USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: C-47B
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
42-92924 ... 42-93283
Douglas C-47A-20-DK Skytrain
MSNs beginning with 12779 and ending with 13177, with entries ending with '8' skipped.
92924 (MSN 12779) to Navy as BuNo 17175
92925 (MSN 12780)
92926 (MSN 12781) 
92927 (MSN 12782)
92928 (MSN 12783)
92929 (MSN 12784) lost Oct 10, 1945, Saipan
92930 (MSN 12785) became NC88783, then XB-FUX.
92931 (MSN 12786) to Honduras AF as FAH300 Dec 1947.  Ditched in sea
off coast of El Salvador May 5, 1957, 2 crew members killed.
92932 (MSN 12787)
92933 (MSN 12789) by 1955 was N91222 of Allegheny Airlines
92934 (MSN 12790) by 1955 was VH-AOH of Butler Air Transport
92935 (MSN 12791)
92936 (MSN 12792) by 1954 was N91229 of Allegheny Airlines.  To Fuerze Aerea Argentina and preserved as TC-34
at Buenos Aires.
92937 (MSN 12793) to Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airlines as VR-HEN.  To Air Outre-Mer
(French Overseas Departments and Territories) as F-OAHY.
Destroyed by shell fire while parked at Muong Sai Airport,
Laos Feb 13, 1954.  Some reports give the date as Feb 13, 1953.
92938 (MSN 12794)
92939 (MSN 12795) (44 AB Sq, 4109 Ops Grp) crashed on landing at Lake Charles AFB, LA Apr 4, 1952.
92940 (MSN 12796)
92941 (MSN 12797)
92942 (MSN 12799)
92943 (MSN 12800)
92944 (MSN 12801) w/o Mar 27, 1944 at Buckley Field, Colorado
92945 (MSN 12802)
92946 (MSN 12803)
92947 (MSN 12804)
92948 (MSN 12805)
92949 (MSN 12806)
92950 (MSN 12807) to RAF as Dakota III KG487.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
92951 (MSN 12809) to RAF as Dakota III KG488.  Destroyed in air raid on
Evere Jan 1, 1945.
92952 (MSN 12810) to RAF as Dakota III KG489.  Crashlanded at Evere
Sep 21, 1944 following flak damage over Arnhem
92953 (MSN 12811) to RAF as Dakota III KG490.  Sank back onto belly
at Comilla Aug 2, 1945 after undercarriage prematurely raised 
during takeoff.  SOC Sep 20,1945.
92954 (MSN 12812) to RAF as Dakota III KG491.  MIA from supply dropping
mission over Burma May 4, 1945.
92955 (MSN 12813) to RAF as Dakota III KG492, To Royal Indian AF as VP908
Nov 28, 1946.  To Royal Pakistan AF as C-400.  Registered in Pakistan as
G-AOCT, to Air Madaascar first as F-OAYR, then 54-MAJ.
Crashed on takeoff at Faafangana Airport, Madagascar
Jul 15, 1963. 3 crew, 2 passengers killed.
92956 (MSN 12814) to RAF as Dakota III KG493.  Crashlanded at Sylhet
Jun 23, 1944 after hitting tree during overshoot in bad
visibility
92957 (MSN 12815) to RAF as Dakota III KG494.  Crashed in desert
2 mi W of Habbaniya May 26, 1944 after running out of fuel
in dust storm.
92958 (MSN 12816) to RAF as Dakota III KG495.  SOC Jun 29, 1946
92959 (MSN 12817) to RAF as Dakota III KG496.  Transferred to Indian
AF as VP904 Sep 25, 1947.
92960 (MSN 12819) to RAF as Dakota III KG497.  Transferred to Indian
AF as MA965 Sep 25, 1947.
92961 (MSN 12820, 3rd TCG) lost May 27, 1945.  MACR 14528.  There
is an RAF record card saying that this plane went to RAF
as Dakota III KG498 and flew into a hill at night 10 mi
SW of Torrettoria, Italy Dec 21, 1944.
92962 (MSN 12821) to RAF as Dakota III KG499.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 29, 1946.  To VT-CGG of Indian Airlines Corp.  W/o Jan 3, 1950 in crash 4 mi NW of Taksing, India.  9 killed.
92963 (MSN 12822) to RAF as Dakota III KG500.  Flew into high ground
in cloud 6 mi NE of Kell, Germany May 25, 1945.
92964 (MSN 12823) to RAF as Dakota III KG501.  Returned to USAAF
May 12, 1947.  By 1954 was YU-ABJ of Jugosolovenski Aero-Transport
92965 (MSN 12824) to RAF as Dakota III KG502.  Flew into Cold Fell,
Castle Carrock while descending in cloud Feb 3, 1946.
92966 (MSN 12825) to RAF as Dakota III KG503.  Returned to USAAf
Jul 25, 1946.  By 1955 was TC-ESI of Devlet Hava Yollari.
92967 (MSN 12826) to RAF as Dakota III KG504.  Sold to Indian
government Jan 30, 1947
92968 (MSN 12827) to RAF as Dakota III KG505.  Sold to Indian
government Jan 30, 1947
92969 (MSN 12829) to RAF as Dakota III KG506.  To Thai AF postwar.  To Siamese Airways in 
1947 as HS-SAB.  Inherited by Thai Airways Nov 1, 1951.  Reregistered HS-TDB Sep 15, 1958.
Registration cancelled Jan 1969 but may have been used by Airservices Co., LTD.
Stored at Don Muang AP, Thailand Mar 1978 to Mar 1983 and presumably scrapped there.
92970 (MSN 12830) to civil registry as NC57779, N57779, N51080, N622NU (noted in 1968).  To Yugoslav
Air Force in 1976 as 71288 as calibration aircraft and sold in Feb 1991.  Then to TC-ALI and noted on 
static display at "Rahmi Koc" Industry Museum in Istanbul Aug 1978 and Aug 1996.  Noted at
the Military Museum, Istanbul Apr 2009 with serial 71288.
92971 (MSN 12831) w/o Mar 6, 1945 at Shingbwiyang, Burma in takeoff accident
92972 (MSN 12832) to XV-NIA
92973 (MSN 12833)
92974 (MSN 12834) w/o in forced landing at Puplackai, China Jun 5, 1944
92975 (MSN 12835) w/o Apr 2, 1945, Monglong, Burma
92976 (MSN 12836) w/o Nov 24, 1945 Warazup, Burma in takeoff accident
92977 (MSN 12837)
92978 (MSN 12839)
92979 (MSN 12840) damaged on takeoff at Kunming, China Sep 13, 1945.
92980 (MSN 12841) in open storage at Carp Airport in bad condition as C-FMOC.
92981 (MSN 12842) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C649, RP-C649
92982 (MSN 12843) w/o May 14, 1944 Gaudo, Italy
92983 (MSN 12844) Became N54705 of Pan American World Airways, Inc.
Then became EC-WQB, then EC-AQB.
92984 (MSN 12845) to LV-ROT Sep 19, 1949, LV-AHD Sep 21, 1949.  Registration
cancelled Jan 2, 1961
92985 (MSN 12846) w/o Jun 24, 1945, China (?)
92986 (MSN 12847) to Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17188 in Apr 1944.
92987 (MSN 12849) damaged at Atkinson Field, BGA Aug 5, 1945.
92988 (MSN 12850) to civil registry as CF-DSW, to Zonas Oeste y Norte de
Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ABY.  To Aerolineas Aeroposta
To Lineas Aereas del Estado (Argentinian AF)in Jun 1966 as T-08.
In 1968 to Paraguayan AF as T-63.  WFU.
92989 (MSN 12851) to VT-CCH, XY-ACJ, to UBT-710 Burma AF
92990 (MSN 12852) on civil registry as N16602.  On display at Travis AFB, California
92991 (MSN 12853) to N100SD
92992 (MSN 12854) w/o May 14, 1944 at Gaudo, Italy in midair collision with 41-18446
and 42-23527.
92993 (MSN 12855) to Canadian civil registry as CF-CUF with Canadian Pacific Airlines.  Struck tree on
Mt Oanagan while making an approach to Penticton, British Columbia when drifted below the minimum
altitude permissible Dec 22, 1950.  Both pilots killed, 16 survivors.	
92994 (MSN 12856) 
92995 (MSN 12857) returned to USA Aug 20, 1945, to RFC Jun 5, 1946.
To West Coast Airlines as NC44587 Nov 6, 1946.  Leased as CF-ONH
for Pacific Western Airlines from Apr 17, 1962, then back to West
Coast Airlines Aug 6, 1963 as N44587.  Pacific Western bought
CF-ONH Mar 15, 1964.  At some point Air West bought it and
registered it as N44587.  Aerodyne Corp of Renton, WA bought
it on Jan 28, 1969, but Aerodyne eventually went out of business.
Seen derelict Jan 1980, apparently inactive since May 1974.
Registered as N353SA for Salair Jan 1988.  Reported at
Nanaimo, BC Jan 1997 as N44587.  Boutht by RF Aircraft Services
Jan 10, 1992, but may not have gone anywhere.  Registered for
Alta Leasing of Utah Dec 8, 1997 as DC-3C.  Operated by Desert
Air Transport and is still current in Anchorage, AK
92996 (MSN 12859) w/o Sep 19, 1944 Bordj Menaiel, Algeria due to structural failure.
92997 (MSN 12860) w/o Apr 26, 1944 Parnamirim Field, Natal, Brazil in takeoff accident.
92998 (MSN 12861, 25th TCS, 64th TCG) crashed Nov 1, 1944 Poleymieux, France
92999 (MSN 12862)
93000 (MSN 12863)
93001 (MSN 12864, 314th TCG) lost Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10283
93002 (314th TCG, MSN 12865) crashed Jun 6, 1944 near French village of
Coquene after being damaged by ground fire during
night paradrop.  MACR 6008
93003 (MSN 12866)
93004 (MSN 12867) to MASDC Dec 19, 1967.  To excess Mar 31, 1970.
93005 (MSN 12869) to MASDC Jul 18, 1969.  To excess Mar 31, 1970
93006 (MSN 12870)
93007 (MSN 12871) to MASDC Apr 28, 1964
93008 (MSN 12872) to RAAF as A65-45 (VH-CIB).  To Qantas 12/1946 as VH-EAK, later VH-BPL.
To Thai AF as L2-13/96.  W/o off Si Racha Jan 18, 1980.
93009 (MSN 12873) to RAAF as A65-44 (VH-CIA).  To Qantas 4/1948 as VH-EAP. Last registration as VH-BPL in
Oct 1982.
93010 (MSN 12874) to RAAF as A65-46 (VH-CIC).  To DCA 10/1946 as VH-JVF.
93011 (MSN 12875) to RAAF as A65-47 (VH-CUO).  To TAA 8/1946 as 
VH-TAG "Grant"
93012 (MSN 12876) to RCAF as Dakota III 965.  Sold to ALPA Aerotaxis of Peru as OB-T-1043.
93013 (MSN 12877) to RCAF as Dakota III 966.  W/o 1944.
93014 (MSN 12879) to US Navy as BuNo 17182.
93015 (MSN 12880) to NEIAF as DT-941, callsign VH-RDK
93026 (MSN 12892) to France Jul 15, 1947 as F-BEFN, SATT, Villacoublay 1947.  Air France Jan 13, 1948.
To N16399 Englert Investments Inc, Miami, FL.  To Monroe County Mosquito Control Distric, Key West,
FL.  To Carib West Airways as 8B-AAB.  Back to N16399.  To spares with tropic Air as 8P-AA.  Derlect
in Barbados Oct to Nov 1978. 
93028 (MSN 12894) to OK-WDN in 1947.  W/o Dec 21, 1948 at Pilos, Greece.
93029 (MSN 12895) 315th TCG) lost Sep 21, 1944 in drop zone
south of Arnhem, Holland during Operation Market Garden.  
MACR 10135.  All aboard killed.  Some remains recovered
by Dutch citizens in 1945.  The remains of five more
were recovered in 1994.
93030 (MSN 12896) To RFC Nov 5, 1945.  Became SE-BBN "Jarpen" (later renamed "Nore Viking")
of ABA.  Burned out at Lulea Jan 22, 1949.
93031 (MSN 12897) to RFC sep 22, 1945.  Reguilt as c/n 43081.  To NC13300 with United Aircraft Corp, Hartford, CT
Sep 25, 1946.  A succession of private owners.
93032 (MSN 12899) damaged Jul 22, 1945 in ground accident at Leon, France.  EI-ACM with Air Lingus "St Fintan".
To HZ-AAN Saudi Arabian Airlines.  Crahed into Red Sea Jun 3.1964
93033 (MSN 12900) to Turkish AF as 6078 and CBK-78
93034 (MSN 12901) in accident Mar 5, 1945.
93035 (MSN 12902) w/o in taxi accident Jul 22, 1944 at Colleville-sur-mer, France
93036 (MSN 12903) was used in Normandy landings with 441st TCG.  to Turkish AF as 6088,
ultimate fate obscure.
93037 (MSN 12904) to CR-LBL and in 1976 with TAAG Angola Airlines as D2-LBL
93038 (MSN 12905) crashed into cliff on finals near Port Logan, Scotland, UK Jul 27, 1944.  22 killed.
93039 (MSN 12906) w/o Dec 24, 1945, Kengersfeld, West Germany.  Salvaged Feb 15, 1946.
93040 (MSN 12907) To RFC Nov 22, 1945.  To NC54366 with Pioneer Airlnes "Stephen F. Austin.  
Back to USAF as C-117C mar 1, 1952.  then N6666A City of New Orleans.  To N941AT.  Stored at 
Gainesville MAP, TX in 2008 with no tail.
93041 (MSN 12909) struck high ground near Herrenalb, Germany Nov 1, 1945. 26 of 30 onboard killed.
93042 (MSN 12910) to Turkish AF as 6037
93043 (MSN 12911) to RAF as Dakota III KG507.  To G-ALWD Jan 10,1950, 
to BEA as G-AMDZ Nov 23, 1950, later Channel Airways also 
as G-AMDZ.  WFU at Southend, England Sep 1967 and scrapped
there Jan 1970.
93044 (MSN 12912) to RAF as Dakota III KG508.  Spun into sea off
Assu, Brazil Apr 21, 1944 after control lost in thunderstorm
during ferry flight.
93045 (MSN 12913) to RAF as Dakota III KG509.  To Thai AF Aug 29, 1946
as L2-2/90.  W/o Tachikawa AB, Japan Oct 10, 1957.
93046 (MSN 12914) to RAF as Dakota III KG510.   SOC Jan 30, 1947
93047 (MSN 12915) to RAF as Dakota III KG511.  Returned to USAAF Jun 24, 1947.  To XY-ACI, to UBT-709 Burma AF. To EI-ACK, 
to G-APUC Jun 3, 1959, To Air Links Limited.  To Luanda Portuguese West Africa Aug 9, 1962.  To G-APUC 
Aug 27, 1962, to Royal Nepal Airlines Corp as 9N-AAM Apr 3, 1964 until 1979.  
93048 (MSN 12916) to RAF as Dakota III KG512.  MIA on mission to Arnhem Sep 25, 1944.
93049 (MSN 12917) to RAF as Dakota III KG513.  DBR Oct 2, 1945 when struck
while parked at Leicester East by Dakota FZ691 (ex 42-92488) 
93050 (MSN 12919) to RAF as Dakota III KG515.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
To Iran Air as EP-ACV.  W/o Jun 30, 1953 when crashed
on training flight at Tehran-Mehrabad Airport, Iran
93051 (MSN 12920) to RAF as Dakota III KG516.  MIA from mission to Arnhem
Sep 21, 1944.
93052 (MSN 12921) to RAF as Dakota III KG517.  DBR May 31, 1944 when swung on
landing at Imphal and undercarriage collapsed.
93053 (MSN 12922) to RAF as Dakota III KG518.  WFU Dec 31, 1946..
93054 (MSN 12923) to RAF as Dakota III KG519.  Wrecked when swung on landing and
hit truck, Imphal, India Jun 26, 1944
93055 (MSN 12924) to RAF as Dakota III KG520.  DBR when bellylanded 5 mi SE of
Batavia, Java Nov 23, 1945 following engine failure.
93056 (MSN 12925) to RAF as Dakota III KG521.  Wrecked when overshot landing
and rolled into depression, Simla, Nepal May 7, 1946
93057 (MSN 12926) to RAF as Dakota III KG522.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.
By 1954 was ET-T-18 of Ethiopian Air Lines, Inc.  W/o at Bulcha, Ethiopoa Jul 16, 1960.
93058 (MSN 12927) to RAF as Dakota III KG523.  Sold to Indian government
Jan 30, 1947
93059 (MSN 12929) to RAF as Dakota III KG525.  Stalled and crashed after tire
burst on takeoff, Maison Blanche, Algeria Mar 15, 1945.
93060 (MSN 12930) to RAF as Dakota III KG526.  Diverted to RCAF as KG526, no
RAF service.  To CF-TED with Trans Canada Airlines Dec 1, 1945.   To Canadair Ltd as CF-DXU Jun 22, 1946.
Reregistered C-FDXU in 1974.  Registration expired Nov 10, 1981
93061 (MSN 12931) damaged Dec 8, 1944 at RAF Kemble, UK
93062 (MSN 12932)  tro RFC Jun 28, 1946.  To YV-ANA Linea Aeroposta Venezolana.  Registered YV-C-ANA.  Cancelled
1969.
93063 (MSN 12933) to NEIAF as DT-980, callsign VH-RCV.  To PK-RCW with KNILM Oct 24, 1947.  To Garuda Indonesian
Airwahs  Dec 28, 194 as PK-GDL.  WFU Merpati Nusantara in 1972.
93064 (MSN 12934) with 315th TCG, 309th TS lost Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 21, 1944.
93065 (MSN 12935, 314th TCG) lost Jun 7, 1944, Normandy, France.  MACR 5698
93066 (MSN 12936)Converted to VC-47A sep 2954.  To N2216S with University of Illinois, Urbana, IL as training airframe.
93067 (MSN 12937) to Chile AF as 962.  In Museo Nacional de Aeronautica de Chile, Los Cerrilos.
93068 (MSN 12939) to F-BFGE wit Air France Jun 24, 1955.  Registration cancelled on
Mar 14, 1968.  To 5T-CAA
93069 (MSN 12940)
93070 (MSN 12941) w/o Nov 1, 1945, Ettringen, West Germany
93071 (MSN 12942) w/o Aug 22, 1944, Wantage, UK
93072 (MSN 12943) to Spanish AF as T.3-14
93073 (MSN 12944) damaged Jul 19, 1945 at RAF Biggin Hill, UK
93074 (MSN 12945) w/o Nov 7, 1959 when crashed near tainan, Taiwan
93075 (MSN 12946)
93076 (MSN 12947) W/o Apr 9, 1944, Fairfax Field, Kansas City, Missouri
93077 (MSN 12949) to Turkish AF as 6042
93078 (MSN 12950) to Turkish AF as 6033
93079 (MSN 12951)
93080 (MSN 12952) w/o Apr 25, 1944 at Marrakech AB, Morocco
93081 (MSN 12953) to NEIAF as NL-208, to KLM West-Indisch Bedrijfas PH-TCA.  WFU in 1948.  Crashlanded in 1948/49.
Sold to Avianca of Colombia as HK-521, broken up for spares
93082 (MSN 12954) w/o in taxi accident Nov 6, 1944 Dreux, France
93083 (MSN 12955) to Turkish AF as 6096 Apr 24, 1949.
93087 (MSN 12960) used to deliver baby camel and sweets to children
of Berlin durin the airlift Oct 22, 1948.  Aircraft bore legend
"Camel Caravan to Berlin" above cabin windows.
93088 (MSN 12961) w/o Apr 6, 1945 in crash 12 mi NW of Malmedy, Belgium
93089 (MSN 12962) to Honduras AF as FAH304 Oct 1962
93090 (MSN 12963) 
93091 (MSN 12964) to MASDC on Aug 18, 1968
93092 (MSN 12965) to Turkish AF as 6026
93093 (MSN 12966) to Turkish AF as 6080
93094 (MSN 12967) served with Chilean AF as 962 and WFU in 1974.
93095 (MSN 12969, 439th TCG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 8408
93096 (MSN 12970) carried 82nd Airborne Pathfinders on D-Day,
17th plane into Normandy.  Also flew on resupply mission to
the 101st at Bastonge and carried 506th Pathfinders into
Holland for Operation Market Garden.  Flew with Pathfinder
Group on Operation Varsity Mar 12, 1945 (the crossing of the
Rhine) with 17th Airborne.  To civil registry as N58NA.
By 1954 was OH-LCE of Aero O/Y.
93097 (MSN 12971) to NC38942.
93098 (MSN 12972) was first C-47 into Normandy.  Lost with 439th TCG Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 9838
93099 (MSN 12973)
93100 (MSN 12974)
93101 (MSN 12975) being restored for Airborne and Special Operation
Museum (opens May 2000).  It will be displayed as
43-15623 which spent the war assigned to the 9th
AF 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron.
93102 (MSN 12976) to Chile AZF as 952.  W/o Jan 28, 1959
93103 (MSN 12977) lease-purchase to Lineas Aereas Nacionales (Lansa) as C-76, to C-306 for
Lansa, to HK-306 for Lansa.  W/o Dec 7, 1948 when DBR at Bogota, Colombia
93104/93105 (MSN 12979/12980) to Navy as BuNo 17190/17191
93106 (MSN 12981) to ZS-AVL, to XY-ACT, to ET-AGW.
93108 (MSN 12983) by 1955 was CF-CUE of Canadian Pacific Airlines.
93109 (MSN 12984) To USAAF. W/o 02/1/45 in fatal crash at Sahmaw, Burma
93110 (MSN 12985) to NC41441, PP-SCD, PP-YPQ, PT-BEK, and PP-ASS
93111 (MSN 12986)
93112 (MSN 12987) to NC41447
93113 (MSN 12989) by 1955 was VT-CGN of Indian Airlines Corp.
93115 (MSN 12991) To USSR. W/o 16/06/44 after a crash 30 May 1944 at Zaliv Kresta Bay, Chukotka (Russia), 3 fatal.
93116 (MSN 12992) To USSR. Scrapped
93117 (MSN 12993) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).  Reported as having gone to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 19, 1962
93118 (MSN 12994) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
93119 (MSN 12995) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
93120 (MSN 12996) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
93121 (MSN 12997) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
93122 (MSN 12999) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
93123 (MSN 13000) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
93124 (MSN 13001) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
93125 (MSN 13002) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
93126/93130 (MSN 13003/13007) to Navy as BuNo 17192/17196
93131 (MSN 13009) Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17198
93132 (MSN 13010) to RAF as Dakota III KG527.  Bellylanded at Biggin Hill
Nov 29, 1944 after taking off with elevators locked.  Relegated to
ground instructional airframe with serial 4989M and presumably
subsequently scrapped.
93133 (MSN 13011) to RAF as Dakota III KG528.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
93134 (MSN 13012) to RAF as Dakota III KG529.  Returned to USAAF Oct 12, 1946.
Registered G-AJBD Jan 15, 1947.  Registration cancelled Feb 13, 1948 on sale to
National Greek Airlines as SX-BBD.
93135 (MSN 13013) to RAF as Dakota III KG530. SOC Nov 28, 1946
93136 (MSN 13014) to RAF as Dakota III KG531.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  , to ZS-BCY Suidair Intl (Nov 1946), to 
YU-ACC JAT  (26 Apr 26, 1951)  W/O Oct 22, 1951 nr Skopje   12 lost.
93137 (MSN 13015) to RAF as Dakota III KG532.  Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
93138 (MSN 13016) to RAF as Dakota III KG533.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
93139 (MSN 13017) to RAF as Dakota III KG534.  DBR Mar 21, 1945 due to corrosion
in center section caused by leaking accumulator, subsequently SOC.
Somebody must have refurbished it, since it went to Air Service Co. as EP-AAK.
Broken up at Dubai, UAE
93140 (MSN 13019) to RAF as Dakota III KG536.  Sold to Indian government
Jan 30, 1947, then to VT-CYG, then to N47AZ in 1994
93141 (MSN 13020) to RAF as Dakota III KG537.  Lost Jul 31, 1944.
93142 (MSN 13021) to RAF as Dakota III KG538. To Royal Indian Air Force.  W/o 
Sep 19, 1945 at Dum Dum when engine caught fire, aircraft overshot
runway on landing and hit a water tank.
93143 (MSN 13022) to RAF as Dakota III KG539.  Crashlanded 12 mi NE ow Bhuj, Kutch
Jul 21, 1945 following engine failure.
93144 (MSN 13023) to RAF as Dakota III KG540.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947
93145 (MSN 13024) to RAF as Dakota III KG541.  Transferred to Indian AF as 
VP909 Sep 25, 1947
93146 (MSN 13025) to RAF as Dakota III KG542.  Sold to Indian government
Jan 30, 1947.  By 1950 was VT-CJC of Indian Airlines Corp.
93147 (MSN 13026) to RAF as Dakota III KG543.  Returned to USAAFA May 26, 1947.
To PH-TEW, XY-ACO, ET-AGU 
93148 (MSN 13027) to RAF as Dakota III KG544.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA), registered as 
LV-ACH, to Aerolineas Aeroposta, Aerolineas Argentinas.  W/o Dec 30, 1950
when crashed after takeoff from Aeroparque Camet, Mar del Plata, AR.
17 killed, one survived.
93149 (MSN 13029) to RAF as Dakota III KG546.  Sold to Indian government
Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CUZ.  W/o Mar 29, 1955 in landing accident at Khowai AP.
93150 (MSN 13030) to RAF as Dakota III KG547.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed
during heavy landing, Leicester East Sep 27, 1944
93151 (MSN 13031) to RAF as Dakota III KG548.  Destroyed by fire after 
undercarriage retracted during takeoff, Castel Benito May 9, 1944.
93152 (MSN 13032) to RAF as Dakota III KG549.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.
93153 (MSN 13033) to RAF as Dakota III KG550.  Returned to USAAF Nov 13, 1946.  To OO-SBB Sobelair “Kamembe”  
(Dec 13, 1946), to CF-ILZ Trans Labrador A/Ls   (Nov 16, 1955), sold  as N45727 (1978)
93154 (MSN 13034) to RAF as Dakota III KG551.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
93155 (MSN 13035) to RAF as Dakota III KG552.  SOC May 31, 1945.
93156 (MSN 13036) to RAF as Dakota III KG553.  Flew into trees 1 mi NE of Imphal
Sep 12, 1944 after both engines failed following takeoff.
93157 (MSN 13037) to RAF as Dakota III KG554 May 1944. Sold to Indian government
Jan 30, 1947.  To Indian Airlines as VT-CVB.  Crashed into a
field shortly after takeoff as a result of slipping into the ground in the course of a steep 
turn to port carried out at night at low altitude.  4 crew, 6 passengers killed.
93158 (MSN 13039) to RAF as Dakota III KG556 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Indian
AF as VP910.
93159 (MSN 13040) completed as C-47B-5-DK.
93160 (MSN 13041)  to N8820, N53V, CF-HGD, N341
93161 (MSN 13042) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  To South Vietnam AF under MAP Nov 3, 1972
93162 (MSN 13043) 
93163 (MSN 13044) damaged Jul 17, 1944 in Indiana and damaged Jul 6, 1946, Chicago MAP, Illinois
93164 (MSN 13045) w/o Mzr 30, 1945 in landing accident at Knolwood, North Carolina
93165 (MSN 13046) 
93166 (MSN 13047) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  To South Vietnam AF Nov 3, 1972.  To Cambodia AF Nov 3, 1972
93167 (MSN 13049) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-370. W/o 1968
93168 (MSN 13050) to USAAF Apr 18, 1944.  To RFC Aug 22, 1946.  To NC41398, then to XB-JIN.  To XC-BIN
Jun 25, 1954.  Back to USA Apr 13, 1973 and registered as N90830.   Went through numerous owners.
Mar 3, 1994  put on display at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Portage, Michigan.
93170 (MSN 13052) to NEIAF as DT-990, callsign VH-RDH.  By 1955 was
PK-DPJ of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV
93172 (MSN 13054) w/o Apr 27, 1945 at Emison Field, Indiana. 2 lost.
93174 (MSN 13056) to NC88726, sold to FAA as T-50 May 24, 1947.
93178 (MSN 13061) by 1955 was VT-CTZ of Indian Airlines Corp.
93186 (MSN 13070) to civil registry as NC88740, N88740, CF-IMA,
C-FIMA, N844TH, N582LA, then back on civil registry as N844TH.
93189 (MSN 13073) on civil registry as N86U.  Was derelict at 
Wiener Neustadt Airbase Feb 1988 to 1995.  Acquired
by the 1st Austrian DC-3 Dakota Club in 1995 and registered
OE-LBC and marked as Austrian Airlines and now displayed
next to the terminal at W. A. Mozart IAP, Salsburg.
93190 (MSN 13074) to OB-R-811, N4731S, N902VC and YV-670C
93191 (MSN 13075) w/o Jan 16, 1945 near Brownfield, Georgia.  4 lost
93192 (MSN 13076) w/o Jun 15, 1944 in crash due to engine fire 7 mi NW of North Vernon, Indiana.  3 lost.
93193 (MSN 13077) w/o Jul 6, 1944 at Fulton MAP, New York
93194 (MSN 13079) to Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17199
93197 (MSN 13082) to RAAF as A65-50 (VH-CIF).  Crashed 8/1954 near Canberra ACT.
93198 (MSN 13083) to RAAF as A65-48 (VH-CID).  To TAA 7/1948 as VH-TAT.
93199 (MSN 13084) to RAAF as A65-49 (VH-CIE).  To Qantas 12/1946 as VH-EAL.
By 1955 was VH-EBH of Qantas Empire Airways Ltd.
93200 (MSN 13085) to RAAF as A65-51 (VH-CIH).  To TAA 9/1946 as 
VH-TAJ "McKinley".  To PK-RDH in 1969.
93201 (MSN 13086) to RCAF as 967.  W/o at Gander Sept 27, 1946.
93202 (MSN 13087) to RCAF as Dakota III 968. Renumbered 12952 (as a CT-129) in 1970.
Sold as C-GCTE
93203 (MSN 13089) to RCAF as 968, later reserialled 12952.  To civil registry
as C-GXAV, and was then to have become N92A but NTU.  Became C-GCTE,
then N7164E, then EC-569, then EC-FIN, then N47FL.  In Feb 2004 was
based at North Weald, England with Aces High Flying Museum 
93212 (MSN 13099) to RNZAF as NZ3518.
93213/93220 (MSN 13100/13107) to Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17200/17207.
93221 (MSN 13109) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2051.  W/o Oct 17, 1956
93222 (MSN 13110) to Salair as N145ZA, to Servicio Aereo de Policia of Colombia
as PNC-212.  Converted to Basler Turbo DC-3, stil PNC-212.  W/o Apr 30, 2003
when overran the hilltop airstrip at Ocana-Aguasclaras Airport in Colombia
and fell down a steep slope and was substantially damaged.
93223 (MSN 13111) to MASDC. To Somalian AF under MAP Aug 24, 1966
93224 (MSN 13112) to Thai AF as L2-36/14 Feb 16, 1971 under MAP.  Converted to
AC-47D by May 1972.  WFU by Feb 1984 and dumped at Lopburi
since at least May 1989.
93226 (MSN 13114) to NC47259, VP-JAP (Jamaica) Oct 30, 1947.  Overshot and crashed into sea
on single-engine landing at Palisadoes Airport Feb 12, 1948, repaired.  To VP-BAP (Bahamas) Feb 18, 1950, 
VP-TBF for British West Indian Airlines (Trinidad and Tobago), 9Y-TBF also for British West Indian 
Airlines, VP-LIL (Leeward Islands), 9Y-TCR for British West Indian Airlines, 
then Jun 16, 1967 purchased by Surinaamse Luchtvaart Maatschappij (SLM) of 
Surinam and registered as PZ-TAX, May 4, 1972 purchased by H. R. Goodman and 
registered in the US as N88750.
93230 (68th TCG) lost Jun 12, 1945.  MACR 14667
93233 (MSN 13122) to Polish AF as No. 8.
93234 (MSN 13123) to MLD (Marine Luchtvaard Dienst--Dutch Navy) as Q-2.
Transferred to AURI
93238 (317th TCG) lost Dec 2, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 14588
93244 (MSN 13134) destroyed Dec 14, 1944
93246 (MSN 13136) to Philippine AF.  W/o Apr 15, 1971 at Basa AB, Manila.
93247 (MSN 13137) to civil registry as NC12 with CAA.  
93248 (MSN 13139) Nov 29, 1946 to F-BAXF for ETAT-Secretariat General
A L Aviation civile et Commerciale.  Jan 10, 1951 to Compagnie Nationale
Air France, Feb 13, 1951 to Societe Air Atlas, leased to Royal
Air Maroc as CN-CCI.  To Royal Moroccan AF as 13139, call
sign CN-ALK.  To Euroworld California Inc of Long Beach, CA
May 19, 1978, bought and on civil registry as N9838A.  Certificate
of registration has been revoked.
93249 (MSN 13140) to TAP (Transportes Aereos de Portuguesa) Feb 5, 1947 as CS-TDG.
In Sep 1958 to Government of Mozambique, operated by DETA (Direccao de
Exploracao dos Transportes Aereos which became Linhas Aereas de Mocambique (LAM) in 1975)
as CR-AGC named "MILANGE".  In 1972 to Portugal Forca Aerea Portugesa as
FAP 6172.  Abandoned in Mozambique in 1974.  Preserved downtown Montepuez, Northern Mozambique (Noted in park
in Montepuez Apr 2003)
93251 (MSN 13142) to French civil registry as F-BAXG and currently pereserved at La Ferte-Alais Airport.  From
1996 to 2004 was painted as 43-15101, which was lost during Normandy landings Jun 6, 1944.
93252 (MSN 13143) sold on commercial market as  N2636.  MAY 57 YV-P-BPF, AUG 75 YV-32CP Mobil Oil Comp.
converted as AMI DC-3 Turbo JAN 96 ZS-NKK with Airworld.  Crashed Aug 24, 1998 with Speed Service Couriers
on takeoff from Pretoria, South Africa.  One killed.
93254 (MSN 13145) w/o Aug 21, 1945 in takeoff accident 7 mi S of Rome, Italy
93255 (MSN 13146) to Polish AF as No. 9.
93257 (MSN 13149) to RAF as Dakota III KG557.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 1, 1946.
Renumbered 12928 in 1970.
93258 (MSN 13150) to RAF as Dakota III KG558.  Returned to USAF Mar 12, 1947.
To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ADJ.  
To Aerolineas Aeroposta.  To Aerolineas Argentinas.  To Lineas Aereas 
del Estado (Argentine AF) as T-09.  Destroyed in 1968.
93259 (MSN 13151) to RAF as Dakota III KG559.  Transferred to RCAF as KG559
Apr 8, 1946.  To Indian AF as BJ767 in 1962.
93260 (MSN 13152) to RAF as Dakota III KG560.  SOC Jul 11, 1946
Listed as being w/o Sep 28, 1945 in Indonesia
93261 (MSN 13153) to RAF as Dakota III KG561.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1947.
93262 (MSN 13154) to RAF as Dakota III KG562. To RCAF Jun 2, 1946.
93263 (MSN 13155) to RAF as Dakota III KG563.  To Canadian government Jun 23, 1946.  To civil
registry as CF-LFR, later C-FLFR.
93264 (MSN 13156) to RAF as Dakota III KG564.  Returned to USAAF Sep 23, 1946.  To Zonas
Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ACI, to
Aerloneas Aeropostas, to Aerolineas Argentinas, to private
operators in Brazil as PP-XEU, to Cruzeiro
do Sul as PP-CDN.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2085.  To Rondonia Industria y
Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-LBK.  To DATA (Dakota Taxo Aereo) as PT-LBK.  Destroyed
while used by DATA  
93265 (MSN 13157) to RAF as Dakota III KG565.  Returned to USAAF Jan 22, 1947.   To VH-SMH and w/o 
Oct 12, 1950 Bungulla, NSW, Australia
93266 (MSN 13159) to RAF as Dakota III KG567.  Returned to USAAF Nov 18, 1946.  To Zonas Oeste y
Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ACQ.  To
Aerolineas Argentinas.  W/o May 20, 1955 while trying to take off 
from Rio Chico (Chaco) Airfield at Santa Cruz on cargo
flight.  On aborted takeoff the plane fell near the airfield.
Both pilots OK
93267 (MSN 13160) to RAF as Dakota III KG568.  To RCAF Jun 16, 1946 as KG568.  To Indian AF as BJ763 in 1962.
93268 (MSN 13161) to RAF as Dakota III KG569.  Returned to USAAF Jun 29, 1946
93269 (MSN 13162) to RAF as Dakota III KG570.  Missing from mission to Arnhem Sep 18, 1944.
93270 (MSN 13163) to RAF as Dakota III KG571.  Transferred to Indian AF as VP911 Sep 25, 1947.
93271 (MSN 13164) to RAF as Dakota III KG572.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  To British European
Airways as G-AKJH, then 3D-AAH, A2-XHR, ZS-KAT and latterly as 3700 with Zimbabwe Air Force
93272 (MSN 13165) to RAF as Dakota III KG573.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
93273 (MSN 13166) to RAF as Dakota III KG574.  Missing fromsupply dropping mission Oct 12, 1944.
93274 (MSN 13167) to RAF as Dakota III KG575.  Tail struck by vehicle while parked, Patenga
Jul 12, 1945.  SOC Jul 26, 1945.
93275 (MSN 13169) w/o Sep 29, 1944 in landing accident at Shingbweyang, Burma
93276 (MSN 13170) 
93277 (MSN 13171)
93278 (MSN 13172) w/o Sep 8, 1944, Exeter, UK
93279 (MSN 13173) to Air France leased to Air Atlas as F-BAXJ, to Deutsche. Flugttpt GmbHB as 
D-CABA, to Skyways as G-APBP, VP-TBW (Trinidad & Tobago), 9Y-TBW for 
British West Indian Airlines, Sep 22, 1967 purchased by Surinaamse Luchtvaart 
Maatschappij (SLM) of Surinam and registered as PZ-TAY. Sep 22, 1970 registration 
cnx and broken up
93280 (MSN 13174) to NC91053 with Morrison-Knudsen and Co. Inc of 
Boise, ID in 1945, then reregistered as N65MK; bought by CASI (Continental 
Air Services Inc, an Asian subsidiary of Continental Airlines) as N650K 
November 1965 and sold to Air Alliance (a rather mysterious 
outfit, ostensibly a Seletar-based brokerage marketing used piston-engined 
transport aircraft) October 1973 and leased to Sahakol Air 1974/5 (Sahakol 
Air/Sahakol Air Cargo, a subsidiary of Bangkok United Mechanical Co, was a 
legitimate firm formed to carry out contract work on behalf of the US Agency 
for International Development, the US Embassy and the US Drug 
Enforcement Agency. It was however, doubtless used as an acceptable 'front' 
contractor for operations in which Air America or CASI would have been seen 
to be 'unacceptably American'). Returned to Air Alliance and to Yemen Airways 
1976 as 4W-ABY.  DBR on landing at Marib, N. Yemen Nov 14, 1978.
93281 (MSN 13175) 
93282 (MSN 13176) to N61724
93283 (MSN 13177) To Hollinger Ungava Transport and operated by Wheeler Airlines
as CF-DME.  After an accident in Canada it was rebuilt as N2719A.
To N7147, to Faucett Peru as OB-PBJ-544, still Faucett Peru as OB-R-544. 
Sold to Peruvian Navy as AT-521.  Sold to Hel Peruano as OB-1756 in 2001.
To Aerolineas de La Paz at Villavicencio as HK-4292.  Still active
43-16133 ... 43-16432
Douglas C-47B-1-DL Skytrain
MSN 20599/20898
16133 (MSN 20599) converted to AC-47.  Transferred to Royal Laotian AF Jun 8, 1970.
16134 (MSN 20600) damaged in landing accident Aug 8, 1945 March AB, California.  To N86444 then to Spanish AF
as T.3-36.  On display at Museo del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid
16135 (MSN 20601) w/o in crash 6 mi Ne of Chanyi, China Apr 9, 1945.
16138 (MSN 20604) w/o Sep 15, 1944, California.  As T-514/CX-BKH of Transporte Aero Militar
Urugayo preserved at Carrasco May 2011.
16140 (MSN 20606) to Philippine AF
16141 (MSN 20607) to civil registry as N54610.  Was on display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT.
Now on display at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.
16143 (MSN 20609) crashed in Wildcat Gulch, California in heavy clouds Nov 11, 1944 during flight from
Hamilton Field, San Rafael to Mines Field, Los Angeles.  12 killed, one survived.
16144 (MSN 20610) w/o Mar 4, 1945 in midair collision with 42-24101 3 mi N of Lawrenceville-George AAF.
16144 crashed, killing 2.  24101 landed OK.
16145 (MSN 20611) converted to SC-47D.  W/o near Burns, Wyoming Sep 24, 1955.  7 killed.
16147 (MSN 20613) first as UN16147, then bailed from the USAF to Air America on June 14, 1961 
as '147' (not B-147).  Numerous accidents, incidents over the years all 
repaired.  Returned to the USAF June 30, 1975, after escaping from Saigon on 
April 29, 1975 and landing in Bangkok, Thailand.  Declared surplus by the USAF 
as of May 1975.  To Thai AF as L2-53/19 in 1976.  SOC Aug 14, 1981.
16148 (MSN 20614) crashed on takeoff Bogota, Colombia Jun 3, 1945.
16149 (MSN 20615) damaged Feb 21, 1946 (grd accident) at Long Beach AAF, Ca
16150 (MSN 20616) damaged in landing accident at Offutt AB, Nebraska Sep 30, 1946
16151 (MSN 20617) crashed into mesa 20 mi SE of Quartzite, AZ Dec 25, 1944 on flight from 
Tucson, AZ to Los Angeles, CA.  All 17 onboard killed.
16152 (MSN 20618) to EP-AAF
16153 (MSN 20619) by 1954 was CP0536 of Lloyd Aero Boliviano SA
16157 (MSN 20623) SC-47B converted to HC-47B-DL in 1962.
16158 (MSN 20624) on civil registry as N8084.
16159 (MSN 20625) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down in South Vietnam May 5 1965.  7 KIA
16160 (MSN 20626) to Philippine civil registry as PI-C490, RP-C490.  WFU at Manila Feb 1984.
16161 (MSN 20627) to N87649
16162 (MSN 20628) to Chile AF May 27, 1947 as FAC-902, reserailled 950
16163 (MSN 20629) to Philippine AF.  To Royal Libyan AF
16164 (MSN 20630) to Vietnam AF
16165 (MSN 20631) to Honduras AF as FAH 314 Jun 1974
16167 (MSN 20633) converted to VC-47B, then to VC-47D
16168 (MSN 20634) w/o Oct 2, 1945 at Washington National Airport due to engine fire.
16170 (MSN 20636) w/o May 20, 1945 at Kalaikunda, India
16174 (MSN 20640) w/o Sep 9, 1944 in takeoff accident at Dinjan, India
16176 (MSN 20642) w/o Aug 29, 1945 in takeoff accident at Luliang, China
16177 (MSN 20643) w/o Sep 21, 1944 at Ledo, India
16178 (MSN 20644)w/o Apr 1, 1945 (Hit by C-87 44-39282 on ground at Kunming)
16180 (MSN 20646) believed w/o in forced landing at Fort Hertz
Field, Burma Jun 16, 1945.
16182 (MSN 20648) w/o Sep 27, 1945 Hsian, China
16183 (MSN 20649) w/o Jul 6, 1944 at Wichita MAP, Kansas
16184 (MSN 20650) w/o Jan 8, 1945 over the Hump
16185 (MSN 20651) w/o Feb 7, 1945 near Chanyi, China
16188 (MSN 20654) w/o Apr 2, 1945 in landing accident at Muse, Burma
16192 (MSN 20658) w/o 23 Jan 1945 (Shot down) North of Namtu, Burma
16195 (MSN 20661) missing Jun 23, 1945, Myitkyina, Burma.  MACR 14685.
16198 (MSN 20664) damaged Feb 7, 1947 in ground accident at Memphis, Tennessee
16199 (MSN 20665) damaged Oct 22, 1946 in crash landing Manila, Philippines
16203 (MSN 20669) by 1955 was F-BELA of Air Maroc
16204 (MSN 20670) w/o Feb 18, 1945 Wau Valley, Papua New Guinea
16205 (MSN 20671) w/o Jan 18, 1945 (ground looped) PNG
16209 (MSN 20675) damaged Sep 21, 1946 in ground accident at Clark Field, Philippines
16211 (MSN 20677) w/o Mar 23, 1946 Banahao Mountains, Philippines.  19 killed.
16213 (MSN 20679) w/o Jun 14, 1946 in landing accident at Kwangju, South Korea.
16215 (MSN 20681) to China as XT-801, to N8421C, to CAT as B-801.
Mar 31, 1959 to Air America.  Jun 1959 sold to US International
Cooperation Agency to be used by Royal Nepal Airlines as 9N-AAC.
Damaged at Katmandu Apr 19, 1964 when ran into a ditch.  Repaired
and sold to Jamair Feb 20, 1965 as VT-DTQ.  In storage at Calcutta
Mar 1977.
16217 (MSN 20683)w/o Mar 5, 1953 (landed short) Cagayande Oroa A/p, Philippines.
16219 (MSN 20685) w/o Dec 30, 1945  reportedly w/o
16220 (MSN 20686) converted to VC-47D
16221 (MSN 20687) w/o Jul 10, 1945 Bagabag, P.I.  (landing)
16222 (MSN 20688) damaged May 4, 1948 Harmon Fd, Guam  (ground accident)
16223 (MSN 20689) w/o Sep 12, 1945  reportedly w/o
16224 (MSN 20690) lost Feb 23, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 12627
16227 (MSN 20693) with Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana.
16229 (MSN 20695) converted to XCG-17 as a glider named
"Nez Perce", with first flight Jun 17, 1946.  Towed by C-54
from Philippines via Okinawa to Tachikawa AB, Japan.  Engines
were later reinstalled in Jun 1946.  WFU Dec 19, 1946.
16230 (MSN 20696, 374th TCG) lost Jun 22, 1945, New Guinea.  MACR 14666
16232 (MSN 20698) converted to VC-47D.  Active in 1980 as N101CA with Coker Airfreight. Registered on Oct 8, 1987 
as N301SF to B J Skyfreight Inc, McAllen Texas until July 30, 2013.  Reportedly current as XA-REH.
16233 (MSN 20699) delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Aug 18, 1944
16234 (MSN 20700) delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Aug/Sep 1944.
16235 (MSN 20701)  delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Aug 18, 1944
16236 (MSN 20702)  delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease late 1944
16239 (MSN 20705) USAAF to CNRRA Jan 4, 1947 as “239” named: “Taiyuan” and re-serialled Jun 1948(?) 
to XT-T502. Re-serialled to XT-805 & W/O Nov 8, 1949
16241 (MSN 20707) w/o Mar 11, 1945 Angeles City-Clark Fd, Philippines. (bombed on ground)
16243 (MSN 20709)  w/o Jan 31, 1946 reportedly w/o
16245 (MSN 20711)  w/o Sep 16, 1949 Mitchel AFB, NY  (landing)
16246 (MSN 20712) converted to VC-47D
16248 (MSN 20714) w/o May 27, 1945, Mayaguana Isle, BWI
16249 (MSN 20715) missing Jan 11, 1952 during night instrument training
flight from Eielson AFB, Alaska.  Wreck not found until summer 1952.
Crew had bailed out but died of exposure.
16250 (MSN 20716) damaged Dec 19, 1945 at Ft Dix, NJ (ground accident)
16251 (MSN 20717)  damaged Aug 14, 1945 Mills Fd, Ga  (grd accident)
16252 (MSN 20718)  w/o Feb 22, 1954 crash 35 miles ENE of Narsarsuaq, Greenland
16253 (MSN 20719) by 1954 was PP-YPC of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
16254 (MSN 20720) to Cambodia AF Aug 14, 1970. crashed in Cambodia 
Jun 1974 and destroyed.
16255 (MSN 20721) to Spanish AF as T.3-34.  To G-BLFK Mar 1984 with Aces High Limited of Fairoaks, Surrey, England
and cancelled Aug 12, 1985 to become N952CA.  Registerd as C-GJDM Nov 27, 1986 but cancelled Aug 25, 1993.
Airframe stored Apr 2009 at Peterborough Airport, Ontario, Canada
16256 (MSN 20722) 2150RES crashed into mountain in Coahuila, Mexico, 75M SW of Del Rio, TX
in bad weather Feb 28, 1949 during flight from Hamilton AFB to Randolph AFB
16259 (MSN 20725) sold to Indian Government Apr 15, 1946
16260 (MSN 20726) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946
16261 (MSN 20727) lost Nov 27, 1945, South Pacific.
16263 (MSN 20729) to NC15709
16265 (MSN 20731)  to N8082, Basler Turbo conversion
16266 (MSN 20732) to Guatemala AF as 535.  Still active in 1997.
16267 (MSN 20733) w/o Mar 21, 1948 crash 11 miles NE of Woodland, W due to engine failure 8 lost
16268 (MSN 20734) Damaged Jun 17, 1946 in landing accident Orly, France
16270 (MSN 20736) w/o Sep 14, 1953 reportedly w/o
16271 (MSN 20737) registered as HB-IRK Sep 10, 1947 (the first use of HB-IRK was 43-48461).  Crashed into Bodensee 
4 mi N of Arbon Jun 18, 1957 during training flight.  9 occupants killed.
16275 (MSN 20741) to Belgian AF as K2, loaned to Belgian congo Police force as KP2 (call sign OT-CWB). 
Force landing near Kolwezi spe 31, 1953 due to lack of fuel.  Remained unrepaired for economic reasons.
Used for ground training of paratroopers at Kolwezi.
16276 (MSN 20742) w/o Aug 22, 1946 in crash 10 mi W of Garmisch, West Germany
16277 (MSN 20743) to NC-47D with US Army Missile Command.  Now with US civil registry
as N236GB
16279 (MSN 20745) to El Salvador AF as 114 Jul 1974. 
16281 (MSN 20747) to HB-IRK (Swissair)  w/o 18 Jun 1957 crash on training flight off Romanshorn  9 lost
16282 (MSN 20748) w/o Aug 28, 1967 reportedly w/o
16283 (MSN 20749) converted to VC-47D.  On civil registry as N87629.
16284 (MSN 20750) To YV-ZAP TACA, to N1848M, to Chile AF “960” Nov 3, 1953 & W/O Jan 18, 1974
16287 (MSN 20753) w/o Jan 16, 1951 at Goose Bay, Newfoundland
16290 (MSN 20756) w/o Mar 14, 1945 Angles City-Clark Fd, Philippines. (bomb on ground)
16292 (MSN 20758)  w/o Oct 10, 1945 reportedly w/o
16297 (MSN 20763) to VH-CHB, then became VR-HDJ. By 1955 was VR-SCC of
Malayan Airways Ltd.  To VR-OAJ in Hong Kong, 9M-ANF, 9V-BAM, XW-PFN and XW-TDK.
VR-O was the registration prefix for Sabah/North Borneo, the part which later became Malaysia
16298 (MSN 20764) to Thai AF as L2-9/96.  SOC May 1988
16300 (MSN 20766) w/o Mar 6, 1945, reportedly w/o
16301 (MSN 20767) to Swiftair, Philippines as PI-C147, later RP-C147
16303 (MSN 20769) to Philippine civil registry as PI-C103, RP-C103.  WFU at Manila Feb 1984.
16308 (MSN 20774) damaged Jul 5, 1946 Tacoblan, Philippines in takeoff accident
16310 (MSN 20776) to Philippine AF.  To PI-C58
16311 (MSN 20777)
16320 (MSN 20786) in midair collision with 43-15483 Apr 25, 1945 4 mi SW of Angeles, Luzon, Phillippines.
16322 (MSN 20788) crashed on landing at Kerowagi.  Date?
16324 (MSN 20790) to Philippine AF
16325 (MSN 20791) w/o Nov 7, 1944 Morotai Island, Indonesia
16326 (MSN 20792) to Lalasia Singapore Airways Mar 1947 as VR-SCB.
Bought by Jamair as VT-CQL Dec 1947.  Aug 1953 to Indian AF
as BJ973
16328 (MSN 20794) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1951.  To VH-HFR after
having run off runway into sea at Hong Kong.  To B-245 Oct 1, 1963.  To US civil registry as N85AC Apr 10, 1974.
16332 (374th TCG) lost Nov 25, 1945, SW Pacific
16335 (MSN 20801) w/o Nov 2, 1945, reportedly w/o
16337 (MSN 20803)  delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Aug 16, 1944
16338 (MSN 20804)  delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Aug 13, 1944
16339 (MSN 20805/DL4192) transferred to Chinese government (CAA-MOC, Chungking) under Lend-Lease Aug 16, 1944, 
leased to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC).  W/o Oct 7, 1944 in accident (20 mi W of Sdadiya)
leaving Dinjan, China enroute to Suifu when a violent thunderstorm tore the wing off the plane.  All 3
crew killed. 
16340 (MSN 20806/DL4193) transferred to Chinese government (CAA-MOC, Chungking) under Lend Lease and delivered Jul 31, 1944.
Leased to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) CNAC #100.  Turned over by CNAC to CAT on Nov 23, 1949, 
Initially 15 Feb. 1950 reg. N8350C, (number indicates ex CNAC) later renumbered XT-20 - C.L. Chennault and W. Willaur registered 
December 1949.  In 1950's converted 27 May 1953 by Grand Central Aircraft Co. in Glendale, CA along the way it was registered N37800. 
Then to S.A. Tampos and G. Nash (Viewmaster windows) 22nd June 1959, then to A. Tampos, Nashua NH July 1969 - Tiburzi Tours 
Inc April 1971 - Club Passport Inc, Pompano Beach FL May 1971 - Air Nashua Corp, Nashua NH (1975) - to Johnson and Johnson 
Co. as N800J, then International Shoe Machine Inc, reg. 06 July 1978 as N8009 based in Nashua, NH. further along the way San 
Francisco Fairmont Hotel, fitted out with a deluxe interior as well as a weather radar, hence the peculiar nose. Then N877MG registered 
on 24 Jan. 1996 for Victoria Forest and Scout LLC (San Francisco,CA) and it was later, on 04 Aug. 1996, reregistered to John T. 
Sessions Historic Aircraft Foundation of Seattle,WA. to whom it is still registered. Currently (2013) registered as N877MG used as both 
a display and an active flying aircraft for the HISTORIC FLIGHT FOUNDATION of Seattle, WA. (Snohomish County Airport 
{KPAE, also known as Paine Field} in Everett, Washington).  The FAA has inadvertently registered the aircraft as serial 
No. 4193, and accordingly some one has fashioned a data plate using this wrong information - the Douglas 
production list does not have this serial number, it is as a part of a series skipped. Causes much misleading information.
16342 (MSN 20808) w/o Aug 31, 1944, reportedly w/o
16343 (MSN 20809) lost Nov 27, 1944. MACR 12602
16345 (MSN 20811) to Philippine civil regiatry as PI-C99, PI-C138, RP-C138.  W/o Davao, Manilia Oct 31, 1984.
16347 (MSN 20813) to civil registry as NC47780.  To Frontier Airlines as N4946V in 1957.  To 
Air Service Co (Iran) in 1961 as EP-AEO.  Ultimate fate uncertain.
16350 (MSN 20816) w/o Sep 28, 1945 Missing between Liangshan & Peishiyi, China
16351 (MSN 20817) damaged in takeoff accident Jun 14,1 945 Myitkyina, Burma
16352 (MSN 20818) w/o Apr 6, 1945 Dinjan, India
16354 (MSN 20820)  w/o Apr 6, 1945 Mu-se, Burma  (landing)
16356 (MSN 20822)  w/o May 22, 1945 crash West of Nanhua, China
16357 (MSN 20823) to Belgian AF K16 (call sign OT-CWG).  WFU in 1972
16358 (MSN 20824) w/o  Apr 6, 1945 reportedly w/o
16360 (MSN 20826) w/o Apr 8, 19456 Hei Cho Mountain, China
16364 (MSN 20830) to N103BL
16366 (MSN 20832) w/o Jan 8, 1945 St Joseph-Rosencrans AAF, Missouri
16367 (MSN 20833) converted to SC-47B
16368 (MSN 20834) converted to AC-47D.  Later to South Vietnam AF.
16369 (MSN 20835).  Converted to C-47D in 1954 by removal of high altitude blowers.  In 1966
registered N2805J with USAF as personal transport for US Air Attache.  In 1971 to USDA.
In Feb 1980 to World Aircraft Museum, Calhou, Georgia based at Mercer Air Museum.  In 1998 to
Dodson International Air, in Aug 2000 to American Flight Museum, Topeka, Kansas.
Now with EAA Warbirds of America as N2805J, painted as 43-770.
16370 (MSN 20836) damaged Jan 20, 1948 Westover AFB, MA  (ground accident)
16372 (MSN 20838)  to N562R
16373 (MSN 20839) to Honduras AF as FAH313 Oct 1974.  Crashed Dec 28, 1981
on takeoff from Puerto Lempira airfield.  3 crew killed.
16374 (MSN 20840) crashed Nov 28, 1945 while on night approach to
McClellan Field, CA and was destroyed.  Most of the passengers
killed were soldiers enroute to being discharged.
16376 (MSN 20842) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150188 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
was handed over to USN Jul 1961.
16377 (MSN 20843) damaged Jan 4, 1946 Newark AAF, NJ  (ground accident)
16378 (MSN 20844) w/o Dec 18, 1946 in crash due to engine failure 2 mi N of Farrara, Italy 
16379 (MSN 20845) converted to AC-47D.  To Fuerza Aerea Dominica as 3407
16381 (MSN 20847) in service in 1972 with Chilean AF as 972.  Later on US civil registry as N2782N
16383 (MSN 20849) struck high ground in poor weather May 12, 1945.  3 killed.
16384 (MSN 20850) to N1682
16386 (MSN 20852) w/o Oct 5, 1949 Mt Mitchell, NC  9 lost (on a flight from Bolling AAF, DC to Brookley AAF, AL)
16387 (MSN 20853) w/o Jan 14, 1945 Gore Field, Montana
16388 (MSN 20854) damaged in landing accident Dec 1, 1944 at Membury, UK
16389 (MSN 20855) On May 9th, 1945 the crew of 43-16389 of the 75th T.C.S., 435th T.C. Gp, 53rd T.C. Wing 
forced down literally, at pistol point, a Luftwaffe 12 seat transport. Later the same day they 'captured' 
and forced to surrender and land, a formation of 5 STUKAS with the same tactic of pulling along side and 
poking COLT 1911's and THOMPSON Machine Guns out the door and windows.
The aircraft was given the name 'STUKA CHASER' by the crew and had 6 white swastikas painted on the nose 
along with the name in white
16390 (MSN 20856) to F-RAZP. 
16391 (MSN 20857) to Paraguayan AF as T-57 in 1967, reserialled FAP-2024 in 1980.
16392 (MSN 20858) on civil registry as N12046.
16394 (MSN 20860) w/o Feb 11, 1945 in crash 5 mi NE of Tangmere, UK.  7 killed.
16395 (MSN 20861) to Libya, later to Turkish AF as 395 in 1974.  Made
forced landing on Erkilet runway due to engine failure Jun 30, 1986.
16396 (MSN 20862) w/o Apr 27, 1949 crash 600 miles W off Stephensville, Newfoundland.  Engine failure-ditched- crew survived
16397 (MSN 20863) w/o Jan 28, 1951 in takeoff accident at Taegu, South Korea.
16398 (MSN 20864) to Belgian AF KP4 (call sign OT-CMB), broken up
in mid 1976.
16399 (MSN 20865) on civil register as N780T.  Service with Air France as F-BEIF and in 1976 with Air Iter Haiti as
HH-CND
16401 (MSN 20867)  delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Sep 19, 1944
16402 (MSN 20868)  delivered to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Sep 24, 1944
16403 (MSN 20869) transferred to China Sep 20, 1944.
16404 (MSN 20870) delivered to China under Lend-Lease Sep 16, 1944.
16405 (MSN 20871) damaged in taxi accident Mar 17, 1945, Naples, Italy
16406 (MSN 20872) damaged Oct 8, 1946 Orly Field, Paris  (ground accident)
16407 (MSN 20873) w/o when hit high grounds near Blue Mounds, Wisconsin Nov 25, 1944.  4 killed.
16409 (MSN 20875) became N8059DP; converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 2). 
Became N607W, then to Colombian National Police as PNC213
16410 (MSN 20876) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Mar 1946 reg 316410 radio call sign F-RAXO, for service in French Indo China. 
Next call sign now F-SDLR, F-RAXU, F-RASF then with F-SCJA, Nov 2, 1965 w/o (DBR) when it crashed near the village 
of Obock, Djibouti.
16411 (MSN 20877) damaged in takeoff accident Feb 9, 1956 Cheyenne AP, Wyoming.
16413 (MSN 20879) to Belgian AF K5 (call sign OT-CNA) then to 
Netherlands AF X-2
16414 (MSN 20880) w/o Oct 16, 1944 El Fasher A/p, Sudan  (landing)
16416  (MSN 20882) damaged 1 Sep 1, 1945 Kunming, China  (grd accident)
16418 (MSN 20884) to Belgian AF KP6 (call sign OT-CNC).  W/o Jun 9, 1957
16420 (MSN 20886) to NC67125
16421 (MSN 20887) w/o Jan 28, 1946 at sea-Pacific??
16422 (MSN 20888)  w/o Sep 29, 1945 crash 47 miles S of Hsian, China
16425 (MSN 20891) to N8333C
16428 (MSN 20894) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation.  Listed as sold May 31, 1946.
43-47963 ... 43-48262
Douglas C-47A-30-DK
MSN 25224/25523 (originally allocated MSN 13779/14078)
47963 (MSN 13779/25224) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11027
47964 (MSN 13780/25225) to Philippine AF
47966 (MSN 13782/25227) by 1954 was PP-AVT of Empresa de Transportes
Aerovias Brasil S.A.
47967 (MSN 13783/25228) to Pan Am, then American Overseas
Airlines (4/46-9/50 named F/S Nairobi) as NC90908, later N90908.  Then by 1954
to Real Transportes Aereos as PP-YQJ, then to Fuerza Aerea
Argentina Nov 29, 1960 first as T-28, then as TC-28.
W/o May 5, 1969 when crashed while attempting to
land at Taller Regional Las Higueras (Rio Cuarte AFB) AR.
5 crew and 6 passengers killed.
47969 (MSN 13785/25230) to MASDC Apr 13, 1970
47971 (MSN 13787/25232 to N19943
47972 (MSN 13788/25233) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11026
47973 (MSN 13789/25234) to NC88825
47974 (MSN 13790/25235) by 1954 was PP-AXI of Empresa de Transportes
Aerovias Brasil S.A.
47975 (MSN 13791/25236) to USAAF, 3PFS, (3rd Sqn IX Troop Carrier Command Pathfinder Group) stationed at Chalgrove in Oxfordshire,
Crashed into Leith Hill, Surrey, UK Nov. 26, 1944 (along with 42-92837, 43-47975) during flight from France to
Chalgrove in Oxfordshire.  13 killed on the 3 planes, only the navigator and radio operator from 43-47975 survived.
47976 (MSN 13792/25237) lost Sep 8, 1944.  MACR 10214
47977 (MSN 13793/25238) missing Aug 29, 1944 Greenland/Iceland
47979 (MSN 13795/25240) w/o Mar 16, 1957 reportedly w/o
47980 (MSN 13796/25241) to Spanish AF as T.3-15
47981 (MSN 13797/25242) used by 492nd BG/856th BS for clandestine operations.  Struck off charge on Jun 4, 1963 under the
Military Aid Program and to Congolese Air Force as 9T-PKD
47982 (MSN 13798/25243) To Air France as F-BAXH May 1947, Air Liban as OD-ABK Jun 25, 1951, Air France Nov 1951,
To N62CC Feb 1993
47984 (MSN 37800/25245) to AN-ACE
47986 (MSN 13802/25247) by 1955 was PP-CCL "Bororo" of Servicos Aereos
Cruziero do Sul
47987 (MSN 13803/25248) to MASDC.  To Gsaaid Feb 7, 196767 as XV-NIL?
47988 (MSN 13804/25249) damaged May 17, 1945, Rosignao, France
47989 (MSN 13805/25250) to France as F-BAXE for Atlas Air (Air 
Atlas/Société Chérifienne de l'Air), then to Royal Air Maroc (CCTA) as 
CN-CCJ. Nov. 14, 1958 landing gear collapsed on landing Tangiers, Morocco and 
it was written off.
47990 (MSN 13806/25251) to F-BAXQ
47992 (MSN 13808/25253) w/o Aug 12, 1944 in crash 5 mi NW of Marlborough, UK due to engine failure.
47993 (MSN 13809/25254) converted to C-47E
47994 (MSN 13810/25255) w/o Jan 1946 off Gunab, Philippines
47996 (MSN 13812/25257) w/o Mar 11, 1945 (grd accident) at Angeles City-Clark Fd, Philippines
47999 (MSN 13815/25260)
48000 (MSN 13816/25261) damaged Oct 18, 1945 Panama 
48002 (MSN 13818/25263) by 1953 was XA-JAO of Mexicana
48003 (MSN 13819/25264) to YV-C-ANQ
48005 (MSN 13821/25266) to MASDC
48006 (MSN 13822/25267) w/o Oct 10, 1957  reportedly w/o
48007 (MSN 13823/25268) to Uruguayan AF Dec 1946 as 507
48008 (MSN 13824/25269) became LN-IAO, then F-BFGL.  To French AF.  To Thai AF in 1958 as L2-23/01.  Converted to Basler 
BT-67 (Basler conversion no 32) and to Thai AF as RTAF008.  Believed reserialled 46155.
48009 (MSN 13825/25270) converted to EC-47Q.  Crashed Nov 10, 1971 at Da Nang AB,
Vietnam.
48010 (MSN 13826/20271) damaged in takeoff accident Jul 26, 1945 at Pope AB, North Carolina
48011 (MSN 13827/20272) w/o Sep 4, 1944, Sedalia Army AF, Missouri
48012 (MSN 13828/25273) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-357. Re-registered as OB-R-1149. Back to
PAF as FAP-357.  Preserved for Peruvian Air Force 
museum. On display at Las Palmas air force base.
48013 (MSN 13829/25274) to RAF as Dakota III KG730. Returned to USAAF Nov 25, 1946
48014 (MSN 13830/25275) to RAF as Dakota III KG731.  Sold Jul 17, 1946, became HC-SBS
48015 (MSN 13831/25276) to RAF as Dakota III KG732.  Returned to USAAF Apr 3, 1947.  To HZ-AAB
48016 (MSN 13832/25277) to RAF as Dakota III KG733.  To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas
Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ACO.  To Aerolineas Aeroposta, to Aerolineas
Argentinas.  To Lineas Aereas del Estado (Argentine AF).  WFU.
48017 (MSN 13833/25278) to RAF as Dakota III KG734.  Returned to USAF Jul 17, 1946
48018 (MSN 13834/25279) to RAF as Dakota III KG735.  Returned to USAAF Feb 20, 1947
48019 (MSN 13835/25280) to RAF as Dakota III KG736.  Destroyed in air raid,
Evere Jan 1, 1945.
48020 (MSN 13836/25281) to RAF as Dakota III KG737.  To KLM as PH-TDT Nov 7, 1946.  Sold as
F-OAFS.
48021 (MSN 13837/25282) to RAF as Dakota III KG738.  Returned to USAAF Jul 3, 1947
48022 (MSN 13838/25283) to RAF as Dakota III KG739.  Returned to USAAF Apr 30, 1947
48023 (MSN 13839/25284) to RAF as Dakota III KG740.  DBR when belly landed at
Dallas, TX Jul 5, 1945 after engine failed during takeoff.
48024 (MSN 13840/25285) to RAF as Dakota III KG741.  DBR when undershot landing
and belly landed, Desborough May 7, 1946
48025 (MSN 13841/25286) to RAF as Dakota III KG742.  Transferred to Egyptian AF
May 29, 1947
48026 (MSN 13842/25287) to RAF as Dakota III KG743.  Returned to USAAF Mar 17, 1947
48027 (MSN 13843/25288) to RAF as Dakota III KG744.  Returned to USAAF Sep 24, 1946.  To G-AIRG
48028 (MSN 13844/25299) to RAF as Dakota III KG745.  Relegated to ground
instructional airframe with serial 6596M Sep 23, 1948.  Presumably
subsequently scrapped.
48029 (MSN 13845/25290) to RAF as Dakota III KG746.  Returned to USAAF
Feb 28, 1946.  To Canada with Doris Yellowknife Gold Mines before going to  
Canadian Pacific Air Lines/Canadien Pacifique May 08, 1946 as CF-BZN, 
to Canadian AL Int'l / Lignes Aériennes Canadien, Oct. 19, 1956 to Trans-Labrador AL, 
to Northern Wings/Les Ailes du Nord, later to Regionair as C-FBZN, later July 06, 1982 
to Trans Fair Inc. Feb. 28, 1989 w/o when it crashed shortly after takeoff, near 
La Grande-LG-4 airstrip, QC (Canada), 2 fatal.
48030 (MSN 13846/25291) to RAF as Dakota III KG747.  Crashed into trees 1 mi
NE of Oni, Nigeria while flying under bad weather Jun 8, 1946
48031 (MSN 13847/25292) to RAF as Dakota III KG748. Returned to USAAF Oct 3, 1946. To G-AIOD
48032 (MSN 13848/25293) to RAF as Dakota III KG749.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 24, 1947.  To Mauritania as 5T-MAC.
48033 (MSN 13849/25294) to RAF as Dakota III KG750.  Transferred to BOAC Apr 28, 1946
for UNRRA, registered G-AHLY May 8, 1946.
Registration cancelled Dec 23, 1947 on sale to Jugoslovenski
Aero-Transport as YU-ABF
48034 (MSN 13850/25295) to RAF as Dakota III KG751.  Sold Sep 16, 1946.
Became PP-ACD.  Later to PP-AXG, w/o at some unknown date. 
48035 (MSN 13851/25296) to RAF as Dakota III KG752.  Missing from supply
dropping mission over Northern Italy Aug 21, 1944.  Was with 267 Sqn and crashed in Sernio Mountain,
24.8 nm N of Udine, Italy during night supply mission for partisan forces.  Aircraft and crash
identified in summer of 2010.
48036 (MSN 13852/25297) to RAF as Dakota III KG753.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 31, 1946.  To VT-CHG 
48037 (MSN 13853/25298) to RAF as Dakota III KG754.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
48038 (MSN 13854/25299) to RAF as Dakota III KG755.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
48039 (MSN 13855/25300) to RAF as Dakota III KG756.  Transferred to
Indian AF Nov 28, 1946 as VP903
48040 (MSN 13856/25301) to RAF as Dakota III KG757.  DBR when caught
fire at dispersal, Tulihal Jan 3, 1945
48041 (MSN 13857/25302) to RAF as Dakota III KG758.  Sold to Indian
government Jan 30, 1947
48042 (MSN 13858/25303) to RAF as Dakota III KG759.  Sold to Indian
government Jan 30, 1947
48043 (MSN 13859/25304) to RAF as Dakota III KG760.  Returned to USAAF
Feb 27, 1947
48044 (MSN 13860/25305) to RAF as Dakota III KG761. Transferred to
Indian AF Nov 28, 1946 as VP919
48045 (MSN 13861/25306) to RAF as Dakota III KG762.  DBR when bounced
on landing, swung off strip and undercarriage collapsed,
Myitke Apr 7, 1945.  By 1954 2as TF-ISH "Gljafaxi"
of Flugfelag Islands H. F.
48046 (MSN 13862/25307) to RAF as Dakota III KG763.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
48047 (MSN 13863/25308) to RAF as Dakota III KG764.  To Indian AF as VP920 Nov 28, 1946.
48048 (MSN 13864/25309) to RAF as Dakota III KG765, to Pakistan AF Jul 8, 1948 as C-408, 
to Hunting Aviation as G-ANZE but unused, to Burmese Air Force as 
UBT-714 (also later regestered as 5714).  Sold in 1978 to Nevada Airlines
and registered as N2271C and converted to cloud-seeding plane.  Used by PMC
Associated Co, Ltd (Thailand) 1980-83,  sold to Miss Panida Veerathanangdeck
of Sausalito, CA Aug 1984.  To Harold Hansen of Seattle in 1991. There was
then an intended sale to an Australian company named UODU Air Pty Ltd for
which the aircraft went to Archerfield AP, Brisbane as N2271C.  The poor
condition of the plane led to plans to acquire two other C-47s from Hanson
being abandoned, and N2271C was left at Archerfield to rot.  Sold to
Airlease Ltd of Oregon Aug 29, 2000, leased to Century Air
as EC=?? but NTU and plane remained at Archerfield.  Still derelict in 
Australia by 2003.  Now listed (2004) as preserved as a part of the RAAF Amberley Aviation
Heritage Center at RAAF Amberley, Australia, Ipswitch, Queensland, Australia
48049 (MSN 13865/25310) was to have gone go RAF as Dakota III KG766,
but was diverted to SAAF Aug 11, 1944 as 6842, no RAF service.
48050 (MSN 13866/25311) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota III KG767,
but was diverted to SAAF as 6840, no RAF service.  Operated by 25 Squadron, AFB Ysterplaat between
1972 and 1993.  The aircraft flew its last flight as a C-47 in May 1992 and first flight as a 
C47TP (Turbo DC-3-65TP) in April 1994. After the conversion, the aircraft was transferred to 
35 Squadron, AFB Ysterplaat. The aircraft total airframe hours is 17 710. Crashed Dec 5, 2012
near Giant's Castle, Drakensbergen range (South Africa).
48051 (MSN 13867/25312) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota III KG768,
but was diverted to SAAF as 6840, no RAF service.
48052 (MSN 13868/25313) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota III KG769, but
to RCAF as KG789.  To TCA as CF-TEG 1946.  On US civil registry as N173RD
48053/48055 (MSN 25314/25316) to Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17235/17237
48056 (MSN 13872/25317) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11025
48058 (MSN 13874/25319) to Vietnam AF
48059 (MSN 13875/25320) to MASDC Feb 17, 1970
48061 (MSN 13877/25322) attached to 815AAFBU at Malden AAF had an accident on Feb 5, 1945. To L'Armée de L'Air 
(French Air Force) reg 348061, call sign F-RAZM, for service in French Indo China. May 14, 1954 written 
off (DBR) in French Indo China.
48062 (MSN 13878/25323) to Imperian Iranian AF Dec 15, 1962.  Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
48063 (MSN 13879/25324) to Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17238
48064 (MSN 13880/25325) to Philippine AF.  To RP-C81 with Manila Aero Transport System.  Crashed shortly after
takeoff at Manila domestic airport Apr 26, 1990.  Burst into flames on landing, 7 killed.
48065 (MSN 13881/25326) to MASDC
48066 (MSN 13882/25327) to MASDC Jul 15, 1963
48067 (MSN 25328) by 1955 was LN-IAF "Fridtjof Viking" of Scandinavian Airlines System.
48068 (MSN 13884/25329) w/o Nov 18, 1945 (t/off accident)  Atlanta AAF, GA
48069 (MSN 25330) crashed Merrill Pass, Alaska Apr 21, 1952.
48070 (MSN 35331) to Imperial Iranian AF as 5-11
48072 (MSN 25333) to FC-47D "Puff the Magic Dragon"  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or
survey Aug 5, 1975.
48073 (MSN 25334) on civil registry as N93043.
48074 (MSN 25335) converted to SC-47B.  To MASDC
48075 (MSN 25336) to MASDC Oct 22, 1968
48076 (MSN 25337) to Philippine AF.
48077 (MSN 25338) w/o Aug 20, 1952 in crash 17 mi SE of Suwon, South Korea due to engine failure.  Crew bailed out.
48078 (MSN 25339) to Zambia AF as AF-11 and on display at Tatang Shan Museum, China.
48079 (MSN 25340) to MASDC Jun 28, 1964.  To Air International Corp Aug 4, 1964
48080 (MSN 25341) to NC203
48081 (MSN 25342) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-358
48083 (MSN 25344) active in 1964 with 36th Tactical Fighter Wing at Bitburg Air Base, Germany and struck off charge on
Jun 3, 1964 under the Military Aid Program. Believed to be used by Air America as 083
48084 (MSN 25345) converted to VC-47A, bailed from the USAF to Air America July 1966 first as 
0-348084, then as '084'.  Numerous accidents and incidents, all repaired. 
Escaped from Saigon on April 29, 1975, but crash landed at U Tapao Royal Thai 
Navy Base, Thailand, 10 miles east of Sattahip on April 29, 1975. It was to 
be returned to the USAF on June 30, 1975 and be declared surplus by the USAF 
as of May 1975.
48085 (MSN 13901/25346) w/o Oct 10, 1951 Warner Robins  Afb, Ga
48086 (MSN 13902/25347) to N638NA, N14MA.  Cancelled on export to France Mar 29, 1991, registered F-WZIG.
To Philippine civil registry as RP-C1352.
48087 (MSN 25348) converted to EC-47Q.
48088 (MSN 13904/25349) to Spanish AF as T.3-16
48090 (MSN 13906/25351)  to MASDC Aug 24, 1964.  To Colombian AF Ap4 15, 1965
48091 (MSN 13907/25352) w/o Jan 27, 1955  (landing ) at Niigata AB, Japan
48092 (MSN 25353) to MASDC Dec 2, 1970
48093 (MSN 25354) by 1953 was XA-GUJ of Mexicana.  Damaged by midair bomb Sep 24, 1952 in flight from Mexico
City to Oaxaca.
48094 (MSN 25355) to MASDC
48095 (MSN 25356) to NC717
48096 (MSN 25357) to MASDC.  To Air International Corporation Mar 7, 1966 for MAP
48097 (MSN 25358) w/o May 31, 1954 Duluth-Williamson-Johnson Munc A/p, MN
48098 (MSN 25359) Jul 14, 1944 delivered to USAAF at Baer AAF, IN; April 1945 to 4000th AAF Base Unit (Air Technical Service Command), 
Wright-Patterson AFB; Nov. 1950 to 1050th Air Base Wing (HQ USAF Command); Aug 1952 to 1401st Air Base Wing (MATS); 
Oct 1957 to 1405th Air Base Wing (MATS), Scott AFB; Aug 1959 to 63rd Troop Carrier (Heavy) Wing (MATS), Donaldson AFB; March 
1963 to 1608th Air Transport Wing (MATS), Charleston AFB; Nov 1966 to 21st Composite Wing (Alaskan Air Command), Elmendorf AFB; 
Oct 1969 dropped from inventory; 1971 to SAC Museum at Offutt AFB; 1998 moved to Strategic Air & Space Museum 
in Ashland, Nebraska.
48099 (MSN 25360) by 1954 was PP-VBN of S.A. Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
48100 (MSN 25361) w/o Mar 25, 1960 crash 2 miles SE of Wiesbaden, West Germany
48101 (MSN 25362) to SVAF, then to Cambodian AF Feb 28,1972, then to Thailand AF as 48101, then to
Thai Navy as 48101 in 1978.  Derelict by May 1997.
48102 (MSN 25363) w/o Apr 10, 1950 (belly landing) at Fairfax Fd, KS
48103 (MSN 25364) to RAAF as A65-59 (VH-CIL).  To TAA 9/1946 as 
VH-TAM "Lansborough".  To Nigeria as VR-NCL in 1957, and then 5N-AAL
48104 (MSN 25365) to RAAF as A65-56 (CH-CIJ).  Crashed into sea 9/1945 near
Milne Bay, PNG.
48105 (MSN 25366) to RAAF as A65-58 (VH-CIK).  To TAA 9/1946 as 
VH-TAL "Hawn".  To Nigeria in 1957 as VR-NCK and then 5N-AAK
48106 (MSN 25367) to RAAF as A65-57 (VH-CUR).  To Qantas 12/1946 as VH-EAO.
Re-registered as VH-EBX in 1957, then to TAA as VH-SBH in 1960, then
to NEIAF as X-18 in 1962, and then back to Qantas as VH-EDD in 1964.
Withdrawn from use in 1977.
48107 (MSN 13923/25368) to RCAF as Dakota 973.  Renumbered 12956 in 1970.  To C-GWMY then N34748Y, cancelled 
Apr 17, 1991 on export to France, to F-WZIR, and latterly to Philippine registry as RP-C1354
48108 (MSN 25369) to RCAF as Dakota 974.  To civilian market as CF-AAC in 1964.
48109 (MSN 25370) to RCAF as Dakota 971
48110 (MSN 25371) to RCAF as Dakota 972.  Renumbered 12955 in 1970.
48111 (MSN 25372) to N91260
48112 (MSN 25373) to RNZAF as NZ3520
48113 (MSN 25734) to RNZAF as NZ3521
48114 (MSN 25375) to RNZAF as NZ3522
48115 (MSN 25376) to RNZAF as NZ3523
48116 (MSN 25377) to RNZAF as NZ3524
48131 (MSN 13947/25392) to Uruguayan AF Nov 22, 1960 as G4-512. Operated by Transporte Aereo Militar
Uruguayo-Tamu as No 512.   W/o Aug 1, 1974.  There is another report that this aircraft was retired
Jul 16, 1974 and that the fuselage is preserved at Batallon de Infanteria Paracaidistas No. 14 at Toledo.
Bob Ogden records C-47 MSN 33392 [44-77060] at the Museo Aeronautico, Montevideo which may have been mistaken for MSN 25392.
48133 (MSN 25394) converted to C-47E.   To N94450.
48134 (MSN 25395) w/o Se 7, 1951 in crash 5 mi SW of Eielson AB, Alaska
48135 (MSN 25396) to MASDC May 31, 1969
48136 (MSN 25397) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2025.  To Club Nautico
Agua Limpa as PT-KVI.  Broken up
48137 (MSN 25398) to MASDC
48138 (MSN 13954/25399) to US civil registry as N86451.  To Spanish AF as T.3-48.  Registered to Warbirds of Great 
Britain Limited of Blackbushe, Surrey, England November 23, 1977 but cancelled Feb 14, 1978.  Last registered 
with Zaire civil registry as 9Q-CRL
48139 (MSN 25400) to AC-47D.  W/o Dec 3, 1961 in crash 18 mi NE of Aviano, Italy. 4 killed.
48140 (MSN 25401) w/o Jul 15, 1952 Pusan East AB, South Korea
48142 (MSN 25403) w/o Dec 26, 1951 in crash 48 mi E of Redding, California
48144 (MSN 25405) w/o Dec 22, 1951, Nassau, BWI
48145 (MSN 25406) to N6387
48146 (MSN 25407) crashed Sep 24, 1956 Mt. Yale, Colorado
48148 (MSN 13964/25409) converted to Basler BT-67 gunship 
(Basler conversion no 16) and to El Salvadorean AF as FAES.117
48149 (MSN 13965/25410) to French AF.  To Thai AF 1957. W/o at Sakhon Nakhon Feb 28, 1984
48150 (MSN 13966/25411) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 14, 1962.  Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
48151 (MSN 25412) to Vietnam AF
48152 (MSN 25413) to MASDC
48153 (MSN 25414) converted to RC-47N. from RC-47N.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Aug 5, 1975.
48154 (MSN 25415) to Philippine AF.  To RP-C845
48155 (MSN 13971/25416) on civil registry as N49472, leased to Brazilian
AF as FAB 2033.  Returned to N49472.
48157 (MSN 13973/25418) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2036.  To N4948J
48158 (MSN 25419) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  To MAP Aug 22, 1972.
48159 (MSN 25420) to Royal Lao AF as 0-48159 on Jul 17, 1964
48160 (MSN 25421) to MASDC May 18, 1971.
48161 (MSN 25422) by 1955 was N91008 of Alaska Airlines
48163 (MSN 25424) to Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17239
48164 (MSN 13980/25425) to Guatemala AF as 540.  WFU Dec 2006
48165 (MSN 13981/25426) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2037.  W/o Aug 27, 1966 at
Altamira, PA, Brazil.
48166 (MSN 13982/25427) to VH-BHD, VH-INM, F-OANI, D-CADO, G-41-2-67 (a British
Class B registration) SAFAF 203, PK-WWI
48167 (MSN 13983/25428) by 1954 was PI-C2, later RP-C2 of Philippine Air Lines.
48169 (MSN 13985/25430) to Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airlines as VR-HDW.
Crashed on takeoff Sep 13, 1949 at Anisakan, Burma when right main gear leg
collapsed.
48170 (MSN 13986/25431) by 1954 was PI-C23 of Philippine Air Lines, later to RP-C23
48174 (MSN 25435) by 1954 was PI-C15 of Philippine Air Lines
48177/48185 (MSN 25438/25446) to Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17240/17248
48186 (MSN 14002/25447) to RAF as Dakota III KG770.  Transferred to
USAF Jul 25, 1953.
48187 (MSN 14003/25448) to RAF as Dakota III KG771.  Returned to USAAF
Dec 30, 1946
48188 (MSN 14004/25449) to RAF as Dakota III KG772, returned to USAAF Sep 5, 1944 as 43-48188.  Stored.
To civil registry as N87630.  To Midwest Air Freighters as N395R, leased to
Royale Airlines and returned.  Leased to Millardair as C-GGVU, to AeroSun
International as N800RC, to Pro-Air services still as N800C.  To Transporttes
Aereos de El Salvador (TAES) as YS-43C, to Lineas Aereas del Mar (LAM) Colombia
as HK-3630X, later HK3630.  Last know stored  Bogota-Madrid air base.
48189 (MSN 14005/25450) to RAF as Dakota III KG773.  Returned to USAAF 
May 5, 1947, but probably never left England.  Civilianized as G-AKLL Nov 18, 1947.
Registration cancelled Jun 6, 1950 on sale on Spanish civil registry as EC-WEU.
to Spanish AF as T.3-62 Dec 1965, later EC-AEU.  Now registered as N8041A.  
Preserved in the Auto und Technik Museum in Sinsheim.  Aircraft is painted in a former Lufthansa color scheme
and is marked as D-CADE.
48190 (MSN 14006/25451) to RAF as Dakota III KG774.  Returned to
USAAF Dec 31, 1946
48191 (MSN 14007/25452) to RAF as Dakota III KG775.  Returned to USAAF Aug 23, 1946.  To Philippine civil
registry as PI-C570, RP-C570.  W/o Nov 15, 1974.
48192 (MSN 14008/25453) to RAF as Dakota III KG776.  To BOAC  Apr 28, 1946 for
UNRRA, registered G-AHLZ to May 8, 1946.
Registration cancelled Dec 23, 1947 on sale to Yugoslavia as YU-ABI.
By 1954 was LV-ACF of Aerolineas Argentinas
48193 (MSN 14009/25454) to RAF as Dakota III KG777.  Returned to
USAAF Feb 28, 1946.  Converted to C-47E.  To CF-DGJ
48194 (MSN 14010/25455) to RAF as KG778.  To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas
Argentinas (ZONDA) Jul 17, 1946 registered as LV-ACF.  To Aerolineas Aeroposta
as LV-ACF.  To Lineas Aereas del Estado (Argentinian AF) as LV-ACF,
registered as S-3.  To Government of Argentina as LQ-ACF, then
back to LV-ACF, again to Lineas Aereas del Estado (Argentinian AF) as
T-101.  WFU.
48195 (MSN 14011/25456) to RAF as Dakota III KG779.  DBR when struck on ground
at Prestwick by Dakota KG801 (43-48217) May 5, 1944.
48196 (MSN 14012/25457) to RAF as Dakota III KG780.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1947.  To OO-SBD
48197 (MSN 14013/25458) to RAF as Dakota III KG781.  Returned to USAAF Sep 5, 1944. Damaged Mar 1, 1945
at Aldermaston, UK
48198 (MSN 14014/25459) to RAF as Dakota III KG782.  Returned to USAAF Apr 12, 1948
but probably never left England.  To R. M. Hayes as G-ALBG Jun 1948.
48199 (MSN 14015/25460) to RAF as Dakota III KG783.  To G-AJBH Air Transport Charter Dec 1946.
Returned to USAAF Dec 10, 1946.  TO French AF as 48199 Oct 17, 1952.  To F-BTDD Apr 1973.
48200 (MSN 14016/25461) to RAF as Dakota III KG784.  Ditched off Brazilian coast during
delivery flight Aug 14, 1944 after both engines failed.
48201 (MSN 14017/25462) to RAF as Dakota III KG785.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
48202 (MSN 14018/25463) to RAF as Dakota III KG786.  Returned to USAAF Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CMZ
48203 (MSN 14019/25464) to RAF as Dakota III KG787.  Returned to USAAF Dec 21, 1946.  To VP-CAS, to CY-ACG, to 4R-ACG.
Cancelled by 1970.  [VP-C and CY-A are both Ceylon; 4R- is Sri Lanka]. 
48204 (MSN 14020/25465) to RAF as Dakota III KG788.  SOC May 30, 1946
48205 (MSN 14021/25466) to RAF as Dakota III KG789.  Crash landed 25 mi
NW of Gusau, Nigeria Aug 19, 1944 after running out of fuel
in bad weather during delivery flight.
48206 (MSN 14022/25467) to RAF as Dakota III KG790.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.  TO G-AIBG
48207 (MSN 14023/25468) to RAF as Dakota III KG791.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.  To VT-CCD
48208 (MSN 14024/25469) to RAF as Dakota III KG792.  DBR when struck
motorcycle on landing and undercarriage leg collapsed, Tulihal Jan 17, 1945
48209 (MSN 14025/25470) to RAF as Dakota III KG793.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
48210 (MSN 14026/25471) to RAF as Dakota III KG794. Sold to Indian 
government Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CVC; To 9N-RF2 Nepal Royal Flight; To N64793 Philip J Murray, Honolulu, C of R 21 Jul 21, 
1977; To Ethiopia cancelled USCAR 19 April 1979.
48211 (MSN 14027/25472) to RAF as Dakota III KG795. Sold to Indian 
government Jan 30, 1947
48212 (MSN 14028/25473) to RAF as Dakota III KG796.  Damaged during
air raid, Evere Jan 1, 1945.  SOC Apr 25, 1945.
48213 (MSN 14029/25474) to RAF as Dakota III KG797.  Returned to USAAF
Sep 5, 1944.  To Vietnam AF
48214 (MSN 14030/25475) to RAF as Dakota III KG798, then sold to Indian
government Jan 30, 1947. To VP-CAR, to VT-CLR, to VP-CAR, to CY-ACF "Sita Devi" of Air Ceylon, to 4R-ACF, to 6V-ACA, to CR-GBS 
[VP-C and CY-A are both Ceylon; 4R- is Sri Lanka]. 
48215 (MSN 14031/25476) to RAF as Dakota III KG799.  Flew into hill 24 mi
S of Epinal in bad weather Feb 23, 1946.
48216 (MSN 14032/25477) to RAF as Dakota III KG800.  Destroyed in air
raid at Evere Jan 1, 1945.
48217 (MSN 14033/25478) to RAF as Dakota III KG801.  DBR when engine
failed on takeoff, swung, and struck Dakota KG778 (43-48195)
at Prestwick Aug 5, 1944.
48218 (MSN 14034/25479) to RAF as Dakota III KG802.  Sold May 16, 1946
and became PH-TCR
48219 (MSN 14035/25480) to RAF as Dakota III KG803.  To BOAC Apr 28, 1946 for UNRRA.
To civil registry as G-AHLX, then YU-ABG.  Noted 1989 in Yugoslavian 
National Museum, Belgrade IAP.  Still there in 2005.
48220 (MSN 14036/25481) to RAF as Dakota III KG804.  Returned to USAAF Sep 5, 1944.  To Spanish AF ast T.3-30
48221 (MSN 14037/25482) to RAF as Dakota III KG805.  Returned to USAAF Sep 5, 1944.  To civil registry
as N64784
48222 (MSN 14038/25483) to RAF as Dakota III KG806.  Returned to USAAF Feb 4, 1947.  To G-AJLX
48223 (MSN 14039/25484) to RAF as Dakota III KG807.  RAF record card says
to BOAC as G-AGKC, but this was 43-48330.
48224 (MSN 14040/25485) to RAF as Dakota III KG808.  To RCAF Apr 22, 1946 as KG808.
Renumbered 12947 in 1970.
48225 (MSN 14041/25486) to RAF as Dakota III KG809.  Returned to USAAF Oct 11, 1944
48228 (MSN 14044/25489) to NEIAF as Q0-7
48229 (MSN 14045/25490) to Philippine AF
48230 (MSN 14046/25491) to civil registry as VH-AIH, VH-EBH.  To Thai AF
as L2-15/96.  SOC Jan 15, 1957
48231 (MSN 14047/25492) w/o Sep 21, 1944 Oploo, Holland (shot down by Fw 190)
48232 (MSN 14048/25493) w/o Oct 11, 1944 near Wewak, PNG.
48234 (MSN 25495) at the Aviation Museum in Australia.  Noted 1988 in
Air World, Wangaratta, Australia 
48235 (MSN 14051/25496) to NEIAF as DT-964, callsign VH-RER.
48236 (MSN 14052/25497) to USAAF. On Sep 26, 1944,the aircraft was damaged (DBR) in a crash-landing 
Anua (Bellona Island) Airport (BNY), Solomon Islands.
48237 (MSN 14053/25498) w/o Mar 20, 1945 in takeoff accident at Hollandia, PNG
48240 (MSN 14056/25501) to Fuerza Aerea Colombia as 650 Jul 1944.  Later rebuilt as AC-47 FAC 1650
42841 (MSN 14057/25502) Struck off charge on Jun 3, 1964 under the Military Aid Program
48242 (MSN 14058/25503) w/o Nov 3, 1944 in forced landing at Gweek, UK
48244 (MSN 14060/25505) to US civil registry as N73860.  To Spanish AF as T.3-51.  To G-BFHB Nov 1977.
Cancelled Aug 23, 1978 on export to Yemen
48245 (MSN 14061/25506) to MASDC Sep 2, 1968
48246 (MSN 14062/25507) w/o  Dec 31, 1953  Nome AFB, AK
48247 (MSN 14063/25508) named "Vandra Min Vag" (Going My Way) with 86th Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport
Group in 1944.  Later to Royal Norwegian AF from 1950 until 1974. Registered as N62101 with Shawnee
Airlines Aug 28, 1974.
48248 (MSN 14064/25509) SOC at Athens May 9, 1968.  Became N21669; converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 10). Became N845S.
48249 (MSN 14065/25510) WFU and scrapped
48250 (MSN 14066/25511) to Finnish Airlines (Aero OY) as OH-LCC.  Crashed at night in woods on village of Koivulahti,
Finland Jan 3, 1961 10.5 km from Vaasa runway.  25 killed.
48251 (MSN 14067/25512) to Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force, probably as 5-12.  Ultimate fate obscure.
48252 (MSN 14068/25513) to Turkish AF in 1948/49 registered as 6041 (coded CBK-41).  DBR and w/o at Eskisehir Airport
Aug 1, 1994.
48253 (MSN 14069/25514) DBR and WFU as destroyed
48254 (MSN 14070/25515) to OH-LCF of Finnish Airlines (Aero O/Y). To Finnish AF as DO-4 Feb 27, 1960.
To Keski-Suomen Museum Tikkakoski, Finland as DO-4 May 27, 1982
48255 (MSN 14071/25516) with 20th Tactical Fighter Wing in 1964 and struck off charge on Jun 2, 1964.
48256 crashed into hill near Wiesbaden, West Germany Jul 8, 1948.
48257 (MSN 14073/25518) to MASDC.  To Air International Corporation (for MAP) May 7, 1964
48258 ("Lady Helen") when washed down with gasoline caught fire and half of right wing burned down at 
Poltava, Russia Apr 30, 1945.
48260 (MSN 14076/25521) damaged in ground accident at Orly Dec 9, 1946.
48261 (MSN 14077/25522) to Portuguese AF as FAP 61611 Jun 1961.  In 1975 to
Guinea-Bissau Air Force, probably registered as CR-GBR.  WFU 1975.
48262 (MSN 14078/25523) to USAAF. On 01/10/46 assigned to 323TCS/51TCW damage in a takeoff accident at 
Ciampino AAF, Italy.  
43-48263 ... 43-48562
Douglas C-47B-1-DK
MSN 25524/25823 (originally allocated MSN 14079/14378)
48263 (MSN 25524) to Navy as R4D-6 17249. 
48265 (MSN 22526) on civil registry as N111BC, XA-KAF, TI-AQL
48266 (MSN 25527) to RAF.  To civil registry as N10005.  Reported
substantially damaged at Walworth, WI Aug 3, 2008.
48267 (MSN 14083/25528) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 348257, for service in French Indo China.  Mar 27, 1954 written 
off (DBR) by artillery fire while under repair at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam. French Indo China.
48268 (MSN 25529) lost Sep 24, 1944.  MACR 8946
48269 (MSN 25530) to MASDC.  To Air International Corporation Mar 26, 1965, MAP for Dominican Republic.
48270 (MSN 25531) to US civil registry as N86435.  To Spanish AF as T.3-30
48271 (MSN 25532) w/o Dec 15, 1959 reportedly w/o
48272 (MSN 25533)
48273 (MSN 25534) to MASDC Aug 29, 1960.  To N87652 then N512AC
48274 (MSN 25535)
48275 (MSN 25536) to Uruguayan AF as 510, to CX-BJG Nov 9, 1970.
48276 (MSN 25537) crashed into Connecticut River between
Holyoke and South Hadley, MA Nov 4, 1955.  4 killed, 4 survived.
Carburetor icing and engine failure listed as primary cause.
Aircraft raised from river Nov 9, 1955 and became N6870C
Dec 1956.
48277 (MSN 25538)
48278 (MSN 25539) to French military, with radio call signs as F-RANA, F-RAXW, F-SCHW,
F-SDKA, F-TEFN
48279 (MSN 25540) to French military, with  radio call signs as F-RASH, F-RBFR, F-SKDF, TZ343
48280 (MSN 25541) to French military
48281 (MSN 25542) to French military
48282 (MSN 25543) to French military 
48283 (MSN 25544) to French military
48284 (MSN 25545) to French military
48285 (MSN 14101/25546) To French AF, then F-BTDE, then YU-ABV, then N80714, then TN-ADT, then SAAF 
6880.  Registered Sep 1, 2003 to Dodson International Parts SA P/L of Wonderboom, 
South Africa as ZS-OJM
48286 (MSN 25547) to French AF.  To Air France as F-BAIJ, to TT-LAD of Chad AF
48287 (MSN 25548) to French AF
48288 (MSN 25549) to French AF
48289 (MSN 25550) to French AF
48290 (MSN 25551) to French AF
48291 (MSN 25552) to French AF.  To Chadian AF as 25552/TT-LAB and w/o Jan 6, 1984.
48292 (MSN 25553) to French AF
48293 (MSN 25554) w/o Feb 23, 1951 (landing in poor weather) at Fornebu A/p,,Oslo-no casualties
48294 (MSN 25555) w/o Nov 1, 1963 reportedly w/o
48295 (MSN 25556)
48296 (MSN 25557) w/o Oct 10, 1947 in crash 40 mi SSW of Borja, Peru
48297 (MSN 25558) w/o Feb 23, 1966, reportedly w/o
48298 (MSN 25559) struck tree on finals near Charleston, WVa Apr 8, 1951.  21 killed.
48299 (MSN 25560) w/o Oct 9, 1944, Malden AAF, Missouri
48300 (MSN 25561) w/o Oct 22, 1958 cr nr Harrisburg-Olmsted AFB, PA (on approach in fog struck high grd)  6 lost
48301 (MSN 25562) to Philippine AF. Sold to Manila Aero Transport Systems, Inc
in 1990 as RP-C83.
48302 (MSN 25563)
48303 (MSN 25564) w/o Mar 19, 1947 in crash 52 mi E of Aq Qaleh, Iran
48304 (MSN 25565)
48305 (MSN 25566)
48306 (MSN 25567) to Belgian AF K3 (call sign OT-CWC), then to French AF
48307 (MSN 25568) to N87653
48308 (MSN 25569) lost with ATC, 13045th AAF BU May 17, 1946 while on duty with American 
Graves Registration Service (AGRS), downed in storm between Akyab, Burma, and 
Barrackpore, India, no survivors
48309 (MSN 25570)
48310 (MSN 25571) to Morocco as CN-ALN, then to US civil registry as N54604.  Cancelled on export to
France Mar 29, 1991 as F-WZII.  Then to Philippine civil registry as RP-C1353 and stored at Manila International
Airport Mar 2010.
48311 (MSN 14127/25572) to VC-47B. To US civil registry as N3149F, To Philippine civil registry as RP-C10, 
then RP-C74.   WFU at Manila Apr 1996.
48312 (MSN 25573) to G-AOUD
48313 (MSN 25574) lost Jan 23, 1945.  MACR 11294
48314 (MSN 25575)
48315 (MSN 25576) w/o Dec 25, 1944, Ontario, California
48316 (MSN 25577)
48317 (MSN 25578)
48318 (MSN 14134/25579) converted to VC-47B.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 6161. W/o Jan 8, 1974
when crashed at Vila Cabral, Mozambique.
48319 (MSN 25580)
48320 (MSN 25581) w/o Feb 19, 1946 in forced landing at Sanborn, NY
48321 (MSN 25582) service with 1141st Special Activities Squadron at Vicenza, Italy and crashed on approach to
Roma-Ciampino on Jan 9, 1968.
48322 (MSN 25583)
48323 (MSN 25584) w/o Aug 31, 1947 Rapid City AAF, South Dakota
48324 (MSN 25585) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ801.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 5, 1955
48325 (MSN 25586) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ802.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKA
Sep 21, 1944.  Registration cancelled Feb 1, 1950 on sale to
Aden Airways as VR-AAA.  To Arab Airways Jerusalem as TJ-ABO,
to Aden Airways as VR-AAA again.  W/o Mar 26, 1965 when 
ground looped on landing at Hadibo, (Sootra Island), Yemen.
48326 (MSN 25587) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ803.  DBR in air raid, Evere Jan 1, 1945.
48327 (MSN 25588) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ804.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKB
Sep 21, 1944.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 1950 on sale to
owner in Brazil as PP-XEM, later reregistered as PP-VBT.
48328 (MSN 25589)
48329 (MSN 25590) to RAF as Dakota IV KG806.  Overshot landing over bank,
Castle Donington Feb 28,1945, relegated to ground instructional
airframe with serial 5097M and presumably subsequently scrapped.
48330 (MSN 14146/25591) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ807.  To BOAC as G-AGKC Sep 21, 1944.
Registration cancelled Feb 1951 on sale to SILA as F-VNAE.
48331 (MSN 25592) to RAF as Dakota IV KG808.  SOC Jul 10, 1950
48332 (MSN 25593) to RAF as Dakota IV KG809.  Returned to USAAF Aug 21, 1944.  W/o Apr 13, 1945 Wenigenlupnitz, 
Germany
48333 (MSN 25594) to RAF as Dakota IV KG810.  Stalled and crashed after taking
off with elevators locked, Kuala Lumpur Jan 26, 1959
48334 (MSN 25595) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ811.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKD
Sep 21, 1944.  DBR at Malta Dec 23, 1946.
48335 (MSN 25596)
48336 (MSN 25597) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ813.  Returned to USAAF Nov 4, 1947
48337 (MSN 25598) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ814.  Returned to USAF Jun 22, 1948.  To Turkish AF as 6022
48338 (MSN 25599) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ815.  SOC Feb 26, 1947
48339 (MSN 25600) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ816.  Sold Nov 11, 1952, registered
G-AMWV Dec 4, 1952.  Became EI-APB, then reverted to G-AMWV, WFU
and dismantled at Prestwick May 20, 1969.  Remains to fire dump Aug 1971
48340 (MSN 14156/25601) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ817.  Missing near Mt Bongkok,
Java Jan 14, 1946.  Presumably broke up in cloud.
48341 (MSN 14157/25602) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ818.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
48342 (MSN 14158/25603) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ819. 
W/o Sep 2, 1946 in Barrackpore, India when the aircraft swung off
the runway after a port engine failure, caught fire and burned.
All 18 onboard safe.  No suggestion that the aircraft was formally
transferred to Indian AF.
48343 (MSN 25604) to RAF as KG820.  Returned to USAF Jul 6, 1948.  To MASDC on retirement on Jun 24, 1971
To civil registry as N31214.
48344 (MSN 14160/25605) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ821.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
48345 (MSN 14161/25606) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ822.  Returned to USAAF
Jul 19, 1947.  To Kearsley Airways as G-AKDT (registration cancelled 
Jun 23, 1950, to East Africa Airways as VP-KIF, to Air France as
F-BGOU, leased to Air Djibouti as F-BGOU, returned to Air
France.  To Ethiopian Air Lines as ET-ACZ, to Air Comores
as F-OCRR, again to Air Djibouti as F-OCRR.  To Air Senegal
International as 6V-ACZ.  Last 1977 to Bissau Airways as 
CR-GBL.  Parted out and is now derelict at Bissalanca Airport
at Bissau, Guinea Bissau.
48346 (MSN 14162/25607) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ823.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
48347 (MSN 14163/25608) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ824.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 12, 1952.  To Dutch AF in 1952 as ZU-15, later X-15.  To
Uruguayan AF in 1961 as 516.
48348 (MSN 14164/25609) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ825.  Diverted to SAAF with
serial 6843, no RAF service.
48349 (MSN 14165/25610) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ826.  Diverted to SAAF with
serial 6844, no RAF service
48350 (MSN 14166/25611) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ827.  Diverted to
RCAF as KG827, no RAF service.  Later reserialled 14166.
48351 (MSN 14167/25612) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ828.  Diverted to RCAF
as KJ828, no RAF service. Renumbered 12948 in 1970.
48352 (MSN 14168/25613) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ829.  Transferred to
Rolls-Royce Jun 1, 1949.  Became test bed for Dart turboprop
engine.
48353 (MSN 14169/25614) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ830.  Returned to USAAF
Dec 4, 1946
48354 (MSN 14170/25615) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ831.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947
48355 (MSN 14171/25616) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ832.  Returned to USAAF Aug 31, 1944.
I have MACR 9920 referencing this plane as shot down Sep 19, 1944 at Oosterwijk, Holland
48356 (MSN 14172/25617) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ833.  Returned to USAAF
Sep 14, 1944. converted to FC-47.  Shot down and crash landed near Bien Hoe
Mar 23, 1967
48357 (MSN 14173/25618) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ834.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 31, 1944.
48358 (MSN 14174/25619) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ835.  Dove into ground near
Sileby following engine failure Jan 10, 1945.
48359 (MSN 14175/25620) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ836.  Sold Apr 11, 1958, became G-APML
Apr 17, 1958.  Registration G-APML cancelled Mar 20, 2001 as
"withdrawn from use".  Rear fuselage noted at North Weald
Jan 2006.
48360 (MSN 14176/25621) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ837.  Returned to USAF
Aug 23, 1948.  To Turkish AF as 6055
48361 (MSN 14177/25622) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ838.  Wold Jan 30, 1952,
registered G-AMNW Jan 16, 1952 (date conflict?).  WFU at Southend
Feb 14, 1966 and broken up Jan 1970.
48362 (MSN 14178/25623) transferred to Armstrong-Siddeley Jun 1, 1949,
became testbed for Mamba turboprop engine.
48363 (MSN 14179/25624) to Navy as R4D-6 17250.
48364 (MSN 14180/25625) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ840.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group in 1954.  To 4X-DCA
48365/48377 (MSN 25626 to 25638) to Navy as R4D-6 17251/17263
48379 (MSN 14195/25640) completed as C-47B-2-DK
48380 (MSN 14196/25641) registered to Swissair Feb 4, 1946 as HB-IRG.
To Spantax Oct 1960 as EC-AQE.  Crashed Sep 30, 1972
at Madrid-Barajas Airport, Spain.  Rotated too quickly when
student pilot pulled back on the control wheel abruptly on takeoff.
The No. 1 engine then lost power, and aircraft stalled and
crashed left of the runway.  1 of 6 onboard killed.
48381 (MSN 14197/25642) To MASDC Jan 30, 1970.  Mar 31, 1970 to McClellan AFB,  to ‘MAP’ on May 28, 1970
48383 (MSN 14199/25644) to Mauritania as 5T-MAD
48386 (MSN 14202/25647) w/o 30 May 30, 1955 cr 10 miles NE of Alamagordo, NM  (Hit mountain)   7 lost        
48387 (MSN 25648) to VC-47D, then to AC-47D.  To Vietnam AF in 1971, to Cambodia AF May 9, 1973.
48388 (MSN 25649, RC-47) shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Jul 29, 1966.
48389 (MSN 25650) to VC-47B.  To MASDC
48391 (MSN 25652) with 435th TCG, 78th TCS lost Son, Netherlands Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 9910
48393 (MSN 25654) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150187 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
was handed over to USN in July 1961. 
48394 (MSN 25655) to N2902B
48395 (MSN 25656) lost Sep 27, 1944.  MACR 9621.
48396 (MSN 25657) to Belgian AF K15 (call sign OT-CNF) then to French AF
48399 (MSN 25660) w/o in landing accident at Cottesmore, UK Oct 26, 1944.  I have a photo of this plane with
the French Air Force w/o at Dien Bien Phu in 1954.
48400 (MSN 25661) with 440th TCG, 96th TCS lost Oirschot, Netherlands Sep 23, 1944.  MACR 9839
48402 (MSN 25663) converted to EC-47P from RC-47P. Hit by AAA over eastern Laos and crashed
near A Loui Airfield in South Vietnam Apr 22, 1970.  Two killed.
48403 (MSN 25664) to VC-47B.  Struck off charge on Oct 30, 1970 at Sondre Stromfjord for spares recovery following damage
on arrival in Greenland whilst en route for retirement at MASDC.
48405 (MSN 25666) crashed near Weimar, CA after engine fire Jan 4, 1949.  8 killed.
48406 (MSN 14222/25667).  To Czech AF in 1946 as 8406, to VZLU (Aeronautical
Research and Test Institute) as OK-QZA.  To Germany Comex Import
Export as D-CABE.  To Israel Aircraft Industries as 4X-AOA.  In
1962 to French Navy as 48406, call sign F-YFGK, and then to French
Navy 6, call sign F-YFGF.   Sep 1985 to N95BF and converted to Basler 
BT-67 (Basler conversion no 14). To Colombian Police as PNC-211, reregistered
as PNC-0211.  W/o Feb 18, 2009 at Medellin-Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport
when an explosion occurred as the 27 policemen of an anti-riot squad
were boarding the plane.  Fuselage ruptured and airplane broke in two.
Press reports suggest that the explosion was caused by the inadvertent
explosion of one or more gas grenades that were carried by one of the policemen.
No one was killed, but 8 were injured.
48407 (MSN 14223/25668) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 19695.
48408 (MSN 14224/25669) w/o Jul 4, 1953  S Korea ??
48413 (MSN 14229/25674).  To French AF.  Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 
31) and to Thai AF as RTAF413. Believed reserialled 46154
48415 (MSN 25676, C-47D) went to South Vietnamese AF and returned to USA. 
Photograph in January 1987 issue of 'FlyPast' magazine shows it at AMARC 
still with SVAF markings; caption says it had been at AMARC since September 1968.
On display at Lackland AFB, Texas.
48416 OMSN 25677) w/o Jun 22, 1951 (t/off accident) Fairchild AFB, Spokane
48418 (MSN 25679/14234) to Brazilian AF as FAB-01, then FAB 2009.  In Museu Aeroespacial, Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil.
48419 (MSN 25680/14235) to Brazilian AF as FAB-02, then FAB-2010.
W/o Jun 1972 at Porto Alegre, RS. Brazil
48420 (MSN 25681/14236) to Brazilian AF as FAB-03, then FAB-2011. WFU
48421 (MSN 25682/14237) to Brazilian AF as FAB-04, then FAB-2012. WFU
48422 (MSN 25683/14238) to Brazilian AF as FAB-05, then FAB-2013.  WFU
48423 (MSN 25684/14239) to Brazilian AF as FAB-06, then FAB-2014.
To civil registry as PT-KVM.  Destroyed while with Scalia
Aereo Taxi, Feb 9, 1984
48424 (MSN 25685/14240) to Brazilian AF as FAB-07, then FAB-2015.
Preserved with Forca Aerea Brasileira.
48425 (MSN 25686/14241) to Brazilian AF as FAB-08, then FAB-2016.
W/o May 31, 1945 at Barreiras, BA, Brazil
48426 (MSN 14242/25687) to 4X-AOJ
48427 (MSN 25688) on civil registry as N62101.
49442 (MSN 25703) to US Navy as BuNo 50811
48444 (MSN 25705) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ841.  Transferred to Greek AF
Apr 20, 1947
48445 (MSN 25706) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ842.  DBR when belly landed after
both engines failed, Phuket Island, Thailand Dec 15, 1945
48446 (MSN 25707) to N86410
48448 (MSN 25709) became NC79008.  By 1954 was OD-ABE of Middle
East Airlines SA
48449 (MSN 25710) lost Nov 7, 1944, France.  MACR 11911.
48450 (MSN 25711) to Turkish AF as 6057
48453 (MSN 25714) damaged Dec 13, 1948 Lowry Fd, CO
48454 (MSN 25715) to Turkish AF as 6010
48457 (MSN 25718) w/o Feb 10, 1950, California
48459 (MSN 25720) delivered to SUAAF Aug 1944.  To military museum in Freeland, MI until Dec 1974
when sold.  Mar 1975 to N47071, Nan 1976 to N85FA.  Nov 1982 to N105CA.  In 2007 put on display 
at Champaign Aviation Museum, Urbana, OH.  Civil registration is N105CA, owned by Alta Leasing, Inc.
48460 (MSN 25721) w/o  Sep 3, 1954 crash 191 miles E of Thule Ab, Greenland
48461 (MSN 25722) thougt to have been bought by Alpar as HB-ASA in Apr 1946 and then sold to Swissair Aug 3, 1946.
Cancelled Aug 3, 1946, used for spares.  Registered HB-IRK Aug 3 1946.  Cancelled Sep 10, 1947, scrapped.
Second use of HB-IRK was 43-16271.
48462 was AC-47D gunship testbed
48463 (MSN 25724) to Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 17264
48464 (MSN 25725) w/o Mar 11,1 950 in crash 5 mi SW of Hope, Arkansas
48469 (MSN 25730) w/o Jan 6, 1945 Saint Dizier, France
48471 (MSN 25732) converted to AC-47D.  W/o Feb 18, 1968 in takeoff accident Saigon, South Vietnam
48472 (MSN 25733) to Uruguayan AF as 522 Jul 29, 1967
48473 (MSN 25734, 27th ATG) crashed near Llyn Dulyn in the Carneddau, Wales, UK Nov 11, 1944
while flying from Le Bourget to Burtonwood. Upon nearing Burtonwood, the
crew were told that the airfield was closed due to bad weather and were
told to divert to Valley.  They never arrived.  Wreck found
Nov 22.  4 killed.
48474 (MSN 25735/14290) to civil registry as N8056.  W/o with Phoenix Air Inc Apr 20, 1993 when
the No. 1 engine was shut down at 400 feet following an engine fire warning and smoke in the
cabin.  A forced belly landing was made and the aircraft collided with trees and a fence near
Zephyrhills, FL.  43-48747 was also N8056.
48475 (MSN 14291/25736) to N7780C
48476 (MSN 25737/14292) converted to C-47D, to VC-47D in 1949.  Damaged in accident Washington DC
Nov 24, 1952.  To MASDC.  Jan 11, 1967 to Air International Corp of Miami, converted to C-47D.
To South Vietnam AF May 1967 under MAP.  To Philippine AF May 29, 1973.  Jul 1984 sold to Philair
as RP-C550.  Bought by Victoria Air May 2001.  W/o Oct 17, 2009 when crashed and burned 3.5 mi
SW of Manila-Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Philippines.  Four killed.
48477 (MSN 25738/14293) w/o Jun 10, 1950 in takeoff accident Tulsa MAP, Oklahoma.
48478 (MSN 25739/14294) lost over France Nov 13, 1944.  MACR 10662
48479 (MSN 25740/14295) w/o Jun 234, 1955 near Deftinge, Belgium
48480 (MSN 25741) converted to EC-47P from RC-47P May 31, 1967.  To MAP Apr 19, 1972.
48481 (MSN 25742) to MASDC Jan 30, 1970.  Mar 31, 1970 to McClellan AFB,  to ‘MAP’ on May 28, 1970
48483 (MSN 25744) w/o Mar 5, 1951 on approach to Kadena AB, Okinawa.
48484 (MSN 25745) to Belgian AF K7 (call sign OT-CWD) then back to
USAF.
48485 (MSN 25746/14301) to Honduras AF as FAH 303
48486 (MSN 25747/14302) w/o Nov 10, 1944 in takeoff accident Grove, UK.  W/o May 30, 1955 cr 10 miles NE of Alamagordo, NM.
(Hit mountain)   7 lost  
48491 converted to AC-47B.  To South Vietnam AF.  To Cambodia AF May 1, 1973.
48492 (MSN 25753) to MAP Aug 14, 1970.  Converted to AC-47 in
1973.  Placed in storage at Udorn Jun 1974.  To Thai AF as 
L2-49/18 in 1975.  Allocated to Lopburi for
display Nov 1988 and there until 2002.  Reported shipped to
Oshkosh, WI for Basler conversion.
48494 (MSN 25755) to I-TORI
48495 (MSN 25756) delivered to USAAF Aug 25, 1944.  Assigned Oct 12, 1944 to Europe ATC.  Diverted to Foreign
Liquidation Commission (US overseas disposals).  To Belgian AF Oct 10, 1946.  169 Wing, 367 Squadron (H-CW)
later 15 Wing 20 Squadron (call sign OT-CND) next used as navigation trainer.  Then converted to PC-47B for
use in aerial photography.  Jul 1960 participated in actions in Congo.  To Koksijde for storage Jan 26, 1976.
To Wevelgem Nov 18, 1977.  Registered SU-AZO to Nile Delta Air Service, Cairo but NTU.  Left Wevelgem as F-ODHB
for Arabian Geophysical and Survey Company, Dharan.  Registered Jul 5, 1978 as F-BJHC SA to Hemet 
Exploration of Toulouse.  Shot down Aug 1, 1981 by ground to air missile near Beira, Mozambique,
all 6 crewmembers killed.  Mozambique officials say that the aircraft, chartered by Shell, had departed
from its original route and was considered hostile.  However, the real cause was a lack of radio communication to
the missile battery and a stupid missile operator.  At the start Mozambique officials tried to cover up this fact and the plane 
was declared missing. Only when checked, and only at this time did Mozambique officials admit and advise the plane had actually been shot 
down by mistake, due to the radio failure of the missile battery. 
48496 (MSN 14312/25757) While assigned to Ladd AFB, Alaska had numerous minor accidents.  To Paraguayan AF, used
by Grupo de Transporte Aereo and the TAM at Base Aerea Silvio Pettirossi IAP/Asuncion.  Initially
registered as T-71.  Reserialed as FAP 2014 in 1980.  WFU.
48497 (MSN 14313/25758) assigned to 54th TCS, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.  Apr 21, 1945 had landing accident
approaching Casco Cove, Attu, Alaska when it crash landed in the Weston Mountains while on approach to
Attu Island.  DBR
48498 (MSN 14314/25759) while assigned to 8th TpS, 27th ATG crashed with belly landing at Grove, Berkshire, England Sep
28, 1944.
48499 converted to AC-47D
48500 (MSN 14316/25761) converted to VC-47.  Numerous minor accidents.  WFU and stored at MASDC.  To reclamation
Feb 18, 1965.
48501 (MSN 25762) to Thai AF from Vietnam AF as AC-47D May 30, 1968 as L2-32/11.  Dumped at Lopburi since 1989.
Shipped to Sado Island, Niigata Prefecture, Japan in 2012 for the making of the film "Fly Dakota Fly" that was
made to celebrate 400 years of Japanese-British relations in 2013 and commemorated the recovery of RAF Dakota
FL510 (42-24166), named "Sister Anne" that had force landed on the beach Jan 16, 1946.  FL510 had been
the personal transport of Lord Louis Mountbatten and named after a naval aviation nurse who had nursed
Mountbatten back to good health in Burma.
48503 (MSN 14319/25764) to Spanish AF as T.3-20.  Registered to Aces High Limited of Fairoaks, Surrey, England
as G-BHUC to Apr 30, 1980 and cancelled Nov 17, 1980.  Last registered as CP-1668.
48506 (MSN 25767) completed as C-47B-2-DK.  W/o Mar 31, 1945 in midair collision with B-17 42-37850 Bovingdon, UK
48507/48519 (MSN 25768/25780) to Navy as R4D-6 17265/17277
28520 (MSN 25781) w/o Oct 4, 1957 reportedly w/o
48521 (MSN 14336/25782) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ843.  Sold Sep 2, 1953.
48522 (MSN 14337/25783) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ844.  Transferred to Greek AF Aug 18, 1947.
Served with Greek AF command in Korea 1951-Jun 1953.  Assigned
to 13th Royal Hellenic Air Group.  While in Korea under the support
of 21st TCG, 6461 TCS Det 1 at Kimpo, then Seoul City
48523 (MSN 14338/25784) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ845.  Crashed near Homalin,
Burma Feb 7, 1945 after crew bailed out while lost above cloud.
48524 (MSN 14339/25785) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ846.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48525 (MSN 14340/25786) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ847. To G-AGKE (BOAC) Sep 21, 1944.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
to Aden A/Ws VR-AAB Feb 1,1 950.  To TJ-ABN, JY-ABN, to 5B-CAZ
48526 (MSN 14341/25787) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ848.  DBR when swung and struck
CG-4A after tire burst on landing, Sinthe Mar 3, 1945.
48527 (MSN 14342/25788) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ849.  SOC Mar 22, 1948
48528 (MSN 14343/25789) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ850.  DBR when caught fire
during inspection, Mingaladon Sep 11, 1945.
48529 (MSN 14344/25790) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ851.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
Listed as being w/o Mar 6, 1946 in Bandung, Indonesia.
48530 (MSN 14345/25791) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ852.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 20, 1953
48531 (MSN 14346/25792) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ853.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48532 (MSN 14347/25793) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ854.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48532 (MSN 14348/25793) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ854.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  Then to Pakistan AF as H-719.
Registered G-ANMC Jan 11, 1954.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 1954
on sale to Union of Burma Airways as XY-ADC.  W/o at Thazi Aug 8, 1956.
48533 (MSN 14349/25794) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ855.  Belly landed near
Kabirwala, Punjab Nov 22, 1944 after running out fuel while lost.
48534 (MSN 14350/25795) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ856.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To 4X-FAK/030 IDFAF
48535 (MSN 14351/25796) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ857.  Shot down by Ki 43s near Schwebo Jan 12, 1945.
48536 (MSN 14352/25797) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ858.  Destroyed by fire
when force landed on approach following power loss, Seletar
Jan 17, 1947
48537 (MSN 14353/25798) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ859.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To G-AKNM Dec 1, 1947.  To CF-GDN Jun 5, 1951 (NTU) to OO-SBU Feb 21, 1953.
48538 (MSN 14354/25799) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ860.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 6, 1947.  To G-AKNM
48539 (MSN 14355/25800) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ861.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group May 27, 1953.
48540 (MSN 14356/25801) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ862.  DBR when struck while
parked by Spitfire PL274, Ciampino Sep 13, 1946.  SOC Apr 10, 1947
48541 (MSN 14357/25802) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ863.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To H-713 (Pakistan AF?)
48542 (MSN 14358/25803) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ864. SOC Aug 16, 1950
48543 (c;n 14359/25804) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ865.  Wrecked when sank
back on takeoff and hit ground, Netheravon Sep 13, 1949.
48544 (MSN 14360/25805) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ866.  Sold by RAF
Mar 31, 1953.  Then registered G-AMYT
Apr 1, 1953.  Registration cancelled Jul 16, 1953 on sale
to Central African Airways as VP-YKL "Barotse"
48545 (MSN 14361/25806) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ867.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKE Sep 21, 1944.
Sold to Aden Airways as VR-AAB Feb 1950, then became TJ-ABN,
then JY-ABN, then VR-AAB again, then G-GKE again, then 5B-KAZ,
then G-AGKE for a third time and finally N94718 (N27AA was 
allocated but NTU) Feb 1972.  Reported in 1999 as derelict in
Bahrain carrying false identity of G-AMZZ.
48546 (MSN 14362/25807) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ868, then to BOAC as G-AGKF Sep 21, 1944.
Registration cancelled Jun 22, 1949 on sale to SCA Air Nolis
as F-BEFQ.  Crashed Jan 10, 1950 near Zinder, Niger
48547 (MSN 14363/25808) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ869.  Returned to USAAF 
Sep 13, 1944.  Acquired by USAF Museum, then to Air Power Museum
of Ottumwa, IA in exchange for O-46A 35-179.  Taken by Chris Stoltzfus of Coatesville,
PA in trade from Air Power Museum in exchange for an AT-11 and Stearman N9078H.
Sold Nov 1981 to D'Arlee Inc of McAllen, TX.  Registered N10004. 
Registration N10004 cancelled Feb 2002 when exported to Panama.  Ended up
as HK-4045 and preserved at Villavicencio, Colombia.
48548 (MSN 14364/25809) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ870.  SOC Oct 20, 1947
48549 (MSN 14365/25810) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ871.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKH Sep 21, 1944.
Sold to Iraqi Airways as YI-GKH May 1947, restored to BOAC
as G-AGKH Nov 1947.  Registration finally cancelled Feb 1, 1950
on sale to Aden Airways as VR-AAC
48550 (MSN 14366/25811) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ872.  Returned to USAAF
Jan 14, 1948
48551 (MSN 14367/25812) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ873.  Returned to
USAF Jun 22, 1948.  To Turkish AF as 6019, coded ETI-19
48552 (MSN 14368/25813) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ874.  Sold Mar 17, 1953,
registered G-AMZE Apr 15, 1953.  Broken up for spares at
Burnaston Feb 1, 1964
48553 (MSN 14369/25814) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ875.  SOC May 2, 1947
48554 (MSN 14370/25815) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ876.  Sold Jun 15, 1953.
Became VP-KLC.
48555 (MSN 14371/25816) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ877.  Transferred 
Dec 29, 1949 to Belgian AF K38 (call sign OT-CWQ) then to 
French AF
48556 (MSN 14372/25817) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ878.  SOC Apr 21, 1950
48557 (MSN 14373/25818) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ879, then to BOAC as G-AGKG Sep 21, 1944.
Registration cancelled Mar 8, 1950 on sale to Union of Burma
Airways as XY-ACL.  Crashed and burned out at Mergui Jan 10, 1953
48558 (MSN 25819) to civilian registry as NC68399. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAY-226. 
W/o Playa Viru, La Libertad, Peru Dec 15, 1948.
48559 believed used by Air America as 559.
48561 (MSN 25822) w/o Jun 12, 1946 (landing)  near Samar Fd, Philippines.
48562 to Cambodia AF Aug 12, 1970.
43-48563 ... 43-48912
Douglas C-47B-5-DK
MSN 25824/26173 (originally allocated MSN 14379/14728)
48563 (MSN 14379/25824) to Navy as R4D-6 17278
48564 (MSN 14380/25825) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ880. Sold Apr 19, 1952.
Registered G-AMSF Apr 21, 1952.  At one point carried out trooping
work with temporary RAF serial XF646.  Crashed at Elmdon
Airport, Birmingham, England Mar 5, 1960
48565 (MSN 14381/25826)  to RAF as Dakota IV KJ881.  Transferred to British Ministry
of Aviation Jan 27, 1951 and then to RAAF in 1956, retaining RAF serial.  To civil 
registry as VH-EQB in 1967.  To Royal Lao AF, possibly as 565
48566 (MSN 14382/25827) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ882.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Feb 25, 1953.
48572 (MSN 25833) to CNRRA Jan 4, 1947 (Manila to China) serialled as 572.  W/o Apr 11, 1947 at
Wes Fd, Peiping in ground accident.
48575 (MSN 14391/25836) to US civil registry as N86439. To Spanish AF as T.3-35
48578 (MSN 25839) to civilian registry as N7931C. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBN-659. 
W/o Junin, Peru Aug 24, 1962.
48579 (MSN 25840) to FC-47D "Puff the Magic Dragon"
48581 (MSN 25842) to VT-CYF
48582 (MSN 25843) to Turkish AF as 6007
48585 (MSN 25846) to Belgian AF K9 (call sign OT-CNE) then to 
French AF
48587 (MSN 25848) to F-BEIE
48589 (MSN 25850) 31st TCG) lost Apr 21, 1945, Germany. MACR 13943
48590 (MSN 25851) to Belgian AF KR10 then K10 (call sign OT-CWE),
sold as SU-AZM
48591 converted to AC-47D.  Lost in South Vietnam Oct 2, 1967
48592 (MSN 25853) lost Oct 30, 1944, France.  MACR 11064
48593 (MSN 25854) w/o Feb 6, 1945, China
48595 (MSN 25856) to Ste Aerotechnique Mar 1948 as F-BEIK
48596 (MSN 14412/25857) in minor landing accident with mechanical failure May 14, 1946 at
Payne Field, Cairo, Egypt.  WFU
48597 (MSN 14413/25858) w/o when crashed after engine failure Mar 23, 1945 25 mi SE of Kunming, China
48598 (MSN 14414/25859) w/o while with military.  No date given.
48599 (MSN 25860) to AC-47D, redesignated EC-47D Sep 18, 1962. To Vietnam AF, to Cambodian AF Apr 24, 1972.  
To Philippine AF in 1975.
48602 (MSN 25863) w/o Dec 3, 1945 in crash 10 mi SE of Carlos Pellegrini, Argentina.  14 killed.
48606, 48636, 48806, 48886 completed as C-47B-7-DK
48608 (MSN 25869) to Belgian AF K11 (call sign OT-CWF) then
to French AF.  Now on civil registry as N47SJ
48610 (MSN 25871) became PP-PCV.  By 1954 was PP-YPA of S. A.
Transportes Aeros REAL
48611 (MSN 25872, 27th ATG, 321st TS) crashed 7 min after takeoff Jan 18, 1945
near Le Bourget France.  Of 22 onboard, 4 survived.
48613 (MSN 25874) became SE-BBP "Alkan" (later renamed "Torgny
Viking") of ABA.  Sold as F-OABJ
48614 (MSN 25875) to HB-ATU, to COSARA as May 1948 as F-BEIU, later went to STAEO.  To 
By 1957 was F-VNBU of Air Viet Nam.  To F-VOWH Aerotec, to F-BGBO, to TU-TCL (Mar 1966).  WFU Mar 1972.
48618 (MSN 14434/25879) w/o Sep 12,1 944, South Plains AAF, Texas
48619 (MSN 14435/25880) to Belgian AF Sep 19, 1946  as K-12 (call sign OT-CNC), to OO-CBN (NTU), OO-CBU (NTU).
Returned to USAF Sep 18, 1952.  Went to French AF Sep 25, 1952 as 348619, later 48619. Radio call signs F-RAQE. F-RAPM. F-RCAM.  SOC
Jan 25, 1967 for sale to Israeli AF.  Sale must have fallen through as 
did sale to an American owner for which N12864 was allocated but NTU.
Took up French 'test' registration of F-WAGQ, later F-BSGZ Jun 6, 1972 with Rousseau Aviation.  Eventually
went to an American owner as N18264 Oct 1972 (NTU), then N18257 with St Louis Aviation Oct 17, 1972, then 
to Canadian owner as CF-FSJ Northern Wings Feb 2, 1973. CF-FSJ cancelled May 2, 1995.   
Noted derelict at Sept Ilse, Quebec Aug 1993.
48621 (MSN 25882) to civilian registry as NC62034. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAX-224. 
W/o Rioja, San Martin, Peru Mar 14, 1964.
48623 (MSN 25884) w/o in landing accident Apr 2,1 945, Kutkai, Burma
48625 (1st CCS) crashed Peishiyi, China Jun 28, 1945
48626 (MSN 25887) w/o Nov 28, 1944 (t/off accident) Shinbweyang A/p, Burma
48627 (MSN 25888) to N8335C
48628 (MSN 25889) w/o Apr 19, 1945 in takeoff accident Lashio, Burma
48633 (1st CCS) crashed Lao Ho Kaw, China, Dec 28, 1944
48634 (MSN 25895) lost Oct 27, 1944 Digboi Mountains, Burma.  MACR 9455
48636 (MSN 25897) converted to EC-47Q.  Shot down over Saravane Province, Laos
Feb 5, 1973. Crew of 8 MIA.
48638 (MSN 25899) w/o Jan 28, 1945 in takeoff accident Panghkam, Burma
48640 (MSN 25901) to French AF, Khymer AF
48641 (MSN 25902) completed as TC-47B-5-DK
48655 (MSN 25916) to RAF as KJ886.  To Air Algerie May 1948 as F-BEFP, by 1955 was F-BCYN of Air Algerie.
48662 (MSN 25923) to SX-BAL
48663 (MSN 14479/25924) to Navy as R4D-6 17279
48664 (MSN 14480/25925) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ894.  Sold Jan 12, 1950.
Registered G-AMJU May 25, 1951.  At one point carried out
trooping work with temporary RAF serial XF757.  Registration
G-AMJU cancelled Jan 4, 1970 on sale as 9Q-CIR
48665 (MSN 14481/25926) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ895.   Returned to USAAF May 9, 1947
48666 (MSN 14482/25927) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ896.  Returned to USAAF Oct 7, 1948
48667 (MSN 14483/25928) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ897 Sep 18, 1944.  
Sold Jun 11, 1951.  To civil registry Jun 23, 1951 as G-AMKE for BEA as Pioneer Nov 23, 1951.  
Pioneer was the class name for C-47 Dakota in BEA service.  To Rhodesian
Air Services Oct 1962 as VP-YUU, airline later renamed
Air Rhodesia.  To Zambia Airways in 1966 as 9J-RDR.  No longer
airworthy by 1970 and remained derelict in Lusaka.
In Nov 1999 was reported as a partial fuselage at Johannesburg-Rand.
Currently owned by Phoebus Apollo Investments and displayed
as an attachment to the Phoebus Apollo Aviation building at Rand
48668 (MSN 14484/25929) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ898.  Returned to USAAF Jun 1, 1947
48669 (MSN 14485/25930) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ899.  Shot down by Ki 43s
near Tabingaung Jan 12, 1945.
48670 (MSN 14486/25931) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ900.   To Belgian AF Dec 22, 1948
as K41 (call sign OT-CWT).  W/o Sep 13, 1951. 
48671 (MSN 14487/25932) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ901.  Missing from supply
dropping mission over Burma Jun 25, 1945.
48672 (MSN 14488/25933) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ902.  Crashed after striking
trees during drop run over DZ near Tiddim Sep 12, 1945.
48673 (MSN 14489/25934) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ903.  Returned to USAAF Jul 27, 1948
48674 (MSN 14490/25935) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ904.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48675 (MSN 14491/25936) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ905.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955
48676 (MSN 14492/25937) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ906.  SOC Feb 14, 1950
48677 (MSN 14493/25938) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ907.  SOC Jan 30, 1950
48678 (MSN 14494/25939) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ908.  Transferred to SAAF
as 6861 Sep 27, 1945
48679 (MSN 14495/25940) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ909.  Transferred to SAAF
as 6863 Oct 7, 1945.
48680 (MSN 14496/25941) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ910.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 30, 1953.  Operated by 
UN in early 1960s. Deleted from USAF inventory Jun 5, 1967 as 'destroyed'.
48681 (MSN 14497/25942) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ911.  SOC Jul 7, 1947.
48682 (MSN 14498/25943) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ912.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
48683/48685 (MSN 25944/25946) to Navy as R4D-6 17280/17282
48686 (MSN 25947) completed as C-47B-6-DK.  Converted to AC-47D,
later to South Vietnam AF
48687/48695 (MSN 25948/25956) to Navy as R4D-6 17283/17291
48696 (MSN 25957) to civil registry as N8666.
48698/48702 completed as C-47B-9-DK
48700 to Paraguayan AF as T-77, reserialed as FAP-2021 in 1980.
48701 converted to AC-47D.  Damaged Sep 17, 1971 at Da Nang, SVN.
48702 (MSN 25963) to VC-47B.  Later converted to EC-47P.  Crashed on takeoff
from Pleiku AB, Vietnam Dec 31, 1968. Only one minor injury.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage
or survey Aug 5, 1975l
48703 flying with Miami Valley Aviation, OH.
48704 (MSN 25965) by 1957 was F-OAVR of Air Algerie
48708 (MSN 25969) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D
48709 (MSN 25970) to Turkish AF as 6003
48710 (MSN 25971) to Turkish AF as 6016
47712 (MSN 25973) w/o in landing accident Sep 28, 1944 at Hendon, UK
48713 (MSN 25974) crashed in waters of Cook Inlet, Alaska Sep 2, 1949 during routine instrument
training flight from Elmendorf AFB.  All 7 onboard killed.
48715 (MSN 25976) while assigned to 76th TCS/435th TCG at Welford Park, UK Station 474 had minor accidents
Nov 15, 1944 and Nov 29, 1944.  To MASDC Aug 1969.  To Colombian AF Apr 1976 as FAC-1125.  W/o Feb 17, 1977
when ran off runway at Mitu-Fabio Alberto Leon Bentley Airport, Colombia.
48716 (MSN 25977) delivered to 75th TCS, 435th TCG, 9th AF Sep 30, 1944.  Named "Luck of the Irish".  The plane
flew two Resupply missions over the Battle of the Bulge on December 24th and December 26th, 1944 in which it dropped supplies from 
parapacks as well as from inside the fuselage to the surrounded troops below in the city of Bastogne. It also took part in Operation Varsity, 
the single largest air drop of troops and supplies during a single day, even to date. Over Varsity it towed two Waco CG-4A gliders full of troops.
Overall, it flew in 25 Fully Combat-Operational Resupply Missions in the European theatre from its base in Welford Park, England and 
Bretigny, France. It also flew 13 missions in which it evacuated American, British, French and even German POWs.  Flew at least 96 missions of 
various types, which it had taken part in during the war.  To civil registry as N836M.  As N836M, joined Air Heritage 
Collection at Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Nov 2012.  Was under restoration at Air Heritage, Inc in 2013.
48717 (MSN 14533/25978) to Honduras AF as FAH309. 
48718 (MSN 14534/25979) lost Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 11322
48719 (MSN 14535/25980) to N68CW
48720 (MSN 14536/25981) w/o Apr 16, 1945 in landing accident at Eisfeld, Germany
48721 (MSN 14537/25982) w/o Sep 8, 1947 in crash 4 mi S of Larkspur, Colorado
48722 (MSN 14538/25983) to Uruguayan AF as 518 Dec 19, 1962.
48723 (MSN 25984) to MASDC Aug 29, 1960.  w/o Sep 2, 1949 crash 10 miles E off Anchorage, AK  7 lost
48724 (MSN 25985) to PP-SPV
48725 (MSN 25986) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-307. Transferred 
to SATCO as OB-XAU-654 and later re-registered OB-R-654. 
W/o Yurimaguas, Peru Dec 24, 1964.
48727 (MSN 25988) w/o Jan 5, 1945 near Bourne, UK
48728 (MSN 25989) by 1954 was PP-VBW of S.A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense
48730 (MSN 25991) lost Jun 18 1945.  MACR 14707
48734 (MSN 25995) w/o in takeoff accident Apr 11,1 945 at Breitgny, France
48735 (MSN 25996) to NEIAF as DT-960, callsign VH-REN
48736 (MSN 25997) completed as C-47B-6-DK.  Crashed Nov. 28, 1947 near Trappa, Italy 30 
miles off course in mountains, wreckage discovered eight months later, 20 onboard - all fatal.
48737 (MSN 25998) to RAAF as A65-60 (VH-CUS).  To Stanair Corp in USA 8/1968 as N16891.
Sold to Jetairlines of Australia Dec 15, 1969 as VH-EQN.  Sold
to Department of Foreign Affairs Apr 16, 1970 when Jetair
ceased operations.  Sold to Royal Nepal Airlines Mar 12, 1971
as 9N-AAX.  Probably soon scrapped.
48738 (MSN 25999) to RAAF as A65-61 (VH-CUT).  Crashed 9/1945 near Wissel Lakes PNG
48739 (MSN 26000) to RAAF as A65-62 (VH-CKD).  Crashed 6/1945 Longreach QLD
48740 (MSN 14556/26001) to RAAF as A65-63 (VH-CKN).  Withdrawn 1973.  To PNG Defence Force
1981 as P2-005.  To R. Lang in Australia as VH-PWN in 1993.
48741 (MSN 14557/26002) to RCAF as Dakota 976.  Renumbered 12957 in 1970.
Civilianised as N29BF and converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 
21).  Was intended for Mali AF as TZ389, but crashed at Oshkosh Mar 17, 1997 
following mid-air collision with Bonanza N3657A.  Warren Basler was killed in 
this accident.
48742 (MSN 26003) to RCAF as 975.  Written off Dec 21, 1958.
48743 (MSN 26004) to RCAF as Dakota IV 978.  W/o at Biggin Hill Jan 25, 1945.
48744 (MSN 26005) to RCAF as 977.  Renumbered as 12958 in 1970.
48745 (MSN 26006) Delivered 10 Oct. 1944 to RNZAF as NZ3525. To BOC Unit 19 Whenuapai. To No.40 Squadron, 
Whenuapai. SOC Woodbourne 23 February 1951.Converted to DC-3C standard at Palmerston North, it became 
ZK-AYK Parekareka. Registered as such to NAC (New Zealand National Airways Corp.) on 28 Mar.1951, 
the conversion was not completed until the following December. This DC-3 was converted to Skyliner standards 
as Tauranga in November 1963. On withdrawal from NAC service in mid-1968 ZK-AYK had flown 31,944hrs. 
After storage at Christchurch it was sold through brokers to Laos Airlines, Vientiane on 20 Sep.1969 and departed 
New Zealand on the 23rd. It became XW-TDO as from 6 Oct.1969, but had a short life there as it was written off 
in unknown circumstances on 23 July 1970. (some sources state 29 July 1970 - same result) 
48746 (MSN 26007) to RNZAF as NZ3526.
48747 (MSN 26008/14563) to RNZAF as NZ3527.  To civil registry as ZK-AYL, to Royal Air Lao as
XW-TDH.  To N8056 with Basler and Basler, Oshkosh, WI Oct 8, 1992.   43-48474 was also N8056.
48749 (MSN 26010) force landed in Belgium May 1955 and SOC Jun 26, 1955 for spares.
48758 (MSN 26019) completed as C-47B-8-DK
48759 (MSN 26020) to French AF
48766 (MSN 26027) w/o Jul 23, 1963  reportedly w/o
48767 (MSN 26028) converted to EC-47P from RC-47P May 31, 1967.  To MAP Aug 23, 1972.
48769 (MSN 26030) damaged Mar 1, 1946 (ground accident) Chanute Fd, IL
48770 (MSN 26031) converted to AC-47
48771 (MSN 26032) lost Feb 2, 1945, France.  MACR 12027
48773 (MSN 26034) to Turkish AF as 6098 Apr 24, 1949
48775 (MSN 26036) crashed Zirc, Hungary Mar 16, 1946.  5 killed, 6 injured
48777 (MSN 26038) to Thailand AF as 4877, then to Thai Navy.  Derelict by Oct 1997.
48778 (MSN 26039) missing on delivery flight Oct 9, 1944 over North Atlantic.
48780 (MSN 26041) w/o Oct 7, 1944 in crash 70 mi W of Narsarsaug, Greenland due to engine failure.
48781 (MSN 26042) to F-BEFO
48783 (MSN 14599/26044) to AC-47D.  Sold Nov 27, 1985 to Sanchez Pastran
Marlio Sadelca LTDA, Sociedad Aerea Del Caquetta operated by Costa,
TCA, Sadelca and now Aerovanguardia of Colombia, registered as
HK3199.  Crashed May 25, 2007 when it veered off a wet runway
during landing at the Araracuara airstrip, Acaracuara, Colombia.
No injuries, substantial damage
48784 (MSN 26045) to OO-CBK
48785 (MSN 26046) to Belgian AF KP13, then K13 (call sign OT-CNG)
48786 (MSN 26047) to Turkish AF as 6017
48787 (MSN 26048) to Belgian AF (Feb 1947) OT-CWH, Leased to Sabena as OO-SMD (13 Mar 13-20 Sep 1957)    
damaged on 11 Feb 1958 landing at Paulis, Congo-not repaired, abandoned.
48788 (MSN 26049) to VT-CFK
48789 (MSN 26050) to Belgian AF K18 (call sign OT-CWH).  W/o Dec 1, 1958
48790 (MSN 26051) to N8783
48791 (MSN 26052) to NC79011
48792 (MSN 14608/26053) to Spanish AF as T.3-9
48793 (MSN 14609/26054) to Swissair Feb 15, 1946 as HB-IRD.  Sold to
Israeli user as 4X-ACW May 1, 1950.  To Israeli AF same year
with serial 1708.  Restored as 4X-ACW to Arkia
Oct 1955.  Later on US civil registry as N269LM. Registration N269LM
cancelled by FAA Nov 18, 2008.  Aircraft scrapped at Villeneuve AP,
Edmonton, Alberta
48795 (MSN 26056) became NC79010.  By 1954 was OD-ABD of Middle East
Airlines SA.  Was LR-ABD before OD-ABD (Lebanon prefix changed from LR- to OD-)
48796 (MSN 26057) to NC79009 then LR-ABB
48797 (MSN 26058) to Air Algerie May 1948 as F-BEFP, later to CF-IHH
48799 (MSN 14615/26060) 
48800 (MSN 14616/26061) to French civil register as F-RANG.
48801 (MSN 14617/26062) to EC-47B then FC-47D *Puff the Magic Dragon*.  Redesignated AC-47B
48803 (MSN 26064) to Jul 10, 1953 near Sola AP, Stavanger, Norway in midair collision with F-84.  10 lost
48804 (MSN 26065) to RAF.  Probably used by Field Marshal Montgomery and noted at Copenhagen May 12, 1945
in hybrid USAAF/RAF markings.  Damaged Jul 31, 1947 at Fornebu AP, Oslo, Norway due to engine failure.
48805 (MSN 26066) to VC-47B, converted to C-47D, then to AC-47B.  To Khymer AF in 1973.  Crashed at Battambang
Nov 6, 1973 and w/o.
48806 (MSN 14622/26067) to Republic of China Air Force Jan 26, 1945 as C-51219 "Meiling",
personal aircraft of Madame Chiang.  Later reserialled 7219.  Now on display at 
Chong Cheng Aviation Museum at Taipei Airport, Taiwan.
48807 (MSN 14623/26068) to Paraguayan AF as T-79, reserialled to FAP-2026 in 1980.
48815 (MSN 14631/26076) with 56th Air Defense Group damaged when after takeoff it crashed 8 mi NE of Agana, Guam Sep 30, 1945.
48816 (MSN 26077) completed as C-47B-6-DK
48817 (MSN 14633/26078), NC62040, to TI-1002 in 1946 for Lineas Aeras 
Costarricenses - LACSA.  Crashed into a mountainside Un 15, 1953 (San Ramon 
Mountains) in poor weather enroute to San Isidoro Airport.  9 fatal out of 15 
onboard.
48819 (MSN 14635/26080) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ913.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
48820 (MSN 14636/26081) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ914.  Sold as spares Aug 13, 1953.
48821 (MSN 14637/26082) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ915.  Sold Oct 2, 1952,
registered G-AMVB Oct 4, 1952.  Carried out trooping work using
temporary RAF serial XF647.  Destroyed by fire at Masjid-I-sulaiman,
Iran Oct 22, 1958
48823 (MSN 14639/26084) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ916.  Returned to USAAF Jan 14, 1948.
48824 (MSN 14640/26085) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ917.  SOC Jul 26, 1945
48825 (MSN 14641/26086) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ918.  Missing in bad weather
over Malaya Jun 29, 1946.
48826 (MSN 14642/26087) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ919.  Sold Apr 18, 1952,
registered G-AMSI Apr 24, 1952.  Registration cancelled on sale as
ZS-DHW May 1953.
48827 (MSN 14643/26088) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50745
48828 (MSN 14644/26089) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ920.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947, then to Pakistan AF as H-701.
Registered G-ANLY Jan 11, 1954.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 1954
on sale to Union of Burma Airways as XY-ADD.  Subsequently to ET-AGX.
48829 (MSN 14645/26090) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ921.  Flew into hill on
Huiling Island, China in bad weather during supply drop mission
Mar 1, 1945
48830 (MSN 14646/26091) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ922.  Flew into hill in
cloud 20 mi E of Thandaung, Burma during special duties
mission Jul 30, 1945.
48831 (MSN 14647/26092) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ923.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
48833 (MSN 14649/26094) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ924.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
48834 (MSN 14650/26095) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ925.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  To SX-BAK
48835 (MSN 14651/26096) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ926.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 29, 1953.  To Yugoslav AF as 7312.  Derelict at Zemunki AFB, Zakar, Croatia.
48836 (MSN 14652/26097) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ927.  Crashed on Mount
Victoria, Burma in bad weather Feb 10, 1945
48838 (MSN 14654/26099) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ928.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKI Nov 7, 1944.
Registration cancelled Oct 6, 1949 on sale to East Africa Airways
Corporation as VP-KHK "Kongwa Pioneer".  To French AF as 14654
48839 (MSN 14655/26100) to RAF as Dakota IV KG929.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKK Nov 7, 1944.
Registration cancelled Apr 4, 1949 on sale to Air Algerie as F-OAFQ
48840 (MSN 14656/26101) to RAF as Dakota IV KG930.  Sold Jun 15, 1953,
registered G-ANAE same day.  Carried out trooping work using
temporary RAF serial XF791, then appears to have been associated
with identities TF-SUN and TF-SUO before reverting to G-ANAE
and then legally becoming TF-SUM.  Then became TF-VON, then G-ANAE
again, then VR-ABH Feb 21, 1968
48841 (MSN 14657/26102)  to RAF as Dakota IV KJ931.  Missing in icing
conditions during navigational exercise at night Jan 19, 1945.
48843 (MSN 14659/26104) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ932.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 12, 1952. to NEIAF as ZU-16, later X-16 from
1952 to 1961.  Later on civil registry as N2782G
48844 (MSN 14660/26105) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ933.  Then to BOAC 
as G-AGKJ Nov 7, 1944.  Registration cancelled Feb 1, 1950 
on sale to Aden Airways as VR-AAD.  By 1954 was JY-ABR of
Arab Airways
48845 (MSN 14661/26106) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ934.  Sold Jan 12, 1950.
Registered G-ALXN Jan 19, 1950.  Fitted with Dart turboprop
engines in 1951 and given Class B registration G-37-1.
reverted to G-ALXN and WFU at Southend Jun 18, 1963 and broken
up 1964.
48846 (MSN 14662/26107) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ935.  Then to BOAC Nov 7, 1944 as G-AGKL.
Sold to Aer Lingus as EI-ADW May 1948, restored to BOAC as
G-AGKL Oct 1948.  Registration cancelled Jun 22, 1949 on sale to
STA Extreme Orient as F-OADA.  Transferred to STA Alpes Provence
Jul 1949 and reregistered as F-BFGO.  Became OD-ABN and by
1956 was YK-AAG of Syrian Airways Co.  To Cambodia AF Aug 13, 1970.
48847 (MSN 14663/26108) 
48848 (MSN 14664/26109) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KJ936 but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
48849 (MSN 14665/26110) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ937.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
48850 (MSN 14666/26111) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ938.  To Transair Ltd Jul 22, 1954 as
G-ANTC. To Alares Development Co, Ltd Apr 9, 1959. To British United Airways(Channel
Islands) Ltd Aug 1, 1963.  To Hunting Surveys and Consultants
Aug 30, 1968. To C-GOZA for Kenting Earth Services Sep 19, 1974.  To Kenting
Aircraft Ltd 1975 to May 1977.  To Ken Borek Air 1978.  To Kenting Earth
Services, Ltd Ottawa Nov 1979.  To G-ANTC for Air Atlantique Ltd Jun 6, 1982.
Cancelled Jun 2, 1983.  To N4261P for Skyfreight Air Lines of Hialeah, FL
Jun 1983.  To N124SF Nov 2, 1985, cancelled Mar 1986.  To LACOL of Colombia
Feb 27, 1986 as HK-3215X.  Derelict at Villavicencio's Vanguardia Airport
Feb 2001.
48851 (MSN 14667/26112) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ939.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955.  To Peruvian AF as FAP-877.  
Now on civil registry as N40386
48853 (MSN 14669/26114) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KJ940, but
diverted to SAAF as 6845, no RAF service
48854 (MSN 14670/26115) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KJ941, but
diverted to SAAF as 6847, no RAF service.
48855 (MSN 14671/26116) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KJ942, but
diverted to SAAF as 6846, no RAF service.
48857 (MSN 14673/26118) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50751.
48858 (MSN 26119) to VC-47B
48859 (MSN 14675/26120). To French AF as F-RBNX before going to
South Vietnamese AF.  To AMARC Aug 1968.  To Vintage Aviation, Marion, TX
Sep 1992 as N40386.  Converted to Basler BT-67 N40386 in 2000, firebomber 
version with ventral tank. Basler conversion no 35A.  Acquired by USAF
6th SOS at Hurlburt Field in 2004 as C-47T.  Registered Aug 13, 2007
48866 (MSN 26127) Struck off charge of Oct13, 1964 for spares recovery.
to Triumph Airways of Oshawa, ON as C-GEAJ.
48869 (MSN 26130, 134rd TCG) crashed 40 mi N of Chanyi, China May 5, 1945.  MACR 14362
48870 (MSN 26131) w/o Oct 7, 1952 cr 1 mile N of Northeast A/p, Philadelphia, on approach- 3 lost & 3 ok
48871 damaged Sep 2, 1947 (grd accident) Andrews Fd, MD.  Converted to EC-47P from RC-47P May 31, 1967.  To MAP Aug 22, 1972
48872 (MSN 14688/26133) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50754.
48875 (MSN 26136) damaged Aug 24, 1947 (landing) Memphis Munc A/p, TN.  Converted to C-47E
48876 (MSN 26137) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1956 as L2-19/00.
Converted to AC-47D by Mar 1977.  Stored at Lopburi since 1989.
48878 (MSN 26139) w/o Oct 1, 1945 near Weisensteig, Germany
48880 (MSN 26141) w/o in takeoff accident May 9, 1945 at Rosieres, France
48883 (MSN 14699/26144) to Portuguese AF as FAP 1616 in May 1961.  To Guinea-
Bissau Air Force, probably registered as CR-GBQ.
48884 (MSN 26145) to Turkish AF as 6004
48885 (MSN 26146) w/o Jun 19, 1950 in takeoff accident at Tinker AB, Oklahoma
48886 (MSN 26147) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP Aug 1, 1972. May have been seen in
Singapore in 1987 having come from Vietnam.  Broken up
in 1989.
48889 (MSN 26150) w/o in landing accident Dec 17, 1944 at Stafford, UK
48890 (MSN 26151) w/o Dec 5, 1944 at Hixon, UK in taxi accident.
48891 (MSN 26152) damaged Nov 27, 1945 (ground accident) Wheelus Fd, Tripoli
48892 (MSN 26153) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D.
48893 (MSN 26154) w/o Oct 21, 1945 in crash 2 mi E of Anchorage, Alaska due to engine failure.
48896 (MSN 26157) to Belgian AF K14 (call sign OT-CNH).  W/o in 1947
48897 (MSN 17413/26158) to Pan Am as NC79002.  To Panair do
Brazil as PP-PCK. To Aerotransportes Litoral Argentino as
LV-FYJ.  Crashed  Jan 9, 1964 near Zarate, Buenos Aires, AR
while flying from Rosano.  Encountered severe turbulence and
crew reported a fire in the cabin and planned to make a 
forced landing in Zarate.  Plane tried to land 9 km from
Zarate, hit the ground landing gear first, and the left wing.
25 passengers, 3 crew killed.  2 passengers survived.
48899 (MSN 17415/26160) w/o Mar 16, 1960 at Amatice, Italy.  Four killed.
48901 (MSN 26162) to Alpair as HB-ATI.  Purchased by Swissair
and reregistered HB-IRX in 1947.
48902 (MSN 26163) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or
survey in 1972.
48903 (MSN 26164) w/o Mar 4, 1945 in takeoff accident at Margny, France
48904 (MSN 26165) to AC-47D.  To MASDC.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970.
48905 (MSN 26166) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D
48906 (MSN 26167) completed as C-47B-6-DK, converted to C-47E
48907 (MSN 26168) to Turkish AF as 6009
48908 (MSN 26169) to VC-47B.  Retired to Davis-Monthan AFB on Jun 27, 1971.  Loaned to Khymer AF in 1973.
48909 (MSN 26170) to South Vietnam AF, later to Royal Laotian AF
48910 crashed Fe 7, 1948 in North Carolina.  Plane on display at 101st Airborne Division Museum, Ft. 
Campbell, Kentucky Sep 2003 is a Navy R4D painted to represent 48910.  
43-48913 ... 43-49262
Douglas C-47B-10-DK
MSN 26174/26523 (originally allocated MSN 14729/15078)
49018, 49023, 49028, 49077, 49082, 49087, 
49098,49108,49118, 49128,49138, 49182,49192, 
49202, 49212, 49222, 49227,49232,49237,
49242, 49247,49252, 49257, 49262 completed 
as C-47B-11-DK
48922, 48932, 48952, 49006, 49016 completed 
as C-47B-13-DK
49034/49076 completed as TC-47B-10-DK.
49146, 49226, 49256 completed as C-47B-13-DK
48913 (MSN 26174/14729) to VC-47B, then to VC-47D.  With 20th Tactical Fighter Wing in Jun 1970 and retired to Davis-Monthan 
AFB on Jun 3, 1971
48914 (MSN 26175/14730) w/o Nov 26, 1944 in crash 2 mi E of Leige, Belgium
48915 (MSN 26176/14731) w/o Feb 15, 1946 in takeoff accident 2 mi E of Orlando, Florida
48916 (MSN 26177/14732) converted to AC-47D.  To MASDC
48917 (MSN 26178/14733) to Honduran AF as 315.
48918 (MSN 26179/14734) to US civil registry as N86448.  To Spanish AF as T.3-37
48920 (MSN 26181/14736) w/o Feb 12, 1951 reportedly w/o
48921 (MSN 26182/14737) converted to AC-47D.  Crashed into sea near Cam Ranh Bay,
South Vietnam Apr 26, 1967 afer mechanical failure.  7 killed.
48922 (MSN 26183/14738) by 1954 was PP-VBA of S A Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
48923 (MSN 26184/14739) became N5290.  By 1955 was CV-HVM of
Quebecair, Inc.  To civilian registry as N7148C.
Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PHI-516 and 
later re-registered OB-R-516.
48924 (MSN 26185/14740) w/o Dec 14, 1944 in takeoff accident at Aldermaston, UK
48925 (MSN 26186/14741) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down in Laos Jun 3, 1966, 6 MIA
48927 (MSN 26188/14743) to MASDC
46928 (MSN 26189/14744) to Colombian AF as 653A 
48929 (MSN 26190/14745) converted to AC-47D.  To South Vietnam AF.
48930 (MSN 26191/14746) w/o Jul 26, 1953 Chun Chon AB, South Korea
48931 (MSN 26192/14747) to Belgian AF for spares and sold to French AF as 348931 and was operated.
48932 (MSN 26193/14748) on static display at 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial
Museum at Fort Bragg, NC.
48933 (MSN 26194/14749) converted to EC-47P.  Damaged Dec 3, 1944 (t/off accident) Folkingham, UK
48935 (MSN 26196/14751) w/o Apr 6, 1945 in crash 20 mi NW of Limburg, Germany
48936 (MSN 26197/14752) w/o Jan 23, 1947 in crash 6 mi N of Sand Point NAS, Alaska
48938 (MSN 26199/14754) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 19696
48940 (MSN 26201/14756) w/o in takeoff accident Mar 23, 1950 at Rome-Griffiths AB, New York.  2 killed.
48943 (MSN 26204/14759) w/o May 6, 1945 at Landau, Germany when ground-looped
48944 (MSN 26205/14760) lost Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13686
48945 (MSN 26206/14761) with 509 AG, 393 TS, Crashed 2 mi W of Heerford, TX Dec 1, 1947.
48946 (MSN 26207/14762) to Khymer AF Aug 13, 1970 as 348946
48947 (MSN 26208/14763) converted to EC-47P.
48948 (MSN 26209/14764) to US civil registry as N3261F, to Philippine civil registry as RP-C3, the RP-C74.
destroyed while refuelling at Manila 1982.
48949 MSN 26210/14765) w/o Dec 13, 1966  Vietnam ??
48950 (MSN 26211/14766) on civil registry as N834M
48951 (MSN 26212/14767) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150189 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
were handed over to USN Jul 1961. 
48952 (MSN 26213/14768) to MASDC Apr 9, 1970
48953 (MSN 26214/14769) to JC-47D with AF Systems Command. To MASDC Apr 25, 1970.
48954 (MSN 26215/14770) w/o May 31, 1951 in takeoff accident at Griffin AB, Georgia
48955 (MSN 26216/14771) to N4112, CF-ILS, N7862B then to Spanish civil registry EC-ANV with Subsecretaria de 
Aviacion Civil.  Scrapped Madrid 1980.
48956 (MSN 26217/14772) w/o in landing accident Feb 15, 1945 at Vernouillet, France 
48957 (MSN 26218/14773, C-47J) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150190 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
were handed over to USN Jul 1961. Then back to USAF as 43-48957.  Was at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins 
AFB, GA. but moved 2000 or 2001 to Niagara Falls, New York.  In 2010 on static display at Niagara Falls AFR base, but 
painted up as 43-15851, an original aircraft of the 3rd Combat Cargo Squadron.
48958 (MSN 26219/14774) w/o Dec 18, 1952 crash 19 miles N of Guercif, Morocco
48959 (MSN 26220/14775) converted to EC-47Q.  Crashed on takeoff from Pleiku AB, Vietnam
Sept 30, 1969. Crew suffered only minor injuries.
48960 (MSN 26221/14776) converted to VC-47D, to Khymer AF as 348960 Sep 8, 1970.
48961 (MSN 26222/14777) w/o Nov 11, 1966, South Vietnam
48968 (MSN 26229/14784) to USSR Oct 22, 1944
48969 (MSN 26230/14785) to USSR Oct 24, 1944
48970 (MSN 26231/14786) to USSR Nov 20, 1944
48971 (MSN 26232/14787) to USSR Nov 6, 1944
48972 (MSN 26233/14788) to USSR Nov 30, 1944
48974 (MSN 26235/14790) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ943.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48975 (MSN 26236/14791) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ944.  Wrecked when tire
burst on takeoff, aircraft swung and undercarriage collapsed,
Imphal Jan 28, 1945.
48976 (MSN 26237/14792) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ945.  Sold Mar 1, 1961, To VR-OAI, to 9M-ANE, to XU-HAK. became VR-SEI
48977 (MSN 26238/14793) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ946.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
48978 (MSN 26239/14794) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ947.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 23, 1952.  to Chadian AF as 48978/TT-LAD
48979 (MSN 26240/14795) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ948.  Wrecked when belly landed
in padi field after engine failed on takeoff, Comilla Jan 20, 1945.
48980 (MSN 26241/14786) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ949.  SOC Nov 4, 1948.
48981 (MSN 26242/14797) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ950.  Transferred to Greek AF Aug 18, 1949.  SX-ECD. Was stored by the 
Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority at Athens/ Hellenikon airport, Greece. Now reported at a Russian bar nearby
48982 (MSN 26243/14798) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ951.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
Listed as being w/o Mar 6, 1946 at Jakarta airport, Indonesia.
48983 (MSN 26244/14799) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ952.  To Air Charter as G-AMSR, to
Wenela Air Services as ZS-DJZ operated by Surrey Flying Service,
Suidwes Lugdiens Temp. Regd as VP-YSO for Wenela Rhodesia, Return
to ZS-DJZ for Air Namibia, Temp Reg as KA-TCA (Air Katanga), next to
Genrec as 9Q-CGC, to Inter-Fret Transport Aerien as 9G-CGW, to ITAB (Air
Katanga) still as 9G-CGW.  In 1989 to CS-AZL with Ragusa Aeromundo, leased
to Air Umbrial.  Now on sale in Italy.
48984 (MSN 26245/14800) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ953. Crashed when took off
with rudder locked, Tulihal Aug 5, 1945
48985 (MSN 26246/14801) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ954.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
48986 (MSN 26247/14802) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ955.  Destroyed by time
bomb, Khormaksar May 29, 1965.
48987 (MSN 26248/14803) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ956, then loaned to RCAF as Dakota IV KJ956.  
Renumbered 12949 in 1970.
48988 (MSN 26249/14804) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ957. W/o Oct 23, 1945 when flew into clouds at 14,000 feet 20 mi E of 
Chiranga, India and disappeared.  Aircraft was never found.  American teacher in Burma (2002) was given bone 
fragment by Burmese priest;   DNA testing/investigation by US DOD determined it was remains 
of USAAF pilot 2/Lt V.L.Gibb & it was interred in his native Kansas  (2014);
48989 (MSN 26250/14805) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ958.  DBR when force landed
after engine caught fire, Comilla Dec 31, 1944.
48990 (MSN 26251/14806) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ959.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 27, 1947, then to Belgian AF as K23 
(call sign OT-CNM) then to French AF as 48990.  Then to Mauritania AF as 5T-MAE.  
To Niger AF as 48990/5U-MAB
48991 (MSN 26252/14807) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ960.  converted to AC-47.  To Royal Hellenic AF as C-47 
KJ960 (ex RAF) and was noted in Hellenic AF Museum at Dekelia AB, Athens 1997 and was stated 
to be ex 43-48991. 
48992 (MSN 26253/14808) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ961. SOC Feb 22, 1960.
48993 (MSN 26254/14809) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ962.  Dove into ground
after reporting engine problems during supply dropping mission
Betu Melintang, Kelantan, Malaya Aug 19, 1948
48994 (MSN 26255/14810) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ963.  Returned to USAAF
May 10, 1947
48995 (MSN 26256/14811) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ964.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 29, 1953.			
48996 (MSN 26257/14812) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ965.  DBR when struck
while parked by Beaufighter KW404 Mar 14, 1945.
48998 (MSN 26259/14814) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ966.  Returned to USAAF 
Nov 18, 1946.  Registered to Swissair Jan 30,1947
as HB-IRL.  Sold to owner in Congo 1961.
48999 (MSN 26260/14815) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ967.  Sold Dec 21, 1947 to Air
Maroc (Ste Marocaine De Constructions Aeronautiques) as F-BEIO.
To CATI (Societe Campagnie Aerienne De Trasnports Indochinois)
as F-BEIO.  To Air Outre-Mer (French Overseas Departments and Territories) 
as F-BEIO.   Leased to STAEO (Societe Translantique Aerienne 
en Extreme Orient) as F-BEIO and returned to Air Outre-Mer. 
Crashed on landing at Hanio-Gia Lam Airport, Vietnam Sep 4, 1954.
49000 (MSN 26261/14816) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ968.  SOC Mar 12, 1948
49001 (MSN 26262/14817) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ969.  Returned to USAAF Jun 1,1947
49002 (MSN 26263/14818) to US Navy as BuNo 50759
49003 (MSN 26264/14819) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ970.  Flew into ground
on BABS approach 2 mi SE of Lubeck Mar 22, 1949.
49004 (MSN 26265/14820) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ971.  Wrecked when
crash landed after one prop feathered itself and other engine
switched off in error, Middle Aston Feb 1,1947
49005 (MSN 26266/14821) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ972.  SOC Jul 3, 1950
49007 (MSN 26268/14823) to US Navy as BuNo 50760.
49008 (MSN 26269/14824) to MASDC.  To MAP Nov 1972
49009 (MSN 26270/14825) converted to EC-47P from RC-4P.  To MAP Nov 6, 1972.  To South Vietnam AF
49010 (MSN 26271/14826) converted to AC-47D. To Royal Laotian AF
Jun 8, 1970.  Later to Khymer AF.  To Thai AF from Khymer
AF as L2-46/18 Nov 11, 1975.  SOC Apr 23, 1991.  Derelict at Don Muang
by 1995.  Displayed at Vietnam War Veterans Memorial Museum, Surasri
Army Camp, Kanchanaburi.
49011 (MSN 26272/14827) became NC79001.  By 1954 was PP-PCU of Panair do Brasil
49012 (MSN 26273/14828) diverted to US Navy as R4D-6 50761.  
49013 (MSN 26274/14829) to VC-47B, to RC-47P, then to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 8, 1972
49014 (MSN 26275/14830) w/o Apr 18, 1961 Struck Mt Parker, Hong Kong 14 lost, 1 ok on flight (Hong Kong to Taiwan)
49015 (MSN 26276/14831) to MASDC Jun 17, 1964.  To MAP 1965.
49017 (MSN 26278/14833) to Navy as BuNo 50762
49018 (MSN 26279/14834) w/o Jun 7, 1946 in crash 20 mi N of Agadir, Morocco
49019 (MSN 26280/14835) w/o Nov 10, 1969  reportedly w/o
49021 (MSN 26282/14837) to VC-47B.  Assigned 501st Air Service Group [noted Apr48]
Converted to AC-47D gunship.  Lost Sep 1, 1969, Long Khanh Province, SVN.
Was assigned to the 4th Special Operations Sqdn, 14 SOW, and was attached to the 
4th SOS's unit at Bien Hoa Air Base.  Launched from Bien Hoa 1 on a night patrol 
mission and was directed to assist friendly troops who were under enemy attack about 
20 miles east of Bien Hoa. 43-49021 arrived at the scene and started firing- it was 
subsequently hit in the starboard wing and engine by ground fire and crashed about 900 
feet up on the side of Nui Loc Su mountain (a small volcanic cone about 18 miles east of 
Bien Hoa). The entire USAF crew of 8 were KIA.
49024 (MSN 26285/14840) to VC-47B.  W/o Dec 2, 1959 in crash 10 mi N of Oslo, Norway.  4 killed.
49025 (MSN 26286/14841) to Guatemala AF as 550 Jun 1969.  WFU Sep 2006
49026 (MSN 26287/14842) to VC-47B.  SOC Jul 13, 1965
49027 (MSN 26288/14843) to US Navy as BuNo 50764.
49028 (MSN 26289) damaged Sep 4, 1945 in landing Chungking, China.  Condemned for salvage Sep 4, 1945.
49029 (MSN 26290/14845) to AC-47D.  I also have this as being EC-47D.  To MAP Nov 15, 1967
49030 (MSN 26291/14846) struck high ground near Independence Lake, CA Oct 26, 1950. 4 killed.
49031 (MSN 26292/14847). To Colombian AF as FAC 654A. Converted 
to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 26) and reserialled FAC 1654
49035 (MSN 26296/14851) to Belgian AF OO-AUW  (Jul 1947), to N6903 (Jul 1973), to XB-DIY (Dec 1973) 
to N6903 (Oct 1977)
49036 (MSN 26297/14852) to OO-AUW
49038 (MSN 26299) To N8383 and flown to Turin Caselle Airport, Italy Jun 14, 1988 where it is now displayed
as I-LEON, USAAF serial 41-7816 in 1947 livery of LAI, Linee Aeree Italiane.
49039 (MSN 26300) w/o Nov 8, 1951 in takeoff accident Haneda AB, Japan.
49040 (MSN 26301) w/o Oct 19, 1951 in crash 18 mi NW of Miami AB, Florida
49041 (MSN 26302) w/o Oct 13, 1950 in crash 3 mi W of St Claire, Alabama due to engine failure.
49044 (MSN 26305) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend Lease Nov 15, 1944
49045 (MSN 26306) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend Lease Nov 15, 1944.  Damaged Sep 29, 1947 (landing) Los Caritos A/p, Chile.
To Thailand AF as 49045, then to Thai Navy.
49046 (MSN 26307) to China under Lend-Lease Dec 8, 1944
49047 (MSN 26308) Lend-Lease to French AF
49048 (MSN 26309) Lend-Lease to French AF
49049 (MSN 26310/14865) Lend-Lease to French AF.  To IDF/AF as 036. W/o Jul 10, 1980. 4 killed.
49050 (MSN 26311) Lend-Lease to French AF
49051 (MSN 26312) Lend-Lease to French AF
49052 (MSN 26313) Lend-Lease to French AF
49063 (MSN 26324/14879) as C-FADD of Air Manitoba crashed May 11, 1987 near Pickle Lake, Ontario.
49077 (MSN 26337/14893) damaged May 3, 1945 (landing) Kano A/p, BWA
49078 (MSN 26338/14894) damaged Apr 1, 1947 (landing) Wiesbaden Aaf, West Germany
49079 completed as C-47B-14-DK
49078, 49079 to VC-47B
49081 (MSN 14897/26342) to Iberia Oct 10, 1963 as EC-ASF, to Spanish AF Apr 12, 1966 
as T3-64. Became N1350M October 1981; to Airlift Museum, Frankfurt-Rhein/Main 
Mar 25, 1986 and 1988 on display in USAF colours.  Still there Jun 2004.
49082 (MSN 14898/26343) as HK-3993-_) on display Mar 2014 in Museo Aereo Fenix, Cali, Colombia.
49083 (MSN 14899/26344) w/o Sep 29, 1954 Komaki Afb, Japan
49084 (MSN 14900/26345) w/o Dec 28, 1952 in Tokyo Bay on approach.
49085 (MSN 14901/26346) to Khmer AF as 349085 Sep 24, 1970.
49088 (MSN 26349)  to NC79004 then to Syria as SR-AAD
49089 (MSN 14905/26350) attached to 37AW at Atkinson Field, BGA (British Guiana) had minor accidents on Apr 9,1946 and Jul 7, 1946. 
transferred to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg.349089, call sign F-RAZY for service in French Indo China. 
Dec 19, 1954 destroyed in French Indo China.
49090 (MSN 26351/14906) to MASDC May 7, 1973.  To MAP Dec 1, 1977
49092 (MSN 26353) to Navy as BuNo 50772
49093 (MSN 26354/14909) w/o Nov 25, 1953 Bowling Green, VA
49094 (MSN 26355) to COSARA Apr 1948 as F-BEIT, later to STAEO.  To
Air VietNam as F-BEIT, reregistered as XV-NIE.  W/o Nov 17, 1973
when went missing on flight from Saigon to Quang Ngai.
27 killed.
49095 (MSN 26356) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D. To Cambodia AF May 22, 1973.  To Thai Navy as 49095.  
Noted derelict by May 1997
49096 (MSN 26357) to El Salvador AF as 103 Apr 1963.  W/o Sep 10, 1965.
49098 (MSN 26359) to VC-47B. To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  To Colombian AF under MAP Dec 1, 1977.
49099 (MSN 26360) to civilian registry as N87657. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBO-676 
and later re-registered OB-R-676.
49100 (MSN 26361) to VC-47B, then to EC-47P.  Crashed Oct 8, 1969 due to inflight fire in
mission out of Phu Cat AB, Vietnam.  All crew killed.
49101 (MSN 26362) to NC79007 then to Syria as SR-AAE to YK-AAE Mar 1951 W/o Feb 24, 1956.
49102 (MSN 26363) to N1399N
49103 (MSN 26364) to AC-47D
49105 (MSN 26366) damaged Aug 17, 1950 La Sabana AB, San Jose, Costa Rica
49106 (MSN 14922/26367) assigned to Olmsted AFB, PA. 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 5, 1961 to Jun 30, 1967
Assigned to Langley AFB, VA fire department. To Thai AF as RTAF106; converted to 
Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 27).
49108, 49110, 49124, 49146, 49158, 49185,
49208, 49210, 49212, 49215, 49272, 49338 to VC-47B
49108 (MSN 14924/26369) to MASDC
49111 (MSN 26372) spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil.  To Royal
Hellenic AF. Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Greece
49113 (MSN 26374) damaged Jan  17, 1951 (ground accident) Taegu Afb, South Korea.  To MASDC. 
Sep 13, 1968 to South Vietnam AF (MAP), returned to USA 1972 
49114 (MSN 26375) to SVAF Nov 1962
49117 (MSN 26378) to US Navy as BuNo 50777
49118 (MSN 14934/26379) w/o Jan 2, 1946 in crash 50 mi N of Canton, China.  Crew bailed out
49120 (MSN 14936/26381, 1st CCS) crashed on takeoff from Yunnanyi, China Dec 23, 1944
49121 (MSN 14937/26382)
49122 (MSN 14938/26383) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50778.
49123 (MSN 14939/26384)
49124 (MSN 14940/26385) AC-47D gunship lost 8/9 Jan 1967, 7 KIA.  With 4th Air Commando 
Sqdn attached to the 4th ACS's unit at DaNang AB.  On the night of the 8th, 
as 43-49124 approached its assigned target near Duc Pho close to the coast, 
about 20 miles south of Quang Ngai, it was hit in mid-fuselage by automatic 
weapons fire.  Burning furiously, the AC-47 quickly became uncontrollable and 
crashed near the target killing the crew of 7.
49125 (MSN 14941/26386)
49126 (MSN 14942/26387) converted to VC-47B then to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 10 1972.
49127 (MSN 14943/26388) on display at Maxwell AFB Air Park, Alabama.
49128 (MSN 14944/26389) by 1954 was PI-C97 of Philippine Air Lines
49129 (MSN 14945/26390) to Royal Laotian Air Force as 349129 Aug 10, 1956
49130 (MSN 14946/26391) damaged Jan 19, 1946 Harmon Fd, Guam
49131 (MSN 14947/26392)
49132 (MSN 14948/26393) to Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50780
49133 (MSN 14949/26394) w/o in landing accident at Nanning AP, China Jul 26, 1945. Condemned Jul 28, 1945.
49134 (MSN 14950/26395) crashed on landing at Kunming Dec 7, 1944.
49135 (MSN 14951/26396)
49136 (MSN 14952/26397) w/o Dec 21, 1944 (t/off accident) Hsain, China.  Condemned Dec 23, 1944.
49137 (MSN 14953/26398) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50781.
49138 (MSN 14954/26399) delivered as C-47B-11-DK
49139 (MSN 14955/26400) to NC66655 
49140 (MSN 14956/26401) missing (no details), condemned Mar 31,1945.
49141 (MSN 14957/26402) missing between Jamaica and Puerto Rico Nov 2, 1946.  8 aboard.
49142 (MSN 14958/26403) to US Navy as BuNo 50782
49143 (MSN 14959/26404) w/o Feb 4, 1950 crash 4 miles WNW off Roosevelt NAS, Puerto Rico
49144 (MSN 14960/26405) to N6494C
49145 (MSN 14961/26406) attached to 3BG at Albrook Field, Canal Zone damaged in an accident 28 Feb. 1944 at Las Mercades 
Airport, NIC, transferred to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg. 349145, call sign F-RBFF for service in French Indo China. 
Sep 22, 1951 destroyed in French Indo China.
49146 (MSN 14962/26407) to MASDC May 26, 1969
49147 (MSN 26408) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50783.
49148 (MSN 26409) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ973.  SOC Aug 11, 1947
49149 (MSN 26410) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ974.  Broke up in bad 
weather 4 mi SSE of Vairon, France Aug 30, 1945.
49150 (MSN 26411) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ975.  Sold Apr 24, 1950.
Registered G-AMSL Apr 26, 1952.  Carried out trooping work
using temporary RAF serial XF766.  Destroyed on ground at
Kukhan, Arabia Feb 18, 1956
49151 (MSN 26412) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ976.  To BOAC as G-AGNA.  W/o May 1, 1945, Basra, Iraq.
49152 (MSN 26413) to Navy as BuNo 50784
49153 (MSN 26414) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ977.  Sold Jul 23, 1954.
Registered G-ANTD Jul 27, 1954.  Became TJ-ACF, then reverted
to G-ANTD.  WFU at Norwich after certificate of airworthiness
expired Apr 15, 1973 and subsequently broken up.
49154 (MSN 26415) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ978.  SOC Oct 21, 1948.
49155 (MSN 26416) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ979.  Wrecked when undershot
landing and undercarriage collapsed, Ivato, Madagascar Aug 26, 1947.
49156 (MSN 26417) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ980.  SOC Mar 3, 1950.
49158 (MSN 26419) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ981.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 27, 1954.
49159 (MSN 26420) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ982.  Wrecked when ran off
strip while landing in bad weather and undercarriage torn
off, Alon May 25, 1945.
49160 (MSN 26421) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ983.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 3, 1954.  W/o Jan 15, 1962 Fornebu Airport, Oslo, Norway
49161 (MSN 26422) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ984.  Struck ground 1/2 mi NNE of
Westgate while attempting to recover from spin during single-
engined flying practice Aug 28, 1947
49162 (MSN 26423) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ985.  Transferred to BOAC
as G-AGMZ Dec 9, 1944.  Became VT-CPA, then AP-AAA, then
reverted to G-AGMZ.  Registration cancelled Feb 1, 1950
on sale as VR-AAE.
49163 (MSN 26424) to Navy as BuNo 50786
49164 (MSN 26425) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ986.  Flew into river 25
mi NE of Goose Bay during SBA descent out of cloud while
on ferry flight Nov 3, 1944
49165 (MSN 14981/26426) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ987.  W/o
Oct 19, 1945 at Patenga, India when swung on takeoff, stalled, crashed,
and caught fire.  1 killed.
49166 (MSN 14982/26427) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ988.  SOC Jun 15, 1950
49167 (MSN 14983/26428) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ989.  Transferred
to Greek AF Oct 12, 1949.
49168 (MSN 14984/26429) to RAF as Dakota IV KG990.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKN Dec 9, 1944.
Crashed into cliffs at Cape Cicie, France Jul 14, 1948.
49169 (MSN 14985/26430) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ991.  Transferred
to Greek AF Jul 1, 1947
49170 (MSN 14986/26431) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ992.  To BOAC as G-AGKM Nov 18, 1944.  
DBR Apr 8, 1945 when undercarriage collapsed during takeoff El Adem, Libya.
49171 (MSN 14987/26432) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ993.  Sold Jul 6, 1950
registered G-AMDB Aug 3, 1950 (original allocation G-AMTN NTU)
Fitted with Dart turboprop engines 1958 and allocated Class B
registration G-37-2.  Reverted to G-AMDB and WFU at Lympne
Dec 15, 1967.
49172 (MSN 14988/26433) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ994.  Sold as scrap Oct 23, 1963
49173 (MSN 14989/26434) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ995.  SOC Jan 19, 1950
49174 (MSN 14990/26435) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ996.  Crashed 10 mi E
of Pegu after control lost in cloud Feb 2, 1946.
49175 (MSN 14991/26436) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ997.  SOC Jul 5, 1950  
49176 (MSN 14992/26437) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ998, then G-AMYY, then VP-YKP, then to Rhodesian AF as 7134.
Flown to Wonderboom, near Pretoria, South Africa in 2001/2 for turboprop conversion.
Noted dismantled in South Africa Feb 2002 awaiting turboprop conversion.
49177 (MSN 14993/26438) was to have gone to RAF as KJ999, but went
directly to South African AF as 6848.  No RAF service.  
Became ZS-NTD. Sold to an owner in the Democratic Republic of Congo January 2003 
49178 (MSN 14494/26439) was to have gone to RAF as KK100 but went
directly to SAAF as 6849. No RAF service.  Civilianised 
as ZS-DKP, then became VP-YSP, then A2-ZEP, then ZS-IPX, then A2-AAA, 
then ZS-IPX again, then SAAF 6892, then N195RD, then ZS-OJI, then N195RD 
again, then N9526N.  Registered Dec 18, 2003 to Dodson International Parts SA P/L of 
Wonderboom, South Africa as ZS-OJI (again!).  Is now registered as a DC-3TP, 
which presumably means that at some time it has been converted to turboprop power.
Sold Feb 2008 to owner in Venezuela.
49179 (MSN 14995/26440) to RCAF as Dakota IV KK101, later 14995.
49180 (MSN 14996/26441) to RCAF as Dakota IV KK102.  Renumbered 12901 in 1970.  To civil registry
as CF-BKQ, later C-FBKQ.
49181 (MSN 14997/26442) w/o Jan 28, 1958 Bilbao, Spain
49183 (MSN 14999/26444) to MASDC Nov 24, 1969.
49184 at Musee de l'Air, Paris
49185 (MSN 15001/26446) to MASDC Sep 16, 1969
49186 (MSN 15002/26447) to D-13 Czech AF  (1946) & w/o Jul 3,1956 Slovakia  21-lost
49190 (MSN 15006/26451) to EC-47B then to AC-47B, then to AC-47D.  To MASDC.  To reclamation, cannibalization,
salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970.
49191 (MSN 15007/26452) to OK-XAA
49193 (MSN 15009/26454)to Turkish AF as 6008.  Reported in 1991 to be on display at Aviation
Museum, Istanbul
49194 (MSN 15010/26455) diverted to Czechoslovakia Jul 1946.   To French AF Mar 1960.  To
civil registry as F-OGFI.  Noted in Musee de l'Air, Paris 1988. 
49195 (MSN 15011/26456) to Turkish AF; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
49196 (MSN 15012/26457) to civil registry as N73859, to Spanish AF as T.3-41.  To Zaire civil
registry as 9Q-CJM.
49197 (MSN 15013/26458) to N74844
49200 (MSN 15016/26461) delivered to USAAF 9th AF Oct 28, 1944. WFU & Stored RFC Aug 20, 1945. Mississippi Mfg Co. 
bought Apr 5, 1946 reg. N7401. I.A.D. Co. Lavco Lsd, Diamond Lsg. Co. used, reg. N4S, Lavco leased. 1965-1970 
reregistered 1971 as N481F. Amco UAR Oil Co. used Jul 28, 1970 to July 1972. Ray Geophysical Division of Mandrel 
Industries used Nov. 1972. Arax Air Line leased Nov 5, 1972 to Jan 1973. Glomar Sirte used Feb 15, 1973-May 11, 1973, 
Arax Air Line leased Jul 25, 1973. N reg. cancelled May 8, 1975 by Diamond Leasing Co. as the aircraft was 
destroyed (damaged beyond economic repair) in an accident. 
49201 (MSN 26462/15017) attached to 4000BU at Patterson Field, OH, damaged when C-54 44-9133
collided with it while parked at Topeka AAF Jul 20, 1946.  Converted to VC-47B then to RC-47, 
later redesignated EC-47P.  Crashed Mar 9, 1967 after being shot down during ELINT mission W of Tchai Bi,
Vietnam.  Call sign Tide-86 of 561st TEWS at Nha Trang.  7 killed.
49202 lost Nov 23, 1944, Africa
49203 (MSN 26464) to MASDC
49204 (MSN 26465) by 1955 was HB-IRF of Swissair
49206 on display at north end of base at Altus AFB, Oklahoma
49207 (MSN 15023/26468) to Portuguese AF as FAP 6164 in May 1961.  To Angolan
Air Force in 1975.  Ultimate fate obscure.
49208 (MSN 15024/26469) converted to EC-47Q.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Sep 30, 1974.
49209 (MSN 15025/26470) missing over North Atlantic Nov 23, 1944.  MACR 10015
49210 (MSN 26471) converted to VC-47B, converted to VC-47D.  To Vietnam AF, to Thai AF Aug 1975.  Thai AF 
serial was 210/B.L.2-41/48.   Slid off runway while landing at Don Muang Jan 21, 1992 and 
ended up entangled in fence and drainage ditch.  SOC Mar 4, 1992.  
Derelict at Don Muang 1995.  To scrap yard by Mar 2000. Still noted in scrapy ard at Chonbury Jan 2003. 
49211 (MSN 15027/26472) converted to AC-47D, named "Casper".  Turned over to South Vietnam AF Dec 1969.  Damaged
Jun 9, 1973, Quang Ngai, SVN.
49213 (MSN 26474) to Thailand AF as 49213, then to Thai Navy.  Noted derelict Oct 1997.
49214 (MSN 15030/26475) to 9N-AAE
49215 (MSN 15031/26476) On Nov 30, 1966 To Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47d, to ‘MAP’
49216 (MSN 15032/26477)  to MASDC.   On Nov 30, 1966 To Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47d, to ‘MAP’.
49217 (MSN 26478) to Royal Libyan AF in 1956?
49218 (MSN 26479) to US Navy, kept USAAF serial number
49220 converted to SC-47B
49224 (MSN 26485) to VT-CEO
49227 (MSN 26488) damaged Jul 30, 1945 Nichols Fd, Philippines  (ground accident)
49228 (MSN 26489)  damaged Mar 26, 1945, location??
49230 (MSN 26491) crashed (believed in attempted forced landing,
no further details), condemned May 11, 1945.
49231 (MSN 26492) crashed near Annan, China Feb 8, 1945.  MACR 12040
49234 (MSN 26495) crashed at Pachung, China Mar 20, 1945.
49236 (MSN 26497) to Khymer AF Sep 1970.
49238 (MSN 26499) w/o Mar 3, 1963  reportedly w/o
49240 (MSN 26501) to Belgian AF as K1 (call sign OT-CWA), temp to OO-SMA). Loaned to Belgian Congo 
Police Force Dec 1953 and returned to Belgian AF Jan 14, 1954. Now on civil registry as N99346.  
Fuselage, painted as FL586, noted at Aces High Flying Museum, North Weald, England
Oct 2003.  Fuselage has been acquired by Wings Museum at Balcombe, East Sussex, UK and going to 
be mated with nose of C-47 42-100611.
49241 (MSN 26502) condemned for salvage Apr 4, 1945.
49242 (MSN 26503) to NC51159
49244 (MSN 26505) crashed (believed in attempted forced landing,
no further details) condemned May 11, 1946
49245 (MSN 26506) to Turkish AF as 6012
49247 (MSN 26508) to MASDC Feb 27, 1970
49248 (MSN 26509) w/o May 19, 1947 in crash 5 mi SE of Livingston, Montana.  Crew bailed out.
49250 (MSN 26511) to AC-47D  To Thai AF as L2Or-1/07 in 1963.  To HS-DOA.
Preserved at Lopburi 1995.
49253 (MSN 15069/26514) w/o Jul 29, 1964 reportedly w/o
49254 (MSN 15070/26515). To Vietnam AF, To Khymer AF Mar 13, 1973.  To Thai AF from Khymer AF as L2-42/18 1975.  
Converted to Basler BT-67 by Mar 1999 (Basler conversion no 33) and to Thai AF as RTAF254.  Believed 
reserialled 46156. 
49256 (MSN 15072/26517) to MASDC
49257 (MSN 15073/26518) to MASDC.  On 14 Nov 1966 to Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47D, to South Vietnamese AF
49258 (MSN 15074/26519) delivered to USAAF.  Attached to 43rd BG at Davis Monthan Field, AZ W/o when it 
had a fatal take off accident at Kelly Field, Texas on April 09, 1947
49259 (MSN 26520) on civil registry as N8099.
49260 converted to EC-47P, converted from RC-47P.  To reclamatin, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Aug 5, 1975.
49261 (MSN 15077/26523) delivered to USAAF, reregistered to USAF. Attached to 21TCS at Ashiya AB, 
Japan W/o Sep 8, 1951 when it ditched after an engine failure 20 Miles East of Tsushima, Japan.
49262 (MSN 26523) attached to 1254th AAFBU missing Dec 4, 1945 on flight from
Casablanca to Johannesburg, South Africa.  No wreckage ever found.
43-49263 ... 43-49612
Douglas C-47B-15-DK
MSN 26524/26873 (originally allocated MSN 15079/15428)
49268,49348,49351,49375 completed as TC-47B-15-DK
49269,49272,49273,49329,49336,49344,49355,
49362,49369,49372,49408,49411,49416 completed as C-47B-16-DK
49275,49276,49333,49340,49359,49366 completed as C-47B-18-DK
49272, 49338, 49369, 49490, 49503, 49521, 49545, 49560 to VC-47B
49264 (MSN 26525) Assigned to the US Air Attache at Vienna in Mar 1967. Retired to MASDC on Aug 2, 1968.
49266 (MSN 26527) w/o May 11, 1951 crash 17 miles NE of Felts Fd, Spokane, WA., on flight Tacoma-Spokane—2 lost
49267 (MSN 26528) w/o May 17, 1950 Burley, Idaho due to engine failure.
49268 converted to AC-47D.  Lost Mar 13, 1966, 7 MIA
49270 (MSN 26531) on display at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, Indiana.
49271 (MSN 26532) w/o Apr 15, 1960 in crash 7 mi SE of Marburg, WG on approach
49272 (MSN 26533) to MASDC Apr 5, 1971
49273 (MSN 26534) damaged Apr 28, 1950 Patterson Afb, Oh  (taxi accident).  To MASDC Apr 15, 1971
49274 (MSN 26535) to AC-47D.  Collided with OV-10A 67-14627 6 m SE of Truc Giang, SVN Dec 13, 1968
while with 3SOS/14SOW.  Crash landed at Bien Hoa AB and w/o.
49275 (MSN 26536) on civil registry as N61723.
49276 (MSN 26537) to AMARC Jan 14, 1970
49277 (MSN 26538)  to AMARC Nov 17, 1965
49278 (MSN 26539) 
49279 (MSN 26540) to AMARC Feb 2, 1970.
49280 (MSN 26541) converted to VC-47D with serial of 43-49280A.  Converted to AC-47D Spooky.
To Honduras AF as FAH319.  Seen derelict in 2008 at Tegucigalpa Toncontin IAP, Honduras.
49281 (MSN 15097/26542) became N55C then (believed) N55CE, then
N556E, then 43-49281 again.  Then N143Z.  In 1987 preserved at Hill AFB Museum, Utah 
although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Noted there in 1990.
49292 (MSN 15108/26553) to RAF as Dakota IV KK103.  SOC Sep 6, 1945.
49293 (MSN 15109/26554) to RAF as Dakota IV KK104.  Sold
Mar 31, 1953.  Registered G-AMYS Apr 1953.  Registration
cancelled Jun 12, 1953 when sold to Central African Airways, registered as VP-YKO.
Crash landed after takeoff from Salisbury when pilot suspected an onboard fire.
Propellers separated and penetrated the flight cockpit, killing the flight
engineer.  Aircraft had 21 passengers and 5 crew, 1 crew killed.
49294 (MSN 15110/26555) to RAF as Dakota IV KK105.  Transferred to
Greek AF Mar 27, 1947
49295 (MSN 15111/26556) to RAF as Dakota IV KK106.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 27, 1954.  Retired to MASDC on August 10, 1969
49296 (MSN 15112/26557) to RAF as Dakota IV KK107.  Returned to
USAAF May 9, 1947
49297 (MSN 15113/36558) to US Navy as BuNo 50788.
49298 (MSN 15114/26559) to RAF as Dakota IV KK108.  SOC Jun 21, 1945.
49299 (MSN 15115/26560) to RAF as Dakota IV KK109.  Returned to
USAAF Jun 8, 1947.
49300 (MSN 15116/26561) to RAF as Dakota IV KK110.  Ditched in river
5 mi S of Khulna, India (now in Bangladesh) Apr 10, 1945 after running out of
fuel in bad weather.  Must have been repaired, since to Societe
Transatlantique Airienne as F-BEIB.  Oct 15, 1948 to Ste Du Comptoir
Saigonnais De Ravitaillement.   Sep 6, 1949 to Societe De Transports Aeriens
en Extreme Orient (STAEO).  Shot down on takeoff by Communist guerillas
at Phan Thiet, Vietnam May 4, 1952.
49301 (MSN 15117/26562) to RAF as Dakota IV KK111.  SOC Apr 24, 1947
49302 (MSN 15118/26563) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50789.
49303 (MSN 15119/26564) to RAF as Dakota IV KK112.  DBR when overshot
landing with one engine out, ran into ditch and undercarriage
collapsed, Hmawbi Jan 25, 1946
49304 (MSN 15120/26565) to RAF as Dakota IV KK113.  Returned to
USAAF May 29, 1947.
49305 (MSN 15121/26566) to RAF as Dakota IV KK114.  SOC Feb 1, 1952.
49306 (MSN 15122/26567) to RAF as Dakota IV KK115.  SOC Aug 30, 1945. 
49308 (MSN 15124/26569) to RAF as Dakota IV KK116.  To civil registry as G-AMPY 
Mar 8, 1952.  TO JY-ABE (originally wore JY-AAE in error) then
back to G-AMPY.  Then to TF-FIO, than back to G-AMPY again.
To N15751, then back to G-AMPY yet again.  Was to have become
EI-BKJ in 1981 but remained G-AMPY.  Still current on
UK civil registry as of Aug 7, 2006.
49309 (MSN 15125/26570) to RAF as Dakota IV KK117.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To G-ANZF, to Burma AF as UBT-713 (Sep 1, 1955) reserialed 5713.
49310 (MSN 15126/26571) to RAF as Dakota IV KK118.  Remains found
20 mi S of Binhli Sep 6, 1945.  Aircraft had broken up
while flying in cloud between Hmwabi and Bangkok.
49311 (MSN 15127/26572) to RAF as Dakota IV KK119.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
49313 (MSN 15129/26574) to RAF as Dakota IV KK120.  Missing in
cloud between Changi and Saigon Feb 26, 1947.  Wreckage not
found.
49314 (MSN 15130/26575) to RAF as Dakota IV KK121.  Crash landed
six miles ESE of Chiringa Mar 29, 1945 after both engines failed.
49315 (MSN 15131/26576) to RAF as Dakota IV KK122.  Flew into hill
in bad visibility, Ischia, Italy Mar 8, 1947
49316 (MSN 15132/26577) to RAF as Dakota IV KK123.  Stalled and
crashed while attempting to fly over hills after engine
failed during supply drop mission, Tosido Oct 6, 1945.
49318 (MSN 15134/26579) to RAF as Dakota IV KK124.  SOC May 30, 1946
49319 (MSN 15135/26580) to RAF as Dakota IV KK125.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49320 (MSN 15136/26581) to RAF as Dakota IV KK126.  Wrecked when
struck while parked by Beaufighter KW404, Maunubyin Mar 14, 1945.
49321 (MSN 15137/26582) to RAF as Dakota IV KK127.  Registered G-AMZS
May 27, 1953 then became SN-AAI of Sudan Airways.  Then
became ST-AAI.  Was going to become G-AZDG Aug 1971 but in
fact reverted to G-AMZS.  Was to have become 5N-AFJ, but
instead became N7CA.  British registration cancelled
Jan 4, 1973.
49322 (MSN 26583) to US Navy as 50793
49323 (MSN 26584) to RAF as Dakota IV KK128.  SOC Feb 27, 1950
49324 (MSN 26585) to RAF as Dakota IV KK129.  SOC Sep 30, 1957.
49325 (MSN 26586) to RAF as Dakota IV KK130.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49326 (MSN 26587) to RAF as Dakota IV KK131.  SOC Feb 10, 1950
49328 (MSN 26589) to RAF as Dakota IV KK132.  Returned to USAF Oct 4, 1948.
49330 (MSN 26591) converted to AC-47D.  Destroyed in ground attack
at Binh Thuy AB Mar 16, 1968.
49331 (MSN 26592) to AC-47D.  To EC-47D and then to Republic of China AF
49332 (MSN 26593/15148) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50795.
49333 (MSN 26594) to VC-47D with US Embassy in Lisbon.  To MASDC Aug 19, 1969
49334 (MSN 26595) damaged Mar 26, 1947 Andrews Fd, MD  (taxi accident)..  To MASDC
49335 (MSN 26596)  to MASDC
49336 (MSN 15152/26597, VC-47B) in 1987 preserved at Chanute Technical Training Center, Chanute 
AFB, Illinois although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Still at Chanute AFB (now the Octave 
Chanute Aerospace Museum), Rantoul, Illinois September 2003
49337 (MSN 26598) to Navy as BuNo 50796
49338 (MSN 26599) with 7350th Combat Support Group in Mar 1967 and retired to MASDC on Jul 25, 1968.  At Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL
49339 converted to AC-47D. Later to South Vietnam AF
49340 (MSN 26601) by 1955 was PP-CDV of Sercicor Aereos Cruziero do Sul.
49341 (MSN 26602) to N87658 (Ntu), to spares at Ryan Fd, AZ
49343 (MSN 26604)  w/o 13 Mar 1952 reportedly w/o
49344 converted to VC-47D, to Cambodia AF May 28, 1973.
49346 (MSN 15162/26607) to Spanish AF as T.3-18
49348 (MSN 15164/26609) to MASDC Nov 20, 1964.  To Colombian AF under MAP Apr 16, 1965
49349 (MSN 26610) to Paraguayan AF as T-75, reserialled to FAP-2018 in 1980.
49350 (MSN 15166/26611) to Spanish AF as T.3-11
49351 (MSN 15167/26612) to N404US, then N404U, then N13MA.  WFU in Mexico.
49352 (MSN 15168/26613) to US Navy as 50799
49353 (MSN 15169/26614) to Argentine AF as Ta-06 (Apr 1966) reserialled TC-36 (Dec 1973)
49354 (MSN 26615) to AC-47
49355 (MSN 26616, VC-47B): In 1987 preserved at Air Park, Charleston AFB, SC painted 
as '2100972', although nominally on charge of USAFM
49356 (MSN 26617) to Royal Laotian AF as 49356 Aug 10, 1956.  WFU 1982 (?)
49358 (MSN 26619) to MASDC Mar 23, 1972
49359 (MSN 26620) damaged Apr 20, 1948 Langley Afb, VA  (ground accident).  To MASDC
49360 (MSN 15176/26621) to Spanish AF as T.3-23
49361 (MSN 15177/26622) damaged Aug 30, 1951 Peterson Fd, OH  (taxi accident)
49362 (MSN 26623) to Uruguayan AF as 510 May 31, 1963
49363 (MSN 26624) to Navy as BuNo 50801
49365 (MSN 26626) crashed in Sandia Mountains of New Mexico 15 mi NE of Albuquerque Nov 16, 1944.
Aboard were a pilot and 11 passengers enroute from Wichita KS to Long Beach, CA.  Pilot and
six passengers were killed.
49366 (MSN 26627) to MASDC May 23, 1972.  At Chanute AFB.
49367 (MSN 26628) w/o Jan 10, 1961 Taif AB, Saudi Arabia
49369 (MSN 15185/ 26630) With Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) Libya in Aug 1968 and retired to MASDC on
May 16, 1970
49370 (MSN 26631) w/o in landing accident Feb 27, 1956 Hopkinsville-Ft Campbell AAF, Kentucky
49371 (MSN 26632) damaged Nov 6, 1950 Randolph Afb, Tx  (grd accident).  To MASDC
49372 (MSN 26633) damaged Apr 1, 1946 Godman Fd, Kty  (grd accident)
49373 (MSN 26634)  to Khmer AF on Sep 22, 1970 as ‘349373’
49375 (MSN 26636)  damaged Feb 14, 1946 Ellington Fd, Tx  (taxi accident)
49376 (MSN 15192/26637) to RAAF as A65-65 (VH-CUV).  To PNG Defence Force 1981 as P2-006.
Crashed at Nadzap, PNG Nov 18, 1987 after engine lost power
on takeoff and while attempting a wheels-up landing a wing was
ripped off and aircraft was damaged beyond repair.  All occupants
survived.
49377 (MSN 15193/26638) to RAAF as A65-67 (VH-CUX) Jan 1945.  To PNG Defence Force Aug 1975 as 
P2-003
49378 (MSN 26639) to RAAF as A65-66 (VH-CUW).  Damaged 12/1950 and scrapped.
49379 (MSN 26640) to RAAF as A65-64 (VH-CUU).  Withdrawn 12/1979.  Located at Wagga until
moved to Tocumwal for museum which is to be located there.
49380 (MSN 26641) to RCAF as Dakota 979.  Renumbered 12959 in 1970.
49381 (MSN 26642) to RCAF as Dakota 982, later as 15197. 
49382 (MSN 26643) to RCAF as Dakota 981.  Renumbered 12960 in 1970. To C-FQNF with Central Mountain Air
Services of British Columbia.  Crashed Apr 4, 1991
49383 (MSN 26644) to RCAF as Dakota 980.  w/o May 6, 1952, Frobisher Bay
49384 (MSN 26645) w/o Jan 10, 1951 in crash 235 mi W of Albuquerque, New Mexico due to engine failure.   Crew bailed out.
49385 (MSN 15201/26646) to Italian AF as MM61816
49386 (MSN 15202/26647) damaged Dec 16, 1945 Brockley Fd, AL  (ground accident)
49387 (MSN 26648) to AC-47.  To Philippine AF as AC-47D 349387 named "The Pathfinder" and noted at Nichols AB,
Manila in 1980.
49388 (MSN 26649) to RNZAF as NZ3528.  By 1954 was ZK-AYZ of New
Zealand National Airways
49389 (MSN 26650) to RNZAF as NZ3529
49390 (MSN 26651) to RNZAF as NZ3530
49402 (MSN 26663) destroyed by Japanese demolition team May 24, 1945 at Okinawa-Yontan Airfield.
49403 (MSN 26664)(144th ATS(L)/AK ANG) crashed 4 mi from Gustavus,
Alaska Nov 23, 1957 while attempting an instrument landing
during light snowfall.  SOC the next day.  7 passengers
survived but the 4 crewmembers died.
49404 (MSN 26665) 
49405 (MSN 26666) was assigned to 8th Army for General Maxwell Taylor,
and often used as a backup for Syngman Rhee's aircraft.  To Bolivian AF as TAM-16
49406 (MSN 15222/26667) to Portuguese AF as FAP 6165 in Jun 1961.  W/o May 10, 1968
when destroyed by fire at Lourenco Marques, Mozambique.
49408 (MSN 25224/26669) damaged Apr 23,  1956 Grenier Afb, Nh-struck hangar on  t/off-later to N7868B
49409 VC-47D MSN 26670. With 513th Tactical Air Wing at RAF
Mildenhall in July 1967. Retired to MASDC on May 2, 1970.
49411 (MSN 15227/26672) to MASDC Jan 26, 1970, on Apr 23, 1970 to McClellan AB  
49413 (MSN 15229/26674) w/o in takeoff accident Dec 27, 1951 Itazuke AB, Japan
49414 (MSN 15230/26675).  To civil registry as I-TROS, then VH-BNH "Barracamba"
of Butler Air Transport, then N55L.  Next 
to Catalina Pacific Airline until 1963.  To Continental Air Service (CASI) in 
Laos.  Crashed as Air Alliance (3J) at Phnom Penh, Cambodia Feb 14, 1971.
49415 (MSN 15231/26676) by Aug 1964 was operated by Pacific Northern
Airlines as N49319.
49416 (MSN 15232/26677) w/o 24 Oct 24, 1948 crash on approach-Rantoul-Chanute AB, IL (struck building in fog-3 lost & 18 ok)
49418 (MSN 15234/26679) to French AF.  Converted to AC-47D by
South Vietnam AF Sep 1967.To Thai AF 1957.  W/o Nakhon
Phanom Dec 13, 1967 when crashed on takeoff after being stolen
by inebriated US airman.
49420 VC-47D MSN 26681. With 513th Tactical Air Wing at RAF
Mildenhall in April 1970. Retired to MASDC on May 26, 1971.
49421 (MSN 26682) by 1954 was PP-YQH of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL.  There is
a report that this was converted to AC-47D and was lost
NE of Bien Hoa AB Sep 1, 1969.
49422 (MSN 26683) to civilian registry as NC67797. Sold to Inmobiliaria Santa Helena of Brazil as 
PP-XCJ. Sold to VASD as PP-SDF. Sold to Via Lactea Transportes Aereos as PP-AAA. 
Sold to Linha Aerea Transcontinental Brasileira as PP-ATJ. Sold to REAL as 
PP-YQH. Sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-320. Transferred to SATCO as 
OB-XAK-568 and later re-registered OB-R-568. W/o Chachapoyas, Peru Nov 30, 1966
49423 (MSN 26684) converted to AC-47D
49425 (MSN 26686) to MASDC.  On Jan 67, 1967 to Air International Corporation for MAP
49426 (MSN 26687) to N86457, to Khymer AF as 349426
49427 (MSN 26688) to Navy as BuNo 50808
49429 (MSN 26690) on civil registry as N6544V.
49431 (MSN 15247/26692) converted to SC-47B.  To US civil registry as N86449.  To Spanish AF as T.3-49 and to 
G-BFPU with Warbirds of Great Britain Limited at Blackbushe, Surrey, England Sep 7, 1978. but destroyed Dec 11, 1978.
49433 (MSN 26694) to Khymer AF as 349433 Sep 24, 1970. W/o Oct 1973 at Ponchengton, Cambodia
49435 (MSN 26696) to B-1407, XW-PAD Leased to Air Laos May 12, 1960 and w/o Dec 15, 1960.
49438 (MSN 26699) to MASDC
49439 (MSN 26700) w/o in landing accident Oct 8, 1947 Sawmill Bay, Canada
49440 (MSN 26701) w/o Oct 19, 1950 in takeoff accident at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
49441 (MSN 26702) damaged Jun 24, 1946 Great Falls, AAB, MT  (taxi accident).
Damaged Jul 27, 1948 Lowry AB, CO  (ground accident).  To MASDC Dec 30, 1969
49442 (MSN 26703, C-47J) to US Navy as 50811.  
49443 (MSN 26704) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946 as XT-T32.  To Chile as CC-CBW and
noted derelict outside Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio, Santiago Mar 2010.  In 2012 was preserved
in good state. 
49444 (MSN 15260/26705) to N49466
49445 (MSN 15261/26706) damaged Dec 2, 1951 Goose Bay Afb, Labrador.  (grd accident) 
49446 (MSN 15262/26707) assigned to US Army Advisory Group, Nanking, China.  FLC sale to China.
49447 (MSN 15263/26708) to Navy as BuNo 50812
49448 (MSN 15264/26709) damaged Mar 11, 1945 Chungking, China  (taxi accident)
49449 (MSN 15265/26710) apparently condemned Apr 20, 1946, believed
following attempted forced landing.  Must have been repaired,
since to Indian Airlines as VT-CEN.  To Indian AF as BJ921.
49450 (MSN 15266/26711) damaged Oct 28, 1947 Augusta, ME  (taxi accident)
49451 (MSN 15267/26712) crashed at Chanyi, China Jan 19, 1945.
49453 (MSN 15269/26714) to RAF as Dakota IV KK133.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 12, 1952.  NEIAF as X-10 from
1953 to 1962.  To Philippines
49454 (MSN 15270/26715) to RAF as Dakota IV KK134.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 9, 1953.  To Madagascar as 5R-MMD
49455 (MSN 15271/26716) to RAF as Dakota IV KK135.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 9, 1953.
49456 (MSN 15272/26717) transferred to RAF as Dakota IV KK136.  To Scottish Aviation as
G-AMPP Mar 1952.  Used for trooping with temporary RAF serial XF756.  Grounded Feb 1971
and displayed at Lasham, UK painted as G-AMSU.  To EuroDisney near Paris in 1993.
Now at Wings of Liberation Museum at Best, Netherlands for restoration in USAAF colors.
49457 (MSN 15273/26718) to US Navy as BuNo 50814.
49458 (MSN 15274/26719) to RAF as Dakota IV KK137.  Transferred to
BOAC as G-AGNB Jan 26, 1945.  Became YI-GNB, then G-AGNB
again, registration G-AGNB cancelled Feb 1, 1950 on sale
as VR-AAF.
49459 (MSN 15275/26720) to RAF as Dakota IV KK138.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 18, 1953.
49460 (MSN 15276/26721) to RAF as Dakota IV KK139.  Transferred
to BOAC as G-AGNE Feb 14, 1945.  Registration cancelled
Nov 21, 1949 on sale as VP-KHN.  To French AF as 15276
49461 (MSN 15277/26722) to RAF as Dakota IV KK140.  Missing between
Patenga and Allahabad Aug 3, 1945.
49462 (MSN 15278/26723) to RAF as Dakota IV KK141.  Transferred to 
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 16, 1953.
49464 (MSN 15280/26725) to RAF as Dakota IV KK142.  Transferred to
BOAC as G-AGND Jan 26, 1945.  Registration cancelled Jan 4, 1961
on sale as VP-BBT.
49465 (MSN 15281/26726) to RAF as Dakota IV KK143.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946 as Dakota IV KK143.
49466 (MSN 15282/26727) to RAF as Dakota IV KK144.  SOC Mar 18, 1948.
49467 (MSN 15283/26728) to RAF as Dakota IV KK145.  To BOAC as G-AGNC Jan 26, 1945.  To 
Aer Lingus as EI-ADX Jun 4, 1945.  Restored as G-AGNC Sep 1948.  To F-OAFR Apr 4, 1949
operated by Air Outre-Mer.
W/o Feb 3, 1953 at Mung Sai, Laos when destroyed by shelling. 18 killed.
49468 (MSN 15284/26729)  to RAF as Dakota IV KK146.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 12, 1953. 
49469 (MSN 15285/26730) to RAF as Dakota IV KK147.  SOC Feb 22, 1950
49470 (MSN 15286/26731) to RAF as Dakota IV KK148.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 12, 1948. 
49471 (MSN 15287/26732) to RAF as Dakota IV KK149.  Registered G-AMZX 
May 29, 1953, registration cancelled Sep 14, 1953 on sale to
Sudan Airways as SN-AAG.
49472 (MSN 26733) to US Navy as R4D-6 50816.
49473 (MSN 15289/26734) to RAF as Dakota IV KK150.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 24, 1974.
49474 (MSN 15290/26735) to RAF as Dakota IV KK151.  To civil registry as G-AMRA
Mar 8, 1952.  Carried out trooping work using serial XE280, a temporary
military identity to avoid possible diplomatic pitfalls. Registration
G-AMRA still current as of Apr 7, 2008, with Atlantic Airlines
of Coventry.  Used for pleasure flights and charters, but new EU regulations requiring that all passenger-
carrying airliners must have all modern safety devices will
ground the C-47.
49475 (MSN 15291/26736) to RAF as Dakota IV KK152.  SOC Feb 16, 1950
49476 (MSN 15292/26737) to RAF as Dakota IV KK153.  SOC Feb 10, 1950
49477 (MSN 15293/26738) to RAF as Dakota IV KK154.  Crash landed at
Blakehill Farm Jan 14, 1946 when wrong propeller was feathered
during takeoff on training flight.
49478 (MSN 15294/26739) to RAF as Dakota IV KK155.  SOC Feb 21, 1950
49479 (MSN 15295/26740) to RAF as Dakota IV KK156.  Transferred to
Greek AF Sep 14, 1949.  Still flying with
Greek AF in 2005.  (AFM 11/2005)
49480 (MSN 15296/26741) to RAF as Dakota IV KK157.  SOC Feb 7, 1950.
49481 (MSN 15297/26742) to RAF as Dakota IV KK158.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 21, 1953.
49482 (MSN 15298/26743) to RAF as Dakota IV KK159.  Transferred to
SAAF as 6870 Oct 1945.
49483 (MSN 15299/26744) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK160, but 
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
49484 (MSN 15300/26745) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK161,
but diverted to SAAF as 6851, no RAF service
49485 (MSN 15301/26746) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK162, but
diverted to SAAF as 6850, no RAF service.
49486 (MSN 15302/26747) damaged Jun 14, 1945 Kunming, China  (ground accident)
49489 (MSN 15305/26750) missing near Peishiyi, China Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12037
49490 (MSN 15306/26751) w/o Dec 23, 1945 near Bourneville, Oklahoma
49491 (MSN 26752) converted to EC-47P.
49492 (MSN 26753) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down Dec 17, 1965 on
transport mission from Tan Son Nhut to Phan Rang AB.  9 KIA.
49494 (MSN 26755) w/o Jun 27, 1957 reportedly w/o
49495 (MSN 26756) to AC-47D.  Later to South Vietnam AF, then to Philippine AF
49496 (MSN 26757) w/o May 17, 1950 in landing accident Aurora-Lowry AB, Colorado.
49497 (MSN 26758) to Philippine AF
49498 (MSN 26759) to El Salvador AF as 105 Sep 1967.
49499 (MSN 26760) to AC-47D.  Destroyed in ground attack at Binh
Thuy AB Sep 29, 1968.
49500 (MSN 15316/26761) damaged Jul 24, 1948 Grenier AB, NH
49501 (MSN 15317/26762)
49502 (MSN 15318/26763) to N6082C
49504 (MSN 15320/26765) to Honduras AF as FAH 307 Jun 1968.
49505 (MSN 15321/26766) On May 30, 1974 to El Salvador AF as ‘108’
49507 (MSN 26768) transferred to WPAFB Museum (painted as C-47A 43-15174).  Was last C-47 in USAF service; 
landed at WPAFB Jun 30, 1975 on delivery to USAFM with 20821 hours total time.
49509 (MSN 26770) w/o Dec 9, 1947, Langley Field, Virginia
49510 (MSN 26771) to MASDC
49511 (MSN 15327/26772) w/o Oct 18, 1956  reportedly w/o
49512 (MSN 15328/26773) to Spanish AF as T.3-21 Nov 1957 and w/o Dec 9, 1965.
49514 (MSN 26775) to Fuerza Aerea Colombiana as 1124.  Sold as HK-3177  As HK-3177 operated by Interandes crashed
on May 15, 1991.
49515 (MSN 26776) w/o Jul 27, 1954
49516 (MSN 26777) converted to AC-47D.  to Vietnam AF, then to Khymer AF May 1974, escaped
to Thailand Apr 1975, to Royal Thai AF from Khymer AF as L2-43/18 Sep 9, 1975.  Noted at the Royal Thai 
Police Museum, Bangkok, mounted above the gate house and marked as ‘219789’. Last noted 2012.
49517 (MSN 26778) converted to AC-47D. To South Vietnam AF, later to
Colombian AF.
49518 (MSN 26779) to MASDC
49520 (MSN 26781) to EC-47B then to AC-47B. W/o 19 Sep 1967 reportedly w/o
49521 (MSN 26782)  to MASDC May 7, 1970
49522 (MSN 26783)  damaged Apr 27, 1946 (grd accident)  Naples.  To N87632
49523 (MSN 26784) damaged Dec 28, 1947 Nome, AK  (force landing-out of fuel)
49524 (MSN 26785) to EC-47B then to AC-47B.  To South Vietnam AF
49525 (MSN 26786) damaged Jul 1, 1951 Kirtland AFB, NM  (t/off accident).  To MASDC
49526 (MSN 26787) delivered from Douglas Aircraft, Long Beach, CA
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, 
Langley Field, VA Jan 18, 1946 to Oct 18, 1971.  Registered as NACA 501
Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Oct 18, 1971
Registered as NASA 636.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
Registered as NASA 827.  Registered as N827NA Mar 1, 1972, cancelled Jan 17, 1985
Preserved by the National Museum of the US Air Force
On loan to and displayed by the Fairchild AFB Heritage Airpark, Spokane, WA
[Is, or has been, marked as ‘315174’]
49527 (MSN 26788) w/o Apr 15, 1951 in crash 6 mi N of Solano, California
49528 (MSN 26789) to N62083
49529 (MSN 26790) w/o Nov 9, 1950 in landing accident at Kenai AP, Alaska.
49530 (MSN 26791) while attached to 62nd TCG, 4th TCS w/o Apr 12, 1945
when it was one of 5 parked aircraft struck by landing B-17 44-6756 in Italy.
49531 (MSN 26792) on civil registry as N215CM
49533 (MSN 15349/26794) to Argentine AF as TC-35.  To Chilean civil registry as CC-CLL, later CC-PLU.
Registered LV-BEH Mar 2006.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49534 (MSN 26795) crashed on finals Berlin, West Germany Jul 25, 1948.  2 killed.
Flew into a block of flats while on approach to Tempelhof.
49537 This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49539 (MSN 15355/26800) to Italian AF as MM61815
49540 (MSN 26801) crashed near Baden-Baden, Germany on April 7, 1969.
49542 (MSN 26803) to N94448
49543 (MSN 26804) damaged Jun 17, 1945 Birmingham AAF, AL  (taxi accident).  To Bolivian AF as TAM-15, to CP-1417, wfu at Cochabamba
49544 (MSN 26805) to MASDC Apr 19, 1969
49545 (MSN 26806) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1958.  Allocated to Lopburi
for display in 1988 and there since 1989.
49546 (MSN 26807) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down in Laos May 15, 1966.  10 KIA
49547 (MSN 26808) converted to EC-47P. Crash-landed in lake after takeoff from Ubon RTAFB,
Thailand Feb 18, 1967.  Crew suffered some injuries. 
49549 (MSN 26810) w/o Mar 6, 1955 Clinton, IA
49550 (MSN 26811)  to PI-C567
49553 (8th ARS, 3094th Composite Wing) left Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs Dec 10, 1952 bound for
Stead AFB, NV.  Crashed into Ruby Mountains near Elko, NV.  5 crew and one passenger killed.
49554 (MSN 26815) damaged Jul 10, 1945  CBI
49556 (MSN 26817) to MASDC Nov 7, 1969
49557 (MSN 26818) by 1955 was PP-CDD of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul.
49558 (MSN 26819) to civilian registry as NC62035. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAV-223. 
W/o Mt. Carpish, Huanuco, Peru Feb 10, 1949.
49561 (MSN 26822) w/o 11 Aug 1951 reportedly w/o
49562 (MSN 26823) to civil registry as PP-VBK.  Now at Museu de Armas e Veiculos
Motorizados Antigos, Babeduoro, Brazil.
49564 (MSN 26825) to Paraguayan AF as 5-55, reserialled to FAP-2025 in 1980.
49567 (MSN 26828) to N87661, then CF-AAL with Austin Airways Ltd of Timmins, Ontario.  Later w/o Nov 9, 1969
49570 (MSN 26831) converted to EC-47Q.  To Republic of Korea AF Jun 12, 1975, currently (Oct 2005) stored at
Seoul Air Base.
49571 (MSN 26832) to CNRRQA Jan 4, 1947 Manila to China as 571.  Broken up Mar 1947(?)
49572 (MSN 26833) converted to AC-47B, to Vietnam AF, to Cambodia AF Jan 29, 1971. 
49577 (MSN 26838) lost Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12041.
49579 (MSN 26840) w/o Mar 12, 1945 , reportedly w/o
49581 (MSN 15397/26842) to Indian Air Lines as VT-CYF, to Indian AF as BJ622.
Destroyed Dec 15, 1971 in an accident at Machuka, India.
49582 (MSN 15398/26843) damaged Feb 2, 1946 Lincoln AAF, NE.  Damaged Oct 24, 1952 San Francisco, CA  (taxi accident)
49593 (MSN 15409/26854) to RAF as Dakota IV KK163.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 2, 1953.  To Madagascar as 5R-MMC
49594 (MSN 15410/26855) to RAF as Dakota IV KK164.  Returned to
USAAF May 10, 1947.  To Chadian AF in 1961 as 49594/TT-LAA
49595 (MSN 15411/26856) to RAF as Dakota IV KK165.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 28, 1947
49596 (MSN 15412/26857) to RAF as Dakota IV KK166.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 28, 1947.  To S. A. Air Nolis Mar 1948 as F-BEIH.  W/o Jan 30, 1950 Le Treport, France operated by Air Nolis.
49597 (MSN 15413/26858) to RAF as Dakota IV KK167.  Dove into ground
30 mi E of Kyaukpyu in bad weather Jun 8, 1945.
49598 (MSN 15414/26859) to RAF as Dakota IV KK168.  SOC Mar 2, 1948
49599 (MSN 15415/26860) to RAF as Dakota IV KK169.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.  Transferred to
Royal Hellenic AF Mar 27, 1947.  Data plate and RHAF serial "exchanged" with 44-77072 at Athens
ca 1955.  WFU in 1979 and delivered to 134 PTE at Tatoi, Greence for use as ground instructional
aircraft.  To Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Greece Apr 1995.  Stored.
49600 (MSN 15416/26861) to RAF as Dakota IV KK170.  DBR when swung
on takeoff and struck parked Sentinels, Maunubyin Mar 25, 1945.
49601 (MSN 15417/26862) to RAF as Dakota IV KK171.  Transferred
to Greek AF Mar 27, 1947
49602 (MSN 15418/26863) to RAF as Dakota IV KK172.  Belly landed
near Trat, Thailand in bad weather Sep 25, 1945. SOC Mar 4, 1946
as beyond repair.
49603 (MSN 15419/26864) to RAF as Dakota IV KK173.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49604 (MSN 15420/26865) to RAF as Dakota IV KK174.  Then to Belgian AF as K22
Jan 15, 1947 (call sign OT-CNL) then to French AF as 349604.  To F-WSGU, to N18263.
49605 (MSN 15421/26866) to RAF as Dakota IV KK175.  Flew into hill
in cloud 4 mi SE of Kyaukpyu during supply dropping mission
Jun 20, 1945.
49606 (MSN 15422/26867) to RAF as Dakota IV KK176.  By 1955 was VR-SDH of 
Malayan Airways Ltd as VR-SCQ
49607 (MSN 15423/26868) to RAF as Dakota IV KK177.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Orient Airways as AP-AEI, later
to Pakistan International Airlines, then reregistered as AP-AJT, to Air
Taxi Company as EP-AGZ.  W/o Apr 13, 1970 at Ahwaz Airport, Iran when
stalled on takeoff.  Left wing hit the ground, causing the plane to
slide off the runway.  Both engines caught fire.
49608 (MSN 15424/26869) to RAF as Dakota IV  KK178.  To Belgian AF as K20
(call sign OT-CNK) Jan 15, 1947, then to French AF as 49608.  To Cameroun AF as TJ-XAL
49609 (MSN 15425/26870) to RAF as Dakota IV KK179.  Wrecked when
swung on landing and struck Dakota KN233, Cox's Bazaar
May 9, 1945.
49610 (MSN 15426/26871) to RAF as Dakota IV KK180.  Destroyed by
fire after running out of fuel in bad weather and striking
bund in attempted forced landing, Yaping, China May 20, 1945.
49611 (MSN 15427/26872) to RAF as Dakota IV KK181.  Transferred to
Greek AF Mar 27, 1947.
43-49613 ... 43-49962
Douglas C-47B-20-DK
MSN 26874/27223 (originally allocated MSN 15429/15778)
49703,49760,49790,49808,49814,49832,49852,
49880,49903,49921,49939,49956 completed as TC-47B-20-DK
49640,49745,49775,49802,49826,49845,49859,
49873,49887,49898,49907,49916,49925,49934,
49943,49952,49961 completed as C-47B-23-DK
49613 (MSN 15429/26874) to US Navy as R4D-6 50819.
49614 (MSN 15430/26875)
49615 (MSN 15431/26876) to US Navy as R4D-8 50821.
49616 (MSN 15432/26877) to US Navy as 50822
49617 (MSN 15433/26878) to US Navy as 50823
49618 (MSN 15434/26879) to RAF as Dakota IV KK182.  SOC Mar 21, 1950.
49619 (MSN 15435/26880) to RAF as Dakota IV KK183.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  
49620 (MSN 15436/26881) to RAF as Dakota IV KK184.  SOC Jun 2, 1950
49621 (MSN 15437/26882) to RAF as Dakota IV KK185.  SOC Sep 5, 1950,
then to Lutheran World Federation as XT-T72, "St. Paul", 
then Max Springweiler, leased to CAT as XT-809, then International 
Air Transport as VR-HEX, then Max Springweiler, 
leased to CAT as B-809.  Sold to Black Knox Co, Pittsburgh as N230BK in 1964, 
sold to SAETA, Quito, as HC-APT in 1967, sold to Ministerio de Agricultura Y 
Ganadona, Quito, in April 1975. 
49622 (MSN 15438/26883)
49623 (MSN 15484/26884) to RAF as Dakota IV KK186.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.
49624 (MSN 15485/26885) to RAF as Dakota IV KK187.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 6, 1948.  To MASDC
49625 (MSN 15486/26886) to RAF as Dakota IV KK188.  DBR when belly landed
at Kalidut, Burma in bad weather May 28, 1946.
49626 (MSN 15487/26887) to RAF as Dakota IV KK189.  Hit sea in
rainstorm and exploded, Akyab Harbor Jul 2, 1945.
49627 (MSN 15488/26888) to RAF as Dakota IV KK190.  Returned
to USAAF Aug 29, 1947.  By 1955 was CF-FBY of Maritime Central
Airlines Ltd.
49628 (MSN 15444/26889) to RAF as Dakota IV KK191.  Returned to 
USAAF Jun 17, 1947, then became G-AKAR Jul 3, 1947.  
Registration cancelled Jan 1, 1951 on export
to S.A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense as PP-VBV 
49629 (MSN 15445/26890) to RAF as Dakota IV KK192.  SOC May 30, 1946
49630 (MSN 26891) crashed during takeoff from Myitkyina South,
Burma Feb 12, 1945.
49631 (MSN 26892)
49632 (MSN 26893)
49633 (MSN 26894) condemned for salvage Aug 27, 1945
49634 (MSN 26895)
49635 (MSN 26896) w/o Jul 5, 1945 in landing accident at Nanning, China
49636 (MSN 26897)
49637 (MSN 26898)
49638 (MSN 15454/26899) to N86438, then to Spanish AF as T.3-32
49639 (MSN 26900) to Paraguayan AF as T-49 in 1964.  Q/o Jun 4, 1965.
49640 (MSN 26901)
49641 (MSN 26902) converted to VC-47B.  To Thai AF through MAP Mar 13, 1964 as L2-30/07. Converted
to AC-47D by Sep 1970.  W/o Ubon Ratchathani
Aug 9, 1983.
49642 (MSN 15458/26903) to USAAF Jan 15, 1945.  To Cathay Pacific Airlines as VR-HEC.  Chartered to user
in Indonesia which was linked to the potential sale of the aircraft.
Bought by Indonesian Airways Oct 14, 1948.  In Aug 1950 to Indonesian
nationalist air force (AURI) as RI-001, named Seulawah, then used by Indonesian Airways.
Flown under charter to Burmese government during 1945 and part of 1950.
49643 (MSN 26904)
49644 (MSN 26905) crashed 15 mi NW of Mangshih, India when ran out of fuel Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12038.  Crew bailed out.
49645 (MSN 26906)
49646 (MSN 26907) w/o Oct 5, 1945 over the Hump
49647 (MSN 26908)
49648 (MSN 26909) to Taiwan
49649 (MSN 26910)
49650 (MSN 26911)
49651 (MSN 26912)
49652 (MSN 26913)
49653 (MSN 26914)
49654 (MSN 26915) to MASDC
49655 (MSN 26916/15471) to India for government of Orissa as VT-CLA.  It was
owned by Orissa, but was purchased in support of the Indonesian
republic.  W/o Oct 21, 1947 while on charter to the Indonesian government.
It was either shot down or crashed while evading the Dutch forces.
There is a VT-CLA on display in the TNI-AU Museum, but it is
another aircraft.
49656 (MSN 26917)
49657 (MSN 26918) crashed WSW of Tiengo Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12028
49658 (MSN 26919)
49659 (MSN 26920) to Aerea Teseo of Florence, Italy as I-GENO
49660 (MSN 26921/15476) on December 23, 1944 delivered to USAF.  On May 07, 1945 to 
Forca Aerea Brasileira as FAB-09, then FAB-2017. October 10, 1978 to Royal Taxi Aereo (Votec)
of Belem State of Para, Brazil, registered as PT-KZG.  December 1997 to the Aeroclube do Rio 
Grande do Sul, registered as PP-VBN.  Completely restored, painted in VARIG 
livery and still flying in 2003 in air shows.
49661 (MSN 15477/26922) to Brazilian AF as FAB-10, then FAB-2018.
Then to Paraguayan AF as T-33, then FAP 2034.  Destroyed in
1987 at the town of Capitan Pablo Langerenza, Asuncion, Paraguay.
49662 (MSN 15478/26923) to Brazilian AF as FAB-11, then FAB-2019.
W/o Apr 14, 1945 at Barreiras, BA, Brazil.
49663 (MSN 26924) to Navy as BuNo 50826
49664 (MSN 26925) Lend-Lease to French AF
49665 (MSN 15481/26926) to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349665, call sign F-RAMG, for service in French Indo China. 
Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
49666 (MSN 26927) Lend-Lease to French AF
49667 (MSN 15483/26928) to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349667, call sign F-RBFL, for service in French Indo China. 
Aug 9, 1951 written off (DBR) in Saigon, French Indo China.
49668 (MSN 26929)
49669 (MSN 26930)
49670 (MSN 26931)
49671 (MSN 26932)
49672 (MSN 26933)
49673 (MSN 26934)
49674 (MSN 26935)
49675 (MSN 26936)
49676 (MSN 26937)
49677 (MSN 26938)
49678 (MSN 26939) w/o Oct 12, 1945 in crash 5 mi ENE of Dum Dum AP, India
49679 (MSN 26940) converted to EC-47P.  Hit while parked by China Airlines C-46 Feb 18, 1967.
49680 (MSN 26941) damaged in takeoff accident at Kunming, China May 4, 1945.
49681 (MSN 26942) w/o Nov 4, 1950 in takeoff accident at Misawa AB, Japan
49682 (MSN 26943)
49683 (MSN 26944) w/o Oct 23, 1945, India, condemned Oct 23, 1945
49684 (MSN 26945) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49685 (MSN 26946) damaged Jul 5, 1945 in taxi accident at Kunming, China
49686 (MSN 26947) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49687 (MSN 26948)
49688 (MSN 26949) to VC-47B.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1969
49689 (MSN 26950)
49690 (MSN 26951) condemned for salvage Oct 29, 1946
49691 (MSN 15507/26952) to Libya, later to Turkish AF as 691 in 1974.
49692 (MSN 26953)
49693 (MSN 26954) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49694 (MSN 26955)
49695 (MSN 26956) to Turkish AF Nov 26, 1946 as 6011, coded TK-11
49696 (MSN 26957) damaged Mar 3, 1945 Liangahan, China  (taxi accident)
49697 (MSN 26958) 
49698 (MSN 26959) to MASDC
49699 (MSN 26960)
49700 (MSN 26961) to MASDC Mar 9, 1970
49701 (MSN 26962) converted to AC-47B, to Vietnam AF, to Cambodian AF Jan 29, 1971.  To Thailand in 1968.
49702 (MSN 26963)
49703 (MSN 26964) converted to EC-47N then to EC-47P.  To Vietnam AF, to Cambodia AF, to Thai AF.  Now on 
display in Ripley's Royal Garden Plaza, Pattaya, Thailand.
49704 (MSN 26965) with 21st TCS, while flying at reduced speed for airdrop of combat supplies to troops east of
Hyesanjin, Korea Nov 21, 1950 stalled in left bank at 300 feet and crashed and burned.  All 7 crew killed.
49705 (MSN 26966) to AC-47.  W/o Sep 29, 1960 reportedly w/o
49706 (MSN 26967)
49707 (MSN 26968) in 1987 preserved at Hector Field, Fargo, ND although nominally
on charge of USAFM
49708 (MSN 26969) to RAF as Dakota IV KK193.  Sold as scrap Sep 9, 1957
49709 (MSN 26970) to RAF as Dakota IV KK194.  Flew into Bed Talaidh
Mountain, Mull Feb 1, 1945 while descending through cloud
during ferry flight.
49710 (MSN 26971) to RAF as Dakota IV KK195.  DBR when undercarriage
unlocked on landing causing aircraft to belly land, Alon
airstrip, Burma Mar 29, 1945.
49711 (MSN 26972) to RAF as Dakota IV KK196.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.  To Israel as 4X-AED.  To Israel Defense
Force Air Force as 007.  WFU by Jan 2001.
49712 (MSN 26973/15528) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50830.
49713 (MSN 26974) to RAF as Dakota IV KK197.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955
49714 (MSN 26975) to RAF as Dakota IV KK198.  To Trans Air as G-AMVK.  To
Aden Airways as VR-AAM.  W/o Apr 12, 1964 when crashed at
Hargeisa (HGA), Somalia.  15 killed.
49715 (MSN 26976) to RAF as Dakota IV KK199.  Crashed during attempted
forced landing 100 mi WNW of Cloncurry, Queensland Jan 16, 1946
after running out of fuel while lost.
49716 (MSN 26977) to RAF as Dakota IV KK200.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955.
49717 (MSN 26978)
49718 (MSN 26979) to RAF as Dakota IV KK201.  Transferred to BOAC
as G-AGNF Feb 14, 1945. Registration cancelled Mar 8, 1950 on
sale as XY-ACM
49719 (MSN 26980) to RAF as Dakota IV KK202.  Sold Mar 27, 1953, had
already been registered G-AMZB Mar 26, 1953.  Registration
subsequently cancelled on sale as OO-SBK.  Registered EC-WSP May 23, 1962 to Spantax and to EC-ASP
May 1968.  Currently with Fundacio Parc Aeronautic de Catalunya at Sabadell, Barcelonia.
49720 (MSN 26981) to RAF as Dakota IV KK203.  DBR when tire burst on
on takeoff causing aircraft to swerve into soft sand and
undercarriage to collapse, Kyaukpyu Mar 19, 1945.
49721 (MSN 26982) to RAF as Dakota IV KK204.  SOC Sep 11, 1950.
49722 (MSN 26983) to USN as R4D-6 50832 Jan 2, 1945.
49723 (MSN 26984) to RAF as Dakota IV KK205.  Returned to USAAF May 11, 1948.  To Belgian AF Feb 23, 1949 as
K24.  Back to USAF Sep 18, 1952.  To Armee de l'Air as 349723/49723 Sep 25, 1952, call signs F-RAND,
F-RAZV, F-RBFN, F-RCAL Chateaudin in 1971, sold as F-BTDH May 1972.  To Congo AF as TN-211.
49724 (MSN 26985) to RAF as Dakota IV KK206.  Transferred to BOAC as
G-AGNK Feb 14, 1945.  WFU at Southend Dec 14, 1963 and
scrapped during 1966 
49725 (MSN 15541/26986) to RAF as Dakota IV KK207.  Returned to USAAF Sep 8, 1948.  To Spanish AF as T.3-22 Nov 1957
and W/o Jun 25, 1968
49726 (MSN 26987) to RAF as Dakota IV KK208.  Crash landed 3 mi W of
Mingaladon Feb 22, 1946 after losing power on approach.
49727 (MSN 26988) to Navy as BuNo 50833
49728 (MSN 26989) to RAF as Dakota IV KK209.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group, later to West German AF.  Now preserved at
Oberschleissheim (Deutsches Museum), Germany wearing serial 14+01.
49729 (MSN 26990) to RAF as Dakota IV KK210.  Sold Sep 9, 1957, became
ST-AAL.
49730 (MSN 26991) to RAF as Dakota IV KK211.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49731 (MSN 26992) to RAF as Dakota IV KK212.  SOC Apr 24, 1950.
49732 (MSN 26993) to Navy as BuNo 50834
49733 (MSN 26994) to RAF as Dakota IV KK213.  Sold Feb 6, 1953, became VP-YKH "Matabele"
of Central African Airways
49734 (MSN 26995) to RAF as Dakota IV KK214.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
49735 (MSN 15551/26996) to RAF as Dakota IV KK215.  Returned to USAAF Jun 12, 1947,
then to Belgian AF as K27 (call sign OT-CWM), later to NEIAF X-4.  To Philippine civil registry as
PI-C643, RP-C643
49736 (MSN 15552/26997) to RAF as Dakota IV KK216.  Registered G-AGNG
Feb 14, 1945.  To EI-ADY Jun 4, 1948.  Reverted to G-AGNG
Oct 1948.  Registration G-AGNG cancelled Jan 26, 1951 on
sale to Quebecair as CF-GVZ.
49737 (MSN 26998) to Navy as BuNo 50835
49738 (MSN 26999) to RAF as Dakota IV KK217.  DBR when overshot
landing at Beirut May 18, 1945 believed due to brake failure.
49739 (MSN 27000) to RAF as Dakota IV KK218.  Transferred to SAAF
as 6865 Sep 27, 1945
49740 (MSN 27001) to RAF as Dakota IV KK219.  Transferred to Greek
AF Apr 30, 1947
49741 (MSN 27002) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK220 but
diverted to SAAF as 6852, no RAF service.
49742 (MSN 27003) to Navy as BuNo 50836
49743 (MSN 27004) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN200, but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.  Renumbered 12902 in 1970.
49744 (MSN 27005) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN201, but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.  Renumbered 12903 in 1970.  To civil registry as N46938 and
cancelled on Dec 20 1990 on export to Malawi
49745 (MSN 27006) to N94470 in 1974, to HK-2518X and w/o Nov 10, 1999.
49746 (MSN 27007)
49747 (MSN 27008/15563) to US Navy as 50837 Jan 1945
49748 (MSN 27009)
49749 (MSN 27010)
49750 (MSN 27011) damaged Feb 1, 1945 Barrackpore, India  (taxi accident)
49751 (MSN 27012) w/o in ground loop accident at Kimpo AB, South Korea Apr 12, 1951.
49752 (MSN 27013) damaged in crash landing at Luliang, China Jul 19, 1945, condemned Jul 19, 1945.
49753 (MSN 27014) to Philippine AF
49754 (MSN 27015) w/o Oct 13, 1945 Missing between Okinawa & Laoag, Philippines. 6 lost
49755 (MSN 27016) by 1954 was PI-C95 of Philippine Air Lines, later RP-C95
49756 (MSN 27017) to Philippine AF.  To PI-C95
49757 (MSN 27018) damaged in landing accident at Itazuke AB, Japan Apr 2, 1947
49758 (MSN 27019)
49759 (MSN 27020)
49760 (MSN 27021) to MASDC Jan 10, 1967
49761 (MSN 27022)
49762 (MSN 27023) (374th TCG) lost Jun 18, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14772.
49763 (MSN 27024) to US Navy as BuNo 50838.
49764 (MSN 27025) w/o Apr 26, 1951  reportedly w/o 
49765 (MSN 27026) by 1954 was PI-C94 of Philippine Air Lines
49766 (MSN 27027) to AC-47D
49767 (MSN 27028) To NC90908, PP-YQJ, AE-10T (FAA) & re-serialled T-28 (Sep 20, 1960), to TC-28 Sep 1964
49768 (MSN 27029) (403rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 13th Troop Carrier Squadron) disappeared
on flight near Zamboanga, Philippines Nov 6, 1945. Crashed and burned on a mountain peak
at Sindangan, Mindanao.  All 5 onboard killed.
49769 (MSN 27030)
49770 (MSN 27031/15586) While attached to 1856 AACS at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma was damaged by taxiing
C-46D 44-78021.  Converted to AC-47D. Named "Spooky 71".   Damaged in flight by mortar
round Feb 24, 1969.  Medal of Honor awarded to John L. Levitow.  To South Vietnam AF
49771 (MSN 27032) converted to EC-47Q.  Crashed on takeoff Nov 21, 1972, Vietnam.
2 of 10 aboard killed.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49772 (MSN 27033) to El Salvador AF as 104 Sep 1967
49773 (MSN 27034) w/o Aug 1, 1962, reportedly w/o.
49774 (MSN 27035) to EC-47B then to AC-47B.  To Spanish AF as T.3-17 Aug 1957
49775 (MSN 27036) tp PP-SPQ
49776 (MSN 27037) to MASDC.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970
49777 (MSN 27038)
49778 (MSN 27039) to MASDC
49779 (MSN 27040)
49780 (MSN 27041)
49781 (MSN 27042) to French AF.  To Thai AF 1959.  May have been the plane w/o at
Ubon Ratchathani Sep 3, 1964.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49782 (MSN 27043) w/o Nov 5, 1953 crash 2 miles N of Calhan, CO
49783 (MSN 27044) damaged Feb 11, 1951 Love Fd, Dallas, TX  (landing)
49784 (MSN 27045) converted to SC-47B.  During routine wing inspection
at OGMA, Portugal late 1963, extensive corrosion found,
aircraft returned to RAF Mildenhall and SOC for reclamation
Jan 15, 1964.  After removal of useful parts, aircraft was
dumped on airfield until destroyed for fire practice during
Oct 1964.
49785 (MSN 27046) to Ecuadorian AF as HC-AUP
49786 (MSN 27047) to civil registry as N376AS, ZS-OBU, 5Y-BNK, ZS-OBU, then unknown
5Y registration, then N376AS, and reverted to ZS-OBU.  Converted to DC-3C-TP and active as N500MF
49787 (MSN 27048) to Aerea Teseo of Florence, Italy as I-BOLO
49788 (MSN 27049) crashed into mountain Dutch New Guinea May 13, 1945.  20 of 23 onboard killed.
49789 (MSN 27050) to Ecuadorian AF as HC-AUS
49790 (MSN 15606/27051) to Taxi Aereo el Llanero (TAL) Feb 2, 1972
as HK-1333.  W/o Feb 23, 1974 when landed in unprepared field after
engine problems with fire after takeoff from Cali-Alfonso B.
Aragon Airport, Colombia.
49791 (MSN 15607/27052) w/o Dec 14, 1945 at Heraklion Field, Crete
49792 (MSN 15608/27053) damaged Jan 26, 1950 Itazuke AFB, Japan  (taxi accident).  W/o Feb 26, 1957  reportedly w/o 
49793 (MSN 15609/27054) damaged in ground accident at Cheng Kun, China Aug 30, 1945.
49794 (MSN 15610/27055) 
49795 (MSN 15611/27056)
49796 (MSN 15612/27057)
49797 (MSN 15613/27058)
49798 (MSN 15614/27059)
49799 (MSN 15615/27060) w/o Dec 9, 1947 in crash 30 mi SE of Izmir, Turkey.
49802 (MSN 15618/27063) to PP-SPP
49805 (MSN 15621/27066) to RAF as Dakota IV KN202.  Missing between
Meiktila and Payegyi, Burma during supply drop mission May 3, 1945.
49806 (MSN 15622/27067) to RAF as Dakota IV KN203.  Crashed on overshoot
at Mingaladon Feb 28, 1947
49807 (MSN 15623/27068) to RAF as Dakota IV KN204.  DBR when swung off
runway at Mingaladon Nov 4, 1945 when undercarriage leg
collapsed during takeoff.
49808 (MSN 15624/27069) to civil registry as N4893V.  Later to Transportes Aereos
Nacional (Nacional) originally as PP-AOC (NTU), later PP-AKC.  To
Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AKC.  To Brazilian 
AF as FAB 2071.  To Conagra as PT-KVJ.  WFU in
1963, ultimate fate uncertain.
49809 (MSN 15625/27070) to RAF as Dakota IV KN205. Destroyed by fire
after forced landing near Saigon Feb 11, 1946 when propeller
ran away on takeoff.
49810 (MSN 15626/26071) to RAF as Dakota IV KN206.  SOC Jul 21, 1946
49811 (MSN 15627/26072) to RAF as Dakota IV KN207.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49812 (MSN 15628/26073) to RAF as Dakota IV KN208.  Crashed during
attempted forced landing 2 mi S of Leikthe while lost in
cloudy conditions during supply drop mission Jul 7, 1945.
49813 (MSN 15629/27074) to RAF as Dakota IV KN209.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.
To civilian registry as CF-CGJ, then to RCAF as 10917.
49815 (MSN 15631/27076) to RAF as Dakota IV KN210.  DBR whe overshot
landing on wet runway and undercarriage collapsed, Mingaladon
Aug 11, 1945.
49816 (MSN 15632/27077) to RAF as Dakota IV KN211.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 31, 1947.
49817 (MSN 15633/27078) to RAF as Dakota IV KN212.  Sold Apr 24, 1953,
registered G-AMZF same day.  Registration cancelled Jun 1, 1966
on sale as CF-RTY.
49818 (MSN 15634/27079) to RAF as Dakota IV KN213.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 12, 1947.  To PH-TFC
49819 (MSN 15635/27080) to RAF as Dakota IV KN214.  Registered G-AMJX Jun 2, 1951.  To
Moroccan AF as 49819/CN-ALJ Aug 1963.  Reported at Empire State Aerosciences
Museum, Scotia NY painted as 316250.
49820 (MSN 15636/27081) to RAF as Dakota IV KN215.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group May 22, 1953.
49821 (MSN 15637/27082) to RAF as Dakota IV KN216.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To AP-ACY, to N4044A, to Armee de l'Air as 49821, to XW-TDL Lao Air Charter
49822 (MSN 15638/27083) to RAF as Dakota IV KN217.  SOC Jun 26, 1945.
49823 (MSN 15639/27084) to RAF as Dakota IV KN218.  Broke up in air
during supply drop mission over Burma Jun 26, 1945 when control
was lost in cloud following engine failure.
49824 (MSN 15640/27085) to RAF as Dakota IV KN219.   Returned to
USAAF Sep 12, 1947, then to Belgian AF as K25
(call sign OT-CNN) then to French AF as 49924, to Aeronavale as 424.  To N70BF.  Modified as DC365TP
(turboprop), to N887AM, N146JR, 5YRDS
49825 (MSN 15641/27086) to RAF as Dakota IV KN220.  Wrecked when struck
while parked by C-46, Chittagong Mar 19, 1945. 
49826 to VC-47B.  To MASDC
49827 (MSN 15643/27088) to RAF as Dakota IV KN221.  DBR by typhoon
at Kai Tak Jul 18, 1946 
49828 (MSN 15644/27089) to RAF as Dakota IV KN222.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947 then to Belgian AF K25 (call sign OT-CWK), then 
back to USAF.
49829 (MSN 15645/27090) to RAF as Dakota IV KN223.  DBR when tipped up
after tire burst on landing, Hathazari Apr 16, 1945.
49830 (MSN 15646/27091) to RAF as Dakota IV KN224.  SOC Aug 30, 1945.
49831 (MSN 15647/27092) to RAF as Dakota IV KN225.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49832 (MSN 15648/27093) completed as TC-47B-20-DK
49833 (MSN 15649/27094) to RAF as KN226.  W/o in landing accident at Semarang AP, Indonesia Jun 20, 1946
49834 (MSN 15650/27095) to RAF as KN227
49835 (MSN 15651/27096) to RAF as KN228
49836 (MSN 15652/27097) to RAF as KN229. Q/o in landing accident at Victoria Point, Burma Feb 12, 1946
49837 (MSN 15653/27098) to RAF as KN230.  To NC4724V, to YV-C-ARC, to PP-ASN, to
PP-AYC, to government of Brazil as PP-ENB, to Brazilian AF as FAB 2090.
To Paraguayan AF as FAP 2032.  Now derelict at Asuncion-Presidente
Stroessner, Paraguay.
49838 (MSN 15654/27099) to RAF as KN231.  Registered G-AMXW
May 29, 1953.  Registration cancelled Jul 1, 1953 on sale
to Sudan Airways as SN-AAH.  Reregistered ST-AAH, then to Sudan AF as 424.
Reported 2005 at Caesar's Palace Casino, Johannesburg, South Africa painted
as SAAF 6805 and/or ZS-BMF.
49839 (MSN 15655/27100) to RAF as KN232
49840 (MSN 15656/27101) to RAF as KN233
49841 (MSN 15657/27102) to RAF as KN234
49842 (MSN 15658/27103) to RAF as KN235
49843 (MSN 15659/27104) to RAF as KN236.  To Indian AF.  Crashed into valley at
10,000 feet 38 mi N of Chitral, India Oct 17, 1946.  11 killed.
49844 (MSN 15660)27105) to RAF as KN237
49845 (MSN 15661/27106) completed as C-47B-23-DK.  to MASDC Jan 7, 1971.
49846 (MSN 15662/27107) to RAF as Dakota IV KN238.  DBR when swung
on landing and undercarriage collapsed, Berlin/Gatow Aug 1, 1948
49847 (MSN 15663/27108) to RAF as Dakota IV KN239.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To India and Pakistan as H-718.  To England and
Field Aircraft Services (Hunting Aviation) as G-ANMB.  After another period of about 
a year flying for Aigle-Azur Indochine as F-BGSM the aircraft came to Deutches Lufthansa 
as D-CADE and later Bavaria Flug-dienst with the same registration. Transair of Sweden 
leased the aircraft between March and December 1961. After returning to Bavaria the 
aircraft ended in the South Arabian Air Force in 1967 as G-41-2-67 and later 
on South Yemen Peoples Republic Air Force as 202.  Recent report that this plane is
at Auto and Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
49848 (MSN 15664/27109) to RAF as Dakota IV KN240.  Ditched in South China Sea 80
mi NE of Kuantan, Malaya Aug 30, 1950.
49849 (MSN 15665/27110) to RAF as Dakota IV KN241.  Sold Apr 10, 1953.
To civil registry as G-AMZH.  Operated by
Stavros Niarcos by TransAir between 1947 and 1960 until TransAir was acquired
by Air Work and merged into BUA.  In 1965, bought
by TAA and registered as VH-SBW. Reregistered P2-SNW.  Registered as P2-ANQ in 
1976.  Reported 2005 in Air Niugini Collection, Jackson AP, Port Moresby. 
49850 (MSN 15666/27111) to RAF as Dakota IV KN242.  SOC May 30, 1946.
49851 (MSN 15667/27112) to RAF as Dakota IV KN243.  SOC Jul 8, 1948
49852 (MSN 15668/27113) delivered as TC-47B-20-DK.
to FC-47D "Puff the Magic Dragon";  In 1987 preserved at Bishops Museum, 
Honolulu, HI although nominally on charge of USAF
49853 (MSN 15669/27114) to RAF as Dakota IV KN244.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To H-710 Pakistan AF, sold as AP-ACD to Pakair in 1948
49854 (MSN 15670/27115) to RAF as Dakota IV KN245.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  To Iranian Airlines as EP-ACI.
W/o Dec 26, 1948 when destroyed by fire at Birjand Airport, Iran
49855 (MSN 15671/27116) to RAF as Dakota IV KN246.  Wrecked when swung
on takeoff and struck parked Spitfires, Mingaladon Oct 16, 1945
49856 (MSN 15672/27117) to RAF as Dakota IV KN247.  DBR by typhoon,
Kai Tak Jul 18, 1946.
49857 (MSN 15673/27118) to RAF as Dakota IV KN248.  Destroyed by fire
when belly landed 100 mi E of Saigon after both engines failed
Nov 1, 1945.
49858 (MSN 15674/27119) to RAF as Dakota IV KN249.  Belly landed 2 mi
NE of Basal after engine failed on takeoff Aug 16, 1945.
49859 (MSN 15675/27120) delivered as C-47B-23-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Shot down near Phan Rang Feb 14, 1968.  8 KIA.
49860 (MSN 15676/27121) to RAF as Dakota IV KN250.  Crash landed 4 mi
NNE of Basal after engine failed on takeoff Aug 16, 1945.
49861 (MSN 15677/27122) to RAF as Dakota IV KN251.  Abandoned takeoff
and belly landed, Castel Benito Feb 17, 1945
49862 (MSN 15678/27123) delivered to 9CCS
49863 (MSN 15679/27124)
49864 (MSN 15680/27125)
49865 (MSN 15681/27126) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 9, 1972.
49866 (MSN 15682/27127) to RAF as ZD215. To RAAF as A65-69 Jan 1945. Flown to RAF 
Gatow, Berlin 18/6/80, for which purpose it had to adopt RAF colours and was 
given serial ZD215, as at that time only aircraft of the four 'occupying 
powers' (USA, Britain, France and the Soviet Union) were allowed to fly into 
West Berlin. Once there, it reverted to RAAF colours and by 1988 was 
displayed at Gatow as an 'airlift memorial'
49867 (MSN 15683/27128) to RAAF as A65-82 Jan 1945.  To Indonesia AF as P504
in 1970. 
49868 (MSN 15684/27129) to RAAF as A65-70 (VH-CIM) Jan 1945.  To civilian registry as
N16892, then PK-JDC, PK-JDE, PK-EHC.  Crashed Jan 22, 1973, Pontianak, 
Borneo.
49869 (MSN 15685/27130) to RAAF as A65-68 Jan 1945 (VH-CUY) Jan 1945.  To PNG Defence Force Jan 
1976 as P2-004.  49869 flying in Australia as VH-DNA
49870 (MSN 15686/27131)	to RAAF as A65-71 Feb 1945.  Operated with wartime
call sign VH-CIN.  Carried Prime Minister Curtin's body from
Canberra to Perth for funeral in 1945.  To Australian War
Memorial.  Under restoration at Treloar Centre.			
49871 (MSN 15687/27132) to RAAF as A65-72A Jan 1945.  Lost on delivery when ditched in Pacific on route
to Honolulu Jan 18, 1945.
49872 (MSN 15688/27133) to RCAF as Dakota IV 963.  To Indian AF as BJ912 in 1963.
49873 (MSN 15689/27134)
49874 (MSN 15690/27135) to RCAF as Dakota IV 984.  W/o St. Hubert Jul 28, 1952.
49875 (MSN 15691/27136) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349875, for service in French Indo China. 
Jul 5, 1947 written off (DBR) in a crash at Saigon, French Indo China.
49876 (MSN 15692/27137) Lend-Lease to French AF. To Israeli AF as 022/4X-FNQ. Registered N472DK 
to JAAT LLC of Wilmington, DE May 5, 2003.  Converted AC-47T by Basler
and delivered to Colombian AF as FAC 1683
49877 (MSN 15693/27138) to NC28802, by 1954 was PP-VBO of S.A. Empresa de
Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense.  Broken up in 1970.
49878 (MSN 27139) Lend-Lease to French AF
49879 (MSN 27140) Lend-Lease to French AF
49881 (MSN 27142) Lend-Lease to French AF
49882 (MSN 15698/27143) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349882, for service in French Indo China. 
Jan 19, 1947 written off (DBR) in a crash at Annam, French Indo China.
49883 (MSN 27144) to RNZAF as NZ3531.  To NZNAC as ZK-AZA.  Leased to Fiji Airways Oct 1967
as VQ-FBF, and on Fijian independence reregistered as DQ-FBF.
49884 (MSN 27145) to RNZAF as NZ3533.  By 1954 was ZK-AOJ of New
Zealand National Airways. To XW-TDI (1968) Lao Airlines and W/o Jun 30, 1971.
49885 (MSN 27146) to RNZAF as NZ3532.  In 1947 to ZK-AOD of New Zealand National Airways.
49886 (MSN 27147)
49887 (MSN 27148) to Paraguayan AF as T-69, reserialed to FAP-2016 in 1980.
49893 (MSN 15709/27154) by 1954 was OD-AAB of Middle East Airlines SA.  To Spanish AF as T.3-3 May 1957 and w/o
at Albecete, Spain Feb 17, 1967.
49899 (MSN 27160) w/o Nov 1,1 946 at Taiden, South Korea
49900 (MSN 27161) to Philippine AF
49901 (MSN 27162) damaged Sep 9, 1945 Ciampino A/p, Italy  (ground accident)
49902 (MSN 27163) to Philippine AF.
49903 (MSN 27164) w/o Feb 5, 1965 reportedly w/o
49905 (MSN 27166) w/o Sep 30, 1945 Aomori Fd, Japan
49906 (MSN 27167)  USAAF to CNRRA (CAT)  Jan 4, 1947 Manila to China, re-serialled as “906” & named
“Peiping”, to XT-803,  br/u  Oct 25, 1948
49907 (MSN 27168) converted to VC-47D. To MASDC Jan 12, 1967.  On Jan 18, 1968 to Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47D, to South Vietnamese AF
49908 (MSN 27169) to Philippine AF
49909 (MSN 27170) to Philippine AF
49910 (MSN 27171) to Philippine AF
49911 (MSN 27172) to Philippine AF
49912 (MSN 27173) w/o in takeoff accident at Pomigliano, Italy Mar 29, 1945.
49913 (MSN 27174) by 1954 was PI-C96 of Philippine Air Lines, later PI-C646, RP-C646.  WFU at Manila Feb 1984.
49914 (MSN 15730/27175) w/o when it crashed into a mountain Sep 17, 1945, 60 miles SW Yokohama, Japan on a flight from Motobu Strip, 
Okinawa enroute to Atsugi, Japan on a cargo flight
49915 (MSN 27176) w/o Mar 28, 1950 in crash 26 mi SE of Komaki AB, Japan.  3 killed.
49916 (MSN 15732/27177) to USAAF. To Cruzeiro do Sul reg. PP-CCA. On Apr 21, 1946 W/o (DBR) at Corumba, MS, Braz
49917 (MSN 27178) to RAF as Dakota IV KN252.  DBR when undercarriage
collapsed after engine caught fire and aircraft ground looped
because brakes failed, Fassberg Jul 24, 1948.
49918 (MSN 27179) to RAF as Dakota IV KN253.  SOC Oct 19, 1948.
49919 (MSN 27180) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1958 as L2-25/01.  
Converted to AC-47D by South Vietnam AF Sep 1967.  W/o due
to corrosion Oct 1990.  To scrapyard by Mar 2000.
49920 (MSN 27181) to RAF as Dakota IV KN254.  Broke up in cloud 30 mi
NE of Agartala Jun 7, 1945.
49921 (MSN 27182) on civil registry as N709Z
49922 (MSN 27183) to RAF as Dakota IV KN255.  DBR when crash landed
after tire burst during takeoff, Chandina Mar 23, 1945.
49923 (MSN 27184) to RCAF as Dakota IV KN256.  To Canada Apr 22, 1946.
49924 (MSN 27185) to RAF as Dakota IV KN257. SOC Jul 5, 1950.
49925 (MSN 15741/27186) converted to VC-47D, to Cambodian AF May 24, 1972.  To Thai Navy.  Noted derelict Oct 1997.
49926 (MSN 27187) to RAF as Dakota IV KN258.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946.
Renumbered 12907 in 1970.  After RCAF service registeered as C-FPIK with Air Inuit Ltd and cancelled
Mar 22, 1984.  To N12907 and now on display at Carolina Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  It was 
operated by Sabre Air.
49927 (MSN 15743/27188) to RAF as Dakota IV KN259.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 13, 1947.  To UK civil registry as G-AKOZ Jan 2, 1948.  To Madagascar as 5R-MME
49928 (MSN 27189) to RAF as Dakota IV KN260.  Sold to Pakistan AF Jul 8, 1948.
49929 (MSN 27190) to RAF as Dakota IV KN261.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 8, 1946.
Renumbered 12908 in 1970.  W/o with Skycraft Air Transport of Ontario as C-GSCA when it crashed Jan 9, 1984
49930 (MSN 27191) to AC-47D.  To MASDC. To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970.
49931 (MSN 27192) to RAF as Dakota IV KN262.  Returned to USAAF Jul 31, 1947.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
reg 349931, call sign F-RANR, then F-RASL, F-RAMR later F-RBDW for service in French Indo China. Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) 
at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam
49932 (MSN 27193) to RAF as Dakota IV KN263.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49933 (MSN 27194) to RAF as Dakota IV KN264.  Ditched in swamp north of Isiolo, Kenya after engine fire Jun 27, 1907
49935 (MSN 27196) to RAF as Dakota IV KN265.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
49937 (MSN 27198) to RAF as Dakota IV KN266.  To Military Aircraft Assistance Group Nov 11, 1953.
49938 (MSN 27199) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN267, but
diverted to SAAF as 6853, no RAF service.  To N148RD.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of 
Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
49940 (MSN 27201) to RAF as Dakota IV KN268.  SOC Jan 26, 1950
49941 (MSN 27202) to RAF as Dakota IV KN269.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 22, 1946
49942 (MSN 27203) to RAF as Dakota IV KN270.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 1, 1946.  Renumbered 12909 in 1970.
49943 (MSN 27204) damaged Feb 6, 1951 Detroit City A/p, MI  (landing).  To MASDC Apr 16, 1970
49944 (MSN 27205) to RAF as Dakota IV KN271.  Ditched off east coast of Greenland 450 mi W of Reykjavik during 
ferry flight Feb 6, 1945.
49945 (MSN 27206) to RAF as Dakota IV KN272.  Transferred to Greek AF Apr 30, 1947
49946 (MSN 27207) to RAF as Dakota IV KN273.  Sold Jul 21, 1945, registered G-ANTB next day.  Crashed at Oak 
Walk, St Peter, Jersey Apr 14, 1965.
49947 (MSN 27208) registered I-TRIS.  To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as MM61799
49948 (MSN 27209) to RAF as Dakota IV KN274.  Sold Apr 26, 1952, registered G-AMSM Apr 28, 1952.  WFU after 
ground looping at Lydd AP Aug 17, 1978.
49949 (MSN 27210) to RAF as Dakota IV KN275.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 11, 1947.  To S. T. A. March 1948 as F-BEIC.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 49949, call sign F-RAYC 
for service in French Indo China.   Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam
49950 (MSN 27211) to RAF as Dakota IV KN276.  To Belgian AF
Jan 5, 1950 as K-30 (call sign OT-CNQ).  To Laos as XW-PCM
49951 (MSN 27212) to RAF as Dakota IV KN277.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946
49952 (MSN 27213) damaged Jun 21, 1947 Peterson Fd, CO  (landing)
49953 (MSN 27214) to RCAF as Dakota IV KN278.  w/o 1963
49954 (MSN 15770/27215) to RAF as Dakota IV KN279.  sold Jun 19, 1953.
Registered G-ANAD Jun 23, 1953.  Registration cancelled Mar 17, 1954 on sale to
Aden Airways as VR-AAI.
49955 (MSN 15771/27216) to RAF as Dakota IV KN280.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
49956 (MSN 15772/27217) damaged Jan 9, 1946 Minter Fd, CA  (landing).  To MASDC
49957 (MSN 15773/27218) to RAF as Dakota IV KN281.  Transferred to
RCAF Apr 22,1946.  Renumbered 12910 in 1970.  On US civil
registry as N64766.
49959 (MSN 27220) to RAF as Dakota IV KN282.  Aircraft was used
to return the Dutch royal family to Holland Aug 2, 1945. DBR
when caught fire on ground at Waterbeach Oct 4, 1949
49960 (MSN 27221) to RAF as Dakota IV KN283.  Broke up while flying
in cloud 9 mi SE of East Karin, Burma Jun 2, 1945.
49961 (MSN 27222) by 1954 was PP-AVN of Empresa de Transportes
Aerovias Brasil S.A.
49962 (MSN 27223) to RAF as Dakota IV KN284.  SOC Feb 16, 1950.  Had
been peronal aircraft of Air Vice Marshal Graham.
44-9101 ... 44-9145
Douglas C-54E-15-DO Skymaster
MSN 27327/27371
9101 (MSN 27327) to C-54M.  To MASDC Oct 16, 1970.  Declared excess Nov 4, 1970.
9102 (MSN 27328) to US Navy as BuNo 90402.
9103 (MSN 27329) to US Navy as BuNo 90403
9104 (MSN 27330) to US Navy as BuNo 90404.
9105 (MSN 27331) to US Navy as BuNo 90405
9106 (MSN 27332/DO278) converted to MC-54M in 1951. To Taiwan under MDAP
as 5405.  Re registered as 49106.  WFU and stored Sung Shan,
Taipei, Taiwan
9107 (MSN 27333) to Pan American Airways as N88883 *Clipper 
Kathay*.  By 1954 was JA6001 "Makuba" of Japan Air Lines
9108 (MSN 27334/DO280) WFU and stored MASDC Oct 14, 1970.
Broken up in 1973.
9109 (MSN 27335/DO281) WFU and stored 1972.
9110 (MSN 27336) to civil registry as N90903 *Flagship Oslo*, then to Olympic Airways as as 
SX-DAC *Hellas*, Jul 1951 to TAE, Jun 4, 1957 to Olympic.  In 1967 to Denmark as OY-DKG, 
in 1973 to Norway for Bergan Air Transport as LN-MOJ, Oct 1977 to Zaire as 9Q-CPK
(Zaire Aero Service).   WFU May 19, 1978 when registration was given to a DC-6
9111 (MSN 27337) was personal transport for the Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in Europe, General Eisenhower. 
Named ‘Sunflower’.   Arrived Kindley Field, Bermuda from Europe Jun 17, 1945, departed  Jun 20, 1945 to take Ike 
home to Washington.  Converted to C-54M in 1951
9112 (MSN 27338) to American Overseas Airlines as N90902, then transferred to Pan American Airways
as *Clipper Roland*, *Clipper Koln-Bonn*, *Clipper Frankfurt*.  To Trans Mediterranean 
Airways (TMA) as OD-ADV, WFU scrapped Beirut-International/Bir Hassein, LB
9113 (MSN 27339) to VC-54E, then converted to MC-54M in 1951.  To MASDC as CC233 Jan 22, 1973.
9114 (MSN 27340/DO286) WFU and stored at MASDC Sep 8, 1969.  To General
Aircraft Corp Nov 5, 1969.  To Chinese Nationalist Air Force
as 0-49114.  WFU and stored Sung Shan, Taipei, Taiwan
9115 (MSN 27341) converted to MC-54M in 1951.
9116 (MSN 27342) to Pan American Airways asn N88885 *Clipper 
Courser*.  By 1954 was JA6002 "Takachiho" of Japan Air Lines.
9117 (MSN 27343) converted to VC-54E. to MASDC Aug 18, 1965.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC May 29 1975
as CC259.  To Canadian civil registry as C-GQIC.  With Buffalo Airways
since Nov 7, 2000.  While attempting to land at Diavik Airport, Northwest Territories Aug 28, 2002
struck the approach lights and touched down about three feet short of the 
threshold of runway 10 at the Diavik airport. The aircraft spun around, the 
right wing separated and fire erupted in the wreckage which came to rest on the 
runway about 1000 feet from the threshold. The crew evacuated the aircraft with 
minor injuries, and AFF was on the scene within 5 minutes and extinguished the 
fire
9118 (MSN 27344/DO290) 11/45 to American Overseas Airlines 
registered as N90905, named 'Flagship Glasgow, then named 'Flagship Berlin'. 
Sep 1950 sold to Pan American Airways as 'Clipper Munich', to Clipper Frankfurt', 
to Clipper Mermaid. Dec 1961 Charlotte Aircraft Engineering sold to Spanish Air 
Force as T.4-11, then later registered in Spanish civil as EC-BQL.  Returned 
to military, Spanish Air Force  as T.4-11 and written off August 09, 1976 when 
it crashed near Vejer de la Frontera,  11 of 33 fatal. 
9119 (MSN 27345) converted to AC-54E airways calibration aircraft,
then to EC-54E in 1962
9120 (MSN 27346/DO292) to RFC. Registered as N46345.  Bought by
Douglas Aircraft Co Oct 9, 1945 and converted to DC-4
conversion No. 1. Leased by Transcontinental and Western
Air (TWA)Feb 5, 1946 as "Arc de Triomphe" #604.  Destroyed
by fire at La Guardia Apt, NY Sep 28, 1948 while being
serviced.
9121 (MSN 27347) to N88888 with Pan American Airways *Clipper East Indian*, 
*Clipper Cinerama, *Clipper Bonita*, then to Spain as EdA T.4-7, and then EC-BXJ.
9123 (MSN 27349) converted to MC-54M in 1951.  to MASDC as CC196 Jun 21, 1971.
9124 (MSN 27350) by 1956 was N45346 "The Acropolis" of Trans World Airlines.
9125 (MSN 27351/DO297) to Portuguese AF in 1952 as 6601.  DBR
Jan 22, 1963.  Parted out, derelict at LPAR.
9126 (MSN 27352) to MASDC as CC205 Dec 22, 1971.  To N9013V, then VH-PAF with Pacific Air Freighters.  
Joined the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society at Illawarra Airport, New South Wales Dec 21, 2009.
9127 (MSN 27353) to American Overseas Airlines (AOA) registered as N90901, named 
'Flagship America', then named 'Flagship Stockholm', to Trans Ocean 
Airways (1948-1952), 01/61 then to Saudi Arabian Royal Flight as SA-R4, then 
Saudi Arabian Airlines as HZ-AAW, next (May 1964) to British Eagle 
International Airways registered as G-ASRS, to Belgium as OO-FAI for Fairey 
Air Freight and 11/66 to D-ADAB (Transportflug).   WFU Scrapped Mar 1970.
9130 (c;n 27356) to C-54M.  To MASDC as CC216 May 8, 1972.
9131 (MSN 27357) converted to MC-54M in 1951.  To MASDC at unknown date.
9133 (MSN 27359/DO305) delivered to the USAAF May 24, 1945. Attached to 3rd MAT at Topeka AAF, KS incurred minor 
damage Jul 20, 1946 when it taxied into a parked C-47B (43-49201). Reregistered to USAF Sep 18, 1947. Assigned 
to 520ATG at Westover AFB suffered damage 40 miles NE Roanoke, VA in a weather related accident on Aug 12, 1948. 
Assigned to 1600 ATG at Westover AFB, MA it incurred minordamage May 10, 1949 when it taxied into a parked 
C-121A (48-609). WFU & stored MASDC as CC220 Aug 13, 1972. Doss Metals Inc. bt Nov 13, 1975. 
Waig Aircraft Inc. bt Nov 10, 1976 reg. as N460WA. ARDCO Inc. bt Nov 1981 converted to fire bomber 
#151 Nov 1981. Waig Aircraft Inc. bt Oct 1983 with ARDCO Inc. leasing it Oct 1983. ARDCO Inc. again 
bt Feb 1993. Seen at Ryan Field, AZ Oct. 2006
9135 (MSN 27361) to MASDC
9136 (MSN 27362/D0308) to US Navy as BuNo 90406
9137 (MSN 27363) transferred to USN as BuNo 90407.
9138 (MSN 27364) to US Navy as BuNo 90408
9139 (MSN 27365) to US Navy as BuNo 90409
9140 (MSN 27366) to US Navy as BuNo 90410
9141 (MSN 27367) to US Navy as BuNo 90411.
9142 (MSN 27368) to US Navy as BuNo 90412.   
9143 (MSN 27369) to US Navy as BuNo 90413
9144 (MSN 27370) to US Navy as BuNo 90414.  
9145 (MSN 27371) to US Navy as BuNo 90415.
44-47049 ... 44-47748
Beech C-45F Expeditor
Some to US Navy as JRB-3/4
47049 (MSN 6841) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11744 in 1953.
47050 to reclamation at Hill AFB Jul 7, 1948
47051 to reclamation Bolling Fld Mar 14, 1950
47052 (MSN 6845) to France Jun 1, 1948 as F-BEAO (wfu)
47053 condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 14, 1945
47054 (MSN 6848) to N6818C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47055 condemned salvage Jun 12, 1946
47056 to reclamation European Theater Mar 11, 1947
47057 condemned salvage no battle damage 26 May 1945
47058 to reclamation Panama Sep 23, 1949
47059 to French Oct 12, 1946
47060 (MSN 6857) to Halliburton Oil Company, Duncan, Okla Jul 15, 1944. Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G
51-11492 in 1952.
47061 (MSN 6859) to reclamation Las Vegas AAF Apr 4, 1945.  To NC44565, N44565.  Ditched due to engine failure and
sank, West Falmouth, Massachusetts Jul 30, 1973.
47062 (MSN 6860) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11737 in 1953.
47063 (MSN 6862) to civil registry as N6411C
47065 to reclamation Las Vegas AAF Apr 4, 1945
47067 to reclamation Bolling Fld Dec 16, 1946
47069 Lend-Leaseto Paraguay as C-45F Mar 19, 1945 as FAP T-3 (Modified at Hamilton 
Field as F-2B Jan 19, 1945)
47070 (MSN 6940) to reclamation Tinker AFB May 18, 1948.  To civil registry as N5168N, N3333, N3338, 
47071 to reclamation Bolling Fld Dec 28, 1945
47072 to reclamation Bolling Fd Oct 14, 1949
47073 (MSN 6945) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11907 in 1953.
47074 to reclamation Jacksonville AAF Aug 17, 1947
47076 to reclamation Wright Fld Jul 19, 1947
47077 (MSN 6951) not delivered to USAAF, diverted to civil use.  To Standard Oil Company Jul 15, 1944 as NC44566.  
To N39Q.  Struck wires during go-around and crashed and destroyed by fire Fairfield-Caldwell Wright, New
Jersey Nov 15, 1964. 
47078 (MSN 6952) to reclamation Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11534
47080 to RAF as Expeditor II HB273.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.
To Italy Feb 7, 1949
47081 (MSN 6957) to reclamation Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11533 Jul 23, 1952.
47082 supposedly went to RAF as Expeditor II HB274, but no record of fate
nor indeed of any RAF use.  To reclamation Kelly AFB Sep 30, 1949(orig for UK)
47083 (MSN 6960) to N6819C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47084 to RAF as Expeditor II HB275.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed
while taxying, Pandaveswar Mar 19, 1945.
47085 (MSN 6963)  to civil registry as N8058H
47086 (MSN 6964) to RAF as Expeditor II HB276.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF
as MM61754.  Preserved at Ditellandia Park, Castel Volturno, Italy.
47087 (MSN 6966) to reclamation Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11523 Jun 26, 1952.
47088 to RAF as Expeditor II HB277.  DBR in gale, Bilbeis May 14, 1945
47089 (MSN 6969) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10577 in 1953
47090 to RAF as Expeditor II HB278.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1946
47092 to RAF as Expeditor II HB279.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47093 (MSN 6975) to N7390C, current with Walter W Mercer, Arvin, CA.
47094 (MSN 6976) to RAF as Expeditor II HB280.  Returned to USAAF Apr 18, 1946.
To Italy May 12, 1949 as MM61714, named "Spirit of Guidonia" .  Was reported January 1995 as being 
the next restoration project of the Italian group Gruppo Amici Velivoli Storici.  Noted preserved at
Istituto Tecnico Industraile Statale Carlo Grassi in Turin Oct 2013.
47096 to RAF as Expeditor II HB281 Aug 1944.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
47097 Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 1944
47098 to RAF as Expeditor II HB282 Aug 1944.  Dropped wing on takeoff
and crashed, Benson Dec 9, 1944.
47099 Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 1944
47100/47101 to USN Jul 1944
47102 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD752 Sep 1944
47103 to USN as BuNo 44315
47104/47109 to USN (BuNo 90532-90536) Jul 1944
47106 to US Navy as 90534.  Returned to USAF.  Assigned to Hill AFB, UT
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 24, 1955 to Mar 17, 1959
Registered as NACA 106.  Salvage Langley AFB, VA
47107 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD753
47109 MSN 6999.
47110 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD754.  Returned to USAAF.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jan 11, 1946 to May 1947.
Registered as NACA 105.  Assigned to Muroc Flight Test Unit, Muroc Field, CA
To reclamation Langley AFB Mar 2, 1950 (orgn for UK)
47111/47112 to USN (BuNo 90537/90538) Aug 1944
47113 (MSN 7005) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11501 in 1952.
47114 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD755 Sep 1944
47115 (MSN 7008) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10961 in 1954.
47116 in 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de Transportes
47117 (MSN 7011) to N6790C, LV-GTA
47118 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD756 Sep 1944
47119 to reclamation Kirtland AAF Sep 4, 1945
47120 to Italy Jan 25, 1945 (orgin for UK)
47121 (MSN 7017) to C-18S N8055H (Skyways, Cody, WY.)
47122 to RAF as Expeditor II HB283.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
47124 to reclamation Chicago Nov 10, 1948
47125 (F-2B) to reclamation at Kadena AB, Okinawa as RC-45F Oct 17, 1950
47126 to RAF as Expeditor II HB284 Aug 1944.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
47127 to reclamation Luke Fld Jun 20, 1946
47128 to reclamation European Theater Apr 30, 1948
47129 (MSN 7029) To Buick Motor Div, Flint, Michigan Jul 1944.  To C-18S NC44567, N1920 then XA-PEG 
47130 to RAF as Expeditor II HB285.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47131 Lend-Lease to Colombia Aug 1944, later as FAC 901
47132 (MSN 7033) Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 18, 1944 as 447132, later 7132.  Call sign F-RAEF.  Noted stored at 
Chateaudun AB in 1972.
47133 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 2, 1944 as 447133, later 133.  Scrapped in 1985.
47134 to RAF as Expeditor II HB286.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.
To Italy Jan 25, 1949.
47135 (MSN 7038) Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 28, 1944 as 447135, later 135.  SOC Nov 14, 1969.  Reported dumped at 
Reims/Champagne Jun 15, 1974.
47136 (F-2B) to reclamation FEA Jan 15, 1948
47137 (MSN 7041) to Chevrolet Div, GMC Jul 4, 1944 as NC44568, later NC5103, N5103.  To N44568 
47138 to Emerson Electric Jul 1944.  RAF record card says that it
went to RAF as Expeditor II HB287 and SOC Oct 31, 1946.
47139 (MSN 7044) to C-18S NC44569, N44569.  With Heritage in Flight Museum, Springfield, IL. since 
31-Jul-1985
47141 (MSN 7047) to reclamation Kelly Fld Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11539 in 1952.
47142 to RAF as Expeditor II HB288.  Returned to USAAF Apr 4, 1946.
Salvaged in Germany Jul 25, 1949
47144 (MSN 7051) to N6786C.  Fitted with Edo floats.  To CF-MJT
47145 (MSN 7053) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10580 in 1953.
47146 to RAF as Expeditor II HB289.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
To reclamation WIPE ET Mar 29, 1948
47147 Wendover AFB, UT salvaged Oct 4, 1949
47148 to Britain Sep 1944
47149 (MSN 7059) to N6792C
47150 to RAF as Expeditor II HB290.  DBR in gale, Bilbeis May 14, 1945.
47151/47153 to USN (BuNo 90539-90541) Aug 1944
47153 MSN 7065
47154 (MSN 7066) to RAF as Expeditor II HB291.  Returned to
USAAF Jun 9, 1946.  To French AF Jan 6, 1948, callsign F-ZJAI.  Reservation F-BECX reserved Oct 1948 but
NTU.  To F-OADT Jul 7, 1949, cancelled Apr 1955.  To French AF at Centre d'Essais en Vol Feb 1955 as 066.
47155/47156 to USN (90542/90543) Aug 1944
47157 Ladd AAF,AK surveyed Feb 31, 1946
47158 to RAF as Expeditor II HB292 Sep 1944.  SOC Oct 4, 1945.
47159 (MSN 7074) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10909 in 1954
47160 (MSN 7075) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10912 in 1954.
47161 (MSN 7077) to N8005H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47162 supposedly went to RAF as Expeditor II HB293, but no record
of fate nor indeed of any RAF use.  Reclamation Lockburn AAF Dec 9, 1947
47163 (MSN 7080) to N6793C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47164 to reclamation Erding AFB, Germany Mar 8, 1950
47165 (MSN 7083) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10908 in 1954.
47166 to RAF as Expeditor II HB294.  Returned to USAAF at Payne Field, Cairo Egypt Jul 25, 1946.  
Registered NC79924 to Arabian-American Oil Company (Aramco) at Dharan, Saudi Arabia Oct 16, 1947, 
later as N79924.  Cancelled Oct 25, 1954.
47167 to reclamation Peterson AFB Mar 2, 1948
47168 (MSN 7087) to FA Dominicana as FAD15 in 1956.  
47169 (MSN 7089) to reclamation Tinker AFB Jun 9, 1948.  To civil registry as N5338N
47170 to RAF as Expeditor II HB295 Sep 1944.  Flew into hill in cloud
near Ariano Irpino, Italy Apr 3, 1945.
47171/47173 to USN (90544/90546) Aug 1944
47174 to RAF as Expeditor II HB296 Sep 1944.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
47175/47176 to USN (90547/90548) Aug 1944
47177 (MSN 7101) to Italian AF Jan 25, 1949 as MM61717.  Noted on pylon at Castel Volturno, Italy 1994-2004.
Site cleared in 2004/
47178 (MSN 7102) to RAF as Expeditor II HB297.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61717.
Preserved at Ditellandia Park, Castel Volturno, Italy.
47179 to RFC Denver, Co May 8, 1946
47180 (MSN 7105) to N8006H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47181 13AF condemned salvage Jul 24, 1945
47182 to RAF as Expeditor II HB298 Sep 1944.  DBR when bellylanded on hillside following engine failure, 
Bajidhanpara, Amipur Jan 28, 1945
47183 to RFC Denver, Colorado Jan 22, 1947
47184 (MSN 7111) to N6794C.  Fitted with Edo floats.  To CF-NCL
47186 to RAF as Expeditor II HB299.  Returned to USAAF Apr 11, 1946.  To Italy May 12, 1949
47187 (MSN 7116) to Bendix Corp Aug 1944 as NX44570.  To PP-XEY, PP-FEP.  Noted derelict at Sao Paulo in 1980.
47188 (MSN 7117) to N8007H, modified as Conrad 10200.  To N102G
47189 reclamation completed BADE Dec 30, 1947
47190 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ468.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
Reclamation completed Germany May 27, 1948
47192 (MSN 7123) was at one time N2843G.  Registration N8096C reserved Jul 13, 2005.
47193 Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1389 Aug 1944
47194 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ469.  Returned to USAAF Apr 11, 1946.
Reclamation completed Jun 9, 1948
47195 reclamation completed Maxwell AFB Apr 18, 1950
47196 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 2, 1944
47197 Union SAF diverted to Military Intelligence Nov 4, 1944
47198 (MSN 7132) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ470.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
To Italy Jan 25, 1949 as MM61708.  Preserved at Ditellandia Park, Castel Volturno, Italy
47200/47201 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 2, 1944
47202 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD757 Sep 1944
47205 reclamation completed Stout Nov 19, 1947
47206 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD758.  Reclamation completed Nov 30, 1948
47207 Redmond surveyed Sep 20, 1944
47208 (MSN 7147) Lend-Lease to French AF as 208 Sep 28, 1944
47209 to N6795C.  Crashed and destroyed during mosquito spraying run, Brownsville, Texas Oct 21, 1967
47210 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD759 Sep 1944
47211 (MSN 7152) to Allison Motors, GM Corp Aug 1944 as NC44571, later N5101.  To D-IDHE, N5181.  Fitted with
floats.  Crashed when struck earth bank during water takeoff from canal, North Perry, FL Nov 9, 1967.
47212 (MSN 7153) to N6787C current with Karl Knight, Miami, FL. since 15-Sep-1966
47213 (MSN 7155) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1390 Aug 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To French AF in 1962 
as 1390, later 390.  Noted stored at Chateaudun AB in 1973.
47214 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD760 Aug 1944
47215 (MSN 7158) Lend-Lease to RCAF Aug 1944 as Expeditor II 1391.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  
To French AF as 1391, later 391.  Noted in storage at Chateaudun AB in 1972.
47216 (MSN 7159) Lend-Lease to RCAF Aug 1944 as Expeditor II 1392.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  
To N506PA in 1968.  Current with Charles G Wentworth, Paso Robles, CA. since 21-Jan-1998
47218 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD761
47219 Lend-Lease to RCAF Aug 1944 as Expeditor II
47220 reclamation completed Paterson AAF Oct 3, 1945
47221 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 1944
47222 to RAF as Expeditor II  KJ471.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.  To Italy Feb 7, 1949
47223/47225 to USN (90549/90551) Aug 1944
47223 (MSN 7170) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 90549
47226 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ472.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47227/47228 to USN (90552/90553) Aug 1944
47228 (MSN 7177) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 90553.
47229 (MSN 7179) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11486 in 1952.
47230 (MSN 7180) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ473.  Returned to USAAF
May 9, 1946.  To French AF Jun 1, 1948.  To F-BECA
47231 (MSN 7182) reclamation completed Kelly Fld Mar 9, 1948.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11544 in 1952.
47232 Marieta salvaged Dec 5, 1946; Reclamation completed Jan 28, 1947
47234 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ474.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
Reclamation completed Germany Jul 7, 1948
47235 (MSN 7188) to Italy Jan 25, 1949.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11743 in 1953.
47236 (MSN 7189) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10575 in 1953 
47237 (MSN 7191) to N6268C to Clover Park School District, Tacoma, Washington in 1956 as instructional airframe.
47238 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ475.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
47239 diverted to War Assets May 29, 1946
47240 Kirtland AFB salavaged Oct 5, 1950
47241 (MSN 7691) reclamation completed Germany Feb 11, 1949.  To F-BEDV wfu
47242 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ476.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47243/47245 to USN (BuNo 90554/90556) Aug 1944
47246 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ477.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To Italy Feb 7, 1949
47247/47248 to USN (BuNo 90557/90558) Aug 1944
47248 (MSN 7207)
47249 condemned salvage Jul 8, 1946
47250 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ478 Sep 1944.  DBR when caught fire
during maintenance at New Delhi Aug 7, 1945.
47251 (MSN 7212) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11502 in 1952.
47252/47253 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47254 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ479 Oct 1944.  Officially returned to
USAAF Jun 11, 1946 but while on delivery flight dove into ground
out of cloud at Tavoy Point, Burma Jun 22, 1946.
47255 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47256/47257 reclamation completed FEA Jan 6, 1947
47258 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ480 Sep 1944.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.
47259 (MSN 7224) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11910.
47260 reclamation completed Patterson AAF Oct 26, 1944
47261 (MSN 7227) to N2842G (Dicks Air Service, Lepanto, AZ.)
47262 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ481.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 13, 1946.  To France Jun 1, 1948
47263 France diverted to Military Intelligence May 1, 1946
47264 assigned to Wright Field, OH.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
later as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 9, 1945 to Jan 8, 1954
Assigned to Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY.  Reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 12, 1951
47265 (MSN 7233) to Britain Sep 1944.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11524 in 1952.
47266 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ482.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
47267 reclamation completed Olmstead AAF Aug 18, 1947
47268 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47269 WAA scrapped Jun 19, 1947
47270 condemned salvage May 4, 1946
47271 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ483 Sep 1944.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire after striking trees in bad weather 15mi ENE of
Mirpur Apr 7, 1945.
47272 reclamation completed Newark AB Jun 2, 1946
47273 Lend-Lease to Chile Sep 1944.  Crashed by Jan 1945.  Replaced by 44-87100.
47274 (MSN 7244) to Cities Service Co Aug 31, 1944 as NC2000.  To N2000, N2011.
47275 to USN (90559) Sep 1944
47276 (MSN 7246) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ484.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
To French purchaser as F-BEDY Jun 1948.  To TR-LLV
47277/47279 to USN (90560/90562) Sep 1944
47280 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ485. No record of fate but probably
returned to USAAF, since reclamation completed Germany Jul 25, 1949
47281 to USN (95063) Sep 1944
47282 condemned salvage obsolete Sep 22, 1945
47283 condemned accident not combat related Oct 14, 1945
47284 Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 11, 1944
47285 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ486.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.  To Italy 25 Jan 1949
47286 Wright-Patterson AFB destroyed Jun 1, 1950
47288 (MSN 7260) diverted and sold to India Govt Apr 10, 1946.  To VT-CET
47289 Kirtland AFB salvaged Feb 13, 1950
47290 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ487.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.  To Italy May 5, 1949
47291 (MSN 7265) remanufactured by Beec as TC-45G 51-11599 in 1952.
47292 to RFC Cincinatti Mar 21, 1946
47293 reclamation completed Brookley AFB Feb 1, 1949
47294 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 29, 1944
47295 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ488 Oct 1944. SOC Mar 18, 1945.
47296 (MSN 7671) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 1, 1949.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11532 Jul 23, 1952.
47297 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ489 Oct 1944.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
47298 (MSN 7675?) in landing accident Nov 13, 1946 5 mi NW of
McKeesport, PA.  In 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de
Transportes.
47300 (MSN 7676) to RAF as Expeditor II KG490 in Oct 1944.  Damaged
when swung on landing at Nagpur Jan 28, 1946.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.
47301 (MSN 7678) to Sinclair Prairie Oil Co Sep 1944 as NC44573, later N44573.  
47302 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD762
47303 (MSN 7680) to RAF as Expeditor II Oct 1944.  Returned to USAF.  To civil registry as N6796C 
(Delogra Aviation, Fort Lauderdale, FL.)
47304 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD763 Oct 1944
47305/47306 to USN (90564/90565) Sep 1944
47307 (MSN 7685) to Royal Navy as Expeditor II HD764 in 1944.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm in Australia
with call sigh VJ-AAD.  To French AF as 307 Jun 1948.  To F-BECQ, returned to French AF as 307.
47308 to USN (90566) Sep 1944
47309 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD765 Oct 1944
47310/47311 to USN (90567/90568) Sep 1944
47311 (MSN 7690) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 90568
47312 Lend-Lease to Royal navy as HD766.  To French AF Jun 1, 1948
47313 reclamation completed Maxwell AB Jun 27, 1947
47314 (MSN 7693) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11741 in 1953.
47315 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ491.  Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946.  To Italy May 5, 1949
47318 to RFC Denver Jul 29, 1946
47319 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 1944
47320 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ492.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.  To Italy Mar 3, 1949
47321/47323 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 29, 1944
47325 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ493 Nov 1944. SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61714 in 1949
47326 to Air Research Manufacturing Co 18 Sep 1944
47327 (MSN 7709) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10954.
47328 condemned crashed at Guam Island, Marianas Jun 20, 1945
47329 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ494.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.  To Italy Mar 5, 1949
47330 reclamation completed Apr 29, 1948
47331/47333 to USN (90569/90570) Sep 1944
47334 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ495 Oct 1944.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
47335/47337 to USN (90571/90573) Sep 1944
47338 (MSN 7723) to OB-WAQ-481, OB-QAJ-481, N6797C
47339 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ496.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
47340 (MSN 7725) to N8010H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47341 reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 12, 1951
47342 (MSN 7728) to civil registry as N8011H, CF-PSU (Air Dale), later N1047B.
47343 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ497.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
To Italy May 1949
47344 (MSN 7730) to Republic Aviation Corp Sep 1944 as NC445786.  To N7eX, N3534B, HP-319
47345/47346 to USN (90574/90575) Oct 1944
47345 (MSN 7731) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 90574
47347 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ498 Oct 1944.  SOC May 30, 1946.
47348/47350 to USN (90576/90578) Oct 1944
47351 reclamation completed Jan 6,1947
47352 (MSN 7740) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ499.  To VT-ASW with Government of India Apr 1945 and cancelled
May 30, 1946.  Returned to USAF in Germany.  To French civil registry as F-BECF Jun 1, 1948
47353 to Brazil Nov 1944
47354 (MSN 7743) not delivered to USAAF, diverted to Fisher Body division of General Motors Sep 1944.
Issued civil registry as NC44578, later N5104.  To N44578, N286M
47355 (MSN 7744) to French Jun 1948.  In 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de Transportes.  To N6145U
47356 (MSN 7745) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ500.  Returned to USAAF in Germany Jun 27, 1946.  Transferred
to French AF Jun 2, 1948 as 447356.  SOC May 18, 1972 at Chateaudun.  Reported still there Jun 17, 1974
47358 (MSN 7748) to N6798C (Delogra Aviation, Fort Lauderdale.)
47359 (MSN 7749) reclamation completed Brookley AFB Feb 13, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11603 in 1952.
47360 (MSN 7750) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ501 Oct 1944.  To VT-ASS with Government of India Apr 1945 and
cancelled Mar 28, 1946.  SOC Jun 27, 1946. 
47362 (MSN 7753) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11490 in 1952. 
47363 (MSN 7754) modified to F-2B.  To RFC Denver Jul 29, 1946. To NC75703, N75795, N75M, N7570
47364 (MSN 7755) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ502.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.   To French AF Jun 18, 1948.
to French civil registry as F-BEDB.
47365/47367 to USN (90579/90581) Sep 1944
47365 (MSN 7756) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 90579 in 1944.  
47368 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ503 Oct 1944.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.
47369/47370 to USN (48246/48247) Oct 1944. SOC Jun 26, 1947
47370 (MSN 7763) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 48247.
47372 (MSN 7770) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ504 Oct 1944.  TO VT-ASZ with government of India Apr 1945 and
cancelled Jul 31, 1946.
47373 (MSN 7766) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11528 in 1952. 
47374 to excess inventory list Sep 1, 1945
47375 Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 11, 1944
47376 (MSN 7770) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ505.  to Government of India as VT-ASZ 1945-46.  Returned to USAAF 
Nov 28, 1946.  To Italian AF Apr 30, 1949
47377 (MSN 7771) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11740 in 1953.
47379 condemned surplus Dec 29, 1944
47380 (MSN 7775) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ506.  Returned to USAAF
May 30, 1946.  To  French Jun 2, 1949.  To F-BEDK, wfu
47381 (MSN 7776) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11905 in 1953.
47382 (MSN 7778) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11906 in 1953.
47383 (MSN 7779) to RFC Washington May 3, 1945.  To civil registry s NC52722, N52722
47384 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ507 Nov 1944.  DBR when blown off
runway into ditch after landing and undercarriage collapsed,
Alipore Sep 7, 1945.
47385/47387 to USN (48248/48250) Oct 1944
47388 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ508.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
Reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
47389 to USN (48251) Oct 1944
47390 to USN (85096) Oct 1944
47391 to Brazil Nov 1944
47392 (MSN 7790) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ509.  Returned to USAAF Jun 29, 1946.
To VT-ASX with government of India Apr 1945 and cancelled Jul 31, 1946.  To French civil
registry as F-OAAJ Nov 12, 1947.  To F-BHTZ in 1958.
47393 (MSN 7791) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10956 in 1954
47394 (MSN 7793) to Barnsdell Oil Company Oct 1944; to C-18S NC44572, N44572 
47395 reclamation completed Maxwell AAF 25 Aug 1947
47396 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ510.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
To Italy Feb 7, 1949
47397 to Brazil Nov 1944
47398 (MSN 7798) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951. Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11515.
47400 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD767.  Reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
47401 to Brazil Nov 1944
47402 reclamation completed Almogordo Oct 15, 1945
47403 Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 11, 1944
47404 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD768 Dec 1944
47405 to Brazil Nov 1944
47406 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 12, 1944
47407 to Brazil Nov 1944
47408 Lend-Lease to oyal Navy as HD769.  To Italy Feb 7, 1949
47409 (MSN 7811) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor Mk.II 1397 Oct 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To CF-SBD
47410 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 12, 1944.  Candidate for US registry May 1979 but no US
registration known
47411 condemned inventory Jun 11, 1945
47412 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD770.  To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47413 Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1395 Oct 1944
47414 reclamation completed Sioux City AAF Oct 25, 1945
47415 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD771 Jan 1945
47416 (MSN 7820) to Socony Vacuum Oil Co. Oct 1944 as NC2631, N2631.
47417 (MSN 7821) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11518 in 1952.
47418 (MSN 7823) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ511.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 17, 1946.  To French Jun 2, 1948.  To F-BENA, F-VNAL
47419/47421 to USN (85097/85099) Oct 1944
47421 (MSN 7826) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85099
47422 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ512 Nov 1944.  Destroyed by fire after
being hit by shell from Japanese anti-tank gun, Meiktila
Mar 21, 1945.
47423/47424 to USN (85100/85101) Oct 1944
47425 Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1394 Oct 1944
47426 (MSN 7833) delivered to USAAF, assigned to 427AAFBU at Roswell, AAF, NM crashed on take-off at Biggs Field, TX on 
Oct 25, 1946 damaging a C-47B (44-77265).  Reclamation completed Biggs Fld May 15, 1947
47428 (MSN 7835) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1396 in Oct 1944, then to civil market as CF-RVL in 1966, and C-FRVL 
on floats May 13, 1971, with Rusty Myers Flying Service(1986), Fort Frances, ONT. 
since Jun 14, 1991.  Noted at Fort Frances on ramp with both engines removed in 2006.
47429 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ513 Jan 1945.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
47430 to storage Bedford AAF, Mass Oct 6, 1946
47431 (MSN 7839) to N6801C, N5444A, CX-BAL (ntu)
47432 (MSN 7840) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ514.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
To French Jun 25, 1948 as F-OAAK, F-BGTN.
47433 (MSN 7841) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor Mk.II 1398 Oct 1944.  Rebuilt as Mk.3T standard.  To N6368 with
Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ.  N518PA reserved.  N6368 noted in Hamilton storage compound in 1971.
47434 reclamation completed Boise, ID Oct 19, 1950
47435 (F-2B) reclamation completed Clark AFB, PI Aug 9, 1950
47436 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ515 Nov 1944.  Returned to USAAF Apr 24, 1947.
47437 (MSN 7845) to Dresser Mgf Co, NY Oct 1944 as NC44579.  Later N44579, XA-BIN, N165S, HR-263.
47438/47439 to USN (85102/85103) Oct 1944
47440 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ516.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To Italy Apr 26, 1949
47441/47443 to USN (85104/85106) Oct 1944
47441 (MSN 7849) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85104
47444 (MSN 7852) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ517.  To VT-ASR with government of India Apr 1945 and
cancelled Mar 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946.  To Italian AF May 2, 1949
47445 (MSN 7853) remanufactured as C-45G 51-11601 in 1952.
47446 (MSN 7854) reclamation completed Lowry AFB, CO Aug 16, 1949
47447 (MSN 7855) reclamation completed Amarillo AAF Oct 15, 1945
47448 (MSN 7856) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ518 Dec 1944.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 27, 1946
47449 (MSN 7857) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10959 in 1954
47450 (MSN 7858) to Fairbanks Morese Co Oct 1944 as NC44580.  To N445N.  Crashed and destroyed by fire in
forced landing off-airport due to engine failure after takeoff, Houston, Texas Jul 18, 1965.
47451 (MSN 7859) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951
47452 (MSN 7860)  to RAF as Expeditor II KJ519 Dec 1944.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
47453 (MSN 7861) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  To N8012H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47454 (MSN 7862) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11541 in 1952.
47455 (MSN 7863) to Britian Dec 1944.  Remanufacted by Beech as TC-45G 51-11527 in 1952.
47456 (MSN 7864) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ520.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
47457 (MSN 7865)
47458 (MSN 7866) to Brazil Nov 1944
47459 (MSN 7867) to N1851C
47460 (MSN 7868) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ521.  To VT-ASP with government of India Apr 1945 and
cancelled Jun 22, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946.  To Italy May 5, 1949
47461 (MSN 7869) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10583 in 1953.
47462 (MSN 7870)
47463 (MSN 7871) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ522.  To VT-ASU with government of India May 1945 and
cancelled May 20, 1946.  Returned to USAAF at Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany by April 1947.  Then to Foreign
Liquidation Commission.  To Poland Jun 1, 1948.  To civil registry as F-OACB, w/o Pakse, Vietnam Jun 17, 1950.
47464 (MSN 7872)
47465 (MSN 7873) (F-2B) Buckley Field surveyed May 9, 1951
47466 (MSN 7874) Lend-Lease to Mexico Nov 1944
47467 (c/m 7875) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ523 Jan 1945.  SOC May 30, 1946
47468 (MSN 7876) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11543 in 1952.
47469 (MSN 7877) reclamation completed Drew AAF Jul 11, 1945
47470 (MSN 7878) reclamation completed Erding AFB, Germany  Nov 4, 1948
47471 (MSN 7879) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ524.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 27, 1946.  To F-BENB then To French AF as 447471 Jun 3, 1948, later 471.  
47472 (MSN 7880)
47473 (MSN 7881) F-2B to RFC Denver Aug 8, 1946.  To NC39142, in 1946, as N39142 in 1948.  To N81GB in 1973.  
On display at Proud Bird Restaurant, Los Angeles IAP, California since 2002.
47474 (MSN 7882) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10574 in 1953
47475 (MSN 7883) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ525 Dec 1944.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
47476 (MSN 7884)
47477 (MSN 7885)
47478 (MSN 7886)
47479 (MSN 7887) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ526. Returned to USAAF
Aug 29, 1946.  To Campaignie Air Transport Apr 1948 as F-BEDE.  Registration VH-BRQ reserved by
not taken up, back as F-BEDE, then sold to Gabon as TR-LLU
47480 (MSN 7888) to US Navy as BuNo 85107 Nov 1944
47481 (MSN 7889) to JA5031
47482 (MSN 7890) to US Navy as BuNo 85108 Nov 1944
47483 (MSN 7891) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ527.  To VT-ASV with government of India May 1945 and cancelled
May 25, 1946.  Returned to USAAF in France Dec 11, 1947, to VT-ACV, F-BEDG, w/o
47484/47486 to USN (85109/85111) Nov 1944
47487 (MSN 7895) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ528. Returned to USAAF
Aug 29, 1946.  To France Jun 3, 1948.  To civil registry as F-BECG, CN-MAG wfu
47488 (MSN 7896) to N7166C
47489 (MSN 7897) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10951 in 1954.
47490 (MSN 7898) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10920 in 1954
47491 (MSN 7899) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ529.  To VT-ASO with government of India Mar 1945 and
cancelled Mar 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946.  To Italy May 5, 1949
47492 (MSN 7900) condemned salvage no battle damage 20 Jun 1945
47493 (MSN 7901) to Brazil Nov 1944
47494 (MSN 7902) to Collins Radio Co Nov 1944
47495 (MSN 7903) to RAF as Expeditor II KG530.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
To Italy May 5, 1949
47496 (MSN 7904) diverted to USMC 31 Mar 1946
47497 (MSN 7905) to N6802C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47498 (MSN 7906) to USN (85112) Jan 1945
47499 (MSN 7907) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD772 Jan 1945
47500/47502 to USN (BuNo 85113/85115) Nov 1944
47500 (MSN 7908)
47501 (MSN 7909)
47502 (MSN 7910)
47503 (MSN 7911) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II HD773 Jan 1945.  To C-18S N4858V (Isle Royale Seaplane Service), 
current as C-GESW with Clearwater Airways, Emo, ONT since Oct 19, 1999
47504 (MSN 7912) to USN as JRB-4 85116 Nov 1944
47505 (MSN 7913) Stout AAF surveyed Apr 27, 1945
47506 (MSN 7914)
47507 (MSN 7915) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD774 Jan 1945
47508 (MSN 7916) reclamation completed Memphis, TN Jan 24, 1945
47509 (MSN 7917) (HQ, 15th AF) damaged Jul 24, 1945 when ground looped at Rome
Ciampino AFB.  Condemned salvage not combat related Aug 2, 1945
47510 (MSN 7918) to excess inventory list Aug 3, 1945
47511 (MSN 7919) Lend-Lease to British Royal Navy Jan 1945 as HD775
47512 (MSN 7920) Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 17, 1944
47513 (MSN 7921) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10903 in 1954.
47514 (MSN 7922) Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 17, 1944
47515 (MSN 7923) Lend-Lease to British Royal Navy as HD776 Mar 1945
47516/47518 Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 17, 1944
47516 (MSN 7924) to French AF as 447516, call sign F-RAEA
47517 (MSN 7925)
47518 (MSN 7926)
47519 (MSN 7927) RAF as KJ531, returned to USAAF Apr 1947, then to French civil registry as F-BESD Sep 1948,
To French AF as 447519, later 519 in 1956, callsign F-YJAH
47520 (MSN 7928) excess inventory list Nov 19, 1947
47521 (MSN 7929) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
47522 (MSN 7930) to Switzerland Oct 5, 1949
47523 (MSN 7931) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ532 in 1945.  Returned to USAAF
at Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany.  To Italian AF Feb 7, 1949 as MM61702.  Seen on fire dump in 1983
47524 (MSN 7932) condemned salvage not combat related Jun 21, 1945
47525 (MSN 7933)
47526 (MSN 7934) to Balboa, Panama Mar 16, 1949
47527 (MSN 7935) to British Dec 1944
47528 (MSN 7936) reclamation completed Feb 2, 1946
47529 (MSN 7937) reclamation completed Jan 14, 1944.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10913 in 1954
47530 (MSN 7938) to Britian Dec 1944
47531 (MSN 7939)
47532/47534 to USN (85117/85119) Dec 1944
47532 (MSN 7940)
47533 (MSN 7941)
47534 (MSN 7942)
47535 (MSN 7943) to Italian AF Feb 7, 1949 as MM61762. Displayed at Guigonia AB from 1994.
47536/47537 to USN (85120/85121) Nov 1944
MSN 7944/7945
47538 (MSN 7946) to Britain as Expeditor II KD531 Jan 1945.  To C-18S N6083C, N6112, N681C
47539 (MSN 7947) to VT-ATA with government of India Apr 1945.  Condemned salvage parts Oct 8, 1946
47540 (MSN 7948) condemned lost, not combat related Apr 15, 1946
47541 (MSN 7949) lost in Alaska Apr 12, 1946.  MACR 15535.
47542 (MSN 7950) reclamation completed Alaska Jul 14, 1949.  To C-18S N57141, N92G, N92GC
47543 (MSN 7951) to Britian Jan 1945
47544 (MSN 7952)
47545 (MSN 7953) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10948 in 1954.
47546 (MSN 7954) to N8068H
47547 (MSN 7955) to Britian Dec 1944
47548 (MSN 7956) condemned crashed Sep 16, 1945
47549/47550 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47549 (MSN 7957)
47550 (MSN 7958)
47551 (MSN 7959) to Britian Jan 1945
47552/47554 to USN (85122/85124) Nov 1944
47552 (MSN 7960)
47553 (MSN 7961)
47554 (MSN 7962)
47555 (MSN 7963) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47556/47557 to USN (85125/85126) Nov 1944
47556 (MSN 7964) to US Navy as JRB-4 85125.
47557 (MSN 7965)
47558 (MSN 7966) To Jack Heintz Co Nov 1944.  To C.18S NC44577, N44577.  To HP-450, back to N44577.
47559 (MSN 7967) to Italy Apr 20, 1949
47560 (MSN 7968) reclamation completed Germany May 27, 1948
47561 9MSN 7969)
47562 (MSN 7970) to N6805C.  Noted stripped in Connor storage compound at Miami airport in 1978.
47563 (MSN 7971) to Italy Apr 20, 1949
47564 (MSN 7972) condemned salvage Jul 25, 1946
47565 (MSN 7973) reclamation completed Wright-Patterson AFB Mar 16, 1948
47566 (MSN 7974) Lend-Lease to Paraguay Mar 16, 1945
47567 (MSN 7975) to Britain Jan 1945
47568 (MSN 7976) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10792 in 1954
47569 (MSN 7977) reclamation completed Kelly AAF May 29, 1947
47570 (MSN 7978) wrecked, Newark AB,NJ; Salvaged Apr 10, 1948
47571 (MSN 7979) to France Jun 3, 1948
47572 (MSN 7980) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1399 Dec 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To CF-NRK
47573 (MSN 7981) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10786 in 1954
47574 (MSN 7982) reclamation completed Bolling AFB, DC Mar 18, 1949
47575 (MSN 7983) wrecked Dec 9, 1949, London, England: Engine failure, forced-landing; 
London HQ salvaged  Mar 30, 1950
47576 (MSN 7984) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
47577 (MSN 7985) reclamation completed McClellan AFB Jun 17, 1948.  
47578 (MSN 7986) to USN as BuNo 85127 Dec 1944
47579 (MSN 7987) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ546 in 1944.  Returned to USAAF in Germany.  To French civil registry
Dec 11, 1947 as F-BECE for Ste Des Avions Taxis D. Indochine in Saigon.  Crashed Jan 4, 1950.
47580/47582 to USN (85128/85130) Dec 1944
47580 (MSN 7988) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85128
47581 (MSN 7989) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85129
47582 (MSN 7990) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85130.
47583 (MSN 7991) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47584 (MSN 7992) to US Navy as BuNo 85131 Dec 1944
47585 (MSN 7993) to Hercules Powder Co, Calif Dec 1944.  To C.18S NC44581, 
current as N44581 with Rourke Aviation, Bartlesville, OK. since 05-Dec-1968
47586 (MSN 7994) to C-18S N6806C.  Crashed in forced landing off-airport during parachuting operations, 
Theodore, AL Oct 5, 1980.
47587 (MSN 7995) to CIE Air Transport May 1948 as F-BEDD
47589 (MSN 7997) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
47590 (MSN 7998) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47591 (MSN 7999) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ549.  Returned to USAAF in Germany by 1947
and sold Jun 3, 1948 as F-BEDH.  To French AF as 447591, later 591
47592 (MSN 8000) to N7165C 
47593 (MSN 8001) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10964 in 1954
47594 (MSN 8002) reclamation completed Griffiss AFB (Rome AD), NY Oct 7, 1948
47595 (MSN 8003) reclamation completed Mar 8, 1947
47596 (MSN 8004) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10578 in 1953
47597 (MSN 8005) remanufactured by Beech as C-45h 52-10782 IN 1954.
47598 (MSN 8006) to USN (85132) Dec 1944
47599 (MSN 8007) to RAF as Expeditor II.  Returned to USAAF in Germany.  To French user Jun 3, 1948, registered 
as F-BEDR Oct 1948.  W/o in 1952
47600/47602 to USN (85133/85135) Dec 1944
MSN 8008/8010
47603 (MSN 8011) converted to F-2B.  To TG-DEG.  Crashed Feb 2, 1960.
47604 (MSN 8012) to USN (44555) Dec 1944
47605 (MSN 8013) to Foreign Liquidation Commission Italy Feb 7, 1949.  To N6807C with Delogra Aviation Corp,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
47606 (MSN 8014) to N6806C, N234GB, N51717
47607 (MSN 8015) to government of India as VT-AST Apr 1945 and cancelled Mar 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF in
Germany.  To Italian AF in 1949.
47608 (MSN 8016)
47609 (MSN 8017)
47610 (MSN 8018)
47611 (MSN 8019) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47612 (MSN 8020)
47613 (MSN 8021) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
47614 (MSN 8022) to Italian AF Jan 25, 1949 as MM61683
47615 (MSN 8023)
47616 (MSN 8024) to N3306E
47617 (MSN 8025) reclamation completed Mitchel AFB, NY Jan 17, 1951.  Now on display
at Altus AFB, OK 
47618 (MSN 8026) to N6809C with Delogra Aviation Corp, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
47619 (MSN 8027) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ556.  To government of India as VT-ASY Apr 1945 and cancelled Jul 31, 1946.
47622 to West Production Co Dec 1944
47620 (MSN 8028) to N6409C, N202WV
47621 (MSN 8029)
47622 (MSN 8030) to NC111W, N111W
47623 (MSN 8031) to Foreign Liquidation Commission Italy Apr 23, 1949
47624 (MSN 8032) reclamation completed Hamilton Fld Jun 7, 1946
47625 (MSN 8033)
47626 (MSN 8034) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1421 Jan 1945, sold to civil market as CF-UWE, C-FUWE (Atlantic Central Airlines).  
Preserved at Canadian Bushplane Heritage Center, Sault Ste Marie, Canada.
47627 (MSN 8035) reclamation completed Germany May 27, 1948
47628 (MSN 8036) to C-18S N6810C 
47630 (MSN 8038) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1417 Dec 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To CF-PCH.  Retired with
Canadian Voyager Airlines in 1980.
47631 (MSN 8039) reclamation completed Mar 8, 1947
47632 (MSN 8040) Smoky Hill AAF surveyed Dec 4, 1945
47633 (MSN 8041) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1418 Dec 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  Sold to civil market 
as CF-KAK in 1966.
47634 (MSN 8042) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1419 Dec 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To CF-RSS, CF-DWS, C-FDWS
47635 (MSN 8043) to Britain Jan 1945
47636 (MSN 8044) reclamation completed Memphis, TN Jul 13, 1950
47637 (MSN 8045) to Consolidated Steel Corp Dec 1944 as NC44582, later N44582
47638/47642 to USN (44556/44560) Dec 1944
47638 (MSN 8046) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44556
47639 (MSN 8047)
47640 (MSN 8048)
47641 (MSN 8049)
47642 (MSN 8050)
47643 (MSN 8051) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11739 in 1953.
47644 (MSN 8052) Lend-Lease to Brazil diverted to Military Intelligence Jan 4, 1945
47645 (MSN 8053) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11500 in 1952.
47646 (MSN 8054)
47647 (MSN 8055) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11900 in 1953.
47648 (MSN 8056) to N8013H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47649 (MSN 8057) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11595.
47650 (MSN 8058) to N305, N161Z, N5082K
47651 (MSN 8059) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47652 (MSN 8060) reclamation completed Chanute AFB Dec 20, 1948
47653 (MSN 8061) reclamation completed Tyndal AAF Aug 25, 1947
47654 (MSN 8062)
47655/47657 to USN (44561/44563) Jan 1945
47655 (MSN 8063
47656 (MSN 8064) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44562
47657 (MSN 8065)
47658 (MSN 8066) to CAA as NC92, N92, N79.
47659 (MSN 8067) to D-18C N1355N, current with 
Sky Tours Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. since 19-May-1967
47660 (MSN 8068) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10780.
47661 (MSN 8069) converted to F-2B.  Diverted to Foreign Liquidation Commission 15 Sep 1947
47662 (MSN 8070) reclamation completed Biggs Fld Oct 1, 1945.  To NC59550, N59550.  Struck trees during
forced landing at International Fall, Minnesota Aug 28, 1965.
47663 (MSN 8071) to Eastern Aircraft Division, General Motors Corp, Dec 1944 as NC44583.  Later N44583, N5102.
47664 (MSN 8072) reclamation completed McClellan AAF Mar 4, 1946
47665 (MSN 8073) to N6811C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.) 
47666 (MSN 8074) to RFC Denver, CO Jul 14, 1946.  To N65576, N170V
47667 (MSN 8075) to N6812C, CP-716.  Crqashed Puerto Suarez Sep 21, 1965.
47668 (MSN 8076) to N5974V.  Crashed and destroyed in forced landing due to fuel exhaustion, Sonora, Texas
Feb 28, 1965
47669 (MSN 8077)
47670 (MSN 8078) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11909 in 1953.
47671 (MSN 8079) to N8014H
47672 (MSN 8080)
47673 (MSN 8081) to RFC Rome, NY Mar 14, 1946
47674 (MSN 8082) reclamation completed May 30, 1948
47675 (MSN 8083) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
47676 (MSN 8084) condemned salvage Jun 6, 1946
47677 (MSN 8085) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
47678 (MSN 8086) (15AF) condemned salvage Nov 29, 1945
47679 (MSN 8087) (9AF) condemned salvage Apr 6, 1946
47680 (MSN 8088) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
47681 (MSN 8089) to N7330C
47682 (MSN 8090) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10953 in 1954.
47683 (MSN 8091) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10793 in 1954
47684 (MSN 8092) Ft. Richardson, AK to civilian application Nov 17, 1949.  Remanufactured by Beech as
C-45H 52-10943 in 1954.
47685 (MSN 8093) reclamation completed Dec 1947
47686 (MSN 8094) with Alaska Air Command 1946-47.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10794 in 1954.
47687 (MSN 8095) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10795 in 1954.
47688 (MSN 8096) to N6816C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.) 
47689 (MSN 8097) to N6274C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
47690 (MSN 8098) to N7378C 
47691 (MSN 8099) to N8057H with University of Illinois, Champaign, IL
47692 (MSN 8100) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10915 in 1954
47693 (MSN 8101) to N6817C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.).  Later to ZP-CBH 
47694 (MSN 8102) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1422 Jan 1945.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standards.  To N8124.
47695 (MSN 8103) to N7871B.  Ditched in water due to engine failure while mosquito spraying, Marathon, FL Jul 10, 1965
47696 (MSN 8104) on civil registry as N7381C.  Current with Robert Phillips since Jul 14, 2000.
Registered to Harold Ewing Oct 14, 2004, still current
47697 (MSN 8105) to RFC Greensboro AAF Jul 30, 1946.  To NC9111H, N9111H
47698 (MSN 8106) reclamation completed Westover AAF, MA Aug 18, 1947
47699 (MSN 8107) to N8033H, N480DB, N8033H.  To C-FGUE, with Clearwater Airways, Emo, ONT. since May 18, 2001
47700 (MSN 8108) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1420 Jan 1945
47701 (MSN 8109) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP100.  To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47702 (MSN 8110) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP101.  To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47703 (MSN 8111) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP102.
47704 (MSN 8112) to RAF as Expeditor II KN100.  Damaged when sunk back on takeoff
and undercarriage raised to stop, Anisakan Jan 29, 1946.
SOC May 30, 1946
47705 (MSN 8113) to RAF as Expeditor II KN101.  SOC Jun 28, 1945
47706 (MSN 8114) to F-2B. Reclamation completed as RC-45F Jul 13, 1947
47707 (MSN 8115) to RAF as Expeditor II KN102 Mar 1945. SOC Jun 24, 1947.  To VT-CNB. Broken up Bombay-Santa Cruz in 1992.
47708 (MSN 8116) to RAF as Expeditor II KN103.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47709 (MSN 8117) to RAF as Expeditor II KN104.  Returned to USAAF Jul 11, 1946.
To Italy Jan 25, 1949
47710 (MSN 8118) to RAF as Expeditor II KN105.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
To Italy Jan 25, 1949 as MM61677.  Was preserved at Ditellandia Park, Castel Volturno, Italy.
Preserved and on display at Zi Pietro restaurant, Frascata-Vermicino, Rome, Italy
47711 (MSN 8119) to RAF as Expeditor II KN106 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 9, 1946.
47712 (MSN 8120) to RAF as Expeditor II KN107.  Returned to USAAF Nov 9, 1946.
Reclamation completed Germany Sep 3, 1948
47713 (MSN 8121) to RAF as Expeditor II KN108.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Italy Feb 7, 1949
47714 (MSN 8122) to RAF as Expeditor II KN109.  Returned to USAAF
May 30, 1946.  To France Dec 11, 1947.  To F-BEXO wfu
47715 (MSN 8123) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10952 in 1954.
47716 (MSN 8124) to Warner Gear Division of Borg Warner Corp Jan 1945 as NC44584.  To N1171, N1171S
47717/47735 to USN as BuNo 44564/44582 Jan 1945
MSN 8125/8143
47717 (MSN 8125) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44564.
47722 (MSN 8130) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44573 
47728 (MSN 8136) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44575
47729 (MSN 8137) may not have gone to Navy, to civil registry as N8015H.  Ditched in Bimini, Bahamas May 19, 1964.
44730 to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44576
44734 (MSN 8142) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44580
44735 (MSN 8143) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44581
47736/47737 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
MSN 8144/8145
47738 (MSN 8146) reclamation completed Germany May 27, 1948
47739 (MSN 8147) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10946 in 1954.
47740 (MSN 8148) 
47741 (MSN 8149) reclamation completed Mitchell Fld Aug 21, 1945
47742 (MSN 8150) To F-2B.  reclamation completed Naha AFB, Okinawa Oct 17, 1950
47743 (MSN 8151) not delivered to USAAF, diverted to civil use.  To N6047V in 1963, current with 
Robert D Wiplinger, Inver Grove Heights since 07-Oct-1994
47744 reclamation completed Bolling AFB Oct 3, 1950
47745 reclamation completed Bolling AFB Apr 17, 1947
47746 (CQ-45H) reclamation completed Tachikawa AFB Jul 7, 1948
47747 (MSN 8155) (DC-45F) reclamation completed Hickham AFB, HI Apr 25, 1950.  Remanufactured by Beech
as C-45H 52-10776 in 1954.
44-76195 ... 44-76524
Douglas C-47B-25-DK Skytrain
MSN 32527/32856
76206,76214,76223,76240,76248,76257,76265,
76273,76282,76290,76298,76306,76314,76322,
76330,76338,76346,76354,76362,,76370,76378,
76386,76394,76402,76410,76418,76430,76438,
76446,76454,76462,76470,76478,76486,76494,
76502,76510,76518,,76524 completed as TC-47B-25-DK.
76196,76197,76254,76292,76344,76395,76449
completed as C-47B-27-DK
76203,76210,76219,76227,76236,76244,76252,
76261,76269,76277,76286,76294,76302,76310,
76318,76326,76334,76342,76350,76358,76366,
76374,76382,76390,76398,76406,76414,76422,
completed as C-47B-28-DK
76195 (MSN 15779/32527) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Jan 28, 1945.  Became XT-84
76196 (MSN 15780/32528) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76197 (MSN 15781/32529) delivered as VD-47D-27-DK.  To civil registry N87664, C-GGCS, then as N73CD
76198 (MSN 15782/32530) delivered as VD-47D-27-DK.  Delivered to China
National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under Lend-Lease Feb 18, 1945.
Became XT-58, then XT-133, then N8354C.  To VR-HEP. Back to N8354C.  W/o 4 mi W of Sungei Padi, Siam Jan 13, 1951.
76199 (MSN 15783/32531) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Feb 18, 1945.
76200 (MSN 15784/32532) to RAF as Dakota IV KN285 Jan 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Oct 7, 1954
76201 (MSN 15785/32533) to RAF as Dakota IV KN286 Jan 1945.  SOC Sep 15, 1949
76202 (MSN 15786/32534) to RAF as Dakota IV KN287 Jan 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Mar 27, 1947
76203 (MSN 15787/32535) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  converted to VC-47D
76204 (MSN 15788/32536) to RAF as Dakota IV KN288 Jan 1945.  Overstressed
after engine failure over Somerset Aug 24, 1945.  SOC
76205 (MSN 15789/32537) to RAF as Dakota IV KN289 Jan 1945.  DBR when
bellylanded at Bury, QQ Feb 1,1 945 after engines cut due to fuel
mishandling.
76206 (MSN 15790/32538) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76207 (MSN 15791/32539) to RAF as Dakota IV KN290 Jan 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Gropu Sep 24, 1954.  Converted
to AC-47D.  Shot down in South Vietnam May; 5, 1968, 3 KIA
76208 (MSN 15792/32540) to RAF as Dakota IV KN291.  To RCAF 
Jun 6, 1946.  Renumbered 12911 in 1970
76209 (MSN 15793/32541) to RAF as Dakota IV KN292.  Transferred to 
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 20, 1953.  Became 709 of French navy, then 
N91BF. Converted to Basler BT-67 gunship (Basler conversion no 37) and to 
Colombian AF as FAC 1658.
76210 (MSN 15794/32542) completed as C-47B-28-DK
76211 (MSN 15795/32543) to RAF as Dakota IV KN293 Jan 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76212 (MSN 15796/32544) to RAF as Dakota IV KN294 Jan 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76213 (MSN 15797/32545) to RAF as Dakota IV KN295 Jan 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 19, 1953.
76214 (MSN 15798/32546) completed as TC-47B-25-DK.   Converted to SC-47D.  To civil registry
as N87633, then CP0729.  Crashed Jun 6, 1964, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia.
76215 (MSN 15799/32547) to RAF as Dakota IV KN296 Jan 1945. Returned to USAAF
Jul 31, 1947
76216 (MSN 15800/32548) to RAF as Dakota IV KN297 Jan 1945.  Sold Dec 31,
1946. To civil registry as G-AOZA Jan 8, 1957.  Registration
cancelled Jul 29, 1957, sold to French AF as 76216 Nov 1957.
To Madagascar as 5R-MMB.
76217 (MSN 15801/32549) to RAF as Dakota IV KN298 Jan 1945.  Broke up in
cloud 20 mi W of Feni Apr 13, 1945
76218 (MSN 15802/32550) to RAF as Dakota IV KN299 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Dec 18, 1947
76219 (MSN 15803/32551) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  By 1954 was CX-AFE
of Primeras Lineas Uroguayas de Navigacion Aerea.
76220 (MSN 15804/32552) to RAF as Dakota IV KN300 Feb 1945.  Wrecked when
swung on landing and struck tree, N'duli, Tanganyika Mar 16, 1950
76221 (MSN 15805/32553) to RAF as Dakota IV KN301 Jan 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 27, 1953.  To Armee de l'Air as 476221.  Transferred
under MDAP to French Air Force call sigh F-RAQH, then to F-RAOL, then to F-TEBF, then to F-SDKD.  To
Israel Defense Force Air Force as 018, to 4X-FNO.  To Cascade Air Inc as N60049 Jul 13, 2000.  Reported
destroyed/scrapped Alberta Mar 24, 2004.
76222 (MSN 15806/32554) to RAF as Dakota IV KN302 Feb 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Aug 20, 1947
76223 (MSN 15807/32555) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76224 (MSN 15808/32556) to RAF as Dakota IV KN303 Feb 1945.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire after striking tree during supply drop, seletar Jul 2, 1949
76225 (MSN 15809/32557) to RAF as Dakota IV KN304 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 17, 1947.  To Belgian AF K19 (call sign OT-CWI) then 
to Katanga AF as KAT-03
76226 (MSN 15810/32558) to RAF as Dakota IV KN305 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jul 3, 1947.  To Belgian AF as K-21 (call sign OT-CWJ), to Katanga as KAT-02.
76227 (MSN 15811/32559) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  To civil registry as PP-CCD.
Crashed Apr 28, 1946 in Amazonas, Brazil
76228 (MSN 15812/32560) to RAF as Dakota IV KN306 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by fire
when swung on landing, ran into ditch and undercarriage
collapsed Oct 15, 1945, Akyab Main, Burma
76229 (MSN 15813/32561) to RAF as Dakota IV KN307.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 18, 1953 as 476229, then
to French Air Force as 476229, call signs F-RAMP, F-RAXP, F-RAOD
and F-TEFJ, then to French Navy as 729, call sign F-YDQS.  
Then to Sarl Transalvair International as F-GDXP Feb 5, 1986.
To SA Transvalair/ACE Oct 17, 1988.  To SA Transvalair
Normandie/TVN Feb 21, 1991.  TO SA Transvalair/ACe Mar 15, 1993.
Exported to England Jul 26, 1994. Then registered to Aces High 
Ltd Jul 27, 1994 as G-BVRB.  Planned to be re-exported to France
May 9, 1995 for International Lease Finance Corporation as F-GNFD
for Classic AW, but this was abandoned.  Expoerted to USA as N4332E
for Euroworld Miami, Inc of Miami May 20, 1998.  Re-exported to France
Jun 4, 1999.  Scrapped at Le Touquet (LTQ) in France.  Fuselage moved
Oct 2006 to Saint-Mere L'Eglise for exhibit, engines to Abbeville.
76230 (MSN 15814/32562) 
76231 (MSN 15815/32563) while assigned to North American Aviation crashed
Apr 5, 1947, 5 miles W of Decaturville, TN in bad weather. At least
one killed. 
76232 (MSN 15816/32564) w/o Oct 23, 1945 on the Hump.
76233 (MSN 15817/32565) to USAAF 1 CCG, 2CCS.  W/o Jul 24, 1945 in landing accident
at Nanning, China
76234 (MSN 15818/32566) w/o May 13, 1945 on approach to Ledo, India
76235 (MSN 15819/32567)
76236 (MSN 15820/32568) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76237 (MSN 15821/32569) reregistered to PI-C487 to XU-CAF in Aug 1972 operated by Khymer A/Ls 
76238 (MSN 15822/32570) crashed Jan 31, 1946
76239 (MSN 15823/32571) 
76240 (MSN 15824/32572) deliveres as TC-47B-25-DK.   Converted to TC-47D.
To civil registry as N87665.
76241 (MSN 15825/32573) 
76242 (MSN 15826/32574) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporatin Feb 15, 1946.  Destroyed in
Changxing County Dec 14, 1946. 
76243 (MSN 15827/32575)
76244 (MSN 15828/32576) w/o Jun 15, 1947 in crash landing at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
76245 (MSN 15829/32577) damage Mar 30, 1945 on takeoff at Shingbwiang, Burma
76246 (MSN 15830/32578) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946 as XT-T33.
To civil registry as N8331C, then N1799B
76247 (MSN 15831/32579) reportedly w/o Msar 3, 1954
76248 (MSN 15832/32580) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.
76249 (MSN 15833/32581) 
76250 (MSN 15834/32582)
76251 (MSN 15835/32583) w/o Sep 4, 1945 on landing at Luliang, China
76252 (MSN 15836/32584) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76253 (MSN 15837/32585) 
76254 (MSN 15838/32586) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76255 (MSN 15839/32587) to RAF as Dakota IV KN308 Feb 1945.  SOC Nov 18, 1950.
76256 (MSN 15840/32588) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Feb 1945 as XT-T22.
Later to civil registry as N8329C, N4663V, N99H.
76257 (MSN 15841/32589) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76258 (MSN 15842/32590) damaged Dec 29,1 950 in taxi accident at Itzauke AB, Japan 
76259 (MSN 15943/32591) 
76260 (MSN 15844/32592) to RAF as Dakota IV KN309 Feb 1945.  Sold May 12, 1953.
Became VR-TBI
76261 (MSN 15845/32593) deliverd as C-47B-28-DK.  Registered to Cruzeiro as PP-CCC.  Crashed
Dec 1, 1955 after takeoff from Belim, Brazil when engine lost power.  2 crew, 4 passengers killed.
76262 (MSN 15846/32594) to RAF as Dakota IV KN310 Feb 1945.  Sold Nov 11, 1952.
Registered G-AMWX Dec 5, 1952.  Carried out trooping contracts
using temporary RAF serial XF792.  Forcelanded on beach at Mers-les-Bains,
France Dec 17, 1965 and DBR when covered by incoming tide.
76263 (MSN 15847/32595) 
76264 (MSN 15848/32596)
76265 (MSN 15849/32597) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK. To El Salvador AF Jul 1974 as 113
76266 (MSN 15850/32598) converted to VC-47D.  Crashed 35 mi N of Globe, AZ Dec 30, 1951 while on
flight from Hamilton AFB to Goodfellow AFB.  4 crew and 24 passengers killed.
76267 (MSN 15851/32599) to USSR Mar 1945
76268 (MSN 15852/32600) to USSR Feb 1945
76269 (MSN 15853/32601) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
76270 (MSN 15854/32602) to USSR Mar 1945
76271 (MSN 15855/32603) to USSR Feb 1945
76272 (MSN 15856/32604) to USSR Feb 1945
76273 (MSN 15857/32605) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Reportedly w/o Aug 9, 1952
76274 (MSN 15858/32606) to USSR Feb 1945
76275 (MSN 15859/32607) to USSR Feb 1945
76276 (MSN 15860/32608) to USSR Feb 1945
76277 (MSN 15861/32609) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  To PP-PBZ of Panair do Brasil then
PP-CCR "Bare" of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul and CP-1243.
76278 (MSN 15862/32610) to USSR Feb 1945
76279 (MSN 15863/32611) to USSR Feb 1945
76280 (MSN 15864/32612) to RAF as Dakota IV KN311 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
76281 (MSN 15865/32613) to RAF as Dakota IV KN312.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Gropu Jul 22, 1952, later to NEIAF
76282 (MSN 15866/32614) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To Cambodia AF Aug 12, 1970
76283 (MSN 15867/32615) to RAF as Dakota IV KN313 Feb 1945.  SOC Aug 14, 1947
76284 (MSN 15868/32616) to RAF as Dakota IV KN314 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
76285 (MSN 15869/32617) to RAF as Dakota IV KN315 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
76286 (MSN 15870/32618) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
76287 (MSN 15871/32619) to RAF as Dakota IV KN316 Feb 1945.   Returned to
USAAF Aug 23, 1948
76288 (MSN 15872/32620) to RAF as Dakota IV KN317 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
76289 (MSN 15873/32621) to RAF as Dakota IV KN318 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950
76290 (MSN 15874/32622) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Crashed during mission in South Vietnam Mar 9, 1966, 1 KIA, 2 MIA.
76291 (MSN 15875/32623) to RAF as Dakota IV KN319 Feb 1945.  DBR when swung on
landing and undercarriage collapsed, Mingaladon Jul 8, 1945.
76292 (MSN 15876/32624) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D.  To civil registry as N304S
76293 (MSN 15877/32625) to RAF as Dakota IV KN320 Mar 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1947
76294 (MSN 15878/32626) delivered as V-47B-28-DK
76295 (MSN 15879/32627) to RAF as Dakota IV KN321 Feb 1945. Returned to USAAF
Jan 27, 1947
76296 (MSN 15880/32628) to RAF as Dakota IV KN322 Feb 1945.  Sold Jan 27, 1953.
By 1955 was VP-KLA of East African Airways Corp.
76297 (MSN 15881/32629) to RAF as Dakota IV KN323 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 21, 1950
76298 (MSN 15882/32630) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76299 (MSN 15883/32631) to RAF as Dakota IV KN324 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
76300 (MSN 15884/32632) to RAF as Dakota IV KN325 Feb 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Nov 14, 1947.  To Belgian AF K26
(call sign OT-CWL) then to Netherlanda AF X-3
76301 (MSN 15885/32633) to RAF as Dakota IV KN326 Feb 1945.  Swung on landing
and struck Dakota KN575 (previous US serial unknown) and DBR,
Semerang, Java Jan 30, 1946
76302 (MSN 15886/32634) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76303 (MSN 15887/32635) was to have gone RAF as Dakota IV KN327 Feb 1945 but
was diverted to SAAF as 6854, no RAF service
76304 (MSN 15888/32636) to RAF as Dakota IV KN328 Feb 1945.  
Transferred to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 5, 1955. Returned to USAF.  Converted to EC-47Q.
To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Sep 30, 1974.
76305 (MSN 15889/32637) to RAF as Dakota IV KN329 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
76306 (MSN 15890/32638) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK Feb 1945.  To SC-47D, later HC-47D.
76307 (MSN 15891/32639) to RAF as Dakota IV KN330 Feb 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 23, 1953.
76308 (MSN 15892/32640) to RAF as Dakota IV KN331 Feb 1945.  SOC Jan 24, 1950
76309 (MSN 15893/32641) to RAF as Dakota IV KN332 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by fire
after flying into hill near Vitrolles, France while descending
in cloud Apr 19, 1945.
76310 (MSN 15894/32642) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Presented to King Farouk
of Egypt Mar 27, 1945 and serialed F3.  After Egyptian revolution was
used by Col. Nasser and reserialed 113 by Egyptian AF.  Replaced as
Nasser's aircraft by IL-14 Jan 1956
76311 (MSN 15895/32643) to RAF as Dakota IV KN333 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
76312 (MSN 15896/32644) to RAF as Dakota IV KN334 Feb 1945.  To SAAF as 6882 Oct 3, 1945. Registered Jan 30, 2003 
to National Test Pilots School P/L of Capetown, South Africa as ZS-MAP.
76313 (MSN 15897/32645) to RAF as Dakota IV KN335 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 12, 1948.
76314 (MSN 15898/32646) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76315 (MSN 15899/32647)
76316 (MSN 15900/32648) destroyed by typhoon Oct 22, 1945
76317 (MSN 15901/32649) to RAF as Dakota IV KN336 Mar 1945.  Flew into ground
on approach in cloud Aug 9, 1949, Salalah, Oman, 12 lost.
76318 (MSN 15902/32650) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.
76319 (MSN 15903/32651) to RAF as Dakota IV KN337 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to SAAF as 6874 Oct 4, 1945.  To Rhodesia/Zimbabwe as 7039.  Flown to Wonderboom, near Pretoria, South Africa
for conversion to turboprop in 2001/2.  Taken by road in about 2009 from Wonderboom.
76320 (MSN 15904/32652) to RAF as Dakota IV KN338 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Dec 21, 1946.  By 1954 was PP-VBB of S A Empresa de viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense 
76321 (MSN 15905/32653) to RAF as Dakota IV KN339 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jun 24, 1947
76322 (MSN 15906/32654) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to C-47D
76323 (MSN 15907/32655) to RAF as Dakota IV KN340 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 1, 19458
76324 (MSN 15908/32656) to RAF as Dakota IV KN341 Feb 1945.  Sold Jul 27, 1953.
Became ZS-DHX
76325 (MSN 15909/32657) to RAF as Dakota IV KN342 Feb 1945.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.
76326 (MSN 15910/32658) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D.
Now on display at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama
76327 (MSN 15911/32659) to RAF as Dakota IV KN343 Feb 1945. Ditched 120
mi S of Port Moresby, New Guinea Mar 20, 1945 after both engines
failed.
76328 (MSN 15912/32660) to RAF as Dakota IV KN344.  Crashed at Samari,
New Guinea Jul 2, 1945 (not sure if this is date of crash or date
wreck was found)
76329 (MSN 15913/32661) to RAF as Dakota IV KN345 Feb 1945.  Crashed into 
Mt Pinos near Riverside, CA Mar 13, 1945 at night during ferry flight
76330 (MSN 15914/32662) (detached from 315th Air Division from Osan AB, Korea) shot down by Pathet Lao
AAA or small-arms fire Mar 23, 1961 and crashed 4 mi nw of Phon Savan, Laos.  First US
combat loss in Southeast Asia since WW2.  7 crew killed, one POW.  POW 
released Aug 15, 1962 after signing of Geneva Accords on Laos.
76331 (MSN 15915/32663) to RAF as Dakota IV  KN346 Feb 1945.  SOC Feb 4, 1948
76332 (MSN 15916/32664) to RAF as Dakota IV KN347 Feb 1945.  To Belgian AF Jan 29, 1950
as K28 (call sign OT-CNO) then OO-SNC
76333 (MSN 15917/32665) to RAF as Dakota IV KN348 Feb 1945.  Ditched near
Lingayen, Luzon Sep 14, 1945 after both engines lost power.
76334 (MSN 15918/32666) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D.  Retired to MASDC on July 25, 1968.
76335 (MSN 15919/32667) to RAAF as A65-75 (VH-CIR).  Crashed Oct 26, 1956
Daly Waters, NT.  Scrapped Nov 1956.
76336 (MSN 15920/32668) to RAAF as A65-72 (VH-CIO).  Used as transport
for Sir Robert Menzies.  To Adastra Airways VH-AGU 1959. 
Now owned by By Jeff Trappett. 
76337 (MSN 15921/32669) to RAAF as A65-79 (VH-CIV).  To civilian registry as
VH-CDB in 1960.  To Cambodia AF in 1960.
76338 (MSN 15922/32670) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.   To Cambodia AF Feb 2, 1971.
76339 (MSN 15923/32671) to RAAF as A65-73 (VH-CIP).  Now on static display in
Beck Collection, Mareeba, QLD.
76340 (MSN 15924/32672) to RAAF as A65-80 (VH-CIW).  To civil registry as VH-AIQ.  To Cambodia AF 1971.
76341 (MSN 15925/32673) to RAAF as A65-81 (VH-CIX).  Damaged beyond repair
by a blizzard in Antarctic May 16, 1961.
76342 (MSN 15926/32674) delivered as C-47B-28-DK Feb 1945
76343 (MSN 15927/32675) to RAAF as A65-76 (VH-CIS).  To Aeroequipment of Australia
as VH-CDA.  To Israel AF as 4X-FN in April 1960.  To Portuguese AF as FAP-6155
in 1961.  In 1974 to Guine-Bissau Air Force and used as a bomber, possibly
registered as CR-GBN.  Ultimate fate obscure.
76344 (MSN 15928/32676) delivered as C-47B-27-DK
76345 (MSN 15929/32677) to RAAF as A65-78 (VH-CIU).  Now at Point Cook
Museum, VIC.
76346 (MSN 15930/32678) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76347 (MSN 15931/32679) to RAAF as A65-77 (VH-CIT).  Crashed Jun 27, 1945,
Mascot, NSW.
76348 (MSN 15932/32680) to RAAF as A65-74 (VH-CIQ).  Crashed Dec 1, 1950 and scrapped
Feb 1951.
76349 (MSN 15933/32681) to RCAF as Dakota IV 986.  W/o Goose Bay Mar 29, 1946.
76350 (MSN 15934/32682) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  By 1955 was PP-CCB
"Timbira" of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul
76351 (MSN 15935/32683) to RCAF as 985.  Missing Jul 23, 1951.
76352 (MSN 15936/32684) to French AF Feb 1945
76353 (MSN 15937/32685) to French AF Feb 1945.
76354 (MSN 15938/32686) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Shot dowin in South Vietnam Mar 29, 1967.  7 KIA
76355 (MSN 15939/32687) to French AF Mar 1945
76356 (MSN 15940/32688) to French AF Feb 1945
76357 (MSN 15941/32689) to French AF Feb 1945 reg 476357, call sign F-RAZB, for service in French Indo China. 
Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam. 
76358 (MSN 15942/32690) to French AF Mar 1945.  By 1954 was PP-VAW of
S. A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense
76359 (MSN 15943/32691) to NEIAF as DT-945
76360 (MSN 15944/32692) to NEIAF as DT-949.
76361 (MSN 15945/32693) to RNZAF as NZ3534 Mar 1945.  By 1954 was
ZK-APB of New Zealand National Airways
76362 (MSN 15946/32694) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76363 (MSN 15947/32695) to RNZAF as NZ3535 Mar 1945
76364 (MSN 15948/32696) to RNZAF as NZ3536 Mar 1945
76365 (MSN 15949/32697) to USSR Mar 1945
76366 (MSN 15950/32698) crashed 5 mi S of Memphis, TN Dec 11, 1947.  20 killed.
76367 (MSN 15951/32699) to USSR Mar 1945
76368 (MSN 15952/32700) to USSR Mar 1945
76369 (MSN 15953/32701) to USSR Mar 1945
76370 (MSN 15954/32702) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK. To South Vietnam AF,
then to Royal Laotian AF.
76371 (MSN 15955/32703) to USSR Mar 1945
76372 (MSN 15956/32704) to USSR Mar 1945
76373 (MSN 15957/32705) to USSR Mar 1945
76374 (MSN 15958/32706) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
76375 (MSN 15959/32707) to USSR Mar 1945
76376 (MSN 15960/32708) to USSR Mar 1945
76377 (MSN 15961/32709) to USSR Mar 1945
76378 (MSN 15962/32710) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76379 (MSN 15963/32711) to RAF as Dakota IV KN349 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAF Jun 18, 1948
76380 (MSN 15964/32712) to RAF as Dakota IV KN350 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 21, 1950
76381 (MSN 15965/32713) to RAF as Dakota IV KN351 Feb 1945.  DBR when tire burst
on landing, swung, and undercarriage collapsed Mar 15, 1946, Mingaladon, Burma
76382 (MSN 15966/32714) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76383 (MSN 15967/32715) to RAF as Dakota IV KN352 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Southern Rhodesian AF as SR4278 (AF-103) Aug 30, 1954.  In 1964 to Zambia AF as AF-101.  W/o
at Londozi, Zambia Aug 4, 1964.
76384 (MSN 15968/32716) to RAF as Dakota IV KN353 Feb 1945.  Then registered G-AMYJ
Feb 23, 1953.  Carried out trooping work under serial XF747.  Became
SU-AZF, then reverted to G-AMYJ, registration cancelled by CAA Dec 12, 2001.
Aircraft noted at Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, England Mar 2004 in
RAF colors and wearing original serial of KN353.
76385 (MSN 15969/32717) to RAF as Dakota IV KN354 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 1, 1954
76386 (MSN 15970/32718) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76387 (MSN 15971/32719) to RAF as Dakota IV KN355 Feb 1945.  SOC Jul 15, 1950
76388 (MSN 15972/32720) to RAF as Dakota IV KN356 Feb 1945.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 19, 1954.
76389 (MSN 15973/32721) to RAF as Dakota IV KN357 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF May 27, 1948 
76390 (MSN 15974/32722) delivered as C-47B-28-DK Mar 1945.
76391 (MSN 15975/32723) to RAF as Dakota IV KN358 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jan 27, 1947.
76392 (MSN 15976/32724) to RAF as Dakota IV KN359 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Feb 12, 1947
76393 (MSN 15977/32725) to RAF as Dakota IV KN360 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 26, 1951.  In 1955 was
F-BEIL of Union Aeromaritime de Transport.  Went to Luftwaffe as XA+112 when it
acquired an F-104 nose. Was to have been reserialled 14+02, but 
sold as N10803 instead.  Registration cancelled Mar 24, 2004 as 'sale reported Jan 14, 1977'. 
On civil registry as N2271B with Nevada Airlines of Nevada.  
76394 (MSN 15978/32726) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To South Vietnam AF, then
to Philippine AF.
76395 (MSN 15979/32727) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76396 (MSN 15980/32728) to RAF as Dakota IV KN361 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 16, 1954
76397 (MSN 15981/32729) to RAF as Dakota IV KN362.  Returned to USAAF
Jan 9, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAS-199 and later 
re-registered OB-R-199.
76398 (MSN 15982/32730) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Conveted to VC-47D
76399 (MSN 15983/32731) to RAF as Dakota IV KN363.  Ditched in South
China Sea Jan 4, 1946 after engine failed.  3 lost
76400 (MSN 15984/32732) to RAF as Dakota IV KN364 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jan 13, 1947.  By 1954 was PP-VBC of
S. A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense
76401 (MSN 15985/32733) to RAF as Dakota IV KN365 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 20, 1947.
76402 (MSN 15986/32734) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK. To US civil registry as N86441.  To Spanish AF as T.3-47
76403 (MSN 15987/32735) to RAF as Dakota IV KN366 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by
fire after flying into mountain on Wantau Island while on approach
to Kai Tak, Hong Kong in cloud Mar 26, 1946
76404 (MSN 15988/32736) to RAF as Dakota IV KN367 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 8, 1953.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 476404, call sign 
F-RAZZ, for service in French Indo China. Oct 19, 1953 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
76405 (MSN 15989/32737) to RAF as Dakota IV KN368.  Returned to USAAF
Jan 29, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAT-200 and later 
re-registered OB-R-200. Scrapped at Lima.
76406 (MSN 15990/32738) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Disappeared off Drewin, Ivory Coast 
May 30,1945 after emergency message.  21 missing.
76407 (MSN 15991/32739) to RAF as Dakota IV KN369 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 13, 1954.  To civil registry as N10802
76408 (MSN 15992/32740) to RAF as Dakota IV KN370 Mar 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Mar 28, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAU-201. W/o Cuzco, 
Peru Nov 23, 1950
76409 (MSN 15993/32741) to RAF as Dakota IV KN371 Mar 1945.  Registered G-AMPS
Mar 4, 1952.  Registration cancelled Mar 13, 1953 on sale to
Central African Airways as VP-YKN "Mashona"
76410 (MSN 15994/32742) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  
76411 (MSN 15995/32743) to RAF as Dakota IV KN372 Mar 1945.  Sold Jun 14, 1950.
Became ZS-AXS.
76412 (MSN 15996/32744) to RAF as Dakota IV KN373 Mar 1945. Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 13, 1954.  Returned to USAF
as 44-76412.  W/o May 11, 1958 while enroute from Wheelus AB
Tripoli, Libya to RAF Alconbury when had an engine failure and
landed gear up after a second engine failure on an abandoned
airfield near Hal Far, Malta.
76413 (MSN 15997/32745) to RAF as Dakota IV KN374 Mar 1945.  SOC May 30, 1946
76414 (MSN 15998/32746) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
76415 (MSN 15999/32747) to RAF as Dakota IV KN375 Mar 1945.  DBR May 26, 1948
at North Luffenham, UK when struck while parked by Dakot KK198 (ex 43-49714)
76416 (MSN 16000/32748) to RAF as Dakota IV KN376 Mar 1945.  Ditched 10 mi
SE of Angaur, Palau Islands after engine failure May 23, 1945.
76417 (MSN 16001/32749) to RAF as Dakota IV KN377 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 23, 1953.
76418 (MSN 16002/32750) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To South Vietnam AF, then to Thailand.  
WFU U-Tapao Jan 2000.
76419 (MSN 16003/32751) to RAF as Dakota IV KN378 Mar 1945.  SOC Mar 7, 1950
76420 (MSN 16004/32752) to RAF as Dakota IV KN379 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 26, 1953.  Later registered F-GEOA.  Now falsely marked as
42-108979 H2-K/282 in Musée de l'Epopée et de l'Industrie Aéronautique, Albert, France May  17, 2014
76421 (MSN 16005/32753) to RAF as Dakota IV KN380 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Feb 25, 1953.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 47621, call sign 
F-RAXC, then F-RBDL for service in French Indo China.  Jul 3, 1954 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
76422 (MSN 16006/32754) by 1954 was PP-VAX of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
76423 (MSN 16007/32755) to RAF as Dakota IV KN381 Feb 1945.  To Belgian AF as K39
(call sign OT-CWR) Dec 19, 1949, Returned to USAF, then to French AF Sep 1952, perhaps with call sign F-RCAN. 
Became IDF/AF 044/4X-FNV Apr 1967.  From 1970 to 1977 was 4X-DCE as RC-47.  Reregistered 044/RX-FMP in 1996.  To US
civil regiatry as N60154.  Now at Palm Springs Air Museum
76424 (MSN 16008/32756) to RAF as Dakota IV KN382 Mar 1945.  DBR when ran away
following brake failure and struck Dakota KN416 (ex 44-76509) 
Apr 6, 1948, Oakington, UK
76425 (MSN 16009/32757) to RAF as Dakota IV KN383 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 26, 1954.
76426 (MSN 16010/32758) to RAF as Dakota IV KN384 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Aug 14, 1947
76427 (MSN 16011/32759) to RAF as Dakota IV KN385 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Rhodesian AF as 155 Jun 3, 1955.
76428 (MSN 16012/32760) to RAF as Dakota IV KN386 Feb 1945.  
Transferred to Military Aircraft Assistance Group.
Returned to USAF.  converted to VC-47D
76429 (MSN 16013/32761) to RAF as Dakota IV KN387 Mar 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Pakistan AF as H-712,
then to Hunting Aviation as G-ANLI (registered Jan 11, 1954, registration cancelled Feb 19, 1954)
then to Aigle-Azure Extreme-Orient asF-OAPB, then to Air Lingus as EI-AHG, 
then Feb 18, 1964 to Portugal Soc. Acoriana Transportes Aereos (SATA or 
Air Acores) as CS-TAE, then Nov 28, 1975 to N47028.  To Colombia's
LANSA (Lineas Aereas Nacionales S.A.) as HR-LAL, to private user in
Honduras as HR-AMJ, then in 2003 to El Sol de America CA of Maiquetia, 
Venezuela as YV-911C.  Reported still active in 2005.
76430 (MSN 16014/32762) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  converted to TC-47D
76431 (MSN 16015/32763) to RAF as Dakota IV KN388 Mar 1945.  Listed as having
crashed of O-shima Isl, Japan Jul 27, 1950. 25 of 26 onboard killed.
However, RAF record card says that the plane was transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 6, 1954.
76432 (MSN 16016/32764) to Philippine AF
76433 (MSN 16017/32765) 
76434 (MSN 16018/32766)
76435 (MSN 16019/32767)
76436 (MSN 16020/32768) w/o Jan 31, 1946
76437 (MSN 16021/32769) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946.
76438 (MSN 16022/32770) to Uruguayan AF as 515
76439 (MSN 16023/32771) converted to C-47D Aug 1948.  Crashed Jul 28, 1950
76440 (MSN 16024/32772)
76441 (MSN 16025/32773)
76442 (MSN 16026/32774) 
76443 (MSN 16027/32775) crashed Jan 27, 1948 on Cheval Blanc Mountain, southern France.  12 killed.
76444 (MSN 16028/32776) to civil registry as N86446, to Spanish AF as T.3-46.  To civil registry as 
G-BHUD, N2619M.
76445 (MSN 16029/32777) reportedly w/o Oct 4, 1955
76446 (MSN 16030/32778) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to C-47D, then to TC-47D
To PK-JDG with Zamrud Aviation, Indonesia
76447 (MSN 16031/32779) to US civil registry as N86445.  To Spanish AF as T.3-38.  Damaged by electrical failure at
Cabo Bojador, Western Sahara May 15, 1963.
76448 (MSN 16032/32780) reregistered to FAC HC-AUQ.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
76449 (MSN 16033/32781) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76450 (MSN 16034/32782) to French AF
76451 (MSN 16035/32783) damaged Feb 2, 1948 in taxiing accident at Barksdale AFB, LA.  To MASDC Dec 19, 1969.
76452 (MSN 16036/32784)
76453 (MSN 16037/32785) by 1954 was PP-AVV of Empresa de Transportes
Aerovias Brasil S.A.
76454 (MSN 16038/32786) to MASDC.
76455 (MSN 16039/32787)
76456 (MSN 16040/32788)
76457 (MSN 16041/32789) in 1987 preserved at Military Equipment Museum, Stout Field,
Indianapolis, IN although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Reported fall 2003 at 
Historic Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field, NY
76458 (MSN 16042/32790) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50839.
76459 (MSN 16043/32791) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39096.
76460 (MSN 16044/32792) damaged at Komaki AB, Jaoan Apr 22, 1952.
76461 (MSN 16045/32793) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39097.
76462 (MSN 16046/32794) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39098.  Now on display at Pope AFB, North Carolina.
76463 (MSN 16047/32795) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39099
76464 (MSN 16048/32796) to US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39100
76465 (MSN 16049/32797) to USSR Mar 1945
76466 (MSN 16050/32798) to USSR Mar 1945
76467 (MSN 16051/32799) to USSR Mar 1945
76468 (MSN 16052/32800) to USSR Mar 1945.
76469 (MSN 16053/32801) to USSR Mar 1945
76470 (MSN 16054/32802) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39101.
76471 (MSN 16055/32803) to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Mar 16, 1945.
76472 (MSN 16056/32804) to USSR Mar 1945
76473 (MSN 16057/32805) to USSR Mar 1945
76474 (MSN 16058/32806) to USSR Mar 1945
76475 (MSN 16059/32807) to USSR Apr 1945
76476 (MSN 16060/32808) to USSR Apr 1945
76477 (MSN 16061/32809) to RAF as Dakota IV KN389 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76478 (MSN 16062/32810) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39102
76479 (MSN 16063/32811) to RAF as Dakota IV KN390 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76480 (MSN 16064/32812) to RAF as Dakota IV KN391 Mar 1945.  To Belgian AF Jan 5, 1950 as KP31
then K31 (call sign OT-CNR).  SOC Oct 19, 1971
76481 (MSN 16065/32813) to RAF as Dakota IV KN392 Mar 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950. To RCAF Nov 1951.  Renumbered 12917 in 1970.
To civil registry as CF-BKX.  
76482 (MSN 16066/32814) to RAF as Dakota IV KN393 Mar 1945.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Feb 16, 1955.  Back to USAF Feb 1956, to Luftwaffe
as GA+I LTG-61, GR+114., 
76483 (MSN 16067/32815) to RAF as Dakota IV KN394 Mar 1945.  SOC Jan 12, 1950.
76484 (MSN 16068/32816) to RAF as Dakota IV KN395 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 22, 1953.
76485 (MSN 16069/32817) to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) 
under Lend-Lease Mar 22, 1945.  Became XT-81, then N8353C.
76486 (MSN 16070/32818) to US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39103. 
76487 (MSN 16071/32819) to RAF as Dakota IV KN396 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76488 (MSN 16072/32820) to RAF as Dakota IV KN397 Mar 1945.  Then registered G-AMSV
May 15, 1952.  At one time was to have become F-BSGV, but NTU.  Noted
Dec 2005 under restoration at Coventry AP, England.  Registration G-AMSV
still current as of Aug 2, 2006 but certificate of airworthiness
expired Aug 13, 2003.  Registration G-AMSV cancelled Feb 6, 2007
on sale to owner in USA.  Redistered Feb 12, 2008 to DC3 Holdings
Inc as N347DK.  Noted still in open storage at Coventry, UK Aug 9, 2008.
76489 (MSN 16073/32821) to RAF as Dakota IV KN398 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Greek AF Mar 27, 1947.
76490 (MSN 16074/32822) to RAF as Dakota IV KN399 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Aug 21, 1947.  To Ste Aeronautique de Transport 
Alpes Provence May 1948 as F-BEIM.  Later to STAEO as F-BEIM.  To
Air VietNam as F-VNBM, reregistere as XV-NID.  W/o Nov 10, 1962
when crashed into mountain 12 mi from DaNang airport.  27 killed.
76491 (MSN 16075/32823) to RAF as Dakota IV KN400 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAF Jul 5, 1948.
76492 (MSN 16076/32824) to RAF as Dakota IV KN401 Mar 1945.  SOC Feb 4, 1948
76493 (MSN 16077/32825) to RAF as Dakota IV KN402 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1959.
By 1955 was VP-KJP of East African Airways, Corp.  To5Y-AAd, then 9J-RGY.  To South African AF
as 6874 (20). Registered N81952 for later turboprop conversion.
Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
76494 (MSN 16078/32826) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76495 (MSN 16079/32827) to RAF as Dakota IV KN403 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Goruop May 27, 1953.
76496 (MSN 16080/32828) to RAF as Dakota IV KN404 Mar 1945.  Sold Jan 11, 1950.
Registered G-ALXK Jan 17, 1950.  Certificate of airworthiness
expired May 21, 1967 and registration cancelled Nov 14, 1969 as
withdrawn from use.  Aircraft parked at Lasham and subsequently
broken up.
76497 (MSN 16081/32829) to RAF as Dakota IV KN405 Mar 1945.  SOC Jul 14, 1950
76498 (MSN 16082/32830) to RAF as Dakota IV KN406 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 8, 1953.
76499 (MSN 16083/32831) to RAF as Dakota IV KN407 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jan 29, 1948.  Then to French AF, then to SMCA-Air Maroc May 1948 as F-BEIN.
76500 (MSN 16084/32832) to RAF as Dakota IV KN408 Mar 1945. Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 27, 1953.
76501 (MSN 16085/32833) to RAF as Dakota IV KN409 Mar 1945.  Flew into sea
4 mi W of Irvine, Scotland while descending through cloud during
ferry flight Mar 28, 1945.
76502 (MSN 16086/32834) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To French AF, seeing service in Indochina, 
then to South Vietnamese AF. Returned to USA Oct 19, 1968, assigned to USAFM and stored at
AMARC.  Now on displayh at McChord Air Museum, WA although still nominally on charge of USAFM.
76503 (MSN 16087/32835) to RAF as Dakota IV KN410 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
Military Aircrart Assistance Group Apr 21, 1953.
76504 (MSN 16088/32836) to RAF as Dakota IV KN411 Mar 1945.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
76505 (MSN 16089/32837) to RAF as Dakota IV N412 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF May 7, 1947
76506 (MSN 16090/32838) to RAF as Dakota IV KN413 Mar 1945.  Flew into
high ground after abandoning instrument approach to 
Gardermoen, Norway Dec 18, 1945.
76507 (MSN 16091/32839) to RAF as Dakota IV KN414 Mar 1945.  Crashed 2 mi
WNWof Kai Tak when control was lost after takeoff Sep 25, 1946, Hong Kong.  19 lost.
76508 (MSN 16092/32840) to RAF as Dakota IV KN415 Mar 1945.  To William Dempster
as G-AMSS, to Dan-Air London as G-AMSS, to Air Service Co (Iran)
as EP-AIQ, derelict.
76509 (MSN 16093/32841) to RAF as Dakota IV KN416 Mar 1945.  DBR in ground accident at Oakington, UK
Apr 6, 1948 when struck while parked by Dakota KN382 (44-76424)
76510 (MSN 16094/32842) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76511 (MSN 16095/38243) to RAF as Dakota IV KN417 Mar 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.  Then became CF-GBH,
then RCAF 10916, then N6677, then CF-CTA, then C-FCTA, then N142JR.  Registered
Jun 15, 2006 to TAC Air Services Inc of Gimli MB as CF-FTR.
76512 (MSN 16096/32844) to RAF as Dakota IV KN418 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJQ
of East African Airways Corp.  Registered 5Y-AAE then ZS-OJE
76513 (MSN 16097/32845) to RAF as Dakota IV KN419 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJR
of East African Airways Corp.  Registered to 5X-AAQ to 5Y-BBn and w/o Feb 1992 by Air Kenya
76514 (MSN 16098/32846) to RAF as Dakota IV KN420 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  By 1955 was AP-AGG of Pakistan International Airlines
76515 (MSN 16099/32847) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Mar 29, 1945.  Became XT-52, then N8351C.
To civil registry as N4883V
76516 (MSN 16100/32848) to RAF as Dakota IV KN421 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jul 17, 1947
76517 (MSN 16101/32849) to RAF as Dakota IV KN422.  Returned to USAAF
Feb 27, 1947.  To Royal Thai AF as L2-8/90.  
In RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
76518 (MSN 16102/32850) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76519 (MSN 16103/32851) to RAF as Dakota IV KN423 Mar 1945.  Engine caught
fire in flight May 20, 1948.  Landed safely but SOC as DBR.
76520 (MSN 16104/32852) to RAF as Dakota IV KN424 Mar 1945.  DBR Oct 20, 1948 at
Lubeck, West Germany when tipped up while taxying in gusty conditions
76521 (MSN 16105/32853) to RAF as Dakota IV KN425 Mar 1945.  SOC Oct 29, 1948
76522 (MSN 16106/32854) to RAF as Dakota IV KN426 Mar 1945.  Bellylanded on
fire Jan 10, 1948 25 mi NW of Cairo after engine exploded and fell off.
76523 (MSN 16107/32855) to RAF as Dakota IV KN427.  TO RCAF Apr 8, 1946.
Renumbered 12921 in 1970.
76524 delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to EC-47P.  Supplied under MAP in 1972.
44-76525 ... 44-76854
Douglas C-47B-30-DK Skytrain
MSN 32857/33186
76680,76686,76691,76696,76700,76705,76711,76716,76722,76729,76734,76739,
76744,76748,76753,76758,76763,76768,76773,76778,76789,76794,76801,66812,76823,76828,76838,76848,76854
completed as TC-47B-30-DK
76525 (MSN 16109/32857) to RAF as Dakota IV KN428 Feb 1945.  SOC Feb 17, 1950
76526 (MSN 16110/32858) to RAF as Dakota IV KN429 Mar 1945.  Engine caught fire
onl landing at Elmas Aut 20, 1945, not repaired.
76527 (MSN 16111/32859) to RAF as Dakota IV KN430 Mar 1945.  Wrecked when swung
on takeoff and struck parked aircraft, Kai Tak Aug 1, 1946
76528 (MSN 16112/32860) to RAF as Dakota IV KN431 Mar 1945.  SOC Mar 31, 1953.
76529 (MSN 16113/32861) to RAF as Dakota IV KN432 Mar 1945.  Destroyed by fire
when undershot during night landing and struck bank Nov 30, 1945, Almaza, Egypt
76530 (MSN 16114/32862) to RAF as Dakota IV KN433 Mar 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1950
76531 (MSN 16115/32863) to RAF as Dakota IV KN434 Mar 1945.  Sold Mar 1, 1961.
Became PI-489.
76532 (MSN 16116/32864) to RAF as Dakota IV KN435 Mar 1945.  DBR when overshot
emergency landing Oct 8, 1949, Castel Benito, Libya
76533 (MSN 16117/32865) to RAF as Dakota IV KN436 Mar 1945.  To RCAF Jul 4, 1946.  Reserialed 12922 Jun 1970.
76534 (MSN 16118/32866) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.
76535 (MSN 16119/32867) to RAF as Dakota IV KN437 May 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To Pakistan AF, then G-AOZI, N9848F,
N5000C, N5050, D-CORA, G-41-3-67 (a British Class B registration), SAFAF 201
76536 (MSN 16120/32868) to RAF as Dakota IV KN438 Mar 1945.  DBR when
forcelanded on abandoned airffield Nov 12, 1952, Merowe, Sudan following
engine failure
76537 (MSN 16121/32869) to RAF as Dakota IV KN439 Mar 1945.  Crashed at Utersen, Germany Dec 20, 1947
when control was lost after engine fialed during approach in bad weather.
76538 (MSN 16122/32870) to RAF as Dakota IV KN440.  Accident Oct 7, 1948, SOC Oct 14, 1948.
76539 (MSN 16123/32871) to RAF as Dakota IV KN441 Mar 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950. To RCAF as Dakota IV 10914
76540 (MSN 16124/32872) to RAF as Dakota IV KN442 Mar 1945. Civilianised as G-AMPZ; became OD-AEQ, then G-AMPZ, then 
PH-RIC (ntu), then G-41-3-66 (a British Class B registration), then TF-AIV, then G-AMPZ, then EI-BDT, then 
G-AMPZ. Registration D-CXXX has now been reserved for Air Service Berlin CFH 
GmbH of Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany.  Noted Mar 2006 with Air Service Berlin as D-CXXX
"Rosinenbomber" (Candy Bomber)
76541 (MSN 16125/32873) to RAF as Dakota IV KN443 Mar 1945.  To RCAF as Dakota IV KN443 Apr 8, 1946.  Renumbered 
as 12923 in 1970.
76542 (MSN 16126/32874) completed as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Destroyed in landing accident at Binh Thuy, Vietnam Feb 18, 1967.
76543 (MSN 16127/32875) to RAAF as A65-83.  Missing Oct 20, 1945 in flight from Ambon to Darwin.
76544 (MSN 16128/32876) to RAAF as A65-87.  Damaged beyond repair Oct 1959.  Scrapped Apr 10, 1962.
76545 (MSN 16129/32877) to RAAF as A65-84 (VH-RFA) Apr 1945.  To Papua New Guinea DF Aug 1975 as P2-002.  Preserved
at Jackson Air Base, Port Moresby in 1994.
76546 (MSN 16130/32878) to RAAF as A65-85 (VH-RFB).  To civilian registry as N16130, PK-JDB, PK-JDB.
76547 (MSN 16131/32879) to RAAF as A65-86.  Now VH-NVD in RAN Museum.
76548 (MSN 16132/32880) to RAAF as A65-88 Apr 8, 1945.  To VH-AIX Nov 29, 1971.  To Cambodian AF Nov 30, 1971.
W/o Jan 18, 1974 at Kg. Chanang, Cambodia.
76549 (MSN 16133/32881) to RAAF as A65-89(VH-RFF).  Crashed Nov 29, 1958, while being flown by a untrained pilot.  
76550 (MSN 16134/32882) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76551 (MSN 16135/32883)to RAAF as A65-90 (VHREG) and to RAN as N2-90 (VMNSK).  Currently 
flying with RAN Historic Flight as N2-90 and civil registration VH-NVZ.
76552 (MSN 16136/32884) to RAAF as A65-91 (VH-RFH, then VM-JFB, then VM-JRH).  To
Australian civil registry as VH-TMQ Dec 1, 1987.  Believed still flying.
76553 (MSN 16137/32885) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76554 (MSN 16138/32886) delivered to China under Lend-Lease Mar 30, 1945.
76555 (MSN 16139/32887) to RAAF as A65-92 (VH-RFI).  Crashed Jan 23, 1961 in PNG jungle.
76556 (MSN 16140/32888) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
76557 (/cn 16141/32889) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 476557, for service in French Indo China. 
May 4, 1947 written off (DBR) at Saigon-Tan Son Nhut Airport (SGN) Vietnam, French Indo China.
76558 (MSN 16142/32890) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to TC-47D.  To South Vietnam
AF, to Cambodian AF May 24, 1973, later to Philippine AF as 476558 in 1975.  Derelict at Nichols AB in 1980.
Later at Villamoor AB, Philippines
76559 (MSN 16143/32891) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
76560 (MSN 16144/32892) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force)  
76561 (MSN 16145/32893) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
76562 (MSN 16146/32894) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
76563 (MSN 16147/32895) to RNZAF as NZ3535.  To civil registry as ZK-AOZ, 5W-FAA
76564 (MSN 16148/32896) to RNZAF as NZ3540.  
76565 (MSN 16149/32897) to RNZAF as NZ3538.
76566 (MSN 16150/32898) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Noted Spring 1963 with Air International Inc at 
Miami IAP, FL for depot-level maintenance prior to disposal under MAP, so presumably subsequently went to a 
friendly foreign AF
76567 (MSN 16151/32899) to RNZAF as NZ3539.  Then to NZNAC as ZK-AOF.  Leased to Fiji Airways Jun 1969
as VP-FBJ and on Fijian independence reregistered as DQ-FBJ
76568 (MSN 16152/32900) to USSR Apr 1945
76569 (MSN 16153/32901) to USSR Apr 1945
76570 (MSN 16154/32902) to USSR Apr 1945
76571 (MSN 16155/32903) to USSR Apr 1945
76572 (MSN 16156/32904) to USSR Apr 1945
76573 (MSN 16157/32905) to USSR Apr 1945
76574 (MSN 16158/32906) completed as TC-47B-30-DK.  Crashed near Saigon, SVN Nov 26, 1966.  25 killed.
76575 (MSN 16159/32907) to USSR Apr 1945
76576 (MSN 16160/32908) to USSR Apr 1945
76577 (MSN 16161/32909) to USSR Apr 1945
76578 (MSN 16162/32910) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
76579 (MSN 16163/32911) to USSR Apr 1945
76580 (MSN 16164/32912) to RAF as Dakota IV KN444 Mar 1945. Bellylanded at Coulsdon, UK when
lost power after takeoff Dec 17, 1945.
76581 (MSN 16165/32913) to RAF as Dakota IV KN445 Mar 1945.  SOC Nov 12, 1948 
76582 (MSN 16166/32914) delivered as TC-47D-30-DK to USAAC Mar 27, 1945.  Assignments:
March 1945 	2517th Base Unit, Ellington Field, (Houston) Texas
April 1946 	3010th Base Unit, Williams Field, (Chandler) Arizona
December 1947	Modified to C-47D
January 1948	2533rd Base Unit, Goodfellow Field, (El Paso) Texas
February 1948 	4121st Base Unit, Kelly Field, (San Antonio) Texas
August 1948	3545th Technical Training Wing (Air Training Command (ATC)), Goodfellow Air Force Base (AFB)
December 1948	Unit Transferred to Chanute AFB, (Rantoul) Illinois
July 1949 	Modified to VC-47D
October 1949	3310th Headquarters Squadron (ARC), Scott AFB, (Belleville) Illinois
December 1949	3750th Technical Training Wing (ATC) Sheppard AFB, (Wichita Falls) Texas
August 1951	ATC Headquarters, Scott AFB
December 1951	3310th Technical Training Wing (ATC), Scott AFB
August 1957	3300th Support Squadron (ATC), Randolph AFB, (San Antonio) Texas
June 1960	Keesler Technical Training Center, Keesler AFB, (Biloxi) Mississippi
July 1962	3380th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Keesler AFB
April 1963 	Transferred on loan to Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), Albuquerque, New Mexico as N710Z
June 1966 	Air Force Logistics Command Headquarters, Wright-Patterson AFB
November 1966	Dropped from US Air Force inventory. Remained with AEC.
December 1972	US Department of Agriculture/Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Moore Air Base, (Mission) Texas, and Tampico, Mexico.
May 1980	Transferred to the Combat Air Museum
76583 (MSN 16167/32915) to China under Lend-Lease Apr 3, 1945.
76584 (MSN 16168/32916) to RAF as Dakota IV KN446 Mar 1945.  SOC Feb 6, 1956
76585 (MSN 16169/32917) to RAF as Dakota IV KN447 Mar 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1947.
RAF record card says that maintenance serial 9229M was allocated
but NTU, but this may be incorrect.
76586 (MSN 16170/32918) to RAF as Dakota IV KN448 Mar 1945.  Transferred to RCAF 
Apr 8, 1946.  Nose section noted
at Science Museum, South Kensington, London Mar 2004
76587 (MSN 16171/32919) to RAF as Dakota IV KN449 Mar 1945.  To civilian registry as G-AMSW.  Crashed on Mt Canigou, near
Perpignan, France due to a navigational aerror Oct 7, 1961 while being used by Derby Aviation.
All 34 on board killed.
76588 (MSN 16172/32920) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
76589 (MSN 16173/32921) to RAF as Dakota IV KN450 Mar 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950.
76590 (MSN 16174/32922) to RAF as Dakota IV KN451 Mar 1945.  To RCAF as Dakota IVM KN451
Apr 7, 1946.  Preserved in Ottawa
76591 (MSN 16175/32923) to RAF as Dakota IV KN452 Mar 1945.  To civil registry as G-AXJU Jul 1969.  To Kenya Police
as 5Y-AKB, to Aero Service Corp as N62303 Dec 1974.
76592 (MSN 16176/32924) to RAF as Dakota IV KN453 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 15, 1953.
76593 (MSN 16177/32925) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to AC-47
76594 (MSN 16178/32926) to RAF as Dakota IV KN454 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 1,1948
76595 (MSN 16179/32927) to RAF as Dakota IV KN455 Apr 1945.  Missing at
unspecified date, found crashed near Sumsen, Burma Jun 23, 1945.
76596 (MSN 16180/32928) to RAF as Dakota IV KN456 Apr 1945.  SOC Nov 9, 1948.
76597 (MSN 16181/32929) to RAF as Dakota IV KN457 Apr 1945.  Spun into ground near Akyab Jul 13, 1945.
76598 (MSN 16182/32930) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To AC-47A.  To MASDC
76599 (MSN 16183/32931) to RAF as Dakota IV KN458 Apr 1945.  SOC Mar 21, 1950.
76600 (MSN 16184/32932) to RAF as Dakota IV KN459 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  With 48th Tactical 
Fighter Wing at RAF Lakenheath in 1966. Retired to MASDC on September 25, 1969.
76601 (MSN 16185/32933) to RAF as Dakota IV KN460 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76602 (MSN 16186/32934) to RAF as Dakota IV KN461 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Hindstand Aircraft, Leased
to Jamair as VT-DTG.  W/o May 15, 1954 at Saugaon, West Bengal, India
when the pilot landed long and retracted the undercarriage to stop
the aircraft.
76603 (MSN 16187/32935) to RAF as Dakota IV KN462 Apr 1945.  Registered G-AMPT
Mar 4, 1952.  Registration cancelled May 14, 1953 on sale to Central African Airways with Rhodesian 
civil registry as VP-YKM "Angoni".  Later became 7Q-YKM with Malawi civil regiatry, then ZS-EYO with
South African registry, then F-ODQL.  Registration D-CDST reserved but NTU, remained F-ODQL. Then became 
F-GILV, then N48ME, then 3C-JJN with Equatorial Guinea civl registry, then T9-ABC with Bosnia/Herzegovina civl
registry.
76604 (MSN 16188/32936) to RAF as Dakota IV KN463 Apr 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 24, 1947.
76605 (MSN 16189/32937) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN464 but was diverted to
SAAF as 6855, no RAF service
76606 (MSN 16190/32938) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  W/o at Binh Thuy
Sep 5, 1969
76607 (MSN 16191/32939) to RAF as Dakota IV KN465 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 13, 1946.  By 1955 was HB-IRM of Swissair.
76608 (MSN 16192/32940) to RAF as Dakota IV KN466 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76609 (MSN 16193/32941) to RAF as Dakota IV KN467 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954.  Returned to USAF 1954.  With 10th Tactical Reconnaissance 
Wing at RAF Alconbury in 1966. Retired to MASDC on August 7, 1969.
76610 (MSN 16194/32942) to RAF as Dakota IV KN468 Mar 1945.  Crashed due to
engine fire 2 mi E of Dinawa, Burma Jun 13, 1945
76611 (MSN 16195/32943) to RAF as Dakota IV KN469 Mar 1945.  To G-AMYV, used by
on troop ferrying contract and given temporary "trooping" serial of XF523,
then G-AMYV, G-41-4-67 (a British Class B registration), South Arabian Federation
AF as serial 204
76612 (MSN 16196/32944) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
76613 (MSN 16197/32945) to RAF as Dakota IV KN470 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.   To Pakistan AF
as H-717, then registered G-ANMA Jan 11, 1954.  Registration
cancelled Feb 18, 1954 on sale to MacRobertson Miller
Aviation Co Ltd as VH-mml.  Now flying in Australia as VH-BPN
76614 (MSN 16198/32946) to RAF as Dakota IV KN471 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to SAAF as 6863 Sep 27, 1945, then handed back to RAF and returned
to USAAF May 13, 1947.
76615 (MSN 16199/32947) delivered to China under Lend-Lease Apr 8, 1945. 
76616 (MSN 16200/32948) to RAF as Dakota IV KN472 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to SAAF as 6868 Oct 8, 1945.
76617 (MSN 16201/32949) to RAF as Dakota IV KN473 Mar 1945.  SOC Jun 26, 1950
76618 (MSN 16202/32950) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to C-47D Jul 1947, to TC-47D Oct 1947.
76619 (MSN 16203/32951) to RAF as Dakota IV KN474 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
SAAF as 6878 Sep 28, 1945.
76620 (MSN 16204/32952) to RAF as Dakota IV KN475 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Greek AF Aug 3, 1949
76621 (MSN 16205/32953) to RAF as Dakota IV KN476 Mar 1945.  SOC Jan 19, 1950.
76622 (MSN 16206/32954) to RAF as Dakota IV KN477 Mar 1945.  Sold Apr 24, 1952,
registered G-AMSK same day.  Carried out trooping work using
temporary RAF serial of XF769.  Registration cancelled Aug 1955
on sale as VP-YNH
76623 (MSN 16207/32955) to RAF as Dakota IV KN478 Mar 1945.  Sold Apr 24, 1952,
registered G-AMST Apr 29, 1952.  Registration cancelled Sep 30, 1952
on sale as VP-KKI
76624 (MSN 16208/32956) to RAF as Dakota IV KN479 Mar 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
76625 (MSN 16209/32957) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to AC-47.
to Royal Laotian AF
76626 (MSN 16210/32958) to RAF as Dakota IV KN480 Apr 1945.  SOC Sep 18, 1950.
Later to South Vietnam AF
76627 (MSN 16211/32959) to RAF as Dakota IV KN481 Apr 1945.  SOC Jul 8, 1948
76628 (MSN 16212/32960) to RAF as Dakota IV KN482 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954
76629 (MSN 16213/32961) to RAF as Dakota IV KN483 Apr 1945.  Transferred
to SAAF as 6881 Oct 6, 1945.  Became ZS-DIV
76630 (MSN 16214/32962) to RAF as Dakota IV KN484 Apr 1945.  SOC May 25, 1948
76631 (MSN 16215/32963) to RAF as Dakota IV KN485 Apr 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.
76632 (MSN 16216/32964) completed as TC-47B-30-DK.  to Cambodia AF Apr 27, 1973.  To Philippine AF as 476632 Jun 1975
76633 (MSN 16217/32965) to RAF as Dakota IV KN486 Apr 1945.  SOC Jul 25, 1950
76634 (MSN 16218/32966) to RAF as Dakota IV KN487 Mar 1945.  RAF record card says
sold as scrap Jan 17, 1950.  Must have been rebuilt.  Became G-AMCA Jun 1, 1950.
Registration cancelled Oct 16, 2003.  Noted 2005 preserved at Aviodrome
Museum, Lelystad AP, Holland painted in prewar KLM colors as PH-ALR.
76635 (MSN 16219/32967) to RAF as Dakota IV KN488 Apr 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group May 27, 1953.
76636 (MSN 16220/32968)
76637 (MSN 16221/32969)   
76638 (MSN 16222/32970) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To Thailand or South Vietnam AF.
76639 (MSN 16223/32971) w/op Mar 3, 1954 at Kunsan AB, South Korea
76640 (MSN 16224/32972) w/o Apr 8, 1946 when engine failed on takeoff at Jiangwan A/P, Shanghai
76641 (MSN 16225/32973) to VT-CEA
76642 (MSN 16226/32974) to RFC Sep 17, 1945.  on civil registry as N4039S.  Damaged Sep 14, 1950 in landing at
Bergstrom AB, Texas.  To MASDC Nov 1, 1969
76643 (MSN 16227/32975) converted to to AC-47A.  Destroyed Feb 20, 1968 at Tan Son Nhut AB, Saigon by shellfire.
76644 (MSN 16228/32976) to Laotian AF
76645 (MSN 16229/32977) delivered at TC-47B-30-DK
76646 (MSN 16230/32978) 
76647 (MSN 16231/32979) to Saudi Arabian Airlines as HC-AAK.  Crashed Jul 10, 1972 Tabouk Airport
76648 (MSN 16232/32980) 
76649 (MSN 16233/32981) w/o May 15, 1945 Kachin, Burma
76650 (MSN 16234/32982) converted to VC-47D.  The plane on display at People's Liberation Army Air Force Museum,
Xiaotanzhanzen, Beijing in Oct 2010 is not 76650 but is a TS-62.  Air Britain has 476650 ending its days
as ET-AIJ and was last seen stored at Addis Ababa in 1993.
76651 (MSN 16235/32983) w/o Jul 9, 1951 in landing at Pohang AB, South Korea
76652 (MSN 16236/32984) completed as TC-47B-30-DK. Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 
29) and to Colombian AF as FAC 1659.
76653 (MSN 16237/32985) 
76654 (MSN 16238/32986)
76655 (MSN 16239/32987)
76656 (MSN 16240/32998) to CP-1419
76657 (MSN 16241/32989) converted to VC-47D.  To Khymer AF Sep 16, 1973
76658 (MSN 16242/32990) delivered at TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to TC-47D Jul 1946
76659 (MSN 16243/32991) by 1951 was VR-HDA of Cathay Pacific Airlines .  To B-1409 to XW-PAD then XW-TAE
76660 (MSN 16244/32992)  
76661 (MSN 16245/32993)
76662 (MSN 16246/32994)
76663 (MSN 16247/32995) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  W/o Jan 10, 1962
76664 (MSN 16248/32996) 
76665 (MSN 16249/32997)
76666 (MSN 16250/32998) w/o Dec 27, 1950 South Koreaq
76667 (MSN 16251/32999)
76668 (MSN 16252/33000) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To Vietnam AF
76669 (MSN 16253/33001) w/o in takeofff accident May 30, 1945 at Meiktila, Burma
76670 (MSN 16254/33002)
76671 (MSN 16255/33003) converted to VC-47D.  To Lackland Air Museum, Texas Oct 1973 to Oct 1979
76672 (MSN 16256/33004) to USSR Apr 1945
76673 (MSN 16257/33005) to RAF as Dakota IV KN489 Apr 1945.  Relegated
to ground instructional airframe with serial 6345M Jun 2, 1947.
Presumably subsequently scrapped
76674 (MSN 16258/33006) to RAF as Dakota IV KN490 Apr 1945.   SOC Jul 28, 1950
76675 (MSN 16259/33007) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
76676 (MSN 16260/33008) to USSR Apr 1945
76677 (MSN 16261/33009) to RAF as Dakota IV KN491 Apr 1945.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire after striking trees while on approach Jan 24, 1949,
Lubeck, West Germany.  24 lost
76678 (MSN 16262/33010) to RAF as Dakota IV KN492 Apr 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMWW then EI-ARP,
back to G-AMWW.  Registration N3102Q reserved but NTU.  Became N2685W.  Noted on Basler 
'production' line July 2002 undergoing conversion to BT067 (Basler conversion 
no 42).  After being converted for Royal Thai AF, it is believed to have assumed
the identity of 45-1079 (MSN 34349)
76679 (MSN 16263/33011) to USSR Apr 1945
76680 (MSN 16264/33012) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76681 (MSN 16265/33013) to RAF as Dakota IV KN493 Apr 1945.  Crashed at East
Hendred Oct 22, 1951.
76682 (MSN 16266/33014) to RAF as Dakota IV KN494 Apr 1945.  Sold for
spares Aug 13, 1953
76683 (MSN 16267/33015) to USSR May 1945
76684 (MSN 16268/33016) to RAF as Dakota IV KN495 Apr 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950
76685 (MSN 16269/33017) to USSR Apr 1945
76686 (MSN 16270/33018) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
76687 (MSN 16271/33019) to RAF as Dakota IV KN496 Apr 1945.  DBR when bellylanded
after striking hut on approach Jan 29, 1946 at Takoradi, Gold Coast
76688 (MSN 16272/33020) to RAF as Dakota IV KN497 Apr 1945.  Sold Mar 31, 1953.
Registered G-AMYW Apr 1,1953.  DBR 80 mi SW of Hail, Saudi Arabia
Apr 8, 1967
76689 (MSN 16273/33021) to RAF as Dakota IV KN498 Apr 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Oct 22, 1954.
76690 (MSN 16274/33022) to USSR Apr 1945
76691 (MSN 16275/33023) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to GC-47D.
76692 (MSN 16276/33024) to RAF as Dakota IV KN499 Apr 1945. Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Nov 9, 1954
76693 (MSN 16277/33025) to RAF as Dakota IV KN500 Apr 1945.  Crashed 7 mi
S of Le Mans after entering cloud Jan 30, 1946.
76694 (MSN 16278/33026) to USSR May 1945
76695 (MSN 16279/33027) to RAF as Dakota IV KN501 Jun 1945.  DBR when
overshot landing, ran into ditch, and undercarriage
collapsed May 29, 1946 KemaJoran, Batavia, Java
76696 (MSN 16280/33028) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.
76697 (MSN 16281/33029) to USSR Apr 1945
76698 (MSN 16282/33030) to RAF as Dakota IV KN502 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
76699 (MSN 16283/33031) to RAF as Dakota IV KN503 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF May 9, 1947.  To Israel AF as 042.  Retired in 2001 to IDFAF Museum at
Hatzerim.
76700 (MSN 16285/33032) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  On civil registry as N1350A.  Then to Spanish civil registry as
EC-ASH.  To Spanish AF as T.3-66 Apr 1966.
76701 (MSN 16286/33033) to USSR Apr 1945
76702 (MSN 16287/33035) to RAF as Dakota IV KN504 May 1945.  SOC Nov 25, 1948
76703 (MSN 16288/33036) to RAF as Dakota IV KN505 May 1945.  SOC Jul 26, 1945
76704 (MSN 16288/33036) to USSR Apr 1945
76705 (MSN 16289/33037) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US civil registry as N73858.  To Spanish AF as T.3-52
76706 (MSN 16290/33038) to RAF as Dakota IV KN506 Apr 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 9, 1954.
76707 (MSN 16291/33039) to RAF as Dakota IV KN507 Apr 1945.  SOC Aug 6, 1948
76708 (MSN 16292/33040) to USSR Apr 1945
76709 (MSN 16293/33041) to RAF as Dakota IV KN508 Apr 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 13, 1953
76710 (MSN 16294/33042) to RAF as Dakota IV KN509 Apr 1945.  Sold Mar 31, 1953,
registered G-AMYX Apr 1, 1953.  Carried out trooping work using
temporary RAF serial XF619.  Registration cancelled Jul 8, 1966 on
sale as EI-APJ, which registration was in turn cancelled Sep 1967
on sale as N3102Q. As 5N-ARA of Arax Airlines in 1981 was DBR in accident at Lagos Airport
and subsequently reduced to spares.
76711 (MSN 16295/33043) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
76712 (MSN 16296/33044) to USSR Apr 1945
76713 (MSN 16297/33045) to RAF as Dakota IV KN510 Apr 1945.  Wrecked when
stalled on takeoff, sank back and undercarriage collapsed,
Elmas Aug 29, 1945.
76714 (MSN 16298/33046) to RAF as Dakota IV KN511.  To RCAF Apr 1, 1946.  Renumbered 12926 in 1970.  Converted to
Basler BT-67 Turbo-67 and registered as N707BA with US Department of State.
76715 (MSN 16299/33047) to USSR Apr 1945.  To Aeroflot as CCCP-L-1011.
76716 (MSN 16300/33048) delivered Apr 11, 1945 as TC-47B-30-DK. Apr 1945 assigned to 2523rd Base Unit, Hondo Field, TX;
May 1945 assigned to 2536th Base Unit, Marcos Field, TX;
Oct 1945 assigned to 2517th Base Unit, Ellington Field, TX;
Apr 1946 assigned to 2532nd Base Unit, Randolph Field, TX Modified to TC-47D in 1946.  Nov 1946 assigned to 
2622nd Base Unit, Mather Field, CA;
Aug 1948 assigned to 3535th Bombardment Training Wing (Air Training Command), Mather Field, CA;
Feb 1951 assigned to 3605th Navigator Training Wing (ATC), Ellington AFB, TX;
May 1954 assigned to 3600th Flight Training Wing (ATC), Luke AFB, AZ;
Sep 1956 assigned to 2242nd AF Reserve Combat Training Center, Selfridge AFB, MI;
Jul 1957 assigned to 3320th Technical Training Wing (ATC), Amarillo AFB, TX;
Mar 1958 returned to Selfridge AFB, MI;
Oct 1958 assigned to 2423rd Instrument Squadron (AFRES), Selfridge AFB, MI;
Jan 1965 on loan to University of Michigan, Willow Run Airport, Ypsilanti, MI;
Dropped from  USAF inventory in Aug 1970.  Purchased by 
Yankee Air Force, Willow Run, MI and restored to flying condition as N8704.
1985 after 18 month of restoration, she was awarded "Best of Transport" Category, at the EAA Fly-In in Oshkosh;
Registered N8704, current. Based at the Yankee Air Museum, Willow Run, MI. Named Yankee Doodle Dandy
Ground looped Jul 28, 1995 during downwind takeoff at EAA convention. Failed to lock tailwheel. Stopped in a ditch.
Damaged Jun 4, 2000 when pilot taxied aircraft to runway 31 at Reading Airport, Reading, PA, then stopped and 
set brakes. Pilot went to reduce hydraulic system pressure by using the landing gear control lever, and the 
right landing gear retracted. The right propeller hit the ground and separated from engine case. Right wing 
hit the ground.
76717 (MSN 16301/33049) to RAF as Dakota IV KN512 Apr 1945.  To Belgian AF Jan 5, 1950 as
K29 (call sign OT-CNP), then to French AF.  To US civil registry as N15SJ.
Now on display at American Airpower Museum, Long Island, NY.
76718 (MSN 16302/33050) to RAF as Dakota IV KN513 Apr 1945.  Soc Oct 7, 1948.
76719 (MSN 16303/33051) to USSR Apr 1945
76720 (MSN 16304/33052) to RAF as Dakota IV KN514 Apr 1945 .  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Nov 2, 1954.  Served with West German AF as 14+04.  Registered as N893 in
1977 to ATC Incorporated, Reno, Nevada and noted as operating in Malta May 1981 with Arax Airlines.
Registered as N515GL and cancelled Jun 6, 1988.
76721 (MSN 16305/33053) to RAF as Dakota IV KN515.  Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Mar 31, 1953.  To French AF as 721.  To civilian registry as N177DM, then N72BF, then
N200AN.  Converted to turboprop power as Basler 67 (conversion number 1), to Enterprise 
Air Inc of Oshawa, ON as C-GEAI.
76722 (MSN 16306/33054) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  converted to AC-47D
76723 (MSN 16307/33055) to USSR May 1945
76724 (MSN 16308/33056) to RAF as Dakota IV KN516 Apr 1945.  SOC Jun 16, 1950.
76725 (MSN 16309/33057) to RAF as Dakota IV KN517 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group May 5, 1953.
76726 (MSN 16310/33058) to RAF as Dakota IV KN518 May 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group May 4, 1953. To French AF as 76726 (used various
call signs F-RAZX, F-RAZE, F-RA0Y, F-RAKL, and F-UIHS).  To Aeronavale as 726.
To Hemet Exploaration as F-GEOB.  To Spain and ARM Palfe as EC-220, on lease
purchase registered as EC-EQH.  Crashed on takeoff Jan 4, 1991 at Palma de Mallorca
Airport, Spain when operated by Aero Market (Transporte Aero de Maercania) a part of
ARM Palfe.  Caused by a fire in right engine.  Presumably not totally
wrecked when crashed, as reported 1997 WFU at Palma, Majorca.
76727 (MSN 16311/33059) to USSR Apr 1945
76728 (MSN 16312/33060) to RAF as Dakota IV KN519 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group May 11, 1953.
76729 (MSN 16313/33061) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.
76730 (MSN 16314/33062) to RAF as Dakota IV KN520 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 6, 1953 
76731 (MSN 16315/33063) to USSR May 1945
76732 (MSN 16316/33064) to RAF as Dakota IV KN521 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 28, 1954
76733 (MSN 16317/33065) to RAF as Dakota IV KN522 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Mar 26, 1953
76734 (MSN 16318/33066) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To Royal Thai AF in 1971.
WFU by Feb 1894 and stored at Lopburi.
76735 (MSN 16319/33067) to USSR Apr 1945
76736 (MSN 16320/33068) to RAF as Dakota IV KN523 Jun 1945.  Tailwheel
dropped into hole while taxying Oct 12, 1948, Lubeck,
West Germany.  SOC.
76737 (MSN 16321/33069) to RAF as Dakota IV KN524 May 1945.  Relegated
to ground instructional airframe with serial 6348M Jun 3, 1947.
Presumably subsequently scrapped.
76738 (MSN 16322/33070) to USSR Apr 1945
76739 (MSN 16323/33071) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
76740 (MSN 16324/33072) to RAF as Dakota IV KN525 May 1945.  To Rhodesian AF as RRAF707, then in 1964 to Zambia
AF as AF-103.  Last noted derelict at Lusaka in 1995
76741 (MSN 16325/33073) to RAF as Dakota IV KN526 Aug 1945.  To Royal Indian Air Force.
W/o Oct 3, 1945 when at Jodhpur, India an engine cut out on takeoff
resulting with a bad landing.
76742 (MSN 16326/33074) to USSR Apr 1945
76743 (MSN 16327/33075) to RAF as Dakota IV KN527 May 1945.  Transferred
to Greek AF Aug 5, 1949.
76744 (MSN 16328/33076) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 39105
76745 (MSN 16329/33077) to USSR Apr 1945
76746 (MSN 16330/33078) to RAF as Dakota IV KN528 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jun 15, 1953
76747 (MSN 16331/33079) to RAF as Dakota IV KN529 Apr 1945.  DBR when
undershot landing and undercarriage collapsed, Miho, Japan Sep 19, 1946.
76748 (MSN 16332/33080) deliverd as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as BuNo 39106
76749 (MSN 16333/33081) to USSR May 1945
76750 (MSN 16334/33082) to RAF as Dakota IV KN530 Apr 1945. Crashed into sea during
approach in bad weatheo Jul 24, 1945 off Tachloban, Leyte.
76751 (MSN 16335/33083) to RAF as Dakota IV KN531 Apr 1945.  Registered G-AMZR
May 27, 1953.  Registration cancelled May 11, 1954 on sale to
Sudan Airways as SN-AAJ
76752 (MSN 16336/33084) to USSR May 1945
76753 (MSN 16337/33085) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as BuNo 39107.
76754 (MSN 16338/33086) to RAF as Dakota IV KN532 Apr 1945.  Broke up and
crashed south of Myingyan while flying in cloud Sep 5, 1945.
76755 (MSN 16339/33087) to RAF as Dakota IV KN533 Apr 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
76756 (MSN 16340/33088) to USSR Apr 1945
76757 (MSN 16341/33089) to RAF as Dakota IV KN534 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954
76758 (MSN 16342/33090) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK Apr 1945.  To US Navy as BuNo 39108.
76759 (MSN 16343/33091) to USSR Apr 1945
76760 (MSN 16344/33092) to RAF as Dakota IV KN535 Apr 1945.  SOC Mar 9, 1948
76761 (MSN 16345/33093) to RAAF as A65-93 (VH-RFJ).  To civilian registry
as VH-CDC, then to Israel as 4X-AOB in 1961.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 6156 in 1961.
To Guine-Bissau Air Force in 1974, probably registered as CR-GBO
76762 (MSN 16346/33094)
76763 (MSN 16347/33095) to US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99824.
76764 (MSN 16348/33096) to RAAF as A65-95 (VH-RFL). To VM-HJV, now VH-EAE.  Owned by
Historical Aircraft Restoration Society.
76765 (MSN 16349/33097) to RAAF as A65-96 (VH-RFM) May 6, 1945.  To civil registry as 
VH-AID Oct 25, 1971, then to Cambodia in Nov 5, 1971.  W/o Jan 31, 1974 at Phonm Penh, Cambodia
76766 (MSN 16350/33098) to USSR Apr 1945
76767 (MSN 16351/33099) to RAAF as A65-97 (VH-RFN).  To civil registry as
VH-RRA with CSIRO.  Withdrawn 1978.
76768 (MSN 16352/33100) to US Navy as BuNo 99825.
76769 (MSN 16353/33101) to USSR May 1945
76770 (MSN 16354/33102) to RAAF As A65-98. Still flying in Australia as VH-OVM
76771 (MSN 16355/33103) to RAAF s A65-99 (VH-RFP).  Crashed Jan 17, 1958,
Garfield, VIC, rebuilt as VH-PNA.  Scrapped 12/78.
76772 (MSN 16356/33104) to USSR May 1945
76773 (MSN 16357/33105) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as BuNo 99826.
76774 (MSN 16358/33106) to RAAF as A65-94.  Still flying as VH-EAF. Owned by
Historical Aircraft Restoration Society.
76775 (MSN 16359/33107) to RAF as Dakota IV KN536 Apr 1945.  Flew int trees
and crashed in valley Sep 7, 1949 N of Taiping, Malaya.  3 lost.
76776 (MSN 16360/33108) to USSR May 1945
76777 (MSN 16361/33109) to RAAF as A65-100 May 1945 (VH-RFQ).  To Papua New Guinea DF Aug 1975 as P2-001.
76778 (MSN 16362/33110) to US Navy as BuNo 199827
76779 (MSN 16363/33111) to USSR Jun 1945
76780 (MSN 16364/33112) to RAAF as A65-101 (VH-RFR).  To civilian registry as
N16893, then PK-JDD, then N16893.
76781 (MSN 16365/33113) to RAAF as A65-102 (VH-RFS).  To civilian registry as VH-PTS.
76782 (MSN 16366/33114)
76783 (MSN 16367/33115) to RCAF as Dakota IV 987.  W/o Jan 27, 1949.
76784 (MSN 16368/33116) to RCAF as Dakota 988.  Renumbered 12961 in 1970.
76785 (MSN 16369/33117) to USSR May 1945
76786 (MSN 16370/33118) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) as 76786, to civil registry as F-RBFM, F-RAMQ.
F-RASQ, F-RAZN, F-RASZ, to Ivory Coast as TU-VAC.  WFU.
76787 (MSN 16371/33119) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) as 476787, then civilianized as F-BAIF.  
Not at Wings of Liberation Museum painted as 2100847.  But see 43-2002.  Was pylon mounted on WW.2 museum at
Arlon, Belgium in D-Day color scheme, moved to Museum bevrijdende Vleugels, Best (Netherlands) 
in February 2002.  Severely damaged during a road transport accident the night of 12/13 August2010 when en-route 
to Valkenburg to be used as a prop outside a theatre, later in a film, then scrapped.
Nose section is being used for a DC-3 flight simulator being built by Multi Pilot Simulations, Holland
76788 (MSN 16372/33120) to USSR May 1945
76789 (MSN 16373/33121) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39104.
76790 (MSN 16374/33122) to USSR May 2, 1945.
76791 (MSN 16375/33123) Lend-Lease L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) May 1945 as 476791.  To Israel AF Feb 1967 as 034.  
In storage at Lod Ben Gurion May 2001.
76792 (MSN 16376/33124) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) as 476792.
76793 (MSN 16377/33125) to USSR May 6, 1945
76794 (MSN 16378/33126) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To civil registry as N87669.
76795 (MSN 16379/33127) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) as 476795.  
76796 (MSN 16380/33128) to NEIAF as DT-947, callsign VH-REA
76797 (MSN 16381/33129) to USSR May 1945
76798 (MSN 16382/33130) to NEIAF as DT-948, callsign VH-REB.
76799 (MSN 16383/33131) to RNZAF as NZ3541.  Reg. ZK-AOE for New Zealand National Airways Corporation - NAC.
W/o Aug 9, 1948 when it crashed enroute near Rununder Point, New Zealand, two fatal.
76800 (MSN 16384/33132) to USSR May 1945
76801 (MSN 16385/33133) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99837.
76802 (MSN 16386/33134) to RNZAF as NZ3542.  To civil registry as ZK-AQU, then D6-CAH, to SAAF as 6486 (2).
To N8241T.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turbprop conversion.
76803 (MSN 16387/33135) to RNZAF as NZ3543, then ZK-AWP in New Zealand, then 5N-FAI, then
reverted to ZK-AWP.  Regstered Mar 2006 to Peau Vava'u Ltd of Nuku;Alofa-Tongatapu
as A3-AWP.
76804 (MSN 16388/33136) to USSR May 1945
76805 (MSN 16389/33137) to RAF as Dakota IV KN537.   Destroyed by hangar collapse Jun 6, 1946, Palam, Delhi.
76806 (MSN 16390/33138) to RAF as Dakota IV KN538.  Sold Jun 20, 1955.
To Rhodesian AF as 708.
76808 (MSN 16392/33140) to RAF as Dakota IV KN539.  Returned to USAAF
Apr 21, 1947.  To civil registry as N9082C
76809 (MSN 16393/33141) to RAF as Dakota IV KN540.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
76811 (MSN 16395/33143) to RAF as Dakota IV KN541.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954.
76814 (MSN 16398/33146) to RAF as Dakota IV KN542.  Transferred to Greek
AF Oct 27, 1949.
76815 (MSN 16399/33147) to RAF as Dakota IV KN543.  Crashlanded on approach
to Habbaniya May 3,1 950 after both engines failed.
76817 (MSN 16401/33149) to RAF as Dakota IV KN544.  Crashed after both
propellers were feathered in error while in circuit at night,
North Luffenham Aug 29, 1949.
76818 (MSN 16402/33150) to RAF as Dakota IV KN545.  SOC Oct 17, 1950.
76820 (MSN 16404/33152) to RAF as Dakota IV KN546.  Sold as scrap Sep 27, 1948
76821 (MSN 16405/33153) to RAF as Dakota IV KN547.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 10, 1954.
76824 (MSN 16408/33156) to RAF as Dakota IV KN548.  Destroyed by fire after
wing struck ground on landing and undercarriage collapsed, Melbourne
Aug 25, 1945.
76825 (MSN 16409/33157) to RAF as Dakota IV KN549.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
76827 (MSN 16411/33159) to RAF as Dakota IV KN550.  SOC Jun 29, 1950.
76828 (MSN 16412/33160) completed as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as BuNo 99830
76829 (MSN 16413/33161) to RAF as Dakota IV KN551.  DBR when undershot
night landing at Gatow Nov 5, 1948
76831 (MSN 16415/33163) to RAF as Dakota IV KN552.  To British Eagle International
Airline as G-AMVA.  To Kuwait National Airwasys as G-AMVA.  To Iran
Air as EP-ABE (temporary registration) to Gulf Aviatin as G-AMVA, then
to Air Service Co as EP-AML, parted out derelict at Bushahr, Iran
76832 (MSN 16416/33164) to RAF as Dakota IV KN553.  Wrecked when overshot single
engined landing and went across road, Waterbeach Jan 7, 1948
76833 (MSN 16417/33165) to RAF as Dakota IV KN554.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jun 8, 1953.
76835 (MSN 16419/33167) to RAF as Dakota IV KN555.  To Belgian AF Feb 14, 1950 
as K-34 (callsign OT-CNU).  To French AF as 76835, then to French 
Navy.  Last heard of stored at le Bourget
76837 (MSN 16421/33169) to RAF as Dakota IV KN556.  Stalled after takeoff
and crashed into sea Akyab Jul 25, 1945.
76839 (MSN 16423/33171) to RAF as Dakota IV KN557.  Flew into hill 5 mi
S of Marseilles in bad weather Jan 15, 1946.
76840 (MSN 16424/33172) to RAF as Dakota IV KN558.  SOC Nov 16, 1948
76842 (MSN 16426/33174) to RAF as Dakota IV KN559.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To AP-ADA, F-OAQA, G-AOAL,
Burma AF (UBT-712, 5712).  Sold in 1978 to Nevada Airlines as N2271D and converted
to silver iodide dropper for cloud-seeding and used by PMC Associated Co, Ltd
in Burma from 1980-83. During this period it was owned by Air Mod Inc (San Marcus,
CA), Gerard Charpentier t/a ComAvia Co (Oceanside, CA) or Mana Veerathanongdech
(Oakland, CA).  Ownership was transferred between these three until finally
settling with Miss Panida Veerathannongdech (Sausalito, CA) in Aug 1984.  Sold to
H. J. Hanson of Seattle, WA in 1991.  Sold to Airlease Ltd of Burns, OR in 2000.
Reported Apr 2008 to be dismantled at Ongkarak, Thailand.
76843 (MSN 16427/33175) to RAF as Dakota IV KN560. SOC Apr 24, 1953
76844 (MSN 16428/33176) to RAF as Dakota IV KN561.  To Military Assistance
Advisory Group Sep 7, 1954.
76846 (MSN 16430/33178) to RAF as Dakota IV KN562.  Crashed during attempted
forced landing 26 mi E of Chittagong Jul 13, 1945 following engine failure.
76847 (MSN 17431/33179) to RAF as Dakota IV KN563.  Missing in heavy cloud
from supply dropping mission over Burma Jun 21, 1945.
76848 (MSN 16432/33180) to US Navy as BuNo 99832.
76850 (MSN 16434/33182) to RAF as Dakota IV KN564.  Transferred to
Royal Rhodesian AF as SR157 Jun 10, 1955.  To Zambia AF in 1964 as AF-104.
76851 (MSN 16435/33183) to RAF as Dakota IV KN565.  SOC Oct 4, 1948
76853 (MSN 16437/33185) to RAF as Dakota IV KN566.  To civil registry as G-AMPO Feb 25, 1952.  
Became LN-RTO, then reverted to G-AMPO.  Placed in storage at Coventry
AP, England by May 1998.  Registration cancelled Oct 18, 2001.  Now on display at 
RAF Lyneham, painted as FZ625.
44-76855 ... 44-77184
Douglas C-47B-35-DK Skytrain
MSN 33187/33516
76860,76869,76874,76884,76895,76900,76909,76919,76924,
76935,76943,76951,76959,76967,76973,76982,76990,76997,
77005,77013,77019,77027,77035 completed as TC-47B-35-DK
76855 (MSN 16439/33187) to RAF as Dakota IV KN567.  SOC Jul 5, 1950.
76856 (c.n 16440/33188) to RAF as Dakota IV KN568.  DBR when swung on
takeoff and undercarriage collapsed, Toungoo Main Jul 5, 1945.
76857 (MSN 16441/33189) to RAF as Dakota IV KN569.  Sold Apr 20, 1953, next VP-TBJ (British West
Indian Airways), chartered to Aden Airways as VR-ABJ, almost
immediately reregistered VR-AAJ, and then returned to
British West Indian Airways and reregistered VP-TBJ, 
next 9Y-TBJ for British West Indian Airlines, next Jun 13, 1967 
registered to Surinaamse Luchtvaart Maatschappij (SLM 
of Surinam) as PZ-TAW. Registration cnx Jun 13, 1970 (another 
source May 1975 when it was broken up.)
76858 (MSN 16442/33190) to RAF as Dakota IV KN570. SOC Jun 5, 1950.
76859 (MSN 16443/33191) to RAF as Dakota IV KN571.  DBR when both engines
failed on approach and undercarriage raised to stop, Bassingbourn
Apr 26, 1946
76862 (MSN 16446/33194) to RAF as Dakota IV KN572.  Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954.  To Lufrtwaffe as 14+07.  Crashed on takeoff at
Landsberg, West Germany Jul 26, 1975.  3 killed.
76864 (MSN 16448/33196) on UK register as G-AMSX with Cambrian Airways, with Guyana Airways Corporation as 8R-GCF
in 1973 and later to VP-LAO in 1974.  to civil registry as N27458.
76867 (MSN 33199) to RAF as KN575 and then to Greek AF as KN575.
76868 (MSN 16452/33200) to VR-HFE.  To HL-07.  To HL-4009
76871 (MSN 16455/33203) to RAF as Dakota IV KN577. Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Oct 14, 1954
76872 (MSN 16456/33204) to RAF as Dakota IV KN578.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76875 (MSN 16459/33207) to RAF as Dakota IV KN579.  Returned to USAAF Sep 17, 1947.
By 1955 was F-BCYM of Air Algerie.
76878 (MSN 16462/33210) to RAF as Dakota IV KN580.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76879 (MSN 16463/33211) to RAF as Dakota IV KN581.  Sold Feb 26, 1952.  
By 1955 was VP-KJS of East African Airways Corp.  Registered to 5X-AAR, VP-YKN, 7Q-YKN, ZS-EYN, converted to
turbo and registered N332RD
76881 (MSN 16465/33213) to RAF as Dakota IV KN582.  Sold Jan 11, 1950,
registered G-ALXM Jan 16, 1950.  Registration cancelled Jul 1, 1960
on sale as PH-MAA
76883 (MSN 16467/33215) to RAF as Dakota IV KN583.  SOC Oct 18, 1948
76884 (MSN 16468/33216) was on display at 101st Airborne Restaurant, Nashville, TN.  This restaurant is now closed.
76885 (MSN 16469/33217) to RAF as Dakota IV KN584.  Missing from Special
Duties mission over Burma Sep 7, 1945.
76887 (MSN 16471/33219) to RAF as Dakota IV KN585.  Crashed 20 mi N of
Bassein, Burma Jul 25, 1946 after port wing failed in bad weather
76888 (MSN 16472/33220) to RAF as Dakota IV KN586.  Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22, 1953.
76889 (MSN 16473/33221) to RAF as Dakota IV KN587.  SOC Jun 22, 1950
76891 (MSN 16475/33223) to RAF as Dakota IV KN588.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
76892 (MSN 16476/33224) to RAF as Dakota IV KN589 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76893 (MSN 16477/33225) to RAF as Dakota IV KN590 May 1945.  Sold Apr 28, 1952.
Had already been registered G-AMSJ Apr 24, 1952.  Carried out trooping
duties using serial XF768. Registration cancelled Nov 23, 1961 on
sale as I-TAVI.  W/o Mar 30, 1963 when hit Monte Vale Rotonote, Italy while operated by Itavia.  11 fatalities.
76894 (MSN 16478/33226) to RAF as Dakota IV KN591 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76895 (MSN 16479/33227) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99839
76896 (MSN 16480/33228) to RAF as KN592 Jun 1945
76897 (MSN 16481/33229) to USSR May 1945
76898 (MSN 16482/33230) to RAF as KN593 Jun 1945.  Crashed in Burma Sep 8, 1945.
76899 (MSN 16483/33231) to USSR May 1945
76900 (MSN 16484/33232) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99840
76901 (MSN 16485/33233) to RAF as KN594 May 1945.  SOC May 30, 1946
76902 (MSN 16486/33234) to USSR May 24, 1945
76903 (MSN 16487/33235) to RAF As KN595 May 1945.
76904 (MSN 16488/33236) to RAF as KN596 May 1945.  By 1955 was F-BAXZ
of Societe Tunisienne de l'Air (Tunis Air).  To TS-AXZ and derelict at Tunis in 1970s.
76905 (MSN 16489/33237) to USSR May 1945
76906 (MSN 16490/33238) to RAF as KN597 May 1945.  To Luftwaffe as GA+1021, later AS+587.
Became N10801.  Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 4) 
and to El Salvador AF as FAES118
76907 (MSN 16491/33239) to RAF as KN598 May 1945.  To Swiftair, Philippines as PI-C488.  To RP-C147.  To RP-C860.
Repaired after damage Jan 14, 1974.  Rebuilt using MSN 19003
76908 (MSN 16492/33240) to USSR May 1945
76909 (MSN 16493/33241) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99841.
76910 (MSN 16494/33242) to RAF as Dakota IV KN599.  SOC May 13, 1950.  
By 1955 was VH-BZC of Ansett Airways Pty.
76911 (MSN 16495/33243) to RAF as Dakota IV KN600.  Returned to USAAF Oct 6, 1948.  To US civil registry as N73857.
To Spanish AF as T.3-53.
76912 (MSN 16496/33244) to RAF as Dakota IV KN601.  To Belgian AF Dec 22,1949 as K40 (callsign
OT-CWS).  Loaned to Belgian Congo Police Force May 1953, returned to BAF.  WFU in 1967
76913 (MSN 16497/33245) to RAF as Dakota IV KN602.  Missing Jun 27, 1945.
Presumably ditched 7 mi SW of Teknaf, Burma
76914 (MSN 16498/33246) to RAF as Dakota IV KN603.  Sold Jul 8, 1948.
Became AP-AFH.
76915 (MSN 16499/33247) to RAF as Dakota IV KN604.  SOC Jul 14, 1950
76916 (MSN 16500/33248) to RAF as Dakota IV KN605 May 1945.  Transferred
to Military Advisory Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.  Converted to Basler BT-67 gunship 
(Basler conversion no 23) and to Colombian AF as FAC 1681.
76917 (MSN 16501/33249) to RAF as Dakota IV KN606.  SOC Feb 12, 1951
76918 (MSN 16502/33250) to RAF as Dakota IV KN607 May 1945.  Transferred
to Military Advistory Assistance Group Jul 13, 1953
76919 (MSN 16503/33251) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99842
76920 (MSN 16504/33252) to RAF as Dakota IV KN608.  Transferred to Military
Advisory Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.
76921 (MSN 15605/33253) to RAF as Dakota IV KN609.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 23, 1947.  To Swedish AF as FV79008, SE-IKL, then N5467Y.
Now N56V registered to A. Erickson of Beaverton, OR.  Also have a reference that
has this plane as going to France as F-BFGC for Aigle-Azur Extreme-Orient, in 1960 to Armee de 
l'Air (France) as #76921, later F-RHRB, then F-RAJH. Scrapped, last with 
Armee de l'Air (France).  Which is correct? N56V supposedly on display at Tilamook, Oregon but MSN 16405/33153
quoted matches 44-76821.
76922 (MSN 16506/33254) to USSR May 1945
76923 (MSN 16507/33255) to RAF as Dakota IV KN610 May 1945.  SOC Oct 19, 1948
76924 (MSN 16508/33256) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99843
76925 (MSN 16509/33257) To RAF as Dakota IV KN611, then to Hunting Aviation as G-ANAS, then 
to Wenela Air Services as ZS-DHY, then to Wenela Rhodesia as VP-YSM, then to
A2-ZEM, then tp Pretoria Air Services of Lanseria, SA as ZS-KIV, then 
to InterOcean Airways C9-ASQ, then back to Pretoria Air Services as ZS-KIV again. Sold 
to Wimbi Dir Airways of the Democratic Republic of Congo as 9Q-CWI January 2003.
W/o Jun 9, 2005 at Kilima Airport in Congo when it ground looped, bounced on
landing tearing off one gear and one engine.
76926 (MSN 16510/33258) to USSR May 1945
76927 (MSN 16511/33259) to RAF as Dakota IV KN612 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
May 27, 1947
76928 (MSN 16512/33260) to RAF as Dakota IV KN613 May 1945.  DBR when bellylanded
Jul 21, 1945 near Toungoo, Burma while lost in bad weather.
76929 (MSN 16513/33261) to RAF as Dakota IV KN614 Jun 1945.  DBR when
swung on takeoff and bellylanded, Kallang Mar 15, 1946
76930 (MSN 16514/33262) to RAF as Dakota IV KN615 Jun 1945.  DBR when
bellylanded 1/2 mile NE of Mingaladon Sep 15, 1946 after both
engines failed.
76931 (MSN 16515/33263) to RAF as Dakota IV KN616 May 1945. Returned
to USAAF Aug 14, 1947
76932 (MSN 16516/33264) to USSR May 1945.
76933 (MSN 16517/33265) to RAF as Dakota IV KN617 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 1, 1948
76934 (MSN 16518/33266) to RAF as Dakota IV KN618 Jun 1945.  SOC Oct 21, 1948.
76935 (MSN 16519/33267) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99844
76936 (MSN 16520/33268) to USSR May 1945
76937 (MSN 16521/33269) to RAF as Dakota IV KN619 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
76938 (MSN 16522/33270) to RAF as Dakota IV KN620 Jun 1945.  To civil registry with Manx Airlines as G-AMZC.
Crashed on ferry flight to Dusseldorf, Germany Dec 22, 1955.  3 crew killed.
76939 (MSN 16523/3327) to USSR Jun 1945
76940 (MSN 16524/33272) to RAF as Dakota IV KN621 Jun 1945. Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76941 (MSN 16525/33273) to RAF as Dakota IV KN622 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Miitary Assistance Advisory Group Apr 5, 1955.
76942 (MSN 16526/33274) to USSR May 1945
76943 (MSN 16527/33275) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99845
76944 (MSN 16528/33276) to RAF as Dakota IV KN623. SOC Jun 5, 1950
76945 (MSN 16529/33277) to RAF as Dakota IV KN624 May 1945.  Sold to Pakistan
AF as H-709 Jul 8, 1948.  Became AP-AFK. By 1954
was YU-ABK of Jugoslovenski Aero-Transport.  W/o Jan 8, 1968 due to engine fire and force landing in Austria.
76946 (MSN 16530/33278) to RAF as Dakota IV KN625 May 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1953.
By 1955 was VP-KJT of East African Airways Corp.  Burned out at Francistown Aug 29, 1963.
76947 (MSN 16531/33279) to RAF as Dakota IV KN626 May 1945. Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76948 (MSN 16532/33280) to USSR May 1945
76949 (MSN 16533/33281) to RAF as Dakota IV KN627 May 1945.  SOC Jul 19, 1950
76950 (MSN 16534/33282) to RAF as Dakota IV KN628 May 1945.  Used as Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery's personal
transport.  To Derby Aviation in May 1954 as G-AOGZ.  Became N4849 in 1969, then F-OGDZ
for use in Guadaloupe for tourist flights.  After 10 years, sold to unknown buyer who
may have used the plane for drug smuggling.  In 1983, converted to Basler BT-67 and fitted
with FLIR and machine guns and to Salvadorian AF as FAES118 for drug interdiction missions.
Another story has it after being bought by Derby Aviation in January 1956, it went to
Strathair who in turn leased it out to Cirrus Aviation and Emerald Air (1965-67), 
Acquired 1966 by Hibernian AW, Ireland.   Next after being sold and registered as F-OGDZ 
for Air Antilles first, then as Air Guadelope (Societe Antilleise de Transports Aeriens/SATA), 
it was broken up in Opa Locka, FL.
76951 (MSN 16535/33283) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99846.
76952 (MSN 16536/33284) to USSR May 1945
76953 (MSN 16537/33285) to RAF as Dakota IV KN629 May 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22,1952, later to NEIAF
76954 (MSN 16538/33286) to RAF as Dakota IV KN630 May 1945.  Flew into hill at
Kampong Jenera, Malaya Aug 25, 1950 when flew into ravine while
target marking and unable to climb out.
76955 (MSN 16539/33287) to RAF as Dakota IV KN639 May 1945.  Relegated to
ground instructional airframe with serial 6729M, presumably
subsequently scrapped
76956 (MSN 16540/33288) to USSR May 1945
76957 (MSN 16541/33289) to RAF as Dakota IV KN632 May 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22, 1952.
76958 (MSN 16542/33290) to RAAF as A65-106 (VH-RFW).  Crashed Jul 31, 1961 shortly after takeoff
from Pearce, WA.
76959 (MSN 16543/33291) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99847. 
76960 (MSN 16544/33292) to RAAF as A65-110 (VH-RGY).  Crashed Jan 25, 1946,
Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines.
76961 (MSN 16545/33293) to USSR May 1945
76962 (MSN 16546/33294) to RAAF as A65-103 (VH-RFT).  To civil registry as
VH-EYC.  To Philippine AF 1973.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C535.  Derelict at Nichols AB Nov 1980.
76963 (MSN 16547/33295) to RAAF as A65-104 (VH-RFU).  Damaged beyond repair
by cyclone Dec 25, 1974.
76964 (MSN 16548/33296) to USSR May 1945
76965 (MSN 16549/33297) to RAAF as A65-108 (VH-RGZ).
76966 (MSN 16550/33298) to USSR May 1945  
76967 (MSN 16551/33299) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99848.
76968 (MSN 16552/33300) to RAAF as A65-105 (VH-RFV).  Still flying in Australia as VH-UPQ
76969 (MSN 16553/33301) to RAAF as A65-109 (VH-RGX).  To civilian registry as VH-MMD, P2-MMD.
76970 (MSN 16554/33302) to RAAF as A65-107 (VH-RFX).  Destroyed by fire Dec 12, 1945, Morotai PNG.
76971 (MSN 16555/33303) to RAAF as A65-112 (VH-RFZ).  Crashed Mar 19, 1957, Dntroon.
76972 (MSN 16556/33304) to RAAF as A65-111 (VH-RFY).  Destroyed by fire Apr 10, 1974.
Nose section was on display at Avalon 1999 and 2001.
76973 (MSN 16557/33305) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99849
76974 (MSN 16558/33306) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jun 7, 1945
76975 (MSN 16559/33307) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jul 1945.  At IDF/AF Museum in derelict condition.
76976 (MSN 16560/33308) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jun 1945.
76977 (MSN 16561/33309) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
76978 (MSN 16562/33310) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force).  While deploying from Parnamirin Field to
Asencion Island, crashed 2 mi SW of Natal, Brazil Jun 8, 1945.  All 5 onboard killed.
76979 (MSN 16563/33311) to USSR May 1945
76980 (MSN 16564/33312) to French AF
76981 (MSN 16565/33313) to RNZAF Jun 1945 as NZ3546.  To ZK-AWQ of
New Zealand National Airways by 1955 at least.  Took up Comoro
Islands registration D6-CAG January 1981 as 'cover identity' 
for sale to SAAF, which it joined with serial 6858 later that 
year.
76982 (MSN 16566/33314) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99850
76983 (MSN 16567/33315) to RNZAF as NZ3544
76984 (MSN 16568/33316) to RNZAF as NZ3545.  By 1954 was ZK-AZL "Kuaka"
of New Zealand National Airways
76985 (MSN 16569/33317) to RAF as Dakota IV KN633 May 1945.  Struck trees
and crashed 6 mi E of Rawang, Malaya Nov 12, 1948 during search
and rescue mission.  3 lost
76986 (MSN 16570/33318) to USSR May 1945
76987 (MSN 16571/33319) to RAF as Dakota IV KN634 May 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 16, 1953.
76988 (MSN 16572/33320) to RAF as Dakota IV KN635 Jun 1945. Swung on
takeoff Oct 22, 1946, Membury, UK and struck Dakota KN406 (44-76498)
76989 (MSN 16573/33321) to RAF as Dakota IV KN636 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.
76990 (MSN 16574/33322) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99851.
76991 (MSN 16575/33323) to RAF as Dakota IV KN637.  To Belgian AF Jan 14, 1950
as K32 (call sign OT-CNS), later to NEIAF X-5.  To Soesterberg Military Aviation 
Museum as X-5 in 2011.
76992 (MSN 16576/33324) to USSR Jun 1945
76993 (MSN 16577/33325) to RAF as Dakota IV KN638 Jun 1945.  Sold
Apr 22, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJU of East African Airways Corp.  To CR-AGU to 5Y-AAF.  W/o Aug 27, 1975
in landing at Mtwara, Tanzania.
76994 (MSN 16578/33326) to RAF as Dakota IV KN639 Jun 1945.  SOC Sep 30, 1950
76995 (MSN 16579/33327) to RAF as Dakota IV KN640 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group May 27, 1953.
76996 (MSN 16580/33328) to RAF as Dakota IV KN641 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 12, 1953.  To Spanish AF as T.3-19
76997 (MSN 16581/33329) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99852
76998 (MSN 16582/33330) to USSR Jun 1945.
76999 (MSN 16583/33331) to RAF as KN642 Jun 1945.  To Irefly-London as G-AMSH.
Allocated serials XF648, then XF667 for trooping contracts.  Sold to BKS
Air Transport LTD May 7, 1952 as G-AMSH named "John Alcock".
Used to fly to THF 1959.  Sold Dec 12, 1966 to Brothers Air Service
of Aden, Yemen, registered as VR-ABE.  To Alyemda as 7O-ABE.  WFU
and stored Sana'a, Yemen.  While with BKS Air Transport as G-AMSH
hit tops of trees on approach to Leeds/Bradford and was fitted
with G-AIWD wings.
77000 (MSN 16584/33332) to RAF as Dakota IV KN643 Jun 6, 1945.  Flew into
box valley in company with Dakota KN644 (44-7002) and crashed into
hill near Myitkyina Mar 29, 1946
77001 (MSN 16585/33333) to USSR Jun 1945
77002 (MSN 16586/33334) to RAF as Dakota IV KN644 Jun 1945.  Flew into
box valley in company with Dakota KN643 (44-7000) and crashed into
hill near Myitkyina Mar 29, 1946
77003 (MSN 16587/33335) to RAF as Dakota IV KN645 May 18, 1945.  Fitted out as VIP aircraft and used
for a time by Lord Montgomery and in 1947 by Lord Wavell.  
From 1946 - 49 KN645 was used as the personal aircraft of the British Military Governors of Germany - MRAF Sir Sholto 
Douglas, later Lord Douglas of Kirtleside and subsequently General Sir Brian Robertson later Lord Robertson of Oakridge. 
Duties at this time included weekly Thursday trips to Berlin for Control Commission of Germany meetings.  Made its
last operational sortie Apr 1, 1970, was last Dakota in service with RAF.  Transferred to RAF Museum, 
Cosford May 1, 1974, painted as KG374, which was Ft Lt David Lord's aircraft, who won a posthumous
Victoria Cross over Arnyem in Sep 1944.  Has the ground instructional serial 8355M.
77004 (MSN 16588/33336) to RAF as Dakota IV KN646 May 1945.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
77005 (MSN 16589/33337) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99853.
77006 (MSN 16590/33338) to RAF as Dakota IV KN647 May 1945.  Flew into high
ground near Nairobi, Keyna Jun 21, 1954 while descending through
cloud at night.  7 lost
77007 (MSN 16591/33339)to USSR Jun 1945
77008 (MSN 16592/33340) to RAF as Dakota IV KN648 May 1945.  Sold Jun 8, 1953.
Registered G-AMZZ same day.  Registration cancelled by CAA
May 26, 1971 as WFU.  Noted derelict at Bahrain Oct 1978
77009 (MSN 16593/33341) to RAF as Dakota IV KN649 May 1945.  Caught fire
in air and dove into ground 5 mi S of Dishforth Aug 27, 1957
77010 (MSN 16594/33342) to USSR Jun 1945
77011 (MSN 16595/33343) to RAF as Dakota IV KN650 May 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Apr 24, 1953.
77012 (MSN 16596/33344) to RAF as Dakota IV KN651 May 1945. Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jun 29, 1955.
77013 (MSN 16597/33345) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99854.
77014 (MSN 16598/33346) to RAF as Dakota IV KN652 May 1945.  Sold Jan 27, 1953.
Registered G-AMYB Jan 29, 1953.  Became SN-AAK, then ST-AAk.
Registration G-AZDF reserved Aug 3, 1971 but NTU.  Reverted to
G-AMYB later same month.  Registration 5N-AJE then reserved
but NTU.  G-AMyb cancelled Jan 4, 1973 on sale as N6CA
77015 (MSN 16599/33347) to USSR Jun 1945
77016 (MSN 16600/33348) to RAF as Dakota IV KN653 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Sep 22, 1948.  Converted to RC-47P then to EC-47P.  Lost to enemy action Mar 16, 1968.
77017 (MSN 16601/33349) to RAF as Dakota IV KN654 May 1945.  SOC Jan 26, 1950
77018 (MSN 16602/33350) to USSR Jun 1945
77019 (MSN 16603/33351) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 as BuNo 99855
77020 (MSN 16604/33352) to RAF as Dakota IV KN655. To RCAF Jun 2, 1946 as 1000.  Renumbered 12965 in 1970.
Became C-GGJH, then C-GSCC, then F-GIAZ, then F-GIDK
77021 (MSN 16605/33353) to RAF as Dakota IV KN656 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Oct 27k 1954.  To civil registry as
PH-MOA.  Crashed Jun 3, 1971 at Southend MAP, UK.  Engine failure
after takeoff forced crew to return to Southend.  Struck a railway
embankment on finals and was DBR.  
77022 (MSN 16606/33354) to USSR Jun 1945
77023 (MSN 16607/33355) to RAF as Dakota IV KN657 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 15, 1953
77024 (MSN 16608/33356) to USSR Jun 1945
77025 (MSN 16609/33357) to RAF as Dakota IV KN658 Jun 1945.  SOC Jan 20, 1951
77026 (MSN 16610/33358) to RAF as Dakota IV KN659 Jun 1945.  W/o Jan 24, 1946 with 
No 10 Sqdn after a forced landing near Baroda, India after the
port engine quit.
77027 (MSN 16611/33359) completed as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99856.
77028 (MSN 16612/33360) to RAF as Dakota IV KN660.  Sold to Greek AF
Jan 12, 1950
77030 (MSN 16614/33362) to RAF as Dakota IV KN661.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952.
77031 (MSN 16615/33363) to RAF as Dakota IV KN662.  Crashlanded 5 mi W of
Trigno Dec 17, 1946 after engine failure.
77032 (MSN 16616/33364) to RAF as Dakota IV KN663 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
77033 (MSN 16617/33365) to RAF as Dakota IV KN664 Jun 1945.  SOC Jul 28, 1950
77034 (MSN 16618/33366) to USSR Jun 1945.
77035 (MSN 16619/33367) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99857
77036 (MSN 16620/33368) to RAF as Dakota IV KN665, later to RCAF.  To Canadian civilian registry as CF-WGN.  
Cancelled Jun 3, 1993.  To N132AL then N32AL and cancelled Oct 20, 2008
77037 (MSN 16621/33369) to RAF as Dakota IV KN666, later to RCAF.  To Indian AF BJ765 in 1962 as BJ765.
77038 (MSN 16622/33370) to USSR Jun 1945.
77039 (MSN 16623/33371) to RAF as Dakota IV KN667 Jun 1945. SOC Oct 4, 1948
77040 (MSN 16624/33372) to RAF as Dakota IV KN668 Jun 1945.  SOC Jun 7, 1950
77041 (MSN 16625/33373) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN669.  Diverted
to South African AF as 6856, no RAF service
77042 (MSN 16626/33374) to USSR Jun 1945.
77043 (MSN 16627/33375) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN670.  Diverted
to South African AF as 6857, no RAF service.  After SAAFZ service, converted to DC-3C-TP and active as N193RD.
77044 (MSN 16628/33376) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN671.  Diverted to
South African AF as 6858, no RAF service  Crashed near Lyttelton, South Africa Feb 26, 1948 and w/o.
77045 (MSN 16629/33377) to USSR Jun 1945
77046 (MSN 16630/33378) to RAF as Dakota IV KN672.  To Greek AF Jul 23, 1949.
77047 (MSN 16631/33379) to RAF as Dakota IV KN673.  To civil registry as G-AMSN Apr 28, 1952,
and later became N3455, SU-BFZ, EI-BSI, G-AMSN (again) and N3455 (again), 
in that order! Restored as G-AMSN and in 1997 was stored at North 
Weald, England.  Fuselage was acquired in 2004 by Acebell Aviation of Redhill,
England.  Nose is to be restored for a collector, rest of fuselage may be put up
for auction.   Fusselage in USAAF colors as 224319 arrived on Feb 17, 2015 for display at the
Dead Man's Corner Museum, Saint-Come-du-Mont, France
77048 (MSN 16632/33380) to USSR Jun 1945
77049 (MSN 16633/33381) to RAF as Dakota IV KN674.  Returned to USAAF
Jul 9, 1948.  To French AF via MDAP
77050 (MSN 16634/33382) to RAF as Dakota IV KN675.  SOC Mar 16, 1950
77051 (MSN 16635/33383) to USSR Jun 1945
77052 (MSN 16636/33384) to RAF as Dakota IV KN676.  To RCAF Apr 8, 1946 
as KN676, then to Indian AF as BJ766 in 1962.
77053 (MSN 16637/33385) to RAF as Dakota IV KN677.  SOC Jan 18, 1950. 
77054 (MSN 16638/33386) to RAF as Dakota IV KN678 Jun 1945.  W/o with 10 Sqdn RAF
Oct 24, 1945 at Arkonam, India when it swung on takeoff into ditch and caught fire.
77055 (MSN 16639/33387) to USSR Jun 1945
77056 (MSN 16640/33388) to RAF as Dakota IV KN679.  SOC Jul 10, 1950
77057 (MSN 16641/33389) to RAF as Dakota IV KN680.  SOC Jun 2, 1950
77058 (MSN 16642/33390) to RAF as Dakota IV KN681.  Civilianized as G-AMVC.   Carried
out trooping work using termporary RAF serial XF645.  Crashed on Coglin Fell, UK
Oct 17, 1961 while operated by BKS Air Transport.  All four on board killed.
77059 (MSN 16643/33391) to USSR Jun 1945
77060 (MSN 16644/33392) to RAF as Dakota IV KN682 Jun 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMNL but operated
on military charters with temporary trooping serial XF767.  Registration G-AMNL
cancelled Nov 23, 1961.  Later I-TAVO, CX-BDB.
Preserved Museu Aeronautica El Cid, Montevideo, Uruguay.
77061 (MSN 16645/33393) to RAF as Dakota IV KN683 Jun 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Nov 8, 1946.  To Swissair as HB-IRN.  Now in Swiss 
Transport Museum at Lucerne.
77062 (MSN 16646/33394) to RAF as Dakota IV KN684 Jun 1945.  SOC Oct 20, 1948
77063 (MSN 16647/33395) to USSR Jun 1945
77064 (MSN 16648/33396) to RAF as Dakota IV KN685 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
77065 (MSN 16649/33397) to RAF as Dakota IV KN686 Jun 1945.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
77066 (MSN 16650/33398) to USSR Jun 1945
77067 (MSN 16651/33399) to RAF as Dakota IV KN687 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
77068 (MSN 16652/33400) to RAF as KN688 Jun 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950
77069 (MSN 16653/33401) to RAF as KN689 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Dec 29, 1949 as  K37
(call sign OT-CWP) then to French AF
77070 (MSN 16654/33402) to USSR Jun 1945.
77071 (MSN 16655/33403) to RAF as Dakota IV KN690 Jun 1945.  
To Belgian AF Feb 28, 1950 as K33 (call sign OT-CNT) then back to USAF
77072 (MSN 16656/33404) to RAF as Dakota IV KN691 Jul 1945.  Assigned to 10 Squadron in UK, later to SE Asia.
Returned to UK in 1947 at stored at 22 MU Jan 5, 1948.  Transferred to Royal Hellenic AF Aug 31, 1949
Data plate and RHAF serial "exchanged" with 4349599 at Athens ca 1955.  Stored Jul 1980 at Sedes AB,
Sold for scrap Sep 1991.
77073 (MSN 16657/33405) to USSR Jun 1945
77074 (MSN 16658/33406) to RAF as Dakota IV KN692 Jun 1945. SOC Aug 31, 1949
77075 (MSN 16659/33407) to RAF as Dakota IV KN693 Jun 1945.  SOC Aug 18, 1949
77076 (MSN 16660/33408) to RAF as Dakota IV KN694 Jun 1945.  Sold Oct 10, 1952.
RAF card says that it became G-AMNL but G-AMNL was KN682/44-77060.
77077 (MSN 16661/33409) to USSR Jun 1945
77078 (MSN 16662/33410) to RAF as Dakota IV KN695 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Royal Rhodesian AF as SR153 Sep 7, 1954
77079 (MSN 16663/33411) to RAF as Dakota IV KN696 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952.  Served with Royal Dutch
AF from May 4, 1954 to Jan 24, 1961 as X-17, later recoded ZU-17. Returned to USA.
77080 (MSN 16664/33412) to RAF as Dakota IV KN697 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 9, 1950
77081 (MSN 16665/33413) to USSR Jun 1945
77082 (MSN 16666/33414) To RAF as Dakota IV KN698 Jun 1945.  Crashed Oct 9, 1945 
on night takeoff from El Adem, Libya
77083 (MSN 16667/33415) to RAF as Dakota IV KN699 Jun 1945.  Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952
77084 (MSN 16668/33416) to RAF as Dakota IV KN700 Jun 1945.  To G-AMZG for Jersey
Airlines.  Carried out trooping work using temporary RAF serial XF748.
Then Tran Air, then West African, Registration G-AMZG cancelled
Jun 4, 1966 on sale to Flugsyn and registered as TF-AIO.  
W/o when crashed in poor weather near Vestmannaeyjar,
Iceland May 3, 1967.  3 crew killed.
77085 (MSN 16669/33417) to USSR Jun 1945
77086 (MSN 16670/33418) to RAF as Dakota IV KN701 Jun 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952,
registred G-AMRB Mar 8, 1952.  Crashed near Largs Mar 28, 1956
77087 (MSN 16671/33419) to RAF as Dakota IV KP208 Jun 6, 1945. Initially based in Canada at RAF Montreal. 
Assigned 24 Squadron Jan 31, 1946.  Assigned to Transport Command Development Unit [TCDU] Feb 19, 1947.
Assigned 24 Squadron Nov 26, 1947.  Assigned 12MU for storage May 6, 1949.
Assigned HQ Coastal Command Comm Flt Feb 4, 1953.  Assigned CG Comm Flt Apr 18, 1956.
Assigned 22MU for storage Feb 18, 1958.  Assigned RAF Northolt Apr 26, 1962
Assigned Air Adviser, New Delhi, India Aug 11, 1964.  Assigned Air Force Near East May 20, 1966.
Assigned 5MU for storage Sep 1, 1967.  Last operational C-47 Dakota used by the Royal Air Force. Last flight 
May 18, 1970, landing at RAF Odiham, England.   To Airborne Forces Museum, Parachute Regiment, Aldershot Jun 27, 1970. 
Preserved and placed on display as gate guard. The museum closed 2007.
Painted to represent KG374 [42-92568] which flew with 271 Squadron. Flt Lt David Lord was awarded a posthumous 
Victoria Cross [VC] for his actions flying in KG374 during the Battle of Arnhem in The Netherlands.
To RAF St Athan, Wales for wing repairs. To North Weald, England by 2009 for repainting.
To 16 Assault Brigade, Merville Barracks, Colchester, England. Preserved and placed on display as gate guard.
77088 (MSN 16672/33420) to USSR Jun 1945
77089 (MSN 16673/33421) to RAF as Dakota IV KP209 Jun 1945.  SOC May 22, 1953
77090 (MSN 16674/33422) to RAF as Dakota IV KP210 Jun 1945.  SOC Nov 23, 1950
77091 (MSN 16675/33423) to RAF as Dakota IV KP211 Jun 1945.  Registered G-ALVZ
Nov 9, 1949.  To Malayan Airways Ltd as VR-SDD, then reverted
to G-ALVZ.  WFU Apr 18, 1970 and broken up at Bahrein.
77092 (MSN 16676/33424) to USSR Jun 1945
77093 (MSN 16677/33425) to RAF as Dakota IV KP212 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Feb 4, 1947
77094 (MSN 16678/33426) to RAF as Dakota IV KP213 Jun 1945.  Returned
to USAAF May 27, 1948
77095 (MSN 16679/33427) to USSR Jun 1945
77096 (MSN 16680/33428) to RAF as Dakota IV KP214 Jul 1945.  SOC
Jun 12, 1950
77097 (MSN 16681/33429) to RAF as Dakota IV KP215 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 13, 1954
77098 (MSN 16682/33430) to RAF as Dakota IV KP216 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
RCAF for use as ground instructional airframe with serial A7931.  To Canadair as
CF-DXT, then to Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-ADG, hit a truck when
it was landing in Puerot Deseado, Santo Cruz, AR.  Although
the plane made a goaround and went to Comodoro Rivadavia, AR with
an engine on fire.   Reregistered as LQ-ADG and assigned to
the Provincia de Aeronautica Formosa.  Next, the plane was bought 
in 1962 to replace the old de Havilland Dove doves in service with the 
Prefectura Naval Argentina (PNA) and became PM-15 for the
Servicio de Aviacion.  WFU.
77099 (MSN 16683/33431) to RAF as Dakota IV KP217 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 7, 1954
77100 (MSN 16684/33432) to USSR Jun 1945
77101 (MSN 16685/33433) to RAF as Dakota IV KP218 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Feb 14, 1950 as K35
(call sign OT-CWN) then to French AF then to French Navy 701
77102 (MSN 16686/33434) to RAF as Dakota IV KP219 Jun 1945.  W/o Feb 7, 1946
with 77 Sqdn RAF after an engine failure caused forced landing 
near Dharro Naro, India and aircraft hit bank.
77103 (MSN 16687/33435) to USSR Jun 1945
77104 (MSN 16688/33436) to RAF as Dakota IV KP220 Jun 1945.  Civilianised as G-ANAF Jun 17, 1953
Sold to USA Apr 29, 1987 as N170GP, then reverted to G-ANAF.  Used for
radar trials with Thales with large radome under nose.  Still current
on UK registry as of Jul 9, 2008.
77105 (MSN 16689/33437) to RAF as Dakota IV KP221.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946
as KP221.  Renumbered 12904 in 1970.
77106 (MSN 16690/33438) to RAF as Dakota IV KP222.  DBR when swung on
takeoff and wing struck ground and undercarriage was torn off,
Buckeburg Jan 22, 1947.
77107 (MSN 16691/33439) to USSR Jun 1945
77108 (MSN 16692/33440) to RAF as Dakota IV KP223.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire after striking trees during BABS approach to Gatow Nov 17, 1948
77109 (MSN 16693/33441) to RAF as Dakota IV KP224.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946.
Renumbered 12905 in 1970.  To civil registry as C-GSCB.  Later 
became N346AB.  Currently being restored to airworthy condition.
77110 (MSN 16694/33442) to USSR Jun 1945
77111 (MSN 16695/33443) to RAF as Dakota IV KP225.  Returned to USAAF Apr 24, 1947
77112 (MSN 16696/33444) to RAF as Dakota IV KP226.   Sold Oct 1, 1953, had already
been registered G-ANEG Sep 28, 1953.  G-ANEG cancelled Fer, 1965 on sale to Lebanon.  Returned to
G-ANEG Jul 13, 1966.  Appears to have been many attempts to sell the aircraft, as registrations OD-AEP, 5B-CAY, N26AA, 
9M-AUJ, and N99886 were reserved but NTU.  Registration G-ANEG cancelled Dec 1982.  Aircraft was derelict at Bahrain, still
as G-ANEG in 1982.
77113 (MSN 16697/33445) to RAF as Dakota IV KP227.  To RCAF Apr 11, 1946.  
Renumbered 12906.  Becam N99665, then to civilian market in 
Sweden as 9Q-CUK, then ES-AKE.  Registration 9Q-CUK reserved again
in 2007.
77114 (MSN 16698/33446) to USSR Jun 1945
77115 (MSN 16699/33447) to RAF as Dakota IV KP228.  Sold Jan 12, 1950.
Registered G-ALXO Jan 19, 1950.  Registration cancelled Apr 18, 1950
on sale as EI-AFL.  Crashed into Mt Snowdon Jan 10, 1952.
77116 (MSN 16700/33448) to RAF as Dakota IV KP229 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Feb 28, 1950
as K36 (call sign OT-CWO) then French Navy as 716.  Preserved as 716 in Musee de Tradition de l'Aeronautique Navale
at Rochefort-Soubise
77117 (MSN 16701/33449) to RAF as Dakota IV KP230 Jun 1945.  DBR when overshot landing
and ran into hole, Koepang, Timor Jan 18, 1947
77118 (MSN 16702/33450) to USSR Jun 1945
77119 (MSN 16703/33451) to RAF as Dakota IV KP231 Jun 1945.  Relegated to
ground instructional airframe with serial 6731M Jan 24, 1950.
Presumably subsequently scrapped.
77120 (MSN 16704/33452) to RAAF as A65-121 (VH-RGI).  To Indonesia as P-505 in 1970.
77121 (MSN 16705/33453) to RAAF as A65-116 (VH-RGD).  Crashed Nov 5, 1950, Schofields, NSW.
77122 (MSN 16706/33454) to USSR Jun 1945
77123 (MSN 16707/33455) to RAAF as A65-122 (VH-RGJ) July 1945.  To Papua New Guinea DF
Dec 1980 as non-flying ground instructional airframe.
77124 (MSN 16708/33456) to RAAF as A65-117 (VH-RGE).  To civilian registry as N16894,
then PK-JDA, then PK-EHD. 
77125 (MSN 16709/33457) to RAAF as A65-118 (VH-RGF).  To civilian registry as N16895.
77126 (MSN 16710/33458) to USSR Jun 1945
77127 (MSN 16711/33459) to RAAF as A65-113 (VH-RGA).  Crashed Feb 28, 1952, Botany Bay NSW.
77128 (MSN 16712/33460) to RAAF as A65-114 (VH-RGB).  Crashed after engine failure on
takeoff.  On static display at South Australian Aviation Museum, Port Adelaide.
77129 (MSN 16713/33461) to RAAF as A65-120 (VH-RGH).  Crashed Jun 7, 1954 into sea off Japan.
77130 (MSN 16714/33462) to USSR Jun 1945
77131 (MSN 16715/33463) to RAAF as A65-119 (VH-RGG).  To civilian registry as N16896.
To Laos in 1971.
77132 (MSN 16716/33464) to RAAF as A65-115 (VH-RGC).  Crashed into sea off Darwin, NT Oct 1, 1946. 
77133 (MSN 16717/33465) to USSR Jun 1945
77134 (MSN 16718/33466) to RCAF as Dakota IVM 989.  To Indian AF in 1963 as BJ913.
77135 (MSN 16719/33467) to RCAF as Kakota IVM 990.  Renumbered 12962 in 1970.  To civil registry
as N99663 Aug 1967.  Crashed Oct 30, 1979 in Alaska
77136 (MSN 16720/33468)
77137 (MSN 16721/33469) to USSR Jun 1945
77138 (MSN 16722/33470) w/o Jan 11, 1946 in crash 3 mi SW of San Jose, Philippines
77139 (MSN 16723/33471) w/o Jul 16, 1946 when landed on fire Saishu Isle, South Korea.
77140 (MSN 16724/33472) to USSR Jul 1945
77141 (MSN 16725/33473) to Philippine AF.
77142 (MSN 16726/33474)
77143 (MSN 16727/33475) to NEIAF as DT-949, callsign VH-REC.
77144 (MSN 16728/33476) to USSR Jun 1945
77145 (MSN 16729/33477) to NEIAF as DT-950, callsign VH-RED.  To AURI as T-450
77146 (MSN 16730/33478) to RNZAF as NZ3547 Jul 1945.  By 1954 was
ZK-AZM "Korokoro" of New Zealand National Airways.  To D6-CAD, to SAAF as 6865 (2), to N8190X.
Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
Conveted to DC-3C-TP and active as N8190X
77147 (MSN 16731/33479) to USSR Jun 1945
77148 (MSN 16732/33480) to RNZAF as NZ3548 Jul 1945.  By 1954 was
ZK-AWO of New Zealand National Airways
77149 (MSN 16733/33481) to RNZAF as NZ3550 Jul 1945.
77150 (MSN 16734/33482) to RNZAF NZ3549 Jul 1945
77151 (MSN 16735/33483) to USSR Jun 1945
77152 (MSN 16736/33484) to Cambodia AF Jan 15, 1971. Escaped
to Thailand Apr 1975. To Thai AF as L2-44/18 Nov 14 1975.   WFU Feb 27, 1984 
SOC Feb 27, 1984.  Preserved at Phitsanulok
77153 (MSN 16737/33485) 
77154 (MSN 16738/33486)
77155 (MSN 16739/33487) to Philippine AF
77156 (MSN 16740/33488) w/o Nov 22, 1946 in crash landing Omaha Beach, Tokyo
77157 (MSN 16741/33489) DBR in takeoff accident at Nichols Field, Philippines
May 7, 1946.
77158 (MSN 16742/33490)
77159 (MSN 16743/33491)
77160 (MSN 16744/33492) 
77161 (MSN 16745/33493) to USSR Jul 1945
77162 (MSN 16746/33494) 
77163 (MSN 16747/33495) met with some sort of accident in Philippines
Oct 5, 1945
77164 (MSN 17648/33496) to Ecuadorian AF as 77164/HC-AUT
77165 (MSN 16749/33497) to USSR Jul 1945
77166 (MSN 16750/33498)
77167 (MSN 16751/33499) to Guatemala AF Jun 1969 as 555.  Initially
stored Mar 2002.  Converted to Basler BT-67 with turboprop power (Basler
conversion No. 20) and now with Guatemala AF as TG-FAG-5
77168 (MSN 16752/33500) to USSR Jun 1945
77169 (MSN 16753/33501) to USSR Jul 1945.  By 1954 was ZK-AZN "Kokomuka"
of New Zealand Natinal Airways, so did it go to Russia?
77170 (MSN 16754/33502) to USSR Jul 1945
77171 (MSN 16755/33503) to USSR Jul 1945
77172 (MSN 16756/33504) to USSR Jul 1945
77173 (MSN 16757/33505) to USSR Jul 1945
77174 (MSN 16758/33506) to USSR Jul 1945
77175 (MSN 16759/33507) to USSR Jul 1945
77176 (MSN 16760/33508) to USSR Jul 1945
77177 (MSN 16761/33509) to USSR Jul 1945
77178 (MSN 16762/33510) to USSR Jun 1945
77179 (MSN 16763/33511) to USSR Jul 1945
77180 (MSN 16764/33512) to USSR Jul 1945
77181 (MSN 16765/33513) to USSR Jul 1945
77182 (MSN 16766/33514) to USSR Jul 1945
77183 (MSN 16767/33515) to USSR Jul 1945
77184 (MSN 16768/33515) to USSR Jul 1945.
44-77185 ... 44-77294
Douglas C-47B-40-DK Skytrain
77185 (MSN 16769/33517) to RAF as Dakota IV KP232 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Pakistan AF.  Became AP-AFL, then 
registered G-ANLZ Jan 11, 1954.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 1954 on sale to Union of Burma Airways as XY-ADB.  
To Pakistan AF as H-704.  W/o at Loikaw Mar 19, 1957
77186 (MSN 16770/33518) to RAF as Dakota IV KP233 Jun 1945.  Sold Mar 29, 1951, became VP-BAU
77187 (MSN 16771/33519) to RAF as Dakota IV KP234 Jun 1945.  Transferred to Greek AF Jul 20, 1949
77188 (MSN 16772/33520) to RAF as Dakota IV KP235 Jun 1945.  Stalled and
crashed while taking off in misty conditions, Istres Sep 5, 1945.
77189 (MSN 16773/33521) to RAF as KP236 Jun 1945.  W/o with 76 Sqdn 
Jan 28, 1946 at Poona, India when caught fire on ground and burnt out.
77190 (MSN 16774/33522) to USSR Jul 1945
77191 (MSN 16775/33523) to USSR Jun 1945
77192 (MSN 16776/33524) to USSR Jun 1945
77193 (MSN 16777/33525) to USSR Jul 1945
77194 (MSN 16778/33526) to USSR Jul 1945
77195 (MSN 16779/33527) to USSR Jul 1945
77196 (MSN 16780/33528) to USSR Jul 1945
77197 (MSN 16781/33529) to USSR Jul 1945
77198 (MSN 16782/33530) to USSR Jul 1945
77199 (MSN 16783/33531) to USSR Jul 1945
77200 (MSN 16784/33532) assigned 1604th Air Base Wing, Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1956-58.
to Portuguese AF in 1970 as FAP 6171.  Ferried by VisionAir
to Sweden under registration N9983Q Jul 16, 1976 for Stiftelse for Flyghjal,
then registered as SE-GUL used in movie "A Bridge Too Far".  To RRC Air Service
(Ethiopian Relief and Rehabilitation Commission - RRC).  AS ET-AHS, parted out,
now derelict at Addis Ababa-BoleAirport
77201 (MSN 16785/33533) to Philippine AF
77202 (MSN 16786/33534) missing over Philippines Jul 18, 1946 
77203 (MSN 16787/33535)
77204 (MSN 16788/33536) converted to VC-47D.  To civil registry as N49249
77205 (MSN 16789/33537) w/o Feb 9, 1947 in landing at Manila-Nichols AB, Philippines
77206 (MSN 16790/33538) to FAMA as LV-ACG.  To T-19 with Argentine AF Jan 10, 1947.  W/o when collided
with terrain during a steep turn at low altituge following night time takeoff from Trelew
Airport, Argentina Aug 12, 1958, 12 killed.
77207 (MSN 16791/33539) to RAF as Dakota IV KP237 Jun 1945.  W/o Jul 8, 1946 with 76 Sqdn
when bogged down in the sand on a beach strip in India.
77208 (MSN 16792/33540) to RAF as Dakota IV KP238 Jun 1945.  SOC Sep 5,1950.
Rebuilt as CF-GBI.  To RCAF as 10915.  Renumbered 12969 in 1970.  
77209 (MSN 16793/33541) to RAF as Dakota IV KP239 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Jan 30, 1947
77210 (MSN 16794/33542) to RAF as Dakota IV KP240 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  Became N29DR and converted to 
Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 13), at which point MSN appears to have 
been changed to 33568. To Guatemalan AF as TG-FAG-590.
77211 (MSN 16795/33543) to RAF as Dakota IV KP241 Jun 1945.  Crashed on
overshoot and destroyed by fire, Stoney Cross Apr 3,1946.
77212 (MSN 16796/33544) to RAF as Dakota IV KP242 Jul 1945.  SOC Jun 13, 1950
77213 (MSN 16797/33545) to RAF as Dakota IV KP243 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
77214 (MSN 16798/33546) to RAF as Dakota IV KP244 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1948.
Converted to VC-47D.  o MASDC on July 1, 1971 and to El Salvador in 1974 as 110 and noted as instructional
airframe at Ilopango in November 2007.
77215 (MSN 16799/33547) to RAF as Dakota IV KP245 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Royal Rhodesian AF as SR154 Jun 16,1955.  To Zambia AF as AF-102.  Crashed at Londozi, Zambia Aug 8, 1964.
77216 (MSN 16800/33548) to RAF as Dakota IV KP246 Jun 1945.  Sold Apr 23, 1952.
Registered G-AMSU May 16, 1952.  WFU at Lasham Feb 6, 1969 and
scrapped.
77217 (MSN 16801/33549) to RAF as Dakota IV KP247 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Dec 11, 1946
77218 (MSN 16802/33550) to RAF as Dakota IV KP248 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 3, 1954
77219 (MSN 16803/33551) to RAF as Dakota IV KP249 Jun 1945.  SOC Jul 28, 1947
77220 (MSN 16804/33552) to RAF as Dakota IV KP250 Jul 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Nov 24, 1954.  To GA+111, AS+586, GR+11-, XA+116, 14+11, N90904,
SAAF 6890, N149RD.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop
conversion.
77221 (MSN 16805/33553) to RAF as Dakota IV KP251 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 25, 1954
77222 (MSN 16806/33554) to RAF as Dakota IV KP252 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Sep 22, 1948. To Spanish AF as T.3-24.
77223 (MSN 16807/33555) to RAF as Dakota IV KP253 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Greek AF Jul 18, 1949
77224 (MSN 16808/33556) to RAF as Dakota IV KP254 Jun 1945.  Registered G-AMJY Jun 2, 1951.
Became 4R-ACI Nov 1959.  Reported 2005 in Sri Lanka AF Museum, painted as CR-822
77225 (MSN 16809/33557) to RAF as Dakota IV KP255 Jun 1945, then to Greek AF as KP255.
77226 (MSN 16810/33558) to RAF as Dakota IV KP256 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF 
Sep 22, 1948.  Struck off USAF charge on December 12, 1973 and to N87805.
77227 (MSN 16811/33559) to RAF as Dakota IV KP257 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
77228 (MSN 16812/33560) to RAF as Dakota IV KP258 Jun 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Assistance Advisory Group Nov 15, 1954.
77229 (MSN 16813/33561) to RAF as Dakota IV KP259 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  By 1955 was AP-ACZ of Pakistan International Airlines
77230 (MSN 16814/33562) to RAF as Dakota IV KP260 Jun 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1947.
77231 (MSN 16815/33563) to RAF as Dakota IV KP261 Jun 1945.  W/o Jun 6, 1946 with 76 Sqdn
when hangar collapsed in a storm at Palem, India
77232 (MSN 16816/33564) to RAF as Dakota IV KP262 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
77233 (MSN 16817/33565) to RAF as Dakota IV KP263 Jul 1945.  SOC Jan 17, 1950
77234 (MSN 16818/33566) to RAF as Dakota IV KP264 Jun 1945.  W/o Jun 26, 1946 with 77 Sqdn
when crashed after striking trees while overflying DZ during supply drop
near Rawalpindi, India.
77235 (MSN 16819/33567) to RAF as Dakota IV KP265 Jul 1945.  Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Sep 17, 1954.
77235 (MSN 16819/33567) to RAF as Dakota IV KP265 Jul 1945.  Returned to USAF.  
Became N146Z and converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 7). 
To US Forest Service as N115Z
77236 (MSN 16820/33499) to RAF as Dakota IV KP266 Jun 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMSO, VP-KKH.
Converted to turboprop power and now with Guatemalan AF as TG-FAG-2
77237 (MSN 16821/33569) to RAF as Dakota IV KP267 Jun 1945.  Sold Apr 9, 1953, 
registered G-AMZA Apr 16, 1953 but never converted for civilian use and
broken up for spares at Croydon Jul 10, 1953
77238 (MSN 16822/33570) to RAF as Dakota IV KP268 Jul 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
77239 (MSN 16823/33571) to RAF as Dakota IV KP269 Jun 1945.  Sold for spares 
Apr 9, 1951.  To civil registry as G-AMYZ but never converted for civilian
use and was broken up for spares at Croydon Jul 20, 1953.  N67674 has been quoted 
with MSN 33571, but may be a fictitious MSN
77240 (MSN 16824/33572) to RAF as Dakota IV KP270 Jun 1945.  Mussing from supply dropping
mission, Mar 29, 1946, Bina, Burma.
Aircraft with this MSN listed on civil registry as N4730V, but may be a fictitious MSN 
77241 (MSN 16825/33573) to RAF as Dakota IV KP271.  Crashed May 4, 1946 in India after engine problems
and forced landing at airstrip at Alwar, India which was too short and 
aircraft overshot and was badly damaged.  Aircraft with MSN 33573
also listed as N7431V, to Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AOB, 
to Transportes Aereos Nacional (Nacional) as PP-AKB, to Brazilian AF as FAB 2074.
WFU 1965, last seen stored in 1985.
77242 (MSN 16826/33574) to RAF as Dakota IV KP272 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 21, 1950
77243 (MSN 16827/33575) to RAF as Dakota IV KP273 Jun 1945.  SOC Jul 5, 1950
77244 (MSN 16828/33576) to RAF as Dakota IV KP274.  SOC Jul 5, 1950
77245 (MSN 16829/33577) to RAF as Dakota IV KP275.  SOC Jun 22, 1950
77246 (MSN 16830/33578) to RAF as Dakota IV KP276 Jul 1945.  DBR when struck while parked
by Dakota KJ810 (ex 43-4833) at North Luffenham May 23, 1949
77247 (MSN 16831/33579) to RAF as Dakota IV KP277 Jul 1945.  Sold Nov 13, 1962.
Became PI-C481
77248 (MSN 16832/33580) to RAF as Dakota IV KP278 Jul 1945.  Strafed by Spitfires of
Egyptian AF and destroyed by fire, Ramat David May 22, 1948
77249 (MSN 16833/33581) to RAF as Dakota IV KP279 Jul 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMNV Jan 16, 1952, then it became
EC-ATM, then G-AMNV again, then SE-EDI, then G-AMNV yet again,then
6V-AAM or 6V-AAW, then G-AMNV for a fourth time.  This registration
was finaly cancelled Nov 11, 1965 on sale as VQ-ZEA.  Then became ZS-NPI,
then ZS-ASN, then A2-HDL, then ZS-ASN yetagain then PR-MGF, then ZS-ASN
a fourth time. Registration PR-MSY reserved early 2007.  ZS-ASN reserved yet
again Feb 15, 2008.  Converted by Basler at some point
to BT-67 turboprop variant (conversion no. 11).  
77250 (MSN 16834/33582) converted to VC-47D
77251 (MSN 16835/33583) w/o Jun 4, 1946 in crash 5 mi W of Isabela, Puerto Rico
77252 (MSN 16836/33584) w/o Nov 5, 1947 Adak, Alaska
77253 (MSN 16837/33585) converted to C-47D
77254 (MSN 16838/33586) converted to VC-47D.  Converted to RC-47P and then to EC-47P.  To reclamation, cannibalization,
salvage, or survey Aug 5, 1975.
77255 (MSN 16839/33587) 
77256 (MSN 16840/33588) w/o Mar 20, 1946 in ground accident at Kimpo AB, South Korea
77257 (MSN 16841/33589)
77258 (MSN 16842/33590) to Colombia Jan 1946
77259 (MSN 16843/33591) converted to C-47D
77260 (MSN 16844/33592) crashed 3 mi E of Fairfield-Suison AFB, CA
Dec 16, 1948 while attempting landing in poor visibility.  All
3 crew killed. 
77261 (MSN 16845/33593, 274th TCW, 21st TCS) lost on leaflet dropping mission along Seoul-
Wonsan Highway Apr 30, 1951.
77262 (MSN 16846/33594) 
77263 (MSN 16847/33595) converted to AC-47D
77264 (MSN 16848/33596) converted to VC-47D
77265 (MSN 16849/33597) delivered to USAAF. Assigned to 4FrG at Memphis Municipal Apt., TN. While parked at Biggs Field, Texas was DBR when a 
C-45F (44-47426) on take-off crashed into it on  Oct 25, 1946. 
77266 (MSN 16850/33598) to Airline Transport Carriers as NC36480.  
Crashed in Diablo Canyon, CA Jan 28, 1948 in flight from Oakland IAP,CA
to Imperial County Airport, CA carrying Mexican deportees.  No. 1
engine caught fire and left wing fell off.  3 crew and 29
passengers killed.
77267 (MSN 16851/33599) converted to VC-47D
77268 (MSN 16852/33600) converted to VC-47D
77269 (MSN 16853/33601) 
77270 (MSN 16854/33602) converted to VC-47D
77271 (MSN 16855/33603) 
77272 (MSN 16856/33604) to civil registry as N73855, then T3-40 with Spanish AF, then back to 
civilian registry as G-BFPW, then N3753N.
77273 (MSN 16857/33605) 
77274 (MSN 16858/33606)
77275 (MSN 16859/33607) converted to C-47D.   Struck off USAF charge on July 10, 1968.
77276 (MSN 16860/33608) delivered to USAAF assigned to 6WS/8WG at Albrook Field, CZ, on Sep 19, 1947 damaged in a ground collision. 
This C-47 was put on storage as CB310 at Davis Monthan AFB on Jul 7, 1969 until it was bought by the Colombian Air Force in April 1976 
under MAP. To Columbia's government owned airline Servicio Aéreo a Territorios Nacionales (SATENA) registered FAC-1126. 
W/o (DBR) when it crashed May 3, 1983 in an accident at Palmaseca Airport, Cali, Columbia.
77277 (MSN 16861/33609) to civil registry as G-APPJ, then Ghana civil registry as 9G-AAC, then to Nigerian civil 
registry as 5N-ATB.
77278 (MSN 16862/33610) converted to VC-47D.  To Spanish civil registry as EC-ARV with Subsecretaria de Aviacion Civil
Oct 21, 1963.  Scrapped Madrid 1980.
77279 (MSN 16863/33611)
77280 (MSN 16864/33612) converted to SC-47D.  To civil registry as N87636, N12155, TI-1042C,
HP-393, N87636, XW-TDC.  W/o Jul 23, 1970 in landing at Long Cheng, operated by Xieng Khouang A.T.
77281 (MSN 16865/33613) to civil registry as NC63288, then N97H
77282 (MSN 16866/33614) 
77283 (MSN 16867/33615) converted to C-47D.  To Vietnam AF.  To Cambodian AF May 11, 1973.  W/o May 1974 in Cambodia.
77284 (MSN 16868/33616) converted to VC-47D
77285 (MSN 16869/33617)
77286 (MSN 16870/33618)
77287 (MSN 16871/33619) converted to C-47D
77288 (MSN 16872/33620) converted to C-47D
77289 (MSN 16873/33621) 
77290 (MSN 16874/33622) converted to AC-47.  Converted to EC-47D.  Probably MAP delivery to Imperial Iranian AF in 1964.
77291 (MSN 16875/33623) 
77292 (MSN 16876/33624) converted to C-47D.  Mar 28, 1950 Stephenville-Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland
Ground-looped during a landing accident. Written off (damaged beyond repair) 
77293 (MSN 16877/33625) converted to VC-47D
77294 (MSN 16878/33626) 
45-876 ... 45-1048
Douglas C-47B-45-DK Skytrain
876 (MSN 16879/34134)
877 (MSN 16880/34135) to OB-M-632
878 (MSN 16881/34137) to 5878 of Corps d'Aviation de l'Armee d'Haiti, leased to
Compagnie Haitienme de Transports Aeriens.  Destroyed March 31, 1959 
Port-Au-Prince, Bowen Field, Haiti
879 (MSN 16882/34138) w/o Nov 21,1 955, Akranes, Iceland
880 (MSN 16883/34139) to Spanish AF as T.3-10
881 (MSN 16884/34140) damaged Oct 25, 1951 at Andrews AFB, Maryland
882 (MSN 16885/34141) went to Thai AF.  Went to Basler for conversion.  It is believed that
MSN 20082 ex N6898D was used for the conversion and the original aircraft was
dumped at Oshkosh.
883 (MSN 16886/34142) bailed from the USAF to Air America December 03, 1964 as 0-50883. 
Numerous accidents and incidents all repaired prior being returned to the USAF. Next 
to the Royal Thai Air Force as 45-0883 in November 1972.  Recently seen at 
Bangkok Don Muang on January 13, 1996.   Supposedly went to Oshkosh, WI for
Basler conversion, but reportedly dropped on the dockside while being unloaded
from ship in USA. Replaced by MSN 9290 and remains probably dumped at Oshkosh.
There is somedoubt whether this aircraft ever went to Thai AF or became a
Basler TP-67 conversion.  Thai AF has a TP-67 serial 46153 with a new MSN plate
describing it as TP-67 serial number 450883, factory no 34141 but not only is
the factory number wrong for 45-0883, but the Thai aircraft is known to be MSN 
9290, ex N46949
884 (MSN 16887/34143) to US Atomic Energy Commission as N810Z
885 (MSN 16888/34144) converted to VC-47D.  Assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1961.
886 (MSN 16889/34146) damaged Mar 22, 1946 at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
887 (MSN 16890/34147) damaged Sep 22, 1945 at Memphis MAP, Tennessee
888 (MSN 16891/34148)
889 (MSN 16892/34149) noted at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida 1973/1983
890 (MSN 16893/34150) w/o Jul 13, 1950 at Taejon AB, South Korea in ground accident.
891 (MSN 16894/34151) to VASP as PP-SPM.  Crashed during emergency landing
at Sao Paulo, Brazil May 13, 1952 after engine failure.  5 of 22
onboard killed.
892 (MSN 16895/34152)
893 (MSN 16896/34153)
894 (MSN 16897/34154) noted in K-Tech Yard 8/28/2000.
895 (MSN 16898/34155) encountered severe downdraft and crashed 20 mi N of Curry, AK Feb 5, 1954.  10 killed, 6 survived.
896 (MSN 16899/34156)
897 (MSN 16900/34157) to USSR Jul 1945
898 (MSN 16901/34158) to USSR Aug 1945.
899 (MSN 16902/34159)
900 (MSN 16903/34160)
901 (MSN 16904/34161)
902 (MSN 16905/34162)
903 (MSN 16096/34163)
904 (MSN 16907/34164)
905 (MSN 16908/34165)
906 (MSN 16909/34166)
907 (MSN 16910/34167)
908 (MSN 16911/34169)
909 (MSN 16912/34170)
910 (MSN 16913/34171)
911 (MSN 16914/24172) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
912 (MSN 16915/34173) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
913 (MSN 16916/34174) to USSR Aug 4, 1945
914 (MSN 16917/34175) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
915 (MSN 16918/34176) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
916 (MSN 16919/34177) converted to AC-47
917 (MSN 16920/34178) as VC-47D to MASDC on July 24, 1969
918 (MSN 16921/34179) to Armee de 'Air as 45918 to Cambodian AF Aug 1956 as 45918, wfu Aug 1973.
919 (MSN 16922/34180) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF
920 (MSN 16923/34181)
921 (MSN 16924/34182)
922 (MSN 16925/34183) w/o Dec 8, 1945 Billings MAP, Montana on approach.  Crashed into a field after hitting trees 
while attempting to land in a snowstorm.  Operated by Northwest Airlines.  17 of 21 onboard killed.
923 (MSN 16926/34184)
924 (MSN 16927/34185)
925 (MSN 16928/34186) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP Dec 8, 972.
926 (MSN 16929/34187) converted to VC-47D.  W/o Apr 4, 1952 in midair with C-124A 50-1260 near Mobile Brookley AB, Alabama.
927 (MSN 16930/34188) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF
928 (MSN 16931/34189) with Royal Moroccan AF in 1978 as CNA-LE.  FAA N54599 on static display at MAPS Museum, Akron, Ohio.
929 (MSN 16932/34190)
930 (MSN 16933/34192) w/o Jul 18, 1946 in crash into field 4 mi N of Goodland, Kansas in electrical storm.  All 13 onboard killed.
931 (MSN 16934/34193) to N2841D
932 (MSN 16935/34194)
933 (MSN 16936/34195) to N87623, sold to Taiwan
934 (MSN 16937/34196) crashed near Ban Me Thuot, SVN Oct 21, 1968.  23 killed.
935 (MSN 16938/34197)
936 (MSN 16939/34198) to French Morocco AF as 05936.  Reregistered as
CN-ALH.  May 19, 1978 to Euroworld California Inc of Long Beach,
CA as N9839A.  Registration later revoked.
937 (MSN 16940/34199) converted to EC-47P.  Crashed on takeoff from Tan Son Nhut AB,
Vietnam Aug 19, 1971.  No injuries, and plane was later
restored to flight status.
938 (MSN 16941/34200)
939 (MSN 16942/34201)
940 (MSN 16943/34202) to N17778, then N403JB
941 (MSN 16944/34203) to Thai AF in 1953.  W/o Pathum Thani province
Jun 27, 1977.
942 (MSN 16945/34204) converted to VC-47D
943 (MSN 16946/34205) converted to VC-47D
944 (MSN 16947/34206) to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAM-146. W/o Cerro Aranca Machete, Peru Mar 20, 1960
945 (MSN 16948/34207)
946 (MSN 16949/24208) converted to AC-47.  to MASDC in 1966.  to MAP in 1967.
947 (MSN 16950/24209)
948 (MSN 16951/34210) converted to VC-47D
949 (MSN 16952/34211, 374th TCW, 21st TCS) crashed due to mechanical problems near Chosin 
Reservoir, N. Korea Dec 2, 1950.
950 (MSN 16953/34213)
951 (MSN 16954/34214) converted to WC-47. Became N73856; to Spanish AF Apr 23, 1962 as T3-54. became 
G-BLFL, then N951CA, then G-BLFL again, then N951CA again.  Now preserved in Deutsches 
Technikmuseum, Berlin, Germany, put on roof of museum in 1999.
952 (MSN 16955/34215)
953 (MSN 16956/34216) converted to VC-47D
954 (MSN 16957/34217) w/o Apr 26, 1950 due to structural failure near Leon Springs, Texas
955 (MSN 16958/34218)
956 (MSN 16959/34219) to RCAF as Dakota IV 991.  W/o 1954.
957 (MSN 16960/34220) to RAAF as A65-124.  Now on display at RAAF Association Museum, WA.
958 (MSN 16961/34221) to RAAF as A65-123.  To Royal Australian Navy as N2-123 2/22/1968.  Withdrawn 10/1973
and sold in USA.
959 (MSN 16962/34222) to RNZAF as NZ3552.  Became ZK-BBJ in New Zealand.  Still extant 1988 with Fieldair Freight.
960 (MSN 16963/34223) to RNZAF as NZ3551.  WFU 1977.  Had been used to fly around
the new Queen Elizabeth II about 6 months after her coronation in Dec 1953.  Noted in 1989 at RNZAF Museum, Wigram,
New Zealand.
961 (MSN 16964/34224) to RNZAF as NZ3555.  By 1954 was ZK-APA of New
Zealand National Airways. Leased to Polynesian Airlines (Samoa) as 5W-FAC.  Crashed on takeoff Jan 13, 1970 at Apia,
Western Samoa due to wind shere.  All 32 killed.  
962 (MSN 16965/34225) to RNZAF as NZ3553.  
963 (MSN 16966/34226) to RNZAF as NZ3554.  Converted to DC-3 Freighter
by de Havilland at Wellington Apr 5, 1947.  SOC Harewood
May 31, 1947.  To ZK-AOI of New Zealand National Airways Jun 20, 1947.
Withdrawn from service with NAC Jul 19, 1966.  To James Aviation
Jan 16, 1967.  Converted to topdresser (apparently an agricultural
application).  To Southern Air Super May 11, 1971.  Crashed into 
hillside near Clarence, South Island Feb 23, 1973 when right 
wing separated in flight. Pilot (sole occupant) killed
964 (MSN 16967/34227) to RNZAF as NZ3556.  By 1954 was ZK-APK of New
Zealand National Airways.  Reregistered as VQ-FAH (Fiji Islands) and WFU in 1984 (?).  
To Mangaleka Nov 2006 and put on display to promote a tearoom.
965 (MSN 16968/34228) to RNZAF as NZ3557.  By 1954 was ZK-AOK of New Zealand National Airways
966 (MSN 16969/34229) to RNZAF as NZ3558
967 (MSN 16970/34230) converted to GC-47D
968 (MSN 16971/34231) assigned to US Dem Project, crashed on takeoff
Oct 2, 1946 after engine failure at Hermosillo, Mexico.
969 (MSN 16972/34232) to USSR Aug 5, 1945
970 (MSN 16973/34233) 
971 (MSN 16974/34235) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
972 (MSN 16975/34236) flying as N8040L with Allied Air Freight.  Now at Valiant Air Command 
Museum, Titusville, FL.  Was used as the donor hulk to restore 42-100591.  Collapsed during maintenance,
killing a volunteer.
973 (MSN 16976/34237) to USSR Aug 11, 1945
974 (MSN 16977/34238) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
975 (MSN 16978/34239) to USSR Aug 7, 1945
976 (MSN 16979/34240) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
977 (MSN 16980/34241) to USSR Aug 13, 1945
978 (MSN 16981/34242) to USSR Aug 7, 1945
979 (MSN 16982/34243) converted to AC-47 .  To EC-47D.  to MASDC Jun 30, 1970
980 (MSN 16983/34244)
981 (MSN 16984/34245) to USSR Aug 13, 1945
982 (MSN 16985/34246) to USSR Aug 9, 1945
983 (MSN 16986/34247) to USSR Aug 11, 1945
984 (MSN 16987/34248) to USSR Aug 9, 1945.
985 (MSN 16988/34249) converted to AC-47.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2089.
986 (MSN 16989/34251) to USSR Sep 9, 1945
987 (MSN 16990/34252) to USSR Sep 16, 1945
988 (MSN 16991/34253)
989 (MSN 16992/34254)
990 (MSN 16993/34255) to RFC Jan 27, 1946.  To CC-CLL of LAN Chile, becam CC-CLDH,
CC-CBN.
991 (MSN 16994/34256) to Laos AF as 991 Aug 10, 1956
992 (MSN 16995/34257)
993 (MSN 16996/34258)
994 (MSN 16997/34259) abandoned by French Air Force in Indochina in 1954.
Bailed from the USAF to Air America 1962 as '994' (not B-994). Numerous 
accidents, incidents over the years all repaired.  Returned to the USAF June 
30, 1975, after escaping from Saigon on April 29, 1975 and landing in 
Bangkok, Thailand. Declared surplus by the USAF as of May 1975.  To Thai
AF as L2-54/19 Jan 1976.  SOC Aug 14, 1981.
995 (MSN 16998/34260) to RFC Jan 27, 1946.  TO CC-CLM of LAN Chile, becam CC-CLDI,
CC-CBO
996 (MSN 16999/34261)
997 (MSN 17000/34262) to VC-47D
998 (MSN 17001/34263)
999 (MSN 17002/34265) used by Air America as 999
1000 (MSN 17003/34266) to Brazil Dec 17, 1945 as FAB 2020.  To VOTEC
Servicos Aereos SA as PT-KZE.  To Royal Aero Taxi as PT-KZE.
Destroyed, certificate cancelled Dec 31, 1991
1001 (MSN 17004/34267) to Brazil Dec 17, 1945 as FAB 2021.  To VOTEC
Servicos Aereos SA as PT_KYW then TAF Lihhas Aereos.
Derelict, certificate cancelled Oct 16, 1991.
1002 (MSN 17005/34268) converted to AC-47A/EC-47D.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2088.  To
Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KZW, to Unos as CP-1957.
Presently stored with Unos.
1003 (MSN 17006/34269) to Peruvian Air Force.
1004 (MSN 17007/34270) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-483.  Renumbered FAP-301. Transferred to SATCO as 
OB-XAF-539 and later to Aero Peru as OB-R-539.  Re-registered OB-R-1147 and later OB-1147
1005 (MSN 17008/34271) to Peruvian Air Force.
1006 (MSN 17009/34272) to Brazil Dec 17 1945.  By 1954 was PP-YQG of S. A. 
Transportes Aeros REAL
1007 (MSN 17010/34273) 
1008 (MSN 17011/34274) bought by VASP and registered PP-SPL.  W/o
May 18, 1951 when crashed into high ground in bad weather near
Rancharia, SP Brazil.  All 6 onboard killed. 
1009 (MSN 17012/34275)
1010 (MSN 17013/34276) by 1954 was PP-VAY of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
1011 (MSN 17014/34277) crashed on takeoff near Kansas City, MO Sep 15, 1945.  23 of 24 onboard killed.
1012 (MSN 17015/34279)
1013 (MSN 17016/34280) landed on Bardarbunga glacier in Icelsnd Sep 19, 1945 to rescue
the civilian crew of an Icelandic C-54 (see 44-9014) that had crashed Sep 14.  They
were unable to take off and eventually abandoned the aircraft and hiked out with a
rescue team.  After spending the winter of 1950-51 on the glacier, it was dug out
and towed to the glacier and flown to Reykjavik after minor repairs.   became TF-RVP.  
By 1955 was EC-AHA of Iberia.  To N62265, to RP-C148.
1014 (MSN 17017/34281)
1015 (MSN 17018/34282) w/o Jan 30, 1059 in crash 20 mi SSW of Whitehead, Yukon.
1016 (MSN 17019/34283) by 1954 was PP-PCA of Panair do Brasil
1017 (MSN 17020/34284) to Aerovias Brasil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AXY.  To
Brazilian AF as FAB 2068.  W/o Jun 15, 1967
1018 (MSN 17021/34285) to PP-SPO then PT-KUB
1019 (MSN 17022/34286) converted to VC-47D.  Now on civilian registry as N843DD, owned by the state of Florida.
1020 (MSN 17023/34287) 
1021 (MSN 17024/34288).  To Thai AF.  Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 30) and to Thai AF as 
RTAF021. Belived reserialled 46152/021.
1022 (MSN 17025/34289)
1023 (MSN 17026/34290)
1024 (MSN 17027/34292) by 1954 was PP-YQF of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
1025 (MSN 17028/34293) by 1954 was PP-ANI of Transportes Aereos Nacional Ltda.
1026 (MSN 17029/34294)
1027 (MSN 17030/34295) to N87367, to CF-TFV, to HK-3359X
1028 (MSN 17031/34296) to VASP (Viacao Aerea Sao Paulo SA) as PP-SPN, then to Brazilian AF as FAB 2081, then
to Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KVK.  Scrapped by RICO
Rio de Janeiro, Jacarepagua, Brazil
1029 (MSN 17032/34297) converted to AC-47D.  to Khymer AF Feb 4, 1971.  Destroyed during rocket attack at
Battambang AB Jun 12, 1973.
1030 (MSN 17033/34298) to N48230.  To CAT July 1958, in 1960 to Air Asia/Air America as B-829 
for $40,000 to the Pacific Corp.  Numerous incidents and accidents, all repaired. 
Sold to Xieng Khouang Air Transport, Vientiane, Laos as XW-TFB in 1970.  Then to Tri-9 Corp., 
Phnom Penh as XW-TFB and leased to Khemara Air Transport, Phnom Penh 1972/73, 
leased to Lane Xang Airlines Vientiane, Laos in March 1974.  Leased to Air 
Cambodge, Phnom Penh in late 1974.  Leased to Golden Eagle Airlines, Phnom 
Penh still 1n 1974. Re registered to N48230 in 1975, but not taken up as it 
was destroyed by a rocket attack at Penh-Pochentong Airport (Cambodia) on April 11, 1975.  The US 
registration was canceled in June 1977.
1031 (MSN 17034/34299) to Linhas Aereas Brasileiras as PP-BRD, to Transprtes Aereos Nacional
(Nacional) as PP-ANE, to Brazil AF as FAB 2080.  To US civil registry as N9049Y.
WFU
1032 (MSN 17035/34300) to Honduras AF as FAH 308 Aug 1970.
1033 (MSN 17036/34301) by 1954 was PP-VBH of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
1034 (MSN 17037/34302)
1035 (MSN 17038/34303) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2022.  To Rico Taxi Aereo
as PT-KUW.  WFU, derelect
1036 (MSN 17039/34304)
1037 (MSN 17040/34306) on civil registry as N7712B.  Another report has the plane
as going down Feb 7, 1950 during a search for a C-54 that went missing Jan 26, 1950.
All 10 onboard survived and were rescued.  The hulk sits on a hillside
in the Yukon territory, Canada
1038 (MSN 17041/34307) to USSR Aug 11, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1053 with Aeroflot
1039 (MSN 17042/34308) to USSR Aug 9, 1945.
1040 (MSN 17043/34309)
1041 (MSN 17044/34310) to USSR Aug 4, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1059 with Aeroflot
1042 (MSN 17045/34311)
1043 (MSN 17046/34312)
1044 (MSN 17047/34313) converted to EC-47P.  To SVAF.  Then MAP to Thailand
1045 (MSN 17048/34314) to VC-47D.  To N5540V.
1046 (MSN 17049/34315) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP in 1972.
1047 (MSN 17050/34316) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF, later to Royal Laotian AF.
1048 (MSN 17051/34317) to USSR Aug 17, 1945, diverted to USAAF Sep 14, 1945.  Salvaged Adak, AK Sep 23, 1946
45-1049 ... 45-1139
Douglas C-47B-50-DK Skytrain
1049 (MSN 17052/34319) to USSR Aug 14, 1945.
1050 (MSN 17053/34320)
1051 (MSN 17054/34321) to USSR Aug 16, 1945
1052 (MSN 17055/34322) to USSR Aug 14, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1060 with Aeroflot
1053 (MSN 17057/34323)
1054 (MSN 17057/34324) to USSR Aug 16, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1212 with Aeroflot
1055 (MSN 17058/34325) to VC-47D. Suffered extensive damage in crash Feb 11, 1957.  To N4788C for Sholton and Carson of Spenard, Alaska. 
August 17, 1964 bought by Air America.  Sold to Air Asia Co. Ltd. and registered as B-879 on 
September 1964. Numerous accidents, incidents all repaired.  June 29, 1974 
sold to China Air Lines, registered as B-1555 and delivered to Phnom Penh, 
Cambodia.  Withdrawn from use at Taipei, Taiwan in March 1977. There is a possiblility that the damage
in the 1957 crash was too extensive for the plane to be rebuilt as N4788C, and that the previous identity
of N4788C is not true.
1056 (MSN 17059/34326)
1057 (MSN 17060/34327) converted to VC-47D, then to AC-47.  To South Vietnam
AF.  W/o following crash Nov 24, 1972.  2 killed.
1058 (MSN 17061/34328) to civilian registry as NC63351. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAQ-167 and 
later re-registered OB-R-167. Sold to Peruvian Navy.  Now (2004) with
Aerolineas de La Paz of Colombia as HK-4292X
1059 (MSN 17062/34329)
1060 (MSN 17063/34330)
1061 (MSN 17064/34331) to Flamingo Air Services as NC54336, to C-1503X, C-1530E,
HK-1503E, to Colombian Petroleum Co as HK-1503P, HK-1503W, to Aerocar Columbia
as HK-1503.  Then as operated by Aerovanguardia as HK-1503 it was w/o on 
a cargo flight from Villavicencio to Medellin-Jose
Maria Cordova Airport.  Airport was fogged in and the pilot decided to
divert to Medellin-Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport.  While descending, the
plane struck electric wires and crashed into a wooded area.  3 crew killed.
1062 (MSN 17065/34332)
1063 (MSN 17066/34333)
1064 (MSN 17067/34334)
1065 (MSN 17068/34335) 28 Mar 1950 The airplane's no.2 engine caught fire shortly after departure from RCAF 
Rockcliffe,  Ontario.  One passenger was able to bail out safely. 
Four occupants died in crash, one being American Ambassador Laurence A. Steinhardt.
1066 (MSN 17069/34336)
1067 (MSN 17070/34337) converted to VC-47D.
1068 (MSN 17071/34338)
1069 (MSN 17072/34339)
1070 (MSN 17073/34340)
1071 (MSN 17074/34341)
1072 (MSN 17075/34342)
1073 (MSN 17076/34343) 
1074 (MSN 17077/34344) fuselage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
1075 (MSN 17078/34345) by 1955 was N62044 of Hawaiian Airlines Ltd.
1076 (MSN 17079/34346)
1077 (MSN 17080/34347) converted to EC-47D.  To MASDC
1078 (MSN 17081/34348)
1079 (MSN 17082/34349) to Khymer AF.  Escaped to Thailand Apr 1975.
To Thai AF as L2-47/18 Nov 1975.  SOC Sep 7, 1989 due
to corrosion and dumped at Lopburi.  Possible conflict here, as reported
in Apr 2006 issue of AFM as converted to Basler BT-67 and to Thai
AF as 46159 Dec 1, 2004.  However, the genuine MSN 34379 was noted on a dump
at Lop Buri, Thailand Jan 2005, and that 44-76678 was the plane used for the
conversion.
1080 (MSN 17083/34350)
1081 (MSN 17084/34351) by 1954 was CP-530 of Lloyd Aero Boliviano SA
1082 (MSN 17085/34352)
1083 (MSN 17086/34353)
1084 (MSN 17087/34354)
1085 (MSN 17088/34355) broke up in flight near Hobard Mills, CA Mar 19, 1946.  26 killed.
1086 (MSN 17089/34356) to civilian registry as N88754. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBD-456.
1087 (MSN 17090/34357) to US civil registry as N86443.  To Spanish AF as T.3-45.  Registered as G-BFPV to Warbirds of 
Great Britain Limited of Blackbushe, Surrey, England Apr 7, 1978 and then cancelled Sep 8, 1978 reportedly for 
export to Yemen.
1088 (MSN 17091/34358) on civil registry asn N6387A.
1089 (MSN 17092/34359)
1090 (MSN 17093/34360)
1091 (MSN 17094/34361) to US civil registry as N86442, then to T.3-50 with Spanish
AF, then to Spanish civil registry as EC-CPO.  Derelict at Zaragosa, Spain, then moved to Malaga in
2003, allegedly for display in a museum.  In 2013 on display at Museo Nacional de Qaeopuertos y
Transporte Aereo at Malaga as EC-ABC
1092 (MSN 17095/34362) to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAL-145.
1093 (MSN 17096/34363) To Thai AF Mar 1976 as L2-51/19 in 1976.  Dumped/preserved
at Lopburi fron 1998.  To Oshkosh, WI for Basler conversion, but rejected
for conversion and replaced by MSN 20082.  Remains probably dumped at
Oshkosh.
1094 (MSN 17097/34364)
1095 (MSN 17098/34365) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2023.  W/o Jun 6, 1949
when crashed at Cambirck, Brazil
1096 (MSN 17099/34366) to Linhas Aereas Brasileiras as PP-BRE, to Servicos Aereos
Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CCW "Piquiri".  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2083.
1097 (MSN 17100/34367)
1098 (MSN 17101/34368) still flying with Miami Valley Aviation, Ohio
1099 (MSN 17102/34369) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-677. Renumbered FAP-311. Transferred to SATCO as 
OB-XAT-653 and later re-registered OB-R-653. W/o Mt. Killukichu, Peru Apr 20, 1972
1100 (MSN 17103/34370) became N541GA
1101 (MSN 17104/34371) on civil registry as N1385P 
1102 (MSN 17105/34372) converted to EC-47P.  I also have this converted to VC-47D with Air University.  W/o
Apr 13, 1972.
1103 (MSN 17106/34373) by 1954 was PP-YQP of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
1104 (MSN 17107/34374)
1105 (MSN 17108/34375)
1106 (MSN 17109/34376) converted to VC-47D
1107 (MSN 17110/34377) in 1972 was assigned to Air Attache at US Embassy in Tanamarive, Madagascar
1108 (MSN 17111/34378)
1109 (MSN 17112/34379) struck Mt Pichincha, Ecuador Jul 11, 1960.  18 killed.
1110 (MSN 17113/34380)
1111 (MSN 17114/34381) registered later as 0-51111.  To Uruguayan AF received from the USAF mission in Paraguay 
Nov 27, 1970.  Operated by Transporte Aereo Militar Uruguayo-Tamu, also as No 511 (see 42-100838), code CX-BJH.
W/o when crashed shortly after takeoff near Artigas Airport (ATI) Uruguay Feb 10, 1970.  44 passengers and crew
killed.  
1112 (MSN 17115/34382)
1113 (MSN 17116/34383)
1114 (MSN 17117/34384)
1115 (MSN 17118/34385)
1116 (MSN 17119/34386) converted to VC-47D.  To Khymer AF 1973, escaped
to Thailand Apr 1975.  To Thai AF as L2-45/18 Sep 12, 1975.
To Oshkosh, WI for conversion to Basler in 2004.  The genuine 34316 was not shipped
to Oshkosh until early July 2004 and was still there, unconverted Jul 25, 2004.
The aircraft redelivered to Thai AF must have been a different airframe.
1117 (MSN 17120/34387) converted to AC-47D.  Later to Royal Laotian AF.
1118 (MSN 17121/34388)
1119 (MSN 17122/34389) noted at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida 1970/78
1120 (MSN 17123/34390) converted to AC-47D.  Missing Dec 24, 1965 in Laos.
1121 (MSN 17134/34391) to South Vietnam AF
1122 (MSN 17125/34392)
1123 (MSN 17126/34393)
1124 (MSN 17127/34394) crashed on east flank of Mt. San Gorgonio, CA 
Dec 1, 1952.  13 killed.
1125 (MSN 17128/34395) converted to VC-47D.   W/o Jul 15, 1966 at Mejorado del campo, Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain following a forced landing
after a midair collision with Spanish AF F-104G C.8-5 on approach to Torrejon.  The F-104G lost a wingtip tank
and the VC-47D part of a wing.  The F-104G landed safely but the VC-47D was destroyed by fire following the
forced landing.  Crew of 3 and 6 passengers all escaped safely.
1126 (MSN 17129/34396)
1127 (MSN 17130/34397) to Royal Lao AF by 1970.  To Thailand.  Derelict by Oct 1997.
1128 (MSN 17131/34398) converted to VC-47D.  To civil registry as N62102 with
Shawnee Airlines,  converted to turboprop power as Basler BT-67 (conversion
no. 19).  To Guatemala AF initially as 560, and now with Guatemala AF as TG-FAG-4
1129 (MSN 17132/34399)
1130 (MSN 17133/34400)
1131 (MSN 17134/34401) converted to EC-47Q.  
1132 (MSN 17135/34402)
1133 (MSN 17136/34403) converted to EC-47Q.  Missing Feb 5, 1969 with 362nd TEWS, 460th TRW
on mission over Laos from Pleiku AB, Vietnam.  Wreckage discovered in fall of 1969.  10 crew
presumed KIA.
1134 (MSN 17137/34404)
1135 (MSN 17138/34405)
1136 (MSN 17139/34406)
1137 (MSN 17140/34407)
1138 (MSN 17141/34408)
1139 (MSN 17142/34409)
45-1140 ... 45-2544
Douglas C-47B Skytrain
MSN 34410/35814
Contract cancelled.

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