USAF Serial Number Search Results


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Description Criteria: B-47
Data last updated: Sun Jan 19 19:26:54 2014
43-47033 ... 43-47202
Curtiss C-46A-55-CK Commando
c/n 104/273
47033 (c/n 104/CK81) to Navy as BuNo 39597.
47034 (c/n 105/CK82)WFU and stored Aug 1946
47035 (c/n 106) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1948
47036 (c/n 107/CK84) WFU and stored Aug 1946
47037 (c/n 108/CK85) condemned for salvage Jan 18, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47038 (c/n 109/CK86) WFU and stored MASDC Jan 1965.  Sold less engines
47039 (c/n 110/CK87) WFU and stored Feb 1946
47040 (c/n 111/CK88) to US Navy as 39604.
47041 (c/n 112/CK89) to US Navy as 39605.
47042 (c/n 113/CK90) to US Navy as 39606.
47043 (c/n 114/CK91) to US Navy as 39607.
47044 (c/n 115/CK92) to US Navy as 39608
47045 (c/n 116/CK93) to US Navy as 39609  
47046 (c/n 117/CK94) to Navy as BuNo 39610
47047 (c/n 118/CK95) to Navy as BuNo 39611
47048 (c/n 119/CK96) to USN as R5C-1 BuNo 50690
47049 (c/n 120/CK97) to USN as R5C-1 BuNo 50691
47050 (c/n 121/CK98) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  WFU and
stored.  Bought by L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp in 1956 as N2081A.
Bought by Air Corporation of Miami in 1956.  Bought by Aviateca
later in 1965 and registered as TG-ACA.  Crashed into Mt. Aluz
shortly after takeoff from Guatemala City May 11, 1974.  5 of
32 onboard killed.
47051 (c/n 122/CK99) WFU and stored Feb 1946
47052 (c/n 123/CK100) WFU and stored Jan 1946
47053 (c/n 124/CK101) WFU and stored Aug 1946
47054 (c/n 125/CK102) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946.
WFU and stored.
47055 (c/n 126/CK103) to US Navy as 50692
47056 (c/n 127/CK104) to US Navy as 50693
47057 (c/n 128/CK105) to US Navy as 50694
47058 (c/n 129/CK106) to US Navy as 50695
47059 (c/n 130/CK107) to US Navy as 50696
47060 (c/n 131/CK108) to US Navy as 50697
47061 (c/n 132/CK109) to US Navy as 50698
47062 (c/n 133/CK110) to US Navy as 50699
47063 (c/n 134/CK111) to US Navy as 50700
47064 (c/n 135/CK112) to US Navy as 50701
47065 (c/n 136/CK113) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47066 (c/n 136/CK114) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47067 (c/n 138/CK115) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47068 (c/n 139/CK116) WFU and stored Jan 1946
47069 (c/n 140/CK117) w/o Aug 11, 1945
47070 (c/n 141/CK118) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47071 (c/n 142/CK119) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army=Navy
Liquidation Commission
47072 (c/n 143/CK120) w/o May 11, 1945 Chabua, India.  Condemned for salvage May 12, 1945
47073 (c/n 144/CK121) w/o Jun 11, 1945
47074 (c/n 145/CK122) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946.
WFU and stored.  Bought by Aircraft Modifications Apr 1947
and registered as N7764B.  Bought by Caribbean Aircraft and
Supply Jun 1957. Leased by RANSA (Ritas Aereas Nacionales SA)
Jul 12, 1957, returned Oct 9, 1957.  Converted to CW-20T.
Bought by Transontinental SA Jan 1958, registered as LV-PHN,
reregistered Apr 17, 1958 a LV-FTT.  Leased by Austral-Compania
Argentina de Transportes Aeros Saci of Buenos Aires Dec 22, 1961.
Returned Jul 1963.  Bought by Austral Jul 1964.  WFU and stored
Buenos Aires, Argentina 1971 and subsequently scrapped
47075 (c/n 146/CK123) to US Navy as R5C-1 50702
47076 (c/n 147/CK124) to US Navy as R5C-1 50703
47077 (c/n 148/CK125) to US Navy as R5C-1 50704
47078 (c/n 149/CK126) to US Navy as R5C-1 50705
47079 (c/n 150/CK127) to US Navy as R5C-1 50706
47080 (c/n 151/CK128) to US Navy as R5C-1 50707
47081 (c/n 152/CK129) to US Navy as R5C-1 50708
47082 (c/n 153/CK130) to US Navy as R5C-1 50709
47083 (c/n 154/CK131) to US Navy as R5C-1 50710
47084 (c/n 155/CK132) to US Navy as R5C-1 50711
47085 (c/n 156/CK133) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47086 (c/n 157) w/o Mar 9, 1945 when crashed on takeoff at Mangshih, China
47087 (c/n 158/CK135) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946
47088 (c/n 159) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47089 (c/n 160/CK137) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47090 (c/n 161/CK138) condemned for salvage Jan 21, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47091 (c/n 162/CK139) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47092 (c/n 163/CK140) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Havy
Liquidation Commission.
47093 (c/n 164/CK141) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47094 (c/n 165) DBR Jun 18, 1945
47095 (c/n 166/CK143) supposedly went to US Navy as R5C-1 50712, but is listed as being stored Jan 1948, not having gone to Navy
47096 (c/n 167/CK144) to US Navy as R5C-1 50713
47097 (c/n 168/CK145) to US Navy as R5C-1 50714
47098 (c/n 169/CK146) to US Navy as R5C-1 50715
47099 (c/n 170/CK147) to US Navy as R5C-1 50716 Dec 26, 1944
47100 (c/n 171/CK148) to US Navy as R5C-1 50717
47101 (c/n 172/CK149) to US Navy as R5C-1 50718
47102 (c/n 173/CK150) to US Navy as R5C-1 50719
47103 (c/n 174/CK151) to US Navy as R5C-1 50720
47104 (c/n 175/CK152) to US Navy as R5C-1 50721
47105 (c/n 176/CK153) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47106 (c/n 177/CK154) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission.
47107 (c/n 178/CK155) condemned for salvage Jan 21, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47108 (c/n 179/CK156) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47109 (c/n 180/CK157) by 1954 was TI-1009 of Lineas Aereas
Costarricenses S.A.
47110 (c/n 181/CK158) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47111 (c/n 182/CK159) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47112 (c/n 183/CK160) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47113 (c/n 184/CK161) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47114 (c/n 185) lost Mar 19, 1945 when crew bailed out after engine failure
15 mi W of Yunglung, China.  Condemned Mar 17, 1945, so one
date must be incorrect.
47115 (c/n 186) w/o Apr 8, 1945 when crew bailed out 30 mi E of Ledo (India)
47116 (c/n 187/CK164) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47119 (c/n 190/CK167) condemned for salvage Jan 21, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47120 (c/n 191/CK168) attached to India-China Wing, ATC at Station 6, Chabua (Assam), India.
Crashed in a belly landing at Yunnanyi, Yunnan, China Mar 4, 1945, condemned Mar 6, 1945.
47121 (c/n 192/CK169) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  WFU and
stored.  Bought by Western Hemisphere Export May 1957 and registered
as N8013E.  DBR in hangar collapse during storm at Panagarh, India Jun 19, 1957
47122 (c/n 193/CK170) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
47123 (c/n 194/CK171) condemned for salvage Jan 17, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47124 (c/n 195) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47125 (c/n 196/CK173) condemned for salvage Jun 30, 1945
47126 (c/n 197) w/o Jul 6, 1945
47127 (c/n 198/CK175) condemned for salvage Jan 20, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47130 (c/n 201/CK178) condemned for salvage Feb 12, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47131 (c/n 202) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1948
47132 (c/n 203/CK180) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47133 (c/n 204/CK181) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47134 (c/n 205) w/o Apr 1945
47135 (c/n 206) crashed on landing at Kunming, China Mar 16, 1945
47137 (c/n 208/CK185) condemned for salvage Jan 21, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47138 (c/n 209/CK186) condemned for salvage Jan 21, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47139 (c/n 210) w/o May 29, 1945
47140 (c/n 211) DBR Apr 28, 1945
47141 (c/n 212) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47142 (c/n 213/CK190) WFU and stored Aug 1946
47143 (c/n 214/CK191) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47144 (c/n 215/CK192) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946
47145 (c/n 216/CK193) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47146 (c/n 217) crashed 45 mi W of Shinbwiyan, Burma Apr 5, 1945
47147 (c/n 218/CK195) to Indian government Apr 10, 1946. To civilian registry as N9925F. Sold to APSA of Peru as OB-OAB-471. 
Sold to TAN Honduras as HR-TNA. Sold to Inair Panama as HP-473.
47148 (c/n 219) w/o Mar 1945
47149 (c/n 220) crashed on landing at Kunming, China Mar 31, 1945
47150 (c/n 221/CK198) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
Liquidation Commission
47151 (c/n 222/CK199) WFU and stored Jan 1946
47152 (c/n 223) W/O after crashing Jul 24, 1945
47153 (c/n 224/CK201) DBR Mar 24, 1945 after the crew bailed out after and engine failure 12 mi E of
Yunnanyi, China.  MACR 13081
47154 (c/n 225/CK202) Missing Mar 2, 1945, the Hump.  Condemned Mar 4, 1945.
47155 (c/n 226/CK203) damaged in taxi accident at Kunming, China Jul 8, 1945.  To Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.
WFU and stored Apr 1946.  Bought by Western Hemisphere Export Jun 1967.  Bought by Loide Aereo Nacional
Aug 6, 1957 and registered as PP-LEJ.  Bought by Western Hemisphere Export Jan 1958.  Bought by Aeronorte
Mar 31, 1958 and registered PP-NBP.  Bought by REAL SA Jun 11, 159.  DBR while landing at Brasilia,
Brazil Jun 21, 1963.
47156 (c/n 227/CK204) WFU and stored Jan 1946
47157 (c/n 228/CK205) WFU and stored Feb 1946
47158 lost Mar 27, 1945, India
47159 (c/n 230/CK207) WFU and stored Jan 1946
47160 (c/n 232/CK208) damaged in ground accident after bad landing at Kunming, China Sep 5, 1945 while attached
to 1333 AAFBU at Chabua, India.  To Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.  WFU and stored Apr 1946.  Bought by
Banwari Lal and Company Aug 22, 1955.  Bought by Isthmanian Aviation coprporation Jun 8, 1956.  Bought by Albsco SA
Jun 25, 1956.  Boubht by American Airmotive Corp Jun 25, 1956 and registered as N10421.  Leased by Miami Airlines
in 1959 and returned in 1960.  Leased by Imperial Airlines Jun 2960 returned in 1961.  Leased by Aerovias
Panama Airways May 25, 1961.  Bought by Congolese Government in 1962 and registered 9T-PLA.  WFU and stored
1963.
47161 (c/n 232, 133rd TCG) lost May 7 (or 8), 1945, Burma.
47162 (c/n 234/CK210) WFU and stored Aug 1, 1946
47163 (c/n 235/CK211) WFU and stored Jan 1946.
47164 (c/n 235) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47165 (c/n 236) crashed 15 mi SE of Chabua, India Apr 3, 1945 when crew bailed
out following engine problems
47166 (c/n 237) crashed Jun 18, 1945
47167 (c/n 238) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47168 (c/n 239) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47169 (c/n 240) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47170 (c/n 241) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1947
47176 (c/n 247) to N9961F (Ferry Permit), to Venezuela for Rutas
Aereas Nacionales SA (RANSA) as YV-C-ARF.
47177 (c/n 248/CK225) To C-61 of Linea Aerea Transatlantica,
reregistered as HK-61. Registered as N3954C for American Air Export and Import
Company (AAXICO) then to Resort Airlines.  To HC-ABR of ANDA, then to CC-CNB of Trans Chile.
Registered as HR-SAL to Servicos Aereos Honduras SA (SAHSA) of Honduras. W/o Jun 7, 1962 on a cargo flight
when the landing gear collapsed on landing at Tegucigalpa-Toncontin Airport, Honduras.
47178 (c/n 249) to Panama for Aerovias Panama Airways (APASA) as
HP-407, to Linea Aerea Transatlantica Colombia a C-65, then
HK-65, to Rutas Aereas Nacionales SA (RANSA) as YV-C-ARE.
To Bolivia and SANIA as CP0833, to SAB (Servicios Aereos Bolivianos
as CP-914.  W/o Jul 15, 1970 at Espirito, Bolivia.
47179 (c/n 250) to N92854 for Johnson International Airlines (ex Johnson Flying
Service), to Rutas Aereas Nacionales SA (RNSA) of Venezuela as YV-C-ARM
Destroyed Sep 29, 1957 at Maracaibo, Venezuela.
47182 (c/n 253) to Slick airways Jun 7, 1948 as N3906B
47184 (c/n 255) DBR Apr 4, 1945
47187 (c/n 258) crashed Apr 1945
47190 (c/n 261, line no. CK238) surplused to RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arkansas Nov 16, 1945.  
Bought later in Nov 1945 by Howard J. Korth.  Sold to
Transportes Aereos Centro Americano (TACA), registered as YS-01C Dec 15,
1945.  Then to F. A. Conner in 1947 as N75393.  Bought by a
Hagganah front company and marked with spurious Lineas Aeras Panamenas SA
(LAPSA) markings with fake registration RX-130 and flown to Israel as CU-T540. 
LAPSA was a "paper" Panamanian company that served as a clandestine
conduit to Israel for planes refurbished by Zionist activists. Operated
by Israeli AF as RX-130 for a time, then as 1701.  While transporting cargo
from Czechoslovakia to Ekron in Israel forced landed in Rhodes, Greece and 
was impounded until end of war of independence.  Then to El Al Airlines as 4X-ACB,
later 4X-ALB.  Then to American Air Export and Import Company (AAXICO) as N75393 
Jul 27, 1955.  Transferred Sep 1, 1955 to Howard J. And Geraldine
F. Korth.  Leased to TACA (Transportes Aereos Centro Americano, of El Salvador) 
as YS-35 Dec 1955.  Bought by TACA Mar 19, 1956.  In 1970 bought by Aeromar
Airlines as HI-196.  In 1978 bought by Aerolinas Argo.  Apri 1987 bought
by Aerolineas Mundo as HI-495CT.  Bought by Cargo Aereas Dominicana
and registered as HI-495SP.  Aerolineas Mundo bought in 1990 as
HI-495CT.  WFU 1994 and stored at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Current status unknown.
47193 (c/n 264/CK241) registered as N3955C with Resort Airlines Inc.  To Colombia
Linea Aerea Transatlantica Colombia as C-66, then KH-66, then in 1953
registered as CU-C556 for Cubana de Aviacion.  DBR when landing gear collapsed
on landing at Rando Boyeros, Cuba May 17, 1954.
47194 (c/n 265) to civilian operator as RX-110. Sold to ANDES of Peru as OB-OAC-232. 
Sold and re-registered as N1548V with Nenana Fuel Company (AK), to Everts Air Fuel.
47196 (c/n 267) to civilian operator as RX-111. Sold to ANDES of Peru as OB-OAD-233. 
W/o Rio Yavari, Peru Jan 17, 1949.
47197 (c/n 268) to civilian operator as RX-112. Sold to ANDES of Peru as OB-OAE-268. 
Sold and re-registered as N3959C.
47200 (c/n 271) crashed Jun 18, 1945
47202 (c/n 273/CK250) bought by Indian government Apr 10,1946.
WFU and stored.  To Caribbean Aircraft and Supply Jan 1957 as
N7848B.  To RANSA Oct 1959 as YV-C-ERF, to Aerovias Panama
Airways in 1960 as HP-238.  To COPA Panama in 1964, to Aerovias
Alianza in 1966.  To Carolina Aircraft Corp Jul 5, 1968 as
N7848B.  To Interior Airways Sep 18, 1968, to Fairbanks Air
Service May 10, 1972,  Alaska Rental and Sales Inc bought
it Jun 14, 1973.  Leased by Fairbanks Air Service Jun 14, 1973.
Nenna Fuel Company leased it Oct 1978, Air North
leased it in 1982.  Everts Air Fuel leased it in 1985 and
flown as "Dumbo", incident on landing Mar 14, 1985.
Returned to Alaska Rental and Sales Inc Jun 2000. Tatonduk
Outfitters bought it Aug 2000.  Leased by Air Cargo 
Express (WA) Aug 20000, Air Cargo Express is now Everts Air Fuel.
Still flying as of June 2008.
44-69905 ... 44-70004
Boeing B-29-70-BW Superfortress
c/n 10737/10836
69907 (39th BG, 60th BS) lost from unknown cause over Pacific while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan Apr 15, 1945.  
MACR 14279.  All 11 crew killed.
69922 (444th BG, 677th BS0 in landing accident at West Field, Tinian Jun 24, 1945.  All crew survived, but
not known if aircraft was repaired.
69926 (499th BG, 878th BS) ditched off Iwo Jima May 14, 1945 after ran out of fueld while on mission to
North Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14430.  2 crew killed, 10 survived and were rescued.
69928 (330th BG, 457th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Guam May 4, 1945.  All crew survived, not known
if aircraft was repaired.
69932 (498th BG, 873rd BS) in landing accident at Isley Field, Saipan Jul 1, 1945.  Crew survived, but aircraft
was damaged.  Not known if the plane was repaired.
69936 (504th BG, 421st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jun 26, 1945.  MACR 14996.  4 crew killed, 7 rescued.
69939 in midair collision with B-29 44-86364 at 26,000 feet over Stockton, CA Nov 16, 1949.  18 crew
of 21 lost.  69939 crashed 14 mi NW of Stockton.
69941 (505th BG, 482nd BS) crashed on takeoff at North Field, Tinian Aug 16, 1945 due to bad weather.  Crew survived,
but aircraft was destroyed.
69942 (383rd BG, 880th BS0 in taxiing accident at Batista Field, Cuba Apr 19, 1945.  All crew survived.  Not known
if aircraft was repaired.
69943 (TB-29, 233rd AAFBU) crashed into high ground 8 mi S of Guadalupe Peak, Texas Jun 30, 1945
while on night navigation training mission during return leg from Davis Monthan AAF to
Mobile, AL.  All 12 aboard killed.
69945 seen at NWF China Lake, CA in mid 1950s, used for explosives testing before being scrapped at 
Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
69951 (98th BW, 345th BS) damaged by gunfire from MiG-15 over bridge at Chongju, North Korea Mar 1, 1951.  Able to
land in South Korea, but aircraft was DBR.
69957 - as SB-29 at China Lake; nose now at U.S. Aviation Museum, Inyokern, California
69959 (93rd BS, 19th BG) lost from unknown cause at Guam Jun 10, 1945.  MACR 14616.  Fate of crew unknown.
69961 (505th BG, 484th BS) ditched after takeoff 2 mi W of North Field, Tinian May 19, 1945 due to flaps being raised too
soon.  MACR 14474.  7 crew killed, 4 survived and were rescued.
69963 (c/n 10795  "Big SCHMOO / WINNIE II" 444BG/58BW/678BS) was one of two B-29s used for post-war rocket 
assisted takeoff test program, designed to extend range by using less fuel on take-off.   
Program probably cancelled because of development of the B-47 /B-36 and  in-flight refueling advances. 
Salvaged Dec/1951
69964 (505th BG) shot down over Tokyo May 26, 1945.  MACR 14502. 8 crew killed, 3 crew fate unknown
69965 (462nd BG) shot down by Ki-45 Jun 5, 1945 over Kobe, Japan.  MACR 14605.  4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and
became POWs.  6 were executed, 1 died in captivity.
69966 (462nd BG) shot down by J2M3 May 14, 1945 near Nagoya, Japan and crashed in Iseno Bay.  MACR 14431.
4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.  5 were executed, 2 released in 1945.
69970 (504th BG, 398th BS, "Nip Finale") shot down by AAA and crashed at Yaehara Chiba, Japan May 29, 1945 while on
mission to Yokohama, Japan.  MACR 16100.  All 12 crew KIA
69972 retired to Chinal Lake Mar 14, 1965.  *Doc* stored on range for many years 
at Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake, CA.  Acquired by
National Museum of Naval Aviation Feb 1994 and registered
N6735C but did not leave China Lake until recovered Apr 15, 1998 and 
moved to United States Air Museum, Inoykern, CA 
for restoration.  Was located at Boeing plant in Wichita
KS for restoration back to flying condition as N69972.  Aircraft
moved out of Boeing plant Mar 2007 (they need the room) and
a hangar appeal has been launched.
69977 (98th BW) attached by MiGs while hitting bridge at at Kogungong-dong,
Korea and crashlanded at K-1 Mar 1, 1951.
69978 (504th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 25, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14503.
6 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
69979 damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913.
69980 (92nd BG, 325th BS, "Deal Me In") to reclamation at Tinker AFB Aug 8, 1954.
69982 (SB-29) disappeared March 18, 1953 while searching in Newfoundland for RB-36H 51-13721 that General Ellsworth
was lost on.  None of the crew of 10 were ever found.
69983 (c/n 10815) in 1974 was at Sandia Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, NM.  Museum failed, and aircraft reported 
1976 to be derelict and dismantled.  Acquired by USAFM.  Reported
at Saipan, Marianas in 1985 and later at Travis AFB, CA
69984 (c/n 10816) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
69990 (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed NW of Iwo Jima Jul 1, 1945 due to two engines on fire while on mission
to Shimonoseki, Japan.  MACR 14693.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and were rescued.
69993 (498th BG, 874th BS0 lost 2 engines after takeoff and crashlanded at Kobler Field, Saipan Jun 22, 1945. All
crew survived but aircraft was destroyed.
69996 (330th BG, 457th BS) crashed at Iwo Jima due to engine failure Aug 8, 1945.  All crew survived but
aircraft was destroyed.
69998 (487th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause Aug 28, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14867
70001 abandoned on Iwo Jima
70002 (444th BG, 676th BS0 crashed at West Field, Tinian May 17,1 945.  Aircraft was destroyed.
70004 (60th BS, 39th BG) lost from unknown cause in Pacific May 4, 1945.  MACR 14367.  Fate of crew unknown.
44-77444 ... 44-77893
Curtiss C-46D-10-CU Commando
c/n 32840/33289
77513, 77560, 77577, 77619, 77624, 77692, 77702, 77725 to TC-46
77444 was C-46A-55-CU
77445 to N90131, then to Cuba Aeropostal as CU-C343
77446 was C-46A-55-C
77452 (433rd TCG) lost Jan 15, 1945, SW Pacific.
77469 (c/n 32865) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-322. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAM-578 
and later re-registered OB-R-578. Sold to Aerovias Halcon of Argentina as LV-PQC. 
Sold and re-registered and N1268.
77470 (c/n 32866) to N51738, then AP-ADU, then N51738 again, then to
Montreal Air Services as CF-IHR, operated by World Wide Airways.  Overran runway Sep 23, 1956 at
DEW Line Site 28 Canada
77471 (c/n 32867) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-326. Sold to Trans 
Peruana as OB-R-804.
77472 (c/n 32868/CU1404) MIA, condemned Mar 26, 1945.
77473 (c/n 32869/CU1405) MIA, condemned Mar 24, 1945.
77474 (c/n 32870/CU1406) MIA, condemned Mar 24, 1945.
77475 (c/n 32871/CU1407) WFU and stored Apr 1947.
77476 (c/n 32872/CU1408) crrashed, condemned Mar 9, 1945.
77477 (c/n 32873/CU1409) DBR May 16, 1945
77478 (c/n 32874/CU1410) crashed, condemned Aug 11, 1945.
77509 (c/n 32905) to Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) as 71-1131 in 1957, to Seletar
Air Services in 1977 as N54512.  Leased to OASIS from Jun 1978 as RP-C-184.  Derelict
by 1990.  To Manila Air Transport Services in 1991, broken up in 1992.
77511 (c/n 32907) to 51-1102 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), to N54513.
77512 (c/n 32908/CU1444) delivered to USAAF Dec 8, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 48TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over 
Germany Mar 24 1945, MACR 13422.
77514 (c/n 32910) to 51-1103 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.
77515 (c/n 32911) to 61-1128 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), to N54511
77518 (c/n 32914/CU1450) delivered to USAAF Dec 4, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 48TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity 
over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13423.
77525 (c/n 32921/CU1457) delivered to USAAF Dec 5, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 49TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over 
Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13426.
77528 (c/n 32924) to PP-NMD, Navegacao Aerea Brasileira (NAB), w/o May 03, 1960 
at Ramey AFB, PR.  Struck a small hill on approach, all 5 on board killed.
77531 (c/n 32927) to MASDC as CN0084.  Still there Aug 1976.
77537 to Indian Government as VT-DVP Dec 4, 1965.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973
77538 (c/n 32934, 315th TCW, 34th TCS) crashed into Sea of Japan after takeoff from K-18, Korea Oct 16, 1952.  25 killed.
77542 (c/n 32938/CU1474) delivered to USAAF Dec 7, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 29TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over Germany 
Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13418.
77545 retired to Davis Monthan.  Sold Mar 2, 1965.  To N32227 of C-46 Parts, Inc
Apr 1969, then to Aerovias Las Minas As CP-973
77546 to N9894Z, used by CIA in Bay of Pigs invasion, later flown as
AN-AMG for a time.
77547 to South Korean AF
77548 to VT-DVQ Aug 17, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973
77552 crashed Sep 1, 1967 at Howard AFB, Panama.  There were fatalities.
77554 (c/n 32950/CU1486) delivered to USAAF Dec 9, 1944. Transferred Feb 22, 1946 to Reconstruction Finance Corporation. WFU & stored Walnut 
Ridge, Arkansas. Reg. NC51743. China National Aviation Corp. (CNAC) bought Sep 1948 reg. XT-156. Civil Air Transport, bought Dec 1948 
reg. N8380C. Tfd to Civil Air Transport, Inc. on Jul 8, 1950 rereg. B-856. Tfd to Air Asia in 1956. Sold to CATCL Sep 7, 1960, 
rereg. B-908 Nov 1960. Leased from CATCL and subleased by Air America to Air Asia. W/o when it crashed near Taichung on Jun 20, 1964 
after takeoff enroute to Taipei, causing 57 fatalities. The cause of the accident seems to have been an attempt to hijack the 
aircraft, because, as the medical examiner noticed, the pilot had “a small hole at the right side of the face”.
77558 (c/n 32954) registered as HK-390 and operated by Lloyd Aereo Colombiano.
Crashed on final approach to Bogota-Eldorado Airport during flight from 
Miami to Barranquilla, Medellin, and Bogota Apr 19, 1960.  6 crew
of 7 and 31 passengers of 44 killed.
77559 (c/n 32955) to MASDC as CN0085.  Still there Aug 1976.  Preserved at Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, CA.  Noted
Oct 10, 2008 as unrestored hulk in the storage yard of the museum.
77563 (c/n 32959/CU495) WFU and stored 1959.  Bought by C-46 Parts INc
Oct 1973 and registered N91371.  Bought by Servicios Aereos Virgen de Copacabana
(SAVCO) Jan 1974 registeed as CP-1063.  Crashed Apr 24, 1975,
Sayari, Bolivia when struck Machu Sayari mountain while descending
in IMC conditions.
77564 (c/n 32960) to NC51802, XT-160 of CNAC, N8381C of Civil Air
Transport, N4658V, N612Z, to N609SE of Span East Airlines.  By 1975 was in
use with with Caribbean Air Services of St Croix, Virgin Islands.
77565 (c/n 32961) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-331.
77575 (c/n 32971) to 51-1124 Japan Air Self Defence Force, to N54510.  Now 
at Castle Air Museum, California.
77577 crashed on takeoff Myrtle Beach, SC May 23, 1950.  39 killed.
77581 (c/n 32977/CU1513) delivered to USAAF Dec 16, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 47TCS, Crashed during Operation 
Varsity over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13420.
77582 (c/n 32978/CU1514) delivered to USAAF Dec 15, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 29TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over Germany 
Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13419.
77583 (c/n 32979/CU1515) delivered to USAAF Feb 1, 1945. Attached to 313 TCG, Crashed during Operation Varsity over 
Germany Mar 24, 1945, 
77584 (c/n 32980) to 51-1104 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.
77586 (c/n 32982/CU1518) to RFC Jan 16, 1946.  Bought by Aerovisas 
Nacionles del Ecuador SA (ANDESA) as HC-SCA.  Crashed July 17, 1946 Cuenca, Ecuador, killing
all 30 on board.
77588 (c/n 32984/CU1520) to MAP Feb 18, 1966.  Davis Monthan to AIIMF, Miami Feb 18, 1966. Indian Ministry of External 
Affairs bought Aug 17, 1967 reg. VT-DVO. Returned to the 56th Special Operations Wing, Takhli, as 44-77588 from GI
(outside USAF) on 28 February 1970. Transferred to outside USAF again on Apr 1, 1973. WFU & stored 1974.  
77589 (c/n 32985) to N9458Z with Southern Air Transport in 1960, then Civil Air Transport, 
then to OASIS in 1975 as RP-C1462.  Broken up in mid 1980s.
77590 (c/n 32986/CU1522) delivered to USAAF Dec 16, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG, Crashed during Operation Varsity over 
Germany Mar 24, 1945, 
77592 (c/n 32988) to South Korean AF.  Now at Korean War Memorial
77595 (c/n 32991/CU1527) delivered to USAAF Dec 19, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 47TCS, Crashed during Operation 
Varsity over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13421.
77602 (c/n 32998/CU1534) delivered to USAAF Dec 20, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 48TCS, Crashed during Operation 
Varsity over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13425. 
77604 (c/n 33000/CU1536) delivered to USAAF Dec 19, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 29TCS, Crashed on a freight run, 
after a mid air with RCAF Spitfire IX (possibly ML232) over Kent, England on Apr 11, 1945, four fatal.
77605 (c/n 33001) to N9700Z Intermountain Aviation, Marana, AZ later N56371.
Used to support Project Coldfeet by Intermountain Aviation, a company 
secretly owned by the CIA, in the arctic during the period May-June 1962. 
77608 (c/n 33004) to Taiwan as 48264.  Seen in 1969.
77609 (c/n 33005) YV-C-ARD RANSA.  Crashed into the sea Apr 26, 1955 north of 
Tanaguarena.
77614 (c/n 33010) to MASDC as CN0088.  Still there Aug 1976.
77621 to B-1513, to XV-NIG, to B-1513 again.  WFU Feb 5, 1971.
77626 SOC Aug 16, 1963.  To N10704, to VT-DRM MAr 31, 1964.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  May have gone on
to clandestine duties.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
77632 to B-1517, to XV-NIF, to XV-NII, to B-1517 again.  WFU in 1970
77634 (c/n 33030) to 61-1126 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  WFU and stored.
77635 To MASDC as CN0089, still there Aug 1976.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
77637 (c/n 33033/CU1569) delivered to USAAF Jan 11, 1945. Attached to 313 TCG 48TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over Germany 
Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13424.
77641 (c/n 33037/CU1573)  delivered to USAAF Jan 5, 1945. Attached to 471TCS/313TCG at Achiet (B-54), France, DBR when it suffered a ground 
accident and fire Apr 11, 1945.
77645 (c/n 33041/CU1577) delivered to USAAF 05/1/45. While attached to 313th TCG aircraft took part in Operation Varsity (Allied Airborne 
Assault Over the Rhine River)as Chalk 44 radio call sign V. On 24 March 1945 it was damaged by flak. When it made run in with both 
gas tanks on fire, aircraft exploded when it struck the ground One paratrooper refused to jump , reason unknown. 
77649 to Chinese AF as -C46313 Apr 1948
77650 to MAP Oct 20, 1968
77652 to Chinese AF as C-46315 Apr 1948.  Replaced 44-77871
77653 (c/n 33049/CU1585) delivered to USAAF Jan 8, 1945.  Attached to 47 TCS/313 TCG at Achiet, France.  Damaged
Apr 24, 1945 as Chalk 58 during Operation Varsity (Allied airborne assault over Rhine river).  DBR when fatally
crashed at Hesdin, France Mar 27, 1945
77654 (c/n 33050/CU1586)delivered to USAAF Jan 10, 1945. Attached to 49TCS/313TCG at Station 484, Folkingham, England. 
Returning from a flight to B-54, Achiet, France the airplane and crew became lost on top of an overcast off the eastern coast of 
England, one mile south of Orfordness, in the Humber Diver Area, a restricted area over the English Channel. The aircraft was shot
down at 2005 hours, 4 Mar 4, 1945, by friendly allied anti-aircraft (English Coastal defense guns) ground fire. Four fatal. At the 
time the aircraft is believed to have been shot down, an enemy air raid was taking place.
77656 (c/n 33052/CU1588) delivered to USAAF Jan 8, 1945. attached to 313TCG damaged by flak in Operation Varsity (Allied 
Airborne Assault Over the Rhine River) on Apr 24, 1945, it then landed at Y-32 Openhoven, Belgium, reported to have 
been w/o -DBR on Jun 5,1945. 
77674 to MAP Oct 27, 1968.
77681 (c/n 33077) to ROCAF as C46289.
77687 (c/n 33083) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-332.
77689 to Chinese AF as C-46321 in Apr 1948
77690 SOC Sep 21, 1962.  Probably to clandestine duties.  To N10710, to VT-DRU Mar 31, 1964.  Returned to USAZF
Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
77691 (c/n 33087/CU1623), as N4880V next for Capitol Airways ('54-'55), 
then Universal Airlines, then as TI-1019 for Aerolineas Nacionales. March 30, 1958 
hijacked and forced down by rebels 35 miles from Havana, Cuba and damaged beyond repair
77704 (c/n 33100) to PP-VBI, Varig (Brazil).  W/o Aug 2, 1949, Brazil after aircraft
caught fire in midair during flight from Sao Paulo to Porto Alegre and swung violently
during emergency landing on rough ground.  5 killed out of 36 on board.
77708 (c/n 33104) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-323. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAN-579 
and later re-registered OB-R-579
77709 to MAP Apr 1966.  To VT-DVR Aug 17, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
77716 to MAP Sep 25, 1968
77722 to MAP Apr 14, 1946..  To VT-DVN Dec 7, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
77723 to Chinese AF as C-46319 Apr 1948
77736 (c/n 33132) to B-874 Civil Air Transport
77756 (c/n 33152) to B-872 Civil Air Transport
77757 (c/n 33153) to B-876 Civil Air Transport, N8420C, N9883F for Trans Arctic 
Air (AK), to CP-991.
77801 to Chinese AF as C-46318 Apr 1948
77808 to Chinese AF as C-46320 Apr 1948
77810 (c/n 33206) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-324. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAO-580
and later re-registered OB-R-580
77811 (c/n 33207) to ROCAF as C46253
77812 (c/n 33208) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-325.
77813 (c/n 33209) to Cuba Aeropostal as CU-C202 then to Cubana.
77814 (c/n 33210) became NC1635M, then YV-C-AQE, then N1829M, then
HK-513.  W/o Jun 25, 1957
77816 to Chinese AF as C-46215 Apr 1948.
77823 (c/n 33219) to ROCAF as C46261
77827 to Chines AF as C-46322 Apr 1948
77839 struck tower Hindhead, UK while flying visual in IMC May 6, 1945.  30 killed.
77840 (c/n 33236) to civilian registry as N1657M. Sold to ANDES of Peru as OB-OAB-244. 
Sold to CINTA of Chile as CC-CAT-0367. Sold to Linea Aerea Condor as CC-CAT. Sold to 
LATISA.
77841 (c/n 33237) to ROCAF as C46216
77846 (c/n 33242) to N9891Z with Capitol Airlines Mar 1961. To Ortner Air Services, to Trans Continental 
Airlines (Willow Run). To C-FAVO.
77847 (c/n 33243) to PP-VBY, to N355BY Carolina Aircraft Corp./Florida 
Aircraft Leasing, w/o Nov 15, 1980 Norman Cay, Bahamas operated by BWI 
Leasing.
77849 (c/n 33245) to CB-47, Frigorificos Co-operative Los Andes, crashed La Paz-El 
Alto (Bolivia) Nov 8, 1950
77851 to MAP Sep 25, 1968.  Went to Republic of Korea AF
77852 (c/n 33248) by 1954 was TI-1010 of Lineas Aereas Costarricenses S.A.
77853 to MAP May 10, 1966. To VT-DWS Dec 17, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
77854 (c/n 33250/CU1786) crashed Jul 2, 1945.
77857 (c/n 33253/CU1788) crashed May 31, 1945.
77858 (c/n 33254) PP-VBQ, to N355BQ Carolina Aircraft Corp./Florida Aircraft Leasing, 
to HR-LAJ has had temp. Reg. of YV-C-SBR.
77859 (c/n 33255) to 61-1127 Japan Air Self Defence Force, withdrawn from 
use and stored - Harada Air Park, Kawaguchiku, Japan
77860 (c/n 33256) to Chinese AF as C-46317 Apr 1948
77861 (c/n 33257) w/o May 6, 1945 when crashed at Long Man Hill, Wilmington, England
77865 (c/n 33261/CU1797) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
stored 1948.
77867 (c/n 33263/CU1799) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
stored 1948.
77868 (c/n 33264) HK-494 Lineas Interamericana Aérea. To N10416 
Riddle Airlines, to Zantop.
77873 to MAP Jun 17, 1966.  To VT-DWZ Feb 15, 1968.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973
77875 (c/n 32371/CU 1807) to Intercontinental Aerea de Cuba as CU-T449.
To El Al Israel Air Lines as 4X-ALB, to Mexican Air Force as X-T-1,
to Cordova Air Lines (of AK) as N10012.  In 1957 to Reeve Aleutian
Airways, Inc still as N10012.  Ground looped after landing on ice
Feb 17,1966 at Homer, AK.  Repaired.  W/o Feb 17, 1971 when
nosed up on touchdown on an ice covered lake near Nondalton
Airport, AK).  Nose section, including cockpit, broke off when plane
broke through the ice.
77876 to Chinese AF as C-46214 Apr 21, 1948.  This replaced 44-77646
77877 (c/n 33273) to HK-603 Lineas Interamericana Aérea. Destroyed by fire Jan 31, 1954
after emergency belly landing near Techo, Colombia.
77878 to MAP Jun 27, 1966.  To VT-DWY Dec 7, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
77880 (c/n 33276) to CU-C264, to N66326 Flying W Airways (NJ). To Colombian civil registry
as HK-1715.  Hulk Bogota
77883 (c/n 33279 SOC Aug 19, 1963.  Probably to clandestine activities.  TO N10703, to VT-DRN Feb 22, 1964.
Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
77887 (c/n 33283) after the USAAF became CU-P197 for Corporacion Aero Nacional of Cuba. 
Next it became XH-TNE (Honduran) for TAN Honduras, only next to become CB-67 for LAB 
in Bolivia.  Then to PP-LPH Linhas Aéreas Paulistas.  Crashed Mar 4, 1954 into 
Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  An attempt to land on one engine was made. Following a
hard landing on one wheel, full power was applied by the instructor because 
another aircraft had entered the runway. The engine failed on climbout and the 
C-46 struck the mast of a ship, causing it to crash into the sea.
77889 (c/n 33285) to 51-1122 with Japan Air Self Defence Force, to N54514 Everts 
Air Fuel unused Air cargo Express (AK) owned by Clifford Everets son Robert.
44-84992 ... 44-85336
Lockheed P-80A-1-LO Shooting Star
c/n 080-1015/1359
84994 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
84999 at Hill AFB Museum, UT.
84995 used for tests in towing by B-29
85000 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29667.
85001 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85004 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85005 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29668.
85007 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85009 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85012 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85013 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85014 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85015 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85019 modified as RF-80A-15-LO.  Came in first in first Weatherhead
Trophy competition as part of Cleveland National Air Races Sep 1, 1946.
Achieved speed of 578.63 mph (average of 2 runs in opposite
directions).
85024 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85025 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85029 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85038 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85039 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85041 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85042 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets.
85044 fitted with upward-firing guns.
85047 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85048 crashed Aug 6, 1945, killing Richard Bong, 40-kill ace.
85049 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85051 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85057 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85060 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85062 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85063 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85071 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85072 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85098 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85099 to NASA Ames at Moffett Field, California.
85101 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85104 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85105 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85107 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85109 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85110 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85112 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85116 tested with wingtip rocket racks
85120 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85122 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85123 (c/n 080-1146) at Edwards AFB, CA.  Noted on display outside Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works',
Palmdale, CA Fall 2003.
85124 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85125 (c/n 080-1148) upgraded to F-80C-11-LO.  Noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo
Aviation History Museum, MI painted as 44-85152
85128 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85132 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85134 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85135 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85142 modified as RF-80A-15-LO.  Ditched in ocean near Cho-do, Korea 
with 67th TRW, 155h TRS due to engine trouble Jan 13, 1953.
85150 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85151 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85152 - Plane so marked located at Kalamazoo Historical Aviation Museum is actually 44-85125.
85154 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85155 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85160 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85161 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85163 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85166 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85167 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85168 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85171 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85172 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85175 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85176 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85177 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85178 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85179 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85180 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85181 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85182 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85183 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85190 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85191 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85196 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85200 modified as XP-80B.  Later modified as XP-80R and set
world's air speed record of 623.738 mph June 19, 1947
flown by Col. Albert Boyd.  Now at USAF Museum, 
Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
85201 modified as XFP-80A.  Later modified as RF-80C-11-LO
85205 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85208 crashed east of Toro Peak in Santa Roas Mountains of 
Riverside CO, California Jan 12, 1948, killing the pilot.  
85210 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85214 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets.
85216 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85217 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85220 (3535th PTW) Williams AFB, Arizona – Flew into ground on training flight, Oct 15, 1951
85225 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85226 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85227 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85229 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85230 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85231 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85234 (NE ANG) crashed during landing into B-47s 52-369 and 53-4235 at Lincoln AFB, NE Nov 17, 1956.
Pilot and two cround crew in 52-369 killed.  Further 4 injured.
85235 transferred to USN as BuNo 29689
85237 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85239 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85240 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85242 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85244 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85245 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85246 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85247 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85249 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85252 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85253 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85260 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85261 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85262 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85264 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85268 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85269 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85270 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85279 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85281 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85283 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85284 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85285 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85287 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85290 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85291 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85293 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85297 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85299 to NACA at Moffett Field, California as NACA 131.  Use to test vortex generators on wing.
85300 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85310 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85315 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85318 collided with 44-85372 NW of Sentinel, AZ Jan 5, 1949.  Pilot badly injured, pilot of other plane killed.
85320 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85321 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85322 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85324 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85328 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85330 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85333 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85334 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
46-65 ... 46-66
Boeing XB-47 Stratojet
Model 450-3-3 c/n 15972/15973
65 stalled on landing Aug 18, 1951, major structural damage.
66 at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, IL.
49-1900 ... 49-1909
Boeing B-47A Stratojet
Model 450-10-9, c/n 450001/450010
1900 to NACA 150
1901 passed on to US Navy upon completion of development work.
Nose section in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
1902 passed on to US Army at Eglin AFB, FL upon completion of development work.
1903 redesignated EB-47A Sep 1951.  Passed to US Army at Eglin AFB, FL upon
completion of development work.
1905 redesignated EB-47A Nov 1954 when relegated to ground instructional airframe
1907 redesignated EB-47A Feb 1952.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe May 1953.
1909 redesignated EB-47A Apr 1952.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe May 1953.
49-2642 ... 49-2645
Boeing B-47B-1-BW Stratojet
Model 450-11-10, c/n 450011/450014
2642 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
2643 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47B Sep 19t4 and JTB-47B  Dec 1955.
Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again
2644 redesignated  EB-47B Jun 1952 and ETB-47 Jun 1953.
2645 (Air Proving Ground Command) burned at Eielson AFB during refuelling Sep 20, 1951
and destroyed.
2646 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
49-2646 ... 49-2646
Boeing B-47B-5-BW Stratojet
Model 450-11-10, c/n 450015
50-001 ... 50-012
Boeing B-47B-5-BW Stratojet
c/n 450016/450027
001 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
002 redesignated EB-47B May 1952, TB-47B Jun 1953, and JTB-47B Dec 1955.
Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.
003 redesignated EB-47B Jun 1952, to ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.
subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.
004 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1953 and TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time it was
already a ground instructional airframe.  
005 redesignated ERB-47B Oct 1952 and JRB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated
and redesignated TB-47B
006 crashed after takeoff 4 mi W of Edwards AFB Nov 19, 1951.
All aboard killed.  Conflict here since also listed as being in a midair collision near Wichita AFB
with 50-024 Sep 1, 1951, both aircraft destroyed, 4 killed.
007 w/o Sep 1, 1951 in fatal midair collision with B-47 50-0024 3 mi NE of Wichita AFB, KS 
008 was first SAC operational B-47, delivered to 306th BS.  Named "The
Real McCoy" after the wing commander.  Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.
009 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Used for in-flight refuelling trials and redesignated
ETB-47B Jan 1955.  Redesignated JTB-47B Dec 1955
010 to TB-47B
011 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time was already a ground instructional airframe,
012 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time was already a ground instructional airframe,
50-013 ... 50-025
Boeing B-47B-10-BW Stratojet
c/n 450028/450040
013 (TB-47B, 3520 FTW, ATC) crashed after wing failure during training mission Mar 13, 1958. Student
pilot ejected, instructor parachuted to safety, but crewman occupying the navigator's
position did not eject and was killed.
014 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
redesignated TB-47B again.
015 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
016 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
017 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1953, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Used at one
stage by MATS for Airways and Air Communications Service duties.  Subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B
018 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1952, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B
019 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Jan 1956.  Subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B again.
020 redesignated EB-47B Jan 1952 and TB-47B Jun 1953, by which time it was already an
instructional airframe.  Redesignated UB-47B Jun 1962 and GB-47B Oct 1962
021 to TB-47B.  With 4347th CCTW crashed after pitching over during climb out.  Four killed.
022 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
023 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 by which time it was already a ground instructional
airframe.  Reported damaged in crash while flying a Project WIBAC (Boeing-Wichita)
mission Nov 2, 1951 when chute failed on landing.  No injuries.
024 destroyed in midair collision with 50-006 near Wichita AFB Sep 1, 1951.  Both aircraft
destroyed, 2 fatalities apiece.
025 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
50-026 ... 50-050
Boeing B-47B-15-BW Stratojet
c/n 450041/450065
026 (4925th Test Group) craqshed on takeoff Mar 26, 1952. 4 crew killed.
027 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1952, Damaged in engine fire on ground Sep 24, 1952.
Redesignated ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955, and subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B.
028 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
029 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
030 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
031 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
032 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
033 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
034 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
035 (3520th FTW) landed short at Wichita AFB Jul 22, 1952.  Broke wheel and twistged axle of
right outrigger gear.  Minor damage also to flap and flaperon due to flying debris.
No injuries.
036 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
037 redesignated EB-47B May 1952 and to ETB-47B Jun 1953.  Relagated to ground
instructional airframe Nov 1954 but redesignated JTB-47B Dec 1955, UB-47B
Jun 1962 and GB-47B Nov 1962.
038 (306th BW) ditched in Tampa Bay Apr 11, 1952 during approach.  Destroyed but no
injuries.  Complete power loss due to fuel mismanagement by student pilot who failed
to note warning lights.
039 redesignqted TB-47b Jun 1953 by which time it was alread a ground instructional
airframe.
040 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Used for inflight refuelling trials as hose and
drogue tanker and redesignated ETB-47B Jan 1955 (designation KB-47G has been quoted
but does not appear on aircraft's USAF record card).  Became JTB-47B-17-BW Dec 1955
and NTB-47B Mar 1960 but immediately withdrawn and stored.
041 engine failed Jan 25, 1952, minor damage, no injuries.  Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
042 to TB-47B
043 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
044 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
045 to TB-47B-17-BW
046 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe by Sep 1962 when
redesignated UB-47B.  Redesignated GB-47B Oct 1962
047 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.
048 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.
049 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.
050 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.
50-051 ... 50-082
Boeing B-47B-20-BW Stratojet
450066/450097
051 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.
052 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1952, TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47B Apr 1955, and JTB-47B Dec 1955.
Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.
053 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47B Jul 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.
054 redesignated EB-47B May 1953, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B
055 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
056 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
057 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953	
058 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
059 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
060 (3520th FTW) damaged during touch and go landing Dec 4, 1952 at Wichita AFB. Aircraft settled back
onto runway, crew felt a jolt, went around, and landed safely.  Right outrigger had struck a
pilot of snow alongside runway, resulting in high drag on wheel and strut.  No injuries.
Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
061 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
062 redesignated TB-47B Jun 19543 and JTB-47B Sep 1957.  Subsequently updated and
redesignated TB-47B again.  Redesignated NTB-47B by Aug 1961.
Was on display at Florence Air and Space Museum since 1965.  Has been moved to the 
Mighty Eighth Heritage Museum, Pooler, GA.
063 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
064 (3520th Flying Training Wing) left outrigger went off runway into mud Apr 11, 1952.
No injuries.  Converted to TB-47B.  Later used to test B-58 escape capsule as JTB-47B.
065 (306th BW) crashed Jul 3, 1952, 3 killed.
066 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1956
067 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1956
068 (305th BW) damaged when aft landing gear collapsed during landing MacDill AFB
Oct 22, 1952.  Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
069 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Converted to YB-47F refuelled by hose and drogue system.
070 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
071 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
072 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
073 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
074 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
075 to TB-47B
076 (TB-47B, HQ 15th AF) crashed on Mt. Palomar Dec 18, 1957 while on landing
approach to March AFB, CA.
077 redesignated EB-47B Jun 1952, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955
078 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
079 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
080 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and 
redesignated TB-47B again
081 exploded in air at 7500 feet and crashed in Marianna, FL Jul 22, 1952.  3 crew killed,
plus 2 civilians on ground killed and three seriously injured.  No evidence
of fire in forward fuselage, center section showed severe fire damage and all
engines seaparated from wing.
082 converted to YB-47C Feb 1953 (originally designated XB-56).  Project terminated
Dec 1954, and aircraft relegated to ground instructional airframe.
50-690 ... 50-703
Boeing C-97C-35-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16234/16247. 
All converted to MC-97G in Korean War.
690 damaged Nov 10, 1963 at Lajes AB, Azores when struck while parked
by skidding WB-47E 51-2420.  To MASDC
691 to MASDC
692 to MASDC
694 to MASDC
695 to MASDC Sep 22, 1964
696 to MASDC
697 to MASDC
698 to MASDC
699 to MASDC
700 to MASDC Apr 10, 1964
701 to MASDC
702 vanished without a trace in north Pacific near Tokyo Mar 22, 1957.  70 on board.
703 to MASDC Apr 17, 1964
51-303 ... 51-326
Boeing KC-97F-65-BO Stratofreighter
c/n 16370/16393
0309,0319,0322,0326 converted to C-97F
312 to MASDC Apr 14, 1964
314 while attached to 40th ARS at Smokey Hill AFB, KS Sep 9, 1953 damaged in midair collision with B-47B
51-2224 38 mi NE of Gila Benz, AZ
51-2045 ... 51-2081
Boeing B-47B-25-BW Stratojet
c/n 450098/450134
2045 delivered to Lockheed Marietta as pattern aircraft for Refinement Program.
Remained as a static test vehicle.  Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B.
2046 redesignated EB-47B Jun 1952.  Subsequently converted to XB-47D testbed 
for Wright XT-49 turboprop as Model 450-162-48, and formally redesignated as
such Dec 1954.
2047 redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2048 (ARDC) stalled during landing and crashed Jun 24, 1952, 3 killed
2049 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2050 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2051 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2052 redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2053 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2054 (YRB-47B, 4th SRS, 26th RW) shot down by MiG-15s over Pacific E of Kamchatka
Peninsula Apr 18, 1955.  Crew may have bailed out but were not recovered.
2055 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B 
2056 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2057 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2058 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2059 updated and redesignated TB-47B.  Transferred in 1956 to Canadair as testbed for
Orenda Iroquois engine as CL-52, serial X059.  Following
cancellation of the Arrow program, returned to USA Aug 1959 and 
scrapped at MASDC shortly thereafter.
2060 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B 
2061 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2062 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2063 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2064 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2065 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B     
2066 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B. 
Converted to WB-47.
2067 no. 1 engine tore loose during ferry flight from Wichita to Oklahoma City
Air Material Area Feb 26, 1952.  Uneventful landing made.  Updated and 
redesignated TB-47B
2068 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2069 updated and redesignated TB-47B 
2070 to TB-47B
2071 redesignated EB-47B Sep 1952 and JB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
redesignated TB-47B
2072 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2073 During ferry flight between Wichita and Oklahoma City outboard cowling of
number 2 engine fell off.  Landed safely.  Updated and redesignated TB-47B
2074 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2075 redesignated EB-47B then JB-47B Jan 1956, TB-47B Feb 1956 and JTB-47B Mar 1956.
Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.
Put on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards, AFB, CA.
2076 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2077 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2078 redesignated EB-47B Nov 1952 and JTB-47B  Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and
redesignated TB-47B
2079 subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2080 redesignated JB-47B Jan 1956 and subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B 
2081 updated and redesignated TB-47B
51-2082 ... 51-2136
Boeing B-47B-30-BW Stratojet
c/n 450135/450189
2082 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2083 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2084 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2085 (3520th FTW) in landing accident Mar 19, 1953 at air base in Wichita, KS.  All 6 engines
were torn off the wing.  Crew OK.
2086 crashed near town of Braman, OK Jan 6 1955.
2087 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2088 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2089 w/o in landing accident Jan 8, 1954 at Wichita, Kansas.  2 crew killed.
2090 redesignated JTB-47B Jul 1957, subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B
2091 updated and redesignated TB-47B
2092 w/o Mar 16, 1954 at Forbes AFB, Kansas
2096 lost in touch-and-go accident Oct 13, 1953 at March AFB, California.  Some fatalities
2097 completed by Lockheed as B-47B-30-LO from parts supplied by Boeing
2098 relegated to ground instructional airframe by Jun 1962 when redesignated UB-47B
2100 (321st BS) unable to find base, ran out of fuel and crashed 50 mi S o Sidi Slimane AB, French
Morocco Dec 10, 1954.  3 crew ejected.
2103 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1952.  In Dec 1954 converted to XB-47D testbed for Wright XT-49 
turboprop as Model 450-162-49.  
2104 (379th BW(M)) crashed and burned 10 nm SW of Homestead AFB, FL Mar 13, 1958.  4 crew
killed.
2112 lost prior to 1957.
2115 converted to WB-47B weather aircraft and used by Air Weather Service from Jun 1956, 
then to instructional airframe by Oct 1962 when redesignated GB-47B.
2119 damaged in landing accident Apr 23, 1954 at Pinecastle AB, Florida
2120 used at one stage by MATS for Airways and Air Communications Service duties.
Put on display at Whiteman AFB, MO.
2122 to TB-47B
2132 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
2135 seen at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ in 2001.
51-2137 ... 51-2191
Boeing B-47B-35-BW Stratojet
c/n 450190/450244
2141, 2150, 2155, 2160 ,2165, 2170, 2175, 2180,
2185, and 2190 completed by Douglas as B-47B-35-DT
2139 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.  With 379th BW at Homestead
AFB, FL flat tire caused takeoff crash Oct 11, 1957.  4 crewmembers killed.
2142 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated RB-47B
2144 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
2145 was cancelled.  Completed by Lockheed as mockup only.
2147 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
2149 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
2152 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again.
Relegated to ground instructional airframe by Jun 1962 when redesignated UB-47B
2154 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
2155 redesignated EB-47B Sep 1954 and JB-47B Feb 1956.  To MASDC Aug 28, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969.
2157 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated B-47B again
2159 converted to YRB-47B, redesignated JB-47B Dec 1955, subsequently updated and 
redesignated B-47B again
2160 redesignated EB-47B Oct 1954 and JB-47B Feb 1956.  Reverted to B-47B, subsequently
updated and redesignated DB-47B
2162 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
2163 converted to DB-47B
2164 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
2165 converted to DB-47B
2166 converted to DB-47B
2167 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B.
To MASDC Jul 1960
2168 converted to DB-47B
2169 converted to DB-47B 
2170 converted to DB-47B
2171 converted to DB-47B
2172 converted to DB-47B
2173 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
2174 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
2175 (3520th FTW, McConnell AFB Kansas) suffered explosion in bomb bay fuel tank and shedded its wings over 
East Wichita, Kansas Mar 28,1956, crashing four miles east of the city, killing three crew. 
Explosion occurred just after takeoff at about 2,000 feet. 
2176 converted to DB-47B
2177 (DB-47B) crashed at Pinecastle AFB, FL Oct 9, 1957 in inflight breakup in high speed demonstration, 
killing Col Michael McCoy, the wing commander at
Pinecastle AFB, and 3 others.  Pinecastle AFB was renamed McCoy AFB in his honor.  Details about the 
crash were classified for five decades, supposedly because they would have revealed defects in the B-47.
Recent information released under FOIA show that the investigation blamed Col McCoy for the crash.
2178 converted to DB-47B
2179 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B 
2180 converted to DB-47B
2181 converted to DB-47B.  Seen on its belly with obvious damage and engines stripped off.
2182 converted to DB-47B
2183 converted to DB-47B
2184 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
2185 converted to DB-47B
2186 flew as YDB-47B with XGAM-63 missiles.
2187 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
2188 converted to DB-47B
2189 converted to YRB-47B, subsequently updated and redesignated DB-47B
2190 converted to DB-47B
2191 converted to DB-47B
51-2192 ... 51-2246
Boeing B-47B-40-BW Stratojet
c/n 450245/450299
2192 (320th BW, 441st BS) crashed on takeoff at March AFB,
CA Mar 2, 1957.  4 on board killed.
2198 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1953 and JB-47B Jan 1956 (to B-47B-II standard).
Relegated to ground instructional airframe by Jun 1962 when redesignated
UB-47B, redesignated GB-47B Oct 1962
2194 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2195 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2199 (321st BW, 46th BS) cashed on takeoff from Loring AFB, ME
Nov 22, 1958.  4 onboard killed.
2204, 2210, 2217, 2224, 2231, 2237, and 2243 completed by Lockheed 
as B-47B-40-LM from components built by Boeing.
2192/2234 to DB-47B
2200 redesignated JB-47B Mar 1956.
2201 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2203 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2205 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2207 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.
Was on display at Lincoln AFB, NE during the early 1960s.  Not
sure where it went after the base closed in 1965.
2208 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2209 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2213 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2214 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2215 converted to WB-47B presumably before becoming DB-47
2216 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2218 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2219 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2221 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2222 redesignated EB-47B Mar 1953 and JB-47B Jan 1956
2223 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2224 converted to DB-47B.  While attached to 359th BS at Davis Monthan AFB, Sep 9, 1953 damaged in
midair collision with KC-97F 51-0314 38 mi NE of Gila Bend, AZ
2226 converted to YRB-47B.  Lost sometime befor mid 1956
2228 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC
2229 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2231 (320th BW) crashed on takeoff from March AFB 10/13/1955.
All crew killed. 
2232 redesignated EB-47B Apr 1953.  Lost sometime before mid 1956.
2233 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II 
2235 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2236 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2238 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2239 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2241 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2242 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2244 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2245 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
51-2247 ... 51-2301
Boeing B-47B-45-BW Stratojet
c/n 450300/450354
2247 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2248 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2249 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2250 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2252 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2253 converted to YRB-47B.  Lost sometime before mid-1956.
2255 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2256 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2258 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2259 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
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 killed.
2262 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Jun 1961.
2264 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2266 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.
Canopy fell off aircraft at 13,000 feet Oct 1, 1952.  No injuries.
2267 (306th BW) stalled at landing and crashed at Upper Heyford, UK Jul 2, 1953
2268 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2270 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2274 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  With 19th BW at Homestead AFB, FL lost Jul 12, 1960
after engine exploded.  Crew survived.
2275 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2279 to EB-47B-46-BW Feb 1953 and to JB-47B Feb 1956
2280 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2281 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2285 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2286 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2288 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2292 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2293 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2295 to MASDC Nov 1960.
2297 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2300 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1953
2301 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
51-2302 ... 51-2356
Boeing B-47B-50-BW Stratojet
c/n 450355/450409
2304 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2307 to MASDC Sept 1960.
2311 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2312 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2313 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II
2315 (c/n 450368) at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, IN.  Observed at Grissom 1996 wearing false serial 20271.
However, 51-2315 was in a major accident prior to 1968.  52-0271 was indeed at Bunker Hill
AFB (later Grissom AFB), and maybe this plane is actually the real 52-0271.  Anyone know more?
The plane now bears the markings 12135 and the sign says that the plane broke its back on a hard landing
at Bunker Hill AFB, which forced its retirement, so it may well be the real 51-2315.
2317 (19th BW, Homestead AFB, FL) overran runway during aborted takeoff Oct 1, 1957.  Crew survived.
2320 to MASDC Sept 1960.
2328 used in 1956 for GAM-67 Crossbow trials, often then incorrectly referred to as YDB-47B.
Redesignated JB-47B Dec 1957 (converted to B-47B-II standard), redesignated NB-47B Mar 1969 but
immediately withdrawn and stored.
2332 (19th BW) collided with 51-2352 during mass refueling Jan 24, 1957.
2337 to MASDC Apr 1961.
2348 to MASDC Jun 1961.
2349 was the plane that jettisoned an H-bomb off the coast of Tybee Island, Georgia in 1958 after a midair
collision.  Plane never flew again.
2350 modified in 1956 to carry 4 GAM-67 Crossbows.  Often then referred to (incorrectly) as YDB-47B.
Redesignated JB-47B ca 1956 (converted to B-47B-II standard)
2352 (19th BW) collided with 51-2332 during mass refueling Jan 24, 1957.
2356 to MASDC Sept 1960.
51-2357 ... 51-2411
Boeing B-47E-55-BW Stratojet
c/n 450410/450464
2358 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
2359 to JB-47E-55-BW
2360 converted to WB-47E. Was on display at New England 
Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.  Now at Heritage Museum, Hill AFB, UT
2362 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 24, 1969
2363 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969
2365 (308th BW) crashed Jun 4, 1959 during emergency landing on long taxiway due to fire.  3 crewmembers killed.
2367 to MASDC
2368 to JB-47E-I-BW
2369 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 29, 1965.
2372 to MASDC
2373 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969
2375 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.
2380 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
2382 crashed during takeoff at Fairford, UK Aug 6, 1954
2383 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC May 1, 1965
2385 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1966
2386 to JB-47E-I-65-BW
2387 converted to WB-47E.  Was on display at Oklahoma City Fair Grounds,
Oklahoma City, OK.  In 2007 moved to Kansas Aviation Museum, Wichita, KS.
2388 to MASDC
2390 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969
2396 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 29, 1965
2397 converted to WB-47E.  Crashed at Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico Dec 5, 1966.
2398 to MASDC
2402 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 12, 1969
2404 to MASDC
2406 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
2408 converted to WB-47E
2411 to MASDC
51-2412 ... 51-2445
Boeing B-47E-60-BW Stratojet
c/n 450465/450498
2412 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
2413 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1969
2414 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Oct 31, 1969
2415 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
2417 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 12, 1969
2418 to MASDC
2419 to MASDC
2420 converted to WB-47E.  While making emergency landing at Lajes AB,
Azores skidded into parking ramp and struck C-97C 50-690 and
lost port inner engine nacelle, starboard outer nacelle and
starboard wingtip Nov 10, 1963.  Fire damaged port inner
wing above lost nacelle.  Crew survived.
2421 (96th Bomb Wing,  Altus AFB OK) suffered engine trouble on training mission and crashed 
on a farm near Hobart, Oklahoma, Nov 6, 1956, killing four crew
2422 to MASDC
2425 (96th BW) crashed on approach to Hickam AFB, Hawaii Apr 7, 1957.  Crew status not noted.
2426 to MASDC
2427 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
2428 to MASDC
2429 to MASDC
2430 to MASDC
2431 to MASDC
2432 to MASDC
2435 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
51-5214 ... 51-5234
Boeing B-47E-60-BW Stratojet
c/n 450499/450519
5219,5220 converted to YDB-47E as Model 450-167-50
with GAM-63 missile.  5220 also used in Bold Orion ALBM program
5216 to MASDC
5217 to MASDC
5218 converted to WB-47E.  TO MASDC Sep 10, 1969
5221 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968
5225 to MASDC
5229 to MASDC
5231 to MASDC
51-5235 ... 51-5257
Boeing B-47E-65-BW Stratojet
c/n 450520/450542
5236 to MASDC
5238 to MASDC
5245 to MASDC
5246 to MASDC
5248 crashed on takeoff at Lincoln AFB Oct 8, 1959.  3 crewmembers and instructor pilot killed.
5250 to MASDC
5251 was used by USN, but by 1987 had been retired and was then at AMARC.
5252 (44th BW) lost control after refueling due to pilot vertigo and crashed near Ouijda, Morocco Jun 10, 1954.
One killed, two ejected.
5255 to MASDC
5256 to MASDC
5257 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
51-5258 ... 51-5264
Boeing RB-47E-1-BW Stratojet
c/n 450543/450549
5258 to NRB-47E
51-5265 ... 51-5270
Boeing RB-47E-5-BW Stratojet
c/n 450550/450555
51-5271 ... 51-5276
Boeing RB-47E-10-BW Stratojet
c/n 450556/450561
5272 was the first Stratojet to be retired to MASDC, which took
place Oct 14, 1957.
51-7019 ... 51-7050
Boeing B-47E-65-BW Stratojet
c/n 450562/459593
7021,7046,7049 to WB-47E
7019 to MASDC
7020 to MASDC
7021 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 7, 1969
7022 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968
7024 to MASDC
7026 to MASDC
7027 (306 BW, 369th BS) crashed into Hillsborough Bay off
MacDill AFB shortly after takeoff due to multiple engine
fires 9/26/1962.  2 crew injured in ejection, one killed.
7028 (306th BS) crashed on landing Mar 18, 1960 after explosion and DC failure.  Crew of 3 escaped.
7030 to MASDC
7032 to MASDC
7033 (22nd BW) exgine exploded over Canada Feb 12, 1955.  3 crewmembers ejected, one killed.
7037 to MASDC
7038 to MASDC
7040 to MASDC
7043 to JB-47E-II-65-BW
7046 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 8, 1969
7047 (30th BW) lost Sep 14, 1960 after colliding with another B-47 in close formation.  Crew lost.  The other B-47
landed safely.
7050 to MASDC
51-7051 ... 51-7064
Boeing B-47E-70-BW Stratojet
c/n 450594/450607
7052 may not be c/n 450595
7058, 7063 to WB-47E
7059 to MASDC
7062 to MASDC
7063 converted to WB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1969
51-7065 ... 51-7083
Boeing B-47E-75-BW Stratojet
c/n 450608/450626
7066 to WB-47E.  Restored to SAC configuration and
now on display at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
7071 on display at Hightower Park, Altus, OK, marked as 520413.  Manufacturer's plate shows
c/n to be 450595, which may mean that the plane is not 51-7071.
7072 to MASDC
7073 (301st BW) stalled on takeoff due to fuel CG malfunction May 31, 1955.  3 crewmembers killed.
7075 to MASDC
7078 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 30, 1968
7080 to MASDC.
7082 (384th BW) collided with F-102 Dec 17, 1959 during practice intercept over Canada.  Two crewmembers
killed, two ejected.  F-102 pilot was killed.
7083 to MASDC
51-15804 ... 51-15810
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-5-LM Stratojet
c/n 1/7
15804 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
15807 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
15808 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
15809 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 11, 1968
15810 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
51-15811 ... 51-15812
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-10-LM Stratojet
c/n 8,9
15811 (380th BW) while over ocean Sep 17, 1957 stalled and lost control.  One survived, 3 killed. 
Serial is somewhat uncertain.
15812 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
51-15813 ... 51-15820
Cancelled contract for Boeing B-47E Stratojet
51-15821 ... 51-15827
Boeing RB-47E-10-BW Stratojet
c/n 450627/450653
51-15828 ... 51-15853
Boeing RB-47E-15-BW Stratojet
c/n 450654/450659
51-17368 ... 51-17386
Boeing B-47E-75-BW Stratojet
c/n 450660/450678
17371 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17373 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17376 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17377 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17378 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17379 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17380 to MASDC.  
17381 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17382 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17383 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17384 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
17385 (68th BW) crashed on GCA final approach at Lake Charles AFB, LA Jul 20, 1954.  One killed, 3 survived.
17386 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
52-019 ... 52-028
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-1-DT Stratojet
c/n 43634/43643
019 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
021 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
023 crashed in UK Feb 8, 1954
024 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
025 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
026 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
027 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
028 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
52-029 ... 52-041
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-5-DT Stratojet
c/n 43644/43656
031,033,034,035,038,041 converted to EB-47L.
029 crashed in Louisiana Jan 5, 1955
030 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
031 converted to EB-47L.   TO MASDC Dec 18, 1964.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969
032 crashed at McDill AFB, FL when it ran off runway during landing.
033 to MASDC.  Declared excess Dec 13, 1968
034 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
035 converted to EB-47L. To MASDC Feb 26, 1965.  Declared excess
Dec 13, 1968
038 converted to EB-47L. To MASDC Mar 26, 1965.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969
039 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
040 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
041 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
52-042 ... 52-058
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-10-DT Stratojet
c/n 43657/43669, 43751/43754
042 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
045 crashed in Louisiana Feb 28, 1955
046 (308th BW) crashed 7 mi NW of North, SC Mar 16, 1955 due to fuel starvation after four missed approaches due to
bad weather.  Crew ejected
047 (306 BW, MacDill AFB Fl) crashed on Sept 27, 1960. Crew ejected
049 (379th BW, Homestead AFB, Fl) caught fire and crashed on 15 Jan 1957. Two crewmembers killed, two survived.
050 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
052 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
054 (307th BWS) brake chute failed and overran runway at Lincoln AFB, NE Jay 24, 1955.  No injuries.
055 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
056 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
057 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
058 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 17, 1967
52-059 ... 52-081
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-15-DT Stratojet
c/n 43755/43777
059,061,066,067,069,071,078,081 converted to EB-47L
059 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965
060 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 9, 1968
061 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964.
062 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
064 to MASDC
065 to MASDC
066 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Nov 30, 1964
067 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1965
068 to MASDC
069 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964
071 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 1, 1965.
074 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
075 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
077 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
078 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964. 
080 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
081 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965
52-082 ... 52-111
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-20-DT Stratojet
c/n 43778/43807
082,086,099,105 converted to EB-47L
082 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 1, 1965
083 crashed in UK Nov 25, 1954.
084 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
086 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1965
089 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
091 to MASDC
094 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
095 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
096 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
097 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
098 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
099 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.
100 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
101 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
103 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
105 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.
106 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
52-112 ... 52-120
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-25-DT Stratojet
c/n 43808/43816
119 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
52-146 ... 52-176
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-25-DT Stratojet
c/n 44000/44030
147 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
148 to MASDC.
149 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
150 to MASDC
151 (22nd BW, March AFB, CA) crashed on landing on 31 Oct 1956. One crewman killed
152 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
153 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
154 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L at MASDC Apr 1, 1965
155 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
156 to MASDC.  
157 to MASDC.
161 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
162 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
163 to MASDC
164 to MASDC
165 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
166 was used by USN and retired to China Lake, CA. It was flown from there to 
Castle AFB Jun 17, 1986; believed to be the last flight of a B-47
Now on display at Castle Air Museum, CA
167 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
168 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
169 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
170 to MASDC
171 collided with KC-135 63-8882 during midair refuelling 410 mi
SSE of Harmon AB, Newfoundland Feb 26, 1965.  Both aircraft lost.
172 to MASDC
173 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
174 to MASDC
175 to MASDC
176 to MASDC
52-177 ... 52-201
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-30-DT Stratojet
c/n 44031/44055
177 to MASDC
178 to MASDC
181 (40th BW, Schilling AFB, KS) aircraft crashed on approach to Biggs AFB, TX on 27 Feb 1958. Crew status unknown
182 to MASDC
183 to MASDC
184 to MASDC
186 (98th BW, Lincoln AFB, NE) crashed on 13 Dec 1957 on landing following the failure of three engines. Crew of three killed
187 to MASDC
188 to MASDC
189 to MASDC
190 to MASDC
191 to MASDC
192 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
193 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
194 to MASDC
195 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
196 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
197 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
198 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
199 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
201 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
52-202 ... 52-207
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-10-LM Stratojet
c/n 10/15
202 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
203 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
204 converted to EB-47L.  TO MASDC Mar 12, 1965.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969.
205 (306 BW, MacDill AFB, FL) crashed into Tampa Bay  on 3 Nov. 1959 after engine explosion. At least one crew member survived.
207 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1967
52-208 ... 52-220
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-15-LM Stratojet
c/n 16/28
211,214,217,220 converted to EB-47L
208 to MASDC
209 to MASDC
211 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 18, 1964.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969
212 to MASDC.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965
214 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 14, 1969
216 to MASDC
220 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Nov 23, 1964.
52-221 ... 52-235
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-20-LM Stratojet
c/n 29/43
221 crashed in Florida Jul 25, 1955
223 to MASDC
224 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Nov 19, 1964
228 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
229 crashed 3 mi WSW of Townsend, GA June 21, 1954.
230 to MASDC.
231 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
233 to MASDC
234 to MASDC
52-236 ... 52-260
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-25-LM Stratojet
c/n 44/68
236 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
238 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
242 crashed on takeoff in French Morocco Jan 31, 1958.
243 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
245 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
248 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
52-261 ... 52-292
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-30-LM Stratojet
c/n 69/100
271 was on display inside of front gate at Bunker Hill AFB.
Plane marked as 52-271 is now at Grissom AFB Air Park, IN.
280 to MASDC Jan 27, 1965
282 crashed in Kansas Aug 18, 1955
285 crashed in Kansas Sep 24, 1954
291 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969
292 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1965.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969
52-293 ... 52-330
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-35-LM Stratojet
c/n 101/138
305 converted to EB-47L
298,303,305,308,309 converted to EB-47L
293 to MASDC Feb 9, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
294 to MASDC Jan 20, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
298 to MASDC Mar 26, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 2, 1965.
303 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 12, 1965
305 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L while at MASDC Apr 1, 1965
308 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 24, 1965.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969
309 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 12, 1965.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969
310 to MASDC Feb 9, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
311 to MASDC Feb 7, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
312 to MASDC Feb 17, 1967
313 to MASDC Jan 18, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
314 to MASDC Jan 19, 1965
315 to MASDC 
316 to MASDC
317 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
318 to MASDC Jan 20, 1965
319 to MASDC Oct 15, 1965
321 (384th BW) crashed in 1964 just NE of Little Rock AFB, killing 4 crew plus 2 small children playing outside in a sandbox.
322 (98th BW, Lincoln AFB, NE) crashed on takeoff from Goose Bay AB, Canada on 25 April 1958. Two killed, one survived
323 to MASDC Apr 1, 1964
324 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
325 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
326 to MASDC Oct 26, 1965. 
327 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
328 to MASDC Oct 7, 1965
329 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
330 to MASDC Apr 22, 1964 
52-331 ... 52-362
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-40-LM Stratojet
c/n 139/170
331 to MASDC Jun 8, 1964
332 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
333 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965.
334 to MASDC Oct 15, 1965
335 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
336 crashed in Japan Oct 21, 1955.
337 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
338 to MASDC
340 to MASDC Jan 24, 1965.
341 to MASDC Oct 19, 1964
342 to MASDC Jul 7, 1964
343 to MASDC Jul 14, 1964
344 to MASDC Jan 18, 1965
345 to MASDC 
346 to MASDC Jan 7, 1965
348 to MASDC Nov 23, 1964
349 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
350 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
351 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
352 to MASDC Dec 15, 1964
353 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
354 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
355 to MASDC Jul 14, 1964
356 to MASDC Feb 3, 1965
357 to MASDC Jul 6, 1964
358 to MASDC Jul 24, 1964
359 to MASDC Nov 16, 1965
360 to MASDC Nov 5, 1965
361 to MASDC
362 to MASDC Jul 17, 1964
52-363 ... 52-393
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-45-LM Stratojet
c/n 171/201
363 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 19, 1967
364 to MASDC Aug 11, 1964
365 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
367 to MASDC Oct 21, 1964
368 to MASDC May 21, 1964
369 destroyed on ground by crashing F-80 44-85234 along with 53-4235 at Lincoln AFB, NE Nov 17, 1956.  Pilot of F-80 and
two ground crew in 52-369 were killed.
370 converted to JB-47E.  To MASDC  Jul 7, 1967.  Converted back
to B-47E at MASDC Sep 17, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 27, 1969
371 to MASDC Aug 5, 1964
372 to MASDC May 13, 1964
373 to MASDC Jul 23, 1964
374 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
375 to MASDC Oct 19, 1965
376 to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
377 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
378 to MASDC
379 to MASDC Dec 16, 1964
381 to MASDC May 26, 1964
382 to MASDC May 20, 1964
385 to MASDC Aug 5, 1964
386 crashed in UK May 1, 1955
387 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
388 missing 50 mi WSW of San Miguel Island, CA Feb 5, 1958.  3 killed.
389 to JB-47E
390 (96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX) On 23 July, 1962 while descending from cruise altitude to low level route, it struck Mt. Emigrant Peak, MT. 
Four crewmembers killed.
391 to MASDC Mar 30, 1964
392 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
393 to MASDC Jan 31, 1963
52-394 ... 52-431
Boeing B-47E-80-BW Stratojet
c/n 450679/450716
394 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 5, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
395 to MASDC May 21, 1964
396 to MASDC Jun 11, 1964
397 crashed during takeoff at Upper Heyford, UK Aug 2, 1955
398 converted to EB-47E. To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
399 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 21, 1964
400 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
401 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1964
402 (376th BW, Lockbourne AFB, OH) stalled, crashed on 23 Oct 1958 during ATO takeoff. Crew of four killed
404 to MASDC Oct 15, 1965
405 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
406 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 11, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
407 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 11, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
408 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
409 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
410 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 11, 1965.  Operated by US Navy as BuNo 24100 until 1977.  Put on
display at Pease AFB, NH.  Pease AFB closed
in 1991 and 410 was disassembled and trucked
to South Dakota Air and Space Museum,
Ellsworth AFB, SD.  A private owner in Ohio has the forward fuselage.
411 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
412 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1965.   Flown by US Navy as BuNo 24120 until 1977.  Now on display 
at Dyess Linear Air Park, Dyess, TX, marked as 24120
413 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
Put on display at Altus, Oklahoma.
414 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jul 30, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
415 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
416 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
417 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 19, 1964.  
418 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
419 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
420 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1965.  
421 crashed in Louisiana Jul 14, 955
422 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
424 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
425 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 2, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
426 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1964. 
427 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 22, 1964. 
428 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 18, 1964. 
429 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
430 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 1, 1965.  
431 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
52-432 ... 52-469
Boeing B-47E-85-BW Stratojet
c/n 450717/450754
432 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
433 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 15, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
434 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
436 to MASDC Apr 2, 1964
437 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 21, 1964. 
438 to MASDC Jul 28, 1964
440 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1964. 
441 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Sep 2, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
442 to MASDC Jul 29, 1964
443 to MASDC Feb 8, 1965
444 to MASDC Jan 28, 1963
445 to MASDC Jan 13, 1965
446 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
447 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
448 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
450 (98th BW, Lincoln AFB, NE) Crashed during instrument approach on 2 May 1956. Crew killed.
452 to MASDC Jun 2, 1964
453 to MASDC Jan 29, 1963
454 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 19, 1965. 
455 to MASDC Jun 2, 1964
456 (98th BW Lincoln AFB, NE) crashed on  5 Apr 1957 landing during crosswind landing of training flight. Crew escaped, 
AC burned and was destroyed.
457 to MASDC May 18, 1964
461 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
463 to MASDC Feb 11, 1965
464 to MASDC Jan 12, 1965
465 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
466 to MASDC Aug 14, 1964
467 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
468 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
469 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jun 9, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
52-470 ... 52-507
Boeing B-47E-90-BW Stratojet
c/n 450755/450792
471 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
473 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
474 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
476 to MASDC May 13, 1964
477 to MASDC Nov 10, 1964
478 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
479 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
480 to MASDC.  Declared exces Jan 28, 1969
481 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
483 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
484 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965
485 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
486 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
487 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
488 to MASDC Jan 7, 1965
489 to MASDC May 26, 1964
490 crashed in French Morocco Mar 15, 1955
492 to MASDC Nov 5, 1965
494 to MASDC Jan 25, 1963
495 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
496 to MASDC
497 to MASDC Jul 24, 1964
498 (40th BW, Schilling AFB, KS) crashed on landing 14 Jan 1960. Two crew killed, two survived
499 to MASDC Jul 21, 1964
500 (308th BW, Hunter AFB, GA) crashed in Georgia Oct 14, 1955 on a go-around after pilot realized he was lined up to
wrong airport.  Crew status unknown.
501 to MASDC Jan 27, 1965
503 to MASDC May 6, 1964
504 to MASDC Nov 23, 1964
506 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
507 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
52-508 ... 52-545
Boeing B-47E-95-BW Stratojet
c/n 450793/4507830
508 to MASDC
510 converted to EB-47L.  To MASDC Mar 5, 1965
512 to MASDC Sep 14, 1964
513 converted to EB-47L.  TO MASDC Dec 18, 1964.  Declared excess
Jan 14, 1969.
514 to JB-47E-86-BW.  To MASDC and converted to B-47E at MASDC
Sep 17, 1968.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969.
517 to MASDC Jul 29, 1964
518 to MASDC Jan 4, 1965
519 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
520 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
522 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
523 to MASDC Nov 9 1964
524 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
527 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965
528 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
529 to MASDC Jan 19, 1965
530 to MASDC Nov 16, 1965
531 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
534 (306th BW, 369th BS) lost enroute from MacDill AFB, FL to Ben Guerir AB, Morocco Mar 10, 1956.  Crew
killed.  Nothing found from the plane or the two nuclear capsules.
535 crashed 6.5 mi E of Tampa, Florida Dec 19, 1955
537 to MASDC Jan 11, 1963
539 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
540 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
541 to MASDC Aug 13, 1964
543 to MASDC 
544 to MASDC May 8, 1964
545 to MASDC Nov 19, 1965
52-546 ... 52-583
Boeing B-47E-100-BW Stratojet
c/n 450831/450868
546 to MASDC Sep 21, 1964
547 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
548 to MASDC Nov 16, 1964
549 to MASDC Jun 15, 1964
550 to MASDC Dec 14, 1964
551 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
552 to MASDC Nov 23, 1964
553 (303rd BW Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ) on 22 Aug 1962 crashed into mountain on low-level route. Crew of three killed
555 to MASDC Apr 24, 1964
556 (340th BW Whiteman, AFB MO) crashed on landing 14 Oct 1960. Discrepancy among AF records whether crew survived
557 to MASDC Jan 26, 1965
558 to MASDC
559 to MASDC Jun 23, 1964
560 to MASDC Apr 15, 1964
564 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
565 (40th BW, Smokey Hill AFB, KS) On 26 June 1956 aircraft crashed on landing due to severe wind condition. Crew killed.
566 (40th BW, Schilling AFB, KS) crashed on training mission due to control problems on 5 Jan 1960. Three killed, one survived.
568 to MASDC May 20, 1964
569 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
570 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
571 to MASDC Aug 11, 1964
572 (40th BW, Smokey Hill AFB, KS) Tire blew on takeoff, 0n 13 July 1956. Aircraft went into overrun area and exploded. 
Four crewmembers killed.
573 to MASDC Dec 16, 1964
574 to MASDC Jan 7, 1965
575 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
577 to MASDC Oct 26, 1965
578 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
579 to MASDC
580 crashed in Kansas Oct 4, 1955
581 to MASDC Jul 22, 1964
582 to MASDC Oct 26, 1965
583 to MASDC Jun 19, 1964
52-584 ... 52-620
Boeing B-47E-105-BW Stratojet
c/n 450869/450905
584 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
585 to MASDC
586 to MASDC Jan 6, 1964
587 to MASDC Jul 28, 1964
588 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
589 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
590 to MASDC Jun 24, 1964
591 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965
592 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
593 to MASDC Jan 6, 1965
594 to MASDC May 11, 1964
595 on display at Little Rock AFB, AR.
596 to MASDC
597 to MASDC
598 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
599 to MASDC Jun 18, 1964
600 to MASDC Jul 13, 1964
601 to MASDC Jul 17, 1964
602 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
603 to MASDC May 6, 1964
604 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
605 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
607 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
608 to MASDC Jan 19, 1965
609 to MASDC Jul 1966.  Dropped from inventory Oct 1967.
610 to MASDC Jun 13, 1964
611 to MASDC Mar 18, 1964
612 to MASDC May 27, 1964
613 to MASDC Jul 6, 1964
614 to MASDC Apr 1, 1964
615 crashed on takeoff at March AFB, CA, Jan 5, 1962.  3 killed.
616 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
617 to MASDC Jun 11, 1964
618 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
620 to MASDC Jan 16, 1963
52-621 ... 52-684
Cancelled contract for B-47E Stratojet
52-685 ... 52-719
Boeing RB-47E-20-BW Stratojet
c/n 450906/450940
701 to MASDC
703 to MASDC
704 to MASDC
705 to MASDC
708 to MASDC
711 to MASDC
712 crashed in Ohio Jul 11, 1955
713 to MASDC
716 (90th SRW) crashed when flew into thunderstorm near Perrin, MO  Apr 13, 1960.  4 killed.
719 to MASDC
52-720 ... 52-754
Boeing RB-47E-25-BW Stratojet
c/n 450941/450975
721 to MASDC
726 crashed Sep 25, 1958.
727 to MASDC
728 to MASDC
729 to MASDC
733 to MASDC
734 to MASDC
742 crashed in Texas Mar 25, 1955
743 to MASDC
745 to MASDC
748 to MASDC
752 to MASDC
753 (90th SRW, Schilling AFB, KS) crashed on landing during training flight 8 Aug, 1957. AC destroyed by post-crash fire. Status of crew unknown.
52-755 ... 52-789
Boeing RB-47E-30-BW Stratojet
c/n 450976/4501010
755 to MASDC 
759 to MASDC
761 (70th SRW, Little Rock AFB, AR) stalled and crashed during refueling on 1 May 1957. Three ejected, one crewmember killed
767 to MASDC
768 to MASDC
770 (90th SRW, Forbes AFB, KS) crashed in Kansas Oct 29, 1954 in high speed spiral.  Two killed, one ejected
771 to MASDC
772 to MASDC
773 to MASDC
775 to MASDC
776 to MASDC
779 to MASDC
783 to MASDC
784 to MASDC
785 crashed in Ohio Nov 30, 1955.
787 to MASDC
789 to MASDC
52-790 ... 52-825
Boeing RB-47E-35-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501011/4501046
790 to MASDC
793 to MASDC
795 to MASDC
797 to MASDC
799 to MASDC
800 to MASDC
801 to MASDC
802 to MASDC
803 to MASDC
804 to MASDC
805 to MASDC
808 to MASDC
810 to MASDC
811 to MASDC
812 to MASDC
813 to MASDC
814 (3970th CSG) slid off runway at Torrejon AB, Spain on 27 Jan 1960. Crew uninjured. No word on whether ac was repaired
815 to MASDC
819 to MASDC
821 to MASDC
824 (70th SRW, Little Rock AFB, AR) crashed in a spin on training flight on 29 Oct 1958. Two killed, two ejected
825 to MASDC
52-1406 ... 52-1417
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-35-DT Stratojet
c/n 44090/44101
1406 to MASDC May 13, 1964
1412 on display at SAC Museum, Omaha, NE.
1413 to MASDC Apr 15, 1964
1414 (384th BW, 545th BS) overstressed and broke up in flight over Little Rock, AK Mar 31, 1960.
One crew thrown clear and survived, other three crew killed, plus two civilians on the ground.
1416 to MASDC Apr 10, 1964
1417 to MASDC Jun 2, 1964
52-3343 ... 52-3373
Lockheed B-47E-50-LM Stratojet
c/n 202/232
3343 to MASDC Jan 21, 1965
3345 to MASDC Jun 24, 1964
3346 to MASDC Jan 28, 1965
3347 to MASDC Jan 15, 1963
3348 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965
3349 to MASDC Jun 29, 1964
3351 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
3353 to MASDC
3354 to MASDC
3355 to MASDC
3357 to MASDC
3358 to MASDC
3359 to MASDC
3360 (301st BW Barksdale AFB, LA) crashed on 30 Nov 1956 due to aileron hydraulic system failure.  One crewman survived, two were killed
3362 to MASDC Jan 24, 1963
3365 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
3370 to MASDC Jun 17, 1964
3371 crashed at Little Rock, Arkansas Feb 3, 1959. All 3 crewmembers killed.
3373 to MASDC Mar 19, 1963
52-3374 ... 52-3400
Boeing RB-47E-40-BW Stratojet
c/n 451047/451073
3374 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3376 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3377 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3378 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3379 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3380 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3381 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3382 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3384 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3385 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3386 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3387 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3388 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3390 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3392 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3394 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3397 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3398 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3399 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
3400 to MASDC.  Declared excess Sep 16, 1968
53-1819 ... 53-1849
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-55-LM Stratojet
c/n 233/263
1819 to MASDC Jun 29, 1964
1820 to MASDC Jan 26, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1821 to MASDC Jan 14, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1822 to MASDC Dec 7, 1964
1823 to MASDC Aug 7, 1964
1824 to MASDC
1825 to MASDC Feb 11,1966.  Crashed Jun 23, 1966.
1826 to MASDC
1827 to MASDC Aug 7, 1964
1828 to MASDC 
1829 to MASDC Jun 4, 1964
1830 to MASDC 
1833 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
1834 to MASDC Jun 4, 1964
1835 to MASDC
1836 to MASDC
1837 to MASDC
1838 to MASDC Apr 24, 1964
1839 to MASDC Aug 10, 1964
1840 to MASDC 
1841 to MASDC
1842 to MASDC
1843 to MASDC
1844 to MASDC Feb 1, 1963
1845 to MASDC Dec 1, 1964
1846 to MASDC Mar 18, 1964
1848 to MASDC Jan 14, 1963
1849 to MASDC Aug 3, 1964
53-1850 ... 53-1880
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-60-LM Stratojet
c/n 264/294
1850 to MASDC 
1851 to MASDC Mar 26, 1964
1852 to MASDC Aug 10, 1964
1853 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
1855 to MASDC 
1856 to MASDC
1860 to MASDC Jan 30, 1963
1861 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
1862 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1863 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1864 to MASDC Dec 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1865 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965
1866 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965
1867 to MASDC Mar 2, 1965
1869 to MASDC Nov 15, 1965
1870 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965
1871 to MASDC Nov 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1872 to MASDC Jan 26, 1965
1873 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1874 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
1875 to MASDC Oct 12, 1965
1876 accidentally released a nuclear weapon while flying over
South Carolina Mar 11, 1958.  The high explosive trigger 
blew up on contact with the ground, leaving a 50-foot wide
crater.  A nearby house was damaged, and 5 people on the 
ground were slightly injured.  To MASDC Oct 19, 1965
1877 to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
1878 to MASDC Oct 12, 1965
1879 to MASDC Oct 19, 1965
1880 to MASDC Nov 4, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
53-1881 ... 53-1911
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-65-LM Stratojet
c/n 295/325
1881 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965.  
1882 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
1883 to MASDC Dec 15, 1964
1884 to MASDC Jun 11, 1965
1885 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
1886 (301st BW) crashed on takeoff Nov 8, 1960. Crew killed.  Serial is uncertain.
1887 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1888 to MASDC Nov 15, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1889 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1890 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965.
1891 (44th BW) destroyed in ground accident at Chennault AFB, LA Nov 26, 1958.  The JATO rack accidentally fired
and aircraft moved across the ramp damaging two or three other B-47s.  Aircraft was destroyed and
one person on the ground was killed.  A single nuclear weapon was destroyed.
1892 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1893 to MASDC Nov 30, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1894 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
1895 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965
1896 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
1897 to MASDC Mar 18, 1965
1898 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1899 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1900 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1901 to MASDC
1902 to MASDC Mar 2, 1965
1903 to MASDC Nov 15, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1904 to MASDC Nov 30, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1906 to MASDC Feb 18, 1965
1907 to MASDC Dec 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1908 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
1909 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
1910 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
1911 to MASDC Mar 9, 1965
53-1912 ... 53-1942
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-70-LM Stratojet
c/n 326/356
1912 to MASDC Apr 29, 1965
1913 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
1914 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1915 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1965. 
1916 to MASDC Nov 4, 1965
1917 to MASDC Feb 18, 1965
1919 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
1921 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1922 to MASDC Nov 30, 1965
1923 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1924 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1925 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
1926 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1927 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1928 to MASDC Nov 2, 1965
1929 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 7, 1965. 
1930 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1931 (2nd BW) crashed during GCA at Loring AFB, ME Jun 11, 1958.  4 crew killed.
1932 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
1934 to MASDC Oct 19, 1965
1935 to MASDC Mar 8, 1965
1937 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1938 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1969
1939 to MASDC Jan 26, 1965.
1940 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 1, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1941 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
1942 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
53-1943 ... 53-1972
Lockheed-Marietta B-47E-55-LM Stratojet
c/n 357/386
1943 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1945 to MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1946 to MASDC
1947 to MASDC Dec 1, 1965
1948 to MASDC Dec 10, 1965
1949 to MASDC Nov 18, 1965
1950 to MASDC Nov 18, 1965
1951 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
1952 to MASDC Nov 15, 1965
1953 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1954 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
1955 to MASDC Dec 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1956 to MASDC Mar 25, 1965
1957 to MASDC
1958 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
1959 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1960 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1961 to MASDC Nov 30, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1962 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1963 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 19, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1964 to MASDC Dec 2, 1964
1965 to MASDC Dec 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1966 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 28, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1967 to MASDC Nov 10, 1965
1968 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1969 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 5, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
1970 to MASDC Dec 9, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1971 to MASDC as 1B0006.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
1972 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
53-1973 ... 53-2027
cancelled contract for B-47E
53-2028 ... 53-2040
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-35-DT Stratojet
c/n 44149/44161
2028 to MASDC Jan 21, 1965
2030 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
2031 to MASDC May 5, 1964
2032 to MASDC Nov 16, 1965
2033 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965
2034 to MASDC Mar 26, 1964
2036 to MASDC Aug 11, 1964
2039 to MASDC 
2040 to MASDC May 5, 1964
53-2041 ... 53-2089
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-DT Stratojet - all cancelled
53-2090 ... 53-2103
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-40-DT Stratojet
c/n 44436/44449
2090 to MASDC Jun 10, 1964
2091 (43rd BW) lost control while entering bad weather May 24, 1957.  Crew survived according to one source, one killed
according to another.
2092 to MASDC
2095 to MASDC Aug 11, 1964
2096 to MASDC May 27, 1964
2098 to MASDC Jun 8, 1964
2099 to MASDC Jan 14, 1965
2100 to MASDC May 22, 1964
2101 to MASDC Apr 16, 1964
2102 to MASDC May 13, 1964
2103 to MASDC Jan 8, 1965
53-2104 ... 53-2117
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-45-DT Stratojet
c/n 44450/44463
2104 used as NB-47E TF34 engine testbed.  Now on display at Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society,
Pueblo, CO.  Carries civilian ID of N1045Y, which was a ferry registration used for its
last flight from MASDC to Pueblo Memoria AP Jul 12, 1979.
2110 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
2111 (307th BW) crashed on night takeoff at Lincoln AFB, NE Jun 18, 196.  3 killed, one ejected safely.
2112 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965
2113 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
2114 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
2115 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
2116 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
2117 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
53-2118 ... 53-2131
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-50-DT Stratojet
c/n 44464/44477
2118 to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  
2120 to MASDC Dec 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
2121 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 1, 1965. 
2122 to MASDC Nov 3, 1965.
2123 to MASDC Oct 8, 1965
2124 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1964. 
2125 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
2126 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
2127 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 1, 1965. 
2128 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1964. 
2130 to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
2131 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 10, 1964. 
53-2132 ... 53-2144
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-55-DT Stratojet
c/n 44478/44490
2132 to MASDC Jan 1, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 29, 1969
2134 ('City of Lincoln') crashed Feb 5, 1963 while landing at Greenham Common.  Plane was
basically intact but the copilot elected to eject at almost ground level and was killed.
Other 3 crewmembers survived.  Plane scrapped in 1964.
2135 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1964.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
2137 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1964.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
2138 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1965. 
2139 to MASDC Mar 5, 1965
2140 to MASDC Mar 9, 1965
2141 to MASDC Nov 3, 1965
2142 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
2143 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969.
2144 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
53-2145 ... 53-2157
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-60-DT Stratojet
c/n 44491/44503
2145 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2146 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2147 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
2148 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965
2149 to MASDC Nov 22, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2150 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
2151 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2152 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965.
2153 to MASDC
2154 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
2155 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965
2156 to MASDC
2157 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
53-2158 ... 53-2170
Douglas-Tulsa B-47E-65-DT Stratojet
c/n 44504/44516
2158 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
2159 to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2161 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2162 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2163 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
2164 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
2165 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2166 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2167 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2168 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1965.
2169 (40th BW) engine fell off during low level run Feb 24, 1961. Crew killed. 
2170 to MASDC Nov 3, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
53-2171 ... 53-2260
Boeing B-47E-BW Stratojet - all cancelled
53-2261 ... 53-2296
Boeing B-47E-110-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501074/4501109
2261 to MASDC Jan 8, 1965
2262 to MASDC Apr 29, 1964
2263 to MASDC Apr 15, 1964
2264 to MASDC May 27, 1964
2268 to MASDC Jan 24, 1963
2269 to MASDC Jul 29, 1964
2271 to MASDC Jan 29, 1965
2272 to MASDC Jan 25, 1963
2273 to MASDC Jan 29, 1965
2274 to MASDC Jan 28, 1963
2275 (c/n 4501088) "Betty-Boop" on display at March Field Museum, CA.  It was
used by the USN and retired to China Lake, CA, from where it was moved to March
Field sometime after 1986.
2276 to MASDC.  Now on display at 8th Air Force Museum, Barksdale AFB, LA
2278 to MASDC
2280 used as testbed at WPAFB 1967-69 as JB-47E-111-BW.  First USAF aircraft to have a fly-by-wire
control system.  Was on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH but pulled from display in 2003.  Will be
sent to National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Was originally
slated to bo to MAPS in Akron, Ohio, but they didn't have room for it and could not afford to move it there.
2281 to YB-47J
2286 retired Feb 11, 1966 from Pease AFB, NH.
2287 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
2290 to MASDC Aug 3, 1964
2292 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
2293 to MASDC Nov 5, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2294 to MASDC Oct 21, 1965
2296 (509th BW) crashed on landing at Upper Heyford, UK May 26, 1964.  1 killed, 3 survived.
53-2297 ... 53-2331
Boeing B-47E-115-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501110/4501144
2297 to MASDC
2298 to MASDC Nov 9, 1965
2299 to MASDC Nov 16, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2301 (2nd BW) landed short Oct 10, 1956.  Crew survived.
2302 to MASDC
2306 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2307 to MASDC Apr 23, 1964
2308 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2310 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2311 to MASDC Jul 23, 1964
2312 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2313 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965
2314 to MASDC Apr 1, 1964.
2315 converted to EB-47E(TT) 1958-1961. Used for telemetry reconnaissance in support of 
foreign ICBM recon.   Stored at MASDC Nov 1967, Scrapped Jan 1969.
2316 converted to EB-47E(TT) 1958-1961. Used for telemetry reconnaissance in support of 
foreign ICBM recon.   Stored at MASDC Nov 1967, Scrapped Jan 1969.
2317 to MASDC Jun 29, 1964.
2318 to MASDC Jan 29, 1965.
2320 converted to EB-47E(TT) 1958-1961. Used for telemetry reconnaissance in support of 
foreign ICBM recon.  Crashed on landing at Incirlik AB, Turkey Apr 3, 1965, killing
2 of the crew.
2322 to MASDC Jan 29, 1965
2323 to MASDC
2324 to MASDC Jun 15, 1964
2325 to MASDC May 22, 1964
2327 to MASDC May 19, 1964
2329 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Mar 25, 1965.  Converted to EB-47L at MASDC
Apr 22, 1965.  Declared excees Jan 14, 1969.
2330 to MASDC
2331 (40th Organizational Maintenance Squadron, 40th BW) crashed May 2, 1961 during low-level
bomb run over Ironwood, MI.  2 crew ejected safely, 2 crew killed.  Crew suffered from spatial
disorientation while climbing through clouds.
53-2332 ... 53-2367
Boeing B-47E-120-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501145/4501180
2345,2346 to DB-47E
2332 to MASDC Jan 2, 1963
2333 to MASDC
2336 to MASDC Jan 2, 1963
2336 to MASDC May 13, 1964
2337 to MASDC Jun 8, 1964
2338 to MASDC Jul 6, 1964
2339 to MASDC Jun 17, 1964
2340 to MASDC
2341 to MASDC Jun 2, 1964
2342 to MASDC Jul 15, 1964
2343 to MASDC May 14, 1964
2344 to MASDC
2348 to MASDC Jun 22, 1964
2349 to MASDC May 12, 1964
2350 to MASDC Feb 27, 1964
2351 to MASDC Feb 16, 1965
2352 to MASDC
2353 to MASDC May 19, 1964
2354 to MASDC
2355 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2356 to MASDC Feb 15, 1965
2357 to MASDC Nov 6, 1964
2358 to MASDC Feb 16, 1965
2359 to MASDC Jan 17, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2360 to MASDC Jan 19, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2361 to MASDC Dec 18, 1964
2362 to MASDC Nov 29, 1965
2363 destroyed after fire and subsequent explosion while preparing for takeoff at 
Lincoln AFB Jun 3, 1964.   Crew of 3 escaped through belly hatch.
2364 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
2366 (307th BW) crashed on takeoff from Lincoln AFB, NE Jul 27, 1964.
All 4 onboard killed.
2367 to MASDC Feb 11, 1966.  Returned to service Apr 13, 1966. Crashed
Jun 23, 1966.
53-2368 ... 53-2402
Boeing B-47E-125-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501181/4501215
2368 to MASDC Dec 2, 1964
2369 to MASDC Nov 3, 1965
2370 to MASDC Jan 25, 1966
2371 to MASDC Feb 24, 1965
2372 to MASDC Feb 24, 1965
2373 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
2374 to MASDC Feb 25, 1965
2375 to MASDC Feb 2, 1966
2376 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
2377 to MASDC Jan 27, 1966
2378 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965
2379 to MASDC Nov 22,1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2380 to MASDC Jan 5, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2381 to MASDC Nov 17, 1965.
2382 to MASDC Jan 19, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2383 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1969
2384 to MASDC Jan 3, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2385 on display at Plattsburgh International Trade Park, the former Plattsburgh AFB, NY
2386 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
2387 to MASDC Mar 4, 1965
2388 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1964. 
2389 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2390 to MASDC Nov 1, 1965.
2391 to MASDC Feb 8, 1966.  Returned to service Apr 13, 1966.
Crashed Jun 23, 1966
2392 to MASDC Feb 18, 1965.
2393 to MASDC Nov 8, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2394 to MASDC Dec 6, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2396 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
2397 to MASDC Dec 7, 1965
2399 to MASDC Nov 23, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2400 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965.
2401 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 4, 1964. 
2402 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 25, 1964.
53-2403 ... 53-2417
Boeing B-47E-130-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501216/4501230
2403 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 23, 1964. 
2404 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 4, 1964.
2405 to MASDC Dec 10, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2406 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 28, 1964. 
2407 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1964. 
2408 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 4, 1964. 
2409 to MASDC.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2410 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 28, 1964.
2411 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 15, 1964. 
2412 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 11, 1964. 
2413 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 25, 1964. 
2414 to MASDC Dec 6, 1965.  Declared excess Jan 30, 1969
2415 to MASDC Dec 2, 1965
2416 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965
2417 to MASDC Mar 3, 1965
53-4207 ... 53-4244
Boeing B-47E-130-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501231/4501268
some converted to ETB-47E and EB-47L
4207 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 25, 1964.
4209 exploded in midair near Ceresco, NE after takeoff from Lincoln AFB Apr 6, 1956.  4 killed.
4210 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 30, 1964.
4211 to MASDC Jan 7, 1966
4213 on display at Wichita, KS airport 1965-1988.  Moved to McConnell AFB, KS in 1988.
4214 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 11, 1964.  
4215 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 28, 1964. 
4216 to MASDC Oct 23, 1965
4217 to MASDC Mar 5, 1965
4218 (307th BW, Lincoln AFB, NE) was low on fuel and landed on a runway where there was construction going on and
the aft main gear was ripped off at Des Moines, IA airport Jul 19, 1962.  No injuries.
4219 to MASDC Feb 26, 1965
4220 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 15, 1964.  
4221 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC May 11, 1964. 
4222 to MASDC Mar 5, 1965
4223 to MASDC Mar 9, 1965
4224 to MASDC Mar 8, 1965
4225 to MASDC Dec 13, 1965
4227 to MASDC Dec 17, 1964
4228 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
4229 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Apr 30, 1964. 
4230 (307th BW) crashed during touch and gos at Lakenheath, UK Jul 28, 1956.  4 killed.
4231 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
4232 to MASDC Jan 5, 1966
4233 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
4235 (307th BW) destroyed on ground by crashing F-80 along with 52-369 at Lincoln AFB, NE Nov 17, 1956.
Two crew injured in this plane.
4236 to MASDC Mar 2, 1965
4237 to MASDC Jan 13, 1966
4238 to MASDC 
4239 to MASDC Jan 11, 1966
4240 to MASDC Oct 25, 1965
4241 to MASDC Jan 25, 1966
4242 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1964. 
4243 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966
4244 (100th BW) stalled and crashed on takeoff Jan 4, 1961.  Crew of 4 killed.
53-4245 ... 53-4264
Boeing RB-47E-45-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501269/4501288
some converted to QB-47E.
4245,4246 converted to DB-47E.
4248 converted to drone
4250 to JQB-47E
4253 converted to drone
4256,4262 converted to JQB-47E
4256 converted to QB-47E drone.  To MASDC Aug 20, 1968
4261 to NRB-47E
4263 converted to QB-47E drone.  To MASDC Aug 22, 1968
4257 at Tinker AFB Air Park, OK.
53-4265 ... 53-4279
Boeing RB-47K-1-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501289/4501303
4265 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4266 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4267 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4268 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4269 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4271 to MASDC May 6, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4273 to MASDC May 6, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4274 to MASDC May 12, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4275 to MASDC May 6, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4276 to MASDC May 12, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 2, 1968
4277 to MASDC May 13, 1964.  
4278 to MASDC May 13, 1964.
4279 (55th SRW) crashed on takeoff due to engine failure Sep 27, 1962.  Four crewmembers killed.
53-4280 ... 53-4309
Boeing RB-47H-1-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501304/4501333
4281 shot down Jul 1, 1960 by MiG-19 over White Sea near Kola Peninsula, USSR.  2 killed, 2 
taken prisoner.
4282 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4283 (55th SRW) crashed on takeoff at Ellsworth AFB, SD Feb 10, 1957.  Crew killed.
4284 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4285 to MASDC Jul 14, 1965
4286 to MASDC Sep 15, 1965
4287 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4288 to MASDC Jul 21, 1965.
4289 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4290 (343rd SS, 55th SRW) attacked by North Korean fighters Apr 28, 1965 80 miles off Wonsan Harbor, North Korea.  Heavily damaged, but
was able to return to base and all 6 crew OK.  Return fire from tail cannon may have shot down one of the
North Korean fighters.  The RB-47 was so severely damaged that it had to be scrapped.
4291 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4292 to MASDC Oct 20, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4293 to MASDC Oct 6, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968.
4294 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4295 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4296 (c/n 4501320) retired to storage Dec 29, 1967, last USAF B-47 to serve. Now at
USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB. FL.  At one stage, it had its nose modified
to test F-111 radar.   In 1978 was preserved at US Coast Guard Station, Los Angeles 
4297 (55th SRW, 343rd SRS) crashed Nov 12, 1962 off end of runway at
MacDill AFB.  All crew killed.
4298 to MASDC Aug 11, 1965.
4299 moved in fall of 1998 from Salinas, KS to USAF Museum, Dayton, OH and
underwent restoration.  Noted on display in Eugene Kettering Hall at USAFM May 2003.
4300 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4301 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4302 to MASDC.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4304 was used by USN, but by 1987 had been retired and was then at AMARC.
4305 to MASDC Oct 13, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4306 to MASDC Aug 25, 1965.
4307 to MASDC Jul 6, 1965.
4308 to MASDC Feb 3, 1966.  Declared excess Oct 28, 1968
4309 (5th SRW) crashed on approach Apr 29, 1960 due to attitude indicator failure and spatial disorentiation.
Crew killed.
53-4310 ... 53-4321
Boeing RB-47H Stratojet
Contract cancelled.  Were c/n 4501334/4501345.  Later built as
B-47E 53-6193 and 6194.
53-6193 ... 53-6244
Boeing B-47E-135-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501334/4501385
Some converted to ETB-47E and EB-47L
6193 to MASDC Jan 27, 1966
6194 to MASDC Jan 13, 1966
6195 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966
6196 to MASDC Feb 2, 1966.  Returned to service.  To MASDC as 1B005 Nov 29, 1975
6197 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
6199 to MASDC Jan 7, 1966
6200 to MASDC Jan 25, 1966
6201 to MASDC Oct 14, 1965
6202 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966.
6203 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
6204 (98th BW) a B-47 taking off jettisoned both fuel tanks and one of them hit this plane at
RAF Greenham Common, UK FEb 18, 1958.  2 ground crew killed and two injured.
6205 to MASDC Jan 21, 1966
6207 to MASDC Feb 4, 1966
6208 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966
6209 to MASDC Jan 27, 1966
6211 (310th SW) broke up from overstressing after two engines explodes and wing fire Jul 6, 1962.
One crew member survived, two killed.
6212 to MASDC Jan 13, 1966
6213 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
6214 to MASDC Jan 31, 1966
6215 (310th BW) crashed on takeoff at Goose Bay May 5, 1959.
6216 to MASDC Jan 25, 1966
6217 to MASDC Jan 11, 1966
6218 to MASDC Jan 19, 1966
6219 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965
6220 to MASDC Feb 4, 1966
6221 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
6222 to MASDC Oct 18, 1965
6223 to MASDC Jan 4, 1966
6224 to MASDC Dec 8, 1965
6225 to MASDC Jan 7, 1966
6226 to MASDC Jan 11, 1966
6228 to MASDC Oct 28, 1965
6229 crashed Oct 1957.
6230 (340th BW) destroyed by ground fire during refuelling 15 May 1962, Whiteman
AFB, MO, 4 firemen killed, 18 injured.
6231 to MASDC Nov 28, 1965
6232 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
6233 to MASDC Jan 21, 1966
6234 converted to EB-47E.  To MASDC Feb 25, 1965.
6235 retired from Mountain Home AFB, Idaho and to MASDC Feb 11, 1966
6236 to MASDC Mar 8, 1965
6237 to MASDC Feb 10, 1966.  Returned to service May 5, 1966.
Crashed Jun 23, 1966
6238 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
6239 to MASDC Oct 11, 1965
6241 to MASDC Jan 7, 1966
6242 to MASDC Feb 24, 1965
6243 to MASDC Oct 29, 1965
6244 was last production B-47E and went to 40th BW at Schilling AFB, KS.  Put on display at Air Force Museum at Patterson Field in 1965, and stayed there until the present
museum was built at Wright Field in 1971.  Rather than disassemble 6244, JB-47E 2280 (a
flight test aircraft) was put on display at Wright Field since it could be flown to the new
museum site.  6244 was given to the Fire Department for use in training and was eventually
destroyed.
53-6245 ... 53-6249
Boeing RB-47H-1-BW Stratojet
c/n 4501386/450-1390
6245, 6246, and 6249 converted to ERB-47H.
6247 to MASDC Oct 27, 1965.
6248 (c/n 4501389) crashed on takeoff at Kindley Field Oct 27, 1962. 4 onboard killed.
53-6250 ... 53-6531
Cancelled contract for B-47
56-1430 ... 56-1518
Convair F-102A-80-CO Delta Dagger
1434,1460,1466,1474,1480,1487,1489,1496,
1509,1512 converted to PQM-102A.
1443,1475 converted to QF-102A.
1430,1433,1439,1446,1447,1449,1453,1456,1457,
1464,1471,1472,1476,1478,1488,1490,1494,1495,
1497 converted to PQM-102B.
1430 to MASDC as FJ274 Jun 5, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1431 to MASDC Nov 24, 1969.  Fuselage spotted at Area R, China Lake, California Sep 2007.
1432 to MASDC as FJ218 May 26, 1971
1433 to MASDC as FJ095 Jan 24, 1970
1434 converted to PQM-102A.   Landing gear collapsed on piloted landing
at Crestview, FL Jan 30, 1976.  Aircraft suffered major damage, but
pilot was OK.  Aircraft never flew again, and was trucked to Eglin AFB,
then dumped on scrap heap.
1435 (18th FIS) crashed Mar 2, 1959
1436 (509th FIS, 405th FIW) seen burned out in 1970.
1438 to MASDC as FJ127 May 8, 1970
1439 to MASDC as FJ200 May 18, 1971
1441 (Texas ANG) Crashed May 31, 1963
1445 (18th FIS) crashed near Murtsmith AFB, MI Mar 10, 1958
1446 to MASDC as FJ289 Jun 27, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A
1447 to MASDC as FJ292 Jul 5, 1974
1448 to MASDC as FJ093 Jan 21, 1970
1449 to MASDC as FJ186 Apr 15, 1971
1452 (59th FIS) crashed Aug 15, 1960
1453 to MASDC as FJ336 Oct 2,1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1454 (76th FIS) crshed May 3, 1962
1455 to MASDC as FJ194 May 13, 1971.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Jun 23, 1999
1456 to MASDC as FJ193 May 12, 1971
1457 to MASDC as FJ269 May 1, 1974.
1458 (460th FIS) crashed Nov 20, 1964
1462 to MASDC as FJ167 Jan 8, 1971
1464 to MASDC as FJ222 Jun 3, 1971
1465 to MASDC 
1468 (438th FIS) crashed Jun 5, 1959
1471 to MASDC as FJ267 Apr 3, 1974
1472 to MASDC as FJ323 Sep 10, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1473 (438th FIS) in midair collision with B-47 near Calstock, Ontario Dec 17, 1959.  Pilot killed, 2 of 4 crew of
B-47 killed.
1475 to MASDC as FJ225 Jun 11, 1971
1476 to MASDC as FJ344 Oct 24, 1974.  Converted to QF-102A, later to PQM-102B
1477 (59th FIS) lost Dec 13, 1962, Goose Bay, Labrador.
1478 to MASDC as FJ180 Apr 1, 1971
1479 (37th FIS) crashed Sep 11, 1959
1481 (Texas ANG) crashed Aug 21, 1968.  Pilot attempted ejection but was killed.
1482 to MASDC Feb 24, 1970.  Seen in scrapyard at Socorro, NM late 1980s.
1483 to MASDC as FJ192 May 12, 1971
1484 (438th FIS) crashed Mar 14, 1959
1485 to MASDC Nov 16, 1969
1486 to MASDC as FJ114 Apr 9, 1970
1488 to MASDC as FJ178 Apr 1, 1971
1490 to MASDC as FJ199 May 17, 1971
1492 shot down by mistake by F-106 57-2458 Jul 7, 1965 26 NM from Tyndall AFB, FL.
Pilot parachuted into Gulf of Mexico and was rescued. 
1494 to MASDC as FJ257 Mar 13, 1974
1495 to MASDC as JF179 Apr 1, 1971
1497 to MASDC as FJ190 Apr 27, 1971
1498 (438 FIS) crashed Nov 10, 1958. 
1500 (64th FIS) crashed Apr 26, 1962
1501 to MASDC Nov 16, 1969 
1502 at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, ND.
1503 to MASDC as FJ152 Jul 10, 1970
1505 was at DULUTH IAP (MN).  Seen 2005 at Minot AFB, ND.
1508 (Texas ANG) crashed Feb 23, 1963
1511 (37th FIS) crashed Sep 29, 1959
1514 to MASDC as FJ076 Jan 6, 1970
1515 to MASDC as FJ216 May 26, 1971.  Back to AMARC as FJ0384 Apr 9, 1998.  
To McChord AFB to be used with another F-102 to create
a single aircraft for display.
1517 (157th FIS/SC ANG) collided with C-130 64-0558 during night training mission Dec 5, 1972.
All 12 occupants killed.
1518 to MASDC as FJ044 Nov 24, 1969
61-0261 ... 61-0325
Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
c/n 18168/18232.  C/ns 18162/18226 are also quoted, but the Boeing
production list gives 18162/18167 as being commercial Boeing 720s
0282,0310,0316 converted to VC-135A
0261,0263,0269,0279,0281,0283,0302 converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control 
system aircraft.
0268,0270,0271,0280,0281,0303 converted to KC-135E.
0264,0266,0267,0272,0275/0277,0284,0288,0290,0292/0295,0289/0300,0302,0304/0315,0317,
0318,0320,0321,0323,0324 converted to KC-135R
0261 (c/n 18168) converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control system aircraft.  
To AMARC May 29, 1992 as CA0020.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0262 (c/n 18169) named "Rollin' Thunder" with 28th BW in May 1989.  Converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  
At South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB.
0263 (c/n 18170) converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control system aircraft.  
To AMARC May 5, 1992 as CA0015.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0265 (c/n 18172) engines 3 and 4 sheared off in turbulence and aircraft crashed 
on takeoff Jan 4, 1965, Loring AFB.  4 killed.
0268 (c/n 18175) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0183 Mar 18, 2008
0269 (c/n 18176, EC-135L) at Grissom Museum, Bunker Hill, IN.
0270 (c/n 18177) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC Sep 17, 2008.
0271 (c/n 18178) converted to KC-135E. To AMARC as CA0160 May 21, 2007.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0273 (c/n 18180) collided with B-52 58-0256 loaded with nuclear weapons during
refuelling over Palomares, Spain Jan 17, 1966.
0274 (c/n 18181) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  Later to EC-135P.  
To AMARC as CA0010 Feb 27, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0277 named "Bear Hunter" with 349th ARW in May 1989.
0278 (c/n 18185) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  To AMARC Sep 18, 1992 as CA0048.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0279 (c/n 18186) converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control system aircraft.  
To AMARC as CA0018 May 22, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0281 (c/n 18188) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Phoenix Suns" with 197th ARS, Arizona ANG in 1992.  To 
AMARC as CA0243 Aug 25, 2009.
0282 (c/n 18189) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  Later converted to GEC-135H ground instructional trainer.
Noted Mar 10, 2004 as ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.
0283 (c/n 18190) converted to EC-135L post-attack command and control system aircraft.  
To AMARC as CA0016 May 6, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0285 (c/n 18192) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  To AMARC Mar 9, 1992 as CA0012.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0286 (c/n 18193) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  Later
converted to GEC-135H ground instructional trainer.  Scrapped Oct/Nov 2000.  Named "Dark Angel" with 10th
Airborne command and Control Squadron (ACCS) in 1987.
0287 (c/n 18194) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  Now is gate guard at Offutt AFB, NB.
0289 (c/n 18196) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  To AMARC Jun 8, 1992 as CA0022.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0291 (c/n 18198) converted to EC-135H airborne command post.  To AMARC May 30, 1990 as CA0007.
0293 (c/n 18200) converted to EC-135A radio relay link aircraft.  Stationed
at Grisson AFB during late 1980s as a KC-135R.  It was the first
to be converted to an R.
0296 (c/n 18203) struck high terrain near Alpena, MI after cabin pressurization
problem Sept 26, 1976.  15 of 20 onboard killed.  (ASN)
0297 (c/n 18204) converted to EC-135A.  To AMARC Jun 2, 1992 as CA0021.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0301 (c/n 18208) hit ground during night approach over mountainous terrain
47 miles from Ching Chuan Kang AB, Taiwan Oct 22, 1968.
0303 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0204 May 13, 2008
0312 converted to KC-135R.  Named "Holy Terror" with 100 ARW in 1997.  Retired to AMARC Feb 21, 2013, 
first KC-135R to be retired.
0313 converted to KC-135R.  Named "100 Proof" with 100th Air Refueling Wing in 1995.
0315 converted to KC-135R
0316 (c/n 18223) burned out at Cairo International Aiport, Egypt during ground refuelling Mar 19, 1985.
0319 (c/n 18226) lost Aug 28, 1963, North Atlantic in possible midair collision
with 61-322 after refuelling B-47s.  6 on board, no survivors.
0320 (c/n 18227) converted to KC-135R.  With 412th TW made first ever successful air-to-air
refueling with an F-35 Mar 12, 2008.  Contact was for handling
and systems evaluation only, no fuel was transferred.  In 2009 was designated NKC-135R.
0322 (c/n 18229) lost Aug 28, 1963, North Atlantic in possible midair collision
with 61-319 after refuelling B-47s.  5 on board, no survivors.
0325 (c/n 18232) to AMARC as CA0091 Sep 29 1993.  To Singapore AF as 751.
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
63-8871 ... 63-8888
Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
c/n 18719/18736
8871/8876,8880,8883,8884,8886 to KC-135R.
8877 (22nd ARW) crashed in Kyrgyzstan May 3, 2013.  Two crew killed, third missing.
8882 collided with B-47E 52-0171 during midair refuelling
410 mi SSE of Harmon AB, Newfoundland Feb 26, 1965.  
Both aircraft lost.
8886 converted to KC-135R.  With 376th AEW, 92nd ARW, landed at Manas
IAP, Kyrgistan Sep 26, 2006 and stopped at intersection of
active runway and a taxiway, its crew having apparently misunderstood
instructions from air traffic control (and the crew's response
was also misunderstood by the tower).  KC-135R was then struck
by Tu-154M EX-85718 which had been cleared for takeoff.  The
Tu-154M lost 6 feet from its right wingtip but was able to
complete its takeoff and return for an emergency landing.

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