USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: C-17
Data last updated: Sun Jan 19 19:26:54 2014
31-408 ... 31-408
Lockheed Y1C-17
c/n 159.  Vega Model DL-1B Special.  Crashed 3/10/31.
Salvaged but never repaired, SOC 4/22/31.
41-18337 ... 41-18699
Douglas C-47-DL
18337/18394 c/n 4375/4432
18395/18397 c/n 4442/4444
18398/18465 c/n 4460/4527
18466/18536 c/n 4558/4628
18537/18603 c/n 4662/4728
18604/18638 c/n 4765/4799
18639/18672 c/n 6000/6033
18673/18699 c/n 6079/6105
18337 (c/n 4375) to USAAF May 16, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 12, 1942 - Scrapped for spares nov11, 1942
18338 (c/n 4376) to USAAF May 19, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 23, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as F-BCYH (Air Algerie Mar 19, 1947), then to French Air
Force Nov 15, 1952 until broken up Nov 1968
18339 (c/n 4377) to USAAF May 19, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 08, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - Condemned (crashed) Aug 26, 1944
18340 (c/n 4378) to USAAF May 20, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 19, 1942 - North Africa
Nov 05, 1942 - Condemned Apr 13, 1943 
18341 (c/n 4379) to USAAF May 19, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 07, 1942 - North Africa
Nov 06, 1942 - Condemned Sep 10, 1945 Bari, Italy (parts)
18342 (c/n 4380) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945.  To civil registry as I-LIRA (Linee Aeree Italiane Sep 20, 1947) 
then to Italian AF as MM61826/SM-20 Apr 14, 1955, I-RIBE for Ministry of Defense 
Sep 09, 1958 and MM61826 again until wfu.
18343 (c/n 4381) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 08, 1942 - North Africa
Nov 07, 1942 - 10th AF, Karachi Apr 08, 1944 - North Africa again Jul 29, 1944 - 
USA Jul 06, 1945 - RFC Dec 31, 1945. To civil registry as NC47755
(Aramco ‘Hoopoe’), N720A (Rr 1955) and 5B-CAV (World Inter Supply Services, Nicosia 
Dec 1968 - Wfu Jeddah by 1975, noted derelict (part burnt) 1978.
18344 (c/n 4382) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jul 08, 1942 - North Africa feb 10, 1943 - 
USA Jul 08, 1945 - RFC Jan 06, 1946. To civil registry as NC47762 (Aramco), N722A 
(Rr 1955 - Pan Malaysia Air 1976 - New Jersey Airlines - Various
owners/operators) and N782T (Tolair Services).  With Four Star
Air Cargo, ditched in Caribbean shortly after takeoff from Cyril King IAP, 
St Thomas, Virgin Islands Jul 19, 2006.  All four onboard were rescued.
18345 (c/n 4383) to USAAF May 19, 1942 - 8th AF, UK aug 18, 1942 - North Africa
Apr 30, 1943 - USA Nov 20, 1945 - RFC Dec 16, 1945. To civil registry as NC75413 
(Executive Air Transport - United Air Lines Oct 26, 1946), XA-GUX (LAMSA
‘Ciudad de Durango’ May 10, 1948 - Aeronaves de Mexico Jul 1952 - Aerolineas Mexicanas - 
Aeronaves de Mexico 1960), XC-CIJ (Secretary of Comm. and Transport Jul 05, 1967), and
XC-DOJ. 
18346 (c/n 4384) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jul 22, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy. Cond Bari, Italy May 21, 1944 (mid-air coll)
18347 (c/n 4385) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 29, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - Cond Nov 06, 1943 ‘following ennemy action’
18348 (c/n 4386) to USAAF may 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK aug 23, 1942 - USA jul 31, 1945 - 
RFC Oct 25, 1945. To civil registry as NC47995 (Lsd to Pioneer Airlines ‘Davy Crockett’ 
Mar 1947) and returned to USAF after conversion to C-117C Mar 01, 1952, then VC-117C 
(1963 to 1967)
18349 (c/n 4387) to USAAF may 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 08, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as N22410 (?), I-LUCE
(Linee Aeree Italiane Apr 17, 1947, becoming Alitalia Nov 01, 1957), F-BJUT 
(TAI Dec 1959, lsd to Air Inter oct 1961 - Air Atlantique Jan 1963)
and 7T-VBB SACA/Afric Air Feb 02, 1965. Noted Derelict
Toulouse Aug 1966.
18350 (c/n 4388) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 06, 1942 - USA Sep 03, 1945 - 
RFC Sep 06, 1945. To civil registry as NC65747 (Arute Bros Inc, Syracuse, NY) then 
N6574 (Arute International Air Inc, New Britain, CT. ).  Crashed into sea off San Salvador, 
Bahamas Mar 02, 1973
18351 (c/n 4389) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 17, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - FLC Jan 03, 1946.  To civil registry as I-LAMA (Linee Aeree Italiane Mar 12, 1948 
to Apr 14, 1955), then sold to Italian AF as MM61823. WFU	
18352 (c/n 4390) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - USA Jul 02, 1945 - RFC Nov 25,
1945 - To civil registry as NC61351 (Continental Airlines Dec 20, 1945 - Mid Continent 
Airlines - Braniff ‘360’ Aug 15, 1952 - Tusco Corp Jan 21, 1960 - Lake Central 
Airlines Apr 20, 1961), then PK-ZDE (Zamrud Aviation, Bali Sep 30, 1967).  Noted 
derelict Denpasar 1972.
18353 (c/n 4391) to USAAF May 18, 1942 - 8th F, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
Condemned Dec 28, 1943 (crashed)
18354 (c/n 4392) to USAAF May 27, 1942 -8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - USA Jul 04, 1945 - RFC Nov 19, 1945. 
To civil registry as NC58492, XA-FUH and N4618V (Various owners/operators). Sold to
Mexico Sep 13, 1949, no later reports.
18355 (c/n 4393) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Nov 11, 1943 (ditched)
18356 (c/n 4394) to USAAF may 27, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - Cond Bari May 31, 1944 (Mid air coll)
18357 (c/n 4395) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - USA Aug
01, 1945 - RFC Nov 08, 1945. To civil registry as NC88789 (Aramco ‘Seagull’) and 
N723A (Rr 1955, various owners/operators).  Crashed Narssarsuaq,
Greenland Sep 21, 1977 (operated by NJ Airlines)
18358 (c/n 4396) to USAAF May 29, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-ETNA (ALI Jun 06, 1947). Crashed Dec 06, 1948
Milano-Forlanini
18359 (c/n 4397) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 03, 1945. To civil
registry as NC69354 (?), then CU-T808 (Cubana until Aug 72).
18360 (c/n 4398) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - FLC Jan 03, 1946.  To civil registry as F-BCYT (French CAA Apr 28, 1948 - 
Air France 1949 - Fretair Feb 1970 - Vargas Aviation Nov 1970 - Uni Air Feb 1976, lsd
to Intra Airways 1977), EI-BDU (Kerry Airways, Mar 1978, ntu), F-BCYT again with 
Uni Air...fate unclear
18361 (c/n 4399) to USAAF May 29, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned May 16, 1943 (crashed)
18362 (c/n 4400) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC May 01, 1943 -
Operated by Pan American Aug 30, 1943 - USA Jan 19, 1944 - RFC Oct 14, 1945. 
To civil registry as NC56589 (Western Air Lines 1947 to Oct 20, 1948 - Bonanza Airlines - 
West Coast Airlines ‘107’ Jun 17, 1950) and CX-BDF (PLUNA Dec 31, 1964 to 1972). 
Reduced to spares. 
18363 (c/n 4401) to USAAF May 1942. assigned to 61 TCG at Pope Field, Ft Bragg, NC was damaged Jul 01, 1942 because of a 
mechanical failure during landing at Lawson Field, Ft Benning, GA.  Home based at So Plains AFS, Lubbock, TX, 
damaged in another landing accident on Jan 08, 1943.  Next attached to 15th TCS, 61 TCG at  So Plains AFS, 
Lubbock, TX, damaged in a taxi accident on Feb 16, 1943.  Next on Jul 26, 1943 while attached to 307th TCS, 
10th TCG at Lawson Field, Ft Benning, GA was seriously damaged in a landing accident at Columbus-Muscogee Co. 
Airport, GA.   To US Navy as R4D-1, BuNo 30147 (c/n 4401).
18364 (c/n 4402) to USAAF May 27, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 08, 1945.  To civil registry as C-1202 
(Soc. Aerea del Tolima 1947), then HK-1202 (Avianca Jul 10, 1952 - Taxi Aerea Opita
1962.  WFU 1968)
18365 (c/n 4403) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - USA Jul 20, 1945 - 
RFC Nov 19, 1945. To civil registry as NC47763 (No details)
18366 (c/n 4404) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - USA Jul 03, 1945 - 
RFC Nov 12, 1945. To civil registry as NC18648 (?), then HK-329 (LANSA - Avianca 
Oct 1951 - LAICA May 1969, lsd to El Venado nov 1973, returned and lsd to
Aeronorte 1978). Crashed near Puerto Alayo, Santander, Colombia Sep 10, 1980
18367 (c/n 4405) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 16, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy. Condemned Nov 10, 1944 (Collision) 
18368 (c/n 4406) to USAAF May 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK, Sep 15, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Jul 22, 1944 (crashed)
18369 (c/n 4407) to USAAF May 29, 1942 - 8th AF, UK, Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Nov 21, 1942
18370 (c/n 4408) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Jan 11, 1944 (crashed)
18371 (c/n 4409) to USAAF May 29, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC May 01, 1943 -
Operated by Pan American Aug 30, 1943 - North Africa Wing ATC - USA Feb 07, 1945 - 
To RFC Oct 11, 1945.  No further reports
18372 (c/n 4410) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 29, 1945.  To civil
registry as C-212 (TACA - LAC), C-125 (Avianca), HK-125 (Rr 1955) and 
CF-ILY (Northern Wings Ltd, Nov 07, 1955).  Crashed May 19, 1957 Seven Islands, PQ.
18373 (c/n 4411) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - USA - North Africa May 07, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - 
FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-LEDA (Linee Aeree Italiane Apr 12, 1947). 
Crashed Reggio Calabria Apt Jan 02, 1957.
18374 (c/n 4412) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy. Condemned Jul 06, 1944 (crashed)
18375 (c/n 4413) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy.  Condemned Sep 01, 1944 (Spares)
18376 (c/n 4414) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 19, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - RFC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as NC22421 (?), C-122 (Avianca Jul 23, 1947), 
HK-122 (Rr, lsd to LAOS Colombia - El Venado Oct 19, 1973 - Aeronorte 1977 to Feb 1979 - 
SELVA Colombia Nov 1980 - ... - Lineas Aéreas El Dorado) -- Aerolineas Andinas 
(ALIANSA).  Current as of Sep 1999
18377 (c/n 4415) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 02, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC86564 (Panagra Jan 23, 1946, probably for spares as ... cancelled shortly after
registration)
18378 (c/n 4416) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy.  Condemned Nov 20, 1944 (Crashed)
18379 (c/n 4417) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - USA. Condemned, Pope Field, NC. 
18380 (c/n 4418) to USAAF May 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 08, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy.  Condemned Jun 08, 1944 
18381 (c/n 4419) to USAAF jun 02, 1942 - USA - Operated by TWA Mar 04, 1944 to Mar 30, 1944 - 
RFC Dec 02, 1945.  To civil registry as NC51182 (Pan American Airways), TI-18 (LACSA 
May 1946 - Seized by Nicaragua govt Apr 24, 1948 - LACSA 1951), PP-AXV (Aerovias 
Brasil, bought Dec 13, 1951, registered Dec 22, 1952!), PP-NBK (Aeronorte May 05, 1953), 
PP-ABE (Suprimentos Aeronauticos do Brasil Feb 10, 1958), N6893C (Stewart Davis Inc. 
Aug 12, 1958), XA-NAA (Aerolineas Vega Sep 06, 1959, cancelled Aug 23, 1969), PP-BAG (Cia
Brasileira de Servicios Aeronauticas Mar 08, 1960, NTU, cancelled 20 Jul 1961) and N6893C 
(Vanguard Export Co).  Noted Oct 1976 WFU Oaxaca, Mexico as XA-NAA.
18382 (c/n 4420) to USAAF Jun 02, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Sep 16, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Aug 26, 1944 (Spares)
18383 (c/n 4421) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - USA - Condemned Apr 17, 1943, Sedalia, MO.
18384 (c/n 4442) to USAAF Jun 02, 1942 - USA - North Africa May 07, 1943 - USA Jun 26, 1945 - 
To RFC Nov 19, 1945. To civil registry as NC47996 for lease to Pioneer Airlines ‘Ben Milan’ 
May 1947 to Mar 11, 1952.  Returned to USAF as C-117C Mar 1952 to Sep 1955, then
stored. 
18385 (c/n 4423) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - USA - Operated by Overseas Airlines Aug 18, 1943 - 
RFC Oct 15, 1945.  To civil registry as NC58093 (R Farrell, Hong Kong), 
VR-HDB (Cathay Pacific Oct 03, 1946).  Registered as VH-MAL for New Guinea
Airways Aug 3, 1953, but probably never used or operated by Cathay until Apr 22, 1954. 
To W R Carpenter & Co Aug 06, 1955 - Mandated Airlines Jun 26, 1959 - 
Ansett-MAL Jun 12, 1961 - Ansett Airlines of Papua/New Guinea May 09, 1968 - 
Ansett (P & NG) Jul 28, 1973 and Bush Pilot Airways lsd Sep 1973 until bought 
Mar 04, 1974. Returned to Cathay Pacific as VR-HDB Sep 23, 1983 and now preserved at 
the Hong Kong Museum of Science & 
18386 (c/n 4424) to USAAF Jun 06, 1942 - USA - North Africa Jun 21, 1943 - USA Aug 16, 1945 - 
RFC Oct 23, 1945. To civil registry as NC64424 (Challenger Airlines 1946 - Monarch 
Airlines Jun 01, 1949 - Frontier Airlines Jun 01, 1950 - Nevada Air Transport 1962 -
Alamo Airways Sep 13, 1964 - Thunderbird Airways 1966 - Tropical Air Transport
Inc, Miami, FL. Jan 1968 to 1973, ...
18387 (c/n 4425) to USAAF Jun 06, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 08, 1945. To civil registry as 
NC69353 (?), HC-SGF (ATESA Sep 14, 1948) and HC-SJE-005 (Aerovias Ecuatorianas Jul 03, 1951).
Crashed Sangai, Oriente May 14, 1972.
18388 (c/n 4426) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - USA - North Africa Jun 12, 1943 - 12th
AF, Italy.  Missing Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 14290.  
18389 (c/n 4427) to USAAF Jun 14, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - North Africa
Nov 19, 1942 - Condemned Nov 19, 1942 (Prob. ennemy action)
18390 (c/n 4428) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - South Atlantic Wing ATC, May 01, 1943 -
USA Aug 01, 1944 - To spares Jun 17, 1945
18391 (c/n 4429) to USAAF Jun 04, 1942 - USA - Africa & Middle East May 01, 1943 - 
USA Jul 29, 1945 - To RFC Oct 25, 1945. No further reports
18392 (c/n 4430) to USAAF Jun 05, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 20, 1945. To civil
registry as NC47968 for lease to Pioneer Airlines ‘Kit Carson’ 1948. 
Returned to USAF after conversion to C-117C Mar 1952 - To USAF Air University Jan 1970
Back to civil registry as N21ND (Indiana Dept of Civil Defense, Apr 1970 - 
Vincennes University, IN. 1974), N21VU (Rr 1974), N37AP (Various owners/operators)
18393 (c/n 4431) to USAAF Jun 06, 1942 - USA - Surveyed at George Field, IL. Aug 29, 1944
18394 (c/n 4432) to USAAF Jun 06, 1942 - USA - Africa & Middle East May 01, 1943 - 
USA Aug 26, 1945 - RFC Oct 04, 1945. To civil registry as NC54213 (Panagra May 23, 1946), 
then YC-C-AVU (Avensa).  Crashed at Valera, Venezuela Dec 15, 1950.
18395 (c/n 4442) to USAAF Jun 12, 1942 - Alaska Jun 23, 1942 - USA Jul 12, 1945 - 
RFC Nov 05, 1945. To civil registry as XA-GEF (Aerovias Braniff SA), N4719V (Wardell 
Hatch & Co) and PP-CDT (Cruzeiro ‘Coriamba’ del Oct 02, 1951, Reg Jan 22, 1952 - 
Jari Industria e Comercio Nov 14, 1966). WFU at unkwn date.
18396 (c/n 4443) to USAAF Jun 14, 1942 - Alaska jun 23, 1942 - USA Oct 04, 1943 - 
Surveyed Feb 14, 1944.
18397 (c/n 4444) to USAAF Jun 14, 1942 - Alaska Jun 23, 1942 - USA Oct 04, 1944 - 
RFC Sep 20, 1945. To civil registry as NC57609 (Universal Airlines Nov 21, 1946), then 
TI-107 (TAN Jan 24, 1947). Missing Jul 01, 1947.
18398 (c/n 4460) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Operated by Pan American Jul 05, 1942 - 
10th AF, India Nov 14, 1942 - India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 10th
AF, Karachi. To Government of India Apr 10, 1946. 
18399 (c/n 4461) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Operated by Pan American Jun 05, 1942 -
10th AF, India, Nov 14, 1942 - India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Feb 05, 1945 - 
To RFC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registration as NC88805, then YS-30 with Aerovias Latino
Americanas ‘Cuzcatlan’.  Crashed Apr 30, 1947 Ilapango Apt, San Salvador.  Collided
with a locomotive while trying to land. Aircraft was destroyed by impact and fire.
18400 (c/n 4462) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Operated by Pan American Jul 05, 1942 -
African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Dec 06, 1945 - RFC Dec 09, 1945. 
No further reports.
18401 (c/n 4463) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Operated by Pan American Jul 02, 1942 -
African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943. To French Air Force as 118401, French Flight 
Test Center (1954) as F-ZJLX and French Government Nov 25, 1958 as F-BCBB.  Returned to 
French AF Mar 20, 1964 and sold to Israel ADF Jan 25, 1967 as 032/4X-FNE. 
To US civil registry as N155JM with with Global Aircraft Industries, Phoenix, AZ
Aug 27, 1999. then N150D with Ozark Airlines Museum, St Louis, MO. 
18402 (c/n 4464) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - Central African Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - Cairo Jun 01, 1945. 
To civil registry as F-BCCL (STAEO Jan 25, 1952). Crashed Tourane, Indochina Jun
08, 1954.
18403 (c/n 4465) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Jul 9, 1945 - 
RFC Nov 06, 1945. No further reports.
18404 (c/n 4466) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - North Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Nov 02, 1943 - 
RFC Oct 16, 1945. To civil registry as NC14937 (RFC), CU-P144 (Aerovias « Q »), 
CU-T144 (Cubana) and HK-864 (Texader Jul 1955). Cancelled 1971
18405 (c/n 4467) to USAAF Jun 23, 1942 - North Atlantic Wing ATC May 1943 - USA Nov 16, 1943 - 
North African Wing ATC Jan 08, 1944 - 12th AF, Italy - Cond Apr 28, 1944 (Spares)
18406 (c/n 4468) to USAAF Jul 02, 1942 - Alaska may 01, 1943 - USA Jul 02, 1944 - RFC Oct 16, 1945. 
To civil registry as NC14941 (owner?). Crashed feb 25, 1946.
18407 (c/n 4469) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - USA - RFC sep 20, 1945. No further reports
18408 (c/n 4470) to USAAF Jun 29, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, Australia Aug 05, 1942 - USA Jul 01, 1944 - 
RFC Oct 09, 1945.  To civil registry as NC361 and sold to the Chilian AF as FAC956 Apr 27, 1953.
Crashed El Plumerillo May 12, 1967.
18409 (c/n 4471) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - USA - North Africa May 12, 1943 - USA Aug 17, 1945 - 
RFC Nov 08, 1945. To civil registry as NC54206, CX-AIJ (PLUNA ‘Paysandu’ Apr 1947, 
transfered to TAMU ‘524’ Feb 1979). WFU 
18410 (c/n 4472) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - USA - 14th AF, China Jun 21, 1943.
To China AF Jun 29, 1943.
18411 (c/n 4473) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - African Middle East Wing ATC Nov 16,
1942 - USA Sep 19, 1945 - RFC Sep 22, 1945. To civil registry as PP-FVA (Various Brazilian govmt
agencies), then C-47-2055 for the Brazilian AF.  Crashed Natal, RN, Brazil Mar 25, 1961.
18412 (c/n 4474) to USAAF Jun 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 01, 1942 - 9th AF.
Condemned Mar 14, 1946 (Spares)
18413 (c/n 4475) to USAAF Jun 29, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, Australia Sep 21, 1942 - USA - 
RFC Oct 17, 1945
18414 (c/n 4476) to USAAF Jun 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 21, 1945. To civil registry as 
NC15584 (Standard Airlines - Central Airlines - Frontier Airlines Oct 1967 - Houston Aviation
Products Apr 01, 1968 - Shawnee Airlines, Orlando, FL. 1974). Derelict St Petersburg, FL. Sep 1976.
18415 (c/n 4477) to USAAF Jun 30, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, Australia Nov 10 to Dec 12, 1942 - 
RFC Sep 20, 1945.  To civil registry as NC51881 (Nationwide Airlines - Puerto Rico Air
Transport), XH-SAD (SAHSA Jan 05, 1952). Crashed 4m NNE Santa Rosa Jun 02, 1953.
Rebuilt, registered again as XH-SAD to SAHSA Sep 19, 1957, changed to HR-SAD Mar 01, 1961. 
Then TG-CAH (Aero Express Jul 01, 1975).  Crashed May 30, 1978 Santo Thomas,
Guatemala. Noted stored Guatemala City (Sep 1980) until reported stored Port au Prince Nov 1983.
18416 (c/n 4478) to USAAF Jun 29, 1942 - USA.  Crashed near Lawson Field, GA Oct 27, 1943.
18417 (c/n 4479) to USAAF Jun 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 10, 1945. To civil registry as C-1201 (SEATA), 
HK-1201 (SEATA - LANSA - Avianca Jul 10, 1952), N2077A (L B Smith), F-OART (Air France 
Feb 19, 1956), N330 (Avalon Air Transport 1959 - Various owners/operators
including LAVCO, lsd from Dec 29, 1966 to 1969 and Arax Airlines Oct 26, 1974 to 1978). 
5N-ARC and N514GL reserved but NTU. Then to Spain as EC-177 (temp), EC-EJN (NTU) and last 
EC-EJB (Delivered to ARM-Palfem Aeromarket Express dba, Palma de Mallorca
without engines. Stored Palma-San Bonet Jul 06, 1996 without fin and only one engine). 
N330 again (Global Equipment Leasing) end of 1999/early 2000.
18418 (c/n 4480) to USAAF Jun 29, 1942 - USA - North Africa May 12, 1943 -  (60th TCG, 12th TCS) shot down by AAA 
S of Catania, Sicily, Italy Jul 13, 1943. 4 KIA.  MACR 416.
18419 (c/n 4481) to USAAF Jun 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 27, 1942 - RFC Nov 08, 1945. 
To civil registry as NC65566 (No details).  Cancelled
18420 (c/n 4482) to USAAF Jul 01, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 27, 1942 - RFC Nov 08, 1945. 
No further details
18421 (c/n 4483) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 01, 1942 - North Africa
Jan 31, 1943 - USA Aug 08, 1945 - RFC Nov 18, 1945.  Transferred to Central Air Transport
Corporation Dec 21, 1945 as XT-T23.  To civil registry as 
NC67872 (Pacific Airways May 10, 1947 - Hawaiian Airlines ‘21’ Oct 29, 1947 - Esso 
Shipping Co, NYC), HK-1515E (International Petroleum Dec 04, 1953), HP-335 (TASA 1961) 
and N502J (Various owners/operators, cancelled 1969)
18422 (c/n 4484) 
18423 (c/n 4485) to USAAF Jul 16, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - North Africa
Jan 31, 1943 - USA Jun 30, 1945 - RFC oct 14, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC56645 (Air Freight Inc). For sale Jul 11, 1947, registration cancelled, no further details.
18424 (c/n 4486) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Jan 20, 1945 (spares)
18425 (c/n 4487) to USAAF Jul 03, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Sep 27, 1945 (Spares)
18426 (c/n 4488) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Transfered to the RAF Apr 01, 1944 (Serial number unknown)
18427 (c/n 4489) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - Douglas Aircraft - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - 
USA Aug 17, 1945 - RFC Oct 31, 1945. To civil registry as NC75431 (Various
owners/operators)
18428 (c/n 4490) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - 9th AF Mar 29, 1944 - 
USA Sep 04, 1945 - RFC Sep 07, 1945. To civil registry as NC75430 (United Air Lines - 
Air News Inc, San Antonio, TX. - Frontier ‘Gran Canyon’ Jun 17, 1955 - Air
Tours Leasing Co, Aurora, CO. Apr 12, 1963 - Club Aire Sport & Travel Ass., 
Denver, CO. 1965 - California Airmotive Corp - D Cavener, May 07, 1970). 
Crashed May 21, 1970 Prudhoe Bay, AK. 
18429 (c/n 4491) to USAAF Jul 05, 1942 - USA - Appears as the close-up aircraft in the mass jump near the
end of the film "Objective Burma".  To RFC Sep 05, 1946.  To civil registry as 
NC67902 (Pan American Airways), XB-HIZ (Cia Mexicana de Aeroplanos SA ‘Tayolita’ Sep 12, 1947), 
XA-GUS (Aeronaves de Mexico ‘Mitl’ Feb 03, 1948) and XB-FOO (Cia de Industria Pesquera 
Oct 01, 1969).  Cancelled
18430 (c/n 4492) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - USA - Condemned Feb 25, 1943 
18431 (c/n 4493) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, Australia Jul 13, 1943 - 
Condemned Aug 14, 1943 (accident)
18432 (c/n 4494) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - USA - Condemned Jan 07, 1943 
18433 (c/n 4495) to USAAF Jul 06, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 25, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
FLC Dec 11, 1945.  To civil registry as F-BCYR (Air France Jul 24, 1947), LR-AAM (CGT ‘Beyrouth’ 
Aug 04, 1947, becoming Air Liban Mar 1951), OD-AAM (Rr may 1951), VR-AAZ (Aden Airways Jul
27, 1964) and F-OCKT (Air Djibouti Jul 23, 1968). Crashed in sea 9m W Djibouti Jul 2, 1969.
18434 (c/n 4496) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 4, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
To civil registry as I-LORD (Linee Aeree Italiane Jun 21, 1947 - Alitalia Nov 01,
1957. Lsd to SAM.  Sold to Rhodesian Air Force Sep 9, 1964, then to Zambia Air Force. Current?
18435 (c/n 4497) to USAAF Jul 08, 1942 - Douglas Aircraft - Class 26 Sep 10, 1942 - To RFC 
Feb 15, 1946.  To civil registry as NC66699 (Grand Central Airport Co Mar 27, 1947 to Nov 1953), 
N4865V (Rr), N2001A, N534A, N4800 (Various owners/operators) 
18436 (c/n 4498) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 - USA - African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 
USA Jul 21, 1945 - To RFC Nov 16, 1945. To civil registry as NC75411 (Executive Air Transport - 
Chicago & Southern - ARAMCO ‘Cormoran’ Dec 1953), N717A (Various owners/operators), 
HI-252 (ADSA Jun 1975 - Lsd to Aerovias Quisqueyanas Mar 1978). Noted wfu West Palm Beach, FL. 
May 1980 as N717A, reported impounded Montego Bay, Jamaica (Drug runner) and seen derelict
there May 1983.
18437 (c/n 4499) to USAAF Jul 08, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, Australia Sep 23 to Dec 09, 1942 - 
North Africa Feb 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. Condemned Jul 08, 1944 (spares)...but... reported to Royal
Hellenic Air Force (355 Sqdn) as 49-2625!
18438 (c/n 4500) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy- FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
To civil registry as I-LONA (Linee Aeree Italiane Nov 12, 1947 - Alitalia Nov 01, 1957), 
PH-MAB (Martins Air Charter Feb 08, 1960 - Moormanair), then Indonesian Navy as U-603 from 
Feb 1970 until WFU during the 1980s.
18439 (c/n 4501) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 27, 1942 - North Africa
Feb 13, 1943 - USA Aug 17, 1945 - RFC Oct 30, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC67826 (Douglas Aircraft Corp), then SA-R3 (Saudi Arabian Royal Flight Jul 1947
to Oct 1964), HZ-AAE (Saudi Arabian Airlines Feb 1966).  W/o Feb 09, 1968, cancelled
1972
18440 (c/n 4502) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Sep 24 to Dec 09, 1942 - 
Ground collision Laurinburg Field Jan 30, 1943.  Fuselage probably
used with new wings for rebuilt as ...F-BCYI (Air Algerie Jun 1947 - Autrex May 1953). 
Crashed Xieng Khouang, Indochina Mar 13, 1954.
18441 (c/n 4503) to USAAF Jul 15, 1942 - 8th AF UK Dec 12, 1942 -  Is erported to have
crashed during attempted forced landing 5 mi WNW of Shrewsbury
Dec 14, 1942.  Must have been repaired if following history is correct.  USA Aug 17, 1945 - 
RFC Oct 30, 1945. To civil registry as NC47764 (Aramco ‘Tern’ 1946), 
N718A (Rr 1955 - Pan Malaysia Air 1976 - All World Aviation, Rosslyn, CA. Mar 1977, 
lsd to Air Libya 1978 - Various Owners/operators).  Wfu
18442 (c/n 4504) to USAAF Jul 09, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945.  No further reports.
18443 (c/n 4505) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. To French Air Force, then to civil registry as 
F-BEIX (CGT Sep 07? 1948 - Air France Jan 1950 - Cie Air Transport
Mar 19, 1952 - Transgabon, lsd Mar 19, 1962 until bought late 1963).  Converted to Maxi-DC-3 Jan
1964 for Transgabon, registered TR-LKM Sep 1965. Sold to Air Niger as 5U-AJ Jun 16, 1971, 
lsd to Air Ivoire and crashed nr Founkoueye, Niger Jun 10, 1977.
18444 (c/n 4506) to USAAF Jul 21, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - FLC Jan 03, 1946.  To civil registry as I-SOLE (SISA May 10, 1947 - 
ALI Sep 12, 1949 - LAI Sep 28, 1952), I-LOTT (Rr Mar 31, 1953,
cancelled Mar 02, 1955), then to Italian AF as MM61824, later sold to Somali
AF (wfu)
18445 (c/n 4507) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - Condemned Oct 05, 1944 (missing)
18446 (c/n 4508) to USAAF jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 25, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned May 20, 1944 (collision)
18447 (c/n 4509) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
FLC Dec 11, 1945.  To civil registry as F-BCYK (Air Algerie Jan 08, 1948 - Air France Apr
1953).  Crashed St Priest Jan 28, 1956 on approach to Lyon Apt. 
18448 (c/n 4510) to USAAF Jul 10, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 23, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Sep 23, 1944 (crashed) 
18449 (c/n 4511) to USAAF Aug 17, 1942.  Crashed Aug 23, 1942, Patterson Field, OH.
18450 (c/n 4512) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK oct 24, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Jun 01, 1943 (Collision) 
18451 (c/n 4513) to USAAF Jul 26, 1942 - Broke up in thunderstorm near Sweetwater, TX Apr 20, 1945.  
25 killed.
18452 (c/n 4514) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - Condemned Oct 20, 1944 (Spares)
18453 (c/n 4515) to USAAF Jul 20, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Cond Dec 07, 1942 (Collision) 
18454 (c/n 4516) to USAAF Jul 13, 1942 - Cond Aug 10, 1942 - Rebuilt Jan 10, 1943 - USA - 
To RFC Sep 02, 1945.  To civil registry as NC86565 (Panagra Dec 15, 1945). Cancelled
18455 (c/n 4517) to USAAF Jul 13, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - North Africa
Feb 02, 1943 - 9th AF, Netherlands Mar 29, 1944 - France Jul 15, 1945 - 
To civil registry as F-BEIP (Air Maroc Oct 20, 1948 - Autrex Jun 1952 - 
Crashed into Red River, Hanoï, Indochina May 21, 1954.
18456 (c/n 4518) to USAAF Jul 13, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 19, 1942 - North Africa
Nov 15, 1942 - USA Jan 30, 1945 - RFC Dec 20, 1945.  To civil registry as 
CF-CUA (Canadian Pacific ‘180’ Aug 31, 1946). Destroyed by time bomb St 
Joachim, PQ. Sep 09, 1949.
18457 (c/n 4519) to USAAF Jul 15, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - North Africa
Jan 31, 1943 - USA Aug 15, 1945 - RFC Oct 31, 1945.  To civil registry as NC69040, 
NN321HA (Various owners/operators) and AN-ASP (LANICA 1976 to 1978). WFU.
18458 (c/n 4520) to USAAF Jul 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Dec 12, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy. Condemned Nov 04, 1944 (Crashed)
18459 (c/n 4521) to USAAF Jul 29, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Sep 28, 1942 - USA - 
To RFC Jan 22, 1946.  To civil registry as PP-NAN (NAB Feb 27, 1947,
cancelled Apr 24, 1949),..., N8011E (Caribair Jun 1963 - Interstate Air Service Corp, 
Caroline, PR. Nov 04, 1968). Noted derelict San Juan, PR. Dec 1970. Current on USCAR!
18460 (c/n 4522) to USAAF Jul 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 1, 1942 - North Africa Jan 31, 1943 - 
USA Jul 27, 1945 - To RFC Oct 19, 1945. To civil registry as NC53416 (Peninsular Air 
Transport Jun 24, 1946 to Aug 03, 1947), YV-C-SAB and YV-C-ARG (RANSA). 
Crashed El Lorza Jun 30, 1950.
18461 (c/n 4523) to USAAF Jul 19, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - North Africa
Feb 14, 1943 - USA Sep 01, 1945 - To RFC Nov 06, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC75402 (Waterman Airlines - Superior Oil Co).  Crashed Rome Ciampino Sep 07, 1948.
18462 (c/n 4524) to USAAF aug 09, 1942 - USA - Survey Alliance, Nebraska. 
18463 (c/n 4525) to USAAF Jul 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - North Africa
Feb 17, 1943 - USA Jun 29, 1945 - RFC Oct 14, 1945.  To civil registry as NC65764, 
then YV-C-AFA (LAV). W/O Apr 12, 1957 Calabozo, Guarica.
18464 (c/n 4526) to USAAF Jul 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 21, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Dec 22, 1944 (missing on inventory)
18465 (c/n 4527) to USAAF Jul 17, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 11, 1945.  To civil registry as 
C-401 (Vias Aereas Colombianas), C-508, later HK-508 (Servicio Aerea Medelin 
Jul 1948 - Avianca Sep 1951). Converted to Hiper DC-3 for Avianca and crashed 
Tumaco, 100km NE Cali, Aug 12, 1974.
18466 (c/n 4558) to USAAF Jul 26, 1942 -USA - Class 26 Chanute Field, IL. Jul 15, 1943
18467 (c/n 4559) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - RFC oct 31, 1945. To civil
registry as NC75405.  Cancelled.
18468 (c/n 4560) to USAAF Jul 27, 1942 - USA - 8th AF, UK Aug 1943 - USA Mar 10, 1944. 
Survey Apr 11, 1944.
18469 (c/n 4561) to USAAF Jul 27, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Oct 24, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Condemned Nov 13, 1942 (Ditched)
18470 (c/n 4562) to USAAF Jul 27, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 16, 1945. To civil registry
as NC74595, VT-CIG (Orient Airways Feb 13, 1947), VT-CPF (ntu), AP-AAF (Rr Oct 01, 1947. 
Crashed 5 m Skardu Oct 13, 1954
18471 (c/n 4563) to USAAF Aug 05, 1942 - North Africa May 10, 1943 - USA Jul 10, 1945 - 
To RFC Oct 09, 1946.  To civil registry as NC50474, XA-GEQ (Communicaciones Aereas Vera Cruz -
Aerovias Latinas Americanas), N4887V, CF-IAE (Shell Aviation Ltd Aug 22, 1955 - Shell
Canada Ltd Sep 27, 1963), C-FIAE (Dept of Lands and Forests Jun 20, 1969). 
Operated by the Province of Alberta (based at Edmonton) since 1975.  As C-FIAE, noted 
recently in Reynolds Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
18472 (c/n 4564) to USAAF jul 30, 1942 - USA - RFC sep 18, 1945. To civil registry
as NC57626 (Seval owners/operators), operated as sprayer since Mar 21, 1979 Nord Aviation 
Inc, Pembina, MD.
18473 (c/n 4565) to USAAF jul 30, 1942 - USA - RFC oct 09, 1945. To civil registry
as NC54550 (ntu) then NC34999 (Kansas City Southern Skyways). Cancelled.
18474 (c/n 4566) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - North Africa May 31, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - 
FLC Dec 11, 1945.  To French AF as ‘118474’ (Various units, callsigns ‘FRAMB’, ‘FSCHV’ 
and ‘F-SCHM’ ), then Niger AF as 5U-MAA Dec 15, 1961.  Transfered to Air Niger as 5U-AAL, 
wfu Mar 1976.
18475 (c/n 4567) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 
USA Jul 14, 1945 - RFC Jul 22, 1946.  No further reports
18476 (c/n 4568) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 11, 1945. To civil registry
as NC51894, cancelled.
18477 (c/n 4569) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - Operated by Northwest Airlines Aug 15, 1942 - 
Alaska Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Jul 15, 1944 - RFC Oct 09, 1945. To civil registry
as NC88772 and PP-YPL (REAL Nov 20, 1947). DBR Apr 15, 1958 Lindrina,
Parana...but...reported with Fuerza Aerea Boliviana Nov 1973 as TAM-14.
18478 (c/n 4570) to USAAF Jul 30, 1042 - 5th AF, Australia Sep 28, 1942 - USA -
To RFC Oct 09, 1945. 
18479 (c/n 4571) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 04, 1945. To civil registry
as NC54228 (Lone Star Air Cargo).  Cancelled.
18480 (c/n 4572) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Sep 30, 1942 - USA -
North Africa May 07, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as 
F-BCYJ (Air Algerie ‘Fleche de Bougie’ Apr 14, 1947 - Autrex Dec 1951).  Destroyed Nam Bac Apt, 
Laos Apr 25, 1954.
18481 (c/n 4573) to USAAF Jul 30, 1942 - USA - 10th AF, India Mar 22, 1943 - India China Wing 
ATC May 01, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking - Cond May 15, 1945 (Spares)...but known to have been
on Chinese civil registry (XT-T56) with CNCA (probably rebuilt), then N8356C with Civil Air
Transport Inc, Dover, DE. Dec 1949.  No further reports
18482 (c/n 4574) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA.  To civil registry as NC5 (CAA Oct 14, 1945, then 
FAA Dec 15, 1958), N99 (Rr Feb 01, 1973), and N101Z (US Dept of Agriculture, Forestry
Svce, Ogden, UT. Jul 25, 1977).  Cancelled 1982.  Now located at Wasilla 
Transport Museum, Alaska.
18483 (c/n 4575) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - 10th AF, India Apr 22, 1943 -
India China Wing ATC - Condemned Jun 23, 1943.
18484 (c/n 4576) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - African Middle East Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 
North Africa Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - Wfu Apr 26, 1945.
18485 (c/n 4577) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - 63rd TCG - Crashed Blairstown, NJ. Sep 19, 1942.
18486 (c/n 4578) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - North Africa Jul 05, 1943 - 
Condemned  Jul 08, 1944 (Missing inv.)
18487 (c/n 4579) to USAAF Aug 03, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Sep 28, 1942 - North Africa May 10, 1943 - 
8th AF, UK Mar 30, 1944 - SAL Dec 14, 1945.  To civil registry as EI-ACG (Aer Lingus
‘St Malachy’ Apr 17, 1946. Lsd to Silver City Airways Apr 07, 1959 to oct 28, 1960), 
EI-ALR (Benedar Air Ltd Jan 02, 1961), then sold to French Navy Jan 14, 1961 as 8487/87. Operated by 
squadron 56S as ‘87/FYFGC’, later ‘FYGGB (1969 to 1979).  Preserved Ste Mere l’Eglise 
Airborne Troops Museum (Normandy).
18488 (c/n 4580) to USAAF Aug 03, 1942 - USA - 10th AF, India Mar 15, 1943 - India China Wing 
ATC May 01, 1943 - WFU Oct 03, 1945.
18489 (c/n 4581) to USAAF Aug 04, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 14, 1945. To civil registry
as NC57135, YV-AKU (LAV), YV-C-AKU (Rr Jun 27, 1946). Crashed Caracas-Maiquetia Apt 
Dec 01, 1959 
18490 (c/n 4582) to USAAF Jul 31, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 23, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC17713 (Wien Alaska Airlines - Lsd by United Air Lines Jun 05, 1946). 
Crashed Oakland, CA. Jan 27, 1949.
18491 (c/n 4583) to USAAF Aug 06, 1942 - Operated by Northwest Aug 15, 1942 -
Alaska Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - Panama Feb 10, 1946. To civil registry as NC4111 (Trans Alaskan
Airways).  Crashed Sep 29, 1948, Cordova, AK.  Rebuilt and sold to French AF, operated as ‘118491’ 
until stored Châteaudun 1971.  To civil registry again as F-WSGS (Rousseau Aviation, Dinard 1972), 
N18255 (various owners/operators including Ace Freighters Dec 1972... Basler Flight 
Service Inc 1975... Airgo Air Freight, Dallas, TX. Feb 1977 and BO-S-Aire 1979), N28BA Aug 1982,
cancelled.  Noted as HR-ALU in Honduras Dec 18, 2009.
18492 (c/n 4584) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - Operated by American Airlines Aug 14, 1942 - North 
Atlantic Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - European Wing ATC Jun 19, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Oct 10, 1944 -
9th AF, Netherlands/Belgium.  Condemned Jan 10, 1947. (Spares)
18493 (c/n 4585) to USAAF Aug 05, 1942 - Operated by Western Aug 11, 1942 - Alaska Wing ATC 
May 01, 1943 - Operated by TWA Jun 19 to Sep 13, 1944 - To RFC Oct 14, 1945.  To civil 
registry as NC38939 (Chicago & Southern), N4585, CF-JRY (Shell Aviation Ltd Jul 18, 1957 - 
Shell Canada Ltd Jul 07, 1959 - D G Harris Productions Ltd ‘Arctic 7’, Toronto Nov 18, 1969. 
Destroyed by storm Malton, ONT. Aug 30, 1970.					
18494 (c/n 4586) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - 5th F, Australia Sep 30 to Dec 10, 1942 - USA -
Crashe near Maxwell Field, AL.  Date?
18495 (c/n 4587) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - 14th AF, Chungking Jun 21, 1943.  To
China Jul 04, 1943.
18496 (c/n 4588) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - USA - Modified as XCG-17 glider at Clinton County 
Apt Jun 14, 1944 - Stored Davis Monthan Aug 25, 1946 to Aug 02, 1949. Rebuilt by Advance 
Industries Inc as (DC-3C) N69030, then XA-JID (CMA Jul 20, 1950 - Petroleos Mexicanos
Jan 21, 1969), XC-0PS (Rr Jul 07, 1969).  Cancelled Sep 1980.
18497 (c/n 4589) to USAAF Aug 08, 1942 - Operated by Western Aug 11, 1942 - Alaska Wing ATC 
May 01, 1943 - USA Jul 14, 1945 - RFC Nov 21, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC56800 (H Weeler).  Cancelled.
18498 (c/n 4590) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia - Operated by RAAF for ADAT 
as ‘VHCCJ’ Oct 03, 1942, later ‘VHCFB/Slut II’ . Condemned Mar 26, 1945 (Spares)
18499 (c/n 4591) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - Otaru Aug 06, 1943. Cond Manila
Aug 13, 1945 (Spares). 
18500 (c/n 4592) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, Australia Oct 01 to
Oct 06, 1942 - 14th AF, Chungking Jun 20, 1943.  To China Jun 29, 1943.
18501 (c/n 4593) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, Australia Oct 01 to
Dec 12, 1942 - USA - RFC Apr 15, 1946. To civil registry as C-149 (Avianca), 
HK-149 (Rr - LANSA Jul 10, 1952 - Avianca 1954, cvtd to Hiper DC-3 - TANA Sep 06, 1974 - 
El Venado 1975).  Crashed El Topal Apt, Colombia Oct 25, 1976.
18502 (c/n 4594) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942 - USA Aug 22, 1945 - 
To RFC Nov 13, 1945.  To civil registry as CF-CPV (Canadian Pacific ‘172’ Dec 07, 1945 - 
Trans Air ltd Sep 01, 1957), CF-TAR (Rr Nov 02, 1961).  Crashed Oct 07, 1970.
18503 (c/n 4595) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 15, 1942 -
North Africa Oct 17, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 17, 1944 - USA Aug 31, 1945 - To RFC Feb 25, 1946. 
To civil registry as NC54357 (Arrow Airways - Air Tours Inc - Pioneer Airlines), 
N91232 (All American Aviation Nov 25, 1951 - Allegheny Jan 02, 1953 - Lsd to
Southern until sold May 31, 1955).  Then N498 and CF-JNR (Trans Labrador Airlines Dec 22, 1956 - 
Eastern Provincial Dec 09, 1959).  Crashed St Pierre Apr 04, 1961.
18504 (c/n 4596) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - Survey May 02, 1944
18505 (c/n 4597) to USAAF Aug 07, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 15, 1942 -
North Africa Jul 07, 1943 - Central Africa Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 17, 1944 - 
Condemned Aug 05, 1945 (Crashed)
18506 (c/n 4598) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942 - USA May 27, 1943 - 
Narsarssuak Jun 29, 1943 - USA Nov 30, 1944 - To RFC Sep 2, 1945.
To civil registry as NC60897, cancelled.
18507 (c/n 4599) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - USA - 5th AF, UK (317th TCG) Oct 12, 1942 - 
Douglas Aircraft Sep 09, 1943 - Recl Feb 27, 1946.
18508 (c/n 4600) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - USA - Central Africa Wing ATC May 29,
1943 - 12th AF, Italy.  WFU Nov 30, 1945.
18509 (c/n 4601) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 16, 1945.
18510 (c/n 4602) to USAAF Aug 09, 1942 - USA - To RFC nov 08, 1945.
18511 (c/n 4603) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 15, 1942 - North
Africa Jun 11, 1943.  Shot down by friendly fire Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943
18512 (c/n 4604) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - Operated by American Airlines Aug 12, 1942 - 
African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - North Africa Jul 04, 1943.
Condemned Jul 15, 1943 (Ditched)
18513 (c/n 4605) to USAAF Aug 11, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 -
North Africa Jul 09, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 17, 1944.  Condemned Apr 12, 1944 (Spares)
18514 (c/n 4606) to USAAF aug 11, 1942 - 8th AF, UK nov 03, 1942 - North Atlantic
Wing ATC Jul 06, 1943 - Survey Aug 31, 944, condemned Nov 23, 1944.
18515 (c/n 4607) to USAAF aug 10, 1942 - 8th AF, UK dec 25, 1942 - USA Aug 15, 1945 - 
To RFC Nov 14, 1945.  To civil registry as N67827 (Douglas Aircraft Corp), 
SA-R2 (Saudi Arabian Royal Flight Jul 10, 1947), HZ-AAD (Saudi Arabian Airlines 1969), 
4W-ABT (Yemen Airways).  Crashed Baidan Nov 09, 1974, probably rebuilt as known as
ET-AHQ (Ethiopian Airlines) May 1981.  WFU
18516 (c/n 4608) to USAAF Aug 11, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Dec 24, 1942 - 9th AF. To
civil registry as OK-WBA (CSA 1946), sold to the French AF Mar 01, 1960.  Operated as ‘118516’ 
by various squadrons until stored Chateaudun 1971.  To civil registry again
as F-BTDK (Rousseau Aviation 1972), then Chad AF as TT-LAH 1972, current (Stored?).
18517 (c/n 4609) to USAAF aug 21, 1942 - USA - To RFC Nov 05, 1945.  To civil registry
as NC58022 (Kansas City Southern Airways).  Cancelled.
18518 (c/n 4610) to USAAF Aug 10, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 22, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 29, 1943.  Lost Jul 13, 1943 with 6th TPS, 1st TPG in Indochina.  MACR 320.  
Condemned Aug 07, 1943.
18519 (c/n 4611) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 -
North Africa Jun 10, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - Condemned Aug 16, 1943 (MIA)
18520 (c/n 4612) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942 - North Africa
Jul 17, 1943 - USA Jul 11, 1945 - To RFC Jan 31, 1946.
18521 (c/n 4613) to USAAF Aug 12, 1942 - USA - RFC Mar 04, 1946.  To civil registry
as NC57669, cancelled.	
18522 (c/n 4614) to USAAF Aug 23, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - North
Africa Jun 10, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.  Shot down by friendly fire near Licata, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.  5 KIA.
MACR 695.  The MACR wrongly list this as 42-10740
18523 (c/n 4615) to USAAF Sep 01, 1942 - 317th TCG oct 1942 - South Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 
USA Aug 03, 1944 - RFC Nov 14, 1945.  To civil registry as NC88876 (Paul Mantz Air Services), 
NC56780 (Rr), PP-XDG (M B Lima & Cia Nov 11, 1949), PT-AEC (A J Moura Andrade Oct 17, 1950, 
operated by Air Lomo) and PP-YQQ (REAL Feb 18, 1954, becoming Varig Aug 1961). 
Cancelled May 29, 1970, broken up.
18524 (c/n 4616) to USAAF Aug 13, 1942 - USA - RFC Jun 06, 1945. Tail  used to repair 
c/n 1545 (NC16009)
18525 (c/n 4617) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - North
Africa Jun 11, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.  Shot down by friendly fire Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.
18526 (c/n 4618) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - USA - 317th TCG Oct 1942 - To Class 26 Nov 05, 1942 
Gulfport, MS.
18527 (c/n 4619) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 -
North Africa Jun 18, 1943 - 9th AF Netherlands/Belgium Oct 27, 1944. 
Condemned Jan 15, 1947 (Spares)
18528 (c/n 4620) to USAAF Aug 14, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Nov 22, 1942 -
North Africa Oct 18, 1943 - 9th AF Netherlands/Belgium Aug 10, 1944 - 8th AF, UK - 
Condemned May 06, 1945 (accident, to spares)
18529 (c/n 4621) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - North Africa 
Jun 10, 1943 - Loaned to RAF - 8th AF, UK Feb 25, 1944 - USA Aug 09, 1945 - To RFC Nov 19, 1945. 
To civil registry as NC62253 (American Flyers), PP-SQM (VASP (Viacao Aerea Sao Paulo SA) Jun 1951), C-47-2082 (Brazilian AF May 1960). 
Stored Campo dos Afonsos Feb 1979, then PT-KZM with Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO
Taxi Aereo), to HI-465.  WFU, scrapped last with Argo 
To Southern Wings Corp, Miami, FL. Jan 1982.
18530 (c/n 4622) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 22, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
May 29, 1943 - USA Feb 04, 1945 - Pacific Wing ATC Jul 1945.  Condemned Apr 30, 1946 (Crashed).
18531 (c/n 4623) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02,1942 - North
Africa Jun 11, 1943 - Condemned Jul 08, 1944.
18532 (c/n 4624) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942. Condemned 
Dec 24, 1942.
18533 (c/n 4625) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - 10th AF, India 
Feb 25, 1943 - India China Wing ATC May 29, 1943. Condemned Oct 21, 1944 (Missing)
18534 (c/n 4626) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - North
Africa Jun 11, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. Condemned Jul 15, 1943 (Crashed).
18535 (c/n 4627) to USAAF Aug 16, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - North
Africa Jun 11, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 29, 1944 - USA Aug 16, 1945 - To RFC Jan 29, 1946. 
To civil registry as NC56001, cancelled.
18536 (c/n 4628) to USAAF Aug 18, 1942 - African Eastern Desert Dec 02, 1942 - North Africa 
Jun 10, 1943 - USA Jul 16, 1945 - To RFC Dec 26, 1945.  To civil registry as NC88790 (Executive
Transport Corp 1946 - United Air Lines ‘C/l Philadelphia’ Oct 26, 1946 - AAXICO Jan 22, 1950 - 
Central Airlines 1951 - Aircraft Charters Inc Dec 31, 1964 - Claude Hutchinson Air
Services Plainview, TX. 1965 - Mannion Express Co, Detroit, MI. 1967 - Mannion Air Charter). 
WFU.
18537 (c/n 4662) to USAAF Oct 05, 1942 - USA - Lsd to Douglas Aircraft Co Dec 03, 1942 - 
To RFC Nov 04, 1945. To civil registry as N9922H, then AN-ACZ (Lanica).  DBR Aug 27, 1948.
18538 (c/n 4663) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 03, 1942.  Operated as
‘VHCCK’, later ‘VHCFC’.  Condemned Manilla Dec 31, 1945.
18539 (c/n 4664) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 09, 1942, operated as ‘VHCCL’, 
later ‘VHCFD Estelle’- Oahu Island, HI. Jul 06, 1945 - To WAA Dec 13, 1946.  To civil registry 
as NC68180 (Ferry rgn), then to Argentine Navy as 0296/CTA-15.  First Argentinian aircraft to 
land on South Pole. Stored Base Aeronaval Ezeiza nov 1978 awaiting possible transfer to Bahia 
Blanca Museum.  Only fuselage reported Ezeiza early 2001
18540 (c/n 4665) to USAAF Aug 28, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 14, 1943 - India China
Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - Cond Jun 10, 1943 ... but officially registered in Canada as 
CF-CPY (Canadian Pacific ‘175’ Dec 11, 1945 - Conelly-Dawson Apr 28, 1960 - Great Northern 
mar 04, 1966 - GNA(1970) Ltd - International Jet Air Apr 21, 1971).  Cancelled Dec 1975. 
On static display at Whitehorse International Airport, Yukon, Canada.   Repainted in CPAL colours (See note 
with c/n 4667)
18541 (c/n 4666) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - Africa, Eastern Desert Dec 15, 1942 - 8th AF, 
UK feb 17, 1944 - USA Aug 22, 1945 - RFC nov 08, 1945.  Officially registered in Canada as 
CF-CPW (Canadian Pacific ‘173’ Jun 08, 1946 - Trans Air Ltd, Aug 29, 1957). Rr CF-TAS
Oct 26, 1961 (Various owners/operators), then C-FTAS (Dec 1979).  Still flying today as HB-ISB 
with Classic Air (See note with c/n 4467)
18542 (c/n 4667) to USAAF Aug 28, 1942 - Africa, Eastern Desert Dec 15, 1942 - 8th AF, UK
mar 21, 1944 - USA Aug 2, 1945 - RFC Nov 13, 1945.  No further. reports  (Note: This aircraft 
most probably became CF-CPW, which was officially registered as c/n 4666 with previous 
identity as 41-18542!  In turn CF-CPY must have been c/n 4666, as reported formerly 41-18541. 
This would be coherent with the condemnation of 41-18540 in India in Jun 1943 and the similar
service life of c/n 4666 & 4667). 
18543 (c/n 4668) to USAAF Aug 28, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 22, 1943 - India China Wing ATC, May 01,
1943.  Crashedwith 6th TPS, 1st TPG Aug 25, 1943, Mohambari AB, India.  MACR 674
18544 (c/n 4669) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 20, 1943 - India China Wing ATC, 
May 29, 1943. Cond Apr 23, 1943.
18545 (c/n 4670) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 03, 1943 - India-China
Wing ATC, May 01, 1943.  Missing during flight from Kunming to Sookatering
Apr 19, 1943. 
18546 (c/n 4671) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 17, 1943 - India China
Wing ATC, May 29, 1943.  Crashed near Kunming during
flight from Kunming to Chengtu Oct 7, 1944, China.  MACR 9435
18547 (c/n 4672) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India China
Wing ATC, May 29, 1943.  Crashed near Tyunnany during flight to
Kunming Nov 10, 1944, China.  MACR 10075
18548 (c/n 4673) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India China Wing ATC, 
May 29, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi. Sold by 10th AF to Government of India Apr 19, 1946 
(Parts of VT-ZW?)
18549 (c/n 4674) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 08, 1943 - India China Wing ATC, 
May 29, 1943. Crashed at Sambhar, India Nov 27, 1943.
Condemned Nov 29, 1943.
18550 (c/n 4675) to USAAF Aug 30, 1942 - Alaska Oct 24, 1942. Cond Nov 05, 1943.
18551 (c/n 4676) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942 - 10th AF, India Dec 26, 1942 - India China Wing ATC, 
May 29, 1943.  To Tata Airlines Dec 21, 1945 (Registration not known).
18552 (c/n 4677) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942 - 10th AF, Karachi Apr 26, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943.  Crashed at Shivpuri, India
Dec 16, 1943.  Condemned Dec 30, 1943.
18553 (c/n 4678) to USAAF aug 31, 1942 -  10th AF, India Dec 26, 1942 - India
China Wing ATC, May 29, 1943. Crashed 3 mi W of Lalmanirhat AD, India
Jun 21, 1944.
18554 (c/n 4679) to USAAF aug 31, 1942 - 10th AF, India dec 26, 1942 - 14th AF, Chungking 
sep 02, 1944 - 10th AF, Karachi oct 20, 1944.  Condemned mar 04, 1945 (DBF).
18555 (c/n 4680) to USAAF Aug 31, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 21, 1942 - Accra Dec 28, 1942 - 
10th AF, India Feb 25, 1943 - India China Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - USA Feb 01, 1945 - 
RFC Mar 25, 1946. Later to Argentine Navy as 2-Gt-21, then to Paraguayan Navy 1979 as 0278/5-T-26). 
Wfu.   Stored Asuncion w/o wings early 2002.
18556 (c/n 4681) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 14, 1942.  Diverted
to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) Dec 18, 1942.  Missing during
flight from Kunming to Dinjan Nov 17, 1942.
18557 (c/n 4682) to USAAF Sep 02, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 26, 1945.  To civil registry
as NC51879 (Freight Air Inc, Miami, FL. Jul 05, 1949 to May 26, 1950 - 
International Air Transport), HC-SMC (SANTA), CB-73 (LAB Feb 09, 1951), and
CP-573 (Rr Oct 01, 1953 - Frigorifico Maniqui 1975).  Crashed San Bora, Beni, Bolivia 
Jan 18, 1976.
18558 (c/n 4683) to USAAF Sep 03, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 12, 1945.  To civil registry
as NC55297 (Standard Airmotive, CF-KBU (Saskair Oct 29, 1957 - North Canada Air Sep 03, 1965 
to (1976)... Various owners/operators ... Slate Falls Airways (Mar 1981) - Bearskin Lake Air 
Services, Feb 1983), N9002Y (KDD Aviation Leasing Inc, Upper Saddle
River, NJ. Jan 06, 1987, current on USCAR Mar 2003.
18559 (c/n 4684) to USAAF Sep 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific 
Dec 18, 1943 - USA Dec 04, 1944 - RFC Nov 21, 1945.  To civil registry as NC18775, then 
PP-CDI (Cruzeiro ‘Banzo’ May 08, 1950.  Crashed Itajai, Santa Catarina Aug 19, 1958.
18560 (c/n 4685) to USAAF Sep 03, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia, operated as ‘VHCCI’
Oct 03, 1942.  Condemned Nov 27, 1942.
18561 (c/n 4686) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy May 31, 1943 - FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
To civil registry as I-LETR (Linee Aeree Italiane Jan 15, 1948).  Crashed Malpensa Apt Nov 28, 1951.
18562 (c/n 4687) to USAAF Sep 03, 1942 - USA - Survey Victorville, CA. 
18563 (c/n 4688) to USAAF Sep 03, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy May 31, 1943 - FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
To civil registry as NC22410, C-101 (Avianca Oct 09, 1947).  Converted to Hiper DC-3. Rr HK-101, 
sold to LAOS Ltda, reg cancelled 1970, noted derelict Barranquilla Sep 1972.
18564 (c/n 4689) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 26, 1942.  Operated as VH-CCU "The Flying
Dutchman".  Crashed into side of Mt. Obree, New Guinea Nov 10, 1942 while carrying troops from Port
Moresby to Pongani, New Guinea.  7 of 23 onboard were killed.  Some survivors walked out to try and get
help.  Of 8 sent out, 6 survived.  The plane and the remaining survivors were never recovered.  The
wreck was found in 1967.
18565 (c/n 4690) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy May 31, 1943 - Cond Jun 13, 1943 (Accident)
18566 (c/n 4691) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - USA - Broke up in midair Sep 27, 1943, 12 mi SW of Lawson Field, GA
18567 (c/n 4692) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - USA Feb 09, 1945 - 
RFC Jan 15, 1947. To civil registry as PP-YPH (REAL Sep 15, 1947), N97U, N4646S, 
N464FS (Various owners/operators), cancelled 1976.
18568 (c/n 4693) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 21, 1943, operated as ‘VHCCM’ - 
317th TCG, 41st TCS ‘The Broadway Ltd’ - Crashed nr Dobodura #7 strip, New Guinea, 
condemned Apr 01, 1944.
18569 (c/n 4694) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 14th AF, Chungking Jun 28, 1943.  Diverted
to China Jun 28, 1943.
18570 (c/n 4695) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - USA - 317th TCG Nov 1942 - RFC Oct 03, 1945.  To civil 
registry as CF-BXZ (Maritime Central Feb 15, 1946). Crashed 10m NW Gaspe, PQ. Mar 22, 1952.
18571 (c/n 4696) to USAAF sep 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia sep 1942, operated as ‘VHCCN’ for 374th
TCG.  Crashed Dec 3, 1942, New Guinea.
18572 (c/n 4697) to USAAF Sep 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 15, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific 
Nov 18, 1842 - Noumea Dec 18, 1943 - USA Feb 24, 1945 - RFC Oct 05, 1945. To civil registry as 
C-150 (Avianca), HK-437E (Siderurgica Paz del Rio Smarta Jun 1958 - Taxader Aug 23, 1962). 
Crashed 30m from Barrancabermeja Apt, Colombia Dec 06, 1962.
18573 (c/n 4698) to USAAF Sep 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF.
With 13th TCS, 6th TCG lost Jan 13, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 735
18574 (c/n 4699) to USAAF Sep 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific 
Nov 16, 1942 - USA Sep 03, 1945 - RFC Oct 02, 1945.  No further reports.
18575 (c/n 4700)to USAAF Sep 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific 
Nov 04, 1942 - Noumea - USA Jul 08, 1944 - RFC Oct 08, 1945.  To civil registry as NC59409
(Northwest Airlines ‘380’ Nov 02, 1945 to Sep 1954), N744V (Various owners/operators, 
including Basler Flight Service 1973 - Manhattan Airlines 1974 - Meridian Air Cargo Inc Oct 
1977 - Academy Airlines 1979).  Current on USCAR Mar 2003, sale reported. 
18576 (c/n 4701) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 06, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific 
Nov 16, 1942.  Condemned Tacloban Oct 21, 1945 (Spares).
18577 (c/n 4702) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 10, 1942, operated
as ‘VHCCO’, later ‘VHCFG Yanks Delight’, then ‘Bugle Nose’ - USA Aug 22, 1944 - 
RFC Apr 02, 1946.  To civil registry as CF-ECN Aug 23, 1946 (corporate),
crashed Great Slave Lake, NWT. Jan 02, 1951. 
18578 (c/n 4703) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 3th AF, Pacific Nov 04, 1942 -
Noumea Dec 19, 1943 - USA Jun 02, 1944 - FC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC44782 (Transair Inc), PP-PCC Panair do Brasil Feb 20, 1947), PP-CCT
(Cruzeiro ‘Bugio’ Jul 01, 1947), PP-FVI (Ministry of Public Works Jun 12, 1958), 
PP-CCT (Cruzeiro ‘Fui’ Aug 25, 1961). Sold as C-47-2087 to Brazilian AF Dec 31, 1961, wfu (1981)
18579 (c/n 4704) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific Nov 16, 1942 -
Noumea Nar 10, 1944 - USA Feb 23, 1945 - RFC Oct 24, 1945.  To civil registry as NC56969, 
PP-XBO (Dias Henrique & Cia 1947), PP-KAC (Viabras Oct 14, 1947, ntu), PP-BRF (L A Bras Feb 
07, 1948, ntu), PP-IBA (Central Aerea Ltda Aug 13, 1948 - Viabras Nov 20, 1954), PP-ANR (Nacional 
Aug 1957 - REAL Sep 1956). Sold as C-47-2079 to Brazilian AF 1961 until stored Rio Campo dos 
Afonsos (Jun 1980) for sale. Scrapped at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
18580 (c/n 4705) to USAAF Sep 08, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 06, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific 
Nov 04, 1942 - Noumea Oct 18, 1943 - USA Aug 29, 1945 - RFC Oct 03, 1945.  To civil registry as
YV-AKE (LAV Jun 1946), YV-C-AKE (Rr Jan 08, 1947).  Crashed Canaima Apt Aug 27, 1972. 
Preserved at Venezuela AF Museum, Maracay.
18581 (c/n 4706) to USAAF Sep 10, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific Nov 04, 1942 -
Tacloban Dec 31, 1945 - FLC Aug 13, 1947.  No further reports.
18582 (c/n 4707) to USAAF Sep 10, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific Oct 15, 1942 - 
Noumea - USA Apr 18, 1944.  Converted to C-47C (Feb 1945).  Crashed Mar 13, 1945 56 km SW of
George West, Texas, which is about 30 mi W of Corpus Christi.  Missing on Inventory Apr 11, 1945.  There is
a photo of the plane taken at Bergstrom Field, TX Jun 20, 1944 without wings or engines.
18583 (c/n 4708) to USAAF Sep 10, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 09, 1942, operated
as ‘VHCCP’ - USA Aug 19, 1945 - RFC Oct 21, 1945.  No further reports.
18584 (c/n 4709) to USAAF Sep 11, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 09, 1942, operated as ‘VHCCQ’, 
later ‘VHCFI Flamingo’, then ‘Pel’ - USA Aug 01, 1944 - RFC Sep 15, 1945.  No further
reports.
18585 (c/n 4710) to USAAF Sep 11, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 03, 1942.  Condemned
Oct 18, 1942 (Accident).
18586 (c/n 4711) to USAAF Sep 11, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 09, 1942, operated as
‘VHCCR’, later ‘VHCFK Shamrock’ - USA Jun 12, 1944 - RFC Nov 15, 1945.  To civil registry as C-153
(Avianca), converted to Hiper DC-3. Rr HK-153, crashed Bucaramanga Apt, Colombia Mar 11, 1965.
18587 (c/n 4712) to USAAF sep 11, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 26, 1942, operated as ‘VHCDP’.
Crashed Nov 9, 1942, Sanio, New Hebrides.
18588 (c/n 4713) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 26, 1942, operated as ‘VHCCV’, 
later ‘VHCFO The Hiawatha’.  Harmon Field, Far East Jan 01, 1948 - Missing on Inventory 
Sep 30, 1949 ... but reported as NC86583 with Air Charters Inc (?)
18589 (c/n 4714) to USAAF Sep 25, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942.  Cond Oct 21, 1944 (Spares)
18590 (c/n 4715) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th
AF, Pacific Nov 04, 1942 - Noumea Nov 18, 1943 - USA Dec 10, 1944 - RFC Oct 11, 1945. 
To civil registry as NC86553 (Delta Air Lines ‘53’ 1946 to Mar 31, 1963 - Various owners/operators until
sold to Del Caribbean Corp, San Juan, PR. May 24, 1993 and operated by Borinquen Air (Air Puerto 
Rico).  Current Mar 2003 as N86553.  To Thirsty 13th LLC Jan 19, 2010 and being restored at Meacham 
Field, Fort Worth Texas.
18591 (c/n 4716) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - USA - 317th TCG (Nov 1942).  Crashed Jan 23, 1943, Maxton, NC.
18592 (c/n 4717) to USAAF Sep 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 05, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific 
Oct 14, 1942. Cond Noumea Apr 15, 1944.
18593 (c/n 4718) to USAAF Sep 14, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy May 19, 1943.  Shot down by friendly fire 
Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.
18594 (c/n 4719) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - Africa, Eastern Desert Nov 16, 1942 - Cond 
Cairo May 09, 1943.
18595 (c/n 4720) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 26, 1942, operated
as ‘VHCCW’, later ‘VHCFP Texas Special’. Cond Nov 29, 1944 (Spares).
18596 (c/n 4721) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - Africa, Eastern Desert Nov 17, 1942.
Cond Dec 04, 1942.
18597 (c/n 4722) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 01, 1943, operated
as ‘VHCCX’, later ‘VHCFQ Golden Arrow’. Cond Mar 26, 1945 (Spares).
18598 (c/n 4723) to USAAF Sep 15, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 26, 1942, operated
as ‘VHCDS’. Cond Dec 01, 1943 (Accident)
18599 (c/n 4724) to USAAF Sep 17, 1942 - Africa, Eastern Desert dec 05, 1942 -
8th AF, UK feb 18, 1944 - USA aug 22, 1945 - RFC oct 07, 1945. No further rep.
18600 (c/n 4725) to USAAF Sep 18, 1942 - Africa, Eastern Desert Dec 05, 1942 -
8th AF, UK Feb 18, 1944 - Bari, Italy dec 6, 1944 - USA Aug 17, 1945 - RFC Oct 04, 1945. 
To civil registry as C-402 (Vias Aereas Colombianos), C-507 (SAM Dec 01, 1947). Rr
HK-507, crashed Medellin, Colombia Mar 01, 1950.
18601 (c/n 4726) to USAAF Sep 18, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Oct 26, 1942, operated
as ‘VHCCS’, later ‘VHCFX South Wind’ - USA Mar 20, 1945 - Pacific Wing ATC Jul 25, 1945 - Guam
Island.  Missing on inventory Apr 12, 1947.
18602 (c/n 4727) to USAAF sep 16, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia oct 17, 1942, operated as ‘VHCFR 
Yankee Flyer’ - USA Dec 12, 1945.  To civil registry as C-901 (Cia Expreso Aereo Ltda), NC1821M, 
N434A, N134A, N134H, N734H (Various owners/operators). Since Apr 21, 1998 current with 
Good Aviation, Grand Rapids, MI.
18603 (c/n 4728) to USAAF Sep 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Nov 03, 1942 - Africa, Eastern
Desert Jun 30, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.  Struck hill near Montieri, Italy Feb 2, 1945.  
23 of 26 onboard killed.  MACR 233 wrongly lists this serial number, but the MACR should have
listed 41-31603.
18604 (c/n 4765) to USAAF Sep 30, 1942 - Alaska Dec 23, 1942 - To Russia Jan 31, 1943.
18605 (c/n 4766) to USAAF Oct 08, 1942 - African Middle East Wing ATC, May 29, 1943.  (12th FRG, HQ) ran out of 
fuel and crashed at Damaturu, Nigeria Jul 7, 1943.  Pilot killed. 
18606 (c/n 4767) to USAAF Oct 09, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Dec 15, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy.  With 36th TCS, 316th TCG shot down by 
friendly AAA fire near Licata, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.  MACR 694
18607 (c/n 4768) to USAAF Oct 21, 1942 - Alaska Jan 15, 1943 - To Russia Mar 31, 1943.
18608 (c/n 4769) to USAAF Oct 25, 1942 - A& AEE, Boscombe Down, UK 1942 - 8th
AF, UK May 14, 1943. Cond Oct 31, 1944.
18609 (c/n 4770) to USAAF Oct 19, 1942.  To Russia Apr 02, 1943.  
18610 (c/n 4771) to USAAF Oct 21, 1942 - Alaska Dec 28, 1942 - To Russia Mar 31, 1943.
18611 (c/n 4772) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - USA - Survey George Field, IL. Jan 07, 1945.
18612 (c/n 4773) to USAAF Oct 20, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943 - 10th
AF, Karachi Jan 28, 1944 - 5th AF - USA Jan 10, 1945 - RFC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registry 
as NC88806, YS-47 (TACA), YV-C-AZS (TACA de Venezuela Aug 13, 1947 - LAV Jul 01, 1957), 
YV-T-MTY and YV-C-TAP.  Cancelled by 1973. 
18613 (c/n 4774) to USAAF Sep 20, 1942. Crashed Pope Field, NC. Oct 10, 1942.
18614 (c/n 4775) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945.
To civil registry as F-BEIY (Cie Grle Transaharienne feb 25, 1949 - Cie Air Transport jul 1949 - 
Air France Jan 1950 - Transports Aeriens Réunis 1969 - Air Dauphine 1969). Sold to Dahomey 
AF May 1971, becoming Benin AF 1977. Operated as 775/TY-AAC, wfu, fate unknown.
18615 (c/n 4776) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943, operated
as ‘VHCCT’ - USA Jan 25, 1945 - To civil registry as NC206 for CAA Oct 17, 1945.  Crashed 
Navajo Peak, CO. Jan 21, 1948. 
18616 (c/n 4777) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - North Africa Jan 22, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - Cond Jan 22, 1944 
(Crashed) 
18617 (c/n 4778) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC, May 29, 1943. Cond Jun 17, 1945 (Spares).
18618 (c/n 4779) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 29, 1943. Sold to Government of India Apr 19, 1946.
18619 (c/n 4780) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India feb 25, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - 14th AF, Chungking. Missing on inventory Aug 01, 1946.
18620 (c/n 4781) to USAAF Oct 25, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 17, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
May 29, 1943. Sold Dec 21, 1945 (No details, probably to Gvmt of India).
18621 (c/n 4782) to USAAF Oct 23, 1942 - USA - Cond Bergstrom Fld, TX. Apr 18, 1944.
18622 (c/n 4783) to USAAF Oct 25, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 09, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
May 2, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi Dec 07, 1977. Sold to Tata Airlines for spares Dec 21, 1945.
18623 (c/n 4784) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 03, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC15573 (Resort Airlines - Lake Central Airlines), N22T, N7711S, N711T, N7119, (Various 
owners/operators) cancelled 1971.
18624 (c/n 4785) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - USA - RFC Sep 21, 1945. To civil registry as 
NC57540 (Cia Bananera de Costa Rica, dec53), YV-C-AVY (Avensa Apr 1, 1957), YV-C-LBE (LEBCA), 
YV-C-TCB(Transcarga Nov 04, 1968), N47218 (Aero American Corp sep 1971), CF-FAY (Astro
Aviation, Nov 29, 1972 - Sterling Air Services Nov 29, 1972 - Lambair Ltd Jul 29, 1973).
Rr C-FFAY 1975, sold Nov 1981 to Perimeter Airlines. Current with Buffalo Airways, Hay River, 
NWT since May 23, 1996.
18625 (c/n 4786) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - Otaru Aug 03, 1943 - USA Jun 15, 1944 - RFC Mar 31, 1946. 
To civil registry as NC54726, C-116 then HK-116 (Avianca). Crashed Barranquilla, Colombia 
Aug 29, 1950.
18626 (c/n 4787) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - USA - Survey Dunnellon Jun 27, 1942.
18627 (c/n 4788) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - Cairo Feb 17, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 27, 1944. 
Lost Oct 24, 1944 with 31st TCG.  MACR 10712.  Condemned Nov 10, 1944 (Missing)
18628 (c/n 4789) to USAAF Oct 6, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jul 06, 1943, operated as ‘VHCDO’. 
Condemned Aug 12, 1943 (Accident)
18629 (c/n 4790) to USAAF Oct 26, 1942 - North Africa May 15, 1943 - USA Jun 0, 1945 - 
RFC Dec 04, 1945.  To civil registry as NC51194 (TWA ‘321’ Feb 1946 to Dec 29, 1953), N34F 
and N34FL (Various owners/operators).  Current with Speciality Restaurant Corp, Anaheim, CA. 
since Aug 09, 1984.  In 2013 seen in parking lot of G-Star School of the Arts, Palm Springs, Florida
fundraising for a restoration.
18630 (c/n 4791) to USAAF Oct 27, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 08, 1945.  To civil registry as YV-ALU, then
as YV-C-ALU (Linea Aeropostal Venezolana Aug 16, 1946).  Crashed off Barcelona, Venezuela May 21, 1955.
18631 (c/n 4792) to USAAF Oct 27, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 05, 1945. To civil registry
as C-400 (Vias Aereas Colombianas). Crashed en route Villavicencio to Bogota Mar 08, 1947.
18632 (c/n 4793) to USAAF Oct 27, 1942 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 9th AF, UK Oct 13, 1944. 
Condemned Dec 08, 1944 (Spares).
18633 (c/n 4794) to USAAF Oct 28, 1942 - North Africa May 14, 1943 - 12th AF,
Italy - 8th AF, UK - Condemned Oct 2, 1944 (Spares)
18634 (c/n 4795) to USAAF Oct 28, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 10, 1945. To civil registry
as NC36540, N84H and XB-HUZ (Various owners/operators).  Noted derelict Monterey Dec 1979. 
18635 (c/n 4796) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 14, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi. Sold to Government of India Apr 10, 1946.
18636 (c/n 4797) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - North Africa Jun 05, 1943 - 12th AF,
Italy.  Condemned Aug 04, 1944 (Spares).
18637 (c/n 4798) to USAAF oct 30, 1942 - USA.  Crashed Oct 21, 1943 SW of Grenada, MS.
18638 (c/n 4799) to USSR.  Ultimate fate obscure.
18639/18641 (c/n 6000 to 6002) to USAAF Oct 30, 1942 - To Russia Mar 31, 1943.
18642 (c/n 6003) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943 - DBR Mar 12, 1943.
18643/18644 (c/n 6004 to 6005) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - To Russia Mar 31, 1943
18645 (c/n 6006) to USAAF Nov 12, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - USA Jan 27, 1945 - 
RFC Nov 02, 1945. To civil registry as NC49840 (Standard Airlines,
later Pacific Southwest Airlines), JA-5018 (Sekiya Trading Co Nov 05, 1955, lsd to Japan 
Helicopter Air Transport Dec 1955 - All Nippon Jul 07, 1958). Crashed Komaki, Nagoya Mar 16, 1960 
after collision with JASDF F-86D JASDF 84-8136 (ex USAF 51-5894).
18646 (c/n 6007) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia ‘Irene’ Jan 12, 1943 - Transfered to 
RAAF Jul 11, 1944. To civil registry as VH-AER  (Dept of Civil Aviation Jul 11, 1944 -
ANA/Guinea Airways Jan 29, 1945 - TAA ‘Batman’ Oct 14, 1946, later ‘Dampier’ - East West 
Airways ‘Oxley City’ Mar 11, 1955). Rr VH-EWF Jun 14, 1955 and VH-EWE Aug 22, 1958. 
Lsd to NSW Deptmt of Lands ‘Philip F Adams’ Nov 03, 1965, then sold to Connair Jul 13, 1973, 
Fleetair Services, Tasmania Oct 14, 1976 and IPEC Mar 11, 1977.  Remains in Fleetair colours 
until Apr 29, 1979, then named ‘Spirit of William’.  Sold again to Masling Commuter Services 
Dec 1979, Racovolis Provedores Pty, Melbourne Feb 12, 1980 (operated with Setair colours), 
Cranways Pty Sep 1980 and General Cargo Australia in 1981.  Last transferred
by road to Adelaïde to become part of a McDonald’s Restaurant, West Lake Dec 03, 1983 as 
VH-AER (1948 colours).
18647 (c/n 6008) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - Condemned Dec 31, 1945 (Spares)
18648 (c/n 6009) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943 - Crashed with 374th TCG
41st TCS named "Star Duster" when starboard wing broke off Nov 21, 1943 and crashed
near Monto, Australia.  MACR 1220.  All 14 onboard killed.
18649 (c/n 6010) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943, operated as ‘VHCHB’. 
To civil registry as VH-CDH (ANA Feb 25, 1945), VH-ANS (ANA ‘Mangana’ May 22, 1946 - Guinea
Airways ‘Salamaua’ Dec 15, 1953), VH-GAJ (Rr Aug 1958), VH-ANS (Returned to ANA Jan 25, 1960 - 
Airlines of South Australia Feb 14, 1961 - Airlines of New South Wales dec 14, 1964). 
Wfu Jan 1967, broken up Essendon 04/06 Nov 1969.
18650 (c/n 6011) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - North Africa Jan 12, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - FLC Dec 11, 1945. 
To civil registry as I-VARO (SISA Jan 30, 1948, becoming ALI Riunite 1949), I-LICE
(Line Aeree Italiane Mar 1952 merging into Alitalia Nov 01, 1957.  Sold to Italian AF Jun 30, 1960 
(probably as MM61895), wfu.  Aeronautica Militare Italiane Jun 30, 1960.  WFU
18651 (c/n 6012) to USAAF Oct 31, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943.  DBR May 14, 1943.
18652 (c/n 6013) to USAAF nov 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943 ‘Ole Stonewall’. 
To RAAF Aug 25, 1944.  To civil registry as VH-AET (Dept of Civil Aviation Nov 24, 1944 - 
ANA Dec 20, 1944).  Crashed off Mile Beach, nr Hobart, Tasmania Mar 10, 1946.
18653 (c/n 6014) to USAAF Nov 04, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia ‘Burma Girl’ Jan 12, 1943, later 
‘Sleepy Saloon’ - USA Jan 29, 1945 - RFC Oct 03, 1945.  To civil registry as NC65745 and
PP-VBL (Varig Dec 16, 1948). Cancelled Mar 24, 1971, broken up Porto Alegre 1972.
18654 (c/n 6015) to USAAF Nov 04, 1942 - 13th AF, Pacific Feb 07, 1943 - Otaru
Feb 23, 1943 - RFC oct 30, 1945. To civil registry as NC65358, LV-ABE (Aeronaves Dodero 
Sep 21, 1946 - Alfa Jan 23, 1947 - Aerolineas Argentinas May 1949 as LV-ABE, PP-XET (Cruzeiro Aug
31, 1950), PP-CDL (Rr Mar 15, 1951, named ‘Goitacas’), then to various Brazilian govmt 
agencies as PP-FBK, (Aug 02, 1960), PT-BUR (Sep 1962), PP-FBR (Feb 14, 1968). Last sold 
to Rico S/A as PT-KTV Mar 23, 1976.  Destryed while used by Arara Taxi Aero.
18655 (c/n 6016) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - Otaru Aug 03, 1943 - Manila. Wfu Jul 02, 1945 (Spares).
18656 (c/n 6017) to USAAF Nov 05, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15,  1943, operated as
‘VHCGE Touch of Texas’ Mar 1944 - To RFC Oct 09, 1945. To civil registry as NC56592 (Western 
Air Lines), then NC30000.  Converted to YC-47F flew with serial 51-3817
then to Navy as XR4D-8 BuNo 138659.
18657 (c/n 6018) to USAAF Nov 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - Hawaii Mar 14, 1943. 
Wfu Oct 20, 1945 (Spares)
18658 (c/n 6019) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943.  Lost Nov 8, 1942 with
374th TCG.  MACR 4832.
18659 (c/n 6020) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia jan 12, 1943 - Condemned May 01, 1946.
18660 (c/n 6021) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia ‘Shanghai Lil’ Jan 12, 1943.  To civil 
registry as VH-AES (Comm. of Australia Aug 24, 1944 - Lsd to ANA Sep 04, 1944 - TAA
‘Hawdon’ Jul 09, 1946, later ‘Hartog’), VH-SBA (TAA ‘ Moresby’, Dec 08, 1960), 
VH-AES (Rr Sep 09, 1971, named again ‘Hawdon’ for special flights - Hawdon Operations-), 
VH-SBA (TAA ‘Wewak’ Sep 10, 1971.  Wfu Jul 1973, cancelled Dec 31, 1974.  Preserved Tullamarine Apt, 
Melbourne in 1946 c/s since Dec 13, 1979 as VH-AES.  Mounted on a plinth in a carpark
at Melbourne AP from 1979 until 1987, when it was removed and restored to flying
condition.
18661 (c/n 6022) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 05, 1943 - USA Jan 11, 1945.
No further reports.
18662 (c/n 6023) to USAAF Nov 06, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia ‘Johnny Reb 11’ Jan 15, 1943.  
To civil registry as VH-AEP (Dept of Civil Aviation Jul 10, 1944, lsd to ANA Oct 13, 1944 - 
TAA ‘Sturt’ Sep 12, 1946, later ‘Grimes’ then ‘Murray’), VH-SBK (Rr Apr 13, 1961,
used for JATO trials), PK-RDC (Seulawah ‘Dharma Putra’ Sep 22, 1968).  WFU by 1981.
18663 (c/n 6024) to USAAF Nov 11, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia ‘Aeolus’ Jan 15, 1943).  To civil 
registry as VH-AEQ (Dept of Civil Aviation Jun 11, 1944, lsd to ANA Nov 20, 1944 - 
TAA ‘Blaxland’ Sep 11, 1948, later ‘Hartog’ then ‘Wills’. Lsd to East West May 11, 1955, back 
to TAA May 1966 - Bush Pilots Airways ‘Lakeland Downs’ Mar 14, 1970 - Lakeland Downs Ltd, Brisbane
Mar 22, 1971 - Rgn cancelled Archerfield Jun 19, 1971, acft moved to Chewing Gum Field Museum,
Tallebudgera, Qld Mar 11, 1978. Displayed as VH-QLD in car Yard, Springwood, Qld during the 80’, 
then sold to A.Petersen.  Current status unknown.
18664 (c/n 6025) to USAAF Nov 07, 1942 - 14th AF, Chunking Jan 21, 1943 - To China Jun 29, 1943.
18665 (c/n 6026) to USAAF Nov 07, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia - USA Feb 04, 1945 - Atlantic Wing 
ATC Jun 01, 1945 - Reported overseas Mar 9, 1947, missing on inventory.
18666 (c/n 6027) to USAAF Nov 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - Manila.  Sold Aug 9, 1947, 
no further records.
18667 (c/n 6028) to USAAF Nov 09, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 02, 1943 - Accident Jan 24, 1944.
18668 (c/n 6029) to USAAF Nov 10, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Feb 20, 1943.  
MIA (374th TCG) Aug 15, 1943.  MACR 14358.
18669 (c/n 6030) to USAAF Nov 16, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 10, 1945.  To civil registry as 
NC57667 (R W Duff, Miami, FL.).  DBR Maracaibo, Venezuela Dec 7, 1948.
18670 (c/n 6031) to USAAF Nov 16, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943 - Tacloban,
Philippines. DBR Sep 6, 1945.
18671 (c/n 6032) to USAAF Jan 7, 1943 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943. Operated
by NEIAF as DT-953 callsign ‘VHREH’ then by RAAF as ‘VHCGG Flamin Marnie II’ (Mar 1944) - Tacloban, 
condemned Tacloban Dec 31, 1945.
18672 (c/n 6033) to USAAF Nov 10, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 13, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
May 29, 1943 - 14th AF, Chunking - To spares Apr 20, 1945.
18673 (c/n 6079) to USAAF Dec 02, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - USA Feb 04, 1945 - 
RFC Oct 02, 1945.  To civil registry as CF-BZH (Maritime Central Airlines Aug 27, 1946 - 
Spartan Air Services Jan 31, 1953).  Crashed 25m from Fort Chino, PQ. Feb 14, 1956.
18674 (c/n 6080) to USAAF Dec 01, 1942.  Cond Sacramento Dec 30, 1942.
18675 (c/n 6081) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - Otaru Aug 03, 1943 - Lost with 403rd TCG
Nov 24, 1943.  MACR 1115.  RZAF report has the plane as taking off Nov 23, 1943 from Tontouta Airport
on New Caledonia bound for Espirtu Santu in New Hebrides, and declared overdue.  Some debris was found in sea
off Nakety Bay, New Caledonia.  All 25 onboard declared MIA.
18676 (c/n 6082) to USAAF Nov 30, 1942 - Otaru Aug 06, 1943 - Condemned Tacloban Oct 25, 1945, spares.
18677 (c/n 6083) to USAAF Nov 30, 1942 - USA - Caribbean Wing ATC, May 29, 1943 -
African Middle Wing ATC, Dec 15, 1943 - North Africa Wing ATC, Nov 03, 1944 - RFC
Sep 29, 1945.  To civil registry as NC60003 (Pan American Airways 1946), AN-ADK (Lanica 1949). 
Cancelled. 
18678 (c/n 6084) to USAAF Nov 30, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jul 02, 1943 - To RFC May 21, 1946. 
To civil registry as NC17085 (Standard Air Cargo ‘Colysta’ 1946 - Lsd to Pacific Southwest
Airways 1949 - Sinclair Somal Corp, NYC). DBF Mogadiscio Apt, Somalia Dec 21, 1960.
18679 (c/n 6085) to USAAF Dec 02, 1942 - USA - RFC oct 31, 1945.  To civil registry as 
CF-CPX (Canadian Pacific ‘174’ Dec 13, 1945 - Harrison Airways ‘Kluane’ Jun 19, 1969 - 
Futura Airlines 1979), N8061A (Stannelco Inc, Anchorage, AK. Oct 03, 1979 - Sal
Air, Boeing Field, WA. Oct 1982).  Registered Nov 19, 1986 as N8061A with Jim Hankins Air Service of
Jackson, MS.  Flies cargo for UPS.  Current Mar 2003
18680 (c/n 6086) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943 - To spares Jan 23, 1945.
18681 (c/n 6087) to USAAF Dec 02, 1942 - North Africa Jan 22, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.
Lost Jan 12, 1944, Italy.  MACR 1906
18682 (c/n 6088) to USAAF Dec 05, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 15, 1943.  MIA Aug 18, 1943.
18683 (c/n 6089) to USAAF dec 04, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia, jan 15, 1943. Cond apr 30, 1945.
18684 (c/n 6090) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - USA - RFC Oct 07, 1945.  To civil registry
as NC54310, AN-ACN (Lanica), N5522A (Beldex Corp 1957), N322CS (Campbell Soup
Co, Camden, NJ. Nov 11, 1959) and N322C (General Development Air Service Inc, Miami, FL. 1961). 
Cancelled 1965.
18685 (c/n 6091) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - North Africa Jan 12, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy. 
Crashed Nov 10, 1944.  MACR 9864.
18686 (c/n 6092) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 24, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
May 29, 1943. Crashed at Hsinjan Hsein, China
Mar 11, 1944.  Condemned Mar 17, 1944. 
18687 (c/n 6093) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jan 26, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
May 29, 1943 - To spares Dec 28, 1945.
18688 (c/n 6094) to USAAF Dec 09, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 10, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
May 29, 1943. Condemned May 3, 1945.
18689 (c/n 6095) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 07, 1943 - India
China Wing ATC May 29, 1943 - Central Africa Wing ATC Jan 28, 1944 - Sold Cairo Jul 01, 1945. 
To civil registry as TC-AKA (DHY ‘30’ 1946), N51F (Various owners), CF-NWU (Northwest
Territorial Airways Ltd Jun 22, 1971).
18690 (c/n 6096) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 30, 1945. To civil registry as NC54075, 
AN-ADP (Aerovias Inca 1950) then Honduras AF as FAH-301 Sep 04, 1951.  Crashed Jul 20, 1977,
all on board killed.
18691 (c/n 6097) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - 10th AF, India Mar 24, 1943 - Central Africa Wing ATC 
May 29, 1943 - North Africa Wing ATC Mar 13, 1944 - USA Aug 09, 1945 - RFC Oct 25, 1945.  To
civil registry as NC75407 (Executive Transport Corp), N302K (Ford Motor Corp 1963), 
N2979 (Various owners/operators).  Noted engineless at McAllen, TX. Oct 1980.
18692 (c/n 6098) to USAAF Dec 03, 1942 - USA - RFC Nov 14, 1945. To civil registry
as NC88706 (DPC), NC49277 (Gull Airways - Pacific Northern - All American Aviation May 19, 1948), 
N91225 (Allegheny Jan 02, 1953), N145A (Various owners/operators).
18693 (c/n 6099) to USAAF Dec 12, 1942 - 10th AF, India Feb 23, 1943 - India China Wing ATC 
May 29, 1943 - Crashed at Karachi, India Feb 5, 1944.
18694 (c/n 6100) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - Africa Middle East Wing ATC, May 29, 1943 - North Africa 
Wing ATC, Mar 29, 1944 - 12th AF, Italy. To spares Apr 12, 1945.
18695 (c/n 6101) to USAAF Dec 06, 1942 - USA - To RFC Dec 25, 1945.  To civil registry as 
CF-IQF (Lund Aviation Canada Ltd - Leasair Ltd Jan 05, 1956 - Wheeler Airlines Oct 09, 1956 - 
Canadian Aircraft Renters Jul 18, 1961 - Lsd to Nordair Ltd).  Crashed Arctic Bay, NWT. 
Jan 15, 1962.
18696 (c/n 6102) to USAAF Dec 05, 1942 - Cairo Jan 22, 1943 - Africa Eastern Desert Mar 18, 1943 - 
North Africa Oct 29, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 18, 1944 - USA Aug 16, 1945 - RFC Oct 29, 1945.
To civil registry as XA-FIY (Lineas Aereas Internacionales - LAMSA - Aerovias Reforma - 
Aeronaves de Mexico 1954), XH-SAH (SAHSA May 20, 1954).  Rr HR-SAH Feb 1961.
Reregistered HR-ATH in 2003.
18697 (c/n 6103) to USAAF Dec 04, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Jan 12, 1943 - USA Feb 02, 1945 - 
Hawaii Jul 30, 1945. To WAA Dec 02, 1946.  To civil registry as NC62024 (No details, probably
for export) 
18698 (c/n 6104) to USAAF Dec 05, 1942 - North Africa Jan 12, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.  
Missing Jul 13, 1943. 
18699 (c/n 6105) to USAAF Dec 07, 1942 - Cairo Jan 22, 1943 - Africa Eastern Desert Mar 18, 1943 - 
North Africa Oct 07, 1943.  Condemned Jul 08, 1944.
42-47389 ... 42-47389
Beech UC-43E Traveller 
Civilian Model C-17R c/n 82 NC16434 impressed by USAAF.  Accident Oct. 12, 1942 Losey Field, PR
42-53006 ... 42-53006
Beech UC-43G Traveler 
Civilian Model C-17B c/n 143 NC17092 impressed by USAAF in 1942.
To N50650.
42-68855 ... 42-68855
Beech UC-43G Traveler 
Civilian Model C-17B c/n 67 NC15812 impressed by USAAF Jul 1942.  To CL-26 at Bolling Field Feb 13, 1943
42-72175 ... 42-72199
Douglas C-54A-5-DC Skymaster
c/n 10280/10304
72175 (c/n 10280/DC11) while operated by United Airlines had a ground accident at
Hickan Field due to mechanical failure Jan 21, 1945.  Bought by Pan 
American World Airways Jun 16, 1946 and registered as N88910.  Bought by
Avianca Dec 17,1948 registered as C-172.  Reregistered to Avianca as HK-172.
Bought by Taxi Aereo el Venado in 1972.  Crashed into mountains 50 km
from Bogota, Colombia Jan 15, 1976 and fell 800 m into a canyon.  All 13
onboard killed.
72176 (c/n 10281/DC12) converted to XC-54K. To RFC Jun 12, 1946.
WFU and stored Bush Field, GA Jun 1946.
72177 (c/n 10282/DC13) suffered midair fire Feb 23, 1944 enroute to
Karachi, Pakistan. Ground accident Oct 6l 1945 at Goose Bay, Labrador.
Bought by Braniff Airways Nov 1945 and registered N65144.  Bought by
Los Angeles Air Services Jun 1954.  Bought by Aeronaves de Mexico in 
1954 registered XA-LIA named "Ciudad de Torreon".  Boght by Pan
American World Airways Dec 4, 1957.  Bought by
Aerovias Q Dec 5, 1957 and registered CU-T-640.  Transferred to
Cubana in 1959 as CU-T-710.  WFU and stored 1963.  Broken up.
72178 (c/n 10283/DC14) to RFC Oct 30, 1945.  WFU and stored Walnut Ridge, Arkansas
Oct 1945.
72179 (c/n 10284/DC15) to Faucett of Peru Oct 6, 1946 as OB-PAP-148 and in 1964
re-registered OB-R-148.  Crashed into Carpish Huanuco Mountain, Peru 
(Cordillera Carpish) Dec 08, 1967.  All 72 onboard killed.
72180 (c/n 10285) to civilian registry as NC41895. Sold to Flota Aerea Mercante Argentina as 
LV-ABO. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBC-248 and later re-registered OB-R-248. 
Sold to Frigorifico Reyes of Bolivia as CP-1653. W/o La Paz, Bolivia Sep 09, 1988.'
72181 (c/n 10286) to Peruvian International Airways as OB-SAF-175. W/o Antofagasta, Chile 
Dec 12, 1948.
72182 (c/n 10287/DC18) to RFC Oct 24, 1945.  Bought by Douglas Aircraft Corp
in 1946 and registered N51877.  Bought by Venezuelan AF Jun 1949 as
7-AT-1.  WFU and stored in 1955.  Preserved at Museo Aeronautico,
Maracay El Libertador AB, Venezuela.
72183 (c/n 10288, Line No. DC19) to civil market as N30068 in 1947.  Converted
to DC-4 for United Airlines 'Cargoliner Cape Cod'.  To Giles Co leased
to PSA in 1956.  To Starways of Liverpool in 1961as G-ARJY.  
Landed gear up at Dublin, Collinstown, Ireland Sep 19, 1961.  4 crew and 69 passengers
survived.
72184 (c/n 10289) to Pan American Airways as N88935 *Clipper Northern Light*, *Clipper Northwind*,
*Clipper Derby* from 1947 to 1961.
72185 (c/n 10290) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39152 and later to F-BFGR and crashed
72186 (c/n 10291/DC 22) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39153
72187 (c/n 10292/DC 23) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39154.
72188 (c/n 10293/DC 24) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39155
72189 (c/n 10294/DC 25) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39156
72190 (c/n 10295) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39157
72191 (c/n 10296) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39158.
72192 (c/n 10297) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39159  
72193 (c/n 10298) damaged Dec 15, 1944.  Q/o Jan 16, 1946 in crash 4 mi SE of Lula, Georgia
72194 (c/n 10299/DC30) bought by Lineas Aereas Venezolanas Sep 13, 1946 and 
registered YV-AHU.  Bought by Colonial Airlines May 29, 1947 
as N93266 "Skycruiser Bermuda", Jun 1 1956 managed by Eastern Airlines.
Bought by Independent Air Transport Aug 11, 1957 and registered G-APCW,
became Blue-Air.  Leased by Universal Sky Tours Feb 19, 1960.
Bought by Continental Air Services May 1960.  Bought by Kay Rings Ltd
Oct 1960.  Leased by Falcon Air Oct 1960, returned Nov 11, 1960.
Transferrred to Trans World Leasing Ltd Nov 1960.
Leased by World Wide Aviation Dec 17, 1960, returned Jan 17, 1962.
Bought by Congolese AF Apr 1960 registered 9O-PCW, reserialed
9Q-PCW in 1963.  Damaged on the ground by another C-54, 9Q-RIC
(ex BuNo 39162) N'Dolo, Leopoldville Jun 1964.  WFU and stored.
72195 (c/n 10300) by 1954 was LV-AFD of Aerolineas Argentinas.  Broken up in 1970
72196 (c/n 10301/DC32) to Argentine Navy )perfectura Maritima Argentina) in
1947 and registered as 2-GT-10.  WFU and stored 1980.
72197 (c/n 10302/DC33) to Willis Air Service Inc in 1946 and registered as
NC49776.  Bought by Australian National Airways Dec 10, 1948 and
registered as VH-ANF and named "Loongana".  Ansett-ANA managed it
Oct 4, 1957.   Bought by Civil Air Transport Aug 13, 1967 and registered
as B-1811.  Transferred to China Airlines 1971.  DBR at Battambang,
Khymer Republic Jul 15, 1974.
72198 (c/n 10303) to civil registry as N68961, HZ-AAH, then to Saudi AF as 450.
72199 (c/n 10304) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39160.
42-88620 ... 42-88620
Beech UC-43G Traveller
Civilian Model C-17B c/n 125 NC17063 impressed by USAAF.
42-88628 ... 42-88629
Beech UC-43G Traveller
Civilian Model C-17Bs impressed by USAAF.
88628 c/n 99 ex NC16440 impressed in 1942.  Accident Sept 25, 1942 Bridgeport, CT
88629 (c/n 102) was originally C-17B NC16443 owned by Barney
Cockburn of Texas.  To RFC Sept 29, 1944.
Registered after the war as civilian aircraft
with number NC47024.  Passed through a 
succession of civilian owners.  Still active.
42-88634 ... 42-88634
Beech UC-43G Traveller
Civilian Model C-17B c/n 88 NC15845 impressed by USAAF.
42-94133 ... 42-94133
Beech UC-43J Traveller
Civilian Model C-17L c/n 105 NC16446 impressed by USAAF.
42-97413 ... 42-97413
Beech UC-43J Traveller 
civilian Model C-17L c/n 83 NC15813 impressed by USAAF.
42-97415 ... 42-97415
Beech UC-43G Traveller 
Civilian Model C-17B c/n 134 NC17079 impressed by USAAF.
42-97417 ... 42-97417
Beech UC-43E Traveller 
Civilian Model C-17R c/n 116 NC2000 impressed by USAAF.
42-97420 ... 42-97420
Beech UC-43J Traveller 
Civilian Model C-17L c/n 109 NC15836 c/n 4406 impressed by USAAF.
42-97424 ... 42-97424
Beech UC-43E Traveller 
Civilian Model C-17R c/n 79 NC1600 impressed by USAAF.
42-97426 ... 42-97428
Beech UC-43G Traveller 
civilian Model C-17Bs impressed by USAAF.  
97426 c/n 98 NC16439
97427 c/n 101 NC16442
97428 c/n 95 NC16436
42-97431 ... 42-97431
Beech UC-43E Traveller 
Civilian Model C-17R c/n 80 NC2166 impressed by USAAF.
43-15633 ... 43-16132
Douglas C-47A-90-DL
c/n 20099/20598
15633 (c/n 20099) to Royal Laotian AF as 633 Dec 1960.
15634 (c/n 20100) to F-BAXR with Uni-Air, Toulouse
15635 (c/n 20101) Noted September 2003 at National Museum of Transport, Barrett Station, St 
Louis, MO.
15637 (c/n 20103) lost Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 6013
15638 (c/n 20104, 36th TCS, 316th TCG) lost Milheeze, Holland Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10040
Crew 1 POW and 3 returned.
15641 (c/n 20107) with 316th TCG, 45th TCS lost Schijndel, Netherlands Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10402.
15643 (c/n 20109, 36th TCS, 316th TCG) lost Groesbeek, Holland Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10039
Crew 1 MIA and 3 returned.
15644 (c/n 20110) damaged Feb 12, 1946 in ground accident at Bovingdon, UK
15645 (c/n 20111) assigned to 50th Squadron for resupply missions from England in
Normandy invasion.  Suffered some battle damage.  Later stored as 0-315645.
In 1951 assigned to USAFB Greenham Common in UK.  In May 1961 to Portuguese
AF as FAP 6159. In 1975 to Mozambique AF as FP-502
15646 (c/n 20112) to Turkish AF as 6062, coded TK-62
15648 (c/n 20114) became SE-BBL "Orren" (later renamed "Loke
Viking") of ABA.  Sold as F-VNBD
15649 (c/n 20115) by 1955 was TC-TUG of Devlet Hava Yollari
15650 (c/n 20116) w/o May 8, 1945 at Cham, Germany in landing accident.
15652 (c/n 20118) to Norwegian Air Force as 315652 in July 1950.  To
Danish Air Force in Oct 1956 as K-688 and 68-688.  
Withdrawn from use Jul 1982.  Now on display at
Militair Luchtvaartmuseum at Kamp Zeist, Netherlands.
15654 (c/n 20120) to Ecuadorian AF as 20120/HC-AUW
15655 (c/n 20121) w/o Aug 27, 1944 in France
15657 (c/n 20123) to N54579
15658 (c/n 20124) lost Dec 27, 1944 Sibret, Belgium.  MACR 11316.  4 killed.
15659 (c/n 20125) attached to 316 TCG/45TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13345.
15660 (c/n 20126) by 1955 was PP-CCY "Caraja" of Servicos
Aereos Cruziero do Sul.  But there is a photo showing this plane as having been destroyed Dec 30, 1944 while
with the 439th TCG.
15662 (c/n 20128) became SE-BBM "Ripan" (later renamed "Magna
Viking") of ABA.  Crashed at Bromma Apr 1, 1951
15663 (c/n 20129) with 434th TCG, 72nd TCS lost St Oedenrode, Netherlands Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 11003
15664 (c/n 20130) to Imperial Iranian AF
15666 (c/n 20132) damaged Jun 8, 1952 in ground accident at Bolling AB, Washington.
15668 (c/n 20134) converted to EC-47N.
15669 (c/n 20135) to SAF as SE-BAX "Esbjorn Viking". To Air Lingus
as EI-AC. To Royal Nepal Airlines Corp as 9N-AAO.  W/o
in 1964 at Nepaigunj, Nepal
15670 (c/n 20136) to Meteor Air Transport as NC54337 (aircraft rebuilt
after an accident on Nov 19, 1949 in which 2 were killed)  To
PP-AOD, to Transportes Aereos Nacional (Nacional) as PP-AKD.
To Brazilian AF as FAB 2072.  To Clube Nautico Agua Limpa as PT-KVB
Destroyed while used by Clube Nautico.
15675 (c/n 20141) damaged Aug 12, 1944, Aldermaston, UK
15676 (c/n 20142) w/o May 6, 1946 near Heidelberg, West Germany.  Crew bailed out.
15677 (c/n 20143) to Ecuadorian AF as 15677/HC-AUR
15681 (c/n 20147) converted to EC-47Q.  Disposed of as surplus by 56th Special
Operations Wing at Clark AB, Philippines Sept 30, 1974.
15682 (c/n 20148) w/o Jul 16, 1944 at Cortland AB, New York
15684 (c/n 20150)
15686 (c/n 20152) to Philippine AF
15687 (c/n 20153) w/o Aug 11,1 945 in crash 7 mi SW of Marietta, Georgia.
15688 (c/n 20154) converted to C-47E.
15689 (c/n 20155) ditched in Mediterranean Sea 60 mi off Libyan
coast Jun 7, 1959.
15691 (c/n 10157) w/o Mar 27, 1951 in landing accident near Matagorda AB, Texas
15692 (c/n 20158) to NC60942, to Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-ADF,
to Fuerza Aerea Argentina as T-20 then TC-20 between
Sept 1966 and Sep 1991, later registered in Chile as CC-CLK and
is now in the Museo Nacional de Aeronautica de Chile.
15694 (c/n 20160) to XT-T36, NC8382C, N1797B, ETA-101, T-17, TC-17 Argentine AF
15697 (c/n 20163) w/o Feb 27, 1945 in landing accident at Thatbutkon, Burma
15698 (c/n 20164) lost Dec 5, 1944, Kuyung, Burma.  MACR 11071 
15699 (c/n 20165) lost Jun 27, 1945.  MACR 14695
15700 (c/n 20166) converted to VC-47A.  To civil registry as N839M
15704 (c/n 20170) to USAAF, to Indamar of Bombay, reg. VT-DDT, to Mararajah S. K. Singh, registered VT-DDT, returned to Indamar of 
Bombay, to Kalingal Air Line of Calcutta. Nationalized into Indian Air Force and registered as BJ1046.
15705 (c/n 20171) to North West Orient Airlines then to Airline
Transport Carriers as NC79055, then (Oct 1958 to Mar 1962) to
Ozark Airlines Inc as N151D.  To Aerlolineas Andinas (Aliansa SA)
Jun 21, 1982 as HK-2820.  Still active.
15706 (c/n 20172) by 1955 was VT-AXB of Indian Airlines Corp.
15707 (c/n 20173) to Portugal with Companhia de Transportes Aereos (CTA) as
CS-TDX. In 1948 to TAAG - (Linhas Aereas de Angola) Angola Airlines (DTA)
as CR-LCC.  In 1967 to Portuguese AF as FAP 6168.  WFU in Angola in 1975
and scrapped.
15708 (c/n 20174) by 1954 was ET-T-3 of Ethiopian Air Lines Inc
15709 (c/n 20175) to South African AF as 6835.  To Dodson
Aviation (Wonderboom, South Africa) converted to AMI-DC3-65TP
with PT-6A-65AR turboprops.  To Baja Air Inc as N145RD
operating flights to Baja California for a timeshare business.
15710 (c/n 20176) by 1955 was VT-CGI of Indian Airlines Corp.
15711 (c/n 20177) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-369.
15712 (c/n 20178) damaged while parked at Chicago MAP Dec 13, 1944.
To United Airlines as C/L "Boston" NC39572.  To Kirk Kerkorian's
Los Angeles Air Service, renamed Trans International Airlines (TIA)
in 1960, later to be Transamerica Airlines. To N3588 owned
by Purdue University (Purdue Aeronautics Corp).  Crashed
on takeoff for a test flight after overhaul at Dallas Love Field,
TX Apr 18, 1962.
15713 (c/n 20179) by 1954 was PP-YPJ of S. A. Transportes Aeros
REAL
15714 (c/n 10180) by 1956 was CF-CRZ of Canadian Pacific Airlines.
15715 (c/n 20181) by 1954 was PP-YPK of S.A. Transportes Aereos REAL.
15716 (c/n 20182) by 1954 was PP-ANJ of Transportes Aereos Nacional Ltda.
15717 (c/n 20183) to C-11 to Lineas Aereas Nacionales (LANSA) as
HK-311.  DBR Jan 31, 1951 following forced landing
at Madrid, Colombia on a cargo flight
15718 (c/n 20184) to Vietnam AF
15721 (c/n 20187) to Transportes Aereos Nacionales of Brazil as PP-ANH.
Crashed near Palmeira de Goias, GO (Brazil) Aug 12, 1952 after inflight
bomb explosion.  4 crew and 20 passengers killed.
15724 (c/n 20190) to Brooks Air Fuel as N95460.  By 1955 had gone to 
Northern Consolidated Airlines.  Now a hulk at Fairbanks.
15725 (c/n 20191) by 1954 was N91234 of Allegheny Airlines 
15728 (c/n 20194) to RFC Jun 12, 1946.  In 1946 to N63440 of Southwest Airways.  
To Pacific Airlines Mar 1958, to Paradise Airlines in 1963.
To Amerine Turkey Breeding Farms in 1966.  To Jack Adams
Aircraft Sales Oct 1968.  To Amherst Airways Inc Jan 1969.
To Englert Investments Mar 1971.  To Caribbean Aircraft Inc
1973 to 1975.  To Carib-West Airways on lease 1972 to
1976.  Later with Alaska Crew Inc, Anchorage, AK.  WFU at
Anchorage Oct 1978.  In 2008 was stored at Arlington, WA airport.
15729 (c/n 20195) by 1956 was N79056 of Northwest Airlines
15730 (c/n 20196) to NC59749, N11W then to C-GRMH with Air-Dale Lit of Ontario but removed from Canadian
registery Mar 14, 1989.
15731 (c/n 20197) sold in 1946 to Johnson Flying Service of Missoula, MT as NC24320.
In accident Dec 22, 1954.  Rebuilt as N24320 by Johnson Flying Service.
Sold to Evergreen International in 1977.  Registered Feb 12, 1979 to 
Basler Flight Service of Oshkosh, WI.  Registered Jul 24, 1985 to 
McNeely Charter Service of West Memphis, AR.  In ground accident
Dec 15, 1994.  Sold to Museum of Mountain Flying of Missoula, MT.
Arrived at Museum Oct 17, 2001.
15732 (c/n 20198) w/o Feb 11, 1962 near Bao Lac, South Vietnam when hit high ground.  9 killed.
15733 (c/n 20199) by 1956 was N91007 of Alaska Airlines
15734 (c/n 20200) by 1954 was CP-591 of Lloyd Aero Boliviano SA
15737 (c/n 20203) by 1956 was N91005 of Alaska Airlines
15738 (c/n 20204) crashed 10 mi NE of Talkeetna, Alaska Sep 18, 1944. MACR 8878.  3 crew and 16 passengers killed.
15740 (c/n 20206) to Brazilian AF as FAB-2035.  Now at Museu Aerospacial, Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
15742 (c/n 20208) to N91006
15743 (c/n 20209) to Philippine AF.  To RP-C82
15744 (c/n 20210) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2061.  To civil registry 
with Construtora Andrade Gutierrez SA as PT-KVX, then to Rondonia
Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KVX, scrapped
Manaus, AM, Brazil.
15745 (c/n 20211) w/o Sep 7, 1944 in crash 10 mi S of Ottawa
15747 (c/n 20213) by 1953 was N63105 of Southwest Airways
15748 (c/n 20214) by 1953 was N63104 of Southwest Airways
15749 (c/n 20215) became NC20754 in 1954, then N36MK ca 1963, then by 1969
had become N364K, then C_GYBA, then N347AB, then N33623.
15750 (c/n 20216) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2062.  W/o Jul 9, 1956
15753 (c/n 20219) to NC60941 with Nationwide Air Transportation Service.
To CF-FSP leased to Quebecair, returned to Nationwide Air Transportation
Service as N60941.  To CF-QBH with Quebecair.  W/o in hangar fire
Jul 13, 1958 at Rimouski, Quebec.
15755 (c/n 20221) w/o Feb 2, 1946 near Aurora-Lowry AB, Colorado
15758 (c/n 20224) to RFC May 5, 1946.  To Flamingo Air Service as NC54332.  To
Avianca as HK-328.  Crashed Trujillo, Colombia Mar 9, 1955 while enroute from Condoto to 
Cali.  3 crew 5 passengers killed.
15759 (c/n 20225) to civilian registry as NC88877. Sold to Avensa of Venezuela as 
YV-C-AVA. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-WBG-500 and later re-registered 
OB-PBG-500 and later OB-R-500.
15760 (c/n 20226) 
15761 (c/n 20227) to civil registry as NC91002
15762 (c/n 20228) to Reconstruction Finance Corp in 1946.  Sold on
civilian market as NC9033H.  To South Africa in 
1955 as  ZS-DLX.  Re-registered N9033H on 29 June, 
1955, and ZS-DLX on 3 January, 1956. On 7 February, 
1956, it was registered CF-ITH in Canada with Spartan 
Air Services and in 1960 became VP-KLG in Kenya, still 
with Spartan.  Re-registration back to CF-ITH in March 
1961, being registered to Kersey Airspray Ltd of Ottawa, 
Ontario, on 16 April, 1969.  Became C-FITH in 1977.  
Ownership in Canada lapsed in 1980 and transferred to 
Malta  Now on display at Air Museum of Malta.
15764 (c/n 20230) converted to C-47E
15766 (c/n 20232) w/o Jan 11, 1945 in crash 15 mi E of Exeter, Missouri
15767 (c/n 20233) w/o Jul 7, 1944 off Constatia, New York.  3 lost.
15768 (c/n 20234) w/o Sep 22, 1944 in Illinois
15771 (c/n 20237) w/o Oct 4, 1944
15772 (c/n 20238) to N786T
15773 (c/n 20239) converted to EC-47N, converted to EC-47P.
to Vietnam AF during Operation "Farm Gate". To Cambodia AF May 9, 1971.  Converted to AC-47
Jul 1973.
15775 (c/n 20241) to Bolivian AF as TAM-06
15776 (c/n 20242) w/o Oct 19, 1944, Indiana
15777 (c/n 20243) to Philippine AF
15778 (c/n 20244) to civil registry as N5900V, to Aerovias
Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AXZ, to Empresa de
Transportes Aereos Norte do Brasil (Aeronorte) as PP-NBL.
To Brazilian AF as FAB 2069.  To Transportes Aereos
Meridionais as PT-KZF, then to TAF Linhas Aereas (Taxi
Aereo Fortaleza) as PT-KZF.  Destroyed 1991 Fortaleza (CE)-Pinto
Martins, Brasil while used by TAF Linhas Aereas.
15781 (c/n 20247) missing during sortie from Dinjan, Burma Apr 21, 1945.
15782 (c/n 20248) became VT-CFL of Air India.  Crashed at
Junagarh Sep 18, 1947
15783 (c/n 20249) shot down at Moguang, China Jun 22, 1944
15785 (c/n 20251) w/o in  takeoff crash May 17, 1945 at Myitkyina, Burma
15786 (c/n 20252) delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Jul/Jul 1944
15787 (c/n 20253) delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Jun 11, 1944.  Crashed into Hukawng Valley
Aug 31, 1944 during flight from Yunnanyi to Dinjan.  Crew
bailed out.
15788 (c/n 20254) crashed at Pelel, India Jun 15, 1944
15789 (c/n 20255, 3rd TCG) lost Apr 22, 1945, India.  MACR 14315
15792 (c/n 20258) to NEIAF as DT-988, callsign VH-RCF.  Conflict
here.   Article in Air-Britain says aircraft flew into
mountainside in Burma Mar 20, 1945 while still in USAAF service.
15793 (c/n 20259) to VT-ATR of Indian Airlines Corp. Nov 1945.  Cancelled Feb 25, 1961
15795 (c/n 20261) shot down in Burma enroute to Myitkyina
Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6761 and 7939.
15796 (c/n 20262) crashed on landing at Mawlu, Burma Nov 30, 1944.
15797 (c/n 20263) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946
15798 (c/n 20264) condemned Dec 31, 1944.
15799 (c/n 20265) by 1955 was VT-AUL of Indian Airlines Corp.
15800 (c/n 20266) w/o in takeoff accident at Muse, Burma Apr 26, 1945.
15801 (c/n 20267) w/o Mar 13, 1945 near Moran, India due to engine failure.
15802 (c/n 20268) lost Sep 1, 1944.  MACR 8022.
15803 (c/n 20269) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.
By 1955 was VT-DFM of Indian Airlines Corp.
15805 (c/n 20271) lost Sep 30, 1944 in crash 25 mi SW of Santahar, India.  MACR 9618.
15809 (c/n 20275) lost Apr 25, 1945.  MACR 14731
15810 (c/n 20276) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.
15812 (c/n 20278) lost Oct 10, 1944.  MACR 9077
15816 (c/n 20282) w/o Feb 14, 1945 Luzon, Philippines
15821 (c/n 20287) with 317th TCS went down in mountain north of Tai Hsueh Shan near Myitkyina, China
on mission to Kunming Dec 5, 1944.  MACR 10394.  All aboard lost.
15823 (c/n 20289) by 1955 was VT-AUS of Indian Airlines Corp.
15824 (c/n 20290) w/o in landing accident Jun 4,1 945 at Ledo, India
15832 (c/n 20298) MIA Jan 22, 1945 in crash 40 mi NE of Chanyi, China.  MACR 11268
15834 (c/n 20300) w/o in landing accident at Yangllin Field, China Jun 12, 1945.
15835 (c/n 20301) to Air VietNam as F-VNAH, later reregistered
as XV-NIC.  Shot down by ground fire Sep 16, 1965 near Quang-Ngai
Vietnam.  38 of 39 onboard killed.
15836 (c/n 20302) w/o Nov 25, 1944 Yazagyo, China
15837 (c/n 20303) by 1955 was VT-AXC of Indian Airlines Corp.
15841 (c/n 20307, 1st CCS) lost in ground accident Lao Ho Kaw, 
China Mar 25, 1945
15845 (c/n 20311) by 1955 in 1949 to VT-AVR of Indian Airlines Corp. To
Airwork (India) Ltd, to Royal Nepal Airlines Corp as 9N-AAB.
WFU by 1979
15847 (c/n 20313) w/o in crash landing Jun 15, 1945 Luingshan, China
15849 (c/n 20315, 1st CCG) crashed between Chihkiang and
Chengkung Dec 28, 1944.  MACR 11094
15851 plane painted as such on display at Niagra Falls ANG base is actually 43-48957
15852 (c/n 20318) by 1955 was VT-AUV of Indian Airlines Corp.
15853 (c/n 20319) w/o Jun 26, 1945 Chenkang, China
15861 (c/n 20327) lost Sep 19, 1944 in China.  MACR 13679
15862 (c/n 20328) to XW-TAF Ral Air Lao Feb 22, 1962.  W/o Mar 24, 1976.
15864 (c/n 20330) lost Nov 8, 1944.  MACR 12419
15870 (c/n 20344) w/o Sep 19, 1944 in crash 50 mi S of Kunming, China when ran out of fuel.
15875 (c/n 20349) w/o Feb 15, 1945 in takeoff accident at Tulihal, India
15881 (c/n 20347) lost Jun 30, 1945.  MACR 14688.
15882 (c/n 20348) lost Jan 10, 1945 in crash 20 mi W of Laoshan, China.  MACR 11092
15883 (c/n 20349) to civil registry as N34960.  To Thailand in 1958.
15884 (c/n 20350) w/o Jul 28, 1944 at Ft Wayne Baer Field, Indiana
15885 (c/n 20351) w/o Jul 16, 1945 Mengsa, China due to engine failure.  Crew bailed out
15886 (c/n 20352) w/o in ground accident Jul 2,1945 at Myitkyina, Burma
15891 (c/n 20357) to Philippine AF
15892 (c/n 20358) to VT-ATU with Indian Airlines Corp.  w/o at Jammu Bridge Feb 25, 1954.
15893 (c/n 20359) to VT-ATS with Indian Airlines Corp.  W/o near Pathankot Jul 17, 1950.
15897 (c/n 20363) by 1954 was VT-ATT with Indian Airlines Corp.
In Oct 1964 to Jamair of Jamnagar (Calcutta), India
as VT-ATT.  W/o Mar 3, 1971 when the plane strayed off course on a
flight from Guwahati to Calcuta via Bagdora and collided with a
hill.  Wreck located 6 days later.  All 15 onboard killed.
15900 (c/n 20366) w/o Mar 23, 1945 in takeoff accident at Dohazari, India
15901 (c/n 20367, 1st CCS) crashed on takeoff from Hsian AB, China Mar 25, 1945.  1 killed.
15904 (c/n 20370, 1st CCS) blew tire on landing Aug 26, 1945.  Damaged in tow and w/o
15913 (c/n 20379) lost Aug 31, 1945.
15914 (c/n 20380, 1st CCS) crashed at Lalimar-Hat, India Sep 23, 1944.  9 killed.
15917 (c/n 20383, 1st CCS) crashed in China Sep 19, 1944
15919 (c/n 20385, 1st CCS) crashed Yangkai, China Aug 30, 1945
15922 (c/n 20388) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Dec 21, 1945 as XT-T24.
15929 (c/n 20395) w/o Oct 24, 1944 Selman Field, Louisiana.
15931 (c/n 20397) crashed Jan 6, 1949 in bad weather near Mineral, WA
on flight from Maxwell AFB,AL to McChord AFB, WA.  All 3
onboard killed.
15932 (c/n 20398) w/o Sep 29, 1951 near Maedong, South Korea.  7 killed.
15933 (c/n 20399) on civil registry as N61721
15935 (c/n 20401) declared surplus Nov 28, 1946.  To VH-BHC Feb 28, 1947.  To G-ALFO Dec 20, 1948,
To N94529 Dec 22, 1950, To N300A Oct 1951, To N700E Oct 1961.  To N20DH, Jun 1970.  To 890P
Apr 21, 1979.  To N12RB with Vintage Airways in 1991.  To Vintage Wings and Things, Carenco, 
Louisiana in Jun 1998 as N33VW.  To Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas in 2009. To civil registry as N33VW
15937 (c/n 20403) to N195W in 1965.
15938 (c/n 20404) to N56990 in 1977.
15939 (c/n 20405) to Colonial Airlines of Morristown, NJ as NC86548.
Purchased by Aeroposta Argentina and registered as LV-AGF.  
Immediately transferred to Aerolineas Argentinas.  Sold to
Iberia as EC-EAB.  WFU at Sabadell Airport, Barcelonia, Spain.
15940 (c/n 20406) to NC41761, LV-XEP Aug 29, 1946, to T-175 Oct 9, 1946 FAA
15941 (c/n 20407) to NEIAF as DT-970, callsign VH-REX.  By 1955 was
PK-REX of Garuda Indonesian Airway
15944 (c/n 20410) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2063.  WFU 1963
15945 (c/n 20411) to N6899D, then N386T.  Owned by Purdue University
(Purdue Aeronautics Corp).  Crashed on approach to Morgantown,
WVA in poor weather on ferry flight Nov 29, 1963.
15946 (c/n 20412) w/o Nov 17, 1944 in crash 8 mi NW of Malden, Oklahoma
15947 (c/n 20413) converted to VC-47A 
15948 (c/n 20414) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2032.  Preserved in Belem, Para, Brazil
15949 (c/n 20415) bailed from the USAF to Air America July 1966 as '949' (not B-949). Numerous 
accidents, incidents over the years, all repaired.  Crashed into mountain near DaNang, SVN 
Jan 16, 1969 during bad weather while enroute from Hue to Da Nang.  3 crew and 9 passengers
killed.
15950 (c/n 20416) delivered to USAAF. Re-reg to USAF 18 Sep 47. Attached to 10MSU Pope AFB, NC damaged 
in a landing accident 21 Feb. 1948 at Marshall AFB, KS. To civil, Registered to Beldex Corp. (St. Louis, MO) 
as N570R, Re-registered to N578R, sold to Lanhoff Grain Co., derelict, sold to Basler Air Lines. 
Unused sold to Aerovias de Oaxaquenas, Puerto Esconida, Oaxacea, Reg XA-JII, now parted out 
and derelict PXM (Puerto Esconida).
15952 (c/n 20418) nose noted at San Diego Aerospace Museum Jan 2002.
15953 (c/n 20419) delivered to USAAF. Re-reg to USAF Sep 18, 1947.  1949 to CAA as NX183, 1958 to FAA Reg N52, 
Nov 9, 1965 WFU after an off field accident Pittsburgh, PA when it ran out of gas and crashed into the trees.
15954 (c/n 20420) delivered to USAAF.  Ultimate fate obscure.
15955 (c/n 20421) to Thai AF in 1972.  W/o Sakhon Nakhon Sep 23, 1976.
15956 (c/n 20422) delivered to USAAF, converted to EC-47A. To civil for U.S. Department of Justice 
(Immigration & Naturalization Service) as N3630G, to N148Z for the US Forest Service.   W/o Jun 11, 1979 
when one engine caught fire and separated from the wing. A forced landing was carried out on the 
Selway River. 48 km (30 mls) NE of Elk City, ID, 10 fatal. 
15957 (c/n 20423) at JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO
15960 (c/n 20426) to CAA as N2, later NC818, NC118, NC3, NC2, N3, N7.
15961 (c/n 20427) w/o Oct 27, 1944 in Tennessee
15962 (c/n 20428) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2064.  To civil registry 
with Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KVS.
Stored Fortaleza (CE)-Pinto Martins, Brazil
15966 (c/n 20432) to Miami Airlines as NC65743, rebuilt to World Wide
Airways as CF-DME, to N5592A, to HK-1179, for Transamazonica.
Stored Villavicencio, Colombia.
15967 (c/n 20433) front fuselage seen at J. W. Duff Aircraft Salvage,
Denver, CO in 2005.  Crashed at Lowry AFB in 1964?
15968 (c/n 20434) by 1953 was N63106 of Southwest Airways
15970 (c/n to Panama AF as 203 Jan 17, 1970.
15974 (c/n 20440) converted to VC-47A
15976 (c/n 20442) on civil registry as N94Z
15977 (c/n 20443) at Castle Air Museum, California.
15978 (c/n 20444) to civil registry as NC25644, N5W, N5PG, CF-QZU, CF-PAG, C-FPAG, N8021Z, (N513AA), and back
again to N8021Z.  Flown to Gillespie County Airport, Fredericksburg, TX under a ferry permit in 2007 and 
has not flown since.
15979 (c/n 20445) converted to EC-47N
15981 (c/n 20447) became N53593.  By 1955 was N55V of
Piedmont Aviation, Inc.
15982 (c/n 20448) on civil registry as N838M used as mosquito sprayer
15984 (c/n 20450) to French AF
15985 (c/n 20451) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2041.  To civil registry with Clube
Nautico Agua Limpe as PT-KVH.  Later derelict and scrapped.
15987 (c/n 10453) became OY-DDO "Odd Viking" of DDL.  Sold
as EI-AFB Nov 267, 1948.  Registration cancelled Jan 1958
on sale as VR-TBT
15988 (c/n 20454) by 1955 was TR-ASA of Devlet Hava Yollari.  On civil registry as N164VW in 1968 then to XB-NAE
15989 (c/n 20455) converted to EC-47N.  By 1955 was TC-ARA of
Devlet Hava Yollari.
15990 (c/n 20456) to CR-LCA and in 1976 with TAAG Angola Airlines as D2-LCA
15992 (c/n 20458) converted to VC-47A
15993 (c/n 20459) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2026.  WFU
15994 (c/n 20460) w/o Aug 31, 1951 in crash 45 mi E of Platinum, Alaska
15998 (c/n 20464) w/o Dec 10, 1945 in takeoff accident at Thorobrough AB, Canada
16000 (c/n 20466) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2027.  WFU
16005 (c/n 20471) to N79029.  By 1954 was N47V of Piedmont 
Aviation, Inc.
16006 (c/n 20472) by 1953 was XA-HIY of Mexicana
16007 (c/n 20473) to NC79026, to Argentina LACAS as LV-AFX, then to
a private operator as LV-FDF, to Miami Airlines as N3957C,
Nov 20, 1952 to Polanco Narvaez Luis Enrique as HK-1505E, later as 
HK-1505W, to Taxi Aero del Guauiare (TAGUA) at Villavicencio,
Colombia as HK-1505.  WFU.
16008 (c/n 20474) declared surplus and sold Jul 24, 1946 as NC15836, later N15836.
Reacquired by USAF Jul 13, 1949 as 49-2622
16011 (c/n 20477, 417th TCG) lost Mar 27, 1945, New Guinea.  MACR 14320
16015 (c/n 20481, 317th TCG) lost Feb 10, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 12298
16025 (c/n 20491) w/o Nov 10, 1945 near Chezy-sur-Marne, France
16026 (c/n 20492) forced down in Hungary Nov 19, 1951 and interned.  While approaching
Belgrade, Yugoslavia got lost and strayed into Hungary
and was forced down.  Crew returned after show trial.  Used
by Hungarian AF 1952 to 1956 then to Malev as HA-TSA.
Crashed into a house in Lumumba Street, Zudlo, East Pest Aug 6, 1961, killing all 27 onboard,
plus 3 on the ground.  Aircraft was on a sightseeing flight and stalled off a steep turn.
It seems that the pilot was showing off to some friends.
16027 (c/n 20493) w/o Apr 4, 1945 in takeoff accident at Mourmelon, France
16028 (c/n 20494) became N100 then N100Z and converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 6). 
To US Forest Service as N142Z
16029 (c/n 20495) converted to EC-47Q.  To ROKAF
16031 (c/n 20497) to Spanish AF as T.3-17.
16032 (c/n 20498) with 315th TCG, 43rd TCS lost Dodewaard, Netherlands Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10038
16033 (c/n 20499, 434rd TCG, 72nd TCS) shot down by AAA Bladel, Holland Sep 17, 1944 during Operation
Market Garden. 2 of 5 crew KIA.  MACR 10797
16034 (c/n 20500) with 434rd TCG, 72nd TCS lost Lage Mierde, Netherlands Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 9922
16036 (c/n 20502) in midair collision with another C-47 (43-15111??) 
Aug 24, 1948 near Ravolzhausen, West Germany.  4 killed.
16037 (c/n 20503) w/o Apr 16, 1945 in crash landing at Goch, Germany
16041 (c/n 20507) became N387T and converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 8). 
To Bolivian AF as TAM-38; fuselage noted at Santa Cruz/la Trompillo, Bolivia September 1997
16043 (c/n 20509) w/o Dec 25, 1944 in takeoff accident at Orleans, France
16044 (c/n 20510) struck mountain near Limone Piedmonte, Italy Oct 24, 1954.  21 killed.
16049 (c/n 20515, 49th TCS, 313rd TCG) shot down by AAA near Bladel, Holland Sep 17, 1944 during 
Operation Market Garden.  Crew 3 KIA and 1 POW.  MACR 9913
16053 (c/n 20519) to NC79035 (a ferry number), to PP-ATT, to Viacao Aerea Santos
Dumont SA (VASD/taken over by Nacional 1956) as PP-SDE.  To Transportes Aereos
Nacional (Nacional/taken over by REAL 1957) as PP-ANQ, to Aerovias Brazil
(REAL Transportes Aereos as PP-ANQ.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2075.  Ultimate
fate uncertain.
16055 (c/n 20521) converted to VC-47A, later to EC-47N.
16059 (c/n 20525) to N86452 then to Spanish AF as T.3-39.
16061 (c/n 20527) converted to VC-47A
16062 (c/n 20528) crashed one mi E of abandoned Isachsen weather
station on Ellef Rignes Island, Northwest Territories,
Canada Oct 9, 1949.  Aircraft failed to gain height due to
icing problems when overloaded.  Only minor injuries to the crew.  The
wreck is still there.
16063 (c/n 20529) by 1954 was PP-YPO of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
16064 (c/n 20530) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-364. Sold on civil market as N8160Z.
16065 (c/n 20531) converted to AC-47D.  W/o Aug 16, 1969
16066 (c/n 20532) w/o Dec 29, 1944 near Ironton, Missouri.  5 killed.
16067 (c/n 20533) converted to VC-47A.  W/o Jul 28, 1944 in New York State
16070 (c/n 20536) to Pacific Airlines as NC67588, in 1953 user was Southwest
Airways, to Blatz Airlines, leased to Universal Airlines as N67588, to Majestic Air Cargo
as N67588.  W/o May 24, 1998 when ran out of fuel and crashed
in marsh at Unalakleet Airport 5 mi NW of Anchorage, AK.  
Wreck moved to Anchorage in 2001 for possible rebuild.
16075 (c/n 20541) to Uruguayan AF as 508
16076 (c/n 20542) to Frontier Airlines as N65385.
16080 (c/n 20546) to Peruvian Air Force. Transferred to Escuela de Aviacion Civil as OB-I-818.
16082 (c/n 20548) to Jim Hankins Air Services as N17779, to
Aerolineas Andinas (Aliansa SA) Apr 4, 1983 as HK-3037.
Currently active with Aerolineas Llaneras (arall) still as
as HK-3037 at Villavicencio Vanguardia Airport, Colombia.
16083 (c/n 20549) bailed from the USAF to Air America July 1966 first as 0-16083, then as 
'083'.  Numerous accidents and incidents all repaired.  Stored at Tan Son Nhut 
July 01, 1972 until May 31, 1974.  Escaped from Saigon on April 29, 1975 and 
landed at Tainan, Taiwan. Returned to the USAF on June 30, 1975 and declared 
surplus by the USAF as of May 1975.  May have gone to Thai AF in 1976
16088 (c/n 20554) by 1954 was XA-HUH of Aerovias Reforma SA
16089 (c/n 20555) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2024.  To civil registry  Feb 1970 as N4946F.
To Museo Aerospacial Dos Afonsos Jul 1996.  Re-registered PP-AVJ Dec 2002
16091 (c/n 20557) to Philippine AF
16092 (c/n 20558) by 1954 was YV-C-AVR of Aerovias Venozalanas SA
16095 (c/n 20561) converted to EC-47N
16096 (c/n 20562) to Norwegian AF May 1945.  Became LN-IAN with
Norwegian Airlines Oct 1947, then to F-OADR for Les Avions
Bleus "Francoise" Mar 25, 1949.  To N9989F with Cornell
Dubilier Electric Corp, NJ in 1951.  To N335HH with Huber
Homes Inc Jan 1968.  To H. M. Dunn, Lexington, KY Jan 1970.
To Midwest Airlines Jun 1970.  To Aviation Sales Intl Jun 7, 
1972 as CF-ABA, to C-FABA.  To Albig Avtn Ltd in Lorette,
PQ (reg Jul 4, 1972).  Apr 26 1973 to Sigfusson Transport
Ltd of Winnipeg, Manitoba. To Superior Airways Apr 1973 and
to Ontario Central Airlines and to Reindeer Air Service
and to Wright Enterprises Ltd, Edmonton, Alberta (this was
in 1974).  Ilford Riverton Airways (1978) and Wright
Enterprises (Jan 22, 1979).  Cancelled from Canadian
registry Sep 1979.  To N3FT for Yukon Air Service in
Fairbanks, AK Air North.  In 1990 registered with Rocky Mountain
Helicopter, Provo, UT.  Bought in Oct 1993 by "Living Water
Teaching Inc" and stationed in Guatemala and operated as
"Mercy Wings".  Crashed into mountain in bad weather Nov 1, 1998
while on approach to Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
16097 (c/n 20563) converted to VC-117C then to SC-117A-DL
16098 (c/n 20564) damaged Nov 28, 1945 in landing accident at Nice, France
16100 (c/n 20566) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-371.
16101 (c/n 20567) w/o Jul 1, 1945 in crash 6 mi SE of Springlake, Texas.  5 killed.
16102 (c/n 20568) w/o Jan 28, 1951 in landing accident at Ft Knox, Kentucky.
16105 (c/n 20571) to VH-ANL, F-OAPD, F-KHAB, served with Royal Khmer Air Force in late 1950s, early 1960s.
Inherited by Khymer AF Dec 1971 as 105.
16107 (c/n 20573) by 1954 was PI-C17 of Philippine Air Lines
16110 (c/n 20574) to Cathay Pacific Airlines Nov 1946 as VR-HDG.  W/o
Feb 24, 1949 after the crew aborted an approach in poor
visibility and tried to go around.  Plane struck a hillside
near Braemar Reservoir in Hong Kong.  23 killed.
16111 (c/n 20575) damaged May 7, 1946 in takeoff accident at Tacloban Field, Philippines
16112 (c/n 20576) 
16112 (c/n 20578) leased from and flown by US citizen for the 
Indonesian nationalist air force as RI-002.  Shot down by KNIL B-25
Sep 30, 1948 (another reported date is Oct 1, 1948) and 
crashed near Begkulu, south of Sumatra.  Wreckage finally found in jungles of 
Indonesia in 1981.  At the time of the crash reports had circulated 
that the aircraft had been captured at Palembang by the Dutch and had been flown to Bangkok.
16113 (c/n 20579)to Philippine AF
16114 (c/n 20580) lost Dec 24, 1944, New Guinea.  MACR 12181.  Also listed as w/o Oct 16, 1944 in landing
accident at El Fasher, Sudan 
16117 (c/n 20583) SOC in Philippines Jul 22, 1946 and sold to Trans-Asiatic Airlines
of Manila as PI-C180.  May have been transferred tin 1947 to Trans-Asiatic Airlines
of Siam as HS-TA180 and w/o early in 1949 at Mingaladon, Burma when ground looped.
Appeared in movie "Objective Burma" with Errol Flynn (1945)
16120 (c/n 20586) to NC63287, PP-DLM, to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEB, to Brazilian AF 
as FAB 2086.  To Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-LBM.
Now listed as derelict at Afonsas.
16121 (c/n 20587) converted to VC-47A.  Used to fly Generals Jodl and Keitel from Berlin to 
Eisenhower's French headquarters to sign German unconditional surrender.
To Portuguese AF as FAP 1060 in 1961.  To Guinea-Bissau Air Force in 1976,
probably registered as CR-GBP.  WFU
16122 (c/n 20588) was to have been Navy R4D-7 BuNo 39110, but it was not
transferred from USAAF.  Q/o Sep 29, 1945 in crash 47 mi S of Hisian, China
16123 (c/n 20589) converted to EC-47N
16124 (c/n 20590) Delivered June 22, 1945, next to Canal Zone on June 30, 1945. 
June 01, 1946 Excl to RX-76 for Lineas Aeras Costarricenses - LACSA. 
Nov. 27, 1946 crashed after striking a mountain on approach near San 
Jose, Costa Rica. 3 Crew, 20 pax fatal.
16125 (c/n 20591) damaged Apr 3, 1945 in takeoff accident at Pope Field, North Carolila
16126 (c/n 20592) by 1956 was CF-CRY of Canadian Pacific Airlines.
16127 (c/n 20593) by 1954 was PI-C126 of Philippine Air Lines
16129 (c/n 20595) damaged Feb 5, 1945 in taxi accident at George Field, Illinois
16130 (c/n 20596).  To civil registry as N86453, then T.3-33 with Spanish AF.
Registered G-BGCF Nov 20, 1978 then N3753C Apr 1980.  In 1987 preserved at 
8th Air Force Museum, Barksdale AFB, LA although nominally on charge of USAFM
16131 (c/n 20597) to NEIAF as NL-205.  W/o after accident near Katwijk
49-185 ... 49-199
Fairchild C-119C-17-FA Flying Boxcar
c/n 10422/10436.  Ordered as C-119B but completed as C-119C
185 (c/n 10422) to MASDC Sep 21, 1965
186 (c/n 10423) to French AF in Vietnam from 483rd TCW.  Shot down
on approach to Dien Bien Phu Mar 11, 1954.
187 (c/n 10424) to Civil Air Transport (CIA) as 187.  Became EC-119C for some time.  
Sold to Morocco as CNA-MC or CN-AMC
188 (c/n 10425) to MASDC Sep 30, 1965
189 (c/n 10426) w/o Nov 2, 1950 in crash 7 mi NW of Griffiss AFB, Tennessee 
190 (c/n 10427) to Morocco as CNA-MD or CN-AMD
191 (c/n 10428) to MASDC Mar 28, 1969 
192 (c/n 10429) crashed in Tennessee Jun 4, 1951 when went out of
control and disintegrated in flight 12 mi SE of Jackson, TN.
193 (c/n 10430) to MASDC Sep 30, 1965
194 (c/n 10431) to MASDC Jan 7, 1967.  To N13742 of Hemet Valley Flying Service
195 (c/n 10432) collided with C-124C 52-0981 Mar 27, 1958 near
Bridgeport, TX.  3 on board the C-119C were killed,
15 on board the C-124C killed.
196 (c/n 10433) to MASDC Sep 28, 1965
197 (c/n 10434) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
198 (c/n 10435) to MASDC Oct 20, 1965
199 (c/n 10436) to MASDC Jan 7, 1967.  To civil registry as N13744.  Preserved at Castle
Air Museum, CA on indefinite loan from US Forest Service.  A plate having
the serial number 10436 was recovered from a crash site in California.
But FAA records and NMoUSAF agree that the plane is 49-199.
63-7443 ... 63-7468
McDonnell F-4C-17-MC Phantom
7443, 7447, 7452, 7459, 7462, and 7467 modified
as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.
7443 scrapped Dec 1, 1987.
7444 (12th TFW, 558th TFS) hit by ground fire over Laos and crashed near Ban Phannop, Laos Dec 5, 1969
and both crew ejected.  One crewman rescued, the other MIA.
7445 modified as YF-4E 
7446 (c/n 413) noted at Technikmuseum Speyer, Germany Apr 2005.
7452 Modified as EF-4C.  To AMARC as FP089 Oct 7, 1987
7453 to Soesterberg 6/13/1986 for battle damage repair
training. 
7454 (c/n 427) to AMARC as FP079 May 21, 1987.  To 490SS, Holloman AFB, NM Sep 4, 1997 
7455 scrapped Apr 1, 1988.  Noted 10/21/2000 at McEntire AFB,
SC as a battle damage repair training airframe.
7458 crashed Jun 24, 1966 after a spin.  Crew ejected safely.
7459 scrapped Oct 1, 1987.
7460 (c/n 439) to AMARC as FP179 Dec 5, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
7463 (c/n 443) noted preserved with Arkansas Army National Guard at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, Arkansas in Oct
2000 and again in 2006.
7466 (12th TFW, 558th TFS) disappeared off Okinawa, Japan May 24, 1965. Both crew MIA.
7467 on display at Tecknik Museum, Siefershofen, Germany.
7468 (455th BS) to AMARC as FP321 Oct 4, 1989.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI Aug 12, 1998
63-7740 ... 63-7742
McDonnell RF-4C-17-MC Phantom
7740 w/o Sep 13, 1968
7741 (c/n 433) to AMARC as FP338 Oct 12, 1989.
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
7742 (c/n 451) to AMARC as FP928 Jun 4, 1993.  Still on AMARC
inventory Jan 15, 2008
65-9565 ... 65-10135
Bell UH-1D-BF Iroquois
c/n 4609/5179.
Many converted to UH-1H.  
9640,9735,9759,9862,9889,9968,9974,10014,10054,10074,10090,10132 converted
to GUH-1H.  
10118 to JUH-1H.
At least 24 to FMS (2 to Chile, 2 to Peru, 2 to South Vietnam, 9 to
New Zealand, 8 to Venezuela).
10085,10104 transferred to NASA
9565 (c/n 4609) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1216Y.  To CC-CNM.
9567 (c/n 4611) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer. Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9569 (c/n 4613, UH-1H) became N4734F
9571 (c/n 4615) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9576 (c/n 4620) allocated civil registration of N714MQ July 2001.
9577 (c/n 4621) registered N1577 to Combat and Transport Aircraft Museum Jun 1995
9579 (c/n 4623) converted to GUH-1D
9580 (c/n 4624) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N63845
9589 (c/n 4633) noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery
Center, Elmira, NY.  Registration N373DH reserved Jan 30, 2009.
9591 burned near Dion Sep 1, 1967.
9592 (c/n 4636) converted to UH-1H.  To MASDC as XA0370 Dec 7, 1988
9593 (c/n 4637) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0422 Jun 5, 1995.
Registered N50558 Sep 9, 2005.  Registration N207PJ reserved
Jan 29, 2008, taken up Mar 19, 2008
9600 (c/n 4644) converted to UH-1H.  Tocivil registry as N7232L. Registration
N7232L cancelled by FAA Nov 14, 2008 as sold abroad.  Registered Nov 17, 2008
to National Helicopters P/L of Cooranbong as VH-RSL
9602 (c/n 4646) registered N2048P Feb 10, 2006
9603 (c/n 4647) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0346 Sep 29, 1988
9604 (c/n 4648) became N7232Z, nthen HI-714SP and currently TI-AZM
with Aerodiva.
9605 (c/n 4649, 174th AHC) during autorotation practice, the main rotor blade struck the cockpit and crashed 
at Lane field, SVN Dec 17, 1966. A South Korean student pilot and 2 crew killed.
9606 (c/n 4650) registered N310AS Aug 18, 2008
9610 (c/n 4654) converted to UH-1H.  To MASDC as XA0502 Sep 28, 1995.
Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
9613 (c/n 4657) on display Aug 2006 at Camp Johnson, Burlington, Vermont
9614 (c/n 4658) in fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.   In 2013 located in a range target storage compound 
on the SE portion tip of Eglin AFB, no public access.  Range ID 11 HE
9616 (c/n 4660) hit by ground fire over South Vietnam and w/o in forced landing
May 24, 1967.
9617 (c/n 4661) noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, Kansas. Still there Oct 2006
9618 (c/n 4662) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N106SW
9621 (c/n 4665) registered N32741 Feb 2,1995
9627 (c/n 4671) to Philippine AF as 150.  To civil registry as N92535 Aug 1995
9628 (c/n 4672) at Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana
9630 (c/n 4674) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0332 Sep 22, 1988.
9632 (c/n 4676) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0312 Sep 13, 1988
9637 (c/n 4681) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N773AR
9639 (c/n 4683) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N4237K
9643 (c/n 4684) mounted on post at Dothan, AL in Sept 2003.
9644 (c/n 4688) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8157G
9648 (c/n 4692) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0327 Sep 23, 1988
9649 (c/n 4693) on civilian registry as N247PV.
9651 (c/n 4695) became N42331.  Missing Nov 3, 2005 on flight from Alturas, California
to Oroville, California
9654 (c/n 4698) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N120PT
9661 (c/n 4705) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0548 Oct 10, 1995.
Registration N773GR reserved Jul 9, 2004, taken up Nov 15, 2004
9662 (c/n 4706) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N395M
9663 (c/n 4707) registered N980AS Sep 18, 2008. To Yemen AF Jan 2011.
9666 (c/n 4710) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0479 Sep 25, 1995.  Registration
N462CC reserved Nov 7, 2005, taken up Feb 2, 2006.
9667 (c/n 4711) was on display at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  In 2011 was at Sullivan Brothers
Iowa Veteran''s Museum, Waterloo, Iowa.  Engine, transmission, and rotor removed and everything aft of the
cabin also removed.
9668 (c/n 4712) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9669 (c/n 4713) to Air America as Y-11 Apr 1, 1971. Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  Converted to UH-1H
9671 (c/n 4715) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0331
9675 (c/n 4719, 9th Cav, 1st Sqn, B Troop) crashed in bad weather and fog in SVN Aug 8, 1966. 4 KIA.
9682 (c/n 4726) in hangar at Guthrie AHP, Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer. 
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9688 (c/n 4732) registered as N6195G, to HB-RXC Jan 2010.   As HB-RXC crashed Dec 20, 1012 near Rthi, Altenrhein.
9690 at Highway Department, Wheatfield, NY Jul 2007.
9693 (c/n 4737) to Air America as Y-12 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  To Vietnam AF 
9696 (c/n 4740) sitting on a trailer in front of VFW Hall o58w in Vandalia, Ohio.  It is moved around for 
displays, but is kept there.
9697 (c/n 4741) became N9697S.  Registration cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2009
as "destroyed"
9700 (c/n 4744) UH-1H) reported Fall 2003 at Augusta Air Museum, Augusta, KS
9702 (c/n 4746) converted to UH-1H. To AMARC as XA0554 Oct 10, 1995.  Registration
N602WA reserved Nov 9, 2004, taken up May 30, 2006
9703 (c/n 4747) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark as N700UH.
Registration N700UH was cancelled by FAA Dec 3, 2008 as
scrapped at Ozark, AL
9705 (c/n 4749) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N122FC
9708 (c/n 4752) with NASA as N419NA.  Registration cancelled Jun 16, 2008
as destroyed
9710 (c/n 4754) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911MRT
9718 (c/n 4762) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8079E
9719 (c/n 4763) noted in storage at Knox AHP Mar 2002.
9721 (c/n 4765, 116th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Nov 1, 1969. 5 KIA.
9723 (c/n 4767) to Bosnia and Herzegonina AF as VF-1816 and now instructional airframe at Rajlovac Air Base
9726 (c/n 4770) during takeoff crashed into a minefield in SVN Sep 25, 1966. 2 KIA.
9734 (c/n 4778) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N6384K
9736 (c/n 4780) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0320 Sep 21, 1988
9739 (c/n 4783) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0555 Oct 16, 1995.
To Jordanian AF
9741 (c/n 4785) crashed during whiteout landing Nov 5, 1966
Marie Byrd Land Camp #1, Antarctica.
9743 (c/n 4787) to civil registry as N92820 Aug 1995.  Became EC-GOD.
Crashed between Huelva and El Berrocal, Spain Jul 28, 2004.
9744 (c/n 4788) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N72171.  Registration
cancelled Sep 27, 2006 on sale to owner in Mexico.
9747 (c/n 4791) mounted on a post at Enterprise, AL Dec 2004. 
9750 (c/n 4794) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N915MF
9751 (c/n 4795) instructinal airframe with Louisiana Technical College, Lake Charles, Louisiana Sep 2003.
9752 (c/n 4796) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0313 Sep 13, 1988.
Returned to service.  To AMARC as XA0555 Oct 16, 1995.
9753 (c/n 4797) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0322 Sep 22, 1988
9754 (c/n 4798) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0483 Sep 26, 1995.
9758 (c/n 4802) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0581 Aug 26, 1996
9759 (c/n 4803) in fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.
9761 (c/n 4805) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N710WD
9762 (c/n 4806) registered N4306J Jan 1995
9763 (c/n 4807) to civil registry as N2220Y Apr 1994.  Sold to Australia Nov 2002 as VH-HUE
9764 (c/n 4808) to Peruvian AF as FAP-631
9765 (c/n 4809) to Peruvian AF as FAP-632
9766 (c/n 4810) to Peruvian AF as FAP-644
9767 (c/n 4811) to Peruvian AF as FAP-645
9768 (c/n 4812) to Peruvian AF as FAP-646, then to RNZAF as NZ3801
9769 (c/n 4813) to RNZAF as NZ3802.
9770 (c/n 4814) at Ozark. AL Jan 2008.
9771 (c/n 4815) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N62452
9774 (c/n 4818) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0549 Oct 10, 1995.
Noted stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Mar 28, 2006
9775 (c/n 4819) preserved at Ville Platte Veterans Memorial, Louisiana in Sep 2003.
9777 (c/n 4821) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC Sep 26, 1995.  Registration N464CC
reserved Nov 7, 2005, taken up Feb 2, 2006.  N464CC cancelled
Jul 19, 2007 on sale to owner in South Africa.  Registration ZU-LCY
has been reserved.
9779 (c/n 4823) with Military Museum, Houston, TX Feb 2005.
9785 (c/n 4829) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911BV,
registered N99BV Jan 25, 2005.
9786 (c/n 4830) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0519 Oct 2, 1995
9788 (c/n 4832) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
9790 (c/n 4834) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N205MY
9791 (c/n 4835) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N943SM
9801 to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1817, then A-2622
9803 (c/n 4847) in Aug 2003 noted on display at VFW 1037 at Waupaca, Wisconsin.
9805 (c/n 4849) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0569 Jan 16, 1996.
Registered N50513 Sep 8, 2005.
9808 crashed at Fort Rucker, AL Apr 14, 1982.  Four occupants killed.
9814 (c/n 4858) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0374
9815 (c/n 4859, UH-1D) Noted stored/dumped at Hidden Valley near Rosamund, CA Sep 2, 2000; 
appeared to have suffered accident damage.
9816 (c/n 4860) to Air America as Y-13 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.
Converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0352 Sep 30, 1988
9819 (c/n 4863) on display at Canton Municipal Airport, Illinois in Mar 2009.
9823 (c/n 4867) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N2291C
9825 (c/n 4869) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0353 Sep 29, 1988
9826 (c/n 4870) noted Mar 14, 2004 as GUH-1H ground instructional airframe at Guthrie AHP, Fort Rucker, AL.
Aircraft was noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
9832 (c/n 4876) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0314 Sep 14, 1988
9833 (c/n 4877) at Lexinton, NE Transportation Museum
9836 (c/n 4880) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N935MF
9839 (c/n 4883) noted at Ira G. Ross/Niagra Aerospace Museum, Niagra, New York in Jul 2009
9840 (c/n 4884) seen in 2012 at new outdoor museum wing of Marietta Museum, Georgia.
9844 (c/n 4888) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0373 Aug 20, 1989.
9847 (c/n 4891) registered N133 Mar 16, 1995
9848 (c/n 4892, UH-1H) became N5798K.  Tail boom noted in scrap yeard at Bellingham, WA
May 2, 2005.
9851 (c/n 4895) w/o in landing accident in South Vietnam Oct 13, 1967
9852 (c/n 4896) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0537 Oct 3, 1995.
Registered N71083 Sep 8, 2005.
9853 (c/n 4897) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0323 Sep 22, 1988
9856 (c/n 4900) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N1205D
9857 (c/n 4901) converted to UH-1H.  to AMARC as XA0354 Oct 1, 1988
9858 (c/n 4902) to civil registry as N38CF Sep 1995.  To CC-CLK
9863 (c/n 4907) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0542 Oct 5, 1995.
9865 (c/n 4909) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0468 Sep 22, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
9866 (c/n 4910, 173rd AHC) shot down by RPG in SVN Jan 8, 1968. One crew KIA, 3 wounded.
9870 (c/n 4914) restored to represent 68-16309 of 135th Assault Helicopter Company
as operated in Vietham.  The Huey was acquired from Sacramento 
Sheriff's Office which had it since 1996.  Civil registration was N911JM
9871 (c/n 4915) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N925MF
9872 (c/n 4916) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0468 Sep 22, 1995.  Allocated civilian registration
of N4067X in Jun 2001.  Cancelled Oct 2002 on sale to owner in Canada.
9873 (c/n 4917) crashlanded and destroyed by fire in South Vietnam Feb 5, 1967
9874 (c/n 4918) noted Oct 2005 in Buckley AFB Base Collection, Denver, CO painted as 0-12994
9877 (c/n 4921) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N911PR
9878 (c/n 4922) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0358 Oct 5, 1988
9886 (c/n 4930) noted in disposal yard at Ford Rucker Mar 2002
9888 (c/n 4932) noted on display at VFW Post 4161, Araanum, Ohio in Apr 2013.
9889 (c/n 4933) at Mathis Field, TZ Feb 2008
9897 (c/n 4941) stored at NAS Willow Grove, to go to Vietnam Veterans Assoc.
9903 (c/n 4947, 170th AHC) crashed during landing in SVN Nov 11, 1966. 2 KIA.
9904 (c/n 4948) hit trees when landing in South Vietnam and w/o Feb 25, 1968
9908 (c/n 4952) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0553 Oct 10, 1995.  
Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
9912 (c/n 4956) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0372
9915 (c/n 4959) became N4134W; this registration cancelled as 'scrapped' Jan 16, 2003.
9922 (c/n 4966) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0521) Oct 2, 1995.  Removed from AMARC and offered for sale
Registered N4072P May 20, 2009.  In Oct 2012 noted on display at Oregon Air and Space Museum, Eugene, Oregon
9926 (c/n 4970) registered in 1994 as N890AS
9931 (c/n 4975) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL.
9934 to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1805, then A-2614
9937 (c/n 4981) at Roland, OK Oct 2007
9939 (c/n 4983) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N931PD
9941 (c/n 4985) w/o in crash landing in South Vietnam Jun 21, 1967
9944 (c/n 4988) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0408 May 17, 1995.
9947 (c/n 4991) converted to UH-1H in 1972.  Retured 1992.  Reported to have
been donated to Bournemouth Aviation Museum, UK.
Registered N152AR Aug 15, 2008
9948 (c/n 4992, 334th AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Dec 26, 1967. 4 KIA.
9952 (c/n 4996) to civil registry as N127PT.  Registration N667HP reserted Feb 9, 2004,
taken up Apr 9, 2004.  Reported damaged at Benchmark, MT Jul 16, 2007
9956 (c/n 5000) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N8158G.
Registration N8156G cancelled by FAA Ap 24, 2009 as "scrapped"
9964 (c/n 5008) converted to UH-1H. To civil registry as N72175
9968 (c/n 5012) at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
9969 (c/n 5013) became N126FC, registration cancelled May 2, 2005 as "scrapped"
9971 (c/n 5015) noted stored at Knox AHP Mar 2002.
9973 (c/n 5017) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0562 Oct 23, 1995
9974 at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
9975 (c/n 5019) at Ville Platte, LA Oct 2007
9977 (c/n 5021) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0349 Sep 29, 1988.
9980 (c/n 5024) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0330
9984 (c/n 5028) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N398M
9986 (c/n 5030) registred as N141SP Feb 23, 1995.
9992 (c/n 5036) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N535NA
9996 (c/n 5040, UH-1H) at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.
10000 (c/n 5044) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0526 Oct 2, 1995.   Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10005 (c/n 5049) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport.  In 2008 was
at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
10006 (c/n 5050) crashed near Wicksburg, Alabama Feb 8, 1993.
10007 (c/n 5051) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0334
10009 (c/n 5053) became N57LC
10010 (c/n 5054) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N7232D
10012 (c/n 5056) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0321 Sep 22, 1988
10013 (c/n 5057) to civil registry as N2218N, then EC-360, then EC-GOC.
to civil registry in Chile as CC-CLO
10014 (c/n 5058) has been on display at Newman Park, Sweetwater, TX
since the early 1990s.
10016 (c/n 5060) on civil registry as N134JL.  Registration N155GH taken up.
Registration N567VF reserved Sep 8, 2008, taken up Oct 15, 2008
10017 (c/n 5061) became N301HP, registration N99WN reserved Apr 12, 2006
10018 (c/n 5062, 191st AHC) crashed in South Vietnam Aug 29, 1967. 6 KIA.
10023 (c/n 5067) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N81518
10026 (c/n 5070) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N795CF.  Noted Mar 2010 stored at Veterans Memorial
Museum, Huntsville, Alabama.
10027 (UH-1H, c/n 5071) registered N7072C Oct 20, 2003.  Registration N711GH
reserved Feb 9, 2009, taken up Mar 3, 2009
10029 (c/n 5073) registered N132AR Aug 15, 2008.  Registration N132AR
cancelled by FAA Dec 15, 2008 on sale to owner in Mexico.  But never
registered in Mexico, registration N132AR restored Mar 12, 2009.
10030 (c/n 5074, UH-1H) on display at Heritage in Flight Museum, Lincoln, IL
10031 (c/n 5075) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N191BP. 
Registration N191BP cancelled by FAA Feb 23, 2009 as "destroyed"
10034 (c/n 5078) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0559 Oct 19, 1995.
Registration N65NH reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Feb 6, 2006.
10035 (c/n 5079) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0485 Sep 26, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10036 (c/n 5080) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N233AC.
Registration N233AC cancelled Feb 12, 2007 as "destroyed"
10041 (c/n 5085, UH-1D) to RAAF as A2-041 Nov 1966.  Renumbered
A2-085 May 1967.
10043 (c/n 5087, 57th Med Det) crashed into mountain at night in SVN Mar 20, 1967. 4 KIA.
10050 (c/n 5094) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0505 Sep 29, 1995.
Registration N615BV reserved Feb 16, 2006, taken up Apr 28, 2006
10054 (c/n 5098) on display Nov 2010 in Estrella Warbird Museum, Pasa Robles, California
10060 (c/n 5104) registered N343WN Jan 1995
10061 (c/n 5105, UH-1H) became N22SD
10065 (c/n 5109) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0402 May 11, 1995
10067 (c/n 5111) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N775AR.  Substantially damaged after ground impact
near Dove Creek, Colorado Jul 16, 2013 during seismic survey operation.  One killed.
10068 (c/n 5112) in storage at Kingston Regional Airport. In 2010 was on static display at National Vietnam
War Museum park, Mineral Wells, TX.
10069 (UH-1H: C/n 5113) with boom from 71-20167 in storage at the 
AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Still there Mar 2005.
10071 (c/n 5115) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0596 Dec 23, 1996
10073 (c/n 5117) in hangar at Ft Rucker used as maintenance trainer.  Noted Mar 8, 2005
in Yano Yall, Fort Rucker, AL.
10074 (c/n 5118) in 2008 was at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
10075 (c/n 5119, UH-1H) became N6743X
10077 (c/n 5121) at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP
10080 (c/n 5124) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0419 May 22, 1995.  To Colombian National Police as PNC-177
10081 (c/n 5125) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N340WN
10083 (c/n 5127) to Air America as Y-14 Apr 1, 1971.  Returned to US Army Jun 30, 1971.  Converted to UH-1H
10085 (c/n 5129) converted to UH-1H.  To NASA as N415NA.  Registration N415YP reserved July 2003, offically allocated Aug 2003.
10087 (c/n 5131) hit by ground fire over South Vietnam and crashed Jun 30, 1967
10088 (c/n 5132) with 281st Assault Helicopter Company, 17th Aviation Group shot down Dec 2, 1966 1 1/2 mi
inside Laos near Vietnam DMZ during attempted Special Forces team extraction  All 5 onboard KIA.
10089 (c/n 5133, 227th Avn, C Co) during takeoff the skids caught on a cargo net, rolled and crashed on its left 
side in South Vietnam May 26, 1967. All 6 killed.
10090 (c/n 5134) at Port Arthur, EX Oct 2007
10091 (c/n 5135) UH-1H) restored and now with Texas Air Command Museum. 
Became N565TX before going to the museum.  Donated to Smithsonian
Institution, and will be displayed in Museum of American History.
10094 (c/n 5138) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N425CC
10096 (c/n 5140). Became N126PT, which registration was cancelled by FAA 
Jul 16, 2003 on sale to Haitian Government
10101 (c/n 5145) to civil registry as N681FD.  Reported destroyed at Chicago, IL
Jun 30, 2006.  Must have been rebuilt since N687FW was reserved for this
c/n Aug 11, 2007, taken up Sep 24, 2007.
10102 (c/n 5146) converted to UH-1H.  to civil registry as N8154G
10104 (c/n 5148) converted to UH-1H.  To NASA as N420NA
10105 (c/n 5149) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0552 Oct 10, 1995.
Registered N651GB Dec 22, 2004
10106 (c/n 5150) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0350 Sep 30, 1988
10108 (c/n 5152) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0364 
10114/10116 (c/n 5158/5160)to RNZAF as NZ3803/NZ3805
10117 (c/n 5161) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0547 Oct 6, 1995.  Registration
N651CH reserved Jun 28, 2005, taken up Aug 17, 2005.  Registratin N651CH
cancelled Mar 6, 2008 on sale to owner in Mexico.
10118 (c/n 5162, UH-1H). Was N647F; registration cancelled 2/6/03 on sale 
to owner in Chile.  Chilean identy is CC-CBB, issued Jun 11, 2003.
10120 (c/n 5164, UH-1H) to Philippine AF.  Crashed Feb 21, 1999
10123 (c/n 5167, 45th Med) crashed at night in bad weather in SVN Oct 29, 1967. 4 KIA.
10125 (c/n 5169) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry s N9424X
10126 (c/n 5170) noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, BA
10129 to Bosnia-Hertzegovina AF as VF-1818, then A-2623
10130 (c/n 5174) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N341WN
10131 (c/n 5175) converted to UH-1H.  To AMARC as XA0518 Oct 2, 1995.  Went to Colombian AF for spares recovery
10132 (c/n 5176) being restored to be displayed as HSL at Patriots Point
Naval and Maritime Museum, Charlestown, SC.
10133 (c/n 5177) converted to UH-1H.  To civil registry as N192BP
10135 (c/n 5179, UH-1H) w/o Sept 1990.
68-8283 ... 68-8286
Sikorsky HH-53C
c/n 65-130/133 or 65-146/149 (not sure which of these c/ns are correct)
8283 (3rd ARRG, 40th ARRS) shot down by ground fire 1 mi S of Ban Tang, Savannakhet Province, Laos Jun 30, 1970.
All 5 onboard killed.
8284 converted to MH-53M.  Retired Sep 26, 2008 from service with 20th SOS and
arrived by C-17 at RAF Brize Norton, UK Oct 28, 2008.  Moved from Brize Norton
to RAF Cosford Dec 17, 2008 by RAF Globemaster ZZ176 for eventual display
at RAF Museum Cold War Hall.  By 2009 was on display there.  Moved to storage at USAF Museum in 2011.
In 2013 was back on display at RAF Museum, Cosford
8285 (3rd ARRG, 40th ARRS) hit by ground fire while hovering and crashed while attempting to revover AQM-34B
drone in Laos.  Crew all survived and were rescued by Air America helicopter.  Helo was destroyed
by US to prevent capture.			
8286 converted to MH-53M.  Damaged in Afghanistan Mar 18, 2002.  AFM 1/2006
70-15050 ... 70-15649
Bell OH-58A Kiowa
c/n 40601/41200
15053,15055,15061,15066,15070,15072,15072,
15083,15086,15087,15093,15096,15098,15126,
15127,15131,15145,15150,15153,15154,15167,15172,
15175/15178,15183,15188,15192,15199,15200,15212,
15225,15226,15245,15279,15280,15285,15300,15301,
15322,15332,15347,15349,15356,15365,15369,15376,
15397,15403,15408,15409,15412/15414,15434,15443,
15447,15449,15452,15460,15473,15474,15477,15480,
15482,15492,15493,15495,15500,15508,15511/15513,
15532,15550,15551,15561,15563,15586,15588,15596,
15608,15622,15625 converted to OH-58C(RG).
15074,15079,15090/15092,15097,15129,15133,
15135/15138,15140,15159,15161,15162,15166,15170,
15193,15195,15204,15208,15215,15141,15249,15251,
15254,15287,15290,15302,15307,15311,15316,15318,
15325,15339,15345,15353,15363,15364,15374,15377,
15381,15387,15388,15390,15398,15416,15417,15432,
15436,15459,15462,15481,15485,15487,15488,15494,
15497,15510,15515,15520,15543,15579,15585,15592,
15603,15609,15619,15621,15633,15634,15639,15647 to OH-58C(FG)
15129,15230,15244,15278,15310,15411,15553 to GOH-58A
15588,15647 to GOH-58C
15101,15297,15613 to JOH-58A
15051,15054,15065,15068,15071,15084,15089,15102,
15103,15111,15141,15144,15156,15160,15184,15185,
15197,15206,15214,15218,15222,15229,15232,15240,
15262,15266,15270,15282,15284,15294,15296,
15313/15315,15317,15320,15321,15323,15328,15330,
15333,15340,15341,15343,15344,15348,15352,15359,
15360,15368,15371,15373,15378,15380,15385,15389,
15393,15396,15400,15401,15407,15428/15431,15435,
15461,15467,15468,15476,15479,15483,15486,15490,
15504,15542,15546,15548,15552,15557,15575/15577,
15580,15591,15596,15597,15614,15617,15623,15628,
15640,15641,15648 remanufactured to OH-58D
15051 rebuilt as OH-58D 83-24135.
15052 (c/n 40603) registered N704MP Nov 8, 2005
15053 (c/n 40604) in scrapyard at Wampsville/Oneida, NY May 2001.
15054 rebuilt as OH-58D 86-8911.
15055 (c/n 40606) registration N153GF reserved Sep 25, 2007, taken up
Jan 11, 2008.  Reported destroyed at Quitman, AR Nov 26, 2008
15057 (OH-58C) rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-00942
15058 to civil registry as N154GP with Gary Police Dept, IN from Oct 1996
15064 (c/n 40615) in thunderstorm collided midair with UH-1H over Fort Hood, TX Apr 24, 1973. 3 killed.
15065 rebuilt as OH-58D 86-8924
15066 (c/n 40617) w/o 4/2/1989.
15067 (c/n 40618) crashed at Fort Hood, TX Mar 25, 1971. 2 killed, 1 injured.
15068 (c/n 40619) rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 91-0566
15070 (c/n 40621, OH-58C(RG), 101st Avn) crashed in ravine near Golden Pond, KY Dec 16, 1993. 2 killed.
15071 (c/n 40622) rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 92-0585.
15073 (c/n 40624) to civil registry as N160SP Apr 1996. Sold to owner in Mexico Mar 1997
15074 (c/n 40625, OH-58C) to civil registry as N130PD Jun 1995
15079 (c/n 40630) to civil registry as N719SD, re-registered as N179NS Mar 2002.
15080 (c/n 40631) w/o Nov 15, 1985.
15081 (c/n 40632) to civil registry as N230BS, then to N916SP Jun 1996
15084 (c/n 40635) rebuilt to OH-58D 90-0381.
15087 (c/n 40638) registration N912LP reserved Jul 24, 2007, taken up
Feb 13, 2008.
15088 (c/n 40639) at Clover Park Technical College, WA Jul 2006
15089 (c/n 40640) rebuilt to OH-58D 86-8934
15090 (c/n 40641) noted Mar 2002 in disposal yard at Fort Rucker.
15092 (c/n 40643) to civil registry as ZK-IMJ Jun 1995. To VH-DOA Dec 1998.  Is flying in Australia as VH-DOA.
15094 (c/n 40645) currently N47CC, registration N631TC reserved 
Nov 16, 2006, taken up Dec 28, 2006.
15097 (c/n 40658, OH-58C) to civil registry as N258GS, then N232GS Jun 1996.
15099 (c/n 40650) was on civil registry as N233GC, registration N233FW reserved Feb 14,2005, 
taken up May 2, 2005
15100 (c/n 40651) to civil registry as N304HP May 1995
15102 (c/n 40653) rebuilt to OH-58D 83-24138
15103 (c/n 40654) rebuilt to OH-58D 83-24139
15104 (c/n 40655) w/o Jun 27, 1991
15106 (c/n 40657) to civil registry as N169SA.
15107 (c/n 40658) to civil registry as N487BC Mar 1995.
15108 (c/n 40659, 4th Avn) crashed into Lake Starnberg, Germany Jun 14, 1988. 1 killed, 1 injured.
15111 (c/n 40662) rebuilt to OH-58D 83-24143.
15112 (c/n 40663) crashed December 20, 1993
15113 (c/n 40664) registration N5956Z reserved Apr 30, 1997, cancelled Nov 14, 2005
15114 (c/n 40665) registration N8102U reserved Jul 30, 2004
15123 (c/n 40674) to civil registry as N911RN Apr 1998. Forcelanded due engine failure and destroyed at La Puente, 
CA Nov 6, 1999. Pilot received minor injuries
15125 (c/n 40676) to N9116C Dec 2001.
15128 (c/n 40679) to civil registry as N527SP Nov 1995. To N128NS Oct 2004.
15129 (c/n 40680, OH-58C) to civil registry as N513PD Sep 1998
15130 (c/n 40681) to civil registry as N321LC, then to N48LA. N216CP reserved Apr 2002, but not taken up.
15131 I saw OH-58C 15131 at Freedom Flight in Aurora, Ill on 8-5-95
15132 (c/n 40683). Became N454MC. April 2004 issue of 'Air 
Forces Monthly' reports it gone to Dominican Army as EN-1905.
N454MC cancelled Nov 24, 2004.  Dominican serial EN-1905 confirmed.
15135 (c/n 40686, OH-58C) to civil registry as N460MC. Sold to owner in Mexico Oct 1998.
15136 (c/n 40687, OH-58C) to civil registry as N196PD
15137 (c/n 40688, OH-58C) to civil registry as N582C Jun 1996. To N137NS; reregistered N394CA Oct 10, 2003.
15141 (c/n 40692) rebuilt to OH-58D 85-24715.
15142 (c/n 40693) to civil registry as N906SD Mar 1997
15143 (c/n 40694) preserved at Silver Bell AHP, AZ Jan 2008
15144 (c/n 40695) rebuilt to OH-58D 85-24720.
15146 (c/n 40697) w/o Sep 28, 1971
15148 (c/n 40699) registered N215SC Nov 10, 2004
15149 (c/n 40700) became N149SD.  Registration cancelled Aug 10, 2006 as 
hit ground on landing at Newark, TX Sep 17, 1997.
15153 (c/n 40704, C Company 1-212th) w/o in Class B accident Apr 7, 1999.  Declared a write-off.
15154 (c/n 40705) converted to OH-58C(R).  Noted Jul 2002 at Royal Military College of Science,
Shrivenham, England.
15156 (c/n 40707) rebuilt as OH-58D 90-0349.
15159 (OH-58C, c/n 40710) from N911AN to N659HA Dec 2001.
15162 (c/n 40713, OH-58C) to civil registry as N106CS Aug 1995
15163 (c/n 40714) w/o May 28, 1991
15166 (c/n 40717) to civil registry as N107CS.  Damaged in crash at Punta Gorda, FL Apr 8, 2002.
Registration N107CS cancelled by FAA Sep 19, 2003 as 'destroyed' following 
accident at Punta Gorda.  Registration N107CS restored Feb 6, 2007.
15168 (c/n 40719) w/o May 21, 1971
15170 (c/n 40721, OH-58C) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
15171 (c/n 40722) to civil registry as N280MP Sep 1996.
15172 (c/n 40723, OH-58C) to Iraqi AF
15173 (c/n 40724) to civil registry as N46DE Mar 1996
15174 (c/n 40725) to civil registry as N911AH Jul 1996
15177 (c/n 40728) to Iraqi AF Apr 25, 2008.
15183 (c/n 40734) damaged at Cairns AAF, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 6, 2001 by contractor whose tow truck
rammed it while towing it back out after tropical storm Barry.  Registration
N510CP eserved Sep 18, 2007.
15184 (c/n 40735) rebuilt as OH-58D 89-0090.
15185 (c/n 40736) rebuilt as OH-58D 89-0091.
15186 (c/n 40737) registration N8102L reserved Jul 30, 2004
15190 (c/n 40741) to civil registry as N488BC Mar 1995.
15193 (c/n 40744, OH-58C) to civil registry as N131PD Jun 1995.
15197 (c/n 40748) rebuilt to OH-58D 87-0758.
15198 (c/n 40749) to civil registry as N6021V, used by Maryland Natural
Resources Police.
15206 (c/n 40757) rebuilt to OH-58D 89-0092
15207 (c/n 40758) registered N80558 Jun 16, 2004
15208 (c/n 40759, OH-58C) to civil registry N381WC Sep 1995
15212 (c/n 40763) registration N911GV reserved Jan 17, 2007, taken
up Feb 16, 2007.
15214 (c/n 40765) rebuilt as OH-58D 90-0359.
15215 (c/n 40766). Became N32926; to Dominican Navy as MdeG0301 October 2003
15218 (c/n 40769) rebuilt as OH-58D 89-0093.
15222 (c/n 40773) rebuilt as OH-58D 87-0731.
15223 (c/n 40774) to civil registry as N144HP.  N238FW taken up Sep 2002.
15229 (c/n 40780) rebuilt to OH-58D 89-0094.
15232 (c/n 40783) rebuilt as OH-58D 83-24141.
15236 (c/n 40787) served some time on loan to Australia in Vietnam.
15237 (c/n 40788) leased to Australian Army, 161 Flight during 1971 in Vietnam.  Returned in 1972.
15238 (c/n 40789) leased to Australian Army, 161 Flight during 1971 in Vietnam.  Returned in 1972. W/o Mar 29, 1988.
15239 (c/n 40790) leased to Australian Army, 161 Flight during 1971 in Vietnam.  Returned in 1972.
15240 (c/n 40791) leased to Australian Army, 161 Flight during 1971 in Vietnam.  Returned in 1972. Rebuilt to OH-58D 89-00109.
15241 (c/n 40792) leased to Australian Army, 161 Flight during 1971 in Vietnam.  Returned in 1972. Converted to OH-58C.
15242 (c/n 40793) leased to Australian Army, 161 Flight during 1971 in Vietnam.  Returned in 1972. To civil registry as N807CP May 1996.
15243 (c/n 40794) leased to Australian Army, 161 Flight during 1971 in Vietnam.  Must not have been returned.
Registered N243KP Nov 2002
15245 (c/n 40796). Stored at Wampsville, NY; was apparently previously stored at Fort Drum
15247 (c/n 40798) to civil registry as N159SA Jun 1996.
15253 (c/n 40804) to civil registry as N504SN
15254 (c/n 40805) to civil registry as N581C, re-registered N920EC Mar 2002.
15256 (c/n 40807) to civil registry as N114RD.
15258 (c/n 40809) to N9113T Dec 2001.  Noted at March Field Museum, Riverside, CA Fall 2003
Registration N58WR reserved Aug 3, 2006, taken up Aug 2, 2006
15261 (c/n 40812) to civil registry as N100DE Sep 1997.
15262 (c/n 40813) rebuilt to OH-58D 86-8936
15266 (c/n 40817) rebuilt to OH-58D 90-0371.
15270 (c/n 40821) rebuilt to OH-58D 87-0733
15273 (c/n 40824) suffered Class B damage Jul 9, 2003 when engine failure forced autorotation.
15276 (c/n 40827) as instructional airframe at Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee May 2010.
15279 (c/n 40830) registration N79PD reserved Sep 18, 2006, taken up Nov 2, 2006
15282 (c/n 40833) rebuilt to OH-58D 85-24714
15283 (c/n 40834) to civil registration as N911AK, registraation N199BD
reserved Aug 8, 2008, taken up Sep 5, 2008
15284 (c/n 40835) rebuilt to OH-58D 87-0745.
15286 (c/n 40837) to civil registry as N160SA Jun 1996. Rolled over on takeoff at Wetumpka, AL Sep 3, 1996. No injuries.
15287 (c/n 40838, OH-58C) to civil registry as N258LE Jun 1996. Registration cancelled as "destroyed" Aug 1998.
15288 (c/n 40839) to civil registry as N43TV Feb 1997. To N288NS Mar 1999
15292 (c/n 40843) to civil registry as N288MP Sep 1996
15294 (c/n 40845) rebuilt to OH-58D 89-0099
15296 (c/n 40847) rebuilt to OH-58D(R) 91-0569.
15301 (c/n 40852) damaged at Cairns AAF, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 6, 2001 by by contractor whose tow truck
rammed it while towing it back out after tropical storm Barry.
15302 (c/n 40853) to civil registry as N67PD, registration N99SN assigned Apr 2002.
15304 (c/n 40855) to civil registry as N250CP Feb 1997.
15306 (c/n 40857) to civil registry N309HP, reregistered N317HP May 1995
15307 (c/n 40858, OH-58C(FG)) collided midair with OH-58A 68-16985 and crashed at Fort Irwin, CA Nov 11, 1985. 2 injured.
15308 (c/n 40859) rebuilt to OH-58D 88-0309
15311 (c/n 40862, OH-58C(FG), C Co/1-24th Avn) crashed Oct 2, 1990.  No injuries.
15312 (c/n 40863) to civil registry as N557CP
15316 (c/n 40867) became N1851X; registration cancelled Feb 18, 2003 
as aircraft sold to Mexican owner as XB-IGR
15318 (c/n 40869 to US civil registry as N4092F
15324 (c/n 40875) registration N173SA reserved Jul 12, 2005, taken up Aug 5, 2005.
15325 (c/n 40876) became N151ES, registration cancelled by FAA
Jan 31, 2005 as w/o at Lakeland, FL Feb 2, 1999
15326 (c/n 40877, 501st Avn)  crashed into hillside W of Evant, TX Jan 25, 1994. 2 killed.
15327 (c/n 40878) to civil registry as N31800, then on civil registry as N911BA with Marion County Sheriff's 
Department, Ocala, Florida
15332 (c/n 40883) with Brown Helicopters, Pensacola Ferguson Airport, FL in 2008.
15337 (c/n 40888) currently N912CC, registration N4NJ reserved Oct 16, 2006, taken
up Oct 10, 2007
15340 (c/n 40891) rebuilt as OH-58D 87-0744
15342 (c/n 40893) to civil registry as N510TW
15345 (c/n 40896) became N91335, which registration was cancelled by FAA Jun 11, 2003 as 
'written off Apr 12, 2001 at Panama City Beach, FL'
15350 (c/n 40901) w/o Aug 26, 1987
15357 (c/n 40908) to civil registry as N151PZD
15358 (c/n 40909) reported Dec 4, 2007 preserved at Wheeler AAF, Wahiawa, HI
15367 (c/n 40918) with Virginia ANG badly damaged in heavy landing Sep 23, 2009 near Wyethville, Virginia.  Pilot
uninjured.
15370 (c/n 49021) to civil registry as N240SP
15372 (c/n 40923) was N580MP, reregisted N372NS Nov 4, 2003
15383 (c/n 40934) to civil registry as N558CP.  Seen in scrapyard at Wampsville/Oneida, NY May 2001
15384 (c/n 40935) to civil registry as N303HP
15395 (c/n 40946) to civil registry as N581MP
15397 (c/n 40948, 3rd Inf Div) crashed into wire and crashed 1 mi from Effeldorf, Germany Nov 30, 1989. 1 killed, 1 injured.
15399 (c/n 40950) to civil registry as N8814P but NTU.  Later to civil registry as N8107N
15402 (c/n 40953) to civil registry as N145HP, N239FW reserved May 2002.
15405 (c/n 40956) noted withdrawn from use at Cairns AAF Mar 2002.
15406 (c/n 40957) became N902SF.  Reported destroyed at Brawley, CA
Jan 30, 2008.
15409 (c/n 40960, C Company 1-212th AVN) crashed at Opp, AL, near Ft. Rucker Nov 12, 1999
15410 (c/n 40961) to civil registry as N134SD
15418 (c/n 40969) tail boom separated and crashed at Fort Rucker, AL Aug 12, 1971. 2 killed.
15420 (c/n 40971, 123rd Avn) collidied with an AH-1E 78-23056 and crashed 1,5 mi SW of Fritzche, CA Feb 1, 1989. 
1 killed, 3 injured.
15421 (c/n 40972) to civil registry as N135SD
15422 (c/n 40973) was N174SC, reregistered N176SC Jan 9, 2007.
15423 (c/n 40974) now N244LC with Limestone County Sherrifs Office.
15424 (c/n 40975, GOH-58A) noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker, AL.  Seen at Pinal Airport, AZ Jan 2008
15425 (c/n 40976, GOH-58A) noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker, AL.  Seen at Pinal Airport, AZ Jan 2008
15426 (c/n 40977) on display at Jackson Barracs Military Museum, New Orleans, LA.
15433 (c/n 40984) to civil registry as N282MP
15434 (c/n 40985) registered N206HM Jan 2007.
15436 (OH-58C c/n 40987) to civilian registry as N436SD.
15437 (c/n 40988) to civil registry as N154SA with Alabama Department of Public Safety, Montgomery
15438 (c/n 40989) to civil registry as N51741
15439 (c/n 40990) crashed Apr 13, 1993.
15441 (c/n 40992) in use at C-17 Cargo Compartment Trainer at Altus AFB, Oklahoma in Jan 2009.
15442 (c/n 40993) to civil registry as N397E
15443 (c/n 40994) struck wires and crashed 5 mi E of Abeline, KS May 20, 1992. 1 killed, 1 injured.
15444 (c/n 40995) to civil registry as N6251G
15447 (c/n 40998, A Company 1-212th AVN) w/o Jul 30, 1997.  Aircraft noted November 1999 dumped 
near Knox AHP, Al.  Wreck in storage compound off Engineer Road, Fort Rucker,
AL; still there March 2001
15448 (c/n 40999) became N38FA.  Registration cancelled Jan 5, 1005 as w/o at 
Calipatria, CA Apr 4, 2003.  N38FA reserved again May 20, 2008, taken
up Jul 14, 2008
15452 (c/n 41003) registration N67LE reserved Jan 30, 2007, taken up Apr 5, 2007
15453 (c/n 41004) to civil registry as N65268
15458 (c/n 41009) to civil registry as N58GD
15462 (c/n 41013) to civil registry as N515LC
15463 (c/n 41014) to civil registry as N270SP
15464 (c/n 41015) was N9218X, registration N480FT reserved Oct 3, 2007, taken up Mar 24, 2008
15469 (c/n 41020) at Ft worth JRB, TX
15470 (c/n 41021) to civil registry as N4092N
15473 (c/n 41024, National Training Center Operations Group Flight Detachment) w/o Aug 15, 2000.
Destroyed after entering an uncontrolled descent while circling.  Crew suffered
only minor injuries.
15484 (c/n 41035) registration N338FC allocated Jul 1, 2004
15485 (c/n 41036) to civil registry as N104MC
15487 (c/n 41038) noted Mar 2002 in disposal yard at Fort Rucker
15494 (c/n 41045) to civil registry as N913HP.
15497 (c/n 41048) at Clover Park Technical College, WA Jul 2006
15502 (c/n 41053) crashed near Fort Rucker, AL Dec 9, 1986. 2 killed.
15512 (c/n 41063) registered N363CC Oct 16, 2006.  Registered N926SP Jun 25, 2009
15519 (c/n 41070) noted Sep 2003 in wrecked condition outside Flying Tigers Warbird Museum, Kissimmee, FL.
15528 (c/n 41079, 228th Avn) while flying in thunderstorm crashed into mountain in Panama Feb 21, 1990. 2 killed.
15529 (c/n 41080) became N582MP, then N175SJ.  Reported substantially damaged at Arvin, CA
Apr 30, 2009
15530 (c/n 41081, A Coy/1-134th Avn) made emergency landing near Douglas, Az Sep 21, 2006
after hitting power lines.  Landed hard, caught fire, and burned out.  Two crew
escaped with minor injuries.
15531 (c/n 41082) temporarily used by US Navy.  Crashed Jan 20, 1984. 
15532 (c/n 41083) crashed Feb 5, 1997 in Colorado
15536 (c/n 41087, OH-58A) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
15545 (c/n 41096). Became N6013J, which registration was 
cancelled Apr 28, 2003 as 'sold in Canada'.  Registered Aug 6, 2003 to G. Warnet of 
Blainville, QC as C-GMMW.
15549 (c/n 41100) to civil registry as N628BC
15554 (c/n 41105) to civil registry as N583MP, then N654HA.
15555 (c/n 41106) to civil registry as N585MP, then N655HA
15556 (c/n 41107) to civil registry as N586MP
15559 (c/n 41110) to civil registry as N912AU
15560 (c/n 41111, 159th Avn) crashed in heavy fog near Nabern, Germany Apr 5, 1988. 2 killed.
15564 (c/n 41115) to civil registry as N904SP
15565 (c/n 41116) to civil registry as N905SP
15567 (c/n 41118) to civil registry as N153PD
15568 (c/n 41119) to civil registry as N770AR
15573 (c/n 41124) to civil registry as N8114G
15578 (c/n 41129, Det 3 CA ArNG RAID) damaged Jul 29, 2002
15584 (c/n 41135) to civil registry as N40TN
15587 (c/n 41138) to civil registry as N163HP
15589 (c/n 41140) to civil registry as N211BC
15593 (c/n 41144) registered N593NS Jul 13, 2007.
15595 (c/n 41146) to civil registry as N1032F
15600 (c/n 41151) w/o Dec 19, 1991.
15602 (c/n 41153, OH-58A) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
15604 (c/n 41155, OH-58A+) was N315HP, registration cancelled by FAA
Oct 7, 2008 as "destroyed"
15605 (c/n 41156) to N903SF
15606 (c/n 41157) to N6179N
15607 (c/n 41158) to N402SP
15608 (c/n 41159) to go on display with 10th Mountain Avn Brigade
15610 (c/n 41161). Became N34CL, which registration was cancelled by 
FAA Jul 15, 2003 as 'destroyed'
15611 (c/n 41162) to N12045 but NTU.
15613 (c/n 41164) to N311JP
15615 (c/n 41166) civilianized as N550CM, then N91HP and then N91EC
15618 (c/n 41169) to N502MC
15620 (c/n 41171) to N167AC
15621 (c/n 41172) to N82857
15624 (c/n 41175, A Coy 1-2 Avn) w/o Mar 15, 1990.
15630 (c/n 41181) registration N925WJ Oct 2002.  Registration N785NM reserved Aug 24, 2006,
taken up Sep 1, 2006
15633 (c/n 41184) to civil registry as N602WC.	
15634 (c/n 41185) to XB-GKT
15637 (c/n 41188, OH-58A) to civil registry as N921MC, N58EA reserved Jul 2002.
Reregistred Oct 2002 N58EA.  Registration N637RA reserved Sep 2, 2004, taken
up Oct 6, 2004.
15642 seen at Idaho Motor Pool ex 3I 84, Bruitland, ID
15643 (c/n 41194) to N178SA
15645 (c/n 41196) to N155GP
15647 (c/n 41198) noted in fire training compound at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.  Seen in Mansfield, TX scrap yard in 2011.
15649 (c/n 41120) to N305SD
70-15936 ... 70-16105
Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
c/n 20880/21049
15953,15963,15967,16001,16032 to TAH-1F.
All later converted to AH-1F.
15936/15946,15948,15949,15956,15957,15962,
15964/15966/15968,15973/15979,15981/15985,
15987,15899,15997,15998,16000,16004/16007,
16009,16010,16013,16017/16019,16021/16026,
16028,16029,16031,16035,16038/16042,16044,
16046/16047,16050/16052,16055/16067,16069/16078,
16089/16090,16092/16101,16103/11605 converted
to AH-1S.
16066 to JAH-1S.
15979 to NAH-1S.
16019 to YAH-1S.
15947,15950/15954,15958,15959,15961,15963,
15967,15969/15971,15980,15986,15989/15991,
15993/15996,15999,16001,16003,16011,16012,
16016,16020,16032/16034,16043,16045,16048,
16053,16054,16091 converted to AH-1F.
A total of 93 AH-1Gs were converted to
AH-1Q prior to further upgrade to AH-1S.
15936 (c/n 20880) to YAH-1R, then to AH-1S.  Reported preserved at Fort Polk, LA
15942 (c/n 20886) was instructional airframe at US Army, Stockbridge, MI.
Registered N942HF May 17, 2006.  Stored at Tara Field, GA Jan 2008
15947 (c/n 20891, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001, awaiting
shipment overseas.
15948 (c/n 20892) at Veterans Memorial, Cabott, WI 
15952 (AH-1F, c/n 20896) noted withdrawn from use May 18, 2001.
15954 (AH-1F, c/n 20898) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY, May 21, 2001.
15956 (c/n 20900, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  Now on USS Intrepid in NYC.		
15958 (AH-1F, c/n 20902) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap,
Muir AAF, PA May 24, 2001.
15961 (c/n 20905, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001			
15964 (c/n 20908) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0580 Aug 20, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
15966 seen at Hammer Field Armory Complex, Yosemite IAP, CA Aug 2007
15969 at Fort Indiantown Gap, Muir AAF, PA Oct 2007.
15971 (c/n 20915, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
15979 to NASA as 736
15981 (c/n 20925) noted May 2006 on display at Connecticut Historical Aviation
Collection (New England Air Museum), Windsor Locks, CT			
15984 (c/n 20928, AH-1S) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001		
15985 (c/n 20929) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
15986 (c/n 20930) on display at war memorial park in Waterbury, CT.
15987 (c/n 20931) seen At Stockton Metro. Airport, CA Feb 2008.	
15988 (AH-1S, c/n 20932) in scrapyard at Wampsville/Oneida, NY May 2001.
15990 (c/n 20934) airfreighted to RAF Lyneham Sep 27,2002.  Now at
Museum of Army Flying at Middle Wallop, England.  
15991 (c/n 20935, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001			
15993 (AH-1F, c/n 20937) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
Has left Fort Drum and was preserved at Kenosha Military
Museum, Kenosha, WI.  This museum was disbanded in 2006 and the
helicopter was moved to Russell, IL Military Museum.		
15994 (c/n 20938, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001			
15997 (c/n 20941) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0449 Aug 25, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
15999 (c/n 20943, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001	
16000 (c/n 20944) on display at Volk Field, WI		
16001 (c/n 20945, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  Seen at Donalsnville, GA Sep 2007			
16012 (c/n 20956, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001			
16016 (c/n 20960, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.  
16017 (c/n 20961) in use at C-17 Cargo Compartment Trainer at Altus AFB, Oklahoma in Jan 2009.			
16019 (c/n 20963, AH-1S) was modified to YAH-1S ca 1974 and was Bell's demo at Farnborough
Sep 1980. built as a G - converted to a Q - converted to YAH-1S - converted to Bell 249 four-blade 
demonstrator (also Cobra 2000, Cobra ASH, PAH-II depending on who it was being offered to) 
Then became 249/ARTI in support of LHX. Returned to the Army as an S.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001			
16021 (c/n 20965) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0427 Jun 29, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
16026 (c/n 20970) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0570 Aug 20, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
16034 (c/n 20978, AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
16038 (c/n 20982, AH-1S) at Fall River, MA Apr 2007.			
16043 (AH-1F, C/n 20987) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
Has left Fort Drum and is now preserved at Clark, NJ.	
16045 in Washington, Illinois in Washington Park at the veteran's memorial.
16050 (c/n 20994) at Fayettevile Air Museum, AK
16053 (AH-1F: c/n 20997). Preserved at Crump, TN; was apparently 
previously stored at Fort Drum 
16056 (c/n 21000, TH-1S) moved to VFW Post 6986, Onondaga, MI Nov 1, 2003 
for outside static display.
16058 (c/n 21002) is presumably the aircraft (quoted as a Bell 210) for
which registration N210MA was reserved Oct 18, 2007.
16060 (AH-1S, c/n 21004) noted Oct 2003 preserved at Kansas ANG facility, Forbes Field,
Topeka, KS.
16061 (AH-1S: C/n 21005). Noted earlier this year at Iowa Aviation 
Museum, Greenfield, OH	
16071 (c/n 21015, AH-1S) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
16072 at Fort Rucker, AL
16084 (c/n 21028) on display at MAPS Air Museum, Akron, Ohio.
16086 (c/n 21030) since 1995 on display in Air and Military Museum of the Ozarks.	
16088 (c/n 21032) noted Mar 10, 2004 as GAH-1S ground instructional 
airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Reported Jun 2008 at Cold War Air
Museum, Lancaster, TX
16090 (c/n 21024) at Ft Campbell, KY
16096 (c/n 21040) on display at Chester Tuttle VFW hall, Auburn, MS.		
16097 (c/n 21041) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0576 Jul 22, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
16099 (c/n 21043) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0575 Jul 22, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
16105 (c/n 21049) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0572 Jul 22, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
71-20340 ... 71-20865
Bell OH-58A Kiowa
c/n 41201/41726
20340 (c/n 41201) to N912PC Aug 1995
20341 (c/n 41202) currently N911BN, registration N653HA reserved May 18, 2005
20342 (c/n 41203) converted to OH-58D 86-8923.
20344 (c/n 41205) to N995SD Feb 26, 1997.
20347 (c/n 41208) converted to OH-58D 91-0536
20348 (c/n 41209) converted to OH-58D 87-0728
20349 (c/n 41210) noted Mar 8, 2005 preserved at gate to Shell AHP, Fort
Rucker, AL
20351 (c/n 41212, A Coy/1-114th Avn) rashed 4 mi NE of Green Forrest, Caroll
County, Arkansas Aug 9, 2006 while assisting state police with counter-
narcotics operations.  Both occupants injured.  AFM 10/2006
20352 (c/n 41213) to N149KY Apr 29, 1999
20354 converted to OH-58C. To civil registry as N122BX Jun 1995.  Then to N354NS Aug 17, 2004.
20355 (c/n 41216) w/o Mar 28, 1990
20356 (c/n 41217) converted to OH-58C. To Henry County Sheriffs Dept as N911PT May 1996, then registered to Blair Helicopter 
Services, Inc as N911PT.  While conducting agricultural spray operation and experienced a flight control anomaly
Impacted terrain near Riverdale, California January 8, 2013, with one serious injury
& substantial damage to the forward portion of the fuselage and tailboom assembly
20358 (c/n 41219) became N5092K with Cedar Rapids, IA police force.  Reported
to be up for auction.
20360 (c/n 41221) noted at Gulfport/Biloxi RAP, MS Aug 20, 2003, apparently for scrapping
20362 (c/n 41223) converted to OH-58C. To civil registry as N58EA May 1996.  Then to N444JB Oct 28, 1997.
20363 (c/n 41224) to Montana Highway Patrol as N152HP May 9, 1996.
20366 (c/n 41227) registered N258RC Jun 16, 2004
20367 (c/n 41228) allocated civil regiatration N993YC
20368 (c/n 41229) converted to OH-58D 88-0311.
20373 (c/n 41234) converted to OH-58D 85-24704
20374 (c/n 41235) to N915PC Dec 5, 1996
20376 (c/n 41237) converted to OH-58C.  To North Carolina Dept of Fish and Wildlife in 1995.  TO US Navy as 710376
May 1997.
20379 (c/n 41240) converted to OH-58D 86-8925.
20380 (c/n 41241) converted to OH-58D 87-0760.
20382 (c/n 41243) converted to OH-58D 89-0101
20383 (c/n 41244) registration N911YP reserved Mar 5, 1995,
taken up Apr 13, 2005.  On Apr 18, 2005, registration 
N912YC was reserved, taken up Mar 27, 2006
20384 (c/n 41245) converted to OH-58C. To Orange County Sheriff's Office as N384CS Jun 5, 1996.
20385 (c/n 41246) converted to OH-58D 87-0732.
20386 (c/n 41247) converted to OH-58C. To civil registry as N911HT.
20387 (c/n 41248) to Henry County Sheriff's Department as N901TN Feb 1997.
20388 (c/n 41249) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001	
20389 (c/n 41250) registration N4206Z reserved Nov 19, 2004,
taken up Dec 14, 2004.  With Cedar Rapids, Iowa police department.
Reported to be up for auction.
20390 (c/n 41251) became N213FL with Florida Department of Law
Enforcement.  Registration N911SL reserved Dec 16, 2008,
taken up Jan 5, 2009.
20391 (c/n 41252) to Missouri State Highway Patrol as N60MP Sep 5, 1996.
20394 was N42TN, registration N24TF reserved Jan 16, 2008
20396 (c/n 41257) owned by T&M Aviation, Inc of Youngsville, LA as N139RD and used for agricultural
and pest control spraying
20400 (c/n 41261) converted to OH-58D as 91-0554
20401 (c/n 41262) became N212FL with Florida Department of
Law Enforcement 	
20403 (c/n 41264) to N941SC
20406 (c/n 41267) converted to OH-58D 91-00539
20407 (c/n 41268) converted to OH-58D 91-00547.
20409 (c/n 41270) converted to OH-58D 89-00086.
20412 (c/n 41273) to N401SP
20413 (c/n 41274) converted to OH-58D 88-00296.
20417 (c/n 41278) to N906SP Jul 1996
20419 (c/n 41280) to N911JP with Polk County Sheriffs Office from May 1997.
20424 (c/n 41285) to N63261 with Pinellas County Sheriffs Office from Jul 1998.
20425 (c/n 41286) converted to OH-58D 85-24718	
20427 (c/n 41288, OH-58C) crashed Oct 19, 1993.
20428 (c/n 41289) to N9287U as a crop duster
20429 (c/n 41290) allocated civil registration N340SP, then N301HA.  
Sold to Chile as CC-CID, registeed Sep 24, 2007 to T. S. Brock
as CC-PYD
20431 (c/n 41292) converted to OH-58D 88-00320.
20435 (c/n 41296) became N16JD.  Reported damaged at Muddy Gap Junction, 
WY May 30, 2006.  Reported Jan 2008 as N197PD with Colorado
Springs Police Department but grounded due to budget
cuts and up for disposal.
20436 (c/n 41297) converted to OH-58D 86-08916
20437 (c/n 41298) converted to OH-58D 86-08917.
20439 (c/n 41300) converted to 0H-58C.  To N82778 with Bay County Sheriffs Office from May 1995
20440 (c/n 41301) to N144KC.  To civil registry as N916PD Jun 10, 1996.
20444 (c/n 41305, OH-58C) to N325JC with Jackson County Sheriffs Office from Mar 1996.
20449 (c/n 41310) to N911PC Aug 1995.
20453 (c/n 41314) concerted to OH-58D 89-00100.
20454 (c/n 41315) converted to OH-58D 88-00316.
20455 (c/n 41316) reported Feb 2009 to have been used by Omaha Police
Dept, NE as N109PD since Feb 1996
20456 (c/n 41317) believed to be the helicopter noted Mar 15, 2004 at 1108th AVCRAD,
Gulfport-Biloxi RAP, MAS completely painted over for use as a 
travelling exhibit.  Noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort
Rucker, AL.  Seen at Pinal Airport, AZ Jan 2008.
20457 (c/n 41318) converted to OH-58D 88-00299.
20458 (c/n 41319) registered as N154PD
20460 (c/n 41321) registration N460SC reserved Feb 2, 2007, taken up Mar 20, 2007
20462 (c/n 41323). Was N559CP; reregistered N559CR Jul 29, 2003
20464 (c/n 41325) converted to OH-58D 93-00945.
20466 (c/n 41397) to N65150 Feb 1997
20468 (c/n 41329) at Army Aviation Museum at Ft. Rucker Dec 2004.
20472 (c/n 41333) to N155SA Jan 1997
20473 (c/n 41334) to N284SP with Missouri State Highway Patrol from Aug 1996.  To Pasco County Sheriffs 
Office Jan 2009.
20475 (c/n 41336) noted Mar 2010 stored at Veterans Memorial Museum, Huntsville, Alabama
20476 (c/n 41337, OH-58C) to N911PP with Chelan County Sheriffs Office from Jul 1996
20477 (c/n 41338) to N301TD with Omaha Police Department from Apr 1996.  Registration cancelled Apr 2001.
20479 (c/n 41340) to N513LC with Lake County Sheriff Dept from Jul 1996.
20480 (c/n 41341) converted to OH-58D 88-00300.
20481 (c/n 41342) noted in disposal yard at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.
20488 (c/n 41349) w/o May 19, 1995
20489 (c/n 41350) registered N58VW Oct 2002
20490 (c/n 41351) converted to OH-58D 87-00740.
20492 (c/n 41353) to North Carolina Dept of Fish and Wildlife in 1995
20493 (c/n 41354) is N603MP, registration N904DD reserved Nov 19, 2004, taken up
May 20, 2005.  N904DD cancelled Nov 1, 2006 on sale to owner in Canada.
registered Jul 4, 2007 to Quebec, Inc of Blainville, QC as
C-GMWL.
20494 (c/n 41355) converted to OH-58D 91-00563.
20495 (c/n 41356) became N9273T.  Registration cancelled by FAA Jan 5, 2005 as
written off at Beaumont, TX Sep 15, 2004.
20497 (c/n 41358, 11th AHB) w/o Sep 16, 1988.
20500 (c/n 41361) to N9116U Dec 2001
20501 (c/n 41362) to N915SL with St.Lucie County Sheriffs Office Jun 1997.
20503 (c/n 41364) became N173SA, reregistered N211PS Feb 28, 2005
20504 (c/n 41365) became N1851S
20511 (c/n 41372) converted to OH-58D(R) 96-00120.
20512 (c/n 41373) on display at 2nd ACR Museum at Fort Polk, Louisiana in Aug 2003.
20514 (c/n 41375) to N1405
20515 (c/n 41376) to N10LC
20516 (c/n 41377) noted Apr 2004 at Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC
20517 (c/n 41378, OH-58C) to N60MP with Missouri State Highway Patrol Sep 1996.
20518 (c/n 41379) to N799RC Nov 1996
20521 (c/n 41382) to N63086 with Osceola County Sheriffs Office Mar 1997.
20522 (c/n 41383) to N82786 with California Highway Patrol Jun 1995.
20524 (c/n 41385) converted to OH-58D(R) 92-00576.
20525 (c/n 41386) converted to OH-58D(R) 92-00578.
20527 (c/n 41388) registration N1045C reserved Oct 2002, taken up Nov 2002
20529 (c/n 41390) converted to OH-58D 90-00355.
20530 (c/n 41391) registered N2503Q Dec 2002.  Registration cancelled Apr 26, 2004
as 'sold to owner in Mexico'
20532 (c/n 41393) currently N808CP, registration N298CP reserved 
Oct 4, 2006, taken up Jan 31, 2007.
20533 (c/n 41394) Registered N244RP Apr 1, 2003.  Registration cancelled Mar 19, 207
as "hit cars on takeoff, St Augustine, FL Jun 29, 2005.
20535 (c/n 41396) to civil registry as N391LC Apr 1997.
20536 (c/n 41397) to civil registry as N110FC with US Forest Service Sep 1999.
20539 (c/n 41400)  converted to OH-58D 90-00348.
20540 (c/n 41401) to N151HP with Montana Highway Patrol May 1996.
20543 (c/n 41404) converted to OH-58D 87-00747.
20544 (c/n 41405, OH-58C) to civil registry as N1851W.
20551 (c/n 41412) converted to OH-58D 86-08926.
20552 (c/n 41413) converted to OH-58D 87-00759.
20553 (c/n 41414) converted to OH-58D 86-08915.
20554 (c/n 41415) to US Navy Sep 1990. Gone by Sep 1998.
20556 (c/n 41417, OH-58C) sold to owner in Mexico Oct 1996, to XB-KYY
20557 (c/n 41418) converted to OH-58D(I) 91-00537.
20562 (c/n 41423) converted to OH-58D 90-00351.
20563 (c/n 41424) noted in disposal yard at Fort Rucker Mar 2002.
20565 (c/n 41426) reported to have been used for spare parts by Cedar Rapids, IA
police force and to be up for auction.  Has been registered
N581LR
20568 (c/n 41429) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001	
20569 (c/n 41430) to N4092Y with Leon County Sheriffs Dept Jun 1995.
20571 (c/n 41432) in use at C-17 Cargo Compartment Trainer at Altus AFB, Oklahoma in Jan 2009.
20576 (c/n 41437) crashed May 9, 2001.   User at time of loss was NTC Eagle Team.
Aircraft crashed after entering uncontrollable spin, crew was unhurt.	
20577 (c/n 41438) to civil registry as N724RS Oct 1995.
20578 (c/n 41439) is RAID/homeland security aircraft with IN National Guard.	
20579 (c/n 41440) converted to OH-58D 90-00356.
20581 (c/n 41442) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00580.
20583 (c/n 41444) to civil registry as N338SP; N357SD reserved November 2002.
20589 (c/n 41450) to N919AU with Knox County Sheriff Dept Jun 1997.  W/o in 1997. Registration cancelled 
Jan 1998 as "destroyed".
20592 (c/n 41453, OH-58C) to N295CC with Clayton County Police Dept Apr 1996.
20594 (c/n 41455, OH-58C) to civil registry as N63PD Jun 1995.
20596 (c/n 41457, OH-58C) to N132PD with Puerto Rico Police Dept Jun 1995.
20597 (c/n 41458) to civil registry as N82854 May 1995. Sold to owner in Mexico Sep 1997
20599 (c/n 41460) became N214FL with Florida Department of Law Enforcement
20600 (c/n 41461) to N103RK
20601 (c/n 41462) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00572.
20602 (c/n 41463, 1-183rd AVN ID NG) crashed Jun 19, 1997.
20603 (c/n 41464) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001	
20606 (c/n 41467) to N604MP with Memphis Police Dept Jan 1997.  Destroyed in Jan 2000, registry cancelled by 
FAA Mar 8, 2000.
20607 (c/n 41468) 
20610 (c/n 41471) converted to OH-58D 91-00557.
20611 (c/n 41472) to civil registry as N160SA Oct 1996.
20612 (c/n 41473) with RAID unit of WA ARNG, Fort Lewis , WA in 2009		
20613 (c/n 41474) registered N613SS Nov 2002
20615 (c/n 41476) to Ventura County Sheriffs Dept. Registered to N615NS Nov 2005.
20616 (c/n 41477) to N65110 with San Francisco Police Dept Mar 1997.
20617 (c/n 41478) allocated civil registration N992YC.
20620 (c/n 41481) to N114FC with USDA Forest Service May 2000.
20622 (c/n 41483) registered N910SL Sep 16, 2005.
20624 (c/n 41485, 2-229th Avn) crashed near Nellis AFB, NV Apr 18, 1994. 2 killed.
20625 (c/n 41486, OH-58C) to N121BX with Baxter County Sheriffs Dept Nov 1995.
20626 (c/n 41487, OH-58C) to civil registry as N626SD Oct 1996.
20627 (c/n 41488) to OH-58C.   Registration N232FC reserved Nov 14, 2006,
taken up Jan 3, 2007
20629 (c/n 41490) to N120BX
20630 (c/n 41491) to N258LE with Collier County Sheriffs Office Nov 1998.			
20631 (c/n 41492) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
20633 (c/n 41494) converted to OH-58D 88-00305.
20634 (c/n 41495) converted to OH-58D 85-24703.
20635 (c/n 41496) w/o May 6, 1977
20636 (c/n 41497, OH-58C) to N890SC with Stoddard County Police Dept Apr 1996.
20637 (c/n 41498) converted to OH-58D 90-00376.
20638 (c/n 41499) converted to OH-58D 91-00542.
20639 (c/n 41500) converted to OH-58D 87-00735.
20642 (c/n 41503) was N642SD, reregistered N76PD Jan 2002.
20643 (c/n 41504) registration N88977 reserved Apr 30, 1997, cancelled Nov 14, 2005
20646 (c/n 41507) civilianized as N108AG, then cancelled due to sale to Mexico
20649 (c/n 41510) converted to OH-58D 85-24722
20650 (c/n 41511) to N65144 with Canton Police Dept Sep 1997.
20651 (c/n 41512) to civil registry as N157SA Jan 1997.
20657 (c/n 41518) reported May 1, 2007 to be used for spare parts by Cedar Rapids, IA police
force and remains to be up for auction
20660 (c/n 41521) to civil registry as N39FA Jun 1996.		
20663 (c/n 41524). Became N6385M. April 2004 issue of 'Air 
Forces Monthly' reports it gone to Dominican Army as EN-1903
20665 (c/n 41526) w/o Mar 9, 1985
20666 (c/n 41527, OH-58C) to N83MP with Missouri State Highway Patrol May 1996. To N183MP Nov 1997.
20668 (c/n 41529) converted to OH-58D 85-24707.
20669 (c/n 41530) converted to OH-58D 85-24700.
20670 (c/n 41531, OH-58C) to civil registry as N9142S.
20671 (c/n 41532, OH-58C) to civil registry as N911BD.
20673 (c/n 41534, OH-58C) to N911AW with Knox County Sheriffs Dept Jan 1997
20678 (c/n 41539) converted to OH-58D(I) 93-00941
20679 (c/n 41540) was N912HP, registration cancelled Sep 15, 2004 as sold to
owner in Mexico.  Was never registered in Mexico, restored to US
US register as N912HP Feb 11, 2005
20680 (c/n 41541) registration N85359 reserved Apr 13, 2007,
taken up May 31, 2007.
20681 (c/n 41542) converted to OH-58D 85-24698.
20686 (c/n 41547) converted to OH-58D 89-00098.
20687 (c/n 41548) crashed Oct 23, 1992.
20690 (c/n 41551) to civil registry as N582TX Feb 1997
20691 (c/n 41552) to civil registry as N51747 Feb 1997.
20693 (c/n 41554) to civil registry as N693 Aug 1997
20694 (c/n 41555) converted to OH-58D 91-00559.
20695 (c/n 41556) converted to OH-58D 85-24693.
20696 (c/n 41557) converted to OH-58D 88-00288.
20697 (c/n 41558) to N9240N with McLennan County Sheriffs Dept Jan 1996.
20701 (c/n 41562). Registered N50070 May 28, 2003
20703 (c/n 41564) to NASA as N540NA.  Later converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00581.
20704 (c/n 41565, OH-58C) to N299CC with Clayton County Police Dept Apr 1996.
20706 (c/n 41567) to N525JC with Jackson County Sheriffs Dept Aug 1997.
20711 (c/n 41572) converted to OH-58D 91-00564.
20712 (c/n 41573) to civil registry as N7120
20713 (c/n 41574, OH-58C): Became N830SD. Registration cancelled Sep 16, 2003 on sale to owner 
in Mexico.  Became N830SD, reported sold to unknown owner in Mexico September 2003.
20721 (c/n 41582) to N834PD, then was N54AG, registration N727LA reserved Jun 14, 2007, taken up Jul 31, 2007.
20723 (c/n 41584) with Clover Park Technical College, WA Jul 2006
20725 (c/n 41586) w/o May 18, 1988
20729 (c/n 41590) to N1911 with Washoe County Sheriffs Office Jan 1997
20731 (c/n 41592) converted to OH-58D 88-00303.
20735 (c/n 41596) to N1148Z with Osceola County Sheriffs Office Sep 1996.
20738 (c/n 41599) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00575.
20740 (c/n 41601) to N556CP, then to N556CR, registration N650MH reserved Apr 20, 2005, taken up May 18, 2005
20742 (c/n 41603) converted to OH-58D 91-00538.
20743 (c/n 41604) converted to OH-58D 86-08908.
20744 (c/n 41605) converted to OH-58D 86-08919.
20745 (c/n 41606) converted to OH-58D 87-00729.
20746 (c/n 41607). Became N32927. April 2004 issue of 'Air 
Forces Monthly' reports it gone to Dominican Army as EN-1900
20747 (c/n 41608) converted to OH-58D 85-24692.
20748 (c/n 41609) at a veterans park in Tampa, FL.  At Hillsborough
County Veterans Memorial Park, US 301 Sep 2006
20749 (c/n 41610, OH-58C) to N595AF May 1996
20751 (c/n 41612, OH-58C) to N133PD with Puerto Rico Police Dept Jun 1995.
20753 (c/n 41614, OH-58C) to N170SC with Seminole County Sheriffs Office Jun 1995.
20757 (c/n 41618) to N65018, then to N319LC with Pasco County Sheriffs Office Jan 1998.
20758 (c/n 41619) converted to OH-58D 87-00736
20759 (c/n 41620, JOH-58C) w/o Mar 20, 1985.
20761 (c/n 41622) to civil registry as N514LC
20762 (c/n 41623) registration N7514J reserved Aug 9, 2006,
taken up Jan 12, 2007	
20764 (c/n 41625) to N308HP with North Carolina State Highway Patrol May 1995.
20765 (c/n 41626) to N911AF with Marion County Sheriffs Dept Jan 1995.
20767 (c/n 41628) to N304SD with Harrison County Sheriffs Dept Sep 1995.
20772 (c/n 41633) w/o Mar 7, 1985.
20773 (c/n 41634, OH-58C) to N31JA with Jicarilla Apache Police Dept Apr 1996. Begin to spin out of control 
and crashed near Lindrith, NM Jan 11, 2000. 1 injured.
20774 (c/n 41635) to N40920 with Leon County Sheriffs Dept Jun 1995.
20776 (c/n 41637) to N512LC with Lake County Sheriff Dept Jul 1996.
20777 (c/n 41638) registration N920HP reserved Jan 3, 2007, taken up Mar 28, 2007
20779 (c/n 41640, OH-58C) to N58GD Jun 1995. To N179SJ Sep 1999.
20780 (c/n 41641) w/o Oct 16, 1990.
20781 (c/n 41642) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00577.
20782 (c/n 41643) to civil registry as N965MC Aug 1995.
20784 (c/n 41645) converted to OH-58D(I) 92-00596.
20785 (c/n 41646) to civil registry as N164HP Jul 1996.
20786 (c/n 41647) to civil registry as N15HC. Registration cancelled as "destroyed" Sep 29, 2000
20787 (c/n 41648) to N1850W with Santa Barbara County Sheriffs Dept Dec 1996.
20788 (c/n 41649) to civil registry as N788SD Aug 1998.
20789 (c/n 41650, 2-82nd Avn) crashed on heavy fog near Fort Bragg Aug 15, 1989. 3 killed.
20790 (c/n 41651) to N305HP with North Carolina State Highway Patrol Feb 1995.
20791 (c/n 41652) to civil registry as N7221R Jul 1997.
20794 (c/n 41655) to N306HP with North Carolina State Highway Patrol Feb 1995.
20795 (c/n 41656) converted to OH-58D 85-24726.
20796 (c/n 41657) shot down over North Korea 12/17/94.
20799 (c/n 41660) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
20801 (c/n 41662) to N651RC with Richland County Sheriff Dept Aug 1999
20803 (c/n 41664) noted withdrawn from use at Cairns AAF Mar 2002.
20805 (c/n 41666) converted to OH-58D 89-00116.
20806 (c/n 41667) to North Carolina Dept of Fish and Wildlife in 1995.
20810 (c/n 41671) currently N88UT, registration N8076U reserved
Dec 3, 2008, taken up Mar 3, 2009.
20813 (c/n 41674, OH-58C) to N813CS with Orange County Sheriff's Office Jun 1996.
20814 (c/n 41675) to US Navy as 120814 Sep 1990
20815 (c/n 41676) to civil registry as N158SA Jan 1997.
20817 (c/n 41678) noted Mar 2002 in disposal yard at Fort Rucker
20818 (c/n 41679) registration N728LA reserved Mar 23, 2005, 
taken up May 5, 2005.	Registration N786NM reserved Mar 19, 2007
20819 (c/n 41680) to N812PD with Omaha Police Dept Apr 1997.
20820 (c/n 41681) at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
20822 (c/n 41683, OH-58C) to civil registry as N82855 May 1995.
20823 (c/n 41684) registration N94550 reserved Nov 17, 2006,
taken up Dec 7, 2006.
20825 (c/n 41686) to civil registry as N392LC Apr 1997.
20827 (c/n 41688) converted to OH-58D 87-00746.
20832 (c/n 41693) converted to OH-58D 86-08930.
20834 (c/n 41695) converted to OH-58D 85-24733.
20835 (c/n 41696) crashed Sept 7, 1990.
20837 (c/n 41698) crashed Mar 20, 1989.
20838 (c/n 41699, OH-58C) to N838SD Oct 1996. To N699TH Aug 2001.
20839 (c/n 41700, OH-58C, 1-212th Avn) w/o Jul 17, 2000
20840 (c/n 41701) to N310SP
20841 (c/n 41702, OH-58C) to civil registry as N462MC May 1996. Sold in Mexico Jun 1998. To XB-HFV
20842 (c/n 41703) to civil registry as N7UT Apr 1998. Crashed during autorotation at Woods Cross, UT Feb 11, 2000. 
2 killed.
20843 (c/n 41704) registered an N5800K as a crop duster.
20844 (c/n 41705) to civil registry as N9254R Jun 1996. To N844NS.
20848 (c/n 41709) converted to OH-58D 85-24696.
20850 (c/n 41711) to civil registry as N176SA Oct 1996.
20851 (c/n 41712) is N337SP; registration N802JB reserved Mar 28, 2003.
20855 (c/n 41716) to civil registry as as N7201K (ntu) then N900PD.  Crashed Dec 7, 1998
at Little Rock, AR.
20857 (c/n 41718) to N213LC
20858 (c/n 41719) to N307HP with North Carolina State Highway Partol Feb 1995.
20864 (c/n 41725, GOH-58A) noted Mar 8, 2005 in Yano Hall, Fort Rucker
71-20983 ... 71-21052
Bell AH-1G-BF Cobra
c/n 21054/21123
20985,12031 converted to TAH-1F, then later to AH-1F.
20986,20988,20990/20997,20999,21000,21002,21004/21011,21015/21027,21030,21034
21037,21039/21043,20145,21046,21048,21052 converted to AH-1S.
20983/20985,20998,21003,21012,21014,21028,21029,21031,21033,21035,21044,21050,21051
converted to AH-1F.
20983 (c/n 21054) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
20988 converted to AH-1S.  Crashed near San Angelo Apr 8, 1982 after main rotor and tail boom separated.
Both crew killed			
20992 (c/n 21063) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0578 Aug 5, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
20998 (c/n 21069) converted to AH-01F.  Registered Mar 17, 2006 to Army Aviation
Heritage Foundation and Museum of Hampton, GA as N998HF
20999 (c/n 21070) converted to AH-1S.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001			
21000 (c/n 21071) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0428 Jun 29, 1995.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
21001 (c/n 21072) converted to AH-1S.  Derelict at Lansing, IL Apt Aug 2001.
21004 (c/n 21075) in use at C-17 Cargo Compartment Trainer at Altus AFB, Oklahoma in Jan 2009
21013 (c/n 21084) w/o Mar 10, 1977.
21024 converted to AH-1S.  On static display outside Fort Irwin, CA
21028 (c/n 21099) converted to AH-1F.  Noted at Mercer County Apt, NJ May 16, 2001,
effectively withdrawn from service due to vibration problem.  Seen 2006 on display
at New Smyrna, FL, VFW Post 4250.
21031 (c/n 21102) on display at VFW post 8168 at Midland, Pennsylvania.
21032 (c/n 21103) w/o Mar 28, 1972.			
21033 (c/n 21104) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
In 2009 was displayed at American Legion Post 586 in Adams, NY			
21034 (c/n 21105) converted to AH-1S.  To AMARC as XA0574 Jul 22, 1996.
Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008
21038 (c/n 21109).  Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air 
Museum, Liberal, KS
21040 mounted on a post at VFW post in Cedar Falls, IA since 2001
21041 (c/n 21112) converted to AH-1S.  Reported preserved at Ida Grove, IA
21047 (c/n 21118) to AH-1G.  Noted recently at English Field Air & Space Museum, 
Tradewind AP, Amarillo, TX
21050 (c/n 21121) converted to AH-1F.  Noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001	
21051 (c/n 21122) converted to AH-1G.  Now gate guard at Camp Humphreys, South Korea		
84-1374 ... 84-1388
General Dynamics F-16C Block 25E Fighting Falcon
C/n 5C-156/170
1374 (c/n 5C-156) to AMARC asFG0595 Oct 15, 2008
1375 to AMARC Jul 16, 2010.
1376 to AMARC as FG0585 Sep 1, 2008.
1377 to AMARC as FG0588 Aug 13, 2008.
1378 to AMARC Sep 21, 2010.
1379 (c/n 5C-161, 363rd TFW, 17th TFS) crashed on approach to Al Dhafra
air base, United Arab Emirates Feb 15, 1991.  Pilot killed.
1381 to AMARC Aug 18, 2010.
1383 to AMARC Aug 30, 2010.
1384 to AMARC as FG0591 Sep 30, 2008. Left AMARC. Returned to AMARC Aug 18, 2010.
1385 to AMARC Apr 28, 2009.
1388 (c/n 5C-170) to AMARC as FG0600 Oct 15, 2008.
84-1389 ... 84-1395
General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
C/n 5C-171/177.
1389 (c/n 5C-171) (10th TFS) crashed into a house at Forst, West Germany Mar 31, 1988.  Pilot and one civilian 
in the house killed.
1390 (10th TFS/363rd TFW) shot down by SAM Feb 27, 1991 over Iraq.
Pilot POW.
1393 in 2011 was on display at Texas Military Forces Museum, Camp Mabry,
Austin, TX.  Was previously QF-16 pattern aircraft.
1394 (c/n 5C-176) to AMARC as FG0602 Oct 20, 2008.
1395 (50th TFW) crashed near Mainz, West Germany Jun 29, 1988 after
colliding with F-16C 85-1401.  One pilot killed, the other ejected.
85-1398 ... 85-1398
General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon
C/n 5C-178.  Named "Gunfighter with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Sep 22, 2010.
85-1399 ... 85-1399
General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
C/n 5C-179.  (10th TFS) crashed after engine failure near Gunzenhausen, Germany Sep 17, 1987. Pilot ejected safely.
87-0025 ... 87-0025
McDonnell Douglas YC-17A Lot I Globemaster III
c/n 50002 (line number F1). Was essentially hand-built for the sole purpose of developmental test and evaluation, with 
an estimated life span of approximately five years. The aircraft was periodically rebuilt and
refurbished over the years and its lifespan grew from five to 21 years.  Airman Thomas Fields 
awarded Cheney Award and Airman's Medal for saving life of crewman whose parachute accidentally
opened in the cargo bay during flight at 1200 feet with paratroop door open on Jan 30, 2001.  
The aircraft appeared in country superstar Toby Keith's Emmy Award-winning production of
"American Soldier." F1 went on to appear in five motion pictures: "Transformers," "Iron Man," 
"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," "Iron Man 2" and "Superman: Man of Steel"
(to be released by Warner Brothers in 2013).  Aircraft planned for retirement to
USAF Museum in 2012.  Arrived there Apr 25, 2012.
88-0265 ... 88-0266
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot I Globemaster III
c/n 50005/50006, line numbers F2 and F4 
0265 named *City of Altus*
88-0415 ... 88-0416
General Dynamics F-16C Block 40B Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-17/1C-18
89-1189 ... 89-1192
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot II Globemaster III
c/n 50007/50010, line number F6/F9
1191 (315th AW) nose langing gear collapsed on landing at Kandahar AB,
Afghanistan Dec 23, 2008. Has been repaired and is back in service.
1192 named *Spirit of Charleston*
89-2017 ... 89-2017
General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-170
89-2018 ... 89-2018
General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-171
89-2019 ... 89-2019
General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-172
89-2020 ... 89-2021
General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-173/1C-174
89-2022 ... 89-2022
General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-175
89-2023 ... 89-2024
General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-176/1C-177
89-2025 ... 89-2025
General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-178
89-2026 ... 89-2027
General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon
C/n 1C-179/1C-180
2027 w/o Sept 19, 1990, Hampton County, SC
90-0532 ... 90-0535
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot III Globemaster III
c/n 50011/50014, line number P-7/P-10
92-3291 ... 92-3294
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot IV Globemaster III
c/n 50015/50018, line number P-11/P-14
92-4014 ... 92-4017
Lockheed F-16C Block 52M Fighting Falcon
C/n KC-14/KC-17.  for Korea as RoKAF serials 92-014/017 under Peace Bridge II
Assembled by Samsung in Korea
4016 (RoKAF 92-016) crashed south of Seoul Aug 6, 1997 (AFM 10/2007)
93-0535 ... 93-0535
Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
c/n CC-170
93-0536 ... 93-0536
Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
c/n CC-171
93-0537 ... 93-0537
Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
c/n CC-172
93-0538 ... 93-0538
Lockheed F-16CJ Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
c/n CC-173. (55th FS) w/o Nov 19, 1998
93-0539 ... 93-0539
Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
c/n CC-174
93-0540 ... 93-0540
Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
c/n CC-175
93-0541 ... 93-0541
Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
c/n CC-176
93-0542 ... 93-0542
Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
c/n CC-177.  (F-16CJ, 20th FW/55th FS) crashed into sea 35 mi off South Carolina
coast Apr 5, 2006. Pilot ejected and picked up 2 hr later with some injuries.
Pilot suffered g-induced loss of consciousness during fighter maneuvering
training mission, recovering to find plane in unrecoverable dive.  AFM Nov 2006
93-0543 ... 93-0543
Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
c/n CC-178
93-0544 ... 93-0544
Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
c/n CC-179
93-0599 ... 93-0604
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot V Globemaster III
c/n 50019/50024, line number F-18/F-23)
0600 is *Spirit of 9-11.. Let's Roll*  Transferred fro 437th AWS to 155th AS/164h AW at Memphis, TANG
0602 is *City of Altus*
94-0034 ... 94-0037
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Globemaster III
Was this lot cancelled ??
94-0065 ... 94-0070
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot VI Globemaster III
c/n 50025/50030, line number F-24/F-29)
0068 wore "The Spirit of Airorne" from Aug 200 to Jun 5, 2003 with 437th Airlift Wing.
95-0102 ... 95-0107
McDonnell Douglas C-17 Lot VII Globemaster III
c/n 50031/50036, line number F-30/F-35
0102 is named *Spirit of Long Beach*
0104 is named *Spirit of Airborne*
0105 is named *Sprit of 9-11..Let's Roll*
0106 is named *Spirit of Bob Hope*
0107 is named *Spirit of North Charleston*.  Damaged during landing in northern
Iraq Apr 21, 2003 when ran into construction equipment
96-0001 ... 96-0008
McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot VIII Globemaster III
c/n 50037/50044, line number F36/F43)
0002 is "Spirit of the Air Force".  With 437th AW damaged as a result of
a wheels-up landing at Bagram airfield, Afghanistan Jan 30, 2009.
Cause was crew forgetting to lower the undercarriage, compounded
with long crew hours, ground promimity warning alarm having been
inadvertently turned off, and tower not noticing that the aircraft
did not have its gear extended.
0005 is "Spirit of John Levitow".
0006 is "Spirit of Berlin".  Landing gear broke at Vestmannayejar, Iceland Sep 10, 1998
while delivering "Keiko" the whale.  Repaired.
0007 is "Spirit of America's Veterans"
0008 is "Spirit of the Total Force"
97-0041 ... 97-0048
Boeing C-17A Lot IX Globemaster III
c/n 50045/50052, line number F44/F51
0042 (is "Spirit or Tuskegee Airmen"
0043 is "Spirit of Los Angeles".  Transferred
from Charleston to March ARB.
0046 is *The Spirit of the Military Family*
0047 is *Spirit of Middle Georgia*
98-0049 ... 98-0057
Boeing C-17A Lot X Globemaster III
c/n 50053/50061, line number F52/F60)
0049 named *Spirit of Rhein-Main* upon closure of that base
Oct 10, 2005.
0052 is *Spirit of McChord*
0057 was with 97th AMW at Altus but noted as 62nd AW McChord.  
Hit by missile near Baghdad Apt, Iraq Dec 9, 2003, but was 
able to land safely.  Returned to McChord AFB Jan 3, 2004 
for repair.
99-0058 ... 99-0070
Boeing C-17A Lot XI Globemaster III
0058/0064 c/n 50062/50068, line number F61/F67)
0062 is *Spirit of the Hump*
0063 is *Spirit of the Wright Brothers*
0064 is *The City of Saint Louis*
0065/0070 later changed in service to 99-0165/0170
99-0165 ... 99-0170
Boeing C-17A Lot XI Globemaster III
c/n 50069/50074, line number F68/F73
Were formerly 0065/0070 but later changed in service to 99-0165/0170
0169 was named "Spirit of Denali", later "Sprit of the Cascades"
99-0171 ... 99-0173
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50075/50077, line number F74/F76
0173 w/o
00-0171 ... 00-0185
Boeing C-17A Lot XII Globemaster III
(0171/0174 c/n 50075, 50076, 50077, 50080) 0175/0185 c/n 50083/50093, line numbers F82/F92) 
Were formerly 00-0071/0085.  It seems that 00-0171/0173 were formerly 09-0171/0173.
0171 set 13 payload-to-altitude records Nov 28, 2001.
0172 was named *Spirit of the Cascades*, name changed to *Spirit of Denali*
0173 is named "Spirit of the Aleutians".  Crashed Jul 28, 2010 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
Aircraft stalled at an attitude and altitude from which recovery to controlled flight was
impossible while practing for an airshow.  4 killed.
0174 is named *Spirit of 9-11..Let's Roll*, later "Spirit of the Sourdoughs"
0176 (62nd AW) made first transcontinental flight (McChord AFB, WA
to McGuire AFB, NJ) using blend of regular aviation fuel
and synthetic fuel Dec 17, 2007
0179 listed as being named "Spirit of Connecticut"
0183 named "Spirit of Freedom"
0184 named "Spirit of Col Joe M. Jackson"
0185 is named *The American Spirit*
00-0201 ... 00-0204
Boeing C-17A Lot XII Globemaster III
c/n 50078 (F77), 50079 (F78), 50081 (F80), 50082(F81). Reserved for aircraft to be leased to RAF as ZZ171/ZZ174.  
These were later bought.  Delivery registrations N171UK/N174UK have been allocated.
0201 to RAF as ZZ171 May 23, 2001
0202 to RAF as ZZ172 Jun 15, 2001
0203 to RAF as ZZ173 Aug 4, 2001
0204 to RAF as ZZ174 Aug 26, 2001.
01-0186 ... 01-0197
Boeing C-17A Lot XIII Globemaster III
c/n 50094/50105, line number F93/F104
0186 assigned to 62nd AW, McChord
0187 assigned to 62nd AW, McChord
0188/0197 assigned to 437th AW, Charleston
0190 is named *Spirit of America's POWs and MIAs*
0193 named "Spirit of Strom Thurmond"
0196 named "Spirit of Enduring Freedom".  With (437th AW) ran off runway at Bagram, Afghanistan Aug 6, 2005,
collapsing nose and starboard undercarriage.  Has been w/o.  AFM 1/2006.
Despite reported as w/o, was seen at manufacturer at Long Beach Nov 17, 2005,
apparently being repaired.  Cause of accident was pilot error while landing
at night, he had failed to remember that construction work had restricted the
usable width of runway, nor turned on landing lights which may have revealed
this.  Estimate that repaired will be completed in fall of 2006.
01-0198 ... 01-0200
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Reserialed 02-1098/1100.
02-0101 ... 02-0115
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Reserialed 02-1101/1115
02-1098 ... 02-1112
Boeing C-17A Lot XIV Globemaster III
c/n 50106/50120, line number F105/119
1098, 1099, 1100, 1101, 1102 assigned to 437th AW Charleston
1103, 1104, 1105, 1106, 1107, 1108, 1109, 1110, 1111 assigned to 62nd AW McChord
1100 named *Spirit of Strom Thurmond*, in honor of the Senator's 100th birthday.
1105 registration N1105X allocated Jun 2003.  Reverted to 02-1105 Jul 2003.  Not sure
why this civil registration was allocated.
1111 seen at Christchurch IAP Oct 2006
1112 on acceptance Dec 17, 2003 became the first C-17 in use with ANG - 
`				172nd AW/MS ANG. Named 'The Spirit of the Mississippi Minutemen'
02-1113 ... 02-1115
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Reserialed 03-3113/3115
03-0116 ... 03-0120
Boeing C-17A Lot XV Globemaster III
c/n P-116/P-120.   Reserialed as 03-3116/3120.
03-3113 ... 03-3115
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50121/50123, line number F120/F122).  All three noted Mar 20, 2005 at Jackson IAP
apparently on book with 183rd AS/MS ANG
3113 is named "Spirit of the Purple Heart"
03-3116 ... 03-3127
Boeing C-17A Lot XV Globemaster III
c/n 50124/50135, line number F123/F134
3118 named "Spirit of the Choctaw Warrior" and attached to the 172nd 
Airlift Wing at Jackson, MS.
3119 named "Spirit of G.V. Sonny Montgomery"
3120 seen at Christchurch, NZ.  Stationed at McChord AFB.
3121 as test aircraft with 412 Test Wing at Edwards AFB
3122, 3123 at McChord AFB
3124 was at McChord AFB, in 2011 was with the 437th/315th AW out of Charleston
3125, 3126, 3127 at McGuire AFB
3125 is *Spirit of New Jersey*
3127 noted at Long Beach Sep 2004
03-3115 ... 03-3115
General Atomics MQ-1B Predator
3115 432nd Wing crashed Aug 1, 2008 north of Joint Base Balad, Iraq.
This conflicts with C-17 serials.
03-3122 ... 03-3122
General Atomics MQ-1B Predator
made forced landing just outside perimeter of Kandahar AB, Afghanistan due to engine failure Jan 30, 2012.
Conflicts with C-17 serials.
03-33113 ... 03-33124
General Atomics MQ-1 Predator
3124 MQ-1L quoted as serial of MQ-1L of 15th RS that crashed into mountainside
60 mi NE of Jalalabad, Afghanistan Feb 23, 2007.  Also listed
as being 03-3124, but this conflicts with a C-17A.
04-0121 ... 04-0126
Boeing C-17A Lot XVI Globemaster III
c/n P-121/P-126.   Reassigned to FY 03-3121/3126.
04-4128 ... 04-4138
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50136/50146, line number F135/F145
4129 (c/n P-129) was formerly 05-0129
4130 -- Plane marked as 44130 seen at RAF Mildenhall, UK.  This may be 04-4130, which may
be 05-4130 (P-130) reserialled.  This is correct
4131 named "Spirit of Thomas B. McGuire"
4138 is "Spirit of California".  Delivered to 452nd AMW/AFRC Aug 9, 2005.
04-4139 was reserialed 05-5139, but it still shows up as 04-4139 as its tail number.
05-0127 ... 05-0135
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
0127 reserialled as 03-3127
0128 reserialed as 04-4128
0129 reserialed as 04-4129
0130 c/n P.130
0131 c/n P.131
0132 c/n P.132
0133 c/n P.133
0134 c/n P.134
0135 c/n P.135
05-5139 ... 05-5153
Boeing C-17A Lot XVII Globemaster III
c/n 50147/50161, line number F146/F160
5139 was formerly 04-5139, but it still has 44139 as its tail number.  
5140 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5141 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5142 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5143 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5144 with 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5145 named *Spirit of Ronald Reagan*.  With 452nd AMW at March ARB, CA
5146 named *Spirit of Hawaii* delivered to Hickam AFB, HI Feb 7, 2006, first
C-17A to be stationed outside continental USA.
5152 ("Spirit of Go For Broke") seen at RAF Mildenhall Dec 2006.
5153 named "Spirit of Kamehamela-Imua"
05-27023 ... 05-27034
Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
27023 to Colombian Army as EJC-178
27024 to Colombian Army as EJC-179
27025 (c/n 70.28790 to Royal Thai Army
27026 to Thai Army
27029/27034 to Jordanian AF
06-0205 ... 06-0205
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
(c/n F185, C/n UK-5) For RAF as ZZ175.  Used test registration of
N9500Z.  Accepted by RAF Feb 22, 2008 at Long Beach, delivered
to 99 Sqdn at RAF Brize Norton Apr 7, 2008.			
06-0206 ... 06-0209
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
For RAAF.
0206 (c/n F166, 50167) for RAAF as A41-206.  Handed over to RAAF at Long Beach, CA
Nov 28, 2006 and arrived in Australia Dec 4, 2006.  
0207 (c/n F173, 50174, reserialed 07-0207) for RAAF as A41-207
06-6154 ... 06-6168
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
6154/6158 c/n 50162/50166 (F161/F165), 6159/6164 c/n 50168/50173 (F167/F172), 
6165/6167 c/n 50175/50177(F174/F176), 6168 c/n 50179 (F178)
6154 to Travis AFB.  Named "Spirit of Solano"
6155 to Travis AFB
6156 to Travis AFB.  Named "Spirit of the Golden Bear". Seen at
RAF Mildenhall Sep 27, 2006.
6158 named "Spirit of 911 Let's Roll"
6159 named "Spirit of the Golden Gate"
6164 (301st ALS)
6165 to Dover AFB, named "Spirit of the Constitution"
6166 to Dover AFB
6166 to Travis AFB
6167 to Dover AFB
6168 to Dover AFB
07-0207 ... 07-0207
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Formerly serialed 06-0207.  For RAAF as A41-207.
07-0208 ... 07-0209
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
0208 (c/n F183, c/n 50184) for RAAF as A41-208.  Delivered to RAAF Feb 12, 2008
0209 (c/n F184, c/n 50185) for RAAF as A41-209.  Handed over to RAAF at Long Beach
Jan 19, 2008.  Arrived at RAAF Amberley Mar 8, 2008.
07-7169 ... 07-7189
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
7169 C/n 50180 (F179), 7170 c/n 50182(F181), 7171 c/n 50183 (F182), 7172 c/n 50189 (F188), 
7173 c/n 50190 (F189), 7174/7180 c/n 50192/50198 (F191/F197)
7169/7179 will go to Dover AFB, but 7172 and 7174 are going to Travis AFB.
7170 seen in Dover AFB colors
7174 went to Dover
7179 went to Travis instead of Dover
7172 (60th AMW) damaged at Kandahar AB, Afghanistan Dec 3, 2008.  After parking,
commander shut down engines, but copiolt put shutoff switches back on, causing
fuel to flow back into hot engines, resulting in tailpipe fires in all four
engines.
7178 named "Spirit of Delaware"
7179 named "Spirit of Travis"
7180 was scheduled to be last manufactured C-17 for USAF, and
was scheduled to go to McChord AFB.  Actually went to
Charleston.  However, I do have FY 08 C-17s.  With 437th AW,
Charleston
7181 was formerly 08-8181. With 437th AW, Charleston
7182 was formerly 08-8182. With 437th AW, Charleston
7183 was formerly 08-8183.  First flown at Long Beach, Ca
Jan 27, 2009.  To Charleston AFB after LAIRCM modification.
7184 was formerly 08-8184
7185 was formerly 08-8185.
7187 was formerly 08-8187
7188 was formerly 08-8188.  Located at Charleston AFB in 2010.
7189 (437th AW) damaged on landing at Shank, Afghanistan Jan 23, 2012.  No injuries, but aircraft badly
damaged.
c/n CA1-CA4.  For Canadian Armed Forces as CC-177 177701/177704.
7701 line number F-177, c/n 50178, c/n CA1
7702 line number F-180, c/n 50181, c/n CA2
7703 line number F-186, c/n 50167, c/n CA3
7704 line number F-187, c/n 50188, c/n CA4
08-0001 ... 08-0003
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n SAC-01/SAC-03.  For NATO.  
0001 (SAC01) c/n 50208 in markings of Hungarian AF.  First flight Jul 1, 2009, delivered to Papa AB, Hungary
Jul 17-18, 2009.
0002 (SAC02) c/n 50211
0003 (SAC03) c/n 50212
08-0201 ... 08-0202
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n QA-1/QA-2. c/n 50209 (F208) and 50210 (F209).  For Qatar Emiri Air Force as A7-MAA and A7-MAB.
Bore test registrations of N9500H and N9500N
08-0206 ... 08-0207
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
0206 c/n 50191, F-190, c/n UK6.  For RAF as ZZ176 Jul 2, 2008.  Used test registration of N9500B
0207 c/n 50228, F227) for RAF as ZZ177.  Used test registration of N9500B.  Reserialed 09-0207
08-8181 ... 08-8204
Boeing C-17A Block 18 Globemaster III
8181/8189 c/n 50199/50207 (F198/F206).  8190/8204 c/n 50213/50227 (F212/F226)
8181 c/n 50199.  to Charleston.  Reserialled 07-7181
8182 c/n 50200.  to Charleston.  Reserialled 07-7182
8183 c/n 50201.  to Charleston.  Reserialled 07-7183
8184 c/n 50202.  reserialled 07-7184
8185 c/n 50203.  reserialled 07-7185
8186 c/n 50204
8187 c/n 50205.   reserialled 07-7187
8188 c/n 50206.   reserialled 07-7188.
8189 c/n 50207. 
8190 c/n 50213
8191 c/n 50214.  to 437th AW at Charleston
8192 c/n 50215.  to McChord
8193 c/n 50216.   to 62nd AW at McChord
8194 c/n 50217
8195 c/n 50218.  to 62nd AW at McChord
8196 c/n 50219.  to 62nd AW at McChord
8197 c/n 50220.  to 62nd AW at McChord
8198 c/n 50221
8199 c/n 50222.  to 305th AMW.
8200 c/n 50223 to 305th AMW
8201 c/n 50224
8202 c/n 50225
8203 c/n 50226.  to 62nd AW at McChord
8204 c/n 50227.  seen at Orlando in 2010.
09-0207 ... 09-0207
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n UK.7 c/n 50228 (F227).  to RAF as ZZ177 Jan 13, 2011.  Used test registration of N9500B.  Originally serialed 08-0207
09-8207 ... 09-8207
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 229.  To RAF as ZZ177.  
09-9205 ... 09-9212
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III	
9205/9210 c/n 50229/50234 (F228/F233).  9211 c/n 50237 (F236), 9212 c/n 50241 (F240)
9210 to 62nd AW at McChord
9212 with 62nd AW at McChord
10-0213 ... 10-0223
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
Last C-17s for USAF
0213 c/n 50242 (F241).  To 437 AW
0214 c/n 50243 (F242).  To 437 AW
0215 c/n 50244 (F243).  To 437 AW
0216 c/n 50245 (F244).  To 62 AW
0217 c/n 50246 (F245) reserialed 12-0208 test registration N9500N, To RAF as ZZ178.  Unlikely this
was ever formally 10-0217, painted as 10-0217 for background shots during 787 ceremony.  To 62AW
0217 c/n 50249 (F248).  To 62 AW
0218 c/n 50250 (F249).  To 62 AW
0223 c/n F260/P223) was last production C-17A for USAF.  Deliveredto 437th Airlift Wing at Charleston, South
Carolina Sep 12, 2013.
10-0401 ... 10-0406
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
For United Arab Emirates. 
0401 c/n 50235 (F234) UAE 1223.  Test registration of N9500N
0402 c/n 50236 (F235) UAE 1224.  Test registration of N9500R
0403 c/n 50238 (F237) UAE 1225.  Test registration of N9500N
0404 c/n 50239 (F238) UAE 1226.  Test Registrati0n of N9500R
0405 c/n 50247 (F246) UAE 1227.  Test registration of N9500R
0406 c/n 50248 (F247) UAE 1228.  Test registration of N9500R
11-0101 ... 11-0110
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
For Indian AF
0101 c/n 50254 (F253).  To Indian AF as CB 8001
0102 (F-258) to Indian AF as CB-8002
0103 F-259 For Indian AF as CB-8003
0104 F-261 For Indian AF as CB-8004
0105 F-262 For Indian AF as CB-8005
0106 F-263 For Indian AF as CB-8006
0107 For Indian AF
0108 For Indian AF
0109 For Indian AF
0110 For Indian AF
12-0203 ... 12-0203
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50251 (F250).  A7-MAC
12-204 ... 12-204
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n 50253 (F252).  A7-MAE
12-0208 ... 12-0208
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n UK.7 to RAF as ZZ178 May 23, 2012.  Used test registration of N9500N
12-0211 ... 12-0211
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n AUS.6, c/n 50252.  For RAAF as A41-211
13-0001 ... 13-0001
Boeing C-17A Globemaster III
c/n F-264.  For Kuwait AF

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