield A-73, Picardy, France Mar 12, 1945.
All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95821 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA and crashed 35 mi S of Rennes, France Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 6649.
All eight crew bailed out and evaded capture.
95822 (391st BG, 573rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Euskirchen, Germany Dec 13, 1945.  MACR 12244.
One crewman killed, five bailed out and became POW.
95823 (391st BG, 573rd BS) ran out of fuel over UK and crashed near Blackmore Sep 24, 1944
95825 (391st BG, 573rd BS, 9th AF, "Easy Dog 99") shot down by AAA near Arhweiler, Germany 
Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11662.  All seven crew bailed out and became POW.
95827 (391st BG, 574rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA  1 km N of Grisy, 19 km W of Pontoise, France
May 27, 1944.  MACR 5131.  All six crew bailed out and became POW.
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 
44-34098 ... 44-34217
Douglas A-26B-45-DL Invader
MSN 27377/27496
34098 (3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed into Yellow Sea Apr 19, 1952.
34099 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 820?
34100 subsequently converted to A-26D.
34102 (MSN 27381) to civil registry as N4060A, crashed while
firebombing at Hubbards Fork, KY Mar 5, 1963
34103 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at
Jeddah in 1976.
34104 (B-26B, cn 27383) sold on commercial market as
N9484Z.  To Nicaragua in 1963 as
FAN 420.  Reserialed FAN 604.  Became N99420 in 1977 trade.  Now
registered as N99420 with Military Aircraft Restoration Corp of
Anaheim, CA.  No evidence of a N99429 registration.
34108 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17677.
34109 (B-26C) loaned to France Apr 1952 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34110 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 909
34111 W/O Jul 28, 1950 10 miles east of Langley  (Mid air with 44-35806?? also lost near Langley)
34112 damaged Dec 12, 1950 nr Elgin, Ok
34113 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
34114 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
34118 damaged Jun 8, 1945 Beaumont-sur-oise, France(?) on takeoff
34119 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17651 in 1964.
34120 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5168.  Withdrawn
June 1968.
34121 To French AF from 1952 to 19565.  SOC Mar 6, 1958.  To
Rock Island Oil and Refining Co for conversion to Consort 26
as N4805E.  Later to Canadian registry with Air Spray (67), 
Ltd of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada Jan 18, 2001 as C-GHZM tanker.
34122 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2501
34124 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 828?
34126 W/O Apr 19, 1945 Roberts Fd, Liberia
34127 (MSN 27406) became N4214A, Then XB-ZOA.  2nd LB Smith Tempo II
34128 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 830
34131 (B-26C) to Chile in 1945 as 817.
w/o Aug 13, 1968.
34134 sold on civilian market as N4974N.
Later converted to Le Tourneau B-26 and reregistered N115R, later
N115RG.  Impounded by Brazil on Jun 21, 1966 and used by
Brazilian air force as 5176.  Now at Museu de Armas e 
Velculos Motorizadas Antigos, Bebedouro, Brazil
Registration N115RG cancelled Sep 30, 2005 as destroyed
Sep 14, 1971.
34135 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17673 in 1964.
34136 (MSN 27415) to civil registry as N8017E.  To CF-KBM.  To Airspray of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada May
2, 1985 as C-FKBM.  Air Spray #20
34138 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Fate
unknown.
34139 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Fate unknown.
34141 (TB-26B) damaged Jan 31, 1951 nr Birmingham Al. (mid-air with TB-26B 44-34561)
34144 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at
Jeddah in 1976.
34145 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17665 in 1964.
34146 (MSN 27425) to civil registry as N5426E.  Crashed at Idaho
Falls, ID Jul 10, 1973, presumably repaired and reported
crashing at Grand Valley, CO Jul 16, 1976
34147 (B-26C) loaned to France July 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954 and scrapped.
34147 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 911.  Conflict here
34148 to civil registry as N6842D
34149 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed near Taegu after being
hit by small arms fire.
34151 (MSN 27430) reported in 1988 at Flying Tiger Air Museum,
Paris, TX
34152(?) to France as 7077-C in August 1956.
USAF and AA serials uncertain.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident on Apr 28, 1964.
34153 (MSN 27432) to civil registry as N8022E in 1966 with Consolidated
Air Parts Corp, Los Angeles, CA.  Reported Nov 1969 to be
derelict at Tucson, AZ
34156 (MSN 27435) converted to TB-26B.  To civil registry as XB-COM, XC-CAZ, 
N190M.  To USAFM Heritage Program in 1984.  To Aero
Nostalgia Inc of Stockton Ca Aug 1985, but crashed
Paris, TX Aug 17, 1985 during delivery flight.  A few parts used to rebuild
43-22523 (now marked as 434156 at Vance AFB, Oklahoma.  The rear fuselage
was reported in 1988 to have gone to Travis AFB Museum.
34158 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2511. w/o Apr 7, 1967 at La Victoria, Caldas
34160 modified as VB-26B.  Transferred to National Guard.  Last US militry Invader, SOC 1971 and donated to
NASM
34161 damaged Apr 8, 1945 North AAF, SC  (taxi accident)
34162 loaned to France Feb 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34163 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5149.  Refurbished 1968 into B-26C.  Withdrawn 1974.
34164 W/O Dec 20, 1954 25-miles South East of Springfield, MO. (Eng Failure)
34165 to civil registry as N9146H, now on display at Edwards AFB Flight Test Museum, CA.
34167 (B-26C) to France in Sept 1956 as 570-C. Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
WFU April 1965.  SOC Oct 25, 1965.
34168 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 819?
34170 (B-26C) to Chile in 1954 as 821?
34172 (B-26C) on civil registry as N4806E.  Was imported into England Jul 17, 1986 for 
restoration; presumably this is still under way.  Noted Aug 2002 stored at
Norwich, England.  Sold to Association Francaise pour la Recherche et le Beausset, Avignon, France Jul 2011
34173 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17675 in 1964.
34174 (452nd BG(Light), 729th BS (Light)) based at George AFB Calif., collided in flight 
over El Mirage Dry Lake with B-26 44-34677  Aug 24, 1950  All crewmen killed.  
34184 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17655 in 1964.
34186 (TB-26C) to France in May 1960.  WFU Feb 1967.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
34190 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2510.  w/o Sept 9, 1956 at Palanquero.
34194 to Saudi Arabia in 1955.  Derelict at Jeddah in 1976.
34196 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5150.  
Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn 1975.
34198 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17679 in 1964.
34199 (MSN 27478, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1956 as FAP 578.  Renumered FAP 217 in 1960.  Crashed Oct 1965.
34200 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea Jan 6, 1952.
34201 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2502.
w/o Nov 9, 1956 at German Olano Air Base
34204 damaged Feb 11, 1949 Bedford AB, Ma  (taxi accident)
34206 (B-26B, MSN 27485) sold on commercial market as
N86479.  To Nicaragua in 1964 as FAN 422.  Crashed Mar 1967
34207 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5151.  w/o 
Aug 9, 1965 at Natal.
34208 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5152.  Withdrawn 1975.
34209 W/O April 12, 1945 near Columbia, SC
34210 (B-26C) to France in Jan 1957 as 613-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N Aug 1961. SOC after accident at Randon, Algeria Mar 6, 1962.
34211 (MSN 27490) converted to B-26C.  To civil registry as N8024E
34212 (MSN 27491, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1957 as FAP 582.  Renumbered FAP 221 in 1960.
34213 (B-26C) to France in Nov 1956 as 616-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted to B-26N Aug 1961.  WFU
Nov 1964.  SOC Jun 14, 1965.
34214 (B-26C) to France in Mar 1957 as 617-C.  Renumbered with USAF serial of
44-34274 (wrong) in Mar 1959. Converted to B-26APQ13 in 1962.
WFU May 1967.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
34215 (TA-26B) damaged Aug 29, 1945 Seymour-Johnson AB, NC  (taxi accident)
34216 damaged Dec 19, 1946 Patterson Fd, Ohio  (cr landing)
34217 given to US Navy as XJD-1 (Bu. No. 57990).
44-83896 ... 44-83899
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
83897 converted to KB-29P
44-83901 ... 44-83903
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-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
44-83909 ... 44-83910
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83912 ... 44-83913
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83915 ... 44-83916
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-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
44-83921 ... 44-83922
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
83922 converted to KB-29P tanker.
44-83924 ... 44-83925
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-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
44-83929 ... 44-83929
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83931 ... 44-83931
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83933 ... 44-83933
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83935 ... 44-83935
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83937 ... 44-83937
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83939 ... 44-83939
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-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
44-83946 ... 44-83946
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83948 ... 44-83948
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-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.
44-83952 ... 44-83952
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83954 ... 44-83954
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83956 ... 44-83956
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83958 ... 44-83959
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
44-83961 ... 44-83961
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress
damaged Sep 9, 1952 in landing accident at Sewart AB, Tennessee
45-876 ... 45-1048
Douglas C-47B-45-DK Skytrain
876 (MSN 16879/34134)
877 (MSN 16880/34135) to OB-M-632
878 (MSN 16881/34137) to 5878 of Corps d'Aviation de l'Armee d'Haiti, leased to
Compagnie Haitienme de Transports Aeriens.  Destroyed March 31, 1959 
Port-Au-Prince, Bowen Field, Haiti
879 (MSN 16882/34138) w/o Nov 21,1 955, Akranes, Iceland
880 (MSN 16883/34139) to Spanish AF as T.3-10
881 (MSN 16884/34140) damaged Oct 25, 1951 at Andrews AFB, Maryland
882 (MSN 16885/34141) went to Thai AF.  Went to Basler for conversion.  It is believed that
MSN 20082 ex N6898D was used for the conversion and the original aircraft was
dumped at Oshkosh.
883 (MSN 16886/34142) bailed from the USAF to Air America December 03, 1964 as 0-50883. 
Numerous accidents and incidents all repaired prior being returned to the USAF. Next 
to the Royal Thai Air Force as 45-0883 in November 1972.  Recently seen at 
Bangkok Don Muang on January 13, 1996.   Supposedly went to Oshkosh, WI for
Basler conversion, but reportedly dropped on the dockside while being unloaded
from ship in USA. Replaced by MSN 9290 and remains probably dumped at Oshkosh.
There is somedoubt whether this aircraft ever went to Thai AF or became a
Basler TP-67 conversion.  Thai AF has a TP-67 serial 46153 with a new MSN plate
describing it as TP-67 serial number 450883, factory no 34141 but not only is
the factory number wrong for 45-0883, but the Thai aircraft is known to be MSN 
9290, ex N46949
884 (MSN 16887/34143) to US Atomic Energy Commission as N810Z
885 (MSN 16888/34144) converted to VC-47D.  Assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1961.
886 (MSN 16889/34146) damaged Mar 22, 1946 at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
887 (MSN 16890/34147) damaged Sep 22, 1945 at Memphis MAP, Tennessee
888 (MSN 16891/34148)
889 (MSN 16892/34149) noted at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida 1973/1983
890 (MSN 16893/34150) w/o Jul 13, 1950 at Taejon AB, South Korea in ground accident.
891 (MSN 16894/34151) to VASP as PP-SPM.  Crashed during emergency landing
at Sao Paulo, Brazil May 13, 1952 after engine failure.  5 of 22
onboard killed.
892 (MSN 16895/34152)
893 (MSN 16896/34153)
894 (MSN 16897/34154) noted in K-Tech Yard 8/28/2000.
895 (MSN 16898/34155) encountered severe downdraft and crashed 20 mi N of Curry, AK Feb 5, 1954.  10 killed, 6 survived.
896 (MSN 16899/34156)
897 (MSN 16900/34157) to USSR Jul 1945
898 (MSN 16901/34158) to USSR Aug 1945.
899 (MSN 16902/34159)
900 (MSN 16903/34160)
901 (MSN 16904/34161)
902 (MSN 16905/34162)
903 (MSN 16096/34163)
904 (MSN 16907/34164)
905 (MSN 16908/34165)
906 (MSN 16909/34166)
907 (MSN 16910/34167)
908 (MSN 16911/34169)
909 (MSN 16912/34170)
910 (MSN 16913/34171)
911 (MSN 16914/24172) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
912 (MSN 16915/34173) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
913 (MSN 16916/34174) to USSR Aug 4, 1945
914 (MSN 16917/34175) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
915 (MSN 16918/34176) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
916 (MSN 16919/34177) converted to AC-47
917 (MSN 16920/34178) as VC-47D to MASDC on July 24, 1969
918 (MSN 16921/34179) to Armee de 'Air as 45918 to Cambodian AF Aug 1956 as 45918, wfu Aug 1973.
919 (MSN 16922/34180) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF
920 (MSN 16923/34181)
921 (MSN 16924/34182)
922 (MSN 16925/34183) w/o Dec 8, 1945 Billings MAP, Montana on approach.  Crashed into a field after hitting trees 
while attempting to land in a snowstorm.  Operated by Northwest Airlines.  17 of 21 onboard killed.
923 (MSN 16926/34184)
924 (MSN 16927/34185)
925 (MSN 16928/34186) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP Dec 8, 972.
926 (MSN 16929/34187) converted to VC-47D.  W/o Apr 4, 1952 in midair with C-124A 50-1260 near Mobile Brookley AB, Alabama.
927 (MSN 16930/34188) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF
928 (MSN 16931/34189) with Royal Moroccan AF in 1978 as CNA-LE.  FAA N54599 on static display at MAPS Museum, Akron, Ohio.
929 (MSN 16932/34190)
930 (MSN 16933/34192) w/o Jul 18, 1946 in crash into field 4 mi N of Goodland, Kansas in electrical storm.  All 13 onboard killed.
931 (MSN 16934/34193) to N2841D
932 (MSN 16935/34194)
933 (MSN 16936/34195) to N87623, sold to Taiwan
934 (MSN 16937/34196) crashed near Ban Me Thuot, SVN Oct 21, 1968.  23 killed.
935 (MSN 16938/34197)
936 (MSN 16939/34198) to French Morocco AF as 05936.  Reregistered as
CN-ALH.  May 19, 1978 to Euroworld California Inc of Long Beach,
CA as N9839A.  Registration later revoked.
937 (MSN 16940/34199) converted to EC-47P.  Crashed on takeoff from Tan Son Nhut AB,
Vietnam Aug 19, 1971.  No injuries, and plane was later
restored to flight status.
938 (MSN 16941/34200)
939 (MSN 16942/34201)
940 (MSN 16943/34202) to N17778, then N403JB
941 (MSN 16944/34203) to Thai AF in 1953.  W/o Pathum Thani province
Jun 27, 1977.
942 (MSN 16945/34204) converted to VC-47D
943 (MSN 16946/34205) converted to VC-47D
944 (MSN 16947/34206) to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAM-146. W/o Cerro Aranca Machete, Peru Mar 20, 1960
945 (MSN 16948/34207)
946 (MSN 16949/24208) converted to AC-47.  to MASDC in 1966.  to MAP in 1967.
947 (MSN 16950/24209)
948 (MSN 16951/34210) converted to VC-47D
949 (MSN 16952/34211, 374th TCW, 21st TCS) crashed due to mechanical problems near Chosin 
Reservoir, N. Korea Dec 2, 1950.
950 (MSN 16953/34213)
951 (MSN 16954/34214) converted to WC-47. Became N73856; to Spanish AF Apr 23, 1962 as T3-54. became 
G-BLFL, then N951CA, then G-BLFL again, then N951CA again.  Now preserved in Deutsches 
Technikmuseum, Berlin, Germany, put on roof of museum in 1999.
952 (MSN 16955/34215)
953 (MSN 16956/34216) converted to VC-47D
954 (MSN 16957/34217) w/o Apr 26, 1950 due to structural failure near Leon Springs, Texas
955 (MSN 16958/34218)
956 (MSN 16959/34219) to RCAF as Dakota IV 991.  W/o 1954.
957 (MSN 16960/34220) to RAAF as A65-124.  Now on display at RAAF Association Museum, WA.
958 (MSN 16961/34221) to RAAF as A65-123.  To Royal Australian Navy as N2-123 2/22/1968.  Withdrawn 10/1973
and sold in USA.
959 (MSN 16962/34222) to RNZAF as NZ3552.  Became ZK-BBJ in New Zealand.  Still extant 1988 with Fieldair Freight.
960 (MSN 16963/34223) to RNZAF as NZ3551.  WFU 1977.  Had been used to fly around
the new Queen Elizabeth II about 6 months after her coronation in Dec 1953.  Noted in 1989 at RNZAF Museum, Wigram,
New Zealand.
961 (MSN 16964/34224) to RNZAF as NZ3555.  By 1954 was ZK-APA of New
Zealand National Airways. Leased to Polynesian Airlines (Samoa) as 5W-FAC.  Crashed on takeoff Jan 13, 1970 at Apia,
Western Samoa due to wind shere.  All 32 killed.  
962 (MSN 16965/34225) to RNZAF as NZ3553.  
963 (MSN 16966/34226) to RNZAF as NZ3554.  Converted to DC-3 Freighter
by de Havilland at Wellington Apr 5, 1947.  SOC Harewood
May 31, 1947.  To ZK-AOI of New Zealand National Airways Jun 20, 1947.
Withdrawn from service with NAC Jul 19, 1966.  To James Aviation
Jan 16, 1967.  Converted to topdresser (apparently an agricultural
application).  To Southern Air Super May 11, 1971.  Crashed into 
hillside near Clarence, South Island Feb 23, 1973 when right 
wing separated in flight. Pilot (sole occupant) killed
964 (MSN 16967/34227) to RNZAF as NZ3556.  By 1954 was ZK-APK of New
Zealand National Airways.  Reregistered as VQ-FAH (Fiji Islands) and WFU in 1984 (?).  
To Mangaleka Nov 2006 and put on display to promote a tearoom.
965 (MSN 16968/34228) to RNZAF as NZ3557.  By 1954 was ZK-AOK of New Zealand National Airways
966 (MSN 16969/34229) to RNZAF as NZ3558
967 (MSN 16970/34230) converted to GC-47D
968 (MSN 16971/34231) assigned to US Dem Project, crashed on takeoff
Oct 2, 1946 after engine failure at Hermosillo, Mexico.
969 (MSN 16972/34232) to USSR Aug 5, 1945
970 (MSN 16973/34233) 
971 (MSN 16974/34235) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
972 (MSN 16975/34236) flying as N8040L with Allied Air Freight.  Now at Valiant Air Command 
Museum, Titusville, FL.  Was used as the donor hulk to restore 42-100591.  Collapsed during maintenance,
killing a volunteer.
973 (MSN 16976/34237) to USSR Aug 11, 1945
974 (MSN 16977/34238) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
975 (MSN 16978/34239) to USSR Aug 7, 1945
976 (MSN 16979/34240) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
977 (MSN 16980/34241) to USSR Aug 13, 1945
978 (MSN 16981/34242) to USSR Aug 7, 1945
979 (MSN 16982/34243) converted to AC-47 .  To EC-47D.  to MASDC Jun 30, 1970
980 (MSN 16983/34244)
981 (MSN 16984/34245) to USSR Aug 13, 1945
982 (MSN 16985/34246) to USSR Aug 9, 1945
983 (MSN 16986/34247) to USSR Aug 11, 1945
984 (MSN 16987/34248) to USSR Aug 9, 1945.
985 (MSN 16988/34249) converted to AC-47.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2089.
986 (MSN 16989/34251) to USSR Sep 9, 1945
987 (MSN 16990/34252) to USSR Sep 16, 1945
988 (MSN 16991/34253)
989 (MSN 16992/34254)
990 (MSN 16993/34255) to RFC Jan 27, 1946.  To CC-CLL of LAN Chile, becam CC-CLDH,
CC-CBN.
991 (MSN 16994/34256) to Laos AF as 991 Aug 10, 1956
992 (MSN 16995/34257)
993 (MSN 16996/34258)
994 (MSN 16997/34259) abandoned by French Air Force in Indochina in 1954.
Bailed from the USAF to Air America 1962 as '994' (not B-994). Numerous 
accidents, incidents over the years all repaired.  Returned to the USAF June 
30, 1975, after escaping from Saigon on April 29, 1975 and landing in 
Bangkok, Thailand. Declared surplus by the USAF as of May 1975.  To Thai
AF as L2-54/19 Jan 1976.  SOC Aug 14, 1981.
995 (MSN 16998/34260) to RFC Jan 27, 1946.  TO CC-CLM of LAN Chile, becam CC-CLDI,
CC-CBO
996 (MSN 16999/34261)
997 (MSN 17000/34262) to VC-47D
998 (MSN 17001/34263)
999 (MSN 17002/34265) used by Air America as 999
1000 (MSN 17003/34266) to Brazil Dec 17, 1945 as FAB 2020.  To VOTEC
Servicos Aereos SA as PT-KZE.  To Royal Aero Taxi as PT-KZE.
Destroyed, certificate cancelled Dec 31, 1991
1001 (MSN 17004/34267) to Brazil Dec 17, 1945 as FAB 2021.  To VOTEC
Servicos Aereos SA as PT_KYW then TAF Lihhas Aereos.
Derelict, certificate cancelled Oct 16, 1991.
1002 (MSN 17005/34268) converted to AC-47A/EC-47D.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2088.  To
Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KZW, to Unos as CP-1957.
Presently stored with Unos.
1003 (MSN 17006/34269) to Peruvian Air Force.
1004 (MSN 17007/34270) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-483.  Renumbered FAP-301. Transferred to SATCO as 
OB-XAF-539 and later to Aero Peru as OB-R-539.  Re-registered OB-R-1147 and later OB-1147
1005 (MSN 17008/34271) to Peruvian Air Force.
1006 (MSN 17009/34272) to Brazil Dec 17 1945.  By 1954 was PP-YQG of S. A. 
Transportes Aeros REAL
1007 (MSN 17010/34273) 
1008 (MSN 17011/34274) bought by VASP and registered PP-SPL.  W/o
May 18, 1951 when crashed into high ground in bad weather near
Rancharia, SP Brazil.  All 6 onboard killed. 
1009 (MSN 17012/34275)
1010 (MSN 17013/34276) by 1954 was PP-VAY of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
1011 (MSN 17014/34277) crashed on takeoff near Kansas City, MO Sep 15, 1945.  23 of 24 onboard killed.
1012 (MSN 17015/34279)
1013 (MSN 17016/34280) landed on Bardarbunga glacier in Icelsnd Sep 19, 1945 to rescue
the civilian crew of an Icelandic C-54 (see 44-9014) that had crashed Sep 14.  They
were unable to take off and eventually abandoned the aircraft and hiked out with a
rescue team.  After spending the winter of 1950-51 on the glacier, it was dug out
and towed to the glacier and flown to Reykjavik after minor repairs.   became TF-RVP.  
By 1955 was EC-AHA of Iberia.  To N62265, to RP-C148.
1014 (MSN 17017/34281)
1015 (MSN 17018/34282) w/o Jan 30, 1059 in crash 20 mi SSW of Whitehead, Yukon.
1016 (MSN 17019/34283) by 1954 was PP-PCA of Panair do Brasil
1017 (MSN 17020/34284) to Aerovias Brasil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AXY.  To
Brazilian AF as FAB 2068.  W/o Jun 15, 1967
1018 (MSN 17021/34285) to PP-SPO then PT-KUB
1019 (MSN 17022/34286) converted to VC-47D.  Now on civilian registry as N843DD, owned by the state of Florida.
1020 (MSN 17023/34287) 
1021 (MSN 17024/34288).  To Thai AF.  Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 30) and to Thai AF as 
RTAF021. Belived reserialled 46152/021.
1022 (MSN 17025/34289)
1023 (MSN 17026/34290)
1024 (MSN 17027/34292) by 1954 was PP-YQF of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
1025 (MSN 17028/34293) by 1954 was PP-ANI of Transportes Aereos Nacional Ltda.
1026 (MSN 17029/34294)
1027 (MSN 17030/34295) to N87367, to CF-TFV, to HK-3359X
1028 (MSN 17031/34296) to VASP (Viacao Aerea Sao Paulo SA) as PP-SPN, then to Brazilian AF as FAB 2081, then
to Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KVK.  Scrapped by RICO
Rio de Janeiro, Jacarepagua, Brazil
1029 (MSN 17032/34297) converted to AC-47D.  to Khymer AF Feb 4, 1971.  Destroyed during rocket attack at
Battambang AB Jun 12, 1973.
1030 (MSN 17033/34298) to N48230.  To CAT July 1958, in 1960 to Air Asia/Air America as B-829 
for $40,000 to the Pacific Corp.  Numerous incidents and accidents, all repaired. 
Sold to Xieng Khouang Air Transport, Vientiane, Laos as XW-TFB in 1970.  Then to Tri-9 Corp., 
Phnom Penh as XW-TFB and leased to Khemara Air Transport, Phnom Penh 1972/73, 
leased to Lane Xang Airlines Vientiane, Laos in March 1974.  Leased to Air 
Cambodge, Phnom Penh in late 1974.  Leased to Golden Eagle Airlines, Phnom 
Penh still 1n 1974. Re registered to N48230 in 1975, but not taken up as it 
was destroyed by a rocket attack at Penh-Pochentong Airport (Cambodia) on April 11, 1975.  The US 
registration was canceled in June 1977.
1031 (MSN 17034/34299) to Linhas Aereas Brasileiras as PP-BRD, to Transprtes Aereos Nacional
(Nacional) as PP-ANE, to Brazil AF as FAB 2080.  To US civil registry as N9049Y.
WFU
1032 (MSN 17035/34300) to Honduras AF as FAH 308 Aug 1970.
1033 (MSN 17036/34301) by 1954 was PP-VBH of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
1034 (MSN 17037/34302)
1035 (MSN 17038/34303) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2022.  To Rico Taxi Aereo
as PT-KUW.  WFU, derelect
1036 (MSN 17039/34304)
1037 (MSN 17040/34306) on civil registry as N7712B.  Another report has the plane
as going down Feb 7, 1950 during a search for a C-54 that went missing Jan 26, 1950.
All 10 onboard survived and were rescued.  The hulk sits on a hillside
in the Yukon territory, Canada
1038 (MSN 17041/34307) to USSR Aug 11, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1053 with Aeroflot
1039 (MSN 17042/34308) to USSR Aug 9, 1945.
1040 (MSN 17043/34309)
1041 (MSN 17044/34310) to USSR Aug 4, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1059 with Aeroflot
1042 (MSN 17045/34311)
1043 (MSN 17046/34312)
1044 (MSN 17047/34313) converted to EC-47P.  To SVAF.  Then MAP to Thailand
1045 (MSN 17048/34314) to VC-47D.  To N5540V.
1046 (MSN 17049/34315) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP in 1972.
1047 (MSN 17050/34316) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF, later to Royal Laotian AF.
1048 (MSN 17051/34317) to USSR Aug 17, 1945, diverted to USAAF Sep 14, 1945.  Salvaged Adak, AK Sep 23, 1946
45-57733 ... 45-57832
Fairchild C-82A Packet
MSN 10103/10202
57733 (MSN 10103) to civilian registry as N4834V, then XH-163, HR-163, HR-163P, then HR-SAM, then
N4834V again. Crashed in ocean off Lermer, campeche, Mexico Jul 29, 1965.
57734 (MSN 10104) converted to SC-82A.  To civilian registry as N6240C, then N2060A, then TG-OOC-3 with 
Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala.
57735 (MSN 10105).  The plane marked as 45-57735 at the USAF Museum, WPAFB was really 48-581.
57736 (MSN 10106) to civilian registry as N4835V, then  XB-ZUZ, LV-PNY, LV-GIS.  Stored in Buenos Aires-Eziza and
broken up Aug 1967.
57737 (MSN 10107) converted to SC-82
57738 (MSN 10108)
57739 (MSN 10109) crashed at Pickens, South Carolina Nov 11, 1950.
57740 (MSN 10110) was assigned Sep 13, 1948 to Berlin Airlift.  Loaned to Structural Mechanical and Engineering Flight,
Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England Dec 5, 1951 for supply
drop trials as replacement for 45-57784.  Returned to USAF Nov 13, 1952.
To N75884, then to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion as XA-LOJ.  Scrapped at Long Beach airport, California in 1972.
57741 (MSN 10111) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5110B 1957-1969
57742 (MSN 10112)
57743 (MSN 10113) crashed at Neubiberg, West Germany Nov 22, 1950.
57744 (MSN 10114)
57745 (MSN 10115) to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEH in 1958.  Crashed in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro Jan 11, 1958
57746 (MSN 10116 converted to EC-82A with tracked landing gear in 1948.
57747 (MSN 10117) to Aerovias Guest of Mexico as XA-LIL then to Aerovias Condor of Bolivia as CP-677.
Crashed Mar 15, 1970 at Sasasama, Bolivia.
57748 (MSN 10118) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
57749 (MSN 10119) to civilian registry as HK-426
57750 (MSN 10120) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
57751 (MSN 10121) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
57752 (MSN 10122) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.  Crashed at Smyrna AFB, Tennessee Mar 21, 1950.
57753 (MSN 10123) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
57754 (MSN 10124) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
57755 (MSN 10125) to civil registry with Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5109B
57756 (MSN 10126) to civilian registry as N75885, XA-LOK of Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, CP-694 (ntu).  Stored
at Mexico City 1963-1966.  To N1799 but ntu. Scrapped at Long Beach airport, California in 1972.
57757 (MSN 10127) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled
57758 (MSN 10128) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.  To Mexican civilian registry as XB-YOA, XA-LIK, then 
CP-678 with Aerovias Condor of Bolivia.  Crashed Nov 26, 1960 at Santa Cruz, Bolivia
57759 (MSN 10129) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled
57760 (MSN 10130) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
57761 (MSN 10131) crashed at New Boston, Texas Jun 3, 1951.
57762 (MSN 10132) to George T. Baker Aviation School of Miami, FL 1971-1974, unregistered.
57763 (MSN 10133) to civil registry as N4830V.   To Transperuana de Sviacion SA of Lima, Peru Jul 20, 1964 as OB-T-749.
57764 (MSN 10134) to civil registry as N74039 in 1955, to Fairchild Hiller Corp as N6781A but ntu.
57765 (MSN 10135) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5108B 1957-1969
57766 (MSN 10136) to civilian registry as N75886, XA-LOL of Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, CP-693 (ntu).  To
N93067, then N93068.  Ultimate fate obscure.
57767 (MSN 10137) to civilian registry as N4962V, CP-634 (ntu), OB-LHF-508 of Minerales Y Meales SA, Lima, Peru,
later OB-WAD-508.
57768 (MSN 10138)
57769 (MSN 10139) rebuilt as prototype XC-82B, then redesignated XC-119A (Model 105).  Delivered to USAF as C-119A
Jun 1948.  Redesignated EC-119A for tests.  To ground instructional airframe at Chanute AFB, IL Jan 22, 1951.
Later scrapped.
57770 (MSN 10140) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5107B 1957-1969.
57771 (MSN 10141) to civilian registry as N7853B, PP-CEG with Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil Aug 1958.
57772 (MSN 10142) crashed Jan 16, 1953 at Chaumont, France
57773 (MSN 10143) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5106B 1957-1969
57774 (MSN 10144) to civilian registry as CX-AQA with Aerovias Monder, Modevideo, Uruguay, to PP-CEE with Cruzeiro do
Sul, Brazil.  To nightclub in Rio de Janeiro in 1965
57775 (MSN 10145) to civilian registry in Uruguay as CX-AQB, then to Bankers Life and Casualty
Co of Chicago,IL as N5105B from 1957 to 1969.
57776 (MSN 10146) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5104B 1957-1969
57777 (MSN 10147) to Leeward Aeronautical Sales, Inc as N7856B.  To Cruzeiro
do Sul as PP-CEK.  Converted to Jet-Packet 1600.  To civil registry in Bolivia as CP-983.
Crashed Dec 27, 1976, San Ramon, Bolivia.
57778 (MSN 10148) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5103B 1957-1969.
57779 (MSN 10149) crashed Fort Nelson, British Columbia, Canada Dec 23, 1948.
57780 (MSN 10150) to NX54210, HP0220, OB-TAI-438, N6236C, OB-WAE-438, OB-UAA-438,
N74810, TG-AYA, N74810, N127E.  Now derelict at Athens airport
57781 (MSN 10151) crashed Damascus, Syria Jan 20, 1951.
57782 (MSN 10152) to civil registry as N5102B.  Converted to Jet-Packet 1600A.  Airframe broken up at some point
after 1987l  Fuselage currently preserved at Hagerstown Aviation Museum, Hagerstown, MD
57783 (MSN 10153) to US civil registry as N7855B.  To Brazilian civil registry as PP-CEL.  Derelict at Manaus, 
Amazonas, Brazil at Eduardo Gomes airport.  The C-82 preserved at Museu Aerospacial de FAB, Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil is a replica.
57784 (MSN 10154) used by British Royal Aircraft Establishment July to Nov 1951.
57785 (MSN 10155) scrapped after retirement.
57786 (MSN 10156) to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEJ but ntu. Used as spares source only.
57787 (MSN 10157)
57788 (MSN 10158) to civilian registry as N5101B with Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago IL in 1957, to Colombian
civil registry as HK-538E, HK-538.  SOC in 1974
57789 (MSN 10159) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5100B in 1957.
57791 (MSN 10161) was assigned Sep 13, 1948 to Berlin Airlift.  Crashed at Rhein-Main AFB, West Germany Jan 28, 1952.
57792 (MSN 10162) to civil registry as N74044, to Fairchild Hiller Corp as N6845A but ntu
57793 (MSN 10163) to civilian registry in 1957 as N5120B with Bankers Life and Casualty
Co, later in Jan 1960 with Aviation Facilities of Miami, FL.  To Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala in Dec 1960 as 
TG-OOC-5, to Interior Airways Inc as N208M.  Forced down in Alaskan bush near Beaver, Yukon Flats after
engine failure Jan 16, 1965 with no injuries.  Wreck is still there.
57794 (MSN 10164) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL Sep 1955 as N5121B, then Aviaparts Inc of Miami
FL Feb 6, 1962.  To Miami Aircraft Maintenance Feb 7, 1962. To Esso Standard Feb 12, 1962.  Reregistered N128E
Mar 7, 1962.  To John W. Mecom Oil Co Juston, TX Jul 1963.  In late 1963 based in Middle East under US registration.  
Shot down by United Arab Republic MiG fighters Dec 19, 1964 25 mi E of Alexandria after
ignoring warning signals, warning shots and failing to land at Cairo as instructed.  Both crew killed.
57795 (MSN 10165) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5122B, then to Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala
as TG-OOC-4, then to Interior Airways, Inc of Fairbanks, Alaska as N209M.  Seen
derelict on fire dump at Fairbanks, Alaska 1973-1979.
57796 (MSN 10166) crashed at Rhein-Main AFB, West Germany Aug 16, 1951.
57797 (MSN 10167) crashed Clinton, Louisiana Oct 17, 1948
57798 (MSN 10168)
57799 (MSN 10169)
57800 (MSN 10170) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5126B 1957-1969.
57801 (MSN 10171, 11th TCS) crashed into Mt. Dore near Claremont-Ferrand, France Nov 13, 1951 due
to navigational error.  Total of 36 killed.
57802 (MSN 10172) to civilian registry as N6241C, then to Royal International
Corp as N2065A, to Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala as TG-OOC-2.
57803 (MSN 10173) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5127B 1957-1969.
57804 (MSN 10174) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5128B 1957-1969
57805 (MSN 10175)
57806 (MSN 10176) to civil registry as N56582 in 1966
57807 (MSN 10177) to US civilian registry as N75888, co Compania Mexicana de Aviacion SA as XB-PEK, thenXA-MAW, 
to Bolivia as CP-697 but ntu, then to US civil registry as N74127.  Crashed at Vera Cruz, Mexico Nov 7, 1964
57808 (MSN 10178) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5123B.
57809 (MSN 10179)
57810 (MSN 10180) to Cruzeiro do Sul Sep 1958 as PP-CEM.  DBR in ground collision
with ZP-CAD (ex PB4Y 66277) Jan 26, 1960 at Rio de Janeiro.  Became a spare parts source, scrapped Oc5 20, 1965.
57811 (MSN 10181)
57812 (MSN 10182) to US civil registry  as N7857B, then to Cruzeiro do
Sul of Brazil as PP-CFF but ntu.  Used as spare parts source only.
57813 (MSN 10183) scrapped after retirement.
57814 (MSN 10184) to US civil regisrtry as N2047A.  To TWA fleet no. 5551 Apr 1956 as N2047A.  In 1956/57 fitted with
Fairchile J44-R jet-pak.  To ET-T-12 in Ethiopia  Feb 1960 with jet engine on top of fuselage.
To N9701F Mar 1960, Converted in 1973 to Jet-Packet 2400B.  To Briles Wing and Helicopter, Inc Feb 1973, then 
to Ball Bros, inc of Alaska May 1, 1978.  To Northern
Pacific Transport, Inc of Alaksa Dec 20, 1982, then to Alaska Aircraft Leasing of Anchorage Apr 1992.  Repossessed
by First National Bank of Anchorage, Alaska Apr 27, 1992.  To Hawkins and Powers of Greybull, WY Aug 12, 1992.  
Now preserved at Hagerstown Aviation Museum, MD.
57815 (MSN 10185) to Leeward Aeronautical Sales, Inc as N7854B and then to private user at Miami, FL in 1958, then to 
Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEH but ntu and used as spares source only.
57816 (MSN 10186) 
57817 (MSN 10187) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5124B 1957-1969
57818 (MSN 10188) assigned Sep 13, 1948 to Berlin Airlift.
57819 (MSN 10189)
57820 (MSN 10190)
57821 (MSN 10191)
57822 (MSN 10192) to Brazilian AF as 2208 in 1955.  Retired and scrapped in 1967.
57823 (MSN 10193) scrapped after retirement.
57824 9MSN 10194)
57825 (MSN 10195) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5125B 1957-1969
57826 (MSN 10196) scrapped after retirement.
57827 (MSN 10197) to US civil registry as N6233C. To LEBCA International, Inc as N6233C, then to Venezuela as YV-C-LBA but
ntu.
57828 (MSN 10198) converted to SC-82A. to civilian registry with Bolivia as CP-614 (ntu), to Peru as OB-WAG-458, OB-RAB-458.
57829 (MSN 10199) to US civil registry as N6235C, to LEBCA International, Inc Aug 1955 as N6235C.  To Colombian user
as HK-426.  Seen derelict at Eldorado International Airport, Bogota, Colombia 1973-1997.
57830 (MSN 10200) to US civil registry as N6247C, to Cruzeiro do Sul of Brazil as PP-CEF.  w/o near Belem, Brazil
Jan 16, 1958.  3 killed.
57831 (MSN 10201) crashed Kenia AP, Alaska Jul 21, 1950.
57832 (MSN 10202) to civilian registry as N2054A, HP-219 (ntu), to Expreso Aero Peruano SA, Lima, Peru as OB-RAB-439, later
OB-RAA-439, OB-WAF-439, OB-UAB-439, to TG-AVA Nov 1958 with Guatemalteca.
45-59479 ... 45-59481
North American XB-45 Tornado
MSN 130-38391/38393
59479 w/o at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio Jun 28, 1949.
47-001 ... 47-022
North American B-45A-1-NA Tornado
MSN 147-43401/43422
001 caught fire and crashed near Alpaugh, California Sep 20, 1948
002 w/o in California Oct 13, 1949
003 w/o in Arizona Mar 26, 1954.
005 modified to EDB-45A. Flamed out and crashed on approach to Holloman AFB, New Mexico Apr 17, 1952.
006 (1 TTS) crashed due to structural failure 40 mi E of Biggs AFB, TX Jan 15, 1951.
008 on display at Castle AFB Museum, California.  A B-45C canopy was fitted
to this plane during service or when the plane was brought
from Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California for restoration.
009 was with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1952
011 w/o in California Aug 27, 1948.
012 modified to EB-45A.  With 3077th EG in 1950.  Damaged May 17, 1950 at Edwards AFB, California due to structural failure
014 (EB-45A, 29 AMS/29 AMG) crashlanded at Norton AFB, CA Aug 10, 1951.  Also reported in 1952 with 84th BS, 47th BG.
W/o in New Mexico Feb 5, 1952.
016 w/o Jul 20, 1956 in crash 6 mi E of Yuma, Arizona
017 with 29th AMS, 29th AMG in 1954.  W/o in Texas May 17, 1954.
020 modified to TB-45A
021 assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Oct 1, 1948 to Aug 14, 1952
Registered as NACA 121.  Crashed 14Aug52, Burrowsville, VA
47-023 ... 47-096
North American B-45A-5-NA Tornado
MSN 147-43423/43496
023 was with 47th BW
024 in 1955 was with 3200th PTG.  Crashed near Cleveland, Texas Sep 15, 1955.
026 with 3200th PTG damaged in landing accident Oct 30, 1950 at Eglin AFB, Florida
027 with 363rd TRG, with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958 and to 
RAF Bruntingthorpe for fire practice use
028 damaged Feb 14, 1950 at MacDill AFB, Florida then w/o with 84th BBs, 363rd TRG Oct 6, 1950 near Driver, Virginia.
029 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 8, 1958 and to 
Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for fire practice use
030 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 16, 1958 and used 
for fire practice there
031 (HQ 3077 EG) crashlanded at Edwards AFB, CA Jun 25, 1951.
032 with 845h BS, 363rd TRG, crashed at Langley Field, VA May 28, 1950.
034 (363rd RG, 85th BS) elevator boost failed during normal cruise flight and
aircraft stalled Jul 7, 1950.  Aircraft spun into ground 12 mi N of
New Albany, IN.  Copilot killed.  Pilot and navigator bailed out successfully.
035 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1950.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 23, 1958 and to RAF 
Brize Norton for fire practice use
036 modifed to EB-45A, Air Force Flight Test Center
037 with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1949.  Crashed due to engine fire near Shreveport, Louisiana
038 with 2750th AMG damaged Oct 9, 1956 in landing accident at Vincent AB, Arizona.
039 crashed with 85th BS, 363rd TRG near Lakeview, California Aug 10, 1953
040 w/o with 85th BS, 363rd TRG in landing accident at Langley, Virginia Feb 3, 1950.
041 (322 SRS/91st SRG) crashed at Barksdale AFB, LA Mar 21, 1951.
042 (222 SRS/91st SRG) damaged in ground accident at Barksdale AFB, LA
Jun 20, 1951.  With 86th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  SOC for scrap at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958
043 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 10, 1958 and to 
RAF Chelveston for fire practice use
044 w/o with 85th BS, 47th BG Aug 31, 1949 Dixie, Louisiana
045 with 86th BS, 47th BW  in 1952.  SOC for scrap at RAF Sculthorpe Jan 14, 1957
046 (86th BS, 47th BW) stolen Jun 13, 1958 by an airman 2nd class who was not a pilot and took
off from Alconbury, UK and crashed 3 minutes later, killing the airman.
047 in 1952 was with 86th BS, 47th BW.  Later with 324th SRS, 91st SRW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
Sculthorpe Jun 11, 1958 and to Torrejon AB, Spain for fire practice use.
048 with 86th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to Moron AB, 
Spain for fire practice use
049 converted to JB-45A test aircraft for Westinghouse turbojets.  Crashed
with 85 BS/363 TRG N of Hampton, VA Jan 9, 1951.
050 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Struck off charge at North American Aviation, Inglewood, CA Apr 5, 1957
051 with 86th BS, 47th BW in 1952, later with 84th BS, 363rd TRG.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to Moron AB, Spain for fire practice use
052 with 85th BS, 363rd TRG damaged Mar 27, 1950 near Langley, Virginia.
053 85th BS [363rd TRG]; 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 85th BS [47th BW] withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 11, 1958 and to 
Chaumont AB, France for fire practice use
054 in 1952 was with 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 25, 1958 and to 
Chaumont AB, France for fire practice use
055 with 86th GBS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 8, 1958 and 
to Dreux AB, France for fire practice use
056 85th BS [363rd TRG]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW] (86th BS) Struck off charge for scrap at RAF Alconbury Jun 7, 1958; 
still there (derelict but substantially complete) 1964.  Scrapped c1964.
057 86th BS, 47th BW withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Jun 11, 1958 and to 
Sidi Slimane AB, Morocco for fire practice use
058 in 1952 was with 84th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by October 1958 
and to RAF Greenham Common for fire practice use
059 in 1952 with 47th BW.  Crashed near Brandon, UK Jan 30, 1956
060 crashed Dec 14, 1952, Ohio?
061 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW].   Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 4, 1958 and to RAF 
Woodbridge for fire practice use
062 322ndSRS [91st SRW]; 1952: 84th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 4, 1958 and to RAF 
Bentwaters for fire practice use
063 nose section in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
064 in 1951 was with 85th BS, 47th BG.  Crashed near Bukroe Beach, VA Dec 12, 1951.
065 with 85th BS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 19, 1958 and to 
RAF Lakenheath for fire practice use
066 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 1, 1958 and to 
Torrejon AB, Spain for fire practice use
067 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 15, 1958 and to 
Hahn AB, West Germany for fire practice use
068 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 19, 1958 and to 
Giebelstadt AB, West Germany for fire practice use
069 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 8, 1958 and to 
Zaragosa AB, Spain for fire practice use
070 (85th BS, 47th BW) crashed Nov 1953 when wing pulled off in Germany.  Pilot and two navigators
killed, copilot and tail gunner escaped.  
071 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed near Field Dalling, UK Jun 3, 1957
072 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed at RAF Sculthorpe, UK Mar 14, 1956
073 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 and to 
Boulhaut AB, Morocco for fire practice use
074 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 19, 1958 and to 
Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice use
075 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  WFU May 15, 1958 at RAF Sculthorpe, UK.  To Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice.
076 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by July 1958 and 
to Aviano AB, Italy for fire practice use
077 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952. Air-Britain magazine states withdrawn from operational use at RAF 
Sculthorpe May 15, 1958 and to Sembach AB, West Germany for fire practice use
078 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 11, 1958 and to 
Wiesbaden AB, West Germany for fire practice use
079 with 85th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by 
September 1958 and to RAF Mildenhall for fire practice use
080 with 84th BS, 47th BG in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 
and to Ben Guerir AB, Morocco for fire practice use
081 with 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 
and to Ben Guerir AB, Morocco for fire practice use
082 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 7, 1958 and to 
Boulhaut AB, Morocco for fire practice use
083 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Crashed near RAF Sculthorpe, UK Sep 20, 1957
084 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jun 26, 1958 and to 
Ramstein AB, West Germany for fire practice use
085 crashed Mar 28, 1952 near Hampton, VA.
086 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  SOC for scrap Apr 4, 1958
087 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 8, 1958 and to 
Zaragosa AB, Spain for fire practice use
088 (84th BS, 47th BG) crashed 3 mi E of Franklin, VA May 26, 1952.  3 crew killed.
089 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe May 13, 1958 and to 
Etain AB, France for fire practice use
090 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury by August 1958 
and to Sidi Slimane AB, Morocco for fire practice use
091 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Jul 11, 1958 and to 
Laon AB, France for fire practice use
092 with 84th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 9, 1958 and to 
Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for fire practice use
093 422nd BS; 1952: 85th BS [47th BW].  SOC for scrap Aug 21, 1958
094 84th BS [47th BG]; 1952: 85th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Apr 24, 1958 and to 
Toul AB, France for fire practice use
095 with 85th BS, 47th BW in 1952.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 8, 1958 and to 
Evreux AB, France for fire practice use.
096 modified to JB-45A and used as testbed with engine slung under the fuselage.
47-097 ... 47-097
Static test airframe for B-45A Tornado
MSN 147-43497
47-128 ... 47-137
Boeing B-50B-45-BO Superfortress
MSN 15812/15821
All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
128/132, 135 modified as RB-50E for special
photographic missions.
134, 137 modified as RB-50F with navigational 
radar.
129 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
Squadron, 6091st Recon Suqcdron, to storage at MASDC Jun 1961.  Declared surplus
Sep 1961.
133 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D-type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D
(RB-50G, 6091st Recon Squadron) disappeared over Sea of Japan Sep 10, 1956 out of Yokota AB, Japan.
Probably went down in Typhoon Emma.
134 converted to RB-50F.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
136 modified as RB-50G ELINT Jul 1950, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Jun 1961.
137 converted to RB-50F.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1966.  Declared excess
Oct 30, 1967
48-001 ... 48-010
North American B-45C Tornado
MSN 153-38477/38486
001 damaged Sep 28, 1950 due to structural failure at Edwards AFB, California.  Modified to EB-45C.  Crashed Dec 3, 1952.
002 modified to EB-45C
003 crashed due to engine failure at Long Beach airport, California Sep 15, 1949.
005 modifed to EDB-45C.  To 3077th EG.  DBF in ground accident at Los Angeles airport, California Aug 12, 1953.
006 w/o with 84th BS Feb 24, 1950 in crash 8 mi NW of Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.  RAF exchange pilot killed.
008 modified to EB-45C, later to JB-45C.  With 4925th TG, w/o in California Jan 31, 1952.
009 converted to JB-45C
010 is on display at WPAFB Museum
48-011 ... 48-043
North American RB-45C Tornado
MSN 153-38487/38519
011 SOC at RAF Sculthorpe, UK for scrap Oct 1, 1957.  To fire dump.
012 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
013 withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 and to 
Adana AB, Turkey for fire practice use
014 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]; 1955: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 found its way to 
Dharan Air Field, Saudi Arabia in 1ate 1958 or early 1959 and
used as a crash simulation aircraft by the base fire department.
015 (324th SRS, 91st SRW) shot down by MiGs during recon of Yalu River Dec 4, 1950.  2 POW, 2 KIA.
016 (324th SRS, 91st SRW) crashed near Yokota AB, Japan Jun 6, 1952, crew bailed out 
017 delivered to USAF Aug 15, 1950. Modified to ERB-45C. Sep 1950 to 2750th ABW; Apr 1951 to HQ Air Research & Development 
Command; Jun 1951 to Wright Air Development Center; Jun 1954 Bailed to P&WC for testing. Modified Nov 1955 to JRB-45C, 
Apr 1957 to NRB-45C. SOC Nov 1971.  Transferred to SAC Museum at Offutt AFB in 1971, moved to Strategic Air 
And Space Museum, Omaha, Nebraska in 1998.
018 (3200 AMS/3200 ANG) damaged in ground fire at Eglin AFB,FL Jul 7, 1951.
019 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  SOC Aug 1, 1957.
020 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 47th BW. W/o Goose Bay AB, Canada, Mar 26, 1952
021 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 19th TRS [47th BW] Crashed on take-off from RAF Alconbury, UK, Jun 7, 1951
022 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe by September 
1957 and to RAF Elvington for fire practice use
023 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1955: 86th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Alconbury Apr 28, 1958 and to 
Ankara AS, Turkey for fire practice use
024 (323 SRS/91 SRG) crashlanded at Barksdale AFB, LA Apr 28, 1951.
025 with 91st SRW w/o Ohio Mar 5, 1952.
026 (323 SRS/91 SRG) suffered landing accident at RAF Sculthorpe May 15, 1951 
and stripped of useful parts. Finally struck off charge March 1954
027 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 6, 1957 and to 
RAF Shepherds Grove for fire practice use
028 (324 SRS/91 SRG) crashed 11 mi S of Plymouth, NC Feb 8, 1951.
029 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 6, 1957 and to 
Wiesbaden AB, West Germany for fire practice use
030 (323 SRS/91 SRG) crashed 4 mi NE of Ellington AFB, TX May 7, 1951.
031 in 1954 was with 19th TRS, 47th BW.  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Aug 23, 1957 and 
to Rhein Main AB, West Germany for fire practice use
032 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 47th BW.  Crashed in Goose Bay, Canada Aug 4, 1951. Wreckage still extant in 2009. 
034 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use.
035 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]; 1957: 84th BS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 9, 1957 and to 
RAF Alconbury for fire practice use
036 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
037 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Struck off charge at San Bernardino AMA, Norton AFB, CA Dec 17, 1957
038 1951: 323rd SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW]
039 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW] w/o Dec 24, 1952 in crash 14 mi SE of Pine Bluff, Arizona
040 1951: 324th SRS [91st SRW]; 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Struck off charge at San Bernardino AMA, Norton AFB, CA Oct 8, 1957
041 1954: 19th TRS [47th BW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Oct 2, 1957 and to 
Chateauroux AB, France for fire practice use
043 1951: 91st SRW; 1954: 19th TRS [66th TRW].  Withdrawn from operational use at RAF Sculthorpe Sep 26, 1957 and to 
RAF Woodbridge for fire practice use
51-2247 ... 51-2301
Boeing B-47B-45-BW Stratojet
MSN 450300/450354.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2247 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 14, 1961
2248 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1961
2249 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  SOC
2250 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 2, 1960
2251 to MASDC Sep 1, 1960
2252 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II. SOC
2253 converted to YRB-47B.  Crshed during touch-and-goes Jul 24, 1953.  3 crewmen killed.
2254 to MASDC Aug 30, 1960
2255 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 8, 1961
2256 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  Sent to Tinker AFB, Oklahoma for salvage Feb 10, 1960.
2257 to MASDC Aug 5, 1960
2258 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  SOC
2259 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  SOC
2261 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  With 19th BW crashed on takeoff from Torrejon AB, Spain
Dec 30, 1959.  Crew of 4 all killed.
2262 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 7, 1961.  To reclamation Mar 25, 1964 and
scrapped at MASDC
2263 to MASDC May 31, 1961
2264 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 18, 1961
2265 (321st BW) crashed on takeoff from Pinecastle AFB, Florida Mar 22, 1957
2266 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  Canopy fell off aircraft at 13,000 feet Oct 1, 1952.  No injuries.
To MASDC Apr 18, 1961
2267 (306th BW) stalled at landing and crashed at RAF Upper Heyford, UK Jul 2, 1953.  All 4 crewmen killed.
2268 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1961
2269 to MASDC Apr 26, 1961
2270 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 25, 1961
2271 to MASDC Nov 16, 1960
2272 (369th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC Jun 9, 1961
2273 (369th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC Sep 22, 1960
2274 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  With 19th BW at Homestead AFB, Florida lost Jul 12, 1960
after engine exploded and crashed near Lake Ockeechobee, Florida.  Crew survived.
2275 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 24, 1961
2276 to MASDC Sep 26, 1960
2277 to MASDC Aug 26, 1960
2278 (368th BS, 306th BW, later to 320th BW) to MASDC Apr 17, 1961
2279 converted to EB-47B-46-BW Feb 1953 and to JB-47B Feb 1956.  To MASDC Nov 30, 1960
2280 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC May 19, 1961
2281 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Dec 12, 1960
2282 (368th BS, 306th BW)
2283 (368th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC Sep 1, 1960
2284 (369th BS, 306th BW) to MASDC Apr 27, 1961
2285 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Dec 12, 1960
2286 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  With 19th BW, crashed after midair collision with 
B-47 52-535 on eastern outskirts of Tampa, Florida Dec 19, 1955.  4 crewmen killed.
2287 to MASDC Apr 21, 1961
2288 (19th BW) converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 15, 1960
2289 (320th BW) to MASDC Nov 22, 1960
2290 (320th BW) to MASDC Sep 2, 1960.
2291 (369th BS, 306th BW, then to 320th BW) to MASDC May 25, 1961
2292 (19th BW) converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 28, 1960
2293 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1960	
2294 to MASDC May 24, 1961
2295 to MASDC Nov 28, 1960.
2296 (368th BS, 306th BW) SOC
2297 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Oct 25, 1960
2298 (369th BS, 306th BW, later 320th BW) to MASDC Oct 19, 1960
2299 (369th BS, 306th BW, later 320th BW) to MASDC Aug 16, 1960
2300 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1953.  TO 340th BW.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1961
2301 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 8, 19671
56-238 ... 56-240
McDonnell F-101B-45-MC Voodoo
Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
238 (MSN 148) converted to TF-101B.  To MASDC as FF068 Jun 20, 1968.
240 converted to TF-101B
57-2523 ... 57-2526
Convair F-106B-45-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
2523 assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 29May74 to 27Jun74.
Dropped from inventory Jul 18, 1984 by transfer to museum status.  To National Guard Bureau HQ Jul/Aug 1984 for
display at Andrews AFB, Maryland.  To display with New Jersey ANG at Atlantic City Airport, New Jersey Dec 4, 1992.
2524 (MSN 8-27-18) to AMARC as FN176 Jan 26, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD258).  Shot down by SA-18 Feb 20,
1997, Holloman AFB.
2525 w/o Nov 1, 1960 after major damage when crashed short of runway at Andrews AFB, Maryland.
2526 crashed near Wilma, Florida Oct 16, 1968
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
62-2114 ... 62-2137
Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-30/B-53
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2114 (B-30) accepted by the US Army Aug 23, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0025 Jan 15, 1979.  Returned to 
manufacturer Jun 6, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00263
2115 (B-31) accepted by the US Army Aug 28, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0013 Oct 23, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00280
2116 (B-32) accepted by the US Army Aug 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0015 Oct 26, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Dec 9, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00282
2117 (B-33) accepted by the US Army Sep 25, 1963.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00076
2118 (B-34) accepted by the US Army Sep 13, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimbers –Nov66
Assigned to 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec 1966.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Mar 1968
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Sep 1972.  Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation 
Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973.  Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Mar 1973.
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00080
2119 (B-35) accepted by the US Army Sep 8, 1963.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort 
Eustis, VA used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00307
2120 (B-36) accepted by the US Army Oct 28, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
Hillclimbers –Apr 1967.  Airlifted by CH-47 62-2124 to the port at Vung Tau, South Vietnam, 
April 1967 for upload onto a ship on return to USA.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company, Fort Benning, GA, Jan 1968.  Crashed Jul 29, 1970 at Fort Benning, GA
2121 (B-37) accepted by the US Army Oct 31, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
Hillclimbers.  Crashed May 9, 1966 between Vung Tau and Saigon, Vietnam.  The door gunner received 
fatal injuries.
2122 (B-38) accepted by the US Army Oct 31, 1963.  Crashed Oct 31, 1963 Carmen, New Jersey during test flight.
2123 (B-39) accepted by the US Army Nov 19, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0009 Jun 9, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Aug 7, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00302
2124 (B-40) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.   Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" – Apr 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort Benning, GA, Feb 1968
To MASDC as XM0024 Dec 22, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer Sep 29, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and 
reserialed 92-00308
2125 (B-41) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.  Crashed Apr 29, 1964 on the Portage Glacier, AK, during a 
routine flight to supply Army troops which were helping to repair railroad lines after heavy floods.
2126 (B-42) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.  Crashed Mar 4, 1965 near Fort Benning, GA. A transmission 
oil fitting failed causing the rear of the aircraft to catch fire. The pilots tried to fly to an 
airfield but failed.
2127 (B-43) accepted by the US Army Dec 31, 1963.  Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA
To MASDC as XM0028 Apr 15, 1988.  Returned to manufacturer Mar 27, 1992 and 
rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00293.
2128 (B-44) accepted by the US Army Jan 4, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" –Apr 1967.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Nov 1967 used 
as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  Assigned to US Army National Guard Jun 1973
To MASDC as XM0018 Nov 20, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer May 21, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D 
and reserialed 92-00296.
2129 (B-45) accepted by the US Army Jan 22, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –May 1967.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Mar 1968.
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1972.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00108.
2130 (B-46) accepted by the US Army Jan 28, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Apr 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort 
Benning, GA, Jan 1968.  To MASDC as XM0021 Dec 2, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer Dec 16, 1991 and 
rebuilt as CH-47C and reserialed 92-00286.
2131 (B.047) accepted by the US Army Jan 29, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Oct 1966.  To MASDC as XM0006 Nov 25, 1975.  Returned to manufacturer 
Jan 10, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00287.
2132 (B-48) accepted by the US Army Feb 14, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort Benning, GA, Jan 1968
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 1968.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00084.
2133 (B-49) accepted by the US Army Feb 14, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Oct 1966.  Combat damage May 7, 1966 South Vietnam. While on a logistics 
sling load resupply mission, the aircraft was struck by small arms fire in the forward area damaging 
the main rotor system.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Dec 1967
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1972.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00086
2134 (B-50) accepted by the US Army Feb 27, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers".   Crashed Fort Benning, GA Jul 10, 1965
2135 (B-51) accepted by the US Army Mar 13, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Dec 1967.
Loaned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar 1973
Loaned to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973.  Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1973
To MASDC as XM0027 Jan 18, 1979.  Returned to manufacturer Mar 28, 1984 and rebuilt as CH-47D and 
reserialed 84-24182.
2136 (B-52) accepted by the US Army Apr 22, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00088.
2137 (B-53) accepted by the US Army Apr 24, 1964.  To MASDC as XM0011 Sep 6, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Apr 28, 1984 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24184.
67-18432 ... 67-18493
Boeing-Vertol CH-47B Chinook
Vertol Division, The Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-402/463.
18432 (B-402) accepted by the US Army 23Aug67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00107
18433 (B-403) accepted by the US Army 25Aug67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Crimson Tide 
Crashed at Camp Gorvad, near Phuoc Vinh, South Vietnam Dec 21, 1970
18434 (B-404) accepted by the US Army 8Sep67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00095
18435 (B-405) accepted by the US Army 6Sep67
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Shot down by ground fire in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam May 5, 1970.  Crew of 5 killed.
18436 (B-406) accepted by the US Army 6Sep67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Aug68-Nov68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jun69-May71		Named "Ole Daddy Rabbit"
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71	
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00078
18437 (B-407) accepted by the US Army 15Sep67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00097
18438 (B-408) accepted by the US Army 14Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68	
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules May68		
Named "Filthy Few; Good Vibrations"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01637
18439 (B-409) accepted by the US Army 11Sep67
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01640
18440 (B-410) accepted by the US Army 15Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules May68		
Named "Nightmare; The Virgin Hunter"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00079
18441 (B-411) accepted by the US Army 21Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		Named "Marauder"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00071
18442 (B-412) accepted by the US Army 21Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68
Crashed in Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam Mar 17, 1970
18443 (B-413) accepted by the US Army 26Sep67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company Nov67-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Aug68-May70
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jun70-Apr71		
Named "Easy Rider" 
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Boxcar Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00113
18444 (B-414) accepted by the US Army 27Sep67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		Named "3/4  Whore"
Assigned to 243rd Aviation Company "Freight Train" Fort Lewis, WA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01669
18445 (B-415) accepted by the US Army 5Oct67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK 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 572nd Military Intelligence Detachment Nov68-Feb69
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr69-Aug70
Shot down by enemy fire while on final approach to LZ Judy, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 
Aug 26, 1970.  4 of 5 crew members and 20 troops aboard killed.  Only one survivor.
18446 (B-416) accepted by the US Army 4Oct67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68	Transferred to RVN May68 
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68-Apr71			
Named "Cherry Picker"
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00073
18447 (B-417) Accepted by the US Army 11Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules. May68	 	Named "Goofy"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00064
18448 (B-418) accepted by the US Army 7Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules". May68		Named "Zeppelin II"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01672.
18449 (B-419) accepted by the US Army 16Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules". May68	 	
Named "Lady Godiva; Nitemare".  Shot down in Laos Feb 27, 1971
18450 (B-420) accepted by the US Army 16Oct67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan68-Feb71
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00067
18451 (B-421) accepted by the US Army 19Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" 	Transferred to RVN May68	 
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68		
Named “Miss Carriage"; "The Good Ship Lollipop"; "Proud Mary" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01652
18452 (B-422) accepted by the US Army 23Oct67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68	 	Named "Booney Bus"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00114
18453 (B-423) accepted by the US Army 25Oct67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68-Dec69 		Transferred to RVN May68
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jan70-Aug71.	Named "Snoopy"
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Apr74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00085
18454 (B-424) accepted by the US Army 31Oct67
Assigned to 177th Aviation Company, 3rd Army, Fort Benning, GA Dec67-Apr68
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules" May68-Dec69 		
Transferred to RVN May68	Named "Banshee"; "The Undertaker"
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Hercules Jan70-Jun71.  
Named "Banshee"; "The Undertaker"
Assigned to 187th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jul71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00082 
18455 (B-425) accepted by the US Army 13Oct67	
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Jun68
Destroyed in taxi accident when its blades struck another CH-47 (67-18450) during ground 
operations in Binh Dinh Province, SVN Jun 19, 1968.  Flight engineer KIA
18456 (B-426) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company "Hercules". 	Transferred to RVN May68	
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May68	
Named "Patches"; "Foxy Lady"; "Easy Rider"
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24115
18457 (B-427) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Jul68
Destroyed in midair collision when descended on top of  UH-1 66-0740 Jul 1, 1968, Kontum 
Province, South Vietnam.  Crew of 5 KIA.
18458 (B-428) accepted by the US Army 8Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May69
Crashed after receiving ground fire over LZ Professional, SVN, May 15, 1969.  The aircraft took 
three hits in the aft transmission and three hits in the control closet. The aircraft crashed 
and was destroyed by fire.  Crew survived.
18459 (B-429) accepted by the US Army 13Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71		
Named "Charlie Lima Express". 
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec72-Mar74
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00115
18460 (B-430) accepted by the US Army 6Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Mar69
Assigned to 142nd Transportation Company (Aircraft Direct Support) Apr69-May70
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jun70-Sep71
Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Oct71-Dec71
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24112
18461 (B-431) accepted by the US Army 16Nov67
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb68-Mar69
Crashed Mar 22, 1969, SVN.  Several passengers and one crewmember KIA.
18462 (B-432) accepted by the US Army 27Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Dec68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jan69-Jun71
Crashed in Vietnam Jun 9, 1971 when ran out of fuel and landed hard 150 feet short of runway.
Extracted from the crash site by CH-47 66-19098 [271st ASHC]
Assigned to 1st Army, New Cumberland Army Depot [NCAD], PA, Jan72-Jul72
The aircraft was returned to the US for repair but declared Beyond Economical Repair.
18463 (B-433) accepted by the US Army 26Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Apr71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00110
18464 (B-434) accepted by the US Army 29Nov67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Mar68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr68-May71
Assigned to 205th Aviation Company "Geronimos", Fort Benning, GA Feb72-Nov72
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Feb73-Aug73
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Nov74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24108
18465 (B-435) accepted by the US Army 9Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00090
18466 (B-436) accepted by the US Army 12Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-Feb71
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jan72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-Jun74
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00083
18467 (B-437) accepted by the US Army 14Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00091
18468 (B-438) accepted by the US Army 15Dec67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Crashed near LZ Green in Phouc Vinh, South Vietnam Feb 15, 1971
18469 (B-439) accepted by the US Army 16Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May68
Shot down by ground fire on takeoff from Kham Duc, SVN May 12, 1968.  One passenger KIA.
18470 (B-440) accepted by the US Army 16Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Mar68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Apr68-Feb69
Damaged by ground fire and made forced landing, SVN.  Destroyed during aborted
sling operation Feb 23, 1969.
18471 (B-441) accepted by the US Army 17Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68-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 B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Nov68-Jul69
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Oct70
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Jan72-Aug73
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Nov74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00071
18472 (B-442) accepted by the US Army 18Dec67
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01649
18473 (B-443) accepted by the US Army 19Dec67
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb71-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71 
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71 
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Sep73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00087
18474 (B-444) accepted by the US Army 8Jan68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68-Jun68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jul68-Aug69
Accident 21Aug69 South Vietnam  The aircraft returned to Chu Lai.
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Feb71-Sep71
Assigned to 68th Assault Helicopter Company Oct71-Jan72
Assigned to 507th Transportation Company, Fort Campbell, KY Oct73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00099
18475 (B-445) accepted by the US Army 9Jan68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Mar68-May68
Shot down near Kham Duc, SVN May 12, 1968.  The helicopter was hit by 50 caliber machine gun 
fire at an altitude of 1500-1600 feet shortly after takeoff. The helicopter made a controlled 
landing and caught fire.  Crew survived.
18476 (B-446) accepted by US ARmy Jan 12, 1968.  
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" May68-Feb70
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Aug70-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Boxcar Feb72–
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00069
18477 (B-447) ccepted by the US Army 12Jan68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Feb69-Apr70
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Mar74
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Apr74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00081
18478 (B-448) accepted by the US Army 16Jan68
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00078
18479 (B-449) accepted by the US Army 17Jan68
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 		
Named "The Odyssey" 
Remanufactured as YCH-47D 76-18479
18480 (B-450) accepted by the US Army 18Jan68
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 		
Named "Alfred E. Neuman" 
Destroyed on ground in Vietnam May 4, 1970 by rocket.
18481 (B-451) accepted by the US Army 22Jan68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper"
Destroyed on ground in Vietnam by Viet Cong Jan 13, 1969
18482 (B-452) accepted by the US Army 24Jan68
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" May68-Jun69
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct69-Feb70
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Mar70-Apr71.	Named "Mother Goose II" 
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00077
18483 (B-453) accepted by the US Army 30Jan68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Feb69-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
Assigned to 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell Dec72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24105
18484 (B-454) accepted by the US Army 9Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
Accident 16Dec68 South Vietnam. The aircraft was involved in a ground collision with a USAF 
C-130, s/n 63-802 , at LZ Odessa, RVN.  There were no injuries and no fire.
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Aug71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company Boxcar, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00089
18485 (B-455) accepted by the US Army 8Feb68
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" 
Crashed near Nui Ba Ra in South Vietnam May 31, 1970, and deliberately destroyed.  Crew escaped 
serious injury.
18486 (B-456) accepted by the US Army 10Feb68.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00068
18487 (B-457) accepted by the US Army 12Feb68  Accident 5 km NNE of Palisade, Nebraska. 
The CH-47 had received major battle damage in South Vietnam. The aircraft received ground fire 
from a .51 caliber machine gun. The airframe sustained damaged to the STA 482 manufacturing 
splice and the number two engine. A decision was made to recover the aircraft back to the 
nental United States for repair (CONUS).  was lost in crash of C-133B 59-0530 Feb 6, 1970 
enroute to New Cumberland rmy Depot near Harrisburg, PA.  It was being carried aboard the plane.
18488 (B-458) accepted by the US Army 19Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Nov68-May71
Assigned to 271st Assault Support Helicopter Company "Innkeeper" Jun71
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" Jul71-Sep71
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Jul73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00086
18489 (B-459) accepted by the US Army 20Feb68
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00074
18490 (B-460) accepted by the US Army 23Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Jul71
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-	
Destroyed in accident in USA Sep 27, 1977
18491 (B-461) accepted by the US Army 26Feb68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Sep68
Assigned to B Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Longhorn" Oct68-Jul69
Assigned to C Company, 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion "Crimson Tide" Jan70-Jul71
Assigned to 154th Aviation Company, 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Mar72-Jul72
Assigned to 178th Aviation Company "Boxcar", 5th Army, Fort Sill, OK Aug72-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00065
18492 (B-462) accepted by the US Army 27Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May68-May70
Assigned to 132nd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hercules" May71-Sep71
Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jan72
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Feb72
Assigned to 243rd Assault Support Helicopter Company "Freight Train" Dec73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 88-00076
18493 (B-463) accepted by the US Army 28Feb68
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" May68-Feb71
Crashed Quang Tin Province, Souh Vietnam due to mechanical failure Feb 6, 1971 at LZ Siberia, SVN.  
Crew of 8 and flight surgeon passenger KIA.
71-1033 ... 71-1034
Northrop F-5B-45-NO Freedom Fighter
1033 (MSN N.8085) to Turkey as 11033/5-033
1034 (MSN N.8086) to South Korea

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