USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: B-50
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
41-12334 ... 41-12383
Curtiss C-46A-10-CU Commando
MSN 26461/26510
12335 to reclamation at Robbins Dec 16, 1948
12336 (MSN 26463/CU103) transferred to US Navy but no record of BuNo assigned.  
May have been 39494.  WFU and stored 1945.
12337 (MSN 26464/CU104) transferred to US Navy but no record of BuNo assigned.  May
have been 39495.   WFU and stored.  Bought by L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp Jul 1956 and WFU and
stored Jul 1956.
12338 (MSN 26465) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 6, 1945.  To civil
registry as N5807V Jun 1949, YV-C-AVK Jul 11, 1955, YV-C-TGH in 1974, YV-140C in 1975.
With Latinoamericana Aerea de Carga S. A. crashed Aug 1, 1975 in front of main harbor area, Caracas,
Venezuela.
12339 crashed American River Canyon after cockpit fire Feb 18, 1944.  2 out of 5
onboard killed.
12340 to reclamation at Robbins Aug 12, 1948
12341 (MSN 26468/CU108) to US Navy but no record of BuNo assigned, perhaps 39496.  WFU and  stored.
Bought by Lineas Aeras Interpolar Jul 1957, registered as CC-CIB-504, named
El Roto Gallo. Bought by Alfa Chile in 1964.  WFU and stored Santiago, Chile
Nov 1964.  MSN 26468 is also quoted as being to N8008E/N9003E/N2424J/N6376F/CC-CAM
12342 (MSN 26469/CU109) to US Navy as 39497
12343 landing gear collapsed on landing Homestead AAF, FL Jun 11, 1943.   Crashed on takeoff from
Homestead AAF, FL Aug 8, 1943.  4 killed, one survived. 
12344 damaged Nov 26, 1943 in ground accident at New Orleans AAB, LA.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 6, 1945
12345 to reclamation at Reno AAB, NV Jan 3, 1946
12346 (MSN 26473/CU113) to US Navy as 39498
12347 (MSN 26474/CU114) delivered to USAAF May 1, 1943.  Transferred to US Navy May 1943 as R5C-1 BuNo 39499
12348 (MSN 26475/CU115) delivered to USAAF May 5, 1943.  Transferred to US Navy May 1943 as R5C-1 BuNo 39500
12349 damaged Jun 10, 1945 in landing at Cheyenne MAP, Wyoming.  To reclamation at Hill Field, UT Jun 20, 1946.
12350 to reclamation at Reno AAB Jan 3, 1946
12351 damaged Aug 12, 1944 in taxi accident at Reno AAF, NV.  To reclamation at Reno AAB Jan 3, 1946
12353 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 15, 1946.  To N68737 May 1950.  XH-TNE; to Ecuador AF as 26480; to HC-ABQ; To Lloyd Aereo 
Colombiano as HK-790, to Taxi Aereo Opita/Aerlineas Tao 1968, to Aeropesca in 1970
12354 to reclamation at Reno AAB Jan 21,1946
12355 w/o May 28, 1943 in crash into Black Mountain, Denver, CO.  2 killed.
Surveyed at Lowry Field May 30, 1943
12356 wrecked near McCloud, CA Sep 23, 1943
12357 w/o Oct 26, 1944 in mid-air collision with
C-46A 42-96716 Reno AAB, Nevada.  12 killed.
12358 damaged Jun 20, 1943 in ground accident at Memphis MAP, TN.  To reclamation at Reno AAB Jan 3, 1946
12359 W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Homestead AAF, FL; repaired (?); wfu; to N9345R in May 1960. 
12360 damaged Sep 10, 1945 in landing at Reno AAF, NV.  To reclamation at Tinker AAF Apr 29, 1949
12361 (MSN 26488) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 25, 1945.  On July 29, 1951 as CB-39 for 
Loide Aereo Nacional crashed on takeoff at Cochabamba, Bolivia, 3 crew 4 pax fatal.
12362 to RFC at Walnut Ridge, AK Oct 25, 1945
12363 (MSN 26490/CU130) crashed into side of Pallet Moutain (32 km SE of Palmdale, CA in winter
storm Feb 20, 1944.  Wreckage found Feb 26, 1944.  Four crew killed.
Some records have it crashing Feb 25, 1944. 
12364 damaged Dec 9, 1944 in ground accidentat Reno AAF, NV.  to reclamation at Warner-Robbins, GA Jan 7, 1949
12365 damaged Oct 9, 1944 in landing at Bowman Field, KY.  To reclamation at Rosecrans AAF, MO Jan 21, 1946
12366 (MSN 26493/CU133) damaged in landing accident Jun 13, 1943
at General Mitchell Field, Cudahy, WI.  WFU and stored.
To C-46 Parts Inc Mar 2, 1965 and registered as N91362.
Boutht by Trans-con Air Gargoes Jul 13, 1967.  Bought by Lane
Xang Airlines in 1972 and registered XW-PKJ.  Leased to
Cambodia International Airlines.  Crashed enroute Battambang--
Phnom Penh near Bannak, Cambodia Dec 25, 1974.
12367 damaged Dec 13, 1943 in landing at Reno AAF, NV.  W/o Aug 1, 1945 on landing at Reno AAF, NV
12368 to reclamation at Reno AAB, NV Jan 3, 1946  
12369 (MSN 26496/CU136) to USMC as R5C-1 39502
12370 (MSN 26497/CU137) transferred to US Navy but no record of BuNo assigned, perhaps 39503.
WFU and stored 1947.
12371 (MSN 26498/CU138) transferred to US Navy but no record of BuNo assigned, perhaps 39504.
WFU and stored 1947.
12372 to reclamation at Reno AAB Jul 3, 1946.  to MAC Dec 6, 1948
12373 w/o Nov 21, 1944 in crash at Esperanto, CA.  8 killed.
12374 w/o Mar 5, 1944 at Reno, NV.  Surveyed Mar 7, 1944
12375 damaged in ground accident at Stout field, IN Nov 2, 1944. To reclamation at George, IL Nov 20, 1946
12376 to reclamation at San Bernardino, CA Feb 18, 1949
12377 W/o 1 Sep 1944 at Bowman Field, KY
12378 to reclamation at Reno AAB, nV Jan 3, 1946
12379 surveyed May 26, 1944
12380 damaged Aug 7, 1945 in takeoff accident at Reno AAAF, NV.  Surveyed Aug 27, 1945
12381 to reclamation at McClellan Field, CA Apr 9, 1946.  To N9340R May60; PP-NMH, w/o at Manaus, Brazil prior to Feb80
12383 to reclamation at McClellan Field, CA Apr 9, 1946
42-93844 ... 42-93873
Boeing B-29A-5-BN Superfortress
MSN 7251/7280
93845 converted to XB-44, progenitor of B-50.
93848 (462nd BG, 770th BS) shot down by fighter over Kyushu, Japan Nov 21, 1944 while on mission to aircraft factory at
Omura, Japan.  MACR 9964.  3 crew killed, 8 bailed out.  4 captured and became POW, 4 evaded and were rescued.
93849 to F-13A.  Reclaimed Warner-Robbins Apr 25, 1949.
93850 to F-13A.  (343 PRS, 311th PW) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Apr 12, 1945.  MACR 13755. Fate of crew unknown.
93851 to F-13A.  With 311th PRW, 3rd PRS w/o on landing at Depot
Field, Guam  Dec 19, 1944
93852 to F-13A.  Reclaimed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949.
93853 to F-13A.
93854 to F-13A (1st PRS) lost over N. China Feb 2, 1945.  All crew rescued.
93855 to F-13A (311th PRW, 3rd PRS) crashlanded and w/o near
Agana, Guam May 23, 1945.
93856 to F-13A
93857 ditched April 12, 1945
93863 to F-13A.  (3rd BG) lost Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 14421
93864 to F-13A
93865 to F-13A
93866 to F-13A
93867 to F-13A.  With 3rd PRS, ran out of fuel on return from mission and crashed into Pacific
540 km N of Saipan, Marianas Islands Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10642.  11 KIA.
93868 to F-13A
93869 to F-13A.  With 311th PRW, 3rd PRS w/o in takeoff accident at
Depot Field, Guam Apr 26, 1945
93870 to F-13A
93871 to F-13A.  With 444th BG, 678th BS crashed on takeoff at Dudhkundi Airfield, West Bengal, India Jan 7, 1945.
Aircraft was destroyed.
93872 to F-13A
42-95829 ... 42-96028
Martin B-26B-50-MA Marauder
95829 (573rd BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km NW of Sybiville, 6 km from Frevent, France May 8, 1944.
MACR 4482.  All six crew bailed out and became POW.
95830 (391th BG, 573rd BS) shot down by AA Mar 30, 1945
95831 (391th BG, 573rd BS) damaged by AAA and bellylanded at base Aug 8, 1944
95832 (575th BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at RAF Matching, Essex, England due to engine
failure Jul 4, 1944.  All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95834 (391th BG, 572nd BS) hit by 42-95800 and crashed Aug 13, 1944.  MACR 7649
95837 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed in English Channel 2 mi from Calais,
France Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4027.  All six crew killed.
95838 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit near
Wittlich, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11485.  One crewmen killed, five bailed out and became POW.
95840 (391st BG, 574th BS, "Sam Cran") crashlanded May 28, 1944
95841 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3 mi E of Ahrweiler, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11671.
All six crew killed.
95842 (391st BG, 573rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Thury Harcourt, France Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 9831.
Three crew killed, three bailed out and became POW.
95843 (391st BG, 575th BS) damaged by AAA and crash landed after damage by flak Mar 9, 1945
95844 (491st BG, 575th BS) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed near
Prum, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11670.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
95845 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 9 km S of Dieppe, France and crashed Apr 27, 1944.  MACR 4216.
Two crew killed, Four crew bailed out.  Two of them became POW, two evaded.
95848 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA NE of Bretteville, France Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5689.
Four crew killed, two of them after bail out.  Two crew became POW.
95849 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Grismont, France Mar 19, 1944.  MACR 3574 and 5853  All 
six crew killed.
95850 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km N of St Antoine, 2km S of Bolbec, France May 28, 1944.  
MACR 5547.  All six crew bailed out, five of them became POW and one evaded capture.
95851 (391th BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Caen, France Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7795.
Five crew killed, one crewman bailed out and became POW.
95852 (391st BG, 574th BS) bellylanded at base May 28, 1944
95853 (391st BG, 575th BS) lost near Hatfield Heath and crashed Sep 24, 1944
95854 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km NW of SDevigny, France Mar 25, 1944.  MACR 3457.
One crewman killed, five bailed out and became POW.
95856 (344th BG, 497th BS) shot down by AAA over Belgium May 10, 1944.  MACR 4511
95857 (387th BG, 556th BS) in accident Apr 19, 1945
95858 (344th BG, 496th BS) shot down by AAA over France May 28, 1944.  MACR 5139
95859 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) crshed on takeoff at Beauvais/Tille Airfield
A-61 Picardy, France due to engine failure Jan 6, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95862 (344th BG, 497th BS) shot down by AAA over Germany Feb 13, 1945.  MACR 12305
95863 (323rd BG, 455th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Venraij, Holland Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9218.  3 crewmen killed,
3 bailed out and became POW.
95864 crashed on takeoff in France Jan 29, 1945.  Photo in Havener's book
95865 (391th BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2 near
Bitburg, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11664.  Four crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
One died of his wounds.
95867 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) aalvaged Jan 5, 1945 at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield
A-72 Estress Mons, France after returning from mission with 15 flak holes and excessive damage.
All crew survived.  Also listed as being with 556th BS, 387th BG, 9th AF and suffering unknown accident at
unknown location Apr 19, 1945.
95868 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) in landing accident at Chateaudun Airfield A-39 Chateaudun, France Sep 21, 1944. 
All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed. 
95869 (387th BG, 559th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-14 flown by unknown pilot of JG 11 and crashed near Junkerath,
Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11482.  All seven crew killed.
95870 (344th BG, 496th BS) shot down by AAA Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 4103
95873 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff 2 mi NE of Roye/Amy Airfield A-73, Picardy,
France Oct 5, 1944.  Aircraft hit a combine in a field and crashed into high-tension wires and
burned. One crewman killed, 5 survived.
95877 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA over Bois-de-la Justice, France and made it to
England but could not land and crashed in Engish Channel Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 4106.  2 crew
were killed, one bailed out over France and became POW, 5 bailed out over England.
95878 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) shot down near Euskirchen, Germany 
by Bf 109G-14 flown by unknown polot of JG 11 Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 14626.  6 Crew killed, one bailed
out and became POW.
95880 (319th BG, 438th BS) shot down by AAA Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2830
95888 (319th BG, 438th BS) shot down by AAA May 12, 1944.  MACR 4276
95893 (344th BG) shot down by AAA over Dunkirk Apr 27, 1944.  MACR 4145
95895 (344th BG, 496th BS) shot down by AAA over France May 28, 1944.  MACR 5153
95900 (344th BG, 497th BS) shot down by AAA over Germany Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12385
95901 (344th BG) shot down by AAA over France Apr 21, 1944.  MACR 4073
95902 (344th BG, 497th BS) shot down by AAA Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5656
95904 (320th BG) in midair collision over target Aug 26, 1944.  MACR 7999
95910 ("Wizard of Koz", 344th BG) shot down by flak Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 9093
95913 (344th BG, 495th BS) shot down by AAA May 28, 1944.  MACR 5144
95914 (344th BG, 497th BS) shot down by AAA, Germany, Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12352
95917 (344th BG, 495th BS, "Shopworn Angel") shot down by AAA and crashed on mission
to Neuweid railroad bridge at Engers, Germany Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12344
95918 (344th BG, 495th BS) shot down by AAA over Holland Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9219
95920 (344th BG, 497th BS) shot down by AAA 5 mi S of Abbeville, France May 28, 1944.  MACR 5140
95921 (344th BG, 494th BS) shot down by AAA, Germany Feb 13, 1945. MACR 12221
95922 (344th BG, 495th BS) shot down by AAA near Malo le Baines May 11, 1944.  MACR 4515
95925 (344th BG, 494th BS) in midair collision Mar 8, 1944
95926 (344th BG) shot down by AAA over Kunkirk Apr 27, 1944.  MACR 4144
95928 (344th BG) shot down by AAA over France Apr 23 1944.  MACR 4094
95929 (455th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Heer 1km E of Maastricht, Holland
while on mission to Liege, Belgium May 25, 1944.  MACR 5040.  All 6 crew bailed out, 4 became POW and 2 evaded
capture.
95930 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Raon near St Die, France Oct 12, 1944.  MACR 9817.
One crewman killed, seven bailed out and became POW.
95931 (574th BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Roye/Amy Airfield A-73, Picardy, France Jan 27, 1945.
All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95932 (391th BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit 3 mi E
of Ahrweiler, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11551.  Four crew killed, two bailed out and became POW.
95933 (397th BG, 1st Pathfinder BS, 9th AF) damaged at Dutenhofen near Wetzlar, Germany
by Fw 190D-9 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2/1 Stab and seven crew abandoned Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12838.
4 crew MIA, 3 became POW.
95934 (387 BG, 559th BS) belly landed Nov 6, 1944.
95937 (320th BG) shot down by AAA over Pavia Sep 5, 1944.  MACR 8090
95939 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) crash landed at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61 Picardy,
France Dec 1, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95941 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) hit by AAA over target and abandoned Nov 28, 1944.  
95943 (391st BG, 573rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 12 km  E of Monchy Breton, France May 28, 1944.  MACR 5127.
All six crew bailed out and became POW.
95944 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England
Aug 2, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damage, unknown if repaired.
95946 (320th BG, 444th BS) lost an engine due to flak damage on mission from Sardinia to
Covigliano, Italy Aug 23, 1944 and fell away from the formation.  Brought
down at Cecina, Italy minus one crew member who had bailed out in the 
stress of the situation.  MACR 7996 refers to this mission. 
IARC shows the aircraft as condemned Aug 23, 1944, but it appears that
the plane was repaired and returned to service, since the IARC also shows
the aircraft condemned again Nov 20, 1944 because of a crash.  On Nov 13, 1944
the plane crashed into a hill near Plottes 8km N of Tournus, France.  All 9
onboard killed.  MACR 15253 and Accident Report 45-11-13-506 refer to this loss.
95947 (391st BG, 572nd BS) damaged by AAA 15 mi W of Koblenz, Germany and crash landed at Mersch, Luxembourg 
Feb 24 1945.  MACR 12695.  Two crew killed, 3 bailed out and evaded capture, pilot stayed with aircraft
and flew it to Allied lines.
95949 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crash landed 5 km S of Billers Boucage,
Normandy, France Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6117.  5 crew became POW, 2 evaded capture.  The crew set
the aircraft on fire.
95950 (575th BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Matching, Essex, England May 12, 1944.  All
six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95954 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) lost on ferry flight 70 mi E of Sardinia in Tyrrhenian Sea  Jun 14, 1944.  MACR 5824.
3 crew and 9 passengers killed.
95959 (34th BS, 17th BG, 1st Tactical Air Force) in taxiing accident at Dijon-Longvic airfield Y-9, France Feb 14, 1945.
All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
95964 (344th BG) shot down by AAA over France Jul 24, 1944.  MACR 7478
95969 (17th BG, 432nd BG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over Staz di Campoleone, Italy Feb 20, 1944.  MACR 2399.
Five crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
95970 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down at night by Bf 110g-4 believed flown by Lt Gerhard Wagner
from NJG 5/9 Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 6625.  3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
95977 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61 Picardy,
France Jan 16, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
95980 (344th BG) damaged by AAA, crew abandoned aircraft Oct 2, 1944.
95981 (344th BG, 494th BS) in midair collison over Theydon Mount,
Epping, Essex Mar 8, 1944.  All onboard both aircraft killed.
Wreckage found Feb 22/23, 1975
95982 (344th BG, 496th BS) shot down by AAA Mar 24, 1945
95987 (17th BG, 34th BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by Me 262A-1a/R-1 flown by Fw Otto Kammerdiener of JV 44
5 mi W of Schwabmunchen, Germany Apr 24, 1945.  MACR 14165.  All six crew killed
95991 (320th BG  442nd BS) crash landed due to battle damage on Aug 19, 1944 at Decimo, Corsica.
95997 (319th BG, 439th BS) crashed on takeoff Sep 23, 1944
96003 (17th BG, 37th BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by AAA 1.5 km S of Cell am Harmersbach, Germany 
Dec 24, 1944.  MACR 11594.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
96006 loaned to French AF for training, tranferred fo French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
96010 (17th BG, 95th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over Toulon, France Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 7865
There is a famous photo of this plane going down with the
starboard wing on fire and an engine falling off.  4 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
96011 (319th BG, 437th BS) lost in crashed May 2, 1944.
96021 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA near Bosco, Italy Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 6682.  6 crew killed,
2 bailed out (one became POW, one evaded capture)
96022 (320th BG) crashed into sea Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6039
96025 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed into sea on return Aug 19, 1944
96027 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at unknown location Jul 1944.  All 7 crew survivded.
Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
43-34540 ... 43-34614
Martin B-26G-11-MA Marauder
34547 to TB-26G.  Force landed with engine on fire at Fredrick AAF, OK
Aug 11, 1945.
34550 to TB-26G.  Crashed near Dodge City AAF, KS Apr 2, 1945.
34562 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190D-9 flown by FhjUffz Gerhard Just of
JG 26/2 at Vragender, Netherlands Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12589.  5 crew killed, 3 bailed out and
became POW.
34563 (95th BS, 17th BG, 1st Tactical Air Force) in takeoff accident at Dijon-Longvic airfield Y-9, France
Mar 21, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
34565 (344th BG, 497th BS) shot down by AAA over Germany Feb 23, 1945.  MACR 12649
34580/34602 Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 1944
34581 to French AF in 1945.  In 1951 to Air France as technical training
airframe.  Donated to USAFM, and now on display at Wright Patterson AFB Museum painted as B-26B-50 42-95857
34584 to French AF.  Converted by Dassault as testbed for SNECMA
ATAR 101 jet engine, registered F-WBXM, first flew Oct 9, 1950.
Reregistered F-ZVLA, WFU May 14, 1958
34607 (95th BS, 17th BG, 1st Tactical Air Force) in landing accident at Dijon-Longvic airfield Y-9, France
44-34218 ... 44-34286
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27497/27565
34218 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed I bay near Iwakuni due to
fuel shortage 3/3/51.
34221 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA in night mission 5/21/51.
34222 (8th BS, 3rd BG) lost 12/6/50 during night mission
due to fuel exhaustion.
34223 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/19/50.
34226 W/O Aug 8, 1947 Yokota AB, Japan (crash landing)
34227 W/O Apr 5, 1946 Ditched off Moji, Japan
34230 (B-26C) loaned to France Feb 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34231 W/O Feb 18, 1947 cr nr Matsudo, Japan
34232 damaged May 9, 1945 Hunter Fd, Ga  (Landing)
34233 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/3/50.
34234 (3rd BW, 13th BS) shot down by AAA near Chong-Ju, Korea Jul 28, 1950
34235 W/O Jul 26, 1946 Itazuke AB, Japan (Landing)
34236 (8th BS, 3rd BG) shot down during night mission 1/21/50.
34237 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 10/4/50.
34238 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed into Yellow Sea 6/28/50 after returning from mission.
34240 (13th BS, 3rd BG) destroyed 7/6/50 on bomb run by own bomb explosion.
34241 W/O Feb 25, 1949 Itami AB, Japan (crash landing)
34242 W/O Nov 25, 1947 crashed 35-miles South of Itami AB, Japan
34243 W/O Feb 27, 1948 Omura Bombing Range, Jap
34244 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed and burned during takeoff at K-2
4/19/51.  Napalm tank accidentally released and damaged flap, 
causing loss of control and crash.
34245 W/O May 20, 1947 Yokota AB, Japan  (landing)
34246 damaged 17 Dec 1949 Kazule AB, Japan (landing)
34247 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea.
34248 damaged Apr 7, 1947 Itami AB, Japan (takeoff accident
34249 W/o Apr 20, 1947 Lake Biwako, Japan (ditched)
34251 damaged Oct 1, 1946 Itazuke AB, Japan  (ground accident)
34253 W/O Mar 30, 1951 Japan
34254 (13th BS, 3re BW) damaged by AAA and landed at K-6 and
w/o as total loss Feb 23, 1951.
34256 W/O May 15, 1946 Missing-30 miles N.W. of Oura, Japan
34257 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed 3/20/51 during night 
training mission.  KORWALD database has this plane having
been shot down by AAA on night intruder mission Mar 5, 1951.
34258 damaged Aug 28, 1946 Yokota AB, Japan (landing)
34260 damaged Oct 17, 1950 Haneda, Japan (landing)
34262 W/O Feb 27, 1949 Mt Fuji, Japan
34263 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed 7/28/50 near Chonju
after engine fire caused by small arms fire. 
34265 (13th BS, 3rd BW) crashlanded at Suwon Jan 24, 1951 and was
destroyed to prevent capture by the enemy.
34266 (3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed near K-2, Korea Jan 3, 1951. 
34267 (3rd BW, 8th BS) hit by ground fire and crashlanded at
K-13, Korea Mar 4, 1951. 
34268 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
34269 damaged Jun 4, 1947 Itami AB, Japan (landing) 
34270 w/o Jan 20, 1947 Yoshino-Gun, Japan
34271 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 913
34274 w/o Jul 14, 1947 near Yokota AB, Japan
34275 damaged in landing Apr 18, 1947 at Itami AB, Japan
34276 damaged on takeoff May 8, 1947 at Itami AB, Japan
34277 (13th BS, 3rd BG) Class 26 Jun 30, 1950 due to enemy ground fire, repaired.
34279 (8th Bs, 3rd BG) crash landed Aug 14, 1950 on beach
near Miho, Japan due to fuel exhaustion and was destroyed.
34281 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 2/20/52.
34286 (3rd BW, 8th BS) hit by AAA and landed at K-13, Korea
Jul 7, 1951.
44-34288 ... 44-34296
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27567/27575
44-34299 ... 44-34322
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27578/27601
34299 to France in Nov 1956 as 702-B
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
SOC after accident at Bone Feb 8, 1960.
34300 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA Apr 4, 1952 after night mission in Korea.
34301 (25th BS, 3rd BG) class 26 6/28/50 due to enemy ground fire.
34304 (13th BS, 3rd BG) hit tree on strafing run 
11/3/50. Left at AB in Korea
34308 (B-26C) to France in Oct 1956 as 711-C
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into RB-26P Aug 1960.  WFU
Feb 1966.  SOC Mar 27, 1968.
34309 (MSN 27588, 3rd BG, 13th BS) was a Shoran-equipped aircraft.
34312 (MSN 27591, B-26C) to France in Dec 1956 as 715-C.
Renumbered with USAF serial Mar 1959.
Converted into RB-26P Feb 1961.  WFU
Jan 1966.  SOC Aug 10, 1966.  To
F-BMJR and later to Biafra.  Scrapped 1967.
34313 (MSN 27592) went directly to storage and then to Korea with
3rd BW and then to 452nd BW.  Damaged by AAA Dec 27, 1951
and recovered at K-46, Korea.  In May 1952 to 17th
BW.  Sold as surplus in 1957 and registered as N5457V.  Modified as aerial
tanker in 1960 and flew in Oregon as air tanker
until 1974.  Sold to Conair in British Columbia as C-GHLK
until retired in 1987.  Resided in Canadian museums until 
purchased by David Lane and is flying as
N119DR.  Seen at Reno Air Races Aug 2002.  In 2007 seen sitting
in a storage yard at San Diego Air and Space Museum.
34314 (8th BS, 3rd BG) shot down by ground fire during
night mission 9/14/51.  Medal of Honor for
John S. Walmsley, Jr.
34316 converted to B-26C.  To Colombia in 1957 as FAC 2517.
34317 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA 12/26/52 after night mission
in Korea.
34318 salvaged at K-9 in Korea May 28, 1952.
34320 loaned to France Jan 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Oct 1955 and scrapped.
34321 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission 11/23/51.
44-34324 ... 44-34326
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27603/27605
34325 (90th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission in Korea.
34326 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 915
44-34328 ... 44-34330
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27607/27609
34328 sold on commercial market as N9422Z.
To Portugal in 1965.  Abandoned
at Luanda, Angola in 1975.
34329 (B-26C) loaned to France Jul 1954 for
service in Indochina.  Returned to
USAF Aug 1954 
34329 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5169.  
Withdrawn June 1968.
44-34332 ... 44-34332
Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader
MSN 27611 
Flew into a mountain on instrument approach to Tachikawa Feb 6, 1952.
44-70005 ... 44-70104
Boeing B-29-75-BW Superfortress
MSN 10837/10936
70005 (482nd BS, 505th BG) lost from unknown cause at Saipan Island Nov 5, 1945.  MACR 15986.  Fate of crew unknown.
70006 converted to KB-29P boom tanker
70008 (29th BG, 52nd BS) shot down by AAA over Kobe, Japan Jun 5, 1945 and crashed at Yamada Village
Hyogo, Japan while on mission to Kobe.  MACR 14604.  9 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
1 died in captivity, one was executed.
70010 (458th BG, 330th BG) loat from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 17, 1945.  MACR 14444.  Fate of crew unknown.
70016 (MSN 10848) converted to TB-29 and used by 4715th REVRON
(ECM).  Acquired 1969 by USAFM and put on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
70017 (19th BG, 28th BS) crashed after disintegrated in midair over Nagoya, Japan May 14, 1945 while on 
mission to Nagoya  MACR 14428.  All 11 crew killed.
70022 used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
70024 converted to KB-29.  Crashed Nov 16, 1950 53 mi w of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
in midair collision with B-50A 46-097.  6 of 10 aboard the KB-29 were killed.
70039 (TB-29, 50-40th CMG, 5040th RF) crashed into mountain 39 mi SE of Talkeetna, 
AK Nov 15, 1957.  6 killed, 4 survived.
70049 (MSN 10881) reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake,
CA.  Acquired 1987 by Weeks Air Museum and reported later
same year stored dismantled at Borrrego Springs, CA.
Parts in store at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, Florida
70064 (MSN 10896) Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
Acquired by USAFM and moved to Castle AFB Musuem in 1980.
Now on display at Castle Air Museum, CA.  Plane is actually
made up of three derelict targets from China Lake (44-61535, 44-70064, and one other)
Reported Sep 2006 to be displayed as 461535
70073 (92nd BG, 327th BS, "Mac's Effort) to reclamation Nov 8, 1954
at Smoky Hill
70075 (498th BG, 875th BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan May 24, 1945.  MACR 14485.  All 11 crew KIA.
70083 (499th BG, 877th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 while on mission to
Osaka, Japan. MACR 14428.   All 11 crew killed0
70084 (468th BG, 793rd BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Yoshino Kochi, Japan Jun 22, 1945 while on mission to Kure, Japan.  
MACR 14672.  7 crew KIA, 4 bailed out and became POW. 
70092 (30th BS, 19th BG) lost from unknown cause at Guam Nov 2, 1945.  MACR 15406.  Fate of crew unknown. 
70102 retrieved from China Lake and is now at US Aviation Museum,
Inyoken Airport, CA for restoration.
70104	(MSN 10936)	SB-29 Assigned 1st Rescue Squadron, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb52
44-83963 ... 44-83963
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83965 ... 44-83965
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83967 ... 44-83967
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P.  Damaged Jan 17, 1951 in midair collision with B-50D 49-0315 near Hunter AB, Georgia
44-83969 ... 44-83969
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83971 ... 44-83971
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83973 ... 44-83973
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
Crashed while making emergency landing at Muroc Dry Lake, CA Jun 4, 1946.
44-83975 ... 44-83975
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83977 ... 44-83977
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83979 ... 44-83979
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83981 ... 44-83981
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83983 ... 44-83983
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
Damaged Aug 23, 1q945 in taxiing accident at NW Field, Guam Aug 23, 1945
44-83985 ... 44-83985
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
Converted to KB-29P.  Crashed Jul 10, 1953 with 2nd BW, 2nd ARS, Hunter Field, GA. All 10 aboard killed.
44-83987 ... 44-83987
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83989 ... 44-83989
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83991 ... 44-83991
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83993 ... 44-83993
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83995 ... 44-83995
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83997 ... 44-83997
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-83999 ... 44-83999
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84001 ... 44-84001
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84003 ... 44-84003
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84005 ... 44-84005
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
44-84007 ... 44-84007
Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress
45-1049 ... 45-1139
Douglas C-47B-50-DK Skytrain
1049 (MSN 17052/34319) to USSR Aug 14, 1945.
1050 (MSN 17053/34320)
1051 (MSN 17054/34321) to USSR Aug 16, 1945
1052 (MSN 17055/34322) to USSR Aug 14, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1060 with Aeroflot
1053 (MSN 17057/34323)
1054 (MSN 17057/34324) to USSR Aug 16, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1212 with Aeroflot
1055 (MSN 17058/34325) to VC-47D. Suffered extensive damage in crash Feb 11, 1957.  To N4788C for Sholton and Carson of Spenard, Alaska. 
August 17, 1964 bought by Air America.  Sold to Air Asia Co. Ltd. and registered as B-879 on 
September 1964. Numerous accidents, incidents all repaired.  June 29, 1974 
sold to China Air Lines, registered as B-1555 and delivered to Phnom Penh, 
Cambodia.  Withdrawn from use at Taipei, Taiwan in March 1977. There is a possiblility that the damage
in the 1957 crash was too extensive for the plane to be rebuilt as N4788C, and that the previous identity
of N4788C is not true.
1056 (MSN 17059/34326)
1057 (MSN 17060/34327) converted to VC-47D, then to AC-47.  To South Vietnam
AF.  W/o following crash Nov 24, 1972.  2 killed.
1058 (MSN 17061/34328) to civilian registry as NC63351. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAQ-167 and 
later re-registered OB-R-167. Sold to Peruvian Navy.  Now (2004) with
Aerolineas de La Paz of Colombia as HK-4292X
1059 (MSN 17062/34329)
1060 (MSN 17063/34330)
1061 (MSN 17064/34331) to Flamingo Air Services as NC54336, to C-1503X, C-1530E,
HK-1503E, to Colombian Petroleum Co as HK-1503P, HK-1503W, to Aerocar Columbia
as HK-1503.  Then as operated by Aerovanguardia as HK-1503 it was w/o on 
a cargo flight from Villavicencio to Medellin-Jose
Maria Cordova Airport.  Airport was fogged in and the pilot decided to
divert to Medellin-Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport.  While descending, the
plane struck electric wires and crashed into a wooded area.  3 crew killed.
1062 (MSN 17065/34332)
1063 (MSN 17066/34333)
1064 (MSN 17067/34334)
1065 (MSN 17068/34335) 28 Mar 1950 The airplane's no.2 engine caught fire shortly after departure from RCAF 
Rockcliffe,  Ontario.  One passenger was able to bail out safely. 
Four occupants died in crash, one being American Ambassador Laurence A. Steinhardt.
1066 (MSN 17069/34336)
1067 (MSN 17070/34337) converted to VC-47D.
1068 (MSN 17071/34338)
1069 (MSN 17072/34339)
1070 (MSN 17073/34340)
1071 (MSN 17074/34341)
1072 (MSN 17075/34342)
1073 (MSN 17076/34343) 
1074 (MSN 17077/34344) fuselage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
1075 (MSN 17078/34345) by 1955 was N62044 of Hawaiian Airlines Ltd.
1076 (MSN 17079/34346)
1077 (MSN 17080/34347) converted to EC-47D.  To MASDC
1078 (MSN 17081/34348)
1079 (MSN 17082/34349) to Khymer AF.  Escaped to Thailand Apr 1975.
To Thai AF as L2-47/18 Nov 1975.  SOC Sep 7, 1989 due
to corrosion and dumped at Lopburi.  Possible conflict here, as reported
in Apr 2006 issue of AFM as converted to Basler BT-67 and to Thai
AF as 46159 Dec 1, 2004.  However, the genuine MSN 34379 was noted on a dump
at Lop Buri, Thailand Jan 2005, and that 44-76678 was the plane used for the
conversion.
1080 (MSN 17083/34350)
1081 (MSN 17084/34351) by 1954 was CP-530 of Lloyd Aero Boliviano SA
1082 (MSN 17085/34352)
1083 (MSN 17086/34353)
1084 (MSN 17087/34354)
1085 (MSN 17088/34355) broke up in flight near Hobard Mills, CA Mar 19, 1946.  26 killed.
1086 (MSN 17089/34356) to civilian registry as N88754. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBD-456.
1087 (MSN 17090/34357) to US civil registry as N86443.  To Spanish AF as T.3-45.  Registered as G-BFPV to Warbirds of 
Great Britain Limited of Blackbushe, Surrey, England Apr 7, 1978 and then cancelled Sep 8, 1978 reportedly for 
export to Yemen.
1088 (MSN 17091/34358) on civil registry asn N6387A.
1089 (MSN 17092/34359)
1090 (MSN 17093/34360)
1091 (MSN 17094/34361) to US civil registry as N86442, then to T.3-50 with Spanish
AF, then to Spanish civil registry as EC-CPO.  Derelict at Zaragosa, Spain, then moved to Malaga in
2003, allegedly for display in a museum.  In 2013 on display at Museo Nacional de Qaeopuertos y
Transporte Aereo at Malaga as EC-ABC
1092 (MSN 17095/34362) to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAL-145.
1093 (MSN 17096/34363) To Thai AF Mar 1976 as L2-51/19 in 1976.  Dumped/preserved
at Lopburi fron 1998.  To Oshkosh, WI for Basler conversion, but rejected
for conversion and replaced by MSN 20082.  Remains probably dumped at
Oshkosh.
1094 (MSN 17097/34364)
1095 (MSN 17098/34365) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2023.  W/o Jun 6, 1949
when crashed at Cambirck, Brazil
1096 (MSN 17099/34366) to Linhas Aereas Brasileiras as PP-BRE, to Servicos Aereos
Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CCW "Piquiri".  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2083.
1097 (MSN 17100/34367)
1098 (MSN 17101/34368) still flying with Miami Valley Aviation, Ohio
1099 (MSN 17102/34369) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-677. Renumbered FAP-311. Transferred to SATCO as 
OB-XAT-653 and later re-registered OB-R-653. W/o Mt. Killukichu, Peru Apr 20, 1972
1100 (MSN 17103/34370) became N541GA
1101 (MSN 17104/34371) on civil registry as N1385P 
1102 (MSN 17105/34372) converted to EC-47P.  I also have this converted to VC-47D with Air University.  W/o
Apr 13, 1972.
1103 (MSN 17106/34373) by 1954 was PP-YQP of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
1104 (MSN 17107/34374)
1105 (MSN 17108/34375)
1106 (MSN 17109/34376) converted to VC-47D
1107 (MSN 17110/34377) in 1972 was assigned to Air Attache at US Embassy in Tanamarive, Madagascar
1108 (MSN 17111/34378)
1109 (MSN 17112/34379) struck Mt Pichincha, Ecuador Jul 11, 1960.  18 killed.
1110 (MSN 17113/34380)
1111 (MSN 17114/34381) registered later as 0-51111.  To Uruguayan AF received from the USAF mission in Paraguay 
Nov 27, 1970.  Operated by Transporte Aereo Militar Uruguayo-Tamu, also as No 511 (see 42-100838), code CX-BJH.
W/o when crashed shortly after takeoff near Artigas Airport (ATI) Uruguay Feb 10, 1970.  44 passengers and crew
killed.  
1112 (MSN 17115/34382)
1113 (MSN 17116/34383)
1114 (MSN 17117/34384)
1115 (MSN 17118/34385)
1116 (MSN 17119/34386) converted to VC-47D.  To Khymer AF 1973, escaped
to Thailand Apr 1975.  To Thai AF as L2-45/18 Sep 12, 1975.
To Oshkosh, WI for conversion to Basler in 2004.  The genuine 34316 was not shipped
to Oshkosh until early July 2004 and was still there, unconverted Jul 25, 2004.
The aircraft redelivered to Thai AF must have been a different airframe.
1117 (MSN 17120/34387) converted to AC-47D.  Later to Royal Laotian AF.
1118 (MSN 17121/34388)
1119 (MSN 17122/34389) noted at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida 1970/78
1120 (MSN 17123/34390) converted to AC-47D.  Missing Dec 24, 1965 in Laos.
1121 (MSN 17134/34391) to South Vietnam AF
1122 (MSN 17125/34392)
1123 (MSN 17126/34393)
1124 (MSN 17127/34394) crashed on east flank of Mt. San Gorgonio, CA 
Dec 1, 1952.  13 killed.
1125 (MSN 17128/34395) converted to VC-47D.   W/o Jul 15, 1966 at Mejorado del campo, Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain following a forced landing
after a midair collision with Spanish AF F-104G C.8-5 on approach to Torrejon.  The F-104G lost a wingtip tank
and the VC-47D part of a wing.  The F-104G landed safely but the VC-47D was destroyed by fire following the
forced landing.  Crew of 3 and 6 passengers all escaped safely.
1126 (MSN 17129/34396)
1127 (MSN 17130/34397) to Royal Lao AF by 1970.  To Thailand.  Derelict by Oct 1997.
1128 (MSN 17131/34398) converted to VC-47D.  To civil registry as N62102 with
Shawnee Airlines,  converted to turboprop power as Basler BT-67 (conversion
no. 19).  To Guatemala AF initially as 560, and now with Guatemala AF as TG-FAG-4
1129 (MSN 17132/34399)
1130 (MSN 17133/34400)
1131 (MSN 17134/34401) converted to EC-47Q.  
1132 (MSN 17135/34402)
1133 (MSN 17136/34403) converted to EC-47Q.  Missing Feb 5, 1969 with 362nd TEWS, 460th TRW
on mission over Laos from Pleiku AB, Vietnam.  Wreckage discovered in fall of 1969.  10 crew
presumed KIA.
1134 (MSN 17137/34404)
1135 (MSN 17138/34405)
1136 (MSN 17139/34406)
1137 (MSN 17140/34407)
1138 (MSN 17141/34408)
1139 (MSN 17142/34409)
45-11343 ... 45-11542
North American P-51D-25-NT Mustang
MSN 124-48096/48295
11350 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) ditched in bay south of K-10 due to engine failure
Mar 18, 1951.
11353 (292nd FS, Nevada ANG) crashed at Reno AFB, Nevada during mock dogfight Dec 11, 1949, killing pilot
Croston Stead.  Base was subsequently named Stead AFB in his honor.
11356 (6002nd TSW, 67th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 5, 1950.
11360 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed near Yangyon-ni, Korea Oct 7, 1951.  Pilot bailed out.
11361 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA near Mundung-ni, Korea Apr 13, 1951.
Pilot bailed out.
11365 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashlanded at K-16, Korea Jul 5, 1951.
11367 to civil registry as N2871D, rebuilt as N63810, then to N451BC.  Reported in 
1990 as being airworthy as N63810.
11370 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed near Yo-do, Korea Mar 2, 1951.
11371 (MSN 124-48124) according to a 1987 edition of 'FlyPast' magazine, 
this aircraft went to the Nicaraguan National Guard as GN 121 and in 1963 
became N12067 Jul 8, 1963, cancelled. In 1970 it became N1051 and was used for display purposes by 
Myrick Aviation in the UK.  To N751CB, cancelled.  N10515, cancelled.  To N51KF Mar 10, 1994.  
On July 2, 1995 the aircraft struck the ground in Malone, New York. The airplane was destroyed, and 
the pilot was fatally injured. The airplane was part of an airshow at the Malone Airport. The accident 
pilot was the lead airplane of two F-51s. After the 2nd pass, the airplane was observed to 
perform a right turn of 90degrees. This was to be followed by a left turn of 270degrees, to reverse 
course for another flyby; however, as the bank increased to near 90 degrees, the nose dropped, and the 
airplane disappeared from view while rotating to the right.  Registration cancelled May 18, 2012
11381 to civil registry 1963 as N5471V.  Crashed Jun 1981 and rebuilt 1983 as
C-GRLR "Flying Undertaker".  To N151MR Apr 1985, to N551CB later in 1985.
Airworthy as N551CB with Carrier Aviation of Advance, NC, painted as
44-14888 "Glamorous Glen III".  Crashed at Lincolnton, NC Sep 6, 2001 after 
experiencing engine failure.  Two people aboard the plane parachuted to safety.
Registration N51CY reserved Feb 8, 2007, so being rebuilt following
the accident.  N51CY taken up Mar 28, 2007.
11386 (MSN 124-48139) operated by 182nd FS, Texas ANG.  To Costa Rica AF in 1955.  W/o Jan 22, 1956 in
landing accident at San Jose after an anniversary flypast.
11390 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by ground fire in Punchbowl, Korea Sep 5, 1951.
11391 (MSN 124-48144) to civil registry as N6170C, N5151N, N51WT (Feb 1976).  Reregistered N51MV Oct 2002
11398 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed in water near Sin-Do, Korea Oct 15, 1950.
11399 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed into hill Mar 15, 1951.
11404 (35th FIW, 8th FBS) collided with L-17 near Haeju, Korea and crashed Oct 16, 1950.
11407 (18th FBG, 39th FBS) shot down by AAA at Hakkyo-ri, Korea Jul 5, 1951.
11408 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) hit by ground fire and belly landed near Tok-Chon, 
Korea Nov 30,
11411 to SAAF as 381.  To ROKAF
11412 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) gear collapsed during landing Nov 19, 1952
11417 (2nd SAAF sq) mechanical failure Feb 11, 1952.
11419 (2nd SAAF Sq, "Shy Talk") lost in Korea Apr 20, 1952.  Pilot KIA
11420 (185h FBG, 12th FBS) hit by ground fire and crash landed in
rice paddy near 38th parallel Apr 25, 1951.
11427 (18th FBG) shot down by AAA near Suan, Korea Feb 2, 1951.
11429 (No 2 Sqdn, SAAF) lost Mar 4, 1951, Korea
11430 (35th FIW) crashlanded and salvaged Dec 19, 1950.
11438 (18th FBG, 20th Weather Sq) MIA Sep 3, 1950.
11439 on civil registry as N51HY
11443/11450 converted as TP-51D two-seat trainer.
11452 pictured at Stout Field, Indiana in 1947 in Indiana ANG markings.
11453 to civil registry as N5479V, to Bolivian AF as FAB 511.  Sold as C-GXUP May 1978
but NTU and became N59038.  Reported in 1990 as being airworthy as N551MR.
11454 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed into sea N of Ashiya AB, Kyushu, Japan Aug 15, 1950.
11455 to RAAF as A68-800.  Scrapped Nov 15, 1949
11456 crashed on delivery to SAAF.
11458 to RAAF as A68-801.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953.  To
Bolivian AF in 1954 as FAB 504.  Crashed at La Paz Jul 21, 1972
11461 to RAAF as A68-802.  Broke up while recovering from dive over
Iwakuni ranges Dec 3, 1948 and crashed into sea off Japan.
11462 to RAAF as A68-803.  Scrapped May 22, 1951
11464 to RAAF as A68-804.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953.  Became
N4687V, registration cancelled Jan 6, 1955 on sale to Bolivia.
To Bolivian AF as FAB-502 in 1954.  Crashed at Rosapata Mar 23, 1963.
Must have been repaired, since reservation N339US reserved Jun 4, 2008
11465 to RAAF as A68-805.  Scrapped Apr 15, 1948
11466 to RAAF as A68-806.  To South Korean AF Nov 11, 1952
11467 to RAAF as A68-807.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
11469 to civil registry as N5417V
11470 to SAAF as 382.  Returned to USAAF
11471 to civil registry as N5481V, N332, then N51UR with Lady Alice Corp, Wilmington, DE.
Registration N51ZM reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Mar 31, 2006.
11473 to RAAF as A68-808.  Sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953
11474 to RAAF as A68-809.  Crashed Sep 9, 1950 during ground attack mission against
Angang-ni, Korea.  Pilot KIA.
11475 (2nd SAAF) pilot bailed out over water due to engine trouble SE of Wonsan, Korea Feb 2, 1951.
11476 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) crashed after takeoff from K-9, Korea Jan 5, 1951.
11477 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashlanded to aid downed pilot May 11, 1951.
11479 to RAAF as A68-810.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 as N4674V.
To Bolivian AF as FAB-501 in 1954.  Crashed Sep 5, 1966.  Registered N305PM
Mar 14, 2008, so must have been repaired.
11481 to RAAF as A68-811.  Collided in midair with another RAAF Mustang 
(A68-765, ex 44-84492) Mar 17, 1949.
Pilot bailed out and was recovered.  Other Mustang landed safely.
11482 to RAAF as A68-812.  RAF records say missing 30 mi N of East Taegu Jan 14, 1951.
11483 to RAAF as A68-813.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 as N4674V.
To Bolivian AF as FAB-503 in 1954.  Crashed at La Paz May 22, 1965.  
Back to USA.  Now on civil registry as N286JB.
11484 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1951, pilot KIA.
11489 To Trans Florida Aviation, Sarasota, FL 1959.  Registered as N5421V, then N551D Mar 17, 1966,
cancelled Jun 29, 1966.  Rebuilt as 2nd Cavalier prototype.  Stan Hoke/Stanley Dunbar Studies, 
Charlotte, NC 1963-1964.  Flew as race #99.  Crashed during aerobatics Lincoln, VA Apr 17, 1966.
Ed Browning/Brownings Inc, Roberts, ID 1978.  Registered as N5421V, cancelled.
11490 to New Zealand as NZ2401 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Damaged after crashing during overshoot caused by
undercarriage problem at Taieri May 10, 1953.  To instructional airfram INST162 at Woodbourne Jan 1954.
Consigned to base dump in 1955-56 and later sold as scrap.
11491 to New Zealand as NZ2402 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Apr 1957, stored and scrapped 1958.
11492 to New Zealand as NZ2403 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Feb 1957, stored and scrapped 1961 
11493 to New Zealand as NZ2404 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Crashed at Tongaporutu in northern Taranaki on a flight
from Ohakea to Whenuapai after pilot became disoriented in cloud and lost control Dec 22, 1953.
11494 to New Zealand as NZ2405 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Damaged in takeoff accident at Taieri after power loss
Nov 9, 1953.  To instructional airframe INST164 at Woodbourne Jan 19, 1954.  Broken up 1955-56.
11495 to New Zealand as NZ2406 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFU Dec 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.  Parts
of this aircraft sold to user in UK for rebuild to flying condition.  Registered N5551DZ to Robert S. Baker 
Jul 25, 2006.  
11496 to New Zealand as NZ2407 Aug 1945.  Aircraft had been damaged during unloading at Auckland when it was
dropped on a wharf bollard and received ventral damage aft of the mainplane.  Never flown in New
Zealand. Stored until 1952.  Reduced to spares at Te Rapa Aug/Sep 1953.  WFU Feb 1957 and scrapped in 1961. 
11498 to New Zealand as NZ2408 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU after damaged in air-to-air firng at Ohakea
Oct 7, 1954 while towing a drogue.  Scrapped in 1961.
11499 to New Zealand as NZ2409 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Sep 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
11500 to New Zealand as NZ2410 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFU in 1957, stored and scrapeed 1958.
There is an ex-Indonesian Mustang painted as NZ2410 on display at Wigram, NZ.
11501 to New Zealand as NZ2411 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Crashed at tongaporutu in northern Taranaki on a flight
from Ohakea to Whenuapai after pilot became disoriented in cloud and lost control Dec 22, 1953
11502 to New Zealand as NZ2412 Aug 1945.  Stored until May 1952.  Broke up during pull out for high speed dive over
Springston, near Christchurch Apr 23, 1955.
11503 to New Zealand as NZ2413 Aug 1945.  Stored until Jul 1952.  WFU Sep 1955, stored and scrapped 1958.
11504 to New Zealand as NZ2414 Aug 1945.  Stored until Jul 1952.  WFU Sep 1955, stored ans scrappee 1958
11505 to New Zealand as NZ2415 Aug 1945.  Stored until Jun 1952.  Damaged in landing accident at Wigram after losing
power on approach Jan 23, 1954.  to Woodbourne for repair but remained there until sold, badly damaged and minus
engine May 1958 and scrapped.  44-74829 now flying in New Zealand as NZ2415.
11506 to New Zealand as NZ2416 Sep 1945.  Stored until Jul 1952.  WFU Sep 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
11507 to New Zealand as NZ2417 Sep 1945. WFU Aug 1955, stored and sold May 1958.   To ZK-CCG Nov 1964, stored 1968
and cancelled Aug 9, 1974.  Sold in USA to Experimental Aircraft Association Flying Museum, Spokane,
Washingtonas as N921 1975.  Reported 1991 to be at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL.  Seen at
Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk, FL painted as 44-13321.
11508 to New Zealand as NZ2418 Sep 1945. Stored until 1952.  WFU Aug 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
11509 to New Zealand as NZ2419 Sep 1945. Stored until Jul 1952.  Force landed near Manaia after engine overheated
Feb 19, 1954.  W/o as reduced to spares at Wolodbourne Feb 12, 1955.
11510 to New Zealand as NZ2420 Sep 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Jan 1957, stored and scrapped 1958.
11511 to New Zealand as NZ2421 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFU Aug 1955, stored and scrapped 1958.
11512 to New Zealand as NZ2422 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFU Nov 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
11513 to New Zealand as NZ2423 Aug 1945.  Stored un1il 1952.  WFU 1957 and sold.  Reported in 1990 as being under 
restoration in New Zealand.  Currently stored at Mapua
11514 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by ground fire 3 mi E of Pukchin, Korea Nov 11, 1950. 
11515 to New Zealand as NZ2424 Aug 1945.  Stored until Jun 1952.  Dove into Lyttleton Harbor from high altitude due
to oxygen failure Sep 27, 1952.
11516 to New Zealand as NZ2425 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Went missing N of Auckland  Mar 20, 1955.  Believed
to have crashed into Tasman Sea
11517 to New Zealand as NZ2426 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFu Aug 1955, stored and scapped 1958.
11518 to New Zealand as NZ2427 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Aug 1955, stored and sold 1958.
Rebuilt in the UK as G-MTSG Sep 2, 1997, but painted as 44-14419.
11519 to New Zealand as NZ2428 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Oct 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
11521 to New Zealand as NZ2429 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  Force landed on beach at Raumai after power loss
on bombing run Feb 27, 1952.  Dismantled and returned to Ohakea and later used as weapons range target.
Main fuselage to Phuilip Warner in UK early 21st centure for use in rebuild of NZ2406.
11522 to New Zealand as NZ2430 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Crashed after suffering an engine seizure on takeoff
from Ohakea Feb 10, 1955.  W/o as reduced to spares.	
11525 to Indonesian AF; returned to USA and to War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, 
NM.  In 1997 bought by Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders and operated as N151AF.
Still airworthy as N151AF with Heritage Flight Museum, Eastsound, WA.
Reported Airworthy in 1990 as N91JB
11526 (MSN 124-48279) registered in Australia Aug 12, 1999 as VH-FST.  Was noted Mar 2, 2003 at 
Busselton Air Show, Western Australia painted as '472505'.
11529 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed near Taedong River, N. Korea Jun 9, 1951.
11534 (6131st W, 8th FBS) pilot bailed out due to mechanical problems Nov 10, 1950.
11536 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashlanded S of Taegu in bad weather Feb 8, 1951.  w/o
11538 (18th FBG, 36th FBS) probably lost to AAA Sep 2, 1950.
11539 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit wire while on SAR mission Jun 15, 1952.  Hit by AAA 
while on SAR mission Jan 14, 1953.
11540 on civil registry as N151W with JRMC, INC, of Chesterton, IN.  To N5162V, crashed
Columbia, MO Feb 176, 166.  Reported that parts would be used for N79111 (44-15651)
but it appears that it was rebuilt instead.
11541 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) pilot bailed otu S of Kanggye, Korea Nov 22, 1950.
Also listed as with 2nd SAAF Sq and shot down by AAA Mar 10, 1951.
45-21693 ... 45-21742
Boeing B-29-90-BW Superfortress
MSN 13587/13636
21705 (MSN 13599) converted to KB-29M.  With 43rd AFERS, crashed 58 mi from Clark AFB Mar 1, 1949 while
returning to Clark after refueling the B-50 Lucky Lady II on its round-the-world flight.  9 killed.
(reportedly, the accident report was altered to state that it was a TB-29 on a routine training mission, 
to keep the accident from casting a bad light on the record flight of the B-50.
21715	376th BW. En-route UK to Barksdale AFB, LA with tech stop at Kindley AFB, Bermuda May 2. 1952. Caught fire when testing 
replacement fuel transfer pump, fuel poured out; destroyed by fire
21717 converted to RB-29 but assigned to wather--308th Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea at Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA (later renamed
Travis AFB)
21721 (98th BW, 345th BS) crashed on takeoff 5 mi N of Yokota AB Feb 7, 1952. 13 killed.
21725 (397th BW, 370th BS) crashlanded at Naha AB, Okinawa Apr 6, 1951
21726 (24d AAFBU, Grand Island AAF, Nebraksa) crashed during storm Oct 1, 1946 30 mi SE of Battle Mountain, Nevada
enroute on training flight to Hamilton AAF, California.  No survivors.
21734 converted to KB-29T probe and drogue tanker by Flight Refuelling Ltd of UK
21736 to the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.
21739 (MSN 13633) to the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback 
conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons. Was stored at NAS China Lake, CA.  To Korean War
Museum in 1982.  On display at museum in Seoul, Korea since 1972 ?.  Now at Korean Aerospace
Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
21742 to F-13
46-2 ... 46-5
Boeing B-50A-1-BO Superfortress
MSN 15722/15725
2 used as mothership for X-9 program
3 crashed into Bush River near Edgewood Nov 1952.  4 crew killed.
4 TB-50A. 59th WRS. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1955
46-6 ... 46-15
Boeing B-50A-5-BO Superfortress
MSN 15726/15735
6 was carrier for X-1. Destroyed on Nov 9, 1951
after landing with X-1 46-064.  X-1 fuel tank exploded
due to problem with gaskets in fuel tank. 
10 was *Lucky Lady II*, which made first nonstop 
flight around the world Feb 26-March 2, 1949.  Fuselage is
preserved in outside storage at Planes of Fame Museum, 
Chino, CA.
11 used as carrier aircraft for X-2.  Permanently grounded after loss of X-2 46-675 May 12, 1953,
presumably due to damage to the carrier.
15 converted to TB-50A
46-16 ... 46-25
Boeing B-50A-10-BO Superfortress
MSN 15736/15745
20 w/o Mar 23, 190 22 mi NNE of Sentinel, USA
21 crashlanded in Choctawhatchee Bay, FL Jan 5, 1950, killing 2 of the 11 crew.
22 damaged Apr 10, 1950 at Lakenheath, UK.
46-26 ... 46-35
Boeing B-50A-15-BO Superfortress
MSN 15746/15755
46-36 ... 46-45
Boeing B-50A-20-BO Superfortress
MSN 15756/15765
36 used as J57 testbed
40 (43rd BG, 64th BS) suffered loss of propeller on #3 engine 15 min after takeoff
from Davis-Monthan AFB, and engine vibrated
loose from its mounts and struck the forward fuselage/bomb bay, and the wing and
forward fuselage caught fire Jul 13, 1950.  Four crewmembers in rear fuselage killed in crash,
rest parachuted to safety.
46-46 ... 46-60
Boeing B-50A-25-BO Superfortress
MSN 15766/15780
47 (43rd BG, 63rd BS) crshed Nov 16 1950 53 mi W of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ after midair
collision with KB-29 44-70024.  7 of 13 crew killed.
49 (43rd BW, 63rd BS) collided with B-50A 47-101 Jul 17, 1953 and crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB.
4 parachuted to safety, one killed in parachute attempt, 7 were were unable to bail out and
were killed when plane crashed.  47-101 landed safely.
60 (43rd BW, 65th BS) based at RAF Lakenheath crashed near Isleham, UK Oct 13, 1949.  Crew of 12 killed.
46-61 ... 46-61
Boeing YB-50C Superfortress
Project cancelled.  May have been MSN 15781.
46-62 ... 46-64
Bell XS-1
62 assigned to NACA Muroc Flight Test Unit, later the NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later 
the High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA.  Named *Glamourous Glennis*, first aircraft to 
exceed Mach 1, flown by Charles E. Yeager Oct 14, 1947.  Now on display in National Air and Space 
Museum, Washington, DC.
63 designated X-1-2, converted to X-1E in order to pursue the goals originally set for the X-1D and X-1-3, 
both lost by explosions during 1951. Named ‘Little Joe’.  First flew on 15 December 1955
Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later the High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA
Permanently grounded after its 26th flight, during November 1958, due to the discovery of structural 
cracks in the fuel tank wall.  Now on display outside NASA Armstronc Flight Research Center at Edwards 
AFB, CA
64 assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA.
Destroyed Nov 9, 1951 while underneath B-50 46-006 while being defueled after landing.  B-50 also destroyed.
46-674 ... 46-675
Bell XS-2
Redesignated X-2 in 1948.  An X-plane research aircraft built to investigate flight characteristics in 
the Mach 2–3 range. The X-2 was a rocket-powered, swept-wing research aircraft developed jointly 
in 19945 by Bell Aircraft Corporation, the U.S. Air Force and the National Advisory Committee for 
Aeronautics (NACA) to explore aerodynamic problems of supersonic flight and to expand the speed 
and altitude regimes obtained with the earlier X-1 series of research aircraft.
674 assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA
Following a drop launch from a modified B-50 bomber, the first unpowered glide flight of an X-2 at 
Edwards Air Force Base took place on June 27,  1952.  First powered flight 18 November 1955.
Made seven glide flights, 10 powered flights.
Lost Sep 27, 1956 after completing first ever Mach 3 flight when Capt. Milburn Apt
lost control of the plane and crashed 20 mi E of Edwards AFB, CA.  Capt Apt was killed.
675 assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB.  Exploded in belly of B-50 
mothership 48-096 May 12, 1953 and was dropped into Lake Ontario.  Bell test
pilot Jean "Skip" Ziegler and Bell flight engineer Frank Wslko killed.  The B-50 landed safely and was
then scrapped
47-098 ... 47-112
Boeing B-50A-30-BO Superfortress
MSN 15782/15796
104 damaged Feb 6, 1950 in landing accident at Gray AFB, Texas.
105 lost Sept 23, 1950, Goose Bay, Labrador
110 (2nd BG) w/o Dec 22, 1949 near Savannah, Georgia when crashed into swamp land 5 min after
takeoff from Chatham AFB. All 11 on board killed.
47-113 ... 47-117
Boeing B-50A-35-BO Superfortress
MSN 15797/15801
47-118 ... 47-127
Boeing B-50B-40-BO Superfortress
MSN 15802/15811
All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
118 retained by the factory for test work under
designation EB-50B.  Tested tandem mainwheel undercarriage, and later used to test "caterpillar track"
landing gear.  Converted back to conventional landing gear system and used for other test projects.
119 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.
120 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
Squadron, 6091st Recon Squadron.  To storage at MASDC Sep 1961, declared surplus Oct 1961.
121 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1966.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
122 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modifed
to RB-50F.  To MASDC Apr 29, 1966.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
123 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modified
to RB-50F.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1965.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
124 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  
125 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Later modified to RB-50F, to MASDC Jul 29, 1964  
126 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
Squadron, 6091st Recon Squadron.  To MASDC Jul 1961, declared surplus Sep 1961.
127 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  
47-128 ... 47-137
Boeing B-50B-45-BO Superfortress
MSN 15812/15821
All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
128/132, 135 modified as RB-50E for special
photographic missions.
134, 137 modified as RB-50F with navigational 
radar.
129 modified as RB-50E for special photographic missions.  Served with 7406th Support
Squadron, 6091st Recon Suqcdron, to storage at MASDC Jun 1961.  Declared surplus
Sep 1961.
133 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D-type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D
(RB-50G, 6091st Recon Squadron) disappeared over Sea of Japan Sep 10, 1956 out of Yokota AB, Japan.
Probably went down in Typhoon Emma.
134 converted to RB-50F.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1964.  Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
136 modified as RB-50G ELINT Jul 1950, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Jun 1961.
137 converted to RB-50F.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1966.  Declared excess
Oct 30, 1967
47-138 ... 47-147
Boeing B-50B-50-BO Superfortress
MSN 15822/15831
All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
138 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 12, 1966.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
139 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC May 25, 1966.
Declared excess Jul 29, 1968.
140 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1964.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
141 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Mar 31, 1965.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
142 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
143 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
144 converted to RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Oct 1, 1964.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
145 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
Shot down Jul 27, 1953 south of Askold Island near Vladivostok, USSR by MiG-17s over the sea.
18 on board, several prisoners, 1 survivor.
146 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 5, 1966.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
147 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
47-148 ... 47-157
Boeing B-50B-55-BO Superfortress
MSN 15832/15841
All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
148/154, 156,157 modified as RB-50G ELINT with 
additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
157 modified to RB-50G Oct 1950.  To MASDC Aug 1961.  
Dropped from inventory as surplus Oct 1961.
47-158 ... 47-162
Boeing B-50B-60-BO Superfortress
MSN 15842/15846
All later modified to RB-50B configuration.
158 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar
159 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC May 11, 1966.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
160 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1965.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967
161 modified as RB-50G ELINT with additional radar and B-50D type nose, sometimes referred to as RB-50D.
162 modified as RB-50F with navigational radar.  To MASDC Jul 29, 1965.
Declared excess Oct 30, 1967.
47-163 ... 47-170
Boeing B-50D-65-BO Superfortress
MSN 15847/15854
163 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50.  To
MASDC as KB-50J Feb 17, 1965.
164 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50
167 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50
170 converted to TB-50D aircrew trainer.  Later converted to KB-50.  Later converted to 
KB-50D, prototype for later KB-50J and KB-50K programs.  To AMARC
as KB-50J Jun 26, 1964.
48-046 ... 48-052
Boeing B-50D-70-BO Superfortress
MSN 15855/15861
All converted to TB-50D aircrew trainers and later to KB-50 tankers
046 converted to KB-50D, prototype for subsequent KB-50J and KB-50K programs.
047 converted to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
048 damaged in taxi accident Jan 19, 1950 at McClellan AFB, California.
049 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC.   Decleared excess Feb 29, 1964
052 burned on ground at Birmingham MAP Jan 9, 1957 while being converted into KB-50 tanker.
48-053 ... 48-062
Boeing B-50D-75-BO Superfortress
MSN 15862/15871
053 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
054 converted to KB-50J.  Damaged on ground at MacDill AFB Nov 5, 1962 when airman accidentally fired a rocket pod 
on another F-84F aircraft during weapons maintenance.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
056 damaged May 8, 1950 at Offutt AFB, Nebraska
057 converted to KB-50
059 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
061 converted to KB-50
062 converted to KB-50.  With 662nd ARS (England AFB) blew up in midair SW of Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 9, 1962.
All 11 crew killed.
48-063 ... 48-072
Boeing B-50D-80-BO Superfortress
MSN 15872/15881
063 converted to KB-50
064 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
065 converted to KB-50J.   Crashed (421st ARS) in Thailand Oct 14, 1964 shortly after takeoff on 
training mission while supporting Yankee missions over Laos.  Corrosion found in wreckage
led to early retirement of KB-50 fleet and its replacement with KC-135s.
066 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  To MASDC Mar 23, 1965.
067 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
068 converted to JTB-50D as mother ship for X-7/XQ-5 programs
069 used as mother ship for X-9 program.  Modified as DB-50D and used in a Bell GAM-63 tests at Holloman AFB
between Jun 1953 and Nov 1954.
070 w/o Jan 10, 1951 near Edwards AFB when it struck a
ridge while flying in overcast.  All aboard killed.
48-073 ... 48-082
Boeing B-50D-85-BO Superfortress
MSN 15882/15891
073 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Collided in midair with 48-089 Jan 8, 1953 near Hunter AFB, GA.
48-089 crashed, 48-073 survived.
074 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1965.  Declared
excess Mar 23, 1965.
075 converted to DB-50D Rascal launcher
076 converted to WB-50.  Damaged in landing at MacDill AFB, Florida Jun 6, 1950
078 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  Assigned to 622nd AFRES, Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  blew up in midair SW of Kindley AFB,
Bermuda Feb 9 1962.  All 11 crew killed.
079 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared
excess Mar 23, 1965.
080 converted to KB-50
081 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared
excess Mar 23, 1965
082 converted to KB-50.  With 662nd ARS (England AFB) blew up in midair SW of Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 9, 1962.
All 11 crew killed.
48-083 ... 48-092
Boeing B-50D-90-BO Superfortress
MSN 15892/15901
083 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
084 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
085 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
086 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
087 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
088 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared
excess Mar 23, 1965
089 crashed after midair collision with 48-073 Jan 8, 1953, near Hunter AFB, GA.  All crew killed.
48-073 survived.
090 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared excess
Mar 23, 1965.
092 damaged in landing accident Jan 31, 1950 at Lakenheath, UK 
48-093 ... 48-102
Boeing B-50D-95-BO Superfortress
MSN 15902/15911
093 converted to KB-50J.  I have it as a WB-50D with 58 WRS which crashed and burned on
takeoff from Eielson AFB, AK Jan 17, 1957 with ll killed.
094 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
095 converted to WB-50D.  To MASDC May 19, 1965.  Declared excess
May 24, 1966
096 converted to EB-50D as mothership for X-2 program.  Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research 
Station, Edwards AFB, CA.  On May 12, 1953, X-2 46-675 exploded in belly of the
B-50 mothership, X-2 was dropped into Lake Ontario, and mothership limped back to Niagara Falls Airport, but never
flew again.
097 converted to WB-50D.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
098 converted to KB-50J.  I have it as a WB-50D with 56 WRS which crashed during
night approach at Yokota AB, Japan Dec 28, 1956.  10 killed, 2 survived.
099 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
101 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
102 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
48-103 ... 48-112
Boeing B-50D-100-BO Superfortress
MSN 15912/15921
103 converted to KB-50
105 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Also converted to KB-50J
106 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
107 converted to KB-50.  To MASDC Jan 1965.  Declared surplus Mar 1965
108 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC May 31, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 24, 1966
109 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
48-113 ... 48-127
Boeing B-50D-105-BO Superfortress
MSN 15994/16008
113 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
114 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Was 
at WPAFB for many years, but is now at MacDill AFB, FL
116 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
117 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  With 622nd ARS, experienced massive left wing fire after failure of the turbine wheel on
the left auxiliary J47 engine and crashed into sea about 6 mi from Bermuda Oct 20, 1963.  Of the 8 aboard, all
survived except the aircraft commander and a passenger mechanic.
118 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964.
119 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
121 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
122 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Crashed with 56th WRS
1 hour after takeoff from Yokota AB, Japan Sep 8, 1960.  11 killed.
123 converted to KB-50, in 1956 carried out first triple-point refuelling operation by
a KB-50D. later to KB-50J
124 modified as WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
125 converted to KB-50, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.   Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
127 modified as RB-50D under Project Dream Boat by TEMCO and delivered 
to 7406th Support Squadron Apr 1956.  To MASDC May 20, 1965 and dropped from
inventory as surplus Mar 24, 1966.
48-1384 ... 48-1384
Bell X-1A
First flight, unpowered, on Feb 14, 1953 at Edwards AFB; first powered flight on Feb 21, 1953.
Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, later the High-Speed Flight Station, 
Edwards AFB, CA, Sep 1954.
Intended to investigate aerodynamic phenomena at speeds greater than Mach 2 and altitudes greater 
than 90,000 ft.
The aircraft was lost on August 8, 1955 when the aircraft exploded while being prepared on the 
ground for launch from the RB-50 mothership
48-1386 ... 48-1386
Bell X-1D
The first of the second generation of supersonic rocket planes. To be used for heat transfer research.
Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA
On Jul 24, 1951 the X-1D was launched over Rogers Dry Lake, on what was to become the only successful 
flight of its career. The unpowered glide was completed after a nine-minute descent, but upon landing, 
the nose landing gear failed and the aircraft slid ungracefully to a stop. Repairs took several weeks 
to complete and a second flight was scheduled for mid-August. 
On Aug 22, 1951, the X-1D was lost in a fuel explosion during preparations for the first powered flight. 
The aircraft was destroyed upon impact after it was jettisoned into Rogers Dry Lake from its EB-50A 
mothership.
49-200 ... 49-206
Cancelled contract for Boeing B-54A
originally designated B-50C
49-207 ... 49-229
Cancelled contract for Boeing RB-54A
originally designated RB-50C
49-260 ... 49-292
Boeing B-50D-110-BO Superfortress
MSN 16036/16068
260 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft. To MASDC. Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
261 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Made wheels-up landing (53rd WRS)
at RAF Muldenhall, England Dec 15, 1959. SOC Jan 21, 1960 and dismantled for spares.
263 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
264 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
265 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
266 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
267 (97th BG) crashed Jul 13, 1950 in rural Ohio.  All aboard killed.  Witnesses
saw the plane spinning out of the base of a storm system, engines screaming,
breaking up and boring into the ground.
268 crashed on takeoff from Boeing Field Aug 13, 1951.  All aboard killed.
269 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23,1965
270 (341st BS, 97th BG) hit trees on takeoff and crashed 1 mi N of Abbington Piggott, UK Feb 3, 1951.
271 (509th BW, 830th BS) stalled and crashed near Lakenheath, UK Jun 24, 1952.  All 11 aboard
killed.  Was one of 11 aircraft formating in a turn, may have stalled in order to 
avoid a collision.
274 damaged Jun 12, 1950 near Sioux Falls, South Dakota
275 damaged in landing accident at Burtonwood, UK Aug 20, 1950.
277 (97th BG, 342nd BS) crashed Nov 15, 1950 15 mi NNW of Montpelier, France due to total
loss of electrical power and windmilling of no 4 engine.  All crew
parachuted to safety.
279 Biggs AFB Salvaged 19 Apr 1951
280 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 29, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
281 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
282 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 21, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
284/288 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
289 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
290 damaged in taxi accident at Eniwetok Mar 30, 1951.
291 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
49-293 ... 49-325
Boeing B-50D-115-BO Superfortress
MSN 16069/16101
293 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
295 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Assigned to 54th WRS at
Andersen AFB, Guam.  Disappeared on mission into Typhoon Ophelia 
Jan 15, 1958.  10 on board missing.
296 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
298 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
300 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
302 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
304 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  With 59th WRS.  Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda Nov 1955.
Named "Bermuda Sunshine"
307 modified Dec 1955 to RB-50D configuration under Project Dream Boat by TEMCO and delivered
to 7406th Support Squadron in May 1956.  At one point it was equipped with a cable and
winch to test feasibility of towing a fighter.  To 2704th Aircraft Storage
and Disposition Group (AMC), Davis Monthan AFB May 1960.  Dropped
from inventory as surplus Jun 1960
308 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
309 converted to KB-50 tanker.  Damaged in landing accident at Robins AFG, Georgia May 23, 1950
310 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Temporarily designated JB-50D
while used for experimental work in testing new detection devices.  To MASDC Sep 10, 1965.
Now on display at WPAFB Museum. 
311 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Jun 4, 1965.  Declared excess May 31, 1966.
312 modified to RB-50D configuration under Project Dream Boat by TEMCO and delivered 
to 7406th Support Squadron in March 1956.  To MASDC Nov 1959 and declared surplus Jun 1960.
313 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Sep 11, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 29, 1966
315 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Assigned to 58 WRS at
Eielson AFB, AK.  Named "The Golden Heart".  Crashed 1 hr after takeoff Aug 31, 1956.  11 killed.
316 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 20, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
317 converted to KB-50J.  W/o in Belgium Aug 13, 1958
318 (93rd BW) w/o at Mildenhall, UK Oct 19, 1950.  Left wing dropped while landing and underwing
tank struck ground and caught fire.  Aircraft slewed off the runway and left wing and
fuselage were badly damaged by fire.  Crew escaped unhurt. 
319 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Nov 24, 1964.  Declared excess Mar 2, 1965.
320 converted to KB-50 tanker
321 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 27, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
322 converted to KB-50 tanker
323 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
324 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
49-326 ... 49-358
Boeing B-50D-120-BO Superfortress
MSN 16102/16134
326 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  In ground accident at Hickham AFB, Hawaii Feb 17, 1965 while
transiting to MASDC and became dumped at Hickham.
328 converted to KB-50 tanker.  (431st ARS)  crashed 6 nm NE of
Biggs AFB, El Paso, TX during landing approach Mar 5, 1961.  All 9 onboard killed.
329 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Assigned to 54 WRS at
Andersen AFB, Guam.  Crashed on landing Dec 3, 1956.  No injuries,
but aircraft was destroyed.
330 was last B-50D to be phased out of Strategic Air Command, when withdrawn
from 97th BW at Biggs AFB, TX Oct 20, 1955.  Later 
converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 5, 1965.
331 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
332 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1965.  Declared excess Jun 21, 1966
333 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Nov 24, 1964.  Declared excess Mar 2, 1965.
334 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  W/o Dec 27, 1962.
335 converted to KB-50 tanker
337 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  With 59th WRS, detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda.
Transferred to Hunter AFB Jan 1964
338 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1965.
Declared excess Jun 21, 1966
341 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
342 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
343 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Assigned to 59 WRS at
Kindley AFB, Bermuda.  Lost on weather track Feb 4, 1959 with 12
killed.  Crash was observed by a Japanese freighter about 2 hours
after takeoff.
344 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
345 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
346 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
347 converted to KB-50 tanker
348 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
349 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
350 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
351 (MSN 16127) converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft, named "Flight of the Phoenix".  To MASDC Oct 6, 1965.
Now on display at Castle Air Museum, California
352 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.  Later to KB-50J. To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
353 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
354 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess May 11, 1964
355 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
356 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
357 converted to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 16, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
358 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
49-359 ... 49-391
Boeing B-50D-125-BO Superfortress
MSN 16135/16167
359 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  Crashed at RAF Sculthorpe, England Sep 9, 1959 (420th ARS)
360 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Aug 14, 1964
361 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
363 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
364 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
365 converted to KB-50 tanker
366 converted to KB-50 tanker
367 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
368 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
369 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
371 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
372 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 27, 1965
for storage.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
373 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964.
374 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
375 converted to WB-50D weather recon aircraft.
376 converted to KB-50J.  TO MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964.
377 converted to KB-50 tanker
378 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jun 26, 1964
379 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
380 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
381 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964.
382 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1965.  Decleared excess Feb 23, 1965.
383 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  Last aircraft to leave RAF Schulthorpe for MASDC in early 1964.
Declared excess Jul 16, 1964
384 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 18, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965
385 converted to KB-50 tanker
386 (93rd BW) crashed 13 mi W of Gridley, CA Jan 13, 1953, killing all 12 on board.
387 converted to KB-50 tanker
388 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC Jan 26, 1965.  Declared excess Mar 23, 1965.
389 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  Put on display at WPAFB museum, marked 
as KB-50J 48-014.  Now on display at MacDill AFB, Tampa, Florida. To go to Air
Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, DE
390 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J.  To MASDC.  Declared excess Jul 16, 1964.
391 converted to KB-50 tanker, later to KB-50J
49-879 ... 49-1006
Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
MSN 580-5029/5156.  Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
879 used as chase plane at Edwards AFB
882 (81st FBW) crashed 2 mi SW of RAF Bentwaters Jan 16, 1957
883 (36th FBW) crashed at Walldrun, (West) Germany Mar 29, 1951.
884 (MSN 580-5034) to KLu in 1964 as M-48.  SOC May 5, 1972.  To N652
885 (7101st ABW) crashed 1/2 mi S of Jacobsweiler, (West) Germany
Dec 5, 1961 after collision with RCAF T-33AN 21646
while enroute from Chateauroux to Wiesbaden
905 crashed near Selfridge AFB, MI Jan 28, 1951, killing both occupants. 
Pilot was WW2 ace Major Don Gentile
910 to MASDC 
912 to MASDC
920 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Nov 27, 1957 to Sep 15, 1965.  Registered as NASA 720.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations
923 (MSN 580-5073. To French AF as 90923.  To Singapore AF February 1982; ferry 
registration was F-BLUE
934 to US Navy as TO-2 BuNo 124570
938 equipped with tow line attachment on nose for towing by B-50D 49-307.
939 assigned to Warner-Robbins AFB, FL.
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 26, 1957 to Feb 3, 1958
Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA.  To MASDC Sept 20, 1961
945 assigned 3808th  Base Flight Squadron, Maxwell AFB, AL.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 23, 1958 to Jun 27, 1959.
Assigned to Armed Forces Special Weapons Center (AFSWC), Air Research and Development 
Command (ARDC), Kirtland AFB, NM
946 (7101st ABW) crashed 4 mi NNW of Ciampino AP, Rome Jan 19, 1963
948 to MASDC
954 w/o Aug 31, 1955 in crash 26 mi SW of Atlanta, Georgia.  Pilot lost.
955 on display at VFW Post 781, North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
965 crashed May 18, 1953
975 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed after takeoff from Clark AFB, Philippines
Jul 13, 1950 after engine flamed out.  2 crew survived with injuries.
980 crashed at K-2 Mar 6, 1952.
982 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) lost Sep 6, 1952.
988 (49th FBG, HQ) crashed on landing at Taegu, Korea May 16, 1951.
993 crashed near K-14, Korea Nov 13, 1950.
998 (MSN 580-5148) to Mexican AF a JE-001.  W/op Dec 3, 1981
1000 (406th FBW) crashed into sea off Margate, England Nov 20, 1952
1001 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
1002 (7206th SG) crashed at Athens AP, Greece Dec 12, 1961
1003 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
1004 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Apr 22, 1963, dumped and
subsequently scrapped.
1005 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963.
1006 (MSN 580-5156) to Netherlands AF for spares use only.
49-1491 ... 49-1756
North American T-28A Trojan
Model NA-159.  MSN 159-1, 159-4/268.  Steve Darke has published several T-28 documents and a production list spreadsheet.  
The information below amplifies data previously sent.
Information from ThaiAviation.net, logbookmag.com/databases and amarcexperience.com.
Many converted to GT-28A and T-28D, others to Navy as T-28C/D for FMS.
T-28D was ex-USAF T-28A converted for COIN role from 1962 with 1425 hp Wright R-1820 engine.  Two ordnance
pylons and one large gun pod under each wing (no internal ammunition storage).  No belly
speed brake.  Sequence #1 to 131.
T-28D-5 was T-28D converted from 1965.  Wing strengthening modifications, internal ammunition in wings, smaller
faired gun pods.  3 ordnance pylons under each wing.  R-1820 engine.  No belly speed brake.  Sequence #132 to 311.
1491 (MSN 159-1) First flight 24Sep49.  [this aircraft appears to have been the ‘prototype’, that is, it seems to 
have flown before both XT-28 aircraft].  Delivered to USAF 19Jul49.  Assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
SOC 28Jul49. Used as static test airframe.  
1492 (MSN 159-4) To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 12Sep57
To civil registry as N7492C, cancelled Aug 22, 1963 on export to Nicaraguan AF.
1493 (MSN 159-5) to Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
Registered N7680C; cancelled 8Aug74.  Returned to USAF as 49-1493, 27Dec67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 28Dec67.  Rebuilt as T-28D-5 (#285) In 1970.  
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 19Jul68. SOC 15Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-86/11
W/o near Udon, Thailand Feb 28, 1983.
1494 (MSN 159-6) assigned to Edwards AFB, CA, and used in a 250 flight hour Accelerated Service Test.
Redesignated JT-28A.  Assigned to Air Training Command.  To US Air Force Museum in Sep 1965
1495 (MSN 159-7) assigned to Edwards AFB, CA, and used in a 250 flight hour Accelerated Service Test.
To MASDC as TA134 Jan 24, 1969.  Bought at DoD sale 23Aug78.  on civil register as N9019V Jan 1979,, cancelled.  
Registered N2800A Jun 1979.  To Wings of History Museum of Flight Sep 18, 2002.
1496 (MSN 159-8) assigned to Edwards AFB, CA, and used in a 250 flight hour Accelerated Service Test.
Assigned to Flight Test Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Redesignated ET-28A.  Redesignated JT-28A.
Accident 16Oct50 due to mechanical failure taxying at Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, OH.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 17Feb58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 29Jul66.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#223)Converted to T-28D-5, line number 223.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Aug66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] and to Royal Lao AF as 49-1496 Aug 7, 1966. 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos.  Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army 
Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3407, 1975.  Sold and shipped to Australia 1988.  Registered N1496K May90; Reregistered N2496
Registered N2496 Jun90 as a North American/Kenney NA-260 Nomad; current [Nov15]
Substantially damaged 7Dec91 at Bermuda Dunes, CA. The aircraft departed for a local area flight. About 300 feet 
above the ground, the engine lost power. The pilot executed an emergency landing in an open field with the landing 
gear retracted. During the landing, one propeller blade separated from the engine and struck the right wing, 
damaging the wing spar. The occupants were not injured. A post accident examination of the engine found no 
mechanical failure. During repair of the wings, the military style self-sealing fuel bladders self-seal lining were 
found deteriorated and the fuel screens were partially blocked by the fuel cell material.
1497 (MSN 159-9) delivered to USAF 27Apr50 [sic]. SOC 28Jun50
Written off 9Mar50 whilst on pre-delivery test flight when the aircraft stalled & crashed at the east end of 
runway 25L at Los Angeles [LAX], CA, when attempting a landing after the cowling detached and struck the port 
wing during a dive at 5,000ft. Undercarriage failure caused a belly landing; damaged beyond repair. Pilot was 
the famous test pilot Jean L "Skip" Ziegler, who escaped uninjured. (Ziegler was killed test flying the Bell X-3 prototype in 1953).
1498 (MSN 159-10) to the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58
Registered N9629C; cancelled.
1499 (MSN 159-11)Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX.
Accident 22May53 when landing at Bryan AFB, TX.  Crashed and destroyed 19Oct54 near Bryan AFB, TX during a night n
avigation training exercise
1500 (MSN 159-12) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 17Feb58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 23Jul66.
Converted to T-28D-5 (#222)  Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Aug66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao AF.  W/o in North Vietnamese army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos Jul 16, 1967
1501 (MSN 159-13) to the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3219G; cancelled
1502	(MSN 159-14) assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK.
Accident 18Apr51 due to mechanical failure taking off at Tinker AFB, OK.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N2895G to California Airmotive 13Apr59; cancelled 29Apr63. Believed scrapped Mar60
1503 (MSN 159-15) Assigned to LAPFO Los Angeles IAP, CA
Accident 16Jun50 due to mechanical failure taking off at Los Angeles IAP, CA.
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX.
Mid air collision 14Oct51 with T-28A 49-1739 1 mile north of Bryan AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58
Registered N7668C May59; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 22Oct12. 
Returned to USAF as 49-1503, 22May68.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 23May68
Converted to T-28D-5, line number 316.  Back to USAF for conversion to T-28D-5 (#316).  Assigned to 
Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1503/0-91503. Written off 8Feb71; probably one of 2 T-28s burnt at Vientiane on 8 February 71
1504 (MSN 159-16) assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 21Jan58. Reclaimed 1Sep58.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 15Jul66.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 221.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 7Aug66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 49-1504/0-91504. Written off 7Nov66
1505 (MSN 159-17) delivered to USAF 19Jul50 at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58.
Registered N3707G Nov59; cancelled 17Jun70.  Damaged in collision on the ground with Bell 47G-1 helicopter Mar 19, 1967 
whilst taxying at Addison, Dallas, Texas. The helicopter caught fire and was destroyed: fire spread to the T-28A, 
severely damaging the airframe.  Purchased as a wreck by Smith & Smith and sat in Death Valley until 2009 when it was 
purchased for restoration.Registration N849JG assigned 12Nov10 but ntu; cancelled 29Jun11
1506 (MSN 159-18) assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK.  Accident 21Aug50 due to mechanical failure at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
Registered N9612C; revoked 14Jan71, cancelled 26Feb13. Returned to USAF as 49-1506, 16May68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 17May68.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 315.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Jan70.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1506/0-91506. 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos.  Escaped to Thailand May75.
To Philippine Air Force 1975 as 49-1506/91506
1507 (MSN 159-19) assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK.  Accident 13Feb51 at Scott AFB, IL.
Assigned to Amarillo Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX.  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan 
AFB, AZ, 16Feb59.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 16Jul66.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 220
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
1508 (MSN 159-20) assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA.
Accident 11Jan52 due to mechanical failure taking off at Moody AFB, GA.
Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 19Mar58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 24Jun66.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 219.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1508/0-91508. Written off 19Jul69
1509 (MSN 159-21) to the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. 
Registered N3664G; cancelled 9Dec70. 
1510 (MSN 159-22) Delivered to USAF 12Jul50 at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 14Nov51 due to mechanical failure landing at Barksdale AFB, LA
Mid air collision 7Feb53 with T-28 51-3534 10 miles SE of Bryan AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59
Registered N3670G 14Jan60; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 16Jul13. 
Returned to USAF as 49-1510, 4Jan68.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 5Jan68
Converted to T-28D-5, line number 286.  Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 13Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1510/0-91510. W/o 2Aug71
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1511 (MSN 159-23) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Crashed 6Jul51 due to engine failure landing at Woodring Municipal Airport, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3215G; cancelled 
1512 (MSN 159-24) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Crashed 16Feb53 due to engine failure 14 miles NNE of Novasota, TX
1513 (MSN 159-25) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N9879C 16Nov59; cancelled 26Jun64 on export to Dominican Republic
Sold to Dominican Republic Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de República Dominicana 17Jun64 as 2801
Registered HI-315 Oct78.  Registered N300AF 6Feb80; current Nov15
1514 (MSN 159-26) Delivered to USAF 8Jul50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 19Sep58
Registered N9669C 16Nov59; cancelled 4Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1514, 9Jan68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH 10Jan68.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 287
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 13Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1514/0-91514. W/o 3Dec68
1515 (MSN 159-27) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58.
Registered N7708C 1960; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 22Oct12
Crashed 10Apr68 at Holbrook, AZ, due to engine failure caused by a sheared shaft in the fuel pump. This had, 
in turn, been caused by an undetermined contamination in fuel screen. Left wing of aircraft struck ground in 
turn whilst circling on final approach to Holbrook, Arizona
1516 (MSN 159-28) to civil registry as N510MH then N10WX
Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 9Feb51 due to structural failure at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
Registered N7665C Apr58; reregistered N510MH Feb67
Registered N510MH Feb67. Registered to Institute of Atmospheric Sciences, Rapid City, SD, 30Mar70; reregistered N10WX 15May98
The armored T-28A, flew weather research 30 years for the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences, South Dakota Schools of 
Mining & Technology.  It was designed in the late 60's in response to the Russian's claim they could modify weather at will.  
The T-28 was fitted with scientific measuring instruments and added structural strength to study hail and weather 
modification techniques.  Research gradually evolved into severe storm penetration to study the micro-physical aspects 
within the storm.  In later years it was used to study tornado producing storms.  The T-28 was the only aircraft, 
at the time that was able to withstand the forces of a level 6 (55 dBz) thunderstorm.   
Williamson Aircraft Co. (headed by Robin Williamson) contracted to outfit the aircraft for hailstorm penetrations. 
This work began in 1968 and was carried on through 1969.   After the modifications were complete, the T-28 was capable of 
performing hailstorm penetrations to altitudes up to about 25,000 ft (7.6 km) and was able to withstand impacts of 
hailstones up to 7.5 cm in diameter at 100 m/s relative speed with minimal damage. Some meteorological instrumentation 
was installed and the aircraft made some test flights during the summer of 1969 at Rapid City, South Dakota, and 
Flagstaff, Arizona, for the primary purpose of determining its capacity for carrying heavy loads of structural ice. 
It was found that the aircraft could handle up to an inch of ice with only a relatively small increase in speed 
to maintain controllability. Since the T-28 was to be used in summer thunderstorms where a layer of warm air would be 
present between icing zones and the ground, icing was not felt to be a major problem.
At this time, ownership of the T-28 passed to the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences at the South Dakota School of Mines 
and Technology. The Institute's Director, Dr. Richard Schleusener, was a leading figure in the U.S. hail research 
effort at that time and had actively supported MacCready's concept of an armored aircraft for hailstorm penetrations.
In 1969, a military technical order (TO) revealed that the aircraft needed strengthening of the wing main spar to keep 
it airworthy. This order came as a result of extensive military experience with T-28 aircraft, including some wing 
failures during high-g aerobatic maneuvers. The T-28 was therefore sent to the Naval Air Rework Facility at Pensacola, 
Florida, for wing spar strengthening.
The T-28 returned to active duty in time to make a few cloud penetrations prior to the end of the 1970 hail season in 
Colorado. These operations with the Joint Hail Research Project proved the viability of the T-28 as a thunderstorm 
research platform. Fifteen cloud penetrations into increasingly larger storms were made to build confidence in the system.
Engine problems and other experiences in 1971 led to the conclusion that the T-28 required a significant change in the 
engine and an updating of the basic aircraft. As a result, in 1972 the aircraft was sent back to the Naval Air Rework 
Facility at Pensacola, Florida, to be upgraded with extensive airframe updating and installation of a more state-of-the-art 
engine (R-1820-86A) and a stronger propeller. These changes increased engine power from 1200 to 1425 horsepower. 
After the Naval Air Rework Facility accomplished these changes, the T-28 was in outstanding mechanical condition. 
It made nearly 200 research flights from 1972 through 1976 in support of the National Hail Research Experiment (NHRE) 
without further modifications. Then, structural strengthening in the tail section was accomplished by the Naval Air 
Rework Facility in 1977 in response to another TO.
Two more successful field seasons, involving thunderstorm studies in Colorado, Florida, and Oklahoma, followed in 1978 
and 1979 before a mishap on a slippery runway necessitated replacement of the engine and propeller in 1980. The replacement 
engine was identical to the damaged one. However, the replacement propeller was a shortened model used for carrier-based 
aircraft; this resulted in an estimated 15% increase in rate of fuel consumption with a corresponding decrease of 15 min 
in flight duration but no significant loss in other performance characteristics.
The T-28 participated in summer field programs almost every year from 1972 through 2003. Overhauls of the last engine 
in 1981 and 1982 left the T-28 in the late 1990's with a low-time engine (600 hours) having a life expectancy 
equivalent to nearly another decade of field seasons. Another long-blade propeller was located in 1987 and was 
installed on the aircraft to return its endurance to the former levels.
Registered N10WX 15May98; current Nov15.  N10WX was retired in 2005 with the plan that it would be placed on display 
at the Strategic Air & Space Museum in Nebraska, however, the museum chose to exercise an agreement clause that allowed them 
to sell the T-28 for cash.   Mark Clark purchased it for scrap parts.  When the "Storm" community heard about it, they were 
able to acquire the remaining bulk of the aircraft and truck it to Norman, OK where it's currently stored in a hanger.  T
The plan now is to rebuild it for display at the proposed National Weather Museum across from the National Weather Center 
in Norman, OK.
1517 (MSN 159-29) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 19Sep58
Registered N9898C  9Feb59; revoked 14Jan77
1518 (MSN 159-30) Written off 6Feb57
1519 (MSN 159-31) Delivered to USAF 22Jul50 to Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registration N3185G ntu.  Registered N8098H; cancelled 20Jan76.	 Returned to USAF as 49-1519, 13May68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 314.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 16Jan70.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force  as 49-1519/0-91519
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3408, 1975. 
Stored, derelict at Thong Hi Hin AB, Xieng Khouang, Laos, 1975-1988. Sold to Australia 1988
Registered VH-AVC 22May91.  Impounded at Archerfield, Brisbane, QLD, Australia by Australian government for tax liabilities 18Apr06
1520 (MSN 159-32) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
Registered N3216G; cancelled 2Mar82 on export to Canada
Registered C-GTDG Mar82; cancelled 8Sep88.  Registered N7038U 27Sep88. Registered as a North American/Walker T-28A; current Nov15
1521 (MSN 159-33) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 5Oct50 landing at Vance AFB, OK.  Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59.
Registered N3665G; cancelled 8Oct65
1522 (MSN 159-34) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 23Aug50 due to mechanical failure taking off at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 9Jun58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 218
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 22Jun66.  To Ethiopian Air Force Jun 22, 1966.
1523 (MSN 159-35) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 217
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1523/0-91523 Jul 21, 1966
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Damaged by a North Vietnamese Army sapper attack at Luang Prabang, Laos, 16Jul67. W/o 9Dec68
1524 (MSN 159-36) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 20Jan58. Reclaimed 1Dec58. To Museum
Returned to USAF as 49-1524, 18Aug64.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. 
Converted to T-28D-5, line number 216.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 22Jun66.
To Ethiopian Air Force Jun 22, 1966.  To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 
25Feb69 as 524, code FG-524.  Crashed 7Feb70 at N’Djili, Kinshasa, DRC  during an air display
1525 (MSN 159-37) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. SOC 21Jun65. 
BoS from USAF 21Jun58.  Registered N7691C 24Mar59; reregistered.  Registered N76912; current Nov15
1526 (MSN 159-38) Assigned to Amarillo Training Center, Amarillo AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 14Feb59. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 215
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1526/0-91526 Jul 21, 1966
Written off by a small arms and rocket attack on Luang Prabang, Laos, night of 1/2Feb67
[reported to Khmer AF 1970, but unlikely]
1527 (MSN 159-39) to the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58
Registered N3217G; cancelled
1528 (MSN 159-40) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 8Sep50 due to mechanical failure landing at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
Registered N3212G; cancelled 1Mar63.  Returned to USAF as 49-1528, 17Oct66.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#254)
To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 7Nov67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 2Dec67 as 528, code FG-528.
Crashed landed 4Aug68 at Kwamouth, DRC and destroyed by fire after hitting the River Congo.
1529 (MSN 159-41) Delivered to USAF 8Aug50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 29Sep58
Registered N2808G 24Dec58; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 13Dec12.  Returned to USAF as 49-1529, 11Jan68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 288.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 13Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1529/0-91529. W/o 29/30Nov68
1530 (MSN 159-42) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 19Apr51 when the crew bailed out due to engine failure; the aircraft crashed 5 miles N of Petersburg, Hale County, Texas.
1531 (MSN 159-43) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 17Feb58. Reclaimed 1Sep58.
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#214).  Assigned to Sacramento Air 
Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 14Jul66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1531/0-91531 Jul 14, 1966.  Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
in Laos. Crash landed 1967/68 Laos; repaired
1532 (MSN 159-44) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK.
Crash landing 7Aug50 due to engine failure 4 miles east of Kremlin, OK.
Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 19Mar58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 21, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 213.
Assigned to 605th Air Commando Squadron [sic], Howard AFB, Panama.
Back To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 4May70. Departed 11May70
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 19Jul70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-89/13.
1533 (MSN 159-45) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3230G 18Feb59; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 49-1533, 18Oct66.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#253).  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 7Nov67
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 2Dec67 as 533, code FG-533.
Ditched 27Oct70 in Bay of Burton, Lake Tanganyika, DRC  after engine failure possibly caused by enemy ground fire
1534 (MSN 159-46) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N2814G 1963; current Nov15
Significantly damaged 7Aug69 at Big Bear Creek, BC, Canada. The aircraft was on a delivery flight from Anchorage, AK 
to Los Angeles, CA when it collided with wires or poles during unwarranted low flying and came to rest in water.
1535 (MSN 159-47) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 31Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
Registered N9687C 1958; Registered N91535 4Oct85; current Nov15
1536 (MSN 159-48) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 31Jan58. 
Registered N9699C; cancelled
1537 (MSN 159-49) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. 
Registered N3751G; cancelled
1538 (MSN 159-50) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 17Feb58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. 
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#212). RTS with 605th
Air Commando Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama.  Back to MASDC May 4, 1970.  Departed 9May70
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Royal Thai AF as JF13-90/13.  Preserved and on display at the south gate Prachuap Khiri Khan RTAFB, Thailand
1539 (MSN 159-51) Delivered to USAF 16Aug50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 29Jul59.
To civil registry as N3519G Sep 18, 1959, cancelled Nov 2, 1970.  Repurchased by USAF and converted to T-28D-5 (#284). 
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 21Jul66.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-87/11 in 1968.  To US civil registry as N3519G 
again, then N1F Jun 14, 1984. Registration N20CP reserved Oct 3, 2006, taken up Nov 13, 2006.  Registered N82FT 15May14; 
current Nov15
1540 (MSN 159-52) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58.
To civil registry Dec 22, 1959 as N3708G, cancelled Dec 12, 1963 on export to Nicaraguan AF as 217 
Dec 12, 1963.  To N99395 Mar 1977, current.
1541 (MSN 159-53) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3205G; cancelled 
1542 (MSN 159-54) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3208G; cancelled. Returned to USAF as 49-1542, 17Oct66.  To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. 
Converted to T-28D-5 (#252).  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 7Nov67.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 2Dec67 as 542, code FG-542.
Crashed 17Jun68 near the University of Lovanium, Kinshasa, DRC  during aerobatics.
1543 (MSN 159-55) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 5Apr57. Departed 22May57
To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA.
Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, 
Greater Peoria Airport, IL.  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 15Aug58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. 
Departed 14Jun65/  To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5 (#211).  
Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.  To Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 22Jan67.
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 11Apr67. SOC 23Sep68.
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1543/0-91543. W/o 29/30Sep68
1544 (MSN 159-56) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3234G; cancelled.  To Mexican AF as T28-975. Assigned to 204th Air Squadron To US civil registry Oct 18, 1988 as N6FY.  
Current.  On display at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX
1545 (MSN 159-57) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 17Sep58
To N6514C, registered Aug 5, 1959.  revoked Nov 24, 1971, cancelled Aug 6, 2013 as "expired".  to Ecuadorian AF as 91545,
later FAE545, Jan 1967.  Preserved and displayed at Museo Aeronautico de la Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador
as FAE 43223, code TB-229.  T-28 50-229 is also coded TB-229
1546 (MSN 159-58) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 4Aug54 landing at Selma Auxiliary Airport, AL
1547 (MSN 159-59) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 18Apr51 taxying at Vance AFB, OK.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58.
Registered N2839G.  Registration N5467H reserved Mar63 but ntu.  Registered N2839G; cancelled 8Apr65 on export to 
Dominican Republic AF as 2806.  Registered HI-283 Oct 1978 for ferry flight from Santo Domingo to Daytona Beach, FL.
To N200AF Mar 15, 1980.  Registered N228AF 10Jan94; current Nov15
Damaged 24May08 when landing at Greenville, TN with the gear retracted. The pilot was from Greenville, TN, 
approximately 50 miles to the southeast of Rogersville. He flew to Rogersville for a meeting. After the meeting, 
he was giving a ride to a former T-28 pilot who was manipulating the controls and doing such a good job that he 
did not realize as they were coming in for a landing that the landing gear was not down. He stated that he realized the 
gear had not been extended at touch down but it was too late.
1548 (MSN 159-60) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3213G; cancelled
1549 (MSN 159-61) Assigned to 3505th Pilot Training Wing, Greenville AFB, MS.
Crashed 12Jun53 due to structural failure 2 miles south of Greenville AFB, MS.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3211G; cancelled
1550 To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3237G; cancelled.
1551 (MSN 159-63) Delivered to USAF 8Sep50 at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59.
To civil registry Jan 8, 1960 as N3669G, revokded Dec 9, 1970, cancelled Dec 18 2012.  Returned to USAF Jan 17, 1968. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH and converted to T-28D-5 (#289) 
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].   To Royal Lao AF and was w/o Jul 30, 1970
1552 (MSN 159-64) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3220G; cancelled
1553 (MSN 159-65) Delivered to USAF 15Sep50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58.
Registered N2867G; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 18Sep12.  Returned to USAF as 49-1553, 18Jan68.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5 (#290).
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Aug68.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao AF and w/o in Jun 22 or 24, 1969.
1554 (MSN 159-66) Delivered to USAF 27Sep50 at Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N2891G 29Jan59; cancelled 23Dec70.  Returned to USAF as 49-1554, 14Nov67.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Convered to T-28D-5 (#283).  
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 22Aug68.
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Royal Thai AF, Leased to Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere as 49-1554/0-91554. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
Damaged Apr73 at Pochentong. Damaged Jun74 at Kompong Chang. Escaped to Thailand 1975.
To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 49-1554/91554. 
1555 (MSN 159-67) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55].
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3225G; cancelled.
1556 (MSN 159-68) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59
Registered N9107Z; cancelled 18Jun63 on export to Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
1557 (MSN 159-69) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Crash landing 17Nov50 due to engine failure 3 miles SW of Vance AFB, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N3469G; cancelled 4Jun70; Registered N3469G 13Dec76; reregistered; Registered N800DM 22Feb77; cancelled 5Dec78
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-2 Normair, line number 2
Registered N800DM 2Oct78 as a North American – Martin T-28A with c/n 1300DM; reregistered
Registered N1557A Dec79; current Nov15. Returned to stock military configuration. 
1558 (MSN 159-70) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 5Apr57. Departed 22May57
To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA 
Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, 
Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 7Aug58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 210.
Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand
Hit by debris from own bomb blast and crashed while attacking a vehicle on Route 23 near Ban Karai Pass near Ban Som Peng, Laos
Dec 25, 1967.  Both crew killed.
1559 (MSN 159-71) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 11Apr57. Departed 27May57
To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA 
Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, 
Greater Peoria Airport, IL.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 24Nov58. Departed 15Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 15, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 209
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand
With 634th Combat Support Group, 606th Air Commando Squadron hit by 37mm AAA and crashed
while attacking a moving truck on Route 911 near Ban Muong Sen, Laos Apr 1, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
1560 (MSN 159-72) Delivered to USAF 15Sep50 at Vance AFB, OK
Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK 16Sep50
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55] 25Oct55
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20Jan58. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3226G; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-977
Registered N8156U with c/n 491960; expired 30Jun11, cancelled 20Sep13
Slowly being converted into an automobile which may look like a Grumman Avenger. Located at Galena park, Texas
Currently with Jason Barnett, Galena Park, Houston.  Has the tail of Mexican AF T28-903.
1561 (MSN 159-73) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 21Jan58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. Departed 15Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 15, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 208
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 14Oct68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Oct 4, 1968 as 49-1561/0-91561 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 49-1561/91561, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. Sold 14Mar89
Shipped to Australia May90. Noted stored dismantled at Coolangatta, Australia Jan03
1562 (MSN 159-74) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3227G; cancelled 
1563 (MSN 159-75) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 15Oct59
Registered N3750G; cancelled 3Aug67 on export to Ecuador.  To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana
1564 (MSN 159-76) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N2824G; revoked 11Nov77, cancelled 24May12.  Returned to USAF as 59-1493, 12Dec67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 282
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-82/11
Collided with 51-3486 94/13 and w/o Apr 7, 1975, 
1565 (MSN 159-77) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. BoS from USAF 24Apr58
Registered N7663C 21Oct59; cancelled 29Nov00
1566 (MSN 159-78) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
Registered N3232G; cancelled 4Apr63.  Registered N3232G 5Dec77; current Nov15
1567 (MSN 159-79) Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Accident 16Jul51 landing at Vance AFB, OK.  Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59
Registered N1920G; cancelled 5Oct72
Registered N192G reserved Feb 19, 2008, taken up May 19, 2008; expired 31Mar13, cancelled 28Aug13
1569 (MSN 159-81) Assigned to 3550th Pilot Training Group, Moody AFB, GA
To the 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 16Sep62.
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 21, 1965 and converted to T-28D, line number 207. 
RTS with 631st Composite Group, Nakhon Phanon AB, Thailand.
With 56th Air Commando Wing 606th Air Commando Squadron hit by AAA and crashed near Ban Katoi, North Vietnam
Jul 12, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
1570 (MSN 159-82) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 28Apr53 21 miles ENE of Selma, AL
Crashed 30Jul53 3 miles south of Selma, AL. Control was lost when the left wing landing light extended in flight; 
the pilots bailed out
1571 (MSN 159-83) Assigned to Wright Air Development Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
To 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 9Jan61. 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 206
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 1Oct68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao AF as 49-1571 in 1968.  W/o in Nov 1970.
1572 (MSN 159-84) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 16Jul58. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 205
RTS with 631st Composite Group, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.
With 56th Air Commando Wing, 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed in Laos after engine failed
Jan 2, 1968.  Pilot survived and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
1573 (MSN 159-85) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N3706G; cancelled 8May62
1574 (MSN 159-86) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. 
Donated 27Jul59 to The Independent School District of Thief River Falls, MN for use as a GIA
Registered N3517G 23Jun60; cancelled 20May65.  Registered N80696 Feb79; current Nov15
1575 (MSN 159-87)  Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
Force landing 29Nov55 due to engine failure 4 miles NNW of Whigham, GA. 
1576 (MSN-88)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3228G; cancelled
1577 (MSN 159-89) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 31Jul59
Registered N3662G; cancelled 8Oct64.  Crashed 12Sep64 in bad weather near Houston, TX
1578 (MSN 159-90) Delivered to USAF 9Oct50 at Craig AFB, AL
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 12Dec51 due to mechanical failure while taxying at Bryan AFB, TX
Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 21Oct53 when landing due to mechanical failure at Craig AFB, Selma, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N2815G 13Jul59; cancelled 28Jul67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1578, 7Dec67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 281
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 18Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force  as JF13-83/11.
W/o Aug 18, 1973 at Surin airport.
1579 (MSN 159-91) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3214G; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-980
Registered N7055N 12Jan89; current Nov15
1580 (MSN 159-92) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3222G; cancelled.  Registered N281TT 9Feb81; current Nov15 
1581 (MSN 159-93) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N3154G; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 22Dec14 
1582 (MSN 159-94) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 26Mar57. Departed 27May57
To Southern California Aircraft Corp, Ontario, CA.
Assigned to 169th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 126th Fighter Interceptor Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, Greater 
Peoria Airport, IL.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 7Aug58. Reclaimed 3Nov58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5, line number 204.  
RTS with 606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. 
With 634th Combat Support Group 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed from unknown cause
while on test flight near Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB, Thailand Oct 23, 1966.  Both crew killed.
1583 (MSN 159-95) Assigned to 3301st Pilot Training Group, Moore AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 13Mar58. Reclaimed 1Dec58.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 21, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 203.
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 5Oct68
To Royal Lao Air Force  as 49-1583/0-91583.  Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Crashed 12Oct71 due to engine failure 
1584 (MSN 159-96) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N8391H; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 22Dec14.  Returned to USAF as 49-1584, 5Dec67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 280
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force 
To Royal Lao Air Force  1Dec72 as 49-1584/0-91584.
Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3410, 1975. To Australia
Registration VH-BJF reserved but ntu.  Registered VH-CIA 22Sep93; current Nov15
1585 (MSN 159-97)  Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK
Crash landing 3Jul51 due to engine failure 7 miles east of Hennessey, OK
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3209G 18Feb59; cancelled 
1586 (MSN 159-98) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D, line number 202.  RTS
with 606th Air Commando Squadron, Nakhon Phanom AB, Thailand.
With 56th Air Commando Wing 606th Air Commando Squadron crashed after engine failed over Ho Chi
Minh trail in southern Laos Jan 28, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and eluded capture and was rescued next
morning by USAF helicopter.
1587 (MSN 159-99) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. 
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-2 Normair, line number 10
Registered N9106Z; cancelled 5Jun71.  Registered N28DS 5Jun71; current Nov15 
1588 (MSN 159-100) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Oct57. 
Registered N7955C; cancelled 
1589 (MSN 159-101) Delivered to USAF 22Sep50.  Assigned to 3575th Pilot Training Group, Vance AFB, OK 26Sep50. 
Crashed 20Feb51 2.5 miles SE of Crescent, Logan County, OK.
1590 (MSN 159-102) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Oct57. 
Registered N9691C; cancelled 
1591 (MSN 159-103) To 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 21, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 201
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 3Jan69
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force  as 49-1591/0-91591. W/o Mar71 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1592 (MSN 159-104) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3210G; cancelled.  To Mexican AF as T28-916.  To US civil registry
as N7055M Jan 12, 1989, then on civil registry as N92TL Jun 12, 2001, current.
1593 (MSN 159-105) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Mid air collision 8Jul52 with T-28 49-1598 16 miles SSW Bryan AFB, TX. The crew bailed out
1594 (MSN 159-106) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Accident 9Apr51 due to fire during taxying at Craig AFB, Selma, AL.  W/o 26Sep55
1595 (MSN 159-107) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 20Oct53 due to mechanical failure when taking off from Bryan AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Oct57. 
Registered N9694C; cancelled 
1596 (MSN 159-108) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N9460Z; cancelled 25May67 on export to Ecuador
To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana Jan 1967 as TB-596.
1597 (MSN 159-109) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3236G; cancelled
1597 (MSN 159-109) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3236G; cancelled
1598 (MSN 159-110) Assigned to HQ Squadron, Scott AFB, IL
Accident 20Mar51 due to mechanical failure when taking off from Scott AFB, IL
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Mid air collision 8Jul52 with T-28 49-1593 16 miles SSW Bryan AFB, TX.
1599 (MSN 159-111) To 2704th Aircraft Storage and Disposition Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 200
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 21Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Sep 21, 1968 as 49-1599/0-91599. 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Combat damage 25May70 returning to 20A from the PDJ. The pilot landed at 20A mid-morning after a solo shuttle and 
visual reconnaissance mission from Vientiane. The second sortie of the day was fairly uneventful; it included a 
check in with Black Lion, north of the PDJ, some visual reconnaissance, and strafing on a trail west of the PDJ. 
Upon exiting the PDJ headed south to Alternate, the pilot heard several muffled explosions, sounding like large 
backfires. Shortly thereafter, he lost aileron control, and started getting smoke in the cockpit. The 50 caliber 
ammunition in the left wing was cooking off. The pilot bailed out. The wing had separated from the aircraft before 
hitting the ground. An Air America UH-1 landed within 5-10 minutes and picked up the pilot.
1600 (MSN 159-112) Delivered to USAF 9Oct50 at Craig AFB, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 8Oct58
Registered N2890G; cancelled 14Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1600, 23Jan68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 291
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force Sep 17, 1968 as 49-1600/0-91600. Crashed 8Feb71 when the pilot had to bail out south of the Plain of Jars
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos   					
1601 (MSN 159-113) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N9667C 12Dec58; cancelled 8May74.  Returned to USAF as 49-1601, 30Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 279
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force  as JF13-85/11.
Preserved and on display at the Directorate of Education, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand
1602 (MSN 159-114) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N9668C; cancelled 21Oct64 on export to Dominican Republic
To Dominican Republic Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de República Dominicana Aug64 as 2802. Written off
1603 (MSN 159-115)Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 9Apr54 due to structural failure 2.5 miles SSE of Burnsville, AL.
1604 (MSN 159-116) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American at Columbus, Ohio Jun 14, 1965 and converted to T-28D-5, line number 199.  RTS.
With 634th Combat Support Group, 606th Air Commando Squadron shot down by AAA near Ban Loumpoum, Laos
Jan 17, 1967.  Pilot KIA
1605 (MSN 159-117) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1 #4. Registered N8396H; cancelled 26Oct62 on export to Brazil
To Brazilian Naval Aviation as N-702.  Believed w/o
1606 (MSN 159-118) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Accident 15Oct53 due to mechanical failure taking off at Craig AFB, Selma, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
To civil registry as N3221G; cancelled 14Oct63 on export to Nicaragua
To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional
1607 (MSN 159-119) Written off 15Aug56
1608 (MSN 159-120) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N9880C 6Oct58; cancelled 28Jul67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1608, 28Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5 (#278) 
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] and went to Royal Lao AF as 49-1608/0-91608. w/o Aug 6, 1968 or Aug 7, 1968
1609 (MSN 159-121) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58
Registered N3231G; cancelled 
1610 (MSN 159-122) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Saudi AF Sep 28, 1957.
1611 (MSN 159-123) (GT-28A) on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
1612 (MSN 159-124) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
On civil registry as N7285C.  Intended for Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (Batista), later delivered to Air International of
Miami, FL for refurbishment for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but not delivered.  Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort 
Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Registered N7285C; cancelled 12Jan71.  To the Nathanial Hawthorne College, Antrim, NH, 1966
Purchased back by USAF Nov 21, 1967. To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH and converted to 
T-28D-5 (#277) Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 11Jul68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAPand went to Royal Lao AF.  Crashed 12Mar71. This was probably the T-28 that, 
during take-off from Long Tieng on 12 March 71, crashed into the first ridgeline to the south of the strip, after the 
pilot had bailed out
1613 (MSN 159-125) Delivered to USAF 26Oct50 at Williams AFB, AZ
Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 23Jan51 taxying at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 3Apr58
Registered N7641C 20Jan59; cancelled 22Oct12.  Crashed 7Apr66 at Hagerstown, MD
Returned to USAF as 49-1613, 25Jan68. To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 292
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao AF Sep 17, 1968 as 49-1613/0-91613.  W/o Jan 31, 1971.
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1614 (MSN 159-126) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 24Mar59
Registered N3233G; cancelled 1Mar63.  Registered N3233G 2Dec77; reregistered
Registered N628AR 29Nov88; current Nov15
1615 (MSN 159-127) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
To civil registry as N7284C.  Intended for / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (Batista) in 1958, later refurbished
Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionairias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.
N7284C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
1616 (MSN 159-128) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N2882G 29Jan59; cancelled 28Jul77 on export to Dominican Republic
To Dominican Republic Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de República Dominicana as 2804. Written off
Registered N400AF 6Nov80; reregistered.  Registered N212DP 4Dec06; taken up Dec 3, 2007, current Nov 2015
1617 (MSN 159-129) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N7647C; cancelled 
1618 (MSN 159-130) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N7290C; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-910
To US civil registry as N7054L Jan 18, 1989.  Damaged 20Nov05.  The aircraft was certified in the experimental 
exhibition category on 22Sep05. It had just completed initial flight test phase 1 requiring 5 hours of flight test 
without any malfunctions of the gear. Attempts to lower the gear by placing the gear selector handle in the full 
down position failed to override the system as designed. On this flight the landing gear selector valve seemed to be 
out of adjustment not allowing the free flow of hydraulic fluid preventing the landing gear from free falling.
Registration cancelled by FAA Jan 31, 2006 as written off by Hurricane Wilma.  Registration restored May 17, 2007.  
Registered Aug 25, 2010 as N618TL
1619 (MSN 159-131) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N7491C; reregistered.  Registered N113CA Jan84; reregistered.  Registered N128AF Apr87; cancelled 27Sep10
Substantially damaged 18Mar89 at Jerome, ID. During the takeoff ground run the nose gear collapsed. It was found that 
the nose gear web had cracked. Prior to this flight, the airplane underwent a hard landing which was not reported or 
inspected by authorized personnel.  On May 27, 2010 the aircraft was substantially damaged following a loss of engine 
power and off runway landing at Sundance Airpark (HSD), Oklahoma City, OK. The pilots told inspectors they were flying 
in the traffic pattern when the engine started losing power. They were unable to make the runway and landed in a 
field short of the runway. The airplane continued towards the airfield , jumped a road, and went through a perimeter 
fence before stopping on airport property. Examination of the airplane revealed the main landing gear had punctured 
the right wing, damaging the spar, and two of the engine mounts had pulled loose from the firewall. Fuel was found in 
both wings and the fuel selector was in the BOTH position. Metal material was found in the outer casing of the oil filter.
1620 (MSN 159-132) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3206G; reregistered.  Registered N23ES 9Apr90; current Nov15
1621 (MSN 159-133) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 24, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 198
Assigned to 606th Air Commando Squadron, 56th Air Commando Wing, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. SOC 15Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1621/0-91621. Lost in Laos Feb69; repaired. W/o Sep72 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1622 (MSN 159-134) Delivered to USAF 15Nov50 at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. 
Registered N3660G; cancelled 20May65.  Returned to USAF as 49-1622, 16Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 276.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 49-1622/0-91622.
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
1623 (MSN 159-135) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 23Jan51 taxying at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958
Registration N7278C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / 
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba.  BoS from FAEC 3Jan61
To civil registry as N7278C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista), later refurbished Jul 1959 for
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionairias (Castro) but never delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.  
N7278C cancelled Jan 12, 1971 as "never registered".
1624 (MSN 159-136) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 30Jul51 after a mid air collision landing at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
Registered N7645C; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 49-1624, 25Oct66
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.   Converted to T-28D-5, line number 251
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 26Oct67
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao AF as 49-1624/0-91624
W/o Jan 17, 1969
1625 (MSN 159-137) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958
Registration N7276C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / 
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba, but never delivered. 
To civil registry as N7276C.  N7276C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
1626 (MSN 159-138) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 16Jun58
Registered N9624C 3Feb59; revoked 21Sep71.
To Helena Vocational-Technical Center, Helena, MT 28May63 for use as a GIA.
Registered N9624C 10Sep85; expired 31Oct15
1627 (MSN 159-139) Delivered to USAF 15Nov50 at Williams AFB, AZ
Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 23Jan51 taxying at Williams AFB, AZ.
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N2837G; revoked 14Jan77.  Returned to USAF as 49-1627, 30Jan68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 293
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1627/0-91627.  W/o 12Jul69. Probably the T-28D in which Hmong Ace 
Lee Lue was shot down during the battle of Muong Suoi on 12 July 69 
1628 (MSN 159-140) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N2800G 3Nov58; cancelled 4Sep70
1629 (MSN 159-141) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Saudi Air Force Sep 28, 1957 as 629
1630 (MSN 159-142) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crash landing 20Nov50 due to mechanical failure 5 miles NE of Queen Creek, AZ.  Designated GT-28A
Assigned to Sheppard AFB as a GIA. Reclaimed 5Feb73. BoS from USAF 28Jul78.  Registered N28NA; cancelled 13Sep13
At the Cactus Air Force Wings and Wheels Museum, Carson City, NV, 1992-2004
Sold to Germany for restoration. Last reported with Swiss Warbird Ltd., Basel, Switzerland
1631 (MSN 159-143) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3186G; revoked 8Sep71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1631, 1Feb68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.   Converted to T-28D-5, line number 294. 
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 17Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force Sep 17, 1968 as 49-1631/0-91631. W/o 31Jan69 
1632 (MSN 159-144) Designated GT-28A.  Assigned to Sheppard AFB as a GIA. Reclaimed 5Feb73. Sold by DoD 24May78
Registered N9022A 31Oct78; cancelled 27Jun13
At the Cactus Air Force Wings and Wheels Museum, Carson City, NV
This aircraft was purchased by the Cactus Air Force in 1978 directly from the U.S.A.F. at Davis-Monthan AFB as scrap. 
This aircraft was the last operational T-28A in the USAF. Currently in storage.
1633 (MSN 159-145) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58.
Registered N9617C; cancelled 14Oct70.  Returned to USAF as 49-1633
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 317
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 16Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 1970 as 49-1633/0-91633. W/o 12Mar70
1634 (MSN 159-146) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crashed 18Jan51 due to mechanical failure 5 miles NE of Queen Creek, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N9878C; cancelled 2Mar71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1634, 1968.
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 313
To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 18Feb69.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise 25Feb69 as 634, code FG-634
Renamed Zaire Air Force / Force Aérienne Zairoise Oct71
Sold by US Defense Sales Agency 29Sep75. Departed Congo 29Nov77 on ferry flight to UK; departed UK 7Jul79 to USA
Became N99160 Jan 1977.  Purchased by William Nelson of El Paso, TX Dec 1977.  Purchased by Mike Bogue of Oakland, CA
in 1981.  Sold to Wiley Sanders Truck Lines Inc, Troy, AL 1984-1992.  Since 2000 was flyable as T-28D 
(still registered as N99160) with Military Aviation Museum,  Virginia Beach, VA
1635 (MSN 159-147) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 14Jan58
Registered N5252V; cancelled 22Jan71
1636 (MSN 159-148) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 3Apr58
Registered N7648C; cancelled 8Nov63.  Crashed 30Apr61 at Farmington, NM whilst performing aerobatics and destroyed by fire
1637 (MSN 159-149) Delivered to USAF 15Nov50 at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 16Jun58
Registered N7698C 20Jun58; reregistered.  Registered N98Z 19Jun58 [sic]; cancelled 29Oct74
Returned to USAF in 1967 as 49-1637, 6Feb68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 295
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1637/0-91637. W/o 19Apr70 
1638 (MSN 159-150) Delivered to USAF 9Dec50 at Tyndall AFB, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N2868G; cancelled 11Jan12.  Returned to USAF in 1967 as 49-1638, 8Feb68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  onverted to T-28D-5, line number 296
ned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Sep68
ned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1638/0-91638. W/o 1968/69; may have been lost before delivery to Laos
1639 (MSN 159-151) To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 197
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-73/09 in 1966
1640 (MSN 159-152) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crashed 3Jan51 due to structural failure 8 miles SW of Chandler, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC, Batista) 1958
Registration N7287C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / 
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba (Castro) but never delivered.  BoS from FAEC 3Jan61.
1641 (MSN 159-153)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58
Registered N3207G; cancelled
1642 (MSN 159-154) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 17Sep58
Registered N9854C 21Oct58; cancelled 22Aug63 on export to Nicaragua
To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional
1643 (MSN 159-155) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 23Sep58
Registered N9647C; revoked 31Oct75.  Registered N28RE Jul76; reregistered
Registered N81643 4Sep85; current Nov 2015.
On 28Mar 2015 the aircraft was cleared for takeoff at the Midland International Airport (KMAF), in Midland, Texas. 
The nose wheel departed the airplane during the takeoff roll causing the nose gear to impact the runway and collapse. 
The pilot stated afterwards that he experienced nose wheel shimmy just before the wheel assembly departed. The aircraft 
sustained minor damage.
1644 (MSN 159-156) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 6Oct58
Registered N9872C; reregistered.  Substantially damaged 18Feb67 when the nose gear collapsed on take-off from Tucson, AZ 
Registered N700H 14Feb81; cancelled 12Jan99.
The aircraft departed Knoxville Downtown Island Airport 23Jun84 and was destroyed at Loudon, TN. The pilot reported 
that he heard a loud bang in the aircraft engine and it lost power, emitting smoke. During a forced landing, the 
aircraft went through 4 fences and hit a ditch; the nose gear collapsed. A fire, which started in flight, destroyed the 
it after the 2 occupants exited the aircraft. An inspection of the engine revealed that the front crankcase housing 
eparated from the engine.
1645 (MSN 159-157) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 2Oct58
Registered N2851G; cancelled 15Nov63 on export to Nicaragua
To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de la Guardia Nacional as 218 Nov 15, 1963
Registered N99394 Mar77; cancelled 21Mar13
1646 (MSN 159-158) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N9666C; cancelled 19Apr65 on export to Dominican Republic
To Dominican Republic Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de República Dominicana.
Registered HI-276 Dec76 for ferry flight from Santo Domingo to St Croix, Virgin Islands. Cancelled 10Mar77
Registered N70743 Sep77; current Nov15
To the American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX, 15Aug96	[Also known as the CAF Airpower Museum]
1647 (MSN 159-159) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N9859C; cancelled 2Mar71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1647, 9Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 275.  SOC 31Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].
To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana as 49-1647/91647
Preserved and on display at Museo Aéreo de la Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador
1648 (MSN 159-160) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3223G; cancelled.  Returned to USAF as 49-1648, 25Oct66 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 250
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Oct67
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force Oct 24, 1967 as 49-1648/0-91648 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
To Philippine Air Force as 49-1648/91648. Noted dumped at Sangley Point, Manila 1999-2003 
1649 (MSN 159-161)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N3224G; cancelled 
1650 (MSN 159-162) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 24Sep58
Registered N9677C 5Dec58; revoked 21Sep71
1651 (MSN 159-163) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N5201V; cancelled 
1652 (MSN 159-164) Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Accident 22Sep54 landing at Craig AFB, Selma, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 30Jan58. 
Registered N9685C; cancelled 
1653 (MSN 159-165) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 14Jan58
Registered N5250V 13Mar58; cancelled 23Nov60 on export to Peru
Registered OB-ACT-566; cancelled Jul66. Noted 13Jun66 dismantled at Jorge Chávez International Airport, Lima, Peru 
To Peruvian Naval Aviation / Fuerza de Aviación Naval
1654 (MSN 159-166) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 14Jan58
Registered N5251V; current Nov15
1655 (MSN 159-167) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC, Batista) 1958
Registration N7281C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / Fuerzas 
Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba (Castro) but never delivered.   BoS from FAEC 3Jan61
1656 (MSN 159-168) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N5203V; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-905
Registered N28SV; current Nov15
1657 (MSN 159-169) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 17Sep58
Registered N6254C; cancelled 24May71
1658 (MSN 159-170) Assigned to Flight Test Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Forced landing 5Feb52 due to engine failure at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 14Apr63
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Saudi Air Force as 658
1659 (MSN 159-171) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58.
Registered N3752G; cancelled
1660 (MSN 159-172) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N7291C 9Dec57; cancelled 
1661 (MSN 159-173) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N7652C; cancelled
1662 (MSN 159-174) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 16Jun58
Registered N9630C; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 20Mar13  [may have gone to Dominican Republic Air Force]
1663 (MSN 159-175) delivered to USAF Jan 2, 1951 and served at Williams, Norton, Lowry, and Sheppard AFBs as
well as Hurlburt.  Reclaimed 5Feb73.  To the USAF Museum for preservation
Loaned to Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park Jun 9, 1972.  Currently at Hurlburt 
Field, Florida on a pedestal. Displayed as VNAF 91663.
1664 (MSn 159-176) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3229G; cancelled
1665 (MSN 159-177) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N6083C.  To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1, line number 7
N6083 cancelled Oct 26, 1962 on export to Brazil.  To Brazilian Navy as N705 Oc5 10, 1962.  To Brazilian AF.  
To Dominican Republic AF as 2803.  To HI-282 Mar 1977 for ferry flight to USA.  Cancelled Mar 10, 1977.  
N64785 registered with MSN 49-1655 Jul 13, 1977.  N665PB registered with serial number 49-1665 Aug 11, 2004.
Current. [Note: Reported to Dominican Republic Air Force as 2803, HI-282, N64785, N665DB, N665PB, but the link is very 
uncertain, and is based on the identity of HI-282, N64785, etc., being shown as 49-1665 in the FAA file.]
1666 (MSN 159-178) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N2838G 2Dec58; cancelled 17Dec70  [may have gone to Dominican Republic Air Force]
1667 (MSN 159-179) Assigned to 3625th Pilot Training Group, Tyndall AFB, FL
Accident 30Apr51 landing at Tyndall AFB, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. 
Registered N7696C 18Jul58; cancelled 23Jul58
1668 (MSN 159-180) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crash landing 5Jun51 due to engine failure 8 miles SSE of Coolidge, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 19Nov57
Registered N7277C 13May58; revoked 14Jan77
1669 (MSN 159-181) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58.
Registered N9867C; cancelled 27Sep13
Damaged beyond repair 23Nov85 at Lantana, Florida. The pilot/mechanic had recently re-installed a rebuilt engine in 
the aircraft and performed a very short run-up prior to takeoff. Witnesses stated the aircraft engine made popping 
noises and was belching black smoke during the takeoff roll. The aircraft became airborne and mushed around a left 
180 degree turn before crashing in a swampy area at the airport edge. Examination of the ignition harness and spark 
plugs revealed that a 7mm harness was installed utilizing 5mm spark plug connectors. Six spark plugs exhibited 
evidence of flashover in the spark plug connector wells. This caused a partial power loss of the total required 
power available and necessary for flight.
1670 (MSN 159-182) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N5202V; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-903.
Registered N8156Y; current Nov15
1671 (MSN 159-183)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N5207V; cancelled
1672 (MSN 159-184) Delivered to USAF 4Jan51
Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Crashed 11Jan51 when aircraft stalled and spun into the ground 5 miles NE of Queen Creek, Arizona. 
1673 (MSN 159-185) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
Registered N9611C; cancelled 16Mar89
Destroyed 9May87 at Tatum, NM. The aircraft departed Roswell, New Mexico, with 2 people aboard after an air show 
with a destination of Lovington, NM. Witnesses observed the aircraft flying in the distance and then observed a big 
cloud of dust rising from the ground. The investigation revealed that the aircraft  had impacted the ground at high 
speed and was completely destroyed. No pre-impact mechanical malfunctions/failures could be determined.  2 killed.
1674 (MSN 159-186) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 19Nov57
Registered N7289C; cancelled 5Feb71 on export to Mexico.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 
1675 (MSN 159-187) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N7649C; cancelled
1676 (MSN 159-188) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
Accident 10Sep55 due to mechanical failure landing at Bainbridge AFB, GA
Assigned to 3304th Pilot Training Group, Hondo AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 13Oct58
Registered N2896G; reregistered
Used as a spare parts source on the rebuild of T-28D’s and subsequently used as a “Wind Tee” at a New Jersey airport 
Registered N6851D 6Apr78; current Nov15.  To the Cactus Air Force Wings and Wheels Museum, Carson City, NV 1976
1677 (MSN 159-189) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7450C; cancelled 9Aug74.  Returned to USAF as 49-1677, 17Apr68 
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 312
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 28Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 28, 1970 as 49-1677/0-91677
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 49-1677/91677. 
1678 (MSN 159-190)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7294C; cancelled 
1679 (MSN 159-191) Assigned to Sheppard AFB. Reclaimed 17Mar76. 
To the USAF Museum for preservation.  Loaned to and on display at Reese AFB, TX by 1988. Reese AFB closed 1997
Loaned to and on display at 17th Training Wing, Goodfellow AFB, TX
1680 (MSN 159-192) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7293C; cancelled 
1681 (MSN 159-193) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Saudi Air Force in 1957 as 681.  Noted in open storage at Jeddah (old airport) 11Feb85
1682 (MSN 159-194) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Accident 29Mar51 due to structural failure at Williams AFB, AZ.  Assigned to Sheppard AFB. Reclaimed 17Mar76
Assigned to Lackland AFB, TX 1973 for use as a police training airframe
To the USAF Museum for preservation.
Loaned to and on display at 47th Flying Training Wing, Laughlin AFB, TX by 1988. Last noted 2013
1683 (MSN 159-195) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7288C; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-917
Registered N7062K 18Oct88; current Nov15
1684 (MSN 159-196) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
Registered N7646C; cancelled
1685 (MSN 159-197) Assigned to 3525th Pilot Training Group, Williams AFB, AZ
Damaged beyond repair 30Jul51 in an unspecified accident at Williams AFB, Arizona. The aircraft was stationary/parked 
at the time of the accident
1686 (MSN 159-198) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
Registered N7690C 30Nov59; cancelled 23May69.  Returned to USAF as 49-1686, 9Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 274.  SOC 31Aug68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Ecuadorian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana Aug 31 1968 as 49-1686/91686
1687 (MSN 159-199) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58
Registered N7686C; cancelled 17Jun71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1687, 2Nov67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 273
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-79/11 Aug 1968 . SOC 10Aug84. 
Preserved and on display at Loei War Memorial Park by 1985
1688 (MSN 159-200) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 12Sep57
Registered N7498C; cancelled 22Aug67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1687, 19Oct67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 272
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-80/11 . SOC 14Aug84. 
1689 (MSN 159-201) Assigned to Sheppard AFB. Reclaimed 17Mar76
Assigned to Lackland AFB, TX 1973 for use as a police training airframe
To the USAF Museum for preservation.  Loaned to and on display at 71st Flying Training Wing, Vance AFB, OK by 1988. Last noted Apr12
1690 (MSN 159-202) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Saudi Air Force [sic] as 690.  Noted in open storage at Jeddah (old airport) 1981
1691 (MSN 159-203) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Registration N7286C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58.
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / Fuerzas 
Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba. BoS from FAEC 3Jan61
1692 (MSN 159-204) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Crash landing 26Apr51 due to engine failure at Reese AFB, TX
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Mid air collision 2Aug54 2 miles east of Bryan AFB, TX. The crew bailed out.
1693 (MSN 159-205) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. 
Registered N7292C; cancelled.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as T28-960
Preserved and on display at Tijuana AB 1982/91. Relocated to Parque FAM, Tijuana by 1996
1694 (MSN 159-206) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 17Sep57
Registered N7497C 16Oct57; current Nov15
Damaged 3Aug80 when the pilot lost directional control after the wing tip struck the ground during final approach
1695 (MSN 159-207) Assigned to Sheppard AFB. Reclaimed 17Mar76
To the USAF Museum for preservation.  Loaned to and on display at Sheppard AFB, TX 1976/84
Loaned to and on display at 12th Flying Training Wing, Randolph AFB Airpark, TX 1984
1696 (MSN 159-208) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958
Registration N7282C allocated; cancelled 12Jan71 as ‘never registered’
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58. 
Delivered to Air International, Miami, FL for refurbishment for the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces / Fuerzas 
Armadas Revolucionarias de Cuba but never delivered.  BoS from FAEC 3Jan61
1697 (MSN 159-209)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57
Registered N7644C; cancelled.  Registered HP-308
1698 (MSN 159-210) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Registration N7280C allocated 9Dec57; reregistered
Purchased by the Cuban Army Air Force / Fuerza Aerea Ejercito de Cuba (FAEC) 1958
Flown from Tucson, AZ to Fort Lauderdale, FL for storage. Offered for sale Sep58.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista), later 
refurbished Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (Castro) but never delivered.  BoS from FAEC Jan 3, 1961.
Registered N101TZ 17Aug62; cancelled 23Nov70
Substantially damaged 22Nov66 at Windsor Lock, CT when the left cowling separated and wrapped around the horizontal 
stabilizer. The aircraft landed safely.  Returned to USAF as 49-1698, 15Feb68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH and converted to T-28D-5 (#297).  Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel 
Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 20Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]To Royal Lao AF Jan 20, 1970.   w/o Feb 7, 1971 or 
Feb 11, 1971.  W/o Feb71; probably one of 2 T-28s burnt at Vientiane on 8 February 71
1699 (MSN 159-211)To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57
Registered N5253V; cancelled 28Jul67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1699, 10Oct67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 271
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force  as 49-1699/0-91699. W/o Nov70
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 49-1699/91699.  t
1700 (MSN 159-212) Assigned to 3306th Pilot Training Group, Bainbridge AFB, GA
Forced landing 14Nov55 due to engine failure near Donaldsonville Auxiliary Airport, GA
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58
Registered N3659G; revoked 22Oct76.
Substantially damaged 11Mar72 on landing at Utica, MI when the aircraft undershot the runway and the landing gear collapsed.
Registered N28JS Jan77; reregistered.  Registered N28AM Feb79; current Nov15
1701 (MSN 159-213) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 26Sep58
Registered N9665C; cancelled 27May76
Substantially damaged 23Jul73 in forced landing alongside a highway near Venice, FL. The engine failed due to fuel 
starvation and the aircraft was intentionally landed with the landing gear retracted.
1702 (MSN 159-214)To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. BoS from USAF 14Jan58
Registered N5295V 19Sep61; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 14Aug13.  Returned to USAF as 49-1702, 5Oct67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 270
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 27Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-81/11
To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1972 as 49-1702/0-91702.  To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 49-1702/91702 
1703 (MSN 159-215) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N7642C; reregistered.  Registered N28100; current Nov15
1704 (MSN 159-216) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N7198C; cancelled 29Aug67.  Returned to USAF as 49-1704, 28Sep67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH and converted to T-28D-5 (#269).  
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao AF as 49-1704/0-91704 Jun 4, 1968.
To Philippine AF as 49-1704/91704 in 1974.  Noted dumped at Sangley Point 2003
1705 (MSN 159-217) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 16Sep57
To civil registry as N7495C Oct 25, 1957.  Cancelled on export to Nicaraguan AF Aug 22, 1963
1706 (MSN 159-218)To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57.
Registered N5951V; cancelled 18Feb13.  Returned to USAF as 49-1706
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 298
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1706/0-91706. W/o 20May71
1707 (MSN 159-219) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
To civil registry as N7279C.  Intended for FAEC, Cuba (Batista) 1958, 
later refurbished Jul 1959 for Fuerzas Armadas, Revolucionarias (Castro) but not delivered.  Later sold to agent of Batista FAEC.
N7279C cancelled Jan 12, 1971.
1708 (MSN 159-220) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Registered N5204V; cancelled
1709 (MSN 159-221) Used by North American Aviation and the USAF Air Material Command in early 1951 to flight test the 
lowered canopy, along with the elimination of the turnover structure.
Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crash landing 3Aug54 due to engine failure at 7 miles WNW of Marian Junction, AL
Written off 6Feb57
1710 (MSN 159-222) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57. 
Registered N7651C; cancelled.  To Mexican AF as T28-974.  Preserved BAM La Paz, Baja California Nov 1994.
1711 (MSN 159-223) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57
Registered N5200V; cancelled
1712 (MSN 159-224) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Saudi Air Force as 712 Sep 28, 1957
Noted in open storage at Jeddah (old airport) 1985
1713 (MSN 159-225) Assigned to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOBAR), Air Material Command, Brookley AFB, AL. SOC 28Sep57
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Saudi Air Force Sep 28, 1957 as 713	
Noted in open storage at Riyadh AB 1979/81.  To Royal Saudi Air Force Academy Collection, Riyadh AB 1987-90
To Royal Saudi Air Force Museum, Riyadh by 2000
1714 (MSN 159-226) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 17Sep57
Registered N6879C 7Nov57; cancelled 9Jul58.  Registered to PacAero Engineering Corp 16Dec57
Converted by North American Aviation to the NA-260 Nomad prototype, line number1. First flight 2Jun58
Registered N79Z as a T-28A 15Jul58; cancelled 1Sep59 on export to France
Ferried Columbus, OH to Santa Monica, CA; departed Columbus 1Feb59. 
Force landed 1Feb59 en-route Albuquerque, NM to Prescott, AZ with bad weather and engine failure due to icing. 
Landed on a road south of Ramah, NM near the El Moro National Monument, and close to where Mike Todd was killed 
earlier in a crash with his Learstar. The Nomad was not damaged and departed three days later. 
To North American Aviation 28May59.  Registered to North American Aviation 15Jun59. Transferred from North American 
to PacAero, departing Columbus 28Jun59 on delivery to Burbank, CA.
Registered to PacAero Engineering Corp 1Jul59. 
Sold to French Government 2Jul59. Ferried Burbank, CA to NAS Norfolk, VA, arriving 9Jul59. Taxied to the naval 
base pier complex 10Feb59 and hoisted aboard a French aircraft carrier.  
Shipped to Sud Aviation, St Nazaire, France 10Jul59. Converted to Fennec prototype 01, although it was the Pacific 
Aeromotive conversion that actually formed the basis for the Fennec.
To French Air Force / Armée de l'Air [CEV] Aug59 as 49-1714
Destroyed in Algeria by one of its own rockets on landing.
1715 (MSN 159-227) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 19Nov57
Registered N7283C 29May58; revoked 14Jan77
1716 (MSN 159-228) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 23Sep57.
Registered N5247V in 1963,  cancelled 22Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1716, 5Mar68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 299
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Sep68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP}.  To Royal Lao Air Force Sep 24, 1968  as 49-1716/0-91716. 
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
W/o Apr/May71. Probably the T-28 that crashed on 15 April 71, while on a bombing run southeast of LS-15. The pilot, 
Lt.Col. Ly Ying, commanding officer of the T-28s, parachuted out, landed in a tree, and was captured.
Reported to Khmer Air Force 1972/73 but unlikely [not listed in MAP/MEDTC reports]
1717 (MSN 159-229) Assigned to 3625th Pilot Training Group, Tyndall AFB, FL
Accident 28Feb51 taxying at Williams AFB, AZ
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N9165Z; cancelled 19Nov12.  Returned to USAF as 49-1717, 19Sep67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 268
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Jun68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force in 1968 as 49-1717/0-91717. 
Force landed 23Aug69 in a sugar cane field 17 miles S of Udorn, Thailand whilst on a training flight with 
Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn RTAFB, Thailand. 
Accident 18Mar71. May have been the accident when two T-28’s on an air strike for “Jackrabbit” had a mid-air 
collision; while one T-28 was cut in half and crashed killing the pilot, the other T-28 limped back to Long Tieng. 
Reportedly, the aircraft was rebuilt and went to the Philippine AF as 91717
To Philippine Air Force in 1974 (?) – or just the wreck for spares.
1718 (MSN 159-230)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3235G; cancelled
1719 (MSN 159-231) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 25Jun57. BoS from USAF 17Sep57
Registered N7245C 6Dec57; cancelled 8May72
Registered N7245C to the Cactus Air Force 14Sep88; expired 30Jun15
In 2010 was under restoration by Cactus Air Force after being
purchased from a private individual in 1982. 
1720 (MSN 159-232) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. 
Registered N9874C 6Dec57; cancelled 14Nov62
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ.  Converted to T-28R-1, line number 8
To Brazilian Naval Aviation / Aviação Naval Brasileira 10Oct62 as N-706 
Believe transferred to Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira
1721 (MSN 159-233) Assigned to 3625th Pilot Training Group, Tyndall AFB, FL
Accident 14Mar51 landing at NAS Pensacola, FL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58
Registered N182U 3Dec58; cancelled 17Apr85
To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ 1962.  Converted to T-28R-2 Normair, line number 9
Registered as a Hamilton T-28R-2, c/n 9
Crashed 2Jul83 landing at Martinez, GA. The aircraft was one of two that made a low pass over the runway. After the pass, 
the pilot made a right turn, establishing the aircraft in a right traffic pattern for the runway. According to one witness, 
while the aircraft was turning on a right base, intermittent bursts of dark smoke were observed trailing from the aircraft. 
The witness said that when the aircraft turned onto final approach, the smoke trails became more distinct and numerous. 
The engine then began cutting out and misfiring. Subsequently, the aircraft turned slightly to the right and collided with a 
power line, then it hit trees, crashed & burned.
1722 (MSN 159-234) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58
Registered N2834G 2Dec58; cancelled 8Jul59
Registered CF-LOI; cancelled.
Crashed 10Jul60 6 miles north of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta due to the pilot flying too low and hitting trees.
1723 (MSN 159-235) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N2883G 28Oct58; cancelled 25May65
Returned to USAF as 49-1723, 21Oct66
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 249
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 24Oct67
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1723/0-91723. W/o 18Jul68 
1724 (MSN 159-236) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N2884G; cancelled 14Jan71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1724, 8Oct68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 300
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 9Sep68. SOC 8Oct68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 8Oct68 but returned to USAF same date
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA 8Oct68. SOC 21Jan70
To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 49-1724/0-91724	
Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF), 1975. 
To Australia and registered VH-MEO 29May92; current Nov15
1725 (MSN 159-237) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. Departed 14Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 14, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 196
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as .JF13-74/09.   W/o 25Mar69
1726 (MSN 159-238) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Accident 11Apr51 due to structural failure at Reese AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 9Oct58 
Registered N6102C 25Feb59; cancelled 12Mar63 on export to Mexico
To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana 19Feb63
1727 (MSN 159-239) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 29Apr58. BoS from USAF 22Sep58 
Registered N9862C; expired 31Mar14.
Damaged 3Jul64 when landed with gear retracted at San Fernando, CA. A taper pin on the forward landing gear handle fell 
out so that the handle rotated on the shaft.
1728 (MSN 159-240) Written off 15Apr57
1729 (MSN 159-241) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58.
Registered N3218G; cancelled.   Donated to Texas Air Museum, Slaton, TX 18Dec98
Registration N729NA reserved 3Feb99; cancelled 8Feb11
1730 (MSN 159-242) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 7, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 195
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Thai Air Force as  JF13-57/09.  W/o 24Nov69
1731 (MSN 159-243) Assigned to 3305th Pilot Training Group, Malden AFB, MO
Accident 6Oct55 when landing due to mechanical failure at Malden AFB, MO
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. BoS from USAF 18Sep58 
Registered N9858C in 1963; cancelled 2Mar71.  Returned to USAF as 49-1731, 12Mar68
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 301
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 8Oct68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP] 8Oct68 but returned to USAF same date
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 25Jan70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force Jan 25, 1970 as 49-1731/0-91731
1732 (MSN 159-244) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 7, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 194
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF 13-76/09 in 1966.
1733 (MSN 159-245) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Jul58. 
Registered N9093Z; cancelled 
1734 (MSN 159-246) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. BoS from USAF 31Dec59 
Registered N9103Z; cancelled 18Jun63 on export to Mexico.  To Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
1735 (MSN 159-247) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 7, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 193
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-77/90. W/o 10Jan76
1736 (MSN 159-248)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3May58. 
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
1737 (MSN 159-249) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58
Registered N3281G; cancelled 
1738 (MSN 159-250) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Crash landing 20Dec51 due to structural failure 6 miles south of Bryan AFB, TX
Mid air collision 13Mar53 with T-28 51-3559 1 mile west of Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 15Apr53 landing at Bryan AFB, TX
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58. BoS from USAF 12Jun58 
Registered N7692C 2Dec59; cancelled 9May13
On display at the Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL 1968/74. Last reported at Seymour, TX 2003
1739 (MSN 159-251) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX.
Mid air collision 14Oct51 with T-28A 49-1503 1 mile north of Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 26Jun53 landing at Bryan AFB, TX
Forced landing 20Sep54 due to engine failure 4 miles NE of Bryan AFB, TX
1740 (MSN 159-252) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  
Registered N9096Z; revoked 25Feb71, cancelled 19Apr04.  Returned to USAF as 49-1740, 14Sep67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH. Converted to T-28D-5, line number 267
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 28May68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1740/0-91740. W/o Mar 24 or 27, 1969
1741 (MSN 159-253) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 7Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 7, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 192
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 4Apr66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force Apr 4, 1966
To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 49-1742/0-91742. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
Escaped to Thailand 1975.  To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 49-1741/91741. SOC Mar81
1742 (MSN 159-254) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58.  BoS from USAF 29Apr60
Registered N9442Z; reregistered.  Registration N711TE reserved 21Feb78; ntu
Registration N668WB reserved 15Mar80; ntu.  Registered N1742R; current Nov15
1743 (MSN 159-255Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Crash landing 7Jul51 due to mechanical failure at Reese AFB, TX
Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 5Aug53 due to mechanical failure taxying at Bryan AFB, AZ
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 8Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 8, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 191
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai AF as JF13-69/09 in 1966
1744 (MSN 159-256) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 8Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 8, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 190
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar66.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-70/09.  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1744/0-91744. W/o 20Feb73
1745 (MSN 159-257)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 3Sep58 
Possibly to Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana
1746  (MSN 159-258)  Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Forced landing 20May52 due to engine failure 3 miles NE of Burleson, TX
1747 (MSN 159-259) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58 
Registered N3280G; cancelled
1748 (MSN 159-260) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58 
Registered N3279G; cancelled
1749 (MSN 159-261) to MASDC.  Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Accident 25Jul51 taxying at Reese AFB, TX. Crashed into T-28 49-1751
Assigned to 3615th Pilot Training Wing, Craig AFB, Selma, AL
Crashed 30Nov53 due to structural failure 3 miles north of Craig AFB, Selma, AL
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 8Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 8, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 189
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-71/09.  
To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 49-1749/0-91749. Assigned by project ‘Peace Trunk’.
Used for flight training at Udorn, Thailand Dec72 to Apr73. Possibly written off Apr73
1750 (MSN 159-262) Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Dec58 
Registered N3278G; cancelled
1751 (MSN 159-263) Assigned to 3500th Pilot Training Group, Reese AFB, TX
Accident 25Jul51 taxying at Reese AFB, TX. Crashed into T-28 49-1749
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 8Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 8, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 188
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 15Mar66
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-72/09 in 1966
1752 (MSN 159-264) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 4Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH Jun 4, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 187
Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.
Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 35th Tactical Group, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand
Written off 15Apr66
1753 (MSN 159-265) To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 2Apr58.
Registered N9616C; cancelled 7May74.  Returned to USAF as 49-1753, 7Sep67
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 266.  SOC 4Apr68
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Lao Air Force as 49-1753/0-91753. W/o 20May70
1754 (MSN 159-266)  To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58 
Registered N3468G; cancelled
1755 (MSN 159-267)  Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Forced landing 25Aug52 due to fuel starvation 7 miles west of Burton, TX
1756 (MSN 159-268) Assigned to 3530th Pilot Training Group, Bryan AFB, TX
Accident 6Mar52 due to mechanical failure taxying at Bryan AFB, TX. 
Assigned to 3300th Pilot Training Group, Graham AFB, FL [Dec55]
To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch [AASB], Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Reclaimed 1Sep58. Departed 4Jun65
To North American Aviation, Columbus, OH  Jun 4, 1965.  Converted to T-28D-5, line number 186
Assigned to 1st Air Commando Squadron, England AFB, LA.
Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA. SOC 29Sep70
Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-91/13
originally designated B-50C.  May have been MSN 16168/16181
49-1771 ... 49-1799
Cancelled contract for Boeing RB-54A
originally designated RB-50C.  May have been MSN 16182/16210
49-2023 ... 49-2122
Republic F-84E-1-RE Thunderjet
2030 to MASDC Nov 1958
2034 (12th FEW) struck a parked B-50 Aug 29, 1951 at RAF Mildenhall, UK and crashed into the center
of nearby village of Beck, killing the pilot
2044 crashed at Manston, England Mar 27, 1952
2048 (31st Fighter Escort Group, 309th FS) crashed Nov 18, 1950 3 mi S of Cross City Apt, FL
after engine caught fire.  Pilot successfully bailed out.
2062 (514th FBS, 406th FBW) crashed after colliding in midair with 49-2383 over Deal, England Feb 6, 1953.  Pilot killed.
2063 to MASDC Nov 1958
2071 ditched in English Channel Nov 30, 1952.
2074 crashed near Margate, England May 14, 1952
2086 converted to EF-84E and used for inflight refuelling trials.  Ran out of fuel and crashed 23 mi NE of
Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada Sep 22, 1950 during cross-Atlantic test flight.  Unable to locate tanker.
Pilot rescued.
2091 converted to EF-84E for inflight refuelling trials.  Made first nonstop jet fighter crossing of the
Atlantic Sep 22, 1950.
2095 to MASDC Nov 1958
2100 (49th FBG, 85th FBS) shot down by ground fire  Mar 28, 1952.
2104 to MASDC Nov 1958
2111 (123rd FBW/165th FBS) caught fire in air Apr 27, 1952 and
crashed into houses at St Peters, England.  Pilot plus 3 on
ground killed.
2115 used in FICON tests with RB-36F 49-2707.   Redesignated EF-84E in 1952.  Dropped from
inventory Jan 1954, subsequently scrapped.
51-447 ... 51-470
Boeing TB-50H-BO Superfortress
MSN 16465/16488.  Unarmed bomber-navigation trainer.  All converted to KB-50K
455 assigned to 427th AREFS, Langley AFB, VA. Departed Lajes AFB, Portugal, Aug 4, 1959 en-route to Langley 
via Bermuda. Navigational and weather errors placed aircraft 400 miles south of Bermuda [instead of 
north-east] and ran out of fuel, ditching close to tanker Imperial St Lawrence.
465 assigned 427th AREFS, Langley AFB, VA. Departed Langley AFB, VA, Jan 8, 1962 en-route to Lajes AFB, 
Portugal. Crashed several hundred miles north of Bermuda due to bad weather.
51-2302 ... 51-2356
Boeing B-47B-50-BW Stratojet
MSN 450355/450409.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2302 to MASDC Aug 31, 1960
2303 (320th BW) to MASDC Sep 1, 1960
2304 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 21, 1961
2305 to MASDC Apr 28, 1961
2306 to MASDC Nov 15, 1960
2307 to MASDC Sept 2, 1960.  
2308 (320th BW) to MASDC Aug 10, 1960
2309 (320th BW) SOC
2310 (320th BW) to MASDC Dec 16, 1960 
2311 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Apr 26, 1961
2312 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Oct 18, 1960
2313 converted to YRB-47B and subsequently to B-47B-II.  To MASDC Dec 12, 1960
2314 to MASDC Dec 16, 1960
2315 (MSN 450368) at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, Indiana.  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.
2316 to MASDC Apr 27, 1961 
2317 (19th BW, Homestead AFB, FL) overran runway during aborted takeoff Oct 1, 1957.  Crew survived.
2318 (320th BW) SOC
2319 (320th BW) to MASDC Sep 2, 1960
2320 to MASDC Sep 1960
2321 to MASDC Apr 1961.
2322 (320th BW) SOC 
2323 (305th BW) SOC
2324 (320th BW) SOC
2325 (320th BW) SOC
2326 (320th BW) SOC
2327 (320th BW) SOC
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 at MASDC.
2329 (320th BW) SOC
2330 (340th BW) SOC
2331 (321st BW) SOC
2332 (19th BW) collided with B-47 51-2352 during mass refueling Jan 24, 1957 and crashed near Isle of 
Pines, Cuba
2333 (320th BW) SOC
2334 (340th BW) SOC
2335 (340th BW) SOC
2336
2337 to MASDC Apr 1961
2338
2339 (340th BW) SOC
2340
2341
2342 (340th BW) SOC
2343
2344 (340th BW) crashed on takeoff from Whiteman AFB, Missouri Feb 27, 1956.  4 crewmen killed
2345 (321st BW) SOC
2346 (321st BW) w/o in Oklahoma Dec 18, 1953
2347
2348 to MASDC Jun 9, 1961.  To reclamation Mar 24, 1964 and scrapped at MASDC
2349 (19th BW) was the plane that jettisoned a Mark 15 H-bomb off the coast of Tybee Island, Georgia Feb 5, 1958 
after a midair collision with an F-86L.  The pilot of the F-86L ejected and the plane crashed near Sylvania, Georgia.
The B-47 landed but skipped off the runway and was damaged, and the B-47 never flew again. Weapon not found and 
was missing for a long time.  The weapon was finally found in Feb 2015 by a pair of skin-diving tourists
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).  To MASDC Apr 1960
2351 (19th BW) supposedly crashed off Cuba Jan 24, 1957
2352 (19th BW) collided with B-47 51-2332 during mass refueling near Isle of Pines, Cuba Jan 24, 1957.
2553
2354
2355
2356 to MASDC Sept 1960.
56-241 ... 56-243
McDonnell F-101B-50-MC Voodoo
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
241 (MSN 176) converted to TF-101B.  On display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
242 (MSN 182) converted to NF-101B.  To MASDC Sep 21, 1967.  Declared excess Jul 9, 1969.
243 converted to F-101F.  Was at Florence Air and Space Museum.  This museum is now closed.  Plane 
transferred to Carolina Aviation Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina.
57-2527 ... 57-2531
Convair F-106B-50-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
2527 (MSN 8-27-21) crashed at Tyndall AFB, Florida Oct 9, 1973
2528 damaged Oct 16, 1971 in midair collision with 57-2471 that was lost.  Crashed 10 NM S of Apalachicola, Florida
Oct 16, 1972
2529 modified by NASA for variable stability tests.  Retired Oct 1971.  Dropped from inventor as surplus Sep 14, 1976.
2530 (MSN 8-27-24) to AMARC as FN160 Aug 25, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD257).  Shot down by AIM-120 Apr 24, 1997.
2531 crashed SW of Stewart AFB, New York due to fuel starvation Mar 30, 1966
62-2114 ... 62-2137
Boeing/Vertol CH-47A Chinook
Vertol Division, Boeing Airplane Co Model 114.  MSN B-30/B-53
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2114 (B-30) accepted by the US Army Aug 23, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0025 Jan 15, 1979.  Returned to 
manufacturer Jun 6, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00263
2115 (B-31) accepted by the US Army Aug 28, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0013 Oct 23, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00280
2116 (B-32) accepted by the US Army Aug 31, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0015 Oct 26, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Dec 9, 1991 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00282
2117 (B-33) accepted by the US Army Sep 25, 1963.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00076
2118 (B-34) accepted by the US Army Sep 13, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company Hillclimbers –Nov66
Assigned to 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Dec 1966.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Mar 1968
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois Sep 1972.  Loan to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation 
Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Feb 1973.  Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Mar 1973.
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00080
2119 (B-35) accepted by the US Army Sep 8, 1963.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort 
Eustis, VA used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00307
2120 (B-36) accepted by the US Army Oct 28, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
Hillclimbers –Apr 1967.  Airlifted by CH-47 62-2124 to the port at Vung Tau, South Vietnam, 
April 1967 for upload onto a ship on return to USA.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company, Fort Benning, GA, Jan 1968.  Crashed Jul 29, 1970 at Fort Benning, GA
2121 (B-37) accepted by the US Army Oct 31, 1963.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
Hillclimbers.  Crashed May 9, 1966 between Vung Tau and Saigon, Vietnam.  The door gunner received 
fatal injuries.
2122 (B-38) accepted by the US Army Oct 31, 1963.  Crashed Oct 31, 1963 Carmen, New Jersey during test flight.
2123 (B-39) accepted by the US Army Nov 19, 1963.  To MASDC as XM0009 Jun 9, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Aug 7, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00302
2124 (B-40) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.   Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" – Apr 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort Benning, GA, Feb 1968
To MASDC as XM0024 Dec 22, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer Sep 29, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and 
reserialed 92-00308
2125 (B-41) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.  Crashed Apr 29, 1964 on the Portage Glacier, AK, during a 
routine flight to supply Army troops which were helping to repair railroad lines after heavy floods.
2126 (B-42) accepted by the US Army Nov 27, 1963.  Crashed Mar 4, 1965 near Fort Benning, GA. A transmission 
oil fitting failed causing the rear of the aircraft to catch fire. The pilots tried to fly to an 
airfield but failed.
2127 (B-43) accepted by the US Army Dec 31, 1963.  Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA
To MASDC as XM0028 Apr 15, 1988.  Returned to manufacturer Mar 27, 1992 and 
rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00293.
2128 (B-44) accepted by the US Army Jan 4, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" –Apr 1967.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Nov 1967 used 
as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  Assigned to US Army National Guard Jun 1973
To MASDC as XM0018 Nov 20, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer May 21, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D 
and reserialed 92-00296.
2129 (B-45) accepted by the US Army Jan 22, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –May 1967.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Mar 1968.
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1972.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00108.
2130 (B-46) accepted by the US Army Jan 28, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Apr 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort 
Benning, GA, Jan 1968.  To MASDC as XM0021 Dec 2, 1978.  Returned to manufacturer Dec 16, 1991 and 
rebuilt as CH-47C and reserialed 92-00286.
2131 (B.047) accepted by the US Army Jan 29, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Oct 1966.  To MASDC as XM0006 Nov 25, 1975.  Returned to manufacturer 
Jan 10, 1992 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00287.
2132 (B-48) accepted by the US Army Feb 14, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company 
"Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Assigned to 177th Assault Support Helicopter Company, Fort Benning, GA, Jan 1968
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 1968.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00084.
2133 (B-49) accepted by the US Army Feb 14, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Oct 1966.  Combat damage May 7, 1966 South Vietnam. While on a logistics 
sling load resupply mission, the aircraft was struck by small arms fire in the forward area damaging 
the main rotor system.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Dec 1967
Assigned to US Army National Guard Mar 1972.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00086
2134 (B-50) accepted by the US Army Feb 27, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers".   Crashed Fort Benning, GA Jul 10, 1965
2135 (B-51) accepted by the US Army Mar 13, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Dec 1967.
Loaned to AVSCOM [United States Army Aviation Systems Command], St Louis, MS, Mar 1973
Loaned to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr 1973.  Assigned to US Army National Guard Oct 1973
To MASDC as XM0027 Jan 18, 1979.  Returned to manufacturer Mar 28, 1984 and rebuilt as CH-47D and 
reserialed 84-24182.
2136 (B-52) accepted by the US Army Apr 22, 1964.  Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter 
Company "Hillclimbers" –Mar 1967.  Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 87-00088.
2137 (B-53) accepted by the US Army Apr 24, 1964.  To MASDC as XM0011 Sep 6, 1978.  Returned to 
manufacturer Apr 28, 1984 and rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24184.
62-12292 ... 62-12301
Martin SM-68B Titan II missiles
Redesignated LGM-25C in 1962
12292 (B-49) stored at Norton AFB, CA
12293 (B-50) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 5, 1966
12294 (B-51) launched from Vandenberg AFB May 21, 1965
12295 (B-52) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 7, 1975
12296 (B-53) launched from Vandenberg AFB Aug 21, 1968
12297 (B-54) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 30, 1965
12298 (B-55) launched from Vandenberg AFB Apr 20, 1966
12299 (B-56) stored at Norton AFB, CA.  Used for Titan II SLV 23G-1
12300 (B-57) stored at Norton AFB, CA
12301 (B-58) failed in launch from Vandenberg AFB Sep 21, 1965
67-18494 ... 67-18551
Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook
Boeing Vertol Model 165.  MSN B-464/B-521.
18494 (B-464) first flight 14Oct67.  Accepted by the US Army 30Mar68
Assigned to Fort Sill, OK [1970]
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" [1975]
Crashed South Korea 1979. It had not flown in almost a year due to un-commanded SAS inputs. 
The rear transmission failed during flight and the aircraft made a forced landing. At about 
100-200ft before landing, the aft rotor blades began to hit the cabin. The aircraft caught fire.
Assigned to 242nd Aviation Company Muleskinners Fort Wainwright, AK [1980]
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00240.
18495 (B-465) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company [Feb73]
Assigned to US Army National Guard – California
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00247
18496 (B-466) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to Aviation Technical Test Center [ATTC] 
Crashed Feb 13, 1969, Apalachicola, FL
18497 (B.467) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Shot down in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam May 17, 1970.  Crew of 5 KIA
18498 (B.468) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68
Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA Jun68-Dec69
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jul70-Jan72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-
Accidentally flew across DMZ into North Korea and was shot down by
North Korean forces.  3 killed, 1 wounded.  The wounded
copilot was returned to US forces 3 days later, status of helicopter
unknown.
18499 (B-469) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Crashed Jul 3, 1970 when ran out of fuel west of Camp Eavans, South Vietnam and landed hard.  
Returned to USA but declared uneconomical to repair and SOC May 1971
18500 (B-470) Accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK May68-Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Apr70
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Aug70-Feb72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea Black Cats Feb73-	
Named "The Pride of Texas" 
Remanufactured as MH-47D and reserialed 89-00160
18501 (B-471) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Crashed LZ Erskine at north end of A Shau Valley, South Vietnam Feb 10, 1969
18502 (B.472) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Forced down by enemy fire in Laos Mar 18, 1971. Crew rescued, aircraft later destroyed by 
enemy mortar fire.
18503 (B-473) accepted by the US Army 29Mar68
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" 
Remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00170
18504 (B-474) accepted by the US Army 8Apr68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Jan72
Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Jun74
Remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24346
18505 (B-475) accepted by the US Army 9Apr68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Jul69
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Oct69-Apr70
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Sep70-Feb72
Accident 10 November 1971, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam when damaged by load.
Assigned to 120th Aviation Company "Razorbacks" Mar72-Sep72
Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Oct72-Feb73
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jan74
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Fort Carson, CO Feb74-
Remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00134.
18506 (B-476) accepted by the US Army 12Apr68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Shot down by ground fire over Laos Feb 15, 1971.  The aircraft was ferrying a load of gasoline 
into Laos when it was hit by enemy ground fire and began to lose altitude. While descending, 
the sling load apparently exploded, causing the aircraft to explode, break into pieces and 
crash. Ground observation stated that the aircraft seemed disoriented as it overflew a 
friendly location by several miles and descended into enemy-held territory about 10 mi SE of 
Sepone, Laos.  Six crew KIA.
18507 (B-477) accepted by the US Army 12Apr68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Shot down in Vietnam Jul 23, 1970.  On final approach, the aircraft was hit in the number 1 
engine and combining transmission. Hydraulic fluid was lost, the aircraft crashed and burned.
No injuries.
18508 (B-478) accepted by the US Army 17Apr68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Shot down in South Vietnam May 11, 1970 and made forced landing.  No casualties
18509 (B-479) accepted by the US Army 19Apr68.  remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 85-24337
18510 (B-480) accepted by the US Army 29Apr68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Oct71		Named "Airhorne"
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Jan72		Named "Airhorne"
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-		
Named "Christine" 
Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Innkeepers" 
Remanufactured as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00189
18511 (B-481) accepted by the US Army 22Apr68
Assigned to 355th Aviation Company, 4th Army, Fort Sill, OK Jun68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Jun70
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec70-Feb72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-Mar77
Crashed and burned about 20 mi SE of Pyeongtaek, South Korea Mar 2, 1977 after hitting high 
voltage cable in fog.
18512 (B-482) accepted by the US Army 26Apr68
Crashed in Peru Jun 13, 1970
18513 (B-483) accepted by the US Army 29Apr68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Crashed Tam Ky in Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Aug 2, 1969 after midair collision with 
O-2 67-21332.  5 crew killed.  The O-2 also crashed, killing its pilot. 
18514 (B-484) accepted by the US Army 3May68.  DBR in Vietnam Mar 30, 1970.
18515 (B-485) accepted by the US Army 8May68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Jul70		
Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Feb71-Feb72		
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-	
Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00186.
18516 (B-486) accepted by the US Army 9May68
Assigned to South East Asia Night Operations [SEA NITEOPS] Jul68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Aug68-Dec68
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan69-Mar70		
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Apr70-Apr71		
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71		
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Jan72		
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-	
Assigned to 295th Aviation Company, USAREUR 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00142.
18517 (B-487) accepted by the US Army 15May68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Aug70-Jan72
Assigned to 147th Aviation Company Hillclimbers, NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Feb73
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00137
18518 (B-488) accepted by the US Army 16May68
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
Crashed in South Vietnam Mar 5, 1971 after midair collision with Republic of Korea Army O-1G 
51-12257 near Lane Army Heliport, Binh Dinh Province.
18519 (B-489) accepted by the US Army 20May68
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" 
Shot down in Vietnam Mar 31, 1972.  The aircraft was hit by a 37mm radar controlled round. 
The aircraft landed in flames and was destroyed by exploding ammunition.
18520 (B-490) accepted by the US Army 17May68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct68-Mar70		
Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Jun70-Feb72		
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00167
18521 (B.491) accepted by the US Army 20May68
Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00222
18522 (B-492) accepted by the US Army 21May68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct68-Apr71
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Dec71
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan72
Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Dec72-Feb73		
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 86-01666
18523 (B-493) accepted by the US Army 23May68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Crashed on takeoff near Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, SVN Apr 2, 1969.  24 of 78 onboard killed.
18524 (B-494) accepted by the US Army 27May68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion.  Crashed in Vietnam Jan 10, 1970
18525 (B.495) accepted by the US Army 31May68
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 44th Engineer Group (Construction), Korat, Thailand Sep68-Oct68
Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Nov68-Dec69		
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Apr70-Jan72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-Oct75
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00235.
18526 (B-496) accepted by the US Army 4Jun68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct68-Apr70
Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb71-Apr71
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers", Fort Bragg, OK Aug72-Sep72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Oct72-Feb73
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00159.
18527 (B-497) accepted by the US Army 10Jun68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Jan71-Jan72
Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-
Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.  
In accident 23 mi off Cape Henry, VA Mar 20, 1983.  All 5 crew killed.
18528 (B-498) accepted by the US Army 7Jun68
Assigned to 213rd Assault Support Helicopter Company Dec68-Apr70		
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat" Sep70-Jul71
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Sep71-Feb72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Dec72-Feb73
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-Sep75
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00173.
18529 (B-499) accepted by the US Army 13Jun68
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers" Aug70-Dec71
Assigned to 18th Corps Aviation Company Jun72-Jan73
Shot down Binh Long Province, South Vietnam Feb 16, 1973.  The aircraft was on a supply 
mission for the peacekeeping forces following the signing of the cease-fire. The aircraft 
took small arms fire, crash-landed and erupted in flames, destroying the aircraft.  One crew 
member died later from burn injuries.  This was the last US Army helicopter lost in Vietnam. 
18530 (B-500) accepted by the US Army 17Jun68
Assigned to Panama
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 90-00201.  
18531 (B-501) accepted by the US Army 18Jun68
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 82-23780.
18532 (B-502) accepted by the US Army 18Jun68
Assigned to 200th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Pachyderms" Oct68-Sep70
Accident 8Sep70 South Vietnam. The aircraft sustained major damage.
Assigned to US Army National Guard Feb71-Apr71 
Assigned to US Army Reserve; 108th Division Training, 3rd Army, Charlotte, NC May71-Sep71
Assigned to 196th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Flippers", Fort Bragg, NC Aug72-Sep72
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats", Fort Benning & South Korea Oct72-Apr73
Assigned to 45th Transportation Company, South Korea Jul73-Nov73
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Dec73-Apr74
Assigned to 117th Assault Support Helicopter Company, South Korea May74-Dec74
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats", South Korea Jan75-
Rebuilt as MH-47D and reserialed 89-00161.
18533 (B-503) accepted by the US Army 28Jun68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Oct68-Apr71
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Jan72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Feb73
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-Sep75
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00138.
18534 (B-504) accepted by the US Army 3Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion, crashed in South Vietnam Jul 27, 1969
18535 (B.505) accepted by the US Army 1Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Crashed in South Vietnam Mar 20, 1970
18536 (B-506), accepted by the US Army 29Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Shot down by ground fire A Shau Valley, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Apr 18, 1969
and was destroyed by fire.  Crew of 5 all KIA. 
18537 (B-507) accepted by the US Army 1Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Dec68-Aug71.  Named "Beer Wagon" 
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72-Dec72
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
Assigned to US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL Dec73-
Converted to CH-47D and reserialed 84-24167
18538 (B-508) accepted by the US Army 25Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Dec68-Jun71
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Sep71-Oct71
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Jan72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA "Black Cats" Feb73
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Mar73-
Remanufactured as YCH-47D and reserialed 76-18538.
18539 (B-509) accepted by the US Army 10Jul68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Jan70
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam May70-Jan72
Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Feb73
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers" Fort Bragg, NC Dec73-
Assigned to 179th Aviation Company
Crashed near Little Rock, AR May 15, 1987 after caught fire in midair.  One passenger killed.
18540 (B-510) accepted by the US Army 11Jul68
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Accident 17May69 South Vietnam
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00271
18541 (B-511) accepted by the US Army 16Jul68
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 83-24121
18542 (B-512) accepted by the US Army 16Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Crashed in South Vietnam Feb 8, 1971.  The pilot extended speed trims while taxying on wet PSP, 
the forward blades struck the top of the parking revetment
18543 (B-513) accepted by the US Army 18Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion shot down in Vietnam Feb 23, 1969.  
The aircraft was at 700ft when hit by a RPG on the left side. A small fire broke out but was 
almost extinguished. The aircraft landed on a sand bar when the fire flared up and destroyed 
the aircraft.
18544 (B.514) accepted by the US Army 17Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion
Crashed at Landing Zone AIRBORNE about 7 kilometers north-northwest of A Luoi in the A Shau 
Valley South Vietnam Jun 23, 1969.  Four killed
18545 (B-515) accepted by the US Army 30Jul68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Aug70
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Feb71-Apr71
Crashed Tuy Hoa, Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam Apr 2, 1971.  Destroyed by fire, aircraft 
commander killed.
18546 (B-516) accepted by the US Army 9Aug68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Feb72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00166
18547 (B-517) accepted by the US Army 28Jul68
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Dec68-Aug71
Assigned to 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Boxcar" Jan72
Assigned to 62nd Aviation Company Feb72-Feb73
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat", Fort Carson, CO Oct74-
Assigned to US Army National Guard – California
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 91-00248.
18548 (B-518) accepted by the US Army Apr 5, 1968.  
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Dec70
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion May71-Oct71
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Nov71-Dec71
Assigned to 68th Assault Support Helicopter Company Jan72
Assigned to 362nd Assault Support Helicopter Company Feb72-Jun72
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Jul72-Feb73
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jan74
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat", Fort Carson, CO Feb74-
Assigned to 180th Aviation Company "Big Windy" USAREUR, West Germany [1984-1986]
Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington 
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 92-00284.
18549 (B-519) accepted by the US Army 9Aug68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68-Jan70
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion May70-Aug71
Assigned to A Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan72
Assigned to 213th Aviation Company, Camp Humphreys, South Korea "Black Cats" Feb73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00164.
18550 (B-520) accepted by the US Army 15Aug68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68–Feb70
Assigned to B Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jun70-Aug71
Assigned to C Company, 159th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion Jan72
Assigned to 180th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Big Windy" Feb72-May72
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 34th General Support Group Aug72
Assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters, 1st Aviation Brigade Sep72
Assigned to C Troop, 16th Air Cavalry Regiment Dec72-Jan73
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Jun73
Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Shrimpboat", Fort Carson, CO Oct74-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 84-24181.
18551 (B-521) accepted by the US Army 19Aug68
Assigned to 213th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Black Cats" Dec68–Mar70
Assigned to 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company "Hillclimbers", Vietnam Jul70-Jan72
Assigned to 147th Aviation Company "Hillclimbers", NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb72-Feb73
Loan to NASA, Langley Research Center, VA, Apr73-Nov73
Assigned to 196th Aviation Company "Flippers" Fort Bragg, NC Dec73-
Rebuilt as CH-47D and reserialed 89-00174.
72-0436 ... 72-0449
Northrop F-5B-50-NO Freedom Fighter
MSN N.8087/N.8100
0436,0437 (MSN N.8087/N.8088) to Turkey in 1972
0436 (MSN N.8087) to Turkey as 72-0436. (151st Filo) w/o May 29, 1982
0437 w/o Nov 23,1981 near Gumushacikoy-Balikli Merzifon
0438 (MSN N.8089) to South Korea
0439 (MSN N.8090) with 405th TFW crashed near Tucson, AZ Jul 27, 1982 following collision
with F-5 73-0899.  All three occupants from both aircraft ejected but one was killed.
However, 72-0439 was at the 425th TFTS at Williams AFB AZ and it was still in 
service in 1983.  There was also an F-5E 73-0899 (in either F or G flight - not sure which) at Williams in the 425th as 
well. 0899 is also listed as being with the "405th TFW" in Az. 
0440 (MSN N.8091) to Turkey in 1986.  Upgraded to F-5B-2000
0441 (MSN N.8092) converted to GF-5B.  Noted at Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona painted as 60441 
0442/0448 (MSN N.8093/N.8099) to South Korea
0449 (MSN N.8100) to Turkey in 1986.  Completed F-5/2000 upgrade, flying for first time Apr 17, 2001.
72-1337 ... 72-1356
Northrop F-5B-50-NO Freedom Fighter 
MSN N.8101/8120.  To Saudi Arabia in 1973 as 740/759
1345 to Yemen
1348 to Yemen ? 
1352 to Yemen
1353 to Yemen
73-1602 ... 73-1613
Northrop F-5B-50-NO Freedom Fighter
MSN N.8121/8132.
1602 (MSN N.8121) to Thailand AF in 1986 as Kh18k-6/30, code 23105.
Stored at Udon Thani Feb 2003.
1603 (MSN N.8122) to Thailand AF in 1986 as Kh18k-7/30, code
23106.  Preserved at Udon Thani
1604 (MSN N.8123) to Jordanian AF as 1700, to Greek AF in 1983
1605 (MSN N.8124) to Jordanian AF as 1701, to Greek AF in 1983
1606/1608 (MSN N.8125/N.8127) to South Vietnam in 1974
1607 returned to USAF
1609 (MSN N.8128) to South Vietnam.  To Thailand in 1975 as
Kh18k-3/18.  Code 1303 in 1975 then 10303 in Jan 1980, then 23103
1610 was manufacturer's test aircraft
1611 (MSN N.8130) to Taiwan 
1612 (MSN N.8131) to Taiwan
1613 to Iran
74-0775 ... 74-0786
Northrop F-5B-50-NO Freedom Fighter
MSN N.8133/8144.				
0775/0777 (MSN N.8133/N.8135) to Taiwan
0777 (MSN N.8135) sold from Taiwan to Turkey in 1988 as 74777.  Still in use Oct 2004
0778 (MSN N.8136) to Malaysian AF as FM2201, to Thailand AF in 1982 as
Kh18k-4/25, code 10302, then 23102, then 71102,
then 70102.  Crashed Apr 21, 2005. 
0779 (MSN N.8137) to Malaysian AF as FM2202, to Thailand AF in 1982
as Kh18K-5/25, code 10304, then 23104, then 71103, then 
70103.  
0780/0786 (MSN N.8138/N.8144) to Taiwan
0780 (MSN N.8138) transferred to Philippines
0783/0785 to Jordan
74-1576 ... 74-1581
Northrop F-5B-50-NO Freedom Fighter
MSN X.1001/1006.  To Brazil as 4800/4805
1576 (MSN X.1001) to Brazilian AF as 4800.  Preserved at Dos Afonson, Brazil
1577 (MSN X.1002) to Brazilian AF as 4801.  With 1 GaVCa collided in midair with vulture over
Guaratingueta SP, Brazil May 22, 1975.  Both crew ejected
1578 (MSN X.1003) to Brazilian AF as 4802.  Stored at Pama, SP, Brazil
1579 (MSN X.1004) to Brazilian AF as 4803.  Preserved at Sao Paulo-Mart, Brazil
1580 (MSN X.1005) to Brazilian AF as 4804.  Preserved at Galeao, RJ, Brazil
1581 (MSN X.1006) to Brazilian AF as 4805.  Preserved at Santa Cruz, RJ, Brazil
74-2097 ... 74-2112
cancelled contract for Northrop F-5B-50-NO 
74-2114 ... 74-2129
Northrop F-5B-50-NO Freedom Fighter 
sold to Korea

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