USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria:
Description Criteria: L-4
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
42-460 ... 42-463
Piper YO-59 Grasshopper
Model J3C-65.  Designation later changed to L-4.
460 (MSN 7513)
461 (MSN 7528) to Brazil in 1944.  Eventually serialled FAB-3057, later (ca 1957)
to L4-3057
462 (MSN 7529)
463 (MSN 7530)
42-7813 ... 42-7852
Piper O-59 Grasshopper
Model J3C-65D.  Later redesignated L-4
7813 MSN 7842
7814/7852 MSN 7845/7883
42-15159 ... 42-15329
Piper L-4A Grasshopper
Model J3C-65D.  MSN 8278/8448.  Originally designated O-59A
15168 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALR
15172 (MSN 8291) transferred to French AF.  to A.C. Fickinger Apr 1948 as F-BCPA.  F-BCPA
cancelled Oct 6, 1978. Made it through various French flying clubs until it was ultimately
sold to someone in the USA and shipped back to the states.  Registration N377TP reserved
Apr 13, 2009
15174 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft Rucker, AL in 1987.
15186 to Polish civil registry as SP-AHL
15188 force landed and hit fence Camp Polk, LA 3/11/1943.
15200 (MSN 8319) became VO-ABD Jan 3, 1948, then CF-GPD Apr 15, 1949
15209	(MSN 8328) to Brazil for use in Italy, 13Sep44.
15210	(MSN 8329) to French Army [ALAT] as 215210.
15211	(MSN 8330) to Brazil for use in Italy, 13Sep44.
15216	(MSN 8335) to French Army [ALAT] as 215216.
15217	(MSN 8336) to French Army [ALAT] as 215217.
15248 (MSN 8367) to French Army as 215248, then became F-BIGN.  Registered
G-BIJE May 5, 1981.
15272 (MSN 8391) delivered Feb 16, 1942.  Condemned due to accident
Nov 16, 1942,  Rebuilt and assigned to CAA.  To storage
at Rome AAF, NY Jul 15, 1944.  Sold as surplus at Cannon AP,
NC.  To civil registry as NC49642, later N49642.  To German 
registry as D-ECIZ Sep 8 1959.  Sold to Danish user
in 1973 and registered OY-ECV. Now owned by Thomas Damm
of Denmark still as OY-ECV and repainted with USAAF markings with tail number
215272.  Nose and fin chequered blue to represent an L-4
flown by 15th Tactical Recce Sqdn of 10th Photo Group of
9th AF, coded 5M-4.
15302	(MSN 8421) to French Army [ALAT] as 215302
15318 (MSN 8437) became HB-OAD, then D-EJAF.  Registered G-BJAF Jun 23, 1989.
15323	(MSN 8442) to French Army [ALAT] as 215323
15324	(MSN 8443) to French Army [ALAT] as 215324	
15329 (MSN 8448) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHU.  Also listed as being destroyed when collided with 42-25331 on
takeoff Jun 30, 1944 at Cha Chang, China
42-36325 ... 42-36824
Piper L-4A Grasshopper
Model J3-65D.  MSN 8449/9848
36351 to Polish civil registry as SP-AHS
36358 overshot landing and hit ditch 3/11/1943, Plainview, TX.
36375 (MSN 8499) to French Army as 236375, then F-BFYL.  Now G-AKAZ operated by The Fighter Collection at
Duxford in US Army colors but no tail number and fuselage code 57-H
36383 (MSN 8507) to VT-AVN and then upon partition of British India to AP-ACP.  AP-ACP cancelled in 1953.
36387	(MSN 8511) to French Army [ALAT] as 236387
36394	(MSN 8518) to French Army [ALAT] as 236394
36407 (MSN 8531) became OO-AVC then F-BGPA.
36414 nosed over on takeoff 3/11/1943, Plainview, TX.
36426	(MSN 8550) to French Army [ALAT] as 236426
36433	(MSN 8557) to Brazil for use in Italy, Sep 13, 1944.
36434	(MSN 8558) to French Army [ALAT] as 236434. D-ELLY. Destroyed Aug 28, 1987.
36439 to Polish civil registry as SP-AIW
36446 on civil registry as N42050.  To USAF Museum in 1971
36452	(MSN 8576) to Brazil for use in Italy, Sep 13, 1944.
36460	(MSN 8584) to French Army [ALAT] as 236460
36480 to Polish civil registry as SP-ADD
36484	(MSN 8608) to Brazil for use in Italy, Sep 13, 1944.
36495	(MSN 8619) to French Army [ALAT] as 236495
36502 (24th OS, later renamed 33rd PRS) crashed 4mi N of Pope Field, NC
Oct 22, 1942.  Pilot and passenger killed.
36509	(MSN 8633) toPI-C120; RP-C120
36513 (MSN 8637) became N62752, then OE-ALA
36517 to Polish civil registry as SP-AHX
36519	(MSN 8643) post war conversion to L-4K
36543 to Polish civil registry as SP-AIG
36547	(MSN 8671) to Brazil for use in Italy, 13Sep44.
36553 to Polish civil registry as SP-ADB
36560 to Polish civil registry as SP-AGC
36563	(MSN 8687) to French Army [ALAT] as 236563
36564	(MSN 8688) to Brazil for use in Italy, 13Sep44.
36591	(MSN 8715) to French Army [ALAT] as 236591
36605	(MSN 8729) to French Army [ALAT] as 236605
36615	(MSN 8739) to French Army [ALAT] as 236615
36622 (MSN 8746) to civil user in Jamaica as VP-JAM
36630 became LX-WWT
36633 to Polish civil registry as SP-AKB
36642 (MSN 8766) became OO-AAH on Belgian civil registry, then D-EMOG, then 
to Danish civil registry as OY-ALM.
36652 to Polish civil registry as SP-AHG
36657 (MSN 8781) to French Army as 236657, then became F-BGXJ.
Registered G-BGSJ May 21, 1979.
36661	(MSN 8785) to French Army [ALAT] as 236661
36668	(MSN 8792) to French Army [ALAT] as 236668
36669 to Polish civil registry as SP-AKB
36684 to Polish civil registry as SP-AGH
36695	(MSN 8819) to French Army [ALAT] as 236695
36702	(MSN 8826) to French Army [ALAT] as 236702
36706 to Polish civil registry as SP-AGD
36713	(MSN 8837) to French Army [ALAT] as 236713
36714 to Polish civil registry as SP-AFR
36718 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALF
36747 to Polish civil registry as SP-AIH
36748 to Polish civil registry as SP-AGI
36769 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALT
36770 (MSN 8894). This aircraft apparently became N4055S sometime during 
WW2, this registration being cancelled 22/1/44 as 'Class 26'. However, this 
registration has been reinstated to this aircraft 
Jun 4, 2003 by FAA - so where has it been in the intervening 59 years?
36786	(MSN 8910) to N58371; D-EHXA from Aug 1968 to Jul 1973; OH-PAK from Nov 1974.
36790 at USAF Museum, marked as 43-38389.
36803 (MSN 8927) became F-PFQR, then HB-OXT.  Registered Sep 19, 2005
as F-GOXT.
36813	(MSN 8937) to N43391; Registered N36813, MSN 8937-A, current. 
36817	(MSN 8941) to French Army [ALAT] as 236817
36818	(MSN 8942) to French Army [ALAT] as 236818
36823	(MSN 8947) to French Army [ALAT] as 236823
42-38380 ... 42-38457
Piper L-4A Grasshopper
Model J3C-65D.  MSN 8949/9026
38384 (MSN 8953) to French Army as 238384, then became F-BGXF.  Registered
G-GHVV Jun 27, 1980 (but with MSN 10291 which was really 43-1430
and became F-BEGF)
38390 (MSN 8959) to French Army as 238390
38391 to Polish civil registry as SP-AHW
38393 (MSN 8962) became HB-ODM, then D-EDUT.
38400 (MSN 8969) to French Army as 238400.  To French civil registry as F-PHFZ.  Registered
G-BDHK Jul 24, 1975.
38405 to Polish civil registry as SP-ANX
38410 (MSN 8979) to French Army as 238410, then became F-BEPK.  
Registered as G-BHPK Feb 26, 1980 (but with MSN 12161 which
was 44-79865 and became F-BFYU).  As F-BFYD active from Vergerac May 2009.
38422 (MSN 8991) to French Army as 238422.
38432 (MSN 9001) to French Army as 238432, then became F-BGQC.
38434 to Polish civil registry as SP-AKU
38445 (MSN 9014)
42-57507 ... 42-57507
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cub (MSN 5-1080, ex NC3871) impressed from civilian user
42-58811 ... 42-60280
Cancelled contracts
59301/60280 believed to be for L-4B that eventually became 43-491/1470
59393 believed original serial for aircraft that became 43-0583.
59409 believed original serial for aircraft that became 43-0599.
59943 believed original serial for aircraft that became 43-1133
60072 believed original serial for aircraft that became 43-1262.
42-79551 ... 42-79554
Piper UC-83 Grasshopper
J-5A Cub impressed from civilian users in Canal Zone.  
Redesignated L-4F in 1943.
79551 ex RX-26, MSN 5-513. Redesignated L-4G.   W/o at Rio Hato, Canal Zone Jan 10, 1943
79552 ex RX-20, MSN 5-515. Redesignated L-4G.  Damaged in accident at Albrook Field Aug
27, 1942, still as RX-20.
79553 ex R-9E, MSN 5-514.  Redesignated L-4G.  Damaged in accident at Panama Bay,
Canal Zone Oct 22, 1942
79554 ex RX-27, MSN 5-211.  Redesignated L-4G.  Grounded Nov 10, 1942
42-79555 ... 42-79555
Piper UC-83B Grasshopper
J-4E Cub R-11E MSN 4-1323 impressed from civilian user Aug 14, 1942
in Canal Zone.  Redesignated L-4E in 1943.  W/o near Rio Hato
Aug 26, 1943.
42-79557 ... 42-79558
Piper UC-83A Grasshopper
J-3C-65 Cub impressed from civilian users in Canal Zone.
Redesignated L-4C in 1943.
79557 ex R-22E MSN 6170
79558 ex R-23E MSN 6167 impressed as L-4C
42-107425 ... 42-107425
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cub (MSN 5-928, ex NC38292) impressed from civilian user
43-491 ... 43-1470
Piper L-4B Grasshopper
MSN 9352/10331, originally allocated serials 42-59301/60280.
492 to reclamation as ZL-4B at Columbus, OH Nov 10, 1948
496 originally allocated serial 42-59306.  Became N1138V, then F-GHIP.
501 to reclamation as ZL-4B at Wold-Chamberlain Apt, MN Oct 27, 1949
502 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
503 to reclamation at Kansas City Jul 3, 1948
505 converted to spares for CAP Feb 27, 1951
510 to CAP at Olmstead AF, PA.  To civilian application Apr 4, 1950
511 to CAP, Bedford AAF, MA  Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at Beverley Airport, MA
Nov 16, 1947.
512 to CAP May 2, 1950
515 on display at US Army Aviation Museum Dec 22, 2004
516 to CAP OH1/32AAFBU, NE Wing CAp damaged in accident Aug 6, 1947 2 mi NW of Bellevue, NE.
517 burned during welding repair at Chanute Field Aug 5, 1942
518 (MSN 9379) to reclamation at Tinker, OK as L-4K May 18, 1948
519 to reclamation at Phoenix, AZ Oct 15, 1948
520 to CAP Nov 12, 1949
521 to CAP Apr 1950
522 (MSN 9383) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To storage at Post Field Jan 31, 1947
523 to reclamation as ZL-4B at Douglas, AZ Jul 31, 1950
524 to CAP at New Castle AF, DE as ZL-4B Mar 28, 1950
525 to reclamation at Tinker AB, OK May 8, 1947
526 to CAP as CL-4B Sep 25, 1950
527 to reclamation as ZL-4B at Newark, NJ Nov 10, 1948
532 to CAP Apr 27, 1950
534 attached to 2FrGp at Fort Sill, OK, damaged in an accident at Youngstown, OH MAP Aug 7, 1942 on
ferry flight.
537 (MSN 9398) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To reclamation at Tinker AF as L-4K May 18, 1948
538 damaged in a taxi accident due to weather at Offutt Field, NE
Jun 13, 1947.  To CAP as ZL-4B Jun 23, 1949.
539 (MSN 9400) to civil registry as N9095C    
540 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
542 to CAP as CL-4B.  Salvaged Jan 17, 1951
545 (MSN 9406) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To reclamation at Tinker AF, OK as L-4K May 1, 1948
546 (MSN 9407) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To reclamation at Tinker AF, OK as L-4K May 18, 1948
547 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
551 salvaged as ZL-4B at Offutt AAF, NB Jul 21, 1949
552 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
555 to reclamation at Godman AAF, KY Mar 8, 1949
556 to reclamation as ZL-4B at Spokane, WA Feb 1, 1949
557 attached to AAFFC/2FrGp at New Castle AAF, DE damaged in an accident Aug 19, 1942 at Terre Haute Airport, IN.
559 to reclamation at Tinker AB May 8, 1947
562 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
563 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
564 to CAP, Little Rock Airport, AR while attached to HQC on Nov 25, 1947 damaged in a ground collision 
at Adams Field, AR with civilian PT-17 (N2S-3) NC39177 from Searly Airport, AR
565 (MSN 9426) to CAP 32AAFBU at Bolling Field, DC, while attached to HqCAP damaged in a take off accident 
at Westover Field, MA on Aug 5, 1947. Rgistered N1139V as Piper NE-1, airworthiness certificate issued
Nov 8, 1956.  Registration cancelled Jul 30, 1975.
566 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
568 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
569 (MSN 9430) to Civil Air Patrol as N3974A Oct 11, 1956
572 to reclamation at Tinker May 8, 1947
573 to CAP as ZL-4B Apr 11, 1950
574 to reclamation at Tinker AF, OK May 8, 1947
575 to RFC Mar 1945
576 to RFC Mar 1945
577 to CL-26 at Fort Sill, OK Jun 1943
579 originally allocated serial 42-59389.  To RFC Mar 1945.  Became
NC48526, then N48526, then F-GLRV.
580 to RFC Mar 1945
581 to RFC Mar 1945
582 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
583 (MSN 9444) originally serialled 42-59393.  Became N10491.  
Registered Dec 5, 2008 as G-FINT.
584 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
588 to RFC Mar 13, 1945
589 to reclamation at Keesler AF, TN Jul 28, 1948
591 to Poland
592 salvaged Oct 30, 1945
593 salvaged Jan 28, 1945
594 (MSN 9455) salvaged Sep 12, 1944.  To I-DLAB.
596 condemned Sep 2, 1944
597 salvaged Jan 20, 1945.  Reported as crashing at Membury, England
with 67th OG Oct 24, 1942.  Presumably repaired.
599 to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUE
499 (MSN 9460) original serial believed to have been 42-59409.
Became SE-AUE
600 condemned Oct 31, 1944
601 (315th TCG, 34th TCS) wrecked in a taxiing accident at Aldermaston, UK Jul 27.1943.
Condemned Sep 8, 1943
602 salvaged due to damage Aug 19, 1944
603 condemned Oct 31, 1944
605 condemned due to damage Jun 13, 1945
606 condemned due to damage Apr 17, 1944
607 to storage at Garden City AF, KS Oct 31,1 945
608 salvaged due to damage Feb 21, 1945
609 salvaged due to damage Dec 16, 1944
610 salvaged due to damage Jan 25, 1945
611 salvaged due to damage Oct 4, 1945
612 to Poland Dec 12, 1946 as SP-AOC
613 to Poland Dec 12, 1946 as SP-AOL
614 condemned May 1, 1946
615 condemned due to damage Apr 7, 1945
616 condemned as missing Dec 31, 1944
617 condemned due to damage Apr 22, 1945
618 salvaged Oct 17, 1945
619 w/o May 20, 1945
620 condemned Oct 31, 1944
621 salvaged Feb 2, 1946
622 condemned due to damage Oct 11, 1944
623 condemned Jun 9, 1944
624 condemned due to damage Aug 24, 1944
625 crashed during attempted forced landing at Madjeston
farm, Gillingham, England Dec 29, 1942.  Condemned Nov 20, 1945
626 condemned due to damage Sep 22, 1944
627 (MSN 9488) to Netherlands West Indies Aug 24, 1942, based Curacao.  Registered PJ-AFA Nov 20, 1942
628 condemned due to damage Jul 2, 1944
629 to reclamation Aug 6, 1947
630 evaluated by RAF as VM286.  Salvaged Aug 23, 1945
631 condemned Sep 1, 1945
632 to Poland Dec 12, 1946 as SP-AKO
633 to Poland Dec 11, 1945
634 (MSN 9495) was originally serialed 42-59444.  To FLC Dec 11, 1945. Became I-DLAB
635 condemned Oct 31, 1944
636 salvaged Aug 7, 1945
637 condemned due to damage Apr 6, 1944
638 condemned Oct 31, 1944
639 to reclamation Nov 19, 1947
640 to Poland Dec 12, 1944 as SP-ARF
641 condemned Oct 31, 1944
642 condemned Oct 31, 1944
643 condemned Oct 31, 1944
644 to Poland Feb 1, 1947
645 condemned Oct 31, 1944
646 to Poland Dec 12, 1946 as SP-ANZ
647 crashed at Sunninghill, England Dec 28, 1942.
Condemned to salvage Oct 4, 1944
648 used in England by 1st CBW/HQ Flight.  Condemned to salvage Jul 17, 1945
649 condemned Oct 31, 1944
650 to Poland Jun 12, 1946 as SP-ALO
651 condemned due to damage Jun 6, 1945
653 condemned due to damage Apr 4, 1945
654 condemned due to damage Dec 12, 1944
655 condemned Oct 5, 1945
656 used by 8th AF HQ/A Flight.  Condemned Feb 7, 1946
657 (482nd BG) hit wire in flight and crashed near Sutton St. Edmund, UK Dec 30, 1943
658 scrapped Nov 19, 1947
659 condemned due to damage Oct 17, 1944
660 condemned to salvage Jun 28, 1946
661 condemned Oct 31, 1944
662 to Poland Dec 12, 1946 as SP-AMN
663 salvaged May 15, 1945
664 salvaged Sep 19, 1944
665 condemned Oct 31, 1944
667 (MSN 9851) condemned Oct 31, 1944.  Registered N851
668 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AMI
669 condemned due to damage May 23, 1944
670 condemned Oct 10, 1945
671 (MSN 10189) condemned Oct 10, 1945.  Registered as N49844
672 condemned Oct 31, 1944
673 (MSN 9534) to French Army May 7, 1944 as 3673
674 condemned Oct 31, 1944
675 condemned to salvage Apr 12, 1944
676 condemned to salvage Jun 17, 1944
677 (MSN 9538) to Fiji in 1948 as VQ-FAG and to New Zealand Nov 1949 as ZK-ATU.
678 condemned to salvage Sep 16, 1944
679 to RAF Sep 15, 1944
681 condemned due to damage Jul 18, 1945.
683 condemned due to damage Jun 28, 19476
684 condemned Oct 31, 1944
685 condemned Oct 31, 1944
686 condemned Oct 31, 1944
687 condemned Oct 31, 1944
688 condemned for salvage Jun 26, 1946
689 condemned Oct 31, 1944
690 condemned Oct 31, 1944
691 to RAF May 31, 1944
692 condemned due to damage Nov 9, 1944
693 to Poland Mar 17, 1947 as SP-ALM
694 condemned Oct 31, 1944
695 condemned for salvage Oct 28, 1945
696 condemned Oct 31, 1944
698 condemned due to damage Jun 10, 1944
699 condemned Oct 31, 1944
700 condemned due to damage Feb 14, 1945
701 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as AP-AOE
702 condemned for salvage Mar 4, 1946
703 condemned for salvage Apr 29, 1946
704 condemned for salvage Jul 1, 1944
705 condemned Oct 31, 1944. Was involved in midair collision over Avon village May 28, 1944.
706 condemned Oct 31, 1944
707 condemned due to damage Aug 28, 1944
708 (27th ATG, 87th ATS) force landed due engine failure at Warton, UK Jun 30, 1943. Condemned Oct 31, 1944
709 condemned due to damage Oct 1, 1944
710 condemned Oct 31, 1944
711 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AOF
712 condemned Oct 31, 1944
713 condemned Apr 12, 1946
715 condemned Apr 13, 1946
716 condemned Sep 11, 1945
717 condemned due to damage Mar 11, 1944
718 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
719 (13th FS) dove into ground at Podington, England Jan 19,1943.
Condemned Oct 31, 1944
720 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AIP
721 condemned Oct 31, 1944
722 condemned Oct 31, 1944
723 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
724 salvaged Mar 4, 1946
725 crashed May 6, 1944
726 to Army Ground Forces  Nov 24, 1942
728 salvaged due to damage Feb 12, 1945
729 condemned Oct 31, 1944
730 condemned due to damage Jun 11, 1945
731 condemned Oct 31, 1944
733 condemned due to damage May 24, 1945
734 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
735 condemned Oct 31, 1944
736 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
737 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
738 salvaged Jan 19,1946
739 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
740 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
741 condemned Feb 18, 1943
742 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
743 (MSN 9604) to RAF as FR886 Nov 25, 1942.  No record of arrival in UK or use.  Reserialled as HK936.  The RAF
in Egypt had its own serial allocations and may have inadvertently allocated its own serial when an RAF
serial had already been allocated.  "Air Arsenal" quotes this as being HK937 or HK938.
SOC Feb 29, 1944
744 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
745 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
746 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
747 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
748 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
749 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
750 to RAF as FR887 Aug 31, 1943.  No record of arrival in UK or use.  Reserialled as HK937.  The RAF
in Egypt had its own serial allocations and may have inadvertently allocated its own serial when an RAF
serial had already been allocated.  "Air Arsenal" quotes this as being HK939, returned to USAF 1946
SOC Jun 28, 1945
751 to RAF as FR888 Aug 31, 1943.  No record of arrival in UK or use.  Reserialled as HK938.  The RAF
in Egypt had its own serial allocations and may have inadvertently allocated its own serial when an RAF
serial had already been allocated.  "Air Arsenal" quotes this as being HK936.
Crashed on landing at Cutella Feb 25, 1944, and SOC Feb 29, 1944
752 to Britain Dec 9, 1944
753 condemned Oct 21, 1944.  On display at Travis AFB, California
754 to Army Ground Forces Nov 24, 1942
755 declared excess at Piper Aircraft Co, Lock Haven, PA.  To RFC Feb 5, 1945
756 to RFC at South Plains AAF, TX Oct 8, 1945
757 to CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3, 1949
758 to Army Ground Forces Oct 13, 1947
759 salvaged due to damage Jan 28, 1945
760 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-ANW
761 to Army Ground Forces May 1, 1946.  To Poland as SP-AGE ?
762 salvaged due to damage Nov 25, 1944
763 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AHE
764 sold Mar 20, 1946
765 surveyed at Lock Haven, PA Jul 19, 1944
766 to RFC Mar 1945
767 salvaged Jun 28, 1946
768 salvaged Dec 4, 1946
770 salvaged May 23, 1946
771 scrapped Apr 29, 1948
773 salvaged Jun 3, 1945
774 (MSN 9635) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3, 1949
775 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
776 salvaged Jan 7, 1945
777 condemned Dec 31, 1945
778 salvaged due to damage Feb 4, 1945
779 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
780 condemned due to damage Mar 23, 1945
781 to Poland Dec 17, 1946
782 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AHK
783 (c;n 9644) to French Army Aug 10, 1944 as 3783
784 surveyed at Campbell AAF, TN May 30,1943
785 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AHT
786 to CAP as ZL-4B
787 to RAF as FR889 Oct 16, 1942.  No record of arrival in UK or use.  Reserialled as HK939.  The RAF
in Egypt had its own serial allocations and may have inadvertently allocated its own serial when an RAF
serial had already been allocated.  "Air Arsenal" quotes this as being HK937 or HK938.
Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946.
788 to CL-26 at Olmstead AF, PA Jun 22, 1944
789 to CL-26 at Romulus, MI Apr 27, 1943
790 to CL-26 at Gore Field, MT Jul 8, 1943.  Was involved in an accident Oct 27, 1943.
791 to RFC Jan 19, 1945
792 (MSN 9653) to French Army Aug 19, 1944 as 3972
793 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2,1944
794 to RFC at Lawson Field, GA Jan 10, 1945
795 to RFC at Miami AAF, FL Sep 13, 1945
796 to CL-26 at Boca Raton AAF, FL Aug 20, 1944
797 to reclamation as Tinker AAF Jan 20, 1949
798 sold Feb 5, 1946
799 condemned at Sarasota AF, FL Feb 11, 1943
800 to RFC at Augusta Dec 11, 1944
801 to RFC at William-Northern AAF, TN Jan 19, 1945
802 nosed over at Dover AAF, DE Feb 19, 1943 and DBR
803 (MSN 9664) condemned Apr 1, 1946.  Became I-DODE
804 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AIE
805 surveyed at Stewart AF, NY Apr 8, 1943
806 to Army Ground Forces Oct 20, 1944
807 (MSN 9668) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3, 1949
808 to Army Ground Forces Oct 23, 1944
809 surveyed at Rome AF, NY Aug 26, 1944
810 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
811 sold May 21, 1946
812 to CL-26 at Kingman AF, AZ Aug 1, 1943
813 to RFC at Camp Mackal, NC Mar 11, 1945
814 to Army Ground Forces Oct 23, 1944
815 (MSN 9676) to France Apr 1, 1947.  Became F-BEGD.
816 w/o Apr 1, 1945
817 condemned due to damage Jun 15, 1945
818 condemned due to damage Dec 8, 1945
819 to Army Ground Forces Aug 20, 1944
820 surveyed at Nashville ATC, TN May 27, 1944
821 surveyed at Rome AF, NY Jun 20, 1944
822 to RFC May 26, 1945
823 condemned Nov 15, 1943
824 scrapped Nov 1, 1946
825 to Army Ground Forces Oct 20, 1944
826 to CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3, 1949
827 (MSN 9688) to French Army as 3827 Dec 1, 1946
828 crashed at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 18, 1943 and DBR
829 surveyed at Farmingdale AF, NY Apr 1, 1944
830 (MSN 9691) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3, 1949
831 to Army Ground Forces Sep 20, 1944
832 to Poland Dec 12, 1946
833 surveyed at Truax Oct 22, 1943
835 (MSN 9696) to French Army as 3835 Aug 19, 1944
836 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
837 salvaged Apr 29, 1946
838 to RFC at Steward May 21, 1945
839 to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
840 to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
841 to Army Ground Forces Nov 25, 1943
842 condemned due to accident Sep 18, 1943
843 condemned due to accident Oct 10, 1943
844 to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
845 condemned due to accident Nov 1, 1943
846 to Army Ground Forces Sep 27, 1944
847 to Army Ground Forces Nov 25, 1943
848 to USMC Nov 18, 1943
849 condemned due to accident Jan 8, 1944.
850 to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
851 to Army Ground Forces Oct 9, 1943
852 condemned due to accident Oct 14, 1943
853 sold Oct 16, 1946
854 to Australia Mar 17, 1944
855 to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
856 condemned Oct 31,1 944
857 condemned Sep 23, 1943
858 to Army Ground Forces Aug 9, 1944
859 to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1942
860 salvaged Jan 7, 1947
861 condemned Jun 15, 1944
862 condemned Jun 15, 1944
863 condemned due to accident Mar 14, 1945
864 condemned as obsolete Sep 16, 1943
865 condemned Jun 15, 1944
866 condemned Feb 10, 1946
867 condemned due to accident Sep 30, 1944
868 condemned Feb 10, 1946
869 condemned Jul 15, 1943
870 condemned Jan 31, 1945
871 condemned Jun 15, 1944
872 condemned Dec 31, 1945
873 condemned Jun 15, 1944
874 condemned Jun 15, 1944
875 condemned Oct 11, 1943
876 condemned Oct 31, 1944
877 condemned Jun 15, 1944
878 condemned Dec 31, 1945
879 condemned Jul 22, 1943
880 condemned Dec 31, 1945
881 condemned Jun 15, 1944
882 condemned Dec 31, 1945
883 sold Apr 16, 1947
884 surveyed at Lincoln AAF Jul 7, 1943
885 condemned Nov 30, 1945
886 condemned Apr 12, 1943
887 (MSN 9748) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3, 1949
888 to storage at Pyote AF, TX Sep 1949.
889 condemned due to damage Nov 16, 1944
890 to RFC at Lock Haven, PA Feb 5, 1945
891 to Army Ground Forces Apr 4, 1946
892 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
893 to ARmy Ground Forces Jul 24, 1943
894 surveyed at Richmond AB, VA Oct 6, 1944
895 to Poland Dec 12, 1946 as AP-AIY
896 salvaged Apr 30, 1946
897 (MSN 9758) to French Army as 3897 Aug 10, 1944
898 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
899 to RAF Jul 16, 1944.  To Swedish civil registry as SE-ATM
900 salvaged due to damage Dec 23, 1944
901 (MSN 9762) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  Condemned Mar 21, 1945.  To I-VINA
902 surveyed at Palm Springs AAF, CA Jun 11, 1944
903 salvaged May 17, 1945
904 to CL-26 at Richmond AB, VA Jun 4, 1943
905 to Army Ground Forces Oct 9, 1943
906 wrecked in landing accident at Air Depot Albuquerque, NM May 28, 1943.  To CL-26 May 30, 1943
907 diverted to Poland Dec 12, 1946 as SP-AGX
908 to Army Ground Forces Aug 14, 1943
909 sold Apr 16, 1947
910 to Army Ground Forces Aug 6, 1943
911 condemned Feb 10, 1944
912 to Army Ground Forces Aug 23, 1943
913 (MSN 9774) to FLC May 11, 1946.  To I-VERU
914 (MSN 9775) to French Army as 3914 Aug 19, 1944
915 to Poland Feb 1, 1947
916 to Army Ground Forces Aug 10, 1944
917 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
918 condemned due to engine failure Apr 26, 1945
919 (MSN 9780) to RFC at Cambden Nov 19, 1945.  On civil registry as N55926, painted with tail number 3919
920 to reclamation Apr 29, 1948
921 condemned Nov 30, 1945
922 sold Aug 27, 1946
923 surveyed at Rome AF, NY Feb 19, 1944
924 wrecked by high winds while parked at Sioux Falls, SD Aug 12, 1943
925 condemned Oct 31, 1944
926 condemned after accident Nov 5, 1943
927 to reclamaition Apr 29, 1948
928 to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
929 to RFC at Lock Haven, PA Feb 5, 1945
930 condemned Apr 16, 1947
931 sold Apr 16, 1947
932 to Army Ground Forces Jan 14, 1943
933 to Poland Dec 15, 1946 as SP-AGG.
934 surveyed at San Bernardino AF, CA May 3, 1943
935 condemned Nov 30, 1945
936 to RAAF Nov 19, 1943
937 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1943
938 surveyed at Rome AF, NY Aug 26, 1944
939 to Army Ground Forces Oct 12, 1944
940 surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Sep 1944
941 to CL-26 at Camp Pickett, VA Jan 9, 1943
942 salvaged Apr 3, 1946
943 salvaged Mar 4, 1946
944 to reclamation at Independence AF, MO Jun 6, 1947
945 to CL-26 at Keesler AF, TN May 9, 1943
946 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AKK
948 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
949 declared surplus at Camp Gruber Apr 1944.
950 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
951 condemned Nov 30, 1945
952 condemned Nov 30, 1945
953 condemned Nov 30, 1945
954 surveyed at Tuskegee AAF, AL May 16, 1944
955 condemned Nov 30, 1945
956 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-ALB
957 surveyed at Rome AF, NY Jul 21, 1944
958 to reclamation at Independence, MO Jun 6, 1947
959 wrecked 5 mi S of Savannah, GA Mar 19, 1943 and DBR
960 (MSN 9821) to French Army as 3960 Aug 10, 1944
961 to Army Ground Forces Oct 2, 1944
962 (MSN 9823) to French Army as 3962 Aug 19, 1944
963 condemned due to damage Nov 26, 1944
964 condemned Nov 30, 1945
965 to Army Ground Forces at Camp Chaffee Nov 30, 1942
966 to RFC Jul 5,1945
967 to RFC Feb 16, 1945
968 to RFC Dec 1, 1944
969 (MSN 9830) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To ZL-4B at Tinker AF, OK.  To CAP Nov 3, 1949
970 to RFC May 24, 1945
971 to CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3, 1949
972 surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Jul 20, 1944
973 to reclamation at Great Falls, AAF, MT Sep 24, 1948
974 to Switzerland Nov 25, 1946
975 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AIS
976 to Australia Sep 5, 1943
977 salvaged May 5, 1945
978 salvaged Jun 24, 1945
979 to Army Ground Forces Jan 14, 1943
980 to Army Ground Forces Feb 4, 1943
981 sold May 20, 1946
982 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AHD
983 surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Jul 20, 1944
984 to USMC Nov 18, 1943
985 surveyed Jul 17, 1943
986 salvaged Mar 4, 1946
987 to Army Ground Forces Aug 30, 1943
988 to CAP as ZL-4B Jul 11, 1950
989 to Army Ground Forces Oct 23, 1944
991 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
992 to Army Ground Forces Sep 7, 1944
993 to USMC Nov 18, 1943
994 to Army Ground Forces Nov 4, 1943
995 (MSN 9856) to French Army as 3995.  Condemned Nov 30, 1945.  To F-DAAm, CN-TUE
996 condemned Nov 30, 1945
997 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
998 (MSN 9859) sold Aug 27, 1946. To PI-C187, RP-C187
999 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1000 condemned Dec 31, 1945
1001 surveyed at Chico AAF, CA Jun 23, 1944
1002 to reclamation at Hill AAF, UT Jul 2, 1946
1003 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1004 (MSN 9865/10189) post-war conversion to L-4K.  Redesignated L-4K Aug 2, 1947.  To reclamation at Tinker AF, 
OK May 18, 1948.  Now with Army Aviation Heritage Foundation as N49844.
1005 to RFC May 26, 1945
1006 to Army Ground Forces Aug 2, 1944
1007 (MSN 9868) to Brazil for use in Italy sep 13, 1944.  Redesignated ZL-4B Jul 1, 1948.  To CAP Nov 3, 1949
1008 to Army Ground Forces Jan 14, 1943
1009 condemned after accident Jan 31, 1946
1010 to Army Ground Forces Aug 30, 1946
1011 sold Apr 16, 1947
1012 to Army Ground Forces Nov 14, 1943
1013 to RFC at Camp Mackall, NC Mar 1945
1014 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1015 to RFC at Camden Nov 19, 1945
1016 (MSN 9877) sold Oct 21, 1946.  To PI-C191, RP-C191
1017 to RFC at San Louis Obispo, CA Dec 12, 1944
1018 to RFC at Lunken Apt, OH Nov 5, 1945
1019 to Army Ground Forces Apr 27, 1945
1020 to Army Ground Forces Apr 27, 1945
1022 wrecked at Camp Livingston, MN Mar 10, 1943
1023 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1024 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1025 to reclamation at Independence AAF, MO Mar 31, 1947
1026 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1027 (MSN 9888) post-war conversion to L-4K.  Redesignated L-4K Jan 1, 1948.  To DPI at Tinker AF Mar 16, 1948
1028 to RFC Mar 16, 1945
1029 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
1030 condemned after accident Aug 2, 1943
1031 to Army Ground Forces Aug 10, 1944
1032 surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Sep 1, 1944
1033 condemned Feb 17, 1945
1034 to RFC at Camp Butner, NC Dec 18, 1944
1035 to RFC Mar 1945
1037 (MSN 9898) post-war conversion to L-4K.  Redesignated L-4K Aug 26, 1947.  To CAP Feb 13, 1951.
1038 to RFC at Camp MacKay, Hoffman, NC Mar 1945
1039 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1040 to RFC at Camden Nov 28, 1945
1041 to Army Ground Forces Oct 23, 1944
1042 to Poland Jun 12, 1946
1044 salvaged Aug 22, 1944
1045 salvaged Jul 6, 1944
1046 to Army Ground Forces Mar 23, 1943
1047 to Army Ground Forces Mar 23, 1943
1048 to Army Ground Forces Mar 23, 1943
1049 to CAP as ZL-4B Nov 3,1949
1050 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1051 to Army Ground Forces Oct 31, 1944.
1053 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1054 condemned Apr 14, 1946
1055 (MSN 9916) to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Jun 25, 1943.  To I-SASC
1056 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1057 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1058 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1059 (MSN 9920) condemned Nov 30, 1945.  Became F-BGQM.
1060 to CAP at Westover Field as ZL-4B Jul 18, 1950
1061 condemned Dec 31, 1943
1062 salvaged Feb 15, 1945
1063 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1064 to Army Ground Forces Mar 23, 1943
1065 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1066 to RFC Feb 6 ,1945
1067 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1068 (MSN 9929) condemned Nov 30, 1945.  Became F-PFQA (F-BFQA originally
reserved but NTU)
1069 to RFC Jan 8, 1945
1070 sent to Camp Young, CA Jan 16, 1942.  From there it was put into storagein 1945 and
then transferred to CAP and out of air force inventory.  Aircraft is now being
restored.
1071 sold Sep 17, 1946
1072 salvaged Sep 24, 1945
1073 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1074 to USAF Museum Sep 27, 1945.  Now on display at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, OK.
1075 to RFC Feb 6, 1945
1076 condemned Mar 23, 1944
1077 to RFC Dec 12, 1944
1078 to RFC at Lunken Nov 5, 1945
1079 to CAP as ZL-4B at Berry Field, TN.  To civil registry Feb 28, 1951.
1080 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1081 to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
1082 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1083 to RFC Dec 16, 1944
1084 (MSN 9945) became HB-OBB
1085 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1086 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1087 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1089 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1090 condemned Mar 23, 1943
1091 Jan 20, 1945
1092 (MSN 9953) to French Army as 4092 Aug 10, 1944
1093 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1094 wrecked at Bates Field, AL Mar 9, 1943 and DBR
1095 surveyed at Rome AF, NY Jul 20, 1944
1096 to CAP as ZL-4B at Tinker Nov 3, 1949
1097 salvaged Jun 8, 1945
1098 (MSN 9959) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To CAP as ZL-4B at Tinker Nov 3, 1949
1099 to Poland Dec 12, 1946 as SP-AFW
1100 to RFC Mar 1945
1101 to Army Ground Forces Jan 9, 1948
1102 to Army Ground Forces Oct 1, 1944
1103 crashed into Lake Ponchartrain, LA Feb 22, 1943.  Pilot killed
1104 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1105 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1106 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1107 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1108 to RFC at Augusta, GA Dec 11, 1944
1109 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1110 (MSN 9971) to French Army as 4110 Aug 10, 1944 .  Airworthy as N92191
1111 (MSN 9972) to Brazil for Use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To CAP as ZL-4B at Tinker Nov 3, 1949
1112 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1113 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1114 wrecked at Orlando AB, FL Jan 26, 1943
1115 condemend Nov 30, 1945
1116 salvaged as obsolete.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948
1117 sold Apr 16, 1947
1118 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1119 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1120 salvaged at Venice, IN Dec 31, 1943
1120 salvaged at Venice, IN Dec 31, 1945
1121 to RFC at Lansing Apr 20, 1945
1122 condemned due to tornado damage Jun 2, 1945
1123 wrecked at Cove Valley Apt, PA in landing accienet.  To CL-26 Mar 16, 1943
1124 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1125 wrecked 10 mi E of Nort Venice, IN Jun 16, 1943
1126 (MSN 9987) to Frenc Army as 4110.  Condemned Oct 7, 1947.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948
1127 salvaged Apr 30, 1945
1128 condemned Oct 7, 1947.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948.
1129 to RFC at Camden Jun 17, 1946
1130 salvaged Sep 4 1944
1131 condemned Nov 20, 1945
1132 condemned Nov 20, 1945
1133 (MSN 9994) believed originally allocated serial 42-59943.  To Norway Apr 15, 1947.
Became LN-SAT, then SE-CAL
1134 surveyed at Rome AF, NY Aug 26, 1944
1135 to RFC at Lunken, OH Nov 5, 1945
1136 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1137 condemned after accident Jul 29, 1943
1138 to RFC Jan 19 1945
1139 to Army Ground Forces Oct 31, 1944
1140 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1141 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1142 salvaged at Venice, IN Apr 8, 1944
1143 (MSN 10004) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To CAP as ZL-4B May 19, 1949
1144 to Army Ground Forces
1145 (MSN 10006) to Frency Army as 4145 May 17, 1944.  To civil registry as F-BFQY, then G-BBLH
Sep 24, 1973 (but registered with MSN 10549).  Still currrent.
1146 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AHC
1147 surveyed at Bartow AF, FL Feb 13, 1944
1148 to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
1149 to RFC Feb 15, 1945
1150 surveyed Jun 20, 1944
1151 to RFC Jan 11, 1945
1152 surveyed at Rome AF, NY Jul 21, 1944
1153 diverted to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AHN
1154 diverted to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AHN
1155 sold Apr 16, 1947
1156 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1157 condemned Mar 29, 1944
1158 condemned Aug 4, 1944
1159 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1160 sold Mar 9, 1946
1161 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1162 to Poland Feb 1, 1947 as SP-AGW
1163 salvaged Jun 29, 1945
1164 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1165 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1166 to Army Ground Forces May 15, 1944
1167 to RFC at Lockhaven, PA Feb 5, 1945
1168 to Army Ground Forces May 3, 1944
1169 condemned Oct 4, 1944
1170 to Army Ground Forces Apr 26, 1944
1171 to Army Ground Forces Jan 20, 1943
1173 condemned Jun 30, 1944
1174 to reclamation at Stout Field, IN May 13, 1946
1176 salvaged Jun 8, 1945
1178 condemned Apr 1, 1944
1179 to RFC Jan 19, 1944
1180 salvaged Feb 17, 1944
1181 condemned Mar 13, 1944
1182 condemned after accident Oct 30, 1943
1183 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1184 to Army Ground Forces Oct 31, 1944
1185 to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
1186 to Army Ground Forces Oct 31, 1944
1187 condemned after accident Oct 2, 1943
1188 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1189 to RFC Mar 12, 1945
1190 shipped to Netherlands West Indies via Newark, NJ Jan 10, 1943.  
Arrived Curacao May 1943, used by Aero Club Curacao, 12/45 crashed Hato and w/o.
1191 sold Aug 26, 1946
1192 (MSN 10053) shipped to Netherlands West Indies via Newark, 
NJ.  Jan 10, 1943 arrived Curacao May 1943, used by Aero Club Curacao, 01/49 registered as 
PJ-GAD
1193 condemned Feb 4, 1944
1194 condemned Dec 31, 1943
1195 salvaged Apr 16, 1944
1196 condemned Jun 1, 1949
1197 condemned after accident Dec 23, 1943
1198 salvaged as ZL-4G at Goose Bay, Labrador Nov 22, 1949
1199 to Australia Nov 18, 1943.
1200 salvaged Apr 15, 1944
1201 condemned due to engine failure Apr 27, 1945
1202 to Army Ground Forces Mov 23, 1943
1203 condemned for salvage Nov 13,1947
1204 to Army Ground Forces Dec 23, 1944
1205 salvaged Jun 8, 1945
1206 salvaged Jun 8, 1945
1207 condemned Apr 4, 1944
1208 condemned as missing Aug 7, 1944
1209 salvaged Nov 23, 1945
1210 salvaged May 11, 1945
1211 to Army Ground Forces Aug 2, 1944
1212 to reclamation at Hill Field Jun 20, 1946
1213 to RFC at Albany, NY Sep 27, 1945
1214 to Army Ground Forces Aug 2, 1944
1215 to RFC Feb 14, 1945
1216 condemned in Canada Jun 14, 1946
1217 to Army Ground Forces Aug 10, 1944
1218 to Army Ground Forces Jul 8, 1944
1219 to RFC at Lockburn, PA Feb 5, 1945
1220 condemned Apr 21, 1943
1221 condemned in Canada Jun 14, 1946
1222 sold at Newark, NJ Apr 29, 1946
1223 sold Apr 7, 1946
1224 to storage as ZL-4B at Pyote AAF, TX Sep 23, 1949
1225 (MSN 10086) to RFC at Albany, NY Jan 22, 1945.  Became NC60443, then OE-AEW,
then D-EGZA
1226 condemned Dec 1, 1945
1227 to RFC Feb 14, 1945
1228 wrecked at Ladd AAF, AK May 19, 1943
1229 (MSN 10040)to RFC Apr 28, 1945
1230 salvaged at Ft. Richardson, AK Sep 11, 1943
1231 to RFC Feb 14, 1945
1233 scrapped Dec 31, 1946
1234 to reclamation at East Harmon Jun 14, 1948
1235 condemned Apr 29, 1947, scrapped Mar 8, 1947
1236 condemned Apr 23, 1943
1237 condemned Apr 23, 1943
1238 condemned Apr 23, 1943
1239 condemned Apr 23, 1943
1240 condemned Apr 23, 1943
1241 condemned Apr 23, 1943
1242 condemned Apr 23, 1943
1243 condemned Oct 31, 1944
1244 (MSN 10105) condemned Apr 1, 1946.  To HB-OHA, D-ECAT
1245 condemned Oct 31, 1944
1246 condemned Oct 31, 1944
1247 condemned Oct 31, 1944
1248 condemned Oct 31, 1944
1249 condemned Dec 10, 1944
1250 condemned Dec 31, 1945
1251 condemned Jan 27, 1944
1252 to Army Ground Forces Jun 10, 1943
1253 condemned Nov 2, 1943
1254 condemned Aug 21, 1943
1255 condemned Jul 31, 1943
1256 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1257 to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
1258 to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
1259 to Army Ground Forces Feb 18, 1944
1260 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1261 to Poland Feb 14, 1947 as SP-AIZ
1262 (MSN 10123) believed originally allocated serial 42-60071.
Diverted to unknown location May 9, 1946.  Became SE-AWP, apparently
sold Oct 2003 to owner in Poland, registered SP-AWP Dec 30, 2003.
Its original identity is shown as 42-66062 (or 42-60072)
1263 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1264 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1265 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1266 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1267 condemned May 16, 1944
1268 condemned May 16, 1944
1269 condemned after landed on a mine Feb 10, 1945
1270 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1271 condemned as salvage Aug 24, 1945
1272 diverted to Poland Feb 1, 1947
1273 condemned Nov 30, 1945.
1274 condemned Nov 30, 1945.
1275 condemned Nov 30, 1945.
1276 condemned Nov 30, 1945.
1277 condemned Nov 30, 1945.
1278 condemned Nov 30, 1945.
1279 condemned as salvage Nov 30, 1945
1280 condemned May 1, 1946
1281 condemned Dec 31, 1943
1282 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1283 to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
1285 (MSN 10146) to Army Ground Forces Mar 2, 1943.  Sold on civil market Jan 23, 1945.  To civil registry as N57560 Jan 1945.
1286 to RFC Dec 16, 1944
1287 to RFC Dec 16, 1944
1288 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1289 to RFC at Wichita, KS Jan 9, 1945
1290 to RFC Jan 31, 1945
1291 to RFC Dec 1, 1944
1292 to RFC Jan 11, 1945
1293 to reclamation at Tinker Field May 18, 1948
1294 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1295 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1296 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1297 (MSN 10158) post-war conversion to L-4K.  To reclamation at Tinker AF, OK May 8, 1948
1298 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1299 to storage as ZL-4B at Little Rock, AK Aug 29, 1949
1300 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1301 to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Jun 10, 1943
1302 to RFC at Lock Haven, PA Jul 1, 1943
1303 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1304 to RFC at Camp Roberts, CA Dec 29, 1946
1305 to RFC at Camp Roberts, CA Dec 29, 1944
1306 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1307 salvaged Mar 4, 1946
1308 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1309 to Army Ground Forces Mar 22, 1943
1310 to RFC at Lockbury, PA Feb 5, 1944
1311 to Army Ground Forces May 9, 1945
1312 to RFC Dec 67, 1947
1313 (MSN 10174) to French Apr 14, 1947.  To Ets. C. Tuyot Apr 1948 as F-BDTA.
1314 to Camp McCoy, Wi Mar 20, 1943
1315 to Army Ground Forces Jun 4, 1943
1316 to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
1317 salvaged Feb 18, 1951
1318 to RFC Feb 15, 1945
1319 to RFC Jan 22, 1945
1320 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1321 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1322 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1323 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1324 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1325 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1326 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1327 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1328 to RFC Jan 19, 1945
1329 to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
1330 to RFC Dec 16, 1944
1331 to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
1332 to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
1333 to Army Ground Forces Mar 27, 1943
1334 to reclamation at Greenville AAF, MS May 18, 1948
1335 to reclamation at Tinker Field Feb 24, 1948
1336 (MSN 10197) post-war conversion to L-4K.  Redesignated ZL-4K Aug 26, 1947.  To reclamation at Tinker Field Sep 20, 1949
1337 to RFC Dec 30, 1944
1338 to RFC Dec 30, 1944
1339 to RFC Dec 30, 1944
1340 to RFC at Camp Shelby, MS Dec 30, 1944
1341 to Belgium Mar 5, 1947
1342 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1343 to Poland Jun 12, 1946 as SP-AKP
1344 to Army Ground Forces Jun 10, 1943
1345 to Army Ground Forces Jun 4, 1943
1346 to RFC Mar 1945
1347 wrecked at Camp Hyder, AL in windstorm Aug 12, 1943
1348 wrecked at Camp Hyder, AL in windstorm Aug 12, 1943.
1349 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
1350 to Army Ground Forces Mar 31, 1943
1351 to RFC Dec 16, 1944
1352 to RFC Dec 1, 1944
1353 to RFC Dec 1, 1944
1354 to Army Ground Forces Apr 1, 1943
1355 to reclamation as ZL-4B at Tinker Field Aug 12, 1948
1356 condemned as salvage Jun 28, 1946
1357 to RFC Feb 5, 1947
1358 to Army Ground Forces Apr 3, 1942
1359 to reclamation at Tinker Field Mar 28, 1948
1360 (MSN 10221) to Army Ground Forces Apr 3, 1943.  To RAF as VM286 with RAF A&AEE Sep 1945, fitted with 
Brodie System.  W/o on first trial takeoff  SOC Mar 18, 1946.  Air Arsenal quotes this as being 43-630
1361 to Army Ground Forces Apr 3, 1943
1362 to reclamation at Tinker Field Jul 11, 1947
1363 to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
1364 sold Apr 16, 1947
1365 to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
1366 to RFC at Ft Jackson, NC Jan 4, 1945
1367 to reclamation Oct 21, 1948
1369 to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
1370 to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
1371 to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
1372 to RFC at Muskogee, OK Dec 13, 1945
1373 to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
1374 to RFC at Lock Haven, PA Jan 29, 1945
1377 to Army Ground Forces Apr 10, 1943
1378 to CAP as ZL-4B Sep 23, 1944
1379 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1380 salvaged Oct 16, 1944
1381 condemned as salvage Sep 10, 1944
1383 (MSN 10244) to French Army as 4383 May 17, 1944.  Became F-BFYF, cancelled.  Registered G-BYSO Feb 19, 1991
Displayed in French Army markings with code XC.
1384 condemned Apr 14, 1946
1385 to RFC Dec 12, 1944
1386 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1387 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1388 (MSN 10244) post-war conversion to L-4K
1389 to RFC Jan 4, 1945.
1390 to CAP Feb 26, 1948
1391 (MSN 10252) to reclamation at Tinker Field May 18, 1948
1392 to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 28, 1945
1393 to RFC at Cam Putner, NC Feb 6, 1945
1394 to RFC at Cam Putner, NC Feb 6, 1945
1395 to RFC at Cam Putner, NC Feb 6, 1945
1396 to RFC at Cam Putner, NC Feb 6, 1945
1397 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1398 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1399 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1400 salvaged Nov 17, 1945
1401 condemn ed Nov 30, 1945
1402 (MSN 10263) condemned Aug 3, 1946.  To D-ECED, to D-EGOV.  Destroyed 1984
1403 salvaged Apr 24, 1946
1404 (MSN 10265) to RAF A&AEE May 1943 for trials of the Brodie system, retained USAAF markings.  Salvaged Apr 21, 1945.  
1405 condemned Aug 31, 19o44
1406 salvaged Aug 31, 1944
1407 salvaged May 25, 10945
1408 to RFC May 20, 1945
1409 to RFC May 20, 1045.  Seen at Sun 'n Fun 2002.  Not sure if it is the original article.
1410 to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 19,1945
1411 (MSN 10272) to RFC Mar 30, 1945.  Became NC46784, then N46784.  Then
C-GVGM, then F-BHHQ (F-GJMQ originally allocated but NTU)
1412 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1413 to Army Ground Forces Aug 23, 1944
1415 to Army Ground Forces Apr 15, 19453
1416 to RFC Jan 5, 1945
1417 to RFC Jan 22, 1945
1418 salvaged Mar 2, 1945
1419 to Army Ground Forces Apr 15, 1943
1422 to RFC Jan 5, 1945
1423 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1424 to Army Ground Forces Jun 4, 1943
1425 to Army Ground Forces Apr 15, 19o43
1426 to RFC Feb 6, 1945
1427 wrecked NE of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico Aug 15, 1943 and DBR
1428 salvaged Oct 9, 1945
1429 to RFC Mar 1945
1430 (MSN 10291) diverted to France Apr 1 ,1947.  Became F-BEGF.  To F-BGXF then in Jul 1984 to G-BHVV
1431 to Army Ground Forces Apr 17, 1942
1432 (MSN 10293) became HB-OUF, then HB-OCW.  Registration F-GOAD
reserved
1433 to RFC Oct 4, 1945
1434 to Army Ground Forces Apr 17, 1943
1435 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1436 to Army Ground Forces Apr 18, 1943
1437 to RFC Dec 16, 1944
1439 (MSN 10300) to RFC Jan 8, 1945.  Current as N50364
1440 to reclamation at Tinker AF May 18, 1948
1441 to RFC at New Orleans AF, LA May 30, 1945
1442 to RFC Dec 30, 1944
1443 to reclamation as ZL-4B at Tinker AF Sep 24, 1948
1444 to Army Ground Forces Dec 28, 1944
1445 to Army Ground Forces Apr 11, 1943
1446 to Army Ground Forces Apr 11, 1943
1447 to Army Ground Forces May 9, 1945
1448 salvaged as obsolete Oct 7, 1947
1449 to Army Ground Forces Apr 21, 1942
1450 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1451 to RFC Mar 12, 1945
1452 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1453 to RFC Mar 12, 1945
1454 to RFC Dec 12, 1944
1455 sold on civil market as ZL-4B Mar 28, 1950
1456 to RFC Dec 4, 1945
1457 to RFC Dec 12, 1945
1458 to Army Ground Forces Jan 20, 1945
1459 to Army Ground Forces Apr 24, 1943
1461 to RFC Oct 4, 1945
1462 to RFC Feb 5, 1945
1463 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
1465 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1466 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1468 condemed for salvage Jul 7, 1945
1469 condemned Nov 30, 1945
1470 condemned Nov 30, 1945.
43-2909 ... 43-2909
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1205.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2910 ... 43-2910
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1203.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2911 ... 43-2912
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
2911 MSN 5-1201
2912 MSN 5-1206
43-2913 ... 43-2913
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1125.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2914 ... 43-2914
Piper L-4D Grasshopper
MSN 9059.  J-3F-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.  Became
NC46448, then N46448, then HB-OWX, then OE-ABF, then D-ELSU,
then OY-ANK
43-2915 ... 43-2920
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
2915 MSN 5-1224
2916 MSN 5-1238
2917 MSN 5-1237
2918 MSN 5-1236
2919 MSN 5-1153
2920 MSN 5-1208
43-2921 ... 43-2921
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1096.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2922 ... 43-2922
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1144.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2923 ... 43-2923
Piper L-4C Grasshopper
MSN MSN 7555.  J-3L-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2924 ... 43-2924
Piper L-4D Grasshopper
MSN 7521.  J-3F-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2925 ... 43-2925
Piper L-4C Grasshopper
MSN 9067.  J-3F-65 Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user 
43-2926 ... 43-2926
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1141. J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2927 ... 43-2927
Piper L-4C Grasshopper
MSN 7577.  J3L-65 cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2928 ... 43-2929
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian user
2928 MSN 5-1161
43-2930 ... 43-2931
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
2930 MSN 5-1308
43-2932 ... 43-2932
Piper L-4C Grasshopper
MSN 9070.  J3L-65 Bub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2933 ... 43-2933
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1272.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2934 ... 43-2935
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
2934 MSN 5-1240
2935 MSN 5-1328
43-2936 ... 43-2936
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1331.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2937 ... 43-2939
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
2937 MSN 5-1407
2938 MSN 5-866
2939 MSN 5-871
43-2940 ... 43-2940
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1095.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2941 ... 43-2941
Piper L-4E Grasshopper
MSN 5-1337.  J-4A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user. 
43-2942 ... 43-2946
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
2942 MSN 5-1151
2943 MSN 5-1218
2944 MSN 5-1214
2945 MSN 5-1220
2946 MSN 5-1296
43-2947 ... 43-2947
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1299.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user 
43-2948 ... 43-2948
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-106.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2949 ... 43-2949
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1301.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2950 ... 43-2951
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
2950 (MSN 5-1274) original civilian identity was NC41184.  After
military use cecame NC54464, then N5446r.  Registered Dec 19, 2006
to private user as VH-FIV.
2951 (MSN 5-1285) 
43-2952 ... 43-2953
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
2952 MSN 5-1284
2953 MSN 5-1362
43-2954 ... 43-2958
Piper L-4E Grasshopper
J-4E Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
2954 MSN 4-1612.  Current as N59599
2955 MSN 4-1623
2956 MSN 4-1599
2957 MSN 4-1642.  To N62302, cancelled Feb 15, 1956
2958 MSN 4-1643
43-2959 ... 43-2962
Piper L-4C Grasshopper
J3L-65 Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
2959 MSN 7318
2960 MSN 7346.  Current as N49901
2961 MSN 7546
2962 MSN 7634
43-2963 ... 43-2963
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1103.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2964 ... 43-2966
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
2964 MSN 5-1225
2965 MSN 5-946
2966 MSN 5-1068
43-2967 ... 43-2967
Piper L-4C Grasshopper
MSN 9068.  Cub J3L-65 impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2968 ... 43-2970
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
2968 MSN 5-1122
2969 MSN 5-1226
2970 MSN 5-1060
43-2971 ... 43-2972
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
2971 MSN 5-1298
2972 MSN 5-1322
43-2973 ... 43-2974
Piper L-4E Grasshopper
J-4E Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
2973 MSN 4-1307
2974 MSN 4-1378
43-2975 ... 43-2977
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian user
2975 MSN 5-1273
2976 MSN 5-1281
2977 MSN 5-1289
43-2978 ... 43-2978
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1282.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user. 
43-2979 ... 43-2979
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1336.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2980 ... 43-2980
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1346.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user 
43-2981 ... 43-2983
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
2981 MSN 5-1343
2982 MSN 5-1292
2983 MSN 5-1334
43-2984 ... 43-2984
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1380.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2985 ... 43-2988
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
2985 MSN 5-1090
2986 MSN 5-1361
2987 MSN 5-1279
2988 MSN 5-1360
43-2989 ... 43-2990
Piper L-4E Grasshopper
J-4E Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
2989 MSN 4-1632
2990 MSN 4-1640
43-2991 ... 43-2991
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1317.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
43-2992 ... 43-2992
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1324 J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user. 
43-2993 ... 43-2993
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1311 J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.
43-2994 ... 43-2994
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
MSN 5-1344.  J-5B Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user
43-2995 ... 43-2996
Piper L-4C Grasshopper
J-3F-65 Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users.
2995 MSN 9058
2996 MSN 9057
43-2997 ... 43-2998
Piper L-4G Grasshopper
J-5B Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users
2997 MSN 5-1359
2998 MSN 5-1376
43-2999 ... 43-3002
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
J-5A Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
2999 MSN 5-1377
3000 MSN 5-1371
3001 MSN 5-1384
3002 MSN 5-1383
43-3003 ... 43-3008
Piper L-4E Grasshopper
J-4E Cubs impressed by USAAF from civilian users 
3003 MSN 4-1644
3004 MSN 4-1608
3005 MSN 4-1637
3006 MSN 4-1633
3007 MSN 4-1638
3008 MSN 4-1627
43-3009 ... 43-3258
Piper TG-8 
MSN G-1/G-250.  Training glider version of L-4 Grasshopper.
3009 (MSN G-1) started life as L-4 MSN 9102.  Reconverted to L-4 and became
NC46490, then N46490, then D-EMUG, then OY-EFM not taken up,
then registered Jul 14, 2004 as OY-EEE (registered as L-4
MSN 9102.
3002 (MSN G-2) believed sold to Akron Airways, Akron, OH Jan 1945.
3011 (MSN G-3) to NC49500 Jun 9, 1945, later N49500, current. Converted to J3C-65 Feb 5, 1947. Converted to seaplane Feb 1950.
3017 (MSN G-9) to N46318. Converted to J3C-65. Registration revoked.
3023 (MSN G-15) believed sold to Southeastern Air Services, Atlanta, GA.
3024 (MSN G-16) to N46488. Converted to J3C-65. Registration revoked.
3029 (MSN G-21) to N1374V, canx Nov 1, 1950.
3039 (MSN G-31) to N46471. Converted to J3L-65. Last registered with Evergreen Vintage Aircraft at McMinnville, OR, 
canx Dec11, 2012.
3041 (MSN G-33) believed sold to Southeastern Air Services, Atlanta, GA.
3043 (MSN G-35) to N49583; N18EH, current. Converted to J3C-65.
3049 (MSN G-41) in accident at Bates Field, AL Feb 3, 1943.
3055 (MSN G-47) in accident at Bates Field, AL Nov 12, 1942.
3060 (MSN G-52) to N46314, canx Jul 31, 2012. Converted to J3C-65.
3062 (MSN G-54) to N46626, current.
3065 to US Navy as XNLP-1 BuNo 36425
3069 (MSN G-61) in accident at Bates Field, AL Feb 7, 1943. Registered as N49451 12Nov46, canx Jan 3, 1952. 
Converted to J3C-65.
3070 to US Navy as XNLP-1 BuNo 36426
3075 to US Navy as XNLP-1 BuNo 36427
3079 (MSN G-71) believed sold to Lysdale Flying Service, Victory Airport, Minneapolis, MN.
3081 (MSN G-73) to N46304, current. Converted to J3C-65
3084 (MSN G-76) to N48311, current. Converted to J3C-65
3090 (MSN G-82) to N9726H, current. Converted to J3C-65
3091 (MSN G-83) to NC65410, later N65410. Converted to J3L-65. Canx May 35, 1965.
3094 (MSN G-86) to N48682, current. Converted to J3C-65
3095 (MSN G-87) to NR46914 Feb 7, 1945. Converted to J3C-65 Sep 27, 1945. Cancelled May 25, 1949.
3099 (MSN G-91) to NC49586, Registration revoked. Converted to J3C-65.
3103 (MSN G-95) to NC46286, current. Converted to J3C-65.
3107 (MSN G-99) to N48312, canx Aug 7, 1975. Converted to J3C-65.
3112 (MSN G-104) believed sold to Lester Caplan, University City, MO.
3113 (MSN G-105) to N46917, canx Oct 17, 1980. Converted to J3C-65.
3120 (MSN G-112) to NC49594, canx Feb 1, 1971. Converted to J-3.
3121 (MSN G-113) to NC49595 Feb 19, 1945, expired Mar 31, 2011. Converted to J3C-65 Jul 10, 1945.
3124 (MSN G-116) to NC47049 14Jan46, canx 27Oct49. Converted to J3C-75 May 1946. Stolen Oct 1948 but registration 
cancelled as “washout Aug 9, 1949”.
3127 (MSN G-119) believed sold to CD Stoltzfus, Coatesville, PA.
3132 (MSN G-124) to NC46489 Mar 27, 1945, later N46489, current. Converted to J3F-65 Feb 5, 1947. [documents 
record MSN G-124 but quote USAAF 43-3118]
3133 (MSN G-125) to NC49598 Feb 17, 1945, canx Jun 30, 1970.
3134 (MSN G-126) to N62422, canx Apr 29, 2013. Converted to J3F-65.
3135 (MSN G-127) to N59498, current. Converted to J3C-65.
3137 (MSN G-129) to N48683, later re-registered as N88683, current.
3139 (MSN G-131) in accident near Selma, AL Mar 10, 1943.
3140 (MSN G-132) to N50028, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
3143 (MSN G-135) believed sold to Central States Aircraft & Supply Co., Ogallala, NE.
3145 (MSN G-137) believed sold to Southeastern Air Services, Atlanta, GA.
3147 (MSN G-139) to N50241, canx Jun 22, 1976. Converted to J3C-65. 
3152 (MSN G-144) to N51039, current. Converted to J3F-65. 
3154 (MSN G-146) to N49611, canx Mar 19, 2013. Converted to J3C-65. 
3158 (MSN G-150) believed sold to Central States Aircraft & Supply Co., Ogallala, NE.
3163 (MSN G-155) to N8482H, canx Aug 5, 2013. Converted to J3C-65
3164 (MSN G-156) to N48112, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
3167 (MSN G-159) to N49614, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
3172 (MSN G-164) to N54903, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
3178 (MSN G-170) to NC46305 Nov 1945. Converted to J3C-65 Jun 1, 1946. Re-registered as N44D Nov 1953, current.
3182 (MSN G-174) converted to J3C-65. To CF-RQV 1976, cancelled on export to USA Aug 16, 1994. To N41147, current.
3184 (MSN G-176) to N49618, registration revoked. Converted to J3C-65. 
3190 (MSN G-182) to N48947, current. Converted to J3C. 
3192 (MSN G-184) to N46627, current with the Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, Hood River, OR.
3195 (MSN G-187) to N46915, registration revoked. Converted to J-3. 
3197 (MSN G-189) to N49621, current. Converted to J3L-65. 
3204 (MSN G-196) to N51454, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
3216 (MSN G-208) believed sold to Roscoe Magee, London, KY.
3220 (MSN G-212) to N49624, current. Converted to J3C-65. 
3222 (MSN G-214) to N46311, canx Feb 27, 1956. Converted to J3F-65. 
3223 (MSN G-215) rebuilt as Piper Cub and became NC49625, then N49625, cancelled on export to Switzerland Nov 5, 1957.
then converted to J-3C and registered HB-OXD.
3248 (MSN G-240) believed sold to Kenneth Starns, Conway, AR.
3251 (MSN G-243) to N49632, Bill of Sale from RFC Jan 22, 1945. Converted to J3F-65. Converted to J-3, Aug 7, 1947. 
Converted to J3C-65, Oct 14, 1947. Un-airworthy Mar 24, 1949; registration revoked Nov 17, 1971; canx Jul 27, 2009. 
3258 (MSN G-250) to N49869, registration revoked. Converted to J3C-65.
43-12499 ... 43-12501
Piper TG-8
MSN G-251/253.  Glider version of L-4 Grasshopper.  Evaluated by USN as XLNP-1.  These were ordered as Army
replacements for 43-3065, 43-3070, and 43-3075 that went to US Navy.
12499 (MSN G-2510 to Nc46306  Convertedt J3C-65
43-29048 ... 43-29246
Piper L-4A Grasshopper
MSN 10339/10537.  Model J3C-65D
29049 (MSN 10340) converted to L-4H
29062 (MSN 10353) lost to US Ground Forces Jun 4, 1943
29073 (MSN 10364) converted to L-4H
29080 (MSN 10371) to N51524
29081 (MSN 10372) to N51525
29085 (MSN 10376) to N48691.
29093 (MSN 10384) became F-BEGU Mar 25, 1948, then F-OTAN-2 Jul 31, 1958, then reverted to F-BEGU
Aug 17, 1962.
29105 (MSN 10396) to N49639
29112 (MSN 10403) on civil registry as N221NJ
29120 to LN-MAT
29124 (MSN 10415) to N51528
29127 to OO-SOC
29128 (MSN 10419) to N51529
29132 to Polish civil registry as SP-AGB
29137 to N51531
29139 (MSN 10430) to N51532
29144 (MSN 10435) converted to L-4H
29149 to N49904
29150 (MSN 10441) converted to L-4H.  Post-war conversion to L-4K
29152 (MSN 10443) to N51533
29156 (MSN 10447) in crash at Spencer Range, Tennessee Aug 18, 1944.  Pilot injured, plane was w/o.
29164 (MSN 10455) to N51534
29166 (MSN 10457) became HB-ODN
29168 (MSN 10459) to N51535
29172 (MSN 10463) converted to L-4H
29173 (MSN 10464) converted to L-4H
29175 (MSN 10466) converted to L-4H
29176 (MSN 10467) to N51537
29183 to Polish civil registry as SP-AHO
29187 (MSN 10478) became OO-ADI, then F-BFQP, then F-BDTP.
Registered G-BCOM Sep 27, 1974.
29189 (MSN 10480) to civil registry as N51538
29191 to Polish civil registry as SP-AHR
29194 (MSN 10485) to N46777
29195 (MSN 10486) became SE-ASR, then D-EDOZ, then SE-ASR again.
29200 (MSN 10491) to N51539
29207 to F-OAFA then OO-GOS
29213 to Polish civil registry as SP-AIX
29215 (MSN 10506) to German civil registry as D-EBUS, OE-ANN
29217 to Polish civil registry as SP-AIU
29228 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALE
29233 (MSN 10524) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFP.  Now on
display at Polish Air Museum, Krakow, Poland.
29237 (MSN 10528, fuselage no. 10353) to French Army Aug 11, 1943 as 329237.  Registered F-BCDX Mar 1, 1960, current
29238 (MSN 10529) to French Army as 329238, then became F-OAEZ, then F-BBSQ, 
then G-BBUU Jan 14, 1974 (but registered with MSN 10354, which
is its frame number)
29240 (MSN 10531) to French Army as 329240
29242 (MSN 10533) to French Army as 329242
29243 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALX
29244 (MSN 10535) to French Army as 329244.  Became F-BGXS
29245 (MSN 10536) to French Army as 329245.  To F-OAJF, F-BBQC, then G-KIRK
43-29247 ... 43-30547
Piper L-4H Grasshopper
Model J3C-65D.  MSN 10538/11838
29247	(MSN 10538)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329247
29248	(MSN 10539) to French Army [ALAT] as 329248
29249	(MSN 10540) to French Army [ALAT] as 329249
29250	(MSN 10541)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329250
29251	(MSN 10542)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329251
29252	(MSN 10543)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329252
29253	(MSN 10544)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329253
29254	(MSN 10545)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329254
29255	(MSN 10546) to French Army [ALAT] as 329255
29256	(MSN 10547)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329256
29257	(MSN 10548)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329257
29259	(MSN 10550)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329259. Registered N32055, MSN 43-29259, canx 31May11.
29260	(MSN 10551)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329260
29261	(MSN 10552)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329261
29262	(MSN 10553)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329262
29263	(MSN 10554)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329263
29264	(MSN 10555)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329264
29265	(MSN 10556)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329265
29266	(MSN 10557)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329266
29267	(MSN 10558)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329267
29268	(MSN 10559) to French Army [ALAT] as 329268
29269	(MSN 10560)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329269
29270	(MSN 10561)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329270
29277	(MSN 10568)	to Czech AF; D-EFOG. Destroyed 28 Sep 68
29282 (MSN 10573) to US civil registry as N46779.  Seen May 30, 2009
at small farm strip in UK in Staffordshire.
29300 (MSN 10591) in 1963 with New York Wing of Civil Air Patrol as N2175Y.  Current airworthiness 
certificate issued Sep 18 1954.
29304 (MSN 10595) to I-GINU
29315 (MSN 10606) became N51550, then TF-JMF, then TF-CUB
29321 (MSN 10612) to SL-AAZ, D-EDOH
29332 (MSN 10623) registered N20PM, current
29354 (MSN 10645) to civil registry as N47382
29377 (MSN 10668) to OO_RVC, D-EGOR, destroyed Oct 15, 1969
39384 9MSN 10675) to I-GINU, D-EHIT
29405 (MSN 10696) to civil registry as F-BCPV, then G-BCOB Sep 19, 1974
29416 (MSN 10707) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMB
29467 (MSN 10758) to French Army as 329467
29471 (MSN 10762) to French Army as 329471, then became F-BGXA.   Registered
G-BGXA Mar 1, 1978 but with MSN 11170.  Now registered with correct MSN of 10762.  Currently
airworthy and painted to represent an aircraft from the 30th Infantry division.
29472	(MSN 10763)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329472
29476	(MSN 10767)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329476
29478	(MSN 10769)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329478
29479	(MSN 10770)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329479
29482	(MSN 10773)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329482
29483	(MSN 10774)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329483
29485 (MSN 10776) became PH-NAE, then PH-NFI, then registered D-EDIF Mar 29, 1956.  Badly damaged 
Aug 14, 1956 at Lubeck, West Germany.  Registration cancelled Nov 25, 1957.   Rebuilt and 
restored and registered as D-EHYM Jun 6, 1958, current.  Modified Jun 1987 to J-3C-85
29489 (MSN 10780) registered G-AKAA Jun 23, 1947, then
became EC-GQE Oct 1996.  Reported still flying in Spain as EC-GQE.
29495	(MSN 10786)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329495
29502	(MSN 10793)	to HB-OUX; D-EFER; LN-TSI [ntu]
29513	(MSN 10804)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329513
29537 (MSN 10828) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMG
29564 (MSN 10855) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMH
29567 (MSN 10858) became LN-MAP, then SE-CEW, then OY-AFG.  In 2014 was flying in military markings again named "D-Day Doll"
29572 (MSN 10863) became F-BBQB, then G-AXVV Jan 7 1970.
Registration cancelled Apr 12, 1999.  Noted Apr 1996 stored
at Rathcoole, Republic of Ireland.  Still there Apr 2003.
29584 (MSN 10875) became SE-AUM, then D-ELOL, then SE-AUM again
29594 (MSN 10885). Became F-BHMQ, then G-BROR Dec 7, 1989
29601 (MSN 10892) to civil registry as F-BETI, then G-AXHR.
29609 (MSN 10900) to I-MICI
29614 (MSN 10905) became I-NITA
29646 (MSN 10937) became HB-OCP
29649 (MSN 10940) to S. Sesstvedt Mar 1948 as LN-SAO.  To Swedish civil registry as SE-CAK
29655 (MSN 10946) to OK-APR, D-ECYB, destroyed Jan 4, 1963
29660 (MSN 10951) registered OO-AAO Jul 31, 1946.  Registered G-AITP Mar 13, 1972.
To Swedish civil registry Nov 1, 1988 as SE-BEL
29662 (MSN 10953) to HB-OEH, D-EKEB.  Destoryed Mar 1971
29669 (MSN 10960) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMG
29681 (MSN 10972) to N46441, D-EKEP, destroyed Jul 24, 1959
29702 (MSN 10993) became G-AIYX Apr 2, 1947, then D-EHAL Jan 1956, then HB-OGG
29703 to Swedish civil registry as SE-BUZ
29707 (MSN 10998) became F-BDTG.  Registered G-BFBY Sep 29, 1977.
29714 (MSN 11005) to HB-OFG, D-ELUM
29728 to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUD
29739 (MSN 11030) became HB-OHD then D-EGIS, then OE-CEX.  Crashed in Austria Sep 22, 2012
29744 (MSN 11035) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALK
29767 (MSN 11058) to I-MILY
29768 (MSN 11059) became HB-OCR
29774 (MSN 11065) became SE-AWE then OY-DHN
29782 (MSN 11073) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALC
29823 (MSN 11114) to HB-OFC, EC-AKP, HB-OUC, EC-AKP, F-GNFR
29832 (MSN 11123) flyable at Peachtree City, GA as N29832
29845 (MSN 11136) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGZ
29854 (MSN 11145) registered as F-BFBA in France, now as G-BMKC in Northern Ireland.
29861 (MSN 11152) to French Army as 329861
29866 (MSN 11157) to French Army as 329866
29867 (MSN 11158) to French Army as 329867
29868 (MSN 11159) to French Army as 329868
29871 (MSN 11162) to French Army as 329871
29872 (MSN 11163) to French Army as 329872, then became F-BCZK.  To G-AGVV Feb 19, 1981.  Still
current on UK civil register but certificate of airworthiness expired Sep 2, 2004.
29873 (MSN 11164) to French Army as 329873.  
29874 (MSN 11165) to French Army as 329874.  To F-DAFG then to Moroccan civil registry as CN-TUB
29875 (MSN 11166) to French Army as 329875.
29876 (MSN 11167) to French Army as 329876
29877 (MSN 11168) to French Army as 329877, then became F-BEGM.  To G-BCNX Sep 17, 1974.
29878 (MSN 11169) to French Army as 329878.
29879 (MSN 11170) to French Army as 329879.
29880 (MSN 11171) to French Army as 329880. 
29882 (MSN 11173) to French Army as 329882, then became F-BBIK
29883	(MSN 11174)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329883
29884	(MSN 11175) to French Army [ALAT] as 329884
29885	(MSN 11176)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329885
29886	(MSN 11177)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329886
29887	(MSN 11178)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329887
29888	(MSN 11179)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329888
29889	(MSN 11180)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329889
29890	(MSN 11181)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329890
29891	(MSN 11182)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329891
29893	(MSN 11184) to French Army [ALAT] as 329893.  Registered F-BGQL, cancelled.  Registered HB-OVG
29895	(MSN 11186)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329895
29897	(MSN 11188)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329897
29898	(MSN 11189) to French Army [ALAT] as 329898
29899 (MSN 11190) became HB-ONR on Peruvian civil registry, then to Spanish civil registry as EC-AKQ 
29900 (MSN 11191) to HB-OFF, D-ENEL May 14, 1956, cancelled Jan 7, 1970.  Destroyed Nov 9, 1969 by a gust
of wind while parked at Osnabruck-Atterheide, West Germany
29902	(MSN 11193)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329902
29903	(MSN 11194)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329903
29904	(MSN 11195)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329904
29906	(MSN 11197)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329906
29909	(MSN 11200)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329909
29910	(MSN 11201)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329910
29911	(MSN 11202)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329911
29913	(MSN 11204)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329913
29916	(MSN 11207)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329916
29919 (MSN 11210) to Swiss civil registry as HB-ONN, then to Austrian civil registry as OE-ABE, then D-EKWU then
OE-ABE again
29920 (MSN 11211) to French Army as 329920.  To F-OAIK then to Moroccan civil registry as CN-TVI
29921	(MSN 11212)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329921
29926	(MSN 11217)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329926
29928	(MSN 11219)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329928
29929	(MSN 11220)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329929
29930	(MSN 11221)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329930
29932	(MSN 11223)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329932
29933	(MSN 11224)	to French Army [ALAT] as 329933
29934 (MSN 11225) to French Army as 329934, then became F-BCZA.  Registered G-BCPH Dec 13, 1974.
29935 (MSN 11226) to French Army as 329935
29939 (MSN 11230) to French Army as 329939
29940 (MSN 11231) became HB-OIO on Swiss civil registry 
29945 (MSN 11236) to French Army as 329945
29952 (MSN 11243) became SE-ATL on Swedish civil registry
29957 (MSN 11248) to French Army as 329957
29963 (MSN 11254) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKN
29964 (MSN 11255) became I-FIVI, then G-AKRA Jun 15, 1984.  Still
current on UK civil registry Aug 7, 2006 but no certificate
of airworthiness.  Believed under rebuild
29969 (MSN 11260) to French Army as 329969.  To F-BEGH, CN-TTI, PI-C419, RP-C419
29978 (MSN 11269 to PI-C162, RP-C162
29988 (MSN 11279) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKD
30004 (MSN 11295) became G-AIYV Apr 2, 1947, deregistered May 1958
as sold to US owner as N9830F.  This registration appears to
have been NTU, and aircraft became N9829F, the D-EGZG,
Registered Jan 13, 2005 as SP-KUB.
30007 to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUS
30008 (MSN 11299) to Czech AF, then to OK-AOY, to D-EMYM.  Destroyed Dec 30, 1972.
30013 (MSN 11304) became LN-MAE then SE-CET.
30022 (MSN 11313) to HB-OAI, cancelled.
Registered D-EMAT Jun 8, 1956; cancelled Oct 12, 1976.  WFU at Oberschleissheim, West Germany.
Restored as D-EMAT Apr 20, 1990; current
30034 (MSN 11325)
30036 (MSN 11327) operated by 12th TRS, 8th AF.  became OO-JOE, then OO-AJL.  Registered G-BLPA
Sep 27, 1984.  Cancelled Feb 14, 2014 on export to France.  To French civil registry as F-AYZA Apr 14, 2014.
30052 (MSN 11343) became F-OAEB, then F-BHEB, then F-GRVN
30063 (MSN 11354) to OO-JAN and registered G-LIVH Mar 31, 1994.
30069 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALH
30073 (MSN 11364) to French Army as 356 and then SL-AAK. Later became D-ECIV.
30088 (MSN 11379) to PH-NAB, then registered D-ENIX May 8, 1956, cancelled May 23, 1956, then HB-OWS.
30091 (MSN 11382) became HB-OEI
30096 to Polish civil registry as SP-AHN
30097 (MSN 11388) to HB-ZAD, F-BETA, TU-TBZ
30100 (MSN 11391) to OO-AAM, OO-AIR, F-OAHQ, CN-TTJ
30119 flying in Australia as VH-DIT
30131 (MSN 11422) to civil registry as HB-OFN, F-BFYN, then G-BPYN Jul 23, 2982 and still current at Yarcombe,
Devon Aug 2015.
30147 (MSN 11438) to I-REDO
30155 (MSN 11446) became F-BGXC
30159 (MSN 11450) to OO-AAP, D-ENAK.  W/o Jun 1, 1977.
30166 (MSN 11457) became F-BFCX, reregistered F-BEJZ
30195 (MSN 11486) became HB-OGC
30205 (MSN 11496) delivered Feb 9, 1944, SOC Apr 1, 1946.  to civil registry as OO-DAA Jul 5, 1946.  Was switched
during civil conversion and registered OO-DAB with MSN 12068.  Crahsed Jul 11, 1949 at Kalmhout,
Antwerp, Belgium
30211 (MSN 11502) became HB-OUS
30215 to Polish civil registry as SP-AOA
30234 (MSN 11525) converted post-war to Letouny K-68 as OK-YKG
30236 (MSN 11527) to civil registry as OO-ALL Jun 13, 1946, 
then to F. Moretti May 1948 as F-BEGK.  Registered
G-BJTO Dec 1, 1981.  Reregistered G-KURK Jan 6, 2009 for G. V. E.
Kirk of Barton Ashes
30238 (MSN 11529) became OO-PAX, the OO-AAT, then OO-JAN.
Registered G-LIVH Mar 31, 1994.  UK CAA has this as MSN 11354. It is known that some Piper fuselages and data plates have been 
switched but the assumption is as published in "Piper Aircraft".
30240 (MSN 11531) became F-BCPY.
30244 (MSN 11535) to NC73100 then G-ALVR, cancelled on export to Germany Aug 29, 1957 as D-EKYR.  Quoted by UK
CAA as MSN 11709, which may be a fuselage number.
30268 sold in Dominican Republic as HI-63
30287 (MSN 11578) to HB-OAM, then D-EBIR Apr 27, 1956, cancelled Jan 31, 1969, restored Mar 5, 1969, cancelled
Jun 1979.  Then OY-EFE.  To user in Sweden Jul 12, 2006 as SE-BEY
30291 (MSN 11582) to F-BFMP, D-EJUT, HB-OUV
30294 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALL
30296 (MSN 11587) to HB-OUL, E-ELEM, I-VOLE
30303 to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATN
30308 (MSN 11599) became OO-GAB, then F-BFQT.  Registered
G-BGXV Jul 20, 1979, registered G-NCUB Jul 6, 1984.
30314 (MSN 11605) became OO-AJI, then G-BAET Sep 26, 1972.
30324 (MSN 11615) became SE-AUT.  Registration LN-AAV was reserved
Apr 27, 2001, but cancelled May 2005.  Reserved again as from
Oct 5, 2005.  Registered Aug 23, 2006 to I. Engeland of Ostre Gausdal
as LN-AAV (Norwegian civil registry).
30335 (MSN 11626) became F-OADH, then F-BDRQ, then OO-FAB, then HB-OTG.
30341 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALY
30346 to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUI
30360 (MSN 11651) became HB-ODZ (rebuilt by Datwyler with new MSN 
MDC-1049)
30362 (MSN 11653) became OO-AVL, then F-BDUV.
30367 (MSN 11658) became G-AJDS Jan 29, 1947, then D-EJYD Nov 1958.  In 2013 was still flying and was the property
of Aero Club du Choletais.  
30370 (MSN 11661) became SE-AUU
30374 (MSN 11665) SOC 3/30/1944.  Sold to unknown customer 8/23/1946.  To Czecholsolvak Air Force 1/20/1958.  D-EDID
allocated 2/24/1958.  Landing accident at Eelde 9/10/83.  Currently in storage at owner's home at
Waterhuizen. To PH-MUN
30381 to Polish civil registry as SP-AMA
30382 (MSN 11673) to civil registry as LN-NAU.  Noted at Flyhistorisk Museum, Sola,
Norway Nov 2002.
30389 (MSN 11680) became HB-OCS, then D-EBYK, then HB-OCS again,
then EC-CNE.
30395 (MSN 11686) became SE-AUW
30400 (MSN 11691) became G-AISP Oct 28, 1946, then EC-AKD Oct 1954.
30401 
30406 (MSN 11697) became SE-AUK
30414 to Polish civil registry as SP-AFX
30417 (MSN 11708) became SE-ASU
30420 (MSN 11711) became SE-ASX
30423 (MSN 11714) became OK-ZKK, then D-EJIX
30426 (MSN 11717) to civil registry as HB-OBK then OE-AAB.  Plane displayed as 43-30426 at Valiant Air Museum is
actually 44-80595.
30430 (MSN 11721) after WW2, sold in Germany in 1947 to a US serviceman and shipped back to USA.  Still flying
as N9217H
30434 (MSN 11725) became N79815, then F-BFQN
30443 to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWG
30449 (MSN 11740) became HB-OSR, then D-EMYL Apr 20, 1956, current
30465 (MSN 11756) SOC Jun 10, 1946.  became F-BFMP May 30, 1950, cancelled Dec 23, 1960, then HB-OUV.  To
OE-CUV Mar 2014
30474 to Polish civil registry as SP-ALI
30480 (MSN 11771) became HB-OEG, then D-EDYT.
30483 (MSN 11774) to PI-C444, RP-C444
30485 (MSN 11776) became OO-ACB, then G-AJES Sep 21, 1984.  Still
current on UK civil register as of Aug 7, 2006
30499 (MSN 11790) to HB-OGT with Geneva Aero Club
30503 (MSN 11794) became SE-CLR, then LN-BWN, then SE-CLR again
30510 (MSN 11801) became OO-REA, then F-BCPN.
30514 (MSN 11805) became HB-OUG, then registration SL-ABD reserved
but NTU, became D-ECYF, then HB-OSY
30515 (MSN 11806) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALD, then SP-BAL.  Registered Jul 2, 2003 to
Muzeum Lotnictwo Polskiego of Krakow as SP-MAM.
30527 (MSN 11818) became HB-ODS, then registered D-ECIN Mar 29, 1956, cancelled Jan 17, 1966, then OO-CIN.
Damaged Jul 17, 1957 in forced landing at Kampen, Sylt Island, West Germany
30530 (MSN 11821) became SE-BFK
30546 (MSN 11837) became HB-ZAH, then F-BFYH, then G-BYCS Mar 17, 1975, then
TF-GEV Jun 1982, then TF-CUP
44-52988 ... 44-52988
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
MSN 5-1120.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.  Was NC40688.  To RFC at Sheppard
AAF Apr 20, 1945
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.
44-79545 ... 44-80044
Piper L-4H Grasshopper
MSN 11841/12340.  Model J3C-65D
79545 (MSN 11841) registered as RP-C168 in Philippines, then
to Australia as VH-LIV.  Flies in WW2 RAAF colors,
coded QE and does not wear its US serial.
79546 (MSN 11842) became HB-OEN
79547 (MSN 11843) became D-EDOT (D-EBOR originally reserved but NTU.
79558 (MSN 11854) became HB-OUD
79559 (MSN 11855) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATW.
79564 (MSN 11860) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALG
79580 (MSN 11876) to French Army as 479580.   Became F-BBIN, then G-BHZA Aug 5, 1980.  Registration
cancelled Apr 3, 1989.  Registered G-LFOR Dec 11, 2007.  In 2013 was undergoing restoration in Malta
and scheduled to be cancelled from UK register.  There is some inconsistency, since the first civilian 
logbook that popped up after the war states 44-79580 but airframe S/N or MSN 11883. According the manufacturer records of Clyde 
Smith (Piper Cub), MSN 11883 belongs to 44-79587.  Former F-BBIN, G-BHZA, present G-LFOR ) always carried MSN 11883 or S/N as 
used by the CAA, during its civil life .  There are two possibilities: Perhaps 44-79580 was equipped with the frame of 
44-79587 (MSN 11883) during or after the war. This was entered in the civil logbook as 44-79580 (MSN11883)
Alternatively, 44-79580 could have been mistakenly entered by error as the S/N for the L4 carrying airframe S/N or MSN 11883
79581 (MSN 11877) to French Army as 479581
79586 (MSN 11882) to French Army as 479586.  To F-DAFA then CN-TTK
79587 (MSN 11883) to French Army as 479587
79588 (MSN 11884) to French Army as 479588
79592 (MSN 11888) to French Army as 479592.  To F-OAZQ, 7T-VLQ
79593 (MSN 11889) to French Army as 479593, then became F-BEKZ
79594 (MSN 11890) to French Army as 479594.
79597 (MSN 11893) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ASY
79602 (MSN 11898) to French Army as 479602
79603 (MSN 11899) to French Army as 479603
79609 (MSN 11905) to F-BFQX, then D-EAXY.  Registered G-BHXY Jul 1, 1980.
79611 (MSN 11907) to French Army as 479611, then became F-BMHM.
79615 (MSN 11911) to French Army as 479615, then became F-BFYC.  Registered
G-COPS Jul 17, 1979 (with MSN 36-817, which is USAAC contract number)
79621 (MSN 11917) to French Army as 479621.
79623 (MSN 11919) to French Army as 479623.
79624 (MSN 11920) to French Army as 479624
79625 (MSN 11921) to French Army as 479625
79631 (MSN 11927) to French Army as 479631
79632 (MSN 11928) became SE-ASP
79635 (MSN 11931) to French Army as 479635
79637 (MSN 11933) registered OO-JDB, cancelled.  Registered OO-GEM
79638 (MSN 11934) to French Army as 479638
79649 (MSN 11945) became G-AIIH Sep 14, 1946. Still current as of 2006.
79651 (MSN 11947) became OO-RAF, then OO-RAZ.  Registered EI-CFO May 13, 1992.
79654 (MSN 11950) became I-MALU
79658 (MSN 11954) to D-EDYS Apr 13, 1956.  Crashed Jun 16, 1964 at Dortmund-Wickede, West Germany
79663 (MSN 11959) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKT
79666 (MSN 11962) to Polish civil registry as SP-AIC
79668 (MSN 11964) became OO-MCG, then OY-TRP.
79669 (MSN 11965) became SE-ATE
79671 (MSN 11967) became OO-GAG, then F-BDRT, later on French 
civil registry as F-BGTP.  Registered Feb 5, 2009 as F-AZXP.
79672 (MSN 11968) became OO-AAF, Then D-EMAC, then OY-ALI, then on Swedish 
civil registry as SE-BEN
79675 (MSN 11971) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMM
79683 (MSN 11979) became SE-ATT
79698 (MSN 11994) became SE-ASS
79709 (MSN 12005) became OO-VVV, then OO-VIL, then G-CVIL.  Sold in May 2001 to German owner as D-EGMG.  To N29EG
Oct 28, 2005.
79711 (MSN 12007) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AST
79712 (MSN 12008)  To OO-GEJ then to G-AHIP on July 3, 1985 and still current 
79717 (MSN 12013) to OO-JDP, D-EMOD.  Destroyed May 16, 1960
79725 (MSN 12021) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALN
79729 (MSN 12025) became LN-HHF, then LN-HOL, then SE-BES
79730 (MSN 12026) became HB-ALP
79731 (MSN 12027, fuselage frame number 11854) to Swiss registry as HB-ONC in 1947.  Towed gliders for over 60
years, then to US registry in 2005 as N79731
79732 (MSN 12028) became HB-OIR, then F-GJRC (G-GJPR originally reserved but NTU).  Reported
sold to owner in Germany Jun 2009
79737 (MSN 12033) to OY-DTO, D-ENAS.  Destroyed Jul 26, 1956
79741 (MSN 12037) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFU
79744 (MSN 12040) to civil registry as F-BFQP, then G-BGPD
79747 (MSN 12043) became SE-ATG then OH-CPH, then SE-ATG again
79748 (MSN 12044) became SE-AWL
79751 (MSN 12047) became PH-NBP, then D-EHID Jun 2-0, 1956 (registrations D-EKAB
and D-ECAX had been reserved but neither were taken up). Registered
G-BJSZ Nov 20, 1981 (British registration authority shows MSN as
11874, which is the fuselage frame number)  Damaged Jan 3, 1976 by flood water at Hamburg-Finkenwerder, West
Germany.  Registration cancelled Apr 6, 1976.
79761 (MSN 12057) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATP
79763 (MSN 12059) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUC
79764 (MSN 12060) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUX
79766 (MSN 12062) became NC79807 Jun 4, 1946, to F-BCOT May 1947 and G-BKHG September 1982
79767 (MSN 12063) became HB-ONB
79770 (MSN 12066) became SE-AUL.  Registratin LN-BDB was then reserved
but NTU, aircraft remained SE-AUL
79772 (MSN 12068) became OO-DAA (OO-DAB originally reserved but NTU).  Registration was switched during civil
conversion and registered OO-DAA with MSN 11496.  Cancelled Apr 1, 1957 on export to West Germany
Then D-EMUX Oct 22, 1957, cancelled on export to Spain.  Registered EC-HUO Sep 2, 2002 (Air Britain)
79781 (MSN 12077) became SL-AAA, then D-ECAV.  To G-AISS Sep 3, 1985.  Still
current Aug 2, 2006.  Certificate of airworthiness expired Jun 25, 1997.
79782 (MSN 12078) to HB-OIV, D-EBUM
79783 (MSN 12079) became I-AGAA, to PH-NCH, D-ECOL.  Destroyed Jun 29, 1963
79785 (MSN 12081) became SE-ASO, then LN-IKJ
79788 (MSN 12084) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ASZ
79796 (MSN 12092) became HB-OFP
79799 (MSN 12095) to French Army as 479799
79805 (MSN 12101) to F-BETP, CN-TVQ
79811 (MSN 12107) to French Army as 479811.
79813 (MSN 12109). The registration G-AJBE was allocated Jan 17, 1947 but not 
taken up; became NC6400N instead (I believe that the owner was a US citizen 
so as the law stood at the time could not put the aircraft on the British 
register). Became G-AKNC Jan 5, 1948; registration cancelled Dec 13, 1948 and aircraft 
presumably stored, as was not registered OH-CPC until Oct 13, 1951.  Crashed at 
Lieksa-Nurmes Jul 2, 1995.
79814 (MSN 12110) to OE-AAO, D-EDDO
79815 (MSN 12111) Registered N340TR, current
79817 (MSN 12113) became N9345H.  To Kalamazoo Museum of Aviation in 2007
78923 (MSN 12119) became HB-OIN
79826 (MSN 12122) became OO-ALY.  Frame used in 1970s to rebuild OO-GEJ, which
identity it then took.  Became G-AHIP Jul 3, 1985, still current on UK
civil registry as of Aug 2, 2006, but certificate of airworthiness expired Dec 11, 2003.
79829 (MSN 12125) to I-NUBI
79831 (MSN 12127) to French Army as 479831
79832 (MSN 12128) became I-PIST then I-BOBO
79836 (MSN 12132) became HB-OWO
79837 (MSN 12133) to French Army aw 479837
79840 (MSN 12136) to French Army as 479840
79842 (MSN 12138) to French Army as 479842.  To F-BBII, D-ECSA.  Destroyed Oct 13, 1972.
79845 (MSN 12141) to French Army as 479845.
79848 (MSN 12144) to French Army as 479848.  Became F-OBAX, then F-BFNM, then D-ELRO, then HB-ONW.
79849 (MSN 12145) to French Army as 479849
79850 (MSN 12146) became SE-ATU
79851 (MSN 12147) to French Army as 479851
79853 (MSN 12149) to French Army as 479853
79854 (MSN 12150) to French Army as 479854
79855 (MSN 12151) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BNI
79856 (MSN 12152) to French Army as 479856
79857 (MSN 12153) to French Army as 479857
79858 (MSN 12154) to French Army as 479858.  Became F-BEKV.  Rebuilt as "Rippert A.1-65 Cub" with MSN 1
and registered as F-PHOQ.
79859 (MSN 12155) to civil registry as EI-BCM
79861 (MSN 12157) to French Army as 479861
79863 (MSN 12159) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKC
79864 (MSN 12160) to French Army as 479864
79865 (MSN 12161) to French Army as 479864.  To French civil registry as F-BFYU.
79866 (MSN 12162) to French Army as 479866.  To civil registry as OO-RAM, then G-AJAO, then D-EJAO.  to Netherlands civil
registry as PH-LIK.
79867 (MSN 12163) to French Army as 479867
79868 (MSN 12164) became F-BETR
79869 (MSN 12165) to French Army as 479869
79870 (MSN 12166) became OO-PCR, then F-BFYM.  Registgration F-BFYM cancelled Dec 8, 2009 as written off.
79871 (MSN 12167) to French Army as 479871
79872 (MSN 12168) to French Army as 479872
79875 (MSN 12171) to French Army as 479875
79876 (MSN 12172) to French Army as 479876
79877 (MSN 12173) to French Army as 479877
79878 (MSN 12174) to French Army, then became F-OAJF, then F-BFEC.  Registered G-BEUI May 19, 1977.
79879 (MSN 12175) to OO-AJJ, F-OABY, CN-TDH
79881 (MSN 12177) to French Army as 479881
79882 (MSN 12178) to French Army as 479882
79884 (MSN 12180) to Polish civil registry as SP-ANL
79886 (MSN 12182) to French Army as 479886
79888 (MSN 12184) to French Army as 479888, then became F-BGQD (F-BGQA originally allocated
but NTU), then G-AYEN Jun 4, 1970.  British CAA shows cn to be 43865,
which might mean that there was a fuselage swap at some point.
79889 (MSN 12185) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFY.  Reregistered SP-AMH and later SP-FPA.  
Recently completely rebuilt and rerestered with original civil identity of SP-AFY
79896 (MSN 12192) became N79819, then G-ANXP Dec 13, 1954, then
D-EGUL Oct 14, 1955, then PH-CMS, then OO-GMS (OO-LSD originally
allocated but NTU), then F-GLMS Dec 1991.  Noted 2005 at
Association des Cages a Poules d'Acquitaine, Koorac-sur-Louyre.
79897 (MSN 12193) to A. Martens May 1948 as OO-ADJ.  OO-ADJ was sold to an English owner 
and registered G-BOXJ Aug 1, 1988.
79898 (MSN 12194) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFZ
79899 (MSN 12195) to French Army as 479899
79900 (MSN 12196) to French Army as 479900
79901 (MSN 12197) to French Army as 479901
79902 (MSN 12198) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BCB.
79909 (MSN 12205) to French Army as 479909.  To F-DAEC then CN-TUC
79918 (MSN 12214) became G-ALMA Apr 25, 1949 (registerd with MSN 12042), then cancelled on export to Germany
Feb 12, 1957 (presumably to USAF flying club), then registered N9865F Feb 1957 to Bentwater Aero Club based at
RAF Bentwaters, UK with MSN 12042).  Cancelled on export to UK as G-BBXS Jan 25, 1974 but registered as MSN 9865 
which may be a corruption of its previous registration.  Registration G-BBXS cancelled as WFU Nov 29, 2010.
G-ALMA registered with MSN 12214 Jan 5, 2011
79921 (MSN 12217) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWM
79924 (MSN 12220) to civil registry as OO-EAB, but currently owned by DuPont, crashed at Grimbergen May 15, 2000.
Reportedly sold to owner in Holland
79926 (MSN 12222) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWN
79933 (MSN 12229) became F-BFML
79937 (MSN 12233) to HB-OUT, D-EFIX
79943 (MSN 12239) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3070 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3070.
79944 (MSN 12240) to HB-OIZ, EC-ALG
79948 (MSN 2244) to OE-AAU, D-EDDU
79956 (MSN 12252) became HB-OSM
79958 (MSN 12254) became OK-YIE, then OK-UXE.
79965 (MSN 12261) to OK-ANO, D-EJAX, D-ELFE
79967 (MSN 12263) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3075 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3075.
79968 (MSN 12264) became HB-OVE
79977 (MSN 12273) became HB-OFW
79982 (MSN 12278) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3070 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3079.
79983 (MSN 12279) to Brazil for use in Italy Sep 13, 1944.  To Italian civil registry in 1950 as I-MINK
79984 (MSN 12280) to I-MINI
79985 (MSN 12281) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BEH, to HB-OWD, to D-ELAT
79987 (MSN 12283) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3077 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3077.
79990 (MSN 12286) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3071 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3071.
79993 (MSN 12289) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3076 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3076.
79995 (MSN 12291) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3074 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3074.  To PP-GZH in 1962.
80000 (MSN 12296) registered I-TESO Oct 21, 1947
80006 (MSN 12302) to I-ROLA
80007 (MSN 12303) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3073 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3073.
80008 (MSN 12304) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3078 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3078.
80009 (MSN 12305) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3072 and
later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3072.
80012 (MSN 12308) became OO-ZOO, then F-BFQK, then D-EFQK, then OY-AVD, then SE-IMH.
80013 (MSN 12309) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFS
80015 (MSN 12311) to civil registry as OO-RAY, then G-AKIB. Apr 18, 1984.
Still current on UK registry as of Aug 7, 2006.
80019 (MSN 12315) became HB-OUE
80020 (MSN 12316) became HB-OUN
80023 (MSN 12319) became SE-ATZ
80024 (MSN 12320) to HB-OBT, D-EFIL, OH-CUB
80028 (MSN 12324) became HB-OSB then D-EBUG
80032 (MSN 12841) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BPX
80036 (MSN 12332) became F-BDTH, converted to J/2 Cub configuration and reregistered F-WZBM, then F-AZBM
80037 (MSN 12333) became OO-AVO, then OO-SAM, then HB-OKN
80038 (MSN 12334) to Polish civil registry as SP-ANY
80039 (MSN 12335) became OO-PIE, then F-BFQE, then EI-BCN Nov 26, 1976
44-80045 ... 44-80844
Piper L-4J Grasshopper
MSN 12341/13140.  Model J3C-65D
80057 (MSN 12353) completed restoration May 2010.  Now N62053
80058 (MSN 12354) on civil registry as N5782N, later N14KF, undergoing restoration.
80060 (MSN 12356) to F-BCPL, then CN-TYA
80076 (MSN 12372) became SE-ATX,then HB-OIC
80083 (MSN 12379) became OO-LIL, then OO-AED
80087 (MSN 12383) became OO-EPI, then too OO-SOC then to G-BDEZ on April 27,
1984. Cancelled on April 7, 2014. Current as F-AYEZ
80091 (MSN 12387) on civl registry as SE-AUF.  OK-DUO-04 and OK-EUJ-44 are replicas also
wearing this serial number.
80110 (MSN 12406) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHB.  In 2010 was on display at Czech Aviation Museum in
Kbely, outside Prague.
80112 (MSN 12408) became HB-OEK, then D-EBUR
80116 (MSN 12412) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHP
80120 (MSN 12416) registeree N381PC, current
80121 (MSN 12417) became F-BDTK, then CN-TUK, then F-DACK, then CN-TVO, then G-BKGO
Aug 5, 1982, then OY-PJJ May 1987.
80122 (MSN 12418) became SE-AWK
80132 (MSN 12428) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGN
80133 (MSN 12429) became OO-AVS.  Registered G-BDCD Apr 28, 1975.
80139 (MSN 12435) to Polish civil registry ss SP-AKR
80144 (MSN 12440) became HB-OEY
80147 (MSN 12443) .
80148 (MSN 12444) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATH
80163 (MSN 12459) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKE
80172 (MSN 12468) registered OO-GEL, cancelled. Registere LX-ACL, cancelled.  Registered LX-ACB, cancelled. Registered OO-ACB
80175 (MSN 12471) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATF, then to OH-BPA
80178 (MSN 12474) became I-SISI
80180 (MSN 12476) to OO-AJK
80188 (MSN 12484) to HB-OIL, D-EMAT May 18 1956.  Cancelled Juil 27, 1972.  WFU at Augsburg, West Germany.
80189 (MSN 12485) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUY
80192 (MSN 12488) became F-BDTT
80194 (MSN 12490) became F-BBQC, then G-KIRK Feb 28, 1979.  Crash landed
on road near Kanazawa, Japan Oct 21, 2005.  Rebuilt.  Ditched due to
engine failure and sunk into Caribbean 120 KM NW of Puerto Plata,
Dominican Republic Feb 16, 2008.  Pilot rescued by Coast Guard.  Aircraft was named
"Liberty Girl" and had been flown by Maurice Kirk in London-to-Sydney air race in 2001.
80196 (MSN 12492) became NC74116, then F-BEGR, the HB-OVF
80198 (MSN 12494) became HB-OSG, then EC-AQZ.  Registered EI-BYY
Apr 12, 1990.
80200 (MSN 12496) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHI
80203 (MSN 12499) to civil registry as J-BFBZ, EICAP, G-SEED.
80204 (MSN 12500) to HB-OCF.  W/o Jul 21,1 973 at Hasenstrick, Switzerland 
80207 (MSN 12503) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUZ
80216 (MSN 12512) to OK-YIM, D-EkeG, OE-ANA
80217 (MSN 12513) was to have gone to Norway but did not, then registration D-EDUS
reserved Oct 1, 1955 but NTU.  Became D-EBIS Apr 13, 1956, current.
80221 (MSN 12517) became SE-ATO
80223 (MSN 12519) became HB-ONH
80226 (MSN 12522) to R. Andresen Apr 1948 as LN-SAG, then D-EJIB, Then OH-PAD.
80230 (MSN 12526) became F-BDTS
80231 (MSN 12527) became F-BFMQ
80234 (MSN 12530) became HB-OUP
80236 (MSN 12532) became F-BFBT.  Registered G-BFHI Nov 25, 1977
80238 (MSN 12534) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUG
80239 (MSN 12535) became SE-BFD.
80242 (MSN 12538) became OO-GAC, the OO-AAT.  Registered G-BDEY Jun 17, 1975.
80246 (MSN 12542) became HB-OEL, then HB-ODW
80248 (MSN 12544) became F-BDTM, then F-BGPS, then G-AXGP Jun 2, 1969.
Still current on UK registry as of Aug 16, 2006, but the paperwork
shows the MSN as 9542, but frame number (12374) is that for 44-80248.
80250 (MSN 12546) became F-BFMN, then G-BCUC May 1, 1975.  Registered EI-BEN
Apr 28, 1978.  British registration cancelled Apr 13, 1978
80251 (MSN 12547) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BFF
80254 (MSN 12550) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATR
80262 (MSN 12558) to HB-ONS, E-EHIL.  Destroyed Oct 10, 1959
80264 (MSN 12560) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMD
80266 (MSN 12562) to civil registry as NC62099., later N62099.  Donated to Naval Air Musem, Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb 2014.
80269 (MSN 12565) to I-GINA
80270 (MSN 12566) to civil registry as HB-OFZ, D-EBEN, G-BLEN, then G-HEWI
80274 (MSN 12570) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATK, then to LN-TVN
80278 (MSN 12574) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKS
80279 (MSN 12575) became HB-OBL
80283 (MSN 12579) became LN-SAI
80285 (MSN 12581) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGF
80287 (MSN 12583) became LN-RAP, later SE-CDH, then LN-RAP again
80292 (MSN 12588) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFT
80295 (MSN 12591) became HB-OBR, then D-EGAR, then OY-ALF
80297 (MSN 12593) to Air Union Mar 1948 as OO-AHP, to D-EBUI, to N2887Y, cancelled Aug 22, 2012.
80299 (MSN 12595) became HB-OER
80300 (MSN 12596) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATY
80303 (MSN 12599) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWH
80306 (MSN 12602) to Czech AF.  Became OE-ADV, then D-EHTU.
80307 (MSN 12603) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUA
80312 (MSN 12608) became SE-BNI, then LN-IKH, then SE-BNI again
80313 (MSN 12609) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWF
80315 (MSN 12611) became OO-VIR, then LX-ACL, then D-EMYT, then HB-OXR.
80316 (MSN 12612) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BFE, then D-ELIC, then I-SARI
80317 (MSN 12613) became F-BBQD.  Registered G-KERK Ma 8, 1980,
reregistered G-BILD Dec 15, 1980, reregistered G-OINK Mar 22, 1983.
Registered G-KERK again Apr 20, 2009.
80321 (MSN 12617) To F-BDTZ, then to G-BIXY on September  21, 1981, then to G-FRAN on July 14, 1986 and still current. 
80323 (MSN 12619) became HB-OIA
80325 (MSN 12621) to HB-OCV, D-ELYN
80326 (MSN 12622) to F-BFBI, became D-EOMA.  With Deutsches Museum, Munich.
80329 (MSN 12625) became F-BBQZ
80331 (MSN 12627) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKA
80338 (MSN 12634) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKN
80343 (MSN 12639) became HB-ODO then EC-AIY
80344 (MSN 12640) became F-BDTL, then SL-AAC, then SL-ABC, then
D-EDUH, the OY-ALN.  Was then to have become SE-IML but
reservation not taken up, became LN-RBI instead.
80347 (MSN 12643) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALP
80349 (MSN 12645) became SE-CAN
80352 (MSN 12648) became HB-OGZ
80354 (MSN 12650) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BYX, then LN-SAH
80361 (MSN 12657) became OO-GAE Jan 23, 1947, then F-BGXP Oct 22, 1953,
then EI-BIO in 1980.  Still current as of Dec 19, 2007
80365 (MSN 12661) became HB-ONE
80376 (MSN 12672) to Polish civil registry as SP-AIR
80380 (MSN 12676) to civil registry as OO-BGA, OO-AFI, then G-AGIV Aug 13, 1982.
Still on UK civil registry as of Aug 2, 2006
80383 (MSN 12679) became F-BFFJ
80386 (MSN 12682) became OO-AVP, cancelled, then OO-GEL, cancelled. Registered OO-AVP, cancelled.  Registered OO-GEL
80389 (MSN 12685) became SE-AUH
80391 (MSN 12687) became HB-OCH.  Registered G-LOCH Dec 10, 1984.
80392 (MSN 12688) to Polish civil registry as SP-AME
80394 (MSN 12690) to D-EBYS.  Destroyed Jul 8, 1972
80400 (MSN 12696) became N74123, then F-BFOZ
80405 to civil registry as EI-BFO
80408 (MSN 12704) became HB-OCI
80426 (MSN 12722) sold to Denmark but not converted.  Sold became D-EDIT
80446 (MSN 12742) to Polish civil registry as SP-AII
80464 (MSN 12760) became OO-GEK, then OO-CEK, then 9O-CEK, then 9Q-CEK,
then OO-CEK again
80467 (MSN 12763) Current as F-BETX
80472 (MSN 12768) to Polish civil registry as SP-AIT
80473 (MSN 12769) became HB-OAA, then D-EGYS, then D-EGVS.
80474 (MSN 12770) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHA
80476 (MSN 12772) to Belgium as OO-GEI 1946..  Reregistered as OO-AVL in 1954.  Sold to Netherlands as PH-NLI 1965.
To Hilversum-Schipol in 1979.  Registration cancelled in 1980.  On load to Nationaal Automobiel Museum, 
Raamsdonksveer in 1985.  To Veghel in 1989 where it was put on display in 1990 with fake s/n 32-S.
80478 (MSN 12774) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMF.  Registered N8520M, cancelled Nov 29, 2010
80480 (MSN 12776) became HB-OCI, the F-BCPS.  Registered G-BECN Jul 27, 1976.
80488 (MSN 12784) to civil registry as OO-AVT, F-BBOO, then F-BKNO.
80492 (MSN 12788) became NC74124, then F-BFQL
80497 (MSN 12793) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALS
80498 (MSN 12794) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGT
80501 (MSN 12797) to Air Union Mar 1984 as LN-SAP.
80506 (MSN 12802) became F-BFQB, then SL-AAX, then D-ENAC, then SE-AMB.
80507 (MSN 12803) to Swedish civil registry as SE-CEU, then LN-RTV, then LN-RAV
80508 (MSN 12804) became F-BDTX.
80510 (MSN 12806) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BFL
80511 (MSN 12807) to Swedish civil registry as SE-CGY, then LN-RTM, then LN-PAM
80513 (MSN 12809) Registered HB-OUA Oct 25, 1946.
Accident at Birsfelden Jun 12, 1949. Replaced as HB-OUA by another Cub but retaining same c/n. 
Original frame rebuilt and registered HB-ODO,
HB-ODO registered Aug 17, 1949 as c/n 2639 [this c/n believed to be in error for 12639 which was the 
fuselage number of the original 12809 above].
Swiss registration cancelled Nov 15, 1952.  Registered EC-AIY Nov 25, 1953
80514 (MSN 12810) became F-BFQH, then HB-OKP
80515 (MSN 12811) became LN-OAE, then LN-BFT
80522 (MSN 12818) became OY-POL
80527 (MSN 12823) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGY
80537 (MSN 12833, frame no. 1263) to D-EBES, OY-AVC
80541 (MSN 12837) to HB-OGU, then D-EHAC, flying in Germany as D-EMMV.
80542 (MSN 12838) to HB-OAO, D-EGEL.  Destroyed Jun 12, 1969
80545 (MSN 12841) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BPX
80546 (MSN 12842) became HB-OCU
80551 (MSN 12847-1022) to HB-OAB, then OE-ABO, then LX-ABO, then D-EFPB reserved but not
taken up, then to OY-ALP, then LN-KLT, to user in Sweden in 1002 as SE-BMC.
Formally registered to M. Carlsson of Loeberoed, Sweden as SE-BMC May 12, 2003
80554 (MSN 12850) to Lillehammer Flyklubb Mar 1948 as LN-SAN
80560 (MSN 12856) to L. Billion May 1948 as F-BEGJ.
80561 (MSN 12857) to Kjevik Flyklubb Mar 1948 as LN-RAR
80562 (MSN 12858) to civil registry as N98233
80563 (MSN 12859) became OB-OAF, then D-EGUM May 31, 1956 and current.  Converted to J-3C-85 and to J-3C-65 in 1970.
80567 (MSN 12863) became HB-OSS then OE-ACR
80570 (MSN 12866) became HB-ODE
80571 (MSN 12867) became HB-ONA
80578 (MSN 12874) became HB-ONO Feb 18, 1947, cancelled Jun 25, 1959.  Itr has been stated that this
aircraft was rebuilt and given new identity 12500, becoming D-EBIW Sep 8, 1959 until Aug 10, 1976, then LN-HAX
from Nov 17, 1976.  Was HB-OCF until W/o Jul 21, 1973 at Hasenstrick.  But I-AAAW was registeered as MSN 12874 
Feb 13, 1960 until cancelled Jan 1971.  This may mean that I-AAAW was registered correctly, and that D-EBIW was not
a rebuilt of MSN 12874.
80579 (MSN 12875) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHF
80582 (MSN 12878) to HB-OSN, D-EBAN.  Destroyed Apr 13, 1964
80589 (MSN 12885) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALA
80590 (MSN 12886) became F-BEGG
80593 (MSN 12889) became LN-RAK, registration cancelled Aug 7, 2014 on sale to Belgium.
80594 (MSN 12890) became F-BDTC.  Registered G-BEDJ Aug 5, 1976.
80595 (MSN 12891) at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL 1998, displayed as 43-30426.  
Civilian registration is N1406V
80596 (MSN 12892) became HB-ODC
80597 (MSN 12893) became HB-OWN, then D-EGUH, then OO-SKY, then PH-GEN.
Registration Ph0CUB reserved but NTU, remained as PH-GEN.
80600 (MSN 12896) became HB-OGE, then F-BFQM, then HB-OXI
80601 (MSN 12897) became HB-OAG
80608 (MSN 12904) by 1956 was LN-RAL (registration LN-RAK originally reserved
but NTU) for Wideroes Flyveselskap, then became OY-AVP, then SE-BEC.
80609 (MSN 12905) became N1315V.  Registered Sep 7, 2005 to British user
as G-RRSR.
80610 (MSN 12906) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALU
80612 (MSN 12908) to OO-AVY, D-ELUG Apr 20, 1956.  Destroyed in forced landing at Wipperfurth, West
Germany Jul 10, 1962
80613 (MSN 12909) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALF
80615 (MSN 12911) to D-EBYR Apr 13, 1956, cancelled Dec 9, 1971.  Modifed to J-3C-85.  Sold to Denmark, 
last reported at Stauning, Denmark 1980
80617 (MSN 12913) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWZ
80618 (MSN 12914) to HB-OCE, D-EMUR.  Destroyed May 30 1971
80636 (MSN 12932) became NC74121, then F-BETT, then G-AXHP Jun 9, 1969.
Still current on UK registry as of Aug 16, 2006.
80637 (MSN 12933) reserved as D-EBIS Oct 1, 1955, ntu.  Redistered D-EBOR Jun 18, 1956, cancelled Sep 30, 1959.
Crashed Sep 19, 1959 Mannheim, West Germany and destroyed by fire.
80641 (MSN 12937) current as HB-OAG
80644 (MSN 12940) to civil registry as F-BFFL, then G-BGTI.
80645 (MSN 12941) to HB-OSO, D-EFRI, OE-ARI
80647 (MSN 12943) became HB-ONI, then D-EGAF
80649 (MSN 12945) to HB-OSV, D-EJUR.  Destroyed Sep 24, 1961
80653 (MSN 12949) became F-BCPD, the OO-YOL
80657 (MSN 12953) to HB-OAU, D-ECID.  Destroyed Sep 10 1978.
80659 (MSN 12955) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BCX, then LN-RAT
80663 (MSN 12959) became F-BFBQ
80665 (MSN 12961) became F-BCPX. Registered Jun 6, 2003 to H. Malitchenko of Vesoul, France as F-PPHM
80667 (MSN 12963) became HB-ONK, then F-GJEM
80669 (MSN 12965) to civil registry as N23378.  Became HB-OCM, later EC-AJY.
80689 (MSN 12985) registered N1291K, current
80690 (MSN 12986) became HB-OGY, then F-BFMM, then HB-OXZ
80691 (MSN 12987) became HB-OCL, then D-ECYC, then D-EDMA, then OY-ALR
80693 (MSN 12989) became HB-ODF then HB-OGR, then D-ECAS
80702 (MSN 12998) to HB-OGM, D-EBAS.  Destroyed Jul 17, 1971
80707 (MSN 13003) became HB-OAE with Geneva Aero Club.  Crashed in 1966.
80718 (MSN 13014) : An L-4 in military colours with '4480718' on the tail 
was declared Grand Champion Warbird at Sun'N'Fun 2003. I don't know its 
civilian identity nor whether it is the real 44-80718.  This plane is probably
actually 44-80778.
80723 (MSN 13019) became HB-OSP, then D-ECEL.  Registered as G-BFZB Sep 21, 1978.
80725 (MSN 13021) to D-EDAT but NTU.  To D-EDUS Jun 23, 1956.  Destroyed Apr 19, 1968, Egelsbach, West Germany
Registration cancelled Dec 16, 1971
80732 (MSN 13028) became OO-SUD, then F-BFQD
80736 (MSN 13032) became HB-ONG
80747 (MSN 13043) to Swedish civil registry as SE-CTF, then to Flyklubben Kraka Mar 1948 as LN-SAS
80752 (MSN 13048) became OO-SWA, then F-BFFH.  Registered G-BCXJ Feb 21, 1975.
80753 (MSN 13049) became F-BEGZ.  Registered G-BDMS Nov 4, 1975.
80755 (MSN 13051) to HB-ONF, D-ECIR Apr 21, 1956.  Destroyed Nov 19, 1958 between Bitz and Balingen, West Germany
80756 (MSN 13052) was to have become D-EDYR but NTU and then to Austrian registry as OE-AAR.  Then
became D-EFPE (originally assigned registration D-EGPI but was NTU), and then 
to Denmark civil registry OY-ANF
80758 (MSN 13054) became OO-AVJ on Belgian civil registry, then F-BFYI
80762 (MSN 13058) became F-BEGB, then D-ELWY, then EI-BBV Jun 15, 1976
80775 (MSN 13071) became HB-OES then I-ALDO
80778 (MSN 13074) saw service with US Army in Italy.  Restored to Championship configuration
and awarded Grand Ghampion World War II Warbird Golden Eagle trophy at Sun-n-Fun
in 2003.
80785 (MSN 13081) delivered to 5th Army Dec 25, 1944.  Flew in combat in Italy.  Returned to USA Sep 1946.
To civil registry as N5930V.
80788 (MSN 13084) registered N1219V, cancelled May 26, 2011
80817 (MSN 13113) became F-BFBC then HB-OII, then D-EOII
80822 (MSN 13118) to PI-C161, RP-C161
80823 (MSN 13119) to PI-C166, RP-C166
80824 (MSN 13120) to Swiss civil registry as HB-OUW, then to Austrian civil registry as OE-AAG
80825 (MSN 13121) to civil registry as F-BCPG, then I-BISI
80827 (MSN 13123) became HB-OGA
80833 (MSN 13129) became HB-ELI
80834 (MSN 13130) became HB-ODX
80835 (MSN 13131) became HB-OFK
80836 (MSN 13132) to PI-C218, RP-C218, ZS-HKM
80837 (MSN 13133) registered in Switzerland as HB-ORO in 1952
80838 (MSN 13134) HB-OSD, D-ECUD.  Destroyed May 22, 1964
80840 (MSN 13136) to HB-ONU, D-EFAM.  Destroyed Aug 29 1959
80841 (MSN 13137) to Belgian civil registry as OO-AVZ,then D-EMYR May 18, 1956, cancelled Dec 9 1971, then to Finnish
civil registry as OH-PAE, current
80843 (MSN 13139) became HB-OSK
45-4401 ... 45-5200
Piper L-4J Grasshopper
MSN 13141/13940.  Model J3C-65D
4407 (MSN 13147) became F-BCPK.
4408 (MSN 13148) became HB-OVU, then F-BBTD
4413 (MSN 13153) became NC74119, then F-BFBO
4416 (MSN 13156) to HB-OWR, D-ELUL.  Destroyed Aug 14, 1966
4417 (MSN 13157) to civil registry as LN-MAV
4423 (MSN 13163) became LN-MAU, then LN-KLA
4433 (MSN 13173) to HB-OSC, D-EBER, OY-DHC
4437 (MSN 13177) became F-BETY	
4441 (MSN 13181) became F-BDTI.
4445 (MSN 13185) to NC60396 then PI-C352, current as N60396	
4446 (MSN 13186) became F-BCPC.  Registered G-BDOL Dec 18, 1975. 
It seems certain that fuselage frames were swapped in France with
45-4630. 
4448 (MSN 13188) became HB-OFV
4455 (MSN 13195) became NC74188, then F-BFBP. 
4457 (MSN 13197) to F-BDTF, SL-AAR, D-EBAF Apr 30, 1956, current
4458 (MSN 13198) to civil registry as N68970
4462 (MSN 13202) To Swedish civil registry as SE-CGU, to Lillehammer Flyklubb in Norway Mar 1948 as LN-RAI.
4464 (MSN 13204) became HB-OVO, the OE-ABD, then D-EJGI.  At one point,
D-eIJG was reserved but NTU, and remained D-EJGI.
4466 (MSN 13206) to French civil registry as F-BDTJ, now registered as G-BCPJ in UK
4467 (MSN 13207) to F-BDTB.  To British civil registry as G-BILI Jan 14, 1981.
4470 (MSN 13210) became HB-OCB, then D-EMER.
4471 (MSN 13211) became PH-UCR, then OO-AGL.  TO G-AKTH Jul 14, 1986.
Still current on UK register as of Aug 7, 2006.
4481 (MSN 13221) to OO-SEL, F-OAFB, CN-TVK
4488 (MSN 13228)sold to Holland 11/7/1946 as PH-UCS.   Now being restored to 
airworthy condition at Oosterhout.
4491 (MSN 13231) became HB-OBG
4496 (MSN 13226) assigned to US Army National Guard, New Mexico.  Airworthy with Jim Sorley as N5580
4497 (MSN 13237) became HB-ELO
4501 (MSN 13241) to civil registry as NC74120.  Now F-BETK with Aeroclub du Finistere at
Brest, France.  Recently restored.
4503 (MSN 13243) to HB-OIB, D-ECIF, to US civil registry as N5794N, current
4511 (MSN 13251) became F-BCPF
4516 (MSN 13255) to civil registry as NC79805, then to Aero Club de France 
Mar 1948 as F-BEGT.
4517 (MSN 13257) became HB-OBF
4519 (MSN 13259) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 01.
4520 (MSN 13260) to PH-UCX, D-EKQE
4522 (MSN 13262) became HB-OSW
4524 (MSN 13264) became SE-AYZ
4533 (MSN 13273) to PH-UCT, D-ECAP.  Destroyed Aug 15, 1970
4536 (MSN 13276) to PH-UCU, D-DGYM.  Destroyed Jun 28, 1967
4537 (MSN 13277) became HB-OIF then G-BFDL in 1977.
4541 (MSN 13281) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 02
4544 (MSN 13284) on civil registry as N1071N with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum, Hood River, Oregon  
4545 (MSN 13285) became HB-OFR
4549 (MSN 13289) became F-BFQG.
4551 (MSN 13291) to CAA as NC250.  to civil registry as N5163N
4552 (MSN 13292) to CAA as NC251
4554 (MSN 13294) to PK-SAD Jul 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-332
4555 (MSN 13295) became PK-SAC May 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF September 1946 as R-331.
4556 (MSN 13296) to NC75708
4558 (MSN 13298) to PI-C193, RP-C193
4559 (MSN 13299) to civil registry as N73351
4567 (MSN 13307) became PK-SAB May 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF September 1946 as R-330.
4571 (MSN 13311) became PK-SAE May 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF September 1946 as R-333.
4576 (MSN 13316) to PI-C326, then RP-C326.  Front fuselage on display at 82nd Airborne Division
Museum, Fort Bragg, NC.
4580 (MSN 13320) became PK-SAA May 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF September 1946 as R-329.
4584 (MSN 13324) to CAA as NC254, later N254.  To civil registry as N8527V, cancelled Dec 23, 2014 on export to France.
Registered F-AYQG Sep 9, 2015.
4585 (MSN 13325) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 03
4590 (MSN 13330) to civil registry as N66318
4594 (MSN 13334) to civil registry as N66332.
4597 (MSN 13337) became PC4-021 Aug 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-321
4602 (MSN 13342) became HB-ODH.
4604 (MSN 13344) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 04
4608 (MSN 13348) became NC74115, then F-BFFN
4611 (MSN 13351) became PH-UCI
4616 (MSN 13356) to PI-C464, RP-C464
4617 (MSN 13357) to civil registry as N13357.
4618 (MSN 13358) became PC4-013 Aug 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-313
4622 (MSN 13362) became PC4-018 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-318
4627 (MSN 13367) became PH-UCO, then D-EGPI (D-EDUX originally reserved but NTU),
then D-EGPL, then OY-ECS.
4628 9MSN 13368) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 05
4630 (MSN 13370) to civil registry as F-BFBU, then G-BCUB Dec 13, 1974.  
has parts incorporated in 45-4446  
4637 (MSN 13377) to civil registry as N5741N
4640 (MSN 13380) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 06
4641 (MSN 13381) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 07
4643 (MSN 13383) to civil registry as N5738N
4644 (MSN 13384) became D-EDYR (D-EDET originally reserved but NTU), then SE-BEG.
4655 (MSN 13395) delivered to USAAF Mar 24, 1945. It immediately departed the US via Norfolk for the 15th Air Force in 
Bari, Italy.  In Sept. 1945 it returned to the US via Warner Robins Air Depot in GA.  In Dec. 1945 transferred to 
US Army Artillery School at Fort Sill.  In Dec. 1947 moved to the 2432nd AF Base Unit at San Marcos, AFB, TX.
In May 1948 went to 7th Liaison Squadron at March AFB, CA.  In March 1949 transferred to 1st Maintenance and 
Supply Group at March.  May 1949 assigned to Calif Civil Air Patrol at Los Angles airport, CA.
Aug. 1949 to Idaho Civil Air Patrol at Boise airport, UT.  March 1952 dropped from the active USAF inventory 
due to a flying accident.  It was later purchased by the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah for display at 
the museum.  Noted on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, restored, 19 Aug 2012. 
4658 (MSN 13398) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 08
4665 (MSN 13405) current as C-FAUO
4667 (MSN 13407) to PI-C327, RP-C327
4669 (MSN 13409) to PI-C230, RP-C230.  W/o by 1979
4671 (MSN 13411) became PC4-015 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-315
4672 (MSN 13412) became PC4-024 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-324
4675 (MSN 13415) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 09
4676 (MSN 13416) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 10
4678 (MSN 13418) became PC4-008 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-308
4681 (MSN 13421) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 11
4682 (MSN 13422) became PC4-009 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-309
4684 (MSN 13424) became PC4-005 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-305
4685 (MSN 13425) became PC4-007 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-307
4689 (MSN 13429) to PI-C116, RP-C116
4692 (MSN 13432) became PC4-023 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-323.
W/o Sep 23, 1947 Tandjung Balei
4693 (MSN 13433) became PC4-022 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-322.  W/o
4695 (MSN 13435) to PI-C136, RP-C136
4697 (MSN 13437) to PI-C190, RP-C190
4699 (MSN 13439) to Philippines AF.  To civil registry as RP-X25
4700 (MSN 13440) became PC4-019 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-319
4709 (MSN 13449) became PC4-025 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-325
4714 (MSN 13454) became PC4-017 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-317
4716 (MSN 13456) became PC4-016 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-316
4719 (MSN 13459) became PC4-026 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-326
4720 (MSN 13460) became PC4-006 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-306
4722 (MSN 13462) to PI-C170, RP-C170
4724 (MSN 13464) became PC4-028 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-328
4726 (MSN 13466) became PC4-012 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-312
4727 (MSN 13456) became PC4-027 Aug 1946.  W/o Jul 21, 1947 at Bandung
4734 (MSN 13474) became PC4-014 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-314
4758 (MSN 13498) to PI-C302, RP-C302
4764 (MSN 13504) to Far East Flying Training School Oct 1949 as VR-HEJ.  To French Indo-China
4772 (MSN 13512) to PI-C350, RP-C350
4773 (MSN 13513) to Royal Thai AF as 53-4/90.  Now in Royal Thai AF Museum, Don Muang.
4774 (MSN 13514) to PI-C73, RP-C73.  Fuselage noted at Plaridel Mar 1991
4783 (MSN 13523) to PI-C174, RP-C174
4795 (MSN 13535) to PI-C336, RP-C336
4796 (MSN 13536) to PI-C268, RP-C268
4797 (MSN 13537) to PI-C-76, RP-C76
4798 (MSN 13538) to Netherland East Indies AF as PC-2, later PC0-2, PC4-002, R-302
4802 (MSN 13542) to Netherland East Indies AF as PC-21, later PC0-1, PC4-001, R-301
4809 (MSN 13549) on US civil registry as N3989B.  Currently airworthy after restoration
4828 (MSN 13568) to Far East Flying Training School Nov 1948 as VR-HEF.  To French Indo-China.  To PI-C172, RP-C172
4841 (MSN 13581) to civil registry as N66975
4845 (MSN 13585) to PI-C344, RP-C344.  W/o at Cabuyo Laguna Mar 6, 1978
4846 (MSN 13586) to PI-C118, RP-C118.  W/o May 5, 1977
4847 (MSN 13587) to Far East Flying Training School Jul 1948 as VR-HDY.  Ditched in Lamma Channel, Hong Kong Nov 14, 1948.
4861 (MSN 13601) to civil registry as N5718N
4864 (MSN 13604) to RP-X25.  Quoted as Piper L-4J Tri-Gear.  Used fuselage number 13439, hence confusion with 45-4699.
WFU at Manila
4869 (MSN 13609) to civil registry as N75766
4870 (MSN 13610) registered N4967V, cancelled Sep 5, 2012.  Airworthiness certifivate issued May 10, 1957
4883 (MSN 13623) became N5798N.  Reported 1991 to be at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL.
4884 (MSN 13624) to civil registry as N61787.  Registration cancelled Feb 11, 2013 after sale reported May 2, 1997.
Restored as N61787 Sep 18, 2014.  Recently restored and based in UK. Painted as 330426, 53-K as "Rosie the Rocketeer".
Not to be confused with 44-80595 on display at Valiant Air Command Museu in same color scheme.
4890 (MSN 13630) to civil registry as N5797N
4937 (MSN 13677) registered N10511.
4948 (MSN 13688) to PI-C114, RP-C114
4955 (MSN 13695) to civil registry as N68935.
4956 (MSN 13696) to civil registry as N68928
4962 (MSN 13702) to civil registry as N69825
4963 (MSN 13703) to civil registry as N68947
4967 (MSN 13707) became NC68199, then N68199, then SE-BEO.
4972 (MSN 13712) to civil registry as N75265
4974 (MSN 13714) to RP-C305.  WFU at Manila
4993 (MSN 13733) to civil registry as N68957
5000 (MSN 13740) to civil registry as N5437N
5001 (MSN 13741) to civil registry as N68921
5014 (MSN 13754) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-335
5015 (MSN 13755) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-336
5016 (MSN 13756) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-337
5017 (MSN 13757) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-338
5021 (MSN 13761) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-339
5022 (MSN 13762) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-340
5023 (MSN 13763) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-341
5024 (MSN 13764) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-342
5025 (MSN 13765) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-343
5026 (MSN 13766) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-344
5021 (MSN 13767) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-345
5028 (MSN 13768)to Netherlands East Indies AF as R-346. Became PK-SAF of Batavia Flying Club June 1948.
5029 (MSN 13769) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-347
5030 (MSN 13770) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-348
5031 (MSN 13771) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-349
5032 (MSN 13772) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-350
5033 (MSN 13773) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-351
5034 (MSN 13774) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-352
5036 (MSN 13776) became PK-SAD of Batavia Flying Club about October 1947.
5037 (MSN 13777) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-353	
5038 (MSN 13778) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-354
5039 (MSN 13779) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-355
5040 (MSN 13780) became PK-SAA of Batavia Flying Club June 1947.
5042 (MSN 13782) became PK-SAE of Batavia Flying Club June 1947.	
5045 (MSN 13785) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-356.  W/o May 3, 1948
5047 (MSN 13787) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-357.
5049 (MSN 13789) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-358
5054 (MSN 13794) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-359
5056 (MSN 13796) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-360
5057 (MSN 13797) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-361
5059 (MSN 13799) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-362
5062 (MSN 13802) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-363
5066 (MSN 13806) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-364
5067 (MSN 13807) became PK-SAC of Batavia Flying Club October 1947.
5068 (MSN 13808) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-365
5069 (MSN 13809) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-366
5070 (MSN 13810) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-367
5072 (MSN 13812) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-368	
5074 (MSN 13814) became PK-SAB of Batavia Flying Club about June 1947.
5075 (MSN 13815) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-369
5076 (MSN 13816) to Netherlands East Indies AF as R-370 and became PK-SAG of Batavia Flying Club June 1948.  
Preserved at Mandala Air and Space Museum, Suryadarma AFB, Subang, West Java, Indonesia as R-370
5077 (MSN 13817) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-371
5078 (MSN 13818) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-372
5079 (MSN 13819) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-373
5081 (MSN 13821) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-374
5083 (MSN 13823) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-375
5116 (MSN 13856) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-376
5121 (MSN 13861) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-377
5128 (MSN 13868) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-378
5143 (MSN 13883) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-379
5146 (MSN 13886) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-380
5157 (MSN 13897) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 12
5162 (MSN 13902) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 13
5170 (MSN 13910) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 14
5178 (MSN 13918) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 15
5191 (MSN 13931) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29669
5192 (MSN 13932) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29670
5193 (MSN 13933) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29671
5194 (MSN 13934) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29672
5195 (MSN 13935) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29673 
5196 (MSN 13936) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29674.
5197 (MSN 13937) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29675
5198 (MSN 13938) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29676
5199 (MSN 13939) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29677.
5200 (MSN 13940) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29678
45-55175 ... 45-55524
Piper L-4J Grasshopper
MSN 13941/14290.  Model J3C-65D
55178 (MSN 13944) to civil registry as N94576
55184 (MSN 13950) became N1075N.  Registered 2002 to TAC Air Centro III
as CS-DIE
55192 (MSN 13958) on civil registry as N68841.
55199 (MSN 13965) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29679
55200 (MSN 13966) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29680
55201 (MSN 13967) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29681
55202 (MSN 13968) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29682
55203 (MSN 13969) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29683
55204 (MSN 13970) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29684
55205 (MSN 13971) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29685.
55206 (MSN 13972) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29686
55207 (MSN 13973) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29687
55298 (MSN 13974) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29688
55209 (MSN 13975) damaged on delivery flight during emergency landing at Glady, WV Aug 13, 1945.  To Maryland
CAP Mar 1952.  Converted to J-3 configuratin before it was given the civil registration of N1432V.  Restored
back to L-4 configuratin 2010.  Has incorrect tail number 45-54939. 
55210 (MSN 13976) as N9073C on display with Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas.
55216/55223 (MSN 13982/13989) cancelled, but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cubs
55220 (MSN 13986) to civil registry as N33548
55223 (MSN 13989) to civil registry as N33551
55232 (MSN 13998) to civil registry as N1273V.
55257 (MSN 14023) to civil registry as N128ME
55258 (MSN 14024) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub
55259 (MSN 14025)
55260 (MSN 14026)
55261 (MSN 14027) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub.  to civil registry as N33553
55262 (MSN 14028) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub
55263 (MSN 14029)
55264 (MSN 14030)
55265 (MSN 14031) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub.  To civil registry as N33555 but NTU
55266 (MSN 14032) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub
55267 (MSN 14033)
55268/55325 (MSN 14034/14091) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cubs.
55272 (MSN 14038) to civil registry as N33561 but NTU
55289 (MSN 14055) to civil registry as N33578 but NTU
55290 (MSN 14056) to civil registry as N33579 but NTU
55295 (MSN 14061) to civil registry as N222N but NTU
55296 (MSN 14062) transferred to a broker in Watertown, SD in 1945, then to a flight instructor with civil 
registry as N33585.  To E. J. Perry in 1949/50.  Still flying.
55298 (MSN 14064) to civil registry as N33587 but NTU
55299 (MSN 14065) to civil registry as N33588 but NTU
55304 (MSN 14070) to civil registry as N33593 but NTU
55307 (MSN 14073) to civil registry as N33596 but NTU
55309 (MSN 14075) to civil registry as N33598 but NTU
55317 (MSN 14083) to civil registry as N42008 but NTU
55318 (MSN 14084) to civil registry as N42009 but NTU
55326/55524 (MSN 14092/14290) cancelled, not built
51-16086 ... 51-16091
Piper L-4F Grasshopper
Model J-5A for delivery under MDAP, supposedly for Iran
61-2384 ... 61-2407
de Havilland Canada AC-1-DH Caribou
Redesignated CV-2A in 1962, and then C-7A when transferred to USAF in 1967.  
2384 (MSN 39) delivered Jan 31, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF.  
Escaped Apr 29 1975 to Utapao AB, Thailand.
2385 (MSN 41) delivered Jan 31, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
No record of this aircraft being transferred to USAF
2386 (MSN 42) delivered Jan 31, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
Destroyed on ground during VC mortar attackat Vung Tau, South Vietnam Jun 13, 1966.
2387 (MSN 43) delivered Feb 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  With 535 TAS, 483 TAW hit by VC ground fire 
while on resupply mission and crash-landed in rice paddy near Binh Thuy, South Vietnam Dec 13, 1967.
Crew escaped.
2388 (MSN 45) delivered Feb 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
W/o Aug 1963.  Air America aircraft MSN 52 (B-853, cancelled Sep 7, 1968) was leased to the USAF as
61-2388 Sep 3, 1968 to Jun 15, 1973.  Sold to Pacific Corporation Jun 15, 1973, sold to Couthern Sky, Inc
Jun 27, 1973.  Used by CIA in Iran, project IBEX.  Flown by Imperial Iranian AF as 553.  WFU Jan 1979
and transferred to Tehran Aerospace Exhibition Center at Mehrabad Airport, Tehran.  Repainted in 2008
as "EP-RAJ"
2389 (MSN 46) delivered Feb 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Leased to Air America as 389 Apr 1964 for use 
in Laos.  Returned to USAF Jun 1974.  Assigned to New Jersey ANG.  To civil registry
as N6154T Dec 4, 1992 to National Naval Aviation Museum.  Front fuselage seen in 2008 on trailer 
display at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL.  Scrapped 2008
2390 (MSN 47) delivered Mar 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-27 Sep 1982, 
code 371-07.  Derelict at Jerec de la Frontera Jul 1994, later scrapped.
2391 (MSN 49) delivered Mar 26, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-18 Oct 1981, 
code 353-18 and later recoded 371-04, replacing T.9-24.  Stored at Villanubla, Spain.
To US civil registry as N54NC to Pen Turbo Aviation Nov 21, 1994, expired Mar 31, 2013.
Stored at Cape May, New Jersey.
2392 (MSN 50)  delivered to US Army May 1962 at de Havilland of Canada factory at Downsview Air Base, Toronto 
as a AC-1A, first assigned to 1st Aviation Company (Fixed-Wing Tactical Transport) Ft Benning, GA. 
On Jun 1, 1962, the Company deployed this new AC-1A Caribou to Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, 
arriving Jun 21, 1962. By Dec 31, 1962 had moved to Vung Tau, Vietnam.  May 27, 1964 loaned from US Army to 
Air America until Dec 31, 1966, then to the USAF, used in Laos by Air America as 392.  Returned to USAF Jun 1974, 
assigned to Missouri National Guard as 0-12392.  Dec 4, 1992 registered to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N6154S. 
Registration N6154S cancelled/deregistered Feb 20, 2004 as 'destroyed'.
2393 (MSN 51) delivered Apr 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA
Leased to Air America as 393 Jun 29, 1964 for use in Laos.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation
Red Leaf.  Crashed on landing at Strip LS-14 at Pha Khao 
Feb 4, 1972.  One crewmember was killed, the other 3 crew were injured and also all 34 passengers
2394 (MSN 53) delivered Apr 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-25 Jun 1982, code 371-05. 
Preserved at Museo del Aire, Madrid.
2395 (MSN 54) delivered Apr 1962 to US Army, assigned to 1st Aviation Company, Fort Benning, GA.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer Jul 16, 1972 to South Vietnam AF 
2396 (MSN 55) delivered May 31, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 61st Aviation Company.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Returned to Army Oct 1980.  Assinged to support
Kwajalein Missile Range Jun 1982 to Oct 19867.  Sold Oct 1986 to Darryl Greenamyer as N9011R.  Supposedly 
operated with Chieftain Air, reputedly a covert operation run out of Africa in the late 1980s.  Cancelled 
from registry Sep 2, 1993 on export to Mozambique.  Noted derelict at Komatipoort, SA Jun 1996.
2397 (MSN 57) delivered May 1962 to US Army, assigned to 57th Aviation Company, Fort Still, Oklahoma.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer in 1972 to South Vietnam AF
2398 (MSN 58) delivered May 1962 to US Army, assigned to Special Forces Aviation Unit, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to Spanish AF Sep 1982 as T.9-25, 
code 371-08.  To US civil registry as N888NC Feb 1988 to NewCal Aviation.  Tested Apr 1993 as a water bomber
at Malta.  Registered to Pen Turbo Aviation Nov 9, 1944, expired Mar 31, 2013.  Stored at Cape May, New Jersey.
2399 (MSN 59) delivered Jun 1962 to US Army, assigned to 57th Aviation Company.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  With 483rd TAW destroyed on ground in rocket 
attack at Vung Tao, Vietnam Apr 16, 1968
2400 (MSN 61) delivered Jun 1962 to US Army.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  
MAP transfer to Spanish AF as T.9-19 in Oct 1981, code 353-19 and later code 371-05 and
later code 37-13.  To US civil registry as N55N to Pen Turbon Aviation Oct 6, 1994.  expired Dec 31, 2012.
Stored at Cape May, NJ
2401 (MSN 63) delivered Jun 19672 to US Army, assigned to 61st Aviation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Leased to Air America as 401 Jun 29, 1964.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf, lease
to Air America transferred to USAF.  Shot down on a drop mission at Saravane (L-44) in Laos 
Nov 23, 1972.  All 4 onboard killed.
2402 (MSN 64) delivered Jul 1962 to US Army, assigned to 57th Aviation Company, Fort Still, Oklahoma.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.   MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF
2403 (MSN 66) delivered Jul 1962 to US Army, assigned to Transportation School, Fort Eustis, Virginia.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  W/o Oct 9, 1967 when struck a culvert durign
emergency landing at Qiang Tri Lavang, Vietnam 
2404 (MSN 67) delivered Aug 14, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 61st Aviation Company, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Leased to Air America as 404 Apr 1, 1964.  Returned 
to US Army Jun 1964.  To USAF Jan 1967 under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer to South Vietnam AF
2405 (MSN 60) deliveed Sep 6, 1962 to US Army.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Lead.
Crashed into a hill in poor weather at An Khe, South Vietnam Oct 28, 1966. 1 killed, 
2 other crew survived.
2406 (MSN 68) delivered Aug 24, 1962 to US Army.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.
With 37 TAS, 483 TAW hit by ground fire and crashed near Dak Seang, 
South Vietnam Apr 2, 1970.  3 crew KIA.
2407 (MSN 69) Delivered Sep 7, 1962 to US Army, assigned to 57th Aviation Company, Fort Still, Oklahoma.
Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF under Operation Red Leaf.  MAP transfer 1972 to South Vietnam AF.
13-5084 ... 13-5086
Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II
MSN AL-4/AL-6.  FMS to Italian AF

This page generated by gzUsafSearch.pl, at Sat Jul 30 16:40:54 2016, in 5 seconds
To contribute data or request additional aircraft information, please consult Joe Baugher's pages
Report bugs in the search program to Jeremy
BACK