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Formally accepted Aug 2, 1909.  By early 1911 was in poor condition, having been wrecked
and rebuilt several times.  Retired May 4, 1911.  Now in Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, DC.   Was not the same plane that crashed Sept 17, 1908, Ft. Myer, VA, killing Lt. Thomas
B. Selfridge.  
Crashed at Ft Sam Houston, TX May 10, 1911.  Pilot George Kelly killed when he
banked the plane to avoid an infantry encampment.  The aviation camp
was renamed Camp Kelly in his honor.  Plane was rebuilt, finally grounded in
Feb 1914, refurbished and put on display in Smithsonian NASM in
Washington..
3 damaged beyond repair after engine failure Aug 28, 1913, Philippines.  Pilot OK
4 crashed at College Park, MD Sep 28, 1912.  2 crew killed.
MSN 25.  Wright Model B type, a twin pusher biplane built under license by 
Burgess Company and Curtis.  Delivered to College Park, MD on October 10, 1911; moved 
to Augusta, GA Winter 1911-1912; to College Park, MD Spring 1912; Texas City, TX early 
1913; San Diego, CA Early Summer 1913. Taken out of service, with all of the Army 
pusher type biplanes on Feb 24, 1914.
MSN H-34.  Burgess-Wright Model H.   Wright Model H type, built under license 
by Burgess Company and Curtis.  Ordered Feb 10, 1912.    Delivered Jul 27, 1912. This 
first military tractor was accepted at and flown from Marblehead by Lt. Hap Arnold, 
it landed at Plymouth MA for repairs, next day on a water takeoff the aircraft stalled 
at low altitude and was severely damaged.  The aircraft was repaired locally and 
subsequently shipped to the Army Field at College Park, MD.  Taken out of service, with 
all of the Army pusher type biplanes on Feb. 24, 1914.
10 wing collapsed and crashed into San Diego Bay Feb 9, 1914.  Pilot killed
11 crashed in Texas City Jul 8, 1913.  Pilot killed.
12 stalled and crashed in Manila Bay Nov 14, 1913.  Pilot Loren Call killed
Another Wright C crashed on takeoff off Manila Sep 12, 1913
Crashed into San Diego Bay Apr 8, 1913.  One killed, one survived.  
Quoted as a Model E with a composite hull.
MSN I-35.  Burgess Company and Curtis Model I Scout.  Ordered Jun 19, 1912, delivered 
Jan 20, 1913.  Army flight instruction at Palm Beach, FL, then shipped to Manila, Philippine 
Islands for scouting duty based at Corregidor. Served with the U.S. Army Coast Artillery units 
based in and around Manila Bay. Equipped for two way radio communications, the 
first such operational deployment in the U.S. Army.   Aborted takeoff and wrecked 
off Corregidor Jan 12, 1915.  Pilot OK.
MSN J-36.  Burgess Company and Curtis Model J Scout. Wright Model C type.  Ordered 1912. 
Delivered Jan 1913.  On March 5, 1913 the Model J Scout #18 was assigned to Company A, First 
Aero Squadron (the first air combat unit in the U.S. Army) at Texas City, TX. The Model J was 
assigned to Lt. Moss L. Love who had learned to fly in the Philippines. Lt. Love and the Model J were 
transferred to the Signal Corps Aviation School at North Island in San Diego, CA on June 6, 1913. 
On September 4, 1913 Love was the tenth Army officer to lose his life in an aeroplane accident 
when flying the Model J (Wright C Type) #18 attempting to qualify for his Military 
Aviator Rating. He climbed to 2,000 feet and was descending in slow glide downward in a wide 
turning pattern when at 300 feet he put on power but apparently stalled and dove straight into 
the ground. This sequence of events was a Wright C characteristic that the 
Army argued was a fault of the plane; with the Wright Company, who had the most to 
lose, arguing it was the inadequate aviator training procedures. This and previous similar 
accidents lead to the elimination of all Wright and Curtiss type pusher aircraft in the U.S. Army. 
Love Field in Dallas, TX, a World War I airfield, and now a municipal airport was named for 
Lt. Moss L. Love, U.S.A.
Decommissioned 2/24/1914
Quoted as being S.C.21/S.C.22 with Signal Corps
S.C.21 delivered Jun 12, 1914.  Operated in Hawaii and sold mid 1914.
S.C.22 delivered Ded 1, 1913, condemned Oct 1914.
Burgess-Wright Model H. Wright Model H type, built under license by Burgess Company and Curtis.
Ordered 10Feb12
S.C. 24	MSN H-40
S.C. 25	MSN H-41
S.C. 26	MSN H-42.  decommissioned 8/25/1915
S.C. 27	MSN H-43
S.C. 28	MSN H-44
29 had equal span wings, 30 had long span
upper wings, ailerons on upper wings only.
30 was prototype for JN-1
Martin Company Model T. Two-seat training biplane
Burgess-Dunne Model BD-3, built under licence by Burgess Company
Ordered Mar 1913. Delivered Dec 30, 1914 to San Diego, CA. In the spring 
of 1915 the floats were removed and wheels installed then 
assigned to U.S. Army Coast Artillery for fire control support.  
Dropped from inventory Oct 18, 1916.
Martin Company Model TT. Two-seat training biplane
Burgess Company Army Tractor Trainer. Tractor biplane designed by Grover Loening and Lt. 
DeWitt Milling of the Army Aviation School at San Diego, CA built by Burgess Company to 
U.S. Army design specifications.   Ordered  9an 9, 1915. Delivered March 3, 1915.
Shipped to the Army Aviation School at San Diego it was accepted on March 31, 1915. 
Its flight testing determined that it had ample power, the climb rate and range were good, 
and it was stable directionally. The Curtiss Model S engine however was troublesome and the 
aircraft tests had identified a number of negative characteristics: poor lateral control, 
the rudder was too sensitive, and it was tail heavy with power on and nosed into a dive 
with power off. The trainer was ultimately condemned and sold on September 18, 1916.
41/44, 48 later fitted with JN-3 wings.
41 wrecked in night landing Pearson, NM Mar 19, 1916.  Salvaged for parts
42 dismantled and condemned in Mexico Apr 15, 1916.  Lower wings to 45.
43 force landed west of Chihuahua, Mexico after engine failure Apr 19, 1916.  
Burned to prevent capture.
44 damaged on landing at San Geronimo, Mexico Apr 16 1916 and condemned
45 condemned at Columbus, NM spring 1916
Martin Company Model TT. Two-seat training biplane
Similar to JN-2 but with extended upper wings.
52 damaged in force landing near Ojito, Mexico Apr 14, 1916 and abandoned.
53 condemned at Columbus, NM Spring 1916.
Martin Company Model TT. Two-seat training biplane
Martin Company Model S.  The Model S was 23-year-old Donald Douglas's first and 
only design for the Martin company, and it set three world altitude records and 
a flight duration record that stood for three years.  Assigned to the first U.S. aviation 
unit based overseas, the 1st Company, 2nd Aero Squadron at Fort Mills, Corregidor, 
in March and April 1916, where they used a radio transmitter with a range of 29 miles 
to adjust battery fire for the Coast Artillery.
56 destroyed 6/26/1916.
Based on JN-3 and fitted with OX-2 engine.
Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model S-2 advanced tractor trainer landplanes.  Order cancelled
The Model S was 23-year-old Donald Douglas's first and only design for the Martin 
company, and it set three world altitude records and a flight duration record that 
stood for three years.  Assigned to the first U.S. aviation unit based overseas, 
the 1st Company, 2nd Aero Squadron at Fort Mills, Corregidor, in March and April 
1916, where they used a radio transmitter with a range of 29 miles to adjust battery 
fire for the Coast Artillery.
Martin Company Model TT. Two-seat training biplane
Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model S-2 advanced tractor trainer landplanes
S.C. 110	Ordered Jul16. First flight 18Sep16. 
These two aircraft were sent in 1916 to the Signal Corps Aviation School in San 
Diego, CA. They were transferred in early 1917 to the 1st Aero Squadron at Columbus, 
NM to reinforce the observation and reconnaissance capabilities 
of the U.S. Army’s campaign in Mexico.  The cross border incursion was in 
reaction to the March 9, 1916 attack by the troops of Mexican revolutionary Francisco 
(Pancho) Villa on the then defense-less border town of Columbus where 
9 American civilians and 8 U.S. soldiers were killed.  The pacification campaign 
in Northern Mexico continued through the spring of 1917 right up to the United 
States’ entry into WW1.
116 delivered to Langley Field Sep 1917.  To McCook Field for testing.
Flown until the structure gave away.
117 delivered to Langley Field Nov 1917.  To McCook Field for testing.
Crashed soon after taking off on its first flight, killing the pilot.
Third prototype cancelled before completion, but was built and
put in storage.  Discovered in 1961 and restored and put on
display at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, NY.
Contract cancelled
Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model S-4 tractor landplanes.  Ordered Jan 1917
Burgess-Dunne Model BD-10, built under licence by Burgess Company
Special BD Model planned to be used for remote controlled torpedo experiments 
developed by John Hays Hammond of Gloucester.  Ordered September 27, 1916.  
Order cancelled on June 18, 1917.  The mission was eventually accomplished 
by the assignment of an Army Curtiss R-4
Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model S-4 tractor landplanes.  Ordered Jan 1917.
214 and 215 delivered, 216/228 cancelled.
Burgess Company Model BP Trainer.  Ordered 1Nov 1916. First flight Feb 1917. 
Delivered May 1917 to Oct 1917 to Mineola, NY.   These aircraft did not pass Army 
acceptance testing and were used as static aircraft for Army mechanics and aviator ground 
schools. Problems stated were stiff controls and poor visibility for the instructor 
and student aviator. It was also reported that the Commanding Officer at Mineola didn’t 
think the Model BP was sturdy enough to be stress tested in the air. Interesting considering 
the company’s reputation for strongly built and rugged construction and the fact there was no 
known accident caused by a Burgess’s aircraft structural failure.
Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model B-2 sesquiplane tractor.  All but 277 cancelled.
Flight testing by Tex Millman at Squantum on March 20, 1917 resulted in a crash due 
to flight instability and loss of rudder control at an altitude of 100 feet. The aircraft was 
destroyed although it was recognized by the Army observers that the steel frame construction 
of the aircraft saved the pilot’s life. Tex Millman escaped with minor injuries. 
The order for three additional pursuit aircraft was cancelled.
Martin Model TT.  Two-seat training biplane.
Burgess Company Model Twin Hydro.   Ordered Dec 4, 1916
332 first flight Aug 1, 1917. Delivered Aug 1917. 
First twin hydro was accepted by the U.S. Army in August and as a result of a an ongoing 
review of the Army aviation the coastal defense mission had changed resulting in the 
cancellation of the 31 remaining twin hydros. The single aircraft that was completed 
was transferred to the U.S. Navy at the submarine base at New London, CT where it was 
used for anti-submarine warfare tests.  
333/363 were cancelled.
All but 364 cancelled.
Cancelled and transferred to Navy as HS-1
Contract cancelled.  There is a reference to 408/427 being allocated to
Curtiss JN-4
There is a reference to 429/442 being Curtiss N-9.  Need more info.
Based on JN-4B and fitted with OXX engine, single float, and wing extensions similar to N-8
441/446 cancelled.  There is a reference to 443/446 being allocated to 
Curtiss JN-4.
Aerofiles has this sequence starting with 446, but this conflicts with Curtiss N-9
Cancelled contract
Cancelled contract	
493/503 cancelled
509/521 cancelled, diverted to US Navy
MSN 4, 5
Four aircraft in this batch built as JN-4B.
Contract cancelled.
556/956 cancelled.   There is a reference to 682/699 being allocated to 
Curtiss JN-4.   Bowers and Aerofiles have 705 being an LWF Type V
1200/1212 to JN-4C. 
1283/1300 to JN-4D.  
1301/1309 to JN-4C.  
1072 to civil registry as NC2310
1078 to civil registry as NC2088
1107 to civil registry as NC659
1115 to civil registry as NC4972
1121 to civil registry as NC4569
1133 to JN-4D.  Crashed near Kelly Field, TX Apr 2, 1918
1134 to civil registry as NC4153
1134 to civil registry as NC4153
1147 to civil registry as NC4151
1151 to JN-4D.  Crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 7, 1918
1152 to civil registry as NC5054
1161 to civil registry as NC3883
1174 to civil registry as NC4134
1245 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jul 25, 1918
1262 to McCook Field as P5.  To AMTS at St Paul, MN May 17, 1918
1282 to JN-4D.  Crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 16, 1918
1294 crashed near West Point, MS Aug 28, 1918
1302 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1613 and crashed near Kelly Field, TX Apr 10, 1918
1305 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Mar 6, 1918
1312 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Mar 28, 1918
1315 crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 22, 1918
1320 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1329 and crashed 7 mi from Mineola, NY May 8, 1918.
1327 to JN-4D.  Crashed near Kelly Field, TX Apr 17, 1918
1329 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1320 and crashed 7 mi from Mineola, NY May 8, 1918
1393 to JN-4D.  Crashed 3 mi E of gunnery range, Ellington Field, TX Jun 11, 1918
1405 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jan 24, 1918
1436 crashed 1 mi SW of Von Ormy, TX Aug 6, 1918
1456 crashed at Love Field, TX Jan 5, 1918
1491 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jan 29, 1918
1494 crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 27, 1918
1500 w/o in landing accident at Wilbur Wright Field, OH May 1, 1918
1508 crashed 3 mi SW of Kelly Field, TX Sep 12, 1918
1512 crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 11, 1918
1517 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Feb 27, 1918
1526 crashed near Ellington Field, TX Apr 4, 1918
1527 to McCook Field as P19.
1530 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1594 and crashed near Ellington Field, TX Apr 1, 1918
1555 to McCook Field as P3.  Salvaged at Wright, sold to Johnson
1556 crashed in Waco, TX Jan 18, 1918
1557 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Mar 8, 1918
1558 crashed at Beeville, TX Aug 11, 1918
1594 to JN-4D.  In Midair collision with 1530 and crashed near Ellington Field, TX Apr 1, 1918
1595 crashed at Park Field, Millington, TN Jun 20, 1918
1609 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jan 26, 1918
1613 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1302 and crashed near Kelly Field, TX Apr 10, 1918
1617 w/o in takeoff accident at Kelly Field, TX Jan 8, 1918
1621 to McCook Field as P2 May 1918
1651 crashed at Kelly Field, TX Apr 9, 1918
1652 w/o in forced landing near Kelly Field, TX Jul 2, 1918
1655 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jan 25, 1918
Licence built by Dayton-Wright.  All cancelled
Ex RAF D9038 used by AEF as trainer in France
2305/2403 were SJ-1.  Conflict here, perhaps were reassigned from cancelled JN-4D batch.
1690 (150th Aero Squadron) collided with 1697 and crashed 6 mi from Rich Field, TX May 25, 1918
1697 (150th Aero Squadron) collided with 1690 and crashed 6 mi from Rich Field, TX May 25, 1918
1766 crashed on takeoff from Eberts Field, AR Jun 10, 1918.
1918 w/o at March Field, CA Aug 2, 1918.
2158/2192 cancelled
contract cancelled.
2325 to NC1205
2337 to NC599K
2383 to NC3117
License built by Fowler
2421 (MSN 553) in Museum of Science and Industry.  Not sure if it is genuine.
2426 to civil registry as NC3811
2443 to civil registry as NC183
Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to 2455/2508, 2519/2524 as being 
allocated to Curtiss JN-4D.
To McCook Field as P8, condemned and burned Apr 5, 1918
Aerofiles and Bowers have these as being 2509/2518
2528 to civil registry as NC4069
2535 to civil registry as NC2631
2625 to civil registry as NC5968
2678 to civil registry as NC2773
2722 to civil registry as NC6909
2727 to civil registry as NC1128
2784 to civil registry as NC1884
2795 crashed Apr 9 1919 at Langley Field, Virginia
2805 at USAF Museum, WPAFB.
2808 to civil registry as NC778
2881 to civil registry as NC5929
2883 to civil registry as NC1583
2942 to civil registry as NC5753
2955 to civil registry as NC5269
2957 to civil registry as NC4801
2962 to civil registry as NC2474
2975 (MSN 450) on display at Virginia Aviation Museum on loan from owner.
2994 to civil registry as NC6901
3029 to civil registry as NC1833
3030 to civil registry as NC5190
3034 to civil registry as NC5114
3044 to civil registry as NC1350
3046 to civil registry as NC308
3061 to civil registry as NC4061
3123 to civil registry as NC1215
3137 to civil registry as NC3078
3149 to civil registry as NC154
3161 to civil registry as NC189
3213 to civil registry as NC1715
3227 to civil registry as NC4292
3233 to civil registry as NC560M
3240 to civil registry as NC2560
3246 to civil registry as NC3354
3259 to civil registry as NC5775
3281 to civil registry as NC1082
3291 to civil registry as NC1235
3334 to civil registry as NC1371
3410 to civil registry as NC4295
3413 to civil registry as NC1217
3414 to civil registry as NC778
3428 to civil registry as NC3589
3443 to civil registry as NC5362
3457 to civil registry as NC845
3525 to civil registry as NC3662
3526 to civil registry as NC153
3531 to civil registry as NC2893
3539 to civil registry as NC957
3545 to CF-AFW
3562 to civil registry as NC1960
3563 to civil registry as NC3271
3586 to civil registry as NC1818
3588 to civil registry as NC3719
3600 to civil registry as NC2817
3603 to civil registry as NC4627
3608 to civil registry as NC4617
3610 to civil registry as NC3896
3622 to civil registry as NC1195
3627 to civil registry as NC3426
3629 to civil registry as NC2520
3634 to civil registry as NC2741
3637 to civil registry as NC5014
3640 to civil registry as NC3325
3662 to civil registry as NC1979
3676 to civil registry as NC6905
3678 to civil registry as NC2726
3681 to civil registry as NC5826
3706 to civil registry as NC2755
3712 to civil registry as NC2939
3725 to civil registry as NC4757
3728 to civil registry as NC6512
3730 to civil registry as NC3972
3742 to civil registry as NC248K
3775 to civil registry as NC4211
3793 imported into Canada Jun 23, 1998 and registered as C-GDCX
3801 to civil registry as NC3591
3809 to civil registry as NC4199
3811 to civil registry as NC488E
3816 to civil registry as NC5928
3817 to civil registry as NC2588
3839 to civil registry as NC126
3853 to civil registry as NC5921
3887 to civil registry as NC142E
3898 to civil registry as NC1834
3919 to civil registry as NC3918
Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to these numbers being applied
to Curtiss JN-4D.
Built by Liberty Iron Works
3956 to civil registry as NC323
3990 to civil registry as NC2424
4002 to civil registry as NC1501
4048 to civil registry as NC1639
4049 to civil registry as NC3630
4067 to civil registry as NC6875
4072 to civil registry as NC3769
4074 to civil registry as NC2969
Licence built by Liberty Iron Works.  All cancelled.
4328 at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, New York State
4330 to civil registry as NC1425
4334 to civil registry as NC115
4355 to McCook Field as P26
4376/4475 cancelled.
4476 to NC2362
4495 to NC1226
4532 to NC5053
4554 to NC4048
4579 to NC3304
4627 to NC1094
4717 to NC5663
4748 to NC5337
4751 to NC839
4763 to NC2665
4768 to NC1106
4822 to NC1157
4840 to NC1340
4878 to NC939
4886 to NC554K
4887 to N-CACH, then G-CACH
4932 to NC2521
4944 to NC3280
Built by Springfield
4983 on display at Udvar-Hazy Center of National Air And Space Museum, Chantilly, Virginia.
4994 to civil registry as NC298
4996 to civil registry as NC3548
4997 to civil registry as NC854
5000 to civil registry as NC1195
5001 to civil registry as NC1870
5002 to civil registry as NC4800.  Acquired by the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of
Utah for Hill Aerospace Museum from the estate of Jim Nisen.  He had bought the
remains of the Jenny in 1958 and spent years restoring it to airworthiness.
Made its first post-restoration flight in April 1976.  Made its public debut in
May 1976 at Watsonville Antique Fly-In in California.  Made occassional 
appearance around Northern California, the last being at Porterville in non-flying
condition in August 1996.
5010 to civil registry as NC2785
5019 to civil registry as NC2004
5020 to civil registry as NC338
5059 to civil registry as NC2209
5060 to civil registry as NC3035
5063 to civil registry as NC159
5090 to civil registry as NC6840
5100 to civil registry as NC739
5109 to civil registry as NC1098
5111 to civil registry as NC241
5112 to civil registry as NC4491
5122 to civil registry as NC2151
5126 to civil registry as NC135
5135 to civil registry as NC1700
5146 to civil registry as NC330
5149 to civil registry as NC2992
5170 to civil registry as NC2000
5191 to civil registry as NC5653
5192 to civil registry as NC5145
5196 to civil registry as NC3240 
5212 to civil registry as NC2628
5213 to civil registry as NC182
5217 to civil registry as NC324
5219 to civil registry as NC6604
5220 to civil registry as NC1744
5222 to civil registry as NC4372
5227 to civil registry as NC5097
5273 to civil registry as NC5096
5300 to civil registry as NC507
5309 to civil registry as NC2500
5313 to civil registry as NC603
5324 to civil registry as NC2892
5335 to civil registry as NC6902
5340 to civil registry as NC301
5352 to civil registry as NC1837
5355 to civil registry as NC328
5356 to civil registry as NC1041
5360 to civil registry as NC2404
5365 to civil registry as NC4059
5366 to civil registry as NC1190
5372 to civil registry as NC2818
Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to numbers 5376/9293 being allocated
to Curtiss JN-4D.
8450 to civil registry as NC5019
8473 to civil registry as NC2373
8565 to civil registry as NC1481
I have a reference to 7795 being a Fokker D.VII (ex-German D7795/18) which collided with a
NBS-1 69491 (not sure of this number) over Langley Field, VA Dec 6 1922.  6 killed. 
contract cancelled
contract cancelled.  Believe that some were built, however
9111 to NC701
9241 to NC3460
contract cancelled.
contract cancelled.
Built by USAC
Shipped to McCook Field May 1918 as P4
Aerofiles has these as being 12883/12895, Bowers as 12883/12894.
19897 to McCook Field as P23
19898 to McCook Field as P22.
19899 to McCook Field as P58
19900 to McCook Field as P39
19901 to McCook Field as P46
19902 to McCook Field as P73
21959 (MSN A15101) was reported in 1988 as a DH-4 in NASM, Washington, DC
22455 to G-CACA
22461 to NC191
22507 crashed at Taylor Field, AL May 31, 1918
22509 (16th OS) crashed between O'Fallon and Lebanon, Illinois Dec 8, 1923.
22557 to NC1204
22559 to NC3733
22610 to NC1155
22641 to NC1433
22677 to NC4095
22684 to NC2190
22692 at National Museum of USAF.
22693 rebuilt by Curtiss with JN-4B type nose and OX-5 engine
22712 to NC125
22734 to NC1941
22763 to NC4369
22773 to NC3311
22791 to NC4823
22856 to McCook Field as P125.  Crashed at Atlantic City, NJ Jul 19, 1920
22864 converted to DH-4M-2S
22884 converted to XCO-7 static test airframe.
22909 to McCook Field as P160
23000 converted to DH-4M-1T.
23075 to McCook Field as P109
23109 converted to XCO-7A.   To McCook Field as P332
crashed Nov 9 1918 Langley Field, Virginia
23163 Atlantic XCO-8.  At McCook Field as P369.
23196, 23201 converted to DH-4M-2K
To McCook Field as P126
converted to DH-4M-2T
(conflict here)
To McCook Field as P334.  Surveyed Sep 19, 1924
converted to DH-4M-2T
23425, 23427 converted to DH-4M-2T
To McCook Field as P76
crashed on takeoff at Knoxville, Tennessee Dec 11, 1929.
23460, 23463 converted to DH-4BP-1
23467 converted to DH-4BP-1
23473/23480, 23485, 23486, 23488/23490, 23493, 23494
converted to JNSI
23492 converted to JN-4H.  Later became JNS
23532/23537, 23539/23551 converted to JNSI
23685, 23688 converted to DH-4M-2T
converted to DH-4M-2T
23716, 23717, 23722, 23723, 23725 converted to DH-4M-2T
converted to DH-4M-2T
converted to DH-4M-2T
23751, 23757 converted to DH-4M-2T
23766, 23744converted to DH-4M-2T
Rebuilt as Gallaudet DH-4BM 25-83
To McCook Field as P390
23947 w/o in landing accident at Fort Creek, NE May 31, 1924.
crashed 3 mi SW of Eglin, Oklahoma Mar 5, 1920.
24152/24161, 24164/24166,24170 converted to JN-4H
24155 converted to JN-4H and then to JNS
24157 became JNH
24103, 24105, 24134, 24135, 24140/24143, 24148,
24163 converted to JNSI
24111 to McCook Field as P336
24135 to McCook Field as P122
(conflict here)
24180, 24185, 24304 converted to DH-4M-1T.
24247, 24250,24253 to DH-4B-4
24224 used by US Postal Department for mail services
24227 used by US Postal Department for mail services
24239 used by US Postal Department for mail services.
24247 to McCook Field as P359
To McCook Field as P371
24318 converted to DH-4M-1T
crashed at Kelly Field, Texans May 29, 1924.
DH-4 version
contract cancelled
29150 force landed 70 mi N of Pope Field, North Carolina Ap4 9, 1920.
30060	DH-4M-2P
30063/30099	DH-4M-2T
30066	DH-4M-2P.  With 43 Sch Sqn wo/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Feb 7, 1930
30099 DH-4M-2 with 46 Sch Sqn crashed 2 1/2 mi NE of Brooks Field, TX Nov 5, 1929.
30130 to McCook Field as P78.
30131	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashlanded 3 mi N of Barstow, CA Oct 7, 1929
30135	Boeing DH-4M-1
30210 Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 46 Sch Sqn, damaged in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Nov 28, 1928
30248	Boeing DH-4M-1
30251	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  With 46 Sch Sqn, crashed at Brooks Field, TX Dec 5, 1928
30280	Atlantic DH-4M-2
30284 (18 PS) w/o in takeoff accident at Wainamalo Gunnery Range, HI Oct 1, 1930
30355/30360	Atlantic DH-4M-2
30355 converted to DH-4M-2K.  With 42 Sch Sqn, crashed 1 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Apr 7, 1931
30422	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 1 1/2 mi E of March Field, CA Dec 20, 1028
30433	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Involved in midair collision over Cajon Pass, CA Feb 21, 1929
30443	Boeing DH-4M-1
30446	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Forcelanded 1/2 mi W of Louise, TX Mar 3, 1928
30452	Atlantic DH-4M-2
converted to DH-4M-2K
30456	Boeing DH-4M-1
30459/30479	Atlantic DH-4M-2
30459 converted to DH-4M-2K
30469 DH-4M-2 with 68 Svc Sqn w/o in landing accident at Bayside, TX Sep 9, 1930
30479 to McCook Field as P433
30517	Boeing DH-4M-1
30520	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 46 Sch Sqn crashed near Elmendorf, TX Apr 4, 1929
30590 to McCook Field as P92
30607	Atlantic DH-4M-2
converted to DH-4M-2P
30632 to McCook Field as P102
30640	Atlantic DH-4M-2
converted to DH-4M-2K.  Crashed offshore of Langley Field, VA Aug 28, 1928
30708	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T. W/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 11, 1926
30723 to McCook Field as P82
30727 to McCook Field as P91
30731/30917	Atlantic DH-4M-2
30731, 30752, 30805, 30812, 30813, 30880, 30892, 30917 converted to DH-4M-2P
30731 converted to DH-4M-2P.  Damaged in takeoff accident at Marshall, OK Apr 16, 1926
30752 converted to DH-4M-2P.  Crashed at Benavides, TX Mar 9, 1929
30753 w/o in forced landing at Cold Stream Golf Club, Hempstead, NY Jun 22, 1926
30800 (68 Svc Sqn) forcelanded 1/2 mi N of Ringgold Airport, TX Aug 19, 1931
30805 converted to DH-4M-2P. to McCook Field as P425.  W/o in forced landing at Gulf, TX Oct 5, 1929
30807 crashed 2 mi SW of Somerset, TX Jul 25, 1930
30817 (47 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Feb 19, 1930
30846 to McCook Field as P105
30855 to McCook Field as P93
30859 crashed 2 mi SW of Chanute Field, IL Dec 22, 1926.
30875 ditched offshort of CGAS Island Beach, NJ Mar 5, 1927
30880 converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 70 Svc Sqn w/o in forced landing at Eagle Rock, CA Apr 23, 1929
30894 to McCook Field as P81
30913 to McCook Field as P94. w/o at Mitchell Field, NY Aug 11, 1920
30954	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T
30980	Boeing DH-4M-1
31082	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o in landing accident at Gonzales, TX Jun 8, 1926
31084/31167	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31084, 31095, 31159, 31167 converted to DH-4M-2P
31108 to McCook Field as P56.  Wrecked Detroit, MI Apr 24, 1920
31164 w/o at Scarborought, ME Jul 19, 1928
31184	Boeing DH-4M-1
31200	Boeing DH-4M-1
31202	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o in forced landing at Oceanside, CA Oct 20, 1928
31205	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o 4 mi SE of March Field, California Nov 7, 1929
31214	Boeing DH-4M-1
31216	Boeing DH-4M-1.   Converted to XCO-7B.  To McCook Field as P368
31219 w/o just out of Scott Field, IL Nov 28, 1926
31220	Boeing DH-4M-1
31231	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  Converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 91 OS, crashed into San Francisco Bay, CA
Mar 26, 1928
31242	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 1 1/2 mi SE of Camp Stanley Airdrome, TX Feb 16, 1927
31246	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T
31258 crashed 6 mi W of Gettysburg, PA Dec 1, 1925.
31260	Boeing DH-4M-1
31262	Boeing DH-4M-1
31265	Boeing DH-4M-1
31271	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed on takeoff at Santa Barbara Airport, CA Jun 22, 1929
31274	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 80 Svc Sqn, crashed into San Francisco Bay, CA Jun 14, 1931
31287	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Forcelanded 4 mi W of Brooks Field, TX Feb 10, 1928
31298	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 41 Sch Sqn w/o in forced landing at Halsted, TX Aug 22, 1925
31301	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 4 OS w/o in forced landing at Wainamalo, HI Nov 19, 1928.
31306/31307	Boeing DH-4M-1
31306 converted to DH-4M-1T
31307 crashed 4 mi SE of March Field, CA Nov 7, 1929
31318	Boeing DH-4M-1
31329 crashlanded 3 mi NE of Palestine, TX Jun 24, 1927
31345	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 72 BS, w/o in landing accident at Kahuku Point, HI Sep 2, 1926
31366	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  With 5 OS, forcelanded on beach 5 mi E of High Hill, Long Island, NY Nov 17, 1927.
31368	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o in forced landing at Waimanalo Gunner Range, HI Mar 14, 1929
31377	Atlantic DH-4M-2
converted to DH-4M-2P
31382	Boeing DH-4M-1
31386	Boeing DH-4M-1.  To McCook Field as P393
31391	Boeing DH-4M-1
31412	Boeing DH-4M-1
31425	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 1 mi E of Mitchell Lake, TX May 1, 1929
31450	Boeing DH-4M-1
31483	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 23 BS w/o in forced landing between Wahiawa and Haleiwa, HI Aug 20, 1930
31497/31498	Boeing DH-4M-1
31497 w/o in landing accident at Yturri Field, TX Jan 14, 1928
31498 crashed 10 mi SE of March Field, CA Aug 13, 1928
31533 assigned to NACA langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory
31556	Atlantic DH-4M-2 converted to DH-4M-2A
31561	Boeing DH-4M-1
31568	Boeing DH-4M-1
31575	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  WSith TN NG, crashed at Langley Field, VA Jun 25, 1927.
31624/31690	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31624, 31627, 31638, 31639 converted to DH-4M-2P
31629, 31656, 31666 converted to DH-4M-2A
31624 converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 64 Sch Sqn, crashed 2 mi NW of Cementville, TX Aug 7, 1929
31632 (42 Sch Sqn) w/o at Crystal City, TX Apr 1, 1929
31638 converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 7 OS, crashed at Fort Randolph, CZ Jun 7, 1930
31639 converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 117 OS, damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Apr 12, 1929.  
31656 forcelanded 5 1/2 mi SW of Odessa, MO Sep 22, 1926
31666 converted to DH-4M-2K.  Damaged at Abgbeville, AL Apr 30, 1929
31690 damaged in forced landing at Marbury, AL Nov 13, 1925.
31715	Boeing DH-4M-1
31756/31807	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31756 crashed at Nixon, TX Mar 6, 1926
31792 ditched into Mississippi River, 3 mi N of Jefferson Barracks, MO Jan 7, 1926
31803 (42 Sch Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Camp Stanley, TX Aug 23, 1928
31807 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 5 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Apr 16, 1930
31818 and 68165 rebuilt as Witteman DH-4B 25-89
31820	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31827	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  Crashed 5 mi S of Brooks Field, TX May 7, 1930
31829	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31835	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 47 Sch Sqn damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Feb 19, 1930
31839 to McCook Field as P428.  Used by NACA at Langley Field to test new pressurized cabin in 1923.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Laboratory Sep 1, 1922 to Dec 1927.  Registered as NACA 9.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Laboratory Dec 1, 1927 to Jan 1930.  Registered as NACA 25.
31844	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31850	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31856	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  W/o in takeoff accident at Edsons, AL Feb 14, 1927
31858	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  To McCook Field as P426.  With 68 Svc Sqn, crashed 15 mi S of Aguilares, 
TX Dec 2, 1928
31871/31886	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31871 to McCook Field as P427
31886 (43 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at El Dorado, AR Jul 7, 1927
31912 forcelanded 2 mi E of Grandville, MD Sep 18, 1926
31919	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T.  W/o in forced landing at Torbert, TX Jul 23, 1927
31929/31936	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31929 converted to DH-4M-2A
31935 crashed on takeoff at Ashburn Field, Chicago, IL Apr 28, 1927
31936 (52 Sch Sqn) w/o in forced landing at Tulia, TX Dec 27 1930
31940/31949	Atlantic DH-4M-2
31955	Atlantic DH-4M-2
converted to DH-4M-2P.  To McCook Field as P436.  With 90 AS, crashed at Galveston Country
Club golf Course, TX shortly after takeoff Feb 18, 1929.
31956	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T
31958	Atlantic DH-4M-2
32033 to McCook Field as P31
32071 to McCook Field as P21.  Wrecked at Erie, PA Jan 20, 1919
32084 crashed on takeoff at Dayton Airport, Ohio May 2, 1918. Both onboard killed.
32087	Boeing DH-4M-1	
32093	Boeing DH-4M-1	
32104	Boeing DH-4M-1. With 13 HQ Sqn, damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Jun 7, 1928
32172	Boeing DH-4M-1. With 23rd BS, ditched at Pearl Harbor, HI Dec 24, 1929
32188	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed at Douglas, AZ May 30, 1928
32205	Boeing DH-4M-1
32247	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Damaged in forced landing at Kahuka Ranch, Hawaii Jan 5, 1929
32319	Boeing DH-4M-1.  To McCook Field as P363.  W/o Nov 12, 1926, at unknown location.
32321 to McCook Field as P35.  Salvaged Oct 21, 1920
32341 to McCook Field as P34.  Salvaged Apr 1, 1921
32344 to McCook Field as P15, P49.  Surveyed Apr 25, 1919
32377	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed 2 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Dec 12, 1925
32404 (9 Aero Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Venice, CA Mar 5, 1920
32461	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T.  Damaged in taxiing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jan 24, 1928
32466 (9 Aero Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Calexico, CA Feb 27, 1920
32476	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T.  To McCook Field as P392
32481 involved in midair collision with P-1F 28-47 and crash landed at March Field, CA Dec 3, 1929 and w/o
32488 rebuilt as Dayton Wright DH-4B1 25-46
32512	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed on takeoff at March Field, CA Jul 19, 1929
32530	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Force landed 1 mi NW of Marble Falls, TX Aug 18, 1925
32538	Boeing DH-4M-1	
converted to DH-4M-1T.  With 13 HQ Sqn damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Jun 7, 1928
32562 forcelanded at Bolling Field, DC Apr 22, 1920
32578	Boeing DH-4M-1	
32703	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T
32729 Dayton Wright DH-4M-1
32733/32734	Boeing DH-4M-1
32733 converted to DH-4M-1T
32739	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Involved in midair collision and crashe at Wahiawa, HI Sep 2, 1927
32752	Boeing DH-4M-1
32772	Boeing DH-4M-1
32807	Boeing DH-4M-1
32814/32815	Boeing DH-4M-1
32814 forcelanded 1 mi W of Niles, OH Jun 12, 1927.
32815 converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed on takeoff at Hensley Field, TX Jun 21, 1930.
32833	Boeing DH-4M-1
32835 damaged in landing accident at Camp Stanley, TX Feb 9, 1927
32847	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 6 PS/18 PG, crashed on takeoff at Wheeler Field, Hawaii Jeb 1, 1929.
32855	Boeing DH-4M-1
32856 crashed on takeoff at Luke Field, Hawaii Jul 9, 1929
32857	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 47 Sch Sqn, w/o in forced landing 2 mi N of El Cajon, CA Feb 6, 1930.
32862	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T
32879	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed 2 1/2 mi W of Brooks Field, TX Feb 10, 1928
32888	Boeing DH-4M-1
32890	Boeing DH-4M-1
32894	Boeing DH-4M-1
32901	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T
32903	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T
32920	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 16th Sch Sqn damaged in taxiing accident at Kelly Field, TX Feb 18, 1926
32932	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Involved in midair collision and crashed 25 mi N of Victorville, CA Feb 21, 1929
32951	Boeing DH-4M-1
32956/32957	Boeing DH-4M-1
32957 crashed at Oceanside, CA Jun 18, 1928
32975	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Involived in midair collision and crashed 8 m W of San Antonio, TX Jan 7, 1927
32984	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashelanded at Waimanalo Gunnery Range, HI May 2, 1927
32994	Boeing DH-4M-1
32996	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o in forced landing at Bennett's Creek, VA Oct 28, 1925
32998	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 15 mi E of March Field, CA Aug 24, 1928
33006	Boeing DH-4M-1
converted to DH-4M-1T
33027	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Nov 15, 1926
33049	Boeing DH-4M-1
contract cancelled
contract cancelled
Started life as JN-4D before conversion to JNS
33763 to McCook Field as P48.  Surveyed May 16, 1924
33765 to McCook Field as P41
33771/33774 cancelled.
Built by St. Louis
33779 to civil registry as NC4236
33788 to civil registry as NC1966
33793 to civil registry as NC3564
33847 to civil registry as NC2980
33855 to civil registry as NC2562
33932 to civil registry as NC322
33935 to civil registry as NC1975
33967 to civil registry as NC352
33970 to civil registry as NC1028
33972 to civil registry as NC1153
33986 to civil registry as NC1500
34004 to civil registry as NC1942
34018 to civil registry as NC2089
34044 to civil registry as NC2926
34047 to civil registry as NC3645
34048 to civil registry as NC985
34050 to civil registry as NC724
34091 believed to be at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
34094 to civil registry as NC2086
34096 to civil registry as NC895
34117 to civil registry as NC4159
34133 to civil registry as NC2147
34135 reconstructed from 75 percent real Jenny parts, registred as N6898C and is at the Military Aviation
Museum, Pungo, Virginia
34147 to civil registry as NC3551
34151 to civil registry as NC2225
34153 to civil registry as NC374
34154 to civil registry as NC1518
34157 to civil registry as NC1642
34180 to civil registry as NC5377
34189 to civil registry as NC5051
34191 to civil registry as NC302
34198 to civil registry as NC1364
34206 to civil registry as NC5251 and later NC190
34258/34631 cancelled
34633/34635 cancelled.
contract cancelled.
contract cancelled
contract cancelled.  Not sure if these were DH-9s as well.
Some conversions to JN-6H, perhaps built originally as JN-6H.  I have a 
reference which has this batch as being cancelled.  
37395 to McCook Field as P6, wrecked May 9, 1921 and salvaged
Was a Re-engined Jn-4D dual control
37936 to McCook Field as P029.  Wrecked Apr 6, 1922
37944 converted to JN-4HM
38011 to McCook Field as P7.  Crashed at McCook, OH Jan 22, 1919, surveyed
38063 rebuilt as JNSI
38065 converted to JN-6H.  Crashed in San Antonio, TX Feb 29, 1924
38067 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Laboratory 
38073 converted to JN-6H
38074 converted to JN-6H.  Crashed 6 mi SE of Carlstrom Field, FL Dec 28, 1921
38075/38079 converted to JN-6H from JN-4H
38083 converted to JN-6H.  Force landed 2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Feb 19, 1924
38089 rebuilt as JNSI
38090 crashed Nov 14, 1918 at Langley Field, Virginia
38094 crashed Oct 14, 1918 at Langley Field, Virginia
38096 to McCook Field as P199
38105 converted to JN-6H.  Crashed at Ellington Field, TX Dec 9, 1925
38111/38417 converted to JNH from JN-4H
38124 originally built as JN-5H 41358, but inadvertently delivered with JN-4H serial 38124.  Later converted
back to JN-4H and subsequently to McCook as P24
38131 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Laboratory 1919 to 1923-4.  Registered as NACA 3
38214 crashed Jun 18, 1925 at Phoebus, VA
38253 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Laboratory 
38262 to JN-4HM
38274 to JN-4HM
38725 to JN-4HM
38276 to JN-4HM
38278 to JN-4HM
38436 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Laboratory 191 to Sep 9, 1923.  Registered as NACA 1
38526 to civil registry as NC336
38635 to civil registry as NC3363
38669 to civil registry as NC5659
38687 to civil registry as NC4103
38802 to civil registry as NC4925
38882 to civil registry as NC3932
38898 to civil registry as NX502.  To Skeeter Carlson, Spokane, Washington State.  Semi-airworthy as N3307T
38899 to civil registry as NC3991
38910 to civil registry as NC1358
38923 at Pioneer Flight Museum, Kingsbury, TX
38928 to civil registry as NC2843
38932 to civil registry as NC3512
38944 (MSN 160) noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
38983/39032 cancelled
From US Navy.  The following aircraft were transferred from US Navy: A883/A887, A901/A905
contract cancelled.
39056 to McCook Field as P88.  Retrofitted to accommodate a dozen passengers.
39057 to McCook Field as P72
39059 to McCook Field as P104.  Third engine added in nose position.
39060 w/o in forced landing at Bayshore, MD Aug 5, 1921
Serials 39062 to about 39125 were not used. The first 45 aircraft used serials 39962/40006; the next 19 
aircraft used random serials up to about 40069; the balance of the order used serials from about 39126.
39158 quoted as N111, MSN 444.  On display at Canadian Aviation and Space Museum, Rockcliffe, Ottawa as RFC C227
39159 to civil registry as NC3434
39231 to civil registry as NC699W
39301 to civil registry as NC1701
38314 converted to ambulance version, operating from Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas.
39349 to McCook Field as P57
cancelled contract
39508/39867 cancelled. Not sure if these are the same as DH-9
Built by US Aircraft Corporation
39890 to civil registry as NC1669
39896 to civil registry as NC4492
39899 to civil registry as NC963
39900 to civil registry as NC2252
39902 to civil registry as NC4436
39904 to civil registry as NC92
Aerofiles and Bowers have these as being 39920/39950 
39954 to McCook Field as P15.  To Langley, VA May 15, 1918
39957 to McCook Field as P20
39958 to McCook Field as P27
contract cancelled
39989 to civil registry as NC2556
contract cancelled
40012 to McCook Field as P65.  Surveyed Mar 1920
40013 to McCook Field as P53
40014 cancelled.  Serials reassigned from cancelled R-4L batch
serial reassigned from cancelled R-4L batch
contract cancelled
40021 to McCook Field as P89
40026 had McCook Field Project number P36
40027/40033 cancelled.
40035/40037 cancelled
40039,40040 cancelled
Built at McCook Field, with Project Numbers P40, P45, and P64 respectively.
40043 (P45) w/o in forced landing 2 mi E of Rochester, Ohio Dec 30, 1920.
To McCook Field as P28
contract cancelled
contract cancelled
contract cancelled
serial reassigned from cancelled B-2 batch
To McCook Field as P86
40060, 40061, 40062, 40067, 40068 had McCook Field Project
Numbers P43, P47, P50, P51, P71, and P74
respectively.
40062 shipped overseas 1/4/1919
40063 shipped overseas 11/7/1918.
40064/40066 cancelled.
serial reassigned from cancelled USD-9 batch
serial reassigned from cancelled USD-9 batch
serial 40066 reassigned from cancelled USD-9 batch
40070 to McCook Field as P62
40071 to McCook Field as P84.  Accident Jun 28, 1921 Langley Field, VA
40074/40079 cancelled
40072 to McCook Field as P98.  W/o in forced landing at Dayton, OH May 4, 1931
40073 to McCook Field as P113
40081 to McCook Field as P69
40087 to McCook Field as P68
40093 was P66 at McCook Field
40094 was P124 at McCook Field
40095 was P121 at McCook Field
contract cancelled
40100/40102 cancelled.
contract cancelled.
40108 to McCook Field as P121.  
40110 to McCook Field as P120.  Surveyed Mar 25, 1921
contract cancelled.
40115 to McCook Field as P70.  Was used by 94th PS when w/o in forced landing 4 mi W of St. Clair, Minnesota
Jun 18, 1924.
40118 had McCook Field Project Number P80.  Fitted in 1921 with 
pressure cabin, believed to be the worlds first aircraft to 
fly as such.
40119 had McCook Field Project number P60.  Crashed at Toledo Jul 3, 1919.
40123/40124 cancelled.
40121 to McCook Field as P59
40125 McCook Field project number P90
40126 to McCook Field as P97
40127 never flown
40128 to McCook Field as P85.  Wrecked Jan 19, 1923
Licence built by Wright-Martin.  Contract cancelled.
41236 to NC823H
41273 to NC5776
41324 to G-CASS
Converted to JN-5H but retained serial.  To McCook Field as P24.  Wrecked at 
Mt Shelby, OH Aug 18, 1920
contract cancelled
41597/41619 converted to JNH.
41500 converted to JN-6H.  Damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Dec 27, 1923
41553 converted to JNSI, to JN-6H.  Crashed 2 mi SSE of Brooks Field, TX Aug 21, 1925
41451 to civil registry as NC3683
41462 to civil registry as NC264
41465 to civil registry as NC3484
41495 to civil registry as NC3737
41598 rebuilt as Curtiss JNS 25-90
41618 to Wright Field as P209
41648 to civil registry as NC217
41656 crashed 5 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jan 20, 1924
41668 to civil registry as NC3768
41717 (MD NG) crashed at Logan Field, Dundalk Junction, MD Jun 25, 1921
41736/41885 delivered as JN-6HB (single control bomber trainer).  41740, 41825/41883 rebuilt as JNS.
41770 w/o at Godman Field, Fort Knox, KY Aug 20, 1920
41795 to McCook Field as P103.  Surveyed May 2, 1923
41859 to civil registry as NC3576
41883 crashed at Kelly Field, TX Jul 2, 1926 (destroyed as JN-6HB)
41884 built as JN-6HO.  Converted to JNSI
41885 built as JN-6HP. Converted to JNSI
41886/41985 delivered as JN-6HO (single control observation trainer
41890/41984,41906 converted to JNH.
41886/41888, 41895, 41925 converted to JNSI
41894 to civil registry as NC1839
41912 forcelanded 1/2 mi N of Perris, CA Apr 23, 1920
41924 ditched in San Francisco, CA Jun 7, 1925
41925 crashed 10 mi fro Brooks Field, TX Dec 7, 1923
41947 crashed Oct 1, 1918 at Pimlico Field, Maryland.  Pilot badly injured.
41970 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Laboratory 
42004 crashed near San Antonio, TX Feb 14, 1923
42054 crashed 3 mi from Brooks Field, TX Nov 7, 1923
42060 w/o at Aviation Repair Depot, Montgomery, AL Jul 23, 1920
42094 crashed 1 1/2 mi N of Travis Field, TX Jul 31, 1924
Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to these numbers being assigned
to Curtiss JN-4H.
to McCook Field as P96
Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to these numbers being assigned
to Curtiss JN-4H.
42129 to McCook Field as P44
42133 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH
42138 to McCook Field as P54.  Wrecked Oct 23, 192?
42149 transferred to US Navy as A6977.
contract cancelled
British built airframes sent to Curtiss for assembly.
43154/44152 cancelled.  There is a reference to 43771 being allocated 
to a Curtiss JN-4D.  Also, 44118 given as JN-6H of 94 PS crashed
on takeoff at Sagina, MI Sep 9, 1922
44201,44240 converted to JNSI
45164/45197 to Navy as A4187/4217
44192 to civil registry as NC4726
44219 to McCook Field as P63.  Wrecked May 15, 1919
44223 to civil registry as NC4652
44246 to McCook Field as P186.  Salvaged
Built by Sturtevant. Some references list these as being cancelled, other
references list them as having been built.
Built by Springfield.  44443/44541 cancelled.  185 are quoted as being delivered (44257/44442)
44264 to NC1274
44266 to NC2478
44267 to NC2388
44289 to NC4547
44305 to NC2188
44311 to NC1436
44326 to NC1042
44329 to NC1044
44338 to NC2559
44340 to NC4082
44348 to NC1043
44350 to NC1883
44364 to NC2889
44387 to NC5094
44388 to NC3590
44395 to NC265
44407 to NC2416
44410 to NC4018
44411 to NC1040
44416 to NC954
44424 to NC1372
Built by Engel.  Contract cancelled
44556 to McCook Field as P55.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
44613 to civil registry as NC4482
44664 to civil registry as NX320
44671 to civil registry as NX379
44675/44727 cancelled
44732, 44735, 44777, 44803, 44821, 44881, 44882, 44890, 44953, 45042/45069, 45091/45134,
45214, 45235, 45252  converted to JNSI
45021, 45081/45087 converted to JNH
44774, 44839, 44859, 44924, 44929, 44945, 45009, 45077, 54234 
converted to JN-4H.
34 delivered to US Navy.
44730 crashed at Santa Cruz, CA Sep 6, 1924.
44733 forcelanded 1/2 mi N of railroad tunnel, San Francisco, CA May 5, 1925
44742 rebuilt as Curtiss JNS 25-84
44750 crashed 400 yd E of Clover Field, CA Sep 26, 1923
44758 forcelanded 200 yd N of Brooks Field, TX Pct 25, 1923.
44762 (65 Svc Sqn) ditched at Kalaeloa Pond, Honolulu, HI Feb 20, 1925
44768 w/o at Farley Field, Kokomo, IN Mar 25, 1923
44784 crashed on takeoff at Wheeler Field, HI Mar 27, 1925
44788 crashed 4 mi W of Brooks Field, TX Aug 7, 1925
44789 crashed at Dorr Field, Arcadia, FL May 11, 1920
44791 forcelanded at Brooks Field, TX Feb 10, 1925
44796 seen wrecked at Carlstrom AAF, FL Dec 28, 1921.  2nd Lt Samuel Davis killed.
Davis-Monthan AFB is named in part for him.
44806 crashed 2 1/2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Feb 10, 1925.
44807 w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Nov 21, 1924.
44812 forcelanded 2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Nov 13, 1923
44819 crashed 2 mi E of March Field, CA Dec 8, 1920
44843 w/o at Brooks Field, TX Mar 8, 1923
44844 crashed near Carlstrom Field, FL Jan 6, 1921
44846 crashed at Carlstrom Field, FL Jun 10, 1921
44851 crashed 4 mi E of Brooks Field, TX May 20, 1924
44869 crashed at Woodward Field, Salt Lake City, UT Mar 1, 1923
44872 w/o at San Jose, CA Aug 19, 1923
44874 to civil registry as NC2683
44880 crashed at Stinson Field, TX Oct 24, 1923
44882 converted to JNSI.  W/o in landing accident at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, SI Jul 14, 1927.
44883 damaged in landing accident at Van Nuys, CA Jun 25, 1925
44884 (4 OS) forcelanded at Kualoa Point, HI Jul 27, 1923
44887 (316 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Del Monte, CA Jul 12, 1924
44913 to McCook Field as P116
44925 (135 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Linden, AL Nov 30, 1922
44936 to McCook Field as P117
44941 to McCook Field as P112
44944 to McCook Field as P114.  Rebuilt as Curtiss JNS 25-127
44946 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory Sep 1, 1923.  Crashed offshore near Langley 
Field, VA Aug 24, 1924
44949 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory 
44954 to McCook Field as P115.  Salvaged
44955 rebuilt as Curtiss JNS 25-77
44957 crashed on takeoff at March Field, CA Mar 5, 1920
44963 forcelanded 1 1/2 mi W of Langley Field, VA Apr 8, 1925
44967 and 44968 to US Navy as A5470 and A5471.
44978 (316 OS) forcelanded near Richmond airdrome, CA Jun 28, 1925
44987 crashe at Ytumi Field, TX Feb 2, 1926
44993 crashed 400 yd from Clover Field, CA Dec 16, 1923
44995 crashed at Maxwell Field, AL Jun 24, 1925.
45010 to McCook Field as P111
45037 (147th AS/1st PG) crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Oct 12, 1920
45056 converted to JNSI.  Crashed at Camp Know, NY Mar 7, 1921
45067 converted to JNSI.  With 4 OS, w/o in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Feb 14, 1922
45080 ditched off Luke Field, HI Oct 30, 1922
45087 converted to JNH.  W/o at Fort Tilden, NY Jun 24, 1925
45095 converted to JNSI.  Crashed near Middletown, PA Aug 1, 1920
45097 converted to JNSI.  Forcelanded at Denton, MSD Jun 12, 1920
45099 converted to JNSI.  Crashed 3 1/2 mi S of Brooks Field, TX May 19, 1923
45106 rebuilt as Curtiss JNS 25-53
45120 rebuilt as Curtiss JNS 25-129
45125 rebuilt as Curtiss JN6H 25-51
45127 to civil registry as NC6787
45133 converted to JNSI.  Forcelanded on Langley Field Road, VA Aug 14, 1924
45140 damaged in takeoff accident at Gilroy, CA Sep 16, 1923
45199 crashed at Montgomery, AL Mar 1, 1921
45215 crashed at Fort Bliss, TX Jul 12, 1924
45217 forcelanded 3 mi NE of Brooks Field, TX Jan 15, 1925
45222 w/o in landing accident at San Francisco Bay, CA Aug 19, 1923
45232 crashed at Carlstrom Field, FL May 19, 1922
45252 converted to JNSI.  W/o in landing accident at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, KS Jul 16, 1927.
45254 to civil registry as NC2867
45256 to civil registry as NC2694
45268 to civil registry as NC3290
45272 crashed near March Field, CA Feb 2, 1921
45285 w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Mar 2, 1923.
Built by USAC.  Contract cancelled.
Built by Howell and Lesser. All 75 were delivered.  A further 100 ordered were cancelled. 
47343 to civil registry as NC3677
47347 to civil registry as NC732K
47356 to civil registry as NC2582
47360 to civil registry as NC2623
47369 to civil registry as NC2633
47376 to civil registry as NC4371
47377 to civil registry as NC2360
47379 to civil registry as NC2613
47383 to civil registry as NC6878
47384 to civil registry as NC5160
47391 to civil registry as NC2666
47408 to civil registry as NC863
Built by Liberty Iron Works.
47434 to civil registry as NC5599
47436 to civil registry as NC3292
47454 to civil registry as NC2222
47461 to civil registry as NC1977
47497 to civil registry as NC2518
47502 to civil registry as NC6899
47508 to civil registry as NC1714
47511 to civil registry as NC1593
Built under license at Springfield.  Contract cancelled.
to McCook Field as P100.  Surveyed May 16, 1924
Contract cancelled
49119 w/o at Arcadia, FL May 18, 1922
Reported in USAF Museum, Ohio.  Conflict here with Standard E1
49213/49544 cancelled.  Conflict here with Standard E-1
62452/62944 cancelled.
62446 may have been wrecked in freak gale at Hazlehurst Field
Jul 28, 1919.  
62447 wrecked when lost power and forcelanded in mudflats
on Elizabith Rivr Mar 10, 1919
62448 used for experiments in 1921 with experimental 2000-lb armor-piercing
bombs.  Also used to drop an experimental 4000-lb bomb at Aberdeen
Proving Grounds, MD.  Lost power on takeoff and crashed
Jun 5, 1923.
62450 may have been wrecked in freak gale at Hazlehurst Field
Jul 28, 1919.
62451 wrecked Jul 4, 1919.  Also listed as in accident May 21, 1921 Morgantown, MD
62945 to McCook Field as P77, P435
62946 to McCook Field as P79.  Wrecked Jul 4, 1920
62947 to McCook Field as P107.  Wrecked Jun 25, 1920
62948 to McCook Field as P123.  In accident at Keyser, WV Oct 3, 1921
62948 conflict here.  Forcelanded at Omaha, NE Mar 15, 1920.
62949	modified to Martin GMT.  To McCook Field as P87
62950	modified to Martin GMP.  To McCook Field as P106
62951	modified to	Martin GMC with 37-mm cannon in nose.  To McCook Field as P110.  W/o in 
force landing on Miller Street and Heigeman Avenue in Brooklyn, NY Mar 4, 1923.
62969 Atlantic DH-4M-2
converted to DH-4M-2T  62969 Dec 20, 1921 Accident Kelly Field, TX 
62973 stalled on approach and w/o at Kelly Field, Texas Jun 8, 1920
62980 w/o in forced landing 1 mi from Fort Sheridan, Ilinois May 10, 1921
62988 based at Kelly Field, Texas, crashlanded 200 yd N of Kelly Field, Texas Aug 20, 1923.
62989 (11th Aero Squadron) w/o in takeoff accident at Kelly Field, texas Dec 20, 1921.
62990 w/o Apr 22, 1922 in forced landing accident Lufkin, Texas 
62995/63000 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic
63005/63053 Atlantic DH-4M-2
63005, 63053 converted to DH-4M-2T
63016 May 26, 1922 Accident Fort Collins, CO 
63039 Jul 29, 1921 Accident Fort Sill, OK 
63049 Jul 4, 1921 Accident Corning, CA (May be 63409)
63058 Mar 8, 1922 Accident Waller, TX  
63068/63209 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic
63080 to DH-4B-1
63082 Aug 11, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA 
63123 w/o in forced landing at Mather Field, CA May 21, 1920
63129 Aug 10, 1921 Accident Fort Sill, OK 
63131 Jul 29, 1921 Accident Buckroe Beach 
63146 Jun 17, 1921 accident Sandy Point, VA
63168 Jul 18, 1922 Accident Roseburg, OR 
63169 (9th Aero Squadron) damaged in landing accident at Red Bluff, California Jun 9, 1920.
63173 (9th Aero Squadron) w/o in takeoff accident at Knos_Mundorff Field, Fresno, California Jun 12, 1920
63181 had McCook Field Project Number P190.  Used as testbed for
turbo-supercharged Liberty engine.
63220/63065 Atlantic DH-4M-2
63220 converted to DH-4M-2T
63229 Mar 15, 1922 Accident Vista, TX 
63240 Jun 23, 1922 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
63249 Dec 21, 1921 Accident Stockdale, TX 
63279 Aug 31, 1921 Accident Moundsville, WV P135 
McCook Field Project Number P134
McCook Field Project Number P129
63273 had McCook Field Project Number P147
63274 had McCook Field Project Number P168.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
Curtiss build of an Engineering Division design.
63276 had McCook Field project number P198 on tail.  Never flew.
63277 cancelled
63278 had McCook Field Project Number P130
63279 had McCook Field Project Number P135.  Crashed Aug 31, 1921
63280 had McCook Field Project Number P136.  Surveyed Jan 5, 1925
63281 had McCook Field Project Number P163.   In accident at McCook Field, OH Sep 28, 1921
63282 had McCook Field Project Number P161.  Surveyed May 3, 1922
63327 had McCook Field Project Number P202
63328 had McCook Field Project Number P206
63329 had McCook Field Project Number P207
63332 had McCook Field Project Number P164
63335 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory Jan 1, 1923 to Nov 1, 1923.
Registered as NACA 8.  Returned to USAAS
63336 had McCook Field Project Number P197.  Salvaged Aug 17, 1923
63337 had McCook Field Project Number P208.  Surveyed Dec 12, 1921.  After McCook service, crashed on takeoff
at Langley Field, VA Apr 14, 1925.
63338 had McCook Field Project Number P201.  Surveyed May 16, 1924
63346 crashed 7 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Jul 16, 1924
63349 w/o in landing accident at Ellington Field, TX May 13, 1922
63353 crashed 1 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Nov 4, 1924
63354 crashlanded at Kelly Field, TX Jun 23, 1925
63355 w/o in landing accident at Fort Leavenworth, KS Sep 25, 1925.
63357 w/o in landing accident at Ellington Field, TX May 13, 1922.
63366 Feb 14, 1922 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill. 
63376 Jan 17, 1922 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill (1st): May 4, 1922 Accident Chicasha, OK (2nd)
63383 Nov 28, 1921 Accident Fort Worth, TX  
63385 May 22, 1922 Accident Monohans, TX
63387 Dec 13, 1921 Accident Fort Clark, TX 
63390 May 24, 1922 Accident Denver, Colorado 
63395 May 8, 1922 Accident Dallas, TX     
63398/63475 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Boeing
63403 May 22, 1922 Accident Fort Sill, OK 
63413 had McCook Field Project Number P131.  Surveyed in 1922
63415 Jul 14, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA 
63416 Jul 27, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA 
63417 Feb 4, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
63458 Nov 17, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
63461/63507 Boeing DH-4M-1
63501 (9th Aero Squadron) crashed 3/4 mi W of Landing Field, Alturas, California Jul 10, 1920
63506 Sep 16, 1921 Accident Luke Field, NY 
63525 Jul 13, 1921 Accident unknown crashsite
63529 Jul 12, 1921 Accident off Oahu, HI  
63541 had McCook Field Project Number P140
63545 Atlantic DH-4M-2 converted to DH-4M-2P
63565 Aug 1, 1921 Accident Fort Sill, OK 
63567 Sep 22, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill
63570 May 1, 1922 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
63582 Aug 10, 1921 Accident Post Field Collision
63594 Aug 1, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill
63596 Aug 1, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill  
63600 had McCook Field Project Number P137
63601 May 7, 1922 Accident Cement, OK 
63603 Oct 22, 1921 Accident Duncan, OK 
63613 Dec 2, 1921 Accident Beeville, TX Collision
63616 Oct 28, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill  
63627 Nov 16, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
63630 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic  Had
McCook Field Project Number P139 when modified for high-
altitude operations, fitted with lengthened undercarriage, geared
and supercharged Liberty engine driving large-diameter 4-bladed prop.
63639/63672 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Boeing
63651 Apr 27, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
63653 Jul 21, 1921 Accident Monden, VA 
63656 Jun 24, 1912 accident Virginia Beach, VA
63657 May 4, 1922 Accident Pearl Harbor, HI
63659 May 18, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
63666 Aug 15, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA  
63669 converted to DH-4M-2T
63670 crashed Jan 20, 1921 at Macon, GA
63672 Sep 30, 1921 Accident Altura, CA 
63676 Jun 7, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
63680 Atlantic DH-4M-2
converted to DH-4M-2P
63690 Jul 11, 1921 Accident New Point Comfort, VA 
63696 Boeing DH-4M-1
63698 had McCook Field Project Number P218.  Salvaged Oct 16, 1922
63719 had McCook Field Project Number P158
63737 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic.  Had McCook
Field Project Number of P188 when used as testbed for
Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar I engine.  Surveyed Aug 18, 1926
63747 had McCook Field Project Number P157
63761/63823 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Boeing
63786 in Omaka Aviation Heritate Center in New Zealand
63791 Jul 9, 1921 accident Medford Field, OR (1st); Dec 13, 1921 accident Placerville, CA (2nd)
63801 Feb 8/1922 accident Criss Field   
63827 DH-4B-1
63832 Feb 10, 1922 Accident Medicine Park, OK 
63860 Aug 20, 1921 Accident Detroit River 
63868 Jul 23, 1921 accident Munden, VA
63887 Jun 13, 1912 accident Oceanview, VA
63891 Jul 25, 1921 Accident Poquosen, VA 
63896 had McCook Field Project Number P194. Salvaged Dec Dec 7, 1922
63897 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic.
converted to DH-4BW.  Had McCook Field Project Number P133.  Fitted
with Wright H engine.
63910 Aug 29, 1921 Accident York River, VA 
63915 Aug 31, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA 
63916 Jun 17, 1921 accident Virginia Beach, VA
63936 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic
63983 Jun 13, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
63987 Aug 18, 1921 Accident Richmond, VA 
64007 had McCook Field Project Number P175.  Jun 10, 1922 accident unknown crashsite. 
64008 had McCook Field Project Number P174.  Surveyed Oct 22, 1924
64009 had McCook Field Project Number P173
64115 had McCook Field Project Number P171.  Surveyed Jun 30, 1921
64122 had McCook Field Project Number P145.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
64125 crashed at Stinson Field, TX Oct 27, 1924
64127 w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Aug 28, 1925.
64135 w/o in landing accident at Duncan Field, TX Jan 25, 1926	
64140 had McCook Field Project Number P183.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
64141 had McCook Field Project Number P221
64144 had McCook Field Project Number P229.  Accident at McCook Field, OH Feb 14, 1922.
Surveyed Oct 24, 1926
MSN 200/209
64146 had McCook Field Project Number P187.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
64158 McCook Field P179.  Wrecked Jun 23, 1922
64160 McCook Field P181
64161 McCook Field P182
64177 McCook Field P205
64195 had McCook Field Project Number P162
64196 had McCook Field Project Number P227
64201 had McCook Field Project Number P222
64202 forcelanded near Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Jun 13, 1925.
64205 (2nd BG, 20th BS) crashed into river in high winds after takeoff from
McCook Field Apr 21, 1923.  All 5 crew killed.
64207 Jul 13, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
64212 crashed in Nicholas County, WV Sep 3, 1921.
64215 had McCook Field Project Number P303.  Designed by Walter H. Barling.  Largest aircraft of its day.  Had 3 wings, and
was powered by six Liberrty 12-A engines of 420 hp each. Max speed 96 mph at sea level, cruising speed 61 mph.
Service ceiling 7725 feet, 170 miles range with full bomb load.  Crew of 6.  Armed with seven 0.30-in machine 
guns and could carry up to 5000 pounds of bombs.
First flight Aug 22, 1923, dismantled in 1925 and parts stored in warehouse at Fairfield Depot.
Parts ordered burned by Maj. Henry H. Arnold.  USAF Museum has two wheels of the landing gear.
64216 cancelled.
Trainer based on HD-4 Bridget sports biplane.
64217 used for static texts
64218 had McCook Field Project Number P166.  surveyed Oct 20, 1926  Also had 
project number P238
64219 had McCook Field Project Number P142.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
64221 had McCook Field Project Number P178.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
64222 had McCook Field Project Number P185.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
64224 had McCook Field Project Number P152.  Surveyed Oct 20, 1926
64225 in accident at McCook Field Jul 14, 1922
64226 had McCook Field Project Number P339.  assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory 
Jan 1, 1925.
64227 rebuilt as 22-6
Three E-1s converted to radio-controlled aerial torpedoes
64231 had McCook Field Project Number P231.  Crashed at Dayton, OH Mar 13, 192?, pilot
killed.
64232 had McCook Field Project Number P232.  Surveyed Jun 12, 1923
64233 had McCook Field Project Number P253.  Surveyed Feb 26, 1924.
AS.64233 was the first aircraft to successfully complete a flight across the United States from New York to San Diego 2-3May23.
Now in NASM, Washington, DC.  
64234 had McCook Field Project Number P243.  Converted to A-2 ambulance aircraft.
Surveyed Feb 21, 1924
64235 (MSN 410) had McCook Field Project Number P248.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1924
64236 (MSN 411) had McCook Field Project Number P310.
64237 cancelled
64238 DB-1A.  This plane never actually flew.
64239 completed as DB-1B.  Had McCook Field Project Number P304.  Surveyed Dec 7, 1926
64243 equipped as an ambulance
64245 had McCook Field Project Number P240
64248 had McCook Field Project Number P244
64249 cancelled
Sep 2, 1922 Accident Langley Field, VA 
64281 had McCook Field Project Number P261.  Surveyed Jan 2, 1923
64300 had McCook Field Project Number P180.  surveyed Sep 17, 1923
64301 had McCook Field Project Number P170
64302 had McCook Field Project Number P196
64306 had McCook Field Project Number P172
64310 had McCook Field Project Number P203.  Surveyed Apr 22, 1924
64311 had McCook Field Project Number P204
built by Springfield
64313 had McCook Field Project Number P217.  Surveyed Mar 16, 1927
64314 had McCook Field Project Number P214.
64315 had McCook Field Project Number P215
64316 had McCook Field Project Number P216
64317 had McCook Field Project Number P200.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
At McCook Field as P234.  Surveyed Jan 11, 1926
64345 had McCook Field Project Number P165.  Surveyed Mar 18, 1927
64346 had McCook Field Project Number P195.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
64348 had McCook Field Project Number P177
64349 had McCook Field Project Number P176
64350 had McCook Field Project Number P189.  surveyed Oct 20, 1926
64354 had McCook Field Project Number P252
64356 had McCook Field Project Number P226.  Featured revised cockpit position
and outsize wheels
64386,64387 cancelled
64388 had McCook Field Project Number P233.  Surveyed Oct 20, 1922
64389 had McCook Field Project Number P236.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
Side-by-side two-seat biplane, developed from commercial Chummy.
64390 had McCook Field Project Number P230
64391 had McCook Field Project Number P239
64392 had McCook Field Project Number P262
64536 Feb 20, 1922 accident Langley Field, VA 
64544 Jul 8, 1921 Accident unknown crashsite 
64547 w/o in forced landing at Stamford, Connecticut Nov 23, 1923
Had McCook Field Project Number P277 when used as testbed for 
Curtiss D-12 engine.
64593 had McCook Field Project Number P193.  A large container
was built into the rear fuselage.  Fitted with 185-gallon main
fuel tank faired into rear cockpit for long-range racing.
w/o in forced landing 2 mi W of Hilo, Hawaii Feb 21, 1924
3/13/1922 Accident Langley Field, VA 
Sep 2, 1922 Accident Veazie, ME 
68002 w/o in forced landing at Prince Frederick, MD May 14, 1921
68003 in accident Feb 21, 1921 Langley Field, VA
22 OS; forcelanded 3 mi W of Jackson, MS apr 24, 1923
w/o in landing accident at Enid, OK Nov 13, 1920
68036 w/o in landing accident at Carlstrom Field, FL Jan 22, 1922.
68042 crashed on takeoff at Roberts Field, Birminghan, AL Nov 20, 1923
68052 w/o in landing accident at Fort Benning, GA May 17, 1923
68057 Feb 14, 1922 Accident Calstrom Field, FL 
68112 w/o in landing accident at Ellington Field, TX Jul 29, 1925
68113 crashed 2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Jun 5, 1924
68114 w/o at Leon, OK Apr 12, 1924
68116 w/o at Denton, TX Dec 28, 1920
Apr 30, 1922 Accident Sweeney, TX 
68148 Oct 27, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
68150 w/o at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Dec 4, 1920
68154 damaged in landing accident at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Nov 22, 1920
68160 Dec 2, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
68161 Aug 7, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
68165 and 31818 rebuilt as Witteman DH-4B 25-89
68166 w/o in forced landing at Gracemont, OK May 21, 1922
68171 Dec 22, 1921 Accident Kelly Field, TX 
68176 w/o in takeoff accident at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Jan 18, 1921.
68178 crashed 2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Sep 2, 1924
68180 w/o in landing accident May 26, 1922 Colorado Springs, CO 
68188 converted to D.H.4Amb-2
68194 crashed on takeoff at Clark Field, Philippines Jul 15, 1925
68203 forcelanded 4 mi E of Fort Sill, OK Apr 18, 1923
68204 Dec 11, 1921 w/o in landing accident Post Field, Ft. Sill, OK
68209 had McCook Field Project Number P211.  Surveyed Jan 2, 1923
68214 had McCook Field Project Number P220
68219 converted to DH.4BP-1
damaged in landing accident at Philips Field, Aberdeen, MD Sep 14, 1924.
Dec 11, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill
MSN 210/409
68237 had McCook Field Project Number P259.  Accident at Camp Lewis, WA Jun 7, 1922.
Salvaged May 19, 1924
68238 had McCook Field Project Number P260.  Surveyed Jun 16, 1923
68238 had McCook Field Project Number P147.  Surveyed Jun 16, 1923
68281 had McCook Field Project Number P353.  Surveyed Dec 19, 1924
Built by LWF to a design owned by the Army
68437 (25 BS) crashed on takeoff at Manzanillo Bay, CZ Feb 20, 1924.
68442 (23 BS) forcelanded at Pearl Harbor, HI Apr 14, 1925.
68445 (23 BS) w/o in landing accident at Kahului, HI Jan 31, 1925.
68447 forcelanded nar Moundsville, WV Nov 20, 1924
68448 (23 BS) crashed on takeoff at Luke Field, HI Mar 27, 1924.
68454 (23 BS) ditched off Ford Island, HI Mar 11, 1927
68455 (23 BS) force landed SE of Luke Field, HI Jun 23, 1927.
68447 forcelanded near Moundsville, WV Nov 20, 1924.
68448 (23 BS) crashed on takeoff at Luke Field, HI Mar 27, 1924
68454 (23 BS) ditched off Ford Island, HI Mar 11, 1927
68455 (23 BS) forcelanded SE of Luke Field, HI Jun 23, 1927.
68459 crashed at France Field, CZ Feb 8, 1926
68461 (23 BS) ditched in Waimea Bay, HI Nov 23, 1925
68464 (25 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Albrook Field, CZ Feb 19, 1929
68466 (25 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at San Jose, Costa Rica Jan 4, 1925.
68473 had McCook Field Project Number P249.  assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory 
Jan 1, 1925 to 1927.  Registered as NACA 16
68475 had McCook Field Project Number P223.  Surveyed Oct 18, 1922
68476 had McCook Field Project Number P224
68477 had McCook Field Project Number P225
Built by Curtiss to a design owned by the Army
68482 had McCook Field Project Number P254
68491 rammed by Fokker D.VII A.S. 7795 (ex German FF7795/18) over Langley
Field, VA Dec 6, 1922.  All 5 on bomber killed, plus the D.VII pilot.
68496 crashed on takeoff at Langley Field, VA Sep 26, 1925
68497 w/o in landing accident at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Sep 25, 1929
68499 (49 BS) forcelanded at Staten Island, NY Nov 3, 1923.
68501 forcelanded 5 mi W of Zanesville, OH
68502 crashed 7 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Dec 19, 1925.
68505 crashed 8 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Apr 4, 1928
68508 had McCook Field Project Number P293
68509 w/o in takeoff accident at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD May 2, 1924
68516 forcelanded 6 mi NE of Bonner Springs, KS Aug 7, 1925.
68517 (96 BS) forcelanded E of Langley Field, VA Jan 26, 1925
68519 had McCook Field Project Number P316.  Forcelanded Grand View beach,
VA Nov 13, 1925.
68520 w/o at Langley Field, VA Oct 5, 1925
68523 had McCook Field Project Number P399
68524 crashed at Cape May, NJ Oct 19, 1925
68525 crashed at Augusta, GA May 29, 1927
68526 had McCook Field Project Number P322
68527 w/o in landing accident at USN Yard, Philadelphia, PA Nov 17, 1925.
68533 had McCook Field Project Number P306
68535 had McCook Field Project Number P308
68536 had McCook Field Project Number P311
68537 in accident at McCook Field, OH Oct 25, 1921
68539 had McCook Field Project Number P370
68541 had McCook Field Project Number P264
68542 had McCook Field Project Number P286.  Salvaged Jun 13, 1923
68543 had McCook Field Project Number P228
68545 had McCook Field Project Number P235
68546 had McCook Field Project Number P241
68548 to civil registry as NC4896
68554 had McCook Field Project Number P266
68557 had McCook Field Project Number P250
68559 had McCook Field Project Number P267
68562 had McCook Field Project Number P268.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1925
Built for 1992 Pulitzer Trophy race, part of the Army's 9-aircraft order for racers.
68563 had McCook Field Project Number P279.  Came in second in 1922 Pulitzer Trophy Race.  Flown in 1923 and 1924
Pulitzer races. Came in 5th in 1924 race.  tested to destruction in 1925, surveyed Apr 6, 1925
68564 had McCook Field Project Number P278.  Won 1922 Pulitzer Trophy Race.  Later raised the world's
speed record a couple of times.  Flown in 1923 and 1924
Pulitzer races.  Shed its wings in the 1924 raceSurveyed Nov 10, 1924
68565 was prototype for AO-1.  Had McCook Field Project Number P284
68566 had McCook Field Project Number P285, later P365
68567 had McCook Field Project Number P335
68568 cancelled
68571 had McCook Field Project Number P352
68572 had McCook Field Project Number P434
contract cancelled
68575 had McCook Field Project Number P246.  surveyed Jan 14, 1926
68576 had McCook Field Project Number P245.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
68577 had McCook Field Project Number P255.  Surveyed Aug 22, 1922
68578 at McCook Field as P263
68580 had McCook Field Project Number P326. Was used by 94h PS when it was w/o in landing accident
2 mi N of Mt Clemens, Minnesota Jun 30, 1924.   Surveyed Oct 22, 1924
68581 had McCook Field Project Number P327.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1925
68582 had McCook Field Project Number P378
68583 had McCook Field Project Number P283.  Surveyed Jan 20, 1927
68584 had McCook Field Project Number P280
68586 had McCook Field Project Number P274
68587 had McCook Field Project Number P281.  Surveyed Mar 7, 1926
MSN 516/518
68592 had McCook Field Project Number P337
68639 forcelanded at Oceanside, CA Apr 26, 1923
68641 (91 OS) forcelande at beach near Newport Beach, CA Jun 17, 1925
68643 (91 OS) damaged in landing accident at Air Mail Field, Reno, NV Jun 5, 1924
68647 w/o in landing accident Aug 17, 1922 at Blairsden, CA 
68648 (91 OS) w/o in landing accident at Eugene, OR Sep 15, 1922
68653 w/o at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Jun 28, 1922
68654 rebuilt as Dayton Wright DH-4BM 25-54
68655 w/o in landing accident at Crissy Field, CA Nov 15, 1923
68656	converted to DH-4B-1.  With 22nd OS, damaged in landing accident at Pope Field, NC Apr 16, 1926
68661 forcelanded at Jourdanton, TX Jan 5, 1923
68663 (91 OS) forcelanded 20 mi S of Roseburg, OR Mar 19, 1924
68669 (91 OS) forcelanded 20 mi SE of Eureka Aug 4, 1922.  It was based at Chrissy Field, CA
68673 (91 OS) forcelanded on beach near Carpinteria, CA Oct 26, 1922
68676 forcelanded near Kelly Field, TX Aug 19, 1924
68677 destroyed by fire Mar 19, 1923
68678 forcelanded at Augusta, GA Jun 11, 1922.
68936 damaged in landing accident at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Dec 11, 1921.
68853 Dec 14, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
Engineering Division/Sperry Messenger M-1
22-1 had McCook Field Project Number P373.  Surveyed Dec 7, 1926
22-201 ... 22-225
Aeromarine NBS-1
Martin NBS-1 built by Aeromarine to a design owned by the Army
201 w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX May 24, 1926
202 w/o in landing accident at Hatbox Field, Muskogee, OK May 31, 1923
206 (40 SCh Sqn) crashed 2 1/2 mi SW of Kelly Field, TX Mar 18, 1925.
213 (28 BS) dktched off Caballo Island, Corregidor, Philippines Aug 23, 1925.
214 (28 BS) crashed on takeoff at Camp Nichols, Philippines Jul 13, 1925
216 (28 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Camp Nichols, Philippines Jun 3, 1927
220 crashed 4 mi S of Duncan Field, TX Jan 18, 1927
222 forcelanded 3 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Aug 21, 1928
223 (28 BS) forcelanded 1 1/2 mi SE of Calumpit, Philippines Aug 23, 1928
225 forcelanded S of Chanute Field, IL Nov 25, 1924.
22-243 ... 22-243
DH-4B
Crashed at Baguio, Philippines shortly after takeoff from Clark Field May 23, 1923
22-244 ... 22-245
Loening PW-2A
245 ditched off Port Richmond, California May 24, 1923
22-246 ... 22-251
Loening PW-2A 
contract cancelled. 
246 listed as going to McCook Field as P294 and surveyed Nov 24, 1923.
247 had McCook Field Project Number P272.  Surveyed Feb 12, 1925
22-266 ... 22-275
Consolidated TA-3
266 had McCook Field Project Number P276.  surveyed Mar 18, 1927
22-276 ... 22-325
Eberhart S.E.5E
rebuilt S.E.5As.
282 w/o in forced landing 10 mi S of Kelly Field, Texas Jun 26, 1923.
287 stalled and crashed at Kelly Field, TX Nov 19, 1923
292 w/o Sep 4, 1923 at Kelly Field, Tedas
296 rebuilt from S.E.5A B4863.  To civil registry as NC4488.  Used in the film
*Hell's Angels*.  Became G-BXT Oct 2, 1985.  Registration
cancelled Sep 28, 1989.  Reported 2005 to be at US Army
Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL painted as 18-0012.  Also reported to be active in UK as G-BLXT,
registered Aug 30, 2013.  It appears that this plane was never at the USAF Museum, marked as 22-325.
300 collided with 22-310 and crashed 10 mi N of Kelly Field, TX May 9, 1925
305 crashed on takeoff at langley Field, VA Jan 26, 1925
306 w/o in forced landing 3 mi SE of Upper Marlboro, MD Ap3 30, 1927.
308 w/o in forced landing at Fort Eustis, VA Mar 31, 1927
310 collided with 22-300 and crashed 10 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Mar 9, 1925.  Pilot was Charles A. Lindbergh
315 to McCook Field as P320.  Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, OH
Jan 28, 1926.  ST 21294.
316 to McCook Field as P321.  Surveyed Jul 8, 1926.
320 collided with another aircraft ofn takeoff at Langley Field, VA May 7, 1925.
321 (58 Svc Sqn) force landed in swamp 5 mi S of Langley Field, VA Aug 5, 1927.
325 in USAF Museum, Ohio, painted as 22-335. 
22-326 ... 22-328
Verville-Sperry R-3
326 had McCook Field Project Number P269. Surveyed Feb 19, 1924
328 had McCook Field Project Number P362
22-379 ... 22-400
Vought VE-9
Peter Bowers originally had these as being 23-379/400.
384 damaged Nov 3, 1924 at Stinson Field, Texas, repaired.
(11th Sch Grp) w/o in collision when parked at Kelly Field, Texas Aug 10, 1925.
385 (11th Sch Srp) w/o in takeoff accident near Waco, Texas May 9, 1924.
388 (11th Sch Grp) w/o in takeoff accident at Muskogee, Oklahoma Sep 19, 1924.
391 w/o Sep q3, 1928 at Boston Harbor, MA
392 w/o Oct 3, 1924 at Goliad, Texas
393 (11th Sch Grp) w/o in forced landing 10 mi S of Wichita, Kansas Oct 14, 1924.
397 w/o Aug 8, 1928 at Williamsburg, Virginia.
399 had McCook Field Project Number P330
400 had McCook Field Project Number P331
22-401 ... 22-402
Dayton-Wright TW-3
401 had McCook Field Project Number P273
402 (11th School Group) crashed on takeoff about 1/2 mile SE of Brooks Field, Texas Sep 20, 1923
22-504 ... 22-504
DH-4B 
w/o in take-off accident at Camp Nichols, Rizal, Philippines on  Aug 22, 1923 
22-511 ... 22-511
DH-4 
to McCook Field as P251, not Standard J-1 22511.  Salvaged Jul 14, 1923
22-517 ... 22-517
DH-4B 
to McCook Field as P-247 ??, not Standard J-1 22517
22-529 ... 22-571
Curtiss JN-4H
Rebuilt by Army post-war from earlier aircraft and given new serials
530, 540, 548 converted to JNH
529, 543 converted to JNSI
532 w/o Jul 30, 1922 at Port Jervis, New York
533 w/o Jun 7, 1923 at Pine Valley, PA
535 w/o Jul 11, 1923 at Mitchel Field, New York
536 W/o Nov 8, 1926 at Phillips Field, MD
542 W/o Apr 29, 1923 at Shelbyville, IN
543 converted to JNS.  W/o Mar 5, 1925 at Westbury, New York
547 damaged Mar 28, 1924 at Mitchel Field, New York, repaired.  W/o Sep 30, 1925 at Huntington, New York.
549 w/o Jun 30, 1924 at Mitchel Field, New York
550 w/o Mar 26, 1923 at Bolling Field, NY
553 w/o Jul 27, 1922 at Rantoul, IL
554 damaged Mar 10, 1924 at Mitchel Field, NY, repaired.  W/o Jul 29, 1924 at Meadow, New York
556 w/o Apr 5, 1925 at Camp Mills, New York
560 w/o Jul 27, 1925 at Athens, New York
562 crashed at Chanute Field, IL Jun 20, 1923
569 forcelanded at Nahant Bay, 1/2 mi E ol Lynn Beach, MA Oct 20, 1925
571 w/o Oct 27, 1926 at Summerville, SC
22-572 ... 22-599
Curtiss JNSE
Rebuilt after war and re-serialed.  These may actually be DH-4Bs that were rebuilt
22-573		W/o Aug 11, 1925 at Godman Field, Kentucky
22-578		321 OS; w/o at Pearson Field, Vancouver Barracks, WA on 12JUN26
22-580		w/o in forced landing at Colonial Beach, VA on 20AUG23
22-584		w/o in landing accident at Phillips Field, Aberdeen, MD on 15FEB26
22-585		Fairfield AID; w/o in forced landing at Jacktown, PA on 14MAY25
22-589		crashed after take-off , 3 miles NW of Taal Barrio, Philippines on 04MAR25
22-590		w/o in forced landing at Ursina Junction, PA on 11JAN29
22-596		crashed on take-off at Uniontown, PA on 04APR25
22-1000 ... 22-1049
Boeing DH-4B
MSN 412-461
1003 forcelanded near San Fernando, Philippines Sep 22, 1925.
1005 (66 Svc Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Camp Nichols, Philippines
Jun 15, 1927.
1019 forcelanded in rice paddy near Camp Nichols, Philippines May 10, 1927
1021 ditched in bay S of NAS Cavite, Philippines Dec 15, 1925
1024 crashed on takeoff at Camp Nichols, Philippines Apr 19, 1924
1030 crashed 5 mi S of Porac, Philippines May 18, 1926
1032 w/o in landing accident at Barber's Point Field, HI Apr 27, 1925.
1045 (4 OS) w/o in midair collision with 22-1049 and crashed at 
Waipahu, HI Jul 23, 1945.
1049 (4 OS) w/o in midair collision with 22-1045 and crashed at Waiele Gulch,
HI Jul 23, 1945
22-1060 ... 22-1099
Witteman DH-4B
1069 (7 OS) w/o at ASan Jose, Costa Rica May 13, 1925.
1080 (28 BS) w/o in landing accident at Camp Nichols, Philippines May 31, 1926
1085 (63 SVC Sqn) force landed at Punta del Pilon, Panama Mar 10, 1926.
1086 (2 OS) force landed at Pasay, Philippines Mar 12, 1926.
1088 w/o in takeoff accident at Boquete, Panama Feb 12, 1925.
1093 w/o in takeoff accident at Penonome, Panama Dec 23, 1924.
1095 forcelanded 4 mi N of Fort Randolph, CZ Sep 10, 1925.
1097 force-landed 15 mi NW of Punta Chame, Panama May 29, 1924
1098 forcelanded near Aparri, Philippines May 8, 1926
1099 forcelanded at Fort Davis, CZ Aug 12, 1926
22-1100 ... 22-1149
Aeromarine DH-4B
1120, 1126, 1139, 1142 converted to DH-4M-2T
1104 (11 BS) damaged in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Jul 4, 1924.
1107 to McCook Field as P-298.  Forcelanded 1 mi E of Blanchester, OH
Sep 13, 1925.  Surveyed Nov 21, 1925.
1110 forcelanded short of runway at McCook Field, OH May 2, 1925.
1113 forcelanded 2 mi from Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Feb 19, 1925.
1115 crashlanded at Sakonnet Point, Little Compton, RI Jun 13, 1924.
1117 to McCook Field as P-297.  Surveyed Jan 30, 1925.
1118 to McCook Field as P-307.  Surveyed Dec 7, 1926
1121 to McCook Field as P-300.  Surveyed Feb 2, 1927.
1122 to McCook Field as P-301.  W/o in landing accident at Monmouth, IL Apr 
29, 1925.  Surveyed Jul 24, 1923
1123 to McCook Field as P-299.  Surveyed Mar 8, 1927.
1124 to McCook Field as P-296.  w/o in landing addident at
McCook Field, OH Jul 11, 1925.  Surveyed Aug 6, 1925.
1125 to McCook Field as P-302.  Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, OH
Jan 27, 1927.  ST 28020
1128 to McCook Field as P-292.  Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, OH
Jan 27, 1927.  ST 28020.  
1131 (88 OS) w/o at Chanute Field, IL Aug 12, 1924.
1134 forcelanded 5 mi N of Ellington Field, TX Jul 24, 1925
1138 w/o in landing accident at Corpus Christi, TX Sep 4, 1925.
1142 (DH-4M-2T) w/o in landing accident at Matagorda, TX Jan 17, 1931.
1145 forcelanded at Wheatfield, IN Jul 8, 1925
1146 crashed in Rappahannock River off Tolls Point, VA Mar 10, 1925.
1148 crashed 2 mi SE of Frostburg, MD Oct 16, 1925.
1149 w/o in landing accident at Grisard Field, OH Aug 11, 1924.
22-1150 ... 22-1199
Thomas-Morse DH-4B
1150 forcelanded at Pleasant Hill, IL Feb 22, 1925
1152 w/o at Langlin Field, WV Apr 23, 1924
1154 to Mexican AF Jan 1924 as FAM-1
1159 (22 AS) w/o in takeoff accident at Newelton, LA May 26, 1925.
1162 forcelanded in bombing range N of Langley Field, VA Oct 20, 1924.
1164 w/o in landing accident at South Field, Lincoln, NE May 27, 1924.
1169 forcelanded 8 mi SE of Kokomo, IN Jun 1, 1925
1170 converted as smokescreen layer.
1172 w/o in landing accident at Irvington, VA Sep 7, 1925.
1177 (94 PS) w/o in landing accident at Selfridge Field, MI May 11,1925
1179 damaged in landing accident at Phillips Field, Aberdeen, MD Mar 14, 1925.
1182 w/o in landing accident at Bristol, VA Aug 23, 1924
1183 forcelanded 2 mi N of St Clairsville, OH Oct 28, 1925
1185 w/o at Richmond, MI Feb 21, 1925.
1186 forcelanded in Delaware River at Bristol, PA Jun 13, 1925.
1187 to Mexican AF Jan 1924 as FAM-2.  Must have been returned, since reported
w/o in landing accident at Chanute Field, IL Apr 23, 1924.
1189 w/o in landing accident at Pope Field, NC Mar 25, 1925.
1194 forcelanded at Newport, MD Mar 15, 1925.
1196 (5 OS) forcelanded at Lore City, OH Dec 12, 1925.
23-1 ... 23-8
Loening S-1 - Air Yacht Seaplane
There is a photo of an Engineering Division GL-2 glider with the serial number A.S. 23-2 painted on it.  13 GL-2
gliders were procured, but they were used as towed targets rather than manned gliders.  Were the serials
A.S. 23-1 to 23-13 originally assigned to the GL-2s then the first 8 reassigned to the Loenings?
In 1922-23 there was a separate FY sequence for gliders, hence the duplication.
23-1 w/o in landing accident near Bondoc Point, Philippines Dec 31, 1923.
23-379 ... 23-400
Peter Bowers originally had these being allocated to Vought VE-9, but these are actually 22-379/400
23-436 ... 23-436
DH-4BP1
W/o May 22, 1924 at Schien Field, IN
23-463 ... 23-463
DH-4BP-1
Forcelanded 1 mi W of Schoen Field, IN May 22, 1924.
23-498 ... 23-498
DH-4B
W/o Jan 9, 1925 at Yanna Pidgro, Panama Canal Zone
23-503 ... 23-503
DH-4B
(94th PS) ditched of Turtle Island lighthouse, Maumee Bay, MI Mar 14, 1924
23-516 ... 23-516
DH-4B
Force landed 1 mi NW of Paxton, Illinos Mar 28, 1924
23-527 ... 23-527
DH-4B
Force landed 10 mi E of Ponca City, Oklanoma Dec 8, 1923
23-531 ... 23-551
Curtiss JNS-1
Earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft rebuilt and reserialed
531 w/o Apr 8, 1924 at Selfridge Field, MI
533 w/o Apr 14, 1928 at Hull, MA
536 w/o Dec 18, 1924 at Boston, MA
538 to Wright Field as P-314.  Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot OH
Jan 20, 1926.  W/o Aug 17, 1926 at Mitchel Field, New York.
548 w/o Dec 21, 1925 at Richards Field, MO
23-552 ... 23-553
Unknown allocation
552 listed as DH-4B to Wright Field as P-315 and shipped to Fairfield Air
Intermediate Depot OH Dec 3, 1923.  ST 21246.
553 listed as DH-4B-P1 to Wright Field as P-312 and surveyed Feb 8, 1926
23-558 ... 23-559
Eberhardt SE-5A
558 w/o Aug 4, 1923 at Palestine, Texas
559 w/o Mar 17, 1924 at Brooks Field, Texas
23-605 ... 23-650
Curtiss JN-4H 
605/625 rebuilt again by Army as JNS-1 and given new serials
631/636 rebuilt again by Army as JNS-1 and given new serials.	
605, 627, 649 rebuilt from earlier model.
606, 615, 638, 650, rebuilt as JNH.
607/614, 616/624, 626,628/630, 633,635,637,639/648 built as JN-6HG rebuilt 
after war.
625,631,632,634,637 rebuilt after war as JNSE
602 crashed near Travis Auxiliary Airfield, TX Jan 9, 1924
605 damaged in takeoff accident at Yturri Field, TX May 2, 1924
611 w/o at Stinson Field, TX Feb 28, 1923
614 w/o Aug 21, 1923 at Stinson Field, Texas
617 crashed 8 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Nov 6, 1923
619 crashed at Smithville, TX Apr 6, 1928
621 (22 OS) damaged in takeoff accident at Fayetteville, TN Jun 2, 1926\
622 w/o in takeoff accident at Brooks Field, TX Apr 28, 1923
623 forcelanded at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Oct 4, 1924
626 crashed at Maxwell Field, AL Jun 16, 1925
629 crashed on takeoff at Brooks Field, TXC Jan 10, 1924
630 w/o at Brooks Field, TX Nov 12, 1924
635 crashed 1/2 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jan 9, 1926
636 w/o Dec 14, 1925 at Stinson Field, Texas
637 forcelanded at Brooks Field, TX Apr 16, 1923
645 w/o Mar 14, 1924 at Brooks Field, Texas
646 crashed on approach to Brooks Field, TX Jan 16, 1928
649 w/o Aug 25, 1926 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas
23-660 ... 23-674
Gallaudet DH-4B
669 had McCook Field Project Number P329 when fitted with complete wing
cellule from Loening COA-1.  W/o Jan 8, 1925 at Wright Field, Ohio.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1925
672 to McCook Field as P429
23-703 ... 23-703
DH-4B
W/o Jul 25, 1927 at El Paso, Texas
23-707 ... 23-707
DH-4 that became NC97M with US Postal Department
23-716 ... 23-725
Atlantic DH-4M
720 w/o Mar 1, 1925 at Georgetown, Texas
722 w/o Sep 27 1930 at Eagle Pass, Texas
723 w/o Jul 29, 1929 at Morena, CA
725 w/o Jan 8, 1927 at Rockport, Texas
23-745 ... 23-745
DH-4B
W/o Jul 8, 1925 at Pesoton, IL
23-751 ... 23-757
Atlantic DH-4M
751 w/o Sep 29, 1927 at Frost Airdrome, Texas
752 to McCook Field as P391
753 rebuilt as Witteman DH-4B 25-85
754 w/o Aug 27, 1925 at Maywood, IL
23-938 ... 23-948
Eberhart SPAD 13E 
Rebuilt SPAD XIII.
23-1200 ... 23-1200
Dayton-Wright DH-4B-5
Had McCook Field Project Number P288.  Surveyed Feb 11, 1925
23-1201 ... 23-1203
Curtiss XPW-8 Hawk
Initially procured as PW-8 until redesignated Mar 1924
1201 to McCook Field as P-295. Unofficially converted to CO-X with second cockpit.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1925.
1202 had McCook Field Project Number P333.  W/o Jun 30, 1923, Selfridge Field.  Also listed as force landed
1/4 mi W oF Selfridge Field, MI Jan 8, 1924
1203 modified as XPW-8A with single-bay wings.  Had McCook Field Project Number P364.
Later modified with tapered wings as XPW-8B
and became prototype for P-1 Hawk.  Came in 3rd in 1924 Pulitzer Trophy Race.
Crashed 1 mi NNE of McCook Field, OH Mar 20, 1925.  Surveyed May 5, 1925.
Dean and Hagedorn have it crashing Jun 1, 1925 while
engaged in mock combat at McCook Field
23-1204 ... 23-1204
Engineering Division XCO-5 
To McCook Field as P305
23-1205 ... 23-1209
Fokker CO-4A
1205 w/o Aug 3, 1926 at Langley Field, VA
1206 damaged in takeoff accident at Quantico, VA May 28, 1928
1207 w/op Mar 12, 1926 at Berlin, CT
1209 at McCook Field as P325
23-1210 ... 23-1210
Douglas World Cruiser DWC
MSN 144.  To McCook Field as P318.  Named ‘Boston II’ and joined the round the world flight in Nova Scotia as a 
replacement for 23-1231.   Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, OH Jan 28, 1926.  ST 21294.
23-1211 ... 23-1215
Huff-Daland TW-5
1211 to McCook Field as P324.  Converted to AT-1.  Shipped to Chanute Il Sep 3, 1925.  
W/o Jun 15, 1925 at McCook Field, OH
1215 converted to AT-1.  W/o Oct 19, 1926 at Anniston, AL
23-1216 ... 23-1218
Boeing XPW-9 
MSN 512/514
1216 to McCook Field as P309.  Surveyed Nov 8, 1923.
1217 to McCook Field as P355.  
1218 to McCook Field as P356
23-1229 ... 23-1232
Douglas World Cruiser DWC
MSN 145/148
These aircraft were ordered and built to be the first formation of single-engined aircraft to fly around the world. 
Started from Santa Monica, CA, 17Mar24 and flown to Seattle for the official start where the aircraft were 
named and fitted with floats. Departed Sand Point, Lake Washington, WA, 4Apr24.
1229 was "Seattle" - flew into water at Chignik, Alaska Apr 30, 1924 and was w/o.  Front section 
noted during 1994 at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK.  Parts still there in summer 2005.
1230 was "Chicago" - Now in NASM
1231 was "Boston" - lost near Faroe Islands.
1232 was "New Orleans" - now in WPAFB museum.  Noted in Museum of
Flying, Santa Monica, CA Jan 2002.  Reported in fall of 2003 to be destined
for Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA
23-1235 ... 23-1235
Curtiss R-8 
R2C-1 A6691 of US Navy sold to USAAC after 1923 Pulitzer Trophy Race.  To McCook Field as P354.  Crashed
Sep 2, 1924 on test flight before 1924 race.
23-1236 ... 23-1236
Engineering Division XCO-6
At McCook Field as P360.
Redesignated XCO-6B in 1924 then XCO-6C in 1926.
23-1247 ... 23-1248
Cox-Klemm XA-1
1247 to McCook Field as P383
1248 to McCook Field as P421.  With 68 Svc Squn crashed on takeoff at Ammans Crossing, TX Nov 18, 1929
23-1249 ... 23-1249
DH-4B
To McCook Field as P385.  W/o May 18, 1925 at Wright Field, Ohio.
23-1250 ... 23-1250
Huff-Daland XLB-1
1250 to McCook Field as P395
23-1251 ... 23-1251
Douglas XO-2
MSN 157.  Fitted with a Liberty V-1650-1 engine.  1251 to McCook Field as P374, later P519
23-1252 ... 23-1252
Curtiss XO-1
1252 to McCook Field as P375. Surveyed Apr 23, 1925
23-1253 ... 23-1253
Possibly the Consolidated TW-8, a modified TW-3 which
acted as prototype for PT-1.
23-1254 ... 23-1254
Douglas XO-2
MSN 167 Fitted with a Packard 1A-1500 engine.  (one reference has this being the Dayton-Wright XO-3 Mohawk)
23-1300 ... 23-1319
Consolidated TW-3
The TW-3 was designed by Dayton-Wright, but Consolidated was formed in spring 1923, and bought the Dayton-Wright 
trainer designs and was issued the production contract for 20 examples on Jun 14, 1923..
One TW-3 transferred to US Navy as Bu. no. A-6730
1303 w/o Oct 27, 1924 at Cibolo, Texas
1306 w/o May 15, 1929 at Miller Field, New York
1309 to McCook Field as P338.  W/o Sep 30, 1924 at McCook Field, Ohio.  Surveyed Nov 10, 1924
24-2 ... 24-7
Douglas DOS 
MSN 151/156.  Redesignated O-5 in 1924.  Assigned to the 2nd Observation Squadron, Kindley Field, Corregidor, on behalf of the 
Philippines Aviation Department
4 w/o Jun 6, 1927 Subic Bay, Philippines
6 w/o Jul 9, 1926 Kindley Field, Philippines
7 w/o Jan 17, 19267 Balingasag, Philippines
24-8 ... 24-8
Loening COA-1
8 to McCook Field as P384, designated XCOA-1.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory 
Feb 1925 to Feb 1925.  Crashed on takeoff at Bowman Field, KY Apr 9, 1927.
24-30 ... 24-30
DH-4B
47 Sch Sqn, crashed NE of Pendleton, Texas Dec 28, 1923
24-39 ... 24-39
DH-4B
W/O APR 22, 1925 at Cisco, Texas
24-51 ... 24-54
Dayton-Wright DH-4BP-1
24-56 ... 24-56
DH-4B
W/o Sep 8, 1925 Philadelphia, PA				
24-64 ... 24-85
Dayton-Wright DH-4B
75 w/o Feb 27, 1926 at Gatum Lake, Panama Canal Zone
77 w/o Apr 5, 1927 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone
80 w/o Oct 8, 1925 at Limon Bay, Panama Canal Zone
83 w/o Jun 24, 1924 at Penonome, Panama
85 w/o Oct 7, 1927 at Darien, Panama Canal Zone
24-92 ... 24-93
Curtiss JNS
Rebuilt aircraft
93 to McCook Field as P372
24-95 ... 24-95
Dayton-Wright DH-4B
W/o Feb 16, 1928 at Clark Field, Philippines
24-99 ... 24-108
Curtiss JNS
Rebuilt aircraft
99 w/o May 6, 1926 at Pittsburgh Airport, PA
100 w/o Dec 19, 1925 at Boston Airport, MA
104 w/o Apr 4, 1926 at Lambert-St Louis Flying Field, MO
24-112 ... 24-112
DH-4B
crashlanded 1 mi N of Alaminos, Pampanga, Philippines Feb 3, 1924.
24-113 ... 24-113
DH-4B
W/o Apr 3, 1924 at Camp Nichols, Philippines
24-115 ... 24-131
Gallaudet DH-4B
120 W/o Jan 15, 1925 at Camp Nichols, Philippines
125 w/o Feb 7, 1926 at Frostburg, MD
128 w/o Jul 14, 1925 at Cheyenne, WY
131 w/o May 267, 1922 at Haliewa, Hawaii
24-201 ... 24-225
Curtiss PW-8 Hawk
201 to McCook Field as P357.  W/o in landing accident at Fort Wayne, IN Jun 25, 1925.  Surveyed Aug 7, 1925
202 to McCook Field as P358.  Fitted with turbo supercharger for tests.
203 w/o in forced landing at Lake St Clair, MI Jul 22, 1925.
204 to McCook Field as P361.  Completed dawn-to-dusk crossing of USA 6/23/24 flown by 
Russell Maughan.  W/o May 11, 1926 at Selfridge Field, MI
206 w/o in forced landing near Hicksville, NY Oct 7, 1925
207 w/o in landing accident at Camp Skell, Oscoda, MI Jun 11, 1925
208 w/o in forced landing at Attica, OH Mar 10, 1925
209 forcelanded 10 mi S of Leesburg, VA Nov 20, 1925.
211 w/o in forced landing at DuBois, PA Mar 6, 1927
212 ditched in Des Moines River, 1 mi S of Runnells, IA Jul 31, 1925
213 (1st PG, 27th PS) w/o in landing accident at Lake St Clair, 1/2 mi NNE of Selfridge Field, MI Jan 19, 1925
218 (1st PG, 17th PS) w/o in forced landing at Crab Neck, VA Oct 16, 1925
219 crashed 1 mi E of Eagles Mere, PA Apr 10, 1925
221 crashed on takeoff at Pitcairn Field, Philadelphia, PA Jul 20, 1925.
222 w/o in forced landing at Bolling Field, DC Oct 13, 1925.
223 w/o Nov 28, 1925 at Hornell, New York
224 w/o in landing accident at Selfridge Field, MI Feb 22, 1926
24-226 ... 24-245
Curtiss JNS
Rebuilt aircraft
227 w/o Aug 21, 1925 at Valley Park, IL
229 w/o May 31, 1926 at Logan Field, MA
230 W/o Feb 11, 1925 at Hershey, PA
232 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory Nov 1, 1924 to Jun 1926.  Registered as NACA 29.
234 w/o Aug 18, 1924 at Clarence, IL
238 w/o in landing accident at Chanute Field, IL Jun 19, 1924
24-247 ... 24-253
Fisher DH-4B
249 W/o Jan 17, 1925 at Zionsville, IL
251 w/o Feb 13, 1925 at Evensille, WV
253 w/o Oct 18, 1925 at Humberstone Field, PA
24-451 ... 24-454
Boeing DH-4M-1
454 converted to XCO07B.  W. Jul 8, 1929 at Fort Clayton, Panama Canal Zone
25-1 ... 25-44
Curtiss JNS
Rebuilt aircraft
12 w/o Jan 18, 1925 at Denver, CO
15 w/o Ju 235, 1925 at Westwood Park, CA
19 w/o Aug 25, 1927 at Ryan Airport, CA
24 w/o May 24, 1925 at Crissy Field, CA
25 had Wright E engine removed.
25-54 ... 25-54
Dayton-Wright DH-4BP-1
Remanufactured from 68654
25-132 ... 25-160
Curtiss JNS
Rebuilt aircraft
132 w/o Jul 14, 1926 at Portland, OR
133 w/o Sep 20, 1925 at Spokane, WA
139 w/o Jul 29, 1927 at Langley Field, VA
142 w/o Jul 18, 1927 at Langley Field, VA
146 w/o Jul 25, 1927 at Camp Sparta, WI
153 w/o Jun 5, 1927 at Richards Field, MO
154 w/o Jun 24, 1927 at Thomasboro, IL
156 had Wright E engine removed
158 w/o Jun 27, 1927 at Fort Carroll, MD
25-164 ... 25-200
Curtiss JNS
Rebuilt aircraft
164 w/o Aug 6, 1926 at Chanute Field, IL
165 damaged Dec 8, 1925 at Pittsburgh, PA, repaired.  W/o Aug 11, 1927 at Aspinwall, PA
171 w/o Jay 8, 1926 at Schone Field, IN
174 w/o Jul 11, 1925 at Pittsburgh, PA
182 had Wright E engine removed
184 w/o Aug 4, 1925 at Rockwell Field, CA
185 had Wright E engine removed.  W/o Mar 21, 1926 at Clover Field, CA
186 w/o Jul 31, 1926 at Oswego, OR
187 w/o Aug 6, 1927 at Joyce Island, CA
190 had Wright E engine removed
192 had Wright E engine removed
195 w/o Oct 21, 1926 at Selfridge field, MI
25-226 ... 25-234
Loening COA-1
226 to US Navy with BuNo in range 6980/6983
227 to US Navy with BuNo in range 6980/6983
228 (91 OS) ditched in San Francisco Bay May 1, 1928
229 to US Navy in 1925 with BuNo in range 6980/6983
230 (72 BS) w/o at Hilo Harbor, HI Jul 5, 1926
231 w/o in landing accident at Laguna de Bay, Philippines Aug 16, 1926
232 to US Navy in 1925 with BuNo in range 6980/6983
233 w/o in landing accident at Gatun Lake, CZ Jun 29, 1926
234 (7 OS) crashed on takeoff at Puerto Perme, Panama Apr 4, 1928.
25-235 ... 25-244
Huff-Daland AT-1	
235 to McCook Field as P381
239 w/o Apr 2, 1926 at Verno, MO
240 w/o May 13, 1928 at Culver, IN
241 w/o May 20, 1927 at Chicago Municipal Airport, IL
242 w/o Jul 15, 1927 at Rantoul, IL
243 w/o Dec 21, 1925 at Fairfield, OH
244 w/o Oct 24, 1925 at Franklin, Texas
25-245 ... 25-294
Consolidated PT-1
245 to McCook Field as P386.  W/o Jan 28, 1939 at Mitchel Field, NY
246 to McCook Field as P387, then to 59 Svc Sqn.  Crashed 1 mi NW of Center Cross, VA Jun 1, 1929.
247 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 1 mi W of Lady of the Lake College, San Antonio, TX Jan 31, 1927.
248 (16 OS) crashed at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, KS Jan 29, 1929
249  forcelanded 1/2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX May 7, 1925
250 (5 OS) damaged in takeoff accident at Mitchel Field, NY Dec 9, 1928
252 (112 OS) damaged in landing accident at Cleveland Airport, OH Mar 3, 1929
255 w/o May 31, 1930 at Crissy Field, CA
256 crashlanded 4 mi SW of Brooks Field, TX Jan 15, 1926
258 w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Dec 2, 1925.  Repaired, w/o Jul 24, 1930 at Newark
Airport, NJ
259 forcelanded 8 mi S of Fairfield Air Depot, OH Jun 27, 1928
261 crashed 1 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Jul 8, 1925
264 to McCook Field as P396.  Crashed on takeoff 500 yds E of McCook Field, OH Jul 8, 1926
265 w/o Aug 23, 1930 at Fort Leavenworth, KS
266 w/o in forced landing at Santa Rosa, CA May 19, 1929
267 crashed 2 mi NW of Brooks Field, TX Dec 8, 1925
270 w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Nov 10, 1925
272 crashed at Pearson Field, WA Apr 4, 1929
275 forcelanded 2 mi S of Duncan Field, TX Aug 19, 1927
276 damaged in takeoff accident at Brooks Field, TX Oct 29, 1925, repaired.  W/o Apr 13, 1930 at
Fort Leavenworth, KS
278 damaged in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Feb 8, 1927
280 w/o Apr 22, 1927 at Brooks Field, Texas
284 crashed 2 1/2 mi SE of Long Beach MAP, CA Sep 17, 1929
286 damaged in forced landing at Gren Harbor, MA Jul 5, 1929
287 w/o in landing accident at Yturri Field, TX Jun 18, 1926
288 w/o at Brooks Field, TX Oct 29, 1925
289 (94 PS) damaged on ground at Selfridge Field, MI Aug 28, 1929
290 w/o in forced landing near National City, CA Nov 6, 1928
291 damaged in forced landing at Atascosa, TX Aug 6, 1926
292 to McCook Field as P570.  W/o Apr 25, 1927 at Brooks Field, Texas
293 crashed 1 mi E o Kelly Field, TX Jun 21, 1926
25-295 ... 25-324
Boeing PW-9
MSN 659/670 and 720/737
295 to McCook Field as P430
297 (19 PS) w/o at Luke Field, HI Dec 7, 1926
299 (19 PS) w/o in midair collisin with PW-9A 26-368 over Waipahu, HI Sep 17, 1926
301 (19 PS) w/o in landing accident at Luke Field, HI May 11, 1926.  The pilot was Claire L. Chennault.
303 (6 PS) w/o in forced landing at Kaneohe, HI Apr 14, 1927
305 (19 PS) w/o in forced landing at Hanalei, HI Aug 10, 1929
308 w/o in landing accident at Bolling Field, DC Mar 21, 1926
309 w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 12, 1926
312 w/o Aug 1, 1927 at Clark Field, Philippines.
313 w/o in landing accident at Clark Field, Philipines Aug 2, 1927
314 crashed 2 mi N of Clark Field, Philippines Nov 21, 1927
317 crashed 2 mi N of Clark Field, Philippines Apr 26, 1928
318 crashed 200 yd from France Field, CZ Aug 9, 1927.
321 w/o in forced landing at France Field, CZ Jun 28, 1927
322 crashed in Gatun Lake, 1 1/2 mi from South Lock, CZ Aug 9, 1927
324 converted to XP-4.  To McCook Field as P446.  Surveyed Mar 2, 1928.
25-325 ... 25-334
Curtiss O-1 Falcon
325 to McCook Field as P437.  Converted to O-1 Special, a VIP transport. W/o Feb 4, 1929 at
Bolling Field, DC
327 w/o Aug 17, 1927 at Annapolis, MD
328 to McCook Field as P476.  Converted to XO-11.  Crashed 9 mi S of Columbus, OH Sep 4, 1929
331 to McCook Field as P495.  Converted to XO-13A racer.  Entered in 1927 National Air Races,
win the Liberty Engine Builters Trophy.  Crash landed at Philips Field,
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Oct 21, 1929
332 to McCook Field as P489.  Converted to XO-13 racer.  Entered in 1927 Natinal Air Races.
W/o Aug 10, 1928 at Candy, WV.
333 completed as O-1A.  To McCook Field as P449
334 to McCook Field as P440
328 became XO-11
25-335 ... 25-379
Douglas O-2
MSN 170/214
336 w/o Jun 8, 1927 at Langley Field, VA
338 w/o Mar 9, 1928 at Palmers, MD
340 damaged Jan 12, 1926 at Rockwell Field, CA, repaired.  W/o Jan 5, 1927 at Bolling Field, DC
341 w/o Jul 19, 1926 at Kelly Field, Texas
343 w/o Aug 20, 1929 at Troy, AL
344 w/o Feb 16, 1929 at Camden, AR
345 w/o Apr 25, 1930 at Pearsall, Texas
347 w/o Jul 14, 1928 at Poplar, WI
348 w/o Jul 15, 1930 at Maricopa, AZ
349 w/o May 15, 1928 at Maxwell Field, AL
350 to McCook Field as P441.  W/o Aug 11, 1926 at McCook Field, Ohio.  Surveyed Sep 16, 1926
352 w/o Aug 21, 1929 at Camp Stanley, Texas
353 to McCook Field as P465.  W/o Apr 5, 1930 at Duncan Field, Texas.
354 W/o Jul 27, 1926 at St Albans, New York
355 w/o May 2, 1927 at Fort Benning, Georgia
356 w/o Nov 27, 1928 at Chanute Field, IL
360 w/o Feb 17, 1927 at Camp Stanley, Texas
361 w/o Aug 5, 1930 at Gonzales, Texas
365 w/o Mar 12, 1926 at New Athens, IL
366 w/o Sep 24, 1926 at NAS Pensacola, FL
369 w/o Jan 26, 1929 enroute from Brookville to Oldenburg, IN
370 w/o Mar 20, 1928 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas
372 w/o Aug 29, 1929 at Camp Skeel, MI
373 w/o Jun 30 1930 at Camp Bullis, Texas
374 w/o Apr 23, 1929 at Camp Stanley, Texas
375 w/o Jun 67, 1929 at Bradford, PA
377 w/o Jan 10, 1929 at Chanute Field, IL
379 w/o May 24, 1927 at Talais, OK
25-380 ... 25-380
Douglas XA-2
MSN 215.  Attack version of O-2.  To McCook Field as P472
25-405 ... 25-407
Douglas O-7
MSN 239/241.  Douglas O-2 with Packard 1A-1500 engine.
405 converted to O-2C configuration.  To McCook Field as P432.  W/o May 26, 1930 at O'Fallon, IL
406 converted back to O-2 configuration.  W/o Mar 22, 1930 at Duncan Field, Texas
407 converted back to O-2 configuration.  To McCook Field as P459  
25-409 ... 25-409
Douglas O-9
MSN 243.  Experimental version of O-2 with geared Packard
1A-1500 driving a 4-bladed prop.  Later modified to O-2A standard.
To McCook Field as P448.  W/o Jun 11, 1929 at Selfridge Field, MI
25-410 ... 25-424
Curtiss P-1
410 used as testbed for Wright V-1470 under
designation XP-17.  To McCook Field as P400
411 W/o Oct 30, 1924 at Camp Skeel, MI.  Also reported as going to NACA Langley in Jul 1929.
412 w/o Aug 2, 1927 at Selfridge Field, MI
413 w/o Nov 4, 1929 at Chanute Field, IL
414 w/o Mar 5, 1926 at Selfridge Field, MI
416 w/o Feb 24, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
417 w/o Aug 27, 1927 at Elizabeth, NJ
418 w/o Jul 16, 1928 at Selfridge Field, MI
419 w/o Oct 5, 1928 at Edgewater Arsenal, MD
421, 422, and 424 converted to P-1A.
420/424 redesignated P-2 when fitted with Curtiss V-1400 engine, but 421,422, and 423
were later converted back to P-1A configuration.
420 delivered as P-2.  420 later fitted with
experimental turbosupercharger as XP-2.  To McCook Field as P431.  W/o Jul 21, 1927 at Wright Field, Ohio  
421 delivered as P-2
422 w/o Dec 17, 1929 at Little Bethel, VA
423 delivered as P-2.  Became XP-6 and was fitted with 600 hp
Curtiss V-1570-1 engine and used for racing.
Finished 2nd in 1927 National Air Races at 189 mph.
To McCook Field as P494.  Crashed Feb 25, 1929.
25-425 ... 25-433
Douglas C-1
MSN 158/166.
425 first flight May 2, 1925.  To McCook Field as P394
426 to C-1A.  To McCook Field as P424.  Experimentally fitted with a Liberty V-1650-5 and designated 
C-1A. Also trialled with skis. Reverted to C-1.  W/o Apr 8, 1927 at Wright Field, Ohio
427 w/o Nov 14, 1928 at Brooks Field, Texas
428 w/o Jul 18, 1926 at Beverly, Ohio
429 w/o Sep 30, 1928 at Amanda, Texas
430 w/o Oct 12, 1929 at Anchorville, MI
431 w/o Apr 19, 1926 at Selfridge Field, MI
432 used as a tanker aircraft 1929 during trials in flight refuelling experiments with the Fokker C-2 and 
Boeing Hornet Shuttle.  W/o Jun 2, 1930 at Druden Field, Texas
25-435 ... 25-436
Thomas-Morse XO-6
All-metal version of Douglas O-2.
435 to McCook Field as P439
436 to McCook Field as P456.  W/o Apr 29, 1929 at Bernard River, Texas
25-437 ... 25-439
Thomas-Morse O-6
437 w/o May 19, 1929 at Fort Crockett, Texas
438 w/o Jan 2, 1928 at Lake Charles, LA
439 w/o Aug 8, 1928 at Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone
25-440 ... 25-440
Thomas-Morse XO-6B
440 to McCook Field as P503
26-29 ... 26-30
Dayton-Wright DH-4BK
29 to McCook Field as P423
30 to McCook Field as P398
26-201 ... 26-201
Huff-Daland XHB-1 Cyclops
201 to McCook Field as P452. W/o Aug 1, 1927 at Vandalia, Ohio
26-202 ... 26-204
Fokker-Atlantic C-2
202 and 203 at McCook as P463, P464
202 made first trans-Pacific flight from Oakland, CA
to Honolulu, HI
203 converted to XC-2. 
204 w/o Jan 11, 1929 at Royalton, PA 
26-205 ... 26-205
Driggs-Johnson DJ-1 Bumblebee
205 to McCook Field as P443
26-206 ... 26-206
Waco 9
No designation assigned, had McCook project number designation XP-447
26-208 ... 26-208
Huff-Daland XLB-5
208 to McCook Field as P453, P509.  W/lo May 238, 1927 at Reynoldsburg, OH
26-211 ... 26-211
Curtiss XB-2
211 to McCook Field as P477
26-212 ... 26-212
Loening XO-10
Original designation was XOA-1.
212 to McCook Field as P566
26-226 ... 26-275
Consolidated PT-1
226 damaged in takeoff accident at Corpus Christi, TX Apr 20, 1926, repaired. 
W/o Oct 20, 1928 at Brooks Field, Texas
227 crashed at Schoen Field, Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN Dec 23, 1928
228 damaged in landing accident at Wellsville, UT Sep 2, 1929
229 damaged in takeoff accident at Palm Springs, CA Jul 24, 1928
231 crashed at Duncan Field, TX May 31, 1927
233 w/o Dec 15, 19267 at Brooks Field, Texas.  Now on display in National Museum of the USAF, Dayton, Ohio
234 (95 PS) crashed in ocean 3 mi S of Imperial Beach, CA Mar 6, 1929
237 forcelanded 1/4 mi S of Culver City, CA May 12, 1929
238 w/o in takeoff accident at Langley Field, VA Oct 22, 1928
240 damaged in takeoff accident at Richards Field, Kansas City, MO Jan 18, 1928
244 w/o Nov 9, 1930 at Kenwod Gulf, MD
246 w/o at Boston Airport, MA Sep 27, 1929
247 crashed 2 mi SW of Lebanon, IL Oct 18, 1929
251 w/o Sep 3, 1930 at Long Branch, NJ
253 w/o Nov 23, 1930 at Wellington, Ohio
255 forcelanded 2 1/2 mi N of Rochester, MI Aug 16, 1928
256 forcelanded 1 mi S of Brooks Field, TX May 23, 1927
257 W/o Dec 14, 1926 at Brooks Field, Texas
259 damaged in landing accident at Schoen Field, Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN Aug 20, 1928
260 damaged in landing accident at Crissy Field, TX Nov 20, 1928
262 forcelanded 2 mi NE of Brooks Field, TX Dec 13, 1926
264 damaged in landing accident at Chanute Field, IL Oct 15, 1929
268 damaged in landing accident at Schoen Field, Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN Jan 15, 1928
269 w/o in forced landing at Columbus, OH Jun 17, 1925
270 w/o Aug 20, 1928 at Detroit, MI
272 crashed 2 1/2 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Apr 27, 1927
274 w/o in forced landing at Fort Leavenworth, KS Apr 22, 1929
26-276 ... 26-300
Curtiss P-1A
MSN 10613/10637
276 W/o Jul 5, 1928 at Howell, MI
277 w/o Aug 27, 1925 en route Lewiston to Bellefonte, PA
278 w/o Jan 9, 1929 at Selfridge Field, MI
280 converted to test work as XP-1A.  To McCook Field as P508
281 w/o Aug 24, 1928 at Battis Field, PA
287 w/o Aug 19, 1930 at Laredo, Texas
288 to Wright Field as P574
289 w/o Dec 5, 1929 at Beeville, Texas
290 w/o w/o Oct 10, 1930 at Marion Station, PA
291 w/o Sep 22, 1929 at Fairfield Depot, Ohio
293 w/o Mar 26, 1919 at Selfridge Field, MI
294 w/o Jun 30, 1929 at Laquin, PA
295 converted to XP-6A - won National Air Races in 1927.  To McCook Field as P488.  Crashed during 
preparation for 1928 races.  Surveyed Jun 8, 1928.
296 converted to XAT-4 advanced trainer with
Wright Hispano E.  To McCook Field as P444, P526.  W/o Feb 10, 1931 at Kelly Field, Texas
297 w/o Dec 3, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
299 w/o Jul 22, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
300 was to have been XP-3 with Curtiss R-1454 engine but installation cancelled and designation not
used.  Delivered Oct 1927 as first XP-3A before becoming
XP-21 and XP-21A.  To McCook Field as P451
26-301 ... 26-350
Consolidated PT-1
302 crashed at Langley Field, VA Jun 29, 1928
303 w/o Jul 23, 1931 at Selfridge Field, MI
305 crashed 1 1/2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Feb 5, 1927
306 crashed at Brooks Field, TX Feb 27, 1928
309 W/o Aug 29, 1930 at Selfridge Field, MI
311 w/o May 31, 1928 at Boston Airport, MA
312 w/o Apr 2, 1930 at Selfridge Field, MI
313 crashed at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Feb 15, 1928
315 W/o May 21, 11928 at McSherrystown, PA
316 forcelanded 4 mi SW of Brooks Field, TX Jun 28, 1927, repaired. W/o Jul 15, 1930 at New Corry Field, FL
319 damaged in forced landing at North Smithfield, RI Dec 3, 1928
321 W/o Jun 29, 1930 at Mitchel Field, NY
322 W/o Feb 19, 1930 at Maxwell Field, Al
325 crashed at Blue Hills Reservation near Milton, MA Aug 16, 1929
327 to McCook Field as P454
329 w/o Mar 9, 1930 at Athens, AL
330 forcelanded 1/2 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Sep 27, 1927
336 crashed at McGregor Golf Course, Dayton, OH Jun 5, 1928
341 (91 OS) forcelanded 1 1/2 mi short of Santa Maria Airport, CA May 11, 1929
342 (430 PS) in midair collision with O-2H 29-159 and crashed 4 1/2 mi SW of Kansas City, MO Feb 1, 1931.
343 crashed 2 mi W of Chanute Field, IL Dec 27, 1926
345 damaged in landing accident at Boston Airport, MA Nov 16, 1929
346 w/o Oct 1, 1930 at Richards Field, MO
348 W/o Oct 30, 1930 at Indianapolis, IN
350 crashed 10 mi NE of Lunken MAP, Cincinnati, OH Oct 19, 1929
26-351 ... 26-375
Boeing PW-9A
MSN 776/800
351 (19 PS) w/o in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Dec 13, 1926
353 (19 PS) ditched at sea 1 mi off Fort DeReusey, HI Jul 5, 1927
360 (24 PS) w/o in forced landing near Mount Hope, CZ Dec 10, 1929
364 (3 PS) ditched in Manila Bay off Pasay, Philippines Jan 26, 1929
368 (19 PS) w/o in midair collision woth PW-9 25-299 over Waipahu, HI Sep 17, 1926
369 (6 PS) crashed at Honolulu-John Rodgers, HI Nov 2, 1929
372 w/o in takeoff accident at Chanute Field, IL Jul 7, 1928
373 crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Jun 1, 1927
374 converted to AT-3.  To McCook Field as P445
375 completed as PW-9B.  43 Sch Sqn w/o i landing accident at Kelly Field, TX
Apr 8, 1931.
26-376 ... 26-385
Huff-Daland LB-1
376 to McCook Field as P438.  w/o Jun 17, 1926 at Old Osborn, OH.  Surveyed Aug 7, 1926
379 to McCook Field as P450
26-386 ... 26-417
Douglas O-2C
MSN 266/277, 301/302, 280/297, 
Some delivered to the Air Corps, others to the Militia Bureau for use by the National Guard
386 w/o Aug 27, 1928 at Pope Field, NC
387 modified as XO-2C for testing of experimental wireless equipment installed in a
ventral pannier.  To McCook Field as P458
388 w/o Feb 12, 1929 at Camp Stanley, Texas
390 w/o Oct 11, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
391 w/o Aug 28, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
392 w/o Feb 17, 1929 at Dubuque, IA
394 w/o Dec 1, 1927 at Kansas City, KS
395 w/o Apr 1, 1929 at Turlock, CA
397 w/o Aug 26, 1929 at Hormosillo, Mexico
398 damaged Nov 25, 1927 at Uniontown, PA, repaired.  W/o Jun 17, 1930 at Cannon Beach, OR
399 w/o Oct 15, 1928 at Fort Leavenworth, KS
400 w/o May 10, 1930 at Alhambra, CA
401 w/o Feb 9, 1930 at El Paso, Texas
403 w/o Oct 9, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
404 w/o Mar 29, 1927 at Hadley Field, NJ
405 damaged Feb 11, 1926 at Kelly Field, Texas, repaired.  W/o Feb 7, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
407 w/o Dec 15, 1927 at Dillsburg, IL
408 to McCook Field as P455
409 w/o Mar 12, 1930 at Kelly Field, Aux #2, Texas
413 w/o Jun 7, 1928 at Comstock, Texas
414 w/o Feb 26, 1927 at Camp Stanley, Texas
415 w/o May 1, q928 at Camp Stanley, Texas
26-418 ... 26-418
Douglas O-2E
MSN 300. O-2C with modified controls.  To McCook Field as P466
26-421 ... 26-427
Douglas C-1C
MSN 366/372.
422 w/o Dec 2, 1927 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone
423 to McCook Field as P464. W/o Nov 5, 1930 at Selfridge Field, MI
425 w/o Mar 7, 1928 at Sault St Marie, MI
426 w/o Apr 14, 1927 at Humberson Field, PA
427 w/o Jul 6, 1928 at Potomac River, DC
26-428 ... 26-442
Loening OA-1A
428 (7 OS) ditched in Manzanilla Bay, near France Field, CZ Jan 28, 1929
431 noted Jul 2005 in USAF Museum, OH, on loan from NASM.  Reported
summer 2008 at NASM, Udvar-Hazy center, Chantilly, VA
435 damaged in landing accident at France Field, CZ Oct 23, 1927
437 (7 OS) crashed in ocean 3 1/2 mi E of Colon, Panama Apr 3, 1928, repaired.  W/o Feb 20, 1936
at Gatum Lake, Panama Canal Zone
438 (2 OS) damaged in landing accident at Findley Field, Corregidor, Philippines Mar 27, 1929
439 (2 OS) damaged in forced landing at Capa Calavite, Philippines Jul 19, 1928
26-443 ... 26-457
Boeing PW-9C
MSN 837/851
443 w/o in landing accident at Anton, Panama Nov 22, 1927
444 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at El Paso MAP, TX Feb 10, 1931.
445 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o at San Angelo, TX Jan 7, 1931.
452 (18 PS) collided with 27-183 and crashed 2 mi W of Wheeler Field, HI
Jul 1, 1929
453 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 12, 1929
455 (6 PS) w/o at Wheeler Field, HI Dec 4, 1928
457 (24 PS) w/o in landing accident at France Field, CZ Aug 5, 1929.
27-1 ... 27-35
Curtiss O-11 Falcon
For Air National Guard
1 converted to O-11A
2 (106 OS) w/o in forced landing at Birmingham, AL Sep 22, 1929
3 w/o Jun 6, 1931 at Nashville, TN
8 w/o Sep 1, 1931 at Pine Camp, NY
10 w/o Jan 2, 1920 at Flushing, NY
11 w/o in forced landing at Camp Grant, Rockford, IL Aug 7, 1928
14 w/o Jul 22, 1929 at Roberts Field, AL
16 w/o Jun 27, 1931 at Boston Airport, MA
17 (105 OS) w/o in forced landing at Wright Field, OH May 17, 1931
20 w/o Jul 16, 1930 at Boston Airport, MA
21 w/o Jan 4, 1931 at Ocala, FL
24 w/o Jun 7, 1930 at Boeing Field, Seattle, WA
26 w/o Jun 1, 1931 at Birmingham Municipal Airport, AL
29 w/o Aug 29, 1930 at Detroit City Airport, MI
35 converted to XO-12. Scrapped Apr 1933
27-63 ... 27-87
Curtiss P-1B Hawk
MSN 10693/10717
65 w/o Jan 7, 1932 at Kelly Field, Texas
67 w/o Jun 24, 1929 at Camp Skeel, MI
68 to Wright Field as P457.  W/o Apr 9, 1930 at Cleveland Airport, Ohio
69 w/o Jul 24, 1928 at Lapeer, MI.  
71 diverted to test work as XP-1B.  To Wright Field as P523.
72 w/o May 18, 1929 at Columbus, Ohio
73 diverted to test work as XP-1B.  To Wright Field as P572
74 w/o Jul 11, 1928 at Fayette, IA
75 w/o Feb 10, 1929 at Stout Field, IN
76 w/o Jun 2, 1930 at Kitchener, Canada
77 w/o Jul 26, 1929 at Gettysburg, PA
79 w/o Jul 2, 1927 at Ottawa, Canada
80 to Wright Field as P462.  W/o Jul 18, 1927 at Milwaukee Airport, WI
81 w/o Aug 25, 1929 at Wright Field, Ohio
82 to Wright Field as P460, P573.  W/o Nov 3, 1931 at Kelly Field, Texas
83 w/o Jun 27, 1930 at Oxford, Ohio
84 w/o Dec 7, 1927 at Camp Skeel, MI
85 w/o Aug 12, 1929 at Selfridge Field, MI
86 damaged Feb 17, 1928 at Levering, MI, repaired.  W/o Sep 19, 1928 at New Paris, Ohio
87 to Wright Field as P461,  W/o May 9, 1930 at Langley Field, VA
27-88 ... 27-97
Curtiss AT-4 Hawk
MSN 10718/10727.  Trainer version of P-1 Hawk pursuit.  All eventually converted to P-1D
88 w/o Dec 5, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
89 involved in midair collision with 27-216 Jun 13, 1929 and crashed at Fort Crockett, TX
90 w/o May 19, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
91 w/o May 28, 1930p at Texon, Texas
92 in midair collision with P-1B 27-82 over Kelly Field Nov 3, 1931.
93 w/o Jun 13, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
94 w/o May 28 1930 at Waco, Texas
95 (43 Sch Sqn) crashed 3 mi NE of Castroville, TX Sep 14, 1928.
96 w/o Jun 3, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
97 w/o May 19, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
27-98 ... 27-107
Curtiss O-11 Falcon
for Air National Guard
98 converted to XO-11, also Project P487
99 w/o in landing accident at Rich Field, TX May 24, 1928
101 forced landed 15 mi N of Fredericksburg, TX Aug 13, 1928
102 crashed on takeoff at Mitchell Field, NY Apr 24, 1929
103 (12 OS) damaged in landing accident at Yturri Field, TX Mar 9, 1929.  Was obviously repaired, because
it crashed shortly after takeoff 14 mi SW of Crowell, TX Feb 2, 1931, by which time it was being
used by 42 Sch Sqn
104 damaged in landing accident at Mitchell Field, NY Aug 17, 1929.  W/o Jul 27, 1930 at Bowman Field, KY
106 (5 OS) crashed on takeoff at Mitchell Field, NY Mar 28, 1929
107 (9 OS) crashed at Meadow Brook Country Club, Long Island, NY Jun 8, 1928
27-108 ... 27-177
Consolidated PT-1
108 (16 OS) crashed 1/4 mi E of Junction City, KS Oct 1, 1929
109 crashed at Pittsburgh Airport, PA Jun 29, 1929
111 crashed 4 mi E of Comfort, TX Sep 30, 1927
114 w/o Jun 6, 1928 at Martins, Texas
115 forcelanded 4 mi NE of Brooks Field, TX Sep 13, 1928
116 (91 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Crissy Field, CA Jun 25, 1929
117 w/o Sep 7, 1931 at Matthews, KY
119 (107 OS) damaged in landing accident at Lapeer, MI May 24, 1929
121 forcelanded 3 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Jun 21, 1927
122 forcelanded 1/2 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Nov 4, 1927
125 (107 OS/MI NG) w/o at Rouge Field, Detroit, MI Oct 20, 1928
126 damaged at Long Beach MAP, CA May 13, 1929
130 w/o Mar 23, 1931 at Philadelphis Airport, PA
133 w/o Sep 21, 1930 at Toledo, OH
135 forcelanded near Palm Springs, CA Sep 18, 1928
136 (116 OS) forcelanded 1 1/2 mi WS of Newman Lake, WA Nov 23, 1928
137 damaged in forced landing near Culver City, CA May 12, 1929
139 damaged in emergency landing at Tulare, CA Sep 16, 1928
142 w/o Aug 23, 1928 at Swim, OR
143 damaged in forced landing at Chanute Field, IL Oct 3, 1928
144 (16 OS) damaged in forced landing at Camp Grant, IL Aug 7, 1928, repaired.  W/o Se 2, 1928 at
Higginsville, MO
147 w/o Mar 17, 1930 at Boston Harbor, MA
148 w/o Jul 11, 1930 at Westford, MA
149 completed as XPT-2.  To Wright Field as P469
150 (1 PG HQ Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Romeo, MI Apr 1, 1928, repaired.  W/o Aug 27, 1931
at Byrd field, VA.  WFU. Preserved at San Diego, CA
151 (108 OS) w/o in forced landing at Camp Grant, IL Aug 7, 1928
153 w/o in forced landing at Amesbury Airport, MA Oct 5, 1928
155 damaged in forced landing at Thompson Island, Boston Harbor, MA Oct 27, 1929
156 forcelanded 3 mi W of Anglum, MO Feb 29, 1928
157 crashed at Montpelier, VT Nov 14, 1927.  Herbert Hoover's assistant, Reuben 
Sleight, was killed.
158 (49 PS) crashed on takeoff S of Langley Field, VA Jul 18, 1929, repaired.  W/o Jun 28, 1938 at Boston
Airport, MA
160 w/o in landing accident at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, KS May 31, 1931
162 (102 OS) w/o at Pine Camp, Great Bend, NY Jul 24, 1928
166 w/o Nov 22, 1931 at Edwardsville, KS
168 w/o Jul 26, 1928 at Escondido, CA
170 (103 OS) w/o at Jarretsville, MD Mar 16, 1929
171 (101 OS) crashed on takeoff at Acushnet, MA Jun 9, 1929
174 damaged in taxiing accident at Chanute Field, IL Apr 22, 1929
176 to Wright Field as P471.  176 diverted to US Navy
177 completed as XPT-3 and then to XPT-5, but
was eventually converted to PT-3 standard.  To Wright Field as P470, P501, P530
27-178 ... 27-202
Boeing PW-9C
MSN 852/876
178 w/o in forced landing at Cocle, Panama May 3, 1928
179 (43 Sch Sqn) crashed 20 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Aug 8, 1931.
181 (26 AS) w/o at Haleiwa Field, HI Aug 10, 1931
182 (19 PS) ditched 500 yd NE of Ford Island, HI Dec 8, 1927.
183 (18 PS) collided with 26-452 and crashed 2 mi W of Wheeler Field, HI
Jul 1, 1929.
186 w/o in takeoff accident at Boston, MA May 28, 1928
187 w/o at Hondo Field, TX Jul 15, 1929
188 w/o in takeoff accident at Cheyenne, WY Jun 9, 1928
190 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX May 18, 1931
192 in landing accident at March Field, CA Jan 30, 1928, repaired.  W/o Jun 27, 1930 at Fort
Randolph, Panama Canal Zone
193 (43 Sch Sqn) crashlanded 9 mi SE of San Antonio, TX Oct 30, 1931
195 (43 Sch Sqn) crashlanded 1/2 mi W of Wetmore, TX Mar 23, 1931.
196 (3 PS) crashed on takeoff at Clark Field, Philippines Sep 26, 1928.
197 w/o Jul 24, 1930 at Gonzales, Texas
199 w/o Nov 20, 1930 at Honolulu, Hawaii
200 (6 PS) crashlanded at Waimanalo, HI Oct 2, 1929
202 delivered as PW-9D.  with 43 Sch Sqn w/o at Kelly Field, TX
Apr 6, 1931.  Surveyed Jun 4, 1931.
27-203 ... 27-212
Douglas C-1C
MSN 373/382
203 w/o Jan 22, 1930 at Burgess Field, PA
204 w/o Nov 21, 1927 at Kelly Field, Texas
207 w/o Jun 5, 1928 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone
210 w/o in takeoff accident at Duncan Field, TX Feb 10, 1931
211 w/o Dec 11, 1929 in San Francisco Bay, CA
27-213 ... 27-237
Curtiss AT-4
MSN 10728/10752.  Trainer version of P-1 Hawk pursuit.  ll eventually converted to P-1D.
213 involved in midair collision with 27-235 and crashed 5 mi SE of
Kelly Field, TX Apr 23, 1928
214 w/o Aug 12, 1931 at Kelly Field, Texas
215 crashed 8 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Oct 29, 1927
216 in midair collision with 27-89 and crashed at Fort Crockett, TX Jun 13, 1929.
217 w/o Aug 12, 1931 a Kelly Field, Texas
218 forcelanded 13 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Oct 29, 1927
219 crashed 8 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Oct 27, 1927
220 crashed 3 mi NW of Gorman, TXFeb 17, 1928
221 crashed at Kelly Field, TX Aug 20, 1927, repaired.  W/o Nov 17, 1931 at Cuero, Texas
222 w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 24, 1928, repaired.  W/o Nov 17, 1931 at Cuero, Texas
223 w/o Sep 29, 1929 at Midland Field, Texas
224 w/o May 26, 1931 at Valley Stream Airport, New York
225 in forced landing at New Braunfels, TX Feb 2, 1928, repaired.  W/o Dec 6, 1930 at Troy, Texas.
226 w/o Jul 21, 1932 at Kelly Field, Texas
229 w/o in midair collision with 27-218 over Duncan Field TX Jul 11, 1927
230 damaged in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Feb 10, 1928, repaired.  W/o Sep 30, 1930 at
Kelly Field, Texas
231 w/o Sep 30, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
232 w/o Nov 18, 1929 at Kelly field, Texes
233 forcelanded at Pine Tree Island Beach, VA Jan 17, 1928, repaired.  W/o Aug 12, 1929 at Kelly Field,
Texas
234 crashed 2 mi E of Mitchell Lake, TX Sep 3, 1927
235 in midair collision with 27-213 and crashed 5 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Apr 23, 1928.
236 w/o Nov 13, 1931 at Kelly Field, Texas
237 damaged Dec 10, 1929 at Randalo, Texas, repaired.  W/o Oct 15, 1932 at Kelly Field, Texas.
27-238 ... 27-242
Curtiss AT-5
MSN 10753/10757.  Trainer version of P-1 Hawk pursuit.  Originally ordered as AT-4 but fitted with Wright
Wright J-5 Whirlwind radial engines and delivered as AT-5.  All eventually converted to P-1E when 
fitted with D-12 engkines
238 w/o Feb 5, 1930 at Presidio, Texas
239 to Wright Field as P473.  W/o Dec 11, 1931 at Kelly Field, Texas
240 w/o May 30, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
241 w/o Nov 22, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
27-243 ... 27-287
Curtiss O-1B Falcon
Not clear if manufactured as A-3 or subsequently modified.
243 converted to A-3 and back to O-1B.  To Wright Field as P493
244 converted to XA-4.  To Wright Field as P500.  Scrapped Mar 1932
245 converted to A-3.  With 20th BS, 2nd BG, forcelanded at Hardyville, VA Feb 15, 1929.
246 was XA-3.  to Wright Field as P511.  W/o in landing accident at Port Columbus Airport, OH
Nov 2, 1929.
247 converted to A-3.  Withh 90th AS, 3rd BG, w/o in landing accident at Fort Crockett, TX
Jul 3, 1929
248 converted to A-3.  Crashed 1 1/2 miles W of Fresno, TX Se 17, 1928
249 converted to A-3.  With 41 Sch Sqn forcelanded 2 mi E of Mitchell Lake, TS Jul 19, 1932.
250 converted to A-3.  With 41 Sch Sqn crashed 8 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Sep 15, 1932.
251 converted to A-3.  Ditched in Mississippi River near Baton Rouge, LA Apr 11, 1928
252 converted to A-3.  W/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 14, 1928
253 converted to A-3.  With 51 Sch Sqn crashed 2 1/2 mi NNE of Scott Field, IL Dec 7, 1932
254 converted to A-3.  W8th AS, 3rd BG w/o in takeoff accident at Duncan, OK Dec 2, 1926.
256 converted to A-3A.  With 41 Sch Sqn damaged in landing accident at Fort Crockett, TX
May 16, 1933
257 converted to ZA-3.  Forcelanded 3 mi SW of Kelly Field, TX Oct 31, 1933.
258 converted to A-3.  Crashed 700 yards short of boundary at Maxwell Field, AL Oct 5, 1931.
259 converted to A-3.  With 41 Sch Sqn, damaged in taxiing acident at Kelly Field, TX
Mar 9, 1931.
260 converted to A-3.  With 41 Sch Sqn, damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX
Apr 4, 1932.
261 converted to A-3.  With 90th AS, 3rd BG damaged in takeoff accident at Fort Huachuca, AZ
Apr 10, 1929
262 converted to A-3.  With 90th AS, 3rd BG damaged in takeoff accident at Ringgold, TX
Dec 2, 1928.
263 converted to XO-18 and back to O-1B. To Wright Field as P515
264 converted to O-1C.  w/o Oct 8, 1939 at Framingham Airport, MA
265 w/o Nov 20, 1927 at Mitchel Field, New York
266 converted to O-1C, reconverted to O-1B.  W/o Oct 7, 1930 at Bolling Field, DC
267 converted to O-1C.  To Wright Field as P558
268 converted to O-1C.  To Wright Field as P497.  W/o Jul 6, 1930 at Tucson, AZ
269 w/o Dec 31, 1927 at Hicksville, NY
270 w/o Aug 17, 1929 at Teterboro, NJ
271 w/o Jan 5, 1928 at Bolling Field, DC
272 w/o Oct 12, 1928 at El Paso, Texas
273 w/o Jun 28, 1930 at Phillips Field, MD
274 (5 OS) in landing accident at Mitchell Field, NY Nov 12, 1929.  Must have been repaired, since
w/o Dec 29, 1929 at Sunbury, PA
275 w/o Sep 6, 1929 at Mitchel Field, NY
276 converted to O-1B Special.  To Wright Field as P532
277 to Wright Field as P-596.
278 w/o Aug 24, 1930 at Hebron, MD
279 crashed May 1, 1928 at Whitney Point, NY. Pilot LT Bushrod Hoppin uninjured. Passenger 
Congressman Thaddeus Campbell Sweet was killed. Sweet was the first sitting member of the U.S. 
Congress to die in a plane crash.
282 w/o Dec 23, 1928 at Kylertown, PA
284 w/o Feb 23, 1930 at Hdley Field, NJ
285 w/o Jul 3, 1929 at Boston Airport, MA
286 w/o Jul 20, 1931 at Cadarcrets, CT
27-318 ... 27-326
Loening OA-1B
321 (4 OS) crashed 3 mi S of Pearl Harbor, HI Mar 4, 1931
322 w/o Jul 11, 1930 at Luke Field, Hawaii
323 (2 OS) damaged at Nichols Field, Philippines Jul 4, 1929
324 w/o May 14, 1930 at Alanuihaha Channel, Hawaii
27-327 ... 27-331
Curtiss P-5 Hawk
327 (MSN 10957) converted to XP-5.  To Wright Field as P502.  Destroyed by
fire Jan 26, 1929 at Carlisle, Ohio.
328 MSN 10958) w/o Feb 15, 1928 at Lake Ronkonkoma, New York
329 w/o at Mitchell Field, NY May 25, 1928
330 to Wright Field as P542
27-333 ... 27-333
Huff-Daland/Keystone XLB-3
333 to Wright Field as P498
27-334 ... 27-334
Keystone XB-1
334 to Wright Field as P480.  Converted to XB-1B.  W/o Jan 21, 1928 at Fairfield Air Depot, Ohio
27-335 ... 27-344
Huff-Daland/Keystone LB-5
337 w/o Sep 25, 1930 at Midland, TX
338 (40 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 30, 1929
339 w/o Nov 5, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
340 w/o Nov 9, 1927 at Norfolk, VA
343 w/o Apr 30, 1930 at Banders, Texas
344 conveted to XLB-6.  to Wright Field as P499.  Crashed at Wright Field, OH Oct 7, 1929
28-1 ... 28-25
Keystone LB-5A
1 w/o Nov 17, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
2 w/o Nov 2, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
3 w/o Aug 12, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
6 w/o Feb 20, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
7 w/o Sep 16, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
10 w/o Apr 28, 1929 at Langley Field, VA
11 w/o Oct 1, 1928 at Kawailoa, Hawaii
16 (28 BS) crashed at Nichols Field, Philippins Sep 24, 1929
28-26 ... 28-41
Boeing PW-9D
MSN 1011/1026
27 (43 Sch Sqn) damaged in forced landing 1 mi N of Kenedy, TX Dec 11, 1929.
28 (43 Sch Sqn) damaged in forced landing 15 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX
Mar 25, 1931
29 (95 PS) crashed at Mines Field, Los Angeles, CA Sep 10, 1928
30 w/o May 27, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
31 (95 PS) collided with 28-36 and w/o at Rockwell Field, CA Sep 25, 1928.
32 (43 Sch Sqn) crashlanded 14 mi NE of Kelly Field, TX Jul 27, 1931
33 w/o Jul 15, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
35 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Cibolo, TX Jul 24, 1931
36 (95 PS) collided with 28-31and w/o at Rockwell Field, CA Sep 25, 1928.
37 in midair collision with Maddux A/L Ford 5-AT-B NC9636, San Diego, CA Apr 21, 1929.
38 W/o Jan 24, 1930 at Fort Ringgold, Texas
39 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Aug 20, 1929
40 crashed 3 1/2 mi SE of Grantsville, MD Oct 25, 1929.
41 converted to XP-7.  To Wright Field as P520.  Converted back to PW-9D.
With 43 Sch Sqn crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Sep 4, 1931.
28-42 ... 28-72
Curtiss AT-5A 
MSN 10962/10992.  All eventually converted to P-1F.
42 to Wright Field as P517.  Wo Aug 23, 933 at Sabrinal, Texas
43 w/o Sep 19, 1930 at Brooks Field, Texas
44 w/o Dec 19, 1934 at Mexia, Texas
45 w/o Aug 29, 1928 at Dunlay, Texas
51 converted to P-1F.  With 43 Sch Sqn w/o in forced landing at Austin, TX May 9, 1931.
52 w/o Aug 22, 1939 at Encinal, Texas
53 w/o Aug 22, 1932 at Kelly Field, Texas
54 w/o Ajug 4, 1928 at Kelly Field, Texas
55 w/o Jan 19, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
56 w/o Sep 20, 1932 at Kelly Field, Texas
58 w/o Aug 28, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
59 w/o Dec 18, 1931 at Kelly Field, Texas
60 w/o Jul 17, 1930 at Kelly Field, Texas
61 w/o Jul 15, 1930 at Mooresville, NC
62 w/o Nov 16, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
65 w/o Apr 26, 1939 at Kelly Field, Texas
66 to NACA at Langley, VA.  Reiistered as NACA 123.  w/o Apr 28, 1932 at Rio Medina, Texas
67 w/op Sep 26, 1929 at Kelly Field, Texas
68 w/o Nov 1, 1928 at Langley Field, VA
69 w/o Nov 1, 1928 at Langley Field, VA
71 w/o Jun 24, 1930 at Fort DuPont, DE
72 w/o Feb 14, 1933 at Marthon, Texas
28-73 ... 28-82
Loening OA-1C
75 (2 OS) damaged in landing accident at Manila Bay, Philippines Oct 3, 1928
76 w/o Apr 28, 1930 at Nichols Field, Philippines
79 (4 OS) wrecked in surf at Waimanalo, HI in Hawaiian waters Sep 25, 1931.
81 (95 PS) damaged in landing accident at Rockwell Field, CA Feb 11, 1931
82 w/o Jan 5, 1930 at Nichols Field, Philippines
28-83 ... 28-118
Curtiss A-3 Falcon
84 converted to A-3B.  W/o Nov 34, 1933 at Somersett, Texas
85 converted to A-3B.  W/o May 8, 1929  at Kelly Field, Texas
87 converted to A-3B.  W/o Jan 20, 1933 at Brooks Field, Texas
88 converted to A-3B.  W/o Feb 11, 1929 at Harlingen Field, Texas
89 converted to A-3B.  W/o Feb 28, 1932 at Fletcher, Texas
90 converted to A-3B.  W/o Aug 18, 1930 at Von Ormy, Texas
93 converted to A-3B.  W/o Jan 19, 1932 at Hensley Field, Texas
97 converted to A-3B.  W/o Feb 28, 1931 at Erin, TN
98 converted to A-3B.  W/o Jun 6, 1929 at Little Rock, AR
99 converted to A-3B.  W/o Jun 2, 1930 at Somerset, Texas
100 converted to A-3B.  W/o Jan 11, 1931 at Rantoul, IL
102 converted to A-3B.  W/o Aug 2, 1934 at Edgewater, MD
103 converted to A-3B.  W/o May 18, 1931 at Chanute Field, IL
105 converted to A-3B.  Damaged Dec 3, 1929 at Mariner's Harbour, NY, repaired.  W/o Feb 27, 1931
at Smithfield, NC
107 converted to A-3B.  W/o Dec 23, 1931 at Billingsley, AL
108 converted to A-3B.  W/o Aug 23, 1932 at Kelly Field, Texs
109 converted to A-3B.  W/o Apr 17, 1929 at Tucson, AZ
110 converted to A-3B.  W/o Oct 15, 1931 at Maxwell Field, AL
114 converted to A-3B.  W/o Dec 21, 1928 at Kelly Field, Texas
115 converted to A-3B.  W/o Feb 4, 1931 at Roswell, NM
116 converted to A-3A, then to A-3B.  W/o Dec 11, 1930 at La Pryor, Texas
117 converted to A-3A, then to A-3B.  W/o Jun 11, 1933 at Austin, Texas
118 converted to A-3A
28-119 ... 28-126
Fokker C-2A
119, 120, 123, 125 converted to C-7A
120 was named "Question Mark" which set air-refueling endurance record of 150 hours in 1929.
122 (70 Svc Sqn) in landing accident at Clover Field, Santa Monica, CA Oct 23, 1929.  W/o May 2, 1930
at Oleander, CA
123 converted to C-7A.  To NACA Langley.  Returned to service.  W/o Aug 20, 1931 at West Point, VA
124 w/o Mar 8, 1930 at Chapas, Mexico
125 converted to C-7A.  W/o in landing accident at Billings, MT Jul 8, 1931
126 converted to XC-7.
28-128 ... 28-187
Douglas O-2H
MSN 406/465
129 w/o Jun 19, 1933 at Biggs Field, Texas
132 w/o Jun 31, 1929 at Nichols Field, Philippines
136 w/o Sep 6, 1929 at Ticonderoga, New York
137 w/o Jan 22, 1931 at Ramirto, Texas
138 w/o Sep 4, 1929 at Marshall Field, KS
139 w/o Dec 1, 1932 at Fort Clark, Texas
141 w/o Jun 21, 1933 at Kelly Aux 10 Field, Texas
143 crashed 9 mi SE of Big Springs, TX Feb 3, 1931
144 w/o Jun 4, 1930 at Maryusville, KS
145 (40 Sch Sqn) crashed 14 mi NE of Encinal, Tx Jan 8, 1931.
147 w/o Jun 3, 1929 at Fort Robinson, NE
148 w/o Nov 1, 1930 at Bowman Field, KY
149 w/o Sep 10, 1928 at Nickerson, MN
150 w/o Jul 18, 1933 at Westhoff, Texas
151 w/o Nov 10, 1930 at Camp Stanley, Texas
154 w/o Jan 26, 1930 at Topeka, KS
155 w/o Feb 25, 1929 at Pope Field, NC
156 w/o May 31, 1929 at Dodd Field, Texas
157 w/o Feb 6, 1930 at Von Ormy, Texas
163 w/o May 8, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
164 (329 OS) w/o at Salt Lake City MAP, UT Jul 25, 1931
165 damaged Jan 6, 1933 at West Monroe, LA, repaired.  W/o May 26, 1939 at New Braunsfels, Texas
167 w/o Oct 25, 1932 at Fredericksburg, Texas 
168 (42 Sch Sqn) crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Jun 26, 1931
169 w/o Jul 18, 1929 at Slocumb, AL
171 w/o Mar 16, 1933 at Fredericksburg, Texas
172 w/o Nov 16, 1928 at Matagorda Bay, Texas
175 /wo Apr 15, 1929 at Douglas, AZ
177 (40 Sch Sqn) crashed 5 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX May 17, 1932
178 w/o Oct 4, 1930 at El Volcan, Panama
180 w/o Jun 21, 1933 at Kelly Aux 10 Field, Texas
182 (42 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Fort Crockett, TX Jan 26, 1932
184 w/o Aug 27, 1930 at Limon Bay, Panama Canal Zone
187 (42 Sch Sqn) crashed 4 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Sep 9, 1931.
28-189 ... 28-193
Curtiss P-3A
MSN 10993/10997
189 used for tests with NACA cowling as XP-3A.  To Wright Field as P524, P541.
P541 later converted to XP-21.  Eventually became a P-1F when reengined
with V-1150-3 inline engine.  Dean and Hagedorn have it being
flown in 1929 Thompson Trophy Races, Cleveland, OH.  Came in second in 1929 National
Air Race free-for-all at 186 mph.  Dropped from inventory as ZP-1E Jul 1936
190 (57 Svc Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Selfridge Field, Michigan Jun 3, 1931.
191 w/o Aug 15, 1930 at West Point, NY
192 w/o Dec 11, 1928 at Selfridge Field, MI
193 w/o Dec 11, 1928 at Selfridge Field, MI
28-194 ... 28-194
Douglas XO-14
MSN 477.  Scaled down version of O-2H.  To Wright Field as P539.  wfu Jun 1933 and dold to 
private owner Jun 1933.  Registered as NC13753
28-195 ... 28-195
Keystone XO-15
195 to Wright Field as P531
28-196 ... 28-217
Curtiss O-11 Falcon
196 completed as XO-16
197 w/o Feb 4, 1931 at Fort Bliss, Texas
198 (59 Svc Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Marr Field, Chattanooga, TN Aug 2, 1929
199 (49 BS) crashed 4 mi W of Frostburg, MD Jun 8, 1929
200 to Wright Field as P585
202 w/o May 8, 1930 at Langley Field, VA
203 damaged in forced landing Nov 13, 1928 at Whitesville, NC
204 w/o Jan 21, 1931 at Kelly Field, Texas
206 w/o Jul 28, 1930 at Maxwell Field, AL
207 converted to YO-13D and then to O-1B
208 forcelanded near Silver City, NV Oct 21, 1929
209 (59 Svc Sqn) forcelanded near junction of Conecuh and Sepulga Rivers, AL Mar 19, 1929
210 (ACTS) crashed on takeoff at Big Bethel, VA Sep 19, 1929.  W/o Jun 19, 1930 at Camp Knox, KY
215 w/o Feb 2, 1931 at Crowell, Texas
216 to Wright Field as P583.
217 (99 OS) ditched off Islip, Long Island, NY Oct 12, 1929
28-218 ... 28-228
Consolidated PT-3
220 w/o Apr 2, 1934 at Davenport Field, Texas
222 w/o Apr 24, 1928 at March Field, CA
223 w/o Dec 24, 1931 at Randolph Field, Texas
224 w/o Jul 5, 1928 at Bishop, CA
225 w/o Jan 9, 1936 at Bexar County, Texas
226 w/o Jun 26, 1928 at March Field, CA
227 w/o Sep 28, 1929 at March Field, CA
228 w/o Jun 28, 1929 at March Field, CA
28-229 ... 28-229
Consolidated XO-17 Courier 
Converted from PT-3.  229 to Wright Field as P510
28-230 ... 28-316
Consolidated PT-3
230 w/o May 22, 1931 at March Field, CA
231 damaged Sep 13, 1927 at Willow Village, MI, repaired.  W/o Apr 10, 1930 at March Field, CA
234 w/o Feb 10, 1923 at Randolph Field, Texas
236 w/o Jul 27, 1928 at Balboa Beach, CA
239 w/o Apr 1, 1929 at March Field, CA
241 w/o Aug 17, 1934 at Dodd Field, Texas
244 w/o Sep 5, 1928 at March Field, CA
245 w/o Feb 11, 1932 at Randolph Field, Texas
246 w/o Dec 3, 1929 at March Field, CA
250 w/o Sep 29, 1930 at March Field, CA
252 w/o Aug 6, 1928 at March Field, CA
254 w/o Apr 4, 1930 at Lake Hodges, CA
256 w/o Nov 19, 1936 at Randolph Field, Texas
257 w/o Aug 67, 1928 at March Field, CA
261 w/o May 24, 1934 at Davenport Field, Texas
262 w/o Jun 1, 1935 at Fairbury, NE
263 w/o Apr e, 1933 at Randolph Field, Texas
264 w/o Apr 14, 1935 at Columbus, NE
265 w/o Oct 4, 1929 at March Field, CA
269 w/o Feb 6, 1937 at Atlanta Municipal Airport, Georgia
271 w/o Dec 27, 1935 at Long Beach, CA
272 w/o Apr 5, 1933 at Pearsall, Texas
273 w/o May 24, 1934 at Davenport Field, Texas
274 w/o Oct 4, 1929 at March Field, CA
275 w/o Sep 19, 1928 at March Field, CA
276 W/o Aug 29, 1933 at Randolph Field, Texas
278 w/o Jul 27, 1932 at Circleville, Ohio
281 w/o Sep 24, 1931 at Brooks Field, Texas
282 w/o Dec 13, 1935 at Davenport Field, Texas
284 w/o Aug 11, 1930 at Brooks Field, Texas
286 w/o Apr 5, 1929 at Palfrey Aux Field, Texas
287 w/o Aug 13, 1931 at Kelly Field, Texas
288 w/o Jul 16, 1931 at Brooks Field, Texas
289 w/o Jan 2, 1930 at Brooks Field, Texas
292 w/o Dec 3, 1935 at Davenport, Texas
293 converted to XPT-4.  To Wright Field as P528
294 w/o Nov 4, 1929 at Brooks Field, Texas
298 w/o May 8, 1931 at Brooks Field, Texas
301 w/o Nov 18, 1936 at March Field, CA
304 w/o Aug 22, 1932 at Randolph Field, Texas
309 w/o Nov 27, 1929 at Brooks Field, Texas
311 destroyed in fire at San Diego Museum in 1978.
313 w/o Jul 30, 1935 at Randolph Field, Texas
315 w/o Apr 9, 1930 at Randolph Field, Texas
28-317 ... 28-317
Consolidated XO-17A 
Converted from PT-3 - Later converted to XPT-8.  To Wright Field as P513.
To civil registry as NX1558
28-318 ... 28-347
Consolidated PT-3
318 w/o Apr 7, 1931 at March Field, CA
320 w/o Aug 29, 1933 at Randolph Field, Texas
322 w/o Jul 6, 1928 at March Field, CA
324 w/o Apr 13, 1935 at Davenport Field, Texas
326 w/o Oct 6, 1933 at Brooks Field, Texas
328 w/o Jul 23, 1932 at Warsaw, MO
330 w/o Aug 29, 1933 at Randolph Field, Texas
331 w/o Jul 27, 1933 at Davenport Field, Texas
332 w/o May 21, 1934 at Richards Field, KS
335 w/o Oct 6, 1933 at Brooks Field, Texas
336 w/o Jun 26, 1930 at Balarat, CA
337 w/o Nov 14, 1929 at March Field, CA
338 w/o Sep 7, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
340 w/o Nov 15, 1937 at Jacksonville, Texas
342 damaged May 9, 1929 at Brooks Field, Texas, repaired.  W/o Sep 12, 1932 at Randolph Field, Texas
343 w/o May 8, 1930 at Brooks Field, Texas
344 w/o Oct 8, 1929 at Elmendorf, Texas
28-359 ... 28-359
Boeing XP-8
28-386 ... 28-386
Boeing XP-9
MSN 1045
28-387 ... 28-387
Curtiss XP-10
Scrapped Aug 1931
28-388 ... 28-395
Keystone LB-7
388 delivered 2/9/29, to Wright Field as P540. CONVERTED TO LB-12 6/27/29, WRECKED 8/30/29.
389 delivered 1/31/29, WRECKED 2/6/29 at Langley Field, VA.
390 delivered 2/20/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/15/31, 
forcelanded 1 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Dec 28, 1931. 
391 delivered 3/4/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 5/26/31, forcelanded
5 mi W of Kelly Field, TX Jan 27, 1933.  SURVEYED 8/7/34.
392 delivered 3/12/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/14/31, SURVEYED 6/28/34.
393 delivered 3/18/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/26/31, SURVEYED 5/23/34.
394 delivered 3/16/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/25/31, SURVEYED 5/23/34.
395 delivered 4/15/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 4/28/31, SURVEYED 8/20/34.
28-401 ... 28-401
Thomas-Morse O-19
401 to Wright Field as P543
28-402 ... 28-402
Thomas-Morse YO-20 
402 to Wright Field as P561
28-403 ... 28-403
Thomas-Morse XO-21
To Wright Field as P575
29-1 ... 29-10
Keystone LB-7
1 delivered 3/28/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 4/28/31, SURVEYED MAY 33.
2 delivered 4/17/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 3/10/31, SURVEYED 6/28/34.
3 delivered 4/11/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 3/29/31, w/o in taxiing accident due to
mechanical failure at Kelly Field, Texas Feb 6, 1934.  SURVEYED 4/9/34.
4 delivered 4/27/29, BURNED 3/1/30.
5 delivered 4/26/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/25/31, SURVEYED 8/20/34.
6 delivered 4/30/29, BURNED 9/17/29 at Griffith Park Airport, CA
7 delivered 5/1/29, WRECKED 11/22/29.
8 delivered 5/10/29.  Used to test new NACA cowlings.  BURNED 1/15/30.
9 delivered 11/6/29, CONVERTED TO XLB-8 12/11/29, W/o in forced landing at Wright Field Mar 18, 1931.
10 delivered 12/27/29, CONVERTED TO XLB-9 3/2/31, CONVERTED TO LB-6 12/4/31, 
REDESIG. ZLB-6 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 3/16/32, SURVEYED 9/26/33.
29-27 ... 29-27
Keystone LB-10
27 DELIVERED 7/16/29, to Wright Field as P563. Was in 96 BS service when ditched off Pan
American Field, Miami FL and w/o Nov 12, 1929
29-28 ... 29-37
Curtiss B-2 Condor
28 DELIVERED 10/10/29, Crashed near Goodwater, AL Dec 4, 1929 1 killed,
3 bailed out.
29 DELIVERED 11/2/29, To Wright Field as P-582, SURVEYED 10/3/34, MARCH FIELD
30 DELIVERED 10/17/29, converted to B-2A with dual controls 10/6/31.
SURVEYED 12/22/33, MARCH FIELD.
31 DELIVERED  11/28/29, SURVEYED 8/6/34, MARCH FIELD
32 DELIVERED 12/9/29, SURVEYED 8/6/34, MARCH FIELD
33 DELIVERED 12/14/29, SURVEYED 8/6/34, MARCH FIELD
34 DELIVERED 12/22/29, SURVEYED 6/17/35, MARCH FIELD
35 DELIVERED 12/26/29, SURVEYED 5/23/33, MARCH FIELD
36 DELIVERED 1/4/30, SURVEYED 7/22/36, ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
37 DELIVERED 1/16/30, SURVEYED 9/29/34, ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
29-38 ... 29-157
Consolidated PT-3A
38 to Wright Field as P527
42 w/o Apr 15, 1929 at Palfrey Aux Field, Texas
44 w/o Mar 1, 1936 at New Medford, CT
45 w/o Oct 17, 1935 at Shadesville, Ohio
46 w/o Feb 9, 1929 at 360 Field, Texas
47 w/o Apr 7, 1939 at Davenport Field, Texas
48 w/o Aug 12, 1938 at Davenport Field, Texas
49 w/o Jan 4, 1931 at Hensley Field, Texas
50 w/o Nov 27, 1929 at Brooks Field, Texas
51 w/o Apr 24, 1933 at Randolph Field, Texas
52 w/o Jun 3, 1937 at Randolph Field, Texas
53 w/o Sep 13, 1929 at Palfray Field, Texas
58 w/o Jun 17, 1936 at McDade, LA
60 w/o Jun 15, 1939 at Hensley Field, Texas
63 w/o Apr 27, 1931 at Brooks Field, Texas
66 w/lo Apr 6, 1935 at Patterson Field, Ohio
67 w/o Jul 28, 1937 at Randolph Field, Texas
68 w/o Jun 5, 1935 at Salt Lake City, Utah
71 w/o Oct 30, 1939 at Carrollton, Texas
73 w/o Aug 28, 1934 at Converse, Texas
75 w/o May 22, 1932 at Schoen Field, IN
76 damaged Nov 19, 1933 at Randolph Field, Texas, repaired.  W/o Feb 14, 1940 at Love Field, Texas
78 w/o Sep 17, 1929 at March Field, CA
79 w/o Mar 27, 1931 at Bolinas Bay, CA
81 w/o Aug 18, 1936 at Davenport Field, Texas
87 w/o Jun 11, 1940 at Tulsa, OK
88 w/o Jul 11, 1940 at Tulsa, OK
90 w/o Jan 6, 1930 at Galveston, Texas
91 w/o Jun 12, 1940 at McDowell Field, Texas
92 w/o Sep 16, 1937 at Randolph Field, Texas
94 w/o Jan 6, 1930 at Galveston, Texas
95 w/o Oct 20, 1935 at Girard, CA
96 w/o Jul 24, 1939 at Collier Aux Field, OK
97 w/o May 5, 1931 at Brooks Field, Texas
99 w/o Jun 12, 1930 at McDowell Aux Field, Texas
100 w/o Jun 22, 1940 at McDowell Aux Field, Texas
101 w/o Aug 26, 1938 at Randolph Field, Texas
110 w/o Jul 24, 1930 at Mather Field, CA
111 w/o damaged Aug 11, 1930 at Long Beach Municipal Airport, CA, repaired.  W/o Jun 22, 1940 at
McDowell Aux Field, Texas
112 w/o Jan 4, 1938 at Cade Field, Texas
115 to Wright Field as P564 XPT-8A.  With 17th PS Selfridge, Mt Clemons, Michigan in midair collision 
2 mi W of New Baltimore Dec 17, 1931 with P-12C 31-164.  Both pilots killed.
117 w/o Jun 17, 1940 at Tulsa, OK
118 w/o Nov 20, 1993 at Schoen Field, IN
120 w/o Oct 4, 1933 at Kansas City, MO
124 w/o Aug 12, 1930 at Brooks Field, Texas
126 w/o Apr 13, 1938 at Randolph Field, Texas
128 w/o Sep 7, 1938 at Randolph Field, Texas
129 w/o Dec 21, 1936 at Randolph Field, Texas
131 w/o Feb 5, 1934 at Converse, Texas
133 w/o Jul 7, 1933 at Crissy Field, CA
134 w/o Feb 6, 1935 at Hamilton Field, CA
135 w/o Aug 18, 1939 at Collier Aux Field, OK
138 w/o Dec 1, 1939 at Tulsa Municipal Airport, OK
139 w/o Jul 24, 1930 at Mather Field, CA
140 w/o May 4, 1936 at Salt Lake City, Utah
142 w/o Jan 11, 1932 at Talent, OR
143 w/o Aug 10, 1939 at Tulsa, OK
144 w/o Apr 17, 1937 at Cade Field, Texas
145 w/o Mar 8, 1936 at Fort Wayne, IN
146 w/o May 6, 1940 at Love Field, Texas
147 w/o Aug 7, 1934 at Atlanta, Texas
150 w/o May 2, 1938 at Randolph Field, Texas
154 w/o Aug 9, 1934 at Randolph Field, Texas
29-158 ... 29-163
Douglas O-2H
MSN 544/549
159 (430 PS) in midair collision with PT-1 26-342 and crashed 4 1/2 mi SW of Kansas City, MO Feb 1, 1931.
162 w/o Dec 7, 1932 at Turney Ranch, Texas
163 (MSN 549, 42 Sch Sqn) flew into hill on night training exercise Mar 16, 1933, burned out. 8 mi. S. of Boerne TX. 
Aviation Cadet pilot killed.
29-164 ... 29-164
Douglas O-25
MSN 550.  O-2H with 600 hp Curtiss Conqueror V-1570-5 engine.  To Wright Field as P-538.  Later designated
as XO-25A with Curtiss Conqueror V-1570-27 engine with Prestone cooling system.
29-165 ... 29-178
Douglas O-2H
MSN 551/564
165 w/o Mar 11, 1930 at Mather Field, CA
168 to NACA Langley Jan 1929 to 1935.  Wfu 1935
169 (42 Sch Sqn) crashlanded 12 mi SW of Kelly Field, TX Mar 13 1931
171 w/o Mar 22, 1930 at Manila Bay, Philippines
173 w/o Mar 24, 1930 at Paranaque, Philippines
175 w/o Jul 20, 1933 at Holletsville, Texas
177 w/o May 23, 1932 at Hensley Field, Texas
178 w/o May 8, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
29-184 ... 29-184
Douglas O-29
MSN 509.  O-2K with Wright R-1750 radial.  Later re-engined with Wright R-1820 radial and first
redesignated Y1O-29A and finally O-29A.  To Wright Field as P-576.  Converted to Y2O-29A, redesignated
as ZO-29A.  W/o Jul 10, 1934 at Fairfax, VA
29-185 ... 29-208
Douglas O-2K
MSN 510/533.  Some modified as basic trainers and redesignated BT-1
185 converted to BT-1.  W/o Jan 18, 1932 at Winburn Field, Texas
191 converted to BT-1.  W/o Sep 10, 1930 at Brooks Field, Texas
193 converted to BT-1.  W/o Jan 13, 1933 at Zuehl Field, Texas
194 w/o Dec 14, 1929 at Globe, AZ
196 converted to BT-1.  W/o Aug 24, 1932 at Krueger Field, Texas
199 converted to BT-1.  W/o Sep 19, 1933 at Krueger Field, Texas
203 accepted by USAAC Apr 29, 1929, converted to BT-1 trainer Aug 1930, San Antonio, TX.   To 312th
52nd School Squadron, Brooks Field, TX.  Crashed Jun 2, 1931 2 mi W of Ft. Crockett, Galveston, TX solo
cross country.  Pilot killed.
204 w/o Jul 18, 1929 at Terrill Wells, Texas
208 converted to BT-1.  W/o Mar 31, 1933 at Randolph Field, Texas
29-218 ... 29-218
Douglas O-32
MSN 543.  Similar to O-29A but powered by uncowled P&W R-1340-3 radial. Later re-engined with Wright R-1820 
radial and first redesignated Y1O-29A and finally O-29A.  Subsequently fitted with dual
controls and designation changed to BT-2.  218 to Wright Field as P568.  Converted to BT-2.
W/o Dec 19, 1930 at Biggs Field, Texas  
29-220 ... 29-226
Ford C-3A 
Commercial 4-AT-80/86 trimotors acquired by USAAC.  Later converted to C-9 configuration.
220 (MSN 80) delivered May 29, 1929 as C-3A, later converted to C-9
221 (MSN 81) delivered Jun 3, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to A/C Det at Bolling
Field, Washington, DC.  On Mar 3, 1930 damaged in taxi accident at Mitchell Field, New York
222 (MSN 82) delivered Jun 7, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to 94 PS at Selfridge
Field, Michiga,.  Damaged Feb 13, 1930 after forced landing 7 mi SE of Alba, MI due to engine failure.
Again on Mar 23, 1933 attached to 57 SerSQ at Selfridg Field damaged in taxi accident at Chanute Field,
Illinois
223 (MSN 83) delivered Jun 13, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to 61 Ser Sq at Mitchell
Field, New York.  Damaged Jan 23, 1930 in forced landing due to fuel starvation at Dayton, Ohio.
Damaged Oct 5, 1930 in another forced landing.
224 (MSN 84)delivered Jun 14, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to A/C Det at Bolling Field,
Washington, DC.  Nov 9, 1929 damaged in forced landing.  On Dec 2, 1931, attached to 60 Ser Sq at
Fort Crockett, Galveston< Texas, damaged in taxi accident at Scott Field, Illinois
225 (MSN 85) delivered Jun 20, 1929 as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to 62nd SQ at Brooks Field, San
Antonio, Texas.  Damaged Jul 16, 1929 in landing accident at Brooks Field.
226 (MSN 86) delivered Jun 21, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.
29-227 ... 29-259
Curtiss P-1C Hawk
MSN 11181/11213
227 to Wright Field as P537.  Dean and Hagedorn have it being
crashed by Jimmy Doolittle at Cleveland, OH Sep 1, 1929.
233 w/o Feb 15, 1929 at New Baltimore, MI
235 w/o May 15, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
236 w/o May 2, 1930 at Mexico, MO
237 w/o Oct 2, 1932 at Samalyuca, Mexico
238 to Wright Field as P579.  W/o Apr 30, 1933 at Paxton, IL
238 diverted to test work as XP-1C.  To Wright Field as P-579.  W/o Apr 30, 1933 at Paxton, IL
240 w/o May 3, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
241 w/o Jun 7, 1929 at Coon Rapids, IA
242 w/o Jan 24, 1930 at Beach, ND
243 w/o Sep 28, 1932 at Arenzville, IL
245 w/o Feb 3, 1932 at Dryden, texas
246 w/o Jul 27, 1929 at Selfridge Field, MI
247 w/o Apr 25, 1932 at Kelly Field, Texas
248 w/o Sep 6, 933 at Kelly Field, Texas
249 w/o Apr 21, 1934 at Dolores, Texas
250 w/o Sep 5, 1929 at Lemmon, SD
252 w/o Oct 4, 1932 at Comstock, Texas
253 w/o Jul 27, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
254 w/o Apr 6, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
255 w/o May 25, 1933 at San Antonio, Texas
256 w/o May 25, 1933 at San Antonio, Texas
258 w/o May 15, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
259 completed as XP-6B.  Modified for long-distance flight from New York to Nome,
Alaska.  Damaged in forced landing on return trip.
Converted back to standard P-1C configuration.  To Wright Field as P-590.
W/o Jul 21, 1929 at Valemount, Canada.  Surveyed Aug 12, 1931.
29-260 ... 29-273
Curtiss YP-6 Hawk
Ordered as YP-6 to test the V-1570 engine.  The engines were not yet ready, 269/273 were delivered with water cooled
engines as P-6, with others being completed later as P-6A
260 converted to XP-6D and then to P-6A. To Wright Field as P-580.
261 converted to P-6A.  W/o Nov 16, 1929 at Selfridge Field, MI
262 converted to P-6A, then to XP-22, and then
back to P-6A.  W/o Feb 19, 1933 at Selfridge Field, MI
263 converted to XP-6A, then back to P-6A. To Wright Field as P-586.  W/o Dec 15, 1931 at Pontiac, MI
264 converted to P-6A.  W/o Oct 12, 1931 at Selfridge Field, MI
265 converted to P-6A.  W/o Feb 1, 1932 at Carleton, MI
266 converted to P-6A, then to P-6D.  W/o Aug 23, 1934 at Light Foot, VA
267 converted to P-6A.  W/o Dec 25, 1931 at Fools Know, WV
268 converted to P-6A.  W/o Nov 6, 1932 at Detroit, MI
269 converted to P-6D.  W/o Nov 22, 1930 at Selfridge Field, MI
270 converted to P-6D.  W/o Jun 28, 1935 at Newport News, VA
271 converted to P-6D.  W/o May 10, 1936 at Peck, MI
272 converted to P-6D.  W/o Dec 9, 1936 at Potomac, IL
273 converted to P-6D.  W/o Feb 11, 1937 at Chanute Field, IL
29-282 ... 29-322
Curtiss O-1E Falcon
282 to Wright Field as P-587
283 w/o Mar 17, 1933 at St Joseph, MO
284 w/o Aug 12, 1936 at Boston Airport, MA
285 w/o Jun 21, 1935 at Commack, New York
286 w/o Aug 21, 1931 at Trumbull Field, CT
287 w/o Jun 18, 1934 at Schoen Field, IN
288 converted to O-1F
289 w/o Mar 11, 1930 at Camp Creek, MD
291 w/o Jun 6, 1930 at Fort Hancock, NJ
294 w/o Mar 27, 1937 at Sycamore, OH
295 converted to XBT-4, then to XO-1G, then to Y1O-1G.  Destroyed in crash Jun 6, 1932.
296 fitted with cockpit enclosure.  W/o May 28, 1934 at Richards Field, MO
297 w/o Aug 1, 1935 at Mitchel Field, NY
300 w/o Mar 17, 1933 at St Joseph, MO
301 w/o Aug 28, 1934 at Humarock Beach, MA
306 w/o Jul 20, 1931 at Cedarcrest Sanatarium, CT
307 w/o Mar 4, 1934 at Lake Lotawana, MO
309 w/o Jul 8, 1929 (?) at Mitchel Field, NY
311 w/o Sep 1, 1930 at Highlands, NJ
312 w/o May 28, 1930 at Pelham Bay, New York
314 w/o Apr 4, 1932 at Easton Airport, MD
317 w/o Aug 4, 1935 at Mitchel Field, New York
318 w/o Dec 21, 1930 at Flushing, New York
319 converted to YO-13C and then to O-13C.  (1 OS) crashed at Port Washington, Long Island, 
NY Jun 27, 1932
320 converted to YO-13C and O-13C
321 converted to YO-13C and O-13C 
322 converted to XO-26-->Y1O-26.  Later to O-26 and surveyed Aug 1934.
29-323 ... 29-323
Vought XO-28
USN O2U-3 taken on charge by USAAF for evaluation.  To Wright Field as P547.
Destroyed in a hangar fire at Wright Field Mar 18, 1930.  The USAAC
record card does not mention any former Navy identity.
29-325 ... 29-325
Fairchild XC-8 
MSN 604.  Later redesignated XF-1.  To Wright Field as P548.  W/o May 20, 1930 at Summit House, PA
29-326 ... 29-326
Berliner-Joyce XP-16
Surveyed May 24, 1932.
29-329 ... 29-341
Boeing P-12B
MSN 1170/1182.
329 converted to XP-12G - later reverted to B configuration.
330 w/o Jun 10, 1934 at Hensley Field, Texas
331 w/o Apr 30, 1933 at Paxton, IL
332 w/o May 4, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
333 (43 PS) crashed 3 1/2 mi SE of Hondo, TX May 11, 1936
334 w/o Sep 10, 1934 at Kelly Field Aux 2 Field, Texas
336 w/o Sep 10, 1930 at March Field, CA
337 w/o Dec 12, 1934 at Brooks Field, Texas
338 w/o Dec, 2, 1939 at Marysville, CA
340 w/o Sep 8, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
29-352 ... 29-352
Thomas-Morse YO-23
To Wright Field as P562
29-353 ... 29-361
Boeing P-12
MSN 1100/1108
353 w/o Nov 20, 1930 at Mather Field, CA
354 w/o Sep 1, 1931 at Cleveland, Ohio
355 (77 PS) damaged in landing accident at Burbank, CA Feb 23, 1931
356 w/o Mar 18, 1930 at Sorrento, CA
357 (80 Svc Sqn) crashed 2 mi E of Mather Field, CA Jun 9, 1931
358 (95th PS) crashed at Rockwell Field, CA Oct 24, 1929, repaired.  W/o May 7, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
359 (95th PS) w/o in forced landing at Reno, NV Oct 22, 1929
361 may be the plane which was lost in midair collision over Linden, OH May 18, 1929 during war games.  Pilot killed.
29-362 ... 29-362
Boeing XP-12A
MSN 1109.  W/o May 18, 1929 at Columbus, OH
29-363 ... 29-366
Curtiss YP-6 Hawk
Ordered as YP-6 to test the V-1570 engine.  The engines were not yet ready, and all were delivered with water
cooled engines as P-6.  All converted to P-6D in 1932.
363 converted to P-6D in 1932.  W/o Oct 17, 1933 at Hilton Village, VA
365 converted to P-6D in 1932.  W/o Jan 22, 1934 at Chapman Field, FL
366 converted to P-6D in 1932.  W/o Jul 11, 1935 at Bay Point, VA
29-367 ... 29-368
Curtiss P-11 Hawk 
All delivered as P-6.  Later converted to P-6D
367 converted to P-6D.  W/o Apr 21, 1934 at LaBelle, PA
368 converted to P-6D.  W/o Jan 19, 1935 at Provicence Forge, VA
29-370 ... 29-370
Thomas-Morse O-19A
To Wright Field as P569.  Damaged in takeoff accident at Pope Field, NC
Aug 13, 1931.
29-374 ... 29-374
Curtiss P-11 Hawk 
Delivered as YP-20 before becoming XP-6E
and XP-6F.
29-375 ... 29-404
Douglas O-2H
MSN 575/604.  For National Guard
375 w/o Aug 26, 1931 at Mize, MS
380 w/o Jan 12, 1932 at New Brunswick, NJ
383 (35 Div/MO NG) crashed 4 mi E of Fulton, MO Sep 21, 1931.
387 w/o Aug 18, 1931 at Jefferson City, MO
392 w/o Aug 4, 1932 at VeVay, IN
393 w/o Oct 13, 1929 at Durango, CO
397 w/o May 31, 1931 at Uniontown, PA
29-406 ... 29-406
Sikorsky XC-6
S-38A amphibian MSN 214-11 ordered by USAAC for tests. Redesignated C-6. To Wright Field as P-588.
Damaged in Long Island Sound Jun 4, 1930, repaired at Middlestown Air Depot. 
Presumably scrapped 1933 
29-407 ... 29-412
Fokker C-7A
407 (MSN 1501) to Wright Field Mar 24, 1930 as P597.  Redesignated XC-7A Apr 1930.
Reverted to C-7A designation Mar 1931. Surveyed Nov 1, 1934 San Antonio Air Depot, TX.
408 (MSN 1502 ?) surveyed Oct 22, 1934, Middletown Air Depot, PA.
409 (MSN 1503 ?) surveyed Aug 20, 1934, San Antonio Air Depot, TX.
410 (MSN 1504 ?) surveyed Aug 20, 1934, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX.
411 (MSN 1505 ?) wrecked Jan 1936, surveyed Apr 22, 1936.
412 (MSN 1506 ?) fate unknown.  Last heard of at Scott Field, Belleville, IL Apr 18, 1933.
29-433 ... 29-450
Boeing P-12B
MSN 1183/1200
434 (55 PS) crashed at Gunnery Range, Honey Lake, CA Jul 14, 1931
435 w/o Oct 30, 1930 at Tijuana River, CA
436 w/o Apr 22, 1930 at Mather Field, CA
437 w/o Mar 21, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
438 w/o Sep 19, 1932 at Kelly Field, Texas
439 w/o Jul 19, 1930 at Camp Skeel, MI
441 w/o Aug 18, 1930 at Bolling Field, DC
442 w/o Jul 19, 1933 at Kelly Field, Texas
443 (43 PS) crashed 22 mi NE of Kelly Field, TX Aug 25, 1936
444 w/o Oct 2, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
445 w/o Aug 20 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
446 w/o Jul 25, 1930 at Glenview, IL
447 w/o Jul 10, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
449 w/o Sep 2, 1931 at Langley Field, VA
450 w/o Feb 3, 1932 at Manila Bay, Philippines
29-452 ... 29-452
Curtiss XC-10 
Robin-W for evaluation in radio control of unpiloted aircraft.  To Wright Field as P-578.  Scrapped Mar 1936
29-453 ... 29-453
Thomas-Morse XP-13 Viper
Later XP-13A. To Wright Field as P559.  Crashed Oct 1, 1930 at Wright Field, Ohio
30-1 ... 30-28
Curtiss A-3B Falcon
1 converted to O-1E.  To Wright Field as P-595
2 (90th Attack Sqdn) crashed Strobel, TX May 1933.  Pilot killed
6 (8th Attack Sqn) ground looped on landing at Brooks Field, TX
Aug 12, 1930
7 (41st School Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Eagle Pass Apt,
TX Dec 18, 1934
8 (13th Attack Sqn) flew into ground at Palacios, TX Apr 11, 1932.
Pilot killed.
9 w/o May 19, 1930 at NAS Pensacola, FL
10 (1st School Sqn) crashed in vacant lot, Rantoul< IL Jan 4, 1937.
Both crew killed.
11 (13th Attack Sqn) ground looped on landing at Fresno, CA
Apr 25, 1930
12 (13th Attack Sqn) crashed 10 mi SE of Hallettsville, TX
Jul 15, 1930.  Pilot bailed out safely.
13 scrapped Oct 1937, last A-3B in service.
14 (8th Attack Sqn) flew into high-tension wires 1 mi W of Kirby, TX
Nov 13, 1932.  Pilot killed.
15 w/o May 27, 1931 at Memphis, TN
16 (8th Attack Sqn) w/o at Needville, TX Jun 19, 1932
17 (90th Attack Sqn) crashed on takeoff Carmine, TX Dec 5, 1933.
18 (ACTS) in midair collision with 30-25 at Maxwell field, AL
Dec 11, 1934.  Pilot (Mexican AF) killed.
19 (13th Attack Sqn) crashed on takeoff Ft. Crockett, TX Sep 9, 1931.
21 (60th Sqn) forcelanded 5 mi W of Ft. Crockett TX Apr 4, 1930
22 (90th Attack Sqn) crashed Ft Crockett, TX Jan 27, 1931
25 (ACTS) in midair collision with 30-18 at Maxwell Field, AL
Dec 11, 1934.  Pilot killed.
26 (8th Attack Sqn) forcelanded after engine fialure Gonzales, TX
Nov 12, 1932
28 (8th Attack Sqn) flew into water during Trophy Race, Galveston,
TX Nov 17, 1930.  Pilot killed.
30-29 ... 30-87
Boeing P-12B
MSN 1201/1259
29 (17th Pursuit Sq) in midair collision with P-12C 31-162 near
Muttonville MI Dec 2, 1930.  Pilot bailed out.
33 (77 PS) damaged in takeoff accident at Reno, NV Jun 20, 1931.
34 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) in midair collision with 30-74 over Clark
Field, Philippines Jul 7, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
35 (24th Pursuit Sqn) in midair colison with 30-39 over Limon Bay,
Canal Zone Sep 16, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
37 (24th Pursuit Sqn) crashed 2 mi E of France Field, Canal Zone
Jan 4, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
38 (Panama Air Depot) wrecked in landing accident at France Field,
Canal Zone Dec 15, 1934.
39 (24th Pursuit Sqn) in midair collision with 30-25 over Limon
Bay, Canal Zone Sep 16 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
40 (24th Pursuit Sqn) forcelanded Mandingo River, Canal Zone
Jun 22, 1932
41 (24 PS) damaged in landing accident at Rio Hato, Panama Mar 4, 1931
42 (24th Pursuit Sqn) crashed after engine failure La Pintada,
Panama Sep 19, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
44 (74th Pursuit Sqn) w/o in landing at France Field, Canal
Zone Jan 29, 1935.
47 (24th Pursuit Sqn) w/o in forced landing at la Playa, Panama
Dec 13, 1932
49 (74th Pursuit Sqn) crashed at France Field, Canal Zone
Oct 9, 1930.  Pilot bailed out.
50 (29th Pursuit Sqn) forcelanded at Chorrerea, Panama Nov 23, 1933.
53 (78th Pursuit Sqn) crashed Chorrera, Panama Oct 4, 1933.  Pilot
bailed out.
55 (MSN 1227) w/o Dec 9, 1932 at Wheeler Field, HI
56 (6th Pursuit Sqn) w/o after midair collision with 30-66 over
Wheeler Field Nov 9, 1934.
61 (MSN 1233) wo Oct 20, 1930 at Waimanalo, HI
62 (MSN 1234, 19th Pursuit Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Wheeler Field
Nov 9, 1934.
66 (3 PS) damaged in landing accident at Clark Field, Philippines Apr 28, 1931.
67 (MSN 1239) w/o Sep 8, 1933 at Wheeler Field, HI
68 (18th Pursuit Sqn) spun-in off Puenta Point, Oahy Aug 18, 1930.
Pilot killed.
70 (19 PS) forcelanded at Haleiwa Auxiliary Airfield, HI Jan 27, 1931
71 (19th Pursuit Sqn) crashed off Waikiki Beach, Oahy while
performing acrobatics over departing Army transport
Mar 21, 1931.  Pilot killed.
73 (MSN 1245) w/o Mar 16, 1931 at Nichols Field, Philippines
74 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) in midair collision with 30-34 over Clark
Field, Philippines Jul 7, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
75 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) crashed 6y mi S of Clark Field after midair
fire Nov 9, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
81 (ZP-12B, 3 PS) damaged in takeoff accident at Quingua, Philippines Sep 23, 1936
82 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) ditched in Subic Bay after engine failure
May 24, 1933.
85 (3re Pursuit Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Clark Field
Nov 29, 1932
86 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) forcelanded 3 mi N of Clark Field after
engine failure Mar 2, 1936. 
30-88 ... 30-88
Fleet XPT-6
To Wright Field as P567
30-90 ... 30-159
Thomas-Morse O-19B
90 (57th Service Sqn) crashed 2 mi E of Flint, MI May 9, 1934.
Pilot bailed out.  Listed as O-33B in accident report.
91 converted to XO-19B.  Also Project serial P598, w/o Jun 17, 1934 at Crissy field, CA
92 w/o Sep 4, 1937 at Atlanta, GA
93 (15th Obv Sqn) spun in on Aerial Gunnery Range, Oscoda, MI
Aug 3, 1933.  Pilot killed
94 crashed into San Francisco Bay Apr 16, 1934 due to engine failure on takeoff.
95 (15th Obv Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Groseclose, VA
Dec 26, 1930.  Repaired.  W/o Oct 20, 1937 at Maxwell Field, AL
96 w/o Jun 18, 1934 at Kelly Field, TX
98 (39th School Sqn) crashed Leon Springs Military Reservation, TX Mar 13, 1934.
Pilot killed.
99 w/op Mar 24, 1938 at Marshall Field, KS
100 wo Jun 21, 1930 at Chicago Municipal Airport, IL
101 (4th Coastal Arty) crashed Virginia Key (Miami) Fl
Feb 2, 1938.  2 crew killed.
104 recovered from Hawaiian inland waters Aug 8, 1932 by diver and crane.
105 (16th Obv Sqn) force landed after engine failure Ft. Bragg, NC Sep 22, 1931.
107 (ACTS) flew into ground 3 mi S of Montgomery, AL Jul 29, 1934.
Pilot killed.
109 W/o Jan 24, 1934 at Hensley Field, Texas
110 (39 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 19, 1934
111 w/o Jun 1, 1936 at Maxwell Field, AL
112 w/o Oct 12, 1934 at March Field, CA
113 w/o Jan 14, 1934 at Long Beach, CA
114 crashed on takeoff at Prineville MAP, OR Aug 29, 1935.  Pilot killed.
116 (ACTS) crashed Prattville, AL, 12 mi N of Maxwell Field Jan 7, 1935.  Pilot killed.
117 w/o Feb 9, 1936 at Dryden, Texas
118  (48th Pursuit Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Burlington
MAP, IA Jun 15, 1936
120 w/o Jul 11, 1933 at Cecelie, KY
122 (88th Obv Sqn) ditched near Governor's Island in New York Harbor after engine 
failure May 23, 1931
123 (41st Obv Sqn) crashed 12 mi Nw of Kelly Field, Tx
Aug 6, 1936.  Pilot bailed out.
126 w/o May 7, 1934 at Brooks Field, Texas.
127 crashed in Cascade Mountains E of Morton, WA NE of Ford Island Oct 19, 1935.
131 (4th Obv Sqn) force landed in Pearl Harbor after engine
faiure Aug 5, 1932.  Damaged with 4 OS in landing accident at Kahuku Point
airstrip, HI Nov 28, 1934.
132 w/op Jan 9, 1931 at Schofield Barracks, HI
135 w/o Nov 28, 1934 at Kahuku Point, HI
137  (4 OS) damaged in forced landing near Kipapa Gulch, Oahu, HI
Sep 26, 1934. 
138 (40th Attack Sqn) crashed 7 mi SW of Kelly Field Apr 16, 1935.
Pilot bailed out.
139 ground looped at Salt Lake city Apt Apr 15, 1936.
140 (62nd School Sqn) wrecked on takeoff Navasota, TX Aug 9, 1937.
141 (1st Obv Sqn) forcelanded after engine failure near
Stockdale, KS Aug 12, 1938
142 (40th AS) crashed 7 mi N of Orange Grove, TX Apr 23, 1935.
Pilot killed.
144 (316th Obv Sqn) groundlooped at Sacramento MAP, CA Sep 16, 1933
145 w/o Oct 25, 1937 at Atlanta, GA
146 damaged in landing accident at Crissy Field, CA Apr 25, 1933
147 (22nd Obv Sqn) crashed N of Deatsville, AL Oct 3, 1930.
Crew bailed out.
148 (31 BS) damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Jan 17, 1933
149 w/o Apr 30, 1941 at Fort Benning, GA
152 (Rockwell Air Depot) ground looped Rockwell Field, CA
Jan 22, 1936
154 (ACTS) suffered engine failure and crashed 9 mi S of Maxwell
Field Oct 9, 1933.  Pilot bailed out.
155 (ACTS) damaged in takeoff accident at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 5, 1934.
156 w/o Oct 9, 1933 at Medford, OR
157 flew into terrain at Altamont Pass, near Livermore, CA
Aug 21, 1936.  Both crew killed.
158 w/o May 21, 1932 at Battle Creek, MI
30-160 ... 30-160
Douglas O-25A
MSN 667.  Production version of O-25.  To Wright Field as P530, P560.  Wrecked in landing
accident at March Field Dec 1, 1932.
30-164 ... 30-195
Douglas O-25A
MSN 671/702.  Production version of O-25
164 (62nd School Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Kelly Field
Oct 26, 1938
165 (MSN 672) w/o Nov 8, 1933 at Indiana, PA
166 (91st Obv Sqn) wrecked landing in bad weather Big Prairie
Ranger Station, MT Jul 26, 1930
167 in midair fire at Bakersfield, CA Apr 5, 1931.  Pilot bailed out.
169 (16th Obv Sqn) crashed 14 mi SE of Macon, GA Jul 25, 1934.
170 (91st Obv Sqn) wrecked Mather Field, Ca Mar 23, 1931.
173 (1st Obv Sqn) w/o Kelly Field Aug 30, 1935
174 (1055h Obv Sqn/TNNG) wrecked in landing accident Valparaiso
Gunnery Range, FL Aug 22, 1937.
175 (ACTS) stalled and spun-in near Imperial, OA Jan 7, 1934.
Pilot bailed out
177 (MSN 684) w/o Jan 7, 1938 at Brooks Field, Texas
178 (91st Obv Sqn) stalled and crashed during target practice at
Mather Field, CA Mar 20, 1931.  Pilot killed, observer injured.
183 w/o Aug 1, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
184 w/o at Kelly Field, Texas
185 w/o Mar 17, 1932 at Fort Benning, GA
186 crashed 3 mi W of Waterford, PA Dec 29, 1930.  Pilot killed.
188 (205th Obv Sqn/TNNG) ground looped and wrecked during landing
at New Orleans, LA Aug 11, 1938.
189 (62nd School Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Camp Bullis,
San Antonio, TX Dec 9, 1938
190 (41st Obv Sqn) wrecked near Brady, TX May 9, 1936
191 w/o Aug 19, 1930 at Marion, KS
193 w/o Jan 7, 1938 at Kelly Field, Texasx
194 w/o May 27, 1938 at Camp Bullis, Texas
195 (62nd School Sqn) stalled and spun in 2 mi SW of Hewitt, TX
Apr 19, 1939.  Pilot bailed out.
30-196 ... 30-225
Douglas O-32A
MSN 637/666.  Modified to BT-2A trainers after removal of armament.
196 (46 Sch Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at McAlester, OK Jun 19, 1935.
197 (329th Obv Sqn) collided with O-2H 28-164 and wrecked while
taking off for air show at Salt Lake City, UT Jul 25, 1931.
199 (46th School Sqn) wrecked Kingville, TX Mar 15, 1933
201 (91st Obv Sqn) stalled and crashed Benton Apt, Redding, CA
Nov 23, 1932.
203 (30th BS) wrecked in takeoff accident at Biggs Field, Fort
Bliss, TX Jun 30, 1934
205 (46th School Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Kruger Field,
TX Jun 13, 1934
206 converted to BT-2A.  W/o Dec 6, 1931 at Rockwell Field, CA
207 (ACTS) wrecked in ground collision with Transcontinental and
Western Air Northrop Alpha Nc942Y at Richards Field, Kansas
City, MO Sep 18, 1931
213 (53rd School Sqn) crashed short of landing strip at Palm
Springs, CA Oct 14, 1930.  Damaged in landing accident at Troutdale, OR Feb 5, 1935.
214 (46th School Sqn) crashed 8 mi W of Moore, TX Jan 12, 1936.
Pilot killed
216 (54th School Sqn) w/o at Kerrville, TX Jun 24, 1930
217 (46th School Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident Menard, TX
Sep 25, 1935.
218 converted to BT-2A.  W/o Mar 27, 1935 at Kruger Field, Texas
221 converted to BT-2A.  WS/o Aug 30, 293 at March Field, CA
222 (46th School Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Matagorda, TX Jun 26, 1935
223 (94 PS) w/o at Marysville, MI May 20, 1934.
225 (ACTS) crashed 3 mi E of Chanute Field, IL Feb 6, 1932.
Pilot killed, passenger injured.
30-229 ... 30-229
Douglas XO-31
MSN 721.  Force landed in bad weather Salisbury, PA Aug 21, 1931.
30-231 ... 30-280
Curtiss A-3B Falcon
231 (38th Attack Sqn) forcelanded after engine failure near 
Salem, WV Sep 6, 1931
232 w/o Jan 11, 1931 at Freeport, TX
233 (ACTS) crashed near Crestview, FL after engine failure
Mar 29, 1936.  Pilot bailed out.
235 (41 Sch Sq) crashed at Kelly Field, Texas Jan 10, 1936
236 w/o Jan 11, 1933 at Fort Crockett, Texas
237 (40th Attack Sqn) crashed at Kelly Field, TX after striking
water tower on takeoff Jan 22, 1936.  Pilot killed.
239 w/o Jul 28, 1931 at Chanute Field, IL
240 redesignated ZA-3B.  W/o Feb 15, 1931 at Logan Field, MD
242 (19th Pursuit Sqn) w/o at Haleiwa Auxiliary Field, Oahu, HI
Jun 21, 1932.
244 (13th Attack Sqn) struck telephone pole and crashed at Port
O'Connor, TX Aug 19, 1932.  Pilot and passenger injured.
245 w/o Aug 21, 1931 at Freeport, Texas
246 to Wright Field as P-599.  W/o May 22, 19o32 at Hensley Field, Texas
247 (51st Attack Sqn) engine failed and crasied at Kewanee, MS
May 8, 1936.  Pilot bailed out
251 (8th Attack Sqn) crashed Ft. Crockett, TX Aug 7, 1933.
252 w/o Jan 25, 1934 at Warm Springs, GA
253 (8th Attack Sqn) crashed Galveston, TX Sep 5, 1930
255 (90th Attack Sqn) spun-in Fort Crockett, TX Oct 2, 1930
256 (41st School Sqn) crashed S of Mertzon, TX Sep 5, 1934.
Pilot killed.
260 w/o Oct 78, 1933 at Fort Crockett, Texas
266 (26th Attack Sqn) cradhed Wheeler Field, Oahy Dec 22, 1930.
Pilot bailed out
267 (26th Attack Sqn) wrecked in landing accident Bellows Field,
Oahy Sep 19, 1934
269 w/o Oct 9, 1935 at Bellows Field, HI
273 (26th Attack Sqn) crashed Waipahu, Oahu Jan 5, 1931.
Pilot killed, mechanic injured.
277 w/o Apr 16, 1935 at Wheeler Field, HI
279 w/o Oct 14, 1935 at Bellows Field, HI
30-281 ... 30-343
Keystone B-3A
Ordered as LB-10A, redesignated B-3A.  317/343 completed as B-5A.
281 comverted to Y1B-4.  W/o Feb 28, 1934 at Palmdale, CA
283 (28th Bomb Sqn) crashed after engine failure near Clark
Field, Philippines Sep 7, 1933.
284 (28th Bomb Sqn) crashed after engine failure S of Buluan,
Mindanao Jan 3, 1935
285 w/o Ajug 9, 1934 at Delmonte, Philippines
286 (28th Bomb Sqn) force landed after engine failure Maricaben,
6 mi NNW of Manila Jan 15, 1932.  Plane nosed over in deep
mud and two crew in front cockpit suffocated.  3 enlisted
crew survived.
287 w/o Sep 9, 1935 at Clark Field, Philippines
289 (25th Bomb Sq) ditched in Caribbean 15 mi E of France Field,
Canal Zone Dec 9, 1935.  3 of 5 crew killed.
291 (40th School Sqn) forcelanded in bad weather at Randolph
Field, TX Sep 22, 1932
293 (20th Bomb Sqn) in ground fire at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC
Apr 22, 1931.
298 (25th Bomb Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Tole, Panama
Apr 27, 1934
302 (31st Bomb Sqn)forcelanded 2 mi SE of March Field, CA Feb 17, 1932.
309 (25th Bomb Sqn) wredcked in landing accident at France Field,
Canal Zone Aug 24, 1933
310 (25th Bomb Sqn) damaged Sep 3, 1931 when nosed over in landing at 
France Field, CZ. 
313 (28th Bomb Sqn) ditched in Manila Bay after engine failure
Jul 10, 1933
315 (28th Bomb Sqn) stalled and spun-in at Nichols Field, 
Philippines Feb 8, 1934
316 to ZB-3A.  Wrecked in landing accident at Nielson Field,
Philippines Sep 5, 1940.
318 to B-5A.  SW/o Apr 4, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
322 to B-5A.  With 49th Bomb Sqn forcelanded after engine faioure
Messick, VA Apr 3, 1931
325 to B-5A.  W/o Sep 23, 1936 at Maalaea Airport, HI
326 to B-5A.  w/o Feb 9, 1932 at Waianae Field, HI
329 to B-5A.  With 73rd Bomb Sqn crashed 18 mi NE of Boerne, TX
Dec 12, 1934.  Two crew bailed out, but one was killed.
331 to B-5A.  w/o Jun 25, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
332 to B-5A.  w/o Dec 2, 1934 at Boerne, Texas
333 to B-5A.  With 20th Bomb Sqn forcelanded in Black River near
Langley Field, VA Oct 22, 1931.
334 to B-5A.  W/o Dec 20, 1934 at Kelly Field, Texas
335 to B-5A.  With 64th School Sqn wrecked in takeoff accident
at Kelly Field, TX Sep 4, 1936
338 to B-5A.  With 72nd Bomb Sqn crashed in ocean 5 mi E of Koku
Head, Oahu Sep 18, 1932.  1 killed, 1 missing, 2 rescued.
339 to B-5A.  With 23rd Bomb Sqn crashed and nosed over in night
landing at Luke Field, Oahu Aug 23, 1935.  1 killed, 3 survived.
342 to B-5A.  With 72nd Bomb Sqn crashed at sea after engine failure
50 mi S of Oahu Feb 10, 1932.
343 to B-5A.  With ACTSD, crashed 3 mi W of Bismark, IL Nov 6, 1934.
30-349 ... 30-353
Keystone Y1B-6
349 to B-6. (49th Bomb Sqn) force landed after engine failure Eustis, VA
Nov 5, 1934
350 (20th Bomb Sqn) crashed Gambrille, MD Oct 4, 1933. Both crew killed.
351 to B-6.  (25th Bomb Sqn) crashed 15 mi Nw of Panonome, Panama May 12,1936.
All 5 crew bailed out but 2 killed when parachutes did not open.
352 damaged in landing accident at Maxwell Field, AL Dec 11, 1933
353 (1st Bomb Sqn) force landed after engine failure Mineola, NY Jan 9, 1936
30-354 ... 30-370
Douglas O-25A
MSN 704/720
354 w/o Mar 10, 1936 at Davis Island, FL
355 (42nd School Sqn) crashed 11 mi NW of San Diego, Tx Nov 8, 1934.
Pilot bailed out but was killed.
357 (62nd School Sqn) in midair collisin with 30-365 Houston, TX
Dec 14, 1936.  Pilot bailed out
359 (62nd School Sqn) stalled and crashed 2mi N of Camp Stanley,
TX May 26, 1938.  Both crew killed.
360 w/o Apr 8, 1935 at Kelly Field, Texas
361 w/o Dec 4, 1934 at Madison Lake, Texas
362 w/o Jun 28, 1936 at Kelly Field, Texas
363 w/o Jul 1, 1931at Fort worden, WAS
365 (62nd School Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Kelly Field,
TX Jun 6, 1937.
367 w/o Aug 14, 1936 at Buffalo, NY
368 w/o Jul 6, 1937 at Kelly Field, Texas
370 w/o Apr 30, 1932 at Buckner, MO
30-371 ... 30-371
Mohawk YPT-7 Pinto 
Model M1C for evaluation
30-372 ... 30-381
Fleet YPT-6
376 crashed after pilot lost control 1 mi N of March Field, CA
Jun 5, 1930.  Pilot bailed out safely but mechanic was killed.
30-382 ... 30-386
Fleet YPT-6A
MSN 323/327
0382 (MSN 323) to CAA as NS49, later N13932 postwar
0384 (MSN 325) to CAA as NS50, later N13927 postwar
0385 (MSN 326) to CAA as NS51, later noted as NC13933 at March Field Air Museum, CA Jan 2002.
30-397 ... 30-406
Sikorsky C-6A
397 (MSN 414-18?) damaged by excessive porpoising Feb 3, 1931 but repaired.  Scrapped 1933
398 (MSN 514-1 ?).  Scrapped 1933
399 (MSN 514-2 ?) with 64th Service Sqn lost wing after strut failed and crashed Jul 25, 1933 
at Oceanside, CA.  All 7 crew killed.  As a result of this accident, all remaining 
USAAC C-6s and C-6As were withdrawn from use and scrapped.
400 (MSN 514-3 ?) w/o Jul 25, 1931 at York River, VA.  Scrapped 1933
401 (MSN 514-5 ?) scrapped 1933
402 (MSN 514-6 ?) suffered minor accidents Sep 1, 1932 and Jan 10, 1933 at Laguna de Bay, Philippines
but repaired after each. Scrapped later 1933
403 (MSN 514-7 ?) scrapped 1933
404 (MSN 514-8 ?) scrapped 1933
405 (MSN 514-9 ?) with 75th Service Sqn damaged by wheels-up landing at Wheeler
Field Jun 30, 1932, may have been scrapped 
thereafter. If not, would have been scrapped in 1933.
406 (MSN 514-10 ?) slightly damaged in hard water landing Mar 15, 1932, repaired. Scrapped 1933.
30-407 ... 30-407
Douglas O-38A
MSN 869.  Unarmed staff transport version for National Guard
Crashed near Eggleston, MN Nov 24, 1934.  Pilot bailed out
30-408 ... 30-419
Douglas O-38
MSN 870/881.  O-25 development for National Guard
408 (109th Obv Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident Camp Ripley, MN Nov 24, 1934
409 (109th Obv Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Offutt Field, NE
Oct 30, 1935.
413 (116th Obv Sqn) in midair collision with 30-414 Boise, ID Jun 13, 1933.
Pilot killed.
414 (116th Obv Sqn) in midair collision with 30-413 Boise, ID Jun 13, 1933.
Pilot killed.
416 (41st Div Avn) wrecked when force landed out of fuel Randolph,
IL Dec 8, 1937.
417 (116th Obv Sqn) spun in coure d'Alene Lake, ID May 19, 1933
418 (112th Obv Sqn/OHNG) crashed 1 mi E of Oak Harbor, OH
Jul 20, 1935.
31-1 ... 31-146
Douglas BT-2B
MSN 723/868.  Trainer version of O-38.
Some aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2BI instrument trainer
Some BT-2B aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2BR radio controlled target, later designated A-4
Some BT-2BI aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2BG radio controlled target, later designated A-4 
1 force landed in bad weater at Oley Township, PA Oct 16, 1932  Modified as A-4 
2 converted to BT-2BI.  With 56 Svc Sqn crashed 7 mi SED of Remeo, MI Nov 19, 1935
3 (39 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Biggs Field, TX Oct 20, 1934
5 (36 PS) crashed on takeoff at Langley Field, VA Sep 7, 1934
6 (52 Sch Sqn) involved in midair collision and w/o at Buda, TX Apr 30, 1935
7 w/o May 9, 1933 at Randolph Field, Texas
8 w/o Jan 26, 1933 at Fort Sill, OK
11 converted to BT-2BI.  With 3 OS damaged in landing accident at Biggs Field, TX Nov 26, 1940
12 converted to BT-2BI.  With 6 ABS, damaged in landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA Sep 24, 1936
13 (52 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 8 mi NW of San Antonio, TX Apr 27, 1933
14 w/o Feb 10, 1933 at Edinborio, PA
15 w/o Aug 12, 1931 at Morattico, VA
17 converted to BT-2BI.  With 2 Staff Sqn, damaged in landing accident at Edgewood Arsenal, MD Dec 22, 1936
18 (52 Sch Sqn) crashed on takeoff near Seguin, TX May 15, 1935
19 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 12 mi S of Santa Anna, TX Mar 3, 1933
21 (A/c Det Ft Leavenworth) force landed into Missouri River at Kansas City, MO Jun 15, 1933.
22 (27 PS) damaged in landing accident at Jackson, MI Aug 12, 1931
24 converted to BT-2BI.  W/o Jan 167, 1933 at Camp Kearney, CA
25 (52 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Randolph Field, TX Dec 2, 1935
26 (52 Sch Sqn) crashed near Cibolo, TX Oct 29, 1935
27 damaged in landing accident at Los Angeles MAP Jan 28, 1938
29 converted to BT-2BI, converted to BT-2BG.  W/o Jul 11, 1941 at Rio Hato, Panama Canal Zone
30 converted to BT-2BI.  With 72 BS, damaged in landing accident at Luke Field, HI May 25, 1937
33 converted to BT-2BI.  Crashed25 mi W of Wright Field, OH Oct 27, 1936
34 converted to BT-2BI.  Experimentally fitted with twin Edo floats.   Crashed 3 mi N of Wright Field, OH Mar 15, 1936
35 w/o at Bolling Field, DC Feb 28, 1934
36 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
37 (47 Sch Sqn) crashed at Palm Springs Junction, CA Feb 8, 1931
38 w/o Apr 25, 1935 at Brooks Field, Texas
39 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
40 damaged in takeoff accident at Laketown, UT Nov 14, 1932
43 (52 Sch Sqn) crashed at Hamilton, TX May 30, 1934
44 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Zuehl Field, TX Jul 31, 1934
45 (52 Sch Sqn) forcelanded at Canastota, NY Jun 27, 1935
46 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in forced landing at Austin, TX May 6, 1935.
47 converted to BT-2BI.  With 39 OS, damaged at Catarina, TX Apr 22, 1936
49 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.  Conveted to BT-2BR.  W/o Jul 28, 1931 at March Field, CA
51 crashed in Chicago, IL Apr 30, 1932
53 (64 Svc Sqn) w/o at March Field, CA Oct 5, 1934
54 crashed at Thomasboro, IL Apr 10, 1931
56 modified as A-4 radio-contrlled target.
58 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.  Converted to BT-2BI, then to BT-2BR.  W/o Mar 26, 1936 at
Krueger Field, TX
59 w/o JKun 18, 1940 at Chapman Field, FL
60 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
61 forcelanded at Rutland Airport, VT Oct 28, 1932.  Converted to BT-2BI, converted to BT-2BG.  W/o Apr 9, 1941
at Selfridge Field, MI
67 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 2 1/2 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jul 16, 1931
69 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed at Lone Oak, TX Jun 12, 1934
70 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in takeoff accident at Moutell, TX Sep 10, 1935
72 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.  Converted to BT-2BR.  W/o May 18, 1934 at Randolph Field, Texas
73 converted to BT-2BI.  With 1 Sch Sqn w/o in landing accident at Chanute Field, IL Mar 22, 1938
74 converted to BT-2BI.  W/o Apr 25, 1932 at Randolph Field, Texas
75 converted to BT-2BI.  With 16 OS, w/o in landing accident at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC Oct 27, 1938
76 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.  Converted to BT-2BR.  Wo Oct 25, 1935 at Randolph Field, Texas
78 converted to BT-2BI.  modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.  With 58 Svc Sqn damaged in takeoff 
accident at Maxwell Field, AL Apr 29, 1936
79 with 45th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
81 converted to BT-2BI.  Crashed 30 mi from Kerrville, TX Oct 22, 1935
82 converted to BT-2BI.  With 62 Sch Sqn, crashed 3 mi S of Rocksprings, TX Mar 16, 1939
83 converted to BT-2BI.  W/o Nov 9, 1937 at March Field, CA
84 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 3 mi NE of Gruene, TX Apr 30, 1934
85 (w/o Sep 15, 19323 at Randolph Park, Texas
86 converted to ZBT-2B.  W/o in landing accident at Wright Field, OH Dec 8, 1939
87 (52 Sch Sqn) damaged at Fort Ringgold, TX Aug 31, 1934.  Converted to BT-2BI, redesignated ZBT-2BL.
W/o May 20, 1941 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
88 (46 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 10 mi W of Junction, TX Sep 30, 1932
89 w/o Jun 15, 1935 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
90 converted to BT-2BI.  With 16 OS w/o May 28, 1938 at Calex, Texas
91 modified as A-4 radio-controlled targetConverted to BT-2BR.  W/o Jan 16, 1935 at Seguin Airport, Texas
93 converted to BT-2BI.  With 39 OS, crashed 3 mi N of Kendalia, TX Jun 17, 1935
94 w/o Aug 14, 1933 at San Amrcus, Texas
95 converted to BT-2BI.  With 4 ABS, w/o in landing accident at Muroc Lake, CA May 1, 1937
98 converted to BT-2BI.  Used by Lockheed Aircraft Corp.  Damaged in landing accident at
Burbank, CA Apr 11, 1940
99 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
101 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
102 converted to BT-2BI. With 3 Wg/GHQ AF, damaged in takeoff accident at Houston, TX May 3, 1935.
W/o May 31, 1935
103 (Fairfield Aircraft Depot) w/o in forced landing at Elizabethtown, KY jan 7, 1934
104 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in forced landing at Blanco, TX Jun 12, 1935
105 (US Military Academy A/c Detachment) ditched in Hudson River near Newburgh, NY Oct 6, 1933.
106 crashed 7 mi S of High Hill, MO Dec 18, 1933
107 (52 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Martinez, TX Jan 25, 1935
108 converted to BT-2BI.  With 70 Svc Sqn, crashed at Oakdale Airport, CA Nov 14, 1935
109 damaged in landing accident at Martin's Airport, Santa Ana, CA May 29, 1937
111 converted to BT-2BI, converted to BT-2BG.  W/o Apr 20, 1936 at Randolph Field, Texas
112 with 45th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
113 damaged in takeoff accident at Montgomery Airport, North Smithfield, RI Jun 29, 1934
114 converted to BT-2BI.  modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.  Damaged in forced landing 
at Dayton, OH Jul 11, 1938
115 converted to BT-2BI.  With 20 PG HQ Sqn, crashed at Grayson, LA Feb 18, 1937
116 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
117 converted to BT-2BI.  With 49 BS, crashed 4 1/2 mi NW of Smithfield, VA Oct 20, 1935
120 (9 BS) crashed on approach to March Field, CA Aug 7, 1931
121 W/o Nov 14, 1934 at Randolph Field, TX
122 converted to BT-2BI.  With 39 OS, damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 17, 1936
123 (71 Svc Sqn) crashed 8 mi E of Arcadia, MO Oct 18, 1934
124 (52 Sch Sqn) crashed 4 1/2 mi NW of Beeville, TX Jun 11, 1933
125 converted to BT-2BI.  With 61 Sch Sqn, wo. in forced landing at Selma, TX Jan 31, 1937
126 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Catarina, TX Feb 2, 1933
127 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
129 converted to BT-2BI.  With 29 OS, forcelanded 4 mi W of Potteet, TX Aug 20 1935
133 (52 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing addident at Mission Airport, TX Nov 18, 1932
135 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
137 (46 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 2 mi E of Odem, Tx Jan 26, 1933
138 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 1 mi W of Marion, Tx Mar 21, 1932
140 converted to BT-2BI.  With 64 Sch Sqn, crashed 17 mi Se of Kelly field, Tx Jan 14, 1939
143 converted to BT-2BI.  With 1 OS, crashed 4 mi SE of Marshall Field, KS Jan 30, 1939
145 conv to BT-2BI; conv to BT-2BG; w/o Jul 9, 1941 at Rio Hato, Panama Canal Zone
146 w/o in forced landing near Eureka, Ut Mar 5, 1934 while on Air Mail flight
31-147 ... 31-242
Boeing P-12C
MSN 1262/1344, 1346/1358
152/154, 156, 157, 159/161, 175, 195, 209/212, 233, 234 converted to P-12D
147 (34 AS) crashed 4 mi S of March Field, CA May 19, 1936
148 W/o Apr  30, 1932 at Boston, MA
149 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 20 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Nov 8, 1938
150 W/o Nov 29, 1931 at Dexter, MI
151  To US Navy as F4B-4A 2489 in 1940; conv to target drone
152 converted to P-12D.  With 19 BG HQ Sqn forcelanded 7 mi SW of Mina, AZ Sep 26, 1936
153 converted to P-12D.  With 17 PS, crashed in Detroit, MI Apr 29, 1931
154 to US Navy as F4B-4A 2489 in 1940; conv to target drone
155  Conv to P-12D; w/o  Nov 8, 1934 at Fowlerton, TX
157 converted to P-12D.  With 61 Sch Sqn w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 31, 1939
158 conv to P-12D; w/o Apr 7,  1937 at Schulenberg, TX
159 Conv to P-12D; w/o May 27, 1935 at Tallassee, AL
161 Conv to P-12D; w/o Oct 6, 1933 at Gila Bend, AZ
162 W/o Dec 2, 1930 at Muttonville, MI
163 W/o Jan 19, 1935 at Daphne, AL
164 (17th PS, Selfridge Field, Michigan) in midair collision with PT-3A 29-115 2 mi W of New Baltimore Dec 17, 1931.
Both pilots killed.
165 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 11 mi N of Kelly Field, TX May 18, 1938
167 W/o Jul  23, 1935 at Chanute Field, IL
168 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o at Kelly Field, TX Oct 20, 1938
169 W/o Nov 25, 1936 at Mission, TX
170 W/o  Nov 21, 1935 at Chanute Field, IL
171  W/o  Feb 16, 1932 at Selfridge Field, MI
173 W/o Mar 28, 1933 at Chanite Field, IL
174  W/o Oct 11, 1935 at March Field, CA
175 converted to P-12D.  With 9 BG, 99th BS, crashed 5 mi S of Huntington, NY Sep 19, 1939
176 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 10 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Nov 7, 1938
177 W/o Dec 2, 1935 at Muroc Lake, CA
178 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 21, 1938
180 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 20 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Aug 8, 1938
181 W/o Nov 18, 1932 at Camp Mabry, TX
182 w/o at Langley Field, VA Feb 5, 1931
185 W/o  May 11, 1931 at Utica, NY
186 (96th BS) damaged in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Jan 4, 1940
187 (91 Sch Sqn) crashlanded at Montgomery, AL Sep 15, 1936
188 W/o  Mar 20, 1937 at Evansville, IN
190 (95 PS) crashed on takeoff at Boonton, NJ Jul 3, 1931
191 W/o Oct 27, 1932 at Fort Leavenworth, KS
193  W/o Oct  17, 1936 at Loa, UT
194 (95 AS) damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Mar 30, 1936
195 converted to P-12D.  With 73 AS, crashed on takeoff at Kingman Airport, AZ May 1, 1936
196 W/o 1Aug 17, 1931 at Selfridge Field, MI
197 (20th PG, 27th PS) crashed 4 mi W of Utica, MI Mar 23, 1931.
198 (A/c Detachment) damaged in landing accident at Sherman Field, Fort Leavenworth, KS Mar 17, 1937
199 crashed 2 mi NE of Richards Field, MO Mar 2, 1937.
200 W/o Feb 19, 1933 at Selfridge Field, MI
201 (61 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 1/2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Sep 28, 1937
202 (27th BS, 20th PG) damaged in landing accident at Fairfield Air Depot, OH May 17, 1931.
Repaired. W/o Sep 23, 1931 at Dickerson, MD
203 (17th AG, 73rd AS) w/o at Monterey Park, CA Apr 4, 1936
204 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TSX Oct 21, 1938
206 (20th PG, 27th PS) forcelanded 3 mi S of Mount Clemens, MI Apr 28, 1931
207 (20th PG, 27th PS) forcelanded at Gunnery Camp, Oscoda, MI Jul 14, 1931
208 W/o Mar 30, 1933 at Langley Field, VA
209  Converted to P-12D; to US Navy as F4B-4A 2491 in 1940; converted to target drone
210  Converted to P-12D; to US Navy as F4B-4A 2492 in 1940; converted to target drone
211 converted to P-12D.  With 61 Sch Sqn crashed 3 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Dec 8, 1936
212 Conv to P-12D; w/o Mar 9, 1935 at Spartanburg, SC
214 W/o Apr 12, 1935 at Wheeler Field, HI
216 (50 OS) crashed on takeoff at John Rogers Airport, Honolulu, HI Aug 17, 1936
221 W/o Nov 10, 1932 at Hanauna Bay, HI
224  W/o Nov 29, 1932 at Waianae Mountains, HI
228 W/o Feb 13, 1934 at Wheeler Field, HI
231 W/o Sep 8, 1933 at Wheeler Field, HI
238 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o Apr 7, 1937 at Caldwell, TX.  
241W/o 20 Jun 1938 at Kelly Field, TX
242 W/o 24 Nov 1933 at Smithfield, VA
31-243 ... 31-277
Boeing P-12D
MSN 1261, 1345, 1359/1391
243 (61 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 3 mi W of Boeme, TX Nov 15, 1937.
244 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 15 mi NE of Kelly Field, TX May 21, 1939
245 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Oklahoma City, OK Dec 16, 1938
Also listed as To US Navy as F4B-4A 2493 in 1940; conv to target drone
246 (43 PS) forcelanded at Grafton< WV Mar 18, 1936
247 (16 Sch Sqn) in midair collision with 31-259 and crashed 3 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Feb 11, 1938
248 (5 BS0 damaged in landing accident at Maxwell Field, AL Aug 2, 1940
249 (43 PS) forcelanded 6 mi NNW of Kelly Field, TX Jul 21, 1936
250 W/o Jan 23, 1934 at March Field, CA
251 W/o Apr 14, 1933 at March Field, CA
252 W/o Aug 6,1931 at Selfridge Field, MI
254 W/o  Mar 21, 1932 at Langley Field, VA
255  W/o Mar 21, 1932 at Langley Field, VA
257 W/o Nov 23, 1935 at Fresno, CA
258 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 28, 1938.
To US Navy as F4B-4A 2494 in 1940; conv to target drone
259 (61 Sch Sqn) in midair collision with 31-247 and crashed 3 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Feb 11, 1938
260 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Dec 3, 1937
262 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 10 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Sep 27, 1938
263 W/o May 15, 1932 at Onancock, VA
264 W/o Nov 24, 1933 at Smithfield, VA
265 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 15 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Jun 22, 1939
267 (ZP-12D, 3 PS) damaged in landing accident at Del Carmen, Philippines Jan 13, 1937
268 W/o Jun 20, 1933 at Plum Tree Island, VA
269 W/o May 13, 1932 at Arcola, VA
270 W/o Jun 27, 1932 at Memphis Municpal Airport, TN
271 (MSN 1383) assigned to 35th Pursuit Squadron at Langley Field, Virginia.  W/o  Dec 21, 1933 at Lochgelly, WV
272 W/o Apr 14, 1933 at March Field, CA
273 converted to XP-12H.  w/o May 26, 1938 at Midland, TX
274 W/o Jun 20, 1932 at Arlinhton, CA
275 (18 RS) w/o at Jericho, NY Sep 19, 1939
276 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jan 31, 1937.
31-278 ... 31-348
Thomas-Morse O-19C
278 damaged in landing accident near Camp Skeel, MI Oct 1, 1932
279 to O-19D as a VIP transport.  Crashed at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Jan 10, 1936
280 (44 OS) crashed 4 mi W of Brujas Point, CZ May 11, 1935
282 (44 OS) w/o in landing accident at France Field, CZ Aug 4, 1934.
283 (7 OS) forcelanded at Sqn Miguel River, Donoso, Panama Jun 9, 1931
285 (7 OS) ditched off La Caleta Point, NE of Fort Randolph, CZ Nov 9, 1934.
286 (24 PS) w/o in landing accident at El Volcan, Panama Jan 11, 1931
291 W/o May 9, 1937 at El Volcan, Panama
292 (7 OS) crashed near Taboga Island, Panama Jul 3, 1935
295 (42 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 8 mi W of Kelly Field, TX Aug 25, 1931.
296 (12 OS) w/o at Bayside Beach Gunnery Camp, TX Sep 14, 1931.
297 (44 OS) crashed at Gatun Gate near Darien, CZ Mar 5, 1935.
298 W/o Feb 5, 1931 at Midland, TX
299 W/o Jun 21, 1937 at Glenwood, IA
301 W/o Mar 21, 1938 at Marshall Field, KS
305 (50 OS) damaged in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Apr 4, 1933
310 (50 OS) damaged in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Jan 3, 1933
311 (50 OS) crashed in Waimanalo Bombing Range, HI Jul 1, 1931.
316 W/o Apr 20, 1937 at Des Moines, IA
317 W/o Nov 8, 1937 at Stockton, CA
319  Redesignated as ZO-19C; w/o Jun 3, 1939 at Nichols Field, Philippines
321 W/o May  16, 1936 at Ferrol, Philippines
322 (2 OS) w/o at Nichols Field, Philippines Oct 28, 1932
323 (2 OS) forcelanded at Bagabag, Philippines Mar 26, 1935
324 (88 OS) damaged in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Sep 18, 1934
325 W/o Jul 18, 1935 at Kindley Field, Philippines
327 Redesignated as ZO-19C; w/o Mar 10, 1939 at Davao, Philippines
328 Redesignated as ZO-19C; w/o Mar 18, 1938 at Clark Field, Philippines
330 Redesignated as ZO-19C; w/o Mar 10, 1938 at Nichols Field, Philippines
331 redesignated as ZO-19C.  (2 OS) damaged in forced landing at Nichols Field, Philippines May 28, 1931.
Repaired. W/o Mar 18, 1938 at Clark Field, Philippines
335 W/o Oct 16, 1936 at Fort Sherman, Panama Canal Zone
337 (15 OS) forcelanded near Powe, MO Dec 3, 1932.  Repaired.  W/o Jul 20, 1938 at Scott Field, IL
338 (15 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Scott Field, IL Dec 27, 1932.  
341 (7 OS) damaged in landing accident at Las Tablas, Panama Jul 11, 1931
342 W/o Feb 20, 1933 at Fort Clayton, Panama Canal Zone
343  W/o Feb 8, 1938 at Rio Hato, Panama
344 (44 OS) damaged in landing accident at Albrook Field, CZ Jun 9, 1932
346 (7 OS) w/o in forced landing at Las Minas, Panama Aug 24, 1935.
31-381 ... 31-400
Fokker Y1C-14
MSN 1413/1420,1423/1434.  Article in Luchtvaartkennis has the MSNs going from 1801 upwards.
382 assigned to Hamilton Field Nov 1934 to 1938
385 Redesignated as C-14; w/o May 7, 1937 at Cajon Pass, CA
388  Redes as C-14; w/o Jun 1, 1933 at Cajon Pass, CA
389 converted to Y1C-15, then to C-15A.
390 Redesignated as C-14; w/o May 16, 1932 at Honey Lake, CA
393 Redes as C-14; w/o Jul 24, 1931 at Oscada, MI
395 Redes as C-14; w/o Jun 1, 1933 at Rockingham, NC
396 Redes as C-14; w/o May 5, 1933 at Midland, TX
397 Redes as C-14; w/o Aug 12, 1934 at Otter Lake, MI
398 ex Fokker F XI NC10775 MSN 1422.  Converted to Y1C-16 then to C-16
399 Redes as C-14; w/o May 4,  1933 at Fort Clark, TX
31-409 ... 31-438
Douglas O-38B
MSN 969/998
410 W/o Jan 12, 1933 at Augusta, GA
411 (MSN 971) transferred to Bureau of Air Commerce (later CAA) as NC3
412 W/o Mar 22, 1936 at Fort Slocum, NY
414 W/o Apr 5, 1935 at Swans Creek, MD
415 W/o Oct 1, 1931 at San Francisco Bay, CA
416 W/o Mar 24, 1935 at Bolling Field, DC
419 W/o Jun 20, 1931 at San Luis Obispo, CA
422 W/o Sep 28, 1934 at Kenley, NC
423 W/o May 22, 1931 at Roosevelt Field, NY
429  W/o May 3, 1936 at Winchester, VA
431 W/o Sep 15, 1934 at Hensley Field, TX
433 (MSN 993) transferred to Bureau of Air Commerce (later CAA) as NC4.  Crashed near Fairbanks, AK.
437 W/o  Dec 18, 1931 at Cambridge City, IN
438 W/o  Mar 15, 1935 at Portage des Sioux, MO
31-439 ... 31-458
Douglas BT-2C
MSN 949/968  Some aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2CI instrument trainer
Seven aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2CR drone controller
439 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.  With 52 School Sqn,
damaged in landing accident at Zuehl Field, TX Apr 1, 1936.
440 (46 School Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Cement Plant Emergency Field,
San Antonio, TX Nov 21, 1934.
442 (46 School Sqn) forcelanded near Sutherland Springs, TX Dec 17, 1932
443 (46 School Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Zuehl Field, TX May 24, 1934.
444 Redesignated as ZBT-2C; w/o Nov 22, 1933 at Krueger Field, TX
445 (46 School Sqn) forcelanded at Rockport, TX Oct 14, 1932
446 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.   With 13 ABS, damaged in
taxiing accident at Maxwell Field, AL May 28, 1939
447 (46 School Sqn) forcelanded 15 mi NE of Fowlerton, TX mar 19, 1933
448 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.  @ith 39 OS, damaged in
takeoff accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 26, 1935.  
449 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.  Then converted to BT-2CG.
crashed 5 mi S of San Antonio Air depot, Duncan Field, TX Nov 8, 1940
450 (52 School Sqn) w/o in takeoff accident at Rock Springs, TX Nov 17, 1937  
451 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.   With 46 School Sqn,
ground looped on takeoff at Matagorda Island, TX Oct 30, 1938 
452 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.   With 52 School Sqn, 
w/o near Luling, TX Aug 6, 1936. 
453 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B..  With 46 School Sqn
w/o near Randolph Field, TX Feb 7, 1936  
454 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B..  With 3 Staff Sqn at
Ft Leavenworth, damaged at Sherman Field, KS Oct 2, 1937   
455 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B
456 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.   With 64 School Sqn
DBR on ground at Kelly Field, TX Apr 10, 1939. 
458 (52 School Sqn) crashed 4 mi E of Greenwood, SC Nov 26, 1937
31-459 ... 31-462
Stearman YPT-9
MSN 6008,6005/6007 respectively
459 (MSN 6008) converted to YPT-9A and then to YPT-9B
460 (MSN 6005) delivered Mar 2, 1931.  Converted to YPT-9B
461 (MSN 6006) converted to YBT-3 and to YPT-9C
462 (MSN 6007) delivered Mar 2, 1931.  Converted to YBT-5
31-472 ... 31-501
Curtiss O-1G Falcon
474 W/o  Jul  11, 1936 at Mollison Field, CT
476 W/o Aug 30, 1936 at North Shirley, MA
478 W/o May 6, 1932 at Wantagh, NY
481 W/o Jun 5, 1932 at Pennsville, NJ
482 (5th BS) crashed at Brookline, Pennsylvania Jan 11, 1936
483 W/o Aug 20, 1930 at Wahiawa, HI
484 W/o  Sep 24, 1932 at Mitchel Field, NY
485 W/o Aug 20, 1931 at Mitchel Field, NY
486 W/o Nov 1, 1932 at Columbus, OH
487 W/o Jul 1, 1933 at Langley Field, VA
488 W/o 20 Jan 1934 at Macclesfield, NC
490 W/o Apr 19, 1932 at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD
491 W/o Jan 28, 1936 at Bolling Field, DC
497 W/o Dec 9, 1935 at Warrengrove, NJ
498 W/o Aug 20, 1935 at Watertown, NY
499 W/o Oct 30, 1934 at New Haven, CT
500 W/o Dec 9, 1935 at Warren Grove, NJ
31-502 ... 31-515
Berliner-Joyce Y1P-16
later redesignated PB-1
502 wrecked May 15, 1933 at Franklin, Ohiw when nosed
over on landing.  Dropped from inventory.
503 wrecked in forced landing near Pontaic MI Dec 6, 
1932.
504 nosed over while taxiing Apr 18, 1933, Selfridge
Field, MI.
505 wrecked on landing at Teterboro Airport, NJ.
Dec 16, 1933.
506 surveyed Feb 25, 1935
507 nosed over on landing Apr 26, 1932 at Selfridge
Field, MI.  Engine change June 1932.  Surveyed
Nov 22, 1934.
508 surveyed Feb 4, 1935.
509 caught fire on ground Feb 12, 1933 Daytona Beach,
FL..  Surveyed Feb 4, 1935.
510 nosed over while taxying at Selfridge Field, MI.
July 8, 1932.  Crashed NE of Farmington, MI
June 17, 1933.  Pilot killed.
511 nosed over on landing at Selfridge Field, MI.
Jun 7, 1932.  Surveyed Feb 25, 1935
512 nosed over on landing, Camp Big Rapids, MI
Aug 13, 1933.  Surveyed Sept 26, 1933.
513 wrecked at Cleveland, OH Mar 7, 1934.  Surveyed
July 18, 1934
514 wrecked at Roscommon Airport, Sept 23, 1933.  Made
hard landing, caught fire and was destroyed.
515 wrecked at Scott Field, IL Nov 5, 1933.  Surveyed
Mar 1, 1934.
31-517 ... 31-518
Northrop Y1C-19 Alpha
517 (MSN 14) dropped from records, Sep 1939 shipped to Casey Jones School of Aeronautics, Newark, NJ for use as 
instructional airframe.
518 crashed Mar 20, 1933 near Petersburg, VA. Three killed.  Surveyed, May 23, 1933
31-519 ... 31-522
Verville YPT-10 
Sportsman biplanes for evaluation
31-523 ... 31-552
Thomas-Morse O-19E
523 W/o Nov 21, 1933 at Brooks Field, TX
524 W/o Oct 14, 1936 at Thornburg, CO
526  W/o Sep 22, 1932 at Johnson's Ranch, TX
527 (120th OS) crashed at Chicago MAP Jan 4, 1936.  2 crew killed
528 (94 PS) w/o in forced landing at Kingston, Ontario, CA Apr 3, 1935.  Redesignated ZO-19E.  W/o Sep 21 1938
at Nichols Field, Philippines
531 Redesignated as ZO-19E; w/o Jun 19, 1938 at Nielson Airport, Philippines
534 Redesignated as ZO-19E; w/o Jan 4, 1938 at Loaken Field, Philippines
535 (12 OS) crashed near Premont, TX Oct 25, 1935
537 (12 OS) forcelanded 10 mi W of Kelly Field, TX Apr 1, 1935.
539 (12 OS) w/o at Big Foot, TX May 5, 1933
541 (88 OS) forcelanded 5 mi NE of Kewanee, MS Sep 19, 1934
543 (22 OS) w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Oct 20, 1933
544 (15 OS) crashed 1 1/2 mi NW of Northampton, IL Oct 12, 1935
545 (22 OS) w/o at Gatesville, TX Oct 31, 1931.
546 (22 OS) involved in midair collision and crashed 5 mi N of Boehme, TX
Jun 20, 1932.
549 (15 OS) forcelanded 17 mi NW of Houston, MO Nov 27, 1935
550 (22 OS) w/o at Brooks Field, TX Oct 12, 1932.
551 Redesignated as ZO-19E; w/o Oct 13, 1939 at Gasak Bay, Philippines
552 Redesignated as ZO-19E; w/o May 19, 1941 at San Fernando, Philippines
31-553 ... 31-586
Boeing P-12E
MSN 1460/1486, 1489/1495
553 redesignated XP-12E for tests.  Later converted to YP-12K.  Later converted
to XP-12L.  Reverted to YP-12K and then back to P-12E.
554 damage in landing accident at Chicago Municipal Airport, IL Apr 28, 1940
555 (6 PS) in midair collision over Fort Shafter, HI Feb 7, 1938
557 (79 PS) crashed 13 mi NE of Homer, LA Sep 22, 1934
558 W/o Dec 2, 1938 at Hickam Field, HI	
559 (MSN 1466) served with 6th PS in Hawaii.  Damgaged in landing accident at Chicago
Municipal Airport, IL May 11, 1940.  Now on display in WPAFB Museum.
560 (Bolling Field A/c det) crashed at Hagerstown, MD Feb 20, 1932
561 To US Navy as F4B-4A 2495 in 1940; conv to target drone
562 W/o Jun 28, 1940 at La Plata, MD
564 To US Navy as F4B-4A 2496 in 1940; conv to target drone
568 W/o 29 Nov 1937 at Wheeler Field, HI
569 (6 PS) damaged in landing accident at Wheeleer Field, HI Feb 25, 1938
570 crashed on landing in field at Argo, OR Aug 6, 1935.  Pilot OK
571 crashed at Russell City, Ca Jan 20, 1940
572 (95 PS) forcelanded 300 yd E of Oceanside Aprport, CXA Nov 4, 1932
573 (77 PS) crashed 2 mi N of Barksdale Field, LA Dec 3, 1933
574 (79 PS) w/o at Barksdale Field, LA Jul 13, 1933
576 To US Navy as F4B-4A 2497 in 1940; conv to target drone
577 (95 AS) crashed 20 mi NW of Fontana, CA Dec 30, 1935
578 (3 PS) crashed 1/2 mi N of Clark Field, Philipppines Jun 21, 1932
582 (3 PS) crashed at Magalang, Philippines Jun 21, 1932.  W/o Feb 12, 1937 at Magalang, Philippines.
583 W/o Mar 11, 1932 at Wheeler Field, HI
584 (19th PS) w/o at Wheeler Field, HI Apr 12, 1935
585 w/o in landing accident at Chicago Municipal Airport, IL Jul 1, 1940.
586 (19 PS) crashed at Wheeler Field, HI Feb 13, 1934.
31-593 ... 31-596
Consolidated YPT-11
593 converted to PT-11D.  Served briefly as second PT-11C
594 converted to PT-11D
595 redesignated BT-6 when fitted with Curtiss Challenger R-600 engine
596 became PT-11A when fitted with the Curtiss Challenger R-600
engine and became PT-11C when this was replaced by Lycoming
YR-680-1. 
31-597 ... 31-597
Berliner-Joyce Y1P-16
later redesignated PB-1
Caught fire on ground at Wright Field, OH June
20, 1933.  Repaired, sent to Fairfield
Air Depot June 22, 1933.  Surveyed Sept 26, 1933.
32-1 ... 32-76
Boeing P-12E
Model 234.  MSN 1496/1533, 1535/1572
1 (18 PG, 6 PS) w/o in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Mar 25, 1937
2 (18 PG, 19th PS) damagaged in landing accident at Miller Field, NY Nov 26, 1939
5 (6 PS, 18 PG) crashed 1/4 mile W of Wheeler Field, HI Nov 11, 1936
6 (24 PS, 16 PG) crashed near Albrook Field, Canal Zone Mar 14, 1933 after midair collision with ?
The plane flying as NX26PX marked as 32-06 is a replica
7 (73 PS) crashed at Corona, CA Feb 23, 1932 after collision with P-12E 32-5
8 (29 PS, 16 PG) forcelanded 5 mi SW of ferry landing on National Highway, CZ Jul 15, 1937.
9 (74 PS) ground loop after landing at Atlanta, GA Apr 27, 1940
10 (16 PG, 24 PS) crashed on landing at David, Panama Feb 8, 1934 Repaired; to US Navy as F4B-4A 2498 in 1940; conv to target drone
11 (78 PS) in midair collision with ? over Albrook Field, Canal Zone Oct 22, 1936
12 (29 PS) w/o in takeoff accident at Rio Hato, Panama Mar 19, 1937
13 (16 PG, 24 PS) ground loop after landing at Rio Hato, Panama Jul 21, 1937. Repaired; to US Navy as F4B-4A 2499 in 1940; conv to target drone
14 (55 PS) w/o in forced landing at Weddell-Williams Airport, New Orleans, LA Sep 4, 1933
15 w/o at Llano de Catival, Panama Jul 25, 1934
17 (78 PS) w/o in landing accident at Long Beach Municipal Airport, CA Feb 10, 1940.  017 restored by Ed 
Maloney as N3360G in 1979 out of a fuselage found at a technical school.  Now on display in 
Planes of Fame museum marked as a Navy F4B-3.
18 (16 PG, 29 PS) crashed 1 mi SW of Roanoke, TX May 12, 1940
19 (25 BS) crashed on takeoff at David, Panama Feb 2, 1936
20 ground loop after landing at Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Tx Aug 22, 1940
21 (78 PS) w/o in takeoff accident at Calobre, Panama Oct 23, 1933
22 damaged in landing accident at Memphis Municipal Airport, TN Nov 27, 1940
23 (78 PS) crashed near Albrook Field, CZ Mar 14, 1933
24 (2 Staff Sqn, Bolling Field) damaged Jul 25, 19390 at Kelly Field, Texas, repaired.  W/o in landing accident at Bolling Field, DC Jul 6, 1940
25 (78 PS) ground loop after landing at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Oct 8, 1935.  Repaired 9/); to US Navy as F4B-4A 2500 in 1940; conv to target drone
26 (2 Staff Sqn, Bolling Field) damaged in landing accident at Glenn Martin Airport, 
Baltimore, MD Aug 20, 1940
27 (78 PS) crashed on takeoff at La Venta, Panama Sep 13, 1934
28 Damaged Feb 10, 1938 at Hickham Field, Texas.  Repaired.  (6th Corps, A/c Det) damaged in landing accident at 
Chicago Municipal Airport, IL Aug 17, 1940
29 (25BS, 96 BS) damaged in crash while landing at Langley Field, VA Sep 7, 1940
30 damaged Oct 31, 1934 at Fox Hill, VA.  Repaired.  Damaged in ground loop after landing at Hensley Field, 
Grand Prairie, TX Oct 22, 1939
31 (8 PG, 35 PS) crashed on takeoff at Maxwell Field, AL Mar 10, 1935
32 (8PG, 37 PS) crashed on takeoff at Selfridge Field, MI Mar 19, 1938.  Repaired.  W/o Mar 30, 1940 at
Memphis, TN
33 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration.  Damaged in midair collision with ?  10 mi W
of Kelly Field, Texas Aug 29, 1938.  Repaired.  To US Navy as F4B-4A 2501 in 1940.  Converted to target drone.
34 (20 PG, 79 PS) w/o in takeoff accident at Barksdale Field, LA Oct 16, 1934
35 (20 PG, 79 PS) crashed on takeoff at Barksdale Field, LA Oct 16, 1934
36 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration.  W/o May 26, 1934 at Cumberland, MD
37 (36 PS) crashed at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC Mar 7, 1936
38 (18 PG, 67 PS) damaged after ground loop after landing at Rockwell Field, Coronado, CA Oct 21, 1936.
39 (6 PS) ditched off Black Point, Oahu, HI Jul 29, 1936
40 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration.  To US Navy as F4B-4A 2503 in 1940.  Converted
to target drone.
41 (91 PS) forcelanded 6 mi N of Royston, GA Jul 28, 1937.  Repaired.  XTo US Navy as F4B-4A 2503 in 1940.
Converted to target drone.
42 converted to P-12J and then to YP-12K.  With 61 Sch Sqn, crashed on approach to
Roswell Airport, NM Sep 16, 1938
43 damaged when crashed on landing at Langley Field, VA Aug 23, 1939
44 damaged when ground looped after landing at Kelly Field, Texas Oct 18, 1938.  Repaired.  To US Navy as
F4B-4A 2504 in 1940.  Converted to target drone.
45 damaged when crashed on landing at Long Beach, CA Jan 21, 1940.   Repaired.  To US Navy as F4B-4A
2505 in 1940.  Converted to target drone.
46 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration.  Damaged when ground looped after landing at
Langley Field, VA Sep 26, 1939.
48 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in forced landing near Bebe, Texas Aug 22, 1938.  Repaired.  To US Navy as F4B-4A
2506 in 1940.  Converted to target drone.
49 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration.  With 61 Sch Sqn, crashed 10 mi
W of Kelly Field, TX Aug 29, 1938
50 converted to YP-12K.  With 36 PS, w/o in forced landing at Langley Field, VA Jan 29, 1936
51 (21 AB Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Denver Municipal Airport, CO Oct 17, 1939
52 damaged when ground looped after landing at Volcan, Panama Mar 7, 1936.
53 (78 PS) crashed near Bajo del Pueblo, Panama Dec 19, 1933
54 (16 PG, 24 PS) damaged when crashed on landing at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Aug 24, 1938
55 (29 PS) crashed 10 mi E of La Chorrera, Panama May 28, 1934
56 damaged when crashed on landing at Oakland, CA Dec 5, 1940.  Repaired. To US Navy as F4B-4A 2507 in
1940.  Converted to target drone.
57 (20 PG, 79 PS) damaged when crashed on takeoff at Chapman Field, FL Mqr 9, 1935
58 (78 PS) crashed at Gaillard Cut, Canal Zone Dec 19, 1935
59 (79 PS) involved in midair collision with 32-70 and crashed into Red River, 4 mi N
of Shreveport, LA May 15, 1934.
60 (77 PS) crashed at Barksdale Field, LA Dec 3, 1932
61 (19 PS) ditched S of Barbers Point, HI Jun 12, 1936
62 (77 PS) crashed 2 mi N of Barksdale Field, LA Dec 3, 1933
63 (55 PS) crashed near Grass Valley, CA jun 7, 1932
64 (55 PS) crashed 3 mi NE of Barksdale Field, LA Jul 21, 1933
65 crashed while landing at Chandler Field, Fresno, CA Apr 24, 1940.
66 transferred to US Navy as F4B-4A BuNo 2508 in 1940.
67 w/o in forced landing at Manzanillo Bay, CZ Jun 24, 1935
68 (77 PS) crashed at Barksdale Field, LA Dec 3, 1932
69 transferred to US Navy as F4B-4A BuNo 2509 in 1940.
70 (79 PS) in midair collision with 32-59 and crashed into Red River, 4 mi N of
Shreveport, LA May 15, 1934.
71 transferred to US Navy as F4B-4A BuNo 2510 in 1940
72 (29 PS) w/o in landing accident at Ocu, Panama Nov 20, 1935
73 (16 PG 24 PS) damaged when crashed on takeoff at Aguadolce, Panama Dec 23, 1936.
74 damaged in landing accident at McClellan Field, CA Apr 21, 1940
75 w/o at France Field, CZ Dec 10, 1938
76 damaged when crashed on takeoff at Wheeler Field, Hawaii Jul 21, 1937
32-77 ... 32-101
Boeing P-12F
Model 251.  MSN 1534, 1573/1594, 1676/1677
77 (MSN 1534)(73 PS) forcelanded 8 mi N of Ventura, CA Aug 14, 1932
78 (MSN 1573) ground loop after laiding at March Field, CA Jun 6, 1934
79 (73 PS) forcelanded 3 mi W of Parris, CA May 26, 1932
80 crashed at North Kansas City, MO Oct 19, 1940
81 (29 PS) w/o in landing accident at Las Sabanas Airport, San Jose, Costa Rica Jul 28, 1937
82 (24 PS) crashed at la Chorrera, Panama Nov 19, 1937
83 (16th PG, 24th PS) ground loop after landing at Volcan, Panama Apr 10, 1937
84 (MSN 1579)
85 transferred to US Navy as F4B-4A BuNo 2511 in 1940.
86 (MSN 1581) with 8PG, 35PS pilot bailed out after engine failure and crashed near Spring Garden, VA Apr 29, 1936
87 (73 PS) crashed 6 mi S of March Field, CA Jun 8, 1932
88 (35 PS) forcelanded on beach at Virginia Beach, VA Jun 20, 1935
89 (MSN 1584) damaged when crashed on takeoff at Aguadulce, Panama Mar 19, 1936.
90 (MSN 1585) 
91 (79 PS) w/o in landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 7, 1934
92 (MSN 1587) damaged in landing accident at Boeing Field, Seattle, WA Sep 1, 1940.
Now in National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
93 (79 PS) crashed at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 9, 1934.
94 (MSN 1589) with 91 ScH collided with BC-1 32-426 bafter landing at Kelly Field, TX Jul 25, 1939 and destroyed 
95 (73 PS) crashed 6 mi S of March Field, CA Jul 8, 1932
96 (MSN 1591) 
97 (MSN 1592) suffered minor damage after ground loop after landing at March Field, CA Apr 14, 1933
98 (73 PS) crashed at Cajon Pass, CA Mar 9, 1933
99 (MSN 1594) damaged in ground loop after landing at March Field, CA Apr 10, 1933
100 (MSN 1676) with 36 PS crashed 3 mi E of Dale, SC Dec 13, 1935
101 (MSN 1677) fitted with closed cockpit canopy.
32-102 ... 32-116
Douglas O-38B
MSN 1034/1048.  For National Guard
104 (MSN 1036) assigned to 1010S, MA National Guard,  Boston Airport, East Boston, MA damaged in a forced landing 
from an engine failure on Apr 9, 1932 at Chelsa Creek, East Boston, MA. On Nov 9, 1932 DBR after a 
forced landing in the waters of Boston Harbor.
106 (MSN 1038) assigned to 1010S, MA National Guard, Boston Airport, East Boston, MA damaged in an accident 
at Boston Airport on Aug 9, 1932. Next assigned to 27Div 1020S at Miller Field, Staten Island, NY damaged 
on Jan 26, 1936 at Allegheny County Airport, Pittsburgh, PA.
107 (MSN 1039) assigned to 1070S, Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI. DBR after a fatal mid-air collision 
with another O-38B on Aug 23, 1931 2 miles south of Wayne County Airport, Michigan.
109 (MSN 1041) assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. On Dec 12, 1935 damaged 
in a mid-air collision at Sellersbuth, IN.
110 (MSN 1042) assigned to 1070S, Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI. DBR after a fatal crash into the ground 
on Feb 26, 1934 8 miles E of Lorein, OH.
111 (MSN 1043) assigned to 1070S, Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI. DBR after a fatal crash due to structural 
failure on Jul 16, 1933 one mile S of airport on Merriman Rd. Detroit, MI.
112 (MSN 1044) assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. On Jan 14, 1935 damaged in 
a mid-air collision with Douglas O-38B 32-115 6 miles SE of Sky Harbor Apt., Murfreesboro, TN. 
On Jul 03 1941 now assigned to 2PO at Key Field, Meridian, MS damaged in a mid air collision at 
Meehan, MS. On Sept. 06 1941 assigned to 113OS fatally crashed after a mid-air collision 8 miles 
NW Barksdale Field, LA.
113 (MSN 1045) assigned to 1120S at Cleveland, OH. Damaged as a parked aircraft on Jul 24, 1935 at Camp 
Perry, OH. On May 19, 1936 now assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN, 
damaged in a landing accident at Stout Field, IN. On Aug. 12, 1936 damaged in a ground loop whilest 
landing at Ft Knox, KY.
114 (MSN 1046) assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN, on Sep 9, 1932 DBR after 
a fatal crash from a stall-spin situation at New Goshen, IN.
115 (MSN 1047) assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. On Jan 14, 1935 fatally 
crashed after a mid-air collision with Douglas O-38B 32-112 6 miles SE of Sky Harbor Apt., Murfreesboro, TN.
116 (MSN 1048) assigned to 1080S 65OG at Lexington City Airport, Columbia, SC, damaged in an accident on 
Dec 16, 1941 at Lexington County Airport.
32-117 ... 32-141
Keystone B-4A
117 (31 BS, 7 BG) damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Nov 29, 1932
118 (23rd BS, 19th BG) in midair collision with 32-132 and crashed near Luke Field, HI Jan 24, 1936
119 crashed at D Ranch, TX Feb 21, 1932.
120 (64 Sch Sqn) w/o in forced landing 2 mi W of Kelly Field, TS Nov 5, 1936.
121 (31 BS, 7 BG) forcelanded 100 yds offshore at Coronado, CA Sep 12, 1932.
122 (42 BS, 11 BG) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TSX Aug 23, 1935.
123 destroyed by fire at Luke Field, HI Jan 8, 1935.
125 damaged in takeoff crashe at Luke Field, Ford Island, Oahu, Hawaii Nov 8, 1937
127 (7th BG, 9th BS) damaged in midair collision W of Arlinhtgon, CA Jun 20, 1932
128 (5 BG, 23BS)  crashed on takeoff at Kahuku Point, Oahu, Hawaii Oct 29, 1935.
129 (764 Sch S) damaged in ground loop on takeoff at Kelly Field, Texas Dec 11, 1936
130 (11 BS, 7 BG) damaged in landing accident at Sandin Hills Airport, San
Bernardino, CA Aug 23, 1933
131 (11 BS, 7 BG) w/o in takeoff accident at March Field, CA Sep 18, 1933.
132 (72 BS, 19 BG) in midair collision with 32-118 and crashed near Luke Field, HI
Jan 24, 1936.
134 (64 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 1 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Aug 19, 1938
136 forcelanded 2 mi NE of Jefferson, PA Apr 8, 1932.
138 damged Nov 29, 1932 at March field, CA.  Repaired.  (64 Sch Sqn) crashed on takeoff at Matagorda, 
Texas Dec 7, 1937
139 (31 BS, 7 BG) damaged in forced landing at emergency field, Troutsdale, OR
Aug 1, 1932.
140 (9 BS, 7 BG) w/o in landing accident at Crissy Field, CA Dec 18, 1933.
32-142 ... 32-180
Keystone B-6A
143 (20 BS) w/o at Langley Field, VA Jan 23, 1934
144 (49 BS) damaged n forced landing at Maxwell Field, AL Nov 29, 1935.
145 (6 BG, 25 BS) in forced landing after engine failure at Mandinga, Panama Jul 15, 1936
149 (96 BS) forcelanded 3 mi NE of langley Field, VA Apr 1, 1932
151 (2 BG, 96BS) damaged in forced landing after engine failure 3 mi NE of Langleyh Field, VA May 5, 1933
152 (7 OS) crashed 1 1/2 mi W of Stonewall, GA Feb 12, 1936
153 (49 BS) forcelanded at Hopewel MAP, VA Apr 19, 1934
154 w/o in landing accident at Jaque, Panama May 20, 1938
155 (49 BS) damaged in landing accident at Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, TSX Jun 10, 1933
156 (2 BG, 20 BS) damaged when flew into bad weather and force landign 10 mi E of El Paso, Tx May 29, 1933
158 (96 BS) w/o at Enfield, VA Sep 8, 1935
159 (59 Svc Sqn) forcelanded at Martins Ferry, OH Jan 23, 1933
160 (59 Svc Sqn) forcelanded in Chesapeake Bay, 30 mi N of Langley Field, VA Jun 1, 1932.
161 (20 BS) forcelanded 10 mi NW of Princess Anne, MD Jun 3, 1932.
162 (91 Sch Sqn) w/o in takeoff accident at Maxwell Field, AL Jun 12, 1937
168 (20 BS) forcelanded 2 mi E of Jacksonville, FL Jan 6, 1931
169 (46 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Langley Field, VA Oct 23, 1933
170 used as target at Barksdale, LA Mar 1938
171 dropped from records at Langley Field Jun 1938
172 dropped from records at Barksdale Jan 1939
173 (20 BS) crashed 7 mi NE of Fredericksburg, PA Apr 5, 1936.  5 killed
174 (91 Sch Sqn) forcelanded at Andalisia, AL Aug 12, 1938
175 dropped from records Jun 1937 at Panama Air Depot
176 to reclamation/scrap at Panama Air Depot Mar 8, 1939
177 wrecked in takeoff accident at Cleveland Airport Sep 16, 1934.  1 killed
178 dropped from records at Barksdale Field Jan 1939
179 wrecked in landing accident at Beaderton, FL Jan 16, 1935.  
180 wrecked at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Dec 18, 1936.
32-181 ... 32-210
Douglas O-25C
MSN 1004/1033.  Production version of XO-25A
181 to CL-26 at US Army Aviation Schook, Mineola, NY Jan 29, 1940
182 wrecked in Sequoia National Forest, CA Feb 1, 1932.  Pilot killed
183 wrecked near Santa Rosa, CA when hit high-tension wires Mar 23, 1933.  Pilot killed
184 to CL-26 at Ryan School of Aeronautics, San Diego, CA Nov 1, 1939
185 wrecked in San Francisco Bay, CA Dec 15, 1932 when caught fire.  Pilot bailed out
186 wrecked at Spartan School, Tulsa, OK Aug 14 1939.
187 crashed in San Francisco Pay Dec 15, 1932.  Pilot killed
188 caught fire at Bethany, WV Aug 29, 1934 and plane burned
189 wrecked when boy attempting to steal 32-193 taxied into this ship
190 to CL-26 to Case Jones School of Aeronautics, Newark, NJ May 6, 1940
191 wrecked in landing accident at Hensley, TX Oct 17, 1933
192 to CL-26 at Curtiss Wright Technical Institute, Glendale, CA Jan 12, 1940
193 to CL-26 at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Sep 7, 1939
194 wrecked when hit high tension wires near Burlinggame, CA Dec 16, 1934.  Pilot killed
195 wrecked when hit bunker while landing for flood relief Jan 27, 1933.  w/o Jan 26, 1937 at Ashland, KY
196 crashed into San Francisco Bay, CA Nov 20, 1933.  Pilot killed
197 crashed into Monterey Bay, CA Apr 23, 1935.  Pilot killed
198 crashed in fog at Hopewell, NJ. Sep 9, 1933.
199 wrecked at Chapman, NY Mar 24, 1933.  Pilot killed
200 wrecked Sep 8, 1933 near Freehold, NJ.  Pilot bailed out
201 wrecked at Kelly Field, TX due to engine failure Jul 5, 1939
202 dropped from recores at Kelly Field Nul 1939
203 w/o sep 8, 1933 at Island Park, NY.  (5 OS) dropped from records at Mitchel Field Aug 1934
204 w/o Oct 3, 1932 at Bolling Field, DC.  (5 OS) dropped from records at Mitchel Field Jan 1933
205 (5 OS) to Case Jones School of Aeronautics, Newark, NJ Nov 4, 1939
206 (91 OS) wrecked near Tunnel Ranger Station, Owens Valley, CA Jun 17, 1934.
207 (16 OS) wrecked when ground looped at Kelly Field, TX Oct 18, 1938
208 (5 OS) wrecked at New Stamford, CT Aug 27, 1933.  Pilot killed
209 to CL-26 at Civil Mechanics School, Glendale, CA May 13, 1940
210 to CL-26 at New England Aircraft School, Boston, MA Nov 30, 1939
32-211 ... 32-220
Curtiss O-39 Falcon
211 damaged when crshed on landing at Carlisle, PA Aug 1, 1935.  Dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Jul 1938
212 flew into bad weather and force landed at Dayton, NJ Mar 14, 1933.  Dropped from records at Chanute Field Feb 1939
213 dropped from record at Mitchel Field Nov 1938
214 (9 CA) wrecked when nosed over on landing at Mitchel Field, NY Feb 6, 1935
215 (97 OS) wrecked at Plattsburg, NY Oct 25, 1935
216 wrecked at Derhler, OH Feb 23, 1934.  Pilot killed
217 (99 (OS) wrecked at Burton, OH Mar 9, 1934.  Pilot killed
218 (10 OS) caught fire in air and pilot bailed out near New Brunswick, NJ Apr 27, 1933
219 wrecked near Fremont, OH Aug 23, 1934, pilot bailed out
220 dropped from records at Marshall Field, KS Dec 1938.
32-221 ... 32-230
Berliner-Joyce Y1P-16
later redesignated PB-1
221 surveyed Feb 25, 1935
222 nosed over on landing Selfridge Field Sep 2, 1932
Wrecked at Elizabethtown, KY Feb 27, 1934.
Surveyed Jun 5, 1934.
223 nosed over while landing at Camp Skeel, MI
Aug 11, 1932.  Surveyed Sep 26, 1932.
224 nosed over while taxying at Selfridge Field, MI
July 25, 1932.  Wrecked at Olney, IL May 19, 1934
while landing at an unauthorized field.
Surveyed Sept 19, 1934.
225 wrecked in landing accident at Aurora, IL
Aug 5, 1933.  Dropped from inventory Feb 
25, 1935.
226 donated to Army Aero Museum, Wright Field, OH 
227 surveyed Sept 13, 1934.
228 surveyed Jun 8, 1934.
229 surveyed Mar 26, 1936
230 surveyed Nov 1, 1934.
32-233 ... 32-278
Curtiss Y1P-22
All delivered as P-6E.
233 became XP-6H but later reverted to P-6E.  To CL-26 at Santa Maria School of Flying,
Santa Maria, CA Jul 2, 1939
234 (1 PG, 94 PS) damaged when crashed on landing at Sky Harbor Airdromome, Murfreesboro, TN
May 21, 1933.  To CL-26 at Spartan School of Aeronautics, Tulsa, OK Jul 2, 1939
235 dropped from records at Maxwell Field 1939
236 (1 PG, 17 PS) wrecked at Fairhaven, MI Feb 13, 1934.  Pilot bailed out
237 wrecked in midair with 32-269 at Baroncastle, VA and DBR Dec 12, 1933
238 (8 PG, 33 PS) wrecked at Leesburg, VA Sep 15, 1934.  Pilot killed.
239 (8 PG, 33 PS) damaged when force landed 4 mi SE of Capahosic, VA Apr 18, 1938.  To CL-26 at Ryan 
School of Aeronautics San Diego, CA Jul 5, 1939
240 (1 PG, 17 PS) missing over Lake Erie Sep 1, 1934.  Pilot was attempting to fly over Lake Erie from Detroit. 
He left Mt. Clemens for Cleveland on Saturday Sep 1, 1934 en-route for Cleveland races
241 wrecked in midair with 32-243 near New Haven, MI Jun 2, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
242 (1 PG, 17 PS) wrecked Oct 27, 1935 at Langley Field, VA when gear collapsed on landing
243 wrecked at Middletown Air Depot Jul 13, 1933.  Pilot killed.
244 converted to P-6C, then to P-6E.  W/o Jul 13, 1933 at Olmstead Field, PA.
245 wrecked at Langley Field, VA Apr 29, 1935
246 wrecked in takeoff accident at Selfridge Field Jul 28, 1937
247 (8 PG, 33 PS) damaged when flew into bad weather and force landed at Powhaten Point, OH May 29, 1935.
248 (1 PG, 7 PS) damaged when flew into bad weather and force landed 2 mi E of Farminton, MI Oct 7, 1933.
To CL-26 at Dallas Aviation School and Aviation College, Dallas, TX Jul 2, 1939
249 converted to P-6C, then to P-6E.  (1 PG, 94 PS) wrecked in midair with 32-253 near Utica, MI
Apr 4, 1932.  Pilot bailed out
250 dropped from records at Langley Field Feb 1936
251 (8 PG, HqS) wrecked at Stratford, CT Nov 9, 1935.  Pilot killed
252 (1 PG, 17 PS) wrecked when wing failed in flight near Van Dyke, MI aug 2, 1937.  Pilot killed
253 to CL-26 at Grand Central Flying School, Glendale, CA Jul 5, 1939
254 became XP-6G and then P-6G before reverting to P-6E.  Dropped from records at Aberdeen
Proving Grounds in 1939
255 (1 PG, 94 PS) wrecked 1 mi SW of Selfridge Field, MI Feb 10, 1932.  Pilot bailed out
256 (1 PG, 7 PS) damaged when crashed while landing at Camp Skeel, Oscoda, MI Oct 10, 1934.  To CL-26 at US 
Army Alabama Institute of Aeronautics, Tuscaloose, AL Jul 17, 1939
257 (1 PG, 94 PS) wrecked at Fairfield, OH May 4, 1932.  In fatal midair collision over Bacons Castle, VA
Dec 12, 1933.
258 (1 PG, 17 PS) wrecked at Lansing, MI May 27, 1933.  Pilot bailed out
259 force landed at New Baltimore, MI Feb 10, 1932 and wrecked.
260 (I1 PG, 17 PS) wrecked in midair collision with P-6E 32-275 near Selfridge Field, MI Apr 8, 1932.  Pilot bailed out
261 dropped from records at Tampa Field, FL sep 1939.  Now on display at USAF Museum, 
Dayton, OH, marked as 32-240 and painted in markings of 71th Pursuit Squadron.
262 to CL-26 at US Army Lincoln Airplane and Flying School, Lincoln, NB Jul 2, 1939
263 (1 PG, 94 PS) damaged when flew into bad weather and force landed at Fielden, KY Apr 24, 1932.  
To US Naval Air Station, Algiers, LA Jun 12, 1939.  
264 to US Army Chicago School of Aeronautics, Glenview, IL Jul 2, 1939
265 dropped from records at Maxwell Field Aug 1939
266 to CL-26 at US Army Parks Air College, East St Louis, IL Jul 2, 1939
267 (1 PG, 94 PS) force landed to engine failure 2 mi E of Painesville, OH Sep 5, 1932.  Dropped from 
records at Selfridge Field Nov 1932
268 assigned to 3rd Air Base Group at Langley Field, Virginia.  Damaaged when crashed on takeoff at 
Indianapolis, IN Aug 16, 1932.   To CL-26 at Partwick Dam, TN Jul 30, 1939
269 (8 PG, 33 PS) in midair collision near Bacons Castle, VA Dec 12, 1933.  Pilot bailed out.  Dropped from 
records at Langley Field May 1934
270 wrecked at Ducanville, PA Apr 5, 1934.  Pilot killed
271 wrecked at Langley Field, VA May 6, 1935.  Pilot killed
272 to US Naval Station, Algiers, LA May 29, 1939
273 (8 PG, 37 PS) wrecked at Orceola, WV Dec 22, 1933.  Pilot bailed out
274 (6 PG, 33 PS) damaged when crashed on landing at Bolling Field, DC May 14, 1935.
To US Naval Air Station, Algiers, LA Jun 12, 1939
275 converted to P-6C, then to P-6E.  (1 PG, 94 PS) in midair collision as Selfridge Field, MI Apr 8, 1932.  
Pilot bailed out.
276 converted to P-6C, then to P-6E.  wrecked Dec 2, 1934 in Maryland.  Also reported as w/o Dec 28, 1934
at St Genevieve, MO
277 (1 PG, 94PS) wrecked near Wetumpha, AL Nov 28, 1938
278 became XP-23, later converted to YP-23.  Dropped from records Jan 1936
32-279 ... 32-286
Douglas Y1C-21
MSN 1075/1082
Later redesignated C-21 and then OA-3
279 dropped from records Nov 1938
280 (18 Wg HQ Sqn) force landed in Kaiwi Channel, HI Apr 9, 1938.  Dropped from records Mar 1940
281 with US Military Academy A/c Detachment, ditched in Hudson River Nov 23, 1938 near Kingston, NY.  
To CL-26 Apr 21, 1941
282 dropped from records May 1939
283 (74 PS) damaged in landing accident in Panama Bay, Panama Jan 16, 1936.
Dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Mar 1937
284 dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Apr 1936
285 dropped from records at Philippine Air Depot Jun 1938
286 (2 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Legazpi, Philippines Jan 11, 1934.
Dropped from records at Philadelphia Apr 1935
32-291 ... 32-295
Douglas Y1O-43
MSN 1085/1089.  
Originally ordered as Y1O-31A, redesignated Y10-31C before delivery, but completed as Y1O-43. 
Later redesignated O-43 in 1933.
291 crashed on takeoff at Fort Ethan Allen, VA Jun 18, 1934.  Repaired.
W/o Dec, 4, 1935 at Bolling Field, DC.
292 w/o Jan 3, 1941 at Stroud, OK
293 (99 OS) crashed on landing at Brooks Field, Texas Apr 15, 1937.  Repaired.  W/o Feb 2, 1939 at
Watsonville, CA
294 (99 OS) flew into bad weather and force landed at New Lexington, PA Oct 1, 1933
295 crashed on landing in bad weather at Richards Field, MO Mar 26, 1936
32-308 ... 32-314
Douglas Y1B-7
MSN 1108/1114.  Later designated B-7.  Initially assigned to 11th and 31st Bombardment Squadrons at March Field, CA
308 dropped from records Sep 1934
309 wrecked at Jerome, ID Feb 16, 1934.  1 killed
310 wrecked near Baldwin Park, CA after fire in air Oct 13, 1933.  1 bailed out
311 wrecked in landing accident at Sacramento, CA Mar 11, 1934
312 crashed on landing at Kelly Field, Texas Sep 18, 1937.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Jan 1939
313 crshed on landing at Quincy, IUL May 28, 1938.  Dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Dec 1938
314 wrecked in landing accident at Elko, NV Apr 6, 1931
32-315 ... 32-319
Douglas Y1O-35
MSN 1115/1119
315 (88th OS) crashed at Bakersfield, California Jan 11, 1936.  Repaired.  W/o Nov 6, 1937 at Sidney, NE.
Dropped from records at Hamilton Field Feb 1938
316 crashed on landing at Rockwell Field, Coronado, CA Apr 30 1937.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Jan 1939
317 caught fire in air and pilot bailed out 3 mi E of Banning, CA Jun 22, 1935.   Dropped from records at 
Brooks Field Oct 1935
318 dropped from records at Barksdale Field Jan 1939
319 wrecked in takeoff accident at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA Jun 25, 1935. Crew killed.
32-320 ... 32-320
Detroit-Lockheed XP-900
Later redesignated YP-24.  
Delivered to Wright Field Sep 29, 1931.  Crashed Oct 19, 1931 on test flight out of Wright Field, OH.  
Pilot parachuted to safety.
32-321 ... 32-322
Consolidated Y1P-25
321 crashed Jan 13, 1933 S of Patterson Field, OH, killing pilot Capt Hugh Elmendorf.
322 completed as Y1A-11 attack aircraft.  Crashed 4 mi N of Wright Field, OH
Jan 20, 1933, killing pilot 1st Lt. Irvin Woodring.
32-323 ... 32-324
Detroit-Lockheed Y1P-24
Contract cancelled.  When the Detroit-Lockheed Corporation declared bankruptcy, the YP-24 was 
developed by Consolidated into the Y1P-25 and later into the Consolidated P-30/P-30A series.
32-325 ... 32-342
Douglas O-38B
MSN 1090/1107.  For National Guard
325 to CL-26 at Biloxi, MS Jul 16, 1942
326 dropped from records at CA NG Mar 1940
327 to CL-26 at California Flyers Institute, Inglewood, CA Jul 18, 1941
328 dropped from records of CA NG Feb 1938
329 to CL-26 at Kessler Field Sub Depot, MS May 26, 1942
330 to CL-26 at California Flyers School of Aviation, Inglewood, CA Dec 1942
331 creashed at Salinas, CA Aug 9, 1941.
332 wrecked at Selma, AL Sep 18, 1942.  Burned due to defective wiring
333 wrecked when ground looped after landing at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA Mar 30, 1939.
Dropped from records with CA NG Sep 1939
334 crashed on takeoff at Camp Perry, OH Jul 235, 1935.  To CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Aug 4, 1942
335 wrecked in hailstorm May 27, 1936, Brookville, PA May 27, 1936.  Pilot bailed out
336 flew into bad weather and force landed at astockton, JN Oct 31, 1935. To CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Jun 8, 1942
337 force landing after engine failure at Gorda, CA Feb 167, 1932, major damage.  Dropped from records at 
Fairfield Air Depot, OH Mar 1940
338 crashed on takeoff at Camp Ripley, MN Sep 17, 1934, major damage.  Dropped from records at MN NG Nov 1937
339 crashed on takeoff at Monticello, AR Oct 25, 1939, damaged.  To CL-26 at Army Aviation School Division, 
Roosevelt Field, Mineola, NY Jan 12, 1940
340 stalled and crashed at Red Bank Airport, NJ Nov 5, 1933.  Crew killed.  Dropped from records of NJ NG Jan 1934
341 dropped from records Dec 1939
342 (119th OS, 44th National Guard Division) crashed and burned near Bernardsville, New Jersey Dec 11, 1932
after clipping a tree.  Both crew killed.
32-349 ... 32-356
Curtiss Y1A-8 Shrike
349 (8 PG, 37 AtkS) destroyed when suffered engine failure and force landed near Oliver, PA Dec 1, 1935
350 suffered major damage when stalled and spun into ground on approach to Chanute field, IL Mar 21, 1938 
351 (3 Atkg, 13 AtkS) destroyed when flew into bad weather and force landed after engine failure 12 mi SSE 
of Joaquin, TX Dec 28, 1933.
352 (3 AtkG, 8 AtkS) pilot bailed out after engine fire and crashed 5 mi SSE of Redwater, Texas Oct 18, 1934.
353 w/o Apr 23, 1934 at Bracton, Texas.
354 destroyed when crashed on landing at Bowman Field, Louisville, KY May 15, 1933
355 suffered major damage when had engine failure and force landed at Galveston Bay, Texas Nov 16, 1932.
356 converted to Y1A-8A-->A-8A. Others converted to A-8.  356 crashed on takeoff at Holman Muni Airport,
St Paul, MN Sep 5, 1937
32-357 ... 32-366
Consolidated Y1PT-12
They all were reclassified as Y1BT7, later BT-7
357 (52nd School Sqn) w/o in forced landing 1 mile SE of Randolph Field, TX on Mar 23, 1936
358 (52nd School Sqn) suffered engine failure on takeoff and crashed at Frost Field, Texas May 17, 1933
359 (52nd School Sqn) stalled and crashed 1.5 miles SW of Sheridan, TX on Nov 24, 1935
361 (52nd School Sqn) caught fire in air and pilot bailed out N of Cibolo, Texas Jun 15, 1932
362 shipped to UK for use as Air Attache, London.  Impressed into RAF as DR629, allocation cancelled.
363 (52nd School Sqn) w/o in crash near Laernia, Texas on Feb 19, 1936.  Crew killed.
364 (52nd School Sqn) w/o in landing accident near Selma, TX on Sep 21, 1935
365 (52nd School Sqn) crashed near St. Hedwig, TX on Apr 9, 1936.  Pilot bailed out after engine fire.
366 (52nd School Sqn) w/o in mid-air collision near Kruger Field, TX on Jun 4, 1935
32-367 ... 32-371
Consolidated Y1PT-11B
367 (53 School Sqn) lost control, stalled, pilot bailed out, and crashed 10 mi SE of Randolph Field, TX Jan 22, 1936
371 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH 1940
32-372 ... 32-392
Consolidated Y1PT-11D
372 to Akron Municipal Apt Oct 13, 1940
373 to Navy Oct 13, 1933
374 to Dallas School of Aeronautics, TX Jan 28, 1941
375 to CL-26 at Casey Jones Academy of Aeronautics, NY May 12, 1941
376 to CL-26 at Academy of Aeronautics, Jackson Heights, NY May 12, 1941
377 redesignated PT-11D.  Wo Apr 23, 1934 at Bracton, Texas.  Dropped from records at Randolph Field Aug 1934
378 to Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Dept, Washington, DC Sep 13, 1933
379 to CL-26 at Academy of Aeronautics, Jackson Heights, NY May 12, 1941
380 redesignated PT-11D.  W/o Oct 18, 1939 at Tuscaloosa, AL.
Dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Mar 1940
381 to Missouri Aviation Institute May 8, 1941
382 to CL-26 at Lincoln Aeronautical Institute, NB May 8, 1941
383 damaged Dec 21, 1938 at Cade Field, TXexas, repaired.
Damaged after forced landing after engine failure S of Tuscaloosa, AL Sep 19, 1939.  Scrapped Jan 21, 1946
384 to CL-26 at New England School of Aeronauticas, MA Jan 28, 1941
385 to CL-26 at Spartan Aircraft Co, Tulsa, OK May 9, 1941
386 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot Apr 1940
387 to Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Dept, Washington, DC Oct 4, 1933
388 to CL-26 at Case Jones Academy of Aeronautics, NY May 12, 1941
389 to CL-26 at Jesse Delgado School of Aeronautics, New Orleans, LA Dec 10, 1940
390 to CL-26 at Boeing School of Aeronautics, Oakland, CA May 9, 1941
391 dropped from records at Alabama Institute of Aeronautics, 1941
392 redesignated at PT-11D.  W/o Apr 13, 1937 at Davenport Field, Texas.  Surveyed at Patterson Field Jul 17, 1941
32-393 ... 32-393
Lockheed Y1C-25
Altair Model 8A MSN 153, NR119W. Built as a standard Sirius 8A, fuselaged was mated with a wing commissioned
but not used by Charles Lindbergh with a retractable undercarriage.  Aircraft was then redesignated Altair 8D
with registration NX119W.  Purchased by the War Department Nov 1931. 
SOC Jun 1932 after belly landing at Wright Field, OH.  Hulk burned in tests of fire
extinguishers Sep 27, 1932.
32-395 ... 32-395
Consolidated Y1PT-11B
Model 21-A.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as 10
32-399 ... 32-402
Bellanca Y1C-27
MSN 705/708.
399 ex NC10797.  Damaged when force landed at Kylertown, PA Apr 4 1938.  Dropped from records at 
Middletown Air Depot, PA Feb 1939
400 ex NC10798.  Damaged in forced langing E of Oxford, NJ Sep 2, 1938.  Dropped from records at 
Middletown Air Depot, PA Dec 1938
401 converted to C-27C.  Damaged when crashed on takeoff at Midland, Texas Jul 7, 1934.
Dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA Feb 1939 
402 converted to C-27C.  Damaged when crashed on takeoff at Midland, Texas Jul 7, 1934.  To CL-26 at Army 
Aviation School, Roosevelt Field, NY Aug 10, 1939
32-403 ... 32-410
Douglas Y1C-26A
MSN 1123/1126, 1132/1135.  Later redesignated C-26A and then OA-4A
403 modernized to OA-4C in 1936.  Wrecked at Milwaukee, WI Nov 27, 1942 
404 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jun 30, 1938.
Registered as NACA 122.  Dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA Feb 1939
405 crashed on landing at solomon's Island, MD Aug 6, 1936.  Dropped from records at Langley Field May 1936
406 modernized to OA-4C in 1936.  To CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Oct 2, 1942
407 modernized to OA-4C in 1936.  To CL-26 at Maxwell Field Feb 21, 1942
408 modernized to OA-4C in 1936.  W/o Sep 21, 1938 at Hamilton Field, CA.  
409 crashed at Gatum Lake, Canal Zone May 31, 1934.  Dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Sep 1934
410 crashed on landing at John Rogers Airport, Honolulu, Hawaii Nov 11, 1936.  Condemned at Hawaii Air Depot 
Feb 25, 1942
32-411 ... 32-411
Sikorsky Y1C-28
MSN 919.  Model S.39C amphibian.  Alloocated to West
Point Academy for liason; became C-28.  DBR in landing accident in Hudson
River at West Point, NY Sep 20, 1934, and dropped from records Feb 1935
32-412 ... 32-412
Boeing XP-936 
MSN 1678.  Model 248.  Designation later changed to XP-26, then to 
Y1P-26, and finally to P-26.   Damaged at Chanute Field, IL with 1 Sch Sqn Jul 21, 1937.
Dropped from records at Chanute Field Nov 1937
32-413 ... 32-414
Boeing P-26
MSN 1679/1680
413 removed from inventory Sept 1932 and used for structural tests at Wright Field
414 crashed at Logan Field, Dundalk, MD Mar 8, 1936.  Pilot killed  
32-419 ... 32-419
Morane-Saulnier MS-234
MSN 3957.  Procured for US Military Attache in Paris.  W/o in forced landing at Toulon-sur-Arroux,
France May 1, 1935.	Dropped from records Jul 31, 1935
33-2 ... 33-16
Douglas O-38E
MSN 1147/1161.  O-38S development for use by National Guard.
2 damaged when crashed on landing at Eau Claire Airport, Wisconsin Jul 18, 1939.  to CL-26 at Lawson Field Apr 17, 1942
3 damaged when crashed on landing at Crestview, FL Mar 5, 1938.  Surveyed at Fairfield Air Depot, HI Jul 14, 1941
4 in midair with 33-6 and locked wings and wrecked near Neponset, CA Aug 1, 1942
5 to CL-26 at Boeing School of Aeronautics, Oakland, CA Jul 30, 1942
6 in midair collision with 33-4 and locked wings and wrecked near Neponset, CA Aug 1, 1942
7 surveyed at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Jan 24, 1941
8 damaged in ground loop on takeoff at Sky Harbor Airport, Murfreesboro, TN Dec 17, 1936.  Surveyed at 
Duncan Field Apr 30, 1943
9 crashed 2 mi E of Sherman Field, KS Apr 5, 1942
10 damaged when crashed hile landing at Peterboro, NH Jun 20, 1934.  Surveyed at Sherman Field, KS Jul 17, 1942
11 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, HI 1938
12 to Haiti Jun 21, 1942 under Lend-Lease.  Condemned Apr 1943.
13 surveyed at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Jan 15, 1941
14 to Haiti Jun 21, 1942 under Lend-Lease.  Condemned Apr 1943
15 to Haiti Jun 21, 1942 under Lend-Lease.  Condemned Apr 1943.
16 wrecked at Claton, AL Jan 5, 1934 when suffered structural failure and force landed
33-17 ... 33-17
Douglas YOA-5
MSN 1174.  Douglas Dolphin initially ordered as YB-11, later redesignated YO-44, but built as YOA-5.
Delivered to Wright Field Feb 24, 1935.  Assigned to 1st Air Base Squadron, Langley Field, VA
Oct 1935.  Crashed and damaged on takeoff at Sand Point NAS, WA Oct 16, 1940.  Transfered to 
Elmendorf Field, Alaska Jun 1941.  Condemned at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Dec 13, 1943
33-18 ... 33-27
Bellanca C-27A
MSN 709/718
Aircraft 33-19 converted to C-27B.  All remaining C-27As later converted to C-27C.
18 crshed on landing at Richards Field, MO Nov 25, 1933.  Dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, HI May 1939
19 converted to C-27B.  Damaged in forced landing at Patterson Field, OH Aug 17, 1934.
Dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, HI Oct 1936
20 to CL-26 at East St Louis Tech School, IL Sep 6, 1939
21 dropped from records at San Antonio Air Depot Jul 1939
22 crashed on landing at France Field, Canal Zone Sep 13, 1939
23 dropped from records at Panama Air Depot, Canal Zone Jan 1940
24 dropped from records at FairField Air Depot, HI May 1939
25 damaged in landing accident at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA May 18, 1934.
Dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA Feb 1938
26 crashed at Guys Store, TX Mar 6, 1935.  Pilot bailed out after engine failure.
27 dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Apr 1935.  Crashed 15 mi NW of San Felix, Panama Aug 3, 1937.
33-28 ... 33-138
Boeing P-26A
MSN 1804/1914
28 in landing accident at March Field, CA Oct 23, 1934.  
Dropped from records at Wright Field, OH Apr 1935
29 (30 PS, 37 PG) w/o at Rio Hato, Panama Feb 10, 1941.
Dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Jun 1941
30 (77 PS, 20 PG) crashed 3.5 mi offshore near Galveston, TX Apr 7, 1937.
Dropped from records at Barksdale Nov 1937
31 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
32 wrecked at Rio Hato, Panama Jun 27, 1941
33 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Also reported W/o Apr 15, 1941 at Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone
34 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Also reported W/o Jul  21, 1941 at Wheeler Field, HI
35 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Also reported W/o Aug  10, 1934 at Morringsport, LA; repaired; wfu 1940
36 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o  May 12, 1941 at Nichols Field, Philippines
37 assigned to Barksdale Field, Louisiana.  Assigned to NACA Langley
Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Feb 1937.
Was with 78th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
38 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
39 with 78th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
40 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Jan 18, 1942
41 wrecked at Barksdale Field Jun 27, 1935 in midair collision.  Pilot bailed out, crashed 5 mi
E of Taylortown, LA.
42 w/o at Coushatta, LA Jan 16, 1934 after pilot bailed out due to engine failure.  Dropped from records at 
Barksdale Aug 1936
43 (55 PS, 20 PG) damaged in takeoff accident at Burlington Apt, VT Feb 11, 1936.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Aug 1936
44 force landed at La Chorrera, Canal Zone Jun 15, 1940
45 crashed in Panama Bay, Canal Zone Feb 12, 1941.
46 (55 PS, 20 PG) force landed 1.5 mi S of Denison, TX Feb 22, 1934.
Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Aug 1934
47 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Wrecked at Nichols Field,
Philippines Jun 3, 1941
48 (94 PS, 1 PG) crashed 8 mi NE of Chanute Field, IL Mar 13, 1938.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Jun 1938
49 to Guatemala AF May 11, 1943, initially as FAG 47
50 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
51 (34 PS, 17 PG) w/o at Cortaro, AZ Jan 19, 1935 after pilot bailed out due to engine failure.   
Dropped from records at March Field Apr 1935
52 dropped from records at Wright Field Oct 1934
53 (34 PS, 17 PG) crashed at Brawley, CA Jul 5, 1934, pilot killed.  Dropped from records at March Field Sep 1934
54 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
55 (34 AS, 17 AG) w/o in landing accident at Lyndon Apt, Corvallis, OR Apr 3, 1935.
Dropped from records at March Field Jun 1935
56 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jun 1, 1934.
(6 PS) ditched into sea N of Kahuku, Oahu, HI Dec 14, 1938.
57 wrecked at Rio Hato, Panama Aug 5, 1941
58 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Jan 18, 1942
59 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Wrecked Aug 26, 1941 in
midair with P-26A 33-99.  Pilot bailed out.
60 (19 PS, 18 PG) landed short of runway at Bellows Field, HI Nov 26, 1940.  Condemned May 13, 1942
61 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940. W/o Jul 28, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
62 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o after midair collision 
with 33-131 at Nichols Field, Philippines May 28, 1941.
63 (77 PS, 20 PG) crashed at Barksdale Field, LA Jul 26, 1935, pilot killed.  Dropped from records at 
Barksdale Oct 1935
64 (77 PS, 20 PG) force landed and destroyed 1 mi N of Danis Field, FL Dec 8, 1935.
Dropped from records at Barksdale Apr 1936
65 (17 PS, 1 PG) stalled and spun into ground at Marquette County Airport, Marquette, MI Nov 7, 1937.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Feb 1938
66 wrecked at France Field, Canal Zone Jun 2, 1941 when undershot landing
67 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Flew into Manila Bay, Philippines Oct 3, 1939.
Pilot killed.
68 with 44th PSD, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
69 (29 PS/16 PG) ditched in Panama Bay, Panama Feb 13, 1939.
Dropped from records at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Apr 1939
70 (77 PS, 20 PG) crashed near Kirby, TX Jul 26, 1936.  Caught fire and pilot bailed out.  Dropped 
from records at Barksdale Field Oct 1936
71 (17 PS, 1 PG) forcelanded and burned out near Montpelier, IN May 30, 1935.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Jul 1935
72 (94 PS, 1 PG) crashed on takeoff 100 yd S of Selfridge Field, MI
Nov 25, 1935.  Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Feb 1936
73 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Jan 18, 1942
74 (94 PS, 1 PG) crashed 1/2 mile SE of Chesterfield, MI Jun 20, 1936.  Pilot bailed out after engine failure.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Feb 1936
75 to Guatemala AF Jul 22, 1943, initially as FAG 48
76 dropped from records Oct 1935
77 stalled and spun into ground at Ebony, VA Jan 13, 1935.  Pilot killed.  Dropped from records at 
Bolling Field May 1935
78 crashed 2 mi N of Patterson Field, OH Dec 13, 1940.  Pilot killed.
79 (53 PS, 32 PG) wrecked at Rio Hato, Panama May 2, 1941
80 was with 78th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
81 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Jan 18, 1942
82 (77 PS, 20 PG) forcelanded at Chapman, AL Jul 5, 1936.
Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Oct 1936
83 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o Feb 17, 1941 at Nichols Field, Philippines
84 (73 AS, 18 AG) stalled and spun into ground at Taylor, TX Apr 18, 1935.  Pilot killed.  Dropped from 
records at March Field
85 (19 PS, 18 PG) damaged in landing accident at Bellows Field, HI Aug 29, 1940.  Was with 46th PS, 18th PG
at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Sep 18, 1942
86 with 6pth PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemed Dec 28, 1941
87 (79 PS, 20 PG) stalled and spun into ground 1/2 mi NE of Chapman Field, FL Dec 15, 1935.  Pilot killed.
Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Apr 1936
88 was with 17th ABS, 18th ABG was at Wheeler Field On Dec 7, 1941. W/o Apr 12, 1942 at Bellows Field, HI.   Condemned Feb 26, 1942
89 was Lt Col Tinker's personal plane from Jan 1935 until he left the 7th BG in Dec 1938.  
Eventually to Guatemalan AF, initially as FAG 49
90 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  In midair collision over Pakil, Laguna, 
Philippines.  Pilot bailed out.  Condemned Feb 1939
91 (95 AS, 17 G) engine failed and force landed at Hamilton Field, CA Mar 23, 1935.  Repaired.  w/o Jun 17, 1936
at Barksdale Field, LA.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Aug 1936
92 wrecked 200 yds offshore from Jagan, Panama Jun 19, 1941
93 (27 PS, 1 PG) stalled and spun into ground at Barksdale Field, LA Feb 26, 1936.  Pilot killed.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Jun 1936
94 (27 PS, 1 PG) in midair collision with P-26A 33-133 at Selfridge Field, MI Jun 25, 1935.  Pilot killed.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Aug 1935
95 (17 PS, 1 PG) crashed 2.5 mi NE of Caro, MI Sep 13, 1935.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Dec 1935
96 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940. Wrecked at Bataan, Luzon Apr 19, 1941
97 (79 PS, 20 PG) crashed 4 mi E of Melrose, TX Mar 20, 1936 after flew into bad weather, ran out of fuel, and
pilot bailed out.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Field May 1936
98 wrecked 20 mi E of San Jose, Guatemala Oct 20, 1942.  Pilot killed
99 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o Aug 26, 1941 at San Francisco del Monte, Philippines
100 (17 PS, 1 PG) force landed 1 mi N of Bruce, WI Mar 23, 1937.  Repaired.  W/o Sep 25, 1945 at
Hickham Field, HI.  Condemned Nov 18, 1941
101 (31 PS, 37 PG) crashed 15 mi E of Rio Hato, Panama Aug 10, 1940.  Pilot bailed out after engine failure.
102 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
103 wrecked at Celemela La Guna, Philippines Feb 12, 1941
104 wrecked at Nichols Field, Philippines Jan 6, 1941.
105 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
106 (3 PS, 4 Comp G) w/o in takeoff accident at Loakan Field, Baguio,
Philippines Nov 30, 1938.  Dropped from records at Philippine Air Depot Mar 1939
107 (34 AS, 17 AG) crashed 2 mi E of Colton, CA Apr 4, 1935.  Pilot bailed out after engine failure.
Dropped from records at March Field Jul 1935
108 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
109 condemned in Philippines Jan 18, 1942
110 stalled and crash landed on ice-covered Portage Lake, MI Feb 7, 1935
111 in midair collision with P-40B 41-5276 Clark Field, Philippines Jul 30, 1941.
112 (17 PS, 1 PG) ran out of fuel and pilot bailed out near Guelph, Ontario, Canada Jul 11, 1935.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Nov 1935
113 (27 PS, 1 PG) crashed in Lake St Clair near Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada
Mar 10, 1935.  Pilot killed.  Dropped from records at Philippine Air Depot May 1935
114 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Pilot bailed out out after structural failure
and cashed 3 mi SE of Clark Field, Philippines Feb 21, 1938
115 (53 PS, 32 PG) wrecked at Rio Hato, Panama Jun 2, 1941
116 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o Mar 7, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
117 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Engine failure and crashed in Lingayen Gulf,
Philippines Jun 27, 1938
118 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o Aug 30, 1939 at Nichols Field, Philippines.
Condemned in Philippines Jan 18, 1942
119 W/o Aug 27, 1941 at Chorrera, Panama.   Condemned in Canal Zone Sep 2, 1941
120 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
121 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Pilot bailed out after structural failure and
crashed at Laguna de Bay, Philippines Apr 20, 1939. 
122 w/o after accident in Mixco, Guatemala Jun 5, 1942
123 to Guatemala AF as 0672 May 11, 1943, initially as FAG 43.  Later to N3378G owned by Edward
Maloney of Corona del Mar, CA.  To Planes of Fame Museum 
for restoration in 1957.  On display at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA 1997. Reported in 2006
to be under restoration to flying status.  Restored to flight-worthy condition by Planes of Fame, 
registered as N3378G, in markings of 95th FS, 17th PG at March Field ca 1983
124 (94 PS, 1 PG) damaged in landing accident at Offutt Field, NE Jan 9, 1937.
Dropped from records Jun 1937
125 crashed on landing at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Dec 9, 1940. Repaired.  W/o Jun 25, 1941 at France
Field, Panama Canal Zone.  Condemned Nov 14, 1941
126 to Guatemala AF May 11, 1943, initially as FAG 45
127 (27 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Boeing Field, Seattle, WA Jun 22, 1934.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Sep 1938
128 (17 PS, 1 PG) crashed 5 mi NE of Mt Clemens, MI Oct 9, 1934 in midair collision with P-26A 33-135.
Pilot bailed out.  Dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Feb 1935
129 (94 PS, 1 PG) crashed near Fraser, MI Dec 13, 1935 after midair collision.  Pilot killed.  
130 wrecked S of Cuerrier, Panama Jan 2, 1942.  Pilot killed.
131 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  In midair collision 
with 33-62 Philippines May 28, 1941
132 to Guatemala AF May 11, 1943, initially as FAG 46
133 (27 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Selfridge Field, MI Jun 25, 1935 in midai collisin with P-26A 33-094.  Pilot killed.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Feb 1936
134 wrecked SW of Madden Lake, Panama Mar 12, 1941
135 (MSN 1911) w/o Oct 9, 1934 at Mt Clemons, MI, repaired.  To Panama AF in 1937.
To Guatemala AF, initially as FAG 44 May 11, 1943, later FAG 0816.  
Reported in 1988 at NASM, Washington, DC. Later moved to Garber facility at Silver Hill, MD.  Now at
Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.
136 dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Dec 1934
137 (30 PS, 37 PG) forcelanded 15 mi W of Chepo River, Canal Zone Jul 31, 1940 and destroyed
138 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o at Batangas, PI Oct 13, 1941.
33-140 ... 33-153
Martin YB-10
MSN 508/521
140 converted to B-10M. Crashed Bicycle Lake, CA May 4, 1942.   To CL-26 at March AAF, CA May 1, 1943
141 to CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Nov 20, 1942
142 Converted to B-10M.  To CL-26 at Las Vegas AAB, NV Aug 12, 1942, w/o Aug 14, 1942
143 converted to B-10M.  W/o Amr 2, 1942 at Del Mar, CA.  Surveyed at Sacramento Air Depot, CA Oct 15, 1942
144 redesignated B-10.  Converted to B-10M.  Wrecked at Slaughter, NB Jul 18, 1942 
145 to CL-26 at Westover AAF, MA Dec 30, 1942
146 redesignated B-10.  W/o May 18, 1935 at Bolling Field, DC.  Dropped from records at Rockwell Field, CA Jul 1935
147 redsignated B-10, converted to B-10M.  W/o Aug 28, 1942 at Las Vegas, NV.
Surveyed at Las Vegas AAB, NV Aug 23, 1943
148 to CL-26 at Hyannis, MA Dec 7, 1942
149 to CL-26 at March AAF, CA Dec 30, 1942
150 redesignated B-10, converted to B-10M.  Wrecked Jun 1, 1942 at Pope Field, NC when ground looped 
during landing.  To CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Jul 16, 1942
151 redesignated B-10. (19th BG, 32nd BS) in takeoff accident at March Field, California Jan 11, 1936. 
Surveyed at March Field Sep 8, 1937
152 redesignated B-10.  W/o Jan 5, 1937 at March Field, CA.  Surveyed at March Field Mar 31, 1937
153 to CL-26 at Gulfport, MS Jun 1, 1943
33-154 ... 33-154
Martin YB-10A
MSN 522
154 dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA May 1937.  W/o Feb 7, 1939 at Chicago Muncipal Airport, IL
33-163 ... 33-177
Martin B-12A
MSN 531/545
163 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS damaged in landing accident
at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 7, 1941.  To CL-26 at Maxwell 
Training Center, AL Feb 12, 1942
164 converted to B-12AM.  To CL-26 at Maxwell Training Center, AL Feb 12, 1942
165 (31 BS, 7 BS) w/o in crash at Sequoia National Park, CA May 28, 1935.  Surveyed at Hamilton Field, CA Aug 2, 1935
166 converted to B-12AM.  With 3 BG, HQ Sqn wrecked in forced landing 7 mi SW of Ruston, LA Aug 18, 1940.
167 (88 RS) damaged in landing accident at Redding Airport, CA Nov 18, 1936.  Surveyed at Barksdale Field Feb 20, 1942
168 wrecked at Barksdale Field Sep 17, 1940
169 converted to B-12AM.  To CL-26 May 6, 1943
170 converted to B-12AM.  Surveyed at Eglin AAF, FL Feb 12, 1942
171 (11th BS, 7th BG) crashed into Inyo National Forest, CA Oct 3, 1934, 50 mi from Bishop, CA.  3
killed, one bailed out.  Surveyed at March Field, CA Jan 7, 1935.
This accident resulted in the grounding of all B-12s.  Fault traced
to wing and aileron flutter and a backlash developed by the props
when the engine was shut down.
172 condemned Jan 27, 1943
173 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS crashed after takeoff from Barksdale Field, LA Jun 25, 1941
174 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS wrecked when retracted wheels prior to landing at Barksdale Field, LA Jun 27, 1941
175 condemned May 25, 1942
176 converted to B-12AM.  87SS/ACAFS forcelanded at Barksdale Field, LA Apr 15, 1941
177 surveyed at Barksdale Field Apr 19, 1940
33-178 ... 33-178
Curtiss XP-31 Swift
First flown Jul 1932 and bought by Army Feb 1933.  Retired Jul 1936 to Air Corps mechanics school.
Surveyed at Edgewood Arsenal Dec 10, 1936
33-179 ... 33-180
Boeing P-26B
MSN 1916,1919
179 crashed at Wright Field, OH Jun 20, 1940.  Dropped from records at Wright Field Sep 1940
180 was with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
33-181 ... 33-203
Boeing P-26C
MSN 1915, 1917/1918, 1920/1939
186/203 converted to P-26B
181 (6 PS) crashed 5 mi SE of Wheeler Field, HI Aug 23, 1939.
182 was with 73rd PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  To CL-26 Aug 24, 1943
183 with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed at Wheeler Field May 13, 1942
184 was with 44th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned May 13, 1942
185 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o in midair collision with 33-195 over Hickam Field, HI Mar 4, 1940.
Dropped from records Jun 1940
186 crashed on takeoff at Old Wheeler Field, Hawaii Sep 23, 1940.  Condemned Aug 24, 1942
187 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o in landing accident at Nalai, HI Jul 20, 1939.
Dropped from records Jan 1940
188 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o at Hickam Field, HI Jul 11, 1939.  Dropped from records Jan 1940
189 (17 PS, 1 PG) crashed 45 mi SW of Kerrville, TX Feb 7, 1938.  Dropped from records Jan 1940
190 dropped from records Jul 1937
191 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o at Bellows Field, HI Nov 2, 1938.  Dropped from records Feb 1939
192 with 44th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Oct 22,1942
193 (27 PS, 1 PG) crashed near New Baltimore, MI Mar 30, 1936.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Jun 1936
194 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o in landing accident at Bellows Field, HI Oct 20, 1938.
Dropped from records Feb 1936
195 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o in midair collision with 33-185 over Hickam Field, HI
Mar 4, 1940.  Dropped from records Jun 1940
196 (27 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Bendix Airport, South Bend, IN Jul 18, 1937.  Pilot bailed out.  To CL-26 Oct 22, 1942
197 (31 PS, 37 PG) w/o in takeoff accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone 
Feb 10, 1941.  condemned at Chanute AAF Oct 22, 1942
198 (1 PG, HQ Sqn) w/o near Laconia, IN Apr 30, 1936.  Dropped from records Jul 1936
199 (77 PS, 20 PG) w/o in landing accident at Hatbox Field, Muskoggee, OK
Jul 2, 1938.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Sep 1938
200 (17 PS, 1 PG) force landed at Youngstown-Bernard's Airport, OH Feb 7, 1937.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Apr 1937
201 (17 PS, 1 PG) crashed 1/8 mi E of Lincoln MAP, NE Jul 7, 1936.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Sep 1936
202 (17 PS, 1 PG) force landed at Melford, OH Jun 28, 1936.
Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Sep 1936
203 (17 PS, 1 PG) forcelanded 2 mi NE of state prison, Jackson, MI Apr 1, 1936.
Was with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  To CL-26 Aug 24, 1943
33-204 ... 33-207
Consolidated P-30 
Redesignated PB-2 before delivery
204 surveyed Jan 7, 1939.  To CL-26 at Maxwell AAF Oct 27, 1940
205 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia May 1, 1937.
Crashed on takeoff at Sherman Field, Kansas Oct 2, 1937.  Surveyed Nov 29, 1939
206 nosed over on landing at Sherman Field, KS Sept 12, 1936.  Surveyed Jun 15, 1937.
207 crashed Utica, NY after ran out of fuel Sept 27, 1934.  Damaged beyond repair.  W/O Nov 23, 1934.
33-212 ... 33-257
Curtiss A-12 Shrike
Originally ordered as A-8B with liquid-cooled engines.  After testing with Y1A-8A, air-cooled engines were
preferred.  The rear cockpit was moved forward and aircraft were delivered as A-12.
212 suffered engine failure and force landed W of Huntsville Airport, AL Jul 12, 1937 and destroyed.
Surveyed at Wright Field Oct 8, 1936
213 caught fire in air and pilot bailed out over Wheeler Field, Hawaii Dec 8, 1939.
214 lost wing and crashed near Baltimore, MD Oct 12, 1934
215 damaged in midair collision over Puuhulu Point, Hawaii Jan 29, 1940.  To CL-26 at Sheppard AAF Jan 9, 1942
216 hit water while flying low off Puuhulu Point, Hawaii Jan 29, 1940.  Dropped from records Apr 1940
217 dropped from records May 1942
218 destroyed in depot shops, Oahu Island, HI Dec 7, 1941
219 w/o Jul 17, 1941 at Eglin Field, FL.  Surveyed at Craig AAF Feb 16, 1942
220 crashed on landing at Bellows Field, Hawaii Jul 7, 1939.  Dropped from records Nov 1939
221 crashed 4 mi E of Sour Lake, Texas Feb 18, 1936.  Crew killed.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Field, LA Jun 1936
222 crashed into Red River, LA Nov 10, 1935
223 to CL-26 instructional airframe at Maxwell 16 March 1942
224 dropped from records Feb 1940
225 to CL-26 Apr 5, 1941
226 to CL-26 at Chanute AAF Jun 9, 1942
227 to instructional airframe at Chanute Sep 15, 1942
228 suffered engine failure and destroyed in force landing off Heleiwe, Hawaii Jun 17, 1938.  Dropped from 
records Nov 1938
229 was with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  To CL-26 at Chanute AAF Apr 17, 1942
230 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS May 5, 1942
231 to CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Apr 15, 1942
232 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS Jan 9, 1942
233 crashed on takeoff 2 mi N of Elba, Alabama Mar 23, 1940.  To CL-26 at University of Alabama Aug 2, 1940
234 crashed on landing at Kelly Field, Texas Jul 12, 1937.  Dropped from records at Kelly Field, TX Jun 1938
235 to CL-26 Jan 24, 1940
236 dropped from records at Barksdale Field Dec 1935
237 w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Bozman, MD.  Surveyed Edgewood Arsenal Jan 7, 1942
238 to CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Jan 5, 1942
239 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS Feb 6, 1942
240 wrecked at Athol, MA 20 January 1934
241 to CL-26 at Rising Sun School, Philadelphia, PA Dec 23, 1942.  Scrapped Jul 23, 1945
242 to CL-26 at Keesler AAF, MS Dec 22, 1941
243 force-landed in swamp Bentonville, MS 28 February 1934; surveyed November 1934
244 crashed in bad weather into mountainside at Oakley, UT 16 February 1934.  Two crew (Lt Jean Donant
Grenier and crewmate White) were killed.  They were flying an advance route to 
determine time and distance for carrying the mail between Salt Lake City and Cheyenne, WY.
Grenier Field was named in Lt. Grenier's honor.
245 wrecked at Kalish Valley, Oahu, HI Jun 17, 1941.  One killed
246 crashed carrying mail at Clinton, IA 30 March 1934.  One killed
247 flew into ground at Nesadona, TX after mikdair collision May 30, 1938.  One killed
248 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS Dec 22, 1941
249 flew into bad weather and crashed at Grapeland, TX Aug 30, 1937.  Crew killed.
250 flipped over while landing at Fort Crockett, TX Nov 5, 1934; Colonel Horace Hickam killed
251 damaged after force landing due to engine failure and fire at John Rogers Airport, Hawaii
Feb 17, 1938.  Dropped from records Jul 1939
252 to instructional airframe at Maxwell 16 March 1942
253 to CL-26 at Wheeler AAF, HI May 5, 1942
254 dropped from records Apr 1940
255 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS May 5, 1942
256 was with 17th ABS, 18th ABG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  To CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Apr 24, 1942
257 w/o Dec 15, 1936 at Live Oak, FL.  Dropped from records at Patterson Field, OH Dec 1939
33-258 ... 33-267
Martin B-12A
MSN 546/555
258 was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 27, 1943
259 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS crashlanded at Barksdale
Field, LA Mar 9, 1941.  Dropped from records at Chanute AAF, IL Jun 1941
260 converted to B-12AM.  15 PF/HQ Sqn crashlanded at Barksdale
Field, LA Sep 18, 1941.  To CL-26 at Maxwell AAF, AL Feb 12, 1942
261 converted to B-12AM.  Crashlanded at Wheeler Field, HI Jul 5, 1941.
Still being repaired when destroyed in depot shop, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
262 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS damaged in taxiing accident
at Barksdale Field, LA Jan 8, 1941.  Wrecked at Eglin AAF, FL Jan 7, 1942
263 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS wrecked at Barksdale AAF, LA May 15, 1941
264 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS stalled and crashed 10 mi N of Waskom, TX Sep 23, 1941
265 converted to B-12AM.  2 SS damaged in taxiing accident at
Barksdale Field, LA Jun 17, 1941.  Surveyed at Eglin AAF, FL Apr 9, 1942
266 was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 27, 1943
267 was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 27, 1943
33-268 ... 33-290
Douglas O-43A
MSN 1189/1212
268 wrecked near Smithville, OK May 19, 1935 when flew into ground.  Crew killed.
269 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS Jun 5, 1942
270 to CL-26 at Oklahoma AB, OK Mar 25, 1944
271 damaged when crashed on landing at Scott Field, Il Dec 18, 1940.  Surveyed at Scott Field, IL Jan 24, 1941
272 wrecked 2 mi S of Duncan Field, TX Aug 26, 1941
273 surveyed at Godman Field, KY Apr 25, 1938
274 Redesignated O-43 in 1933.  W/o Feb 7, 1941 at Godman Field, KY.  Surveyed Aug 11, 1941
275 Redesignated O-43 in 1933.  Damaged Nov 26, 1937 at Otisco, IN, repaired.  To CL-26 at Rome Air 
Depot, NY Feb 20, 1942
276 surveyed Mar 31, 1941
277 pilot bailed out after mid-air structural failure and crashed at San Antonio, Texas Jan 7, 1937.
Surveyed at Brooks Field, TX May 4, 1937.
278 rerdesignated O-43 in 1933. Crashed on takeoff at Golf Course, Smethport, PA May 21, 1940.  Repaired.
W/o Mar 18, 1941 at Bolling Field, DC
279 in midair collision over Brooks Field, Texas May 27, 1935
282 damaged in ground loop after landing at Godmen Field, Fort Knox, Kentucky May 9, 1939
284 crashed at Itasca, Texas May 20, 1936.  Crew killed.
285 damaged in force landing at Wharton, Texas Feb 3, 1935.
287 damaged when crashed on takeoff at camp Hulen, Paclaties, Texas Aug 17, 1939.
33-292 ... 33-293
Douglas C-29
MSN 1183/1184
When used by Treasury Dept, designated FP-2B.
292 crashed on takeoff at Pinas Bay, Panama Apr 20, 1938
33-294 ... 33-297
Douglas C-26B
MSN 1185/1188.  Douglas Dolphin
Later redesignated OA-4B.  295 brought up to OA-4C standard in 1936.
295 in accident Apr 5, 19377 at Jaque, Panama, repaired.  Crashed on landing at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Feb 29, 1940
297 crashed on takeoff into sea off Fort Wint, Olongapo Harbor, Philippines Jan 14, 1938
33-322 ... 33-329
Douglas O-38F
MSN 1175/1182
322 damaged Oct 20, 1937 at Lemoyne, NE.  Repaired.  Crashed on landing at Olmsted Field, Middletown, PA 
Feb 12, 1940.
324 damaged Jun 16, 1941 at Salcha River, AK, repaired.  WFU. On display at WPAFB museum.
325 W/o Jul 31, 1938 at Camden, AL
327  W/o Oct 14, 1933 at Blacksburg, SC
329 crashed on landing at Offutt Field, NE May 23, 1938.
34-1 ... 34-22
Douglas O-38E
MSN 1213/1234.  For National Guard.  Initially allocated serials 33-298/319.
34-1	MSN 1213	Lend-Lease to Haitian AF Jun 12, 1942 as 4001. Condemned Apr 1943.
34-2 MSN 1214 flew into bad weather and force landed at Bowling Green, KY Jul 31, 1938 and was destroyed.
34-3 MSN 1215 stalled after takeoff and crashed into sea off Smith's Cove, Groton, CT Aug 2, 1935.  Crew killed.
34-4 MSN 1216 crashed on takeoff at Atlanta, GA Jul 30, 1941.
34-6	MSN 1218	Lend-Lease to Haitian AF as 4006 Jun 12, 1942. Condemned Apr43.
34-7 MSN 1219.  Damaged in force landing at Lower Mayecumbe Key, FL Apr 15, 1938
34-8 MSN 1220.  Damaged on takeoff at Chicago MAP, IL Feb 13, 1938.
34-9 MSN 1221.  Crashed on landing at night at Wayne County Airport, Rumulus, MI Feb 22, 1936
34-13	 MSN 1225	Lend-Lease to Haiti. Condemned Apr43.
34-14 MSN 1226 crashed on landing at Fort Leavenworth, KS Jul 22, 1934. Repaired. W/o Jun 4, 1941 at
Lunenburg, MA
34-15 MSN 1227 caught fire anf force landed at Nesbitt, MS Aug 5, 1936, damaged
34-16 MSN 1228.  W/o May 21, 1941 at Pitchburg-Leominster
34-20 MSN 1232 flew into bad weather and crashed near Keefers, BC Oct 9, 1939.  Pilot bailed out.
34-23 ... 34-23
Boeing YP-29
MSN 1941.  W/o Jun 29, 1938 at Chanute Field, IL
34-24 ... 34-24
Boeing XP-940
MSN 1942. Later redesignated YP-29A.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia 
Mar 2, 1935.  Pilot bailed out after midair structural failure and crashed at Chanute Field, IL 
Jun 29, 1938.   WFU Jul 5, 1940.
34-25 ... 34-25
Boeing YP-29B
MSN 1943.  Major damage after suffered structural failure in midair and crashed at Maxwell Field, AL May 10, 1935.
34-26 ... 34-26
Fairchild XC-31
At Wright Field as XC-941.  Damaged in ground loop after landing at Pittsburgh Airport, PA Dec 18, 1936
34-28 ... 34-115
Martin B-10B
MSN 559/646
28 (MSN 559) converted to B-10BM.  SW/o Feb 9, 1937 at Miami, FL
30 (MSN 561, B-10M) in accident Aug 19, 1942 at Wilkes-Barre Apt, PA
31 (MSN 562) destroyed in force landing after engine failure at Paitilla Point, Panama Jul 11, 1938.  Crew killed,.
32 (MSN 563) crashed on landing at Langley Field, VA May 26, 1936
34 (MSN 565, B-10M) 24th BS crashed 10 mi S of Lake Salvador, LA Mar 8, 1941 when crew
bailed out after running out of gas in bad weather
36 (MSN 567) damaged after force landing at Mitchel Field, NY Jun 18, 1936 due to engine failure.
37 (MSN 568, B-10M) 88 SS/ACAFS w/o Mar 13, 1941 in landing accident at Barksdale
Field, LA
38 (MSN 569, RB-10B) 10 ABG/HQ Sqn w/o Sep 11, 1941 after ground loop in landing
accident at Chanute Field, IL
39 (MSN 570) in accident at Las Vegas Air Gunnery School, NV Dec 12, 1942.
41 (MSN 572) in accident May 2, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico
42 (MSN 573) damaged when crashed on landing at Randolph Field, Texas Dec 4, 1939
43 (MSN 574) in accident Jul 13, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
44 (MSN 575) crashed on landing at night at Wright Field, Dayton, OH Jan 25, 1937
45 (MSN 576) crashed in Chowan River, North Carolina Nov 24, 1936
46 (MSN 577) damaged when crashed on takeoff at Wright Field, Dayton, OH in 1939
47 (MSN 578) 
48 (MSN 579) crashed and destroyed by fire N of Bryan Mills, TX Oct 25, 1936.  Crew killed.
49 (MSN 580, 4th CG, 28th BS) in accident Sep 8, 1941 after ground
loop in landing accident at Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
50 (MSN 581) destroyed when ran out of fuel and force landed W of Mitchel Field, Long Island, NY Dec 22, 1936
51 (MSN 582, 17th BS, 4th CG) in accident Aug 26, 1941 after a 
ground loop on takeoff at Clark Field, Philippines
52 (MSN 583, B-10M) with 10th OS, Godman AAF, KY damaged in landing
accident Jan 2, 1942.  Damaged again Feb 15, 1942 in accident at Godman AAF, KY.
53 (MSN 584) damaged when ground looped on takeoff at March Field, CA Aug 9, 1937
54 (MSN 585, RB-10BM) in landing accident Dec 19, 1941 at
McCarran Field, ACGS Las Vegas, NV
55 (MSN 586) w/o in accident at Las Vegas AAF, NV May 20, 1942.
56 (MSN 587) converted to B-10BM; w/o Oct 12, 1940 at Centralia, WA
57 (MSN 588) pilot bailed out after midair structural failure and fire and crashed at Bocas del Toro, Panama
Jun 30, 1936.
58 (MSN 589, B-10BM) with 8th ABS, 7th ABG w/o in landing
accident Jun 7, 1941 at Scott Field, IL
59 (MSN 590, B-10BH) w/o Oct 4, 1942 in accident 2 mi N of Las Vegas, NV
61 (MSN 592, B-10BH) in accident May 14, 1942 at Elmendorf AAF, AK
62 (MSN 593) suffered engine failure and force landed on fire 16 mi NE of Hill City, Kansas Dec 18, 1939.
Crew killed.
63 (MSN 594, B-10M) 88th SS, ACAFS w/o Apr 4, 1941 in landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA
64 (MSN 595, B-10BH) in accident Oct 6, 1942 at Las Vegas AAF, NV
65 (MSN 596) force landed after engine failure at Nichols Field, Rical, Philippines Mar 17, 1938.  Destroyed
66 (MSN 597) 27th MS, 20th ABG at Nichols Field, Philippines in
accident when ground looped at Baguio Apr 17, 1941
67 (MSN 598) destroyed when engine failed and force landed at Parrite, Costa Rica Aug 15, 1939
68 (MSN 599) destroyed when crashed on landing at Lowry Field, Denver, CO Jul 7, 1940
69 (MSN 600) converted to B-10BM.  Destroyed when crashed on landing at Jaque, Panama May 4, 1938
72 (MSN 603) *Bird O'Prey XIII* ditched on mudflats in San Pablo Bay, CA early 1937.
73 (MSN 604, B-10BM) in accident May 31, 1942 at Pope AAF, NC.
W/o in accident Oct 17, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, NC.
74 (MSN 605) of 28th BS, 4th CG w/o May 23, 1941 in landing accident
at Rosales, Pangasinan, Philippines.
75 (MSN 606, B-10BM) of 50th FGTS.  W/o May 17, 1943 when crew
bailed out due to mechanical malfunction, Las Vegas AAF, NV
77 (MSN 608, RB-10BM) 74th ABS of Luke Field, AZ.  W/o Sep 5, 1941
due to engine failure and forced landing 3.5 mi SW of
Gila Bend, AZ
78 (MSN 609, RB-10BM) damaged when ground looped Feb 15, 1941 at
Kelly Aux. Field, No 2, TX.  W/o Aug 29, 1941 when ground
looped on takeoff at Luke Field, AZ
79 (MSN 610) crashed into San Pablo Bay, CA on landing approach to Hamilton Jan 4, 1937.
Pilot and passenger killed.
80 (MSN 611, B-10M) in accident Sep 9, 1942 at Las Vegas AAF, NV
82 (MSN 613, B-10M) of 97th OS in accident when ground looped
Feb 11, 1941 at Lawson Field, GA
83 (MSN 614) w/o Mar 1, 1942 in accident at Granier Field, NH
84 (MSN 615) damaged when crashed on landing at Salt Lake City, Utah Dec 11, 1936
85 (MSN 616) damaged Jul 7, 1941 when ground looped at Barksdale
Field, LA.  W/o 88 SS/ACAFS Mar 23, 1942 in accident at Indian Springs Range, NV
86 (MSN 617, B-10BM) of 351st SS.  In accident when it ground looped Sep 30, 1941 Las Vegas, NV
87 (MSN 618) damaged in ground loop after landing at Maxwell Field, Alabama Jul 26, 1940.
88 (MSN 619, RB-10B) TT Detachment w/o when it had a stall-spin accident
Oct 14, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines.
89 (MSN 620) converted to B-10BM.  Lost control and stalled (pilot bailed out) and spun into ground at 
Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN.  w/o Jun 6, 1926 at Syosset, NY
90 (MSN 621) destroyed in fatal midair collision 20 mi N of Jacksonville, FL Jul 5, 1940
91 (MSN 622, B-10M) of 3rd OS w/o when crashed after stalled and
spun in at Back River, Langley Field, VA Mar 6, 1941.
94 (MSN 625, B-10BM) 33rd SS Damaged Jun 4, 1942 when it had a
mechanical failure landing accident at Chanute Field, IL
95 (MSN 626) damaged when caught fire on ground at Langley Field, VA Aug 31, 1936
96 (MSN 627) destroyed when engine failed and force landed at Naranjas Point, Panama Jul 2, 1938.
97 (MSN 628) destroyed when engine failed and force landed in James River near Clairmont, VA Oct 21, 1936.
98 (MSN 629, RB-10B) with 79th BS, 45th BG damaged Sep 4, 1941
in landing ground loop accident at Manchester AAB, NH
99 (MSN 630, B-10M) with 33rd SS.  W/o Mar 18, 1941 in takeoff accident at Lowry Field, CO
100 (MSN 631) damaged when crashed on landing at Rhinelander, WI Jun 1, 1939
101 (MSN 632) with 88th SS, ACAFS.  W/o Jul 9, 1941 in landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA
102 (MSN 633) crashed on landing at Loakan Field, Baguio, Philippines Oct 8, 1940.
103 (MSN 634, RB-10B) assigned to 7th Tow Target Squadron at March
Field, CA.  W/o Jun 17, 1943 in landing accident at Bicycle Lake, CA
104 (MSN 635) damaged when engine failed and force landed at Panama Canal, Balboa, Canal Zone Sep 20, 1937
105 (MSN 636, B-10BM) in accident Jul 15, 1942 at March Field, CA
106 (MSN 637) crashed after engine failure and burned out 5 mi W of West Point, VA Aug 13, 1936.  Crew killed.
107 (MSN 638) pilot bailed out after midair structural failure and crashed at Denbeigh, VA Jul 25, 1936
108 (MSN 639, B-10BM) in accident Jan 26, 1942 20 mi NW of Las Vegas,
NV.  W/o Mar 23, 1942 in accident at Indian Springs, NV
110 (MSN 641) damaged when crashed on landing at Middletown, Pa May 17, 1938
111 (MSN 642, B-10BM) crashed 5 mi N of Fall City, WA Feb 11, 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
112 (MSN 643) damaged when crashed on landing at Hamilton Field, CA Aug 14, 1937
113 (MSN 644) destroyed when engine failed and force landed on highway E of Middletown, PA Sep 4, 1935.
114 (MSN 645, RB-10BM) assigned to 7th Tow Target Squadron at March
Field, CA damaged Feb 26, 1943 when it had a forced landing at March Field
due to engine failure.  W/o May 7, 1943 when it had a landing
accident due to mechanical failure at Bicycle Lake, CAl
35-1 ... 35-50
Consolidated P-30A 
Redesignated PB-2A before delivery
1 (TPB-2A) crashed May 25, 1936 near Bellbrook, OH.  Pilot Maj. Hezekiah McClellan killed.
2 surveyed Sept 8, 1941
3 damaged when engine failed and force landed near Wendell, NC Mar 28, 1939.  surveyed Oct 28, 1940
4 destroyed when engine failed and force landed 3 mi E of Logan Field, MD Dec 13, 1938.  Surveyed Feb 23, 1939
5 damaged when flew into bad weather, ran out of fuel and force landed at High Point, NC Sep 3, 1938.
Surveyed Sept 1940
6 wrecked Jul 1, 1939, Maxwell Field
7 converted to single-seat configuration.
Wrecked Jun 15, 1940 when flew into turbulent
weather and entered spin.  Pilot bailed out OK.
8 crashed Camp Kearney, CA Apr 21, 1936 when went into non-recoverable spin. Pilot bailed out
OK, passenger Lt. Lawrence R. Olmsted killed.
9 w/o Aug 7, 1937 at Gangley Field, VA.  Surveyed Oct 1937.
10 crashed on takeoff at Bolling Field, DC Jan 23, 1939.  Surveyed May 1939
11 damaged when flew into bad weather, ran out of fuel and force landed on Brown Summit, NC Sep 3, 1938.
Surveyed Sept 1940
12 (8 PG, 33 PS) wrecked while instrument flying at Ocean View, VA Dec 22, 1938.  Pilot killed.
13 damaged when force landed E of Acco, VA Oct 31, 1938 due to engine failure.  Surveyed 1940
14 lost control, stalled (pilot bailed out) and spun into ground at Baker, CA May 19, 1937.
15 engine failed on takeoff and crashed S of Camp Steel, Oscoda, MI Sep 23, 1936.  Surveyed Jul 21, 1941
16 ???
17 surveyed Oct 8, 1941
18 crashed on landing at Maxwell Field, AL Feb 12, 1940.  Surveyed Sept 26, 1940
19 surveyed Sept 26, 1940
20 caught fire in midair and crashed near Otsego, MI Aug 18, 1936.  Both crew killed.
21 caught fire in flight and wrecked Jun 27, 1941. Pilot bailed out OK.
22 surveyed 
23 wrecked when force landed N of Burlington, WV Sep 3, 1940 due to engine failure.  Also listed as w/o
Jul 8, 1939 at Maxwell Field, AL
24 surveyed
25 caught fire in flight and destroyed Jan 12, 1938 when crashed near Langley Field, VA.  Pilot bailed out
26 surveyed Jun 2, 1942
27 surveyed
28 surveyed 1941
29 dropped from inventory Aug 17, 1940
30 surveyed Dec 13, 1941
31 dropped from inventory Sept 26 1940
32 surveyed Sept 13, 1941.  Also listed as w/o Jun 29, 1941 at Byron, OH
33 surveyed Sept 26, 1941.
34 surveyed Nov 18, 1941
35 surveyed Sept 22, 1940
36 surveyed Sept 22, 1940
37 (8th PG/33 PS) destroyed at Muroc Lake, CA May 21, 1937.  Pilot bailed out
38 surveyed Sept 22, 1940
39 wrecked and destroyed at Chesapeake Beach Mar 24, 1939
40 crashed on takeoff at Langley Field, VA Sep 9, 1937.  dropped from inventory Sept 27, 1940
41 dropped from inventory Sept 27, 1940
42 damaged when flew into bad weather and force landed at Browns Summit, NC Sep 3, 1938.  Surveyed Dec 3, 1941
43 in wheels-up landing at Selfridge Field, MI Jun 16, 1940.  Dropped from inventory Sept 14, 1940.
44 surveyed Nov 16, 1941.
45 wrecked on Sept 3, 1938 and destroyed.
46 surveyed Oct 23, 1940
47 dropped from inventory Sept 26, 1940
48 surveyed Jan 26, 1940
49 wrecked at Maxwell Field, AL Sept 22, 1930.
50 destroyed at Langley Field Dec 11, 1937.  Crew killed
35-51 ... 35-160
Northrop A-17
MSN 44, 75/183
51 (MSN 44) Northrop Gamma 2F delivered to USAAC for evaluation Oct 6, 1934. Returned to Northrop for modifications.
Delivered to USAAC as A-17 Jul 27, 1935.  Damaged in forced landing Columbus, OH Nov 2, 1939.
52 crashed near Wright Field, Ohio May 17, 1936 when entered a spin.  Crew killed.
53 crashed near Paris, IL May 6, 1937.
56 SOC Nov 10, 1941 after accident at Isla Grand Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico Jul 18, 1941.
57 damaged when crashed on landing at St Paul, MN Jun 7, 1949
58 (MSN 81) w/o Jul 28 1943 at Sherman Field, KS
59 SOC after accident Nov 11, 1943.
60 (MSN 83) damaged when crashed on landing at Springfield, MO Jun 13, 1936.  Repaired.  
W/o Jun 30, 1944 at Miami, FL
61 (MSN 84) accident at Devils Slide, UT Apr 4, 1941.  SOC Apr 29, 1941
63 (MSN 86) W/o Apr 17, 1939 at Palacioa, TX
64 destroyed in fatal midair collision over Davis Mesa, Colfax County, New Mexico Oct 8 1939.
65 (MSN 88) badly damaged in ground collision with 35-067 at Barksdale Field, LA Oct 16, 1936.  W/o Jul 25, 1941
at Goldendale, WA.  SOC Aug 20, 1941.
66 (MSN 89) damaged in accident at Truckee, CA Jun 27, 1941.  SOC Jul 24, 1941.
67 (MSN 90) damaged in ground collision with 35-065 Oct 16, 1936.  Repaired, W/o Jan 29, 1943
at Yakima, WA.  SOC Feb 14, 1943.
68 flew into bad weather and hit houses at Austin, TX Dec 7, 1937.  Crew killed
69 (MSN 92) W/o Oct 10, 1942 at Towanda Airport, PA 
70 (MSN 93)  W/o Dec 26, 1941 at Blain, PA
71 crashed on landing at Randolph Field, Texas Mar 5, 1940.
72 in accident Feb 3, 1941.
73 (MSN 96) w/o Jul 5, 1938 at Kelly Field, Texas.  SOC after accident Dec 21, 1938.
74 in accident Sept 11, 1936.
75 crashed in bad weather near March Field, CA Sept 11, 1936.  Pilot killed.
76 (MSN 99) W/o Oct 25, 1941 at Morganton, GA
77 in accident Oct 31, 1940
78 (MSN 101) damaged when crashed on landing at Kelly Field, Texas Aug 31, 1938.  W/o Jun 23, 1939 at March Field, CA
79 damaged when force landed due to engine failure at cornfield, Dubberley, LA Jan 19, 1940
81 (MSN 104) damaged when crashed on landing at Kelly Field, Texas Jan 18, 1939.  
W/o May 5, 1942 at Morris Field, NC
82 stalled and spun into sea off Nombred de Dios, Panama Jul 9, 1940.  Crew killed.
84 in accident May 19, 1942.
85 in accident Sept 24, 1941.
86 in accident Jan 26, 1942.  W/o in landing accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Jul 31, 1943
87 in accident Apr 23, 1940.
88 damaged in ground loop after landing at March Field,, CA Jul 21, 1936
89 in accident Oct 17, 1941.
90 in accident Nov 5, 1941.
91 damaged on landing at Saugus, CA Aug 3, 1936.  SOC Apr 1943.
92 in landing accident at Oceanside, CA Sept 15, 1936.  Repaired, accident Aug 25, 1943.
94 (MSN 117) W/o Jun 23, 1940 at March Field, CA
95 (MSN 118)  W/o Feb 28, 1942 at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico
97 crashed in bad weather at Chesha Mountain, AL Jan 1, 1937.  Crew killed
99 w/o in accident May 4, 1943.
102 damaged in taxiing accident at Wright Field, OH Nov 3, 1942.
103 in accident Aug 1, 1937.
104 (MSN 127) W/o  Aug 1, 1937 at Fort Hoyle, MD
105 (MSN 128) W/o 18 Aug 1937 at Maidens, VA.  In accident Oct 11, 1937.
106 crashed attempting wheels-down landing on beach at Coos Bay, OR Mar 9, 1941.  Pilot killed, passenger OK
107 (MSN 130) W/o Aug 21, 1940 at Camp Skeel, MI.  in accident Oct 22, 1940.
108 (MSN 131) W/o Apr  22, 1943 at Hunter Field, GA.  SOC May 13, 1943.
109 w/o in accident Oct 19, 1940 when flew into ground at Alta, Utah.  Crew killed.
110 (MSN 133) W/o 12 Jun 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI.
111 w/o in accident Jan 15, 1942
112 (MSN 135) in accident 1Nov 17, 1941 at Bear Canyon, NM.   W/o Feb 4, 1942.
115 (MSN 138) W/o May 17, 1944 at Horeb, WI
116 w/o in accident Jan 16, 1942.
117 (MSN 140) in accident May 25, 1940 at Dodge City, KS.  W.o Jun 6, 1940.
118 (MSN 141) W/o Aug 11, 1943 at Raco, MI .  SOC Aug 12, 1943
119 flew into bad weather and crashed at Warrenton, GA Feb 6, 1938.  Crew killed.
120 in midair collision over Range B, Barksdale Field, LA Jul 24, 1937
122 loaned to NACA for laminar flow airfoil experiments, returned, SOC Aug 1, 1943.
123 ground loop after landing at Salt Lake City, Utah Dec 8, 1940
124 (MSN 147) W/o Feb 7, 1941 at Palm Springs, CA
125 SOC Sep 23, 1943.
127 damaged on landing at Athens, GA Mar 26, 1937.
128 SOC Jun 10, 1942.
129 SOC Feb 8, 1942.
130 (MSN 153) W/o Jan 27, 1942 at Chame, Panama.  SOC Feb 2, 1942.
131 (MSN 154) crashed 2 mi W of Boquete, Canal Zone Jul 24, 1942.  SOC Nov 12, 1942.
132 nosed up while taxiing at Biggs Fld, TX Feb 21, 1937.
133 (MSN 156) crashed Jan 15, 1937 at Clyde Ranch, CA.
134 crashed on takeoff at Albrook Field Sep 11, 1943
135 crashed Mar 27, 1937 on S. slope of Mt. McKinley,
CA.  Pilot killed.
136 in accident at Parita Bay, Canal Zone Jan 2, 1942.
137 SOC Sept 28, 1940.
138 ground loop after landing at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Nov 8, 1940
141 SOC Aug 8, 1943.
142 stalled and spun into ground at France Field, Canal Zone Aug 6, 1940.  Crew killed.  SOC Aug 14, 1940.
143 SOC Jan 6, 1942
145 (MSN 168) W/o  May 2, 1942 at Lambert Field, MO.  SOC Jul 21, 1942.
146 SOC Jan 1, 1942.
147 in forced landing at Corona, CA Nov 12, 1936.  Destroyed Dec 13, 1941 near Richmond, IN.
148 w/o after engine failure Mar 25, 1937 at Messick, VA
149 (MSN 172) in accident Sep 7, 1941 at Greencastle, IN.  W/o after accident Sept 20, 1941.
151 w/o Mar 10, 1942 after accident at Cochran, GA Jan 30, 1942.
154 crashed on landing at Correy Field, Pensacola FL Mar 2, 1937
155 (MSN 178) W/o Mar 27, 1942 in Gulf of Mexico, off Sarasota, FL.  SOC Apr 1, 1942.
156 stalled and spun into ground at Timmosville, SC Jun 26, 1937, killing both crew members.
157 crashed on takeoff at Camp Davis, NC Jul 14, 1943.
158 damaged when crashed on landing at Jackson, MS Sep 14, 1938
160 (MSM 183) W/o Oct 8, 1940 at Lake Point, UT.  SOC after accident Oct 23, 1940.
35-161 ... 35-231
Douglas O-46A
MSN 1423/1493
162 damaged in forced landing after engine failure 2 mi N of New Madrid, MO Nov 10, 1937
166 damaged when crashed on landing at Syracuse Airport, NY Nov 17, 1939.  Also listed as having broken up
in flight and crashed SE of Smihson, IL Aug 13, 1936, crew killed.
167 (MSN 1429) W/o Feb 19, 1941 at Chanute Field, IL
169 (MSN 1431)  W/o Feb 11, 1938 at McCloud Field, CA
172 (MSN 1434)  W/o Sep 10, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
174 damaged when ground looped after landing at Lowry Field, CO Sep 14, 1940
175 (MSN 1437) W/o Jul 29, 1941 at Mt Pinatubo, Philippines
176 flew into ground and burned N of Pope Field, NC Jan 21, 1938.  Crew killed.
177 (MSN 1439) crashed on takeoff at Niagra Falls, NY May 5 1938. 
178 in midair collision near Point Pleasant, PA Feb 19, 1937
179 in USAF Museum, OH
180 (MSN 1442) W/o May 23, 1941 at Watsonville, CA
182 crashed on takeoff at Wheeler-Sack Field, Pine Camp, NY Oct 30, 1941
184 (MSN 1446) W/o Dec 21, 1941 at Wheeler-Sack Field, NY
186 damaged when crashed on landing at Ellensburg, WA Feb 16, 1937
188 crashed on takeoff at Brooks Field, Texas Jul 7, 1941
189 crashed Harlingen AGS, Texas Dec 6, 1942
190 destroyed in fatal midair collision over Round Lake, NY Aug 9, 1939
191 engine failed and force landed Oct 26, 1938
192 destroyed when pilot flew into bad weather, pilot bailed out, and plane crashed 10 mi E of Fort Lewis, WA
Jan 10, 1940.
194 crashed on takeoff at Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Nov 18, 1936
195 crashed on takeoff at Laurel Airport, Laurel, MS Jul 29, 1938
196 (MSN 1458) W/o Oct 25, 1941 at Lahug Field, Philippines
197 crshed at Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA Aug 3, 1942.
198 (MSN 1460)  W/o May 22, 1941 at March Field, CA
199 damaged when crashed on takeoff at Mitchel Field, NY Jul 9, 1937
200 crashed on takeoff at night at Miller Field, Staten Island, NY Sep 29, 1940
201 stalled and spun into South Bay, Hudson, NY Sep 23, 1938.  Crew killed.
202 (MSN 1464) W/o Nov 5,  1941 at Olmsted Field, PA
203 (MSN 1465) W/o Jan 2, 1943 at Shumans, PA 
204 crashed Rubinkam Airport, IL Mar 25, 1942
206 (MSN 1468) damaged when crashed on landing at Chanute Field, IL Oct 12, 1937.  W/o Feb 6, 1941 at Brooks Field, TX
207 (MSN 1469) damaged when flew into bad weather and force landed 2 mi E of Hillsville, VA May 25, 1938.
W/o Feb 25, 1943 at Biloxi, MS
208 crashed on takeoff at Philadelphia, PA Dec 31, 1938
210 flew into ground at Hennepin, IL Jan 11, 1937.  Crew killed.
211 (MSN 1473) W/o  Aug 14, 1941 at East Wareham, MA
212 (MSN 1474) W/o Nov 19, 1941 at Souther Pines, NC
214 (MSN 1476) W/o Jan 19, 1942 at Millbury, MA 
215 (MSN 1477) crashed at Millbury, MA Jan 19, 1942.  W/o Dec 3, 1942 at Biggs Field, TX 
217 last Douglas observation monoplane in service, donated to a school Jan 1946
218 (MSN 1480) W/o Sep 28, 1942 at Gallatin Airport, TN 
222 damaged when flew into bad weather and force landed on Empire Race Track, Yonkers, NY Jun 6, 1937
224 flew into ground 5 mi N of Sparta, TN Nov 13, 1938.  Crew killed.
227 (MSN 1489) W/o Dec 20, 1941 at Detrick Field, MD
230 crashed at Atlantic City, NJ Aug 22, 1942
35-232 ... 35-246
Martin B-10B
MSN 647/661
232 (MSN 647) (2 OS, 4th CG) in landing accident at Del Monte, Mindanao, Philippines Sep 18, 1941
233 (MSN 648) force landed after engine failure 16 mi SW of Somerset, PA Jul 11, 1940.  Crew killed.
235 (MSN 650) damaged at Las Vegas Army Gunnery School, Las Vegas AAF, NV Nov 18, 1942
236 (MSN 651) 97 OS w/o after forced landing after engine failure at Palacios, TX Jun 23, 1941.
237 (MSN 652) w/o May 29, 1942 NE of Las Vegas AAF, NV
238 (MSN 653) TT Detachment crashed in belly landing due to mechanical failure Oct 17, 1941
at Nichols Field, Philippines
239 (MSN 654) converted to B-10BM.  In accident Sep 4, 1940 at Kelly Field, Texas
240 (MSN 655) damaged Feb 3, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
241 (MSN 656) damaged at Langley Field, VA Mar 25, 1942
242 (MSN 657) stalled and spun into ground at Hillsgrove Airport, Rhode Island Sep 22, 1936.  Crew killed.
243 (MSN 658) damaged at Yakima, WA Aug 2, 1942
244 (MSN 659) crashed 11 mi NE of McClellan Field, CA Feb 3, 1942.
245 (MSN 660) converted to B-10BM.  Damaged at Hunter Field, GA Jul 6, 1942
246 (MSN 661) converted to B-10BM.  Damaged in landing accident at Mitchell Field, NY May 21, 1941
35-247 ... 35-276
Seversky BT-8 
247 (62 Sch Sqn) in midair collision and crashed 10 mi N of San Antonio, TX Jan 25, 1939
248 (63 Sch Sqn) crashed 3 mi from Houston city center, TX Jun 6, 1940.
249 (52 Sch Sqn) damaged when ground looped after landing at Randolph Field, Texas Oct 3, 1936
250 (63 ABG) crashed 18 mi N of San Antonio, TX Dec 2, 1940.  Crew killed.
251 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 22, 1937
252 (63 Sch Sqn) damaged when collided with BT-8 35-256 after landing at Kelly Field, Texas Jun 19, 1939.
253 (63 Sch Sqn) crashed on landing at Kelly Field, Texas Jul 27, 1937
254 (62 Sch Sqn) in midair collision with 35-261 and crashed 2 mi S of Dilley, TX Aug 15, 1938.
255 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 23 mi W of Junction, TX Aug 15, 1937.  Pilot bailed out
256 (63 Sch Sqn) collided with BT-8 35-252 after landing at Kelly Field, TX Jun 19, 1939.  W/o Oct 31, 1939. 
258 (2 Staff Sqn) damaged when crashed on landing at Bolling Field, DC Dec 17, 1936
260 (1 Staff Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Bolling Field, DC Jul 21, 1937.
261 (62 Sch Sqn) in midair collison with 35-254 and crashed 2 mi S of Dilley, TX Aug 15, 1938
262 (62 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 14, 1938
263 (62 Sch Sqn) damaged in ground loop after landing at Howard Hughes Airport, Houston, Texas Apr 20, 1940
264 (62 Sch Sqn) crashed 2 mi W of Camp Bullis, TX Aug 30, 1939.  Crew killed
265 (62 Sch Sqn) damaged when ground looped after landing at Kelly Field, Texas Apr 26, 1939
268 W/o Dec 8, 1936 at Randolph Field, TX
269 (61 Sch Sqn) deamaged Sep 15, 1936 at Randolph Field, Texas, repaired.  W/o at Navasota, TX Aug 9, 1937.
270 (62 Sqn Sqn) forcelanded near Dudley, TX Jun 22, 1940.
271 (62 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 8, 1939.
272 (62 Sch Sqn) crashed at Mineral Wells, TX Jan 18, 1939.
274 (60 Sch Sqn) crashed 4 mi E of Mico, TXC Nov 27, 1940.
275 W/o Jul 7, 1938 at Kelly Field, TX
276 (52 Sch Sqn) w/o when collided with another aircraft after landing at Randolph Field, TX Dec 3, 1936.
35-278 ... 35-278
Kellett YG-1
Commercial Model KD-1 ordered by USAAC for tests.  Often seen (erroneously) in FY 1934 lists.  
Assigned to Bolling Field, DC.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia 
Jan 3, 1936 to mAY 26, 1936.  Registered as NACA 89.  Assigned to Pope Field, North Carolina.
Pilot bailed out after mid-air structural failure and crashed at Fort Knox, KY Jun 16, 1937
35-279 ... 35-279
Pitcairn XG-2 
Model PA.33 Autogiro.  MSN K-90.  Registered NX14776.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Virginia Dec 17, 1935.  Registered as NACA 88.  Pilot and engineer bailed out after midair rotor 
structural failure and crashed 2 mi SE of Langley Field, VA Mar 30, 1936.  Was the first successful bail-out
from a rotary-winged aircraft.
36-2 ... 36-27
Stearman PT-13
MSN 750001/750026
2 to N53226
3 to N4900V, wfu
4 to N68492.  To Canadian user Feb 24, 1993
5 to N2852D.  WFU Jul 20, 2009
6 w/o Sep 6, 1939 at East St Louis, IL
7 to N57259
8 to N75007
9 W/o Jul 27, 1942 at Santa Maria, CA 
10 to N62546
11 to N62955
12 W/o Apr 5, 1941 at Banning Aux Field, CA
14 W/o Nov 24, 1937 at Randolph Field, TX
15 to N68378
16 W/o Jul 31, 1939 at Parks Airport, East St Louis, IL
17 W/o Jan 5, 1939 at Randolph Field, TX
18 W/o 2 Sep 1942 at Orcutt, CA; repaired; wfu; to N56760; current 2011
19 W/o Apr 24, 1944 at Santa Maria, CA
20 W/o Jan 28, 1940 at Dupo, IL
22 to N62906
23 W/o Aug 9, 1939 at East St Louis, IL
24 to N56628
25 to N67228
26 to N56061
27 to N56579
36-70 ... 36-87
Douglas C-33
MSN 1503/1520 (DC-2-145).  Military cargo version of DC-2.
70 (MSN 1503) delivered May 22, 1936.  Converted to C-38 as aerodynamic prototype for C-39.
W/o Feb 13, 1943.  To CL-26 at Bush Field, Georgia Feb 1945
71 (MSN 1504) delivered Sep 2, 1936.  To 5 Trp Sqdn Sep 17, 1940.  To CL-26 Feb 26, 1942.
To Chicago Institute of Aeronautics May 19, 1942
72 (MSN 1505) delivered Sep 12, 1936.  WFU Sep 4, 1942
73 (MSN 1506) delivered Sep 29, 1936.  W/o Jun 16, 1942 at John Rogers Airport, HI.  WFU Aug 10, 1942
74 (MSN 1507) delivered Oct 1, 1936.  To 3. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  WFU May 26, 1943
75 (MSN 1508) delivered Oct 6, 1936.  To 1. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.   WFU Dec 31, 1943
76 (MSN 1509) delivered Oct 9, 1936.  To 2. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  To DSC for sale to
TACA as YV-AZI
77 (MSN 1510) delivered Oct 22, 1936. Condemned Dec 13, 1943
78 (MSN 1511) delivered Oct 23, 1936.  Crashed at Puntarenas, Costa Rica Dec 7, 1940.
79 (MSN 1512) crashed 30 mi W of Des Moines, IA Dec 23, 1941.
80 (MSN 1513) delivered Nov  5, 1936.  To 3. Tpt Sqdn Jun 1940.  Crashed Hill Field,
Ogden, Utah Apr 27, 1942
81 (MSN 1514) delivered Nov 12, 1936.  Crashed Clay Springs, Arizona May 7, 1937
82 (MSN 1515) delivered Nov 18, 1936.  Crashed Hill Field, Ogden, UT Mar 16, 1942.  To Class 26 Apr 9, 1942
83 (MSN 1516) delivered Nov 30, 1936.  Condemned Mar 31, 1942
84 (MSN 1517) delivered Nov 27, 1936.  To 1. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  W/o Mar 22, 1942.  To CL-26 at Spokane
Dec 31, 1943
85 (MSN 1518) delivered Dec 4, 1936.  Crashed at Hill Field, Ogden, Utah May 8, 1943
86 (MSN 1519) delivered Jan 8, 1937.  To 3. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  To CL-26 Aug 27, 1943.
To Aero Ind Tech Inst.
87 (MSN 1520) delivered Jan 6, 1937.  To 6. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  WFU Aug 27, 1943
36-88 ... 36-127
North American BT-9A
88 MSN 19-4
89/96 MSN 19-12/19
97/111 MSN 19-35/49
112/127 MSN 19-68/83
88 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia 1937.
W/o Jun 24, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
89  W/o Oct 12, 1936 at Wheatland, TX
90 W/o Nov 28, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
91 W/o Dec 20, 1936 at Mabie, WV
92 w/o Feb 1939
94 W/o Jul 12, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
96 W/o May 8, 1939 at Miami, FL
97 W/o May 15, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
99 W/o Nov 26, 1937 at Spirit Lake, WA
103 W/o Nov 20, 1939 at Lavernia, TX
104 W/o Nov 29, 1936 at Menlo Park, CA
106 W/o 21 Jul 1937 at Campbellsburg, KY
111 W/o Nov 22, 1936 at Cincinatti, OH
112 W/o Feb 20, 1939 at Bowman Field, KY
114 W/o Nov 24, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
118  W/o Feb 27, 1937 at Chicago, IL
119 W/o Aug 9, 1938 at Jackson, MS
120 W/o Jun 19, 1942 at Seguin, TX 
122 W/o Aug 11, 1940 at Benton, AR
125 W/o Mar 13, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
36-162 ... 36-261
Northrop A-17A
MSN 189/288
Following urgent pleas from the French after the German invasion, 93 of these aircraft were released by the US for resale to France. 
Ferried to Halifax, Nova Scotia using ferry registrations NX-N... for embarkation on the French carrier Béarn.
However, the carrier had already sailed and the French had signed an armistice.  61 aircraft were shipped to UK, 
the remainder were assigned to the RCAF.   RAF serials AB541/AB633 were allocated but NTU.   RCAF serials 3490/3521. 
RAF serials allocated on arrival UK were AS440/AS462, AS958/AS976 and AW420/AW438.   Declared obsolete, most of the 
UK aircraft were shipped to South Africa, SAAF serials 1221/1251, 1253/1257 and 1263/1269.
AW421 remained in UK, becoming GIA 2670M.   AS440, AS448/AS451, AS453, AS455, AS459/AS460, AS961/AS962, 
AS967/AS968, AS971, AS975, AW423 & AW425 were all sunk and lost at sea en-route to South Africa.
163 w/o in accident Mar 22, 1940.
164/167 returned to Douglas Jun 21, 1940 for resale to France.
164 w/o Jan 6, 1944 at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD
168 w/o in accident Apr 21, 1938
169 w/o in accident May 1, 1940
170,171 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to Fran ce.
172 w/o in accident Sept 2, 1938
173 w/o in accident Aug 28, 1940
174/183 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
184 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia for engine cowling experiments 
Feb 13, 1939 to Jun 11, 1939.  regitered as NACA 132.  	Assigned to USAAC at Langley Field, VA.
Returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France.
185 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia 1937.  Returned to Douglas Jun 1940 
for resale to France
187/189 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France.
190 w/o in accident Apr 22, 1940
191 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
192 w/o in accident Oct 30, 1940
193, 195, 196 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
197 w/o in accident Mar 30, 1938
198, 199, 201, 202 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
203 w/o in accident Apr 21, 1938
204 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
205 SOC May 31, 1944
206 w/o in accident Mar 20, 1941
207 (MSN 234) on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
209 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
210 w/o in accident Jan 31, 1938
211/213 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
214 SOC Aug 1944
215 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
216 w/o in accident May 18, 1940
217/221 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
222 SOC Oct 31, 1944
223/228 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
229 w/o in accident Jan 3, 1940
230 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
231 SOC Jul 25, 1942
232,233 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
234 SOC Aug 8, 1944
235/239 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
240 SOC Sep 25, 1943
241 w/o in accident Jul 31, 1940.
242/244 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
245 crashed into administration building of Lick Observatory on
Mt Hamilton near San Jose, CA May 21, 1939.  Pilot and
passenger killed.
246/248 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
250/256 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
257 SOC Aug 15, 1943
258 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
259 w/o in accident Oct 19, 1938
260 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
261 w/o in crash Feb 21, 1941 during night flight near Athens, OH.
36-262 ... 36-343
Douglas B-18
MSN 1650/1731
263 (MSN 1651) to  USAAC 350th BU at Scott Field, Belleville, IL.  W/o in landing 
accident Jun 9, 1944 at Chicago MAP, IL
265 (MSN 1653) W/o Jun 10, 1938 at Delevan, IL
266 (MSN 1654) W/o  Jun 27, 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA
267 (MSN 1655) W/o Jan 15, 1942 at Fresno AB, CA 
269 (MSN 1657) w/o near Coolidge Field, Antigua Sep 14, 1942
270 (MSN 1658) (5th BG) destroyed Hickam Field, Dec 7, 1941
274 (MSN 1662) W/o Aug 30, 1943 at Portsmouth, OH 
275 (MSN 1663) converted to B-18M.  (23rd TTS) w/o in taxiing accident at Managua-Las Mercedes,
Nicaragua May 14, 1944
276 (MSN 1664) w/o in crash Dec 9, 1942 at Boerne, TX.
277 (MSN 1665) to unknown US civil register, then to XB-NOC
278 (MSN 1666) W/o Feb 24, 1943 at MacDill Field, FL
281 (MSN 1669) converted to B-18M 
282 (MSN 1670) with 3rd BS, 6th BG damaged in landing accident at Rio Hato Gunnery Camp, Canal Zone Jan 5, 1941.
283 (MSN 1671) with 75th BS at Albrook Field, CZ. W/o in fatal
crash 6 mi NNE of El Valle, Panama Jun 9, 1941.
286 (MSN 1674) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1945 as GIA at the Aviation Technical School.
288 (MSN 1676)  W/o  Sep 12, 1941 at Hickam Field, HI
290 (MSN 1678) to RB-18M.  With 89 Svc Sqdn damaged at Barksdale Field, Louisiana Oct 8, 1941.
291 (MSN 1679) (59th BS) forcelanded at Hato, Cuarcao, Dutch West
Indies Feb 19, 1943
292 (MSN 1680) W/o Oct 18, 1943 at Strasburg, CO 
293 (MSN 1681) W/o Oct 12, 1938 at Langley Field, VA
299 (MSN 1687) w/o in crash at Safre, Canal Zone Jan 21, 1942
300 (MSN 1688) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1942.  Later as FAB 5026.
301 (MSN 1689) with 16th RS at Boise, ID.  W/o in fatal crash Jun 8, 1941, 15 mi E of Lyman, WY
306 (MSN 1694) (31st ABG) crashed Dec 12, 1941 in Sierra Nevada Mountains, 
south of Bishop, CA.  All aboard killed.  Aircraft not
located until Jul 5, 1942. 
307 (MSN 1695) while assigned to 38H, 6th BH at Albrook Field, CZ
w/o in forced landing Mar 14, 1941 at Lake Gatum, CZ.
308 (MSN 1696) w/o in crash at Beane Field, St Lucis, BWI Feb 24, 1942.
309 (MSN 1697) (59th BS) ditched off British West Indies Feb 23, 1943.
311 (MSN 1699) with 6th ABS, 5th ABG at Fort Douglass, UT w/o
when crew bailed out due to bad weather 4 mi W of Park
City, UT Nov 17, 1941
317 (MSN 1705) damaged in forced landing at Newark, Ohio Jul 25, 1941
318 (MSN 1706) assigned as air taxi with solid nose.  Redes as RB-18 on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 16 Jul 1942. Scrapped Oct 1943.
319 (MSN 1707) W/o Jul 31, 1940 at San Carlos, Panama
325 with 17th ABS, 18th ABG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
333 (MSN 1721) W/o 10 Nov 1941 at Hickam Field, HI
335 burned in hangar at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941
337 (MSN 1725) W/o Aug 5, 1942 at Bellows Field, Oahu, HI 
338 (19th BG) shot down by fighters off Java Feb 2, 1942. 6 crew KIA.
343 (19th BG) escaped Philippines to Australia.  Used as hack by 4th Air Depot Gp.
Also operated as VH-CCB by 21st TCS Feb-Oct 1942.  Scrapped after Oct 1943.
36-345 ... 36-346
Douglas YC-34
MSN 1415,1416.  DC-2-173 for USAAC
Personnel transport version of C-33.  Used by Secretary Of War at Bolling Field until 9/42.
345 (MSN 1415) delivered Apr 25, 1936.  Damaged at Hendricks, Florida Jan 3, 1943.
To CL-26 Mar 20, 1943
346 (MSN 1416) delivered Mar 1, 1936.  Damaged at Brookley, Alabama Dec 29, 1942 and to RFC Gulfport Mar 20, 1944. 
Scrapped Jan 4, 1945
36-347 ... 36-348
Martin B-10B
Assembled from spare parts and salvage at Middletown Air Depot, PA
as replacement aircraft
347 w/o in accident Jul 10, 1942, Indian Springs, NV
348 W/o in accident Jul 10, 1942, Presque Isle Airport, ME
36-354 ... 36-429
Seversky P-35
354 W/o Jul 31, 1941 at Wright Field, OH
355 W/o May 4, 1940 at McComb, MS
356 W/o Nov 2, 1940 at Oscoda, MI
357 to Class 26 at Chanute Field 1943
361 W/o Nov 2, 1940 at Oscoda, MI
363 W/o Sep 17, 1940 at Selfridge Field, MI
365 W/o Jun 27, 1941 at Richmond, IN
367 W/o  Dec 7, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
368 W/o Aug 25, 1938 at Tawas, MI
369 W/o Jan 12, 1940 at Wiley Ford, WV
371 W/o Apr 26, 1938 at Utica, MI
372 W/o Mar 4, 1939 at Parkhill, Canada
373 W/o Apr 24, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
374 W/o Aug 25, 1938 at Tawas, MI
376 w/o Jul 4, 1942 at Furniss Fiield, AL
379 W/o Feb 24, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
382 W/o Apr 30, 1942 at Craig Field, AL 
383 W/o Aug  16, 1940 at Nashville, TN
384 W/o Aug 16, 1940 at Nashville, TN
386 W/o Oct  17, 1941 at Jackson, GA
387 W/o Apr 10, 1938 at Athens, PA
388 W/o Oct 16, 1939 at Selfridge Field, MI
389 W/o May 26, 1941 at Bowman Field, KY
393 W/o Apr 9, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
394 W/o Apr 3, 1942 at Foster Field, TX 
397 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Apr 7, 1939.
W/o May 4, 1940 at McComb, MS
398 W/o Jul 14, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
399 W/o Apr 3, 1940 at Cleveland, OH
400 W/o Sep 20, 1940 at Oscoda, MI
401 W/o Apr 22, 1942 at Foeter Field, TX 
404 was on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH in markings of 94 
Pursuit Squadron.  Now presented as "17" as flown by 1st Lt "Buzz" Wagner as CO of the
17th Pursuit Squadron in Philippines ca 1941.
408 W/o Mar 12, 1940 at Wright Field, OH
409 W/o Aug 11, 1938 at Selfridge Field, MI
410 W/o Sep 6, 1939 at Kelly Field, TX
413 W/o Jan 9, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
416 W/o Dec 30, 1941 at Charleston, SC
417 W/o Nov 27, 1939 at Roseville, MI
420 W/o Jun 19, 1941 at Capac, MI
421 W/o Jan 13, 1942 at Baton Rouge, LA
422 W/o Feb 19, 1939 at Santa Fe Lake, FL
423 W/o Jun 10, 1938 at Glencoe, Canada
424 W/o Mar 7, 1940 at Utica, MI
426 W/o 8 Aug 1941 at Panacea, FL
427 W/o Feb 19, 1939 at Santa Fe Lake, FL
429 W/o 11 Apr 1939 at Selfridge Field, MI
36-430 ... 36-430
Seversky XP-41
Last aircraft on P-35 contract, delivered as XP-41.  Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia May 10, 1939.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Dec 10 1940 to Apr 3, 1942
Wfu Apr 1942
36-431 ... 36-446
Douglas B-18
MSN 1732/1747
437 (MSN 1738) W/o  Sep 12, 1941 at Hickam Field, HI
440  (MSN 1741) W/o Aug 26, 1941 at Aparri, Philippines
446 (11th BG) crashed on training flight due to main bearing failure on port engine at
Waimanu, Hawaii Feb 25, 1941.  Crew rescued 3 days later.
Aircraft landed at edge of ravine and has since dropped into it.
The wreck is still there.
37-1 ... 37-33
Douglas B-18
MSN 1748,1749,1864/1894
2 (MSN 1749) W/o  May 22, 1943 at Hickam Field, HI
3 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.
4 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.
9 crashed on takeoff at Albrook Field, Canal Zone May 11, 1943.
10 (MSN 1871) W/o Dec 12, 1941 at Rio Hato, Panama
11 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941 
12 (MSN 1873) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.
13 (MSN 1874) W/o Jan 23, 1942 at Essrquebe River, British Guyana
16 (19th BG) escaped to Australia, operated as VH-CWB by 21st 
TCS Jan-Sep 1942
17 (MSN 1878) W/o Mar 29, 1943 at Branchville, SC 
18 (MSN 1879) W/o Mar 22, 1942 in Hawaii
19 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.
21 (7th BG) crashed at Uniontown, AL Dec 23, 1939, all on
board killed.
22 to N67931
27 (MSN 1888) W/o May 18, 1942 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone 
29 (MSN 1890) converted to B-18B, registered NC52056 in 945, later to N52056.  After use by Avery Aviation as
tanker and then Hawkins and Powers, later put on display at Castle Air Museum, California.
31 (MSN 1892) W/o Dec 30, 1941 at Waller AFB, British West Indies
32 (MSN 1893) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1942, later as FAB 5027.
37-51 ... 37-51
Douglas DB-1
MSN 1353.  Delivered to Wright Field Aug 1935.  Returned to Douglas for modification to B-18 
production standard. Returned to USAAC 28Feb37.  Displayed at Bolling Field Exhibition 19Jan40
In Aug 1939 the aircraft was modified to test the feasibility of firing a large cannon from aircraft. A forward-firing 75mm 
was mounted in a fixed position in the bomb bay and the nose was cut down to accommodate the muzzle for initial tests 
over Lake Erie and at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Phillips Field, MD. Vibration during firing proved excessive, and the 
experiments were discontinued. However, data gathered were of value in developing the cannon-firing versions of the 
North American B-25G/H.
37-65 ... 37-67
Lockheed Y1C-36
Lockheed Model 10-A, later redesignated C-36-LO
65 (MSN 1071) redesignated as C-36.  W/o Feb 3, 1938 at Wright Field, Ohio
66 (MSN 1073) to NC15556, then supposedly to Brazilian AF as 1796, but not formally handed over.  Sold as PP-VBD, then PP-NBC and
w/o Jan 13, 1953. Brought to Brazil by Varig and initially operated by that airline. 
67 (MSN 1074) supposedly to Brazilian AF as 1439, but not formally handed over.  Sold as PP-VAV then PP-NBD 
and w/o Aug 12, 1951. Brought to Brazil by Varig and initially operated by that airline. 
37-68 ... 37-70
Curtiss Y1P-36
MSN 12240/12242.  Redesignated P-36 on completion of service testing.
68 (MSN 12240) w/o Sep 22, 1940 at Fairfield, KY
37-71 ... 37-114
Stearman PT-13A
MSN 750027/750070
76 w/o Sep 16, 1939 at Raymond, NE
77 w/o Apr 23, 1942 at Souzsa Aux Field, CA
78 W/o May 7, 1941 at Moody Field, AL
81 W/o Jan 14, 1938 at Mowinckle Field, TX
82 W/o Aug 4, 1938 at Davenport Field, TX
83 W/o  Nov 13, 1942 at Hancock Field, CA 
84 W/o Feb 5, 1943 at Hancock Field, CA
85 W/o Jan 27, 1939 at Randolph Field, TX
89  W/o Jul 13, 1943 at Waller Franklin Field, CA 
98 W/o Dec 11, 1943 at Hancock Field, CA 
101 W/o Dec 27, 1941 at Hancock Field, CA
109 W/o Nov 30, 1944 at Winchester, CA 
110 W/o Sep 16, 1939 at Santa Maria, CA
111 W/o Mar 14, 1944 at Souza Field 
113 W/o Aug 15, 1938 at Mowinckle Field, TX
114  W/o Dec 26, 1942 at Hancock Field, CA 
37-115 ... 37-231
North American BT-9B
MSN NA23-85/201
116 (734 BFTS) damaged in forced landing 20 mi S of Randolph Field, TX Feb 18, 1943
117 W/o  May 21, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX
118 (734 BFTS) crashed 8 mi NW of Randolph Field, TX Feb 20, 1943
120 W/o Jul 25,  1940 at San Antonio, TX
124 W/o Mar 5, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX
125 W/o Aug 24, 1937 at Schertz, TX
127 W/o Feb 19, 1938 at Randolph Field, TX
128 W/o Nov 14, 1942 at Martindale Field, TX 
132 damaged in landing accident at Davenport Field, TX Feb 3, 1943
139 W/o Nov 14, 1939 at Randolph Field, TX
141 W/o Jun 17, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
144 W/o Jul 22, 1938 at Randolph Field, TX
145 W/o Sep 3, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX
148 W/o Sep 11, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX
152 W/o May 6, 1941 at Sequin, TX
154  W/o Jun 1, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
155 damaged in forced landing near Randolph Field, TX Feb 6, 1943
157 W/o Jun 17, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
159 damaged in forced landing at auxiliary airstrip 18 mi WNW of Kelly Field, TX Jan 14, 1943.
W/o Aug 21, 143 at Randolph Field, Texas
160 W/o Feb 28, 1942 at Marion, TX 
161 W/o Jan 18, 1938 at Randolph Field, TX
162 W/o Feb 20, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
165 W/o Sep 15, 1938 at Schertz, TX
171 W/o Jun 28, 1943 at Curtis Ranch Emergency Field, TX 	
172 W/o Jan 6, 1939 at Randolph Field, TX	
173 W/o Jul 21, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX	
175 W/o Aug 15, 1940 at Martindale, TX	
176 W/o Mar 13, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
177 W/o Sep 25, 1939 at Randolph Field, TX
179 W/o  Sep 19, 1940 at Placedo, TX
182 W/o Apr 26, 1943 at Oates Aux Landing Field, TX 
183 W/o Nov 4, 1940 at Kelly Field, TX
184 W/o May 18, 1939 at Falls City, TX
185 W/o Jan 22, 1938 at Wayside, MD
186 W/o Dec 28, 1938 at Lorena, TX
188 damaged in forced landing at auxiliary airstrip 18 mi WNW of Kelly Field, TX Jan 25, 1943.
W/o Jun 21, 1943 at Broome Aux Field, TX 
189 W/o Mar 5, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
191 W/o Apr 22, 1942 at Converse, TX 
193 W/o Dec 2, 1941 at Kingsbury, TX
195 W/o Jan 30, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
197 W/o Dec 18, 1940 at Kelly Field, TX
198 W/o Sep 7, 1938 at Randolph Field, TX
200 W/o May 8, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
203 W/o Apr 17, 1939 at Marion Field, TX
204 (734 BFTS) in midair collision and forced landing at Randolph Field, TX Feb 26, 1943.
205 W/o Apr 2, 1943 at Miles, TX 
206 W/o Mar 30, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX
207 W/o Jun 5, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
208 converted to BT-9D
210 W/o Sep 20, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX
211 W/o Jan 26, 1942 at Martindale Field, TX 
212 W/o Nov 28, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
215 W/o Mar 22, 1938 at Lauderdale County, MS
217 W/o Apr 14, 1943 at Lavernia, TX 
219 W/o Jun 7, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
220 W/o Jan 4, 1939 at Randolph Field, TX
221 W/o May 15, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
222 W/o Jun 3, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX
223 W/o  May 24, 1943 at Oates Aux Landing Field, TX
226 W/o Aug 9, 1940 at Comfort, TX
227 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Aug 3, 1938 to
Feb 10, 1941.  Wfu Feb 1941
231 W/o May 18, 1939 at Falls City, TX
37-232 ... 37-259
Stearman PT-13A
MSN 750071/750098
238 W/o Mar 16, 1942 at Hancock Field, CA 
239 W/o Dec 8, 1941 at Souza Aux Field, CA
242 W/o Nov 29, 1938 at Davenport Field, TX
244 W/o Mar 14, 1944 at Souza Aux Field, CA 
245 W/o May 10, 1943 at Waller-Franklin Field, CA 
252 W/o Nov 27, 1941 at Long Beach, CA
254 W/o May 15, 1939 at Randolph Field, TX
258  W/o May 6, 1941 at Arroyo Grande
37-260 ... 37-368
North American O-47A
MSN NA25-203/311
260 W/o Jul  21, 1941 at Wayne County, MI
261 W/o Sep 17, 1942 at Nuevo Limon, Panama 
262 W/o Apr 13, 1942 at Campana, Panama 
263 W/o Dec 30, 1942 at DesMoines, IA 
267 W/o 19 Sep 19, 1941 at Marshall Field, TX
268 W/o Jun 2, 1941 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone
270 W/o Aug 11, 1941 at Virginia Beach, VA
272 W/o Mar 10, 1944 at Periera 
274 W/o Dec 19, 1940 at Abbeville, AL
275 W/o Sep 28, 1941 at Lawton, OK
277 W/o Aug 31, 1943 at Chorrea Field, Panama
279 (c/ 25-222) at National Air and Space Museum, Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia
280 W/o Jul 6, 1943 at Klamath Falls, OR 
281 W/o Oct 2, 1943 at Kelly Field, TX 
285 W/o Sep 1, 1942 at Guasipati, Venezuela 
286 W/o May 14, 1942 in Panama 
287 W/o Jun 5, 1941 at Machellila, Ecuador
288 W/o Nov 4, 1939 at Brainard, NE
289 W/o Jun 8, 1941 at Rio Hato, Panama Canal Zone
290 (23rd TTS) damaged in ground accident at Galeta Point,
Panama Nov 25, 1944.
291 W/o Aug 31, 1943 at Redmond AAB, OR 
292 W/o 20 Sep 20, 1940 at Woodbine, GA
293 W/o Nov 24, 1940 at Commerce, GA
294 W/o Oct 15, 1941 at Belle Haven, VA
295 W/o  Dec 31, 1941 at Langley Field, VA
296 W/o Aug 11, 1942 at Patterson Field, OH 
298 W/o  Mar 3, 1942 at Daniel Field, GA 
299  W/o Sep 18, 1941 at Arcadia, LA
300 W/o Apr 1, 1941 in Panama
303  W/o Nov 11, 1942 at Hunter Field, GA 
304 W/o Jul 23, 1940 at Scott Field, IL
305 crashed at Fort Lewis, WA Aug 11, 1942. 2 killed, one injured.
306 W/o Jul 28, 1943 at Camp Davis, NC 
307 W/o Oct 19, 1942 at Raleigh, NC 
310 W/o Mar 14, 1942 at Rockport, Canada
311 W/o Jan 8, 1943 at Des Moines, IA 
314 W/o Apr 16, 1943 at Tobago, British West Indies
315 (15th SRG) crashed on takeoff at Isla del Rey, Panama Jan 19, 1945.
316 W/o  Jun 29, 1942 at Salinas AAB, CA 
317 W/o Sep 2, 1942 at Hattiesburg, MS 
318 W/o Feb 8, 1942 at March Field, CA 
319 W/o Oct 18, 1941 at Aumsville, OR
320 W/o Nov 10, 1940 at Centerville, AL
321 W/o Sep 18, 1942 at Rio Hato, Panama 
322 W/o Sep 21, 1943 at Flamenco Island, Panama
323 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Sep 5, 1940 to Mar 13, 1956.
Used for icing research, evaluating heated wing de-icing.
324 W/o Mar 24, 1943 at Abilene, TX 
327 W/o Jun 18, 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
329 W/o Jun 16, 1944 at Langley Field, VA 
333 W/o Aug 5, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA 
335 W/o Sep 8, 1941 at Baton Rouge, LA
337 W/o Jul 24, 1942 at Waynesboro, TN 
340 W/o Nov 20, 1942
341 W/o Nov 24, 1942 at Gray Field, WA 
342 W/o Nov 28, 1938 at Keystone Heights, FL
345 W/o Mar 21, 1941 at Altanta, GA
346 W/o Sep 5, 1942 at Rice Field, CA 
347 W/o Jul 11, 1942 at Camp Elliott, CA 
348 W/o Oct 13, 1941 at San Andres Mountains, TX
350 W/o Apr 20, 1942 at Barksdale Field, LA 
354 W/o Jan 4, 1940 at New Orleans, LA
356 W/o Dec 22, 1943 at Suffolk County AAF, NY 
357 W/o Sep 1, 1940 at Dowegiac, MI
358 W/o Jan 14, 1942 at Savannah AAB, GA 
363 W/o Jan 11, 1943 at Camp Stewart, GA 
365 W/o Jan 23, 1942 at Santa Cruz, CA 
366 W/o Feb 28, 1944 at Minter FIeld, CA 
367 W/o Jan 28, 1944 at Hacita Emergncy Field. NM 
37-370 ... 37-374
Sikorsky Y1OA-8
370 (MSN 4332) with 17th ABS, 18th ABG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 4, 1943
371 (MSN 4333) wrecked at Lake Elsinore, CA Apr 15, 1939
372 (MSN 4334) crashed Chame Bay, Panama Jul 26, 1941.
373 (MSN 4335) surveyed Jul 27, 1942
374 (MSN 4336) crashed on takeoff due to mechanical failure at Borinquen
Field in Puerto Rico Mar 26, 1942.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1941
37-375 ... 37-375
Curtiss XP-37
Curtiss Model 75 prototype, MSN 11923, registered NX17Y.  Modified to Model 75I.  To Army as XP-37,
first flown Apr 1937 and delivered Jun 1937.  Retired to Army mechanics school Aug 1941.
37-377 ... 37-382
Kellett YG-1B
Model KD-1
377 W/o Nov 23, 1942 at Kaneohe, HI.  Registered N109K, cancelled.  Noted c 1998 at Mid-Atlantic
Air Museum, Reading, PA
378 became YG-1C and later became XR-2.  Not flown as XR-2.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Virginia 137 to Sep 14, 1938.  Assigned to Bolling Field, DC, destroyed in ground testing
379 W/o Oct 27, 1939 at Post Field, OK
380 became XR-3.  Registered N38380 Aug 26, 1976, cancelled Nov 9, 2012.
381 (MSN 108) registered N37380 Aug 26, 1976, cancelled Nov 9, 2012.  Currently at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
37-416 ... 37-456
North American BC-1
MSN NA36-420/460
416 converted to BS-1-I Jan 1940
418 W/o May 1, 1943 at Hensley Field, TX 
421 W/o Sep 8, 1943 at Lamesa Field, TX 
423 W/o Mar 22, 1941 at San Marcos, TX
424 W/o Jan 31, 1942 at Del Rio, TX 
425 W/o Jan 15, 1943 at Duncan Field, TX 
426 W/o Aug 16, 1939 at Birmingham, AL
429 W/o Sep 11, 1938 at Easton, PA
431 W/o Sep 8, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
432 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Sep 23, 1942 at Brownsville, TX 
433 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940
435 W/o Feb 7, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
436 W/o Aug 25, 1943 at Seguin Field, TX 
437 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940
438 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Mar 30, 1941 at New Braunfels, TX
439 W/o Dec 7, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
440 W/o Jun 19, 1939 at West Charleston, OH
442 W/o Jun 17, 1941 at Brooks Field, TX
444 Conv to BC-1-I in Jan 1940
445 W/o Aug 18, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
446 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Jul 25, 1940 at Brooks Field, TX
447 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Dec 14, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
448 W/o Sep 4, 1940 at San Marcos, TX
449 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Aug 18, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
450 W/o May 14, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
453 W/o May 2, 1943 at Waco AAF, TX 
37-457 ... 37-457
Lockheed XP-38 Lightning
MSN 022-2201.  Model 22-64-01 prototype. First flight Jan 27, 1939.
Whle attempting a transcontinental speed record, crashed on approach to Mitchel Field, Long Island, NY Feb 11, 1939
after cross-country flight from March Field, CA when engines failed to
respond as pilot Ben Kelsey attempted to apply power short of the airfield.
Plane came down on Cold Stream Golf Course after clipping trees.  Pilot
survived without injury but plane was written off from damage after
sliding through a sand drap.
37-458 ... 37-634
Douglas B-18A
MSN 2458/2634
458 (MSN 2458) converted to C-58 in 1941.  WFU.  became N67946, then TG-CIL-54 Dec 1957.
463 converted to B-18B.  w/o at Beane Field, St Lucia, British
West Indies Oct 22, 1942.
464 W/o Apr 10, 1942 at Mayaquez, Puerto Rico
467 W/o Apr 22, 1942 at Zanderij Field, Suriname 
468 W/o Nov18, 1938 at La Grange, GA
469 (MSN 2469) to N56847, converted to sprayer, by May 1969 stored
derelict at Tucson, AZ, then put on display at USAFM, Wright Patterson AFB, OH
472 converted to B-16C.  With 7th ASS, w/o in landing accident
at Edinburgh, Trinidad, British West Indies Jun 5, 1943.
474 converted to B-18B.  With 417th BS, crashlanded at 
Camaguey, Cuba Jun 6, 1943.
475 W/o Jun 30, 1943 at Messick, VA 
477 W/o Jun 18, 1943 at East Boston, MA 
480 W/o Apr 16, 1940 at Coney Island, NY
481 crashed near Waller Field, Trinidad, British West
Indies Jul 13, 1942.
482 converted to B-18B.  With 25th BG, 12th BS w/o in landing 
accicent at Dakota Field, Aruba, Dutch West Indies
Jul 1, 1943
483 converted to B-18B.  With 25th BG, 35th BS based at
Paramaribo-Zanderij, Surinam, went missing Dec 14, 1942.
486 converted to B-18B.  With 35th BS, 25th BG destroyed by
fire on ground at Paramaribo-Zanderij, Surinam Aug 3, 1943.
488 W/o Aug 11, 1939 at Langley Field, VA
489 W/o Dec 1, 1944 at Robins Field, GA 
495 converted to B-18B.  With 347th SRG ditched off Roche a Bateau,
Haiti Mar 31, 1944.
496 W/o Mar 8, 1942 at MacDill Field, FL 
497 W/o Oct 19, 1942 at Miami, FL 
498 flew into Twin Sisters Peak near Fairfield, CA in fog 
Oct 24, 1941.  All 5 killed.
500 W/o Aug 11, 1942 at Ojus, FL 
505 (MSN 2505, B-18B) to N67947, XB-JAJ.  Noted Oct 1969
stored engineless at Ensenada, Baja California.  Acquired
by Tucson Air Museum Foundation of Tucson, AZ and stored
at Watsonville, CA.  Registration N18AC apparently reserved
but NTU.  At Pima county Air Museum by Oct 1973.
Acquired by USAFM in 1981 and moved to MASDC, then in 1983
put on display at McChord Air Museum, Washington.
507 converted to B-18B.  W/o at Kokli Reef, British Guiana Oct 18, 1942.
508 converted to B-18C.  With 24th SRG, 33rd SRS, w/o in
takeoff accident at Waller Field, Trinidad, British
West Indies Aug 15, 1944.
509 W/o May 27, 1940 at Muroc AAF, CA
510 W/o Sep 15, 1942 at Meacham Field, Key West, FL 
512 converted to B-18B.  With 417th BS, w/o at Hato, Curacao,
Dutch West Indies Nov 24, 1942.
514 W/o Mar 19, 1942 at Hato Field, Curacao
515 crashed and exploded in bad weather N of Flagstaff, AZ 
Oct 2, 1941.  All 6 killed.
516 W/o Feb 25, 1942 at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico
517 W/o Sep 15, 1942 at Great Machipongo Inlet, VA 
518 crashed on summit of Mt Constance in Olympic Mountains 
of Washington State Sep 10, 1941.  All 6 killed.
519 converted to B-18C,  With 12th BG, 35th BS (manned by crew from 12th BS)  lost at sea in
Caribbean area Jul 24, 1943.  Crew recovered by Colombian navy gunboat.  Floating bomber desroyed
by gunfire from US Navy Destroyer Jul 26.
520 W/o Jan 23, 1940 at March Field, CA
521 (43rd BG, 63rd BS) crashed 10 mi S of Springfield, ME Nov 15, 1941.
All 4 crew killed.
522 crashed Apr 29, 1942 near Kodiak, Alaska attempting to climb through the
mountains while overloaded.  7 killed, one survived.
523 crashed near Morton,WA Jan 16, 1941.  All 7 onboard killed.
526 converted to B-18B.  With 17th ASS, ditched off La Habana,
Cuba Jun 30, 1943.
528 W/o May 15, 1940 at Leesville, VA
529 W/o  Oct 25, 1942 at Fort Randall, AK 
530 had MAD tail boom
531 W/o Jan 31, 1942 at Fort Richardson, AK 
534 (MSN 2534) became N1692M, then HK-537
535 W/o May 1, 1943 at Ladd Field, AK
536 W/o Jun 1, 1942 at Mt Redout, AK 
539 converted to B-18B.  Lost at sea in Caribbean area
Sep 4, 1942.
541 W/o Aug 23, 1942
542 W/o Jan 24, 1942 at Portland AB, OR 
544 W/o May 21, 1940 at Bolling Field, DC
545 W/o Jul 24, 1942 at Midland AFS, TX 
546 Converted to C-58 in 1941; w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Marianna, PA
549 W/o  Jun 23, 1942 at Nome, AK 
551 converted to B-18B.  With 59th BS, w/o in Caribbean area
Feb 23, 1943.
552 (MSN 2552) became N66014 then HK-519.
553 W/o Aug 30, 1940 at Kalama, WA
554 to N66809
561 to N66272
562 lost at sea in Caribbean Jan 29, 1944.
563 W/o Jun 12, 1944 at Kelly Field, TX 
565 W/o Dec 1, 1940 at Bourne Field, Virgin Islands
566 W/o Sep 22, 1942 at Miami, FL 
567 (MSN 2567) to XA-KEX, then XB-POI.  Believed to have had a
US civil registration before going to Mexico.
570 W/o Jan 21, 1942 at Scappoose, OR 
573 converted to B-18B.  Ditched off Aruba Oct 13, 1942.
574 (MSN 2574) converted to RB-18B.  Registered NC66281, then
XH-016 Sep 1949.
575 converted to B-18B.  crashlanded at Vernam Field, Jamaica
Feb 28, 1944
577 (9th Antisubmarine Squadron (ASRON)) ditched May 30, 1043.  Crew rescued.
578 converted to B-18B.  Crashed near Rio Hato, Canal Zone
Nov 19, 1942
580 crashed into Gulf of Paria, Trinidad Jun 9, 1942.  All 
7 onboard killed.
584 W/o Apr 1, 1941 at Rio Hato, Panama
585 converted to B-18B.  With 17th ASS, ditched at sea after engine failure in 
Caribbean area Jul 1, 1943.  Crew rescued
586 W/o Nov 22, 1940 at Guatamala City, Guatamala
588 W/o Feb 24, 1942 at Beane Field, St Lucia
593 W/o Apr 24, 1944 at Cason, TX 
594 converted to B-18B.  With 25th BG, 12th BS ditched off
Hato, Curacao, Dutch West Indies Jul 9, 1943.
595 converted to B-18B.  With 25th BG, 417th BS forcelanded
NW of Camaguey, Cuba Mar 14, 1943
596 (MSN 2596) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1942 as GIA at the Aviation Technical School.  Later as FAB 5073
598 W/o Mar 15, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico 
599 converted to B-18C.  With 25th BG, 35th BS, forcelanded
in Duriname River mouth, Surinam Jul 3, 1943.
601 W/o Dec 11, 1941 in sea 70 mi off Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico
602 converted to B-18B.  W/o in taxiing accident at Edinburgh,
Trinidad, British West Indies Apr 5, 1943
603 W/o Jan 13, 1942 at Sacramento, CA 
604 W/o Sep 30, 1941 at Elmendorf Field, AK
608 W/o Oct 16, 1941 at San Juan, Puerto Rico
609 W/o Aug 8, 1943 at Haskell, TX 
611 W/o Feb 21, 1942 at Yoakum, TX 
615 W/o Jun 9, 1940 at Lincoln, NE
616 W/o Oct 30, 1941 at Great Falls, SC
619 (1st Recon Squadron, Westover Field, MA) crashed into Mt Watermomee, NH Jan 4, 1942 after
getting lost while returning from U-Boat patrol over the Atlantic.  2 killed, 5 survived.
622 W/o Feb 9, 1942 at Pine Bluff, AR 
623 W/o May 6, 1942 at Las Piedras, Venezuela 
627 W/o Aug 1, 1941 at Nome, AK
630 MIA 2/16/1944, Alaska.
632 W/o Nov 1, 1941 at Table Rock, OR
37-636 ... 37-679
North American BC-1
MSN NA36-461/504
637 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o  Dec 22, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
638 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Dec 23, 1943 at Hillsborough AAF, FL 
639 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Feb 12, 1940 at Atoke, OK
640 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o May 4, 1943 at Camp Maxey, TX 
641 W/o 3 Dec 3, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
642 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Apr 20, 1942 at Abilene, TX 
644 W/o Sep 17, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
645 W/o Feb 12, 1940 at Kelly Field, TX
646 W/o Jul 16, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
647 W/o Jan 13, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
648 W/o Mar 28, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
649 W/o Mar 28, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
650 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940
651 W/o Aug 26, 1940 at Kelly Field, TX
652 (MSN NA36-477, 73 Ferrying Sqdn, 21 Ferrying Gp, USAAF) crashed Dec 3, 1943, 3 mi. SE of Palm Springs AAF.
In mid-air collision with Bell P-39Q 42-19531 on approach to Palm Springs. USAAF instructor and Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron pilot killed.
The pilot of the P-39 died too.
654 W/o Jun 3, 1940 at Kelly Field, TX
655 (MSN NA36-480) crashed Feb 18, 1943 after pilot bailed out
as a result of midair collision with BC-1 38-368 15 mi
SE of Brooks Field, TX
656 W/o Jun 23, 1942 at Pleasanton, TX 
657 Conv to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Jul  29, 1941 at Brooks Field, TX
658 crashed during attempted emergency landing near Chanute AF, IL Sep 14, 1938.  Pilot killed.  Plane
w/o Oct 17, 1938 at Henning, IL
659 W/o Jun 19, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
660 W/o May 5,1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
661 W/o Nov 7, 1941 at Kelly #2 Field, TX
662 W/o Jun 19, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
663 W/o Mar 14, 1942 at Kelly Field #4, TX 
665 W/o Dec 24, 1941 at Floresville, TX
666 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Dec 18, 1941 at La Grange, TX
667 W/o Sep 26, 1940 at Brooks Field, TX
670 W/o Nov 9, 1938 at Anacosta, DC
671 W/o Jun 4, 1942 at Blanco, TX 
672 W/o Nov 29,  1940 at New Braunfels, TX
673 W/o Aug 26, 1941 at Brooks Field, TX
674 W/o Mar 24, 1944 at Sioux Falls AAF, SD 
676 W/o Dec 1, 1941 at Poteet, TX
679 W/o Jan 9, 1943 at Pawnee, TX 
38-1 ... 38-210
Curtiss P-36A
MSN 12415/12624
1 (MSN 12415) to N52203.  Now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH, painted
as 38-086.
2 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.
3 W/o May 10, 1940 at Patterson Field, OH
4 modified as XP-42 before delivery.  To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia
from Sep 1940 to Nov 1942.  Scrapped Jul 15, 1947.
5 to Panama Canal Zone.  Crashed near Aguadulce, Panama Feb 28, 1944.
6 W/o  Dec 17, 1941 at Baton Rouge, LA
8 (20 PG, 50 PS) crashed 6 mi west of Petaluma, CA Sep 25, 1940, pilot bailed out.
10 modified as XP-40, Model 75P.  To To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia
from Mar 1939 to Mar 1944.
11 to Hawaii with 46th PS. 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941.
12 crashed at Dungeness Point, Washington Oct 30, 1941
13 to Alaska.  W/o  Mar 5, 1943 in Texas
14 to Alaska
15 to Hawaii with 6th PS.  In midair collision with 38-70 over Hawaii Jul 12, 1941
16 in accident at Harding Field, Louisiana Jan 12, 1941.
17 to Alaska
18 to Alaska.  W/o Nov 28, 1941 at Chathem Bay, AK
19 to Alaska
20 temporarily modified as P-36B to test 8:1 supercharger gearing
21 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
22 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field, destroyed Dec 7, 1941
23 (20 PG, 18 PS) forcelanded 2 mi S of St Helena, CA Dec 11, 1940
24 W/o Dec 10, 1941 at Turnagain Arm, AK
25 to Alaska.  W/o Mar 28, 1942 at Fort Richardson, AK 
26 to Alaska
27 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG, destroyed at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
28 to Alaska.  W/o Dec 20, 1941 at Turnagain Arm, AK
29 W/o Nov 4, 1941 at Giant Rock, CA
30 to Alaska
31 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeleer Field, destroyed Dec 7, 1941
32 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
33 to Alaska. W/o Nov 5, 1942 at Burwash Landing, AK 
34 to Alaska.  W/o May 29, 1941 at Elmendorf Field, AK
35 crashed at Eagle Pass AAF, Texas Mar 17, 1943.  Pilot bailed out OK.  Also reported (35th PG, 70th PS) as
crashed Apr 8, 1941 due to engine failure 3 mi S of Sebastopol, CA.  Pilot bailed out OK
36 to Hawaii with HQ Sqdn, 15th PG, was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o May 18, 1942 at Wheeler Field, HI 
37 to Panama Canal Zone
38 to Panama Canal Zone.  Ditched with 16 PG, 24 PS) ditched into Chame Bay, Panama Nov 1, 1939
39 (MSN 12453) to Panama Canal Zone.  Later to Brazilian AF as FAB 02
40 to Panama.  W/o  Mar 21, 1941 at La Chorrera, Panama Canal Zone
41 to Panama.  Crashed with 16 PG, 24 PS in mouth of Bayano River, Chepo, Panama Dec 10, 1940
42 to Panama.  With 16 PG, 24 PS, crashed on takeoff at Albrook Field, CZ Dec 7, 1939.
43 (MSN 12457) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 03
44 W/o Mar 16, 1940 at Patterson Field, OH
45 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Damaged Dec 7, 1941
46 lost in forced landing at Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica enroute to Panama Sep 4, 1939 during ferry flight
47 went missing on ferry flight enroute to Panama Sep 4, 1939
48 (1 PG, 94 PS) crashed at Clifford, MI May 24, 1939
49 lost in forced landing at Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica on ferry flight enroute to Panama Sep 4, 1939
50 to Panama Canal Zone.  W/o Sep 4, 1941 en route to Panama
51 (MSN 12465) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 05
52 to Panama.  W/o Aug 28, 1941 at Chame, Panama
53 (MSN 12467) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 10.  Crashed at Recife, Brazil May 8, 1942
54 (MSN 12468) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 01
55 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG, damaged at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
56 to Panama Canal Zone. W/o Feb12, 1941 at Chorrera, Panama
57 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
58 to Panama Canal Zone.  W/o Feb 13, 1941 at Vacamonte Point, Panama
59 to Hawaii with HQ Sqdn, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
60 (MSN 12474) to Panama Canal Zone, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 09. 
61 to Alaska.  W/o Feb 20, 1942 at Elmendorf Field, AK 
63 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
64 (20 PG, 79 PS) crashed 5 mi S of Castor, LA Jul 25, 1939
65 (20 PG, 55 PS) crashed 10 mi N of Kramer, CA May 8, 1940
66 to Alaska
67 (35 PG, 18 PS) forcelanded near Dunsuir AAF, Shasta Springs, CA Jul 25, 1940
68 crashed near Fairfield, KY Sep 22, 1940
69 to Alaska
70 to Hawaii with 6th PS.  In midair collision with 38-015 Jul 12, 1941 at Haleiwa, Hawaii.
71 to Alaska.  W/o Aug 27, 1942 at Knik, AK 
73 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941. 
74 to Alaska.  W/o Feb 1, 1942 at Eagle Bay, AK 
75 to Hawaii.  W/o Mar 6, 1941 at Haleiwa, HI
76 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Damaged Dec 7, 1941
77 (20 PG, 77 PS) crashed 3 mi E of Millstadt, IL Jun 10, 1936.  Lost control and pilot bailed out.
78 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Damaged Dec 7, 1941
79 (20 PG 55 PS) crashed near Plain Dealing, LA Apr 13, 1939
80 (20 PG, 77 PS) crashed 3 mi E of Millstadt, IL Jun 10, 1937.  Lost control and pilot bailed out.
82 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
83 to Hawaii with 6th PS.  Stalled and crashed Oct 31, 1941.
85 modified as prototype P-36C Dec 1938
86 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
89 to Alaska
90 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
92 to Hawaii with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
93 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PS at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
95 to Alaska
97 to Alaska
98 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941. 
100 to Puerto Rico
101 W/o Feb 5, 1941 at Bay City, MI
102 to Hawaii with 45th PS 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
103 (8 PG HQ Sqn) crashed at Hampton Beach, NH Jul 23, 1940
104 to Puerto Rico.  W/o Apr 2, 1942 at Guayama, Puerto Rico 
105 to Panama.  W/o Nov 10, 1942 at Salinas, Ecuador 
106 (MSN 12520) to Panama, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 8
107 to Puerto Rico.  W/o Oct 14, 1942 at Casa Blanca, Puerto Rico
108 to Hawaii with 6th PS.  Crashed at sea Oct 31, 1941 at Kahuku, Hawaii
109 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
110 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
111 to Puerto Rico.  was at Wheeler Field with 46th PS, 15th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
112 to Puerto Rico.  (32nd FS) wrecked while taxiing to dispersal position Feb 2, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico.
113 (32nd FS) wrecked on landing Feb 3, 1942 at Stetart Field, NY.
114 to Puerto Rico. W/o May  13, 1942 at Arecibo Air Field, Puerto Rico
115 W/o Jul 15, 1942 at Liberty , AZ 
116 to Puerto Rico
117 to Puerto Rico
118 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
119 W/o Feb 14, 1942 at Farmingdale, NY .
120 to Puerto Rico
121 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
122 to Puerto Rico
123 to Puerto Rico.  (32nd FS) wrecked on landing Feb 4, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico.  Repaired
W/o Sep 25, 1942 at Arecibo Air Field, Puerto Rico
124 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
125 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
127 to Hawaii
128 to Hawaii with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
129 to Panama Canal Zone.  With 16th PG, in accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Feb 12, 1942
130 W/o Oct 7, 1941 at Hamilton Field, CA
131 to Panama.  With 16 PG, 24 PS) ditched in Panama Bay 2 mi SE of Paitilla Point, ZZ Sep 17, 1939.
133 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941.
134 W/o Sep 19, 1940 at Pope Field, NC
135  W/o Mar 10, 1942 at Mitchell Field, NY 
136 W/o Jan 7, 1942 at Wilmington, NC 
140 to Panama Canal Zone.  W/o Aug 17, 1941 at Rio Hato, Panama
141 to Puerto Rico
142 to Panama Canal Zone.  W/o Sep 29, 1942 at Salinas AB, Ecuador 
144 W/o Oct 28, 1942 at Arecibo Air Field, Puerto Rico 
145 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
146 to Hawaii, went missing at sea with 16 PG, 78 PS Aug 29, 1941.
147 to XP-36E.  Retired to Army mechanics school Aug 1942
148 (36 PG, 22 PS) crashed at Zuni, VA Mar 3, 1940.
149 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
150 to Panama Canal Zone.  With 16 PG, 24 PS, crashed at Balboa, CZ Nov 17, 1939
151 to Puerto Rico
152 to Hawaii.  W/o  Jul 21, 1941 at Wheeler Field, HI
154 (8 PG, 33 PS) crashed 10 mi NW of Langley Field, VA May 29, 1940.
155 to Puerto Rico.  W/o Oct 20,  1941 at Lajas, Puerto Rico
158 (MSN 12572) to Panama, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 6 
159 (MSN 12573) to Panama, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 4.  Crashed at Natal, Brazil Sep 30, 1943.
160 to Hawaii with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
161 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Apr 21, 1942 at Haleiwa, HI 
162 W/o Mar 28, 1942 at Riverhead, NY 
163 to Puerto Rico
164 W/o 8 Jan 8, 1942 at Myrtle Beach Field, SC 
165 to Panama.  With 24 PS, 16 PG ditched in to Chame Bay, Panama Nov 1, 1939.
166 to Puerto Rico
167 to Hawaii with 45th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
168 to Hawaii.  In midair collision with 38-179 Jan 6, 1941 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii
169 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941.
170 (8 PG, 35 PS) crashed 1 mi offshore CGAS Virginia Beach, VA May 6, 1940
171 to Hawaii with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field.  Engaged enemy aircraft Dec 7, 1941
172 modified as XP-36F.  Experimental armament removed and reverted to P-36A.  Surveyed Oct 1944.
173 to Puerto Rico.  W/o Apr 20, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico 
174 modified as XP-36D
175 (MSN 12589) to Panama, later to Brazilian AF as FAB 7
176 to Hawaii with 45th PS.  Destroyed Dec 7, 1941
178 crashed at Hudsondale, Pennslyvania Mar 28, 1942. Pilot killed.
179 to Hawaii.  In midair collision with 38-168 Jan 6, 1941 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii.
180 used to test skis
181/210 delivered as P-36C
182 w/o Feb 2, 1943 at Lancaster, SC 
184 w/o Sep 24, 1942 at Chanute Field, IL 
186 w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Moore Field, TX 
188  w/o Jun 16, 1942 at Luke Field, AZ 
190 w/o Feb 9, 1942 at Farmingdale, LI, NY 
191 crashed 5 mi E of Eagle Pass AAF, Texas Mar 18, 1943 due to engine failure.  Pilot killed.
195 w/o Jan 22, 1942 at Mitchell Field, NY 
197 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Dec 10, 1940 to Jun 5, 1941.
W/o Apr 2, 1942 at Mitchell Field, NY
198 w/o Nov 6, 1941 at Monroe, NC
201 w/o Sep 10, 1941 at Hamilton Field, CA
199 w/o Jan 28, 1942 at Farmingdale, NY
203 (1 PS) crashed at Huntsville, AL Dec 27, 1939.
205 to Hawaii.  W/o Apr 15, 1941 at Paumalu Beach, HI
210 restored and shown at Duxford's 2015 Flying Legends as PA-50 of the Fighter Collection in UK.
38-211 ... 38-223
Boeing B-17B Fortress
MSN 2004/2016
211 crashed 8 mi ENE of Hendricks,w/o Sep 24, 1943, W/o Dec 2, 1943
212 delivered to 2BG Langley Mar 10, 1939; transferred to Robins Sep 28, 1942; WO Jan 23, 1943
213 delivered to Langley Aug 27, 1939; transferred to Lowry Jul 29, 1942; WO Nov 25, 1942.
214 crashed in Santa Catalina Mts near Davis Monthan AAF after inflight engine
fire Apr 6, 1942.  2 bailed out, 6 killed.
215 attached to Cold Weather Testing Detachment at Ladd Field, Alaska 1941-42.  
Participated in bomb strikes against Japanese fleet during the Dutch Harbor
operation and was involved in air battle above Umnak Pass June 4, 1942.
Crashed Jul 18, 1942 while returning from weather recon to Kiska.  All 6 crew KIA.
216 delivered March Field Sep 28, 1939.  to 28th BG, 36th BS at Ladd Field Oct 4, 1940.  Shot town by Japanese
Rufe and crashed into mountain in fog on Kiska mission Jul 18, 1942.  MACR 15929
217 delivered to Langley Oct 5, 1939; transferred to 28BG/36BS at Ladd Field (date not in record); 
Crashed at Lovelock, Nevada, Feb 6, 1942, all 8 onboard killed.; salvaged May 14, 1942.
218 delivered to Langley Oct 16, 1939; transferred to Tucson Feb 2, 1942; crashed at Milford, Feb 6, 1942. 
Salvaged May 14, 1942.
219 delivered Langley Oct 21, 1939.  To 9th BG at Rio Hato, Panama Jun 3, 1941.  To 6th BG, 74th BS Santa
Lucia Oct 24, 1941.  To howard Field, Canal Zone Mar 22, 1942.  To Salinas, Ecuador Jul 4, 1942.  Forced
landing at base Jul 10, 1942, salvaged Jan 7, 1944.
220 delivered to March Field Oct 20, 1939; transferred to 9BG/7RS Albrook, Panama Jun 3, 1941; transferred to 
David Field, Trinidad Oct 29, 1941; crashed in Guatemala Jul 25, 1942. Salvaged Aug 3, 1942.
221 delivered to March Field Oct 20, 1939; transferred to 32BS Albrook, Panama Jun 3, 1941; transferred to 
France Field, Panama Aug 19, 1941; transferred to David Field Oct 16, 1942. WO Oct 27, 1943.
222 delivered to March Field Oct 5, 1939; transferred to France Field, Panama Jun 3, 1941. Lost Aug 2, 1941.
223 delivered to March Field Nov 10, 1939; transferred to W. Palm Beach Mar 24, 1942. Crashlanded
Caribbean Apr 9, 1942.  W/O Apr 24, 1942.  MACR 15642
38-224 ... 38-257
North American BT-9C
MSN NA29-505/538
224 (MSN NA29-505) Based Schoen Field, Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN with the A/C Det. on 
Jun 3, 1938 damaged in a nose over landing accident. W/o on Aug 3, 1940 when it 
crashed fatally after a stall and spin accident 3 miles north of Acton, IL.
225 (MSN NA29-506) Based at Chapman Field, Miami, FL with the 4th CA A/C Det. on 
Dec 21, 1940 damaged in a nose over landing accident at Muni Airport, Jacksonville, FL.
226 (MSN NA29-507) Based at Chicago Muni Airport, Chicago, IL with the 6th CA A/C Det. 
on Apr 12, 1938 damaged when it ground looped on landing at Curtiss-Reynolds Airport, IL. 
On Dec 8, 1939 with the 47th SchSq at Randolph Field, TX damaged with a landing accident 
at Davenport Field, TX. On Jul 7, 1940 again damaged in a landing accident at Laredo, TX. 
W/o with 734 BFTS on Mar 1, 1943 with a fatal stall and spin accident 1/2 mile west of Davenport Field, TX.
227 (MSN NA29-508) at Randolph Field, TX with the 47th SchSq on Jul 24, 1942 suffered damage 
with a structural failure.  Surveyed at Goodfellow Field, TX Jun 25, 1943
229 (MSN NA29-510) Based at Mitchel Field, LI, NY on Apr 24, 1938 had a landing accident at Canaan, CT. 
On Mar 12, 1944 with the 62nd BHQs at Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX w/o when it 
crashed on a landing accident.
230 (MSN NA29-511) Based at Richards Field, Kansas City MO with the A/C Det. On Aug 29, 1938 
damaged in a taxi accident at Sherman Field, KS.
231 (MSN NA29-512) based at Oklahoma Air Terminal, Oklahoma City, OK with the A/C Det damaged 
on Jul 29, 1939 when it ground looped on landing.
232 (MSN NA29-513) based at Oakland Muni Airport, CA with the 9th A/C Det. on 
Apr 11, 1940 damaged when it ground looped on landing.
235 (MSN NA29-516) Based at Buckley Field, Denver, CO with the 336th ABS, on Oct 11, 1943 
damaged when it ground looped on landing.
237 (MSN NA29-518) Based at Bowman Field Jeffersontown, KY with the organized Reserve Unit  
on Feb 28, 1939 was written off when the pilot bailed out at Bollingbroke, GA after an 
engine failure. The pilot was killed. 
239 (MSN NA29-520) Based at Atlanta Muni Airport, Atlanta, GA with the A/C Det. suffered minor 
damage on Mar 3, 1940 in a taxi accident.
241 (MSN NA29-522) Based at Salt Lake City Muni Airport, UT. On 04/3/40 damaged when it ground 
looped on landing. On May 25, 1940 damaged when it nosed over at the Muni Airport, 
Missoula, MT. While with the 645th TEFTSq at Boca Raton Field, FL again damaged on 
Dec 28, 1943 when it ground looped on landing.
243 (MSN NA29-524) Based at Chicago Muni Airport, Chicago, IL while attached to the 6thAACD 
on Jun 16, 1940 was damaged in a taxi accident.
244 (MSN NA29-525)  Based at Randolph Field with the 47th SchSq, on Jul 27, 1942 was damaged 
in an engine failure forced landing 2 miles north of Randolph, TX.
245 (MSN NA29-526) Based at Lindbergh Field San Diego, CA with the A/C Det. was damaged 
on Jul 20, 1940 when it ground looped on landing.
246 (MSN NA29-527) Based at Chanute Field, Rantout, IL with the 13th MatSq, 10thABGp damaged 
when on May 9, 1942 ground looped in a landing accident.
247 (MSN NA29-528) Based at Randolph Field, TX with 47th SchSq w/o Sep 6, 1941, 3 miles South 
of Harper, TX when the pilot bailed out after a mid air collision with BT-9B 36-51.
248 (MSN NA29-529) Based at Randolph Field, TX on Jun 23, 1941 incident at Randolph Field. 
Again May 26, 1942 damaged when attached to 47th SchSq at Randolph with a stall/spin 
accident at Davenport Field, TX. On Jul 31, 1942 taxi accident at Temple Airport, TX.
249 (MSN NA29-530) attached to HQSQ 54th TrnG at Port Columbus Airport, Columbus, OH damage 
in a taxi accident at Chicago Muni. Airport, IL on Aug 15, 1938.
251 (MSN NA29-532) attached to FCA A/C Det Boston Airport, East Boston, MA.  W/o Feb 6, 1940 in forced
landing after engine failure in the water off Scituate, MA.
252 (MSN NA29-533) based at Mitchel Field, Hempstead, LI, NY.  W/o Jul 14, 1939 when
crashed after a stall/spin at Bethpage State Park, Bethpage, LI, NY.  Pilot killed.
253 (MSN NA29-534) based at 47th Sc h Sqn at Randolph Field, TX.  Damaged in stall/spin
landing accident at Randolph Field Mar 20, 1942.
254 (MSN NA29-535) attached to 8th ABS, 7th ABG at Scott Field, IL.  Damaged when it
ground looped May 27, 1941 at Scott Field.  Repaired and assigned to 334th Air
Base at Truax Field, WI.  W/o when crashed into Lake Michigan near Muskegon Jul 26, 1943,
killing the pilot.
256 (MSN NA29-537) attached to A/C Det at Long Beach MAP, CA.  Damaged in landing accident
Aug 19, 1940 at March Field, CA in bad weather.
38-258 ... 38-270
Boeing B-17B Fortress
MSN 2017/2029
258 Delivered Langley NOv 23, 1939.  To Sebring Jun 22, 1942.  Wrecked in base taxi accident Jan 25, 1943, Hendricks.
W/o Feb 9, 1943
259 delivered to Hamilton Field Nov 21, 1939; transferred to Denver Jul 17, 1943.  WO May 15, 1944.
260 delivered to Langley Dec 1, 1939; transferred to Sioux Falls Jul 21, 1943.  WO Aug 9, 1943.
261 delivered to Langley Nov 3, 1939; transferred to Sioux Falls Jul 21, 1943.  WO Aug 9, 1943
262 delivered to Langley Dec 7, 1939; transferred to Sebring Jun 13, 1942.  WO Mar 26, 1943.
263 delivered to March Field Dec 10, 1939.  To Hendricks Field, Sebring Jun 13, 1942.  Crashed 19 mi S of 
base Apr 2, 1943.  W/o Aug 27, 1944.
264 delivered to March Field Dec 12, 1939; transferred to 7BS at Albrook, Panama Jun 3, 1941; transferred to 
Trinidad Oct 2, 1941; crashed on takeoff (CTO) Jan 12, 1942. Salvaged Jan 16, 1942.
265 delivered to March Field Dec 18, 1939; transferred to 6BG/3BS at Albroook, Panama Jun 2, 1941; returned to 
US (RETUS) at Lowry Jul 11, 1943.  WO Jul 27, 1945.
266 delivered to March Field Dec 18, 1939; transferred to 44BS at Albrook, Panama Jun 3, 1941; transferred to 
Atkinson, British Guiana Aug 20, 1941; RETUS and crashed at Comfort, Texas Feb 14, 1942.
267 w/o Mar 6, 1942
268 delivered to March Field Feb 7, 1940; transferred to Amarillo Aug 7, 1943.  WO Jun-43.
269 delivered Wright Field Jan 19,1 941.  To Sehring, Florida Jun 20, 1942.  Forced landing at base Oct 10, 1942.
w/o Dec 1, 1942
270 delivered to Hamilton Feb 7, 1940; transferred to Argentia Field Aug 21, 1941.  Attacked a U-boat a week later,
being first US incident in which US bombs were dropped in anger, but the press never knew; transferred to Sioux Falls 
Jul 15, 1943.  WO Oct 5, 1943.
38-271 ... 38-325
North American O-47A
MSN NA25-541/595
271 W/o Apr 19, 1942 at Hillsgrove, RI 
272 W/o May 28, 1944 at Chatham Field, GA 
275 W/o  Dec 14, 1943 at Mobjack Bay, VA 
276 W/o Aug 5, 1940 at Wilmington, DE
278 W/o Oct 29, 1941 at Monroe, SC
279 W/o Mar 7, 1943 at Donaldson, LA 
280 W/o Mar 19, 1942 at Baton Rouge, LA
281 W/o Jul 22, 1943 at Langley Field, VA 
283 W/o 20 Oct 20, 1943 at Hayfork, CA 
284 MSN 25-554.  Delivered 1943. Assigned to California National Guard, 115th Observation Squadron at Griffith Park, LA, CA. 
To The Air Museum, later the Planes of Fame, Chino, Ca, 1961 with serial N4725V.  Used in film Flight of The Phoenix. 
Crashed Jun 11, 1982 at Porterville, CA, when landed with landing gear retracted; aircraft caught fire when fuel 
drained eroded during the skid.
285 W/o  Oct 31,  1942 at Rochester, NH 
291 W/o Jul 15, 1942 at Eagle Point, TX 
292 W/o May 17, 1942 at Morris Field, NC 
293 W/o Jul 10, 1940 at Maxwell Field, AL
295 W/o Jul 29, 1943 at Camp Davis, NC 
305 W/o Nov 4, 1941 at Bennettsville, SC
306 W/o Aug 18, 1941 at Boston Harbor, MA
308 W/o Mar 19, 1943 at Fern Ridge Lake, OR
311 W/o Apr 23, 1942 at Citronelle, AL 
316 W/o Mar 18, 1943 at New Orleans AAB, LA 
318 W/o May 25, 1943 at Camp Maxey, TX 
320 W/o Apr 25, 1942 at Red Bluff Muni Airport, CA 
321 W/o Oct 23, 1942 at Florence, KY 
322 W/o Jan 25, 1943 at Lake Pontchartrain, LA 
324 W/o Sep 11, 1941 at Marshall Field, TX
38-326 ... 38-326
Bell XP-39 Airacobra  
Later modified as XP-39B.  To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jun 6, 1939
38-327 ... 38-355
Northrop A-17A
MSN 381/409
Following urgent pleas from the French after the German invasion, 93 aircraft were released by the US for resale to France. 
Ferried to Halifax, Nova Scotia using ferry registrations NX-N... for embarkation on the French carrier Béarn. However, 
the carrier had sailed and the French had signed an armistice.  61 of these aircraft shipped to UK, the remainder were assigned 
to the RCAF.   RAF serials AB541/AB633 were allocated but NTU.   RCAF serials 3490/3521.   RAF serials allocated on arrival UK 
were AS440/AS462, AS958/AS976 and AW420/AW438.    Declared obsolete, most of the UK aircraft were shipped to South Africa, 
SAAF serials 1221/1251, 1253/1257 and 1263/1269.  AW421 remained in UK, becoming GIA 2670M. AS440, AS448/AS451, 
AS453,  AS455,  AS459/AS460,  AS961/AS962,  AS967/AS968,  AS971,  AS975,  AW423 & AW425 were all sunk and lost at sea 
en-route to South Africa.
327 SOC Jul 1943
328/347 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
348 w/o in accident Jan 31, 1942.
349/354 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France.
353 W/o May 4, 1939 at Anacosta, DC
355 in accident Jan 29, 1941 at Culebra Island, Puerto Rico.  W/o May 6, 1941. 
38-356 ... 38-447
North American BC-1
MSN NA36-596/687
356 W/o Mar 17, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
357 W/o Jan 4, 1944 at Rey Island, Panama 
358 W/o Jul 13, 1943 at Pocri, Panama
359 (MSN NA36-599) surveyed in Canal Zone Jun 1945
360 W/o Sep 20, 1939 at San Carlos, Panama
361 W/o Mar 29, 1944 at La Joya, Panama
362 W/o Jun 16, 1940 at Limon Bay, Panama Canal Zone
363 W/o  Mar 15, 1943 at Big Spring, TX 
365 W/o  Dec 18, 1941 at Buda, TX
366 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o  May 14, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
367 W/o  May 13, 1942 at Natie, TX 
368 (MSN NA36-608) damaged Feb 18, 1943 as a result of midair
collision with BC-1 37-655 15 mi SE of Brooks Field, TX.  
370 W/o Feb 2, 1944 at Andrews, SC 
372 W/o Jul 29, 1943 at Key Field, MS 
374 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Sep 20, 1942 at Grassyville, TX 
376 W/o  Aug 26, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
378 W/o Feb 7, 1940 at Kelly Field, TX
379 W/o Dec 17, 1938 at Norwalk, CT
380 W/o Oct 18,1939 at Raymondville, TX
381 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Jan 15, 1942 at Nixon, TX 
382 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Mar 5, 1944 at Highland City, FL
383 W/o Mar 15, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
384 W/o Feb 8, 1940 at Kelly Field, TX 
386 W/o Apr 15, 1942 at Charlotte, TX 
387 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Jan 2, 1941 at Laredo, TX
388 W/o Oct 22, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
389 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o  Oct 22, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
390 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Aug 21, 1942 at Floresville, TX 
392 W/o Jul 21, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
393 W/o Feb 15, 1939 at Bloomsdale, MO
394 W/o Feb 13, 1943 at Vanderbilt, TX 
395 W/o Aug 19, 1939 at Grahamsville, NY
398 W/o  Nov 5, 1942 at Diltz Field, TX 
400 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940
401 W/o May 26, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX
402 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o  Mar 28, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX  
403 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940
404 W/o May 15, 1942 at Mason, TX
406 W/o Feb 2, 1942 at Duncan Field, TX  
407 (MSN NA36-647) w/o Feb 7, 943 at Alvaredo, Texas 
409 W/o 2 May 2, 1942 at Temple, TX 
410  W/o Jan 10, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
411 W/o Jul 20, 1943 at Saspamco, TX 
414 W/o Jun 7, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
415 W/o Jul 25, 1940 at Brooks Field, TX
416 wrecked Oct 22, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX; repaired; w/o Feb 20, 1942 at Laredo, TX 
420  W/o Jun 21, 1943 at Pawnee, TX 
421 W/o Jul 20, 1943 at Saspamco, TX 
424 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Oct 8, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
425 W/o Oct 31, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
426 W/o Feb 12, 1942 at Llano, TX 
429 W/o 5 Nov 1941 at Brooks Field, TX
430 W/o Dec 20, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
431 W/o  Nov 25, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
432 W/o May 16, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
439 W/o Feb 27, 1943 at Diltz Field, TX 
440 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Jul 7, 1944 at Mitchel Field, NY 
441 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940; w/o Oct 22, 1940 at Fairview, TX
442 W/o Feb 27, 1942 at Kelly Aux Field #2, TX 
443 W/o Dec 20, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
444 W/o Mar 27, 1940 at Kelly Field, TX
445 Converted to BC-1-I in Jan 1940
446 W/o Apr 30, 1943 at Louisville, KY 
447 W/o Mar 1, 1944 at Truax Field, WI 
38-471 ... 38-471
Douglas XB-19
MSN 2001.  Bulilt for experimental "Project D" long range bomber.  Originally designated XBLR-2, built as
XB-19.  First flight Jun 27, 1941.  Delivered Oct 1941, to Wright Field Jan 23, 1942.  Modified 
to cargo transport and dedesignated XB-19A Jan 1944.  Damaged by explosion on approach to Morrison
Field, FL Jan 17, 1946.  To Davis Monthan Field for storage Aug 17, 1946.  Scrapped at Davis-Monthan Jul 1949
38-472 ... 38-484
Curtiss YP-37
MSN 12655/12667
472 wrecked Jan 24, 1942
473 wrecked Feb 9, 1941
474 To NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia for tests Feb 10,1941 Mar 3, 1941.
476 to Biloxi as Class 26 instructional airframe
477 to Ladd Field, Alaska for cold weather testing
478 surveyed and condemned at Biloxi Feb 6, 1942
479 to Chanute Field Nov 7, 1941
480 to Chanute Field Sep 19, 1941.
481 ground-looped at Ladd Field, Alaska and to Class 26
instructional airframe Apr 8, 1941
482 wrecked at Gulfport, MS Jan 5, 1942
483 to class 26 instructional airframe at Chanute Field Nov 7,1941
484 to class 26 instructional airframe at Sheppard Field, TX Nov 6, 1941
38-499 ... 38-501
Douglas C-39
MSN 2057/2059.  DC-2-243 for USAAC
499 (MSN 2057) delivered Jan 16, 1939.  To Avensa at YV-AVG Sep 1, 1944.
To Argentine Navy Aug 16, 1946.  To Civil registry as LV-AVJ.
500 (MSN 2058) delivered Feb 13, 1939.  To 3. Trp Sqdn Jun 1, 1939.  To PAA
for Panagra Jul 22, 1944, then registered as C-103 for Avianca.  Sold to
Aerovias SA Minas Gerais Aug 21, 1947, registered PP-MGA and crashed
at Belo Horizonte, Brazil Mar 29, 1949
501 (MSN 2059) delivered Mar 2, 1939.  W/o Jan 31, 1944 at Sioux City, Iowa.  WFU Feb 1944
38-502 ... 38-502
Douglas C-41
MSN 2053.  DC-2-253 used as staff transport for chief of staff of USAAC.  There is some controversy as to whether this
plane is a DC-2 or a DC-3.  Francillon reports that the plane had a DC-2 fuselage and wings, but with DC-3 center section, undercarriage, and tail unit.  
To RFC in 1945 as surplus.  To Southern Airways as NC15473.  Then to CAA as N12, then to FAA as N43.  Registration N9416A 
reserved in 1978, but not taken up.  To Southeast Missouri State University as N54595.  Eventually
to Otis Spunkmeyer Air and refurbished and reregistered as NC41HQ.  Flown to Europe for 50th anniversary of D-Day.  Still flying as
N41HQ.  N41HQ is still flying and people who have seen it report that it is definitely a DC-3 and not a DC-2.  Landings database 
gives MSN of 1830-94, which doesn't make sense.  N41HQ is registered as a Model DC-3A 1830-94 with MSN 2053.
Arthur Pearcy reports that the plane was converted on the production line as a DC-3A-253.
38-504 ... 38-535
Douglas C-39
MSN 2061/2092.  DC-2-243 for USAAC.
504 (MSN 2061) delivered May 15, 1939.  To CL-26 Puerto Rico Apr 1, 1944
505 (MSN 2062) delivered May 15, 1939.  (21st TCS, 374th TCG) crashed NE of 
Alice Springs, Australia May 25, 1942.  All 4 crew killed.  
This plane was noted at Nichols Field, Philippines Aug 5, 1941 and may 
have been one which escaped from Mindanao in early 1942.
Operated in Australia as VH-CCA
506 (MSN 2063) delivered May 2, 1939.  Damaged Jun 20, 1939 in landing at Offutt Field, NE.
Sold Oct 30, 1944
507 (MSN 2064) delivered May 31, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOH 
(Unidas SA, then Aerovias Vega), later XB-SI( (Mercantil Proovedor
Testla Gutierrez Oct 2, 1963.  There is a report that this plane crashed
near Dakota City Jan 31, 1944 on flight from Sioux City to
St. Joseph, MO.  3 killed.
508 (MSN 2065) delivered Jun 6, 1939.  To CL-26 at Rome Air Depot, NY May 6, 1943
509 (MSN 2066) delivered Jun 9, 1939.  To 10th AF in India Oct 1942.  
Cannibalized Nov 11, 1944
510 (MSN 2067) delivered Jun 12, 1939.  To Panama Apr 1941 and 6th AF (20.Tpt Sqdn)
in 1942.  W/o Apr 4, 1944 when ditched after ran out of fuel Alligator Pond Beach,
Jamaica.  WFU Puerto Rico May 2, 1944
511 (MSN 2068) delivered Jun 12, 1939.  To civil registry as YV-AZF for TACA
from Dec 1944, to 1945
512 (MSN 2069) delivered Jun 19, 1939. To PAA Oct 30, 1944, transferred to
CMA as XA-DOI.  Name change to Aeronaves de Mexico.  Leased to Unidas SA.  Later
to XA-KUB (JJD Guisasola), XA-KIC (Linea Aerea Guerro Apr 6, 1952.
Damaged Nov 18, 1961 when flying for Aerovias Vega and WFU
513 (MSN 2070) delivered Jun 29, 1939.  Converted to C-42 VIP transport and sold to
TACA Dec 12, 1944 (YV-AZI?).
514 (MSN 2071) delivered Jun 26, 1949.  Crashed 2 mi N of Louisville, IN Dec 12, 1942
515 (MSN 2072) delivered Jul 2, 1939.  To PAA Feb 23, 1945.  Sold to LAGOSA
same month as XA-DUF.  Later registered XB-YAV to RG Torres, then N6097 in 1956.
WFU in 1959.  Returned to registry Feb 1969 for Leamaster Aerial Spraying.
Now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.
516 (MSN 2073) delivered Jul 10, 1939.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
Virginia Jul 11, 1940 to Jul 22, 1940.  Crashed at Bethel, CN Nov 30, 1942
517 (MSN 2074) delivered Jul 12, 1939.  To civil registry as YV-AVH (Avensa) then
to Argentine Navy (0106, later CAT-33, then 3-0-3 and 1-E-303.  Sold to Transaer as
LV-GU May 20, 1960
518 (MSN 2075) delivered Jul 12, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOT for CMA
Oct 30, 1944.  WFU
519 (MSN 2076) delivered Jul 18, 1939.  To 5th AF in Australia Mar 9, 1942.  To
Australian National Airlines as VH-CCG Jul 7, 1943.  Returned to USAAF May 3, 1944.
WFU Aug 31, 1944.  To civl registry as VH-ARB for Australia National Airlines
May 29, 1946, then Macair Jan 17,1948 and Guinea Air Traders May 28, 1948.
Scrapped Jul 13, 1950.
520 (MSN 2077) delivered Jul 18, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOQ for CMA Nov 18, 1944.
Later leased to Unidas SA.  Crashed S. Luis Acatlan, Mexico Nov 27, 1951
521 (MSN 2078) delivered Sep 26, 1939.  To 10th AF Sep 15, 1942.  WFU Aug 7, 1943
522 (MSN 2079) delivered Aug 28, 1939.  To PAA Sep Sep 15, 1944.  To Avianca as C-106, then
Aerovias SA Aug 21, 1947.  To Estado do Minas Gerais as PP-MGP.  Then
to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEC. To Prospec Aug 23, 1961, Arruda Sep 29, 1967,
BASP Aerofotogrametric 1970, Servencin 1971 and IMSAJO 1973.
523 (MSN 2080) delivered Jul 31, 1939.  To civil registry as XA-DOJ for GR Vega
Sep 1944, lager MG Mendez.  WFU
524 (MSN 2081) delivered Aug 2, 1939.  To 20 Tpt Sqdn Dec 2, 1941.
Struck hill near Caomo, Pueroto Rico Oct 1, 1942.  22 killed.
525 (MSN 2082) delivered Aug 7, 1939.  Crashed into St Rouis River Mar 5, 1942
526 (MSN 2083) delivered Aug 11, 1939.  To civil registry a YV-AVK for Avensa
May 1945.  To Argentine Navy  Aug 16, 1946 (0103, then CTA-30, 3-0-1, and 1-E-301.
To civil registry as LV-GGV for Transaer in 1959.  WFU at unknown date
527 (MSN 2084) delivered Aug 7, 1939.  w/o Nov 15, 1943 when ground looped on takeoff at
McClellan Field, California.  WFU Nov 19, 1943
528 (MSN 2085) delivered Aug 10, 1949l  Converted to C-42 VIP transport.  To Argentina as YV-AVL
Aug 16, 1946
529 (MSN 2086) delivered Aug 14, 1939.  To civil registry as C-157 with TACA de
Dolombia Nov 18, 1944.  W/o Medellin Mar 1, 1946
530 (MSN 2087) delivered Aug 18, 1939.  To 5th AF (Australia) Mar 9, 1942.  Transferred
to Australia National Airlines Dec 8, 1942.  Temporarily to VH-CCF, then VH-ARA.  
Crashed Mar 9, 1944 at Molesworth
531 (MSN 2088) delivered Aug 11, 1939.  To civil registryas XA-DOB for DMA
Crashed near Oaxaca, Mexico Jul 14, 1955
532 (MSN 2089) delivered Aug 17, 1939.  To 5th AF (Australia Mar 9, 1942.  To Australia National 
Airiles Jun 6, 1943.  Temporarily to VH-CCH, then to VH-ARC May 16, 1946.  To Macair Dec 7, 1947 and Guinea Air
Traders Jun 21, 1949.  Damaged at Kerowagi, New Guinea Mar 16, 1949, scrapped at Essendon
Aug 1951
533 (MSN 2090) delivered Sep 11, 1939.  Damaged Apr 29, 1941 in taxi accident at Salt Lake City Airport,
Utah.
534 (MSN 2091) delivered Sep 21, 1939.  To 6th AF (20 Tpt Sqdn) Dec 21, 1941.  Damaged Apr 6, 1942
when ground looped at Waller Field, BWI.  WFU.  To XA-DOS
535 (MSN 2092) delivered Sep 28, 1939.  WFU Oct 1944.
38-536 ... 38-538
Lockheed C-40
USAAC version of Model 12 commercial airliner.  Redesignated UC-40 in 1/1943.	
536 was MSN 1247, ex NC18965.  Postwar as NC18965/N18965 then N9052, later N228M, then N10PB.  W/o in
takeoff accident in Virginia Jan 17, 1973.  After accident registered as N55185 Apr 27, 1996.  Stored
at Griffin, Georgia 1997 under restoration.  Cancelled Jun 27, 2013
537 (MSN 1254) postwar N16026, later N36P.  Reengined with turboprop in late 1960s.  Damaged at Quintana Roo,
Mexico Jun 24, 1974.  Repaired and crashed on takeoff at Pontiac, Michigan Aug 7, 1979, cancelled Apr 1993.
538 (MSN 1255) w/o in accident at Kelly Field Oct 5, 1941.  Reported as repaired.  SOC in Alaska Feb 28, 1945.			
38-539 ... 38-548
Lockheed C-40A
MSN 1256/1265.  USAAC version of Model 12 commercial airliner.  Redesignated UC-40A in 1/1943.
539 (MSN 1256) to NC49722, NC14278, NC4278, then N4278.  Cancelled Nov 7, 2012
540 (MSN 1257) to PP-PBV, NC970, N970, N93L, N93R, still current.  In restoration hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino,
CA marked as 38-540.  Now on display at Yanks Air Museum.
541 (MSN 1258) to NC19933, N19933
542 (MSN 1259) destroyed in spin/stall accident at Paine Field, WA May 12, 1942.  Stated as wrecked when port
undercarriage collapsed.  No mention of casualites.
543 (MSN 1260) SOC Mar 1943
544 (MSN 1261) to NC66151, N32J, N32JB, then N32J again.  Curent as N32J
545 (MSN 1262) postwar NC48741, then N48741 with Pure Oil Co of Chicago, IL.  Later N37P, N299A, and N712FM.  
In 2012 was registered as VH-HID
546 (MSN 1263)  crashed near Wright Field, OH after midair 
collision with C-54 41-37271 Jul 9, 1943
547 (MSN 1264) to Cuban Army IM-18
548 (MSN 1265) to NC801, NC69033, N69033. Damaged by engine failure and fire at Dillingham, Arkansas Jul 21, 1961.
38-556 ... 38-581
Grumman OA-9 Goose
MSN 1022/1047.  Survivors redesignated A-9 in 1948.
556 (MSN 1022) crashed Apr 4, 1939 on landing at Cleveland Airport
557 (MSN 1023) crashed Dec 19, 1942 near St Johns, Newfoundland
558 (MSN 1024) in landing accident at Wheeler Field, HI Oct 16, 1941.  Was with HQ, 18th ABG at Wheeler
Field on Dec 7, 1941.
559 (MSN 1025) w/o when ditched 4 mi NE of Madden Dam in Panama
Jun 2, 1944.
560 (MSN 1026) crashed Sep 30 1940 during takeoff from West Point, New York
561 (MSN 1027) crashed Nov 22, 1939 on landing at Laguna De Bay, Rizal, Philippines
562 (MSN 1028) in landing accident at Cat Cay, 90 mi SE of Palm
Beach in the Caribbean Jun 2, 1945.
563 (MSN 1029) crashed 10May 10, 1939 landing nr Port Lookout, MD.
564 (MSN 1030) redesignated ZA-9A Jun 11, 1948.  WFU Nov 1, 1949.  To N51600 May 18, 1953. To CF-HFF Uul 7, 1953.
To N4221A Sep 1962.  Forced landing Jul 13, 1964 after engine torn off during take-off at Avalon, CA	
565 (MSN 1031) crashed Feb 24, 1940 landing on Anacostia River, Washington, DC.
566 (MSN 1032) in landing accident 10 mi W of New Amsterdam
(Atkinson Field) in British Guiana Apr 24, 1946
567 (MSN 1033) damaged Jul 6, 1943 in take-off accident at Georgetown, British Guiana; damaged Mar 4, 1944 in landing 
accident at Zandery Field, British Guiana; WFU Mar 1947
568 (MSN 1034) w/o when crashed 300 yd offshore of Kolo Molokai
Jan 16, 1941
569 (MSN 1035) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 15th PG on Dec 7, 1941.  WFU Jun 1945,  Probably went to Chinese AF
570 (MSN 1036) in accident at Boa Vista Brazil Nov 7, 1942
571 (MSN 1037) DBR Jul 31, 1940 when force landing after engine failure at Rio Hato, Panama
572 (MSN 1038) crashed Dec 12, 1939 while landing at Tigre Island, San Blas, Canal Zone, Panama
573 (MSN 1039) in accident at Anachucuna Bay, Canal Zone Jul 7, 1942.
574 (MSN 1040) DBR Jan 20, 1941
575 (MSN 1041) in takeoff accident 300 yd offshore at Bellows
Field, HI Nov 17, 1941.  Was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 18th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
576 (MSN 1042) in takeoff accident at Georgetown, British Guiana
Jul 6, 1943, followed by landing accident Mar 4, 1944 at
Zandery Field in Surinam.
577 (MSN 1043) DBR 9Dec40 when landing at Clear Lake, CA. Sunk.
578 (MSN 1044) WFU Sep45
579 (MSN 1045) NX33178; returned to USAAF. To NC33178 1945; N33178 1954; N1309; C-99; N60X; C-GHAV Apr 1974. 
Crashed May 6, 1991 at Squamish, BC
580 (MSN 1046) WFU Jun 1944
581 (MSN 1047) DBR Nov 17, 1942
38-582 ... 38-582
Lockheed C-40B
MSN 1266.  USAAF version of Model 12 Junior Electra commercial airliner.
Used for tricycle tests.  Converted back to C-40A.   To Delta Airlines Jan 23, 1945 for use as pilot trainer
and route survey ship.  Postwar NC14999, later N14999.  Sold to Transair, Inc Jul 11, 1946.  Crashed 
Ardmore, Oklahoma at unknown date, and used for spares.
38-585 ... 38-609
Douglas B-18A
MSN 2635/2659
587 damaged Jun 24, 1941 in taxi accident at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico.
588 damaged Aug 4, 1942 in ground accident at Albuquerque AAB, New Mexico.
591 damaged Apr 7, 1942 in takeoff accident at Langley Field, Virginia
592 damaged Apr 27, 1942 in taxi accident at Albuquerqu AAB, New Mexico.
593 (B-18B) operated as firebomber N66267 1954-1970. In storage at
Litchfield, AZ by Sep 1969.  Delivered to Pima Sep 5, 1976.
Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
595 (55 Svc Sqn) force-landed 2 mi N of Barksdale Field, LA Jul 7, 1941
596 damaged May 7, 1943 in taxi aqccident at Big Spring AAB, Texas
597 W/o  Mar 14, 1942 at Albuquerque AAB, NM 
598 W/o Jan 7, 1942 at James River Bridge, VA 
599 W/o Jun 3, 1942 at Wright Field, OH 
602 W/o Apr 23, 1942 at St Lucia, British West Indies 
603 W/o Nov 22, 1940 at Guatamala City, Guatamala
604 Redesignated as RB-18A on Oct  22, 1942
606 (34th BG, 18th BS) w/o in landing accident at Westover Field, MA Dec 11, 1941.  w/o Jun 19, 1942 at
Meacham Field, Florida
607 damaged Apr 267, 1942 in taxi accident at Duncan Field, Texas
609 w/o Mar 4, 1942 at Sacramento Muni Airport, CA
39-12 ... 39-26
Douglas B-18A
MSN 2660/2674
12 to RFC at McKellar Oct 14, 1944
13 off inventory by Aug 1, 1945
14 to RFC at McKellar Dec 16, 1944
15 surveyed Jun 20, 1944
16 wrecked 25 mi S of Albuquerque, MN Apr 3, 1942 when both engines quit
and crew bailed out
17 (34th BG, 18th BS) w/o in landing accident at Westover Field, Ma Dec 11, 1941.  Surveyed at Westover Jul 25,1942.
18 redesignated RB-18A Oct 22, 1942.  Burned out at March Field Mar 5, 1943
19 to DPC at Bush Field Jan 31, 1945
20 scrapped at Lowry Aug 3, 1945
21 to reclamation Aug 14, 1945
22 crashed near Watkins, CO in bad weather Aug 22, 1944.  9 killed
23 Redesignated as RB-18A on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 21 Jan 1944 at Amchitka, AK
24 off inventory Apr 1,1944
25 redesignated RB-18A Oct 22, 1942.  To RFC at McKellar Nov 3, 1944.  To civilian registry as NC62477.  
To Cuban AF in 1958 and used by FAR.  Returned to USA Dec 1960.  Rebuilt and preserved at Wings 
Over The Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, CO painted as 39-522.  Was at one time displayed 
at WPAFB then in Cannon AFB Museum, now Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado
26 missing in bad weather out of McClelland Field, CA Feb 3, 1942.  Crashed into
Wolfe Mountin 75 mi E of Princeton, OR Feb 4, 1942. All on
board killed, not found until Aug 1942.
39-27 ... 39-64
Douglas B-23 Dragon
MSN 2713/2750.  Ordered as B-18A but contract changed to B-23
27 (MSN 2713) first flight Jul 27, 1939.  Damaged on landing at Eglin Field, FL Feb 2, 1941.  SOC Apr 9, 1942.
28 (MSN 2714) to RFC Apr 5,1945.  To Starling Airports as NX54584, later NC54584.  To 
National Distillers Products as N100P in 1954.  To Green Bay Packaging
Inc as N58091.  Off registry by Feb 1980.  Landings database has this plane
registered to Lorenair, Inc of Miami, FL as N58091 Mar 6, 1970.  Cancelled Feb 21, 2013.
29 (MSN 2715) redesignated UC-67 Jan 1, 1943.  W/o May 31, 1943 at Austin, NV.  SOC Jun 8, 1943.
30 (MSN 2716) to RFC at McKellar Dec 14, 1944.  To Pan Am as NR48909 in 1945.  To General Tire and Rubber
Co as N1G.  Off registry by Jan 1964.
31 (MSN 2717) redesignated UC-67 Dec 4, 1941.  To RFC at McKellar Field Sep 2, 1944.  To Pan Am as N4000W in 
1947.  Re-registered as N4000U Sep 20, 1968 to Carolina Aircraft Corp.  Cancelled  Dec 17, 1968 on
export to Ecuador.  To Cia Ecuatoriana de Aviacion as
HC-APV in Dec 1968.  Preserved in Ecuadorian Air Museum, Quito, Ecuador as HC-APV
Warbirds Worldwide Directory had it registered 1954 to Pan
American World Airways as N400W, used by Juan Trippe as
executive transport.  Reregistered N4000W in 1959, sold Aug 29, 1968
to Carolina Aircraft Corp of Miami FL and in Dec 1959 to
Ecuatoriana of Quito, Ecuador as HC-APV.  WFU at Quito in 
1975.  By 1988 was at Museo Aereo de FAE, Mariscal Susre AB, Quito, Ecuador.
32 (MSN 2718) used by Pratt & Whitney for trials of R-2800.  To RFC at Patterson Field Jun 2, 1945.  
Subsequent fate unknown, presumably sold for scrap.
33 (MSN 2719) to RFC at McKellar Field Dec 2, 1944.  To Howard Hughes as NC49548 6/2/1945.  
To Gar Wood Industries 12/15/1945 as NC747.  Later re-registered as N747M.  
To Rexall Drug Co in 1951, Food Machinery Corp in 1954,
To Monarch Aviation as N747M in 1966.  To Douglas B-23 of Montery Inc May 1978.  
Sale reported July 1988.  Acquired on lease from World Airways
by Douglas Historical Foundation of Long Beach, CA and
placed on display 1984 at Douglas plant.  Registered N747M Jan 28, 2011 to Pissed Away, current.
34 (MSN 2720) redesignated UC-67 Jan 6, 1942.  To Class 26 instructional airframe at Gravely Point, WA Jun 20, 1943.
Subsequent fate unknown, presumably scrapped.
35 (MSN 2721) converted to UC-67 Jan 6, 1942.  To RFC at Bush Field Nov 18, 1944.  Subsequent fate unknown,
presumably sold for scrap.
36 (MSN 2722) redesignated UC-67 Jul 23, 1944.  To RFC at Bush Field Sep 8, 1944.  To Paul Mantz Air Services as
NC52327 in 1945.  To California Oil Co as N52327 in 1947.  To Westernair in 1970,
Data Flight, Inc in 1971.  Operated in 1974 by the University of Washington for the Air Force Cambridge 
Research Laboratory.   Used to sample cloud particles for a project sponsored by the Space & Missile Systems Organization.
To Spurling Aviation, Ltd in 1977, to Puget Sound Helicopters Jan 1981, Univ of WA Nov 1982.  To McChord Air 
Museum, Washington Dec 11, 1985, where it is now on display.  Damaged in landing at Kingman,
AZ Jun 1984.  Restored to military configuration at Mojave in 1985 and ownership passed to USAFM.  Registration 
N52327 cancelled Jun 27, 2013
37 (MSN 2723) to RFC at Bush Field Jan 24, 1945.  Ro John Galbreath as NR41821 1947.  To Union Oil Co of CA as 
N41821 in 1945, to Westinghouse Co 1955.  To A. J. Dewitt as N80N in 1964.
To Medical Electronics, Inc in 1966, to J. H. Logsdon, Ptnrs in 1968, to Robert P. Schaefli
in 1977, to J. Pl Boy in 1981.  Now at USAF Museum, OH undergoing restoration.
38 (MSN 2724) to RFC at Bush Field May 11, 1945.  To Henry J. Kaiser Co as NR56249 in 1947. To Standard Oil of 
California as NC56249, later N56249, later N62G in 1964.  Sold to Confederate Air Force in 1973.
No longer flyable, by 2003 on static display at Midland AP, TX.  Sold by CAF to 1941 Historical Aircraft 
Group Museum, Geneseo, NY. In Mar 2009 aircraft was being dismantled for shipment to Geneseo.  Sale
reported Dec 2, 2009.  Registration N62G cancelled Aug 20, 2013
39 (MSN 2725) redesignated UC-67 Dec 9, 1941.  To RFC at Patterson Field Jul 2, 1944.  Subsequent history unknown,
presumably sold for scrap.
40 (MSN 2726) W/o Jun 16, 1942 at March Field, Riverside, CA .  Relegated to Class 26 instructiional airframe Sep 17, 1942
41 (MSN 2727) converted to UC-67 Feb 19, 1943. To RFC Bush Field, GA 6/7/45. In 1946 NR61666 General 
Motors Corp.; reregistered NC61666 in 1947. In 1954 N61666 D. D. Feldman. In 1964 General 
Electric Corp. July 1966 Airlease Inc. Abandoned in Argentina 1967.  In 1968 to R. L. York. 
Acquired 1969 by Harris Trust and Savings Bank Corp of Chicago (may have been confiscated from previous owner). 
Registered N61666 Oct 31, 1968 to Harris Trust and Savings Bank, Cancelled Dec 17, 1971. 
42 (MSN 2728) wrecked near Beaumont CA Oct 12, 1941 and SOC.
43 (MSN 2729) redesignated UC-67 Dec 27, 1941.  Crashed near Flomaton, Alabama Jan 26, 1943. 10 killed
44 (MSN 2730) redesignated UC-67 Dec 4, 1941. To RFC Bush Field, GA Jan 20, 1945. To Hughes Tool Co as NR49811
in 1945, later NC49811 and N49811.  In March 1949 (or 1954?) to National Supply Co. In 1964 
Madden and Smith Aircraft Corp as N777X.  In 1966 to Capital Reserve Corp as N744Q. In 1970 
to Wm Dixie Stores as N141W. Cancelled by February 1980.
45 (MSN 2731) designated as Class 26 instructional airframe May 8, 1942.  SOC Jul 24, 1942.  
Condemned at McChord Field, WA
46 (MSN 2732) to RFC Ontario, CA May 1, 1945. In 1945 to Gar Wood Industries Inc as NR53253. In 1954 
to Tennessee Gas Transmission Co as N53253. In 1964 to Ammann Division Inc. 
In 1966 to Gulf & Western. Registered N53253 Mar 17, 1970 to EM Luke.  Cancelled 1971 but sale reported by February 1980.  Landings
database has this plane being sold to an owner in Oklahoma City, OK.
Some sources have this plane being registered to Howard Hughes as NR53253.  Registration N53253 cancelled
Nov 13, 2012
47 (MSN 2733) redesignated UC-67 Jan 4, 1942. Used as staff transport by General C. E. Bradshaw in 1944.
To RFC Bush Field, GA Jul 4, 1945.  In 1945 to United 
Rexall Drug Co as NR45361. In 1954 to General Electric Co as N45361. Later to 
L. B. Smith as N8650E. In 1964 to Interpublic Inc as N409ME.  In 1968 to Laboratory 
for Electronics, Inc.  Reregistered as N880L by 1968.  In 1970 to Jenney Flight 
Engineering Inc as N880L.  To M. Jones in 1977.  To Leroy W. Richards in 1981.  Sold to USAF Museum Jan 22, 1985.
To Castle AFB where it is now on display.   The Castle Museum C-67 has alternatively been quoted as
MSN 2731 ex 39-45.  Registration N880L cancelled Nov 15, 2012. The registration N45531 has also been associated with this aircraft.
48 (MSN 2734) to RFC at McKellar Nov 7, 1944.  To Pacific Lumber Co as NC67000 (some sources have Howard Hughes as
being associated with this plane).  Reregistered as N67000 in 1954.  Crashed prior to Jan 1964.
49 (MSN 2735) redesignated as RB-23 on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 22 Oct 1942 at High Rock, NC.  Relegated to instructional 
airframe Nov 26, 1942.  
50 (MSN 2736) loaned to General Electric Feb 20, 1942, then to American Airlines Nov 12, 1942.  Condemned
Feb 19, 1944 and may have been disposed of through RFC.
51 (MSN 2737) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Nov 7, 1944. To Roscoe Turner in 1947 as NX61Y.  To Celanese 
Corp of America in 1954 as N61Y. Subsequently to Pittsburg Construction Co as N34C. To Consolidated 
Coal Co as N534C as 1964. To Ohio State University in 1966. Later became N230SU.  To Founders Investment Corp as 
N534J in 1968. To Airlease Inc in 1969. registered N534J Jul 7, 1971 to Aircraft Surplus Co.
Cancelled Dec 2, 1971.  Acquired by USAFM and put on display in 1974 at Pima 
Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
52 (MSN 2738) crashed McCall, Idaho Jan 29, 1943.   Crew recovered some time after Feb 13.
53 (MSN 2739) converted to UC-67.  Operated from Muroc Dry Lake, CA as control ship for Culver PQ-8 target. 
To RFC/scrap, Patterson Field May 31, 1945.  To Lehman Bros as NR58092 
in 1947.  To H. K. Porter Co as N58092 in 1954.  To Monarch Aviation Inc in 1966. 
To Trans Aero Systems Inc in 1969. Cancelled by July 1971.
54 (MSN 2740) redesignated UC-67.  Designated as Class 26 instructional airframe Aug 31, 1943.  Subsequent
history unknown.
55 (MSN 2741) redesignated UC-67 Nov 24, 1942.  Crashed Washington DC Jan 22, 1943 after engine failure.
To CL-26 at Bolling Field Feb 9, 1943
56 (MSN 2742) to RFC Patterson Field, Savanna GA Jun 5, 1945
57 (MSN 2743) redesignated UC-67 Dec 24, 1941.  To RFC at McKellar Field, TN Sep 4, 1944.  To Pan Am
as NR33309 in 1945, later to Hearst Corp.  Registered N400B.  To E. W. Scripps Co of Cincinnati as N4000B in 1954.  
To Purdue University in 1969.  To Dennis Sherman in 1970.  To P&M Supply Co in 1977.
To T. M. Page in May 1978.  To Kermit Weeks in May 1984. Registered N4000B May 4, 1987 to Weeks Air Museum,.
Was on display at Weeks Air Museum, Miami, FL, now moved to Fantasy of Flight museum at Polk City.   
Currently registered to Worlds Greatest Aircraft Collection.
58 (MSN 2744) redesignated UC-67 Dec 23, 1941.  To RFC at Grenier Field, NH Jul 6, 1945.  To Hugh McL.
Fenwick as NR69333 in 1947.  Off registry by Jan 1964.
59 (MSN 2745) redesignated UC-67 Jan 8, 1943.  Loaned to Boeing Apr 9, 1943.  To RFC at McKellar Field, TN
Dec 14, 1944.  To PanAm as NR49981 in 1945.  To Esso Shipping Co as N4989W in 1954.  Registered N86E 8Feb63 to 
John W. Mecom.   Cancelled 6Sep72.   Instructional airframe for the Delta Technical School at Athens (Hellinikon) Airport, 
Abandoned at Athens APT in 1969 and still there in 1986.  Broken up in the Summer of 1986..  
60 (MSN 2746) to RFC at MCKellar Field Feb 15, 1944. to Howard Hughes as NC44890 5/23/1945.  
Crashed on a dirt strip south of Mount Shasta, CA Oct 20, 1951.  Pilot, copilot, and two 
passengers uninjured, but aircraft destroyed by fire.
61 (MSN 2747) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN.  To DPC as NR18647 in 1946.  To PanAm later that year as NNC18647.
To Corning Glass Works in 1947.  To National Steel Corp as N18647 in 1954.  Off registry by 1964.
62 (MSN 2748) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Oct 11, 1944.  To PanAm as NR33310 in 1945, later reregistered
as NC33310.  In 1947 to C&R Turner as N33310.  To General Electric Co in 1954.  To Palm Beach
Yacht Sales in 1966. To Sharmex SA of Mexico Aug 1966 as XB-PUR, registration cancelled
Nov 1967. To P. T. Sharples as N1755 in 1968.  To Omni Investment Corp in 1969.
To Transport Leasing Corp in 1970.  Withdrawn from use in Panama, off registry by Feb 1980. 
Was abandoned at Panama and impounded for non-payment of parking dues.  Derelict at
Panama City, Canal Zone by Jun 1973.  Broken up in 1978. 
63 (MSN 2749) redesignated UC-67.  To Standard Oil Co of New Jersey as NR47994 in 1947.  To Esso Shipping
Co as N47994 in 1954.  To Le Tourneau Westinghouse as N777L and later N777LW.  To Appliance
Buyers Credit Corp in 1964.  To B. McCreary and partner in Jan 1969.  Still on registry to 
Robert Schlaeffli of Moses Lake, WA.  
64 (MSN 2750) redsignated UC-67 Dec 23, 1941. To PanAM Aug 3, 1943.  To RFC at McKellar Field, TN 9/3/44.
to Pan Am as NR33311 in 1945.  Later reregistered as NX33311.  To General Electric Co as
N33311 in 1954.  To Los Angeles Trade Tech, CA in 1963 as instructional
airframe.  Off registry by Jul 1966.  Set on fire by vandals and scrapped 1969.
39-65 ... 39-138
North American O-47B
MSN 51-978/1051.
65 DPC Bush Field GA 12/8/44
66 W/o Jul 1, 1944 at Pueblo AAB, CO.
67 surveyed Feb 14, 1944
68 RFC McKeller Field, TN 10/5/44
69 missing off Dry Tortugas Light House, FL Feb 15, 1942.
70 to reclamation Nov 2, 1944
71 W/o Feb 24, 1943 at Tyndall Field, FL.  To CL-26 Mar 5, 1943
72 W/o Feb 10, 1943 en route Bradley Field & Mitchel Field, NY.  Condemned Dec 11, 1943
73 scrapped Bolling Field Oct 28, 1944.
74 to RFC at McKellar Sep 23, 1944
75 condemned Jan 4, 1943.
76 destroyed in depot shop 12/7/41
77 condemned Jan 31, 1944
78 wrecked Nov 7, 1944 off Hickam Field, Oahu.
79 destroyed in depot shop 12/7/41
80 salvaged Oct 20, 1944
81 condemned May 29, 1943
82 condemned Jun 25, 1942.
83 wrecked Aug 12, 1941 near Haleiwa, Oahu in midair.  Pilot bailed out.
84 wrecked Nov 17, 1941 at Bellows Field, Oahu
85 was with 71th ABS, 18th ABG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Salvaged Oct 20, 1944.
86 condemned Jul 31, 1944.
87 destroyed in depot shop 12/7/41
88 salvaged Oct 20, 1944
89 to DPC Bush Field Apr 8, 1945
90 ditched 10 mi off Port Everglades, FL Oct 8, 1942.
91 to RFC at McKellar Field Nov 2, 1944
92 wrecked Aug 27, 1942, College Park, GA.
93 condemned Sep 3, 1945.
94 wrecked Jan 6, 1943 at New Orleans AAB, LA and damaged beyond repair
95 to RFC at McKellar Field Sep 4, 1944.
96 wrecked Apr 11, 1944 Camp Beauregard.  Pilot killed
97 condemned Apr 4, 1942
98 to RFC Esler Sep 1945.  To N73716.  Seen Oct 2006 at Combat
Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  Still there Mar 2009.
99 W/o  Dec 11, 1941 at Chestertown, MD.   Condemned for wear and tear Jan 29, 1942
100 surveyed Oct 11, 1943.
101 condemned Dec 31, 1941
102 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Sep 8, 1944.
103 to CL-26 May 30, 1942
104 wrecked at Crawfield, MS Mar 13, 1940.
105 RFC McKellar Field, TN 9/21/44
106 wrecked at Houston, TX Sep 6, 1941.
107 pilot bailed out Nov 19, 1943 over Eagle Point, OR due to icing conditions 
and landed on Ginger Rogers' ranch
108 W/o Sep 23, 1942 at Manalapan, NJ.  To CL-26 Oct 8, 1942.
109 to RFC at McKellar Field Sep 22, 1944
110 W/o May 6, 1944 at Columbia, TN.   To reclamation at Brookley Field Oct 19, 1945
111 salvaged Jan 10, 1946
112 (MSN 51-1025) to RFC at McKellar Field Dec 16, 1944. To
N73722, was owned by user in Minnesota.  Noted
Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, painted as 37-328.  
113 to RFC at McKellar Field Oct 30, 1944
114 condemned acccident Mar 29, 1944
115 surveyed at Brookley Field Jan 14 ,1944
116 salvaged Mar 28, 1944
117 to RFC at McKellar Field Oct 14, 1944
118 W/o Jun 17, 1944 at Meacham Field, TX.   To reclamation at Ft Worth Apr 1, 1946.
119 to RFC at McKellar, TN Sep 22, 1944
120 wrecked Apr 8, 1942, Gray Field, WA.  to Spokane Air Depot Training School 5/26/42.
121 wrecked after forced landing on beach Mar 14, 1942, Ft Lauderdale, FL.  To CL-26
122 to RFC at Jackson Aug 30, 1944
123 to reclamation Jun 9, 1947 at Kelly Field, TX.
124 surveyed Jul 11, 1943
125 to DPC at Tinker Sep 1, 1943
126 w/o Nov 16, 1941 at Ellerbe, NC.  surveyed at Savannah Oct 14, 1942
127 to DPC at Stockton, CA Aug 30, 1944.
128 wrecked 1 mi S of Ocean City, MD after force landing on sandbar Jan 12,1943
129 W/o Mar 19, 1943 at Corvallis, OR.  To CL-26 at Portland AB, OR May 4, 1943.
130 to RFC at Andrews Jun 18, 1945
131 W/o Aug 5, 1943 at Haynesville, LA.   To CL-26 Aug 12, 1943
132 salvaged Jan 10, 1942.
133 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 13, 1945
134 W/o Feb 12, 1942 at Esler Field, LA.  surveyed at Barksdale May 15, 1942
135 to CL-26 Dec 1943
136 W/o Dec 14, 1943 at Memphis, TN.  To CL-26 at Stuttgart, Arkansas Dec 31, 1943
137 W/o Mar 13, 1943 at Laurel, MS. 
138 to CL-26 Aug 29, 1943
39-139 ... 39-141
Beech YC-43 Traveler
MSN 295/297.  Model D17S for US Army Air Corps
139 (MSN 295) based in UK for use by US Air Attache in London.  Impressed into RAF May 1, 1941 as DR628.  Often used
by Prince Bernhardt of the Netherlands.  Returned to USAAF at end of war and sold on
civilian market as NC91397.  To Commercial Air Services Ltd in 1951 as G-AMBY and later 
that year to owner in Southern Rhodesia as VP-YIV.  Later became VP-RIV and ZS-PWD.
In 1985 was bought by Ron Huckins of Wichita, KS and registered N295BS; 
subsequently sold to Bruce McCaw who restored it and 1987 donated it to 
Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.  Reported 2005 to be extant with Duke of
Brabant Air Force, Eindhoven, Holland
140 (MSN 296) used by Air Attache in Paris.  to reclamation at Hill Field Jul 2, 1946
141 (cn 297) used by Air Attache in Rome.  Seized by Italian forces
after Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Feb 5, 1942.  Used by Italian AF as
MM504
39-156 ... 39-289
Curtiss P-40 
MSN 13033/13166.  Curtiss Model 81.  Redesignated RP-40 (restricted from duty as fighters) Oct 22, 1942.
156 crashed 7 mi S of Lincolnton, SC May 30, 1942.  Pilot killed.
157 to reclamation at Lowery Field Mar 31, 1946
158 to CL-26 at Aeronautical University, Chicago.
159 W/o Aug 26, 1941 at Lake Orion, MI.   Surveyed at Selfridge Sep 5, 1941
160 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Sep 3, 1940 to Dec 230, 1940.
To CL-26 at Luke
161 surveyed at Craig Field Jun 3, 1943
162 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
163 to CL-26 at Chanute Oct 9, 1942.
164 to CL-26 Jul 28, 1942.
165 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jun 18, 1940 to Jul 15, 1940.		
Assigned tgo Curtiss Aircraft, Buffalo, NY.  Wrecked Dec 10, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
166 crashed near Miamisburg, OH Apr 10, 1941.  Pilot killed.
167 to CL-26 at Mitchel Field Jan 4, 1942.
168 crashed at Harding Field after mid-air Apr 22, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
169 crashed at Harding Field after mid-air Apr 22, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
170 to CL-26 at Luke May 2, 1943.
171 destroyed in landing accident 11/18/41, Muni Airport, Tulsa OK.
172 surveyed May 30, 1944
173 to reclamation at Brookley Field Sep 20, 1945.
174 to CL-26 at Luke May 25, 1943.
175 in midair May 1, 1942 15 mi SE of Harding Field, LA.  Pilot bailed out.
176 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To CL-26 Jul 25, 1942.
177 wrecked at Groton, CT Sep 16, 1940
178 wrecked Sep 5, 1941 near Westbury, NY and damaged beyond repair.
179 with 36th BS, 8th PG crashed 2 mi SE of Smithfield, VA Jul 8, 1940.  Surveyed at Langley Field Sep 23, 1940
180 to CL-26 at Mitchel Field
181 wrecked at Morris Field May 24, 1942 and damaged beyond repair.
182 in crashed with 36th BS, 8th PG in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Oct 21, 1940.
Must have been rebuilt since was redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1942 and reserialed 42-14269.  I have
a report that it was delivered to RAF, but can't trace any reference to this.  
183 spun in at Groton, CT Apr 26, 1941.  Pilot killed.
184 in midair fire May 22, 1943 at Luke Field, AZ, pilot bailed out
185 to CL-26 May 25, 1943
186 surveyed at Spence Field Sep 11, 1943
187 redesignated P-40G Aug 21, 1941.  Transferred to Casey Jones School, NJ 1/5/42
188 to CL-26 Feb 23, 1942
189 wrecked Auburn, GA Nov 12, 1942.
190 redesignated P-40G Aug 18, 1941.  In midair collision Sep 19, 1941, Natchitoches, LA.
191 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
192 (36th BS, 8th PG) forcelanded 5 mi NE of Parksley, VA Nov 17, 1940.  Surveyed Dec 17, 1942
193 in midair collision with Navy plane Sept 15, 1941, Loushatta, LA.
Pilot killed.
194 lost Oct 24, 1941 with 57th FG after fuel exhaustion at Roaring River, Ca over
Sierra Nevada Mountains during cross country flight.  Repaired.  
Spun in at Fresno AB, Windsor-Locks Nov 2, 1942.  Pilot killed. 
195 condemned Nov 26, 1942.  To reclamation Lincoln Aug 30, 1945
196 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
197 redesignated P-40G Aug 21, 1941.  Transferred to New England Aircraft School, Boston 
as ground instructional airframe Jan 5, 1942.
198 to CL-26 at Chanute Jun 18, 1942
199 wrecked at Mitchel Field, NY Sept 6, 1941.
200 crashed and burned Bass Lake, CA Oct 24, 1941
201 wrecked south of Hempstead, NY Mar 21, 1941.
202 in midair collision with 39-214 Feb 6, 1940 near Long Island, NY
203 surveyed Feb 10, 1942 at Pierre AAF, SD
204 converted to P-40G.  To ground instructional airframe
Mar 31, 1942.  To CL-26 at West Palm Beach, FL
205 W/o Mar 20, 1942 at Harding Field, LA.  To CL-26 at Baton Rouge, LA May 28, 1942
206 Conv to P-40G; surveyed Jul 27, 1942.
207 wrecked at Northport, NY off Long Island, NY Feb 4, 1941.
208 W/o Dec 22, 1941 at Republic Airport, NY.  Condemned Jan 21, 1942
209 redesignated P-40G Sep 25, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR.
210 to CL-26 at Stewart Mar 17, 1944
211 to CL-26 at Lincoln Jul 24, 1942
212 wrecked at Mitchell Field Jan 13, 1941 and damaged beyond repair
213 lost in bad weather Oct 24, 1941 near Little Lake, CA.  Pilot bailed out.
214 in midair collision with 39-202 Feb 6, 1940 near Wyandach, Long Island, NY
215 to CL-26 Mar 17, 1944
216 wrecked in ground-looped landing at Tuskegee Sep 9, 1942.
217 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
218 wrecked near Gloucester, MA Feb 6, 1942.
219 to CL-26 Aug 12, 1942.
220 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  crashed Jul 21, 1942 SE of Luke Field, AZ after rudder cable broke.
Pilot bailed out.
221 modified as XP-40G (Model H81-AG) To Curtiss for Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  Given to USSR
Aug 31, 1943
222 W/o Mar 18, 1943 at Luke Field, AZ .  to CL-26 at Luke Jun 30, 1943
223 condemned Apr 24, 1942
224 to CL-26 Mar 2, 1942
225 W/o Aug 14, 1943 at Tuskegee AAF, AL.  Surveyed Aug 15, 1943
226 redesignated P-40G Aug 14, 1941.  To CL-26 at Biloxi May 8, 1942.
227 in forced landing near Goldwater, AZ Jul 17, 1942 and w/o.
228 wrecked in landing accident at Mitchel Field Aug 21, 1941
229 crashed after structural failure Gila Bend, AZ Sept 4, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
230 to CL-26 at West Palm Beach Mar 19, 1942
231 to CL-26 Apr 6, 1942.
232 condemned Apr 14, 1942
233 W/o Apr 4, 1942 at Harding Field, LA.  To CL-26 Apr 24, 1942.
234 W/o 9 May 9, 1942 at Tylertown, MS.  
235 converted to P-40G.  To CL-26 at Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX Mar 18, 1942.
236 to CL-26 Oct 1, 1942.
237 to Pasadena Junior College as CL-26 Mar 27, 1943
238 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Curtiss for Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
239 in midair collision near Hamilton Field, CA Sept 22, 1941.
240 wrecked in force-landing at Hamilton Field Feb 4, 1941.  Diverted to CL-26
241 in midair collision with 40-303 at Red Bluff, CA Apr 22, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
242 in midair collision with 40-294 Coalinga, CA Mar 25, 1941.  Pilot killed.
243 redesignated P-40G Aug 23, 1941. To ground instructional airframe
Jun 17,1942 and to Buckley Field, Denver, CO Aug 8, 1942.  
To RFC at Buckley Field May 7, 1945
244 W/o Feb 1, 1942 at Muroc Gunnery Range, CA.  To CL-26 at Morrow Apr 3, 1942.
245 to CL-26 Jul 24, 1942
246 crashed at Craig Field, AL Nov 12, 1942.
247 to CL-26 at March Field Apr 12, 1941
248 converted to P-40G.  To ground instructional airframe May 15, 1943.
To reclamation at San Vernardino May 12, 1945
249 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  crashed near Riverside, CA Jan 17, 1942.  Pilot killed.
250 converted to CL-26 Apr 29, 1942
251 in midair fire near Tifton, GA Jun 13, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
252 caught fire in air near Hamilton Field, CA Feb 16, 1941.  Pilot bailed out
253 condemned Mar 19, 1942
254 in midair collision near Harding Field Apr 22, 1941.  Pilot killed.
255 condemned to CL-26 Sep 16, 1944.
256 wrecked at McClellan Field, CA Mar 1, 1942
257 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  W/o Dec 25, 1941 at Ventura, CA.  Condemned Jan 17, 1942.
258 in midair fire near Hamilton Field, CA Mar 7, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
259 to CL-26 Feb 27, 1942.
260 to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
261 in midair collision near Harding Field, LA May 1, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
262 to CL-26 Dec 12, 1942
263 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  Wrecked in midair collision with 39-239
over San Pablo Bay Oct 16, 1941.  Surveyed Sep 1941 (conflict of dates here).
Also listed as having midair with P-40 40-239 Sep 22, 1941 and crashed
into Tubbs Island N of Hamilton, pilot bailed out OK.
264 to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
265 crashed after engine failure into golf course near Petaluma, CA Jun 16, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
266 condemned Aug 25, 1942.
267 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  W/o 22 Sep 1941 at Hamilton Field, CA.  Condemned Sep 25, 1941
268 W/o Feb 16, 1943 at Red Level, AL.  Surveyed May 30, 1943.
269 crashed near Luke Field, AZ Nov 21, 1942 after control failure.  Pilot
bailed out.
270 to reclamation at Brookley Sep 20, 1945.
271 w/o in takeoff accident at Spence Field, GA Feb 24, 1943.
272 surveyed Oct 2, 1942
273 mising NW of Golden Gate Bridge, CA Oct 9, 1941. Crashed into Tennessee
Cove off coast of Marin County.  Pilot killed.
274 to RFC Lincoln Dec 5, 1944.
275 converted to P-40G.  Wrecked in forced landing at Harding Field, LA Mar 11, 1942
276 redesignated P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  Surveyed Oct 17, 1942
277 wrecked in forced landing near Belmont, NC May 25, 1942.
279 converted to P-40G.  In midair collision near Coke, VA Feb 6, 1942
280 W/o Sep 10, 1944 at Randolph Field, Texas.   Scrapped at Randolph Field Aug 31, 1946
281 wrecked in forced landing Middletown Air Depot, PA Dec 7, 1941.
282 crashed Eastport, Long Island, NY Jul 18, 1941.  Pilot killed.
283 to CL-26 at Moor Field Aug 7, 1942
284 to RFC at Cincinnatti Jan 6, 1945.
285 dove in at Roaring River, Kings Canyon National Forest Oct 24, 1941.
Pilot killed.  Parts were used in restoration of P-40 41-13297
286 dove in at Harding Field, LA May 18, 1942.  Pilot killed.
287 crashed Cunningham Creek Canyon, CA in Sierra Nevada Mountains Oct 24, 1941 during cross country flight.  
Wreck recovered in 1985.  Parts used in restoration of P-40 41-13297.  
288 redesignated P-40G Aug 11, 1941.  Redesignated P-40.  To CL-26 Mar 12, 1944.
289 wrecked 3 mi N of McChorf Field, WA Jun 4, 1942 after force-landing following
engine fire.
39-290 ... 39-679
Curtiss P-40
Contract cancelled
39-680 ... 39-680
Consolidated XB-24B Liberator
MSN 1.  Originally flown as XB-24 but modified with turbochargers, leak-proof tanks and other changes
and was redesignated XB-24B.  Bailed to Convair and converted to VIP transport by end of 1944. 
Scrapped at Brookley Field, AL Jun 20, 1946.  Originally serialled 39-556, but was corrected to 39-680
39-689 ... 39-701
Lockheed YP-38 Lightning
MSN 122-2202/2214.  Model 122-62-02 service test aircraft.
689 crashed during high-speed dive Nov 4, 1941 over
Glendale, CA, killing test pilot Ralph Virden.
690 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Nov 27, 1941 to Feb 4, 1942.
To Parks Air College, St Louis, MO Feb 26, 1942.
691 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia  Nov 27, 1941.
Scrapped at Sacramento Air Depot Dec 17, 1945.
692 scrapped at Lowry Field, Denver, CO Jul 5, 1945.
693 relegated to class CL-26 maintenance trainer at Chanute, AK Jul 24, 1942.
694 relegated to class CL-26 maintenance trainer Jan 5, 1943, Granite Falls, WA.
695 w/o Jul 23, 1941, Alpena, MI.
697 used as class CL-26 maintenance trainer Jan 5, 1943 at Lockheed
698 scrapped Mar 20, 1946 San Bernardino, CA.
699 crashed Jun 23, 1941, Atlanta, MI.  Pilot Lt Guy Leland Putnam killed.
700 relegated to class CL-26 maintenance trainer jan 27, 1943 at Brookley Field,
Mobile, AL.
701 relegated to class CL-26 maintenance trainer Jan 5, 1943 at Lockheed
39-702 ... 39-702
Waco XPT-14
702 (MSN 4659) was NC2901.  W/o Oct 11, 1939 at Patterson Field, Ohio.  Surveyed Nov 5, 1939
39-703 ... 39-703
St. Louis XPT-15
703 w/o Jun 27, 1939 at Springfield, Ohio.  Surveyed Jun 30, 1939
39-704 ... 39-716
Republic YP-43 Lancer
704 caught fire in air over Farmingdale, L.I., NY Nov 19, 1940.  Pilot bailed out
705 to CL-26
706 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Feb 4, 1941 to Feb 7, 1941.
Wrecked at Moore Field Nov 30, 1942
707 crashed 1/2 mi W of Moore Field, TX Jan 27, 1943
708 to CL-26
709 scrapped Jan 25, 1945
710 to CL-26
711 landing gear would not extend fully Jun 16, 1941, pilot bailed out near Alpena, MI
712 scrapped Aug 31, 1946
713 wrecked in landing accident at Alpena, MI Jun 25, 1941
714 pilot bailed out near Packard Proving Grounds, MI Sep 15, 1941 due to landing gear problems
715 condemned Feb 23, 1942
716 scrapped Mar 27, 1945
39-717 ... 39-717
Ryan XPT-16
Model STA MSN 306 NC18907 purchased by Army.  Convertered to XPT-16A. To CL-26 Jul 31, 1942.  Scrapped Mar 27, 1945
39-721 ... 39-734
Douglas A-20A Havoc
721 W/o May 19, 1944 at Chanute Field, IL.  To reclamation at Chanute Nov 2, 1945
722 wrecked in taxi accident at Hope, AK Dec 30, 1942.  To CL-26
723 to CL-26 Dec 31, 1943
724 condemned after accident Apr 24, 1943
725 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 15, 1945
726 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Mar 10, 1943 to 
May 31, 1943 and used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance
evaluations.  To DPC at Bush Field Feb 9, 1945
727 overshot landing at Morris Field, NC May 17, 1942 and converted to CL-26
728 W/o Sep 24, 1942 at Key Field, MS.  to CL-26 Oct 6, 1942
729 to CL-26 Apr 20, 1942
730 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jan 9, 1941 to Aug 4, 1941.
To CL-26 Nov 14, 1942
731 W/o Apr 28, 1943 at Owensville, MO.   To CL-26 Apr 29, 1943
732 to CL-26 Mar 24, 1942
733 W/o Mar 24, 1942 at Daniel Field, GA.   To CL-26 Jul 15, 1942
734 to CL-26 Feb 27, 1942.
39-735 ... 39-735
Douglas A-20 Havoc
Modified as XP-70 night fighter.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia. 
Wrecked 1/2 mi NW of Kissimmee AAF, FL Feb 5, 1943
39-736 ... 39-740
Douglas P-70 Havoc
Ordered as A-20, modified during production as P-70 night fighter.
736 to DPC at Bush Field May 14, 1945
737 w/o May 10, 1943 at Cocoa, FL.  surveyed at Orlando May 13, 1943
738 w/o Dec 20, 1943 at Boca Raton Field, FL.  Scrapped at South Johnson Aug 14, 1945
739 crashed near Orlando AB after inverted spin Sep 12, 1942
740 w/o Sep 25, 1942 at Orlando, FL.  Condemned Oct 1, 1942
39-742 ... 39-744
Douglas P-70 Havoc
Ordered as A-20, modified during production as P-70 night fighter
742 to reclamation at Spokane Sep 14, 1945
743 w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Kissimmee AAB, FL.  Surveyed at Orlando AB Jul 11, 1943
744 (349th NFS, 30th FG) crashed at Sissimmee AB, FL Jan 9, 1943.
39-746 ... 39-747
Douglas P-70 Havoc
Ordered as A-20, modified during production as P-70 night fighter
746 engine fire and explosion in midair Orlando AB Nov 9, 1942.
747 to DPC at Ponca City, OK May 13, 1945
39-749 ... 39-797
Douglas P-70 Havoc
Ordered as A-20, modified during production as P-70 night fighter
749 to reclamation at Spokane Aug 4, 1946.
750 surveyed at Orlando Apr 21, 1943
751 w/o Jun 7, 1944 at Salinas AAB, CA; repaired; surveyed at Estrella AAF, CA Jul 10, 1944.  
W/o 18 Jul 1944 at Stockton, CA.
752 w/o Apr 6, 1943 at Haines City, FL.  To CL-26 at Orlando Apr 10, 1943
753 to reclamation at Spokane Jan 26, 1945
754 to reclamation at Spokane Jan 29, 1946
755 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 22, 1945
756 w/o Feb 26, 1943 at Orlando, FL.  Surveyed at Orlando Apr 28, 1943
757 w/o Jul 4, 1944 at Hammer Field, CA.  Surveyed at Hammer Field, CA Jul 5, 1944
758 w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Kissimmee AAB, FL.  Surveyed at Orlando Jul 11, 1943
759 (249th NFS, 30th FG) in landing accident at Bolling Field, DC Jan 1, 1943, repaired; 
W/o 25 May 1943 at Leesburg, FL.   To CL-26 at Leesburg Aug 21, 1943
760 w/o Oct 18, 1943 at Kissimmee AAB, FL.  Surveyed Oct 21, 1943
761 to RFC at Ontarion Mar 27, 1945
762 (481st Night Fither Operational Training Group) in crash landing at Kissimmee, FL Oct 4, 1943
and damaged beyond repair
763 surveyed at Salanis AB, CA Jul 26, 1944
764 (349th FS, 50th FG) crashed into lake near edge of Kissimme, FL Jan 15, 1943
765 condemned Sep 13, 1943
766 salvaged Sep 20, 1944
767 (6th NFS/15th FG) w/o in landing accident at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea Jun 22, 1943.
768 (6th Ferrying Group Air Transport Command) crsahed during wheels-up belly landing at RAAF Townsville,
Queensland, Australia while on ferry flight Mar 29, 1943.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR and
salvaged Jan 28, 1944
769 condemned Jun 28, 1943.
770 w/o Jan 4, 1944 at Barber's Point, HI  
771 condened Jan 29, 1944
774 (6th NFS, 15th FG) w/o in landing accident at Munda, Solomon Islands Nov 20, 1943.
Surveyed at McClelland Jun 7, 1944
775 condemned Jun 15, 1944
776 in accident Jun 20, 1943
778 condemned Aug 1, 1944
779 w/o Feb 11, 1943 at Lexington, KY.  To CL-26 at Orlando AB
782 condemned Jun 11, 1945
783 condemned Mar 5, 1944
784 condemned Aug 30, 1943
785 (A Detachment, Night Fighter Squadron, 13th FG) lost from unknown cause on flight from Berry Airfield, Port
Moresby to Dobodura Airfield on Oro, Papua New Guinea Oct 30, 1943.  Both crew MIA and presumed killed.
786 w/o Oct 13, 1942 at Kahanna Bay, HI.  Condemned Dec 5, 1942
787 condemned Jun 11, 1945
789 (6th NFS, 15th FG) w/o in taxiing accident at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea Sep 2, 1943
790 (6th NFS, 15th FG) ditched off Kila Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea May 7, 1943  All three crew killed.
791 (Headquarters, 6th AF) w/o in taxiing accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Jan 17, 1943.  All crew
survived.  To reclamation at Spokane Sep 14, 1945
792 surveyed at Kissimmee Dec 17, 1943
793 w/o Apr 13, 1944 at Hammer Field, CA.  Surveyed at Kissimmee Jan 11, 1944
794 w/o Mar 8, 1944 at Hammer Field, CA.  Surveyed at Salinis AB, CA May 16, 1944
795 w/o May 16, 1944 at Malibu Beach, CA.  Surveyed at Kissimmee May 18, 1944.
796 w/o Feb 10, 1943 at MacDill Field, FL.  To reclamation at St Johns, Newfoundland May 29, 1945
797 to RFC at Ponca City Apr 17, 1945.
39-798 ... 39-856
North American BC-1A
MSN NA55-1548/1606
798 (MSN 55-1548) to RFC at Muskogee, OK Oct 26, 1944
799 (MSN 55-1549) to reclamation at Eglin, FL Sep 20, 1945
800 (MSN 55-1550) to RFC at McKellar Field Oct 26, 1944
801 (MSN 55-1551) wrecked at Bluesprings, MO Feb 10, 1942
802 (MSN 55-1552) surveyed at Jackson, GA May 4, 1944
803 (MSN 55-1553) to RFC at Muskogee, OK Sep 17, 1944
804 (MSN 55-1554) wrecked in Gulf of Mexico off Chandeleur Island Jan 30, 1942.
805 (MSN 55-1555) crashed in burned Dewey, IL Oct 15, 1940
806 (MSN 55-1556) surveyed at Drew Field Jul 2, 1944
807 (MSN 55-1557) to CL-26 at Hamilton AAF, CA Mar 15, 1944
808 (MSN 55-1558) wrecked at Brookley Field, AL Mar 14, 1942.
809 (MSN 55-1559) to RFC at Muskogee, OK Sep 18, 1944.
810 (MSN 55-1560) wrecked at Shelton, WA Aug 22, 1940
811 (MSN 55-1561) wrecked Jan 1, 1942 25 mi N of Lynchburg, VA when pilot bailed out due to icing.
812 (MSN 55-1562) caught fire after takeoff at Glenn L. Martin Aircraft Co and crashed Jan 22, 1942.
813 (MSN 55-1563, 15-1600 from Hagedorn) to FPC at Bush Field Mar 24, 1945.  Registered NC61051.  
To Royal Swedish AF as 16234 1953-1958.  Scrapped in 1958.
814 (MSN 55-1564, 55-1601 from Hagedorn) to DPC at Woodward Field, SC Feb 15, 1945
815 (MSN 55-1565) to DPC at Bush Field Feb 12,1 945
816 (MSN 55-1566) wrecked at Mitchell Field Jul 31, 1942
817 (MSN 55-1567) hit fence during takeoff and crashed Aug 7, 1941, Maxwell Field, AL
818 to RFC at McKellar Field Dec 5,1944
819 to RFC at Hill Field Jun 15, 1945
820 (MSN 55-1570) wrecked W of Maxwell Field Dec 22, 1940.  Repaired.  To NC64272.  Sent to Peruvian AF as 560
in May 1954.
821 (MSN 55-1571) crashed 2 mi W of Maxwell Field Sep 16, 1941, pilot killed.  Surveyed Nov 10, 1941
822 ground looped and burned at Maxwell Field Aug 6, 1941.
823 surveyed at Maxwell Field Apr 30, 1944
824 hit trunck on runway at Birmingham, AL Mar 14, 1941
825 nosed over at Maxwell Field Mar 16, 1941
826 to RFC at Moskogee, OK Sep 20, 1944
827 in forced-landing E of Birmingham, AL Feb 5, 1941.
828 wrecked in crash landing at Tallapoosa, AL Mar 26, 1941.  Pilot killed
829 in midair collision with BC-1A 39-845 2.5 mi W of Benton, AL.  Surveyed Mar 24, 1943.
830 (MSN 55-1580) w/o Apr 19, 1944 at Brownsville, TX.  Surveyed at Maxwell Field Apr 25, 1944
831 to CL-26
832 crashed into Monterey Bay, CA Oct 19, 1940.  Pilot missing
833 to CL-26 at Bush Field May 10, 1944
834 force landed in bad weather and hit trees, Maxwell Field, AL Dec 3, 1941.
835 to CL-26
836 (MSN 55-1586) missing Nov 9, 1942 in continental USA.  W/o Sep 27, 1942 at Linthicum Heights, MD
837 (MSN 55-1587) W/o Feb 23, 1944 at Palm Springs AAF, CA.  surveyed Mar 9, 1944
838 to RFC at Tinker Field Oct 26, 1944
839 ground-looped at Maxwell Field, AL Feb 20, 1942
840 to RFC at McKellar Field Sep 29, 1944
841 ground-looped into another plane Dec 10, 1940
842 in midair collision with AT-6A 41-15837 at Maxwell Field Nov 13, 1941.
843 surveyed at Brownsville Jul 15, 1944
844 to RFC at McKellar Field Oct 21, 1944
845 in midair collision with 39-829 2.5 mi W of Benton, AL May 28, 1941
846 (MSN 55-1596) in midair collision May 10, 1944 with 39-833 7.5 mi NE of Leesburg, GA, pilot bailed out.
847 scrapped at Bainbridge Jul 15, 1945
848 wrecked in landing accident S of Maxwell Field Jan 28, 1942.
849 undershot landing at Maxwell Field, climbed to 8000 ft and pilot bailed out Jul 14, 1941.
850 surveyed at Orlando, FL Jun 20, 1944.
851 to RFC at McKellar Field Sep 29, 1944
852 surveyed Apr 17, 1941
853 surveyed Apr 26 1944
854 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Nov 14, 1944.  To Peru as 566
855 surveyed Dec 17, 1943.  Listed as NC58478/N58478.
856 (MSN 55-1606) dove-in 10 mi W of Maxwell Field Feb 27, 1941.  Repaired. wfu; to NC63610; to NC4620; 
to Peruvian AF as 563 in May 1954
40-001 ... 40-013
St. Louis YPT-15
001 surveyed at Wickenburg, AZ Nov 4, 1943
002 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Sep 17, 1944
003 to reclamation at Fort Sumner Feb 27, 1946
004 Redesignated as PT-15; w/o Jul 22, 1942 at Fort Sumner, NM.   Condemned Nov 9, 1942
005 to RFC at Victorville, CA Apr 14, 1945
006 (MSN 106) to Dept of Interior Apr 14, 1942.  As N67329 at Phoenix, Arizona in 1973
007 Redesignated as PT-15; w/o  Dec 11, 1941 at Kedron, AR.  Condemned Jan 7, 1942
008 surveyed at Wickenberg, AZ Sep 8, 1943
009 surveyed at Wickenberg, AZ Sep 8, 1943
010 wrecked at Shafter, CA Mar 8, 1941
011 to CL-26 at 29 Palms, CA Apr 30, 1943
012 to CL-26 at Ft Sumner May 26, 1943
013 Redesignated as PT-15; w/o Jul 6, 1942 at San Rafael, NM.  To CL-26 Jul 10, 1942.
40-014 ... 40-026
Waco YPT-14
MSN 5300/5312.
014 to CAA as NC218 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, N58290 postwar
015 force landed Jun 27, 1941 Tuskegee APT.
016 to CAA as NC219 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, N66757 postwar
017 to CAA as NC220 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941.
018 to CAA as NC221 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941.
019 to CAA as NC222 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, N62569 postwar
020 to CAA as NC223 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, then NC223M
021 to CAA as NC224 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, then NC224H.
022 to CAA as NC225 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941.
023 to CAA as NC226 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, then NC226E. Now
registered as N226E
024 to CAA as NC227 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, NR49708 postwar
025 (MSN 5311) to CAA as NC228 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, NC58767 postwar.  
A recent article in 'Air-Britain News' gives different information--according to this, the aircraft 
became NC29102, then N29102, then CF-LEF and as the latter was noted recently in Reynolds Alberta
026 to CAA as NC229 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, NC2291 postwar.
Currently registered as N2291.		
40-027 ... 40-039
Bell YP-39 Airacobra 
027 landing gear would not extend near Buffalo, NY, pilot bailed out Oct 18, 1940
028 to Chanute Field, IL as instructional airframe Jun 9, 1942.
029 SOC at Selfridge Field, MI Jan 21, 1942.
030 suffered engine failure near Franklin, TN May 10, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
031 lost right wing during aerobatics near Dayton, OH Dec 22, 1940.  Pilot killed.
032 scrapped at Chanute Field, IL Nov 25, 1942.
033 scrapped at Buckley Field, CO May 7, 1945.
034 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Feb 6, 1941 to Jul 27, 1944.
Scrapped at Reading, PA 1945
035 RFC Lincoln, NB Nov 28, 1945
036 spun in at Bridgeport, CT Mar 26, 1942.  Pilot killed
037 RFC Lakeland FL Aug 1945.
038 engine stalled in flight and crashed Norwalk, CT Jan 25, 1942
039 scrapped at Buckley Field, CO Nov 13, 1945. 
40-040 ... 40-044
Ryan YPT-16
MSN 307/311.  Converted to PT-16A, Model STK
040 to reclamation Sep 14, 1945
041 to CL-26
042 converted to YPT-16A, redesignated PT-16A.  In midair collision with PT-13 36-13 Mar 10, 1941 at Hermet, CA
043 condemned Jul 8, 1942
044 to CL-26
40-045 ... 40-054
Ryan PT-16
MSN 313/321.  Converted to PT-16A, Model STK
045 surveyed at McClellan Field Apr 1, 1943.  To civil registry as N96547.
046 scrapped at Chico, CA May 21, 1943
047 to CL-26
048 to CL-26. To civil registry as N9655W
049 missing in USA Nov 30, 1943
050 missing in USA Nov 30, 1943
051 W/o Aug 12, 1940 at Gibbs Airport, San Diego, CA.   Surveyed Sep 10, 1940
052 condemned Jan 31,1943
053 was NX18919.  Hit high tension wires Mission Valley, CA Aug 27, 1940
054 to CL-26 at Stockton, CA Dec 28, 1945
40-070 ... 40-070
Douglas C-41A 
MSN 2145.  DC-3A-253A VIP transport.  RFC Birmingham, AL Dec 28, 1945.  To N132BP and noted on display in January
1990 at Chino, California. Current as N341A with Legend Airways of Colorado.
40-071 ... 40-179
Douglas A-20A Havoc
071 W/o Aug 5, 1942 at Wright Field, OH .  To CL-26 at Scott Field, IL
072 in taxi accident at Morris Field, NC Dec 13, 1942
074 (redesignated as RA-20A) scrapped Morrison Field, FL Dec 28, 1945. 
075 (redesignated as RA-20A) RFC Ontario, CA Dec 5, 1945.
076 (redesignated as RA-20A) w/o Jun 3, 1942 at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.
Used as instructional airframe Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Jun 1942.
077 to RAAF as A28-36 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
078 (RA-20A) used as instructional airframe, Spokane, WA May 18, 1944.
079 condemned Oct 31, 1944.
080 condemned Dec 9, 1942
081 (RA-20A) DPC Bush Field, GA Feb 9, 1945.
082 condemned Oct 31, 1944
083 (RA-20A) crashed near Madera, CA Jul 8, 1942 due to fuel problem.
084 (redesignated as RA-20A) SOC March Field, CA Feb 8, 1942.  W/o Oct 22, 1942 at Blythe, CA
085 to RAAF as A28-32 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
086 (RA-20A) flew into telephone support cable and crashed into cliff,
Fritch, TX Apr 19, 1943.  1 killed
087 (RA-20A) DPC, Bush Field, GA Dec 9, 1945
088 Wfu Jan 24, 1942 at Barksdale Field, LA.  Converted to components Jan 24, 1942, Keesler Field, NY.
089 (3rd BG, 89th BS) MIA during return from mission against Salamaua Mar 12, 1943.
Last seen entering a cloud in the Mt. Murray area, Owen Stanley Range, New Guinea.
090 SOC May 6, 1942
091 to instructional airframe Apr 20, 1942.
092 W/o Jul 12, 1942 at Pope Field, NC.   To CL-26
093 surplused Feb 21, 1945
094 in accident Jun 18, 1943
095 W/o  Nov 20, 1942 at Dakota Field, Aruba.  Condemned Feb 24, 1943
096 wrecked at Brookley Field Aug 25, 1942 when nosewheel collapsed 
during landing.  Converted to CL-26
097 (25 BG/59 BS(M)) wrecked NW of Hato Field, Curacao Nov 27, 1942.
098 W/o Nov 18, 1941 at Spartanburg, SC .  surveyed at Savannah AAB, GA Mar 12, 1942
099 in midair with 40-102 May 19, 1941 near Galivanta Ferry, SC
100 W/o May 24, 1942 at Romulus, MI.   To CL-26
101 lost in combat Nov 22, 1942
102 in midair with 40-099 May 19, 1941 near Galivanta Ferry, SC
103 condemned Oct 31, 1944
104 missing Jan 13, 1942, Blanca Point, Panama
105 lost engine on takeoff and crashed Shreveport MAP, LA Sep 6, 1941.
106 to RA-20A.  With 23 TTS ditched 2 mi S of Punta Bruja, Panama Aug 22, 1944.  Surplused Sep 12, 1944
107 crashed near Madera, CA Jul 8, 1942.
108 wrecked at Grenier Field, NH Jul 25, 1942.
109 in accident Nov 5, 1941
110 wrecked at Eugene MAP, OR Dec 19, 1941.
111 wrecked 11 mi E of La Grange, GA Jun 22, 1941 and surveyed Nov 5, 1941.
112 condemned Oct 31, 1944
113 (25 BG/59 BS(M)) damaged at Hato Field, Curacao May 22, 1943
114 surplused Feb 21, 1945
115 condemned Jul 7, 1941
116 damaged in landing accident at Albrook Field, CZ Mar 30, 1944.  Surplused Feb 21, 1945
117 condemned Aug 4, 1941
118 to RAAF as A28-37 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
119 wrecked at Lovell, TN Jun 12, 1941
120 surplused Feb 23, 1945
121 wrecked at Hunter Field, GA Jul 31, 1942.  To CL-26
122 wrecked at Will Rogers Field, OK Apr 16, 1943
123 suffered hydraulic failure Oct 17, 1941, pilot bailed out near Langly Field, VA
124 wrecked at Putam, AL Jul 28, 1942.
125 (5th BG (Light)) crashed Apr 23, 1945, 1/2 mile off Papilou Island,
Hawaii.  No survivors.  Plane condemned May 23, 1942
126 spun in due to engine failure off Diamond Head, HI Sep 21, 1941.
127 salvaged Oct 20, 1944
128 condemned Oct 20, 1942. 
129 surveyed at Keesler Field, MS.
130 (RA-20A, 42nd BS, 11th BG) lost Sep 21, 1943 off Kualoa Point, Oahu, Hawaii.  MACR 564
131 condemned Nov 24, 1942
132 in accident Jan 11, 1943
133 condemned Jan 28, 1942
134 salvaged Sep 20, 1944
135 W/o May 5, 1942 at Wheeler Field, HI .  Condemned Sep 19, 1942.
136 condemned Dec 26, 1942.
137 destroyed on ground at Hickham Field, Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
138 W/o Jan 12, 1942 at Somerset, PA .  Condemned Feb 24, 1942.
139 to RAAF as A28-38 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
140 to RFC at Tinker Field, OK Jul 1, 1945
141 to RFC at Tinker Field, OK Jul 1, 1945
142 in landing accident at Godman Field, KY Nov 27, 1942
143 to RAAF as A28-33 11/43.  Converted to components 5/44
144 to RAAF as A28-39 11/43.  Converted to
instructional airframe.  SOC 10/46.
145 W/o Feb 12, 1942 at Mumford, TX.  Condemned Dec 30, 1942
146 in accident Aug 4, 1943
147 wrecked at Lawson Field Mar 4, 1942.  To CL-26.
148 wrecked at Keesler Field, MS Mar 8, 1943
149 W/o Jan 29, 1942 at Bowman Field, KY.   To CL-26 at Bowman Field Jul 17, 1942.
150 condemned Nov 23, 1942
151 destroyed on ground at Hickham Field, Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
152 surveyed at Kelly Field Jan 16, 1945
153 surveyed in Panama Dec 1, 1941.
154 (25 BG/59 BS(M)) wrecked in landing accident at Hato Field, Curacao, Jan 21, 1943.
155 (3rd BG, 89th BS, 'Abijah Gooch') lost somewhere between Australian and New Guinea Nov 16, 1942.
156 W/o Jul 17, 1943 at Edgewood, MD.   Surveyed Jul 18, 1943
157 W/o Jun 22, 1941 at Yatesville, GA.   Surveyed Oct 27, 1941
158 condemned May 9, 1942 and surveyed at Duncan Field, TX Apr 7, 1943
159 lost in combat Aug 23, 1943
160 W/o Mar 20, 1942 at Daniel Field, GA .  To CL-26
161 W/o Jul 26, 1941 at Savannah, GA.  Surveyed Feb 24, 1942
162 to RAAF as A28-35 11/43.  Converted to components 3/45.
163 lost in premature bomb explosion at Lawson Field Jun 8, 1942. 3 killed.
164 to reclamation Mar 27, 1945
165 W/o Dec 1, 1941 at Stamford, KY
166 (3rd BG, 89th BS, 'Little Hellion') hit by AAA on mission to Port Moresby
Nov 1, 1942 and made gear and flaps up landing at 7-Mile Airfield.   Parts of this
plane were used in conjunction with parts from another wrecked A-20A (39-0724) to make
a new aircraft (Steak and Eggs Special) to ferry liquor and fresh food from
Australia.  Caught in bad weather in early 1943 and crashlanded on a beach near
Cooktown.  Not recovered
167 condemned Oct 31,1944
168 wrecked at Meridian Aug 22, 1942.
169 condemned Aug 17, 1943
170 mission Mar 29, 1943
171 surveyed Feb 16, 1942.
172 surveyed Dec 17, 1942.
173 lost in combat Apr 26, 1943
174 W/o Feb 28, 1944 at Lakeland, FL.  Surveyed Mar 7, 1944
175 in accident Aug 1, 1943
176 in accident Mar 8, 1943
177 to DPC at Bush Field Feb 14, 1945
178 W/o Mar 4, 1942 at Mitchell Field, NY.  To CL-26
179 wrecked at Hunter Field, GA in wheels-up landing in swamp Jun 21, 1942.
40-180 ... 40-190
Beech C-45
MSN 364/374
180 (MSN 364) to DPC at Bush Field Aug 2, 1945.  TO CAA as NC73
181 (MSN 365) to commercial carrier Aug 21, 1944.  To C-155 with Transportes Aereos Centro-Americanos of
Colombia as C-155,  To N2484, PP-XFC, PP-EBP
182 (MSN 366) to Britain Jun 12, 1945 with no known serial number.  Remained in USA  Also reported at
w/o Jun 23, 1944 at Annapolis, MD
183 (MSN 367) condemned Mar 31, 1944.  Also listed as being damaged Feb 11, 1946 when ground looped
at Rey Island Aux Field
184 (MSN 368) to DPC at Douglas, GA May 6, 1945.  To civil registry as NC54278
185 (MSN 369) to reclamation at Grave Point Nov 28,1944.  To civil registry as C.18S NC54278,
later N54278
186 (MSN 370) to Ecuador Military Mission.  W/o Feb 2, 1942 at Guayaquil, EcuadorOff inventory Jan 1, 1945.
187 (MSN 371) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 23, 1945
188 (MSN 372) to CAA in Washington, DC Feb 11, 1946 as NC204.  Later refurbished by Beech and delivered
to US Navy as SNB-5 BuNo 140991 (MSN N1143).
189 (MSN 373) in midair collision Jan 9, 1942 near Brighton, OH.  1 killed.
190 (MSN 374) to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 30, 1945.  To NC201 Nov 12, 1946.
40-192 ... 40-291
Stinson O-49 Vigilant
Model 74.  Later redesignated L-1A Apr 1942.
192 condemned Apr 30, 1944
193 w/o  Apr 5, 1944 at Charley River, AK.   Condemned Aug 18, 1944
194 savaged after accident Apr 30, 1946
195 crashed Sept 19, 1941, Many, LA.  Pilot killed
196 to CL-26 Feb 27, 1942.
197 condemned May 30, 1942
198 to CL-26 at Chanute Field Aug 12, 1943
199 salvaged for spar parts Feb 14, 1946
200 condemned Jun 21, 1944
201 W/o Oct 15, 1941 at Polo Field, GA.   Surveyed at Ft Benning, GA Feb 6, 1942.
202 surveyed May 15, 1942.
203 w/o Aug 17, 1942 at Lockbourne AAB, OH.  To CL-26 at Lockbourne Aug 26, 1942
204 hit truck while landing in fog Jan 13, 1943 at Bates Field, AL.
205 to CL-26
206 salvaged Mar 6, 1945
207 to AGF as L-1B Sep 25, 1945
208 salvaged Jan 23, 1945
209 off inventory Dec 31, 1944
210 sold Mar 27, 1945
211 w/o Jan 6, 1945 in Panama.  Surplused Feb 8, 1945
212 to Parks Air Bollege, St Louis IL Apr 18, 1942
213 hit trees in takeoff accident Chame Chorrea, Panama Feb 17, 1942.
214 condemned Jan 31, 1946
215 SOC Apr 30, 1947
216 condemned Jun 11, 1945
217 condemned Aug 10, 1942
218 destroyed in Depot Shops Dec 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor
219 condemned Jan 18, 1942.  Believe assigned to 2nd OS in Philippines
220 condemned Jan 18, 1942.  Believe assigned to 2nd OS in Philippines
221 wrecked at Camp Stewart, GA when gear collapsed during landing Nov 11, 1942.
222 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
223 W/o Jun 20, 1941 at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico 
224 w/o Jun 6, 1945 at Vernam Field, Jamaica
228 to VT-CHY
229 W/o Sep 10, 1941 at Columbia, SC 
230 converted to CQ-2
231 w/o Nov 11, 1942 at Hinesville, GA 
232 surveyed for wear and tear Jul 27, 1942
233 salvaged Oct 6, 1947
234 salvaged Jan 16, 1945
235 w/o Apr 23, 1943 at Cox Field, TX.  Surveyed at Maxwell Field Apr 24, 1942
236 w/o Jul 29, 1941 at McLaurin, MS; repaired.  Surveyed at Maxwell Field, AL Jun 3, 1942
237 condemned Feb 1, 1945.
238 wrecked near Blackland AF School, TX Oct 5, 1942.
239 in midair with P-40 39-263 Sep 22, 1941, crashed into Tubbs Island N of Hamilton, pilot killed.  
Must have been repaired.  W/o May 6, 1943 at Lubbock, TX
240 condemned Dec 10, 1943
241 condemned Apr 30, 1944
242 condemned Apr 28, 1942
243 condemned in Canal Zone Jun 19, 1948
244 salvaged Jun 7, 1945
245 surveyed May 14, 1942
246 salvaged May 18, 1946
247 condemned Dec 31, 1944
248 to CL-26 Mar 4, 1942
249 w/o Jun 17, 1943 at Bicycle Lake, CA.  Salvaged Apr 30, 1944
250 surveyed for wear and tear Jul 27, 1942
251 condemned Mar 4, 1942
252 wrecked in crash landing Jan 20, 1942 at Anthony, NM and w/o.
253 w/o Jun 17, 1943 at Biggs Field, TX.  Surveyed at Biggs Field
254 surveyed May 1, 1942
255 w/o Jan 26, 1945 at Alpha, OH.  Scrapped at Patterson Feb 2, 1945
256 to CL-26 at Chanute Field Feb 27, 1942
257 condemned Dec 31, 1944
258 condemned May 19, 1944
259 w/o Feb 24, 1942 at Deridder AB, LA.  To CL-26
260 wrecked Nov 20, 1942.
261 to CL-26 at Scott Field Jun 24, 1942
262 to RAF as Vigilant I HL430.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
263 to RAF as Vigilant I HL431.  SOC Apr 15, 1946
264 to RAF as Vigilant I HL429.  SOC May 15, 1947
265 to RAF as Vigilant I HL432.  Sold Jun 24, 1946
266 wrecked Jan  16, 1942 at Greenville, SC
267 to CL-26 at Oklahoma Aid Depot Feb 25, 1943
268 condemned Dec 31, 1944
269 sold as surplus Nov 8, 1946
270 W/o Jan 31, 1942 at Upland, CA.  To CL-26 at Mines Field, CA Mar 16, 1942
271 condemned Dec 31, 1944
272 wrecked 2 mi NW of King City, CA Nov 12, 1941.
273 condemned Oct 7, 1944
274 w/o Apr 17, 1944 at Cape Mala, Panama.  Surplused Apr 17, 1944
275 w/o Oct 5, 1944 at Santa Lucia de Reforma, Guatamala.  Surplused Oct 3, 1944
276 w/o May 12, 1942 at Mattapoisett, MA.  To CL-26 at Westover May 19, 1942.  Surveyed Feb 3, 1943
277 condemned at Ft Devin Dec 31, 1941 and sent to Rising Sun School, PA as CL-26
278 force-landed after fire in air Apr 28, 1942 at Lincoln Park, RI.
279 condemned Apr 30, 1944
280 sold to government of India Apr 10, 1946.  To VT-CHX
281 w/o Nov 7, 1944 at Punta de la Plata, Panama.  Surplused Nov 12, 1944.
282 w/o Jun 13, 1942 at Hyannis Airport, MA.  To CL-26 at Westover Jun 23, 1942
283 condemned in Alaska Jun 20, 1944
284 condemned Jan 11, 1943
285 condemned May 31, 1945
286 condemned Dec 31, 1944
287 condemned in Alaska Feb 9, 1944
288 donated to Santa Barbara Junior College Sep 1945
289 condemned Jun 19, 1942
290 surveyed Apr 9, 1942.
291 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jan 11, 1943.
40-292 ... 40-357
Curtiss P-40
MSN 13167/13232.  All redesignated RP-40 (restricted from duty as fighters) Oct 22, 1942.
292 rebuilt as P-40G but reclassified as P-40 Apr 23, 1942.  To CL-26 at Craig Field Jun 2, 1943
293 w/o Aug 13, 1943 at Craig Field, AL.  Surveyed Apr 4, 1942.
294 wrecked in runway collision at Coalinga, CA Mar 25, 1941
and w/o
295 crashed near Hamilton Field, CA Mar 4, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Also listed
as crashing into San Pablo Bay Jul 3, 1941, pilot killed.
296 W/o Nov 28, 1941 at Candor, NC.  Condemned Feb 6, 1942
297 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941. To USSR
298 w/o in collision with Navy SBD-1 Jul 26, 1942 near Midway Island.
299 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 8, 1941.  Reported as wrecked Sep 22, 1941.  To CL-26 Aug 8, 1942.
300 converted to P-40G.  Wrecked Aug 24, 1943.  Surveyed at Foster Field Sep 8, 1943
301 rebuilt as P-40G Sep 1, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
302 to CL-26 at Wright Field Aug 21, 1944
303 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
304 in midair collision 5 mi W of Harding Field, LA Apr 22, 1942.
Pilot bailed out.
305 to CL-26
306 crashed near Brandon MS Feb 18, 1942, pilot killed
307 wrecked at Harding Field, LA Apr 13, 1942.  To CL-26
308 wrecked 28 mi W of Harding Field, LA May 14, 1942.
309 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 7, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
310 crashed near Coalinga CA Mar 26, 1941.
311 crashed off Pt. Stewart, CA May 30, 1941.  Pilot killed.
312 crashed Jun 17, 1941 near Santa Rosa, CA afer midair fire.
Pilot bailed out.
313 to CL-26 at Buckley Field Nov 2, 1942.
314 force landed March Field, CA Jan 14, 1941 and w/o.
315 rebuilt as P-40G.  Ran off end of runway while landing at Sacramento 
Muni, May 7, 1941.  Pilot OK.  To CL-26  Oct 9, 1941.  
316 to reclamation at Deming, NM Dec 12, 1944
317 to CL-26 at Tyndall Field Mar 17, 1944.
318 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
319 W/o Jul 17, 1941 at Everett, WA 
320 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941. To USSR
321 w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Orrville, AL.  To CL-26 at Craig Field Jun 20, 1943
322 dove into water off Myrtle Beach, SC Mar 1, 1942.  Pilot killed.
323 converted to P-40G.  To ground instructional airframe Jul 18, 1942
324 crashed 10 mi W of Tuskegee Apr 24, 1942. Pilot bailed out.
324 engine failed Apr 24, 1942 near Tuskegee, AL.  Pilot bailed out.
325 damaged Feb 28, 1941 in landing at Selfridge Field, Michigan.  Surveyed Sep 26, 1941
326 converted to P-40A recon aircraft.   To CL-26 Oct 13, 1942.
327 to CL-26 Mar 31, 1944.
328 wrecked in force landing at Luke Field, AZ Jul 10, 1942 and w/o.
329 spun in at Camp Skeal, MI Jun 19, 1941.  Pilot killed.
330 to CL-26 at Luke Field Sep 12, 1942
331 rebuilt as P-40G. Wrecked in MI Jan 23, 1942.  To CL-26.
332 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 10, 1941.  To Curtiss for Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
333 rebuilt as P-40G.  Force landed Utica, MI Nov 5, 1941 and w/o.
334 surveyed Nov 13, 1943
335 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
336 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 1, 1941.  Converted to P-40 Sep 1, 1941.
To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
337 rebuilt as P-40G Sep 1, 1941.  To CL-26 at Craig Field Jun 20, 1943.
338 rebuilt as P-40G 42-14261 Aug 10, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.
339 to CL-26 at Lincoln Aug 31, 1943
340 condemned May 19, 1942
341 crashed into ocean off Mitchel Field, NY Dec 6, 1941.
Pilot killed.
342 surveyed Sep 26, 1941
343 crashed after midair fire Newhaven, MI, Apr 16, 1941.
Pilot bailed out.
344 damaged Mar 13, 1941 when ground looped at Selfridge Field, Michigan.  Surveyed Sep 26, 1941
345 w/o Feb 16, 1944 at Apalachicola, FL.  Surveyed at Tyndall Field, FL Mar 23, 1944
346 surveyed Sep 26, 1941
347 to CL-26 at Chanute Field
348 converted to P-40G.  To CL-26 Jun 22, 1942 and to New England Aircraft School, Boston, MA.
349 crashed after midair fire Aug 31, 1942, Luke Field, AZ.
Pilot bailed out.
350 crashed after midair fire Sept 15, 1942, Luke Field, AZ.  Pilot bailed out.
351 to CL-26 at Patterson
352 to reclamation at Hondo, TX Nov 12, 1945
353 W/o Feb 24, 1942 at Patterson Field, OH.  To CL-26 at Chanute May 6, 1942
354 crashed 4 mi E of Osborn, OH Oct 22, 1940.  To CL-26 at March Field
355 to DPC at Bush Field Jan 18, 1945
356 crashed 15 mi NE of Kalkaska, MI May 15, 1941.
357 crashlanded 7 mi E of Xenia, OH Oct 17, 1940.  Surveyed at Craig Field Jun 5, 1943
40-358 ... 40-358
Curtiss P-40E
MSN 13233. Model H87-B2.  Wrecked Jan 4, 1942 at Sand Point, ID.  
40-359 ... 40-381
Curtiss P-40D
MSN 13234/13256.  Model H87-A2
359 to reclamation at Patterson Field Dec 5, 1944
360 modified as XP-40F (Model H87-B3) with Merlin 28 engine.  To CL-26 at Lincoln Sep 16, 1942.
361 W/o Nov 15, 1942 at Nazan Bay, AK.   Condemned Dec 31, 1943
362 crashed at Tuskegee Sep 13, 1942.  Pilot killed.
363 to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
364 w/o Aug 19, 1941 in landing at Hamilton Field, California.  Surveyed at McClellan Field Mar 28, 1944
365 lost in accident at Nadzab, New Guinea Sep 21, 1943
366 surveyed in USA Feb 28, 1944
367 surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944
368 redesignated P-40E Nov 24, 1941.  Later redesignated RP-40D.
369 surveyed in USA May 1, 1944
370 W/o Sep 6, 1942 at John Rogers Airport, HI.  Condemned Jan 4, 1943
371 damaged Aug 19k 1941 in landing at Hamilton Field, California.  Surveyed in USA Apr 20, 1944
372 surveyed in USA May 6, 1944
373 to CL-26 at Chanute Sep 7, 1942.
374 to reclamation at Chanute Feb 13, 1942
375 hit truck while landing Oct 13, 1941, Hamilton Field.  To CL-26
376 damaged Aug 3, 1941 in landing at Lowry Field, California.  To DPC at Bush Field May 14, 1945
377 condemned in Hawaii May 28, 1943.
378 surveyed May 28, 1944
379 condemned Oct 4, 1943
380 damaged in landing at Hamilton Field, California Aug 26, 1941.  Damaged Jun 15, 1942 in landing
at Wheeler Field, Hawaii.  W/o Sep 25, 1943 Maunalua Bay, Hawaii.  Condemned Oct 4, 1943.
381 condemned Dec 1, 1943
40-382 ... 40-681
Curtiss P-40E
MSN 13257/13356.  Model H87-B2
382 (MSN 13257) wrecked in taxi collision France Field, Panama May 29, 1942,
pilot killed.
383 (MSN 13258) W/o Jun 1, 1942 at Trumbull Field, CT.   To CL-26 Jun 24, 1942.
384 (MSN 13259) Damageed Jan 19, 1942 in landing at Ladd field, Alaska.  Condemned at Ladd Field, AK.
385 (MSN 13260) W/o Nov 28, 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX.   Surveyed at Foster Field, TX.
386 (MSN 13261) condemned Nov 26, 1942
387 (MSN 13262) spun in near Richmond, Ca Jan 20, 1942.  Pilot killed.
388 (MSN 13263) surveyed in USA Apr 14, 1944
389 (MSN 13264) damaged Oct 20, 1941 in crash landing when ran out of fuel at Cunningham
Field, North Carolina.  Salvaged Apr 5, 1945
390 (MSN 13265) ditched off Boston, Massachusetts Jun 22, 1942.  Converted to CL-26
configuration (ground conversion).  Reported to be on display at Peterson AFB, Colorado
391 (MSN 13266) to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
392 (MSN 13267) crashed Bradley Field, CT May 25, 1942.
393 (MSN 13268) crashed in bad weather Nov 20, 1941, Shopton, NC
394 (MSN 13269) surveyed in USA Apr 1, 1944
395 (MSN 13270) damaged Aug 23, 1944 in landing at Tuskegee AAF, Alabama.  To reclamation Oct 2, 1945.
396 (MSN 13271) ground looped on takeoff at Bradley Field, CT May 24, 1942 and
w/o
397 (MSN 13272) crashed near Wilmington, NC Oct 23, 1941. Pilot bailed out.
398 (MSN 13273) damaged Oct 19, 1941 in landing at Trumbull field, Connecticut.  condemned Oct 16, 1943
399 (MSN 13274) W/o Nov 16, 1943 at Tuskegee AAF, AL.  Surveyed at Tuskegee Nov 19, 1942.
400 (MSN 13275) W/o Jan 7 1944 at Koko Head/Diamond Head, HI.  Condemned Jan 24, 1944
401 (MSN 13276) crashed and burned after takeoff Jun 3, 1942, Fort Randal, AK.
Registration N95665 reserved Feb 13, 2008, taken up Apr 25, 2008
402 (MSN 13277) damaged Oct 9, 1941 in taxi accident at Trumbull Field, Connecticut. Salvaged May 15, 1945
403 (MSN 13278) to CL-26
404 (MSN 13279) crashed at Craig Field, AL Dec 4, 1942 and w/o.
405 (MSN 13280) force-landed Dayton MAP, OH Oct 9, 1943.
406 (MSN 13281) damaged Dec 19, 1942 in taxi accident at Hillsgrove, Rhode Island.
to RFC at McKellar Field, Tn Feb 21, 1945.
407 (MSN 13282) hit fence at edge of field Rentschler Field, CT Jun 17, 1942.
408 (MSN 13283) (47th BS/18th PG) crashed at sea off Haleim, Oahu, HI Jan 22, 1942.  Pilot killed.
409 (MSN 13284) W/o Jul 9, 1943 at John Rogers Apt, HI.   Condemned Jul 29, 1943
410 (MSN 13285) crashed 20 mi SE of Luke Field, AZ Jul 2, 1943.  Pilot killed.  Plane w/o Jul 9, 1943
411 (MSN 13286) ditched in San Pablo Bay, Ca Dec 29, 1941.
412 (MSN 13287) nosed over at Williamtown, NSW Feb 3, 1942 and extensively damaged.
413 (MSN 13288) wrecked in takeoff accident at Bradley Field, CT Apr 4, 1942.  Damaged Sep 27, 1942
in landing at Bedford, Massachusetts.
Also reported as being wrecked and burned at Luke Field, AZ after takeoff Aug 4, 1943.
414 w/o Sep 26, 1942 when engine failed and crashed 1 mi NE of Colmesnell, Texas.  condemned Apr 21, 1944
415 damaged Jan 2, 1942 in taxi accident at Hamilton Field, California.  Surveyed Sep 1, 1942.
416 W/o Aug 2, 1941 at Buffalo, NY.   Surveyed Feb 28, 1942
417 to CL-26 Aug 18, 1942
418 to CL-26 in USA Mar 26, 1944
419 W/o  Feb 8, 1943 at Emerald Is, AK.  condemned Feb 8, 1943
420 damaged Jun 20 1942 in landing at East Boston airport, Massachusetts.  To reclamation Jan 29, 1946
421 damaged Sep 16, 1941 in forced landing Esler Field, California. Damaged Jul 3, 1942 in landing
at Orlando Field, Florida. Condemned Feb 7, 1943
422 W/o Jun 19, 1942 at East Boston Airport, MA.  To CL-26 Aug 5, 1942
423 to CL-26 at Hillsgrove, RI Sep 2, 1942.  W/o 17 Dec 17, 1942 at Charleston AAB, SC 
424 to CL-26 at Tuskegee, AL Sep 3, 1943
425 wrecked in landing accident at Luke Field, AZ, Aug 6, 1943.
426 wrecked at Tuskegee Nov 14, 1942
427 damaged Jul 19, 1942 in landing at New Haven MAP, Connecticut.  Surveyed at Goldsboro Jan 1, 1943
428 crashed near Boston, MA Sept 23, 1942.
429 hit high tension wire after takeoff and crashed at Esler 
Field, AL Sept 9, 1941.  Pilot killed.
430 spun in at Tuskegee, Alabama Sep 12, 1942, pilot killed.
431 wrecked in landing accident at Portland AAB, OR Feb 2, 1942.
432 damaged dec 3, 1k942 in landing at Hillsgrove, Rhode Island.  Surveyed Nov 7, 1943
433 to CL-26 Oct 8, 1942
434 to reclamation at Miami May 22, 1945
435 damaged Dec 19, 1942 in taxi accident at Hillsgrove, Rhode Island.  Surveyed at Luke Field Mar 21, 1944
436 condemned Mar 1, 1942
437 damaged Jun 20, 1942 in takeoff accident at Rentschier Field, Connecticut.
To reclamation at Kirtland Jun 16, 1945.
438 W/o Sep 22, 1943 at Tuskegee AAF, AL.  Surveyed at Tuskegee Sep 24, 1943
439 condemned Jan 1, 1944
440 crashed near NAS Quonset Point, RI Jun 18, 1942 after exploding in midair in a dive.
441 condemned Apr 2, 1942
442 in takeoff accident Nov 17, 1941 at Charlotte AAB, North Carolina.  Surveyed in USA Apr 9, 1942
443 condemned Oct 25, 1943
444 spun in at Oakland, Ca Dec 30, 1941.  Pilot killed.
445 W/o Jun 3, 1943 at Haleiwa, HI.   Condemned Oct 16, 1943
446 damaged Feb 9, 1942 in midair collision 12 mi S of Hamilton Field, CA.  Damaged Apr 23, 1943
in landint at Paine Field, WA.  to RPC at Bush Field Jan 18, 1945
447 crashed into San Pablo Bay, CA Jan 18, 1942.
448 ditched in Panama Canal Channel Apr 16, 1942.
449 damaged Jun 25, 1943 in forced landing at Huntsville, AL.  Surveyed at Indianapolis Oct 29, 1943
450 condemned Jan 4, 1943
451 W/o May 16, 1942 at Haleiwa Field, HI.   Condemned Jun 16, 1942
452 damage Oct 9, 1i941 in landing at Trumbull Field, Connecticut.  To RFC at Bush Field Mar 17, 1945
453 wrecked in wheels-up forced landeing Oct 20, 1941 near Newbern, NC
454 w/o after accident 3 mi W of Luke Field, AZ Aug 19, 1943.
455 to CL-26
456 wrecked at Hamilton AAF when ran off runway and burned Jan 6, 1942
457 W/o Sep 17, 1942 at Haleiwa Field, HI.  Condemned Oct 20, 1942
458 condemned Aug 30, 1943.
459 surveyed at Patterson Apr 14, 1944.
460 wrecked after midair collision near Hamilton Field, CA Feb 9, 1942.
461 surveyed Apr 14, 1944.
462/483, 488/491, 496 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
463 (17th PS, 24th PG) forced landing Oct 23, 1941 on Highway 3 near
Calumpit, Luzon, Philippines after engine failure, then ground-looped
to avoid oncoming bus.  Pilot OK
484 wrecked N of Brandon, MS Feb 18, 1942.
485 to CL-26 Apr 3, 1942
486 damaged Ma4 13, 1942 in landing at Trumbull Field, Connecticut  W/o Jun 12, 1944 in crsh 6 mi
SW of Westover, Alabama.  Surveyed at Birmingham Jun 13, 1944
487 W/o Jun 14, 1944 at Mission, TX.  Surveyed at Moore Field, TX Jun 17, 1944
488/491 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
492 W/o Dec 16, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI.   Surveyed at Selfridge Field Jun 26, 1942
493 condemned Dec 1, 1942
494 W/o  Apr 20, 1943 at Craig AAF, AL.  Condemned Apr 22, 1943
495 W/o Dec 22, 1942 at Umnak, AK.  Condemned Dec 22, 1942
496 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
497 crashed at Tromble Field, CT after low-altitude stall May 1, 
1942.  Pilot killed.
498 w/o after midair collision near Hillsgrove, RI Oct 30, 1942.
499 W/o Sep 2, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL.   To CL-26 at Dallas, TX Sep 12, 1942.
500 W/o May 26, 1942 at Bradley Field, CT
501 damaged Dec 20, 1941 in landing at Oakland MAP, California. 
502 W/o Mar 8, 1942 at Bradley Field, CT 
503/509 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
506 force landed Calumpiti, Belana, Philippines Oct 23, 1941 and
written off.
510 damaged Dec 30, 1941 at Hamilton Field, California
511 spun in and crashed into Alvarado Park near Richmond, CA Jan 22, 1942.  Pilot killed.
513 W/o Dec 19, 1942 at Craig Field, AL 
514/517 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
519 W/o Jan 21, 1942 at Wheeler Field, HI 
520 W/o Aug 30, 1942 at Revere, MA 
521 crashed near Bedford, Mass Aug 27, 1942 due to engine failure.
Pilot bailed out.
522/524, 529/531 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
525 W/o May 27, 1942 at Bradley Field, CT 
526  W/o Jan 4, 1942 at Bodega Bay, CA 
528 damaged Nov 13, 1942 in landing at Craig Field, Alabama
532 damaged Sep 14, 1944 in landing at Moore Field, Texas
534 crashed into ocean off PChepito Island, Panama Dec 13, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
535 W/o Jun 10, 1942 at Bellows Field, HI 
536/538 delivered to Philippines Sept 29,1941 to 24th PG.
539 crashed at Commandwealth Apt, Boston, Mass Jun 28, 1942.  Pilot killed
540 (37th FG, 30th FS) crashed near Aguadulce, Panama Feb 28, 1944.
541 to Brazilian AF.  (1o Esquadrao de Caca) ground looped and
damaged at La Joya, Panama Jun 8, 1944.
543/545 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
546 damaged Oct 13, 1943 in landing at La Joya, Panama
547 used by 30th FS in Panama.  Ground looped and w/o Dec 1, 1944.
548 crashed at sea in Cruz Bay, Puerto Rico Mar 6, 1942.
549 damaged Jan 17, 1944 in landing at Tuskegee AAF, Alabama
550 W/o Apr 28, 1943 at Aguadulce, Panama..  Condemned Apr 28, 1943
551 (32nd FG, 53rd FS) ditched off San Cristobal Island, Canal
Zone Nov 2,1942.  Condemned in Panama Nov 4, 1942.
552 (37th FG, 30th FS) crashed near Aguadulce, Panama Mar 15, 1944.
Surplused May 15, 1944
553 in midair with P-40E 40-604 Jun 17, 1942 near France Field, Canal Zone
554 used by 30th FS in Panama.  W/o in takeoff accident
Dec 21, 1944.  Condemned Jan 29, 1945
555 w/o in landing accident Sep 20, 1944.  Surplused Oct 2, 1944
556 (37th FG, 30th FS) w/o in forced landing off Porto Bello,
Panama Apr 6, 1943.  Condemned Apr 6, 1943
557 (37th FG, 30th FS) crashed near Divisa, Panama Sep 9, 1944.
Surplused Sep 9, 1944.
558 (37th FG, 30th FS) wrecked in landing accident Jun 7, 1943, Monagrillo, Panama
559 wrecked S of Aruceib, Puerto Rico Mar 9, 1943.
560 operated by Brazilian AF personnel in Panama, but not formally handed over.  (1o Esquadrao de Caca) ground looped and
damaged at La Joya, Panama May 25, 1944
561 daqmaged Jun 27, 1942 when ground looped on landing at Arecibo Airfield, Puerto Rico.
Damaged Jun 11, 1943 in landing at Aguadulce, Panama.  Surplused Mar 16, 1945
562 damaged May 7, 1943 in landing at Losey Field, Puerto Rico  Damaged Sep 3, 1944 in landing
at New Field, Panama.  Surplused Mar 16, 1945
563 Damaged Jul 17, 1942 in forced landing at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico.  Damaged
Oct 13, 1943 when ground looped in landing st ZBourne Field, St Thomas, VGI.  Off inventory Apr 1, 1944
564 damaged Apr 17, 1943 in midair collision 3 mi SE of Santa Isabel Island, Puerto Rico.
Pilot lost  Surplused Mar 16, 1945
565 crash-landed in crosswind Oct 4, 1941, Losey Field, Puerto Rico.
To CL-26 at Biloxi, MS Mar 20, 1942.
566 damaged Dec 15, 1942 in landing at Arecibo Airfield, Puerto Rico.  Damaged Ju8, 1943 in ground
accident at Aguadulce, Panama.  Surplused Mar 16, 1945
567 (36th FG, 32nd FS) wrecked in cartwheeled landing Apr 29, 1943, Losey Field, Puero Rico
568 (37th FG, 30th FS) in landing accident at La Joya, Panama Sep 29, 1944.
Surplused Oct 18, 1944
569 W/o Sep 15, 1942 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone.  Condemned Sep 12, 1943
570 operated by Brazilian AF in Panama but not formally handed over.  (1o Esquadrao de Caca) force landed in
Panama Jun 3, 1944.  surplused Apr 1, 1945
571 wrecked Dec 12, 1942 Puerto Rico in collision with P-40C 41-13514.
572 (37th FG, 30th FS) force-landed in Panama Sep 30, 1944.
Surplused Oct 10, 1944
573 hit house during landing approach Oct 8, 1941, Managua, Nicaragua
574 (37th FG) crashed at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Jun 11, 1942.  Pilot killed
575 (37th FG, 30th FS) stalled after takeoff and crashed near
Punta Chame, Panama Nov 1, 1943.  Surplused Nov 24, 1943.
576 wrecked Nov 13, 1941 at Albrook Field, Canal Zone
577 crashed into house after midair at Balboa, Canal Zone Apr 28, 1943.
578 W/o Jan 29, 1942 at Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone.  Condemned Apr 24, 1942.
579 (37th FG, 30th FS) crashed in mountains in bad weather N of La Hoya, Canal Zone Apr 7, 1943.
580 wrecked Feb 6, 1943 near Coke, VA in midair.  Pilot bailed out
581 (37th FG, 30th FS) in midair collision and crashed Mar 6, 1943 near La Joya in Canal Zone
582 converted to 2-seater (P-40ES).  To DPC at Bush Field Mar 31, 1945
583 to CL-26 at Tuskegee Sep 2, 1943
584 wrecked Aug 15, 1943, Fort Richardson, AK
585 wrecked in wheels-up landing May 27, 1942, Elmendorf AAF
586 w/o May 27, 1942 in forced landing 25 mi NW of Elmendorf Field, Alaska.  Condemned Dec 11, 1943
587 salvaged May 15, 1945
588 damaged Jan 5, 1945 in landing at Shemya AAF, Alaska
589 damaged Oct 18, 1942 in landing at Longview, Alaska.  Salvaged Oct 3, 1945
590 wrecked in midair fire Dec 26, 1942, Longview, AK
591 salvaged May 15, 1945
592 damaged May 9, 1943 in taxi accident at Amchita, Alaska.  Salvaged May 15, 1945
593 crashed near Elmendorf Field, Alaska Feb 5, 1942.  Pilot bailed out without injuries.  The wreck
remains are still there.
594 in takeoff accident Apr 19, 1942, Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Pilot killed.
595 W/o Apr 10,  1943 at Shagak Bay, AK.   Condemned Apr 10, 1943
596 damaged May 27, 1943 in landing at Longview, Alaska.  Condemned Nov *, 1943
597 Damaged Oct 11, 1941 in landing at Sherman Field, Kansas.  Salvaged Oct 3, 1945
598 shot down Umnak Island Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot OK.  Aircraftcondemned Jul 3, 1942.
599 off inventory Oct 31, 1944.
600 condemned by Nov 26, 1942
601 condemned Jun 25, 1942
602 engine caught fire and pilot bailed out Elmendorf, AK Mar 17, 1942.
603 wrecked in taxi accident at Eglin AAF, FL Mar 21, 1942.
604 wrecked in midair collision with 40-553 Jun 17, 1942 off France Field, Canal Zone
605 engine failed and ditched 2 mi E of Pensacola Beach, FL Feb 2, 1942.
606 wrecked at Blythe AAB, CA Oct 22, 1942 when landing gear collapsed.  To Tuskegee
as CL-26.  Surveyed Sep 19, 1945.
607 (MSN 13482) condemned Oct 31, 1944.  I have a note that this plane went to the Netherland
East Indies AF
608 to CL-26 Jun 8, 1942
609 damaged Jan 25, 1944 in landing at Amchitka, Alaska.  salvaged May 15, 1945
610 damaged Feb 14, 1945 in taxi accident in Alaska.  Salvaged Oct 3, 1945
611 in takeoff collision with P-40E 41-5684 Apr 24, 1942 at Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Both
planes demolished.
612 W/o Apr 19, 1943 at Adak, AK.  Condemned May 5, 1943
613 to USSR Aug 1944
614 hit tree on takeoff and crashed into Bay of Panama off Albrook Field Aug 16, 1942.
615/626, 634, 635, 638, 639, 642, 643, 646, 647, 654, 655, 659, 660 
delivered to Philippines Nov 25,1941 to 21st PS.
627 W/o 22 May 22, 1944 at Luke Field, AZ.   
628 crashed into plowed field near Newark, CA Jan 2, 1942.  Pilot killed.
629 wrecked in landing accident at Quonset Point, RI Apr 16, 1942.  To CL-26.
630 damaged Aug 15, 1942 in takeoff accident at Rio Hato, Panama.  Off inventory Jan 7, 1944
631 damage LNov 8, 1942 in taxi accident at France Field, Panama Canal Zone.  
damaged Dec 14, 1942 in landing at france Field, Panama Canal Zone.  Declared surplus Mar 16, 1945.
632 (37th FG, 30th FS) spun in near gunnery range Apr 7, 1943
633 Damaged Jul 26, 1944 in takeoff accident at Pinellas AAF, Florida.
Surveyed at St Petersburg, FL Jul 26, 1944
636 to USSR
637 wrecked 15mi NE of Chame, Panama May 5, 1942.
640 crashed in mountains in bad weather near La Joya, Canal Zone Apr 7, 1943.
641 to USSR
644 to USSR
645 to USSR 
648 (MSN 13523) with 30th FS, crashed in Canal Zone Jul 4, 1943.
649 to USSR
650 condemned in Philippines Jan 18, 1942
651 condemed Jan 18, 1942
652 to USSR
653 to USSR
656 and 657 to USSR
658 condemned Jan 18, 1942
660 and 661 to USSR.
662 condemned Jan 18, 1942.  
663 condemned Jan 18, 1942.  Repaired and taken on service by RAAF as A29-76.
Shot down over Port Moresby, NB Apr 24, 1942.
664 and 665 to USSR
666 condemned Jan 18, 1942
667 lost in action over Java early 1942.
668 and 669 to USSR
670 (17th PS) lost in action over Java Jan 18, 1942
671 (17th PS) list in action over Java Jan 18, 1942
672 and 673 to USSR
674 W/o Jan 18, 1942 in Java, Netherlands East Indies.  Condemned Aug 31, 1943.
675 W/o Feb 6, 1942 at Ngoro, Netherlands East Indies.  Condemned Aug 31, 1943
676 to USSR
677 condemned Jan 18, 1944. 
678 lost in action over Java Jan 18, 1942
679 (17th PS) lost in action over Java Jan 31, 1942
680 to USSR
681 named "Dollye".  Wrecked Jun 13, 1942 in landing accident at 11 Mile Strip, 
Darwin, NT, Australia Oct 31, 1944.
40-682 ... 40-695
Beech F-2
MSN 340/353
682 delivered Dec 1, 1939.  Wo/o at Itaparica, Brazil Dec 15, 1942.
683 (MSN 341) to RFC at Bush Field Jul 18, 1945.  To Pan American Airways as NC86566 in 1946.  To AN-ACH, N64630
684 condemned Sep 3, 1942.
685 W/o Aug 5, 1942 at Great Falls Muni Airport, MT.   To CL-26 Aug 27, 1942 at Felts Field, Spokane, WA.
686 W/o Jan 6, 1942 at Ashland, OR.   Surveyed Sep 29, 1942
687 (MSN 345) to DPC at Bush Field Jun 23, 1945.  To NC86549 with Pan American Airways, to XH-SAB
688 wrecked Dec 4, 1943 at Waterford, VA
689 converted to ZRC-45.  Scrapped Jun 6, 1949 at Kelly Field, TX.
690 wrecked at Sioux City Jul 7, 1943 in crash landing
691 Surveyed at Gowen Field, ID Oct 5, 1942
692 (MSN 350) to DPC at Bush Field Jun 12, 1945.  To Civil Aeronautics Administration as NC261
693 to DPC at Bush Field Jun 19, 1945
694 (MSN 352) to RFC at Searcy Field Aug 13, 1945.  To CAA as NC321.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 MSN N1143, and
to US Navy as BuNo 140992
695 (MSN 353) surveyed at MacDill AB Feb 26, 1944.  To CAA as NC6, later N418, N6, N60D
40-696 ... 40-702
Consolidated YB-24 Liberator
All but 40-702 were delivered to Britain as LB-30A, and serialed AM258/AM263. 
696 (MSN 167) to RAF as AM258.  May have been shot down by Spitfire Feb 15, 1942 (see AM918).
Also reported as going to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jun 25, 1945
697 (MSN 168) to RAF as AM259, arriving in UK Mar 14, 1941.  Was first Liberator to land in UK and
first four-engined land plane to make a transatlantic crossing.  To G-AGCD with BOAC Apr 19, 1941.  
Returned to RAF Jul 6, 1944, formally cancelled as returned to RAF Jan 1, 1946.  SOC
at Dorval Nov 7, 1945.  There is a report of a midair collision with USSR DB-7 Jan 5, 1943.
698 (MSN 169) to RAF as AM260. Crashed and burned on takeoff from Heathfield Airfield, Ayr, Scotland 
after veering off runway and striking a small building and then an
embankment Aug 14, 1941.  22 onboard killed.
699 (MSN 170) to RAF as AM261.  Crashed into mountain range near Arran, Scotland in rain, overcast, and
low visibility due to navigation error Aug 14, 1941.  22 killed.
700 (MSN 171) to RAF as AM262.  To BOAC as G-AGHG.  SOC for spares May 30, 1946
701 (MSN 172) to RAF as AM263 in accident in Gibraltar Jul 22, 1942.  Later operated by BOAC as G-AGDS.
Six B-24Ds took the place of the 'borrowed' YB-24s and were delivered as B-24Ds.  They were
assigned the same serials 40-696/701.  Their dispositions were as follows:
696 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
697 wrecked May 22, 1942 in takeoff accident May 2, 1942, Ft. Myers, FL
698 salvaged Nov 27, 1944.  Was attached to HALPRO for a while.
699 wrecked in crash landing at Idaho Falls, ID Jun 10, 1943
700 to RFC at Ontario Jun 1, 1945
701 condemned at Wright Field in 1942
702 (MSN 173) surveyed at MacDill Field, FL Mar 28, 1944.  The Y designation was later dropped, and
the plane became B-24.  Redesignated as RB-24; redesignated as ZRB-24 on Oct 22, 1942; wfu 
May 28, 1944 at MacDill Field, FL
40-707 ... 40-716
North American BC-1A
There is confusion on these MSNs.  The MSNs 55-1604/1613 are from Hagedorn.  Another reference has these 
being MSN NA55-1607/1616.  
707 (MSN 55-1604 or 1607) W/o Feb 3, 1944 at Dinwiddie, VA 
708 (MSN 55-1605 or 1608)
712 (MSN 55-1609 or 1612) W/o Nov 28, 1940 at Indianapolis, IN 
713 (MSN 55-1610 or 1613) W/o Jun 27, 1943 at Allegheny Arpt, PA 
714 (MSN 55-1611 or 1614) W/o 2 Mar 1942 at Franconia, VA 
715 (MSN 55-1612 or 1615) W/o Jan 22, 1942 at Blue Plains, DC 
716 (MSN 55-1613 or 1616) crashed Paso Robles, CA Oct 19, 1941.  Also listed as W/o Jul  24, 1942 at Lynchburg, VA 
40-726 ... 40-739
North American BC-1A
727 (MSN 55-1618) W/o Jul 17, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL 
728 (MSN 55-1619) W/o Jul 18, 1941 at Clanton, AL 
729 (MSN 55-1620) converted to BC-1B
730 (MSN 55-1621) W/o May 8, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL 
731 (MSN 55-1622)
732 (MSN 55-1623) W/o Apr 25, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL 
734 (MSN 55-1625) W/o Sep 4, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL 
735 (MSN 55-1626) W/o May 5, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL 
736 (MSN 55-1627) W/o Jan 21, 1944 at Pass Manchac, LA 
737 (MSN 55-1628) Wfu; to NC66142; to Honduras AF as 200C on Nov 27, 1947
738 (MSN 55-1629) W/o Dec 21, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL 
739 (MSN 55-1630) W/o Aug 12, 1941 at Starkville, MS 
40-744 ... 40-761
Lockheed P-38 Lightning
MSN 222-2215/2232.  Model 222-62-02, designated P-38-LO, later RP-38
744 modified at Wright Field for aeromedical experiments with asymmetric
positioning of cockpit in port boom.  Scrapped at Bush Field, GA May 7, 1945
745 to CL-26 at San Bernardino, CA Apr 27, 1943
746 to CL-26 at Muroc AAB, CA Jul 27, 1943
747 crashed at Muroc AAB Jul 24, 1942.  To CL-26 at Curtiss-Wright Tech Institute, Glendale,
CA Mar 24, 1943.
748 crashed into bay 500 yds offshore of Hamilton Field, CA May 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
749 to CL-26 at March Field, CA Jun 15, 1943
750 condemned at McChord AAF, WA Feb 13, 1943
751 to CL-26 at Bolling Field, DC Sep 21, 1943
752 to CL-26 at Santa Maria, CA Apr 30, 1943
753 scrapped at North Island, CA Feb 4, 1945
754 crashed on takeoff at Patterson Field, Oh Aug 19, 1941.  Pilot killed
755 crashed on takeoff at North Island, CA Mar 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
756 scrapped at Patterson AAF, OH Jun 29, 1945
757 scrapped at San Bernardino, CA Nov 28, 1945
758 surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Aug 1, 1943
759 scrapped at March Field, CA Jul 3, 1946
760 crashed near Onalaska, WA Nov 24, 1942.  Pilot killed.
761 to CL-26 at Spokane, WA Mar 7, 1943
40-762 ... 40-762
Lockheed XP-38A Lightning
MSN 222-2233.  Model 622-620-10.  Prototype with pressurized cockpit.  Scrapped at Bush Field Mar 28, 1945.
40-763 ... 40-773
Lockheed P-38 Lightning
MSN 222-2234/2244.  Model 222-62-02, designated P-38-LO, later RP-38
763 W/o Nov 5, 1941 at McClellan Field, CA.   Condemned Mar 19, 1942
764 wing ruptured in flight Apr 4, 1943 at Ontario, CA and landed OK.  To CL-26 Apr 23, 1943
765 scrapped at San Bernardino, CA May 22, 1945
766 crashed during emergency landing attempt at Beaufort, SC Oct 16, 1941.  Pilot killed.
767 in midair near Natchitoche, LA Sep 19, 1941.  Pilot killed
768 W/o Jul 21, 1942 at Mines Field, CA.  to CL-26 at Lockheed Sep 5, 1942
769 scrapped at Hill Field, UT Jul 23, 1945
770 in midair off San Diego, CA Dec 21, 1941.  Pilot killed.
771 to CL-26 at March Field Sep 6, 1943
772 scrapped at March Field Feb 2, 1945
773 DBR 15 mi E of Muroc AAB Feb 11, 1942
40-774 ... 40-809
Lockheed P-38D Lightning
MSN 222-2245/2280.  Model 222-672-08, later redesignated RP-38D
775 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
776 W/o May 3, 1942 at Muroc, CA 
777 W/o Apr 15, 1942 at Muroc, CA 
778 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
779 W/o Oct 6, 1943 at Mendota, CA 
781 W/o Oct 15, 1941 at Richmond, MI 
782 W/o May  25, 1942 at Mills Field, CA 
783 crashed and burned at Mills Field, CA Jun 15, 1942.  Pilot killed, plus crew chief on the ground
785 W/o Dec 10, 1941 at Economy, IN 
787 W/o Mar 24, 1942 at Mills Field, CA 
788 W/o Nov 13, 1941 at Palm Springs, CA 
789 W/o May 12, 1942 at Muroc, CA 
790 W/o Mar 7, 1943 at Ontario AAF, CA; repaired (?); wfu at RFC Ontario, CA 
791 W/o Aug 2, 1944 at Ontario AAF, CA
792 W/o Oct 7, 1942 at El Segundo Pier, CA 
794 W/o Jun 22, 1942 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
796 W/o  Nov 12, 1942 at Muroc, CA 
798 W/o  May 27, 1942 at March Field, CA 
799 W/o Feb 20, 1942 at Los Alamitos NAS, CA 
800 W/o Nov 17, 1941 at Woodruff, SC 
801 W/o Mar 29, 1942 at Pt. Vincente, CA 
804 W/o Jan 14, 1942 at NAS San Diego, CA 
805 W/o  Dec 21, 1941 at 10 mi W San Diego, CA 
806 W/o Dec 17, 1942 at Paine Field, WA 
807 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
808 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
809 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
40-810 ... 40-1109
Vultee BT-13 Valiant
Model 54.  MSN 54A-201/500
810 W/o Nov 27, 1944 at Tipo City, OH 
811 W/o Apr 3, 1944 at Gunter Field, AL
812 W/o Nov 27, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
816 W/o Mar 12, 1944 at Gunter Field, AL 
817 w/o May 21, 1942 at Atmore, AL  
818 W/o Nov 25, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
822 W/o Jan 13, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
823 W/o Feb 9, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
826 W/o Feb 23, 1942 at Opelika, AL 
829 W/o Oct 27, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
830 W/o Dec 18, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
831 W/o May 24, 1943 at Mt Meigs Aux Field, AL
833 W/o Jan 28, 1943 at New Orleans, LA 
834 W/o Aug 10, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL
836 W/o May 18, 1943 at Wetumpka, AL   
837 W/o Sep 19, 1940 at Maxwell Field, AL 
838 W/o Feb 18, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL
841 W/o Aug 11, 1940 at Boulder Dam, NV  
842 W/o Feb 25, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
846 W/o 7 Sep 7, 1941 at St Marks, FL 
847 W/o May 21, 1942 at Atmore, AL 
853 W/o Jan 3, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
855 W/o May 7, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL
857 W/o 6 Jul 6, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL  
859 W/o Aug 11, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
861 W/o Nov 29, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
863 W/o Sep 12, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
864 W/o Oct 1, 1940 at Maxwell Field, AL 
865 W/o Jul 17, 1942 at Taylor Field, AL 
866 W/o Sep 20, 1940 at Maxwell Field, AL 
867 W/o Oct 11, 1942 at Clanton, AL 
868 W/o Aug 20, 1943 at Ozark, AL 
869 W/o Sep 24, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
871 W/o Dec 27, 1943 at Mt Meigs Aux Field, AL 
873 W/o Aug 19, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
874 W/o Dec 5, 1943 at Dadeville, AL 
875 W/o May 11, 1942 at Talledega, AL
878 W/o Jan 20, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL  
879 W/o  Mar 22, 1942 at Evergreen, AL 
880 W/o May 25, 1943 at Deatsville Aux Field, AL 
882 W/o Aug 1, 1942 at Midland, GA 
883 W/o Jan 25, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
884 W/o Apr 5, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
885 W/o Jan 2, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
886 W/o Jun 9, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
887 W/o Nov 25, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
891 W/o Jun 23, 1943 at Columbiana, AL 
892 W/o 6 Mar 6, 1941 at Booth, AL 
894 W/o 21 May 21, 1942 at Atmore, AL 
895 W/o Mar 24, 1943 at Eufaula, AL 
896 W/o Jun 25, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
904 W/o Feb 13, 1944 at Gunter Field, AL 
905 W/o Apr 22, 1943 at Taylor Aux Field, AL 
910 W/o Apr 10, 1942 at Troy, AL 
911 W/o Nov 28, 1941 at Thomasville, GA 
912 W/o Apr 10, 1942 at McLemore Aux Field, AL 
916 W/o 17 May 17, 1942 at Brewton, AL 
917 (MSN 54A-308) to civil registry as N63163.  Converted to Val replica for filming of
'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  Has become F-AZOL.
922 W/o Jul 25, 1942 at Chico AFS, CA 
923 W/o Feb 25, 1944 at Vina, CA 
924 W/o May 7, 1943 at Hamilton City, CA 
925 W/o Jun 26, 1941 at San Jose Airport, CA  
926 W/o Sep 8, 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ 
927 W/o Nov 24, 1943 at Chico AAF, CA 
930 W/o Sep 18, 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ 
933 W/o Jan 6, 1944 at Nelson, CA 
934 W/o Apr 1, 1943 at Chico, CA 
935 W/o  Feb 26, 1941 at Sunol, CA
936 W/o Jun 22, 1942 at Chico AFS, CA  
937 W/o  Jan 20, 1941 at Moffett Field, CA 
939 W/o May 10, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL
940 W/o Sep 1, 1942 at Loachapoka, AL  
943 W/o May 21, 1942 at Evergreen, AL 
948 W/o Mar 19, 1942 at Haflin, AL
955 W/o Mar 7, 1941 at Moffett Field, CA  
958 W/o Nov 1, 1943 at Aux Fld # 2, Chico AAF, CA 
959 W/o  Apr 17, 1943 at Chico AFS, CA 
961 W/o May 12, 1942 at Moffett NAS, CA 
967 W/o Dec 18, 1941 at Moffett Field, CA 
969 W/o Jul 8, 1942 at Chico AFS, CA 
970 W/o May 2, 1942 at Moffett NAS, CA 
972 (3024 BU) crashed 11 mi SE of Marana AB, Arizona Oct 3, 1944.  Forced landing after engine failure on a
test flight.  WASP pilot survived the crash, but died at base hospital.
977 (MSN 54A-368) noted Sep 2005 in derelict condition at China Aviation Museum, Datashang, PRC.
979 W/o Jan 14, 1941 at Bakersfield, CA 
980 W/o Sep 10, 1943 at Aux. Field #3 Chico AFS, CA
983 W/o 12 Mar 12, 1941 at Moffett Field, CA 
988 W/o Jun 14, 1941 at Able Field, CA 
995 W/o Dec 17, 1943 at Aux Fld #1, Chico AAF, CA 
996 W/o Mar 14, 1941 at Moffett Field, CA 
999 W/o Mar 14, 1941 at Moffett Field, CA
1007 W/o May 28, 1942 at Chico AFS, CA 
1008 W/o 21 Mar 21, 1942 at Moffett Field, CA  
1009 W/o 13 Jul 13, 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ 
1015 W/o Aug 19, 1943 at Destsville Aux Field, AL
1016 W/o Jun 30, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
1021 W/o Mar 31, 1944 at Dannelly Aux Field, AL 
1022 W/o Aug 22, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
1023 W/o Dec 17, 1943 at Deatsville Aux Field, AL
1028 W/o Jan 31, 1941 at Montgomery, AL  
1030 W/o Jun 13, 1942 at Mt Meigs Field, AL 
1031 W/o Jan 20, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
1032 W/o Aug 27, 1941 at Tuskegee, AL
1033 W/o Feb 11, 1942 at Moffett Field, CA  
1038 W/o Oct 1, 1941 at Moffett Field, CA 
1045 W/o May 12, 1942 at Chico AFS, CA 
1047 W/o Dec 4, 1942 at Chico AFS, CA 
1050 (MSN 54A-441) to CAA as NC323 
1055 W/o Aug 5, 1943 at Grand Junction, TN 
1056 W/o Feb 3, 1941 at Montgomery, AL 
1057 W/o Jan 7, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
1058 W/o Jul 29, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
1059 W/o Oct 23, 1943 at Wetuepka, AL 
1062 W/o Jun 13, 1942 at Mt Meigs Field, AL 
1063 W/o Jan 3, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
1064 W/o Oct 9, 1941 at Crestview, FL 
1066 crashed at Gunther Field, AL Sep 29, 1941. 
1067 W/o Apr 2, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
1070 W/o Feb 20, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
1071 W/o May 11, 1942 at Taylor Field, AL 
1072 W/o Aug 14, 1943 at Evergreen, AL 
1073 W/o Aug 20, 1941 at Berkeley,CA 
1079  W/o May 22, 1941 at Milipatais, CA 
1080 W/o Sep 29, 1941 at Centerville, CA 
1084 W/o Mar 3, 1941 at Bakersfield, CA 
1091 W/o Jul 6, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
1094 W/o Mar 12, 1943 at Gunter AAF, AL 
1096 W/o 21 May 21, 1942 at Atmore, AL 
1097 W/o Jun 20, 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
1098 W/o May 7, 1942 at Gunter Field, Al 
1099 W/o May 21, 1942 at Atmore, AL 
1101 W/o Nov 26, 1943 at Deatsville Aux Field, AL 
1104 W/o Jun 6, 1944 at Taylor Aux Field, Montgomery, AL 
1105 W/o Apr 30, 1942 at Selma, AL 
1107 W/o Jul 24, 1944 at Gunther Field, Montgomery, AL 
1108 W/o Apr 25, 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
1109 W/o  May 21, 1942 at Atmore, AL 
40-1110 ... 40-1360
North American BT-14
MSN NA58-1655/1905.
1110 wrecked near Wright Field Sep 7, 1942
1114 forcelanded 2 1/2 mi S of Wayside, KS Jun 1, 1943
1118 (MSN 58-1663) W/o Sep 27, 1943 at Cherry Vale Aux Field, KS 
1119 (MSN 58-1664)  W/o Oct 29, 1943 at Humansville, MO 
1122 W/o Jun 22, 1942 at Seguin, TX
1123 W/o Jan 24, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX  
1124 W/o Jul 17, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX 
1127 W/o Dec 1, 1943 at Independence AAF, KS 
1132 W/o Jun 27, 1944 at Copan, OK 
1133  W/o Aug 25, 1943 at Independence AAF, KS 
1136 W/o Oct 27, 1943 at Independence AAF, KS 
1137 W/o Nov 18, 1943 at Oclogh, OK 
1140  W/o May 22, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1141 W/o May 8, 1942 at Austin, TX 
1143 W/o Jul 11, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX 
1147 (MSN 58-1692) Wfu; to N37604
1148 W/o Apr 16, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1149 W/o Aug 8, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX 
1151 W/o 22 Sep 22, 1941 at Brooks Field, TX 
1154 W/o Sep 8, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1155 forcelanded 6 mi E of Fredonia, KS Jun 10, 1943
1156 W/o Jan 12, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1157 W/o Sep 24, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX
1160 W/o  Aug 31, 1943 at Independence AAF, KS  
1164 W/o Apr 7, 1944 at Independence #4 AAAF, KS 
1165 W/o Aug 27, 1941 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1172 crashed 6 mi W of Independence AAF, KS Feb 22, 1943
1173 W/o Aug 23, 1943 at Cherryvale, KS 
1174 W/o Jul 26, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX 
1176 W/o Jan 20, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1188 W/o Jan 17, 1942 at Rock Springs, TX 
1189 W/o Dec 19, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX 
1190 W/o Apr 13, 1943 at Stroud Aux Field, OK 
1194 W/o Sep 19, 1941 at Parksley Field, VA 
1196 crashed 7 mi SW of Cross City, FL May 29, 1943
1197 W/o Sep 2, 1942 at Fort George Meade, MD 
1198 W/o Dec 22, 1943 at Silome Springs, AR 
1200 W/o Mar 2, 1944 at Aux Field 9, Cherryvale, KS 
1201 W/o 3 May 3, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1202 W/o Dec 19, 1941 at Dale Marbry Field, FL 
1203 crashed 15 mi NW of Tampa, FL May 12, 1943
1204 W/o Mar 2, 1942 at Shreveport, LA 
1205 W/o Dec 19, 1942 at Cross City AAB, FL 
1208 W/o Mar 2, 1944 at Aux Field 9, Cherryvale, KS 
1209 W/o Aug 7, 1942 at Stafford Spring, CT 
1210 W/o Aug 18, 1940 at Rye, NY 
1211 missing enroute to Trumbull Bield, CT Mar 31, 1943.
1214 crashed 2 mi S of Fuques Ranch, CA Dec 10, 1942
1216 W/o Jul 21, 1944 at Aux Field 9, Cherryvale, KS 
1219 W/o Jan 29, 1941 at Tucson, AZ 
1222 w/o at Sequin, TX Nov 1, 1942
1226 W/o Jul 7, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1227 W/o Nov 2, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1230 W/o May 27, 1942 at Clear Springs, TX 
1231 W/o Nov 16, 1943 at Aux Landing Fld, Independence AAF, KS 
1234 W/o Sep 18, 1940 at Maxwell Field, AL 
1236 crashed at Independence AAF, KS May 5, 1943
1237 W/o Feb 23, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1238 W/o Jun 13, 1941 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
1239 W/o Oct 1, 1940 at Seguin, TX 
1240 W/o Mar 23, 1943 at Cassody Aux Airport, KS 
1245 W/o Oct 8, 1942 at Westhoff, TX 
1249 crashed 7 mi NE of Elk city, KS Jun 17, 1943
1251 W/o Jan 12, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1254 W/o Jun 25, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX 
1256 W/o Oct 17, 1940 at Dumbarton Bridge,CA 
1258 W/o Dec 17, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1260 W/o May 1, 1943 at Independence AAF, KS 
1262 W/o Apr 13, 1944 at Caney, KS 
1275 W/o Feb 26, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1276 crashed 12 mi NE of Boeme, TX Feb 2, 1943.
1277 W/o Feb 4, 1942 at Kingsbury, TX 
1278 W/o Feb 11, 1941 at San Angelo, TX 
1279 W/o Jul 26, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1284 w/o in landing accident at Krueger Field, TX Jan 7, 1943
1285 W/o Dec 11, 1943 at Independence, KS 
1288 W/o Nov 1, 1940 at Randolph Field, TX 
1289 crashed Jun 7, 1942 near Lovington, NM
1296 W/o Jun 16, 1943 at Cherryvale Field, KS 
1297 w/o in landing accident at Independence AAF, KS Jul 7, 1943
1299 W/o Apr 16, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1300 W/o May 15, 1944 at Burns, KS
1301 W/o Mar 11, 1943 at Independence, KS  
1302 W/o Sep 11, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1304 W/o Sep 11, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1309 W/o Jun 13, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1310 W/o Jul 25, 1942 at Lavernia, TX 
1315 W/o Jan 28, 1942 at Camp Bullis, TX 
1316 W/o Feb 27, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX 
1317 W/o Feb 23, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1318 W/o Jan 13, 1941 at San Marcos, TX 
1324 W/o Sep 17, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1325 W/o Oct 16, 1943 at Indpendence AAF, KS 
1334 W/o Jul 28, 1943 at Independence Aux Field #4, KS
1335 crashed 1 mi W of Rockport, TX Jan 12, 1943
1337 W/o Feb 28, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX 
1339 W/o Mar 22, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1340 W/o Apr 16, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1345 w/o at Krueger Field, TX Nov 25, 1943
1347 crashed 1 1/2 mi N of Dewville, TX Jan 10, 1943
1348 W/o Oct 3, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
1351 W/o Jun 27, 1943 at Dallas Center, IA 
1353 W/o Jul 7, 1944 at Independence AAF, KS 
1355 W/o Sep 6, 1941 at Victoria, TX 
1356 W/o 8 Jun 1943 at Independence AAF, KS 
1357 W/o May 19, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX 
40-1361 ... 40-1561
Martin B-26 Marauder
1361 in belly landing at Patterson Field Aug 8, 1941
1362 (22nd BG, "Betsy") belly landed in a cornfield near Wright Patterson Field,
OH Aug 8, 1941 after losing an engine.
1363 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) landing accident at Martin company field, Maryland Mar 20, 1941.  Made wheels up landing 
at Jackson Field, New Guinea Jun 9, 1942.  Repaired and flown to RAAF Air Depot and to Essendon, Melbourne where it was
used for administrative flights.
1364 (22nd BG) nosewheel failure Apr 3, 1941 at Patterson Field, Ohio.  Repaired
1365 (22nd BG) nosewheel failure at Chanute Mar 18, 1941
1366 W/o Nov 19, 1942 at Tyndall Field, FL 
1367 crashed Jul 4, 1943 on training mission near Poteet, TX
1368 (22nd BG) crashed on takeoff at Dobodura, New Guinea Sep 8, 1943.
1370 (28th CG, 73rd BS) in landing accident in bad weather at King Salmon, Alaska Aug 16, 1942.   Crew killed.
1371 (22nd BG)
1372 (22nd BG) nose wheel failure at Langley Field, VA Apr 3, 1941.  Rebuilt and
passed on to 73rd  BG 77th BS.
1374 W/o Sep 2, 1942 at Fire Island, AK 
1375 (22nd BG) nosewheel failure during landing at Martin factory field Jun 11, 1941.  Nosewheel failure at Langley 
Field, Virginia Jul 11, 1941.  In accident at Berlin, Marylnd Jun 15, 1942  
1377 (22nd BG)
1378 (38th BG, 71st BS) in landing accident at Patterson Field, Ohio Jun 16, 1942.
1380 (22nd BG) modified as XB-26D.  Bad landing at Longley Field, Virginia Apr 16, 1941. 
1381 (28th CG, 73rd BS) in landing accident  at Naknek, Alaska Aug 16, 1942.
1382 (22nd BG) W/o  Feb 14, 1942 at Patterson Field, OH 
1384 (22nd BG)
1387 (73rd BS, 28th BG, 11th AF) shot down by AAA from Japanese destroyer 30 mi NE of Kiska Island Oct 16, 1942.
MACR 15931.  All 4 crew killed.
1388 (22nd BG, "Pistol Packing Mamma") scrapped at Brisbane after 82 missions Jan 1944.
1389 (22nd BG) crashed on landing at Archerfield, Brisbane, Australia Mar 25, 1942.
1390 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) crashed on takeoff at Reid River, Australia May 15, 1942.  8 killed
1391 (22nd BG, 38th BS, 5th AF) participated in Battle of Midway.  Landed partial gear up at Midway Island Jun 4, 1942
and w/o.  Landing Accident at Midway Airfield Midway Island Due to Landing Gear Partially Up During Landing 
While Returning From a Mission on The Japanese Ships During The Battle of Midway. All Crew Survived. 
Aircraft Damaged Beyond Repair. Had Over 500 Holes in it. Salvaged.
1392 (2nd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) crashed near Reid River Airfield, Queensland, Australia Apr 4, 1943 due to engine failure while
on practice flight.  One crewman killed, rest survived, aircraft was destroyed.
1393 (22nd BG, 18th RS) in forced landing at Muroc AB, California when ran out of fueld Dec 12, 1941.
1394 (22nd BG, 19th BS) destroyed on ground during enemy air attack on Port Moresby, AU Apr 24, 1942.
1395 (22nd BG, 18 RS) overshot at Wright Patterson Field Aug 20, 1941 due to wet grass,
broke nose wheel assembly following aborted takeoff.
1396 (22nd BG) wrecked on takeoff at Savannah, GA Nov 7, 1941 due to engine failure.
1397 (22nd BG) retained at Hickam Field, Hawaii and crashed on takeoff Oct 1, 1942.
1398 (2nd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) crashed on test flight at Hickam Field, Oahu, Hawaii Apr 1, 1942 while on test flight.
All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
1399 (22nd BG) in accident at Langley Field, Virginia Oct 30, 1941. Damaged on ground at Port Moresby 
by bombs and strafing.  Salvaged.
1400 (22nd BG, 408th BS) shot down by A6M2 flown by Lt Jg Junichi Sasai of Tainan Kolutai Apr 18, 1942 in attack on Rabaul.  
4 KIA, 3 POW.  5 KIA, 2 POW also quoted.
1401 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crash landed at Williamstown NSW Apr 11, 1942.
1402 (22nd BG, 2nd BS, 5th AF) shot down by Aichi E13A (Jake) May 10, 1942 in attack on enemy shipping near Deboyne Islands,
Papua New Guinea.  The E13A was on the ground and W/o Matsuoka and S1C M. Shimizu claimed the shoot down with the
E13A machine gun.  All 7 crew killed.
1403 (19th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) ran off taxi strip into ditch at Iron Range, Queensland, Australia Sep 30, 1942.  All crew
survived, but aircraft was DBR and used for spare parts and salvaged.
1404 (22nd BG) made belly landing at Turnbull Strip after being damaged by AAA while attacking a
convoy near Finchhafen, New Guinea Jan 6, 1943.
1405 (22nd BG,408th BS, "Goosie") landed with nosewheel up May 20, 1942 at Garbutt Field, Australia 
1406 (22nd BG, 19th BS, 5th AF, "Reluctant") ditched near Dobodura during training flight Sep 12, 1943.  3 drowned, 2 survived
and were able to swim ashore.
1407 (22nd BG, 19th BS, "Our Gal") scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944.
1408 (28th BG, 73rd BS, 11th AF) MIA near Cold Bay, Alaska Jun 4, 1942.  MACR 15389.  All 7 crew killed.
1409 (19th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) landing accident due to short field, Sydney, Australia Mar 31, 1942.  All crew survived,
aircraft DBR, washed out and salvaged.
1410 (22nd BG, 18th RS) lost tail section at Wright Patterson Field Nov 17, 1941 and crashed 10 mi NW of Springfield, Ohio.
All aboard killed
1411 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944.
1414 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) crashed and burned after runaway prop during takeoff at Langley Field Sep 25, 1941.
1415 (22nd BG, "Georgia Peach", later "Simba") scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944.
1416 (22nd BG, 18th RS) got lost and landed on golf course at London, Kentucky Sep 5, 1941.  Disposition unknown.
1417 (22nd BG) crashed due to to fuel exhaustion en route to Port Moresby Apr 8, 1942.  Crew survived.
1418 (22nd BG, 408th BS) belly-landed in jungle near Tufi after being hit by AAA during attack in Rabaul Apr 11, 1942.
Crew survived and made their way back to base, taking 47 days.
1419 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crashed landed at sea near Palm Island en route from Port Moresby to Garbutt Field, 
Australia Apr 21, 1942.  7 killed, one survived.
1420 (22nd BG, "Murder Inc") crashelanded, nosewheel failure Feb 10, 1943
1421 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, 5th AF) ditched at sea close to shore at Hercules Bay about 40 mi S of Salamaua, Papua New Guinea
after hit by AAA over Lae, New Guinea Jan 7, 1943.  4 crew killed (one by natives who thought he was Japanese), 3 survived
and were rescued.
1422 (22nd BG) crash-landed at Kukumbuta, New Guinea due to AAA damage Jan 3, 1943.  
1423 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Nov 4, 1941 to Dec 18, 1941.
In landing accident at Langley Field, Virginia Dec 7, 1941 when nose gear failed.
1424 (22nd BG, 408th BS, 5th AF) shot down by flak and fighters in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.  MACR 16386.  All 7 crew killed.
1425 (22nd BG) in landing accident at Akron Airpor, Ohio Oct 1, 1941
1426 (22nd BG, 19th BS) damaged during attack on Rabaul May 2, 1942 and forced down in Trobriand Islands
between Rabaul and New Guinea.  Plane flipped over on its back.  2 of the crew
killed, other 5 survived and were rescued.  Reported recovered
from Trobriand Island ca 1974.
1427 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944.
1428 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944
1429 (22nd BG, 19th BS) destroyed on ground during enemy air attack at Port Moresby Apr 24, 1942.
1430 (22nd BG) scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944
1431 (22nd BG) ditched after takeoff at Hickam Field, Hawaii Mar 29, 1942.
1432 (22nd BG) scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944
1433 (22nd BG, 19th BS, 5th AF) crashed on landing at Iron Range, Australia when tire blew on landing Sep 13, 1942.  Aircraft
hit a termite mound and crashed into a compressor truck and caught fire.  1 killed, rest of crew survived.
Aircraft destroyed by fire.
1436 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944
1437 (22nd BG) w/o due to damage on ground at Port Moresby Aug 17, 1942.
1438 (22nd BG) disappeared in storm between Canton and Fiji enroute to Australia Mar 25, 1942.  7 missing.
1439 (22nd BG, 2nd BS, "Avenger") belly landed at Muroc, CA Dec 19, 1941.
1440 (ACPG DET) in landing accident at Eglin Field, Florida Apr 2, 1942
1441 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) destroyed on ground by enemy action at Port Moresby Apr 24, 1942.
1442 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crashed at sea in Trobriand Islands after being hit by AAA 
Apr 6, 1942.  1 killed, rest rescued.
1443 (22nd BG, HQ Sq) crashed on takeoff at Biggs Field, TX Dec 9, 1941.
1444 (22nd BG) crash landed after being hit by AAA over Salamaua PNG Jul 23, 1943.  1 killed.
1445 (42nd BG, 77th BS) in forced landing at Walla Walla Airport, Washington Dec 31, 1941.  Ran out of fuel.
In landing accident with (28th CG, 77th BS0 at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Jun 19, 1942.
1446 (22nd BG, "Miss Mercury") force landed at Fall River, Milne Bay, PNG after engine fire 
Dec 19, 1942 and damaged beyond repair.
1447 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) blew tire on landing at Reid River, Australia Apr 22, 1942 and scavenged for parts.
1448 (38th BG, 69th BS) in landing accident at Patterson Field, Ohio May 21, 1942.  W/o Jun 28, 1943 at Laughlin Field, TX 
1449 damaged Oct 13, 1942 in landing at Tyndall Field, Florida
1450 W/o May 23, 1943 at Laughlin Field, TX 
1451 recovered from Smith River, BC Nov 9, 1971 and to Military
Aircraft Restoration Group, Chino, CA.  Reported 1972 in
open storage at Chino.
1452 W/o May 11, 1943 at Laughlin Field, TX 
1453 (77th BS, 28th BG, 11th AF) W/o Jan 16, 1942 at Watson Lake, Canada after ran out of fuel.  All crew survived and
were rescued.  Aircraft DBR and abandoned.
1454 (28 CG, 77 BS) in taxiing accident at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Apr 15, 1942.
1455 (77th BS, 28th BG, 11th AF) damaged Feb 20, 1942 in midair collision with P-36A 38-61 30 mi NE of Elmendorf Field, Alaska.
Able to land.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
1456 (77th BS, 28th BG, 11th AF) damaged Mar 7, 1942 in takeoff accident at Elmendorf Field, Alaska.  All crew survived,
Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
1459 crash-landed in British Columbia Jan 16, 1942.  Recovered from
Smith River, BC Nov 9, 1971 and to Military Aircraft Restoration
Group, Chino, CA.  Re-registered as N4299K
and under restoration at MAPS Air Museum, Akron, Ohio.
1461 W/o Jan 16, 1942 at White Horse, Canada
1462 (22nd BG) broke nose strut while landing at Albuquerque, NM Oct 17, 1941.  
In landing accident with ARFC 2 Ftr G 5 mi SE of Offutt Field, Nebraska Jul 20, 1942.
1463 (28 CG, 73rd BS) in landing accident at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Apr 26, 1942.
1464 crash-landed in British Colombia Jan 16, 1942.  Acquired by David Tallichet for
restoration.  Owned by Kermit Weeks as N4297J.  Now in Kermit Weeks' Fantasy of Flight
Museum at Polk City, FL.
1465 W/o Dec 7, 1942 at Fort Glenn, AK 
1466 (73rd or 77th BS, 28th BG, 11th AF) crashed at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Jul 29, 1942.  All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
1467 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, 5th AF) shot down by A6M2 flown by PO1 Saburo Saki of Tanain Kokotai 2 mi off Lae 
in Huon Gulf, Morobe, Papua New Guinea May 28, 1942.  All 7 crew killed.
1468 (22nd BG, 408th BS, 5th AF, "Sad Sack") crashed after midair collision with Zero 25 mi Se of Lae, Papua New Guinea
July 4, 1942 in attack on Lae, New Guinea.  MACR 15070.  All 7 crew killed.
1469 (22nd BG, 2 BS) crashed in storm over Pacific near Palmyra Island enroute to Australia Apr 1, 1942.  4 killed,
2 survived and were rescued.
1470 damaged Dec 15, 1941 in landing at Gowen Field, Idaho
1471 damaged Aug 19, 1942 in landing at Tyndall Field, Florida
1472 (38th BG, 69th BS) crashed Dec 21, 1941 at Jackson, MS shortly
after takeoff from Jackson Air Base.  All aboard killed.
1473 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) crashed on takeoff at Garbutt Field, Australia Apr 21, 1942.  8 killed.
1474 (22nd BG, 408th BS, 5th AF) ditched 1 mi offshore from Wide Pay, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea
May 25, 1942 due to flak damage on attack on Montague Harbor, New Britain. Six crew survived, but 3 died later and
3 were resuced by RAAF PBY Mar 25, 1943.
1475 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) crashed into mountain Dec 31, 1942 Cajon Pass, CA.  9 killed.
1476 (22nd BG, "Flying Parson") nosewheel collapsed during ground warmup May 15, 1943.
1477 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) crashed May 12, 1943 due to muddy strip at Antil Plains, Australia
1478 (73rd BS,28th BG, 11th AF) shot down by AAA over Gertrude Cove, Kiska Island Oct 15, 1942.  No MACR.
Fate of crew unknown
1479 W/o Nov 7, 1941 at Gowen Field, ID 
1480 (22nd BG) crashed near Woodstock, QLD Mar 9, 1943 due to fuel exhaustion.  1 killed.
1481 (22nd BG, "Dumbo") crashed on takeoff at Reid River, Australia Dec 23, 1942.  Crew OK
1482 damaged Nov 23, 1943 in landing at Tarrant Field, Texas.
1483 W/o Jan 15, 1942 at Paine Field, WA 
1484 W/o Aug 27, 1943 at Ft Clark, TX 
1485 W/o Sep 19, 1943 at Bracketville, TX 
1486 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crashed on landing after receiving combat damage on raid on Rabaul May 14, 1942.
1487 W/o Mar 19, 1942 at Vandalia, OH 
1488 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944
1489 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) buckled fuselage in hard landing at Antil Plans, QLD May 15, 1942.
1490 (22nd BG) missing in storm near Palmyra Island enroute to Australia Apr 1, 1942.  7 MIA
1491 (22nd BG) scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944
1492 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) shot up by fighters during attack on convoy off Buna, New Guinea Aug 13, 1942 and 
crashlanded in shallow water off Cape Nelson, Porlock Harbor.  1 killed.
1493 (22nd BG) crashed due to fuel exhaustion at Loloki, PNG Nov 2, 1942.
1494 (22nd BG, HW Sq) crashed at Muroc Dry Lake, CA Dec 18, 1941 due to icing.  All killed.
1495 (22nd BG) crashed on takeoff Jan 10, 1943, Port Moresby, PNG.  7 killed, 8 survived
1496 (22nd BG, 19th BS, 5th AF) made belly landing near Wu Wu, Papua New Guinea due to fuel exhaustion Aug 7, 1942.  
All six crew survived and were helped by friendly natives and made it back to Port Moresby Sep 3, 1942.  The
crew set the aircraft on fire and destroyed it
1497 (22nd BG, 408th BS, "Tailspin Tommy") damaged on ground at Port Moresby by bombs and
strafing Jul 3, 1942.
1498 (22nd BG, 19th BS) lost May 9, 1942 near Torlesse Island during attack on Japanese shipping
1499 (22nd BG, "Walbash Cannonball") scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944   
1501 crash-landed in British Columbia Jan 16, 1942.  Now under restoration at Empire State
Aerosciences Museum as N4299S.  In 2012 was at Military Aircraft Restoration Corporation, Anaheim, California.
1502 w/o Jan 16, 1942 when ran out of fueld and forced landed near Watson Lake, Canqda
1503 (22nd BG) wrecked when tire blew on landing at Laliki, PNG Nov 2 ,1942
1504 (938th BG, HQ Sq) in taxiing accident at Jackson AAB, Mississippi Dec 16, 1941.
1507 (22nd BG, 19th BS) crashed at Nowra, NSW Jun 1, 1942.
1508 (22nd BG, Headquarters BS, 5th AF, "The Virginian") shot down by A6M2 30 mi off Salamaua Morobe, Papua New Guinea
Jun 9, 1942.  MACR 16074.  All 8 crew killed
1509 (22nd BG, "Ole' Tomato") W/o Mar 28, 1942 at Bellows Field, HI 
1510 (22nd BG, 408th BS) damaged beyond repair during enemy air raid Port Moresby Jun 9, 1942.
1513 W/o Jan 19, 1942 at McChord Field, WA 
1515 (22nd BG, "Donald Duck") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944.
1516 (22nd BG, "Calamity Jane/ "El Valiente"/"Margie") scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944.
1517 (22nd BG, "Wabash Cannonball II") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944
1518 (22nd BG, 408th BS, "Cossack") landed with nosewheel up at Jackson Field, Port Moresby,
New Guinea
1520 W/o Jan 14, 1942 at Boise, ID 
1521 (22nd BG, 19th BS, 5th AF) ran out of fuel and crashed near Mount Suckling after missing Port Moresby, PNG Aug 7, 1942.  
MACR 16355.  All 7 crew bailed out, 2 were killed, 5 survived and returned to duty.
1522 (22nd BG) blew up and burned while being serviced at Garbutt, QLD Jun 4, 1943
1526 (38th BG, 70th BS) in taxiing accident at Jackson AAB, Mississippi Dec 23, 1941.
1528 W/o Mar 24, 1943 at Laughlin Field, TX 
1529 (22nd BG, 2nd BS, 5th AF) MIA over Kokoda mountains, New Guinea Dec 17, 1942.  MACR 16095.  All 7 crew killed.
1531 W/o Mar 21, 1942 at Memphis, TN 
1532 (22nd BG, "Sourpuss") Scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944.  Flew with
tail of 40-1403.
1533 (22nd BG) engine cut on landing at Cairns, Queensland and ship went off
runway into trees and swamp Jul 5, 1943.  Salvaged.
1534 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crashed during attack by 3 Zeros while landing at Port Moresby
after strike on Vunakanau Airdrome, Rabaul May 13, 1942.  Tailgunner KIA,
3 crewmembers injured, rest uninjured.
1536 (22nd BG, "Boomerang") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944.
1538 (38th BG, 15th BS) in takeoff crash at Patterson Field, Ohio Jun 4, 1942
1539 W/o Mar 16, 1942 at Wilmington, OH 
1540 damaged Sep 4, 1942 in landing at Tyndall Field, Florida
1543 W/o Nov 3, 1942 at Las Vegas, NV 
1545 (38th BG, 70th BS) in landing accident at Patterson Field, Ohio May 11, 1942
1547 (22nd BG, "Blondie's Dream/"Hoosier Miss"/"Red Raider") scrapped at Brisbane,
Australia Jan 1944.
1548 W/o Apr 3, 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA 
1549 (22nd BG, "Kansas Comet II") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944
1551 W/o Mar 20 1942 at Greenfield, IN 
1552 (22nd BG, "Rose of San Antone") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944
1553 W/o Mar 19, 1942 at Patterson Field, OH 
1554 W/o Oct 3, 1942 at Hatbox Field, OK 
1555 (28th CG, 77th BS) in landing accident at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Aug 27, 1942.
1558 W/o  Feb 14, 1943 at Bellingham Airport, WA 
1559 in ground collision Laughlin Field, Del Rio, TX Mar 10, 1943.  2 killed.
1560 W/o Sep 22, 1942 at Cape Chagak, AK 
40-1562 ... 40-1741
Stearman PT-13B
MSN 75-119/75-298
1562 (MSN 75-119) W/o Nov 9, 1943 at Ventura County Airport, CA 
1567 (MSN 75-124) W/o Oct 4, 1940 at San Diego, CA 
1568  (MSN 75-125) W/o Mar 15, 1941 at Fontana, CA 
1569 (MSN 75-126) W/o Jan 11, 1944 at Oxnard, CA 
1570 (MSN 75-127)  W/o Aug 23, 1940 at Tulsa, OK 
1571 (MSN 75-128) to SE-BOG
1572 (MSN 75-129) W/o Aug 20, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1583 (MSN 75-140) to N55284, LV-ZKT, CC-CFM.  Became CC-KWZ Jun 2000.
Based at Santiago-Vitacura, Chile as CC-KWZ
1585 (MSN 75-142) W/o Mar 3, 1942 at Cucamonga, CA 
1586 (MSN 75-143) W/o Dec 1, 1942 at Ontario, CA 
1587 (MSN 75-144) W/o Apr 24, 1942 at Hancock Field, CA 
1593 (MSN 75-150)  W/o 13 Oct 1942 at Hancock Field, CA 
1596 (MSN 75-153) W/o Feb 28, 1943 at Ontario, CA 
1601 (MSN 75-158) W/o Feb 6, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1609 (MSN 75-166)to civil registry as N57444.  On display at Pearson Air Museum,
WA in US Navy colors.
1611 (MSN 75-168) W/o Jul 13, 1942 at Oxnard, CA 
1616 (MSN 75-173)  W/o Sep 21, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1617 (MSN 75-174) W/o Feb 1, 1944 at Oxnard, CA 
1618 (MSN 75-175) W/o Jul 6, 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
1619 (MSN 75-176) W/o Jul 27, 1945 at Hawthorne Airport, SC 
1620 (MSN 75-177) converted to PT-13C for night and instrument flying.  W/o 3 Oct 1944 at Eagle Field, TX  
1622 (MSN 75-179) W/o 7 Jul 1945 at Hawthorne Airport, SC 
1623 (MSN 75-180) W/o Aug 26, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1629 (MSN 75-186) W/o Jul 21, 1942 at Oxnard, CA 
1630 (MSN 75-187) W/o Nov 7,. 1940 at Chino, CA 
1631 (MSN 75-188) W/o Mar 31, 1944 at Ventura, CA 
1632 (MSN 75-189) W/o Aug 6, 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
1633 (MSN 75-190) became NC55389, then N55389, then OO-AME.
Registered Nov 28, 2006 to By Plane Sarl of Andernos-les-Bains
as F-HAME.
1634 (MSN 75-191)W/o Dec 15, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1643 (MSN 75-200) W/o Dec 26, 1942 at Ontario, CA 
1647 (MSN 75-204) W/o Feb 17, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1653 (MSN 75-210) W/o Jun 26, 1940 at Woodward, OK 
1654 (MSN 75-211) W/o Aug 21, 1942 at Souza Aux Field, CA 
1658 (MSN 75-215) W/o Nov 9, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1661 (MSN 75-218)  W/o Oct 13, 1941 at Fontana, CA 
1662 (MSN 75-219) W/o Dec 1, 1942 at Ontario, CA 
1663 (MSN 75-220) W/o May 22, 1941 at Fontana, CA 
1664 (MSN 75-221)  W/o Dec 8, 1942 at Ontario, CA 
1666 (MSN 75-223) W/o Oct 6, 1944 at Lancaster, CA
1671 (MSN 75-228)  W/o 15 May 15, 1943 at Waller Franklin Field, CA  
1673 (MSN 75-230) on civil registry as N55099.  Displayed at Austrian Aviation Museum at Schwechat Jun 2009.
1674 (MSN 75-231) W/o Oct 8, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1685 (MSN 75-242) W/o Oct 8, 1942 at Chino, CA
1687 (MSN 75-244) W/o Nov 29, 1943 at Puente Aux Field, CA 
1688 (MSN 75-245) W/o Jul 17, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1690 (MSN 75-247) W/o Feb 5, 1943 at Souza Field, CA
1694 (MSN 75-251) W/o  Jan 15, 1941 at Ontario, CA 
1695 (MSN 75-252) W/o Jan 10, 1942 at Ontario, CA 
1701 (MSN 75-258) W/o Dec 15, 1944 at Lancaster, CA
1706 (MSN 75-263) W/o Aug 15, 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
1707 (MSN 75-264) W/o Jan 13, 1942 at Ventura County Airport, CA 
1708 (MSN 75-265) W/o Nov 4, 1942 at Oxnard, CA 
1711 (MSN 75-268) W/o Feb 9, 1943 at Ventura County Airport, CA 
1719 (MSN 75-276) W/o Dec 22, 1940 at Upland, CA 
1721 (MSN 75-278) W/o Nov 29, 1940 at Ontario, CA 
1723 (MSN 75-280)  W/o Mar 3, 1941 at Chino, CA 
1731 (MSN 75-288)  W/o Sep 14, 1943 at Pomona Auxiliary Field, CA 
1736 (MSN 75-293) became N56397
1737 (MSN 75-294) became N56402, registration cancelled Aug 4, 1987
as destroyed. Reregistered N4988G.   Remains must have gone to Sweden, where it has
been rebuilt and registered SE-BOZ.  Registered VH-JVP Jul 4, 2007.  SE-BOE
is also registered as MSN 75-294.
40-1742 ... 40-1891
Stearman PT-17
MSN 75-299/75-448
1743 (MSN 75-300) W/o Aug 9, 1941 at Pretoria, GA 
1748 (MSN 75-305) W/o Aug 23, 1940 at Tulsa, OK 
1749 (MSN 75-306) W/o Oct 25, 1943 at Albany, GA 
1750 (MSN 75-307) W/o Apr 30, 1941 at River Auxilliary Field, GA 
1758 (MSN 75-315) W/o Jan 13, 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
1759 (MSN 75-316) W/o 18 Sep 18, 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
1761 (MSN 75-318) W/o Mar 29, 1942 at Albany, GA; repaired (?); w/o 13 Aug 1943 at Douglas, GA 
1762 (MSN 75-319) W/o  May 27, 1942 at Albany, GA 
1763 (MSN 75-320) W/o Sep 11, 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
1764 (MSN 75-321) W/o Jun 2, 1941 at Lakeland, FL
1766 (MSN quoted as 75-273, on Luxemburg registry as 75-323) flying as N8162G.  
Registration cancelled in Apr 2002 on sale to Luxembourg, where it is 
now registered as LX-LWK.  There is some opinion that
this aircraft and PT-13B 40-1677 may have swapped identities, 
hence the MSN contradiction.
1767 (MSN 75-324) W/o Jan 25, 1943 at Miss Inst Aero, MS 
1768 (MSN 75-325) W/o Jan 29, 1942 at Reynolds Aux Field, GA 
1772 (MSN 75-329) W/o Mar 15, 1943 at Ft Stockton, TX 
1773 (MSN 75-330) W/o Jun 25, 1943 at Albany, GA 
1778 (MSN 75-335) W/o Jan 17, 1942 at Albany, GA; repaired (?); to Israel AF as 2745 
1779 (MSN 75-336) W/o Feb 25, 1942 at Lakeland, FL 
1783 (MSN 75-340) to N61559.  Restored, active.
1784 (MSN 75-341) became N58712, then AN-BLL, then N58712 again, then F-AZIP.
1787 (MSN 75-344)W/o Jan 23, 1943 at Lakeland, FL; repaired (?); wfu; to NC55556
1790 (MSN 75-347) W/o Jun 14, 1943 at Albany, GA
1795 (MSN 75-352)  W/o Sep 11, 1942 at Albany, GA 
1797 (MSN 75-354) to N69296, airworthy in Germany in USAAC colors
1799 (MSN 75-356) W/o Dec 4, 1943 at Kendrick Aux Fld, FL 
1801 (MSN 75-358)  W/o May 8, 1944 at Reynolds Aux Field, GA 
1806 (MSN 75-363) W/o Nov 26, 1942 at Ft Stockton, TX 
1807 (MSN 75-364) W/o Aug 22, 1942 at Albany, GA 
1808 (MSN 75-365) W/o Mar 16, 1944 at Albany, GA 
1809 (MSN 75-366) to RFC, assigned N4610V.  Flew as a duster until 1971.  Still airworthy in 2011
1811 (MSN 75-368) W/o Mar 12, 1941 at Albany, GA 
1817 (MSN 75-374) W/o Dec 15, 1942 at Albany, GA 
1818 (MSN 75-375) became N49747.  Sold to owner in Canada Nov 2006.
1819 (MSN 75-376) W/o Feb 24, 1944 at River Aux Field, GA 
1820 (MSN 75-377) W/o Oct 30, 1941 at Albany Field, GA 
1821 (MSN 75-378) W/o May 9, 1942 at Tuscaloosa, AL 
1827 (MSN 75-384) restored in Army colors and active as N725FR.
1834 (MSN 75-391) W/o Jan 12, 1942 at Madison, MS 
1835 (MSN 75-392)  W/o Dec 21, 1942 at Augustine Field, MS 
1838 (MSN 75-395) W/o Dec 3, 1943 at Dothan, AL 
1840 (MSN 75-397) became N4007B.  Registered Sep 17, 2004 as C-FCDH
1842 (MSN 75-399) W/o Mar 17, 1943 at Harrell Field, AR 
1848 (MSN 75-405) W/o Feb 16, 1943 at Albany, GA 
1851 (MSN 75-408) W/o Feb 18, 1944 at Union Church, MS 
1859 (MSN 75-416) W/o Aug 21, 1943 at Albany, GA
1860 (MSN 75-417) W/o Nov 3, 1943 at Winsboro, SC 
1866 (MSN 75-423) W/o May 22, 1941 at Plant City, FL
1868 (MSN 75-425) W/o Dec 19, 1940 at Lackland, FL 
1869 (MSN 75-426) W/o Jul 20, 1943 at Polk City, FL 
1872 (MSN 75-429) W/o 11 Nov 1940 at Lakeland, FL 
1876 (MSN 75-433)  W/o Sep 2, 1941 at Lakeland, FL 
1879 (52 AAFFTD) crashed 5 mi S of Albany, GA Jul 2, 1942
1881 (MSN 75-438) W/o Oct  28, 1940 at Albany, GA 
1882 (MSN 75-439)  W/o Sep 11, 1942 at Albany, GA 
1883 (MSN 75-440) registered N1967M, then N500JV.  Displayed at Museum of Mountain Flying,
Missoula, MT
1885 (MSN 75-442) became N55581, then G-BPTB Mar 22, 1989.  Later
became OO-JEH.  Sold to owner in France Jul 2006, registered Oct 26, 2006
as F-AZSN
1886 (MSN 75-443) W/o Oct 30, 1941 at Haldeman-Elder Aux Fld, FL 
1891 (MSN 75-448)  W/o Apr 19, 1943 at Lakeland, FL 
40-1892 ... 40-2041
Stearman PT-18
MSN 75-449/75-598
1893 (MSN 75-450) W/o Jan 13, 1944 at Blythe, CA 
1895 (MSN 75-452)bW/o Dec 2, 1942 at Terrell, TX 
1906,1909, and 1934 converted to PT-18A for night and instrument flying.
1913 (MSN 75-470) W/o  Feb 13, 1945 at Chickasha, OK 
1916 (MSN 75-473) W/o Jan 4, 1941 at McDowell Field, TX 
1918 (MSN 75-475) W/o Jul 21, 1943 at Ontario, CA 
1919 (MSN 75-476) W/o Jan 26, 1944 at King City, CA 
1922 (MSN 75-479) W/o Jun 6, 1941 at Harvey Parks Airport 
1924 (MSN 75-481) W/o Jul 2, 1941 at Mickle Field, Dallas, TX 
1930 (MSN 75-487) W/o Feb 10, 1941 at Hicks Field, TX 
1931 (MSN 75-488) W/o Nov 10, 1943 at Puento Aux Field, CA 
1932 to civil registry as N59378.  Has been hanging in Gleview, IL Harley-Davidson dealer since at least 2011.
1940 (MSN 75-497) W/o Feb 5, 1941 at McDowell Field, TX 
1944 (MSN 75-501) W/o Feb 7, 1941 at McDowell Field, TX 
1951 (MSN 75-508) W/o Aug 5, 1941 at Mickle Field, TX 
1958 (MSN 75-515) W/o Mar 30, 1943 at Ontario, CA 
1960 (MSN 75-517)  W/o Dec 7, 1942 at Aux Fld #2, Oxnard, CA 
1963 (MSN 75-520) W/o Dec 26, 1941 at Grant Field, MO 
1964 (MSN 75-521) Wfu; to N56786; to EC-ANT
1967 (MSN 75-524) W/o Feb 28, 1944 at Rankin Field, CA 
1972 (MSN 75-529) W/o May 9, 1941 at Sikeston, MO 
1974 (MSN 75-531) restored in USAAF colors, active as N49295
1980 (MSN 75-537) W/o Jan 13, 1944 at Blythe, CA 
1983 (MSN 75-540) W/o Mar 14, 1941 at Sikeston, MO 
1985 (MSN 75-542) W/o Jun 14, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ 
1989 (MSN 75-546) W/o Oct 16, 1942 at Oxnard, CA 
1990 (MSN 75-547) W/o Feb 9, 1943 at Puente Aux Field, CA 
1995 (MSN 75-552) W/o Dec 29, 1941 at Sikeston, MO 
1999 (MSN 75-556) W/o 28, Aug 1944 at Salt Flat, TX 
2001 (MSN 75-558)  W/o Dec 1, 1942 at Ontario, CA 
2004 (MSN 75-561) W/o Apr 5, 1943 at Ontario, CA 
2009 (MSN 75-566) W/o  Jan 30, 1942 at Hill Field, UT 
2011 (MSN 75-568) W/o May 6, 1942 at Great Salt Lake, UT 
2013 (MSN 75-570) W/o  Mar  11, 1943 at Ontario, CA 
2014 (MSN 75-571) WFU 1945.
2017 (MSN 75-574) W/o Jun 14, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ 
2018 (MSN 75-575) W/o Oct 11, 1943 at Blythe, CA 
2021 (MSN 75-578) W/o Aug 19, 1943 at Norco, CA 
2032 (MSN 75-589) became N61304, then N65D, then G-BPEX Oct 24, 1988, then F-AZGM August 1989.
2035 (MSN 75-592) W/o Jan 21, 1944 at Condor Field No 4, CA 
2036 (MSN 75-593) W/o Feb 18, 1943 at Ontario, CA 
40-2042 ... 40-2079
Boeing B-17C Fortress
MSN 2043/2080
2042 bailed to Boeing for 2 years before returning to USAAF. Converted to B-17D.  Redesignated RB-17D Oct 22, 1942. 
Crashed NW of New Albany, Oregon Jan 25, 1943.  W/o Jan 29, 1943.
2043 to RAF as Fortress I AN518.  Listed as MIA Bygland, Norway Sep 8, 1941.  Also listed as having been 
returned to USAAF Dec 1, 1942, apparently with serial number 40-2066.  Seen taking off in film 
"Flying Fortress" which was made after 90 Sqn was taken off ops.
2044 to RAF as AN519.  Was first B-17 to bomb Germany, Dec 20, 1941.  MIA Oslo Dec 12, 1943.  SOC Dec 12, 1943.
2045 (30th BS, 19th BG) shot down by Japanese fighters Dec 10, 1941
Luzon, Philippines.  First USAAF B-17 lost in actual combat.  Capt Colin P. Kelly killed.
2046 to Wright Field Nov 1940.  To Eglin Air Proving Ground
May 1942 for testing 2 20-mm cannon in nose.  To RFC at Altus Oct 4, 1945.
2047 delivered Strategic Air Depot Sep 9, 1940, to Salt Lake City Jun 27, 1941.  Crashed Nov 2, 1941 
Georgetown, CA while being ferried from Salt Lake City to McClellan Field near 
Sacramento, CA.  Of the 9 crew, 8 survived.  Pilot was killed. Wreck still there.
2048 delivered 19th BG Sep 2, 1940.  To Clark Field, Philippines Feb 6, 1941.
(19th BG) strafed on ground at Clark Field, Dec 8, 1941.  Salvaged
2049 delivered 38 RS/19th BG Salt Lake City.  Transferred to 9th BS, 7th BG Selfridge Field
Feb 24, 1941.  (38th RS, 11th BG) damaged by Japanese fighters during approach to Bellows Field, Pearl Harbor
Dec 7, 1941.  Not repaired, and used as spares source.
2050 delivered SAD Sep 3, 1940.  Assigned to 11th BS, 7th BG Fort Douglas, Salt Lake City May 19, 1941.
(11th BS, 7th BG) overshot landing at McClellan Field Jun 11, 1941.  Salvaged May 6, 1942.
2051 to RAF as AN520.  SOC Aug 14, 1944, handed over Portland, Oregon
2052 to RAF as AN521.  With 220 Squadron, abandoned after engine fire near Shallufa Jan 10, 1942.  W/o
Oct 3, 1943.
2053 to RAF as AN522.  Broke up in midair when flew into heavy cloud near Catterick Bridge, UK Jun 22, 1941.
2054 (38 RS, 11 BG) was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Crashed 130 mi off
Oahu, Hawaii Jun 15, 1942.  MACR 16123.  7 survived, two killed.
2055 to RAF as AN523.  Damaged by enemy aircraft over Brest, France Aug 16, 1941.
w/o after crash landing at Roborough, UK.  Freeman has 2055 being AN537.  There is controversy about the
B-17C identities delivered to RAF.
2056 to RAF as AN524.  Crashed Aug 21, 1941, and relegated to instructional airfram 3355M Sept 1942.
2057 to RAF as AN525.  With 90 Squadron, shot down by Bf 109s near Kristiansand, Norway Sep 8, 1941 while on
mission to bomb the ship Admiral Scheer in Oslo Harbor.
2058 converted to B-17D. (7th BG, 9th BS) groundlooped and destroyed by fire at Langley Field, VA Feb 4, 1941.
2059 converted to B-17D.  Redesignated RB-17D Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Aug 4, 1943.
2060 to RAF as AN526.  Was code WP-G.  Relegated to instructional airframe 4449M Oct 1942.
2061 to RAF as AN527.  SOC Sep 15, 1943, w/o Sep 1, 1944. 
2062 (93rd BS, 19th BG) shot down by Japanese fighters 10 mi S of Malang, Java Feb 3, 1942.  7 KIA
2063 delivered SAD Nov 30, 1940, Salt Lake Cityu May 22, 1941, Sunset Field Jun 14, 1941.  Assigned to
38RS, 19th BG Nov 14, 1941.  Was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
(38th RS, 11th BG) crashed Langley Field May 29, 1943 while on training mission out of Sebring, FL.  
W/O May 29, 1943
2064 to RAF as AN528.  Caught fire on ground at Polebrook, UK Jul 3, 1941.  Salvaged Jul 7, 1941.
2065 to RAF as AN529.  W/o after forced landing near Fort Maddalena, Libya Nov 8, 1941.
2066 to RAF as AN530.  Was code WP-F.  Saw action and survived.  SOC Sep 11, 1943.    
Freeman says that it was AN532 and was returned to USAAF Dec 1, 1942 and subsequently burnt out.
2067 delivered Salt Lake City Feb 13, 1941.  To Albuquerque Oct 1, 1941.  Assigned to 19th BG at
Clark Field.  (19th BG) destroyed on ground by strafing at Clark Field, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
2068 to RAF as AN531.  SOC Jan 17. 1945.  Longest serving B-17 in RAF.
2069 to RAF as AN532.  Returned to USAAF Dec 1, 1942, apparently with serial
40-2079 (Freeman says it was AN524, returned to USAAF Dec 1, 1942 and
crashed at Hendricks Jan 3, 1943 and scrapped)
2070 destroyed on ground by Japanese attack on Hickam Field, Oahu, HI Dec 7, 1941.  Must have been
repaired since w/o Jan 3, 1943 at Hendricks Field, FL.
2071 to RAF as AN533.  Shot down by Bf 109s over Norway Sep 6, 1941.
2072 (19th BG) heavily damaged on Davao mission Dec 25, 1941 and converted into transport.  With 46th 
Troop Carrier Squadron, 317th Transport Group, crashed Bakers Creek, Queensland, Australia, 
June 14, 1943 while ferrying troops to New Guinea.  Six crew and 34 GIs killed.  One survived.
2073 to RAF as AN534.  Broke up in midair due to extreme turbulence over Wilbarston, UK Jul 18, 1941 and crashed.
2074 delivered Langley Nov 14, 1941.  Assigned 38th RS, 19th BG.  (38 RS, 19BG) was one of the planes that 
arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.  Hit by Japanese gunfire while attempting to land at Wheeler 
Field, setting its magnesium flare box on fire.  Fuselage buckled on landing, splitting the
plane in two.  A flight surgeon on board was killed by strafing fire as he
tried to scramble away from the burning plane.  The plane was not repaired.
2075 to RAF as AN535.  With 90 Squadron, damaged by Bf 109s over Norway Sep 8, 1941 and written off in
crash landing at Kinloss, Scotland.
2076 to RAF as AN536.  With 206 Squadron, broke up in midair over Shepreth, UK, Jan 9, 1942.
2077 (MSN 2078) upgraded to B-17D standard Jan 1941.  Strafed on ground by Japanese fighters at
Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.  Salvaged Dec 8, 1941.
2078 delivered Salt Lake City Mar 17, 1941, returned to Boeing, to Salt Lake City Jun 24, 1941.  SAD
Sep 9, 1941.  Crashed Duncan Ford, Texas Oct 11, 1941. Salvaged.
2079 to RAF as AN537.  Was code WP-L and later code NR-L as seen in a photo over convoy with
220  Sqn, Coastal Command.  SOC Sep 1, 1944, Freeman says it was 
AN518 and returned to USAAF Sept 26, 1943.  W/o Sept 1, 1944.
40-2080 ... 40-2164
North American AT-6 Texan
MSN 59-1906/1990
2082 (MSN 59-1908) with 61 Sch Sqn, crashed 12 mi W of Poteet, TX Nov 11, 1940.
2083 (MSN 59-1909) with 555BU crashed Nov 26, 1944 2.5 mi SW of New Carlisle, Ohio.  Engine failed on
night crosscountry flight.  WASP pilot killed.
2085 (MSN 59-1911) w/o Jul 13, 1944 at Brownwood AAF, TX 
2086 (MSN 59-1912) to N59366 then YV-C-DAB
2087 (MSN 59-1913) w/o May 9, 1943 at Bolling Field, DC
2088 (MSN 59-1914) w/o Oct 15, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX 
2091 (MSN 59-1917) with 63rd Sch Sqn crashed 1/2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Nov 29, 1940.
2094 (MSN 59-1920) registered NC60817.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16274 1953-1960.  Scrapped after crash.
2095 (MSN 59-1921) with 63rd Sch Sqn crashed 12 mi SW of Yoakum, TX Aug 6, 1940.
2097 (MSN 59-1923) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 18th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
2098 (MSN 59-1924) w/o Jul 22, 1941 at Haleiwa, HI 
2099 (MSN 59-1925) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 18th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
2100 (MSN 59-1926) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 15th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
2101 (MSN 59-1927) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 15th PG on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o May 9, 1945 at Mokuleia AAB, HI 
2102 (MSN 59-1928) w/o Apr 14, 1941 at Waimea Bay, HI
2103 (MSN 59-1929) w/o 12 Jul 12, 1945 at Laughlin Field, TX 
2105 (MSN 59-1931) w/o Jun 4, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
2106 (MSN 59-1932) w/o Jul 17, 1943 at Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX
2107 (MSN 52-1933) w/o Dec 2, 1942 at Victoria, TX 
2109 (MSN 52-1935) w/o Mar 9, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
2111 (MSN 52-1937) w/o Feb 1, 1943 at Camp Claiborne, LA
2112 (MSN 59-1938) to civil registry as NC90632, then N90632, currently N6665Y.
2114 (MSN 59-1940) w/o Oct 31, 1944 at Ft Worth AAF, TX 
2119 (MSN 59-1945) on civil regisry as N56737.
2120 (MSN 59-1946)  w/o Mar 7, 1942 at Kelly Field AAAF # 4,TX
2121 (MSN 59-1947)  w/o Feb 2, 1942 at Eagle Pass, TX  
2122 to civil registry as NC63625, then N63625.  To USMC Museum, Quantico, VA in 1986.
Loaned to Minneapolis ANGB, displayed as BC-1 798
2124 (64 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jun 7, 1940.
2126 (MSN 59-1952) w/o Sep 24, 1942 at Duncan Field, TX; repaired (?); w/o Apr 5, 1943 at Covington, GA
2127 (MSN 59-1953) w/o Nov 25, 1942 at Randolph Field, TX 
2128 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Sep 27, 1940.
2129 (MSN 59-1955) w/o 13 Jan 13, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
2130 (MSN 59-1956) w/o Apr 1, 1941 at New Braunfels, TX
2131 (63rd Sch Sqn) crashed 4 mi N of Nell, TX May 16, 1940.
2132 (10 ABS) crashed 1 mi W of Campbellsburg, KY Dec 6, 1940
2133 (MSN 59-1959) attached to 32PS/36PS at Losey Field, PR on Jan 20, 1942 was damaged 
when upon landing at Arecibo Field, PR when it ground looped and struck a parked P-39D 
aircraft (41-6870). On Mar 12, 1942 damaged in a landing accident when it nosed up at 
Losey Field. On Sep 21, 1942 damaged in a ground loop landing accident at Vega Baja, PR. 
On Jul 15, 1943 while now attached to 30FS/37FG  damaged in a landing accident at Albrook 
Field in the Canal Zone. On Nov 01, 1943 w/o in a landing accident at Chame #1 Field, Panama.
2134 (MSN 59-1960) operated by Brazilian AF in Panama but not formally handed over.  With 1o Esquadrao de Caca, damaged in landing accident at La Joya,
Panama Jun 12, 1944.
2136 (MSN 59-1962) w/o Jun 27, 1941 at Jones Beach, NY 
2140 (MSN 59-1966) with 63 Sch Sqn, crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Oct 4, 1940.
2141 (MSN 59-1967) crashlanded Jul 14, 1942 near Bluie West One airbase in southern
Greenland.  Wreck lay there until 2000 when was recovered
for rebuild.
2143 (MSN 59-1969) w/o Jul 2, 1943 at Hillsborough AAF, FL 
2145 (MSN 59-1971) w/o Sep 9, 1941 at Hamilton Field, CA 
2146 (MSN 59-1972) became NC56666; to Saudi AF Sep 10, 1952
2147 (MSN 59-1973) crashed into Mt Lowe, CA Jun 23, 1941.  Pilot and
passenger killed.
2149 (MSN 59-1975) w/o Mar 27, 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
2150 (MSN 59-1976) w/o Nov 27, 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA.  Repaired, WFU.  Became NC2596; to Saudi AF Aug 6, 1952
2153 (MSN 59-1979) w/o Jan 20, 1942 at Bolling Field, DC 
2156 (MSN 59-1982)  wfu; to NC59380; to Peru AF as 564 in May 1954
2157 (2 Staff Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Madison, MN Dec 8, 1940.
2159 (MSN 59-1985)  w/o May 16, 1941 at Martinsville, OH 
2161 (MSN 59-1987) w/o May 2, 1943 at Avonmore, PA; repaired (?); wfu; to Nicaraguan AF as 52 in Dec 1947
2163 (MSN 59-1989) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Meriden, KS 
2164 (MSN 52-1990) wfu; to NC65796; to AN-ADB; to Nicaraguan AF as 53 in Dec 1947
40-2165 ... 40-2188
North American B-25 Mitchell
MSN 62-2834/62-2857
2165 later modified as company transport.  W/o Jan 8, 1945 at Mines Field, CA
2167 damaged Sep 27, 1941 in taxi accident at Wright Field, Ohio
2168 (MSN 62-2837) modified as General Arnold's personal
transport. later operated by Hughes as N75831.  Sold to
owner in Mexico in 1962, when it became XB-GOG.  Returned
to USA in 1969.
Still airworthy as N2825B by AMPHA as 'Miss Hap'.  Located at American Airpower
Museum, Long Island, NY.
2169 (17th BG, 34th BS)
2171 W/o 16 Mar 1942 at Westover Field, MA
2172 W/o Sep 25, 1941 at Jackson AAB, MS
2173 W/o May 23, 1942 at McChord Field, WA   
2174 (17th BG, 95th BS) W/o Oct 28, 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO  
2175 W/o Apr 3, 1941 at McClellan Field, CA 
2176 W/o Apr 9, 1942 at El Paso, TX 
2178 W/o  Jan 31, 1942 at Mitchell Field, NY 
2179 W/o Sep 27, 1941 at Jackson AAB, MS 
2180 assigned to 17th BG, 34th BS.  Either damaged or destroyed in
accident Mar 31, 1943.
2181 W/o Jul 6, 1941 at Felts Field, WA  
2183 W/o Aug 10, 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO 
2185 damaged Jun 7, 1943 in taxi accident at Knolwood Field, NC
2186 damaged Jun 6, 1941 in fire at Olympia, Washington.
2187 W/o Jul 8, 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO  
40-2189 ... 40-2228
North American B-25A Mitchell
MSN 62A-2858/62A-2897
2191 W/o Jun 7, 1942 at Margate City, NJ 
2193 crashed in West Greenwich, RI Apr 3, 1942, killing all 5 onboard.
2194 damaged Jul 7, 1941 in taxi accident at Memphis, TN
2195 damaged Jul 29, 1941 in landing at Patterson Field, Ohio
2197 W/o Feb 27, 1942 at Morrison Field, FL 
2198 W/o Jun 21, 1942 at Hillsgrove Field, RI 
2199 crashed Jan 1, 1942 shortly after takeoff into sand pit
at New Hyde Park, NY.  No survivors.
2200 W/o Jul 6, 1942 at Amagansett, NY 
2203 W/o Sep 15, 1942 at Eglin Field, FL 
2205 W/o May 7, 1942 at Esler Field, LA 
2206 W/o Sep 7, 1943 at Peterson AAF, CO 
2208 W/o Mar 11, 1942 at Hope, TX 
2212 W/o Dec 31, 1941 at Portland AAB, OR 
2213 damaged Jan 23, 1943 in landing at Portland AAB, Oregon
2214 W/o May 12, 1943 at Vinegar Bend, AL 
2216 W/o Feb 24, 1943 at Drew Field, FL 
2217 W/o Jul 20, 1942 at Vasilia, CA 
2218 W/o Jul  18, 1941 at Lindbergh Field, CA 
2219 W/o Jan 13, 1943 at Madison AAF, IN 
2220 W/o Dec 3, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
2221 W/o Aug 6, 1941 at Felts Field, WA  
2222 W/o Mar 26, 1942 at Esler Field, LA 
2223 W/o Jul 25, 1941 at Geiger Field, WA
2225 W/o Sep 15, 1941 at Houston, TX
2226 W/o Mar 29, 1943 at Grenier Field, NH   
40-2229 ... 40-2348
North American B-25B Mitchell
MSN 62B-2898/62B-3017
2230 damaged May 19, 1942 in landing at Westover Field, Massachusetts.
2231 crashed into Lake Apopka, FL Jan 18, 1942.  4 crew killed.
2232 (MSN 62B-2901) W/o Sep 10, 1941 at Jackson AAB, MS 
2233 (MSN 62B-2902) W/o Nov 1, 1941 at Mt Cory, OH 
2234 (MSN 62B-2903) W/o Apr 4, 1942 at Langley Field, VA 
2235 (MSN 62B-2904) W/o Apr 3, 1943 at Ft Dix, NJ 
2236 (MSN 62B-2905) Lend-Lease to USSR
2237 (MSN 62B-2906) Lend-Lease to USSR
2239 (MSN 62B-2908) W/o Sep  13, 1942 at Columbia AAB, SC 
2241 (MSN 62B-2910) W/o Nov 21, 1942 at Greenville AAB, SC 
2242 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 8th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Mixed crew from 37th BS, 89th Recon Squadron.  Bombed Tokyo, landed 40 mi
N of Vladivostok Apr 18, 1942.  Crew interned for 13 months, aircraft kept
by USSR, scrapped in 1950s. 
2243 (MSN 62B-2912) destroyed Sep 13, 1941 at Ellington Field, Texas before delivery so it was 
deleted from the order.
2244 (MSN 62B-2913) W/o Mar 19, 1942 at Miami, FL 
2245 to Brazil
2247 (17th BG, 37th BS, "The Avenger") was Doolittle raider.  Was 13th aircraft launched
from USS Hornet, bombed Yokosuka Naval Yard, ran out of fuel, crew
bailed out near Poyang Lake North of Nanchang, China Apr 18, 1942
2249 (17th BG, 89th RS, 432nd BS, "Hari Carrier") was Doolittle raider, mixed 34th BS
crew.  Was 11th aircraft launched from USS Hornet, bombed Yokohama,
ran out of fuel, crew bailed out 40 mi NE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942
2250 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 10th aircraft
launched from USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed
out 30 mi N of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
2251 damaged Oct 16, 1941 in landing at Patterson Field, Ohio
2253 (MSN 62B-2922) W/o Feb 3, 1942 at Pendleton Field, OR 
2254 (MSN 62B-2923) W/o Mar 10, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX 
2255 to Brazil
2256 (MSN 62B-2925) Lend-Lease to USSR
2257 (MSN 62B-2926) Lend-Lease to USSR
2259 (MSN 62B-2928) W/o Nov 6, 1941 at Daniel Field, GA 
2260 (MSN 62B-2929) Lend-Lease to USSR
2261 (17th BG, 95th BS, "Ruptured Duck") was Doolittle raider.  Was 7th aircraft
launched from USS Hornet, bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel and ditched on
coast near Shangchow Apr 18, 1942.
2262 (MSN 62B-2931) W/o Mar 12, 1942 at Columbus, SC 
2263 to Brazil
2264 (MSN 62B-2933) W/o Jan 16, 1943 at Charleston AAB, SC 
2266 (MSN 62B-2935) W/o Jan 14, 1943 at Charleston AAB, SC 
2267 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS) "TNT") was Doolittle raider.  Was 15th aircraft launched
from USS Hornet, bombed Kobe, ran out of fuel, ditched on coast near 
Shangchow Apr 18 1942
2268 (17th BG, 34th BS, "The Bat out of Hell") was Doolittle raider.  Was 16th aircraft launced
from USS Hornet.  Bombed Nagoya, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out S. of Ningpo
Apr 18, 1942.  All crew taken POW.  Two executed by firing squad Oct 15, 1942.
2269 damaged Jul 10, 1942 in taxi accident at Miami MAP, Florida
2270 (17th BG, 95th BS, "Whiskey Pete") was Doolittle raider.  Was 3rd aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out SE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
One crewman killed landing in parachute Apr 18, 1942
2271 (MSN 62B-2940) W/o Jul 8, 1942 at Wilson Mills, NC 
2272 damaged Aug 13, 1943 in taxi accident at Palacios, Texas
2274 damaged Feb 18, 1943 in landing at Westover Field, Massachusetts
2276 (MSN 62B-2945) redesignated RB-25B Oct 22, 1942.
(472nd BS, 334th BG) pulled up hard out of dive and wing snapped off Nov 29, 1942.  4 killed.
2278 (17th BG, 37th BS, "Fickle Finger Of Fate") was Doolittle raider.  Was 12th aircraft launched from 
USS Hornet.  Bombed Yokohama, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out
40 mi NE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
2281 (MSN 62B-2950) W/o Dec 24, 1941 at Portland AAB, OR 
2282 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 4th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Target was Tokyo, attacked by 4 fighters, gun turret inoperative,
salvoed bombs, ran out of fuel, crew bailed SE of Shangjao Apr 18, 1942.
2283 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 5th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out SE of Chuchow
Apr 18, 1942.
2284 (MSN 62B-2953) W/o May 29, 1942 at Lake View, MA 
2288 to RAF as FK164.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2289 to RAF as FK167.  SOC Aug 23, 1945.  Also reported as w/o May 17, 1942 at Columbia AAF, SC.
2291 was damaged Mar 23, 1942 at Eglin AAF on takeoff during training for Doolittle Raid and
did not make the mission.
2292 (17th BG, 37th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 2nd aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, bellylanded in rice paddy
near Ningpo Apr 18, 1942
2293 damaged Jun 27, 1943 in takeoff accident at William Northern AAF, Tennessee
2295 (MSN 62B-2964) W/o Jun 17, 1942 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
2297 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS)) was Doolittle raider.  Was 14th aircraft
launched from USS Hornet.  Bombed Nagoya, ran out of fuel, crew bailed
out SE of Shangjao Apr 18, 1942
2298 (47th BG, 95th BS, "Green Hornet") was Doolittle raider.  Was 6th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel and ditched in Poyang Lake
near Nanchang Apr 18, 1942.  2 crewmen drowned, other three taken POW.
1 executed by firing squad Oct 15, 1942.  Another one died in prison
Dec 1, 1943.
2300 (MSN 62B-2969) W/o Sep 2, 1942 at Columbia AAB, SC 
2301 (MSN 62B-2970)  W/o Nov 1, 1943 at Lake Charles AAF, LA 
2303 (17th BG, 34th BS, "Whirling Dervish") was Doolittle raider.  Was 9th aircraft launched from
USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out 80 mi S of
Nanchang Apr 18, 1942.
2306 to Brazil
2308 (MSN 62B-2977) W/o Jun 7, 1942 at Florence Field, SC 
2309 to Brazil
2310 to Brazil
2313 to RAF as FK163.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2314 to RAF as FK170.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2315 to RAF as FK169.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2316 (MSN 62B-2985) W/o May 25, 1942 at Elmendorf Field, AK; repaired (?); to Brazilian AF 
2317 to RAF as FK173.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2319 to RAF as FK171.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2320 to RAF as FK175.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2321 (MSN 62B-2990) W/o May 1, 1942 at Biggs Field, TX 
2322 to RAF as FK172.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2323 to RAF as FK174.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2324 (MSN 62B-2993) W/o Dec 22, 1941 at Biggs Field, TX 
2325 (MSN 62B-2994) W/o Dec 21, 1941 at Biggs Field, TX 
2326 to RAF as FK181.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2327 to RAF as FK180.  Damaged beyond repair Oct 15, 1943
2328 to RAF as FK166.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2329 (MSN 62B-2998) W/o Jul 6, 1942 at Orlando AB, FL 
2330 to RAF as FK178.  Crashed Jan 12, 1943 at Morrison Field, FL prior to delivery to RAF.
2331 to RAF as FK176.  Crashed on night training flight Delaport, Bahamas Feb 26, 1943
2332 to RAF as FK179.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2333 (MSN 62B-3002) W/o Mar 16, 1942 at Westover Field, MA 
2335 (MSN 62B-3004) W/o  Dec 10, 1943 at Bolling Field, DC 
2336 to RAF as FK177.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2337 damaged Nov 2, 1942 in forced landint 38 St Airport, Miami, Florida
2338 to RAF as FK168.  Retained in Canada
2339 to RAF as FK165.  SOC May 29, 1943
2340 to RAF as FK162.  SOC May 31, 1943
2341 to RAF as FK161.  SOC May 12, 1943
2343 to RAF as FK182.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2344 (17th BG, 34th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 1st aircraft launched from
USS Hornet, flown by Lt Col James H. Doolittle.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew
bailed out 70 mi N of Chuchow.
2345 to RAF as FK183.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
2347 (MSN 62B-3016) fuselage recovered by Ed Maloney ca 1966 from
Hollywood studio.  Reported 1989 in storage at Aero Trader, Chino, CA.
40-2349 ... 40-2368
Consolidated B-24A-CO Liberator
MSN 1/20.  Diverted to RAF as AM910/AM929.  Prior to their construction, this serial batch was allocated to
B-24As.  When it was decided to substitute 20 B-24As for 20 LB-30s on the British contract, the planes were given
British serial numbers and the AAF serials were reallocated to B-24Ds.
2349 to RAF as AM910.  Used to test AXV radar and 20-mm cannon
pack.  Crashed on landing at Nutts Corner Apr 13, 1942.
Nose section lay in Lincolnshire wood until the late 1960s.
2350 to RAF as AM911.  Engine caught fire on takeoff, undercarriage collapsed
at Gibraltar May 23, 1943 and DBR
2351 to RAF as AM912.  Nosewheel collapsed on landing at Boscombe Down May 16, 1941.
Not repaired and SOC Dec 11, 1941
2352 to RAF as AM913.  Engine caught fire and fell off, crashed on approach
at Talbenny Jan 29, 1943
2353 to RAF as AM914.  NFT Apr 16, 1945.  To transport.  SOC in 
Canada in 1946
2354 to RAF as AM915.  Flew into Achinoan Hill in cloud on arrival from
Canada near Campbeltown, Argyll Sep 1, 1941
2355 to RAF as AM916.   Sold Aug 19, 1946.  Salvaged Baledo Bridge, 1952
2356 to RAF as AM917.  Sunk U-338 off Iceland Sep 20, 1943
with 120 Sqdn.  SOC Mar 12, 1947
2357 to RAF as AM918.  Later to G-AGDR with BOAC.  Shot down in error over English Channel
near Plymouth, England Feb 15, 1942.  All 9 aboard killed.  Some databases have G-AGDR being
AM219 instead, but this appears to be in error.
2358 to RAF as AM919.  Sank U-258 Apr 20, 1943, sank U-304
Apr 28, 1943.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Reykjavik Jun 18, 1943.
Salvaged for spares
2359 to RAF as AM920. Sank U-254 Dec 8, 1942.  To BOAC as
G-AHYB Feb 10, 1946.  To Vietnam as F-VNNP Emperor Bao Dai
2360 to RAF as AM921.  Engine caught fire in air and fell out on landing at Reykjavik
Jan 9, 1943 and DBR
2361 to RAF as AM922.  NFT Sep 7, 1944
2362 to RAF as AM923.  NFT Dec 1944
2363 to RAF as AM924.  MIA on patrol NW of Hebrides May 28, 1942
2364 to RAF as AM925.  Crashed on takeoff at Nutts Corner Feb 18, 1942 and DBF
2365 to RAF as AM926.  Flew into hill in cloud on ferry flight, Dyce-Nutts
Corner, Ochil Hills near Alva, Clackmannan Dec 10, 1941
2366 to RAF as AM927.  Prior to delivery to England, was involved in a landing accident, the
damage being major enough that the aircraft had to be returned to San Diego for
repaires.  Plane was deleted from the order to be shipped to England and was
converted to a transport aircraft, acring as prototype for C-87.
Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946.  
To Continental Can Co as N1503, to XC-CAY of
PEMEX in Mexico until 1959.  Became N12905 "Diamond Lil"
with Confederate Air Force and painted in colors of 98th BG, later N24927 with Commemorative
Air Force.  During 2006/2007 was reconfigured back to B-24A/LB-30B and was given
the name "OL 927" noseart.  In Apr of 2012 renamed back to "Diamond Lil" .  Involved in
nose gear collapse May 26, 2012 on landing at Charlotte-Douglas airport, North Carolina					
2367 to RAF as AM928.  Undershot landing and hit sand dunes, Stornoway May 27, 1942
2368 to RAF as AM929.  Sank U-597 Oct 12, 1942.  Damaged U-89
Nov 5, 1942.  Sank U-132 Nov 5, 1942.  Sank U-194 
June Jun 24, 1942.  Sank U-61 Oct 15, 1943.
Sank U-540 with BZ712 Oct 17, 1943.  Sank
U-274 Oct 23, 1943.  Engine caught fire and crashed 
on approach to Dorval and crashed, Simone, Quebec Apr 9, 1945.
Aircraft of the same serial numbers were eventually delivered to USAAF as B-24D (MSN 7/26) 
2349 
2350 to RAF as FK214.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
2353 (cn 19/CO 11) Delivered to USAAF, assigned to 18BS 34BG at Geiger Field, Spokane, WA. Ground 
looped on take off, DBR at Geiger Field on Aug 12, 1942.
2355 (28th BG) interned in USSR Sep 11, 1943.  MACR 12420
2356 (MSN 22/CO 14) Delivered to USAAF, assigned to 469BS, 333BG at Topeka AAB, KS. 
Crashed 3mi N of Admire, KS Jan 20, 1943 when the crew bailed out due to a fire onboard.
2360 (MSN 18) Serial re-assigned; w/o Oct 2, 1942 at Biggs Field, TX
2361 (93rd BG, 329th BS) wrecked while taxying at Barksdale AAF, Louisiana Apr 24, 1942
2365 (404th BS) undershot landing Glen AF, AK Mar 10, 1943.  No injuries.
2367 (MSN 25) force-landed Bechevin Bay, Atka, AK Dec 9, 1942.  During the crash, the rear fuselage broke off
behind the wings.  Crew survived with only minor injuries, rescued the next day.  Remains in situ
on Atka Island.  In 1984, assigned N58426 with American Veterans Memorial Museum, CO, but not recovered.
2368 (MSN 26) (61st BS, 39th BG) in ground collision at Davis Monthan Field, AZ Mar 11, 1943.  8 killed.
40-2369 ... 40-2377
Consolidated B-24A Liberator
MSN 1/9.  Redesignated RB-24A
2369 to Consairway.  Salvaged at Kingman, AZ.   Nose section exists
with Robert Kropp collection, Mesa, AZ.
2370 shot down by Zero on takeoff during Japanese attack on Broome, Australia Mar 3, 1942
and crashed into sea about 7 miles off Cable Beach.
Plane was carrying 33 wounded from Java, 19 of which were killed
in the crash.  Another source shows this plane as being 40-2374.
2371 destroyed on the ground at Hickam Field, HI Dec 7, 1941.  First US aircraft to be
destroyed in WW 2.  This was one of the two planes that had been earmarked
for a secret flight over Japanese bases on Jaluit and Truk in the South
Pacific.
2372 to Consairway.  Burned at Amberley Jul 20, 1943.
2373 was one of two aircraft used to transport the Harriman Mission
to Moscow Sep 1941 via the UK.  Destroyed on ground at Broome,
Australia during Japanese raid Mar 3, 1942.
2374 (7th BG, 11th BS) destroyed by strafing after Java evacuation Mar 3, 1942.
2375 to Consairway.  Salvaged at Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 1945.
2376 was turned over to ATC in 1941, "months before Pearl Harbor", then flew the North Atlantic routes, the Caribbean, North Africa, the 
Mid East and CBI. Her final missions were in the Southwest Pacific, flying evacuation from the Philippines and the Dutch East Indies.
The plane was variously known as "Old '76" (presumably early in her career, for the number), "Red Cap" or "Gravy Train" (for carrying 
a number of VIPs at various times), or "Old Bag of Bolts."  Ditched in lagoon of Ju Island in East Indies after running
out of fuel attempting to return to Darwin May 5, 1942. 
40-2387 ... 40-2416
Ryan PT-20
MSN 323/338, 340/351.  Many conversions to PT-20A.  Two converted to PT-20B and then reconverted to PT-20A.
2388 (MSN 324) converted to PT-20B, then to PT-20A
2389 (MSN 325) converted to PT-20A.  W/o Mar 4, 1942 at Lindberg Field, CA, repaired.  WFU.
To civil registry as N9651N.  WFU May 2, 2011
2391 (MSN 327) Converted to PT-20A; w/o Feb 5, 1942 at Mission Gorge, CA 
2393 (MSN 329) to civil registry as N9652N
2396 (MSN 332) converted to PT-20B, then to PT-20A
2404 (MSN 342) Conv to PT-20A; w/o Jul 30, 1940 at Kearney Mesa, CA
2409 (MSN 347) Converted to PT-20A; w/o Feb 28, 1941 at Kearney Mesa, CA
40-2418 ... 40-2687
Fairchild PT-19
2424 W/o Nov 7, 1941 at Hicks Field, TX 
2428 W/o Mar 17, 1943 at Siloam Springs, AR
2434 W/o  Feb 14, 1944 at Tulsa, OK  
2436 W/o May 25, 1942 at Tulsa AAAF #6, OK 
2437 W/o Jul 9, 1943 at Tulsa AAAF #6, OK
2441 W/o Nov 30, 1940 at Tulsa, OK
2446 W/o Mar 21, 1942 at Tulsa, OK
2450 W/o Jan 1, 1943 at Hicks Field, TX 
2451 W/o Oct 2, 1940 at Mickle Field, TX 
2456 W/o Aug 14, 1940 at Mickle Field, TX 
2458 W/o Jul 1, 1943 at Hicks Field, TX 
2459 W/o Jan 28, 1943 at Hicks Field, TX 
2463 W/o Jan 11, 1941 at Hicks Field, TX
2464 to Brazilian AF
2465 to Brazilian AF
2467 W/o Jul 28, 1943 at Hicks Field, TX  
2469 W/o Mar 16, 1942 at Beaton Aux Field, TX 
2473 W/o Jul 16, 1942 at Hicks Field, TX 
2474 W/o Jun 29, 1942 at Hicks Field, TX 
2475 crashed Apr 17, 1944 6 mi E of Meridian, MS
2476 W/o Feb 25, 1942 at Hicks Field, TX 
2477 W/o Jun 15, 1943 at Corsicana, TX 
2480 W/o Apr 17, 1944 at Meridian, MS 
2483 W/o Feb 18, 1942 at Willstadt, IL 
2494 W/o Jun 14, 1942 at Belleville, IL 
2496 W/o Jun 20, 1942 at Curtiss-Steinberg Field, IL 
2507 W/o Dec 9, 1943 at Augustine Field, MS 
2509 (MSN T40-208) w/o Dec 3, 1940 at Broken Arrow, OK; repaired (?); wfu; 
Preserved at Royal Norwegian AF Museum, Gardermoen.
2510 W/o Mar 17, 1943 at Tulsa AAAF #5, OK
2513 W/o Jul 17, 1942 at Tulsa AAAF #6, OK 
2516 W/o Oct 7, 1944 at Lexington, KY 
2517 (MSN T40-216) Lend-Lease to Mexico
2518 W/o Feb 7, 1944 at Tulsa, OK 
2521 W/o Dec 20, 1943 at Tulsa, OK
2522 W/o Feb 17, 1942 at Tulsa AAAF #5, OK
2523 W/o Jul 13, 1944 at Coleman Field, TX 
2524 W/o May 24, 1943 at Tulsa AAAF #5, OK
2526 (MSN T40-225) w/o Jun 23, 1942 at Beaton AAAF,TX; repaired (?).  Lend-Lease to Mexico
2527 W/o 15 Dec 1942 at Hicks Field, TX 
2529  W/o Jun 11, 1943 at Victory Field 
2530 W/o Sep 19, 1941 at Boyd, TX 
2535 W/o Jun 7, 1943 at Tulsa AAAF#7, OK
2538 (MSN T40-237).  To civilian market as N58100.  Rebuilt in UK
and allocated G-BTNY Jun 5, 1991 and exported to USA May 10, 1995.  Current as N33870.
2542 W/o Mar 29, 1942 at Tulsa AAAF#1, OK
2543 W/o Apr 16, 1943 at Tulsa, OK
2547 W/o Mar 2, 1944 at Muskogee, OK 
2552 (MSN T40-251) Lend-Lease to Mexico
2553 W/o Jul 27, 1943 at Muskogee AAAF#3, OK
2554 W/o Apr 21, 1943 at Hicks Field, TX 
2560 W/o Oct 18, 1940 at Brazil, IN 
2565 W/o Jun 8, 1942 at Hatbox Field, OK 
2569 (MSN T40-268) Lend-Lease to Mexico
2570 W/o Oct 6, 1942 at Muskogee, OK 
2572 W/o Jul 21, 1943 at Muskogee AAAF#1, OK
2573 (MSN T40-272) Lend-Lease to Mexico
2582 W/o Jan 12, 1944 at Muskogee, OK 
2584 W/o Jul 29, 1942 at Muskogee, OK 
2585 W/o Jan 24, 1944 at Muskogee AAAF#1, OK
2587 W/o Nov 24, 1943 at Hatbox Field, OK
2589 W/o Feb 15, 1944 at Raleigh, MS  
2590 W/o Aug 25, 1943 at Hatbox Field, OK 
2594 (MSN T40-308).  Now displayed as N119EC in Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, PA
2601 W/o Jul 14, 1943 at Curtiss Steinberg Field, IL 
2607 W/o Feb 4, 1941 at Centerville, IL 
2608 W/o Jan 3, 1941 at St Louis, IL 
2616 W/o Jul 13, 1942 at Dupo, IL 
2620 W/o Jul 22, 1941 at St. Louis, IL 
2626 W/o Jul  28, 1941 at St. Louis, IL 
2630 W/o Jul 16, 1943 at Curtiss Steinberg Field, IL 
2632 W/o Jan 2, 1943 at East Saint Louis, IL 
2633  W/o Apr 22, 1942 at Curtiss-Steinberg Field, IL 
2634 W/o Jan 15, 1943 at Dupo, IL 
2635 W/o Jul 27, 1942 at Curtiss-Steinberg Field, IL 
2640 W/o May 27, 1944 at Prosper, TX 
2644 (MSN T40-343) Lend-Lease to Mexico
2645 W/o Jul 21, 1943 at Muskogee AAAF#3, OK
2646 W/o Dec 18, 1941 at Whitford Aux Fld, TX 
2647 W/o Feb 3, 1943 at Hicks Field, TX 
2651 W/o Jul 2, 1943 at Hicks Field, TX
2654 W/o Jul 21, 1942 at Hicks Field, TX  
2656 W/o Feb 5, 1943 at Tulsa, OK
2659 W/o Feb 28, 1941 at Muskogee, OK
2662 W/o Nov 10, 1941 at Muskogee, OK 
2667 W/o Jan 16, 1942 at Dupo, IL
2675 W/o Apr 13, 1942 at Tulsa, OK 
40-2688 ... 40-2890
Curtiss O-52 Owl
Model 85.  MSN 14221/14423
2688 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Nov 28, 1941 when ground-looped on takeoff.
In landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Jun 1, 1942.
2690 wrecked at North Platt, NB when blew tire on takeoff Jul 14, 1941
2691 wrecked in belly landing at Patterson Field Jul 25, 1941.  Wrecked at Eglin Field
when landing gear collapsed Aug 13, 1941
2694 (MSN 14227) W/o Oct 7, 1943 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico
2696 (MSN 14229) to Brazil for GIA use in mechanics school
2697 (MSN 14230) W/o Jan 15, 1943 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico
2698 (MSN 14231) wrecked at Losey Field, PI when wheels Locked in landing Aug 7, 1941.
2699 (MSN 14232) dove into sea off Punta Vacia Sep 5, 1941.  Pilot killed
2700 (MSN 14233) W/o Oct 2, 1943 at Trujillo City, Dominican Republic 
2702 (MSN 14235)  W/o Apr 21, 1942 at Fort Devens Airport, MA 
2703 wrecked in taxiing accident at Bolling Field Apr 2, 1942
2704 (MSN 14237) W/o Jun 12, 1943 at Ft Wadsworth, NY 
2705 (MSN 14238) wrecked at Ft Devens, MA.  W/o  Aug 30, 1941 at Portland, ME 
2706 (MSN 14239) W/o  Dec 17, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
2707 wrecked at Wheeler-Savk Field, NY Mar 8, 1942.
2708 (MSN 14241) wrecked at Ft Devens May 1, 1942.  Wrecked Aug 28, 1942 Philadelphia, PA
2709 wrecked at State APT, Hillsgrove, Rhode Island Feb 21, 1942.  To N50160.
2710 wrecked at Wheeler-Sack Field , NY.
2711 wrecked in forced landing at Knollwood, NC Nov 19, 1941
2712 wrecked in forced landing at North Campbellton, TX Mar 15, 1942.  Taxiied into by 40-2848
at Brooks Field, TX May 4, 1942.  To N95459.
2713 (MSN 14246) wrecked at Ft Devens APT May 4, 1942.  W/o Jan 25, 1944 at Del Rapids, SD 
2714 (MSN 14247) wrecked at State Airport, Hisslgrove Dec 21, 1941.  W/o Jun 10, 1942 at Fort Devens, MA 
2716 (MSN 14249) wrecked in takeoff accident at Langley Field, VA Apr 15, 1942.  W/o Sep 22, 1942 at Langley Field, VA 
2717 (MSN 14250)  W/o Nov 12, 1942 at MCAS Cherry Point, NC 
2719 (MSN 14252) W/o Oct 9, 1942 at Pope Field, NC 
2720 (MSN 14253) wrecked in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Jan 10, 1942.  W/o 7 Jan 1943 at Langley Field, VA 
2721 wrecked at Wheeler-Sack Field, NY Mar 31, 1942.
2730 wrecked at Nichols Field Nov 23, 1942 when landing gear collapsed.
2737 wrecked at Langley Field, VA Feb 24, 1942 when ground-looped during landing
2738 (MSN 14271) wrecked S of Pocomoke City, MD when ran out of fuel Feb 17, 1942.  W/o Jul 2, 1943 at Stinson Field, TX 
2739 wrecked at Newark APT Feb 27, 1942.
2740 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA Mar 24, 1943 when fuel pump failed.  Pilot bailed out.
2741 (MSN 14274) W/o Jun 28, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2742 destroyed by fire Feb 26, 1942 at Fort Dix, NJ.
2743 to N64583
2744 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Jun 24, 1942 due to engine failure
wrecked Nov 1, 1942 due to forced landing
2745 (MSN 14278) W/o 8 Jun 1943 at Stinson Field, TX; repaired; wrecked at Brooks Field, TX when 
ground looped on takeoff Mar 14, 1942.  W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2746 (MSN 14279) wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Apr 2, 1942.  Noted derelict at
Chino. Noted dismantled on trailer at Chino Feb 2004, allegedly to
be moved to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  In 2008 was at Pima
and was mostly restored.  In 2013 was on display at Pima Air And Space Museum.
2750 (MSN 14283) wrecked at Brooks Field, TX in landing accident Mar 2, 1942.  W/o Jan 17, 1943 at Yturri Field, TX 
2751 wrecked in landing accident at Yturr Field Mar 4, 1942.  
2752 (MSN 14285) wrecked at Esler Field Dec 4, 1941  
2755 (MSN 14288) wrecked Dec 27, 1941 at Masonboro, NC.  Pilot killed
2756 (MSN 14289) W/o May 16, 1943 at Cox AAF, TX 
2757 wrecked in forced landing South Wrightboro, TX Apr 30, 1942
2758 wrecked in night landing May 2, 1942, Lacompte, LA
2759 crashed Sep 2, 1943 NE of Hyder, AZ while flying along railroad tracks and hit semaphore.  2 killed.
2762 wecked in forced landing at Leesville, LA Nov 6, 1942
2763 (MSN 14296) noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, OH painted as 11907
2764 (MSN 14297) condemned Jan 3, 1942.  W/o Apr 19, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2765 wrecked at Brooksfield, TX Dec 5, 1941 when ground-looped on takeoff
2766 wrecked at Brooks Field Nov 19, 1941 in landing accident
2767 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Dec 27, 1941 when ground-looped on takeoff
also wrecked when fell into Buchannon Lake, Jan 25, 1942
2768 wrecked at Yturri Field when failed to lower landing gear Jul 19, 1942.  To N50323.
2769 (MSN 14302) wrecked at Brooks Field, TX when ground looped during taxiing Jan 10, 1942.  Still flying
as N61241.  In 2009 was on display at Yanks Air Museum, CA.
2770 (MSN 14303) W/o Apr 4, 1943 at Desert Center, CA 
2771 (MSN 14304) W/o Dec 16, 1941 at Brooks Field, TX.  Condemned Dec 30, 1941
2772 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Apr 9, 1942 when ground-looped on takeoff
Wrecked May 8, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX when ground looped on takeoff.
2773 wrecked at Brooks Field Nov 19, 1941 in landing accident
2774 (MSN 14307) W/o 15 Jun 15, 1942 at ElCampo, TX; repaired.   W/o 27 Nov 27, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
2775 (MSN 14308) W/o Feb 26, 1942 at Boerna, TX, surveyed Jul 25, 1942
2777 (MSN 14310) W/o Dec 29, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
2778 wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Dec 16, 1941.
2779 (MSN 14312) wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX  Mar 30, 1942.  W/o Sep 27, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
2780 (MSN 14313) wrecked in takeoff accident at Brooks Field, TX Apr 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 14, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
Wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX May 25, 1942
2781 (MSN 14314) wrecked when ground looped at Brooks Field, TX Dec 19, 1941.  W/o Feb 23, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2782 (MSN 14315) wrecked when ground looped at takeoff  Dec 9, 1941.  W/o Jul 17, 1943 at Floresville, TX 
2783 (MSN 14316) wrecked at Brooks Field Dec 26, 1941 when ground-looped on takeoff.
In landing accident Jan 22, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
In ground loope accident at Brooks Field, TX May 22,1942
Wrecked Jun 2, 1942 at Brooks Field in ground loop.  W/o Aug 10, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2784 (MSN 14317) W/o Jun 16, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2785 wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Mar 6, 1942.
2786 (MSN 14319) wrecked in takeoff accident at Brooks Field, TX Jan 23, 1942.  W/o Mar 21, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2787 (MSN 14320) wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Nov 28, 1941. Repaired.
W/o May 30, 1943 at Brooks Field, Texas, repaired.  WFU.  To N50063.
2788 (MSN 14321) W/o Jul 2, 1943 at Stinson Field, TX 
2790 to Class 26
2791 to N50079
2792 (MSN 14325) wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Dec 18, 1941 in forced landing
2793 (MSN 14296) W/o Jun 8, 1942 at Sabinas Hidalgo, Mexico; repaired (?).  Preserved at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
2794 wrecked when ground-looped on takeoff at Brooks Field, TX Dec 27, 1941
2796 (MSN 14329) W/o Aug 6, 1943 at Brooks Field No 2, TX 
2798 (MSN 14331) W/o Feb 25, 1942 at Yturri Field, TX .  Surveyed Sep 1, 1942
2799 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX when ground-looped on landing Jul 7, 1942
2800 wrecked in ground-loop accident at Brooks Field, TX Dec 4, 1941
2801 (MSN 14334) W/o Nov 11, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
2802 Lend-Lease to USSR
2803 (MSN 14336) wrecked in ground loop accident at Brooks Field, TX Oct 17, 1941.  W/o Oct 9, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
2804 (MSN 14337) wrecked in emergency forced landing Mar 20, 1942 4 mi N of Cross, TX.  W/o Jun 22, 1943.
To N50143.  With Walter Soplata collection, registration not current.  To private owner  in 2000.  Being restored
to airworthy condition at Huntington, Indiana.
2805 (MSN 14338) W/o Mar 15, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
2806 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Feb 3, 1942
2807 (MSN 14340) W/o Jan 14, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
2808/2836 Lend-Lease to USSR
2837 (MSN 14370) W/o May 2, 1942 at Garwood, TX.  Condemned May 4, 1942
2838 nosed over on takeoff at Brooks Field, TX Jan 23, 1942.
Crashed into pole, then burned, Oct 276, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
2839 nosed up on landing at Otis Field, MA Feb 13, 1942.  Ground looped on takeoff May 30, 1942,
Ft Devins, MA.
2840 crashed Pine Camp, NY May 31, 1942.  2 crew killed.
2842 wrecked at Hyannis APT, MA Feb 20 1942.  w/o at Bithlo, FLA Mar 3, 1942.
2843 (MSN 14376) W/o Jul 6. 1942 at Florien, LA 
2845 (MSN 14378) in forced landing Jan 28, 1942 S of Brooks Field, TX.  W/o Sep 30, 1942 at Garwood, TX 
2846 in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Feb 27, 1942.
2847 (MSN 14380) W/o Jan 11, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2848 (MSN 14381) taxiied into 40-2712 at Brooks Field May 4, 1942.  W/o May 11, 1943 at Saspamco, TX 
2850 wrecked at Fort Knox, KY when stalled on circling Jan 3,1942
2851 wrecked Jan 3, 1942 at Fort Knox, KY.  Pilot killed.
2853 damaged at Savannah Army Air Base, GA Feb 21, 1942 when ground
looped on landing.  Wrecked at Desert Center, CA when ground-looped while taxiing May 1, 1943.
2854 (MSN 14387)W/o Nov 17, 1941 at Pittsburg, PA 
2855 (MSN 14388) wrecked at Miami MAP in landing accident Feb 3, 1942
wrecked in landing accident at Biggs Field, TX Mar 16, 1943.  W/o Jun 18, 1943 at Yturri Field, TX 
2856 (MSN 14389) wrecked due to engine failure Jan 21, 1942.  W/o Jan 21, 1942 at Boonville, NY 
2857 (MSN 14390) wrecked at Lawson Field, GA when tire blew on landing Feb 3, 1942.  W/o Mar 11, 1943 at Lawson Field, GA 
2858 (MSN 14391) wrecked Dec 21, 1941 at Wheeler-Sack Field, New York when landing gear collapsed on landing
Wrecked Sep 11, 1942 during forced landing at College Park, Maryland
2860 nosed over on landing at Wheeler Sack Field, NY Feb 26, 1942
2862 (MSN 14395) W/o Jan 9, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX   
2864 (MSN 14397) W/o  May 31, 1942 at Felts Mills, NY; repaired (?); w/o Apr 10, 1943 at Marshall Field, KS 
2866 (MSN 14399) wrecked at Salinas Army Air Base, CA Feb 11, 1942.  W/o Feb 6, 1943 at Santa Rosa, CA 
2868 (MSN 14401)  W/o Jun 10, 1943 at Salton Sea, CA 
2869 (MSN 14402) crew bailed out Jan 2, 1942 at Muroc Bombing Range, CA. W/o Jan 29, 1942
2871 (MSN 14404) engine failed, emergency landing Langley Field, VA Jan 17, 1942. 
2873 (MSN 14406) W/o  Feb 17, 1943 at Laurel, MS 
2875 in takeoff accident Apr 22, 1942, Ellington Field, TX
2877 (MSN 14410) in landing accident at Esler Field, H. C.  W/o Jun 30, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2878 crashed and burned Aug 8, 1942, Camp Davis, NC.  Pilot killed.
2879 wrecked at Langley Field, VA Dec 29, 1941
2880 (MSN 14413) W/o May 25, 1943 at Camp Clipper, CA 
2885 (MSN 14418) wrecked at Hyannis APT, MA Mar 13, 1942.  W/o May 31, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
2890 (MSN 14423)  W/o Jul 19, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
40-2891 ... 40-2970
Republic P-43A Lancer
2895, 2897, 2898, 2899, 2911, 2912, 2915, 2919, 2933,
2940, 2949, 2950, 2951, 2954 converted to P-43B
reconnaissance version.
2894 converted to P-43C recon version.  W/o Oct 22, 1942 at Bolling Field, DC
2891 crashed at Wright Field, OH Nov 6, 1943
2897 converted to P-43B then to P-43C.  W/o Jun 1, 1942 at Billingsley, MD
2898 converted to P-43B.  W/o Jun 20, 1942 at Evans, GA
2901 w/o Sep 15, 1942 at Drew Field, FL
2903 w/o May 13, 1942 at Hensley Field, TX
2904 w/o Jul 12, 1942 at Whitestone, SC
2905 w/o Sep 9, 1942 at Morris Field, NC
2907 w/o Jul 31, 1942 at Winston-Salem, NC
2909 w/o Dec 1, 1941 at Reedville, OR
2910 w/o May 13, 1942 at Hensley Field, TX
2911 converted to P-43B; w/o Dec 15, 1942 at Blythe AAB, CA
2912 converted to P-43B; w/o Aug 6, 1942 at Spartanburg, SC
2921 w/o Aug 1, 1942 at Lincolnton, NC
2925 w/o May 31, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
2927 w/o Jan 11, 1942 at McCleary, WA
2929 w/o Nov 7, 1942 at Victoria, TX
2930 w/o Dec 18, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
2931 w/o Sep 14, 1942 at Drew Field, FL
2934 w/o Apr 2, 1942 at Puget Sound, WA
2935 w/o Mar 15, 1942 at Milledgeville, GA
2936 w/o Sep 4, 1942 at Drew Field, FL
2937 w/o Sep 15, 1942 at Clearwater, FL
2938 w/o Oct 21, 1942 at Drew Field, FL
2941 w/o Dec 14, 1941 at Paine Field, WA
2942 w/o Jun 30, 1942 at Esler Field, LA
2944 ; w/o Aug 20, 1942 at Drew Field, FL
2947 w/o Mar 11, 1942 at Paine Field, WA
2949 converted to P-43B; w/o Sep 19, 1942 at Drew Field, FL
2951 converted to P-43B; w/o Jun 8, 1942 at Blyuth AAB, CA
2952 redesignated as RP-34A; w/o Mar 18, 1944 at Seymour Johnson Field, NC
2953  w/o Dec 17, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
2954 converted to P-43B; w/o Dec 3, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
2956  redesignated as RP-43A; w/o May 28, 1944 at Lowry Field, CO
2957 w/o Sep 10, 1942 at Drew Field, FL
2958  w/o Jan 9, 1943 at Moore Field, TX
2959 w/o  Dec 17, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
2960 w/o Mar 31, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
2966 w/o Dec 1, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
2968 w/o May 30, 1942 at Brookley Field, AL
2969 w/o Oct 16, 1942 at Bloomington, TX
40-2971 ... 40-2990
Bell P-39C-BE Airacobra
2971 w/o Dec 9, 1941 at Key Field, MS
2972 w/o Feb 15, 1942 at Bridgeport, CT
2975 w/o Jun 24, 1942 at Graham Emergency Field, TN
2977 w/o Aug 4, 1941 at Camp Skeel, MI
2979 w/o Apr 2, 1941 at New Baltimore, MI
2981, 2983 and 2984 to RAF as Airacobra I DS173/DS175
DS173 no record of fate
DS174 SOC Oct 28, 1942
DS175 SOC Jan 7, 1944
2989 w/o 5 May 1941 at Mt Clemens, MI
40-2991 ... 40-3050
Bell P-39D-BE Airacobra
Originally ordered as P-39C
2991 (MSN 15-01) w/o May 28, 1942 at Marion Junction, AL
2997 (MSN 15-07) w/o Feb 19, 1942 at Wise, VA
2998 (MSN 15-08) w/o Nov 13, 1942 at Ellington, GA
2999 (MSN 15-09) w/o Aug 14, 1943 at Venice AAF, FL
3000 (MSN 15-10) w/o Mar 17, 1942 at Timmonsville, SC
3003 (MSN 15-13) w/o Sep 21, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX
3004 (MSN 15-14) w/o Aug 5, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
3005 (MSN 15-15) w/o Nov 17, 1941 at Florence, SC
3006 (MSN 15-16) w/o Nov 17, 1941 at Pope Field, NC
3008 (MSN 15-18) w/o Apr 2, 1942 at Florence, SC
3009 (MSN 15-19) w/o Jul 7, 1942 at Cumberland City, TN
3010 (MSN 15-20) w/o Mar 13, 1942 at Scranton, SC
3012 (MSN 15-22) w/o Nov 10, 1941 at Nichols, SC
3013 (MSN 15-23) w/o Sep 7, 1942 at Lloyd, FL
3014 (MSN 15-24) w/o Jan 17, 1943 at Spence Field, GA
3015 (MSN 15-25) w/o Nov 17, 1943 at Foster Field, TX
3016 (MSN 15-26) w/o Nov 19, 1942 at Spence Field, GA
3017 to RAAF as A53-8.  W/o in accident Mar 30, 1943, converted to components 
and returned to USAAF
3018 (MSN 15-28) w/o Jan 31, 1944 at Robins Field, GA.  
3025 (MSN 15-35) modified to P-39D-3 reconnaissance configuration.  W/o Aug 28, 1943 at Wendover Field, UT
3027 (MSN 15-37) w/o Oct 1, 1942 at Selma, AL
3029 (MSN 15-39) w/o Dec 21, 1942 at Sixpence Field, GA
3031 (MSN 15-41) w/o Nov 4, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
3032 (MSN 15-42) w/o Jun 21, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
3033 (MSN 15-43) w/o Feb 19, 1943 at Page Field, FL
3034 (MSN 15-44) w/o Feb 26, 1943 at Omega, GA
3035 to RAAF as A53-9.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.
3036 (MSN 15-46)w/o Apr 18, 1942 at Florence, SC
3037 (MSN 15-47)  w/o  Nov 5, 1941 at Albermarle, NC
3039 (MSN 15-49) w/o Aug 1, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
3040 (MSN 15-50)  w/o  Nov 7, 1941 at Pope Field, NC
3041 (MSN 15-51) w/o Nov 26, 1941 at McBee, SC
3043 (MSN 15-53)  w/o Feb 19, 1942 at Olinger, VA
3046 (MSN 15-56)  w/o Sep 21, 1941 at Randolph Field, TX
3047 (MSN 15-57)  w/o Aug 5, 1941 at Selfridge Field, MI
3048 (MSN 15-58)  w/o Jan 2, 1943 at Horseshoe Gunnery Range, FL
3050 (MSN 15-60) w/o May  29, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
40-3051 ... 40-3051
Republic XP-47 Thunderbolt
Order converted to XP-47B.  Crashed into Long Island Sound Aug 8, 1942, pilot bailed out successfully.  The
crash was kept secret as the aircraft was a new design.
40-3052 ... 40-3052
Republic XP-47A Thunderbolt
Order cancelled.
40-3053 ... 40-3053
Curtiss XP-46
Model 86.  First flight Feb 15, 1941.
40-3054 ... 40-3054
Curtiss XP-46A
Model 86.  Ordered as XP-46 but to save time was delivered without armament or radio as XP-46A
40-3055 ... 40-3055
Lockheed XP-49
Model 522, development of P-38 with pressurized cabin.  First flight Nov 14, 1942.  Damaged in emergency
landing at Muroc AAB Jan 1, 1943.  Repaired and delivered to Wright Field Jun 26, 1943.  Used in
drip test to simulate hard landings.  Scrapped at Wright-Patterson AFB in 1946.
40-3057 ... 40-3057
Grumman XP-50 Skyrocket
Model G-45. MSN 643.  Serial was originally assigned to North American XB-28, cancelled,
reassigned.  Crashed into Long Island Sound during test flight May 14, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
40-3058 ... 40-3058
North American XB-28A
MSN 67-3417.  Crashed into Pacific Ocean off California Aug 4, 1943 after
the crew bailed out.
40-3059 ... 40-3100
Boeing B-17D Fortress
MSN 2087/2128
3059 (19th BG) destroyed on ground at Clark Field, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.  Salvaged
3060 (11th BG) destroyed on ground by Japanese attack at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec, 7, 1941.
3061 (11th BG, 21st BS) destroyed at Malang, Java Feb 28, 1942.  Repaired by Japanese and flown to
Japan for evaluation.
3062 (19th BG) destroyed by strafing at Pasiran, Java Feb 22, 1942
3063 (19th BG) collided with P-40 at Clark Field, Philippines Dec 10, 1941.  Salvaged
3064 (19th BG) crashed overshooting strip at Malang, Java Jan 17, 1942.  Crew survived.
3065 (953 TFTS) damaged when bellied in 9 mi NE of Lebanon, Idaho Mar 26, 1943.  Transferred to
93rd Advanced training Group Apr 4, 1943.  To RFC May 11, 1945.
3066 (19th BG) strafed at Pasirian, Java Feb 22, 1942
3067 crashed on takeoff from Batchelor Field, N. T. Australia Jan 28, 1942.
3068 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
3069 (19th BG) strafed on ground at Clark Field, Philppines Feb 22, 1942.  Parts used by Japanese for a
B-17D reconstruction.
3070 (19th BG) strafed at Pasirian, Java Feb 22, 1942, salvaged
3071 (5th BG) destroyed at Hickam Field, Dec 7, 1941
3072 (19th BG) strafed at Pasirian, Java Feb 22, 1942, salvaged
3073 (MSN 2101) assigned to 19th BG at Del Monte Field, Philippines.  
Attacked by enemy fighters and force landed in center of rice
paddy on Masbate Island Dec 14, 1941.  Later destroyed by Japanese strafing.
3074 (19th BG) strafed and burned at Singoaasri, Java Feb 3, 1942.
3075 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
3076 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
3077 (11th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
3078 (19th BG) strafed and burned on ground at Singoaasri, Java Feb 3, 1942
3079 (19th BG) crashlanded and wrecked Daly Waters Northern Territory, Australia
Mar 14, 1942.  One crew member killed.
3080 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
3081 (11th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
3082 (5th BG) in taxi accident at Lockbourn Mar 3, 1943.  To New Haven Jul 15, 1943.  W/o Jul 19, 1943.
3083 (11th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
3084 (11th BG) w/o Oct 16, 1943. 
3085 (5th BG) w/o Jul 21, 1943 with 23rd BS, 5th BG.
3086 (19th BG) ditched off Zamboanga Dec 10, 1941.
3087 (19th BG) damaged in ground accident at Del Monte Dec 12, 1941, salvaged.
3088 (19th BG) strafed on ground at Clark AB Dec 8, 1941.  Salvaged
3089 (394th BS, 5th BG) lost Oct 2, 1942 due to mechanical trouble on routine flight of Bellows Field.  
All 9 crew killed.  MACR 802 and 900.  This plane is often listed as the plane lost at sea 
(431th BS, 11th BG) Oct 21, 1942, central Pacific, with the World War 
1 ace Edward V. Rickenbacker being aboard.  Rickenbacker and crew were rescued by Navy planes 24 days later.  
MACR 16348 was written after the war and does not list the serial number of the plane or give the date of loss.
3090 (MSN 2118) damaged at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.   w/o in accident Sep 11, 1942 at Kualon Field, HI
3091 (19th BG) damaged in Philippines Dec 10, 1941.  Flown to Australia but considered
uneconomical to repair and w/o Dec, 27, 1941 at Darwin, Australia and converted to components.  
The tail was used on *The Swooze*
3092 (5th BG) crashed Newark, New Jersey Jul 15, 1943.  Salvaged.  Ended up as trainer at Yale University 1944-45
3093 (19th BG) strafed at Del Monte Dec 19, 1941.  Salvaged
3094 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941, salvaged.
3095 (11th BG, 61st BS) wrecked at Clark Field Dec 8, 1941 and restored to flyable status by Japanese.
3096 (19th BG) suffered battle damage in mission to Legaspi Dec 14, 1941 and crashlanded Cagayan, Mindanao
and almost burned out.
3097 (19th BG, *Swoose*) only known US military aircraft to have flown a combat mission
on the first day of US entry into WW II and to remain in continuous military
flying service throughout the conflict.  Original user was 19th BG.  After bombing raids against the 
Japanese in Java, 40-3097 survived the Philippines campaign to be used as the personal VIP transport of the 
Panama Canal Department/Caribbean Defense Command Flight Section CO and was flown all over Latin America.
It then became a ground training air frame for New Haven cadets.  Throughout the war, it was continually
rebuilt with wreckage of other B-17s and kept on flying in SW Pacific.  Later assigned
as personal transport of Gen George Brett.  At end of war, consigned to Kingman, AZ for
scrapping, but was saved by Frank Kurtz, its wartime pilot, who arranged for the
city of Los Angeles to accept it as a war memorial.  On April 6, 1946, Kurtz flew the 
airplane to Mines Field, the Los Angeles municipal airport. Among his passengers were 
the mayor of Los Angeles and Mrs. Kurtz. Following acceptance ceremonies, airport 
personnel stored the B-17 inside a hangar.  Plan for war memorial fell through and
Frank Kurtz arranged for the National Air Museum to acquire the aircraft.  Kurtz
flew the plane in May 1948 to the old C-54 assembly plant at Park Ridge, IL for storage.  
In June 1950 the USAF claimed the Park Ridge facility for military use, and the Smithsonian
officials abandoned the hangar.  On Jan 18, 1952, an Air Force crew flew the plane to
Pyote, TX for storage.  Flown to Andrews AFB, MD Dec 3, 1953 and stored outdoors there
for six years.  In April 1961, the plane was trucked to the Paul Garber Preservation,
Restoration, and Storage Facility at Silver Hill, MD.  Is to be restored and put on display
at Smithsonian museum at Dulles Airport, Washington.  Fuselage moved by truck to
USAF Museum Jul 11, 2008 for restoration.  Wings will follow later.
3098 (19th BG) in ground accident at Del Monte Dec 12, 1941, salvaged.
3099 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.  Salvaged.
3100 (19th BG) in ground accident at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 9, 1941.  Salvaged.
40-3101 ... 40-3142
Stinson L-1 Vigilant
Originally designated O-49, redesignated L-1 in Apr 1942.
3101 w/o Jun 9, 1944 at Lawson Field, GA
3102 became N63230.  In 1973 was part of the Tallmantz collection at Orange County Airport, California.
Reported in 1991 to be at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiani, FL.  May 2006 reported to be under restoration
at Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL.  Reservation complete and was named Grand Champion Warbird at the
205 EAA Sun 'n Fun Fly-In at Lakeland, Florida.
3105 w/o Jul 1, 1942 at Camp Davis, NC
3107 w/o Apr 10, 1944 at NE SW Rwy, Coffeyville AAF, Coffeyville, KS 
3108 crashed Feb 20, 1942 into Grays Harbor, WA near Koon Island on routine anti-submarine patrol mission.
3110 Lend-Lease to RAF as HK929.  Originally allocated FR401.	Delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert 
Air Force Communications Flight
3113 w/o Sep 18, 1942 at Bicycle Lake, CA
3114 w/o Jul 12, 1942 at Bicycle Lake, CA
3115 W/o Oct 5, 1941 at Tucson, AZ
3122 Lend-Lease to RAF as HK928.  Originally allocated FR402	Delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert 
Air Force Communications Flight
3126 Lend-Lease to RAF as HK927.  Originally allocated FR403	Delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert 
Air Force Communications Flight
3128 Lend-Lease to RAF as HK930.  Originally allocated FR404	Delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert 
Air Force Communications Flight
3134 w/o Jul 27, 1942 at Mansfield, LA
3137 w/o Aug 8, 1946 at Gorda Point, Panama
3138 W/o Dec 19, 1941 at Oak Mills, KS 
3140 conv to L-1E; w/o Sep 14, 1942 at Mansfield Field, LA
3141 in l987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
40-3143 ... 40-3162
Douglas A-20A Havoc
3143 crashed into Puget Sound S of Ketron Island, WA May 8, 1942.  All 3 crew killed.
3144 W/o Sep 8, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA 
3146 W/o Sep 8, 1941 at Lake Charles, LA 
3149 W/o Jul 21, 1943 at Boca Raton Field, FL 
3150 w/o Dec 30, 1942 at Townsville, Australia
3157 W/o Apr 3, 1942 at Columbia AB, SC 
3158 W/o Aug 8, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
3159 to RAAF as A28-40 11/43.  W/o at Townsville, Queensland, Australia Dec 30, 1942.  Converted to components 04/45.
3160 to RAAF as A28-34 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
41-001 ... 41-001
Platt-LePage XR-1
Model PL-3.  Was first American military helicopter to take off and hover with good control
Tested at Wright Field throughtout the war.  Last flight Jun 21, 1946.  Given to Smithsonian Institution.
In storage at NASM Garber facility bldg. 7, Suitland, MD
41-004 ... 41-004
Tucker XP-57
Contract cancelled.  Aircraft never built due to financial probmems at Tucker Aviation.
Number reissued to Douglas XB-31 (Model 332), which was also cancelled.
41-005 ... 41-037
Cessna AT-8
MSN 1030/1062
006 w/o Aug 16, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
009 w/o Jul 1, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
010 w/o Aug 28, 1942 at Demopolis, AL
012 w/o Oct 23, 1942 at Starkville, MS
013 w/o Jan 8, 1942 at Rayville, LA
014 w/o Apr 10, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
015 w/o Apr 16, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
017 w/o Jul 29, 1941 at Waskom, TX
018 w/o Nov 30, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
019 w/o Jul 29, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
020 w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Vernon, TX
021 w/o Jul 8, 1941 at Henderson, TX
025 w/o Mar 31, 1942 at Kaye Field, MS
029 w/o Nov 18, 1942 at Shaw Field, SC
Plane marked as 41-030 flying as N30L, but it is actually a UC-78, USAF serial number 42-58281.  I saw this
plane at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill 8-5-95.
031 w/o Jun 9, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
032 w/o Mar 23, 1942 at Kaye Field, MS
033 w/o Sep 1, 1941 at Woodlawn, TX
034 w/o Jun 25, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
036 w/o Mar 19, 1942 at Key Field, MS
037 w/o Jul 20, 1942 at NAAF Newport, AR
41-038 ... 41-039
North American XP-51 Mustang
MSN 73-3101,3107.  Fourth and tenth NA-73 for RAF (AG348, AG354) diverted to USAAF.
038 (MSN 73-3101) was originally allocated to RAF as AG348 but was not delivered.
The serial AG348 was reallocated to NA-73 Mustang I MSN 73-3100 which
was a direct purchase by RAF that did not have USAAF serial.  Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Dec 28, 1941 to Nov 2, 1942.
Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia  Jan 11, 1944 to Jul 25, 1945.
Assigned to Freeman Field, IN.
Went to NASM in 1950, first to Park Ridge, IL then to Silver
Hill, MD.  To EAA Aviation Foundation of Oshkosh, WI in 1975, registered
as N51NA.
039 (MSN 73-3107) assigned to Woodrum Field, Roanoke, VA.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia  Mar 9, 1943 to Jan 15, 1944.
Surveyed for ALD test Jan 15, 1944.
41-040 ... 41-139
Fairchild PT-19A-FA
043 (MSN T41-432) w/o Jun 11, 1941 at Cimmaron Field, OK
045 (MSN T41-434) w/o Dec 17, 1941 at Cimmaron Field, OK
050 (MSN T41-439) w/o Jul 29, 1941 at Grider Field, AR
057 (MSN T41-446) w/o Oct 22, 1941 at Beaton AAAF, TX
061 (MSN T41-450) w/o Jun 13, 1944 at Kewanee AAAF, MO
065 (MSN T41-454) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Broken Arrow, OK
066 (MSN T41-455) w/o Apr 3, 1943 at Tulsa AAAF #7, OK
070 (MSN T41-459) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Bertrand Field, MO
071 (MSN T41-460) w/o Aug 19, 1942 at Sikeston, MO
073 (MSN T41-462) w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Gillett AR
076 (MSN T41-465) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Hatbox Field, OK
084 (MSN T41-473) w/o Apr 9, 1944 at Corsicana, TX
087 (MSN T41-476) w/o Jul 28, 1942 at Corsicana, TX
088 (MSN T41-477) w/o Jun 30, 1943 at Corsicana, TX
090 (MSN T41-479) w/o Jan 11, 1943 at Corsicana AAAF 4, TX
092 (MSN T41-481) w/o Aug 17, 1943 at Satellite Field, TX
093 (MSN T41-482) w/o Feb 1, 1944 at Corsicana AAAF #2, TX
097 (MSN T41-486) w/o Apr 27, 1943 at Ft Stockton, TX
098 (MSN T41-487) w/o May 12, 1941 at Hicks Field, TX
103 (MSN T41-492) w/o Feb 12, 1942 at Arledge Field, TX
104 (MSN T41-493) w/o Mar 29, 1943 at Kelly Field, TX
106 (MSN T41-495) w/o Feb 15, 1944 at Alamagordo AAF, NM
107 (MSN T41-496) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
110 (MSN T41-499) w/o Dec 8, 1941 at Muskogee, OK
113 (MSN T41-502) to Norwegian AF
123 (MSN T41-512) w/o Jul 30, 1942 at Ironton, MO
128 (MSN T41-517) w/o Oct 22, 1942 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
130 (MSN T41-519) w/o Feb 9, 1943 at Kewanee, MO
133 (MSN T41-522) w/o Jul 6, 1943 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
135 (MSN T41-524) w/o Jan 21, 1943 at El Reno, OK
138 (MSN T41-527) w/o Jul 15, 1943 at Piedmont AAAF, MO 
41-140 ... 41-140
Curtiss XP-53
Cancelled contract
41-149 ... 41-665
North American AT-6A-NA Texan
149/173 MSN 77-3958/3982
152 (MSN 77-3961) w/o Jun 10, 1943 at Indian Springs Airport, NV.
155 (MSN 77-3964) w/o Jan 6, 1941 at Stockton Field, CA
157 (MSN 77-3966) w/o Oct 1, 1943 at Camp Hood, TX
159 (MSN 77-3968) w/o Mar 4, 1944 at Naples Airport, FL
162 (MSN 77-3971) w/o Jun 30, 1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ
165 (MSN 77-3974) w/o Jan 3, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
167 (MSN 77-3976) registered NC60708.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16226 1952-1957.  To Argentine Navy in 1959 marked as 04467, EAN-238.
Marked at 0497 according to Museo de la Aviacion Naval.
In 1970 to Paraguayan Navy marked as 446, 266.  Sold in USA in 1989
168 (MSN 77-3977) w/o Nov 3, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
169 (MSN 77-3978) w/o Apr 3, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
173 (MSN 77-3982) registered NC73544.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16241 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
174/323 MSN 77-4133/4282.  The following MSNs are from Hagedorn.  One reference has 174/665 being MSN 77-4133/4624
174 (MSN 77-4133) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Katy, TX
178 (MSN 77-4137) to Royal Thai AF as F8-61/93
180 (MSN 77-4139) w/o Oct 7, 1942 at Falfurries, TX
182 (MSN 77-4141)
183 (MSN 77-4142) w/o Nov 12, 1943 at El Indio, TX
184 (MSN 77-4143) w/o Feb 20, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA
185 (MSN 77-4144) w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Goodsprings, NV
186 (MSN 77-4145) w/o Jun 26, 1943 at Fulton, CA
188 (MSN 77-4147) w/o Mar 5, 1k945 at Ajo AAF, AZ
189 (MSN 77-4148) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA
192 (MSN 77-4151)
194 (MSN 77-4153) w/o Jun 20, 1944 2 im N of Florence Prisoner of War Camp, AZ
195 (MSN 77-4154)
198 (MSN 77-4157)
199 (MSN 77-4158) w/o Dec 22, 1941 at Stockton Field, CA
201 (MSN 77-4160) w/o May 20, 1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ
203 (MSN 77-4162) w/o Apr 15, 1942 at Escalon, CA
204 (MSN 77-4163) w/o Aug 29, 1941 at Eglin Gunnery Range #2, FL
206 (MSN 77-4165) w/o Jan 14, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
207 (MSN 77-4166) w/o Jul 9, 1942 at Selma Muni Airport, AL
208 (MSN 77-4167) w/o Jun 1, 1942 at Turner Field, GA
209 (MSN 77-4168) w/o Jun 24, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
210 (MSN 77-4169) w/o Nov 17, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
211 (MSN 77-4170) w/o Sep 4, 1941 at Bay Minette, AL
212 (MSN 77-4171) w/o Sep 22, 1942 at Tyndall Field, FL
213 (MSN 77-4172) to Royal Thai AF as F8-62/93
214 (MSN 77-4173) w/o Jun 27, 1941at Constitution, GA
215 (MSN 77-4174) w/o Mar 8, 1943 at Apalachicola Gunnery Camp, FL
216 (MSN 77-4175) W/O mAY 19, 1942 at Furniss Field, AL
217 (MSN 77-4176) to Portugal as FAP 707 then 1608 (CS).  To civil registry as G-BGGR, then D-FOBY (NTU).
Preserved at Schwenningen Museum, Germany.  Noted 2005 at Albatros
Flugmuseum, Stuttgart AP, Germany
218 (MSN 77-4177) w/o Apr 6, 1943 at Apalachiocola Gunnery Camp, FL
220 (MSN 77-4179) w/o Jun 11, 1942 at Napier Field, AL
222 (MSN 77-4181) w/o Jun 21, 1943 at Valdosta, GA
223 (MSN 77-4182) w/o Apr 30, 1944 at Jackson AAF, MS
231 (MSN 77-4190) w/o Feb 28, 1943 at Mather Field, CA
233 (MSN 77-4192) w/o Jul 24, 1941 at Corning, CA
234 (MSN 77-4193) to civil registry as NX61269
235 (MSN 77-4194) w/o Dec 4, 1943 at Coolidge AAAF, AZ
236 (MSN 77-4195) w/o Jun 3, 1941 at Turlock, CA
237 (MSN 77-4196) W/o Oct 7, 1941 at Stockton Field, CA
238 (MSN 77-4197) to Royal Thai AF as F8-31/93
239 (MSN 77-4198) w/o Dec 30, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
240 (MSN 77-4199) w/o May 37, 943 at Kingman, AZ
241 (MSN 77-4200) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at Yucca AAAF, AZ
243 (MSN 77-4202) w/o Jul 14, 1943 at Indian Springs Airport
244 (MSN 77-4203) w/o Dec 29, 1941 at Summer, GA
246 (MSN 77-4205) w/o May 10, 1944 at Eglin Field AAAF #3, FL
247 (MSN 77-4206) w/o May 9, 1941 at New Orleans, LA
249 (MSN 77-4208) w/o Apr 30, 1942 at Eglin Field AAAF #2, FL
250 (MSN 77-4209) w/o Apr 25, 1944 at King George County, VA
251 (MSN 77-4210) w/o Apr 7, 1943 at Buckingham AAF, FL
253 (MSN 77-4212) w/o Aug 20, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
254 (MSN 77-4213) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Maxwell AAF, TX
256 (MSN 77-4215) to Argentine Navy as 0353 in 1949, wfu in 1967.  registration N648DB reserved Apr 3, 2007,
taken up Jun 11, 2007.  Current in 2011
257 (MSN 77-4216) w/o aUG 25, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
258 (MSN 77-4217) w/o Oct 1, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
259 (MSN 77-4218) w/o Jan 20, 1942 at Verbena, AL
260 (MSN 77-4219) w/o Jul 23, 1943 at Lufkin, TX
261 (MSN 77-4220) w/o Apr 23, 1942 at Leesburg, GA
262 (MSN 77-4221) w/o Feb 18, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
263 (MSN 77-4222) w/o Jul 16, 1943 at Chevalier Field, FL
265 (MSN 77-4224) w/o Nov 17, 1941 at Manteca, CA
268 (MSN 77-4227) w/o Jan 3, 1944 at Cottonwood, AZ
269 (MSN 77-4228) w/o Aug 22, 1943 at San Bernardino AAF, CA
270 (MSN 77-4229) w/o Aug 23, 1944 at Williams Field, AZ
274 (MSN 77-4233) w/o Jul 31, 1941 at Warrior, AL
275 (MSN 77-4234) w/o Oct 2, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
277 (MSN 77-4236) w/o Feb q8, q9423 at Napier Field, AL
278 (MSN 77-4237) w/o Dec 29, 1941 at Summer, GA
279 (MSN 77-4238) w/o Feb 7, 1943 at Eglin Field, FL
280 (MSN 77-4239) w/o Jan 30, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
281 (MSN 77-4240) w/o Feb 22, 1941 at Columbiana, AL
282 (MSN 77-4241) w/o Dec 27, 1941 at Leesburg, GA
284 (MSN 77-4243) w/o Jul 17, 1941 at Temple, TX
286 (MSN 77-4245) to Royal Thai AF as F8-75/93
290 (MSN 77-4249) w/o Aug 28, 1943 at Laredo AAF, TX
291 (MSN 77-4250) w/o Sep 28, 1943 at Laredo AAF, TX
292 (MSN 77-4251) w/o Dec 1, 1943 at Lincoln AAF, NE
293 (MSN 77-4252) w/o Mar 27, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX
295 (MSN 77-4254) w/o Dec 13, 1942 at Laredo AAF, TX
298 (MSN 77-4257) w/o Oct 24, 1942 at Bayou La Batre, AL
299 (MSN 77-4258) w/o Jul 5, 1943 at Evergreen, AL
300 (MSN 77-4259) registered NC75704.  To Swedish AF 1953-1955 as 16287.  Registered SE-CAR, then D-IBEC 
Apr 9, 1956.   Registered D-FBEC Dec 5, 1957, cancelled Aug 17, 1963. 
To Portuguese AF Jun 2, 1963 as 1793
301 (MSN 77-4260) w/o Oct 24, 1943 at Camden, AL
302 (MSN 77-4261) w/o Feb 22, 1944 at Perry AAF, FL
308 (MSN 77-4267) w/o Aug 19, 1943 at Foster Field, TX
311 (MSN 77-4270) W/o 21 Jul 1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ; repaired (?); to Chile AF as 286; w/o 27 Dec 1960 
313 (MSN 77-4272) registered NC66149.  To Swedish AF as 16299 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
314 (MSN 77-4273) w/o Mar 3, 1943 at Selfield, AL
315 (MSN 77-4274) w/o Mar 31, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
316 (MSN 77-4275) w/o Aug 9, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
318 (MSN 77-4277) w/o Mar 21, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
319 (MSN 77-4278) registered NC58421.  To Swedish AF as 16246 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
321 (MSN 77-4280) w/o Dec 2, 1941 at Eglin Field, FL
323 (MSN 77-4282) w/o Oct 20, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
324/343 (MSN 77-4293/4312)
324 (MSN 77-4293)
325 (MSN 77-4294) w/o Dec 78, 1942 at Segin, TX
327 (MSN 77-4296) w/o May 3, 1942 at Lubbock, TX
328 (MSN 77-4297) damaged Oct 5, 1943 at Yoakum, TX. Repaired.  To Israel Defense Force Air Force as 1165.  
Preserved at Ha'aretz
329 (MSN 77-4298) w/o Sep 7, 1942 at Foster Field, TX
330 (MSN 77-4299) w/o Feb 2, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX
331 (MSN 77-4300) to South African AF as 7638
332 (MSN 77-4301) w/o Feb 28, 1943 at Yoakum, TX
334 (MSN 77-4303)
338 (MSN 77-4307)
339 (MSN 77-4308) w/o Oct 13, 1942 at Lake Charles AFS, LA
341 (MSN 77-4310)
342 (MSN 77-4311) w/o Mar 19, 1942 at Las Vegas, NV
343 (MSN 77-4312)
344/373 (MSN 77-4323/4353)
344 (MSN 77-4323) w/o Apr 21, 1941 at Baton Rouge, LA
345 (MSN 77-4324)
346 (MSN 77-4325) w/o Apr 19, 1943 at Andalusia, AL
347 (MSN 77-4326)
348 (MSN 77-4327)
350 (MSN 77-4329) w/o Feb 21, 1943 at Greenville, AL
352 (MSN 77-4331) w/o Sep 29, 1943 at Uniontown, AL
353 (MSN 77-4332) w/o Mar 27, 1943 at Craig AAF, AL
354 (MSN 77-4333) w/o Feb 8, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
355 (MSN 77-4334) w/o Jan 13, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
356 (MSN 77-4335) 
358 (MSN 77-4337) w/o Nov 15, 1942 at Fort Meyers, FL
359 (MSN 77-4338) w/o Nov 10, 1941 at Craig Field, AL
361 (MSN 77-4340) w/o Jan 22, 1944 at Little Marco Pass, FL
362 (MSN 77-4341) w/o Jan 21, 19042 at Atmore, AL
363 (MSN 77-4342)
364 (MSN 77-4343)
365 (MSN 77-4344)
366 (MSN 77-4345) w/o Aug 30, 941 at Mobile, AL
367 (MSN 77-4346) w/o Dec 1, 1942 at Vicksburg, MS
368 (MSN 77-4347) w/op Jul 22, 1943 at Mollette Field, AL
373 (MSN 77-4352)
374/393 (MSN 77-4363/4382)
374 (MSN 77-4363) w/o Feb 10, 1944 at Williams Field, AZ
375 (MSN 77-4364)
376 (MSN 77-4365)
377 (MSN 77-4366)
378 (MSN 77-4367) w/o Dec 10, 1943 at Buckingham AAF, FL
379 (MSN 77-4368)
380 (MSN 77-4369)
381 (MSN 77-4370)
382 (MSN 77-4371)
383 (MSN 77-4372)
384 (MSN 77-4373)
385 (MSN 77-4374) w/o Feb 7, 1942 at Tallahassee, FL
386 (MSN 77-4375) w/o Feb 3, 19o44 at Craig Field, AL
387 (MSN 77-4376)
388 (MSN 77-4377)
389 (MSN 77-4378) w/o Oct 3, 142 at York, AL
390 (MSN 77-4379)
391 (MSN 77-4380)
392 (MSN 77-4381) w/o Jan 21, 1942 at Andalusa, AL
393 (MSN 77-4382) w/o Mar 15, 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Ft Myers, FL
394/423 (MSN 77-4393/4422)
394 (MSN 77-4393) w/o Aug 14, 1944 at Tonopah, AZ
395 (MSN 77-4394) w/o Jun 13, 1941 at Turlock, CA
396 (MSN 77-4395)
397 (MSN 77-4396) w/o Oct 3, 1941 at Mather Field, CA
398 (MSN 77-4397)
399 (MSN 77-4398) w/o Jun 19, 1944 at Goodyear AAAF, AZ
400 (MSN 77-4399) w/o Jul 20, 1943 at Roswell AAF, NM
401 (MSN 77-4400) w/o Dec 3, 1941 at Placerville, CA
402 (MSN 77-4401)
403 (MSN 77-4402) w/o Apr 21, 1941 at Coalinga, CA
404 (MSN 77-4403) w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
405 (MSN 77-4404) wfu.  To NC67097; to El Salvador AF as 4 in Jul 1949
406 (MSN 77-4405) w/o Mar 2, 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Florida
407 (MSN 77-4406) w/o Jun 9, 1944 at Luke Field AAAF #5, AZ
408 (MSN 77-4407) w/o Oct 17, 1942 at Eglin AAAF #4, FL
409 (MSN 77-4408)
410 (MSN 77-4409) w/o Jan 14, 1942 at Craig, AL
411 (MSN 77-4410) w/o Jul 20, 1944 at Craig Field, AL
412 (MSN 77-4411) w/o Apr 22, 19o42 at Lumberton, MS
413 (MSN 77-4412)
414 (MSN 77-4413) w/o Oct 6, 1944 at Spence Field, GA
415 (MSN 77-4414) w/o Aug 8, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
416 (MSN 77-4415) w/o Jun 2, 1944 at Linden, AL
417 (MSN 77-4416) w/o Sep 1, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
418 (MSN 77-4417)
419 (MSN 77-4418) w/o Mayh 23, 1942 at Malvern, AL
420 (MSN 77-4419) w/o Nov 12, 1942 at Demopolis, AL
421 (MSN 77-4420) w/o Aug 21, 1943 at Milton, FL
422 (MSN 77-4421) w/o Jul 31, 1941 at Warrior, AL
423 (MSN 77-4422) w/o Jul 17, 1943 at Buckingham AAF, FL
424/443 (MSN 77-4433/4452)
424 (MSN 77-4433)
425 (MSN 77-4434) w/o Jun 17, 1942 at Prattville, AL
426 (MSN 77-4435)
427 (MSN 77-4436)
428 (MSN 77-4437)
429 (MSN 77-4438)
430 (MSN 77-4439) w/o Dec 11, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
431 (MSN 77-4440) w/o Jul 25, 1942 at Selma, AL
432 (MSN 77-4441) w/o Nov 1, 1942 at Marianna AFS, FL
433 (MSN 77-4442) w/o Sep 17, 1944 at Kingman AAF, AZ
434 (MSN 77-4443)
435 (MSN 77-4444)
436 (MSN 77-4445)
437 (MSN 77-4446)
438 (MSN 77-4447)
439 (MSN 77-4448) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Mather Field, CA
440 (MSN 77-4449)
441 (MSN 77-4450)
442 (MSN 77-4451) w/o Oct 25, 1941 at New Jerusalem AAAF, C
443 (MSN 77-4452) w/o May 11, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA
444/473 (MSN 77-4463/4492)
444 (MSN 77-4463) w/o Jun 1, 1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ
445 (MSN 77-4464) w/o May 27, 1942 at Tonopah Gunnery Range, NV
446 (MSN 77-4465)
447 (MSN 77-4466) w/o Apr 2, 1942 at Stockton Field, CA
448 (MSN 77-4467)
449 (MSN 77-4468) wfu, to NC59642.  To Chile AF as 291.  W/o Mar 16, 1954
450 (MSN 77-4469)
451 (MSN 77-4470)
452 (MSN 77-4471) w/o Sep 26, 1941 at Chico, CA
453 (MSN 77-4472)
454 (MSN 77-4473)
455 (MSN 77-4474)
456 (MSN 77-4475) w/o Sep 1, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
457 (MSN 77-4476)
458 (MSN 77-4477) w/o Mar 28, 1945 at Hattisburg, MS
459 (MSN 77-4478) w/o Jul 9, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL
460 (MSN 77-4479) w/o Jul 14, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
461 (MSN 77-4480)
462 (MSN 77-4481)
463 (MSN 77-4482) w/o Mar 24, 1943 at Salfield, AL
464 (MSN 77-4483) crashed near Colon, Nebraska Jun 19, 1945.  Both crew killed.
465 (MSN 77-4484)
466 (MSN 77-4485) Wfu; to NC65797; to AN-ADE; to Nicaragua AF as 50 in Dec 1947
467 (MSN 77-4486)
468 (MSN 77-4487) registered NC60997.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16280 1953-1957.  Registered N99268 in 1957
469 (MSN 77-4488) w/o Aug 3, 1943 at Brooks AAAF #4, TX
470 (MSN 77-4489)
471 (MSN 77-4490) w/o Aug 6, 1941 at Somerset, TX
472 (MSN 77-4491) w/o May 9, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
473 (MSN 77-4492) w/o Jul 12, 1942 at Corpus Christi, TX
474/503 (MSN 77-4503/4532)
474 (MSN 77-4503)
475 (MSN 77-4504)
476 (MSN 77-4505) w/o Nov 12, 1943 at el Indio, TX, repaired.  To Portuguese AF as 1606
477 (MSN 77-4506)
478 (MSN 77-4507)
479 (MSN 77-4508)
480 (MSN 77-4509)
481 (MSN 77-4510) w/o Nov 4, 1942 at Clanton, AL
482 (MSN 77-4511) w/o Jun 23, 1945 at Tom Beam, TX
483 (MSN 77-4512) w/o Jun 12, 1942 at Autaugaville, AL
484 (MSN 77-4513) w/o Jun 7, 1943 at Napier Field, AL
485 (MSN 77-4514) w/o Jul 19, 1941 at Seale, AL
486 (MSN 77-4515)
487 (MSN 77-4516) w/o Oct 1, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
488 (MSN 77-4517) w/o Nov 11, 1944 at Orlando, FL
489 (MSN 77-4518)
490 (MSN 77-4519)
491 (MSN 77-4520) w/o Jun 17, 1944 at Williams Field, AZ 
492 (MSN 77-4521)
493 (MSN 77-4522) w/o Aug 18, 1941 at Mather Field, CA
494 (MSN 77-4523) 
495 (MSN 77-4524) w/o Jun 4, 1942 at Kelly Field, TX, repaired.  Registered NC60864.  
To Royal Swedish AF as 16269 1953-1957.  Registered SE-CHP in 1958, still airworthy.
496 (MSN 77-4525) w/o Mayh 123, 19o44 at Angleton, TX
497 (MSN 77-4526)
498 (MSN 77-4527)
499 (MSN 77-4528) wfu, to N62280.
500 (MSN 77-4529)
501 (MSN 77-4530)
502 (MSN 77-4531)
503 (MSN 77-4532)
504/544 (MSN 77-4543/4583)
504 (MSN 77-4543) w/o May 11, 1943 at Foster Field, TX
505 (MSN 77-4544) w/o May 8 194 at Amarillo, TX
506 (MSN 77-4545) to Portuguese AF as 1604
507 (MSN 77-4546) w/o Jul 14, 1941 at Floresville, TX
508 (MSN 77-4547)
509 (MSN 77-4548)
510 (MSN 77-4549)
511 (MSN 77-4550)
512 (MSN 77-4551)
513 (MSN 77-4552) w/o Apr 9, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
514 (MSN 77-4553) w/o Sep 23, 1943 at Laredo AAF
515 (MSN 77-4554)
516 (MSN 77-4555) w/o Dec 23, 1944 at Montgomery, AL
517 (MSN 77-4556) w/ o Nov 8, 1942 at Scott Field, IL
518 (MSN 77-4557) w/o Jun 23, 1944 at Dothan, AL
519 (MSN 77-4558) registered NC67138.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16304 1954-1957.  Sold in USA
520 (MSN 77-4559)
521 (MSN 77-4560)
522 (MSN 77-4561) w/o Mar 15, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
523 (MSN 77-4562)
524 (MSN 77-4563) w/o Sep 22, 1942 at Turner Field, GA
525 (MSN 77-4564)
526 (MSN 77-4565) w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Maxwell Field, AL
527 (MSN 77-4566) registered NC65907.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16259 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
528 (MSN 77-4567) w/o Mar 4, 1942 at Eglin AAAF #4, FL
529 (MSN 77-4568)
530 (MSN 77-4569) w/o Oct 5, 1944 at Eglin AAAF #6, FL
531 (MSN 77-4570) w/o Oct 15, 1942 at Eglin AAAF #4, FL, repaired.  registered NC66109.  To Royal 
Swedish AF as 16312 1954-1955.  Scrapped in 1955 after crash
532 (MSN 77-4571) w/o Mar 29, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL
533 (MSN 77-4572)
534 (MSN 77-4573) w/o Mar 31, 1943 at Las Vegas, NV
535 (MSN 77-4574) w/o Se;p 19, 1941 at Mather Field, CA
536 (MSN 77-4575) w/o Oct 4, 1944 at Gila Bend, AZ
537 (MSN 77-4576)
538 (MSN 77-4577) w/o Oct 4, 1944 at Gila Bend, AZ
539 (MSN 77-4578) w/o Feb 3, 1942 at Lake Tahoe, NV
540 (MSN 77-4579) w/o Jul 20, `1943 at Kingman AAF, AZ
541 (MSN 77-4580)
542 (MSN 77-4581)
543 (MSN 77-4582)
544 (MSN 77-4583)
545/583 (MSN 77-4594/4632)
545 (MSN 77-4594)
546 (MSN 77-4595)
551 (MSN 77-4600) w/o Oct 29, 1943 at Laguna Madre Sub Base, TX
554 (MSN 77-4603) w/o Jun 26, 1942 at Luke AAF, AZ
556 (MSN 77-4605) w/o Jun 2, 1942 at Luke AAF, AZ
559 (MSN 77-4608) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at McChord Field, WA
563 (MSN 77-4612) w/o May 1, 1944 at Picacho Reservoir, AZ
564 (MSN 77-4613) to Israeli AF as 1108.  WFU
565 (MSN 77-4614) w/o Jun 12, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
566 (MSN 77-4615) w/o Dec 10, 1941 at Gainsville, AL
567 (MSN 77-4616) w/o Jul 15, 1941 at Evergreen, AL
569 (MSN 77-4618) w/o Oct 17, 1942 at Firing Range #3, Eglin Field, FL
573 (MSN 77-4622) w/o Sep 29, 1941 at Turner Field, GA
574 (MSN 77-4623) w/o Aug 21, 1941 at Luke AAF, AZ
576 (MSN 77-4625) w/o Feb 6, 1943 at Yuma AAF, AZ
577 (MSN 77-4626) w/o Aug 13, 1941 at Mather Field, CA
578 (MSN 77-4627)
579 (MSN 77-4628) w/o Aug 6, 1941 at Ajo, AZ
580 (MSN 77-4629)
582 (MSN 77-4631)
583 (MSN 77-4632) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Mather Field, CA
584/653 (MSN 77-4643/4722)
584 (MSN 77-4643) w/o Sep 16, 1941 at Kelly Field Aux #2, TX
586 (MSN 77-4645) w/o Aug 3, 1942 at Dilley, TX
587 (MSN 77-4646)
589 (MSN 77-4648) w/o Oct 18, 1941 at Mineral, KS
591 (MSN 77-4650) w/o Jul 20, 1943 at Laguna Madre Sub Base, TX
592 (MSN 77-4651)
594 (MSN 77-4653)
595 (MSN 77-4654) w/o Dec 5, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
597 (MSN 77-4656) w/o Feb 9, 1942 at Haticha, NM
598 (MSN 77-4657) w/o Dec 6, 1943 at San Bernardino AAF, CA
600 (MSN 77-4659) w/o May 5, 1943 at Delmar, CA
601 (MSN 77-4660) w/op Aug 21, 141 at Luke AAF, AZ
603 (MSN 77-4662) w/o Aug 6, 1941 at Ajo, AZ
604 (MSN 77-4663) w/o Dec 16, 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL
608 (MSN 77-4667) w/o Jan 10, 1943 at Marianna, FL
609 (MSN 77-4668) w/o Nov 19, 1941 at Eglin Field, FL
610 (MSN 77-4669) w/o Aug 30, 1941 at Mobile, AL
615 (MSN 77-4674)
616 (MSN 77-4675) w/o Jan 21, 1943 at Las Vegas, NV
617 (MSN 77-4676) w/o Feb 67, 1942 at Merced, CA
618 (MSN 77-4677) wfu, to Argentine Navy as 0194 in Jan 1947.  WFU in 1960.
619 (MSN 77-4678) w/o Jun 4, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
620 (MSN 77-4679)
622 (MSN 77-4681) w/o Feb 12, 1944 at Williams Field, AZ
623 (MSN 77-4682)
624 (MSN 77-4693)
629 (MSN 77-4698) w/o Nov 23, 1942 at War Eagle Field, CA, repaired. to South African AF as 7661
630 (MSN 77-4699)
631 (MSN 77-4700) w/o Mar 11, 1944 at Craig Field, AL
634 (MSN 77-4703) wfu, to NC65785, to Chilean AF as 296, w/o Sep 24, 1959.
635 (MSN 77-4704) w/o Aug 25, 1941 at Luck Field, AZ
636 (MSN 77-4705) w/o Jul 23, 1942 at Salome, AZ
637 (MSN 77-4706)
639 (MSN 77-4708)
641 (MSN 77-4710) W/o Mar 29, 1943 at Yuma, AZ; repaired (?); to Argentine Navy as 0345 in 1949
643 (MSN 77-4712)
645 (MSN 77-4714)
651 (MSN 77-4720) w/o Aug 12, 1o942 at Chautemoc, Mexico
652 (MSN 77-4721) w/o May 1, 1944 at Picacho Reservoir, AZ
653 (MSN 77-4722) to Royal Thai AF as F8-14/91
654/665 (MSN 77-4733/4744)
654 (MSN 77-4733) w/o Feb 9, 942 at Hermanas, NM, repaired.  To Israel AF as 1108 and noted on 
Hatzerim AB dump in May 2006
655 (MSN 77-4734) w/o Jul 3, 1942 at Paulden, AZ
656 (MSN 77-4735) wfu, to Argentine Navy as 0357 in 1950.
657 (MSN 77-4736)
658 (MSN 77-4737) W/o May 18, 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Dale Mabry Field, FL 
659 (MSN 77-4738) w/o Dec 27, 1941 at Craig Field, AL
660 (MSN 77-4739) w/o Apr 22, 1941 at Lumberton, MS
661 (MSN 77-4740)  w/o May 19, 1943 at Atmore, AL
662 (MSN 77-4741) w/o Jun 26, 1942 at 3 mi SW of Beatrice, AL
664 (MSN 77-4743) noted in 1974 in a barn somewhere in Arizona	
665 (MSN 77-4744) to Royal Thai AF as F8-16/91	
41-666 ... 41-785
North American AT-6A-NT Texan
The following MSNs are from Hagedorn.  Another reference has MSNs being 78-4625/4744.  
Andrade lists 776/785 as being MSN 78-6072/6081.
666/735 (MSN 78-5932/6001)
666 (MSN 78-5932) w/o Jul 11, 1944 at Maudlin's Aux Airport, TX
668 (MSN 78-5934)
669 (MSN 78-5935) w/o Mar 17, 1943 at Brooks Field, TX
670 (MSN 78-5936) w/o Oct 22, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
672 (MSN 78-5938) w/o Sep 16, 1941 at Kelly Field Aux #2, TX
674 (MSN 78-5940) w/o May 27, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX
677 (MSN 78-5943) W/o Jul 10, 1945 at Lincoln AAF, NE; repaired (?); wfu; to Peru AF as 390 in Jul 1946
681 (MSN 78-5947) w/o May 27,1941 at Kelly Field, TX
682 (MSN 78-5948)
683 (MSN 78-5949) w/o Nov q4, 1942 in Texas (?)
686 (MSN 78-5952) w/o Mar 6, 1945 at Pecos, TX
687 (MSN 78-5953) w/o Jun 7, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX 
691 (MSN 78-5957) 
694 (MSN 78-5960) w/o Oct 7, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
695 (MSN 78-5961)
697 (MSN 78-5963) w/o Aug 1, 1942 at Austwell, TX
698 (MSN 78-5964) w/o Apr 23, 1942 at Moore Field, TX
699 (MSN 78-5965)
704 (MSN 78-5970) w/o May 13, 1943 at Harlingen AAF, TX
706 (MSN 78-5972) w/o Aug 11, 1941 at Boerne, TX
708 (MSN 78-5974) w/o Nov 11, 1945 at Lincoln, NE
709 (MSN 78-5975)
710 (MSN 78-5976)
714 (MSN 78-5980)
718 (MSN 78-5984) w/o Mar 24, 1942 at Foster Field, TX
719 (MSN 78-5985)
720 (MSN 78-5986) w/o Oct 13, 1942 at Galveston Island, TX
725 (MSN 78-5991) w/o Nov 5, 1944 at Trout Lake, Canada
726 (MSN 78-5992) w/o Mar 29, 1944 at Laredo, TX
727 (MSN 78-5993) w/o Jun 17, 1942 at Yoakum, TX
728 (MSN 78-5994) w/o Feb 7, 1943 at Red Bluff AAAF, TX
731 (MSN 78-5997) w/o Jun 14, 1944 at Napier Field, AL
732 (MSN 78-5998) w/o Apr 22, 1943 at Eglin Field, FL
733 (MSN 78-5999) w/o Jun 17, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
735 (MSN 78-6001) w/o Oct 22, 1943 at Brookhaven, TX
736/755 (MSN 78-6012/6031)
737 (MSN 78-6013)
745 (MSN 78-6021) with 380th SS crashed after midair collision with AT-6A 41-750 at Tyler, AL Feb 5, 1942.
747 (MSN 78-6023) wfu, to Peruvian AF as 388 in Jul 1946.
750 (MSN 78-6026) (380th SS) crashed after midair collision with AT-6A 41-745 at Tyler, AL Feb 5, 1942.
Must have been repaired since w/o Jul 2, 1943 at Buckingham AAF, FL
751 (MSN 78-6027) w/o Apr 6, 1943 at Pleasant Hill, AL
754 (MSN 78-6030) w/o Jun 12, 1943 at Craig Field, AL
755 (MSN 78-6031) w/o Jan 20, 1942 at Craig Field, AL
756/775 (MSN 78-6042/6061)
756 (MSN 78-6042) w/o Feb 3, 1942 at Rehoboth, AL
759 (MSN 78-6045)
761 (MSN 78-6047) w/o Feb 28, 1943 at Cuero, TX
762 (MSN 78-6048) w/o Oct 3, 1944 at Plantersville, AL
763 (MSN 78-6049) w/o Mayu 2, 1942 at Sequin, TX
764 (MSN 78-6050)
765 (MSN 78-6051) w/o Nov 2, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
766 (MSN 78-6052)
768 (MSN 78-6054) w/o Mar 23, 1943 at Tuskegee, AL
769 (MSN 78-6055) w/o Dec 26, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
770 (MSN 78-6056) registered NC66152.  To Swedish AF as 16281 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
772 (MSN 78-6058) w/o Apr 23, 1k942 at Shubuta, MS
774 (MSN 78-6060) w/o Jun 26, 1944 at Eglin Field AAAF #4, FL
775 (MSN 78-6061) w/o Nov 23, 1942 at Mendenhall, MS
776/785 (MSN 78-6072/6081
776 (MSN 78-6072) w/o May 1, 1944 at Eglin Field, FL
777 (MSN 78-6073) w/o Aug 8, 1944 at Napier Field, AL
778 (MSN 78-6074) w/o May 17, 1942 at Matagorda Gunnery Range, TX
780 (MSN 78-6076) w/o Jan 24, 1944 at Craig Field, Selma, AL
781 (MSN 78-6077) w/o Jan 5, 1943 at Ft Myers, FL
783 (MSN 78-6079)
784 (MSN 78-6080) Wfu; to NX63829; to Chile AF as 279 in Dec 1949; w/o Dec 14, 1949 at Tapachula, Mexico
41-786 ... 41-786
Northrop XP-56 Black Bullet
Model N2B.  First flowin Sep 30, 1943.  W/o Oct 8, 1943 at Muroc Field, CA during high-speed ground run.
41-787 ... 41-861
Stearman PT-13B-BW
MSN 75-847/75-921
790 (MSN 75-850) w/o Jun 13, 1944 at Dos Palos, CA
791 (MSN 75-851) w/o Jul 27, 1943 at Ontario, CA
793 (MSN 75-853) w/op Feb 90, 1943 at Puente AAAF, CA
799 (MSN 75-859) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Ontario, CA
800 (MSN 75-860) w/o Feb 28, 1942 at Oxnard Airport, CA
802 (MSN 75-862) to civil registry as N56561, then SE-BOF, reported sold Aug 2003 to owner in Ireland.
Now believed to be exported to Spain.
806 (MSN 75-866) w/o Jan 5, 1942 at Chino, CA
807 (MSN 75-867) w/o May 18, 1943 at Waller Franklin Field, CA
809 (MSN 75-869) w/o Nov 20, 1942 at Burns Field, OR
811 (MSN 75-871) w/o May 7, 1943 at Hancock Field, CA
812 (MSN 75-872) w/o Mar 13, 1943 at Hancock Field, CA
814 (MSN 75-874) to N55439, then N8043E, then N55439.  In South Africa as ZS-OVZ
815 (MSN 75-875) w/o Sep 8, 1941 at Carlstrom Field, FL
822 (MSN 75-882) w/o Feb 16, 1943 at Ontario, CA
826 (MSN 75-886) w/o Jun 28, 1944 at Eagle Field, CA
828 (MSN 75-888) registered as N56226
831 (MSN 75-891) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at 9 mi SE of Oxnard, CA
835 (MSN 75-895) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Ontario, CA; repaired (?); w/o Sep 22, 1943 at Mira Loma AAAF, CA
837 (MSN 75-897) w/o Sep 20, 1942 at Chino, CA
839 (MSN 75-899) to civil registry as N86600, then XB-GAJ, then
N86600 again.  Crashed near Alexander Field, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 
Aug 28, 2004.  One passenger killed.  Aircraft was sold and shipped to 
Germany and has been extensively restored.  Noted airworthy at Aachen, Germany in US Navy color scheme Aug 2010.
Based at airfield at Aachen-Merzbruck in Germany, still in USN colors.
842 (MSN 75-902) w/o Feb 23, 1945 at San Angelo AAF, TX
844 (MSN 75-904) w/o Dec 1, 1943 at Chino, CA
845 (MSN 75-905) to surplus Aug 21, 1945.  To civil registry as NC56059.  Worked
as crop duster until 2003.  Dusting equipment being removed and a front
cockpit is being installed.
850 (MSN 75-910) w/o Feb 17, 1943 at Oxnard AAAF #2, CA
851 (MSN 75-911) w/o Aug 17, 1943 at Saugus, CA
853 (MSN 75-913) converted to PT-13C for night and instrument flying. W/o Feb 28, 1943 at Ontario, CA
855 (MSN 75-915) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Ontario, CA
41-862 ... 41-1086
Stearman PT-17-BW
MSN 75-622/75-846
864 (MSN 75-624)	Lend-Lease to Bolivia
868 (MSN 75-628) w/o Aug 19, 1943 at Canton, MS
869 (MSN 75-629) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
874 (MSN 75-634) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at Canton, MS
876 (MSN 75-636) w/o Aug 2, 1943 at Augustine Field, MS
882 (MSN 75-642) w/o May 19, 1942 at Darr Aero Tech, GA
884 (MSN 75-644) w/o Feb 27, 1943 at Haley AAAF, GA
891 (MSN 75-651) w/o Jan 9, 1942 at Haldeman-Elder AAAF, FL
896 (MSN 75-656) w/o Mar 9, 1943 at New Albany Airport, GA
899 (MSN 75-659) w/o Oct 29, 1941 at Winter Haven AAAF, FL
900 (MSN 75-660) w/o Jan 22, 1942 at Lakeland, FL	
902 (MSN 75-662) w/o Feb 26, 1942 at Lakeland, FL
903 (MSN 75-663) w/o Apr 14, 1943 at Lakeland, FL
904 (MSN 75-664) to civil registry as N64712
905 (MSN 75-665) w/o Jan 3, 1944 at Lakeland, FL
906 (MSN 75-666) w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Lakeland, FL
907 (MSN 75-667) w/o Apr 1, 1941 at Winter Haven, FL
908 (MSN 75-668) w/o Jun 1, 1944 at Parker Lake, FL
910 (MSN 75-670) w/o Dec 14, 1943 at Lakeland, FL
911 (MSN 75-671) Became N52042, then N59GA, then VH-JBC; registered 
Mar 14, 2003 to Panama Jack's Vintage Aircraft Co of Jandarkot, Western Australia as VH-PJS.
914 (MSN 75-674) to private market Feb 15, 1946.  To civil registry as 
N63463, changed to N147KY in 1956.
918 (MSN 75-678) became N53411.  To user in Australia Sep 27, 2006 as VH-EYV
919 (MSN 75-679) w/o Jan 28, 1943 at Tulare, CA
923 (MSN 75-683) Lend-Lease to Bolivian AF as 05 in 1942
925 (MSN 75-685) w/o Aug 29, 1944 at Douglas, GA
926 (MSN 75-686) w/o Jun 16, 1944 at Stackhouse AAAF, Ga
930 (MSN 75-690) w/o Jun 2, 1941 at Phoenix, AZ
936 (MSN 75-696) got lost during training flight near Society
Hill, SC Nov 29, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
937 (MSN 75-697) w/o Jul 3, 1941 at Camden, SC
939 (MSN 75-699) w/o Sep 17, 1941 at Camden, SC
941 (MSN 75-701) w/o Jun 10, 1943 at Camden, SC
947 (MSN 75-707) w/o Sep 20, 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL
948 (MSN 75-708) w/o Jul 25, 1941 at Albany, GA
952 (MSN 75-712) w/o Dec 19, 1942 at Darr Aero Tech, GA
953 (MSN 75-713) w/o Oct 30, 1941 at Albany Field, GA
955 (MSN 75-715) w/o Jul 25, 1941 at Albany, GA
957 (MSN 75-717) to civil regiatry as N74189.
960 (MSN 75-720) w/o Jan 30, 1943 at Orangeburg, SC
961 (MSN 75-721) wfu, to N56786
963 (MSN 75-723) w/o May 18, 1943 at Tuscaloosa, AL
964 (MSN 75-724) w/o Dec 8, 1943 at Avon Park, FL
969 (MSN 75-729) to civil registry as N58219. Now at Pima Air and Space Museum
974 (MSN 75-734) w/o Jun 5, 1941 at Tuscaloosa, AL
976 (MSN 75-736) w/o Nov 25, 1941 at Camden, SC
977 (MSN 75-737) w/o Mar 4, 1943 at Camden, SC
982 (MSN 75-742) w/o Mar 4, 1943 at Camden, SC
983 (MSN 75-743) w/o Jan 19, 1942 6 mi E of Camden, SC
986 (MSN 75-746) w/o Jun 2, 1941 at Camden, SC
987 (MSN 75-747) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at Camden, SC
991 (MSN 75-751) w/o May 12, 1943 at Riddle Field, FL
1000 (MSN 75-760) w/o Aug 15, 1941 at Auxiliary Field, GA
1003 (MSN 75-763) flying in Hawaii as N55324
1009 (MSN 75-769) w/o Dec 20, 1943 at Americus, GA
1011 (MSN 75-771) w/o Aug 21, 1941 at Americus, GA
1013 (MSN 75-773) w/o Aug 23, 1943 at AAAF No 1, AZ
1021 (MSN 75-781) On Mar 5, 1942, while assigned to ACTD at Tulare, CA had an accident, ground loop on landing. 
Repaired, next Jul 02, 1943 while assigned to 17 AAFFTD at 29 Palms, CA again had a ground loop on landing at 
Condor Field. Once again May 18, 1942 with ACTD at Tulare, CA after being repaired it had a third ground loop 
while landing at the Aux Field, 9 mi NE, AFTD, Tulare, CA.
1022 (MSN 75-782) W/o Aug 26, 1943 at Wickenburg, AZ; repaied (?); wfu; to NC63111  
1023 (MSN 75-783) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ
1029 (MSN 75-789) later to civil registry as N450LR, N450SW, rereg as N450JW. 
W/o Jun 22, 2013 when it crashed during the Vectren Air Show at Dayton International Airport - KDAY, Dayton, 
Ohio. The aircraft was destroyed by impact and post impact fire. The pilot Charlie Schwenker and wing-walker 
Jane Wicker onboard the aircraft received fatal injuries.  
1024 (MSN 75-784) became N59455.  Sold to owner in Austria Feb 2008
1035 (MSN 75-795) w/o Feb 9, 1942 at Tulare, CA
1036 (MSN 75-796) noted as N49379 at March Field Air Museum Jan 2002.
1037 (MSN 75-797) w/o Mar 23, 1943 at Thunderbird Airport, AZ
1041 (MSN 75-801) w/o Jun 3, 1943 at Thunderbird Airport, AZ
1044 (MSN 75-804) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Congress Junction, AZ
1049 (MSN 75-809) w/o Jun 3, 1941 at Camden, SC
1050 (MSN 75-810) w/o Mar 21, 1942 at Camden, Sc
1054 (MSN 75-814) to N60185, modified with 450 hp engine, engine cowl, and headrest.  Flies in civil colors.
1061 (MSN 75-821) crashed on takeoff from Rankin Field, CA Jul 7, 1942
1066 (MSN 75-826) w/o May 18, 1942 at Echeverria Field, AZ
1068 (MSN 75-828) registered as N56805 and planned to be displayed in
a proposed Glendale Aircraft Museum at Glendale Apt, AZ
1069 (MSN 75-829) w/o Nov 5, 1943 at Echeverria Field, AZ
1070 (MSN 75-830) w/o Oct 9, 1943 at Echeverria Field, AZ
1073 (MSN 75-833) w/o Mar 7, 1944 at Glendale, AZ
1074 (MSN 75-834) w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ
1076 (MSN 75-836) w/o Aug 13, 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ
41-1087 ... 41-1142
Consolidated B-24D-CO Liberator
MSN 27/82
1087 to RAF as LV337 Mar 1942.  Sold as G-AHDY Jul 31, 1947.  Broken up at Prestwick Oct 1950.
1088 (30th BG, 21st BS) shot down by AAA over Kiska, Aleutians
Jun 11, 1942.  condemned Jun 25, 1942
1089 to reclamation at Reading AAF, PA Oct 2, 1945.
1090 condemned Jun 25, 1942.
1091 salvaged Jun 10, 1945
1092 (30th BG, 21st BS) skidded on slick runway on landing at
Adak, Aleutians Sep 30, 1942.  Converted and used as
control tower at Adak airfield.  w/o Jun 8, 1943. 
1093 to RAF as LV344 Mar 1942.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
1094 scrapped at Hill AAF, UT Sep 6, 1945.
1095 to reclamation at Tyndall AAF, FL Apr 9, 1946
1096 to RAF as LV339 Mar 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
1097 to RAF as LV341 Mar 1942.  Ditched off Ireland Aug 13, 1942 after engine failure.
1098 (TB-24D) scrapped at Albqueueque, NM May 21, 1945.
1099 (TB-24D) to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 3, 1945.
1100 (TB-24D) crashed due to engine failure near Ludlow, CA Dec 28, 1943.  4 killed.
1101 to RFC at Ontario, CA  May 28, 1945.
1102 to RFC at Bush Field, GA May 30, 1945.
1103 force landed and burned near Ellington AAF May 3, 1943.
1104 (28th BG, 404th BS, "Iggy") lost Nov 18, 1943 80 mi NE of
Adak, AK. MACR 3352
1105 w/o Aug 13, 1942
1106 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 2, 1945.
1107 to RAF as LV336 May 1942.  Damaged at Boscombe Down, UK Apr 16, 1942 after dummy
bomb broke free on landing.  SOC Nov 12, 1942.
1108 to RAF as LV346 May 1942.  Ditched on approach to Thorney Island, UK Jan 12, 1943 after
power loss.
1109 to RAF as FK215 May 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 5256M Jun 1945.
1110 to RAF as FK216 May 1942.  Crashed on takeoff at Dorval, Canada Apr 28, 1942 on
delivery flight.
1111 to RAF as LV343 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
1112 to RAF as FK218 May 1942.  Damaged beyond repair at Ringway, UK Mar 7, 1943 when
overshot runway during landing.
1113 (1013 PPT, 96 PTTG) involved in midair collision with B-24E 43-0903 5 mi NE of Fort Worth, Texas Sep 3, 1943. 
Surveyed at Fort Worth AAF, TX Sep 18, 1943
1114 to RAF as LV342 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Jun 2, 1947
1115 to RAF as FK217 May 1942.  Swung on takeoff at Boscombe Down, UK Sep 15, 1942 and
struck hangar.
1116 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 2, 1945.
1117 crashed near Barksdale AAF, LA May 18, 1942.  Crew killed.
1118 surveyed at Ft Worth AAF, Tx.
1119 to RAF May 1942 but crashed at sea en route to UK, no RAF serial allocated.
1120 to RAF as FK224 May 1942.  Overshot landing at Cluntoe Jul 5, 1944 and ran into ditch.
1121 to RAF as FK219 May 1942.  SOC Jul 6, 1945.
1122 to RAF as LV340 Apr 1942.  Flew into mountain during bad weather, County 
Antrim, Northern Ireland Aug 21, 1942.
1123 to RFC at Altus, OK Aug 22, 1945
1124 to RAF as LV345 Apr 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 4816M Mar 1944.
1125 to RFC at Altus, OK Jul 30, 1945
1126 to RAF as FK220 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
1127 to RAF as LV338 May 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 4817M Jun 14, 1944.
1128 allocated to RAF, but crashed enroute to modification center.  No RAF
serial allocated.  To CL-26 at Herbert-Smart Airport, Macon, GA Mar 28, 1942
1129 to RAF as FK221 May 1942.  Damaged beyond repair at Prestwick, Scotland
Mar 25, 1945 when landed with undercarriage jammed partly down.
1130 to RFC at Stillwater, OK Aug 13, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
1131 wrecked in landing accident at Ft Myers AAF, FL Jul 4, 1942 and DBR
1132 wrecked at Smyrna AAF, TN in takeoff accident Mar 17, 1943 and DBR
1133 crashed on Trail Peak, Cimmaron NM, site of Philmont Scout 
Ranch May 22, 1942.
1134 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Nov 13, 1945
1135 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Nov 13, 1945
1136 (TB-24D) to RFC at Albuquerque NM Jul 2, 1945
1137 wrecked at Wendover AAF, UT Sep 18, 1942
1138 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Sep 6, 1945
1139 force-landed at Gaarnett, KS Dec 12, 1942.  Condemned Jan 12, 1943
1140 to CL-26 at 4134th Base Depot, Spokane, WA Apr 28, 1944
1141 wrecked May 23, 1942 in landing accident at Ft Myer, repaired.
Wrecked May 27, 1942 when overshot landing at Ft Myer, FL, repaired.
(TB-24D) to DPC at Bush Field, Agusta, GA Jul 18, 1945
1142 (TB-24D) to reclamation at Homestead AAF, FL Feb 9, 1945
41-1143 ... 41-1204
Beech AT-7
1143 (MSN 435) (3504 AAFBU) damaged in landing accident at Lake Charles AAF, LA
May 23, 1945
1144 (MSN 436) to civil registry as N6414C in 1956.
1147 (MSN 439) w/o May 16, 1941 at Carbon Hill, OH
1148 (MSN 440) w/o Nov 14, 1943 at San Marcos, TX
1150 (MSN 442) (2517 AAFBU) crashed on takeoff at Ellngton Field, TX
Jun 4, 1945.  Transferred to US Navy as SNB-2 BuNo 67170
1151 (MSN 443) w/o Dec 26, 1942 at Selman Field, LA
1153 (MSN 445) to civil registry as N6780C
1154 (MSN 446) w/o Sep 29, 1942 at Atlanta Airport, GA
1155 (MSN 447) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10814 in 1954.
1156 (MSN 448) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11506
1157 (MSN 449) (2584 AFRTC) force landed in bad weather at Memphis MAP, TN Jan 13, 1950.
1159 (MSN 451) W/o 20 Aug 1943 at Vicksburg, MS; repaired; wfu.  To civil registry as N75528, N11V, N7989A
1160 (MSN 452) to US Navy as SNB-2 67101.
1161 (MSN 453) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
1162 (MSN 454) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11615 in 1952.
1163 (MSN 455) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
1164 (MSN 456) to US Navy Feb 7, 1946 as SNB-2 67305.
1165 (MSN 457) W/o 24 Dec 1942 at Bowman Field, KY; repaired; redes as T-7 on 11 Jun 1948;
remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11616 in 1952.
1166 (MSN 458) to RFC at Smyrna, TN Nov 30, 1945.  To civil registry as NC63848, F-OGAV
1167 (MSN 459) W/o 4 Feb 1943 at Marshall, TX; repaired; redes as T-7 on 11 Jun 1948.
remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10632 in 1953
1168 (MSN 460) (2236 AFRTC) ground looped on landing at Bowling Green Apt, KY Sep 5, 1950.  Remanufactured
by Beech as C-45H 52-10806 in 1954.
1169 (MSN 461) to reclamation at Chanute Field, IL Aug 31, 1949
1170 (MSN 462) w/o May 25, 1943 at Fontana, CA.  Surveyed at Mather AAF, CA Aug 16, 1943
1171 (MSN 463) to US Navy as SNB-2 67110 Jan 8, 1948
1172 (MSN 464) W/o 4 Jun 1942 at Kelly Field, TX; repaired; redes as T-7A on 11 Jun 1948.
remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11469 in 1952.
1173 (MSN 465) to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 10, 1946.  To N540, N75287
1174 (MSN 466) surveyed at Santa Rosa AAF, CA Dec 20, 1944
1175 (MSN 467) to RFC at Selman Field, LA May 6, 1945.  To civil registry as NC57776.
Noted autumn 2003 in Selfridge Military Air Museum, MI painted as SNB-5 BuNo 51108
1176 (MSN 468) wrecked at Ellington Field, TX Jan 10, 1942
1177 (MSN 469) W/o 18  Dec 1941 at Ellington Field, TX; repaired; redes as T-7 n 11 Jun 1948.
Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10816 in 1954.
1178 (MSN 470) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11617 in 1952.
1179 (MSN 471) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
1180 (MSN 472) wrecked Nov 1941 at McClellan Field, CA and to Class 26 instructional airframe.
To RFC at Augustine Field, MS Mar 10, 1945
1181 (MSN 473) to civil registry as N6418C in 1956.  Stripped hulk stored in salvage yard, Owasso, Oklahoma in 2000
1182 (MSN 474) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
1183 (MSN 475) surveyed at San Marcos Feb 7, 1944
1184 (MSN 476) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
1186 (MSN 478) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11618 in 1952.
1187 (MSN 479) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
1188 (MSN 480) delivered Jun 21, 1941.  To RFC at North Grafton, MA Aug 9, 1945.
To Chas H. Babb Co of New York 1946 as NC51830.  To OO-APO Mar 11, 1948, cancelled Sep 8, 1951.
To N94535, N713A, N9323H
1189 (c/m 481) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11619 in 1952.
1190 (MSN 482) surveyed at San Marcos AAF, TX Dec 21, 1943
1191 (MSN 483) to reclamation at Wichita, KS Feb 25, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11448 in 1952.
1192 (MSN 484) (4141 AAFBU) damaged in taxiing accident at Morris Field, NC
Sep 2, 1946.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11620 in 1952.
1193 (2132 AAFBU) force landed 4.5 mi S of Streator, IL Apr 26, 1945.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11842
in 1953.
1194 to US Navy as SNB-2 67171 Jan 9, 1946
1195 (MSN 487) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11622 in 1952.
1196 (2596 AFRTC) damaged in landing accident at Hensley Field, TX
Nov 16, 1950
1197 to US Navy as SNB-2 67172 Jan 9, 1946
1198 wrecked at Vaughn, NM Oct 28, 1942 and DBR
1199 (MSN 491) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10619 in 1953
1200 to reclamation at McClellan AFB, CA Feb 7, 1948
1201 (MSN 493) to RFC at Augusta, ME Jul 9, 1946.  Sold Sep 18, 1946
as NC9537H.  To PP-APB.  Sold to owner in Brazil as PT-AQP Jul 6, 1954.
Reregistered PP-APB around 1958 and again (by Jan 1968)
PT-BBJ.  W/o at Santo Antonio, Brazil May 29, 1969.
1203 (MSN 495) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11623 in 1952.
1204 (MSN 496) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11840 in 1953.
41-1210 ... 41-1210
Vultee XP-54 Swoose Goose
1210 to CL-26 at San Barnardino AAF, CA Feb 7, 1944.
The second XP-54 had the number 41-1211 painted on its tail in error.  It was
actually 42-108994.
41-1211 ... 41-1710
Vultee BT-13A Valiant
Model 54
200 of these became SNV-1
1214 lost control 5 mi N of Elmo, TX Sep 17, 1942 and pilot bailed out.
1215 struck beacon 6 mi NW of Walley Springs, TX Oct 10, 1942.  Pilot killed
1216 w/o Jan 29, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1217 w/o May 20, 1943 at Garden City AAAF #3, KS
1220 crashed 6 mi NW of Valley Springs, TX Oct 10, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Repaired.  w/o Feb 23, 1943 at Florence, SC
1221 crashed 4 mi E of Steadman, SC Jun 30, 1941.  2 killed
1224 diverted to China Dec 9, 1945
1226 w/o Dec 5, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
1228 crashed and burned at Cochran Field, Oct 31, 1942
1229 w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Harris Field, GA
1230 w/o Oct 29, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
1236 w/o Feb 28, 1942 at Brady, TX
1238 w/o Jul 15, 1941 at Curtis Field, TX
1242 wrecked 5 mi W of Moffett Field, CA Jan 3, 1942.
1244 to US Navy 
1245 landed in river bed and burned near Ft. Sumner, NBM Jan 7, 1943
1246 to US Navy
1247 to US Navy
1248 to US Navy
1249 spun in while landing near Lemoore AAF, CA Mar 4, 1942
1251 (MSN 74-1359) to CAA as NC273
1252 (MSN 74-1360) w/o Nov 10, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1254 (MSN 74-1362) w/o Feb 26, 1943 at Mun Apt, Garden City, KS
1256 (MSN 74-1364) W/o 21 Jul 1942 at Oates AAAF, TX; repaired (?); w/o 9 Jun 1944 at Gates AAAF, TX 
1257 (MSN 74-1365) w/o Dec 11, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1259 (MSN 74-1367) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Lane AAAF, TX
1261 to US Navy
1262 to US Navy
1264/1269 to US Navy
1271 (MSN 74-1379) w/o Mar 2, 1944 at Eastman, GA
1274 (MSN 74-1382) w/o Apr 16, 1944 at Bush Field, GA 	
1275 crashed 5 mi W of Cochran Field Jul 15, 1941.  Pilot killed
1276 (MSN 74-1384) w/o Mar 3, 19044 at Tribbett, MS
1277 (MSN 74-1385) w/o Feb 25, 1944 at Greenwood, MS
1278 in midair near Cochran Field, GA Mar 28, 1942.  Pilot killed
1279 (MSN 74-1387) w/o May 16, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1283 (MSN 74-1391) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Oates AAAF, TX
1285 (MSN 74-1393) w/o Jun 3,1943 at Lane AAAF, TX
1286 (MSN 74-1394) w/o May 29, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1291 (MSN 74-1399) w/o Jul 26, 1943 at Marana, AZ
1298 (MSN 74-1406) w/o Jan 26, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
1300 crashed after spin 3 mi SW of Shafter, CA Oct 16, 1941.  2 killed
1302 (MSN 74-1410) w/o Apr 6, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1305 (MSN 74-1413) w/o Oct 20, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
1306 (MSN 74-1414) to N54865.  Modified to appear as Japanese Aichi D3A2 Val for 1970 movie "Tora, Tora, Tora".  
Currently at March Field Museum, CA.
1308 diverted to China Aug 1, 1945
1310 w/o Jul 1, 1944 at Cochran Field, Macon, GA
1314 w/o. Feb 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
1317 w/o Feb 16, 1943 at Gardner Field, CA
1324 w/o Feb 10, 1944 at Davenport Field, TX
1326 w/o Aug 8, 1942 at Ft McKavett, TX
1336 w/o Jul 16, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
1337 w/o Apr 7, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
1338 w/o Dec 27, 1943 at Minter Field, CA
1340 w/o Jan 15, 1942at ACBFS, Bakersfield, CA
1341 w/o Jul 7, 1942 at Harris Field, Fort Valley, GA
1342 w/o Feb 5, 1o42at Anderson, SC
1343 w/o Aug 30 1943 4 mi NE of Harris Field
1345 crashed at Cochran Field, GA Mar 30, 1942
1349 w/o Dec 24, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1351 w/o Mar 23, 1943 at Clifton, TN
1354 w/o Dec 17, 1943 at Delaplaine, AR
1356 w/o Oct 20, 1943 at Bainbridge AAF, GA
1361 in midair near Gardner Field, CA Feb 2, 1942
1362 crashed at Realto Aug Field, CA Nov 16, 1942.
1363 w/o Dec 28, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
1365 dove in near Rosedale Highway CA Apr 23, 1942.  Pilot killed
1366 in midair near Shafter, CA Jun 18, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
1371 w/o Sep 26, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
1373 stalled on takeoff at Cochran Field Feb 26, 1942
1376 w/o Nov 12, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
1377 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
1378 w/o May 2, 1944 at Byron AAAF, GA
1383 crashed in takeoff accident at Salome CAA Airfield, AL Dec 22, 1943
1386 w/o Jul 5, 1943 at Pecos, TX
1387 hit high tension wires 11 mi W of Wasco, CA Jul 24, 1941.  2 killed.
1394 w/o Nov 14, 1941 at Goodfellow, TX
1395 crashed in mountaines near Marana, AZ Jul 4, 1943.
1396 w/o Aug 4, 1942 at Westbrook, TX
1404 w/o Sep 29, 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ
1407 w/o Sep 20, 1941 at Reno, NV
1409 w/o Jan 19, 1943 at Shafter, CA
1411 w/o Oct 18, 1943 at Shafter, CA
1412 w/o Apr 11, 1942 at Tarversville, GA
1413 w/o May 18, 1944 at Newport, AR
1414 (MSN 74-1524) w/o Apr 21, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA, repaired.  Preserved at March AFB Museum.  
Was one of the Aichi D3A conversions for film work.
1415 (MSN 74-1525) w/o May 12, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1416 (MSN 74-1526) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Bush Field, GA
1417 (MSN 74-1527) wrecked at Anderson, SC Nov 18, 1941.
1418 (MSN 74-1528) crashed at Cochran Field, GA Dec 26, 1941
1420 (MSN 74-1530) w/o Jun 13, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
1421 (MSN 74-1531) w/o Feb 31, 1942 at CAA Int Field, Jasper, FL
1422 (MSN 74-1532) w/o May 26, 1942 at Cochran field, GA
1423 (MSN 74-1533) salvaged Jun 23, 1945
1424 (MSN 74-1534) w/o May 7, 1943 at Warner Robins AAF, GA
1425 (MSN 74-1535) force landed at Cochran Field Dec 15, 1942.
1426 (MSN 74-1536) w/o Oct 5, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1428 (MSN 74-1538) w/o Jan 17, 1942 at Camp Stewart, GA
1429 (MSN 74-1539) spun in at Cochran Field, GA Jan 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.  
1430 (MSN 74-1540) w/o Sep 9, 1943 at Valley, GA
1431 (MSN 74-1541) w/o Nov 29, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
1432 (MSN 74-1542) w/o Jun 18, 1942 at Shafter, CA
1434 (MSN 74-1544) w/o Aug 18, 1944 at Independence, CA
1435 (MSN 74-1545) spun and crashed Aug 8, 1941 7 mi N of Lost Hills, CA
1453 (MSN 74-1563) w/o Sep 5, 1941 at Bakersfield, TX
1454 (MSN 74-1564) w/o Nov 23, 1943 at Wingate, TX
1456 (MSN 74-1566) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Robbins AAAF, TX
1461 (MSN 74-1571) w/o Feb 3, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1462 (MSN 74-1572) crashed on takeoff from Cochran Field, GA Feb 22, 1943.  Pilot killed
1464 (MSN 74-1574) w/o Jan 13, 1943 at Yawn Field, GA
1465 (MSN 74-1575) w/o Nov 24, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1467 (MSN 74-1577) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Gruger AAAF, MS
1468 (MSN 74-1578) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Yawn AAAF, GA
1470 (MSN 74-1580) w/o Jan 6, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1474 (MSN 74-1584) w/o Jan 10, 1944 at Bush Field, GA
1475 (MSN 74-1585) w/o May 17, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
1479 (MSN 74-1589) spun in while landing at Gardner Field, CA Feb 11, 1942.  Pilot killed
1480 (MSN 74-1590) w/o Oct 27, 1942 at Deadman Lake, CA
1481 (MSN 74-1591) in takeoff accident 8 mi SE of Gardner Field, CA Mar 2, 1943
1482 (MSN 74-1592) w/o May 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
1486 (MSN 74-1596) hit top of mountain near Gardner Field, CA Sep 1, 1942.  Pilot killed
1488 (MSN 74-1598) rudder failed and crashed Gardner Field, CA Sep 10, 1942
1503 (MSN 74-1613) w/o May 11, 1944 at Semi-Tropic AAAF, CA
1505 (MSN 74-1615) crashed S of Cummings Mt. CA Mar 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
1507 (MSN 74-1617) w/o Mar 18, 1942 at Rosemond, CA
1508 (MSN 74-1618) crashed NE of Quail Lake, CA Mar 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
1510 (MSN 74-1620) w/o Mar 18, 1942 at Oak Creek, 8 mi SW of Tehachapi, CA
1512 (MSN 74-1622) w/o Nov 16, 19042 at Marana BFS, AZ
1515 (MSN 74-1625) crashed 35 mi E of Porterville, CA Mar 26, 1942
1516 (MSN 74-1626) w/o Feb 12, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1519 (MSN 74-1629) crashed 3.5 mi SE of Goodfellow Field, TX Mar 26,1942
1521 (MSN 74-1631) w/o Apr 15, 1944 at Perrin Field, TX
1524 (MSN 74-1634) w/o May 30, 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS
1525 (MSN 74-1635) crashed 3 mi SW of Soughmaged, TX Mar 21, 1943.  Pilot killed
1526 (MSN 74-1636) w/o Jan 1, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1527 (MSN 74-1637) w/o Jun 8, 1944 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1533 (MSN 74-1643) w/o Nov 6, 1943 at Cruger AAAF, MS
1534 (MSN 74-1644) w/o Dec 30, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
1535 (MSN 74-1645) w/o Dec 14, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA
1536 (MSN 74-1646) w/o Jun 29, 1943 at Bush Field, GA
1538 (MSN 74-1648) w/o May 11, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA
1540 (MSN 74-1650) w/o Jul 17, 1942 at Harris Field, GA
1541 (MSN 74-1651) spun in at Ft Valley, GA Jun 3, 1942.  Pilot killed
1542 (MSN 74-1652) w/o Jan 26, 1942 at Cochrqn Field, GA
1543 (MSN 74-1653) w/o Jul 4, 1943 at Reynold, GA
1544 (MSN 74-1654) w/o May 15, 1944 at Harris AAAF, GA
1552 (MSN 74-1662) w/o Jun 19, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
1554 (MSN 74-1664) w/o Mar 28, 1943 at Mojave AB, CA
1557 (MSN 74-1667) w/o Jul 17, 1942 at Hollyuwood-by-the-Sea, CA
1559 (MSN 74-1669) w/o Jul 13, 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ
1561 (MSN 74-1671) w/o May 17, 1945 at Palo Pinto, TX
1565 (MSN 74-1675) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
1570 (MSN 74-1680) w/o Mar 19, 1943 at Honey Grove, TX
1571 (MSN 74-1681) w/o Dec 11, 1941 at Bakersfield, CA
1575 (MSN 74-1685) w/o Oct 24, 1943 at Semi Tropic AAAF, CA
1578 (MSN 74-1688) w/o Feb 12, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
1580	(MSN 74-1690) Lend-Lease to Mexico
1583 (MSN 74-1693) to CAA as NC267
1586 (MSN 74-1696) in midair 30 mi W of Winslow, AZ Mar 28,1943.  2 killed
1589 (MSN 74-1699) w/o Jun 18, 1944 at Ashland, KY
1592 (MSN 74-1702) w/o May 30, 1943 at Oakland, CA
1596 (MSN 74-1706) w/o May 14, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
1598 (MSN 74-1708) w/o Jan 20, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
1599 (MSN 74-1709) w/o. Mar 20, 1942 at Gardner Field, CA
1601 (MSN 74-1711) wrecked in landing accident Gardner Field, CA Oct 28, 1942
1602 (MSN 74-1712) in midair 30 mi W of Winslow, AZ Mar 28, 1943.  1 killed
1603 (MSN 74-1713) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Gardner Field, GA
1604 (MSN 74-1714) 2/o Jan 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
1606 (MSN 74-1716) w/o Jun 10, 1944 at Gardner Field, Taft, CA
1608 (MSN 74-1718) w/o Jun 10, 1944 at Gardner Field, Taft, CA
1610 (MSN 74-1720) in landing accident at Gardner Field, CA Jan 23,1943.  2 killed
1621 (MSN 74-1731) w/o Apr 9, 1944 at Cruger AAAF, MS
1623 (MSN 74-1733) w/o Aug 14, 1944 at Perry, GA
1626 (MSN 74-1736) w/o Jec 24, 1944 at Morris Field, NC
1627 (MSN 74-1737) W/o 2 Jun 1942 at Harris AAAF, GA; repaired (?); w/o 26 Apr 1943 at Lee Pope, GA 
1630 (MSN 74-1740) w/o Jan 30, 1942 at Brunswick, GA
1632 (MSN 74-1742) w/o Jan 2, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL
1635 (MSN 74-1745) w/o Jun 17, 1943 at Shaw Field, SC
1639 (MSN 74-1749) w/o Jan 24, 1944 at Shaw Field, SC
1640 (MSN 74-1750) w/o Mar 29, 1943 at Shaw Field, SC
1641 (MSN 74-1751) w/o Oct 6, 1942 at Macon, GA
1642 (MSN 74-1752) w/o Aug 24, 1943 at Unadilla, GA
1645 (MSN 74-1755) w/o Nov 8, 1943 at Cocharan Field, GA
1648 (MSN 74-1758) w/o Jul 14, 1942 at Harris field, GA
1650 (MSN 74-1760) w/o Oct 6, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
1652 (MSN 74-1762) crashed in low-altitude spin 8 mi S of Gunter Field, GA Jan 2, 1942.  2 killed
1653 (MSN 74-1763) wrecked at Miami, OK Nov 13, 1941
1661 (MSN 74-1771) wrecked at Bakersfield, CA Dec 19, 1941
1665 (MSN 74-1775) w/o May 8, 1944 at Picacho AAAF, AZ
1668	(MSN 74-1778) Lend-Lease to Mexico
1669 (MSN 74-1779) w/o Sep 15, 1943 at Minter Field, CA
1675 (MSN 74-1785) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Newport, AR
1676 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, but this is not the sctual serial number.  This is supposedly
BuNo 03022, which was previously 41-10886.
1681 (MSN 74-1791) w/o May 31, 1943 at Toyah AAAF, TX
1686 (MSn 74-1796) crashed 1/2 mi NE of Lasanimas Aux Field, CO Apr 7, 1941.  Pilot killed
1688 (MSN 74-1798) w/o Feb 19, 1944 at Marana AAF, Marana, AZ
1692 (MSN 74-1802) w/o Sep 17, 1943 at East Auxiliary Field, KS
1696 (MSN 74-1806) in midair collision with 41-1671 Chanute, KA Aug 31, 1942.  2 killed in each plane.
1699 (MSN 74-1809) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Strother AAF, KS
1700 (MSN 74-1810) w/o Jun 23, 1944 at Moore AAAF, Curtis Field, Brady, TX
1702 (MSN 74-1812) w/o May 17, 1943 at Gardner Field, CA
1708 (MSN 74-1818) crashed during aerobatics 12 mi NE of Gardner Field, CA May 5, 1943.  Pilot killed.
1710 (MSN 74-1820) to CAA as NC268
41-1711 ... 41-1860
Beechcraft AT-10-BH
MSN 522/671
1712 (MSN 523) w/o Aug 17, 1944 at Shelby, NC
1719 (MSN 530) w/o Sep 26, 1944 at Blackland AAF, Waco, TX
1721 (MSN 532) w/o Jun 22, 1943 at Adel, GA
1722 (MSN 533) w/o Jan 21, 1943 at Huntsville, TX
1723 (MSN 534) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
1724 (MSN 535) w/o Jun 5, 1943 at Cibolo, TX
1725 (MSN 536) w/o Aug 3, 1943 at Cochise AAAF, AZ
1726 (MSN 537) w/o May 6, 1944 at Ellington Field, TX
1730 (MSN 541) w/o Jul 8, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
1734 (MSN 545) w/o May 15, 1944 at North Vernon, IN
1735 (MSN 546) w/o Jun 11, 1943 at Blackland AAF, TX
1736 (MSN 547) w/o Jul 1, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
1737 (MSN 548) w/o Oct 5, 1944 at Blackland AAF, TX
1739 (MSN 550) w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
1740 (MSN 551) w/o Jun 16, 1942 at Rittenhouse AAAF, AZ
1742 (MSN 553) w/o Jul 31, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
1743 (MSN 554) w/o Sep 28, 1943 at Leagu Davis AAAF, TX
1744 (MSN 555) w/o May 22, 1943 at George Field, IL
1748 (MSN 559) w/o May 19, 1943 at Mt Enterprise, TX
1749 (MSN 560) w/o Sep 10, 1943 at Navasota Intermediate Airport, TX
1751 (MSN 562) w/o Mar 16, 1944 at Moody Field, GA
1753 (MSN 564) w/o Apr 30, 1944 at Madisonville, TX
1754 (MSN 565) w/o Jul 21, 1942 at Chandler Field, AZ
1756 (MSN 567) w/o Jul 18, 1942 at Magna, AZ
1757 (MSN 568) w/o Oct 26, 1942 at Moody Field, GA
1763 (MSN 574) w/o Jun 1, 1943 at League Davis AAAF, TX
1764 (MSN 575) w/o Apr 24, 1943 at La Junta, CO
1765 (MSN 576) w/o Oct 7, 1943 at Maxwell Field, AL
1766 (MSN 577) w/o Apr 7, 19044 at Moody Field, GA
1773 (MSN 584) w/o Apr 10, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
1776 (MSN 587) w/o Feb 24, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
1781 (MSN 592) w/o Aug 17, 1944 at Camp Wallace, TX
1782 (MSN 593) w/o Oct 15, 1943 at Salem, AR
1786 (MSN 597) w/o May 8, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
1787 (MSN 598) w/o Oct 26, 1943 at Columbus AAF, MS
1788 (MSN 599) w/o Jun 25, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
1790 (MSN 601) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Thompson, TX
1791 (MSN 602) w/o Jul 14, 1942 at Roswell Muni Airport, NM
1792 (MSN 603) w/o Apr 19, 1943 at South Preston Field, TX
1793 (MSN 604) w/o May 6, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
1795 (MSN 606) w/o Dec 3, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
1797 (MSN 608) w/o Jul 16, 1942 at Roswell AFS, NM
1799 (MSN 610) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Thompson, TX
1803 (MSN 614) w/o Oct 29, 1942 at New River AAAF, GA
1804 (MSN 615) w/o Aug 6, 1943 at Scott Field, IL
1805 (MSN 616) w/o Jun 7, 1944 at Shaw Field, Sumter, SC
1807 (MSN 618) w/o Oct 12, 19o43 at Valdosta Mun Arpt
1808 (MSN 619) surveyed Feb 14, 1944
1809 (MSN 620) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Nov 18, 1944
1810 (MSN 621) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Feb 3, 1945
1811 (MSN 622) to RFC at Cuero, TX Ap 11, 1945
1812 (MSN 623) to RFC at Cuero, TX Mar 22, 1945
1813 (MSN 624) to RFC to Couro, TX Feb 27, 1945
1814 (MSN 625) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field Nov 8, 1944
1815 (MSN 626) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
1816 (MSN 627) to RFC at Cuero, TX Nov 6, 1944
1817 (MSN 628) to RFC at Woodward Field, OK Oct 4, 1945
1818 (MSN 629) wrecked in takeoff accident at George Field, IL Sep 24, 1943
1819 (MSN 630) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 4, 1945.
1820 (MSN 631) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 21, 1944
1821 (MSN 632) w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Yoakum, TX.  Condemned Sep 19, 1942
1822 (MSN 633) w/o Jul 8, 1944 at Grammer AAAF, IN.  to CL-26
1823 (MSN 634) w/o Apr 21, 1944 at George Field, IL.  to CL-26
1824 (MSN 635) to RFC at West Helena, AK Nov 7, 1944
1825 (MSN 636) to RFC at Woodward Field Nov 18, 1944
1826 (MSN 637) to RFC at Bruce Field, Apr 16, 1945
1827 (MSN 638) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Nov 7, 1944
1828 (MSN 639) wrecked at Biggs Field Mar 28, 1943
1829 (MSN 640) w/o Aug 11, 1942 at Roswell, NM.  Condemned Aug 31, 1942
1830 (MSN 641) to RFC at Vernon, TX Jan 12, 1945
1831 (MSN 642) to RFC at Vernon, TX Jan 8, 1945
1832 (MSN 643) wrecked 3 mi N of Lake Park, GA Dec 29, 1942
1833 (MSN 644) w/o Sep 8, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX, Repaired.  Wrecked at Moody Field Dec 28, 1942
1834 (MSN 645) w/o Mar 7 1944 at George Field, IL.  Surveyed Mar 8, 1944
1835 (MSN 646) to RFC at Ballinger, TX May 15, 1945
1836 (MSN 647) to RFC at Cuero, TX Feb 27, 1945
1837 (MSN 648) w/o Apr 30, 1943, condemned Apr 31, 1943
1838 (MSN 649) w/o Jun 1, 1944 at Alma, GA, surveyed Jul 11, 1944
1839 (MSN 650) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 16, 1945
1840 (MSN 651) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Salineville, OH, surveyed Nov 28, 1943
1841 (MSN 652) to DPC at Bush Field Oct 20, 1944
1842 (MSN 653) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX May 14, 1945
1843 (MSN 654) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
1844 (MSN 655) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
1845 (MSN 656) to RFC at Thompson-Robbins Field, AK Nov 7, 1944
1846 (MSN 657) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 17, 1945
1847 (MSN 658) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field, AK Nov 8, 1944
1848 (MSN 659) to RFC at McKellar, TN Nov 7, 1944
1849 (MSN 660) to RFC at Vernon, TX Dec 20, 1944
1850 (MSN 661) to RFC at Valdosta, GA Jan 21, 1944
1851 (MSN 662) w/o Jul 24, 1943 at Alvin, TX, surveyed Aug 13, 1943
1852 (MSN 663) to RFC at Cuero, TX Apr 12, 1945
1853 (MSN 664) to RFC at Cuero, TX Feb 27, 1945
1854 (MSN 665) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
1855 (MSN 666) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Jan 30, 1945
1856 (MSN 667) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field, AK Oct 12, 1944
1857 (MSN 668) to DPC at Tmbry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
1858 (MSN 669) to RFC at Augustine Field Nov 11, 1944
1859 (MSN 670) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
1860 (MSN 671) to RFC at Harvey Parkes APT, MO Jan 13, 1945.
41-1861 ... 41-1880
Beech C-45A
1861 exchanged for C-45F 44-47660.  To Chicago Municipal CAA Jun 12, 1946
1862 (MSN 503) to RFC at Augusta Jun 6, 1946.  To civil registry as NC1064.
1863 nosed over at Decatur, IL Jun 19, 1943.  To CL-26
1864 (MSN 505) to storage at Davis-Monthan Jun 14, 1946.  To civil registry as N5702N
1865 to reclamation in Panama, CZ Jun 9, 1949
1866 (MSN 507) to RFC at Augusta May 15, 1946.  To CAA as NC7 in 1946
1867 (MSN 508) to RFC at Mitchel Field Mar 26, 1947
1868 (MSN 509) redesignated as UC-45A in Jan 1943.  Condemned overseas Aug 20,1943
1869 (MSN 510) scavenged for parts Aug 23, 1944
1870 (MSN 511) to reclamation at Waco AAF, TX Mqy 22, 1942
1871 (MSN 512) to reclamation at Olmstead Field, PA Aut 5, 1944
1872 (MSN 513) w/o Jan 7, 1942 at Bolling Field, DC, condemned Feb 17, 1942
1873 (MSN 514) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  W/o Jun 30, 1943 at Saxe, VA, condemned Jul 10, 1943
1874 (MSN 515) to RFC at McClellan Feb 28, 1946.  To civil registry as NC66705, N66705, PI-C400, RP-C400
1875 (MSN 516) salvaged May 18, 1946
1876 (MSN 517) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  Diverted to Swedish AF as 912 Jun 20, 1947, later 45001.
1877 (MSN 518) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  W/o Oct 6, 1943 at Buenos Aires, Argentina, salvaged Feb 5, 1945
1878 (MSN 519) to RFC at Andrews Field, MD Feb 4, 1946.  To civil registry as NC59698, N59698
1879 (MSN 520) w/o Jan 29, 1942 at San Bernardino, CA, to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
1880 (MSN 521) to RFC at Augusta Mar 18, 1946.  to NC55, N55
41-1881 ... 41-1980
Ryan PT-21-RY
MSN 1002/1059, 1061/1076, 1155/1180.  Many conversions to PT-22.
1881 (MSN 1002) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Sep 20, 1944.  To N56003
1882 (MSN 1003) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Oct 3, 1944
1883 (MSN 1004) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21, 1944
1884 (MSN 1005) wrecked at Tucson, AZ Sep 5, 1943
1885 (MSN 1006) wrecked at Tucson, AZ Mar 24, 1943
1886 (MSN 1007) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Sep 20, 1944.  To N28832.
1887 (MSN 1008) w/o Aug 17, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Nov 6, 1943
1888 (MSN 1009) w/o Feb 1, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Feb 2, 1944
1889 (MSN 1010) w/o Jul 22, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Oct 18, 1943
1890 (MSN 1011) to RFC at Augustine Field Dec 12, 1944.  To N46739
1891 (MSN 1012) to RFC at Wickenburg Oct 5, 1944.  Civilianized as N53496
1892 (MSN 1013) W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ; repaired (?), to RFC at Wickenburgh Sep 20, 1945
1893 (MSN 1014) to RFC at Wickenburg Sep 22, 1944.  To N49223
1894 (MSN 1015) w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Nov 6, 1942
1895 (MSN 1016) to RFC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
1896 (MSN 1017) wrecked 12 mi N of San Diego, CA Jun 14, 1942
1897 (MSN 1018) to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
1898 (MSN 1019) to RFC at Cimaroon, OK Sep 14, 1944
1899 (MSN 1020) to RFC at Lambert Field, MO Aug 30, 1945
1900 (MSN 1021) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944.  Civilianized as N48760
1901 (MSN 1022) surveyed Nov 5, 1943
1902 (MSN 1023) to RFC at Cimaroon, OK Sep 14, 1944.  To civil registry as N9753N.
1903 (MSN 1024) crashed 6 mi W of Ryan Field, AZ Dec 22, 1943.  To CL-26 Sep 14, 1942 ??
1904 (MSN 1025) lost control and pilot bailed out Feb 22, 1942, Kearney Mesa, AZ.
1905 (MSN 1026) w/o Nov 13, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Jan 11, 1944
1906 (MSN 1027) surveyed Jan 7, 1944.
1907 (MSN 1028) in midair fire 3 MI SW of Ryan Field, AZ Jun 4, 1942, pilot bailed out.  W/o Aug 18, 1943
1908 (MSN 1029) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
1909 (MSN 1030) w/o Sep 15, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Aug 25, 1942(?)
1910 (MSN 1031) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 5, 1944.  To N46604, N300RP
1911 (MSN 1032) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 17, 1945.  To N60488
1912 (MSN 1033) w/o May 13, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Nov 5, 1943
1913 (MSN 1034) w/o Mar 25, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Mar 28, 1944
1914 (MSN 1035) to RFC at Augustie Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
1915 (MSN 1036) to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14 1944
1916 (MSN 1037) to RFC at McClellan Aug 26, 1944
1917 (MSN 1038) w/o Mar 7, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed at Davis-Monthan Mar 8, 1944
1918 (MSN 1039) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944.  To NC48552, then N48552.  
Still flying in Australia as VH-RPT.
1919 (MSN 1040) w/o May 5, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ 
1920 (MSN 1041) w/o Nov 23, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
1921 (MSN 1042) to N50870
1922 (MSN 1043) to N52456
1926 (MSN 1047) w/o Dec 28, 1943 at Canal AAAF, CA
1929 (MSN 1050) w/o Sep 8, 1943 at Dos Palos, CA
1930 (MSN 1051) to N49685
1931 (MSN 1052) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
1932 (MSN 1053) W/o 10 Oct 1942 at Ajo, AZ; repaired (?); wfu;to N53998, current 2011
1933 (MSN 1054) to N53434
1934 (MSN 1055) to N54343, N1022, N2022
1935 (MSN 1056) w/o Oct 5, 1943 at Hemet, CA
1936 (MSN 1057) to N48778
1937 (MSN 1058) to N48778
1938 (MSN 1059) to N46230
1940 (MSN 1062) to N48104
1941 (MSN 1063) to N57030
1942 (MSN 1064) w/o 8 Jan 1943 at Mather Field, CA; repaired (?); wfu, to N56792
1943 (MSN 1065) Wfu; to N46596; wfu 21 Jun 1976
1944 (MSN 1066) to N56596
1945 (MSN 1067) to N58076
1946 (MSN 1068) to N48777
1949 (MSN 1071) to N56793
1950 (MSN 1072) to N48458
1951 (MSN 1073) w/o Oct 24, 1943 at Dos Palos, CA
1952 (MSN 1074) to N46234
1953 (MSN 1075) w/o Nov 22, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
1957 (MSN 1157) to N47840
1958 (MSN 1158) w/o Jul 9, 1943 at 9E AAAF, TX
1959 (MSN 1159) w/o Feb 14, 1944 at King City, CA
1960 (MSN 1160) to N48015
1961 (MSN 1161) Wfu, to N48236
1962 (MSN 1162) to N53999
1963 (MSN 1163) w/o Aug 26, 1941 at Gibbs Field, CA
1964 (MSN 1164) to N53018
1967 (MSN 1167) modified to PT-22A standards.  To N56792.  To 
UK civil registry as G-AGYY.  Still flying in the Netherlands,
but still as G-AGYY.
1970 (MSN 1170) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Blythe, CA
1972 (MSN 1172) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
1973 (MSN 1173) w/o Feb 7, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
1974 (MSN 1174) w/o Aug 26, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
1975 (MSN 1175) to N46804
1976 (MSN 1176) w/o Mar 31, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ
1977 (MSN 1177) crashed 5 mi W of Ryan Field, AZ Dec 22, 1943.
1978 (MSN 1178) to N2860D
1980 (MSN 1180) to N48747
41-1983 ... 41-2097
Lockheed P-38E Lightning
MSN 222-5201/5315.  Model 222-62-09
1983 surveyed Jul 1, 1944
1984 (MSN 222-5202) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Crashed and burned at end of runway at Paine Field, WA Nov 14, 1942
1985 (MSN 222-5203) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Condemned May 30, 1944
1986 (MSN 222-5204) retained by Lockheed and used as a test aircraft with raised and
lengthened tailbooms in plan to mount Lightnings on floats for
Pacific operations.  Also fitted with an engineer/observer seat.  Surveyed Aug 19, 1943
1987 to reclamation at Chicago, IL Nov 28, 1944
1988 (MSN 222-5206) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 1, 1944 at Attu, AK, condemned Jul 1, 1944
1989 (343rd FG) lost Mar 6, 1944.  MACR 3007
1990 wrecked 1 mi N of Miles Field, CA Apr 5, 1942
1991 to reclamation at Luke Field, AZ Mar 22, 1945
1992 (MSN 222-5210) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked at Paine Field, WA Aug 1, 1942
1993 wrecked near Zeto Point, AK Mar 20, 1943. Pilot killed
1994 wrecked E of Paine Field, WA Feb 17, 1942
1995 (MSN 222-5213) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  (55th FG, 38th FS) hit snow bank while landing at 
Pendleton AB, OR Jan 30, 1943, repaired.  W/o Nov 15, 1943 at Oxnard, CA
1996 pilot bailed out 12 mi SW of Muroc AB, CA Jun 15, 1943
1997 crashed into ocean off Venice CA May 16, 1942
1998 (MSN 222-5216) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1945at Shemaya, AK, salvaged May 29, 1945
1999 crashed at Mitchel Field, NY May 27, 1942.  Pilot killed.
2000 to RFC at Smyrna, TN May 29, 1945
2001 wrecked at Muroc AAB, CA Dec 6, 1942
2002 (MSN 222-5220) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 6, 1942 at Muroc AB, CA.  Repaired (?).  
Wrecked in crash landing May 30, 1943
2003 (MSN 222-5221) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Crashed on Muroc range May 6, 1943.  Pilot killed.  W/o May 30, 1943 at Amchitka, AK
2004 (MSN 222-5222) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked in landing accident Longview, AK Dec 25, 1942.  w/o May 8, 
1942 at Muroc, CA
2005 (MSN 222-5223) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  w/o Dec 25, 1942 at Longview, AK
2006 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942 condemned Jul 30, 1942  
2007 (MSN 222-5225) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o at March Field, CA Feb 16, 943
2008 condemned Mar 16, 1943
2009 to CL-26 at San Bernardino Jul 16, 1943.  Donated to Santa Barbara
Junior College Sep 1945
2010 (MSN 222-5228) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  w/o Dec 16, 1943 in Alaska.  Condemned Dec 24, 1943
2011 crashed after low-altitude spin May 7, 1942 at Hamilton Field
2012 (MSN 222-5230) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 13, 1944 at Santa Rosa, CA
2013 (MSN 222-5231) crashed in San Francisco Bay May 27, 1942
2014 condemned Nov 30, 1943
2015 condemned Jan 18,1943
2016 surveyed Jul 20, 1944
2017 condemned Dec 20, 1942
2018 (MSN 222-5236) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 24, 1943 at Amchitka, AK, condemned May 31,1943
2019 salvaged Sep 9, 1945
2020 (MSN 222-5238) w/o Mar 11, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26
2021 wrecked off Mills Field in San Francisco Bay Sep 21, 1942
2022 condemned Sep 23, 1942
2023 wrecked off Pt. Reyes, CA Apr 26, 1942.  Pilot MIA.
2024 (MSN 222-5242) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 5, 1943 at Muroc, CA
2025 (MSN 222-5243) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/op Jul 26, 1943 at Amchitka, AK, condemned Sep 9, 1943
2026 condemned Dec 26, 1942
2027 condemned Oct 28, 1942
2028 condemned Dec 30, 1942
2029 pilot bailed out and crashed into Puget Sound, WA Nov 17, 1942
2030 (MSN 222-5248) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1943 at Paine Field, WA, surveyed May 11, 1943
2031 (MSN 222-5249) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 26, 1942 at Longview, AK, condemned Oct 28, 1942
2032 surveyed Jan 14, 1943
2033 condemned Dec 3, 1943
2034 (MSN 222-5252) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 2, 1943 in Salton Sea, CA, surveyed May 5, 1943
2035 crashed off Piane Field, WA Feb 26, 1942 during landing approach
2036 crashed McChord Field, WA May 30, 1942.  Pilot killed
2037 force landed after engine fire Jul 18, 1943, Muroc AAB, CA
2038 (MSN 222-5256) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 4, 1943 at Glendale AAF, CA, surveyed Oct 7, 1943
2039 crashed 10 mi N of Tacoma, WA Jun 7, 1942. Pilot killed
2040 to reclamation at Buckley Field Jul 3, 1946
2041 wrecked at Lakewood, WA Mar 3, 1942
2042 crashed 2.5 mi SE of Mines Field Aug 19, 1942.  Pilot killed
2043 surveyed at Olympia, WA Jan 29, 1943
2044 (54th FG) wrecked at Fort Glen, AK Jul 22, 1942
2045 wrecked at Mines Field, CA May 27, 1942.  To CL-26
2046 condemned Jan 12, 1943
2047 wrecked at Muroc AB Dec 14, 1942.
2048 retained by contractor as NX91300 for experiments. Modified with lengthened pilot
gondola section and all controls moved 3 feet forward into new cockpit
section, original cockpit becoming an observer's position. To RFC Mar 19, 1946.
Later used as test aircraft for XF-90 program.  Crashed on akeoff from Phoenix,
Arizona Oct 24, 1962
2049 (MSN 222-5267) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked in landing accident Mar 12, 1943 at Attu, AK
2050 condemned Dec 31, 1943
2052 crashed on Maynard Peak, WA May 12, 1943.  Pilot never found
2053 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
2054 to reclamation at Luke Field Mar 30, 1946
2055 (MSN 222-5273) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 3, 1943 at Muroc, CA
2057 ditched off North Island May 3,1942.  To CL-26
2058 crashed 1 mi N of Olympia Airport, WA Mar 3, 1942.  Pilot killed.
2059 creashed E of Redwood City, CA Mar 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
2060 (MSN 222-5278) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942 condemned Apr 2, 1943
2061 crashed at Muroc AB Feb 13, 1943.  Pilot killed
2062 (329th FG, 331st FS) wrecked at Muroc AB Jan 10, 1943
2063 wrecked at Portland AB, OR Apr 27, 1943
2064 (MSN 222-5282) w/o Jul 20, 1942 at Olympia, WA, condemned Nov 17, 1942
2065 (MSN 222-5283) wrecked at March Field Apr 21, 1942. w/o Jun 11, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA.  To CL-26
2066 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
2067 condemned Dec 26, 1942
2068 surveyed Dec 23, 1942
2069 salvaged May 12, 1942
2070 J(83rd FS, 78th FG) crashed near Shellville, CA, 15 mi N of Hamilton Field, CA 
Sep 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Wreck to CL-26 Apr 8, 1943.  
2071 (MSN 222-5289) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 29, 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA, surveyed Nov 15, 1943
2072 to CL-26 Oct 6, 1944
2073 to RP-38E, to 372nd FS, 360th FG at Santa Maria AAF, Santa Maria, CA damaged
Mar 5, 1944 when collided with a tow target at Santa Maria.
2074 (MSN 222-5292) w/o Oct 12, 1942 at Elmendorf Field, AK, condemned Oct 12, 1942
2075 to reclamation Aug 14, 1945
2076 crashed near Watershed Park, WA Apr 4, 1942.  Pilot killed.
2077 crashed into motor pool at Camp Granite, CA Aug 14, 1943.  Pilot killed
2078 overshot landing and crashed McChord, WA Jun 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
2079 (MSN 222-5297) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 12, 1944 at Alexai, AK, condemned Oct 24, 1944
2080 (MSN 222-5298) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 22, 1943 at Longview, AK
2082 crashed at Port Angeles, WA Dec 16, 1942.  Pilot killed
2083 (MSN 222-5301) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jan 8, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed Jan 12, 1944
2084 to RFC at San Bernardino Mar 17, 1945
2085 (MSN 222-5303) W/O aPR 3, 1942 at Olympia Airport, WA, to CL-26 Apr 22, 1942
2086 crashed at Olympia, WA Jun 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
2087 surveyed Sep 2, 1944
2088 in accident at Ellington Field, Texas Sep 20, 1943.  
2089 salvaged May 29, 1945
2090 crashed in fog at Paine Field, WA Apr 2, 1942
2091 (MSN 222-5309) w/o Jun 27, 1943 at Fort Glen, AK, condemned Jun 27, 1942
2092 (MSN 222-5310) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 29, 1944 in Alaska, condemned Dec 29, 1944
2093 (MSN 222-5311) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 15, 1944 at Santa Cruz Island, CA
2094 (55th FG, 338th FS) crashed on takeoff from Port Angeles, WA Jan 14, 1943
2095 to reclamation at Lemoore AAF, CA Apr 1, 1946
2096 condemned Jun 15, 1942
2097 (MSN 222-53150 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 21, 1943 at Salinas AAB, CA, surveyed Dec 22, 1943
41-2098 ... 41-2099
Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5316/5317.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
2098 (8th PRS) crashed in NE New Guinea Sep 14, 1942. Pilot KIA.
Condemned Oct 31, 1944.  SOC Jan 9, 1945
2099 salvaged Feb 12, 1942.  SOC Jan 17, 1946
41-2100 ... 41-2120
Lockheed P-38E Lightning
MSN 222-5318/5338.  Model 222-62-09
2100 (MSN 222-5318) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 25, 1943 at Lake Elsinore, CA, surveyed May 2, 1943
2101 condemned Apr 14, 1943
2102 (MSN 222-5320) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1943 at Blythe, CA
2103 to reclamation Feb 27, 1946
2104 to reclamation at Burbank, CA Feb 31, 1946
2105 (MSN 222-5323) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 9, 1943 at King City AAB, CA, surveyed Nov 11, 1943
2107 (MSN 222-5325) w/o Oct 21, 1942 at San Mateo, CA
2108 (329th FG, 337th FS) crashed on takeoff at Muroc AAB, CA Jan 9, 1943.
2109 (MSN 222-5327) w/o Jul 12, 1942 at McChord Field, WA
2110 (MSN 222-5328) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Banning, CA
2111 (MSN 222-5329) w/o Ap 21, 1943 in Long Island Sound, CT
2112 (MSN 222-5330) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 3, 1944 at Massacre Bay, AK
2113 (MSN 222-5331) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/p Mar 27, 1943 at Muroc, CA
2114 (MSN 222-5332) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Feb 14, 1943 at Muroc, CA
2117 w/o at La Cienga, Mexico Aug 1, 1942
2118 (MSN 222-5336) w/o Sep 24, 1942 at San Francisco Airport, CA
2119 (329th FG, 332nd FS) crashed at Muroc AAB, CA Jan 21, 1943
41-2121 ... 41-2156
Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5339/5374.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO.
2121 to French.  SOC Dec 5, 1946
2122 to RAAF as A55-3 8/1943.  Damaged Dec 10, 1943 in belly landing at Batchelor, N.T. and
heavily damaged.  Apparently aircraft caught fire and burnt out following its crash.
Acquired by Darwin Aviation Museum, Batchelor, N.T..
2123 (8th PRS, "Fainting Flozzie II") crashed near 12 Mile Drome,
New Guinea Nov 28, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
2124 MIA Aug 25, 1942
2125 (8th PRS) crashed at Misiama Island Jul 27, 1942.
Pilot killed.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
2126 condemned Oct 31, 1944
2127 condemned Nov 1943
2128 wrecked in landing accident at Lowry Field Apr 4, 1942
2129 (MSN 222-5347) (9th PRS, 3rd PRG) lost Jul 17, 1943, Burma.  MACR 203
2130 (8th PRS, "Malaria Mabel") condemned in Australia May 9, 1944
2131 crashed east of Brinkley, AR Mar 24, 1942.  Pilot killed
2132 condemned Jul 8, 1944
2133 (MSN 222-5351) w/o Mar 3, 1944 at Shawnee, OK
2134 (3rd PRG) lost Jan 8, 1943.  MACR 14573
2135 salvaged Oct 23, 1942
2136 condemned Oct 31, 1944
2137 (6th PRG, 8th PRS, "Hellapoppin Hepcat") MIA Jun 26, 1943 on mission to Rabaul, New
Britain.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 16410
2138 (MSN 222-5356) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Ondal, India, condemned Aug 6, 1942
2139 (8th PRS, "Pouting Peggy") salvaged Sep 26, 1944
2140 MIA Mar 16, 1943
2141 condemned Dec 6, 1942
2142 condemned Jun 2, 1944
2143 condemned Jul 2, 1944
2144 condemned Feb 8, 1944
2145 MIA Sep 29, 1944
2146 condemned Jul 8, 1944
2147 condemned Jun 30, 1943
2148 salvaged May 23, 1945
2149 wrecked in Wagonmound, NM Jul 6, 1942.
2150 condemned Jul 8, 1944
2151 condemned Jul 8, 1944
2152 wrecked near Peterson Field, CO Mar 21, 1943.  Crashed near Ellicott,
CO and was assigned to 10th PRS. Port engine caught fire.  Pilot parachuted safely from the
burning plane.
2153 wrecked at Spokane, WA Apr 22, 1942.
2154 surveyed Jan 5, 1945
2155 (MSN 222-5373) w/o Ju 23, 1943 at Woodruff, UT, condemned Jul 30, 1942
2156 loaned to RAAF (*Leaping Lizzie*) from 8/1943 until end of 1943.  Did not get RAAF serial number.
Condemned Apr 26, 1944.
41-2157 ... 41-2157
Lockheed F-5A-2-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5375.  SModel 222-62-16.  Unarmed photo-reconnaissance aircraft.  Was originally a P-38E redesignated
F-4-1 Mar 13, 1942, and redesignated F-5A-2 Jun 27, 1942.  Surveyed Jan 8, 1944. 
41-2158 ... 41-2171
Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5376/5389.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
2158 to RAAF as A55-1 in 8/1943. Starboard undercarriage collapsed 
on landing at Coumalie Creek, NT Sep 2, 1944.  Caught fire and burned out after
crash.  Converted to components.
2159 to RAAF as A55-2 11/142.  Crashed 2mi W of Livingstone, N.T. Nov 20, 1942. Pilot killed.
2160 salvaged Jul 9, 1945
2161 crashed Turkahead Mtn, CO May 17, 1942.  Pilot killed
2162 (MSN 222-5380) w/o Jan 16, 1944 at Geary, OK
2163 (MSN 222-5381) w/o Jan 12, 1943 in Agartala area, India.
2164 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jun 15, 1945
2165 salvaged Feb 20, 1943
2166 wrecked at Salina, KS Nov 11, 1942
2167 condemned Jan 21, 1944
2168 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 5, 1943
2169 lost Jan 18, 1945. MACR 12410
2170 to reclamation at Hill Field Mar 20, 1946
2171 wrecked at Pinon, CO Oct 20, 1942
41-2172 ... 41-2172
Lockheed P-38E Lightning
MSN 222-5390. Model 222-62-09 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 15, 1943 at March Field, CA, surveyed May 18, 1943
41-2173 ... 41-2218
Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5391/5436
2173 condemned Jun 30, 1943
2174 diverted to France Mar 9, 1943
2175 condemned Mar 31, 1943
2176 condemned Apr 6, 1943
2177 lost May 21, 1943.  MACR 12279.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
2178 (MSN 222-5396) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jun 15, 1943 at Kweilin AB, China, condemned Jun 15, 1943
2179 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 18, 1943 at Cimmaron Field, OK, to CL-26 at Will Rogers Field Nov 19, 1943
2180 salvaged Jul 5, 1943
2181 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 3, 1943
2182 (MSN 222-5400) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 16, 1943 at Peterson AAF, CO
2183 force landed and wrecked Colorado Springs Jan 7, 1943
2184 condemned Jul 8, 1944
2185 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Aug 3, 1945
2186 surveyed Sep 7, 1944
2187 condemned Nov 12, 1944
2188 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jul 15, 1945
2189 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 13, 1942
2190 salvaged Jul 3,1944
2191 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 16, 1942
2192 wrecked at St Matthews, KY Mar 3, 1942
2193 (MSN 222-5411) W/o May 3, 1943 at Shoemaker, NMsurveyed May 3, 1943
2194 (MSN 222-5412) w/o Jan 5, 1944 at Cox Field, TX, to CL-26 at Colorado Springs Jan 6, 1944
2195 wrecked in emergency landing at Colorado Springs, CO Nov 21, 1942.
2196 (MSN 222-5414) w/o Aug 14, 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO, to CL-26 at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 28, 1942
2197 lost to AAA Jul 8, 1944
2198 dove in at Colorado Springs, CO Aug 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.
2199 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jun 7, 1946
2200 (MSN 222-5418) w/o May May 23, 1943 at Peterson AFB, CO.
2201 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 8, 1942
2202 crashed on takeoff at Colorado Springs, CO Aug 8, 1942.  Pilot
Lt. Edward J. Peterson survived crash but later died of
injuries.  Peterson AFB in Colorado Springs is named in
his honor.
2203 surveyed Jun 21, 1948
2204 (9th PRS) crashed near Chittagong, India Dec 2, 1943.
Pilot killed.  Salvaged Dec 4, 1943
2205 salvaged Mar 16, 1945.
2206 salvaged Apr 26, 1945
2207 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Nov 1, 1942
2208 (MSN 222-5426) wrecked Nov 20, 1942 at Castle Rock, CO
2209 (6th PRG, 8th PRS, "Alice the Goon") lost over Coral Sea
Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1689.  Pilot KIA.  Salvaged Feb 8,1944
2210 surveyed Jun 21, 1948
2211 (MSN 222-5429) w/o Mar 22, 1943 at Hugo, CO
2212 crashed at Colorado Springs, CO Mar 6, 1944.  Pilot killed
2213 surveyed Jan 28, 1944
2214 salvaged Oct 10, 1946
2215 wrecked in emergency landing at Colorado Springs, Co Feb 5, 1943
2216 salvaged Jan 17, 1943
2217 salvaged in Australia Sep 26, 1944
2218 condemned Jul 8, 1944
41-2219 ... 41-2219
Lockheed P-38E Lightning
MSN 222-5347.  Model 222-62-09
2219 w/o Jul 10, 1942 at Cold Bay, AK, condemned Dec 11, 1943
41-2220 ... 41-2220
Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5438.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
Loaned to RAAF 8/1943 until end of 1943.  Did not acquire RAAF serial number. Condemned
Apr 26, 1944 and SOC Apr 9, 1946
41-2221 ... 41-2292
Lockheed P-38E Lightning
MSN 222-5439/5510.  Model 222-62-09
2221 salvaged Oct 17, 1945
2222 condemned Dec 31, 1943
2223 to reclamation at Burbank Feb 1946
2224 wrecked on Muroc bombing range May 2,1942
2225 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 27, 1945
2226 (OMSn 222-5444) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 1, 1943 at Muretta, CA, condemned at March Field, CA Apr 3, 1943
2227 condemned Jul 29, 1944
2228 to reclamation in Spokane, WA Mar 27, 1945
2229 condemned May 13, 1943
2230 (MSN 222-5448) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Feb 3, 1943 at Muroc, CA, condemned Feb 20, 1943
2231 surveyed May 5, 1944
2232 (MSN 222-5450) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 24, 1944 at Alexai Point, AK, condemned May 30, 1944
2233 wrecked at Olympia, WA Nov 10, 1942.  Pilot killed.
2234 pilot bailed out Dec 2, 1943, Olympia, WA Dec 2, 1943
2235 (MSN 222-5453) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26 Aug 28, 1942
2236 (MSN 222-5454) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 3, 1944 at Massacre Bay, AK, condemned Dec 3, 1944
2237 to CL-26 at Albuquerque, NM Oct 6, 1944
2238 to reclamation Mar 31, 1946
2239 salvaged Oct 10, 1945
2240 (MSN 222-5458) w/o Sep 10, 1942 at Olympia Airport, WA, dropped from records Nov 28, 1942
2241 to RFC at Santa Rosa, Ca Aug 1, 1945
2242 (MSN 222-5460) w/o Oct 7, 1942 at Puget Sound, WA, condemned Aug 22, 1942
2243 salvaged Oct 10, 1945
2244 (MSN 222-5462) w/o Aug 21, 1943 at Puget Sound, WA, condemned Aug 22, 1942
2245 (MSN 222-5463) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 8, 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA, surveyed Feb 24, 1945
2246 to reclamation Mar 20, 146
2247 hit truck on runway at Elmendorf AAF, AK Jun 3, 1942
2248 crashed into Puget Sound Apr 4, 1942
2249 condemned Oct 15, 1943
2250 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 27, 1945
2251 crashed after takeoff at Muroc AB Apr 13, 1943
2252 condemned May 31,1943
2253 crashed and burned at Olympia, WA Apr 31, 1942.
2254 (MSN 222-5472) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 11, 1942 at Corona, CA, condemned Nov 16, 1942
2255 crashed and burned at Paine Field, WA Aug 23, 1943
2256 (55th FG, 37th FS) wrecked at McChord Field, WA Jan 15, 1943.  To CL-26
2257 force landed on mud flat off Paine Field, WA May 2, 1943.  To CL-26
2258 (MSN 222-5476) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 5, 1942 at Longview, AK.
2259 (MSN 222-5477) w/o May 24, 1942 at Tubbs Island, CA, to CL-26
2260 missing after flight from Portland AB, OR Mar 25, 1943
2261 (MSN 222-5479) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 15, 1944 at Santa Cruz Island, CA.
2262 (MSN 222-5480) W/o Jun 30, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA, to CL-26 Sep 7, 1942
2263 condemned Jan 12, 1943
2264 crashed 1 mi N of Hamilton Field, CA May 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
2265 (MSN 222-5843) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 27, 1945 at Adak, AK, salvaged Jun 10, 1945
2266 (55th FG, 37th FS) damaged in landing accident at Burns MAP, OR Jan 2, 1943.  To CL-26 
2267 crashed at Pendelton AB, OR Feb 6, 1943.  Pilot killed
2268 to reclamation at Albuquerque Jan 1, 1945
2269 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 7, 1945. 
2270 to CL-26 at Portland AB, OR Oct 9,1944
2271 (MSM 222-5489) w/o Jun 15, 1942 at Puget Sound, WA, to CL-26 at McChord Aug 6, 1942
2272 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA Nov 16, 1942
2273 condemned Dec 31, 1943
2274 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA May 11, 1942
2275 (MSN 222-5493) w/o Apr 1, 194 at Muroc, CA, to CL-26 at Curtiss-Wright Tech Institute, CA Jun 29, 1942
2276 lost Nov 28, 1942 on flight from Alaska to Everett's Paine Field in WA.
Pilot probably killed. Plane was condemned Dec 3, 1943, reported as 
scrapped Dec 31, 1943.  The wreck was discovered in 1998 located
on Mount Baker, WA in the North Cascades.
2277 to RFC at Ontario, CA Oct 31, 1945
2278 (MSN 222-5496) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942. w/o Mar 9, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Mar 14, 1943
2279 (MSN 222-5497) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 9, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Mar 14, 1943
2280 (MSN 222-5498) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 23, 1943 at Muroc, CA.
2281 wrecked near Tumwater, WA Dec 6, 1942
2282 (MSN 222-5500) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jun 10, 1944 at Santa Rosa, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa, CA Jun 11, 1944
2283 (MSN 222-5501) w/o Jul 9, 1942 at Paine Field, WA, condemned Jul 10, 1942
2284 surveyed at New Orleans Sep 20, 1945
2285 (MSN 222-5503) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26 Jun 25, 1942
2286 (MSN 222-5504) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942. W/o Mar 5, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed at Salania SSB May 13, 1944
2287 wrecked at Burns, OR Dec 3, 1942
2288 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
2289 wrecked at Atka Island, AK Nov 30, 1942
2290 crashed near Black Boint, CA May 28, 1942.  Pilot killed.
2291 wrecked at Paine Field, WA Oct 5, 1942.
2292 (MSN 222-5510) w/o Jun 8, 1942 at San Diego, CA
41-2293 ... 41-2321
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
MSN 222-5511/5539.  Model 222-60-09
2293 wrecked during test flight  near Springfield, OH Apr 16, 1942
2294 (MSN 222-5512) w/o Nov 167, 1942 at Glendale, CA, condemned Nov 20, 1942
2295 crashed after flat spin Reno AAB, NV Feb 12, 1942.  Pilot killed
2296 (MSN 222-5514) w/o Mar 6, 1944 at Goleta NAS, CA, surveyed at Santa Maria AAF, CA Mar 7, 1944
2297 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA Aug 13, 1943
2298 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
2299 surveyed at San Bernardino Aug 24, 1943
2300 (MSN 222-5518) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Battle Mt. Park, OR, condemned Nov 12, 1942
2301 to CL-26 at McClellan Field Jun 24, 1943
2302 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
2303 crashed at March Field May 27, 1942.  Pilot killed
2304 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 16, 1945
2305 (MSN 222-5523) w/o Jul 8, 1944 at Williams, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa AAF, CA Jul 8, 1944
2306 crashed and burned Olympia, WA Jul 25, 1942.  Pilot killed
2307 (MSN 222-5525) w/o Aug 20, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA
2308 (474th FG, 428th FS) crashed into desert 6 mi N of Lancaster, CA
Nov 30, 1943 during high speed dive.  Pilot killed, plane surveyed Dec 1, 1943
2309 in midair collision with P-40E near Olympia, WA Dec 2, 1942.  1 killed.
2310 wrecked at McChord AAF, WA Sep 16, 1942
2311 surveyed at San Bernardino Aug 6, 1942
2312 wrecked at Olympia, WA Aug 22, 1942
2313 (MSN 222-5531) wrecked in runway collision at North Island May 15, 1942, repaired.  W/o Aug 30, 1942 at
Coronado Island, CA
2314 wrecked at Mitchel Field, NY May 2, 1942.  To CL-26
2315 (MSN 222-5533) wrecked Sep 18, 1942 in San Francisco Bay, CA and surveyed Jan 20, 1943
2316 (MSN 222-5534) w/o Jul 11, 1944 at Orcutt, CA, surveyed Jul 12, 1942
2317 crashed and burned at Black Point N of Hamilton Field Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot killed
2318 condemned Jul 28, 1943
2319 (MSN 222-5537) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Lake Elsinore, CA, surveyed at March Field Feb 27, 1943
2320 (MSN 222-5538) w/o Aug 6y, 1944 at Cotati, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa Aug 7, 1944
41-2322 ... 41-2322
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5540.  Model 222-60-15
2322 condemned Dec 1, 1944 and SOC Dec 10, 1944
41-2323 ... 41-2358
Lockheed P-38F-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5541/5576.  Model 222-60-09
2323 hit tow target and crashed during air-to-air gunnery SW of Benjamin
Lake, OR Oct 23, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
2324 hit tow target and crashed during air-to-air gunnery near NAAS Camp
Kearney Apr 18, 1942.  Pilot killed.
2325 (MSN 222-5543) w/o Sep14, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed Sep 23, 1944
2326 (MSN 222-5544) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Mattle Mt. Park, OR, condemned Nov 12, 1942
2327 (MSN 222-5545) w/o Mar 22, 1944 at Ontario AAF, CA, surveyed Apr 16, 1944
2328 taxiied into another aircraft and burned May 16, 1942.
2329 (MSN 222-5547) w/o Aug 9, 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA.
2330 (MSN 222-5548 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Betteravia, CA, surveyed Oct 23, 1943
2331 (MSN 222-5549) w/o Dec 31, 1943 at Chular, CA, to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Jan 1, 1944
2332 (MSN 222-5550) w/o Apr 13, 1943 at Muroc, CA, condemned Sep 17, 1943
2333 in midair collision 1/4 mi NE of NAAS Camp Kearney, CA Apr 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
2334 (MSN 222-5552) w/o Nov 13, 1943 at Salinas AAB, CA, surveyed Dec 17, 1943
2335 to CL-26 Jul 27, 1942
2336 collided with 41-2072 over Dawson Canyon, CA Feb 14, 1943.
Pilot bailed out successfully, 2072 landed safely.
2337 crashed at Mills Field Sep 10, 1942
2338 (MSn 222-5556) w/o Nov 29, 1943 at Van Nuys AAF, CA, surveyed Nov 30, 1943
2339 (MSN 222-5557) w/o Aug 4, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA
2340 condemned Dec 22, 1942
2341 in taxi accident Sep 5, 1942, Mills Field.  To CL-26
2342 (MSN 222-5560) w/o Aug 11, 1943 at Muroc, CA.
2343 in crash landing Long Beach, CA Feb 25, 1945
2344 to CL-26 Sep 10, 1942
2345 (MSN 222-5563) wrecked at San Bernardino Jan 1, 1943, w/o Feb 4, 1943 at San Diego, CA
2346 crashed in Pacific off North Island, CA Sep 13, 1942
2347 in wheels-up landing Sep 20, 1943, MCClellan AAF
2348 surveyed at San Bernardino AB May 10, 1943
2349 engine caught fire 7 mi N of Mojave, CA Mar 5, 1943, pilot baled out
2350 engine caught fire and crashed 1 mi W of Muroc AB, CA Aug 14, 1943
2351 surveyed Aug 6, 1943
2352 (MSN 222-5570) w/o Feb 13, 1944 at Oceano, CA.
2353 crashed during single-engine lading at Metro Airport, Van Nuys, CA Nov 30, 1942
2354 (MSN 222-5572) w/o Apr 1, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed Apr 7, 1943
2355 (MSN 222-5573) w/o Jun 16, 1942 at Glendale, CA.
2356 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 23, 1945
2357 (MSN 222-5575) w/o Aug 21, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA, surveyed Oct 8, 1942
2358 (MSN 222-5576) w/o Aug 25, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at Muroc AB Aug 27, 12943
41-2359 ... 41-2361
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5577/5579.  Model 222-60-15
2359 condemned Dec 3, 1942
2360 condemned Jul 9, 1944
2361 condemned Sep 1, 1942
41-2362 ... 41-2381
Lockheed F-4A-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5580/5599
2362 diverted to French ADO Mar 9, 1943
2363 diverted to French ADO Mar 9, 1943.  MIA Jul 31, 1944 with novelist Antoine de St. Exupery
on board.  42-68223 is also listed as being the plane flown by Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
2364 salvaged Dec 9, 1945
2365 diverted to French ADO Mar 9, 1943
2366 condemned May 10, 1944
2367 salvaged Feb 10, 1943
2368 force landed due to engine fire Mar 14, 1942 near Parker, CO and damaged
beyond repair
2369 condemned Oct 31, 1944
2370 wrecked at Sub Depot Colorado Springs, CO Nov 11, 1942
2371 (3rd PRG) crashed in Africa Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1148
2372 condemned Jul 2, 1944
2373 condemned Jul 18,1944
2374 salvaged Jan 31, 1943
2375 crashed and burned Feb 24, 1942 Karvel, CO
2376 to reclamation at Lowry Field Feb 13, 1946
2377 wrecked Sep 7, 1942 near Bellfontaine, OH due to weather.  To CL-26
2378 salvaged Dec 15, 1942
2379 to reclamation at Colorado Springs, CO May 12, 1945
2380 condemned Jul 8, 1944
2381 surveyed Jul 27, 1942
41-2382 ... 41-2386
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
MSN 222-5600/5604.  Model 222-60-09
2382 (MSM 222-5600) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Amberley, Australia.  Condemned after accident Nov 9, 1942
2383 (MSN 222-5601) w/o Mar 30, 1944 at Santa Maria, CA, surveyed Mar 21, 1944
2384 (MSN 222-5602) w/o Nov 18, 1942 at El Cajon, Ca, surveyed Nov 24, 1942
2385 crashed into ocean off San Clemente Island, CA May 27, 1942.
2386 crashed and exploded Muroc AB, CA Feb 23, 1942
41-2387 ... 41-2387
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5605. Model 222-60-15
MIA Dec 11, 1942
41-2388 ... 41-2392
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
MSN 222-5606/5610.  Model 222-60-09
2388 to CL-26 with Kirtland Tech School Jan 31, 1946
2389 wrecked at Oakland, CA Jul 7, 1942
2390 wrecked Burbank, CA Apr 27, 1942
2391 wrecked at Tubbs Island, CA May 22, 1942 after right engine failed
2392 to reclamation at Ontario, CA Mar 17, 1945
41-2393 ... 41-2669
Boeing B-17E Fortress
MSN 2204/2480
2393 wrecked at Newfoundland APT Jan 9, 1942 in collision with snowbank.  Salvaged
2394 returned to USA Jul 17, 1943.  To RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
2395 condemned Jan 19, 1942 and used as static test aircraft and then surveyed Oct 12, 1942
2396 (5th BG, 72nd BS) ditched off San Cristobal due to engine failure Jan 7, 1943.  Condemned Jul 15, 1944
2397 condemned Oct 31, 1944
2398 to RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945
2399 to Boeing for flight testing.  To RFC at Stillwater Sep 19, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
2400 delivered to Douglas as model.  To reclamation at Burbank, CA Mar 20, 1946
2401 converted to XB-38-VE with Allison V-1710 liquid-cooled engines.  Aircraft had been divereted to Lockheed-Vega
as a pattern for Lockheed-Vega built B-17E.
Wrecked Jun 16, 1943 near Tipton, CA after engine fire.  The pilots
bailed out after pointing the aircraft to an uninhabited area.
The pilot was killed when his parachute did not deploy, and
the other crewmember was seriously injured when his parachute
did not deploy property.
2402 ditched during search and attack mission 40 mi S of Kauai Island, Hawaii Dec 27, 1941.  1 crew killled.
2403 ditched off Guadalcanal Jan 26, 1943, crew picked up by PBY 5 days later.  Plane officially condemned Jul 15, 1944
2404 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 24, 1944.  Assigned to 431st BS, 11th BG Mar 4, 1942.  Named "The Spider". 
Ditched at sea Sep 12, 1942.  Survivors rescued 7 days later.  Officially condemned Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 16547.  
2405 to RFC at Kingman Oct 9, 1945
2406 (7th BG, 22nd BS) crashlanded Madera Island Feb 25, 1942.  Officially condemned Oct 31, 1944
2407 used as test aircraft by Air Material Command at Wright Field.  To storage at Davis Monthan Aug 1, 1946
2408 was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.
Used to evacuate General MacArthur from Philippines Mar 25, 1942.  Salvaged in Brisbane, Australia Oct 14, 1944.
2409 ("Ole Maid") delivered to Salt Lake SAD Jan 12, 1941; transferred to 11BG Hickam, HI Dec 28, 1942; 
crashlanded at Guadalcanal Nov 25, 1942. WO Sep 20, 1943
2410 delivered Salt Lake SAD Jan 12, 1941; assigned to March Dec 28, 1941; transferred to Langley Jan 11, 1942; transferred 
to Jacksonville, FL May 9, 1942; transferred to Presque Is Mar 29, 1943; transferred to Occident May 11, 1943; 
transferred to Mitchell Jun-43; transferred to Smoky Hill Jun 3, 1944; transferred to San Bernadino Dec 13, 1945; 
reclaimed as scrap Apr 30, 1946.
2411 *Old Miss 11* Evacuated Java Feb 28, 1942 to Ceylon and did end up in 
India Mar 1942 with 7thBG.  May have been the Fort lost on Adaman Islands Apr 1942 
2412 (7th BG) damaged on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942 and may have been abandoned.  Also listed as
going to RFC at Arledge Nov 13, 1944.
2413 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 38th RS, 19th BG.  Plane was one of the planes that arrived over 
Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Transferred to 42nd BS, 11th BG Hickam Dec 30, 1942.  Transferred to 5th AF Aug 31,1944.
2414 destroyed on ground by fire at Salt Lake City Field Nov 12, 1941
2415 (5th BG, 31st BS, "City of San Francisco") shot down during Battle of Midway Jun 5, 1942.
2416 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 28, 1941.  Assigned to 88th RS, 7th BG, then 19th BG, 40th RS.  Was one of the planes that 
arrived over Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. slightly damaged by Japanese strafing and landed at Kuhuku golf course.
Transferred to 88th RS, 19th BG, then to 7th BG.   Damaged at Townsville,
Australia Feb 22, 1942 when collided with 41-2434.  *San Antonio Rose * staged through Batchelor Field to 
Del Monte Philippines on bombing sortie against Japanese landings at Legaspi Mar 1942. Eventualy used 
as hangar queen in Australia.  WFU at Brisbane Jan 31, 1944.
2417 assigned to 19th BG, 28th BS, then to Project X Feb 19, 1942.  Crashed Queensland, Australia Jul 6, 1942,
scrapped 1944
2418 (19th BG) destroyed on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942.  Also listed as being W/o Jun 26, 1946.
2419 crash landed in field at Palembang, Sumatra Jan 23, 1942.  Officially w/o Jan 9, 1945.
2420 (11th BG, 42nd BS) shot down Sep 24, 1942 after raid to Shortlands.  Ditched in 30 m of water.  Complete minus tail
section.  Crew executed by Japanese.  Aircraft remains were still extant in 1997.  MACR 15098.
2421 (19th BG, 40th BS) overshot and burned out Horn Island Jul 16, 1942.  w/o Oct 31, 1944 and converted to components.
2422 (6th BG, 3rd BS) crashed at David Field, Panama Jul 14, 1943.  W/o Aug 5, 1943.
2423 used on Project X.  Crashlanded and burned at McDill AFB, FL Jan 5, 1942 with 7th BG.  Salvaged.
2424 delivered Salt Lake SAD Dec 1, 1941, transferred to 6AF in Panama Dec 27, 1941; transferred to Guatamala 
Sep 10 to Apr 15, 1942; RETUS to Tinker Jun 15, 1942; transferred to Reconstruction Finance Center (RFC-sold 
for scrap) at Altus Aug 20, 1945.
2425 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Nov 26, 1941; transferred to 5AF, Panama Dec 30, 1941; transferred to Guatamala 
Apr 15, 1942; transferred to Panama Nov 23, 1942; RETUS Tinker Jul 22, 1944; transferred to RFC and sold for 
scrap at Kirtland, Albuquerque Aug 2, 1945.
2426 (11th BG, 431st BS0 MIA on recon flight over Northern Solomon Islands Aug 7, 1942.  Also listed as delivered to Salt Lake SAD 
Nov 16, 1941 transferred to 11BG/43BS as aircraft No. 42; transferred to 5AF 
Aug 1943; RETUS Hendricks Feb 12, 1944; to RFC and sold for scrap Dec 31, 1945.
2427 arrived via Africa from USA Jan 28, 1942 with 7thBG.  Transferred to 19thBG on Java.
Destroyed on ground at Malang, Java Feb 3, 1942.  W/o Oct 31, 1944.
2428 ("Ol' Shasta") delivered to Salt Lake SAD Nov 26, 1941; transferred to 11BG/98BS at Hickam-Clarke, HI 
Oct 26, 1942.  MIA Dec 28, 1942.  
2429 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 88th RS, 7th BG, then 7th BG, 88th RS.  Arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.  
Used to evacuate MacArthur's staff from Del Monte, Philippines Mar 25, 1942
Shot down Rabaul, New Britain Aug 7, 1942.  MACR 16020.  Harlpease received Medal of Honor for action.
2430 delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 7th BG, 88th RS.   Was one of six planes that flew into Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
transfferred to 40th GBS, 19th Bg, then 65th BS, 43rd BG.   Ferried to Australia and nicknamed "Naughty But Nice".  
Shot down  by J1N1-S Jun 25, 1943, Vunakanau, SW Pacific with 65th BS, 43rd BG
while on night mission to Rabaul.  MACR 14590.  One crew POW, rest KIA.  
The crewmember who was POW survived the war.  The wreck was discovered in 1982.
2431 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941; transferred to Wheeler-Hickam Nov 19, 1942; transferred to 5BG Feb 1943; 
RETUS Jan 11, 1944, crews complained that it was a gas hog; transferred to Scott Jan 17, 1945; transferred 
to Chanute Jan 21, 1945; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Oct 12, 1945.
2432 (7th BG, 88th RS, "The Last Straw") was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.
W/o Brisbane Jan 12, 1945.
2433 delivered salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 7th BG, 88th RS.  Was one of the planes that arrived over 
Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.   To 11 th BG at Hickam Field Apr 30, 1942.  Force landed at Bellows Field May 18, 1942.
Repiared and transferred to 7th BG and 26th BS, 11th BG Espiritu santo and Henderson.  Damaged by H6K5 Mavis flying boat
over Guadalcanal Nov 21, 1942.  Returned to USA Sep 1, 1944.  To RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.
2434  delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1944.  Assigne to 7th BG, 88th RS.   Was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl 
Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.  Was able to land at Hickam Field.  
Crashed into sea near Cairns, North Queensland Aug 16, 1942 while on test flight for new flare-dropping
mechanism.  The device malfunctioned and a flare exploded inside the aircraft  Plane crashed into sea a
mile off Yorkeys Knob N o Carins, Queensland, killing all aboard.  Formally w/o Oct 31, 1944.
2435 (30th BS 19th BG) shot down Aug 2, 1942 near SW of Musa Point PNG.  8 KIA, 1 bailed out and survived.
Formally w/o Oct 31, 1944.
2436 delivered to McDill Dec 25, 1941; assigned to Project X Feb 29, 1942; RETUS Bolling Aug 16, 1942; transferred 
to Langley Jul 9, 1944; transferred to Selfridge Jul 6, 1945; transferred to RFC andsold for scrap at 
Altus Sep 24, 1945.
2437 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Dec 2, 1941; transferred to 11BG 98BS at Hickam Field, HI Oct 25,1942, 
WO Jun 15, 1944. Shown in a TV Documentary on Midway.
2438 to RCAF as Fortress II 9206.  Delivered to RCAF Dec 21, 1943. Purchased for use by No. 168 Heavy 
Transport Squadron, Rockcliffe, for mail flights to Europe and North Africa. SOC 7 June 1946.  Sold to 
Argentina as LV-RTO.  Scrapped in 1964.
2439 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Dec 2, 1941; assigned to Project X Feb 11, 1942; transferred to Mobile Nov 16, 1942; 
transferred to Sebring Jan 4, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at 
Kirtland, Albuquerque, NM Jun 15, 1945.  Also listed as crashlanding New Britain Aug 7, 1942 MACR 16020.
2440 (42nd BS) ditched off Duma Point Sept 24, 1942 due to fuel exhaustion.  Crew captured and
executed.  Wreck is still located there 60 feet underwater in failrly good condition.  Also listed as reclamation
completed Jul 15, 1946. and being named Calamity Jane.
2441 delivered to Salt Lake SAD Dec 3, 1941; transferred to 6AF at Howard, Panama Dec 27, 1941; transferred to 
Guatamala Mar 6, 1942; crashed into sea Jan 7, 1943.
2442 (11th BG, 42nd BS, "Yokohama Express") crashed Shortland Bay, Bougainville during
combat patrol Feb 2, 1943 in night and in rain.  MACR 16269.  9 KIA.
2443 delivered to McCord Dec 4, 1941; transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickam Field, HI Dec 15, 1941.  Crashed into cliffs of
Mount Keahiakahoe near the Nu'uanu Pali in Hawaii while returning from antisubmarine patrol Apr 5, 1942.  
All 11 on board killed.
2444 delivered to McCord Dec 4, 1941; transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickam Field, HI Oct 18, 1942; 
RETUS Oct 17, 1943.  W/O Oct 8, 1944.
2445 ("So Solly Please") delivered to Sacramento Dec 3, 1941; transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickam Field, HI 
Jul 22, 1942.  Tail torn off in taxi accident on Dec 9, 1942. W/O Jun 15, 1944.
2446 (7th BG, 22nd BS) abandoned in Papua New Guinea when crash-landed Feb 23, 1942 in swamp while
returning from a raid on Rabaul.  Crew walked away from the crash site
and were eventually returned to Port Moresby and were returned to
combat. Plane remained half-submerged in a swamp.  David Tallichet, the 
founder of MARC, has reportedly secured permission to recover this plane.  He was
denied permission by the PNG government to exercise salvage rights and sold the
salvage rights to Alfred Hagen.  Hagen and Robert Geinert in 2006 had wings and engines
removed and airlifted the fuselage to Lae, PNG.  Aircraft was impounded by the PNG
government and is currently sitting on the wharf at Lae.  In 2010 was seen on wharf at port of
Tauranga, New Zealand headed for USA.  It was shipped to USA.   It will be put on display at Reef Restaurant 
parking lot, Long Beach, CA.  Owner may have it restored to flying condition or have it displayed at
Pima Air And Space Museum.  Reported by AeroVintage as being in storage with Pacific Aviation Museum at
Ford Island, Hawaii having been stored at Chino 2010.
2447 (19th BG, 40th BS, "San Antonio Rose II") picked up Gen. MacArthur and family in Philippines Mar 25, 1942.  
Destroyed on ground Del Monte Field, PI Apr 12, 1942 during Royce mission.  Formally w/o Oct 31, 1944. 
2448 returned to USA Jul 8, 1944 and w/o Feb 9, 1945.
2449 (19th BG) damaged by strafing at Broome, Australia just after Java evacuation Mar 3, 1944
2450 (7th BG) wrecked and demolished in Guatemala Jan 8, 1942 while reinforcing FEAF
2451 (7th BG) crashlanded at Rio Mato, Guatemala when landing gear did not extend Jul 7, 1942.
Was on resupply mission to FEAF.  Returned to USA Jul 8, 1944.  To RFC Altus Aug 34, 1945. 
Center fuselage and wing sections reportedly used in 1969 in rebuild of B-17 44-83814.
2452 with 7th BG used in first MacArthur rescue attempt.  Survived Java Campaign, was in RAAF Pearce Mar 2, 1942, ex Broom Mar 2, 1942 
Crashlanded Aug 9, 1942 on beach  Malapla Island, New Guin ea.
2453 assigned 7th BG Java Jan 31, 1942, then with 19th BG Hickam Field.  Returned to USA Nov 19, 1942.  
Wrecked while taxying Pyota, Feb 19, 1943.  Damaged again Lockbourn Nov 26, 1943.  To RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945.
2454 (19th BG) destroyed on ground Mar 3, 1942, Broome, W. Australia following Java evacuation.
2455 arrived from USA via Africa Jan 26, 1942 at Sourabaya.  Transferred to 19th BG on Java.
Destroyed on ground Java Feb 20, 1942.  Salvaged.
2456 shot down at sea near Surabaya Feb 3, 1942.  MACR 16154.
2457 *Per Diem* survivied Java , went on to serve 435 BS May 42 out of 
Townsville.  Returned to USA Aug 2, 1944.  Reclaimation completed Oct 31, 1945.
2458 (43rd BG, 65th BS, *Yankee Diddler*) damaged by air action and crashlanded Pasiran Feb 8, 1942.  Flew to Sydney
on beer run, groundlooped Finchafen Jan 27, 1945.  Repaired but eventually written off at Brisbane Jan 1945.
2459 (7th BG) DBR on ground at Kendari, Java Jan 16, 1942 during strafing attack.  Burned by US Jan 16, 1942.
2460 arrived ex-Africa Route Jan 15, 1942.  On Jan 25, 1942 transferred to 19th BG on Java.
Landed at Bandjermasin, Java. Badly damaged and shot up. The 5th Bomber Command Journal reports that it was D
BR in a bombing raid [by the Japanese] at Andir, Java but repaired by the Dutch and flown to Point 
Cook [the pilot couldn’t find Laverton], Australia Mar 17, 1942.  Other sources have it arriving 
in Australia on 15 January 1942 via Africa.  19thBg records state per first.  
Repaired evacuated to Australia for repairs.  Had collision on ground at Horn Island 
Jul 27, 1942 with B-17E 41-2640. 41-2460 was repaired and flown to Mareeba, Australia, but survey 
had it reduced to spares.  
2461 (7th BG, 11th BS, *El Toro*) destroyed by strafing at Port Moresby Apr 25, 1942.
2462 reported strafed at Port Moresby, Australia on Dec 25, 1941. Repaired.  Named "Billy" when used as a hack for 
LT. GEN  Krueger of 6th Army.  WO Jun 3, 1945.  2462 (*Tojo's Jinx*) scrapped in New Guinea in 1945.
2463 (19th BG, "Yankee Doodle" then to 5th BG, 394th BS) crashed on
takeoff due to mechanical failure at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides
Aug 2, 1943.  2 killed.  Pilot was Gene Roddenberry, creator of
*Star Trek*
2464 (43rd BG, 64th BS) lost Jul 8, 1944 between Nazab PNG and Biak, Dutch New Guinea.  5 crew and 13
passengers lost.  MACR 6580.  No trace ever found.  Report that it returned to USA after 11th BG 
use in 1943 and was scrapped in 1946 seems to be in error.
2465 delivered to McDill Dec 30, 1941; assigned to Project X Jan 4, 1942; crashlanded 20 mi NE of Coalinga, 
California Mar 23, 1942.  . WO Jun 30, 1946.
2466 delivered Geiger Dec 25, 1941.  To 19th BG, 93rd BS Java Jan 21, 1942, then 7th BG.  Destroyed on ground at Malang, 
Java Feb 3, 1942.
2467 delivered to McChord Dec 22, 1941; transferred to Geiger Dec 27, 1942; transferred to Hamilton 
Jan 28, 1942; transferred to Hickam Feb 16, 1942; RETUS Oct 21, 1943.  WO Dec 4, 1943.
2468 delivered Sacramento Dec 20, 1941. Assigned 19th BG, 93rd BS Java Jan 18, 1942.  Arrived African 
Route Jan 19, 1942.  Transferred to 19thBG on Java.  Following 
raid, Jan 25, 1942, made wheels up landing on mudflats 15 miles N.E. of Bangkalan, Java. 
Abandoned.  May have been captured by Japanese forces and stripped for parts.
2469 delivered McChord Dec 23, 1941.  Assigned 93rd BS, 19th BG Java Jan 21, 1942.
Damaged and crash landed Arendis Is (Borneo) Feb 3, 1942.  Crew picked up by PBY
2470 Delivered McDill Jan 7, 1942. Assigned 19th BG, Malang, Java Jan 30, 1942.  Arrived via Africa 
route Jan 31, 1942 to Malang.  Strafed and burned Singoasri, Java Feb 3, 1942.  Salvaged
2471 Delivered McChord Dec 20, 1941.  Assigned 19th BG Java Jan 18, 1942.  Transferred to 
7th BG, 9th BS. Crashlanded Feb 8, 1942, Djokjakarta, Java and abandoned.  May have been rebuilt
by the Japanese.
2472 delivered McChord Dec 24, 1941.  Assigned to 7th BG Java Jan 15, 1942.  Transferred to
19th BG, 28th BS Australia, transferred to 43rd BG, 30th BS, transferred to 63rd BS.  Flew 212 missions 
between Jan 22, 1942 and Oct 5, 1943, serving with 7th, 19th and 43rd BG in Pacific.  Scrapped Oct 1944. 
2473 delivered to McChord Dec 24, 1941; assigned to Project X Dec 25, 1941; transferred to Langley Feb 9, 1942; 
transferred to Palm Beach Mar 11, 1942; transferred to Langley May 13, 1942; transferred to Olmstead 
Feb 1, 1943; transferred to Occident Apr 29, 1943; RETUS Mitchell Jun 8, 1943; transferred to Great 
Bend Jul 16, 1944; transferred to Chanute Dec 4, 1946; reclaimed for scrap Aug 20, 1946.
2474 delivered McChord Dec 23, 1941.  To 7th BG, Hawaii (Project X) Feb 29, 1942; Magpie Jun 12, 1942, transferred
Glen Jun 21, 1942 Oham 15th AF Jul 8, 1944.  damaged in landing accident at Bari-Palese, Italy Jan 7, 1944.
W/o Nov 12, 1944.
2475 delivered Sacramento dec 27, 1941.  Assigned 7th BG Langley Jan 4, 1942, McDill IJan 7, 1942.
(7th BG) crashed at McDill Field, FL Apr 20, 1942  Salvaged Aug 7, 1943.
2476 delivered McChord Dedc 24, 1941.  Assigned 19th BG Java Jan 26, 1942.  Transferred to
7th BG, 9th BS.  Shot down off Java Jan 29, 1942.  All crew KIA.
2477 delivered to Sacramento Dec 29, 1941; transferred to Langley Jan 3, 1942; assigned to Project X Jan 14, 1942; 
RETUS Tyndall Nov 12, 1943, converted to a RB-17Q; transferred to Atlanta Oct 6, 1944; transferred to 
Rome, NY Dec 12, 1944; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946.
2478 delivered Sacramento Dec 26, 1941.  Assigned to 19th BG Java Jan 28, 1942.  Transferred to 7th BG.
Strafed Singosari Feb 3, 1942.  Also reported as having crashed somewhere in Africa while on supply 
mission to FEAF
2479 delivered sacramento Nov 27, 1942.  Assigned 7th BG Langley Jan 7, 1942, to McDill Jan 16, 1942.
(7th BG) crashed into Atlantic Ocean between S. America and Africa Feb 20, 1942 while
on supply mission to FEAF
2480 delivered Sacramento Dec 26, 1942, to Portland Dec 29, 1941, to Langley Jan 3, 1942, to
McDill Jan 6, 1942.  Assigned to 19th BG Project X Jan 11, 1942.  (19th BG) destroyed on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942
2481 delivered Sacramento Dec 26, 1941.  Assigned to 19th BG, 30th BS Java Feb 14, 1942.  Transferred to 7th BG, then to
43rd BG, 63rd BS, then to 481 Service Squadron.  (43rd BG, 63rd BS, *Old Topper*) crashed on takeoff at 
Jackson Field, Port Moresby Aug 28, 1943.  W/o Oct 30, 1943.
2482 delivered to Sacramento Dec 26, 1941; assigned to Project X Jan 13, 1942; crashed on take off at Boeing 
Field Dec 20, 1942. Salvaged.
2483 delivered sacramento Dec 28, 1941.  Assigned to 6th BG, 9th BS Java Jan 31, 1942.  (19th BG, 7th BS) fell 
into spin and crashed Jan 16, 1942, Java.  Aslo reported as having been blown up on evacuation Feb 28, 1942.
2484 delivered Langley Dec 31, 1941.  Assigned 19th BG, 30th BS, Java Feb 9, 1942.  Transferred to
7th BG, 9th BS, then 43rd BG, 64th BS.  Strafed Singosari Feb 20, 1942 and salvaged
Also reported as (7th BG) crashlanded Feb 8, 1942, Malang and abandoned
2485 delivered to McChord Dec 31, 1941; transferred to Langley Jan 3, 1942; transferred to McDill Jan 6, 1942; 
assigned to Project X Mar 6, 1942; RETUS Tinker Jun 5, 1942; transferred to Des Moines Jul 22, 1944; 
transferred to Romulus Sep 1, 1944 transferred to Stout Nov 2, 1944; reclaimed for scrap Jun 29, 1945.
2486 delivered Langley Dec 31, 1941, assigned 43rd BG 64th BS Java Feb 7, 1942.  Used in
MacArthur's first rescue attempt.  Transferred to 19th BG, 30th BS at RAAF Pearce, Australia
Mar 1, 1942.  Then to 7th Bg, 9th BS Daly Waters, Australia May 1941.  Returned to USA Oct 1941.
To RFC Altus Oct 4,1945.  
2487 delivered to Langley Dec 30, 1941; transferred to Duncan Jan 19, 1942; transferred to Hamilton Jan 27, 1942; 
transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickham, HI Feb 21, 1942; transferred to 42BS Oct 28, 1944. WO Jun 11, 1944.
2488 delivered McChord Dec 30, 1941.  Assigned 19th BG, 30th BS Java Feb 6, 1942.  Transferred to 7th BG.
Destroyed on ground at Singosari, Java Feb 20, 1942.  Salvaged.
2489 (*Suzy Q*) delivered McDill Jan 4, 1942.  Assigned to 19th BG 93rd BS Java.  To 7th BG.  Took part in all Pacific
battles excdpt Midway, claimed 26 enemy aircraft.  Returned to USA Oct 23, 1942.  Involved in taxi accident
Mar 25, 1943.  Forced landing 5 mi N of Junction City, Kansas May 10, 1944.  Reduced to spares Jul 15, 1946.
2490 delivered Sacramenton Jan 10,1942.  (7th BG) crashed in field north of Pendleton Field, Oregon Jan 17, 1942
2491 delivered to Boeing SAD Jan 18, 1942; transferred to McDill Jan 23, 1942; transferred to Nasal
May 20, 1942; transferred to the Middle East Jul 11, 1943; transferred Central Arfica Jun-44 
RETUS Boeing Jun 17, 1944, modified  RB-17; WO Nov 30, 1944.
2492 delivered McDill Jan 4, 1942.  Assigned to 19th BG Java Feb 5, 1942, transferred to 7th BG, 9th BS.
Blew up in formation Feb 8, 1942, Java
2493 delivered Sacramento Jan 18, 1942. Assigned to 19th BG Java Feb 19, 1942.  Destroyed by 
bombing, Bandoeng, Java Feb 19, 1942.  Salvaged
2494 delivered to McDill Jan 3, 1942; transferred to 19BG Java Feb 7, 1942; crashlanded at Malang Feb 8, 1942. Salvaged.
2495 delivered to Portland Jan 14, 1942; transferred to McDill Jan 22, 1942; transferred to Palm Beach Apr 26, 1942; 
transferred to Sebring Sep 13, 1942; transferred to 2137 BU at Hendricks May 14, 1942.  Force landed Aug 16, 1943.
WO Jul 5, 1944.
2496 delivered to Patterson Jan 15, 1942; transferred to Wright Mar 1, 1942; transferred to Patterson Jun 17, 1942; 
transferred to Biggs May 15, 1943; transferred to 2511 BU Bryan Dec 5, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold 
for scrap at Walnut Ridge Oct 5, 1945.
2497 delivered Mcdill Jan 26, 1942.  Assigned to 19th BG, 30th BS Java Feb 17,1 942,  then 7th BG, 
transferred to 43rd BG, 30th BS, to 46TCS, 317th TCG.  (43rd BG, *Tojo's Nightmare*) crashed on 
approach to Horn Island Jan 24, 1943.
2498 delivered McDill Jan 3, 1942.  To 19th BG 305h BS Java.  (19th BG) damaged on ground at 
Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942.  Salvaged
2499 delivered to San Antonio Jan 10, 1942; tranferred to Nasal May 20, 1942; RETUS Hendricks Jun 14, 1943; 
transferred to 4121 BU Kelly Sep 23, 1944; transferred to 30 BU Kingman Oct 18, 1944; transferred to 
RFC and sold for scrap at Kirtland, Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.
2500 (19th BG) damaged on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942.
2501 Delivered Sacramento Jan 18k1942.  To McDill Jan 25, 1942.  Assigned to 7th BG but crashlanded in 
Java on delivery Feb 19, 1942
2502 Delivered Portaland Jan 14, 1942, assigned to 7th BG at McDill.  Badly damaged at McDill field while 
taxying Feb 3, 1942.  To Sebring Sep 6, 1942, Brookley Mar 25, 1943, Hendricks Apr 2,1 943.  3036 BU
Yuma Nov 13, 1943.  To RFC Albuquerque May 26, 1945.
2503 delivered McDill Jan 25, 1942.  Assigned 7th BG Java Feb 19, 1942.  Shot down by fighters in 
Buitenzong area, Java, Feb 19, 1942.
2504 delivered McDill Feb 6, 1942.  To West Palm Beach Feb 20,1 942.  To 6th AF Howard, Panama
Apr 4, 1942, to Guatamela Apr 15, 1942.  Canal patrol and antisub duties.   Returned to USA Nov 11, 1943.
To reclamation Feb 9, 1945.
2505 delivered Portland Jan 14, 1942.  First E-model with Sperry ball turret.  
Assigned to 7th BG, 9th BS Java.  Transferred to 19th BG, 30th BS
Feb 10, 1942.  Crashed into Mt Obree in New Guinea Apr 25, 1942.  8 KIA.  MACR 15500.  Wreck discovered in 1986.
2506 delivered Portland Jan 14, 1942, to McDill Jan 25, 1942.  Assigned 19th BG, then 7th BG.  Scrapped at 
Brisbane, Australia Oct 31, 1944.  Also reported as being used in Panama and returned to USA in 1943.
2507 delivered Jan 14, 1942, Assigned 19th BG 30th BS Java Feb 20, 1942, then to 7th BG.  Used in first
MacArthur rescue.  Force landed in sea off Del Monte Mar 23, 1942.  The 5th Bomber Command Journal 
reports that it crashed Mar 12, 1942 [Capt Godman was back in Australia by 17Mar42]. Location recorded 
as Illigan, Mindanao.
2508 delivered Albany Jan 24, 1942, to McDill Jan 30, 1942, to Sebring Feb 3,1942.  Destroyed by strafing 
Broome, W. Aust after Java evacuation Mar 3, 1942.  Also listed on USAAF records as crash landing at Maxwell 
AAF  Mar 13, 1942.  To Hendricks May 13, 1942.  Forced landing Jul 11, 1943.  W/o Oct 5, 1944
2509 delivered Albany Jan 33, 1942, McDill Jan 30, 1942, Sebring Feb 3, 1942.  Wrecked at Hendricks Field, FL 
May 16, 1942 in landing accident.  To RFC Albuquerque Jun 15, 1945.
2510 delivered Albany Jan 22, 1942, to Sebring Jan 30, 1942, McDill Feb 5, 1942, Hendricks Mar 4, 1942.
Wrecked at Hendricks Field, FL Apr 18, 1942 in landing accident.  
2511 delivered Albany Jan 22,1 942, to Sebring Jan 23, 1942, to McDill Feb 13, 1942.  Tranferred to
Hendricks Field.  Wrecked at Hendricks Field, FL May 15, 1942 after structural failure.  W/o May 3, 1944
2512 delivered Cheyenne Jan 27, 1942.  To RCAF at Dorval, Montreal Mar 13, 1942.  To Great Britain for defense
aid.  Force landed Hendricks Field, Sepbring Apr 15, 1943.
2513 to RAF as FK184.  Delivered Cheyenne Jan 27, 1942.  Via RCAF Dorval Mar 14, 1942, Gander Mar 31, 1942, to
Prestwick Apr 1, 1943 as RAF FK184 to 206 SQ, Benbecula, Scotland Aug 14, 1952.  251 Sq Reykjavik,
Iceland Mar 11, 1945.  SOC Jul 26, 1945.
2514 to RAF as FK185.  Delivered Ogden Jan 23, 1942, to Cheyenne Feb 15, 1942, to RCAF Dorval Mar 24,1 942, Gander
Apr 23, 1942, prestwick Apr 24, 1942 as RAF FK185 to 220 Squadron, Ballykelly Jul 14, 1942.  To Boscombe
Down to be fitted with experimental Briston B16 nose turret with 40 mm Vickers S gun.  Convertdd
back to original configuration and transferred to 251 Sq Reykjavik, Iceland Mar 11, 1945.  SOC Jul 10, 1945.
2515 to RAF as FK186.  Delivered Ogden Jan 23, 1942, to Cheyenne Mar 2, 1942, Wayne Co. Apr 5 1942, To
RCAF Dorval Apr 8, 1942, Goose Bay to Reykjavik Apr 9, 1942.  To Prestwick Jun 25, 1942.  to 220 squadron, to
206 Sq, 220 Sq Mar 19, 1944.  SOC Jun 13, 1945.
2516 to RAF as FK187.  Delivered Ogden Jan 20, 1942, Cheyenne Mar 2, 1942, RCAF Dorval Mar 24, 1942, Gander Apr 5, 1942,
Prestwick Apr 6, 1942.  To A&AEE Boscombe Down for trials Apr 24, 1942.  Then Thornaby, Yorkshire. SOC Jul 4, 1945.
2517 to RAF as FK188. Delivered Ogden Jan 23,1 942, Cheyenne Feb 15, 1942, RCAF Dorval Mar 19,1 942, Gander-
Prestwidck Apr 6, 1942.  To 59 Sq Thomabuy, Yorkshire, 220 Sq, 519 Sq.   SOC Sep 10, 1945 after inflight 
engine failure Apr 18, 1945.
2518 to RAF as FK189.  Delivered Ogden Jan 23, 1942, Cheyenne Feb 15, 1942, Wright Mar 24,1 942, Wayne Col Oct 10,1 942,
Gander-Prestwick Nov 4, 1942,  To 220 Sq then to Lagens, Azores.  Damaged beyond repair when engine caught fire
after takeoff from Lagens Jul 26, 1944.
2519 to RAF as FK190.  Del Ogden Jan 25, 1942; Cheyenne Feb 10, 1942; Wayne Co. Mar 31, 1942; RCAF Dorval Apr 1, 1942;
Gander-Prestwick 16/4/42 RAF [FK190]; to Royal Aircraft Estab. LRASV trials May3, 1942, fitted with
‘stickleback’ aerials and all-white finish; 206 Sq (VX-1J) Benbecula, Scot., 220 Sq (NR-?) Lagens, Azores
Ap4 27, 1944; SOC Jun 13, 1945.
2520 Del Ogden 1/20/42; Cheyenne 4/9/42; Lowry 5/5/42; Hamilton 5/27/1942; slated RAF but
trans 23BS/5BG Hawaii 5/28/42; t/o Carney Fd, Guadalcanal 7/27/1943 to attack Kahili Fd, Buin, w/Major
Berton Burns [23BS CO], cp-Capt Roy Ballah, damaged by Japanese nighter fighter but returned to base OK;
tran 26BS/11BG ; Ret to US 9/2/1944; Recl Comp 8/14/45. JAP HAPPY.
2521 Del Ogden 1/25/42; Hill 2/18/42; Cheyenne 4/12/42; Lowry 5/8/42; Hamilton 5/29/42;
slated RAF but trans 72BS/5BG Hawaii 5/30/42; fate unknown after 6/15/44. Salvaged Hawaii Aug 10, 1944.
2522 Del Ogden Jan 25, 1942, Cheyenne Mar 21, 1942, Wayne Co Apr 11, 1942.  To RAF as FK191.  206 Sq 
Benbecula, Scotland, 220 Sq Aldergrove.  Sunk U-871 Sep 12, 1944.  Overshot landing at Gosport, England 
Dec 28, 1944, SOC Mar 8, 1945.
2523 del Ogden Jan 30, 1942, slated for RAF but trnasferred to 11th BG, 98th BS Hawaii.  Transferred to
5th BG, 72nd BS.  On Ops for 38 days, ditched off Russell Island Mar 20, 1943, all crew rescued.
Salvaged in Hawaii Aug 10, 1944.
2524 del Ogden Jan 20,1 942, Hill Feb 15, 1942, Cheyenne Apr 12, 1942, Lowry May 2, 1942, Hamilton May 23, 1942.
Slated for RAF but transferred to 11th BG, 26th BS in Hawaii May 23, 1942.  Was at Midway before the battle.  
Returned to USA Brookley Dec 8, 1942, Hendricks Aug 28, 1944.  To RFC May 22, 1945 and salvaged.
2525 del Ogden Jan 25, 1942, Hill Feb 15,1 942, Cheyenne Apr 11,1 942, Lowry May 5, 1942, Hamilton May 27, 1942
Slated for RAF but transferred to 11th BG, 98th BS Hawaii.  Transferred to 5th BG, 31st BS.  Three Japanese
aircraft credited plus one warship sunk during Battle of Midway.  (5th BG, 31st BS) lost Jun 10, 1943,
Papua New Guinea.  MACR 799
2526 del Ogden Jan 25, 1942, Hill Feb 15, 1942, Cheyenne Mar 30, 1942, Wayne Co Apr 17, 1942.  To RCAF Dorval
Apr 22, 1942.  To Gande-Prestwick May 10, 1942.  To RAF as FK193.  220 Sq.  SOC Jun 12, 1945. 
2527 del Ogden Jan 25,1942, Portland Jan 27, 1942, Ogden Feb 17, 1942, Cheyenned Apr 10,1 942,
Lowry May 6, 1942.  Slated for RAF but transferred to 11th BG, 431st BS Hawaii May 21,1 942.
Transferred to 26th BS.  Flak Damage over Eastern Solomons Jun 10, 1944. Salvaged in Hawaii Aug 10, 1944
2528 del Patterson Jan 25, 1942, Wright Feb 15, 1942, Tallahassee Mar 13, 1942, Eglin Mar 18, 1942.
Wright field.  Force landed at Saginaw, Michigan Apr 28, 1942.  Repaired and transferred to Patterson,
Ohio Jul 29, 1942.  To Alamogordo Aug 21,1 942, to Biggs Sep 7, 1942, to Alamogordi Oct 2, 1942, to Boise Nov 10, 1942.
Wrecked at Columbus, OH May 23, 1943, drag link failure.  Repaired and put back into service.  Forcelanded
Aug 22, 1943.  To RFC at Altus Sep 6, 1945.
2529 del Patterson Jan 25,1 942, Lowry Feb 27, 1942, SAAD May 16, 1943.  To 5th BG, 72nd BS Aug 8, 1942.
Reported MIA in Midway battle Jun 5,1942.  Also reported lost on ferry flight to Australia May 5, 1942
2530 del Cheyenne Jan 27, 1942, Sebring May 15, 1942, Hendricks Apr 3, 1943.  Wrecked at Hendricks Field, FL 
Jul 30, 1943 due to landing gear failure.  to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 24, 1945.
2531 ("Buzz "King) delivered to Sebring Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 14, 1945; transferred to Wendover 
May 27, 1942. W/0 at Unnijakee AAF, Fl May 23, 1944.
2532 Delivered to Sebring Mar 8, 1942; transferred to Brookley Feb 11, 1942; transferred to Hendricks 
Feb 25, 1942; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Oct 9, 1945.
2533 delivered to Sebring Mar 8, 1943; transferred to Hendricks (date unknown) and believed to be lost in Gulf of Mexico 
Apr 15, 1942. WO Apr 21, 1942.
2534 delivered to Sebring 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 20, 1942; transferred to Elgin Nov 29, 1942; 
crashlanded at Hendricks Field, FL Apr 10, 1942, repaired/  W.o Jul 7, 1943 at Hendricks Field, FL.  Salvaged Feb 5, 1944.
2535 deliverd to McDill Jan 23, 1942; transferred to Tucson Jan 31, 1942; assigned to 10AF at Nasal May 20, 1942; 
RETUS New Castle May 29, 1942; transferred to Wilmington Aug 30, 1942. WO Jun 5, 1944.
2536 delivered to McDill Jan 29, 1942; assigned to 19BG 28BS in Hawaii Mar 1942; transferred to 43BG Melbourne 
(date unknown); damaged at Rabual Aug 7, 1942.  Lost Nov 22, 1942, 60 miles off coast of Lae, PNG whilst 
attacking Japanese destroyers. Burst into flames and crashed into sea
2537 delivered to Wright Field Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Midland Jan 5, 1943; transferred to Wright Jan 21, 1943; 
transferred to Biggs Mar 10, 1943; transferred to Oklahoma City Apr 23, 1943; transferred to Wright 
Apr 29, 1943. Reclaimed for scrap Mar 20, 1946.
2538 delivered to Geiger Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Tucson Feb 7, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 1, 1942; 
transferred to Salt Lake City Jun 1, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 10, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 12, 1942; transferred to Memphis Sep 6, 1942; transferred to 
Pyote Jan 14, 1943; transferred to Barksdale Feb 27, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap
t Albuquerque Jul 14, 1945.
2539 delivered to Wright Field Jan 26, 1942; transferred to Muroc Jul 12, 1942; transferred to Wright Jul 17, 1942; 
transferred to Boling Dec 10, 1942; transferred to Wright Mar 26, 1943 participated in mid-air refueling 
test at Elgin Apr 24, 1943; transferred to Tinker May 13, 1943., transferred to RFC and sold for scrap 
at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945.
2540 caught fire and belly-landed in pasture near Clearview Airport, TX Apr 29, 1943.  None of the
22 people on board were seriously injured.  Plane was on a war bond tour, although
it was not a combat veteran.  Airframe was transported to Love Field, broken down 
for spares and SOC May 8, 1943.
2541 Delivered to Geiger Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Tucson Feb 7, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 4, 1942; transferred 
to Westover May 23, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 10, 1942; transferred to Biggs Aug 29, 1942; transferred 
to Alamogordo Oct 2, 1942; crashed and burned Oct 6, 1942.  Salvaged
2542 delivered to Geiger Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Tucson Feb 10, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 4, 1942; transferred to 
Wendover Jun 10, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Sep 16, 1942;transferred to McCord Nov 20, 1942; 
transferred to Oklahoma City Dec 2, 1942; transferrred to Hill Jan 3, 1943; transferred to Napier 
Mar 3, 1943; transferrred to Hendricks Mar 13, 1943.  WO Jul 5, 1944.
2543 delivered to Tucson Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Geig Feb 12, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 9, 1942; 
transferred to Dover May 12, 1942; transferred to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 22, 1942; 
transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 20, 1942; transferred to Topeka 
Oct 28, 1942, transferred to Sioux Falls Nov 21, 1942, transferred Smyrna Feb 28, 1943.  W/o Nov 18, 1943.
2544 delivered to McDill Feb 13, 1942; assigned to 6AF Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Guatamala Apr 15, 1942; 
transferred to SAAD Jul 3, 1942; transferred to San Antonio Nov 8, 1942; transferred to Guatamala 
Dec 1, 1943; RETUS at Tinker Jul 8, 1944; transferred to FC and sold for scrap 
at Walnut Ridge Sep 14, 1945.
2545 delivered Tucson Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Geiger Feb 12, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne Apr 12, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover May 8, 1942;transferred to Ogden Aug 10, 1942; transferred to Pocatello 
Nov 6, 1942; transferred to Boise Dec 20, 1942; transferred to Locburn Feb 21, 1943; wrecked in a taxi 
accident with a truck at McDill Sep 17, 1943 when the brakes failed; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap 
at Walnut Ridge Dec 12, 1945.
2546 (339th BS/96th BG) crew bailed out near Randolph, UT Nov 29, 1942 due to engine problems.
2547 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to 34BG at Tucson May 4, 1942; transferred to Rapid City 
Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Jan 14, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Apr 9, 1943. transferred to 
RFC and sold for scrap at Albuquerque Jul 17, 1945.
2548 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 17, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City 
Jun 24, 1942; transferred to Biggs Oct 20, 1942; transferred to Pueblo Jan 28, 1943. Reclaimed as 
scrap Oct 19, 1945.
2549 delivered to Pendleton Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 15, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne 
Apr 5, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 9, 1942; transferred to Ogden Jul 10, 1942; transferred to 
Alamogordo Aug 20, 1942; transferred to Biggs Nov 5, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Apr 3, 1943. 
WO Sep 1, 1944.
2550 delivered to Pendleton Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 25, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo 
Jun 19, 1942; transferred to St. Joseph Dec 21, 1942; transferred to Shville May 1, 1943; transferred 
to Presque Is Jul 1, 1943; transferred to Flushing Dec 20, 1943; to RFC and sold for scrap at Bush Field 
Jun 6, 1945.
2551 delivered to Pendleton Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Boise Mar 20, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 19, 1942; 
transferred to Alamogordo Jun 19, 1942. W/o at Alamogordo Prov. Air Base, NM Jul 21, 1942. experienced 
taxi accidents at Hill Feb 23, 1942 and Gowen Feb 26, 1942.
2552 delivered to Pendleton Feb 4, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 18, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 3, 1942; 
transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Bowman, KY Jun 29, 1942; transferred to Boise 
Aug 20, 1942; transferred to Lockburn Mar 22, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Aug 20, 1945.
2553 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Boise Mar 30, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 6, 1942; 
transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to 
Wendover Jul 21, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Sebring Sep 12, 1942; 
transferred to Hillsboro Jun 23, 1943; transferred to Sebring Jul 4, 1943; transferred to RFC and
sold for scrap) at Albuquerque Jun 28, 1945.
2554 delivered to Pandleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City Mar 27, 1942; transferred to Wendover 
Apr 8, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 14, 1942; transferred to Wendover May 28, 1942; transferred to 
Ogden Jul 28, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 1, 1942, transferred to Biggs Aug 19, 1942; transferred to
Boise Sep 14, 1942; transferred Gowen Jan 31, 1943; transferred to Hendricks Aug 11, 1943.  W/o Jul 11, 1944.
2555 Delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Tucson May 23, 1942; transferred to Geiger May 30, 1942; 
crashed on take-off Aug 20, 1942. Salvaged.
2556 (330th BG) crashed on takeoff at Alamogordo, NM Aug 10, 1942
2557 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Geiger Apr 1942; transferred to Tucson May 26, 1942; transferred 
to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; transferred to Muroc Jul 5, 1942; transferred to Geiger Sep 1, 1942; transferred to 
Boise Oct 8, 1942; transferred to Pueblo Jan 11, 1943; To RFC and sold for scrap. 
at Altus Sep 14, 1945.
2558 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942, transferred to Cheyenne May 14, 1942; transferred to Wright Jun 15, 1942; 
transferred to Blythe Jul 2, 1942; transferred Geiger Sep 1, 1942; transferred to Topeka Sep 28, 1942; 
transferred to Oklahoma City Nov 27, 1942; transferred to Lockburn Mar 30, 1943; crashed Jun 22, 1943. Salvaged.
2559 delivered Pendleton Feb 5, 1942, crashed south of field on Mar 16, 1942 
2560 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; transferrred to Boise 9-Feb 5, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City Jun 23, 1942; 
transferred to Biggs Sep 13, 1942; transferred to Lockburn May 1, 1943; to RFC and sold for scrap) at Altus 
Sep 4, 1945.
2561 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; crashed south of Gowen Field Mar 16, 1942. Salvaged.
2562 delivered to Pendleton Feb 5, 1942; crashed 15 miles NW of field Mar 26, 1942. Salvaged.
2563 delivered to Pendleton Feb 6, 1942; transferred to Boise Feb 19, 1942; transferred to Ogden Sep 3, 1942; 
transferred to Oklahoma City Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jan 5, 1943; transferred to 
Lockburn Apr 9, 1943.  W/O Mar 11, 1944 at Lockbourne AAB, OH
2564 delivered to Pendleton Feb 6, 1942; transferred to Chyenne May 2, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jun 18, 1942; 
assigned to 305BG at Muroc Jul 5, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Sep 6, 1942; transferred to Rapid City 
Oct 1, 1942; transferred to Topeka Nov 18, 1942; transferred to Hendricks May 15, 1943; transferred to 
Relclaimation Finance Center (RFC-sold for scrap) at Alubuquerque Aug 8, 1945.
2565 delivered to 34BG Pendleton, OR Feb 6, 1942; crashed SW of field at Meacham Apr 3, 1942, 6 dead including pilot.  Salvaged
2566 delivered to McDill Feb 6, 1942, crashed 6 miles W of Orlando AB, FL after collision with a P-40, Apr 20, 1942, all killed. 
Salvaged.
2567 delivered to Pendleton Feb 6, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne Apr 9, 1942; transferred to Tucson May 12, 1942; 
transferred to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; transferred to Muroc Jul 5, 1942; transferred to St. Joseph 
Aug 9, 1942; transferred to AD Sep 8, 1942; transferred to St. Joseph Oct 1, 1942; transferred to 
Gore Field Aug 17, 1943; Relclamation Finance Center (RFC-sold for scrap) at Stillwater Aug 25, 1945.
Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
2568 delivered to Barksdale Feb 9, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 23, 1942; transferred to Boise 
Jun 21, 1942; transferred to McCord Jul 20, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 12, 1942; transferred to 
Oklahoma City Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Pyote Jan 11, 1943; transferred to Tinker Jan 31, 1943; 
transferred to Lockburn mar 30, 1943; To Relclaimation Finance Center (RFC-sold for scrap) at Albuquerque 
Jul 12, 1945.
2569 (40th BG, 395th BS) damaged in landing accident at Rio Hato, Panama Apr 10, 1943
2570 delivered to McDill Feb 11, 1942; transferred to 97BG at Sarasota Mar 29,1942; transferred to McDill Apr 29, 1942; 
transferred to Sarasota Jun 23, 1942; transferred to Bangor Jun 29, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 17, 1942; 
transferred to Westover Aug 3, 1942; transferred to Sebring Dec 28, 1942; Relclaimation Finance Center 
(RFC-sold for scrap) at Albuquerque Aug 9, 1945.
2571 delivered to McDill Feb 17, 1942; transferred to Chetenne May 13, 1942; transferred to Sarasota Jun 20, 1942; 
transferred to Westover Jun 28, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 14, 1942; transferred to Ogden 
Aug 4, 1942; transferred to Rapid City Oct 17, 1942; transferred to Pocatello Nov 6, 1942; transferred to 
Oklahoma City Dec 6, 1942; transferred to Gowen Feb 7, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Mar 31, 1943; transferred 
to Columbus Apr 27, 1943.  W/o May 21, 1945.
2572 delivered to McDill Feb 17, 1942; transferred to Sarasota Jun 25, 1942; transferred to Westover Jun 28, 1942; 
assigned to 306BG 369BS at Wendover Jul 14, 1942; transferred to Wesotover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to 
Sebring Sep 24, 1942; transferred to Bolling Jan 12, 1943; transferred to Hendircks Apr 29, 1943; 
reclaimed for scrap 29-Jan 29, 1946.
2573 delivered to Barksdale Feb 7, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 1, 1942; transferred to Orlando Jun 22, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover Aug 6, 1942; transferred to Boise Dec 31, 1942; transferred to Hendricks 
Mar 25, 1943.  Relclaimation Finance Center (RFC-sold for scrap) at Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945.
2574 in midair collision and crashed near Arcadia, FL Jun 21, 1945
2575 delivered to McDill Feb 14, 1942; crashlanding Apr 20, 1942. Salvaged
2576 delivered Barksdale Feb 8, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 10, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Jul 30, 1942; 
transferred to Rapid City Oct 1, 1942; transferred to Pocatello Nov 6, 1942; transferred to Topeka Dec 12, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover Jan 6, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Mar 30, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap
at Altus Aug 18, 1945.
2577 delivered to Barksdale Feb 9, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 10, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla 
Jun 29, 1942; transferred to Pendleton Aug 11, 1942; transferrred to Boise Oct 26, 1942; transferred 
to Topeka Jan 1, 1943; Assigned to 384BG at Wendover Jan 2, 1943; to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus 
Oct 9, 1945.
2578 (340th BS, 97nd BG, *Butcher Shop*) participated in first 8th AF heavy bomber mission to the Rouen/Sotteville 
marshalling yards on Aug 17, 1942.  Flown by Maj Paul Tibbetts, the same airman who flew the 
"Enola Gay" and dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan Aug 6, 1945.  The 97th BG records indicate that Col 
Frank A. Armstrong was listed as the pilot, but Tibbetts maintains that he was at the controls during the raid. 
The aircraft was transferred to 92nd BG, 326th BS at Bovington Aug 25, 1942; transferred to 457th BG at 
Glatton Mar 3, 1944; transferred to 20th FG, 77th FS at Kings Cliffe in summer 1944 and became a hack for 
Col. Wilson, renamed "The Big Tin Bird".  Salvaged in UK Aug 6, 1945.
Led the first B-17 raid in the European Theatre Aug 17, 1942.
2579 delivered to Barksdale Feb 8, 1942; transferred to McDill Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 18, 1942; transferred 
to March Nov 15, 1942; transferred to Tinker Feb 4, 1943; transferred to Gowen Feb 24, 1943; transferred to 
Lockburn Mar 21, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
2580 delivered to McDill Feb 14, 1942; assigned to 97BG Sarasota Mar 29, 1942; transferred to Bangor Jun 26, 1942; 
transferred to Muroc Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Sep 5, 1942; assigned to 96th BG at Pocatello 
Nov 6, 1942; transferred to Gowen Feb 15, 1943; transferred to Hill Mar 20, 1943; transferred to Lockburn 
Jun 23, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
2581 to RCAF as 9207.  Delivered to RCAF Feb 2, 1944. Purchased for use by No. 168 Heavy Transport Squadron, Rockcliffe, 
for mail flights to Europe and North Africa.  Crashed at Prestwick Apr 2, 1944.  Seen to climb steeply and stall and spin 
under full power, shortly after take-off from Prestwick for Canada. Destroyed by post impact fire.
2582 delivered to Pendleton Feb 18, 1942; transferred to Tucson May 12, 1942; transferred to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; 
transferred to Alamogordo Aug 16, 1942; transferred to Boise Nov 13, 1942; transferred to Hendricks 
Apr 3, 1943; transferred to Yuma Oct 18, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.
2583 delivered to McDill Feb 17, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 8, 1942; transferred to Boise Jun 21, 1942; 
transferred to Ogden Jul 17, 1942; transferred to Gowen Feb 17, 1943; transferred to Locburn Apr 1, 1943; 
transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Sep 12, 1945.
2584 delivered to Barksdale Feb 20, 1942; transferred to McDill Mar 13, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 21, 1942; 
transferred to Boise Jun 27, 1942; collided with another B-17 in a taxi accident at Gowen Field, ID Sep 26, 1942. Salvaged.
2585 delivered to Barkdale Feb 21, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 15, 1942; transferred to Boise Jun 21, 1942; 
transferred to Eglin Aug 10, 1942; transferred to Oklahom City Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Pueblo Jan 5, 1943; 
transferred to Lockburn Mar 11, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at 
Altus Sep 6, 1945.
2586 collided with 41-9094 and crashed into a mountain in the Aleutians Jan 21, 1943
2587 delivered Barksdale Feb 22, 1942, to McDill Mar 1,1 942, to Sarasota with 97th BG Mar 29, 1942, to 
McDill Apr 18, 1942, to Cheyenne May 21, 1942.  Force landed at Orlando Jun 11, 1942.  To
Walla Walla Aug 7, 1942.  Force landing at Pendleton, Oregon Aug 17, 1942.  To Rapid City Oct 1, 1942,
to Pocatello with 96th BG Nov 4, 1942, to Hendricks Mar 24, 1943.  Crashed Dec 27, 1943 1/2 mi N of 
Hendricks AAB, FL.  All 6 onboard killed.
2588 delivered to McDill Feb 28, 1942; assigned to 97BG 340BS at Sarasota Mar 29, 1942; crashlanding at 
Presque Isle Jun 28, 1942. Salvaged - parts used on B-17 41-9022.
2589 delivered to Barksdale Feb 21, 1942; transferred to McDill Mar 5, 1942; transferred to Boise Jun 21, 1942; 
transferred to Yuma Oct 18, 1942; crashlanded at Gowen when undercarriage collapsed Nov 20, 1942, repaired; 
transferred to Hendricks Mar 31, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Albuquerque Jun 10, 1945.
2590 delivered to McDill Feb 24, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 14, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Jun 26, 1942; 
transferred to Eglin Aug 3, 1942; transferred to Wright Sep 25, 1942; transferred to Lockburn Apr 22, 1943; 
transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Oct 18, 1945.
2591 delivered to Pendleton Feb 24, 1942; transferred to Tucson May 12, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 19, 1942; 
transferred to Biggs Nov 7, 1942; transferred to Boise Jan 9, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Feb 24, 1943; 
transferred to Atlanta Aug 11, 1943; transferred to RFC sold for scrap) at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
2592 delivered to Pendleton Feb 24, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 6, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo 
Jun 19, 1942; transferred to Eglin Aug 18, 1942; transferred to Pyote Jan 11, 1943; crashed and then 
WO Feb 22, 1943.
2593 delivered McDill Feb 24, 1942,  Assigned to 91st BG at Walla Walla Kim 21. 1942.  Converted Jun 1942 to XC-108, special 
transport for General MacArthur.  Carried the name *Bataan*. All armament except nose
and tail guns deleted, extra windows were fitted, and the interior was fitted out as a flying office.  Later
used by Gen. Eichelberger as "Miss EM".  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945.
2594 deliverd to McDill Feb 24, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 23, 1942; assigned to 91BG at Walla Walla Jun 21, 1946; 
transferred to Pocatello Nov 6, 1943; assigned to 19BG at Pyote Jan 11, 1943; assigned to 1497 AF Group at 
Lockburn Feb 25, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap) at Walnut Ridge Nov 13, 1945
2595 delivered to McDill Feb 28, 1942, to 97th BG at Sarasota Mar 29, 1942, to Ogden Jul 7, 1942.  To 383rd BG
at Ainsworth Mar 19, 1943.  To Wright Patterson Field Aug 17, 1943.  In 1944 converted to XC-108A, experimental cargo transport.  
Bomb doors were sealed shut, armament was removed, solid hinged nose piece, and large cargo door 
cut into rear fuselage. Used to fly materials over the Hump and returned to USA Oct 1944.  Ended up 
in pieces on the dump at Dow Field in Maine.  Sold for scrap Dec 26, 1945 but 
remained substantially intact.  Purchased by Mike Kellner 1985.   This airframe is in storage in
pieces at Galt, Illinois awaiting restoration.  Now at Morengo, Illionis being slowly restored back to B-17E
standard.  The name "Desert Rat" was found during paint stripping and will be used for the restored aircraft.
2596 delivered to McDill Feb 24, 1942; assigned to 97BG at Sarasota Mar 29, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jun 28, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 20, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Aug 20, 1942; assigned to 
F Squadron at Hendricks Feb 19, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap) at 
Albuquerque May 26, 1945.
2597 delivered to McDill Feb 20, 1942, missing with crew May 6, 1942, believed to have crashed into the Gulf of Mexico.
2598 delivered to Barksdale Feb 24, 1942; assigned to 97BG at Sarasota Mar 29, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla 
Jun 28, 1942, crashed and burned at the base Jul 15, 1942. Salvaged.
2599 ("Tugboat Annie") deliverd to Lowry Feb 26, 1942; transferred to Hamilton Jun 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG/96BS 
at Hickam, Hawaii Aug 1942; transferred to 43BG/65BS, ditched at sea Jan 16, 1943. took part in the Battle 
of Midway.
2601 delivered to Tucson Feb 24, 1942; transferred to west Palm Beach Apr 29, 1942; transferred to 29BG at Boise 
Sep 22, 1942, damaged in a ground collision with another B-17 Jun 19, 1942, repaired; transferred to 
Hendircks Mar 23, 1943.  WO Nov 21, 1944.
2602 delivered to Tucson Feb 25, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Apr 29, 1942; assigned to 12AF at St. Donat, Algeria 
Apr 29, 1943; RETUS to Memphis Apr 10, 1944; transferred to Morrision Jul 8, 1944; transferred to 
RFC and sold for scrap at Bush Field Jun 2, 1945.
2603 converted to TB-17E.  Del Tucson 26/2/42; Muroc 5/7/42; Eglin 18/8/42; ass 411BS/29BG Gowen 25/6/42;
Geiger 2/9/42; Boise 1/12/42; w/Chris Honaker in slight mid air collision w/41-9181 over Gowen 15/1/43;
repaired, . to Lockbourn 21/4/43; forced landing atLockbourne AAB, OH  Jan 23, 1945;  To  RFC Altus 9/10/45
2604 (306th BG) crashed 10 mi SSE of Wendover Field, UT Jul 8, 1942.  All aboard killed.
2605 delivered to McDill Feb 28, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 21, 1942; transferred to Edgewood Oct 18, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover Feb 4, 1943; transferred to Hendricks Mar 31, 1943.  WO Jul 5, 1944.
2607 delivered to Mcdill Feb 26, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 1, 1942; transferred to Sarasota Jun 23, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover Jul 15, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942.  WO Mar 26, 1943.
2608 to RAF as FK195.  Soc Apr 27, 1944.
2609 delivered to Lowry May 8, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne Mar 25, 1942; transferred to Wayne, Colorado Apr 14, 1942; 
transferred to RCAF at Dorval Apr 20, 1942 then sent to Great Britain.
2610 delivered to Ogden Feb 22, 1942, originally slated for RAF as KH998 but sent to Cheyenne instead Mar 27, 1942; 
assigned to 7AF at Hickham, Hawaii May 22, 1942.  WO Jun 15, 1944.
2611 was at Midway Island before the battle
2612 delivered to Odgen Feb 22, 1942, originally slated for RAF but sent to Lowry instead May 4, 1942; assigned to 
7AF at Hickham, Hawaii May 26, 1942.  WO Jun 15, 1944.
2613 delivered to Ogden Feb 22, 1942, originally slated for RAF but sent to Cheyenne instead May 29, 1942; assigned 
to 7AF at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 3, 1942.  WO Oct 31, 1944.
2614 to RAF as FK199. SOC Jun 14, 1945.
2615 to RAF as FK192.  SOC Sep 18, 1945.
2616 ("The Blue Goose") delivered to Ogden Feb 22, 1942, originally slated for RAF but assigned instead to 11BG/96BS at Hickam, 
Hawaii May 24, 1942; hit by flak over Guadalcanal Sep 29, 1942. Aircraft was painted blue all over.
2617 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii May 13, 1942; crashed on takeoff at 
Port Moresby Aug 7, 1942.  WO Oct 31, 1944.
2618 to RAF as FK201.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Aldergrove,
Northern Ireland Jun 22, 1945.  SOC.
2619 to RAF as FK200.  SOC Apr 25, 1945.
2620 to RAF as FK194.  SOC Jul 28, 1945.
2621 "Daylight Limited" 28th BS crashlanded at Mareeba, North Queensland Aug 26, 1942.
2622 to RAF as FK198.  Struck on ground by another Fortress Apr 9, 1944. SOC.
2623 to RAF as FK196.  SOC Oct 30, 1945.
2624 delivered to Ogden Mar 1, 1942, originally slated for RAF but transferred to Cheyenne instead Mar 27, 1942; transferred 
to Lowry May 13, 1942; crashed 10 miles north of Wendover May 15, 1942 because pilot lost control in a 
snowstorm, the crew all baled out and were found, but pilot was never found.
2625 to RAF as FK197.  SOC Oct 30, 1945.
2626 (92nd BG) crashed during attempted forced landing at Gatwick, England Oct 9, 1942.
2627 scrapped Oct 1944
2628 delivered to McDill Mar 1, 1942; damaged in a taxi accident with another aircraft Apr 19, 1942, repaired and assigned 
to 97BG/341BS at Polebrook in Apr 1942; transferred to 92BG at Bovington Aug 1942; transferred to the Combat 
Crew Replacement Center at Bovington Jan 1943; RETUS to 4104 BU at Rome, NY Aug 25, 1944. Reclaimed for 
scrap Aug 14, 1945.
2629 delivered to McDill Mar 7, 1942, Assigned to 97BG/340BS at Polebrook, UK late Mar 1942; transferr to 100BG at 
Thorpe Abbotts, UK, early 1943; transferred to 92BG Bovington, UK late 1943; RETUS to 121 BU Bradley 
Jul 5, 1945; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Aug 6, 1945.
2630 delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1943; transferred to Sacramento Apr 11, 1942; assigned to 7AF at Hickham, 
Hawaii Apr 16, 1942; transferred to Nandi, Fiji Islands Dec 27, 1942; transferred to RFC and sold for 
scrap at Altus Sep 10, 1945.
2631 crash landing Charters Towers, North Queensland, Australia May 7, 1942.
2632 was at Midway Island before the battle.
2633 damaged in storm Apr 1945.  Flown to Brisbane for scrapping May 1945.
2634 ("Tojo's Physic" cf. 41-2640) delivered to Lowry Mar 3, 1942, Assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii 
May 18, 1942. With 43rd BG  65th  BS  "Red Moose Express", destroyed in  crash 3 Aug 1943, New Guinea; 
Entire crew KIA.  W/o Aug 5, 1943.
2635 (19th BG) lost on ops to Buil-Baisi, PNG Nov 1, 1942.
2636 crashed into sea near Horn Island, North Queensland, Australia Jul 13, 1942.
2637 delivered to Lowry Mar 3, 1943; transferred to Boise Apr 4, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 18, 1942; 
transferred to 43BG (date not recorded); RETUS to Tyndall Nov 6, 1943; RFC-sold for scrap at Albuquerque 
Jun 25, 1945.
2638 returned to USA 1943.  Salvaged in 1946?
2639 delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1943; transferred to Boise Apr 4, 1942; assigned to 19G at Hickam, Hawaii 
May 27, 1942; WO Jan 19, 1943.
2640 ("Tojo's Physic" cf. 41-2634) delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1942; assigned to 19BG/92BS at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 22, 1942; 
sustained a ground collision at Horn Island, Australia Jul 13, 1942, repaired; Hit by an aircraft while on 
the ground sheering off the nose Jul 27, 1943. Salvaged for parts.
2641 delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 1, 1942. WO Aug 1, 1942.
2642 delivered to Lowry Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Boise Apr 1, 1942, Assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii 
Apr 22, 1942; transferred to 5AF (date an location not recorded); RETUS to Maxwell Jun 10, 1944; transfererd 
to Bolling Jun 16, 1944; transferred to Hendricks Jul 5, 1944; to RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge 
Oct 13, 1945.
2643 crashed Aug 9, 1942 Rohndales Plantation, Mokurapau New Britain
2644 deliverd to Lowry Mar 7, 1942; transferred to Boise Apr 1942; assigned to 19BG/30BS at Hickam, Hawaii 
Apr 22, 1942; damaged at Rabual Aug 7, 1942, repaired; RETUS Aug 13, 1944; WO Oct 19, 1944.
2645 assigned to 19th BG.  Condemned Jun 12, 1942.
2646 delivered to Lowry Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Strategic Arms Depot (location not recorded) Mar 25, 1942; 
WO Apr 4, 1942.
2647 delivered to Wright Jun 1, 1942; transferred to Newark Apr 15, 1943; transferred to Wright Apr 22, 1943; 
transferred to ASF Phillips, Maryland Apr 22, 1946.
2648 delivered Lowry Mar 5, 1942, Assigned to 19th BG in Hawaii May 23, 942.  Participated in Battle of
Midway.  Transferred to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
Feb 15, 1943 for unspecified trials.  Returned to USAAF Mar 9, 1943.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 8, 1946.
2649 delivered to Lowry Mar 4, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 13, 1942; transferred to 43BG 
May 22, 1942; transferred to Brookley May 17, 1943; transferred to 15AF Amendola, Italy Jan 20, 1945; 
Salvaged in North Africa Aug 23, 1945.
2650 (19th BG) crew bailed out Sep 18, 1942 near Mappoon Mission, Cape York.  1 MIA.
2651 delivered Lowry Mar 5, 1942; crashed on takeoff at Boise Sep 13, 1942, repaired; transferred to Biggs Nov 3, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover Dec 9, 1942; transferred to 2137 BU at Hendricks May 23, 1943. WO Jul 5, 1944.
2652 crashed Mt. Fox W of Palumba, North Queensland May 7, 1942.
2653 (43rd BG, 64th BS) damaged in takeoff accident at Jackson Field, Port Moresby Jun 1, 1943
2654 delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1942, crashed at Hamilton Mar 24, 1942. Salvaged. Was shown in a TV documentary on Midway
2655 ditched Horn Island North Queensland Jul 13, 1942.
2656 'Chief Seattle' MIA Buna, PNG Aug 14, 1942.
2657 ("Old Faithful") delivered to Lowry Mar 5, 1942; assigned to 19B at Hickam, Hawaii Apr 7, 1942; transferred 
to 43BG/20BS May 22, 1942; Salvaged Jun 21, 1945.
2658 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii May 9, 1942. WO Jun 15, 1944
2659 (19th BS, 195h BG, *Frank Buck*) scrapped at Mareeba Queensland Jul 27, 1943.
2660 shot down near Rabaul, New Britain Aug 9, 1942.
2661 (5th BG, 31st BS) crashlanded on island of Lanai T.H. Jun 5, 1942 while
returning from Midway.  Repaired and later assigned to 11th BG.
2662 damaged during mission to Ragbaul and landed at Batumata Point, later
salvaged and transferred to 54th Troop Carrier Wing as armed transport.
2663 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii May 5, 1942; crashed south of Buna 
Sep 14, 1942. WO Oct 31, 1944.
2664 (43rd BG, 64th BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Jackson Field, Port Moresby Jun 14, 1943
2665 ("Lulu) delivered to Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942; assigned to 19BG/93BS at Hickam, Hawaii; transferred to 63R Clark Field, 
Philippines late 1942. 
2666 delivered Minneapolis Mar 7, 1943, assigned 435th BS, 19th BG Hawaii May 14, 1942, transferred to 65 BS, 43rd BG.
(43rd BG, 65th BS, *Lucy*) flown on mission which earned Jay Zeamer and 
Joseph Sarnoski the Medal of Honor Jun 16, 1943, Bougainville, in which they fought off 17 enemy fighters.
After repair transferred to 8th PRS.  Returned to USA 4134 BU Spokane Mar 22, 1943, to 423 BU Walla Walla 
Jul 29, 1944.  To RFC at Albuquerqque Aug 9, 1945.
2667 delivered Minneapolis Mar 7, 1942, assigned to 425th BS, 19th BG Hawaii May 6, 1942.  Transferred to 5th AF May 22, 1942
but crashed at Whenuapi, New Zealand during takeoff May 9, 1942.  11 killed.  W/o Oct 31, 1944.
2668 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 9, 1942, assigned to 19BG Hawaii May 5, 1942; RETUS to 3137 BU Hericks 
Oct 21, 1943. WO Jul 13, 1944. Reclaimed for scrap Mar 20, 1946.
2669 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 11, 1942; assigned to 19BG Hickam, Hawaii May 4, 1942; RETS to Pocatello Nov 28, 1942; 
transferred to Oklahoma City Dec 12, 1942; transferred to Pyote Jan 19, 1943; transferred to Locknurn 
Feb 26, 1943; trsferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
41-2670 ... 41-2670
Lockheed XP-58 Chain Lightning
Model 20-86.  First flight Jun 6, 1944.  Delivered to Wright Field Oct 22, 1944.  Transformed into ground
instruction aircraft
41-2671 ... 41-3669
Douglas A-20B-DL Havoc
MSN 5001/5999
2671 (MSN 5001) w/o Jan 15, 1943 at Fort Myers, FL
2672 (MSN 5002) w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Eglin Field, FL
2674 (MSN 5004) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
2675 (MSN 5005) w/o Sep 4, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
2676/2710 (MSN 5006/5040) Lend-Lease to USSR
2706 (MSN 5036) did not go to USSR, w/o Dec 10, 1943 at Deversoir
2707 (MSN 5037) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 31, 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
2711 (MSN 504) w/o Niov 23, 1943 at Kano Airport, Nigeria.
2712/2770 (MSN 5042/5100) Lend-Lease to USSR
2732 (MSN 5062) did not go to USSR, w/o Nov 21, 1942 at Atkinson Field, British Guiana
2771/2778 to US Navy as BD-2 BuNo 7035/7042
2779/2800 (MSN 5109/5130) Lend-Lease to USSR
2780 (MSN 5110) did not go to USSR, w/o May 22, 1943 at Atlanta AAB, GA
2794 (MSN 5124) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 3, 1943 at Agarau, Brazil
2802/2858 (MSN 5132/5188) Lend-Lease to USSR
2860/2894 (MSN 5190/5224) Lend-Lease to USSR
2895 (MSN 5225) w/o Jul 13, 1943 at Rosecrans Field, MO
2896/2926 (MSN 5226/5256) Lend-Lease to USSR
2910 (MSN 5240) did not go to USSR, w/o Jun 13, 1943 at Long Beach AAF, CA
2928/2942 (MSN 5258/5272) Lend-Lease to USSR
2931 (MSN 5261) did not go to USSR, w/o in Caribbean Sea off Acklins Island Feb 22, 1943.
2937 shot down by Haupt. Helmut Lipfert Jan 8, 1945 near Stuhlweissenburg.  4 killed.
2943 (MSN 5273) w/o Nov 7, 1943 at Wadi Seidna, Sudan/Egypt
2944/2946 (MSN 5274/5276) Lend-Lease to USSR
2948/2951 (MSN 5278/5281) Lend-Lease to USSR
2952 (MSN 5282) w/o Dec 17, 1943 at Columbia, SC
2953 (MSN 5283) w/o Jun 8, 1943 at Kelly Field, TX
2954/2960 (MSN 5284/5290) Lend-Lease to USSR
2961 (MSN 5291) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Greensboro High Point Apt, NC
2962 (MSN 5292) w/o Apr 13, 1944 at Florence AAF, SC
2963 (MSN 5293) w/o May 31, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
2964 (MSN 5294) w/o May 4, 1944 at Dugway Proving Ground, UT
2967 (MSN 5297) w/o Jan 17, 1944 at Laurel AAF, MS
2969 (MSN 5299) w/o Jul 4, 1943 at Lake Charles AAF, LA
2970 (MSN 5300) w/o Dec 30, 1943 at Montbrook AAF, FL
2971 (MSN 5301) w/o Nov 28, 1942 at Woodville, MS
2972 (MSN 5302) w/o Sep 6, 1942 at Hattiesburg, MS
2973 (MSN 5303) w/o May 31, 1943 at Starke, FL
2975 (MSN 5305) w/o Dec 2, 1942 at Robins Field, GA
2976 (MSN 5306) w/o Sep 13, 1943 at Harding Field, LA
2977 (MSN 5307) w/o Aug 29, 1942 at Morris Field, NC
2980 (MSN 5310) w/o Sep 26, 1942 at Burlington, NC
2981 (MSN 5311) w/o Oct 26, 19042 at Myrtle Beach, SC
2982 (MSN 5312) w/o Sep 5, 1942 at New Augusta, MS
2983 (MSN 5313) w/o Apr 9, 1943 at Northern Field, TN
2985 (MSN 5315) w/o Feb 3, 1944 at Apex, NC
2986 (MSN 5316) w/o Dec 4, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
2989 (MSN 5319) w/o w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Brookley Field, AL
2991 (MSN 5321) w/o Feb 1, 1945 at Augusta, GA
2992 (MSN 5322) w/o Oct 10, 1943 at Fenton, LA
2994 (MSN 5324) w/o Nov 6, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
2997 (MSN 5327) w/o Apr 25, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
2999 (47th BG) crashed at Hooton Park, England Nov 16, 1942
3004 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Dec 2, 1942 NATKITC?  MACR 1188
At one time it was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
3011 at one time was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
3013 (MSN 5343) w/o Apr 25, 1943 in Greenland
3015 (MSN 5345) Lend Lease to USSR
3017/3030 (MSN 5347/5360) Lend-Lease to USSR
3021 (MSN 5351) did not go to USSR, w/o Aug 10, 1942 at Abilene, TX
3032/3040 (MSN 5362)
3041 at one time was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
3042/3059 (MSN 5372/5389) Lend-Lease to USSR
3048 (MSN 5378) did not go to USSR, w/o Oct 7, 1943 at Linton, TN
3060 (MSN 5390) w/o Aug 30, 1942 at Shelby, MT 
3061/3125 (MSN 5391/5455) Lend-Lease to USSR 
3131 (MSN 5461) w/o Jun 2, 1944 at Telergma, Algeria
3132 (379th BG) lost Apr 23, 1944, Atlantic
3140 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Feb 22, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14558
3141 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Feb 22, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14559
3153 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Jan 4, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14567
3160 (MSN 5490) w/o May 2, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
3161 (MSN 5491) w/o Mar 20, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
3166 (47th BG) lost Jul 27, 1944.  MACR 7463
3167 (47th BG) overshot landing and crashed at Horham, England
Oct 22, 1942.
3176 (47th BG) lost Mar 15, 1944.  MACR 3470
3185/3237 (MSN 5515/5567) Lend-Lease to USSR
3242 (MSN 5572) w/o Sep 7, 1944 at La Jasse, France
3246 (MSN 5576) w/o Aug 15, 1944 at Poretta, Corsica, France
3247 (MSN 5577) w/o Apr 20, 1944 at Capodichino, Italy
3250 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA in Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943.  1 KIA, 3 POW.  MACR 103B. 
3252 (47th BG, 85th BS) shot down by Oblt. Heinz-Edgar Barres in Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/1. 1 mi NE of 
Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 4, 1943. 3 KIA.  MACR 52. 
3253 (??/12AF) MIA 4/17/45 Mediterranean.  MACR 13809
3256 (MSN 5586) w/o Jan 3, 1943 at Duncan Field, TX
3260 (MSN 5590) w/o Mayu 13, 1943 at Atar, Mauretania
3261 (MSN 5591) w/o Dec 4, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
3267 (47th BG) lost Jan 29, 1945.  MACR 11825
3274/3313 (MSN 5604/5643) Lend-Lease to USSR
3295 (6th Ferrying Group) crashed 10 mi from Palm Springs, CA Oct 8, 1942.
Pilot was Capt Don E. Brown, son of comedian Joe E. Brown.
3315/3325 (MSN 5645/5655) Lend-Lease to USSR
3327/3330 (MSN 5657/5660) Lend-Lease to USSR
3333 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA 3 mi NW of Carpinone, Italy Nov 1, 1943.  MACR 1122.
2 KIA, 1 returned.
3343 (MSN 5673) w/o Mar 13, 1944 at Benevento, Italy
3348 (47th BG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 1798
3349 (MSN 5679) w/o Apr 29, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
3350 (47th BG) lost Dec 15, 1943.  MACR 1526
3358 (MSN 5688) w/o Jun 8, 1943 at Harding Field, LA
3361 (MSN 5691) lost on Jan 20, 1943 during ferry flight from British Guiana to Brazil
3362 (MSN 5692) w/o Man 8, 1943 at Harding Field, LA 
3364 (47th BG) lost Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2816
3365 (MSN 5695) w/o May 20, 1945 at Bar-Le-Duc, France
3366 (47th BG, 85th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near
Vallerotonda, Italy Dec 17, 1943.  MACR 1595.  1 KIA 2 POW
3370 (67th RG, 135rd LS) bellylanded at Keevil, UK Jul 29, 1943.
3371 (MSN 5701) w/o Oct 13, 1944 at Warton, UK
3372 (MSN 5702) w/o Feb 18, 1944 at Wethersfield, UK
3374 (47th BG) lost Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 8257
3380 (MSN 5710) w/o Oct 16, 1944 at Southend, UK
3385 (27th ATG) destroyed by fire on the ground at Warton, UK Jun 20, 1943.
3386 (53rd BG) lost Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10711
3387 (MSN 5717) w/o Sep 10, 1943 at Hitcham, UK
3389 (MSN 5719) w/o Aug 20, 1943 at Dinder, UK
3390 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA at Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 6, 1943.  4 KIA.  MACR 75.  
3391 (MSN 5721) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Woodward, OK
3392 (MSN 5722) w/o Dec 10, 1942 at Wicihta, KS
3396 (MSN 5726) w/o Feb 23, 1943 at Key Field, MS
3398 (MSN 5728) w/o Feb 9 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
3400 (MSN 5730) w/o May 15, 1943 at Keevil, UK
3404 (47th BG) lost Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3645
3407 (MSN 5737) w/o Jul 1, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
3409 (47th BG, 84th BS) shot down by AAA NW of Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 3, 1943.  2 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 54.
3410 (MSN 5740) w/o Aug 13, 1944 at Bari, Italy 
3412 (MSN 5742) w/o Jul 7, 1943 at Eglin AAAF #2, FL
3413 (47th BG) lost Feb 22, 1945 at Grosetto, Italy.  MACR 12568
3419 (47th BG) lost Mar 2, 1944.  MACR 2828
3421 (MSN 5751) w/o Aug 1, 1944 at Borgo, Corsica
3422 (MSN 5752) w/o Feb 18, 1943 at Redoto, Brazil
3423 crashed on landing at Enid AAF, OK Jan 22, 1943.  Crew of 3 survived.
3425 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by Fw. Helmut Kühl in Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 53/9. 20 km SW of Sciacca, 
Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943. 3 KIA. MACR 103A. 
3426 in training accident Memphis TN Mar 12, 1943.  Three bailed out ok.
3429 destroyed by fire on ground at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 16, 1943.
3431 (MSN 5761) w/op Jan 9, 945 at Grosseto, Italy
3434 (MSN 5764) w/o Mar 18, 1943 at Atar, Mauretania
3440 (MSN 5770) w/o Feb 19, 1944 at Florence AAF, SC
3446 (MSN 5776) w/o Sep 28, 1943 at Aine Berard, Morocco
3447 (47th BG) lost Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3683
3449 (47th BG, 86th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near Belpasso, Sicily, Italy Aug 6, 1943.  MACR 705
3451 force landed in desert 3/10/1944 SE of Atar, Maurieania
3/10/1944.  Broke in half.  Crew rescued after seven days by caravan.
3452 (100th BG, 350th BS) hit by AAA and crashed at Saint-Just-en-Chaussee, France Sep 15, 1943.
MACR 645.  1 KIA, 2 POW, 7 evaded.
3453 (MSN 5783) w/o Feb 15, 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA
3455 (MSN 5785) w/o Mar 14, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
3464 wrecked in taxiing accident at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 8, 1943
3466 (MSN 5796) w/o May 19, 1943 in Atlantic Ocean off Haiti
3467 (MSN 5797) w/o Feb 8, 1944 at Kouba, Algeria
3468 (47th BG) lost Aug 17, 1944.  MACR 8091
3469 crashed at Foch Field, Tunisia Aug 8, 1943.
3471 (MSN 5801) w/o Jan 10, 1945 at Grosseto, Italy
3472 (MSN 5802) Lend-Lease to USSR
3474/3477 (MSN 5804/5807) Lend Lease to USSR
3479 (MSN 5809) Lend-Lease to USSR
3480 (MSN 5810) Lend-Lease to USSR
3481 (MSN 5811) w/o Jul 24, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
3484 (MSN 5814) Lend-Lease to USSR.  Shot down by Gefr. Heinrich Heuser in Fw 190A of JG 26/2 and crashlanded near Smolensk,
Russia Jun 1, 1943.
3485/3488 (MSN 5815/5818) Lend-Lease to USSR
3487 (MSN 5817) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 7, 1943 at Wideawake, Ascencion Island
3489 (47th BG) lost Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6458
3490 (MSN 5820) Lend-Lease to USSR
3494/3550 (MSN 5824/5880) Lend-Lease to USSR
3549 (MSN 5879) did not go to USSR, w/o Apr 6, 1943 in Florida
3551 (MSN 5881) w/o Jan 2, 1943 at Columbus, OH
3552 (MSN 5882) Lend-Lease to USSR
3553 (MSN 5883) w/o Jan 20, 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
3554/3620 (MSN 5884/5950) Lend-Lease to USSR
3583 did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 7, 1943 at Lydda, Palestine
3621 (MSN 5951) crashed in California grepe vine field Feb 25, 1943.
3622/3630 (MSN 5952/5960) Lend-Lease to USSR
3632/3638 (MSN 5962/5968) Lend-Lease to USSR
3639 (MSN 5969) w/o Jul 23, 1943 at Hill Field, UT
3640/3645 (MSN 5970/5975) Lend-Lease to USSR
3646 (MSN 5976) crashed at Granite Falls, MT Apr 1, 1943
3647/3654 (MSN 5977/5984) Lend-Lease to USSR
3655 (MSN 5985) w/o Aug 26, 1943 at Lowry Field, CO
3660 (MSN 5990) w/o Apr , 1943 at Grand Cess, Liberia
3667 (MSN 5997) w/o Jun 2, 1943 t Marbethel Bank, British West Indies
3669 (MSN 5999) w/o Mar 18, 1943 at Russellville, KY
41-5159 ... 41-5183
Curtiss C-46A-CU Commando
MSN 26361/26385
5159 (MSN 26361)
5161 (MSN 26363) damaged Jan 11, 1943 in landing at Reno AAF, Nevada 
5163 (MSN 26365) burned at New Castle AAF, Delaware Dec 14, 1943.
5166 (MSN 26368) damaged Aug 6, 1942 in landing at Buffalo Airport, New York
5167 (MSN 26369/CU9) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored
at Bush Field, CA.  Bought by California Atlandic in 1949
and registered N1290M.  Bought by Lloyd Aereo, Boliviano
Feb 11, 1950 and registered as CB-51.  W/o when crashed at
Cochabamba, Bolivia Apr 24, 1950.
5168 (MSN 26370, 78th TCS, 22nd TCG) crashed in Indochina Jul 2, 1943 due to engine failure.  MACR 317
5170 (MSN 26372) crashed near Love Loc, NV Oct 2, 1943
5171 (MSN 26373, 29th TCG, 99th TpS) lost near Mytina, Burma Nov 7, 1943.  5 POW, one died in prison
in 1945.  MACR 1234.  Plane was condemned Dec 9, 1943
5172 (MSN 26374) missing in China Oct 29, 1943.  Also reported as Nov 1, 1943
5173 (MSN 26375) q/o in landing accident at Sookerating, India Nov 28, 1943.
5174 (MSN 26376) condemned for salvage Apr 7, 1944
5175 (MSN 26377) w/o Oct 29, 1943
5176 (MSN 26378) crashed on takeoff at Buffalo, NY Feb 24, 1943
5177 (MSN 26379) w/o Sep 11, 1943 at Montebello, CA
5178 (MSN 26380/CU20) to RFC Jun 5, 1945.  WFU and stored at
Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.  Registered as N74698 in 1948.
WFU and stored in 1948.
5179 (MSN 26381/CU-21) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored at
Bush Field, GA Nov 1945.
5180 (MSN 26382/CU22) crashed for unknown reasons into sea 160 km
N of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic May 7, 1943 near
Great Iguana Island.
5181 (MSN 26383/CU23) leased to Northwest Airlines 9/16/43  Returned to
USAAF Dec 4, 1943.  WFU and stored in 1945.  Some sources have
this plane as crashing into the sea 160 km N of Santo 
Domingo May 7, 1943, but this was probably 41-5180.
5182 (MSN 26384/CU24) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored at
Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.
5183 (MSN 26385) w/o Oct 4, 1943 at McClellan Field, CA while being operated by Northwest Airlines.
41-5205 ... 41-5304
Curtiss P-40B
MSN 15973/16072.  Model H81-B
5206/5209 with 44th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5210 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5211/5215 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5213 w/o Apr 24, 1942 at Kahuku Field, Hawaii
5214 w/o Apr 21, 1941 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii
5216 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5217 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5218 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5219/5225 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5226 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5227 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5228 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5229 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5230 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Nov 12, 1942 at Leleiwi Point, Hawaii
5231 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Jun 22, 1942 at Kahuku Field, Hawaii
5232 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5233 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5234 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Sep 28, 1943 at Bellows Field, Hawaii
5235 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5236 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5237 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5239 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5240 (MSN 16008) w/o Nov 3, 1941 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
5241 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/O sEP 4, 1942 AT Kaena Point, Hawaii
5242 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5243 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5244 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5245 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5246 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5247 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5248 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5249 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5250 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Oct 25, 1942 at Hilo Airoprt, Hawaii
5251 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5252 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5254 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5255 with 46th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5256 did not recover from spin 5 miles offshore from Halemina, Oahu, HI 9/18/41.
5257 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5262 in mid-air near Minal neqr Pampaganga, PI, 10/13/41
5258/5282 delivered to 4th Composite Group, Philippines May 17, 1941.
5261 (MSN 16029) w/o Jul 8, 1942 at Manilla Bay, Philippines
5268 in accident at Clark Field, PI Jul 19, 1941
5269 (MSN 16037) w/o Oct 31, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
5276 in midair collision with P-26 33-111 Jul 30, 1941, Clark Field, PI.
5278 (MSN 16046) w/o Aug 24, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
5280 (MSN 16048) w/o Aug 27, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
5282 in ground loop accident Oct 14, 1941, Philippines
5284/5285 delivered to 4th Composite Group, Philippines May 17, 1941.
5284 in accident in Philippines Oct 14, 1941.
5285 taxied into the rear of 41-5271 Jul 29, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
5286 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5287 destroyed on ground at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
5288 destroyed on ground at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
5289 destroyed on ground at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
5290 destroyed on ground at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941
5291 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.
5293 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Feb 12, 1942 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii
5294 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Oct 10, 1942 at Waialee, Hawaii
5295 crashed on takeoff from Wheeler Field Aug 26, 1941 due to engine failure.  Was in commission Dec 7, 1941
5296 flew into sea off Oahu, Hawaii Nov 22, 1941.  Pilot killed
5297 (MSN 16065) w/o May 29, 1942 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone
5298 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.
5299 taxied into 41-5291 while attempting takeoff Dec 7, 1941.
5300 destroyed in depot shops 12/7/41
5301 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
5303 with 46th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
5304 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
41-5305 ... 41-5744
Curtiss P-40E
MSN 16297/16736 (not sure these are right)
5306 damaged on landing Apr 1942 NSW.  May have gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
5307 to USSR
5308 to RAAF as A29-?
5310 to RAAF as A29-4.  Returned to USAAF.  SOC at Tuskegee Apr 1, 1945.
5311 to USSR
5312 to RAAF as A29-154.  SOC Aug 1949
5313 (17th PS/7th PS) wrecked Nov 2, 1942 when landed in water at Bootless Inlet
5315 to USSR
5316 to RAAF as A29-157 Sept 1942.  W/o in landing accident at Mildura,
Vic Apr 1944.
5317 to RAAF as A29-?
5318 to RAAF as A29-?
5319 to USSR
5320 with 49th PG, 9th PS.
5321 used by 7th PS, 49th PG in early 1942.  Owned by Banta Aviation Corporation as
as N940AK.
5322 to RAAF as A29-5
5323 to USSR
5324 (MSN 16316) to RAAF as A29-2.  W/o Mar 7, 1942 at Kyogle, Australia
5327 to USSR   
5328 left 7th PS/40th PG Feb 26, 1942.  To Australia Feb 26, 1942.  Damaged at Bankstown Mar 26, 1942
5329 ground-looped while landing at Bankstown, NSW Feb 27, 1942.  May have
gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
5330 wrecked in takeoff accident at Strauss Strip, NT Jul 12, 1942.
5331 to USSR
5336 to RAAF as A29-28 Mar 1942.  Disposed of Sep 1947.  Fuselage recovered from farm in Mildura.
Fuselage on display at Warbirds Air Museum, Mildura, Victoria, Austrial 1968-1985.  Acquired by
Jack  McDonald of Essendon, Victoria in 1988 for restoration to airworthy condition.  
Restored to airworth 1987-1998 using rear fuselage of A29-1210 and cowlings
and parts from A29-87.  To RAAF Museum, RAAF Point Victoria 1998-2002.
5340 Lend-Lease to USSR.
5341/5343 Lend-Lease to USSR
5344 to RAAF as A29-2  Crashed at Kyogle, NSW Mar 1942
5346 (CW-366) to RAAF A29-68.  Crashed at Weir Apr 1942
5347 (MSN 16339) w/o Oct 9, 1942 at Grenier Field, NH, to CL-26 Oct 16, 1942
5349 (CW-369) crashed Canberra Feb 1942.
5354 crashed Apr 27, 1944 near Auburn, AL when failed 
to recover from power dive.  Tuskegee airman
Francis Peoples killed.
5363 to RAAF as A29-7.  Shot down Apr 17, 1942 near Bululo River.  Pilot killed.
5365 shot down Feb 19, 1942, Darwin.
5366 (CW-386, MSN 16358) to RAAF.  Crashed at Mount Black 25 km from
Townsville Apr 24, 1942.  Pilot killed.
5369 crashed and burned, Feb 19, 1942.
5385 (49th PG, 7th PS) crashed Feb 1942.
5386 to RAAF as A29-64 Mar 1942.  Crashed with 77 Sqdn RAAF on takeoff on unauthorized
flight at Geraldton, WA May 15, 1942.  Pilot severely burned, aircraft W/O.
May be confusion with 41-5366.  Listed as Lend-Lease to USSR
5388 crashlanded Feb 1942.
5389 crashlanded Feb 1942.
5392 Lend-Lease to USSR
5394 Lend-Lease to USSR
5395 (MSN 16387) to RAAF as A29-26.  Collided in midair with A29-86 3 mi SW of Bangstown, Australia Dec 24, 1943.  Pilot killed.
5397/5407 Lend-Lease to USSR
5408 crashed into sea off Mokala Is. Oahu Feb 27, 1942.  Pilot killed.
5409 Lend-Lease to USSR
5412 (MSN 16404) w/o May 2, 1943 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
5414 Lend-Lease to USSR
5415 (MSN 16047) to RAAF Mar 1942.  Collided with A29-886 at 
Bankstown, NSW Dec 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944.  
5419 to USSR Jan 1942
5420 Lend-Lease to USSR
5427 Lend-Lease to USSR
5425 to USSR Jan 1942
5433 (MSN 16425) w/o Aug 11, 1942 at Bellows Field, Hawaii
5436 (7th PS, 49th PG) landed wheels-up in Victoria Feb 8, 1942.  Repaired as damage was minimal.
5449 (CW-469, MSN 16441) crashed 4 mi from Daly Waters, NT. Australia Jun 13, 1942.
5455 forced landing Mar 28, 1942.  May have gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
5456 lost Darwin Feb 19, 1942 in crashlanding.
5463 to RAAF as A29-31 Mar 1942.  W/o from storage Sep 1947
5464 (MSN 16456) w/o Sep 9, 1942 at Barbers Point, Hawaii
5466 (MSN 16458) w/o Oct 3, 1943 at Rodgers, Hawaii
5474 (MSN 16466) w/o Mar 5, 1942 at Kaneohe, Hawaii
5476 (20th PS (prov)) crashed and damaged Feb 3, 1942, Amberley, QLD.
5478 wrecked at Wheeler Field Jan 27, 1942 when hit bump and struck another aircraft.
5483 (MSN 16475) w/o Apr 21, 1942 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
5492 wrecked at Wheeler Field, Oahu due to engine failure on takeoff Feb 2, 1942.
5493 surveyed May 6, 1944
5494 to RAAF as A29-32.  Shot down and crashed into swamp near Port Moresby,
New Guinea Apr 6, 1942.  Pilot OK.  Recovered and repaired.
Crashlanded after engine failure at Longford, Victoria Aug 1944.   W/o Sep 2, 1944 at 
Letts Beach, Australia.  To instructional airframe Mar 1945.
Converted to components Nov 1945.
5495 wrecked at Bellows Field when hit steamroller Mar 19, 1942.
5500 (MSN 16492) w/o Jan 20, 1943 at Haleiwa, Hawaii, repaired.  W/o Oct 3, 1943 at Rodgers AAF, Hawaii
5503 to RAAF as A29-163.  Collided with A29-160 (41-24823) 4/1943, Onsloe, WA.
5505 (MSN 16497) w/o Mar 30, 1942 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii, condemned Apr 15, 1942
5507 (MSN 16499) to RAAF as A29-72
5508 to RAAF as A29-81.  Crashed Goodenough Island 8/1942.
5509 collided with P-40E 41-35943 Manton Dam Jul 10, 1942.
5511 (49th PG, 8th PS) wfs Sep 18, 1943 at Jackson Field, New Guinea
5512 (CW-532, MSN 16504) to Netherlands East Indies Feb 1942.  
5513 to RAAF as A29-?
5515 (49th PG, 9th PS) w/o Jul 15, 1944, Australia 
5518 to RAAF as A29-33 Mar 18, 1942.  SOC Sep 23, 1947.
5520 to RAAF as A29-34 Mar 1942.  Crashed with 76 Sqdn near Karrawinna
North 11/1944.  W/o Nov 8, 1944 at Mildura, Australia
5521 (MSN 16513) w/o Apr 20, 1944 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
5522 to RAAF as A29-46 Mar 1942.  W/o Apr 4, 1942, Cessnock NSW.
5523 to RAAF as A29-35 Mar 1942.  Collided with A29-89 at Mildura, Australia 12/1943, w/o Dec 6, 1943
5525 to RAAF as A29-36 Mar 1942.  Shot down near Fall River 8/11/1942.
5526 (4th Air Depot Group) crashed into mountain near Aberfeldy, Victoria, Australia Mar 10, 1942.
5527 to RAAF as A29-47 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/28/1942.
Pilot KIA.
5528 (MSN 16520) to RAAF as A29-77.  Forced landing near Sideia Island 4/1943 
and written off Apr 14, 1943.
5530 (MSN 16522) to RAAF as A29-37 Mar 1942.  Hit tree near Weir strip, Australia 5/26/1942.
5531 (MSN 16523) w/o Aug 21, 1944 at Foster Field, TX
5532 to RAAF as A29-38 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Lae, New Guinea
3/27/1942.  Pilot KIA.
5533 to RAAF as A29-39 Mar 1942.  W/o 11/1946.
5534 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Mar 13, 1942 to Jul 20, 1942.
5535 to RAAF as A29-48 Mar 1942.  Lost to enemy action near Turnbull Strip
5/2/1942.
5536 to RAAF as A29-40 Mar 1942.  Crashed on ferry flight 5/1943.
5537 w/o in USA Apr 1, 1942 at Portland Field
5538 to RAAF as A29-41 Mar 1942.  Crashed 12/1943, Mildura, VIC.
5542 (CW-562, MSN 16534)
5543 (CW-563, MSN 16535) 
5544 (MSN 16536) crashed in USA at Suffolk, VA Jan 2, 1942.  Pilot killed.
5545 (CW-565, MSN 16537, 49th FG) condemned in PNG after crash landing in PNG Nov 26, 1942.
5546 to RAAF as A29-42 Mar 1942.  Crashed south of Brisbane 4/30/1942.
5547 (MSN 16539) w/o at Luke Field Aug 6, 1942.
5549 (MSN 16541) to RAAF as A29-43 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/24/1942.
Pilot KIA.  Has been recovered and is under long term restoration
in Australia.  Registration LN-WNC reserved Sep 2, 2008.
5550 to RAAF as A29-69.  Crashed 4/27/1942 near Cooktown QLD.
Also have it w/o 5/5/1942 after undercarriage collapse.
Also have it lost to enemy action Port Moresby May 1942.
5551 (CW-571, MSN 16543, 49th PG) crashed Feb 27, 1942 when left landing gear failed.  Relocated to Geelong and
repaired.  Shot down by Australian AAA Apr 4, 1942 over Darwin, NT.  Pilot bailed out.
5552 (CW-572, MSN 16544) 
5553 (49th PG, 7th PS) w/o after landing at Batchelor, NT Jun 2, 1942
5554 (CW-574, MSN 16546) to RAAF as A29-?
5555 (CW-575, MSN 16547) to RAAF as A29-75.  w/o 12/1947.
5556 (CW-576, MSN 16548) to Netherlands Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5557 (CW-577, MSN 16549, 49th PG, 7th PS) w/o Jun 10, 1942 at Brock's Creek when pilot blacked out and
dove into ground.
5558 (CW-578, 51st FG, 23rd FS) lost Apr 28, 1943 near Takung Valley, Burma Apr 28, 1943.
5559 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashed near Eden NSW when pilot got lost in bad weather Mar 28, 1942.
5560 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashlanded at Bachelor, NT Jun 15, 1942
5561 (CW-581, MSN 16553) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5562 (CW-582, MSN 16554)
5563 x/o Oct 11, 1943, Washington State, USA
5564 to RAAF as A29-78.  Crashed on takeoff at Milne Bay, New Guinea Aug 16, 1942 and
converted to components.
5565 (CW-585, MSN 16557)
5566 (CW-586, MSN 16558) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942. 
5567 (MSN 16559) shot down Dec 28, 1942, Aleutians, w/o Jan 21, 1943 at Kuluk Bay, Alaska
5569 (CW-589, MSN 16561) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5570 (CW-590, 51st FG, 16th FS).   Dove in to ground at Karachi Mar 31, 1942.
5574 to RAAF as A29-?
5576 (MSN 16568) w/o Aug 24, 1942 at Strauss Field, Australia
5579 to RAAF as A29-?
5580 (49th FG) w/o Dec 20, 1942, Bootless Bay.  Also lsited at W/o Dec 20, 1941 at Lambert Field, MO
5581 (MSN 16573) w/o in Alaska May 15, 1942.  W/o Sep 10, 1942 at Fort Glenn, AK
5584 to RAAF as A29-?
5586 (MSN 16578) crashlanded Feb 13, 1942 (13th PS), repaired, issued to RAAF as A29-27 Mar 1942.
Finally crashed at Port Moresby Mar 1942.  WFU Jul 30, 1942.
5587 (CW-607, MSN 16579) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942. 
5591 (51st FG, 23rd FS) w/o Nov 9, 1942 on deferred landing at Landhi Airfield, India
5596 to RAAF as A29-?
5597 to RAAF as A29-44 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Turnball, Milne Bay, Australia 4/1943.
5598 to RAAF as A29-156.  Crashed 11/26/1942, Edge Hill, Cairns, QLD.
5599 to RAAF as A29-70.  Crashed 6/5/1942 in sea off Townsville QLD.
5600 to RAAF as A29-45 Mar 1942.  Destroyed Werribee Bombing Range, 11/1947.
5601 (CW-621, MSN 16593) to Netherlands Indies AF Feb 1942.  Destroyed Mar 8, 1942
5602 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashed near Eden NSW when pilot got lost in bad weather Mar 28, 1942.
5604 (CW-624, MSN 16596) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5605 (CW-625, MSN 16597) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.   
5606 (7th PS, 49th PG) crashed at Laverton, Vic Feb 1942.
5608 (CW-628, MSN 16600) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5607 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashlanded at Kokoda Strip, PNG Nov 21, 1942, pilot OK
5610 (7th FS, 49th FG) shot down over Kokoda,PNG Nov 22, 1942
5612 to RAAF as A29-29 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/24/1942.  Pilot OK.
5614 (49th PG, 9th PS) crashed at Middle Point, NT caused by faulty fuel system
5619 (49th PG, 8th PS) w/o Nov 26, 1942, PNG.
5620 (49th PG, 9th PS) wfu Jul 27, 1943 and salvaged
5621 (49th PG, 8th PS) SUMAC/LEFT 7/8thPS/49thPG #30 on 49th FG Books 26/02/42 
Project"X" Dec 22, 1941 "X" Feb 26, 1942 ,.... a/c #30 flown by Lt Dale 7thFS/49thFG that 
caused the T/O collision of #32 (serial unkown) piloted by 2Lt Tyler,with C40#519(serial 
ukn) on Apr 29, 1942 at Batchelor Field NT Australia, Brig General George and 2Lt 
Jasper killed ) latter with the 8th FS, had structural failure in engine over 
Brock's Creek NT Lt Donald Dittler bailed out Jun 11, 1942 
5622 (49th PG, 7th PS) wfu Jun 17, 1943 and salvaged in PNG.
5623 (CW-643, MSN 16615) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5625 (CW-645, MSN 16617) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5626 (CW-646, MSN 16618) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5627 (CW-647, MSN 16619) to Netherlands East Indies AF.  Escaped to Australia and to RAAF as A29-72.  
Landing accident at Milne Bay, Australia Aug 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944.
5628 (CW-648, MSN 16620) w/o in crash landing with 51st FG, 16th FS May 20, 1942
5629 (CW-649, MSN 16621) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5630 (CW-650, MSN 16622) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5631 (CW-651, MSN 16623) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5632 (MSN 16624) to RAAF as A29-71 Mar 1942.  Crashed near Seaspray, Victoria, Austalia Jan 16, 1945.  Recovered 1999-2002
5634 (CW-654) w/o in crash landing with 51st FG, 16th FS at Karachi May 17, 1942.
5635 (CW-655)
5636 (CW-656, MSN 16628) w/o in taxiing accident with 51st FG, 16th FS Jun 26, 1942, Karachi, India, w/o Nov 18, 1943
5637 (CW-657, MSN 16629) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5638 (49th PG, 9th PS) w/o Jun 16, 1942, PNG.
5639 (CW-659, MSN 16631) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5640 (CW-660, MSN 16632) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
5643 to RAAF as A29-31.  W/o from storage Sep 1947.
5644 (MSN 16636) to RAAF as A29-155 Aug 1942.  Taxied into A29-323 at Mildura, Vic Jun 1945.
5645 (49th PG, 9th PS) condemned Nov 26, 1942, Port Moresby
5646 to RAAF as A29-?
5647 (CW-667, MSN 16639) to RAAF as A29-159 Sep 1942.  WFU Aug 7, 1945.  Destroyed
at Weribee bombing range Apr 1948
5648 (49th PG, 9th PS) crash landed Aug 2, 1942 Adelaide River NT, Australia.  Repaired (?) w/o May 6, 1944 at Edingurg, TX
5651 to RAAF as A29-79 Apr 1942.  Authorized for w/o Aug 1947.
5652 to RAAF as A29-?
5653 to RAAF as A29-?
5656 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
5657 (51st FG) w/o Aug 7, 1942, CBI
5658 to AVG Apr 1, 1942.  Salvaged CBI Apr 20, 1943
5659 (51st FG) w/o Mar 18, 1942 in transit accident.
5660 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
5661 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
5662 (51st FG) w/o in crashlanding Jul 11, 1942, CBI.
5665 (51st FG) w/o Dec 24, 1942.
5666 to AVG Mar 24, 1942
5667 to AVG Mar 24, 1942
5668 to AVG May 28, 1942
5669 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
5670 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
5672 to AVG Ap4 3, 1942
5675 (MSN 16667) w/o in Alaska Jan 29, 1943
5676 w/o in Alaska Dec 20, 1942
5680 (MSN 16672) force landed Karachi, India after engine failure, 10/20/42.  Repaired (?), w/o Mar 9, 1943 at Karachi, India
5683 (MSN 16675) w/o Jul 17, 1944 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
5684 in takeoff collision with P-40E 40-611 Apr 24, 1942, Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Both
planes demolished.
5685 w/o in Alaska Jul 29, 1942, Cold Bay, Alaska
5688 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
5689 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
5690 (51st FG) w/o Jan 30, 1943 in CBI
5691 (28th Composite Group) SOC May 11, 1943
5692 crashed into sea Feb 24, 1942 off Boston, MA.  Pilot killed.
5693 (MSN 16685) wrecked in landing Jun 17, 1942 Elmendorf, AK.  SOC Dec 5, 1942
5694 to AVG Mar 25, 1942
5695 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
5696 (MSN 16688) to AVG Mar 3, 1942.  Believed to have been Col Robert Scott's aircraft.  W/o Mar 29, 1943 at Landhi Field, India
5697 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
5699 crash landed at Buffalo, NY Jan 13, 1942 and w/o.
5700 to RAAF as A29-162.  Destroyed at Weribee bombing range Jul 1947.
5701 (MSN 16693) w/o Apr 13, 1944 in Alaska
5703 (51st FG) w/o Nov 25, 1943
5704 (MSN 16696) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Wanshepoo, China
5706 (MSN 16698) w/o Jan 21, 1944 at Landhi Airfield, India
5708 (MSN 16700) w/o Dec 9, 1943 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
5709 crashed at Fort Randall, Cold Bay, Alaska Sep 26, 1942.  Hulk stripped and abandoned on
airfield dump.  Found buried in Alaska in 1983 and excavated.  Restored to airworthy 1996-2009.
Registered as N2416X
5710 to AVG Apr 9, 1942.
5712 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
5713 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
5714 (MSN 16706) w/o Aug 25, 1944 in Alaska
5715 (MSN 16707) w/o Oct 12, 1944 at Alexai, AK
5716 (MSN 16708) crashed after takeoff from Cold Bay, AK Jul 31, 1942.  SOC Aug 7, 1942
5717 crashed on takeoff Elmendorf, AK Jun 3, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Condemned Jun 8, 1942.
5718 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
5719 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
5721 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
5722 (MSN 16714) w/o Sep 16, 1942 at Fort Glenn, AK
5724 (MSN 16716) w/o Jul 23, 1942 at Ft Randall, AK
5727 (MSN 16719) w/o Sep 1, 1944 at Casco AB, AK
5728 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
5729 Lend-Lease to USSR
5730 Lend-Lease to USSR
5731 (CW 751, MSN 16723) to USSR Jan 17, 1942
5732 (CW 752, MSN 16724) to USSR Jan 17, 1942
5733 to USSR
5734 to RAAF as A29-62 Mar 1942.  Crashed due to engine fire during test flight over Batchelor
Field Oct 12, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
5735 to RAAF as A29-66 Mar 1942.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946, SOC Jul 1949.
5736 to RAAF as A29-56 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Bankstown, NSW Jul 1943., w/o Jul 14, 1943
5737 to RAAF as A29-50 Mar 1942.  Pilot bailed out Jul 15, 1942 and plane
crashed near Pearce, WA
5738 to RAAF as A29-51 Mar 1942.  Force landed at Strauss Field NT due to engine overheating
Nov 25, 1942.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946, SOC Nov 1948. 
5739 to RAAF as A29-60 Mar 1942.  Crashed north of Darwin, Australia due to fuel
exhaustion Sep 7, 1942.  Aircraft only receved a bent prop.  Repaired and flown out.
Crashed at GolGol Range, Australia Sep 23, 1943
5740 to RAAF as A29-61 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Dunreath, Australia May 3, 1942
5741 to RAAF as A29-58 Mar 1942.  W/o Jun 19, 1944 at Mildura, Australia.  Authorized for w/o Dec 1947
5742 to RAAF as A29-54 Mar 1942.  Sold to Laverton Salvage Co. Feb 1953.
5743 to RAAF as A29-65 Mar 1942.  Collided in midair with A29-126
(ex 41-35955) at Wentworth Bombing Range Sep 1944, w/o Sep 8, 1944 at Mildura, Australia.
5744 to RAAF as A29-55 Mar 1942.  Destroyed at Weribee bombing range Apr 1948.
41-5895 ... 41-6064
Republic P-47B Thunderbolt
5897 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Mar 18, 1942 to Oct 20, 1942.
5900 w/o May 1, 1942 at Oak Beach, NY
5901 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jul 13, 1942 to Oct 20, 1943
5903 w/o May 26, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
5907 w/o Feb 25, 1943 at Goshen, MA
5908 w/o Aug 10, 1942 at Eglin Field, FL
5910 w/o Jun 12, 1942 at Black Rock Harbor, CT
5911 crashed Jun 30, 1942 during practice formation maneuvers when tail 
came off in a dive.  W/o at Lake Zoar, CT
5912 w/o Jun 30, 1942 at Milford, CT
5913 redesignated RP-47B in 1944, w/o Mar 10, 1944 at Columbia AAF, SC
5914 w/o Jun 17, 1942 at Bridgeport MAP, CT
5915 w/o Feb 8, 1943 at Trumbull Field, CT
5916 w/o Jun 6, 1942 at Eglin Field, FL
5919 w/o Jul 13, 1942 at Bridgeport MAP, CT
5920 recovered by Randy Ferris from a swamp in the southeast and is in storage for eventual
restoration.
5921 w/o Apr 2, 1943 at Connellsville Airport, PA
5922 w/o Feb 11, 1943
5923 w/o Aug 17, 1942, Long Island Sound, CT
5924 W/o 24 Jun 1942 at Bridgeport Muni Airport, CT; repaired (?); w/o 1 Dec 1942 at Westhampton, MA
5925 Redesignated as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 17 Jun 1943 at Westover Field, MA
5926 Redesignated as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 14 Aug 1943 at Ellington, CT 
5927 W/o 26 Sep 1942 at Garden City, LI, NY 
5929 W/o 24 Jun 1942 at Huntington, LI, NY 
5930 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 27 Aug 1943 at North Hatfield, MA 
5931 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 15 Jun 1944 at Strother Field, Winfield, KS
5932 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 20 Aug 1943 at Crystal River, FL 
5933 W/o 1 Apr 1943 at Ground Gunnery Range A, NJ 
5934 W/o 10 Jul 1942 at East Islip, LI, NY
5935 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 15 May 1943 at Suffield, CT
5936 W/o 20 Mar 1943 at Trumbull Field, CT 
5937 W/o 2 Oct 1942 at Eastport, LI, NY
5938 rebuilt as XP-47F with laminar-flow wing.  Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio.
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Feb 22, 1943 to May 23, 1943.
Assigned to Evansville, IN.  W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Bacova, VA
5939 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 30 May 1943 in Long Island Sound off New Haven, CT
5940 W/o 11 Feb 1943 at Cranston, RI 
5941 W/o 2 Sep 1942 at Bradley AAF, CT 
5942 W/o 2 Feb 1944 at Clymer, PA 
5943 W/o 11 Feb 1943 at Newport Bay, RI 
5944 w/o Feb 11, 1943
5945 W/o 24 Sep 1942 at Newfoundland, NJ 
5947 W/o 30 Mar 1943 at Trumbull Field, CT 
5949 W/o 31 Jul 1944 at Wendover Field, UT 
5950 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 29 Jul 1944 at Woodward AAF, OK
5951 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 27 Jun 1943 at Westbrook, CT
5952 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 15 Jun 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
5954 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 17 Jun 1943 at Bradley Field, CT 
5955 W/o 24 Oct 1942 at Mansfield, CT 
5956 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Westover Field, MA 
5958 W/o 8 Jul 1943 at North Springfield, MA
5959 W/o 1 Aug 1942 at Mitchel Field, LI, NY
5960 W/o 19 Dec 1942 at North Wilbraham, MA
5962 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 7 Jun 1944 at Jefferson, OK 
5965 W/o 7 Sep 1942 at Bradley Field, CT
5966 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 24 May 1943 at Feeding Hills, MA 
5968 W/o 10 Nov 1942 at Stratford, CT 
5969 W/o 14 Dec 1942 in Long Island Sound off Bridgeport,CT
5971 W/o 27 Aug 1942 at Mitchel Field, NY
5972 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 21 Mar 1943 at Ludlow, MA
5973 W/o 5 Aug 1942 at Bradley Field, CT
5975 W/o 5 Mar 1943 at Trumbull Field, CT 
5978 W/o 29 Oct 1942 at Smithtown Bay, NY
5980 W/o 23 Aug 1942 at Bradley Field, CT 
5981 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 17 Dec 1943 at Lumberton Airport, NC 
5982 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 3 Oct 1943 at Springfield, MA 
5983 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 5 Apr 1944 at Galveston AAF, TX 
5984 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 26 Feb 1943 at Westover Field, MA 
5985 W/o 11 Aug 1942 at Bridgeport Muni Airport, CT 
5986 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 20 Apr 1944 at Dalhart Aux #2, TX 
5988 W/o 19 Sep 1943 at Westover Field, MA
5989 W/o 7 May 1944 at Shanandoah, OH 
5991 W/o 12 Oct 1942 at New Canaan, CT 
5993 W/o 2 Jan 1943 at Windsor Locks, CT
5995 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 2 Jun 1943 at Richmond, VA 
5996 W/o 26 Sep 1942 at Bridgeport Muni Airport, CT 
5998 W/o 14 Apr 1943 at Westerly, RI 
5999 W/o 25 Oct 1942 at Fire Island, NY 
6001 W/o 25 Oct 1942 at Fire Island, NY
6002 W/o 14 Jan 1943 at Westover Field, MA; repaired (?); w/o 24 Mar 1943 at Hope Valley, RI
6003 W/o 8 Mar 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
6004 W/o 18 Feb 1943 at Westover Field, MA
6005 W/o 12 Jan 1943 at Westover Field, MA 
6006 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 30 Oct 1943 at Newbern, NC 
6008 W/o 19 Sep 1943 at Westover Field, MA 
6009 W/o 9 Feb 1943 at Westover Field, MA 
6010 W/o 11 Mar 1943 at Farmingdale, NY 
6011 W/o 1 Dec 1942 at Cummington, MA
6012 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 24 Nov 1943 at Youngsville, NC 
6013 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 6 Jul 1943 at North Haven, CT 
6015 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 9 Mar 1943 at Cheshire, MA
6017 W/o 27 Aug 1942 at Bridgeport Muni Airport, CT 
6019 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 17 Aug 1943 at Westover Field, MA
6020 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 9 May 1943 in Atlantic Ocean off Montauk Harbor, NY 
6021 Redes as RP-47B in 1944.  To RFC Albuquerque 7/10/45
6022 Redes as RP-47B in 1944, to RFC/PPC Bush Field, GA 6/20/45
6024 W/o 30 Nov 1942 at Barnes Muni Airport, MA
6026 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 8 Dec 1943 at Seymour Johnson Field, NC
6027 W/o 18 Oct 1942 at Mitchel Field, NY; repaired; w/o 8 Jul 1944 at Wendover Field, UT
6028 W/o 18 Oct 1942 at Mitchel Field, NY; repaired
6030 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 10 Sep 1943 at Manchester, CT 
6031 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 9 Feb 1943 at Westover Field, MA
6033 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 8 May 1943 at Hubbardsten, MA 
6035 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 21 Jun 1943 at Hartford, CT
6037 to Brazil 1944 as ground trainer.
6039 W/o 24 Jan 1943 at Trumbull Field, CT, to reclamation at Brookley Field Mar 13, 1946
6040 pilot bailed out due to engine failure over Malboro, CT Nov 9, 1942
6041 W/o 24 Apr 1943 at Marlboro, CT; repaired (?), to RFC at Strother, KS May 5, 1945.
6042 to DPC at Ponca City May 5, 1945
6043 Redes as RP-47B in 1944; w/o 1 Feb 1944 at Page Field, FL, surveyed at Westover AAF Feb 2, 1944
6044 force landed and wrecked at Barre, MA Sep 10, 1942, to CL-26
6045 wrecked at Mitchel AAF Apr 14, 1943
6046 Redes as RP-47B in 1944; w/o 1 Jun 1944 at Dexter, KS, surveyed Jun 2, 1944
6047 in midair collision 3 mi NE of La Guardia Field, NY Oct 12, 1942
6048 wrecked after spin-in from 500 feet Middlefield Road, MA Nov 7, 1942
6049 to reclamation at Pratt AAF, KS Oct 2, 1945
6050 in midair collision May 22, 1943 Holyoke, MA, pilot bailed out
6051 surveyed at Pocatello AB, ID Jun 4, 1944
6052 in midair collision with 41-6035 Jun 21, 1943 10 mi S of Hartford, CT
6053 to reclamation at Eglin AAF, FL Oct 31, 1945.
6054 in midair collison Eastport, LI Oct 2, 1942
6055 in midair collision 2 mi E of Westover AAF Jan 14, 1943
6056 to reclamation at Majors AAF, TX Jan 28, 1947
6057 Redes as RP-47B in 1944; w/o 16 Jun 1944 at Strother Field, KS, surveyed at Strother AF, KS Jun 21, 1944
6058 to reclamation at Lowry AAFR, CO Nov 28, 1945
6059 Redes as RP-47B in 1943; w/o 30 Oct 1943 at Newbern, NC, surveyed at Westover AF, MA Nov 6, 1943
6060 to reclamation at East Hartford, CT Nov 28, 1945
6061 engine failed and pilot bailed out May 30, 1943, Mansfield, CT
6062 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jun 9, 1945
6063 wrecked 3 mi N of George Washington Bridge and sank in Hudson River Oct 3, 1942.  To
CL-26 at Mitchel Field Oct 12, 1943
6064 to CL-26 at Hill Field Mar 15, 1944. 
41-6065 ... 41-6065
Republic XP-47E Thunderbolt
Last P-47B converted as XP-47E.
41-6066 ... 41-6066
Republic P-47C-1-RE Thunderbolt
Redes as RP-47C; Surveyed at Wright AAF, OH Apr 19, 1945
41-6067 ... 41-6123
Republic P-47C-RE Thunderbolt
6067 wrecked at Brookhaven, LI, MY Feb 5, 1943.  This plane was the subject of an instructional film
made by Republic Aviation on how to assemble a new P-47 in field conditions using only basic tooling. 
6068 W/o 15 Jan 1944 at Maxwell Field, AL, surveyed at Wright Field, OH Mar 11, 1944
6069 surveyed at Richmond AB, VA Dec 31, 1944
6070 to reclamation at Strother AAF, Winfield, KS Jun 7, 1946
6072 in midair collision with 40-6050 at Holyoke, MA May 22, 1943.  Pilot killed.
6073 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jun 12, 1945
6074 W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Stafford Springs, CT, surveyed at Bradley Field Jun 29, 1943
6075 surveyed at Pocatello AF, ID Jun 4, 1944
6076 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Jun 15, 1945
6077 surveyed at Westover Field, CT Apr 22, 1944
6078 wrecked at Trumbal Field, CT when overshot landing Apr 2, 1943 and DBR
6079 surveyed at Westover AF, MA Mar 28, 1944
6080 pilot bailed out near Branford, CT Jan 24, 1943
6081 in midair collision 2 mi W of Torringto, CT Jun 12, 1943 and pilot bailed out.
6082 to reclamation at Hill Field May 29, 1945
6083 pilot bailed out Mount Town Junction, MA Mar 22, 1943
6084 to DPC at Ponca City, OK May 9, 1945
6085 Redes as RP-47C; w/o 17 Feb 1944 at Venice AAF, FL, surveyed at Westover AF, MA Feb 18, 1944
6086 surveyed at Pocatello AB Jun 4, 1944
6087 W/o 2 Apr 1943 at Trumbull Field, CT; repaired (?); w/o 26 Jan 1944 at Norfolk AAF, VA,
surveyed at Bradley Field, CT Jan 29, 1944
6088 to RFC at Ponca City Jun 15, 1945
6089 to reclamation at Hill Field May 7, 1945
6090 surveyed at Pocatello Jun 4, 1944
6091 wrecked in force-landing 3 mi N of Cumberland, LI, NY Jun 14, 1943 and DBR
6092 force-landed at East Quoque, LI, NY May 4, 1943 and DBR.  To CL-26 to Mitchel Field May 8, 1943
6093 entered inverted spin over Long Island Sound and pilot bailed out Apr 7, 1943.
6094 to DPC at Bush Field Apr 20, 1945
6095 crashed at Westover AF, MA Apr 10, 1943, pilot killed
6096 condemned at Dale Mabry AF Dec 31, 1942
6097 W/o 5 Nov 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, to CL-26 at Tallahassee Nov 13, 1943
6098 to reclamation at Pocatello aB Nov 8, 1944
6099 surveyed at Hillsboro, ORE Mar 25, 1944.
6100 to reclamation at Peterson Field, CO Jul 17, 1945
6101 W/o 10 Mar 1943 at Cross City AAB, FL, wrecked in takeoff accident at Myrtle Beach, SC Mar 11, 1943 and DBR
6102 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Oct 7, 1942 to Dec 1, 1942.
Surveyed at Harding AF, LA Jul 22, 1944
6103 W/o 4 Sep 1944 at American Falls, ID, to reclamation at Pocatello AB, ID Nov 8, 1944
6104 in landing accident at Cross City AB, FL Mar 24, 1943.  Pilot killed.
6105 surveyed at Dale Mabry Dec 8, 1943
6106 to RFC at Ponca City Jun 14, 1945
6107 to CL-26 at Myrtle Beach Jul 14, 1945
6108 crashed on takeoff at Cross City AB, FL Apr 29, 1943.  Pilot killed.
6109 crashed on takeoff 1 mi NE of Dale Mabry Field, FL Janm 31, 1943.   Pilot killed.
6110 to CL-26 at Tallahassee Feb 1, 1943
6111 to DPC at Bush Field Jan 27, 1945
6112 force landed at Barton AF, FL Nov 15, 1943 and DBR
6113 to reclamation at Harding Field, LA Jun 15, 1945
6114 to reclamation at Hill Field May 29, 1945
6115 to DPC at Ponca City, OK May 23, 1945
6116 surveyed at Pinellas AAF, FL Jun 16,1943
6117 W/o 16 Jan 1944 at Bainbridge AAB, GA, to CL-26 at Cross City AB, FL Jan 17, 1944
6118 to reclamation at Strother AF, KA Jun 7, 1946
6119 W/o 5 Jul 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, surveyed at Tallahassee Jul 6, 1943
6120 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 25, 1945
6121 crashed into forest during attempted forced-landing 6 mi S of Millwood, GA
Sep 19, 1943.  Pilot killed.
6122 pilot bailed out 5 mi SW of Dale Mabry AF Nov 14, 1942
6123 Redes as RP-47C; w/o 5 May 1944 at Harding Field, LA, surveyed at Cross City AF, FL May 9, 1944.
41-6124 ... 41-6177
Republic P-47C-1-RE Thunderbolt
6124 cove in at Patterson AF, OH Dec 4, 1942.  Pilot killed
6125 wrecked near Greenville, OH Jul 3, 1943.  Pilot Perry J. Ritchie bailed out, making 
longest free-fall parachute jump up to that date.
6126 wrecked in takeoff accident at Patterson AF, OH Dec 19, 1942
6127 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 20, 1945
6128 to reclamation at Bluethenthal Jan 8, 1946
6129 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 7, 1945
6130 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Oct 24, 1942 to Aug 15, 1944.
To RFC at Albuquerque Jul 26, 1945
6131 wrecked near Dayton, OH Nov 28, 1942.  Pilot killed
6132 surveyed at Grenier Jun 24, 1943.  Crashlanded at Scituate, RI Jun 17, 1943
when pilot ran out of gass.
6133 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945
6134 Redes as RP-47C; w/o 2 Mar 1944 at Bluethenthal Field, NC 
6135 to RFC at McKellar AF, TN Apr 17, 1945
6136 wrecked at Camp springs AAF, MD Sep 25, 1943 and DBR
6137 crashed at Westover AF, MA Jan 13, 1943 and DBR
6138 to DPC at Bush Field May 6, 1945
6139 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 7, 1945
6140 wrecked in midair collision at Millville, LI Feb 3, 1943
6141 ditched offshore of Lordship, CT in Long Island Sound, NY Nov 3, 1942
6142 wrecked at Camp Upton, Farmingdale, LI Jan 15, 1943 and DBR
6143 to CL-26 at Chanute AF Jun 16, 1943.
6144 taxied into 41-6172 at Trumbal AF and wrecked Apr 13, 1943.
6145 (352nd FG) ditched off Trumbal AAF, CT Feb 23, 1943
6146 wrecked near Port Jefferswon, NY Jan 8, 1943
6147 W/o 1 Sep 1943 at Holland, MA, surveyed Sep 3, 1943
6148 wrecked at Farmingdale AAF, NY Feb 7, 1943 and DBR.  To CL-26 Feb 8, 1943
6149 surveyed at Westover AF, MA Sep 2, 1943
6150 to reclamation at Chanute AF, KA Jun 7, 1946
6151 /o 17 Jul 1943 at Somerset, MA; repaired (?); to RFC at Walnut Ridge, AR Nov 7, 1945
6152 wrecked at Municipal APT, New Haven, CT Dec 20, 1942 and DBR.  To CL-26 Dec 28, 1942
6153 wrecked at Long Meadow, MA Dec 16, 1942 and DBR
6154 wrecked 5 mi NE of Groton, CT May 4, 1943.  Pilot killed.
6155 W/o 4 Apr 1943 at Trumbull Field, CT; repaired (?); to DPC at Bush Field, GA Dec 7, 1945
6156 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 3,1945
6157 to reclamation at Selfridge AF, Apr 21, 1945
6158 W/o 22 Apr 1944 at Shinnecock Bay, NY, to reclamation at Bradley AF Oct 2, 1945
6159 overshot landing at Mitchel AF, NY Feb 26, 1943 and DBR
6160 wrecked at Republic Field, NY when overshot landing Aug 9, 1943 and DBR.
To CL-26 Aug 24, 1943
6161 crashed and burned 1/4 mi N of Orlando AB, Jan 25, 1943.
6162 to reclamation at Eglin AF, FL Oct 31, 1945
6163 to DPC at Bush Field May 15, 1945
6164 surveyed at Trumball AF Mar 2, 1944.
6165 wrecked 5 mi E of Manchester, NH May 5, 1943 and DBR
6166 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Groton Field, CT; repaired (?); to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 29, 1945
6167 overshot landing at Trumbal AF Apr 9, 1943 and DBR.  To CL-26 Apr 12, 1943
6168 to DPC at Bush Field May 7, 1945
6169 W/o 11 Jun 1944 at Wrightsville Beach, NC, surveyed at Bluethenthal AAF, NC Jun 12, 1944
6170 wrecked in landing accident at Trumball AF, CT Mar 22, 1943 and DBR.
To CL-26 Apr 8, 1943
6171 did not pull out of test dive near Bridgepprt, CT Nov 12, 1942.  Pilot killed.
6172 taxied ito 41-6144 at Trumball AAF, CT Apr 13, 1943.  To CL-26 Apr 21, 1943
6173 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Mitchel Field, NY, to reclamation at Rome AF, NY Jul 3, 1946
6174 W/o 12 Apr 1943 at Apponaug, RI, surveyed at Westover AF, MA Apr 16, 1943
6175 W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Great Neck Bay, NY, to CL-26 at Westover AF, MA Oct 15, 1943
6176 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 27, 1945
6177 W/o 9 May 1943 at Hempstead, NY, condemned at Mitchel Field, NY May 13, 1943.
41-6178 ... 41-6305
Republic P-47C-2-RE Thunderbolt
6178 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed near Leicester,
England Sep 15, 1944.  Pilot and a civilian were killed.  Salvaged Sep 16, 1944
6179 (78th FG, 82nd FS) swung on takeoff from Duxford 
Aug 17, 1943 and demolished windsock and crashed about 
1 1/2 mi SE of the field and struck ground so hard that 
engine and airframe came to rest 40 yards apart.  
Pilot suffered only minor injuries. 
6180 condemned due to damage Aug 10, 1944
6181 (4th FG, 335th FS) crashlanded at Sawbridgeworth,
England Apr 3, 1943.  Condemned due to damage May 31, 1944
6182 condemned due to enemy action Sep 29, 1945
6183 (2nd ADG, 23rd DRS) crashed at Kingston Bagpuise,
England Jul 15, 1944.  Condemned due to damage Jul 15,1944
6184 converted to 2-seater for use by 368th FG.  W/o in
midair collision near Lens, Belgium Dec 15, 1944.
Condemned due to enemy action Jul 31, 1946
6185 condemned Feb 27, 1944
6186 (4th FG, 334th FS) in emergency forced landing at 
Northhampton, UK Jan 29, 1943 and DBR
6187 condemned due to enemy action Sep 29, 1945.
6188 damaged in landing collision with a Hurricane at Odinham, UK Dec 30, 1942.  Repaired.  Withe 78th FG, 82nd FS shot
down by OBfw Hans Venderveerd in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/3 at Dampierre-en-Bray, France Nov 26, 1943. MACR 1441.  
Pilot POW.
6189 (56th FG, 62nd FS) in midair collision with 41-6224
near Halesworth England Aug 22, 1943.
Condemned Aug 24, 1943
6190 (Operational Training Replacement Unit, 8th AF) crashlanded in bad weather near Tracy, France
Nov 16, 1944.  Condemned due to damage Nov 24, 1944
6191 (368th FG, 397th FS) crashlanded at Cardonville,
France Jul 20, 1944.  Condemned Jul 21, 1944
6192 condemned due to damage Feb 17, 1945
6193 (56th FG, 62nd FS) crashlanded at Thorney Island, England Sep 23, 1943. Repaired; w/o 4 Feb 1944 at Goxhill, UK Condemned Feb 5, 1944
6194 (53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA E of Rouen, France Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 10666.  Pilot killed.
Aircraft condemned due to enemy action Jul 21, 1944
6195 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashed close to Aled Isfa reservoir on the Denbigh Moors Jul 8, 1944 after entering spin in 
cloud on training flight from Atcham.  Pilot bailed out before it crashed.  Salvaged due to damage Jul 9, 1944
6196 (45h FG, 334th FS) shot down by Obfw Johann Edmann in Fw 109A of JG 26/8 and crashed into Scheldt-estuary off
Breskens, Netherlands May 4, 1943. Pilot KIA
6197 condemned due to enemy action Jan 18, 1946
6198 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6199 (56th FG, 63rd FS) shot down by Oblt Heinz Knoke in
Bf 109G-6/R2 of JG 11/5 near Osteel, Germany Sep 27, 1943.
Pilot KIA. MACR 747 and 666
6200 (4th FG, 334th FS) crashed at Balsham, England
Feb 1, 1943 after pilot bailed out.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
6201 condemned due to enemy action Sep 20, 1945
6202 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) in midair collision near Atcham,
England Apr 24, 1944.  Condemned Oct 20, 1944
6203 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) in midair collision near Newport,
Wales May 26, 1944.  Condemned due to damage Jul 9, 1944 at Llangollen, UK
6204 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-5 flown by Lt Ernst Heesen of JG 1/5 and crashed
off Ostend, Belgium into North Sea Apr 15, 1943.  Pilot killed.  Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944.
6205 condemned due to damage Jul 18, 1945
6206 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashed 1 mi E of Condover, Shropshire, England Feb 2, 1944.
6207 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA over France Sep 7, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and became
POW.  Aircraft condemned Sep 7, 1943 at Watton, France
6208 (83rd FS, 78h FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-5 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Vlissinghen,
Netherlands May 14, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.  Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6209 (4th FG, 334th FS, then 56th FG) was 56th FG Col Hub Zemke's personal aircraft.  Took 
part in first combat in ETO for the P-47, dated Mar 10, 1943.
with 56th FG, 62nd FS damaged by Fw 190A and crashed at Oude-Tonge, Netherlands Jul 30, 1943.
MACR 218.  Pilot bailed out but was KIA.  Crash site found Apr 2007, parts recovered.
6210 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing locomotives as Lingen, Germany Apr 11, 1944.
MACR 3751.  Pilot killed.
6211 (56th FG, 61st FS, "Jackie") shot down by Oblt Rudolf
Leuschel in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/8 at Bavegem, Belgium
Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1432.  Pilot POW.
6212 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Formerie, France Sep 2, 1943.
Pilot killed.  Aircraft condemned sep 2,1943
6213 (8 Air Service Ferry Unit) in mid-air collision with P-47 41-6348 and crashed near Kirby 
Muxloe, England Feb 1, 1943.  Both pilots killed.
6214 condemned due to damage Nov 30, 1944
6215 (Operational Training Replacement Unit, 8th AF) crashlanded in bad weather near Larny, France
Nov 16, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned due to damage Nov 22, 1944
6216 (63rd FS, 56th FG) lost Aug 19, 1943, Norfolk, England.  MACR 297.  Condemned Aug 19, 1943
6217 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashlanded near Atcham, England
Jan 23, 1944. 
6218 (78th FG, 82nd FS) severly damaged by Maj. Wilhelm-Ferdinand Galland in FW-190A-6 of JG 26/II. Stab, 
pilot baled out injured and plane crashed off Dungeness, UK Jul 14, 1943. Pilot rescued.
6219 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashlanded due to structural
failure at Atcham, England Sep 8, 1944.
6220 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England May 3, 1943.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft salvaged Sep 8, 1944
6221 (61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Oblt Rudolf Leuschel of JG 26/8 at Bavegem,
Belgium Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1432.  Pilot surived and became POW.  Aircraft condemned Apr 12, 1944
6222 (78th FG, 82nd FS, "Mud Creeker") shot down by a B-17F gunner at Amiens, France Jul 14, 1943. 
MACR 35.  Pilot KIA.
6223 (78th FG, 84th FS) crashed at Podington, England Mar 13, 1944.  Condemned Mar 15, 1944
6224 (56th FG, 62nd FS) w/o in midair collision with 41-6189 near Halesworth, England Aug 22, 1943.
6225 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashlanded at Threshold Farm,
Picklescot, England Jun 19, 1944.
6226 condemned due to enemy action Oct 31, 1945.  Went to
Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England for
vibrograph tests, dates/duration of stay not known.
6227 (56th FG, 63rd FS) w/o in Edale Head, Near Chapel en le Frith,
England Apr 25, 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
6228 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashlanded near Atcham, England
Sep 5, 1944
6228 condemned due to damage Sep 7, 1944
6229 (78th FG, 83rd FS) crashed near Needham Market, England
Mar 8, 1944
6230 (362 FG, 377 FG) lost Jan 29, 1944 in combat with JG-26 Fw 190s near Limburg and pilot bailed out
and became POW.  MACR2083
6231 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashed at Black Lion Farm,
Wrentnall, England Jun 25, 1944.  Condemned Jun 26, 1944
6232 (56th FG, 61st FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A flown by Oblt Waldermar Radener of JG 26/6 at Meaux, 
France Sep 3, 1943.  MACR 472.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
6233 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashed at Tibberton Common Farm,
England due to midair collision Sep 23, 1944.
Condemned due to damage Sep 24, 1944
6234 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed 1 mi off the coast of Nefyn,
Wales Jul 23, 1944.  Pilot MIA.  Condemned due to damage Jul 24, 1944
6235 (53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause 4 1/2 mi NE of Argentan, France Aug 13, 1944.  MACR 8574.
Pilot MIA and fate unknown.  It was said to have been the plane flown by Robert Johnson during his famous
dogfight with Egon Mayer after Johnson was depleted of ammo
and headed home.  Mayer hammered the P-47 to pieces until his
ammo was depleted but the P-47 was still flying.  Finally Mayer
flew up beside Johnson, saluted him, and headed home.
Johnson landed successfully, but the plane never flew
again.  Condemned as MIA Aug 13, 1944.  This is now said to be false as Egon Mayer was not in that area.
6236 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) destroyed by fire on ground at
Atcham, England Aug 13, 1944.  Condemned as damaged 
Aug 14, 1944
6237 (495th Fighter Training Group, 551st FTS) engine failed 
due to fuel starvation on training flight while mixing
it up with a Spitfire and bellied into a field near 
Atcham Jul 16, 1944.  Pilot OK
6238 (4th FG, 336th FS) shot down by Hptm Rolf Hermichen in Fw 190A-5 of JG 36/3 N of Groeneweg, 
Netherlands over Zuider Zee, Holland Jul 28, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
and became POW.  Wreckage recovered
1989; R'dam-Eendrachtspolder
6239 (56th FG, 62nd FS, "Kentucky Pud") damaged by a FW-190A and crashed into Channel off Yarmouth, UK 
Jun 26, 1943.  Pilot rescued.  Plane condemned Oct 31, 1944.
6240 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) crashed SW of Arras near Lens, France due to engine and
propeller failure Oct 18, 1943.  MACR 889.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
6241 (78th FG, 83rd FS in midair collision with 41-6272 and
crashed near Eaton Socon, England Apr 15, 1943.
Condemned Oct 31, 1944
6242 (56th FG, 62nd FS, "You Know What" crashed due to mechanical
failure at Saint-Sauflieu,France Dec 5, 1943.  MACR
1433.  Pilot POW.  Aircraft condemned Dec 5, 1943
6243 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Mar 17, 1943.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned due to damage Sep 21, 1944
6244 (36th FG, 53rdFS) crashlanded at Athis de L'Orne, 
France Oct 2, 1944.  Condemned due to damage Oct 5, 1944.
6245 (405th FG, 513th FS) w/o in ground accident at 
Mourmelon, France Dec 1, 1944.  Condemned due to damage 
Dec 5, 1944
6246 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashed at Aran Mawddwy,
Wales Sep 16, 1944.  Condemned as missing Sep 19, 1944
6247 condemned due to damage Feb 2, 1943
6248 (4th FG, 335th FS) shot down by Hptm Siegfried Schnell in Bf 109G-6 of JG 54/III Stab
SE of Rotterdam, Netherlands Jul 30, 1943.  Pilot KIA.
6249 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF, "Vee Gaile") lost after ditching in North Sea off Egmond aan Zee,
Netherlands after being hit by AAA over Zuider Zee Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2160.  Pilot MIA.  There is a
photo of this plane with Bob Hope sitting in it and singer Frances Langford on the wing.
6250 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6251 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashed at Arbury Park, near Nuneaton, England Apr 15, 1944.  Condemned Apr 16, 1944
6252 to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England Mar 3, 1943 for handling and R/T trials.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 13, 1943.  (406th FG, 513th FS) crashed near Oldenswort, Germany Jun 27, 1945.  Condemned due to 
damage Jun 29, 1945.
6253 (62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) crshed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Kings Cliffe, Cambridgeshire
England Mar 2, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.  Aircraft condemned May 2, 1944
6254 salvaged May 26, 1945
6255 (2nd Base Air Depot) hit while parked by taxiing aircraft at RAF Warton, Lancashire, England
Aug 28, 1944.  Aircraft badly damaged, salvaged Nov 1, 1945
6256 (513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF)  in takeoff accident at RAF Ashford, Kent, England Jul 10, 1044.  Pilot
survived, aircraft condemned Jul 12, 1944
6257 (56Th FG) crashedduring attempted forced landing at Elms Farm, Wittering,
England Feg 13, 1943.  condemned Oct 31, 1944
6258 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Debden, Essex England Mar 8, 1943.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned Sep 25, 1945
6259 (27th FRG, 311th FRS) crashed at Church Broughton, 
England Jan 19, 1944.  Condemned as missing Oct 31, 1944.  
Had been converted to 2 seater and used by HQ 65th FT ad Debden for liason duties.
6260 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6261 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed at Saredon Hall Farm,
Saredon, England Jul 15, 1944.  Condemned due to damage Jul 16, 1944
6262 (78th FG, 83rd FS) crashed near Melbourne, England
Sep 5, 1943.  Condemned Sep 5, 1943
6263 (63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) damaged by fire in ground accident at RAF Wittering, Cambridgeshire, England
Mar 9, 1943.  No injuries.  Aircrft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6264 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6265 (65th FG, 61st FS, "Francy Ann") shot down by Lt Waldemar Radener in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/6
at Hank, Netherlands Jul 30, 1943.  MACR 219.  Pilot KIA.
6266 condemned Jun 8, 1944
6267 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed at Bricklin Farm near Whitchurch, England Sep 28, 1944.  Salvaged Sep 29,1944
6268 (56th FG, 63rd FS) show down by Fw 190A near Amsterdam, Netherlands Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 939. Pilot KIA.
6269 condemned Oct 19, 1944
6270 condemed due to damage Nov 2, 1944
6271 salvaged Dec 4, 1944
6272 (78th FG, 83rd FS) involved in midair collision with 41-6241 and crashed near Eaton Socon, England
Apr 15, 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
6273 crashed near Trumbull, CT Feb 20, 1943 due to prop failure.
6274 to reclamation Aug 3, 1945
6275 to reclamation at Mitchel Field, NY Jun 15, 1945
6276 wrecked due to engine failure near Perryville, RI Feb 19, 1943.
6277 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 20, 1945
6278 condemned at Rome AF, NY Nov 14, 1943
6279 to DPC at Bush Field May 15, 1945
6280 to DPC at Bush Field Mar 12, 1945
6281 crashed at Mitchel Field, NY Feb 9, 1943 and DBR
6282 wheels retracted on icy runway and hit revetment and burned at Mitchel Field, NY Dec 15, 1942
6283 to reclamation at Waco AF Apr 9, 1946
6284 to reclamation at Selfridge AF May 24, 1946
6285 surveyed at Eglin Field Apr 3, 1944
6286 to reclamation at Rome AF, NY Oct 17, 1944
6287 pilot bailed out 10 mi S of Bridgeport, CT due to midair fire Aug 6, 1943
6288 crashed on test flight near Manhasset, LI, NY Jun 3, 1943.  Pilot killed
6289 crashed near Groton, CT Aug 19, 1943.  Pilot killed.
6290 crashed near West Wareham, MA Mar 2, 1943, pilot bailed out
6291 pilot bailed out Febg 3, 1943, Wyndance, LI, NY.
6292 W/o 23 Mar 1943 at Mitchel Field, NY, condemned Mar 25, 1943
6293 W/o 14 Oct 1944 at Pocatello AAF, ID, 
6294 to DPC at Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945
6295 wrecked 2 mi E offshore from James Beach, LI, NY Jan 15, 1943
6296 crashed near Mitchel Field, NY Jan 6, 1943
6297 fore-landed on sand bar in Long Island Sound Jun 16, 1943.  To CL-26 at Bradley Field Jun 20, 1943
6298 dove in 3.5 mi NW of Dale Mabry Field, FL Jan 15, 1943.  Pilot killed
6299 W/o 5 Sep 1944 at Pocatello AAF, ID, surveyed Sep 5, 1944
6300 W/o 20 May 1944 at American Falls Reservoir, ID, surveyed at Dale Mabry Field May 21, 1944
6301 crashed on takeoff from Cross City AB, FL may 4, 1943. Pilot killed
6302 force landed 10 mi S of Tallahassee, FL Feb 1, 1943.  To CL-26 Mar 16, 1943
6303 surveyed at Pocatello AB, ID Jun 9, 1943.
6304 to DPC at Ponca City, OK May 23, 1945
6305 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 17, 1945.
41-6306 ... 41-6667
Republic P-47C-5-RE Thunderbolt
6306 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 18, 1945
6307 returned to USA Jun 21, 1944.  Surveyed in Virginia Feb 16, 1945
6308 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 18, 1945
6309 crashed 4 mi NE of Cross City, FL Jun 3, 1943.  Pilot killed
6310 W/o 4 Mar 1943 at Cross City AAF, FL, surveyed at Tallahassee Mar 12, 1943
6311 wrecked 15 mi WNW of Dal Mabry due to midair fire Jan 15, 1943.
Pilot bailed out but was killed.
6312 wrecked at Dale Mabry Bield Dec 30, 1942 and DBR
6313 w/o 6 Aug 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, surveyed Aug 14, 1943
6314 to reclamation at Abilene, TX Jan 29, 1946
6315 to reclamation at Majors Field, TX Oct 22, 1945
6316 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Jun 29, 1945
6317 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jun 9, 1945
6318 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed i Holland or North Sea believed due to battle damage after
shooting down a Bf 109E-4 over the North Sea May 16, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and 
became POW.  Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6319 (56th FG, 61st FS) in midair collision and crashed near
Halesworth, England Feb 5, 1944.  Condemned Feb 5, 1944
6320 condemned Feb 2, 1943
6321 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6322 (56th FG, 61st FS, "Little Butch", 8th AF) shot down by a FW-190A-5 flown by Hptm Wilhem-Ferdinand Galland
of JG 26/2 Stab near Neufchâtel-en-Bray, France Jun 26, 1943.   Pilot KIA.  Plane condemned Oct 31, 1944
6323 condemned May 1, 1947
6324 (3rd GTTF) crashlanded at Wyton, England Apr 30, 1944.  Condemned May 2, 1944
6325 (63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, England Jul 14, 1943.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged but repaired.  Aircraft condemned Apr 20, 1945
6326 (56th FG) crashed Feb 3, 1944 in forced landing at Ly9ns Farm, Bulcamp, Suffolk, UK.  Condemned Feb 5, 1944.
6327 condemned Feb 8, 1943
6328 (4th FG, 355th FS) captured by Luftwaffe Sep 9, 1943.  Also reported as being with 486th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF
and involved in taxiing accident at RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England Nov 15, 1943, Pilot survived, aircraft badly
damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned May 1, 1947
6329 (1st Glider Training Squadon) in landing accident at RAF Warton, Lancashire, England
Sep 17, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
6330 crashed at RAF Hitcham, Suffolk, England May 31, 1944 from unknown cause.  Pilot survived, but
aircraft was destroyed.
6331 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 109A-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2 between Rennes and
Chateaubriant, France Jan 5, 1944.  Pilot killed.
6332 (78th FG, 83rd FS) in midair collision with 41-6370 and crashed at Goxhill, England Mar 1, 1943 
6333 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at RAF Podington, Bedfordshire, England
Mar 13, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
6334 (56th FG, 63rd FS) collided with B-24 over England Aug 8 (or 11),
1943 while flying in close formation.  B-24 landed successfully
but P-47 crashed near Metfield, England.  Pilot (Capt Walker 
Mahurin) bailed out.
6335 (78th FG, 83rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 fliwn byh Bfw Adolf Glunz of JG 26/5 15 km NW
of Geilenkirchen, Germany and crashed SE of Eindhoven, Netherlands Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2669.  Pilot 
bailed out and became POW
6336 (62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England Apr 6, 1943.  Pilot
survived, but aircraft was destroyed.  W/o 6 Apr 1943 at Horsham, UK OR W/o 24 Jan 1944 at Middle Wallop, UK
6337 (61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) crashed 20 mi S of Isle of Jersey in English Channel Dec 31, 1943.
MACR 1861.  Pilot killed. Believe that he had an oxygen system failure.
6338 W/o 23 Jul 1944 at Seymour-Johnson Field, NC
6339 W/o 12 Mar 1943 at Orlando AB, FL 
6340 W/o 25 Jul 1944 at Hopewell, VA
6342 (62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) in midair collision with birds at RAF Kings Cliffe, Cambridgeshire, England
Feb 19, 1943.  Able to land, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
6343 (62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, England Oct 20 1943.
Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed
6344 (Headquarters Squadron 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Strassfeld Airfield Y-59, Germany
Apr 2, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
6345 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed near Atcham, England May 5, 1944.  Condemned May 5, 1944
6346 condemned Feb 17, 1943
6347 (62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) hit while parked by taxiing aicraft at RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, England
Sep 13, 1943.  Aircraft badly damaged but repaired and converted to 2-seater for use by XXIX TAC.  
Aircraft condemned Jan 21, 1946
6348 (8 Air Service Ferry Unit) crashed near Desford, England Feb 1, 1943 after colliding with P-47 41-6213.  
Both pilots killed.  Condemned due to damage Feb 1, 1943
6349 condemned Feb 17, 1943
6350 (61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at RAF Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England
Jun 5, 1945.  Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed and condemned Oct 31, 1944
6351 (551th FTS, 495th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Atcham, Shropshire, England Jun 5, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned Sep 26, 1945
6352 (311th Ferry Squadron, 27th Aircraft Transport Group, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at 
RAF Maghaberry, Antrim, Northern Ireland while on ferry flight Jan 27, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
damaged, unknown if repaired.   Condemned Oct 31, 1944
6353 (84th FS, 78th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in Belgium Jun 13, 1943.  Pilot bailed
out and became POW.  Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6354 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Jan 5, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed and condemned Jan 31, 1944
6355 condemned Mar 17, 1943
6356 (HQ 65th FW) crashed near Shipdam, England Mar 7, 1944.  Condemned Mar 8, 1944
6357 (78th FG, 64th FS, "Unmentionalble/Geronimo") ran out of fuel
and crashlanded near Sutton, England Sep 2, 1944.  Repaired and
transferred to 56th FG, 61st FS.  Oxygen system failed and
crashed into English Channel Dec 31, 1943. Pilot KIA.
MACR 1861.  Condemned due to damage Oct 10, 1944
6358 (405th FG, 510th FS, 9th AF, "California") crashed Jun 23, 1944 on NW side of Isle Jersey in
English Channel.  Pilot POW 
6359 (33th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in ground accident Jan 5, 1944 at RAF Debden, Essex, England.  Aircraft destroyed
and condemned Feb 2, 1944
6360 (4th FG, 335th FS) crashed on takeoff at Halesworth,
England Nov 3, 1943.  Condemned Nov 6, 1943
6361 (406th FG, 513th FS) w/o in taxiing accident at
Villacoublay, France Apr 13, 1945.  Salvaged Nov 15, 1945
6362 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) in midair collision and crashed near
Atcham, England Jul 12, 1944.  Salvaged Jul 12, 1944
6363 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashlanded near Atcham,
England Apr 17, 1944.  
6364 (Headquarters, 1st Combat Crew Replacement Center) in taxiing accident at RAF Bovingdon,
England Jun 25, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
Condemned Oct 9, 1945
6365 (78th FG, 82nd FS) crashed near Stevenage, England
Aug 27, 1943.  Condemned Aug 28, 1943
6366 condemned Feb 17, 1943
6367 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed at Lower Trewenard Farm,
England May 25, 1944.  Condemned May 26, 1944
6368 condemned Jun 1, 1944
6369 (33tth FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Hptm Wolfgang Neu of JG 26/4 at Verviers
Simmerath, NW of Koblenz, Germany Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2921.  Pilot killec, aircraft condemned Feb 24, 1944
6370 (56th FG, 62nd FS) in midair collision with 41-6332 and crashed at Goxhill, England Mar 1, 1943.
Condemned due to damage Mar 1, 1943
6371 condemned Oct 31,1 944
6372 (56th FG, 63rd FS) shot down by Uffz Heinz Papendick
in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/9 at Wolder, Belgium Aug 17, 1943.
MACR 265.  Pilot KIA.
6373 (552nd FTS, 495th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Atcham, Shropshire, England Sep 16, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned Nov 1, 1945
6374 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed at Malines, Belgium due to runaway propeller Mar 4, 1944.
MACR 2973 and 4495.  Pilot bailed out and became POW. 
6375 condemned due to damage Apr 4, 1944
6376 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6377 (312th Ferry Squadron, 27th Aircraft Transport Group, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Langford Lodge,
Lough Neagh, Ireland while on ferry flight Jun 18, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
Aircraft condemned Nov 30, 1945
6378 condemned Feb 17, 1943
6379 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Sutton bridge, Lincolnshire, England
Apr 1, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned Mar 5, 1944
6380 (369th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF East Wretham, Norfolk, England
Jan 27, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned Jun 21, 1945
6381 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed at Lawley Bank, near
Lawley, England Jun 20, 1944.  Condemned Jun 21, 1944
6382 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot won by Fw 190A-5 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Vlissinghen,
Netherlands May 14, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.  Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6383 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) lost from unknown cause over Holland May 20, 1943.  Pilot killed.
Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6384 (78th FG) crashed during attempted forced landing Goxhill, England Mar 8, 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
6385 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) stalled and crashed during training flight over Bank Farm, Leighton, Shropshire, 
UK Jun 28, 1944. Pilot bailed out.
6386 (551st FTS, 495th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Shawbury, Shropshire, England Apr 23, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned Apr 23, 1944
6387 (Operational Training Replacement Unit, 8th AF) crashlanded at Creil, France Nov 16, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft condemned due to damage Nov 25, 1944
6388 condemned Jan 30, 1943
6389 condemned Jan 30, 1943
6390 condemned Jan 30, 1943
6391 (78th FG, 82nd FS) crashed at Flieren, Netherlands Jul 30, 1943.  MACR 135A.  Pilot evaded.
6392 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Jun 8, 1943.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. Aircraft condemned Nov 10, 1945
6393 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England
Oct 24, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft
condemned due to damage Mar 25, 1944
6394 (62nd FS, 6th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in France Apr 29, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
and became POW.  Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6395 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed near Montford Bridge, England Apr 4, 1944.  Salvaged due to battle damage 
Apr 5, 1944
6396 (552nd FTS, 495th FTG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Atcham, Shropshire, England Sep 24, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft salvaged Nov 8, 1945
6397 (62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) crash landed at Hollesdon Golf Course, Hertfordshire, England due to
engine failure May 15, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned Oct 31, 1944
6398 (56th FG, 62nd FS) shot down by Hptm Wilhelm Lemke in
Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/9 at Vreren, Belgium Aug 17, 1943. MACR 263.  Pilot KIA
6399 (HQ, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause NE of Calais France Apr 13, 1943.  Pilot bailed
out and evaded capture.  Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944.
6400 (4th FG, 334th FS, "Indianapolis") damaged by Uffz Hans
Engelbrecht in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/10, lost engine Sep 9, 1943 and pilot ditched in English Channel 45
mi S of Beachy Head. Pilot rescued 48 hours later.
6401 (56th FG, 61st FS, "Dream Baby") crashed due to bad weather
3 mi NE of Henley-on-Thames, UK Dec 31, 1943. Pilot bailed
out safely.  Condemned due to damage Jan 5, 1944
6402 (78th FG, 83rd FS) crashlanded near Duxford, Engoand
Oct 1, 1943.  Condemned due to battle damage Oct 2, 1943
6403 (4th FG, 334th FS) pilot bailed out due to midair 
fire near Alconbury, UK Apr 3, 1943.
6404 (389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Thruxton, Hampshire, England Mar 5, 1945.
Pilot survived, aircraft baldy damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvaged Oct 31, 1945
6405 (4th FG) crashed Apr 27, 1943 after midair collision during
mock dogfight.  Pilot bailed out but fractured his spine.
Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6406 (4th FG, 334th FS) shot down by fighter of JG 26/III near Ghent, Belgium 
May 21, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  Plane condemned Oct 31, 1944
6407 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot fown by Fw 190A-5 flown by Lt Ernst Heesen of JG 1/5 between
Blankenberghe and Ostend, Belgium Apr 15, 1943.  Pilot killed, aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
6408 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6409 condemned as missing Jan 16, 1945
6410 (27th ATG, 310th FRS) crashlanded at Down Ampney, England Mar 30, 1944.  With 495th FG, 368th FG, 9th AF
in landing accident at Cardonville airfield A-3 Basse-Normandie, France Jul 31, 1944.  
Condemned due to damage Aug 8, 1944
6411 (78th FG, 83rd FS, "Muscle Bound") engine failed and crashed in North Sea 20 mi NE of Manston, UK Sep 22, 1943.  
Pilot missing after being forced to bail out.  MACR 672.
6412 (551st FTS, 495th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Moreton-in Marsh, Gloustershire, England
Feb 4, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed and was condemned due to damage Feb 6, 1944
6413 diverted to RAF Jun 13, 1944
6414 condemned Oct 31, 1944.  Was "Miss Dallas" with 4th FG.
6415 (Operational Training Replacement Unit, 8th AF) in landing accident at Creil Airfield A-81, Oise, France
Nov 16, 1944. Pilot survived, aircraft condemned due to damage Nov 25, 1944
6416 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) collided in midair with P-47C 42-6358 and crashed 15 mi N of Castle
Camps, england Apr 27, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Oct 31, 1944
6417 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945
6418 surveyed at Andrews Field Oct 5, 1944
6419 to RFC Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945.
6420 W/o 29 Jan 1944 at New Haven, CT, surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY Jan 30, 1944
6421 crashed into house on takeoff from Westover AAF on flight to Hillsgrove, RI Apr 6, 1943
Condemned at Westover AAF, MA Apr 9, 1943 
6422 W/o 17 Apr 1944 at Turkey, NC, surveyed at Bradley Field Apr 22, 1944
6423 force-landed after midair fire at Groton AF, CT Jun 11, 1943  W/o 19 Sep 1943 at Suffolk County AAF, NY.  To CL-26 at
Bradley Field Sep 22, 1943
6424 to CL-26 at Bradley Field Apr 9, 1943
6425 in midair collision with 42-8261 near Wafe Field, RI.  Pilot killed.  W/o 4 Aug 1943 at Perryville, RI 
6426 W/o 15 Apr 1943 in Atlantic Ocean off Long Island, NY, surveyed at Eglin AF Apr 3, 1945
6427 surveyed at Eglin AF apr 1,1 945
6428 W/o 28 Mar 1944 at Bluethenthal Field, NC, to CL-26 at Bradley Field Mar 29, 1943
6429 wrecked in wheels-up landing Groton AF, CT May 9, 1943 and DBR.  W/o 9 May 1943 at Groton AF, CT OR W/o 16 Jul 1943 at 
Suffolk County AAF, NY
6430 surveyed at Oscada AF, MI Sep 9, 1944
6431 to reclamation at Mitchel Field, NY Jan 3,1 946
6432 W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Dalhart AAF, TX, surveyed at Westover AF, MA Apr 4, 1944
6433 W/o 21 Jun 1943 in Long Island Sound off Hatchet Reef, CT, to CL-26 at Trumbull AF, CT Jun 22 ,1943
6434 to RFC at Bush Field May 7, 1945
6435 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 20, 1945
6436 W/o 5 Dec 1943 at Cape Charles Village, VA, surveyed at Bradley Field, CT Dec 6, 1944
6437 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Southport, NC, surveyed at Grenier AF, NH Apr 1, 1943
6438 to reclamation at Bluethenthal AF, NC Jul 6, 1945
6439 surveyed at Eglin AF Mar 25, 1945.
6440 W/o 6 Jul 1943 at Green Field, RI, surveyed at Kelly AF, TX Mar 9, 1944
6441 W/o 17 Feb 1944 at Abilene AAF, Abilene, TX, surveyed at Harding Field, LA Feb 23, 1944
6442 collided in midair with 6440 near Green Field, Bedford AAB, Providence, RI
USA Jul 6, 1943.  One pilot killed, other pilot bailed out.
6443 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 27, 1945
6444 wrecked in midair collision Mar 7, 1943 over Andover, MA Mar 7, 1943
6445 to reclamation at Bradley Field Apr 4, 1945
6446 condemned at Greiner AF Jun 19, 1943
6447 surveyed at Bradley Field Nov 23, 1943
6448 W/o 21 Dec 1943 at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX, to reclamation at Olmstead Field Jan 4, 1944
6449 to reclamatio at Olmstead Field, PA Oct 26, 1944
6450 to reclamation at Andrews AF, MD May 29, 1945
6451 to RFC at Bush Field May 6, 1945
6452 W/o 5 May 1943 at Millville AB, NJ, surveyed at Morris AAF, NC May 27, 1943
6453 surveyed at Oscoda AAF, MI Aug 9, 1944
6454 W/o 13 May 1943 at Richmond AAB, VA, to CL-26 at Richmond AB, VA May 26, 1943
6455 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 27, 1945
6456 W/o 26 Jun 1943 at Millville AB, NJ, to CL-26 at Ft. DIX Jul 4, 1943
6457 prop failed on takeoff 1 mi E of Dale Mabry Field, FL Jan 31, 1943 and DBR
6458 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
6459 crashed and burned near Shrewsbury, MA Apr 15, 1943.  Pilot killed
6460 surveyed Apr 10, 1944 at Richmond AB
6461 W/o 23 Apr 1943 at Millville, NJ, surveyed at Fort Dix Aug 19, 1943
6462 W/o 7 Jul 1944 at Gasburg, VA, surveyed at Richmond AB Feb 19, 194
6463 to reclamation at Richmond AB, VA Jun 29, 1945
6464 to reclamation at Eglin AF, FL Oct 31, 1945
6465 wrecked at Mitchel Field, NY Jun 11, 1943.  Total loss.  W/o 12 Aug 1944 at Richmond, VA 
6466 W/o 8 Apr 1944 at NAS Atlantic City, NJ; repaired (?); to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 27, 1945.
6467 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jul 26, 1945
6468 W/o 12 Apr 1944 at Fredericksburg, VA, surveyed at Camp Springs, MD Apr 16, 1944
6469 W/o 1 Feb 1943 at Langley Field, VA, to CL-26 at Langley Field May 15, 1943.
6470 to reclamation at Dover AAF, DE Jun 29, 1945
6471 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 20, 1945
6472 to reclamation at Eglin AF, FL Oct 31, 1945
6473 ground looped on landing Millville AAB, NJ 3/10/1943.  To RFC at
Bush Field Jun 3, 1945.
6474 wrecked near west gate Langley AF Jan 22, 1943 and DBR
6475 W/o 19 May 1943 at Richmond, VA, surveyed at Richmond AB, NJ May 23, 1943
6476 to reclamation at Shaw Field, SC Jul 11, 1945
6477 overshot landing at Greensburg Apt, PA Apr 20, 1943 and DBR
6478 W/o 3 Apr 1943 at Baltimore, MD, surveyed at Baltimore Apr 30, 1943
6479 surveyed at Andrews AF Sep 19, 1944
6480 W/o 24 May 1944 at Norfolk AAF, VA, surveyed at Langley May 25, 1944
6481 to RFC at Bush Field Jun 7, 1945
6482 missing from Bolling Field, DC Mar 14, 1943. 
6483 to RFC at Bush Field May 2, 1945
6484 wrecked in forced landing at Pennsville, NJ May 4, 1943 and DBR.  There is 
an article in a 1997 issue of 'FlyPast' magazine which says this aircraft crashed near 
Kenton, England Dec 2, 1943, but this article is incorrect.  The plane crashing
at Kenton was actually 42-7874.
6485 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 20, 1945
6486 W/o 30 Oct 1943 at Smithfield, VA, surveyed at Langley Field Nov 2, 1943
6487 surveyed at Millville Jun 22, 1944
6488 to RFC at Bush Field May 5, 1945
6489 W/o 6 Dec 1943 at Camp Springs AAF, MD, surveyed at Colorado Springs Dec 18, 1943
6490 wrecked on takeoff at Republic Field, Farmingdale, NY Feb 3, 1943 when failed to
unlock controls prior to takeoff
6491 to RFC at Albuquarque Jul 3, 1945
6492 W/o 29 Jun 1943 at Saluda, VA, surveyed at Langley Field, VA Jul 2, 1943
6493 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945
6494 surveyed at Seymour-Johnson AF, NC Jul 26, 1944
6495 W/o 26 Sep 1944 at Pemberton, VA, to reclamation at Richmond, VA Jun 15, 1945
6496 wrecked Apr 6, 1943 at Port Republic, NJ after midair fire
6497 W/o 2 Aug 1943 at Millville AAB, NJ, surveyed at Ft Dix, NJ Sep 30, 1943
6498 W/o 23 Sep 1944 at Atlantic City Aerial Gunnery Range, NJ, to reclamation at Millville AAF, NJ Oct 17, 1944
6499 to RFC at Altus Jan 3, 1946
6500 W/o 24 Mar 1943 at Rock Hall, MD, surveyed at Baltimore AAF Apr 30, 1943
6501 W/o 24 Mar 1943 at Rock Hall, MD, surveyed at Baltimore AAF Apr 3,1043
6502 to reclamation at Chanute AAF Jun 7, 1946
6503 W/o 3 Aug 1944 at Goochland, VA, surveyed at Richmond AB Aug 8, 1944
6504 W/o 3 Feb 1943 at Central Airport, CA, condemned at Richmond AB Feb 16, 1943
6505 W/o 21 Jun 1945 at Dallas, TX, to reclamation at Love Field, TX Jul 2, 1945
6506 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945
6507 W/o 15 Mar 1944 at Wellville, VA, surveyed at Colorado Springs Mar 18, 1944
6508 to RFC at Bush Field Apr 16, 1945
6509 to reclamation at Love Field, TX Jul 2,1945
6510 W/o 17 Jul 1944 at Highland Springs, VA, surveyed Jul 20, 1944
6511 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 18, 1945
6512 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Oilville, VA, surveyed at Fort Dix AAF Apr 1, 1944
6513 to RFC at Altus Jan 10, 1946
6514 W/o 23 May 1943 at Millville AAF, NJ, surveyed at Fort Dix AAF Jun 3, 1943
6515 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 5, 1945
6516 W/o 7 Sep 1943 at Richmond AAB, VA, surveyed at Richmond AB, NJ Sep 11, 1943
6517 to RFC at Bush Field Apr 20, 1945
6518 W/o 5 Jun 1944 at Suffolk County AAF, NY, surveyed at Suffolk AAF, NY Jun 6, 1944
6519 force-landed in field during training mission out of 
Philidelphia Army Air Base June 17, 1943 after engine
failure.  Pilot escaped with minor injuries but plane DBR.
6520 surveyed at Millville AAF Oct 26, 1943
6521 wrecked at Municipal Apt, PA Apr 10, 1943 after explosion in air and DBR
6522 W/o 7 Jun 1943 at Camp Springs AAB, DC, surveyed at Colorado Springs, CO Jul 13, 1943
6523 spun in at Millville AB, NJ Apr 27, 1943.  Pilot killed
6524 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945
6525 to reclamation at Andrews AAF, DC Sep 6, 1945
6526 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Baltimore, MD, surveyed at Camp Springs AAF, DC Jun 21, 1943
6527 W/o 19 Jul 1943 at Orlando, FL, surveyed at Orlando AB, FL Jul 20, 1943
6528 (22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Le Colot Airfield A-89, Belgium Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot
survived, aircraft badly damaged, repaired and converted to 2-seater for use by 36th FG.  Condemned Jan 6, 1946
6529 (404th FG, 506th FS) crashed at Winkton, England Apr
13, 1944.  Condemned due to damage Apr 16, 1944
6530 (2906th Observatin Training Group, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Atcham, Shropshire,
England Sep 30, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
Aircraft condemned Apr 16, 1946
6531 (551st FTS, 495th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Atcham, Shropshire, England Apr 14, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft salvaged May 26,1945
6532 (49tth FTG, 552nd FTS) pilot bailed out due to onboard
explosion, crashed at Shelcott Far, Montford,
England Aug 11, 1944.  Condemned due to damage Nov 8, 1944
6533 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashlanded near Atcham, England
Jun 7, 1944.  Condemned due to damage Jun 8, 1944
6534  (56th FG, 63rd FS) shot down by a fighter near Rouen, France Jun 26, 1943. Pilot KIA.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
6535 W/o 15 May 1943 at Duxford, UK; repaired (?).  (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 
in France Apr 1, 1944. MACR  3526.  Pilot killed.
6536 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England Jan 11, 1944.
Pilot survived aircraft, aircraft destroyed and condemned Apr 18, 1944
6537 (63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit SW oF Ghent,
Belgium Sep 2, 1943 and crashed at Hazebrouck, France.  MACR 468.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
Aircraft condemned due to enemy action Sep 7, 1943.
6538 (495th FTG, 552nd FTS) bellylanded in canal at Wheaton 
Aston, England Jul 4, 1944.  Pilot unhurt.  
Condemned due to non-battle damage Jul 7, 1944
6539 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Warmwell, Dorset, England Jun 28, 1943.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Scrapped Oct 25, 1946.
6540 (78th FG, 83rd FS, 8th AF, "Skonk Hunter") ran out of fuel and crashed into English Channel 15 mi N of 
Dieppe, France Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1862.  Pilot bailed out but was not found by air-sea rescue. 
Belived he drowned.
6541 (4th FG, 336th FS) crashlanded at Debden, England Jan 7, 1944.
6542 (78th FG, 82nd FS, "Peter Rabbit") shot down by Fw 190A and crashed into North Sea
Jul 30, 1943.  Pilot rescued
6543 wrecked Jul 3, 1943, W/o 21 Jul 1943 at Moriches Gunnery Range, NY 
6544 to reclamation at Bluethenthal AF Jul 6, 1945
6545 to RFC at Bush Field, GA May 8, 1945
6546 surveyed at Mitchel AAF, NY Jul 29, 1943
6547 to reclamation at Eglin AAF, FLOct 31, 1945
6548 W/o 4 Dec 1943 at Harding Field, LA, surveyed at Westover AAF, MA Dec 7, 1943
6549 W/o 16 Aug 1944 at Oplin, TX, surveyed at Abilene AF, TX Aug 18, 1944
6550 to RFC at Albuquerque, Jul 3, 1945
6551 surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY Nov 18, 1943
6552 W/o 29 May 1943 at Green Field, RI, surveyed at Westover AAF, MA Jun 2, 1943
6553 W/o 21 Mar 1943 at Mitchel Field, NY, surveyed at Bradley Field Mar 24, 1943
6554 wrecked in landing accident at Bedford AAF, MA May 10, 1943 and DBR
6555 flew into ground near Saybrook, CT Mar 10, 1943, pilot killed.
6556 W/o 4 Jul 1944 at Brandford, CT, surveyed at Bradley Field, CT Jul 5, 1944
6557 to reclamation at Richmond AB, NJ Jun 29, 1945
6558 wrecked at Bradley Field, CT Sep 19, 1943 and DBR
6559 W/o 14 May 1944 at Bluethenthal Field, NC, surveyed May 15, 1944
6560 to reclamation at Blumenthal AF, NC Mar 17, 1945, W/o 19 Mar 1945 at Langley Field, VA .
6561 wrecked 1000 ft off north shore of Fishers Island, CT May 18, 1943 after midair.
6562 W/o 4 Apr 1943 at New Bedford, MA, surveyed at Westover Field, MA Apr 5, 1943
6563 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 4, 1945
6564 to reclamation at Mitchel Field, NY Jul 14, 1945
6565 W/o 10 May 1943 at Mitchel Field, NY, surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY May 16, 1943
6566 W/o 27 Apr 1943 in New York state
6567 surveyed at Pocatello AB, ID Jun 17, 1944
6568 W/o 24 Jun 1944 at Bluethenthal Field, NC, surveyed Jun 25, 1944
6569 W/o 21 Mar 1943 at Mitchel Field, NY, condemned at Mitchel Field, NY Mar 24, 1943.
6570 W/o 12 Sep 1943 at Montauk Point, NY, surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY Sep 30, 1943
6571 wrecked in takeoff accident at Bedford AAF, MA Jun 14, 1943 and DBR
6572 wrecked in landing accident at Bedford AAF, MA Mar 25, 1943 and DBR
6573 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Warmwell, Dorset, England Jun 28, 1943.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned Sep 20, 1945
6574 condemned due to damage May 13, 1944
6575 condemned due to enemy action Sep 29, 1945
6576 (4th FG, 334th FS, "The Deacon") crashed into Channel S of Isle of Wight, UK Jun 15, 1943. 
Pilot baled out and rescued.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
6577 (1st Glider Training Squadron) in landing accident at RAF Warton, Lancashire, England
Aug 25, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Salvaged May 17, 1945
6578 (551st FTS, 495th FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Atcham, Shropshire, England Sep 26, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Aircraft condemned Jul 17, 1945
6579 (4th FG, 336th FS) crashed on takeoff at Debden AF, UK 
Sep 22, 1943 and DBR.
6580 condemned due to damage Jun 26, 1944
6581 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot up buing battle with Fw 190A-6 fighters and crashed between Rennes
and Chateaubriant, France Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 1740.  Pilot killed. 
6582 (365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF High Halden, Kent, England May 22, 1944.
Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repairee.  Condemned Oct 27, 1945
6583 (56th FG, 61st FS then to 353rd FG, 351st FS, "Alyce") shot
down by Fw 190A of JG 1/I at Volkerak near Willemstad,
over Zuider Zee, Netherlands Nov 5, 1943.  Pilot POW.
Wrecked recovered 1973;Volkerak
6584 condemned due to damage Dec 5, 1943
6585 (353rd FG, 351st FS) crashlanded at Westleton, near
Southwold, England Sep 7, 1943.  Must have been repaired since
RAF record card for Master DL477 states aircraft crashed at 
Syton-on-Severn, England Apr 3, 1944 after colliding with this 
P-47.  
6586 (353rd FG, 352nd FS) crashed at Goxhill, England
Jul 24, 1943.  Pilot killed Condemned due to battle damage Jul 24, 1943
6587 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fhj Fw. Hans Frese in Bf 109G-6
of JG 3/4 at Oosterland, W of Den Oever, Netherlands Nov 3, 1943. MACR 1049 and 4139
Pilot KIA
6588 to reclamation at Harding Field, LA Jun 15, 1945
6589 wrecked in force-landing 1 mi S of Thomasville AB, GA Jun 3, 1943
6590 pilot bailed out when engine froze Apr 15, 1943 5 mi SW of Tallahassee.
6591 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 26, 1945
6592 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 18, 1945
6593 to reclamation at Hill Field May 29,1 945
6594 wrecked in takeoff accident 1.5 mi S of Harris Neck, GA Oct 20, 1943.  To
CL-26 at Perry AAF, FL Oct 27, 1943
6595 to CL-26 at Wendover AAF, MA Aug 26, 1944
6596 to reclamation at Hill Field May 7, 1945
6597 W/o 26 Mar 1945 at Greenville, TX, surveyed at Majors AAF, TX Mar 26, 1944
6598 W/o 20 Aug 1943 at Hillsborough AAF, FL, surveyed at Hillsboro AAF, FL Sep 2, 1943.
6599 W/o 25 Apr 1943 at Sumatra, FL, to CL-26 at Goldsboro AAF, NC May 12, 1943
6600 W/o 17 Jun 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Cedar Keys, FL, surveyed at Tallahassee Jun 23, 1943
6601 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 28, 1945
6602 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945
6603 to reclamation at Pocatello Dec 16, 1944
6604 W/o 21 Sep 1944 at Blackfoot, ID, surveyed at Pocatello AAF Sep 21, 1944
6605 to reclamation at Hill Field May 29, 1945
6606 W/o 22 Dec 1943 at Zephyrhills, FL, surveyed  at Hillsboro AAF, FL Dec 24, 1943
6607 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 7, 1945
6608 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 3, 1945
6609 surveyed at Venince AAF, FL Oct 20, 1943
6610 W/o 17 Aug 1944 at Pocatello AAF, ID
6611 W/o 17 Jun 1943 at Lighthouse Point, FL.  Also listed as being surveyed at Tallahassee Jun 11, 1943
6612 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 17, 1945
6613 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 7, 1945
6614 to reclamation at Majors Field, TX Jun 3, 1946
6615 W/o 25 Aug 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, surveyed at Dale Mabry AF Sep 6, 1943
6616 force landed and burned near Monticello, FL Apr 8, 1943
6617 W/o 22 Nov 1943 at Venice Bombing Range, Venice, FL, surveyed at Venice AAF, FL Dec 4, 1943
6618 (HQ 44th BG) crashlanded at Wendling, England Apr 7, 1944. With 14th Combat Bombardment Wing
8th AF in taxiing accident at RAF Shipdam, Norfolk, England Sep 8, 1944.  Pilot survived,
aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Surveyed due to battle damage Oct 22 1945
6619 (495th FTG, 551st FTS) crashlanded at Baschurch, England
Oct 20, 1943.
6620 (56th FG) bellylanded at Hawkinge Jun 26, 1943 after being
damaged by Fw 190 over France.  Must have been repaired since
(495th FTG, 552nd FTS) crashed at Genwyn Farm, Eynton,
England Apr 11, 1944.  Salvaged Apr 12, 1944
6621 converted to 2-seater for use by 366th FG.  Crashed on
takeoff at Langford Lodge, Northern Ireland 
Feb 13, 1945.  Salvaged due to damage Apr 18, 1945
6622 (56th FG, 63rd FS) crashed on takeoff at Halesworth, 
England Aug 17, 1943.  Condemned due to battle damage 
Aug 22, 1943
6623 condemned Mar 24, 1943
6624 condemned Mar 24, 1943
6625 condemned Mar 24, 1943
6626 condemned Mar 24, 1943
6627 (551st FTS, 495th FTG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Broseley near Ironbridge,
England May 7, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.  Aircraft condemned May 7, 1944
6628 (495th FTG) crashed at Thorncliffe Oct 3,1944.  Pilot lost
control during formation flying exercise and dove into ground.
Pilot killed.  Condemned due to damage Nov 30, 1944
6629 condemned Mar 24, 1943
6630 condemned due to enemy action Sep 20, 1945
6631 condemned Mar 24, 1943
6632 condemned Mar 24, 1943
6633 surveyed Sep 27, 1944
6634 crashed offshore in Narragansett BAy Apr 12,1 943
6635 surveyed Aug 34, 1944
6636 in midair collision off Fishers Island, CT May 18, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
6637 crashed 5 mi S of Bedford AAF, MA May 8, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
6638 W/o 19 Jul 1943 at Farmingdale, NY, surveyed Jul 28, 1943
6639 wrecked 1 mi S of Kingston, NH May 2, 1943
6640 to RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945
6641 W/o 22 Mar 1944 at Seymour Johnson Field, NC, surveyed at T. F. Green AAF, Warwick, RI May 17, 1944
6642 to RFC at Harding Field, LA Jan 23, 1945
6643 crashed at Topsfield, MA May 14, 1943.  Pilot killed
6644 surveyed Mar 31, 1944 at Eglin AAF, FL
6645 W/o 30 May 1944 at Midway, NC, surveyed at Westover AAF, MA May 31, 1944
6646 W/o 1 Mar 1943 at Boston Harbor, MA, also listed as wrecked at Bedford AAF, MA Mar 5, 1943
6647 surveyed at Ft. Dix AB, NJ Mar 7, 1944
6648 W/o 1 Jun 1944 at Wood County Airport, OH, also listed as to CL-26 at Lockbourne AAF, OH Apr 13, 1944
6649 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Sep 18, 1945.
6650 wrecked at Bolling Field, WA May 3, 1943
6651 to RFC at Bush Field May 5, 1945
6652 W/o 7 Jun 1943 at Richmond, VA, to CL-26 at Republic Aircraft
6653 W/o 16 Sep 1944 at Bay Ridge, MD, surveyed Sep 18, 1944 at Peterson Field, CO
6654 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 17, 1945
6655 to RFC at Bush Field Apr 16, 1945
6656 to RFC at Albuquerque AAF, NM Jun 20, 1945
6657 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Millville AAF, NJ, stored at Hill Field, UT Jun 12, 1946
6658 to reclamation at Ft Sumner AAF, NM Mar 13, 1946
6659 to CL-26 at Dover AAF, DE Mar 2, 1944.  To reclamation Apr 9, 1946
6660 surveyed at Richmond AB, VA Nov 30, 1943
6661 W/o 8 May 1944 at Blackstone AAF, VA, surveyed May 11, 1944 at McClellan AF, CA
6662 W/o 8 Jul 1943 at Oakford, PA, to CL-26 at Fort Dix Jul 10, 1943
6663 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jun 13, 1945
6664 W/o 5 Jun 1943 at Millville, NJ , to CL-26 at Fort Dix AB, NJ Jun 9, 1943
6665 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Shadyside, MD, surveyed at Langley Field Apr 5, 1944
6666 crashed on takeoff from Richmond AAB, VA Mar 10, 1943. To Cl-26 Mar 27, 1943
6667 to RFC at Bush Field, GA May 5, 1945
41-6668 ... 41-6721
Republic P-43 Lancer
6668 to CL-26 Jan 5, 1943
6669 to reclamation at Buckley Field Dec 5, 1944
6670 to reclamation at Gulfport, MS Mar 27, 1945.
6671 wrecked at Hensley Field, Dallas, TX Jun 16, 1942 and DBR
6672 ground looped at Bolling Field Mar 24, 1942 and DBR
6673 to reclamation at Buckley Field Dec 2, 1944
6674 to CL-26 at Orlando AB, FL Oct 1, 1942
6675 to CL-26 at Ohio Institute of Aero, Columbus, OH Feb 26, 1942
6676 to reclamation at Kelly Field Aug 22, 1945.
6677 crashed at Fort Lewis, WA Feb 12, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Also listed as W/o 10 Feb 1942 at Mcchord Field, WA 
6678 to reclamation Oct 26, 1944
6679 to reclamation at Gulfport Mar 27, 1945
6680 wrecked in crash landing at Drew Field, FL Sep 19, 1942 and DBR
6681 to CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Mar 18, 1943
6682 to reclamation at Kelly Field, TX Aug 22, 1945
6683 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Mar 18, 1943
6684 condemned at Cam Beauregard, MS Feb 10, 1943
6685 converted to P-43D.  to RAAF as A56-8.  Back to 5th AF 7/18/1943. Salvaged Feb 9, 1944
6686 surveyed Jan 1, 1943
6687 converted to P-43D.  to CL-26 at March Field Jul 14, 1942.  Assigned
to 24th OS (later renamed 33rd PRS) and crashed due to midair
collision at Vichy AAF, MO Mar 27, 1943.  Pilot killed.
6688 W/o 28 Apr 1942 at Lawson Field, GA 
6689 W/o 1 Mar 1942 at NAS San Diego, CA 
6690 to Reclamation at McClellan Field Mar 27y, 1945
6691 wrecked in landing accident Jan 21 1943, Moore Field, TX
6692 converted to P-43D.  To RAAF as A56-1.  Damaged in taxi accident 3/25/1943.
Back to 5th AAF 8/27/1943.  To CL-26 at Desert Center AAF, CA Apr 13, 1944
6693 W/o 10 Jan 1942 at NAS San Diego, CA, to CL-26 Mar 15, 1942
6694 to CL-26 at Biloxi, MS Apr 3, 1942
6695 converted to P-43D.  To CL-26 at Desert Center AAF, CA Apr 13, 1944
6696 W/o 12 Feb 1942 at NAS San Diego, CA, surveyed Aug 31, 1942
6697 to CL-26 Mar 15, 1942
6698 to CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Sep 20, 1943
6699 condemned at Chanute Feb 23, 1942
6700 crashed W of North Island at sea  Dec 28, 1941.  Pilot killed
6701 W/o 16 Nov 1941 at Conyers, GA, surveyed Apr 19, 1942
6702 to CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Aug 13, 1942
6703 to reclamation at Lincoln, NB Sep 5, 1944
6704 surveyed Apr 9, 1942
6705 surveyed Dec 17, 1942
6706 to RFC May 15, 1945
6707 converted to P-43D.  To RAAF as A56-2.  Back to 5th AF 9/2/1943. Salvaged Mar 4, 1944
6708 to reclamation at Keesler Field Oct 2, 1945
6709 surveyed Oct 14, 1942
6710 to reclamation at Lincoln, NB Sep 5, 1944
6711 to CL-26 at Buckley Field May 10, 1943
6712 to CL-26 at Chanute Field Apr 30, 1942
6713 W/o 17 Sep 1942 at Drew Field, FL, surveyed at Drew Field Jan 1, 1943
6714 to CL-26 Nov 14, 1942
6715 condemned Feb 23, 1942
6716 wrecked in takeoff in takeoff accident at Morris AF, SC Jul 9, 1942 and DBR
6717 to CL-26 at North Island, CA Feb 23, 1942
6718 converted to P-43D.  To RAAF as A56-7.  Missing 4/30/1943 in flight
from Wagga.  Aircraft found in Hursville hills 1958.
6719 W/o 17 Sep 1942 at Drew Field, FL, surveyed at Drew Field Jan 1, 1943
6720 to reclamation at McClellan Jan 3, 1946
6721 surveyed at Tinker AF, OK Dec 28, 1943.
41-6722 ... 41-7115
Bell P-39D-BE Airacobra
6730,6767,6773,6780,6791,6818,6965,6985,6990,7002,7011,7012,7025,7027,7031,7035,7040,7061,7062,7065,
7068,7073,7075,7094,7097 modified to P-39D-3 recon configuration.
6722 entered flat spin and crashed 3 mi NW of Pigua, OH Apr 26, 1943 and pilot killed
6723 to RAAF as A53-15.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Returned to USA Jan 18, 1944 and surveyed
Feb 1, 1944
6724 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6725 condemned Mar 18, 1942
6726 wrecked in force landing after fuel exhaustion at Cross City AF, FL Dec 17, 1942 and DBR
6727 force landed after fuel exhaustion and wrecked at Midway, FL Aug 18, 1942 and DBR
6728 surveyed Feb 20, 1942
6729 to reclamation at Kelly Field Oct 2, 1945
6730 (MSN 15-69) Conv to P-39D-3-BE; w/o 16 Jun 1943 at Godman Field, KY, surveyed at Godman Field Jun 17, 1943
6731 (MSN 15-70) wrecked in landing Oct 21, 1941 at Selfridge AAF Oct 21, 1941.  To New England Aircraft School
6732 condemned Aug 18, 1943
6733 condemned Jun 7, 1943
6734 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6735 returned to USA Jan 27, 1944, surveyed Mar 28, 1944
6736 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6737 returned to USA Apr 4, 1944, surveyed Apr 12, 1944
6738 to RAAF as A53-16.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed in USA Apr 28, 1944
6739 wrecked in landing accident at Sarasota AAF, FL Sep 3, 1942 and DBR.  To CL-26
at Lincoln Tech School, MB Sep 24, 1942.
6740 salvaged Mar 23, 1944
6741 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6742 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6743 condemned Mar 25, 1944
6744 surveyed May 8, 1942
6745 surveyed Mar 9, 1942
6746 (MSN 15-85) W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Las Vegas AAF, NV, surveyed Jun 16, 1944
6747 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6748 wrecked in takeoff accident Dec 9, 1941 at Midland, TX Dec 9, 1941 and to CL026 Mar 4, 1942.
6749 pilot bailed out 7.5 mi E of Tifton, GA Nov 16, 1942
6750 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6751 (MSN 15-90) W/o 15 Jun 1942 at Aguacatan, Guatemala, condemned Jan 7, 1944
6752 wrecked in taxi accident at Sarasota AAF, FL Mar 14, 1943
6753 flew into ground during approach to target at Dale Mabry, FL Oct 14, 1942.  Pilot killed
6754 wrecked at Greensboro, NC Nov 16, 1941
6755 propeller failure E of Hempstead, NY Sep 2, 1941 and pilot bailed out.
6756 wrecked SW of Key Field, MS Jun 28, 1942.  Pilot killed.
6757 condemned Jan 15, 1944
6758 to RAAF as A53-10.  Returned to USAAF in 1943. Surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944
6759 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6760 condemned Mar 23, 1944
6761 to CL-26 at Gulfport AAF, MS
6762 surveyed Jun 17, 1944
6763 (MSN 15-102) W/o 18 Aug 1942 at Reykjavik Field, Iceland
6764 (MSN 15-103) W/o 6 Oct 1942 in Iceland, condeMned Jan 18, 1943
6765 to CL-26 at Cross City AAF, FL Oct 20, 1943
6766 to reclamation at Kelly Field Oct 2, 1945
6767 surveyed at Reading AAF, PAMar 28, 1944
6768 wrecked in takeoff accident at Ft Myers FL Feb 23, 1943
6769 returned to USA, surveyed May 21, 1944.
6770 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6771 wrecked after loss of control at 6000 ft 4 mi NW of Quicy, FL Oct 8, 1942
6772 (MSN 15-111) W/o 17 Oct 1943 at College Park, GA, surveyed Oct 18, 1943
6773 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jan 3, 1945
6774 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
6775 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6776 surveyed at Eagle Pass AAF, TX May 20, 1944
6777 to CL-26 at Chanute Field Jun 20, 1942
6778 (MSN 15-117) W/o 4 May 1943 at Hilo, HI, condemned May 24, 1943
6779 wrecked 12 mi W of Pittsburg, PA Jan 18, 1942.  To CL-26 Feb 26, 1942.
6780 to reclamation at Robbins Field Jul 6, 1945.
6781 condemned Sep 20, 1943
6782 (MSN 15-121) W/o 8 Jul 1943 at Brooks Field, TX, surveyed at Brooks Field Jul 11, 1943
6783 condemned Oct 30, 1944
6784 (MSN 15-123) W/o 14 Dec 1941 at Inyokern, CA, surveyed Sep 9, 1942
6785 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6786 to CL-26 Feb 9, 1943
6787 stalled on landing and spun-in at Mitchel Field, NY Nov 14, 1941
6788 crashed into parked PBY-5A at APO-860 Aug 28, 1942.  Condemned Sep 8, 1942
6789 wrecked at Drew Field, FL Sep 20, 1942
6790 (MSN 15-129) W/o 26 May 1943 at Berry Field, New Guinea.
6791 to reclamation at Spokane May 21, 1945
6792 (MSN 15-131) W/o 17 Nov 1943 at Matagorda Peninsular, TX, to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 7, 1945
6793 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6794 to CL-26 at Shappard Field, TZX Feb 26, 1942
6795 wrecked 17 mi NW of Dale Mabry AAF, FL Oct 4, 1942
6796 (MSN 15-135) W/o 16 May 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, to CL-26 Jul 29, 1942
6797 to DPC at Bush Field Oct 6, 1945
6798 pilot bailed 1/2 mi E of Matagordo Peninsula, TX Nov 17, 1943
6799 wrecked in wheels-up landing at Key Field, MS Aug 13, 1942.  To CL-26 Aug 21, 1942.
6800 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6801 to CL-26 at Windsor-Locks Apr 15,1 945
6802 (MSN 15-141) shot down by Japanese in Papua New Guinea May 12, 1942. To William G. Chapman Air Museum of PNG
1970-72.  To Kodoka Track War Museum, Port Moresby, PNG in 1972.  Loaned to Museum of Transportation and Technology, Auckland
1975-79.  Reportedly owned by N. M. Armstrong of Auckland, New Zealand.  Need confirmation.   
(www.warbirdregistry.org)
6803 (MSN 15-142) W/o 25 Jan 1943 at Page Field, FL, condemned Jan 28, 1942
6804 crashed on takeoff Myrtle Beach, SC Nov 19, 1941.  Pilot killed.
6805 to RAAF as A53-11.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944.
6806 (MSN 15-145) W/o 30 Jan 1944 at Minden, LA, surveyed Feb 8, 1944
6807 wrecked in swamp near France Field, CZ May 15, 1943
6808 (MSN 15-147) W/o 24 Aug 1942 at Melgerdi Field, Iceland, condemned Sep 8, 1942
6809 wrecked at Palm Springs AAF, CA Nov 17, 1943
6810 to CL-26 at Venice, FLO Oct 15, 1944
6811 (MSN 15-150) wrecked offshore from Myrtle Beach, SC Mar 1, 1943, 
6812 to CL-26 at Dale Mabry Mar 20, 1943
6813 (MSN 15-152) W/o 21 Nov 1943 in New Guinea, condemned Nov 22, 1943
6814 wrecked in takeoff accident at Boward Field, CZ Jan 13, 1943 and DBR
6815 condemned Nov 13, 1942
6816 (MSN 15-155) W/o 30 Aug 1942 at Sarasota, FL, surveyed at Drew Field Jan 1, 1943
6817 surveyed Apr 9, 1942
6818 to CL-26 at Godman Field, KY Oct 30, 1043
6819 to CL-26 Sep 24, 1942
6820 returned to USA Jan 16, 1944.  Surveyed Mar 27, 1944
6821 surveyed Apr 30, 1942
6822 surveyed Aug 3, 1944
6823 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
6824 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6825 condemned Oct 31,1944
6826 returned to USA Mar 8, 1944.  Surveyed Mar 19, 1944.
6827 (MSN 15-166) W/o 25 Aug 1942 at Melgerdi Field, Iceland, condemned Sep 8, 1942
6828 (MSN 15-167) W/o 2 Nov 1941 at Greensboro, NC
6829 wrecked at Selma, AL Oct 7, 1942.
6830 to reclamation at McClellan Jan 3, 1946
6831 crashed and burned 25 mi NE of Cambridge, OH Jan 8, 1942.
6832 returned to USA Apr 1,1 944.  Surveyed Apr 14, 1944.
6833 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6834 (MSN 15-173) W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Bellows Field, HI, condemned Sep 27, 1943
6835 wrecked in landing accident at Reykjavik, Iceland Nov 18, 1942
6836 condemned Oct 16, 1943
6837 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6838 to RAAF as A53-20.  Returned to USAAF in 1943. returned to USA Jan 27, 1944.  
Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
6839 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6840 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
6841 crashed and burned at Tallahassee, FL Jan 12, 1942.  Pilot killed
6842 to CL-16 at William-Northern Field, TN Nov 4, 1943
6843 condemned May 30, 1943
6844 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6845 wrecked in landing accident at Loesy Field, Puerto Rico Aug 8, 1942 and DBR
6846 (MSN 15-185) W/o 9 Oct 1941 at Courtney, PA, surveyed Feb 20, 1942
6847 wrecked 1/2 mi N of Berlin, GA Nov 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
6848 (MSN 15-187) W/o 1 Apr 1943 in Iceland
6849 to reclamation at Olmstead Field, PA Jun 2, 1945
6850 crashed 2 mi W of Berlin, GA Dec 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
6851 crashed in Puerot Rico after entered spin at 6000 feet Jan 30, 1943.  Pilot killed
6852 crashed at sea 8 mi offshore of Puerto Rico Jan 12, 1942.  Pilot killed
6853 (MSN 15-192) W/o 10 Mar 1944 at Palm Springs AAF, CA, surveyed at Stinson Field, TX Mar 15, 1944
6854 to reclamation at Kelly Field Jul 17, 1945
6855 (MSN 15-194) demolished in wreck at Jun 19, 1943 at Trinidad.
6856 wrecked at Vera Cruz May 4, 1942
6857 (MSN 15-196) W/o 12 Aug 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA, surveyed at Ephrata AAB Aug 15, 1944
6858 surveyed at Ephrata AAB, WA Jun 22, 1944
6859 (MSN 15-198) W/o 19 Nov 1942 at Waller Field, Trinidad, condemned Apr 1, 1944
6860 surveyed at Lemoore AAF Aug 3, 1944
6861 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 11, 1945
6862 (MSN 15-201) W/o 21 Jul 1943 at Hato Fld, Curacao, condemned Apr 1, 1944
6863 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
6864 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6865 to RFC at Alridge AAF, TX Jan 10, 1945
6866 surveyed at Naples AAF, FL Aug 22, 1944
6867 to RFC at Bush Field Dec 16, 1944
6868 (MSN 15-207) W/o 31 May 1943 at New Orleans AAB, LA.
6869 condemned Oct 2, 1943
6870 while attached to 36th PG, 32nd PS based at Losey Field, Puerto Rico damaged Jan 20, 1942 while
parked by another landing aircraft (AT-6 40-2133) ground looping at Arecibo Field, Puerto
Rico.  While attached to 16th FG, 24th FS damaged in takeoff accident at Howard Field, Canal
Zone.  Feb 17, 1944 while attached to the 339th FBG, 504th FBS at Rice AAF, CA damaged in midair
collision 3 mi SW of Rice AAF with P-39N 42-18466.  Surveyed May 22, 1944
6871 wrecked in takeoff accident at Dale Mabry, FL May 29, 1942 and DBR
6872 to reclamation at Kelly Field, TX Oct 2, 1945
6873 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6874 to CL-26 at MAD Jul 31,1942
6875 surveyed at Kelly AAF, TX May 1,1944
6876 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 1,1945
6877 (MSN 15-216) W/o 12 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA, surveyed at Kelly AAF, TX Apr 13, 1944
6878 (MSN 15-217) W/o 12 Nov 1942 at Clearfield, PA, to CL-26 at Cross City AB, FL Nov 26, 1942
6879 condemned Jun 16, 1943
6880 (MSN 15-219) W/o 22 Aug 1942 at Waller Field, Trinidad, condemned Apr 1, 1944
6881 wrecked in takeoff accident at Patterson Field, OH Nov 16, 1941 and DBR
6882 (MSN 15-221) W/o 15 Dec 1942 at Hato Field, Curacao
6883 (MSN 15-222) W/o 30 Jun 1943 at Managua, Nicaragua, surveyed at Brownsville, TX Mar 1, 1944
6884 wrecked in emergency forced landing at Howard Field, CZ Dec 22, 1942 and DBR
6885 wrecked in takeoff accident at Chame, CZ May 14, 1942 and DBR
6886 crashed and burned at Losely Field, Puerto Rico Nov 9, 1942.  Pilot killed.
6887 (MSN 15-226) W/o 28 Mar 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA, surveyed Apr 1, 1944 at Esler Field, LA
6888 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Jul 26, 1943
6889 condemned Sep 20, 1943.
6890 (MSN 15-229) W/o 3 Jan 1943 at Galapagos AB, Galapagos Islands, condemned Apr 19, 1943
6891 wrecked in emergency landing at Old France Field, Canal Zone Nov 18, 1942 and DBR
6892 (MSN 15-231) W/o 13 Apr 1942 at Chame Point, Panama Canal Zone, condemned Apr 30, 1942
6893 condemned Sep 13, 1943
6894 returned to USA Mar 18, 1944, surveyed Apr 1, 1944
6895 surveyed Jan 8, 1945
6896 surveyed Aug 15,1944
6897 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
6898 surveyed at Kelly Field, Tx Dec 30, 1943.
6899 (MSN 15-238) W/o 16 Aug 1944 at Strafing Range, WA, surveyed at Moses Lake, WA Aug 17, 1944.
6900 to RFC at Bush Field Dec 16, 1944
6901 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6902 crashed in water AP_0502 Apr 15, 1943 and DBR.  Condemned Apr 15, 1945.
6903 surveyed at Spokane, WA Jun 9, 1944
6904 crashed off Beane AAF, BWI Apr 23, 1943.  Pilot killed
6905 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
6906 (MSN 15-245) W/o 4 Nov 1942 at Tobago Island, Trinidad, condemned Apr 26, 1943
6907 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 20,1945
6908 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6909 condemned Apr 30, 1945
6910 (MSN 15-249) crashed 1.5 mi N of Dale Mabry AAF, FL Jun 27, 1942 during aerobatics.  Pilot bailed out.
6911 crashed 1.5 mi E of Dale Mabry AAF, FL in takeoff accident Jun 27, 1942.  Pilot killed
6912 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 20, 1945.
6913 condemned Feb 28, 1943
6914 (MSN 15-253) W/o 2 Jul 1943 at Hato Field, Curacao; repaired (?); to Brazil AF on 22 Jan 1944
6915 spun in 2 mi W of Catano, Puerto Rico Feb 26, 1943.  Pilot killed
6916 to reclamation Buckingham AAF, FL Jun 16, 1945
6917 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
6918 surveyed Mar 1, 1944
6919 crashed and burned near Cerozal, Puerto Rico Nov 13, 1942.  Pilot killed.
6920 to reclamation at Winslow, AZ Oct 22,1945
6921 disintegrated during dive bombing practice 1.5 mi E of Arecibo AAF,
Puerto Rico Feb 24, 1942. Pilot killed.
6922 wrecked in landing accident Dec 4, 1942, Curacao, Dutch West Indies and DBR
6923 condemned 13, 1943
6924 condemned Sep 20, 1943
6925 condemned Feb 1, 1944
6926 to RFC at Alledge Field, TX Jan 10, 1945
6927 wrecked Feb 14, 1942.  
6928 condemned after accident Jan 7, 1943
6929 to RAAF as A53-17.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed Jan 26, 1944
6930 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6931 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
6932 surveyed at Stinson Field, TX May 11, 1944
6933 condemned Oct 16, 1943
6934 condemned May 28, 1943
6935 condemned Sep 20, 1943
6936 (MSN 15-275) W/o 8 Jun 1943 at Hilo Field, HI, condemned Oct 16, 1943
6937 (MSN 15-276) W/o 2 Jun 1942 at Kaneohe NAS, HI, condemned Jul 10, 1942
6938 (333rd FS, 318th FG) lost Jul 9, 1943, Hawaii.  Condemned Jul 29, 1943
6938 (318th FG) lost Jul 9, 1943, Hawaii
6939 condemned Sep 20, 1943
6940 wrecked Jun 27, 1942 at France Field, Canal Zone
6941 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6942 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed Apr 14, 1944.
6943 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6944 to RAAF as A53-12.  Damaged beyond repair in forced landing Jul 1, 1943
and converted to components.  Crated and returned to USAAF in Aug 1943.
6945 condemned Nov 30,1944
6946 to reclamation at Kelly Field Oct 2, 1945
6947 to RAAF as A53-18.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  To reclamatin at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6948 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 12, 1945
6949 diverted to Australia.  
6950 pilot bailed out after midair fire May 30,1942, Howard Field, CZ
6951 (MSN 15-290) crash-landed near Weipa, Queensland, Australia May 1, 1942.  Recovered
1972 by Sid Beck.  Under restoration at Beck Aviation and Military Museum, Mareeba, QLD, Australia.
Displayed at Sid Beck/Beck Military Collection, Mareeba, Queensland 1987-2002 as 16951 "Erminie"
(www.warbirdgistry.org)
6952 condemned Aug 1, 1944
6953 condemned Sep 7, 1944
6954 surveyed at Spokane, WA Jun 2,1944
6955 force-landed 6 mi S of Rankin, WS Nov 19, 1941 and DBR
6956 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6957 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6958 condemned Dec 16, 1942
6959 condemned Nov 30, 1944.
6960 (MSN 15-299) W/o 27 May 1943 at Hilo, HI
6961 pilot bailed after entered unrecoverable dive Mar 22, 1942, Quincy FL
6962 condemned Oct 16, 1943
6963 condemned Aug 9, 1943
6964 salvaged Oct 27, 1943
6965 salvaged at Lemoore AAF, CA Aug 26, 1944.
6966 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6967 wrecked after entering inverted spin Mar 21, 1942 at Wheeler Field, HI.  Pilot bailed out.
6968 to RAAF as A53-14.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
6969 to reclamation at Robbins Field Jun 19, 1945
6970 (MSN 15-309) reported recovered in Papua New Guinea.  Reported 1982 at National Aviation Museum,
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
6971 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6972 condemned Mar 20, 1944
6973 to RFC at Bush Field Dec 16, 1944
6974 condemned after accident Sep 7, 1942
6975 (MSN 15-314) W/o 24 Jun 1942 at Kahuku Point, HI, condemned Aug 8, 1942
6976 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6977 condemned Jan 4, 1943
6978 condemned Oct 16, 1943
6979 to CL-26 at Lambert Field, MO Jul 29, 1942
6980 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6981 surveyed at Kingman, AZ Aug 15, 1945
6982 condemned Oct 31,1 944
6983 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Apr 27, 1944
6984 (MSN 15-323) W/o 16 Apr 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, condemned May 18, 1942
6985 (MSN 15-324) Conv to P-39D-3-BE; w/o 23 Jun 1943 at Blythe AAF, CA.  Also listed as condemned May 20, 1942
6986 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6987 (MSN 15-326) W/o 14 Feb 1944 at Palm Springs, CA, surveyed at Kelly Field, TX Feb 22, 1944
6988 surveyed at Palm Springs AAF, CA Sep 30, 1944
6989 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
6990 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 7, 1945
6991 ditched off Tahaguilla Island, Canal Zone May 4, 1942.
6992 went out of control 1 mi off Chame Point, Canal Zone Apr 13, 1942.  Pilot bailed
out but chute was caught on plane and he was killed.
6993 (MSN 15-332) W/o 18 Dec 1943 at Key Field, MS, to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Dec 23, 1943
6994 surveyed at Kelly Field, TX Apr 25, 1944
6995 to CL-26 Feb 26, 1942
6996 (MSN 15-335) W/o 19 Oct 1942 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned Oct 26, 1942
6997 surveyed at Palm Springs Sep 30, 1944
6998 wrecked at Chorrera Auz #1, Canal Zone during force landing Jun 13, 1942
6999 wrecked at Athens, TN Oct 20, 1942 and to CL-26 Feb 26, 1941
7000 condemned Jan 18, 1943
7001 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
7002 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Dec 27, 1944
7003 (MSN 15-342) spun in at Chame, Panama Panama Aug 18, 1942, pilot killed
7004 wrecked at Ft Blackmore, VA Feb 20, 1942.  To CL-26 Mar 23, 1943
7005 wrecked at Athens, TN Dec 21, 1941, to CL-26 at Biloxi, MS Feb 26, 1942
7006 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
7007 wrecked at Dale Mabry Field May 10, 1942, pilot killed.
7008 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
7009 (MSN 15-348) W/o 2 May 1944 at Ephrate AAB, WA, surveyed at Love Field May 3, 1944
7010 to reclamation at Robbins Field Mul 6, 1945
7011 surveyed May 22, 1944
7012 (MSN 15-351) Conv to P-39D-3-BE; w/o 19 Oct 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI, surveyed at William Northern Field, TN Oct 21, 1942
7013 dove in at Ochlocknee Bay, FL Apr 26, 1943.  Pilot killed
7014 wrecked in takeoff accident at Howard Field, Canal Zone Sep 3, 1942 and DBR
7015 wrecked 1 mi N of Chorrera Aux #1, Panama Apr 1, 1942 and DBR.
7016 wrecked SW of APO-838, Canal Zone Apr 29, 1943.
7017 condemned May 28, 1943
7018 condemned Apr 2, 1942
7019 crashed at Harlingen, TX Jan 14, 1942.  Pilot killed
7020 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Dec 21, 1943
7021 (MSN 15-360) W/o 10 Feb 1943 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned Apr 20, 1943
7022 (MSN 15-361) W/o 18 Jul 1942 at La Joya, Panama.  Also listed as being dropped from roster Apr 19, 1942
7023 (MSN 15-362) W/o 7 Oct 1942 at Chame, Panama, condemned Nov 25, 1942
7024 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Dec 21, 1943
7025 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7026 (MSN 15-365) W/o 16 Mar 1942 at La Chorrera Field # 1, Panama, condemned Mar 16, 1942
7027 in midair collision 1.5 mi offshoure in Deadman Bay, FL Jan 9, 1943.  Both pilots
bailed out
7028 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
7029 crashed at Reykjavik, Iceland Apr 2, 1942.
7030 (MSN 15-369) wrecked at Tjferin, Vera Cruz Mar 9, 1942.  To CL-26 May 8, 1942
7031 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Mar 19k 1944
7032 wrecked at Jackson, MS due to prop failure Jan 11, 1942.  Condemned Jan 30, 1942
7033 returned to USA Mar 8, 1944.  To reclamation Nov 2, 1944
7034 returned to USA Mar 8, 1944.  Surveyed Mar 19, 1944
7035 condemned Sep 8, 1942
7036 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945.
7037 to reclamation at Kelly Field, TX Oct 2, 1945
7038 (MSN 15-377) W/o 10 Jun 1942 at Nanson Airdrome, Nandi, Fiji, condemned Jun 17, 1942
7039 (MSN 15-378) W/o 6 Jun 1944 at Naples AAF, FL; repaired (?); wfu 16 Dec 1944 at RFC Bush Field, GA
7040 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945.
7041 (MSN 15-380) W/o 20 Aug 1942 at Verde Island, Panama, condemned Sep 15, 1942.
7042 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 27, 1945.
7043 collided in midair with B-25B 41-17590 south of Itai Island,
Fiji Oct 13, 1942.  Condemned Jun 15, 1944.  
7044 surveyed at Dale Mabry Field, FL Feb 10, 1944
7045 (MSN 15-384) returned to USA Sep 24, 1943 and W/o 11 Apr 1944 at Foster Field, TX, surveyed Apr 14, 1944
7046 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7047 returned to USA Mar 6, 1944 and surveyed May 30, 1944
7048 to RFC at Arledge Field, TX Jan 10, 1945
7049 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 21, 1945.
7050 crashed at Howard Field, Canal Zone Aug 13, 1942 when enetered inverted spin.  Pilot killed
7051 (MSN 15-390) W/o 22 May 1943 at Meeks Field, Iceland, condemned May 31, 1943
7052 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
7053 (MSN 15-392) modified as P-39J. w/o 1 Jul 1943 at Aiken AAF, SC, Surveyed Jul 3, 1943
7054 (MSN 15-393) modified as P-39J.  w/o 25 Sep 1942 at Sarasota AB, FL, To CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Oct 21, 1942
7055 modified as P-39J.  In midair collision with P-39D 41-38302 at Sarasota AAF, FL Sep 7, 1943
1 killed.
7056 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
7057 (MSN 15-396) converted to P-39D-1. W/o 30 May 1943 at Naviti Island, Guadalcanal.  Also listed as condemned Jun 19, 1942
7058 converted to P-39D-1.  Condemned Jun 15, 1944
7059 modified as P-39J.  Pilot bailed out Everett, WA Jan 25, 1942.
7060 (MSN 15-399) modified as P-39J.  w/o 4 Jun 1942 at Pulaski, MS, To CL-26 at Love Field, TX Jun 29, 1942
7061 modified as P-39J.  Damaged wing on landing Ft. Benning, GA 3/10/1943.
to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
7062 (MSN 15-401) modified as P-39J.  Wrecked 1 mi S of Kelly Field, TX in takeoff accident Jun 12, 1942.
w/o 24 Apr 1943 at Kelly Field, TX
7063 (MSN 15-402) modified as P-39J.  w/o 7 May 1942 at Myrtle Beach, SC, To CL-26 at Morris Sub Depot, NC May 25, 1942
7064 (MSN 15-403) modified as P-39J.  w/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, Condemned Oct 17, 1942
7065 modified as P-39J.  To reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7066 modified as P-39J.  Wrecked at Marianna AAF, FL Jun 1, 1943
7067 modified as P-39J.  To RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
7068 modified as P-39J.  To RFC at Arledge Field, Stamford, TX Jan 22, 1945.
7069 modified as P-39J.  Wrecked at Cross City AB, FL Nov 20, 1942.  Pilot killed
7070 (MSN 15-409) modified as P-39J.  w/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, Condemned Oct 17, 1942
7071 modified as P-39J.  To CL-26 at Sarasota AB, FL Nov 14, 1942.
7072 modified as P-39J.  Destroyed in wheels-up landing Florence, SC Apr 12, 1942
7073 (MSN 15-412) modified as P-39J.  Wrecked Sep 10, 1943 in test flight at Morris AAF, NV.  Pilot killed. 
7074 (MSN 15-413) modified as P-39J.  w/o 10 Apr 1942 at Florence, SC, to CL-26 May 21, 1942.
7075 modified as P-39J.  To RFC at Ponca City Jan 9, 1945
7076 (MSN 15-415) modified as P-39J.  w/o 31 Mar 1942 at Woodward Field, SC, To CL-26 at Gulfport, MS Jul 31, 1942
7077 modified as P-39J.  Surveyed at Brooks field Jun 1, 1943
7078 modified as P-39J.  To CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Oct 27, 1942
7079 modified as P-39J.  Surveyed at McClellan Field Jun 18, 1944
7080/7115 converted to P-39D-1
7089 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Dec 27, 1944
7081 condemned Jan 29, 1944
7082 destroyed in wheels-up landing Apr 8, 1942, Harlingen, TX
7083 surveyed Sep 5, 1944
7084 (MSN 15-423) W/o 22 Jun 1943 at Floresville, TX, surveyed at Brooks Field Jun 23, 1943
7085 to RAAF as A53-13.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
7086 condemned Jun 17, 1943
7087 crashed SW of APO-662, Canal Zone Mar 22, 1943.  SOC Mar 25, 1943
7088 (MSN 15-427) wrecked Aquadulce, Panama Canal Zone Apr 29, 1943 and SOC Apr 30, 1943
7089 (MSN 15-428) W/o 3 Mar 1943 at Chame Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned in Panama Mar 27, 1943
7090 (MSN 15-429) W/o 3 Mar 1943 at Chame Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned in Panama Mar 27, 1943
7091 surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Jul 18, 1944
7092 returned to USA Mar 8, 1944 and surveyed Mar 19, 1944
7093 surveyed at Love Field, TX Nov 28, 1943
7094 (MSN 15-433) Conv to P-39D-3-BE; w/o 5 Jul 1943 at McCamey, TX, surveyed at Kelly Field, TX Jul 15, 1943
7095 force-landed and nosed over at Thomasville, GA Dec 21, 1941 and DBR
7096 (MSN 15-435) W/o 6 Jan 1943 at Galapagos AB, Galapagos Islands, condemned Apr 19, 1943, Galapagos Islands
7097 surveyed at McClellan AAF, CA Jun 18, 1944
7098 to reclamation at Brownsville AAF, TX Jan 6, 1945
7099 surveyed at Victorville AB, CA Aug 11,1 944
7100 surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Mar 15, 1944
7101 surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Jul 13, 1944
7102 (MSN 15-441) returned to USA Mar 30, 1944.  W/o 10 May 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA and surveyed May 18, 1944
7103 (MSN 15-442) W/o 15 Apr 1942 at Nandi Airport, Fiji, condemned Jun 15, 1944
7104 (MSN 15-443) W/o 22 Apr 1942 in Pacific Ocean off Fiji, condemned Jun 15, 1944
7105 overshot landing at Nausori Air Field, Fantan Feb 14, 1942 and DBR.   
Condemned Feb 19, 1942.
7106 in force landing at Nandi airport Feb 27, 1942 and DBR
7107 spun in N of Nandi Aprport Feb 23, 1942 and DBR.
7108 surveyed at Victorville AV, CA Aug 17, 1944
7109 surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Aug 3, 1944
7110 surveyed at Kingman Jul 26, 1944
7111 (MSN 15-450) W/o 8 Nov 1943 at Narewa Fld, Fiji, condemned New Caledonia Nov 16, 1943
7112 (12th FS, 18th FG) lost over Solomons Jul 27, 1943.  MACR 151
7113 (68th FS, 347th FG) lost over Fiji Islands July 5, 1943.  MACR 88
7114 (70th FS, 347th FG) lost over Fiji Islands Oct 3, 1943.  MACR 441
7115 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Sep 6, 1945.
41-7116 ... 41-7344
Bell P-39F-1-BE Airacobra
7123,7177,7182,7183,7226,7230,7248,7266,7270/7272,7278,7294,7295,7299,7302,7303,7305,7309,7310,
7312,7318,7325,7326,6332,7334,7339 converted to P-39F-2 format
7116 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7117 (MSN 15B-2) W/o 14 Sep 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, to CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Sep 23, 1942
7118 (MSN 15B-3) W/o 24 Mar 1942 at Florence, SC, surveyed Jul 1, 1942
7119 to RAAF as A53-1 Jul 1942.  W/o Feb 19, 1943 in accident and converted to components.
7120 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7121 hit parked automobile on landing and DBR Mar 7, 1942 at Paine AAF, WA.
7122 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7123 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 12, 1945
7124 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7125 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7126 surveyed at Moses Lake, WA Jun 17, 1944
7127 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7128 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7129 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7130 returned to USA Oct 28, 1943. Surveyed Dec 10, 1943
7131 surveyed at Ephrata AB, WA Aug 7, 1944
7132 condemned Mar 23, 1943
7133 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7134 to RAAF as A53-2.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  To reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
7135 stalled and crashed on landing at Wayne Co, MI Jan 28, 1942.  Pilot killed
7136 condemned Jun 17, 1942
7137 MIA Jun 26, 1942
7138 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7139 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7140 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7141 to RAAF as A53-7.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed in USA May 22, 1944
7142 spun in and crashed at Harding Field, LA May 23, 1942.  Pilot killed
7143 (MSN 15B-28) W/o 23 Aug 1943 at Thomasville, GA, surveyed at Dale Mabry Field, FL Aug 24, 1943
7144 (MSN 15B-29) W/o 21 Oct 1942 at Cross City AAB, FL, to reclamation at Brookley Field May 7, 1945
7145 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7146 (MSN 15B-31) W/o 8 Nov 1942 at Salinas, CA, to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Dec 16, 1942
7147 wrecked at Detroit, MI Sep 1, 1943.
7148 pilot bailed out in Brown River area of PNG Jul 4, 1942.
7149 condemned Jun 26, 1942.
7150 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7151 condemned Feb 9, 1944
7152 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7153 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7154 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7155 lost in combat Jun 3, 1942
7156 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7157 to RAAF as A53-3.  Damaged beyond repair Jan 24, 1943 at Bankstown, NSW, Australia and converted
to components
7158 condemned after accident Jul 15, 1942
7159 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7160 (MSN 15B-45) returned to USA Oct 28, 1943. W/o 19 Feb 1944 at McClellan Field, CA and surveyed in USA Mar 26, 1944.
7161 wrecked at Selfridge Field, MI Feb 8, 1943 and demolished
7162 condemned Oct 31, 1944.
7163 to RAAF as A53-4. Returned to USAAF in 1943.  To RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 25, 1945
7164 to RAAF as A53-5.  Crashed Oct 26, 1942 after engine failure at
Bankstown, NSW, Australia.
7165 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7166 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
7167 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7168 to RAAF as A53-6.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Salvaged Jan 15, 1944
7169 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7170 salvaged Jul 1, 1943
7171 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7172 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7173 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7174 condemned after accident Jul 21, 1943
7175 DBR in landing accident at Thomasville, GA May 14, 1943
7176 crashed and burned near Allyer, Canada Mar 4, 1942.
7177 (MSN 15B-62) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 4 Nov 1943 at Aiken AAF, SC, surveyed at Nashville, TN Nov 5, 1943
7178 DBR at Selfridge Field, MI Apr 24, 1942
7179 pilot bailed out 2 mi S of Florence, SC Apr 23, 1942
7180 crashed after entered flat spin at Cross City AB, FL Nov 13, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7181 crashed and burned 12 mi WSW of Gadsden, AL Apr 5, 1943
7182 to reclamation at Robbins Field, GA Jul 6, 1945
7183 (MSN 15B-68) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 3 Nov 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA, surveyed Nov 5, 1943
7184 (MSN 15B-69) W/o 29 Sep 1943 at Boyce, LA, surveyed at Esler Field, LA Oct 5, 1943
7185 (MSN 15B-70) stalled on takeoff Jun 29, 1942 at Elmendorf AAF, Alaska
7186 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7187 (MSN 15B-72) W/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, condemned Oct 17, 1942
7188 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7189 to RAAF as A53-19.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944
7190 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7191 condemned May 18, 1942
7192 (MSN 15B-77) returned to USA Oct 1943, W/o 7 May 1944 at Portland AAB, OR, surveyed May 10, 1944
7193 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7194 lost in combat Jun 2, 1942
7195 condemned Aug 28, 1942
7196 wrecked in landing accident at Longview, AK Nov 18, 1942 and DBR
7197 to CL-26 at Harding Field, LA Apr 23, 1943
7198 (53rd FG) to CL-26 at Ft Myers, FL mar 2,1944
7199 to RAAF as A53-22.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed at Moses Lake, TX Jul 17, 1944
7200 lost in combat Jun 2, 1942
7201 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7202 (MSN 15B-87) W/o 30 Jun 1942 at Harding Field, LA, surveyed at Harding Field, LA Nov 15, 1943
7203 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7204 pilot bailed out Jun 16, 1942 and crashed near Rigo PNG.
7205 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7206 returned to USA Jan 16, 1944 and surveyed Mar 28, 1944
7207 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7208 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7209 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7210 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7211 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7212 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7213 condemned after accident Jul 1, 1942
7214 lost in combat Jun 17, 1942
7215 (MSN 15-554) abandoned after landing accident May 1, 1942 on Cape York Peninsula,
Australia. Recovered Nov 1971 by Nick Watling and reported 1988 stored
a Mount Isa, Australia waiting for restoration.  Restored to airworthy, Wangaratta, Victoria 2002
(www.warbirdregistry.org)
7216 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7217 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7218 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7219 condemned Oct 31, 1944
7220 condemned after accident Jul 1, 1942
7221 condemned after accident May 26, 1942
7222 lost in combat Jun 17, 1942
7223 condemned after accident Aug 20, 1943
7224 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Dec 12, 1944
7225 to CL-26 at Drew Field, FL Nov 26, 1942
7226 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Jun 2, 1945
7227 (MSN 15B-112) to CL-26 at Harding AAAF, LA Jun 12, 1942
7228 (MSN 15B-113) W/o 3 Feb 1944 at Foster Field, TX, surveyed at Foster Field, TX Feb 5, 1944
7229 (MSN 15B-114) W/o 17 Sep 1942 at Craig Field, AL, to CL-26 at Brookley AAF Training School Oct 1, 1942
7230 stalled on landing at Myrtle Beach, SC Mar 17, 1942 and DBR
7231 missing since Mar 23, 1942, wreck found Mar 31, 1942 30 m NW of San
Antonio, TX.  Pilot killed.
7232 crashed and burned at Ft Myers, FL Apr 19, 1943. Pilot killed
7233 (MSN 15B-118) force landed Aug 18, 1943 in New Guinea and exploded. 
7234 spun in 15 mi E of Parris, FL Nov 25, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7235 to RAAF as A53-21.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed May 28, 1944
7236 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Jun 2, 1945
7237 wrecked 6 mi S of Fanlew, FL May 18, 1943 and DBR
7238 wrecked at Crawfordsville, FL May 25, 1942 and DBR
7239 wrecked at Placidia, FL May 11, 1942 and DBR
7240 to CL-26 at Amarillo AAF, TX Jul 16, 1942
7241 in midair off shore in Deadmans Bay, FL Jan 9, 1943
7242 crashlanded in woods 5 mi E of Cross City AB, FL Oct 20, 1942
7243 nose wheel collapsed on landing at Biggs AAF, TX May 28, 1942.  To CL-26
7244 crashed and burned SE of Florence, SC May 19, 1942
7245 wrecked 4 mi SE of Chadburg, FL apr 23, 1942. To CL-26
7246 to reclamation at Patterson AAF, OH Nov 13, 1945
7247 (MSN 15B-132) (52nd FG) crashed and burned enroute to Dale Mabry AAF, FL Jul 1, 1942
7248 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 7, 1945
7249 stalled and landed short of field at Dale Mabry Field, FL Sep 28, 1942
7250 (MSN 15B-135) W/o 3 Nov 1942 at Cross City AAB, FL, condemned Dec 16, 1942
7251 wrecked 2 mi SE of Plum Branch, SC Apr 2, 1942 and DBR
7252 wrecked in midair near Drew AAF, FL Sep 30, 1942 and DBR
7253 crashed in Redoubt Bay, AK Dec 19, 1942 and DBR
7254 force landed 10 m SW of Bloomstwon, FL Apr 23, 1942 and DBR
7255 wrecked in landing accident at Tallahassee, FL Sep 19, 1942 and DBR
7256 crashed SW of McCutchfille, OH Feb 18, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7257 force landed 5 mi NW of Page Field, FL Mar 23, 1943 and DBR
7258 taxied into 41-7071 Apr 10, 1942 at Florence AAF, SC and both aircraft DBR
7259 (MSN 15B-144) W/o 26 Apr 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, to CL-26 Jul 29, 1942
7260 wrecked at Panama City, FL Apr 14, 1942 and DBR
7261 condemned Aug 24, 1943 at Kodiak, AK
7262 nose wheel failed on landing at Wayne Co, MI Apr 4, 1942 and plane burned
7263 (MSN 15B-148) W/o 7 May 1942 at Brunswick, GA, to CL-26 at Hunter Field, GA May 27, 1942
7264 to CL-26 at Charlotte AA, SC May 29, 1942
7265 overshot landing at Dale Mabry AAF, FL Apr 29, 1943 and DBR
7266 (MSN 15B-151) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 28 Jun 1943 at Winchester, TN, surveyed at Tulahoma, TN Jun 29, 1943
7267 (MSN 15B-152) wrecked at Ft Myers, FL Jun 1, 1943
7268 (MSN 15B-153) Wfu 1 Oct 1942 at Brookley Field, AL, to CL-26 Oct 1, 1942
7269 (MSN 15B-154) W/o 30 Sep 1942 at Limestone, FL, surveyed Jan 12, 1943
7270 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 26, 1945
7271 crashed Jul 12, 1943 during training flight out of Keystone
AAF, Keystone Heights, FL.  Pilot killed.  Plane surveyed at Leesburg AAF, Jul 23, 1943
7272 in force landing 1/2 mi N of Marshal Fls, KA May 28, 1943 and DBR
7273 crashed and burned at Tallahassee, FL Sep 12, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7274 (MSN 15B-159) W/o 25 Mar 1943 at Brooks Field, TX, surveyed Aug 18, 1943
7275 crashed and burned 3 m N of Florence AAF, SC Apr 7, 1942
7276 to CL-26 at Cross City AAF, FL Dec 5, 1942
7277 to CL-26 Jul 31, 1942
7278 (MSN 15B-163) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 16 Jul 1943 at Wildwood, FL, surveyed at Leesburg AAF, VA Dec 12, 1943
7279 to reclamation Oct 2, 1945
7280 to CL-26 at high school in Wilmington, OH Nov 14, 1943
7281 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 20, 1945
7282 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1942
7283 condemned Dec 31, 1943, Elmendorf, AK
7284 crashed and burned 20 m W of New Orleans Apr 5, 1942
7285 crashed and burned Tallahassee, FL Sep 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
7286 to CL-26 at Lowry Field Nov 11, 1942
7287 to reclamation Oct 2, 1945
7288 to CL-26 at Sarasota AB, FL Oct 20, 1942
7289 wrecked at Patterson AAF, OH Dec 5, 1942 and DBR.
7290 (MSN 15B-175) in midair collision with 7291 near Lima, OH Mar 18, 1942
7291 (MSN 15B-176) in midair collision with 7290 near Lima, OH Mar 18, 1942
7292 to CL-26 at Embry Riddle, FL Oct 28, 1942
7293 wrecked 2 mi W of Mira Loma, CA Jan 19, 1943 and DBR
7294 to CL-26 at William Northern AAF, TN Nov 25, 1947
7295 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 2, 1945
7296 (MSN 15B-181) W/o 7 Oct 1942 at Sarasota AB, FL, to CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Oct 17, 1942
7297 crashed and burned near Lima, OH Mar 18, 1942
7298 wrecked in landing accident at Ft Greely, AK Mul 15, 1942 and DBR
7299 (MSN 15B-184) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 27 Mar 1942 at Desert Centre AAF, CA, surveyed at Desert Center AAF, CA Mar 29, 1942 
7300 crashed and burned near Lima, OH Mar 18, 1942.
7301 wrecked at New Orleans AAB Apr 18, 1942.  Condemned May 1, 1942
7302 (MSN 15B-187) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 8 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA, surveyed at Patterson AAF, OH Mar 9, 1944
7303 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jan 9, 1945
7304 condemned Dec 24, 1942
7305 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 20, 1945
7306 condemned Oct 31, 1942
7307 (MSN 15B-192) W/o 2 Jun 1942 at Stoney Point, Canada, condemned Dec 31, 1943
7308 surveyed at McClellan AF, CA Dec 3, 1943
7309 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
7310 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jan 28, 1945
7311 crashed at Manteur, LA May 11,1 942.  Pilot killed
7312 to RFC at West Virginia University, Morgantown, WVA Jun 5, 1945
7313 to CL-26 Jul 29, 1942
7314 (MSN 15B-199) W/o 8 Nov 1942 at Longview, AK, condemned Nov 8, 1942
7315 (MSN 15B-200) W/o 11 Aug 1942 at Ft Spencer, AK
7316 wrecked 10 m NW of Cross City AB, FL Nov 20, 1942 when engine failed on takeoff. DBR
7317 (MSN 15B-202) W/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, condemned Oct 12, 1942
7318 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
7319 wrecked at New Orleans AAB Apr 19, 1942 when hit while parked at night by
P-39F 41-7335 and DBR
7320 to reclamation at Spokane May 29, 1945
7321 (MSN 15B-206) W/o 2 Oct 1942 at Nome, AK, condemned Oct 2, 1942
7322 (MSN 15B-207) W/o 18 Sep 1942 at Nome, AK, condemned Dec 31, 1943
7323 (MSN 15B-208) condemned Sep 9, 1942
7324 to reclamation at Kelly Field, TX Oct 2, 1945.
7325 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Jun 2, 1945
7326 to CL-26 at Langley Field, VA Mar 25, 1944
7327 wrecked in force-landing at New Orleans AAB, LA Apr 22, 1942 and DBR
7328 (MSN 15B-213) wrecked 8 m E of Phoenix Apr 9, 1942 and DBR, W/o 9 Sep 1942 at Nome, AK 
7329 condemned Sep 9, 1942.
7330 wrecked in takeoff accident at Longview, Alaska Nov 14, 1942 and DBR.
7331 hit tree at Kodiak, Alaska Sep 5, 1942 and DBR
7332 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 20, 1945
7333 to reclamation at Brookley Field, AL Sep 20,1945
7334 (MSN 15B-219) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 16 May 1943 at William Northern AAF, TN.
7335 hit parked plane during night landing at New Orleans AAB, LA Apr 19, 1942 and DBR.
7336 (MSN 15B-221) W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Longview, AK, condemned Dec 5, 1942
7337 crashed into bay at Nome Landing Field, Alaska Jun 25, 1942.  Pilot killed
7338 crashed at Harding AAF, LA May 19, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7339 (MSN 15B-224) Conv to P-39F-2-BE; w/o 29 May 1943 at Fort Myers AAF, FL, surveyed at Fort Myers AAF, FL May 31, 1943
7340 to CL-26 at Robbins Field Oct 24, 1943
7341 (MSN 15B-226) W/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, condemned Oct 17, 1942
7342 in wheels-up landing at Crystal Alke AAF Aug 21, 1942 and DBR
7343 crashed 3 m NE of Dale Malbry AAF, FL Mar 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
7344 to reclamation at Dothan, AL Mar 22, 1945.
41-7345 ... 41-7365
Martin B-26A Marauder
7345 Redes as RB-26A on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 6 Jul 1943 at Big Springs AF, TX.  
7346 to reclamation at Keesler Field Mar 13, 1946
7347 to reclamation at Keesler Field Mar 13, 1946
7348 in taxiing accident at Patterson Field, Ohio Feb 25, 1942.  With 335th BG, 475th BS0 in ground accident at
Barksdale Field, Louisiana Aug 29, 1942.  To reclamation at Dodge City Oct 2, 1945
7349 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK112.  Sep 1, 1943.  MIA on recon flight Jun 3, 1943
7350 to reclamation at Keesler Field Mar 13, 1946
7351 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK110 Sep 18, 1942.  MIA on recon flight Sep 5, 1944
7352 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK111 Jul 8, 1942.  Ditched on takeoff from
Bone, Algeria Apr 21, 1944.
7353 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK145 Oct 24, 1942.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
7354 force landed in a field Feb 9, 1942 Nashville, TN while being delivered to
RAF.  Nose gear would not extend and DBR.  No RAF serial allocated
7355 to RAF as Marauder I FK109 Jun 19, 1942.  W/o when bellylanded at Alghero, 
Sardinia Sep 13, 1944.
7356 to RAF as Marauder I FK143.  Forcelanded in Turkey after
engine failure Feb 15, 1943 and interned.
7357 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK122 Aug 6, 1942.  Crashed near Shallufa,
Egypt Nov 23, 1942 after tailplane detached.
7358 to RAF as Marauder I FK124 Jul 13, 1942.  Flew into high ground after 
takeoff from Alghero, Sardinia Sep 13, 1944
7359 W/o 21 Sep 1942 at Barksdale Field, LA, to CL-26 at Barksdale Sep 23, 1942
7360 to RAF as Marauder I FK124 in Africa Jun 24, 1943.  Crashed on ferry flight
7361 to RAF as Marauder I FK123 in Africa Aug 28, 1943.  SOC Jul 20, 1945
7362 to RAF as Marauder I FK133 in Africa Aug 30, 1942.  MIA Dec 28, 1943
7363 to RAF as Marauder I FK142 in Africa Sep 23, 1942.  MIA Feb 1, 1944
7364 to RAF as Marauder I FK117 in Africa Aug 2, 1942.  Crashed on approach to
Fayid, Egypt Mar 1, 1943 after engine cut out.
7365 to RAF as Marauder I FK137 in Africa Jul 1, 1942.  DBR Sep 22, 1944
41-7369 ... 41-7430
Martin B-26A-1 Marauder
7369 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK160 Aug 30, 1942.  DBR when undercarriage
collapsed on landing at Bone, Algeria May 26, 1943.
7370 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK126 Jul 8, 1942.  Crashed on landing at
Ghisonnaccia, Corsica Feb 3, 1944
7371 to RAF in Africa as Marauder 1A FK368 Jul 13, 1942
7372 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK153 Aug 4, 1942.  SOC Jul 20, 1945
7373 to RAF as Marauder I FK129 Jun 7, 1943.  Crashed in sea 25 mi W of 
Borinquen, Puerto Rico during ferry flight Jun 22, 1943.
7374 to RAF as Marauder I FK132 Jun 7, 1943.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
7375 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK127 Sep 13, 1942.  Ditched in Adriatic Sea
following engine failure Oct 19, 1943
7376 to CL-26 at Dodge City, KS Sep 1, 1943
7377 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK150 Sep 18, 1942.  MIA on reconnaissance
mission over Aegean Sea Feb 15, 1943
7378 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK144 Aug 28, 1942.  SOC Jul 20, 1945
7379 to RAF as Marauder I FK138 Aug 27, 1942.  Crashed after hitting cables on takeoff
from Grottaglie, Italy Sep 21, 1944
7380 crasged 5 mi S of Martin field, Maryland Jan 29, 1942.  All killed.  Condemned at Martin Aircraft Jan 31, 1942
7381 to RAF as Marauder I FK135 Jan 31, 1943
7382 crashed at Offut AAF, NB May 25, 1942 before delivery to RAF as Marauder I FK114.  2 killed.
7383 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK113 Jul 16, 1943.  Crashed on delivery flight
7384 to RAF as Marauder I FK116 Jun 9, 1943.  Crashed near Accra, Gold Coast Oct 30, 1943.
7385 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK121 Aug 8, 1942.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
7386 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK118 Jul 16, 1942.  Damaged beyond repair in
accident Apr 21, 1944.
7387 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK139 Aug 2, 1942.  MIA during attack on shipping in 
Melos harbor, Greece Feb 21, 1943
7388 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK141 Aug 24, 1942.  W/o when swung on landing at Castel
Benito, Libya and undercarriage collapsed Jul 8, 1943
7389 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK119 Aug 14, 1942.  Missing on ferry flight Aug 17, 1942.
7390 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK120 Aug 19, 1942.  MIA on reconnaissance mission May 7, 1944
7391 to RAF as Marauder I FK115 Jun 15, 1942.  SOC Jul 12, 1945
7392 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK377 Aug 7, 1942.  MIA on attack on shipping in Melos
Harbor, Greece Feb 21, 1943
7393 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK128 Aug 22,1942.  Damaged by enemy fighters, w/o in
subsequent crashlanding at Protville, Tunisia Sep 27, 1943.
7394 was supposed to go to RAF as Marauder I FK128, but condemed at Bolling Field due to
crash at Shadwell, Virginia before delivery Aug 7, 1942.  Crew killed.
7395 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK131 Aug 11, 1942.  MIA Dec 15, 1943
7396 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK375 Jun 16, 1942.  MIA during attack on convoy
off Aghios Giorgios Island Jan 3, 1943
7397 to reclamation at San Barnardino Oct 22, 1945
7398 to CL-26 at Martin-Omaha Aug 16, 1943.
7399 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK159 Jul 15, 1942.  MIA on reconnaissance mission 
Apr 19 1944
7400 was to have gone to RAF as Marauder I FK136.  Crashed before
delivery. Sent to reclamation at Robbins Field Aug 21, 1945
7401 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK148.  Crashed on ferry flight and condemned Sep 26, 1942.
7402 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK147 Dec 5, 1942.  MIA on reconnaissance mission Jul 24, 1943.
7403 to reclamation at Lowry Field Oct 2, 1945
7404 crashed in burned at Lambert Field, MO Nov 6, 1942
7405 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK365 Sep 4, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
7406 to CL-26 at Dodge City, KA Oct 23, 1942
7407 was to have gone to RAF as Marauder IA FK372 but crashed 19 Jul 1942 at Nashville, TN before
delivery.  Scrapped at Martin-Omaha Apr 4, 1945
7408 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK371 Jul 15, 1942.  MIA on reconnaissance mission over
Tyrrhenian Sea Apr 25, 1943.
7409 Wrecked at MacDill AAF, FL Jul 10, 1943
7410 to reclamation at Keesler Field Mar 13, 1946
7411 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK149 Aug 20, 1942.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
7412 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK151 Aug 20, 1942.  SOC Jul 20, 1945
7413 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK373 Aug 8, 1942.  MIA on reconnaissance mission Aug 26, 1943.
7414 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK156 Sep 29, 1942.  SOC Jul 20, 1945
7415 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK363 Nov 17, 1942.  MIA on reconnaissance mission Jun 27, 1943
7416 to RAFA in Africa as Marauder I FK157 Jul 13, 1942.  DBR when hit truck during landing at
field in the Western Desert Aug 20, 1942.
7417 to DPC at Bush Field Dec 21, 1944
7418 was have gone to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK140 but crashed enroute in Natal, Brazil Jul 21, 1942 due to engine failure
7419 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK362 Oct 11, 1942.   Crashed in Mediterranean between
Italy and Algeria Feb 8, 1944
7420 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK369 Jul 18, 1942.  Lost on delivery flight at Waller Field, Trinidad BWI Jul 19, 1942.
7421 was to have been delivered to RAF as Marauder I FK158, but was wrecked Miami, FL 
Jul 21, 1942.  To CL-26 Aug 31, 1942
7422 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK367 Aug 8, 1942.  Shot down by Spitfire (presumably in
error) off Menghazi Dec 16, 1942.
7423 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK154 Aug 13, 1942. Crashed into Bay of Algiers during
ferry flight Mar 10, 1943
7424 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK376 Aug 17, 1942.  Spun into ground near Abu Sueir, 
Egypt May 10, 1943 after tail broke off
7425 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK155 Aug 9, 1942.  MIA during reconnaissance mission May 9, 1943
7426 was to have gone to RAF but was wrecked at Patterson Field, OH Mar 21, 1942 on
way to modification center and DBR.  No RAF serial allocated
7427 Redes as RB-26A on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 28 Aug 1943 at Mountain Home, ID, surveyed at Chanute Field, IL Sep 28, 1943
7428 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK378 Aug 13, 1942. MIA on reconnaissance mission Apr 12, 1943
7429 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK370 Jul 18, 1942.  DBR when nosewheel collapsed during
engine runup and engine caught fire at Blida, Algeria Dec 3, 1943
7430 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA FK366 Aug 11, 1942.  MIA on minelaying mission	
off Tunis Dec 20, 1942.
41-7432 ... 41-7476
Martin B-26A-1 Marauder
7432 to reclamation at Keesler Field, MS Mar 13, 1946
7433 to RAF in Africa as Marauder IA Sep 10, 1942.  W/o when crashlanded at Tingley, Algeria
following engine failure Apr 24, 1943.
7434 to RAF in Africa as Marauder I FK152 Aug 22, 1942.  Crashed in forced landing at
Bou Ficha, Tunisia Jul 10, 1943 following engine failure.
7435 main landing gear collapsed on landing at Barksdale Field Nov 13, 1942 and DBR
7436 to reclamation at Keesler Field, MS Mar 13, 1946
7437 to reclamation at Lowry Field Oct 2, 1945
7438 (3195h BG, 437th BS) in takeoff accident at Harding Field, Louisiana Aug 22, 1942.  To CL-26 at Lowry Field, CO Sep 4, 1942
7439 to Wisconsin Vocational School, Madison, WS Jul 6, 1945.
7440 to reclamation at Laughlin Field, TX Jun 2, 1945
7441 crashed and burned at Little Rock, Ark Sep 2, 1942
7442 Redes as RB-26A on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Brooks Field, TX, surveyed at Brooks Field, TX Sep 2, 1943
7443 (38th BG) nose gear collapsed on landing and plane burned at Patterson Field, OH May 17, 1942
7444 to reclamation at Laughlin AAF, TX Jan 3, 1946
7445 to reclamation at Patterson Field, OH Nov 13, 1945
7446 Redes as RB-26A on 22 Oct 1942; crashed 70 m SW of Barksdale Field, LA Jan 16, 1943.
7447 to CL-26 Nov 27, 1942
7448 crashed and burned at Barksdale Field, LA Oct 13, 1942.  W/o 20 Oct 1942 at Barksdale Field, LA 
7449 to reclamatin at South Plains AAF, TX Oct 10, 1944
7450 (17th BG, 37th BS) wrecked at Barksdale Field Aug 2, 1942 in landing accident.  To CL-26 Aug 13, 1942
7451 (17th BG, 432nd BS) wrecked 10 m S of Shreveport, LA Aug 26, 1942 due to engine failure.  Crew killed.
7452 spun in and sank at sea off MacDill AAF, FL Mar 13, 1943.  5 killed
7453 (17th BG, 95th BS) wrecked at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 2, 1942 in takeoff accident.  To CL-26 Aug 13, 1942
7454 to CL-26 at Dodge City, KS Sep 1, 1943
7455 Redes as RB-26A on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 26 Apr 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA, surveyed at Barksdale Field, LA May 2, 1943
7456 in landing accident at Jackson Field, Mississippi Mar 31, 1942.  To reclamation at South Plains AAF, Lubbock, TX Oct 13,1944
7457 (17th BG, 95th BS) in landing accident at Love Field, Texas Aug 28, 1942.  To CL-26 Sep 10, 1942
7458 (335tth BG, 475th BS) in ground accident at Barksdale Field, Louisiana Aug 29, 1942.  
To reclamation at Amarillo, TX Oct 19, 1945.
7459 W/o 20 Sep 1942 at Plain Dealing, LA, condemned at Barksdale Field Sep 24, 1942
7460 to CL-26 at 347th Sub Depot, Dodge City, KA Sep 1, 1943
7461 spun in from 2500 feet at MacDill Field, FL Apr 11, 1943.  4 killed.
7462 to reclamatin at Buckley Field Mar 20, 1946.
7463 (335th BG, 475th BS) in takeoff accident 5 m8 S of Barksdale Field, Louisiana Aug 25, 1942.  
Condemned at Barksdale Field Aug 28, 1942.
7464 to CL-26 at 374th Sub Depot, Dodge City, KA Sep 1, 1943.
7465 to reclamation at Keesler Field Sep 26, 1944.
7466 (319th BG, 437th BS) in takeoff accident at Barksdale Field, Louisiana Aug 7, 1942.  Condemned at Barksdale Field, LA Sep 8, 1942
7467 (17th BG, 95th BS) hatch blew off during takeoff and force landed Jun 5, 1942 at Barksdale Field, LA 
Jun 5, 1942.  To CL-26 Jul 10, 1942.
7468 to reclamation at Dodge City, KA Oct 2, 1945
7469 crashed at MacDill Field, FL Apr 16, 1943 due to engine fire.  3 killed.
7470 to reclamation at Barksdale Field, LA Oct 2, 1945
7471 to reclamation at Sheppard Field, TX Oct 13, 1944
7472 force landed in plowed field near Barksdale Field, LA Apr 25, 1943.  To CL-26 May 2, 1943.
7473 wrecked 2 m N of Gandy Bridge in Tampa Bay, FL Oct 20, 1942
7474 to reclamation at Buckley Field, Denver CO Dec 5, 1944
7475 Redes as RB-26A on 22 Oct 1942; w/o 2 Jul 1943 at Abington, LA, surveyed at Barksdale AAF Jul 4, 1943
7476 (17th BG, 34th BS) in takeoff accident at Barksdale Field, Louisiana Jul 10, 1942 due to engine failure.
To CL-26 at Barksdale AAF Jul 16, 1942
41-7484 ... 41-7485
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5611/5612
7484 wrecked Oct 12, 1944.
7485 (MSN 222-5612) W/o 11 Aug 1944 at Riverside, CA, surveyed at Hamilton AAF, CA Aug 19, 1944
41-7486 ... 41-7496
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
MSN 222-5613/5623
7486 surveyed at Long Beach AB, CA Jun 10, 1943
7487 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 1, 1945
7488 condemned at San Barnardino, CA Nov 27, 1942
7489 to reclamation at Santa Maria, CA Dec 5, 1944
7490 (MSN 222-5617) W/o 10 May 1943 at Edgemont, CA, surveyed at March Field, CA May 13, 1943
7491 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
7492 (82nd FG) wrecked in night landing at Muroc AB, CA Jun 18, 1942.  Surveyed Dec 4, 1942
7493 (MSN 222-5620) W/o 7 Dec 1943 at Ontario, CA, surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Dec 8, 1943
7494 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 7, 1945
7495 (MSN 222-5622) W/o 3 Feb 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA, condemned at San Bernardino, CA Dec 8, 1943
7496 wrecked at Metropolitan APT, Van Nuys, CA Jun 1, 1943.  Surveyed Jun 1, 1943
41-7497 ... 41-7497
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5624
7497 condemned due to crash Feb 5, 1943
41-7498 ... 41-7513
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
MSN 222-5625/5640
7498 (MSN 222-5625) W/o 30 Apr 1942 at Santa Catalina, CA 
7499 (MSN 222-5626) W/o 26 Aug 1942 at Paine Field, WA 
7500 (MSN 222-5627) W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Rosamond Dry Lake, CA 
7501 (MSN 222-5628) W/o 18 Sep 1942 at Orange County Airport, CA 
7502 (MSN 222-5629) W/o 18 Jun 1942 at Anaheim, CA 
7503 (MSN 222-5630) W/o 9 Nov 1942 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
7504 (MSN 222-5631) W/o 9 Sep 1942 at Malibu Beach, CA 
7505 (MSN 222-5632) W/o 29 Aug 1942 at Glendale, CA 
7506 (MSN 222-5633) W/o 7 Dec 1942 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
7507 (MSN 222-5634) W/o 6 Nov 1942 at Muroc AAB, CA 
7508 (MSN 222-5635) W/o 27 Jun 1942 at Muroc, CA 
7509 (MSN 222-5636) W/o 30 Sep 1942 at Muroc AAB, CA 
7510 (MSN 222-5637) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
7511 (MSN 222-5638) W/o 19 Nov 1943 at Santa Paula, CA 
7512 (MSN 222-5639) W/o 28 Nov 1942 at Tustin, CA 
7513 (MSN 222-5640) W/o 16 Sep 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
41-7514 ... 41-7515
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5641/5642
41-7516 ... 41-7524
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
MSN 222-5643/5651
7516 (MSN 222-5643) W/o 18 Jun 1942 at Anaheim, CA 
7517 (MSN 222-5644) W/o 1 Mar 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
7518 (MSN 222-5645) W/o 3 Aug 1944 at Santa Rosa, CA 
7519 (MSN 222-5646) W/o 29 Jan 1944 in Pacific Ocean off California
7520 (MSN 222-5647) W/o 22 Jun 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
7521 (MSN 222-5648) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
7522 (MSN 222-5649) W/o 17 Dec 1942 at Port Angeles, WA 
7523 (MSN 222-5650) W/o 23 Jun 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
7524 (MSN 222-5651) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
41-7525 ... 41-7525
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5652.  W/o 21 May 1942 at Aurora, IN 
41-7526 ... 41-7530
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
MSN 222-5653/5657
7526 (MSN 222-5653) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
7527 (MSN 222-5654) W/o 17 Nov 1943 at Ontario AAF, CA
7528 (MSN 222-5655) W/o 23 Jun 1944 at Laughlin Field, TX 
7529 (MSN 222-5656) W/o 4 Aug 1942 at Long Beach, CA
7530 (MSN 222-5657) W/o 13 Jun 1942 at Glendale, CA 
41-7531 ... 41-7531
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5658
41-7532 ... 41-7534
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
MSN 222-5659/5661
7532 (MSN 222-5659) W/o 7 May 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
7533 (MSN 222-5660) W/o 9 Apr 1943 at Lancaster, CA 
41-7535 ... 41-7535
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5662
41-7536 ... 41-7538
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
7537 (MSN 222-5664) W/o 21 Jan 1944 at Muroc AAF, CA 
7538 (MSN 222-5665) W/o 2 May 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
41-7539 ... 41-7541
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
7539 (MSN 222-5666) W/o 10 Nov 1943 at Watsonville, CA 
41-7542 ... 41-7543
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
7542 (MSN 222-5669) W/o 9 Jun 1942 at Glendale, CA 
7543 (MSN 222-5670) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
41-7544 ... 41-7544
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
1st FG  27th FS     "Dear John"  HV-X   lost 10 Feb 10, 1944.  Pilot was killed when he was caught in bomb 
explosion during a dive bombing run near Rome.  MACR 2214
41-7545 ... 41-7547
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
7545 (MSN 222-5672) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
7547 (MSN 222-5674) W/o 7 Jul 1942 at Mines Field, CA 
41-7548 ... 41-7550
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
7549 (41 ADG, 88 DRS) w/o in landing accident in Italy Apr 7, 1944
41-7551 ... 41-7551
Lockheed P-38F Lightning
41-7552 ... 41-7680
Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
MSN 222-5679/5807
7554 (MSN 222-5681)W/o 23 May 1942 at Russell, KY
7568 (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed at Ibsley, England Sep 10, 1942
7573 (MSN 222-5700) W/o 21 May 1942 at Aurora, IN 
7582 (2 FTS) crashlanded 5 mi Ne of Berteaux, French Morocco Dec 28, 1943.
7583 (94th FS) force-landed on Greenland icecap Sep 15, 1942 while enroute to BW-1
7585 (MSN 222-5712) W/o 31 Oct 1943 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
7586 (MSN 222-5713) W/o 29 Jun 1943 at Orlando, FL 
7591 (MSN 222-5718) W/o 2 Mar 1944 at Maison Blanche, Algiers
7592 converted summer 1943 to 2-seater for use as personal aircraft
of Col Cass Hough, CO of Air Technical Services at RAF
Bovington. Enabled him to carry an assistant while visiting
other facilities.
7598 (MSN 222-5725) W/o 3 Dec 1942
7600 (MSN 222-5727) W/o 19 Jun 1943 at Muroc AAB; CA; repaired (?); wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
7602 (1st FG) crashed at Ibsley, England Oct 8, 1942
7604 (1st FG, 94th FS) dove into ground near Thirsk, England Aug 19, 1942.
7605 (MSN 222-5732) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
7611 (1st FG, 71st FS) crshed during attempted forced landing at Avon
Tyrell, England Sep 7, 1942
7615 (MSN 222-5742) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
7616 (94th FS) force-landed on Greenland icecap Sep 15, 1942 while enroute to BW-1
7617 (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed  on landing at Goxhill, England Aug 19, 1942
7618 (1st FG, 94th FS) flew into ground at Ibsley, England Aug 8, 1942
7619 (1st FG, 27th FS) ditched off Manfredonia, Italy May 26, 1944
7623 (94th FS) force landed on Greenland icecap Sep 15, 1942 while enroute to BW-1
7624 (2 FTS) crashed in Tunisia Nov 6, 1943
7626 (94th FS) force-landed on Greenland icecap Sep 15, 1942 while enroute to BW-1
7630 (94th FS, MSN 222-5757) force-landed on Greenland ice cap Sep 15, 1942 while enroute to BW-1.
Recovered from 240 feet of ice under Greenland ice cap in 1992.  Registered as N5757 to
Greeland Expedition Society, Inc Jan 21, 1994.  Restored and made first flight Oct 26, 2002
Carries registration N17630.  Owner was Lost Squadron Museum, KY.  In 2012 was owned by Lewis Air Legends,
San Antonio, Texas.
7631 tail ended up as a bar for the pilots of 59th FS, 33rd FG in
Tunisia in spring of 1943.
7632 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Dec 30, 1942 to Jul 16, 1943
and used by NACA for aerodynamics research.
7634 (1st FG, 94th FS) crashed at Ibsley, England Oct 15, 1942.
7635 crashed at Kirton-in-Lindsey, England Aug 9, 1942.  Condemned in England Oct 31, 1944.
7641 (14th FG, 48th FS) crashed at Atcham, England Aug 27, 1942 but was
repaired.  WIth 82nd FG, 95th FS crashed on single-engine landing
at San Pancrazio, Italy Dec 10, 1943.  Pilot injured but died later.
7643 (82nd FG, 95th FS) lost in bad weather over Italy Nov 19, 1943.
MACR 1470.  Pilot MIA.
7647 (MSN 222-5774) W/o 25 Jul 1942 at Augusta, ME 
7658 (2nd FTS) crashlanded 7 mi SE of Ain M'lila, Algeria Jan 16, 1944
7659 (14th FG, 49th FS) crashed at Lees Farm 9 mi NE of Wellington, England Sep 5, 1942
after pilot abandoned aircraft
7660 (MSN 222-5787) Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
7669 (14th FG, 49th FS) crashed at Cliviger, near Burnley, England Sep 1, 1942 during
attemped forced landing at Crownhall Farm.  Pilot killed.
7671 (14th FG, 48th FS) crashed at Valley, Wales Sep 4, 1942.
7677 (MSN 222-5804, 14th FG, 49th FS) made forced landing on North Wales beach in surf off
Llanbedr Sep 13, 1942 due to fuel exhaustion.  Pilot unhurt. Plane was 
disarmed but not salvaged and was quickly covered by shifting sand.  
Plane was rediscovered in spring of 2007.
7680 crashed on takeoff from RAF Valley, North Wales Jul 28, 1942
41-7682 ... 41-7684
Douglas C-48A-DO
MSN 4146/4148.  DC-3-368s impressed on production line
from unknown commercial users.  No civilian registration numbers.
7682 (MSN 4146) to USAAF jun 30, 1941. To civil registry as NC86 (CAA Aug 01, 1946), 
changed to N1 (1953, CAA becoming FAA Dec 21, 1958) then N6
(Aug 02, 1961). Crashed Dubois, Jefferson, PA. Mar 27, 1975.
7683 (MSN 4147) to USAAF Jul 14, 1941. To civil registry as NC424 (CAA May 21, 1946), changed 
to N3 then N2 (1953, CAA becoming FAA Dec 21, 1958).  To N90Q (East Coast Flying Service, 
Alexandria, VA. jul 19, 1961) then various owners/operators. Cancelled 70’.
7684 (MSN 4148) to USAAF Aug 2, 1941. To civil registry as NC84 (CAA Apr 30, 1946), changed 
to N24 (Apr 24, 1952, CAA becoming FAA Dec 21, 1958). To
Chilean AF (971) in 1964, then Chilean CAA (A1-971) from Apr 1972 to Feb 1980). To 
N2782S (All American Aviation Inc. Miami, FL.) since Nov 08, 1982.
41-7685 ... 41-7689
Douglas C-49-DO
DC-3-384 aircraft impressed by USAAF before delivery to TWA.  Civil registrations NC1945 thru
NC1949 were assigned but never taken up.
7685 MSN 3270 to USAAF Feb 6, 1941.  To 5th AF, Australia.  To RAAF for ADAT Sep 4, 1942
as VH-CDA.  SOC Dec 12, 1944
7686 MSN 3271 to USAAF Feb 8, 1941.  To 5th AF, Australia Sep 1942. Loaned to RAAF Jan 1943
as VH-CDG *Mucky Minnie*.  Loaned to 36 Sqdn RAAF Jan 20, 1944.  To USAAF Apr 19, 1944.
To civil reistry as VH-CDG for ANA Apr 24, 1944.  RR VH-ANQ *Dromana* May 22, 1946.
To Ansett ANA Oct 1957, Victoria Air Coach Dec 17, 1961 and Airlines of NSW Jun
1966.  WFU Nov 20, 1967, scrapped Essendon Nov 6, 1969. 
7687 MSN 3272 to USAAF Feb 23, 1941 - 5th AF, Australia Sep 01, 1942 - RAAF for ADAT Dec 1942 
as VHCDB -*Lady Eve* Dec 1942 - Loaned to 36Sqdn RAAF Jun 24, 1943. To civil registry as 
VH-CDB for ANA Feb 23, 1944.  Rr VH-ANN Jan 25, 1946, lsd Jul 20, 1953 to Guinea Airways 
*Morobe* Rr VH-GAH Aug 1958, returned to Ansett-ANA Jan 25, 1960 as VH-ANN *Ranana*. Sold 
to Airlines of South Australia Dec 12, 1964.  Scrapped Essendon Jul 25, 1967, nose displayed
at Moorabbin Air Museum. Later purchased by Darryl Gibbs, now stored Clyde North, 
Vic, loaned to the Clyde North Aeronautical Preservation Group.  Now stored at Wagga Wagga.
7688 MSN 3273 to USAAF Feb 16, 1941, to Philippines Jul 1941.  SOC Jan 1942, supposedly
destroyed by Japanese attack
7689 MSN 3274 to USAAF Feb 21, 1941 - 6th AF (20th TS), Panama Mar 27, 1941 - To RFC 
Nov 29, 1945. To civil registry as NC88872 for lease to Eastern Air Lines *397* until
crashed Galax, VA. Jan 12, 1947.
41-7690 ... 41-7690
Douglas C-49A-DO
MSN 3282 ex NC28345 impressed by USAAF Feb 23, 1941 before delivery to Delta Air Lines.  
To 5th AF, Australia sep 04, 1942.  Used by RAAF as VH-CDC *Miss Carriage* for ADAT, 
then loaned to 36 Sqdn RAAF Jun 24, 1943.  Returned to USAAF Apr 24, 1944.
To ANA as VH-CDC Apr 27, 1944.  Crashed Nov 13, 1945 off Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines.
41-7691 ... 41-7693
Douglas C-49B-DO
Eastern Airlines DC-3-201F aircraft impressed by USAAF before delivery after modification
as DC-3-387.  Civil registrations NC28386, NC28387, NC28388 assigned but NTU.
7691 MSN 4094 to USAAF Feb 22, 1941 - 5th AF, Australia Sep 06, 1942 - RAAF for ADAT as 
VHCDD *Eager Elaine* Dec 1942 - Loaned to 36 Sqdn RAAF May 4, 1943 - USAAF Apr 26, 1944. To 
ANA as VH-CDD Apr 29, 1944, returned to USAAF Jan 1946. To VH-ANO *Tinana* May 22, 1946 
for ANA again, then Ansett-ANA Oct 1957. To Victoria Air Coach 1966, again to 
Ansett-ANA Aug 1966 until wfu Sep 29, 1969. To PK-PIB (Pan Indonesian Airlines Mar 27, 1970, 
probably ntu), VH-ANO (Consolidated Aviation Holdings Jul 20, 1970) and XU-FAI (United 
Khmer Airline Mar 04, 1971). Wfu 1975.
7692 MSN 4095 to USAAF Feb 22, 1941 - 6th AF (20th TS) Panama Nov 29, 1941 - RFC Jan 20, 1946. To
civil registry as NC54406 (Eastern *399* then Aero Maintenance Inc for Aero Coach, 
Hialeah, FL.). To N40TG, later N407G (various owners/operators). Fuselage noted stored 
Baranquilla, Colombia May 1982.  Reported scrapped there.
7693 MSN 4096 to USAAF Feb 2, 1941 - 5th AF, Australia Sep 04, 1942 - RAAF for ADAT as
VHCDE - *Airline Alsie* Feb 1943 - Loaned to 36Sqdn RAAF Jul 03, 1943 - USAAF Apr 21, 1944. 
To VH-CDE for ANA Apr 25,1944, changed to VH-ANP *Boyana* may 22, 1946. Lsd to Guinea Airways *Goraka*. Rr VH-GAI aug 17,
1958, returned to Ansett-ANA as VH-ANP Jan 25, 1960. Sold to Airline of South Australia 
Dec 1961, Victoria Air Coach 1963. To Ansett-ANA again Oct 1966. Wfu Jul 1967, scrapped 
Essendon Nov 06, 1969. 
41-7695 ... 41-7695
Douglas C-50C-DO
DC-3-313B MSN 4083 ordered by Pennsylvania Central as NC25697 and impressed on the
production line by USAAF.  Del. to USAAF as DC-3-391 Jul 22, 1941 - 5th
AF, Australia, Sep 04, 1941 - Operated by RAAF for ADAT as VHCDI and w/o Nov 12, 1942.
41-7696 ... 41-7696
Douglas C-50D-DO
DC-3-313B MSN 4084 ordered by Pennsylvania Central as NC25698 and impressed on the
production line by USAAF.  Del. to USAAF as DC-3-392 Aug 08, 1941.  To RFC
as NC18669 for lease to American Airlines Mar 06, 1945. Wien Alaska Airlines May 26, 1949. 
Cvtd to DC-3A and sold to CAA as NC16.  To FAA Dec 21, 1958, Rr N8 during 1973. 
To R R Schneider, Topeka, KS. Nov 23, 1976 as N8QE, sold to Air Indiana Inc. May 11, 1979 and
McCollum Aviation Inc, Danville, IL. Jul 09, 1980 for Transportes Aereos San
Antonio as CP-1941. Stored Cochabamba since 1997.
41-7697 ... 41-7700
Douglas C-50-DO
DC-3-277Ds ordered by American Airlines and impressed on the production line and delivered
to USAAF as Model DC-3-396.
7697 MSN 4119 ex NC33656 (not delivered). To USAAF Jul 24, 1941- 5th AF, Australia Oct 20, 1942 -
Operated for ADAT by RAAF as VHCDK *Lake Nookie* (Jan 1943) then *Kqitchyr Bichn* (Mar 1943) - 
Loaned to 36 Sqdn, RAAF May 27, 1943, returned to USAAF May 12, 1944. To ANA as VH-CDK May 16, 1944, 
then Guinea Airways May 30, 1944. Rr VH-ANI May 22, 1946. Returned to ANA *Kabana* Jul 18, 1946, 
later *Parekeet* - To ZK-BKE for New Zealand National Airways Corp *Kawatere* Jun 14, 1955 
(and/or CAA?), wfu jan 18, 1966. To Australian Aircraft Sales Sep 13, 1967, 
XW-TDD for Lao Airlines Mar 21, 1968. Rr XW-TFI for Lanexang Airlines, operated by Khemara Air
Transport and crashed Takeo Dec 15, 1974.
7698 MSN 4120 ex NC33657 (not delivered). To USAAF jul 31, 1941 - 5th AF, Australia
Sep 17, 1942. Loaned to 36 Sqdn, RAAF as VHCDJ *Waltzing Matilda* Jun 28, 1943, later *Winnie* 
and returned to USAAF Apr 28, 1944 - To civil registry as VH-CDJ for
Guinea Airways May 16, 1944. Rr VH-ANH May 12, 1946 - ANA *Tullana* Jul 01, 1946, becoming 
Ansett-ANA Oct 1957. To Airlines of South Australia 1961, later Victoria Air Coach and again 
Ansett-ANA 1963. To Airlines of NSW Oct 1966, wfu Dec 24, 1970.  On display at Moorabin Air 
Museum, Melbourne since Aug 27,1972 
7699 MSN 4121 ex NC33659 (not delivered). To USAAF Jul 07, 1941 - To RFC Apr 06, 1945.
To civil registry as NC12919, Pennsylvania Central *Saginaw* May 24, 1945.  
Dbr, scrapped Dec 11, 1946.
7700 MSN 4122 ex NC33662 (not delivered).  To USAAF Jun 10, 1941. To civil registry
as NC15579, American Airlines *New Jersey* Jul 03, 1944.  Sold to Douglas Aircraft Co 
Feb 15, 1949 and rebuilt as DC-3S MSN 43159 (N30000).  To Trans Northern Aviation, Anchorage, Alaska
as N30TN.  
41-7703 ... 41-7705
Douglas C-50B-DO
Braniff Airlines DC-3-314Bs impressed by USAAF on the production line and delivered as
Model DC-3-397.
7703 MSN 4109 ex-NC28370 (not delivered) to USAAF Jun 26, 1941 - 5th AF, Australia
Aug 10, 1942 to Oct 08, 1942. To civil registry as NC15575 (American Airlines *El
Paso/75* Jun 22, 1944 to Apr 20, 1949 - Various Owners/operators), N30W and N78W. 
Current with Kirk Aviation Inc since Oct 29, 1982. 
7704 MSN 4110 ex-NC28371 (not delivered) to USAAF 30jun41. To civil registry as
NC21788 (Pennsylvania Central Oct 23, 1944 - Capital *Muskegon/219B* Apr 21, 1948 to 
Dec 22, 1955 - Various owners/operators), N271L and N340EL. Grounded by FAA, Lakefront Apt, 
N. Orleans Sep 03, 1968. - Burned on ground during the making of the film *Live and let Die*, 
early 70’s.
7705 MSN 4111 ex-NC28372 (not delivered) to USAAF Jul 9, 1941.  Crashed Jul 24, 1941, Patterson, OH.
41-7706 ... 41-7707
Douglas C-52B-DO
DC-3A-197Es ordered by United Air Lines and impressed on the production line (Douglas Model DC-3-395)
7706 MSN 4127 ex-NC33648 (not delivered).  To USAAF Jul 14, 1941.  To civil registry
as (DC-3A) NC33326 (Northwest Airlines *326* Jul 08, 1944 - Mid Continent Airlines Jun 16, 1948 -
Braniff Aug 15, 1952 - W F Long Oct 05, 1969 -  Lake Central Airlines Apr 16, 1961 to Nov 30, 1966 - 
Various owners/operators).  Current with Air Nod Enterprises Inc, San Marcos,
CA. since Jun 13, 1980. 
7707 MSN 4128 ex-NC33649 (not delivered).  To USAAF Jul 22, 1941. To civil registry
as (DC-3A) NC33327 (Northwest Airlines *327* Jul 04, 1944 - Mid Continent Airlines Apr 25, 1948 -
Braniff Aug 15, 1952 - Trans Texas Apr 14, 1959 - Gulf American Land Corp Jun 12, 1965 - 
Modern Air Transport (1966) - Various owners/operators ) and N137PB (Provincetown Boston
Airlines Jul 02, 1974, lsd to Air Sunshine 1976). Wfu.  In 2011 was in storage at Progress Field,
Fremont, Ohio
41-7709 ... 41-7709
Douglas C-50D-DO
DC-3 MSN 4131 ordered by Pennsylvania Central as NC33676 impressed before delivery by USAAF as
Model DC-3-393.  To USAAF Jul 24, 1941 - 5th AF, Australia Jun 10, 1942 to Sep 10, 1942.
To civil registry as NC21786 for Pennsylvania Central Nov 01, 1944.  Crashed Jan
06, 1946, Birmingham, AL. 
41-7710 ... 41-7711
Douglas C-50A-DO
DC-3-401s ordered by American Airlines and impressed on the production line
7710 MSN 4804 ex-NC33627 (not delivered).  To USAAF Jul 31, 1941.  Crashed Apr 21, 1942, 6 mi 
NW of Pope Field, NC.
7711 MSN 4805 ex-NC33628 (not delivered).  To USAAF Jul 31, 1941. To civil registry
as NC15577 for American Airlines Jun 24, 1944.  Crashed Dec 26, 1946 Michigan City, IN due to
loss of power in both engines.  2 out of 21 on board killed.
41-7712 ... 41-7713
Douglas C-50D-DO
DC-3-313s ordered by Pennsylvania Central and impressed on the production line as
Model DC-3-392
7712 MSN 4134 ex-NC33679 (not delivered).  To USAAF aug 06, 1941 - 5th AF, Australia
Aug 19, 1942 to Oct 14, 1942. To civil registry as NC15580 for American Airlines
*Baltimore* Jul 03, 1944 to Apr 28, 1949.  Then various owners/operators as (DC-3A),
N155NK, N1559K. Current with Barnco Inc, Opa Locka, FL. since Dec 08, 1975.
7713 MSN 4135 ex-NC33680 (not delivered).  To USAAF Aug 23, 1941 - 5th AF, Australia
Jun 10, 1942 to Sep 10, 1942 - USA.  To civil registry as NC19922 for American Airlines
*Hartford* Jul 03, 1944 to Mar 07, 1949.  Then various owners/operators (DC-3A), 
current with S.Booker, Las Vegas, NV. since Apr 28, 1981. 
41-7715 ... 41-7715
Douglas C-49C-DO
DC-3-375A MSN 4814 impressed by USAAF Sep 6, 1941 before delivery to Delta Air Lines.
Registration NC28346 assigned but NTU.  To 6th AF (20th TS *4*), Panama
Sep 09, 1941 - Survey Vera Cruz, PR. Apr 27, 1944. To civil registry as NC45396 (Pan 
American 1945), XA-JAG (CMA Sep 30, 1949). Lsd to Maya Airways Sep 1963 to Mar
1964 as VP-HAI, returned to Aeromexico and wfu Mexico City 1966.  Noted
derelict Mexico 1979, still registered VP-HAI.
41-7716 ... 41-7720
Douglas C-49D-DO
DC-3-201G impressed by USAAF before delivery to Eastern Air lines (civil registration 
NC33635/33639 ntu) and fitted with military accomodations (Douglas type DC-3-389).
7716 (MSN 4141) to USAAF Oct 30, 1941 - 6th AF (20th TS *6*), Panama Oct 17, 1941 - San Juan, 
PR. May 31, 1942 - RFC Apr 1, 1945. To civil registry as NC12942 (TWA *355* May 04, 1945 - 
Wien Air Alaska Oct 1, 1949 - Airliner Training Inc), N1L, N94218 and N778X (various 
owners/operators).
7717 (MSN 4142) to USAAF Oct 03, 1941 - 6th AF (20th TS *7*), Panama Oct 07, 1941. 
With 20th TCS departed Losey Field, Puerto Rico en route to
Waller Field, Trinidad May 1, 1943 crashed into mountain
4.75 mi S of Grande Rivere, Trinadad.  No survivors.
SOC May 02, 1943. 
7718 (MSN 4143) to USAAF Oct 03, 1941 - 6th AF (20th TS *8*), Panama Oct 07, 1941. 
Crashed N of Waller Field, Trinidad Jan 16, 1943.  SOC Nov 05, 1943.  Reported scrapped in Panama
7719 (MSN 4144) to USAAF Oct 03, 1941 - 6th AF (20th TS *9*), Panama Oct 07, 1941 - 
Ecuador May 31, 1942 - Panama Jul 08, 1942 - RFC Apr 01, 1945. To Canadair Ltd for 
sale to Sabena (Congo) as OO-CBC Feb 07, 1946. Converted to DC-3A Sep 01, 1958. To Air 
Congo as 90-CBC in 1961, changed to 9Q-CBC, wfu.
7720 (MSN 4145) to USAAF oct 10, 1941 - 6th AF (20th TS *10*), Panama Jul 15, 1943 - 
RFC Jan 16, 1945. To civil registry as NC15849 (Chicago and Southern Feb 01, 1945 - 
Delta *49* May 01, 1953 to Feb 28, 1963) then N1187 vor various owners/operators.
Cancelled 1972.
41-7721 ... 41-7721
Douglas C-49C-DO
DC-3-357A MSN 4815 impressed by USAAF Sep 30, 1941 before delivery to Delta
Air Lines (NC28347 assigned but NTU).  To 6th AF (20th TS *11*), Panama oct 12, 1941 - 
RFC mar 07, 1945. To civil registry as NC12989 for lease to American Airlines *;Akron/B9*
May 12, 1945. Sold to Wien Alaska Airlines jul 25, 1947?  Later to Airline Transport 
Carriers, Burbank, CA., converted to DC-3A, operated by Ozark. Rr N128D, various 
owners/operators, cancelled 1971.
41-7722 ... 41-7866
Douglas C-47-DL
Ordered under contract AC15847
7722/7725 MSN 4200/4203.
7726/7742 MSN 4205/4221
7743/7792 MSN 4230/4279
7793/7807 MSN 4285/4299
7808/7860 MSN 4307/4359
7861/7866 MSN 4369/4374
7722 (MSN 4200) to USAAF Feb 1, 1942 - N.African Wing, ATC May 29, 1943 - to War
Assets Administration Feb 10 46 - To civil registry as NC62025, N30G, N67CR, N305R, 
N801NC, N8014C (various owners), then C-GKFC for Kelowna Flightcraft  Ltd, 
Kelowna, BC. Operated under Bayview Air colors. DBR Sep 07, 1976 5
miles E of Brockett, BC by fire after emergency landing.
7723 (MSN 4201) to USAAF Feb 42 - To Minnesota ANG after the war, then to USAF Museum (1971).  Now on display
at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
7724 (MSN 4202) to USAAF Feb 15, 1942 - To civil registry as NC57481 operated
by American Air Transport starting Sep 1, 1948 - To Avensa Oct 31, 1951 (YV-C-AVJ), 
LEBCA (YV-C-LBF) then Transcarga (YV-C-TCA, later YV-C-TCC).
Back to USA as N5925 Sep 01, 1969, various owners but always operated by North Cay
Airways. Wfu Oct 1976, seen derelict San Juan, PR. Sep 1980.
7725 (MSN 4203) to USAAF Feb 5, 1942 - E Africa Feb 15, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy (12th TCS, 60th TCW) 
Crashed into mountain at Caltagirone, Sicily on flight from
Catania, Sicily to Maison, Algeria Feb 24, 1944.  All 24 on board killed.
7726 (MSN 4205) to USAAF Feb 11, 1942 - Africa é Middle East May 01, 1943 - RFC Oct
07, 1945. To civil registry as YV-AGU (LAV). Crashed Feb 23, 1948 at Las
Cumbres, Venezuela. 
7727 (MSN 4206) to USAAF Feb 09, 1942 -India China Wing ATC May 10, 1943 - 
10th AF, Karachi - Salvage Dec 28, 1945
7728 (MSN 4207) TO USAAF Feb 11, 1942.  Crashed May 28, 1942 on delivery in Vichy 
French territory.
7729 (MSN 2208) to USAAF Feb 11, 1942 - Africa and Middle East May 01, 1943 - 
USA Nov 08, 1944 - North Africa Wing ATC Dec 08, 1944 - To RFC Sep 28, 1945
To civil registry as NC41798 (Air Cargo Transport Corp, bankrupt Jan 1948, fate?)
7730 (MSN 4209) to USAAF Feb 11, 1942 - Africa and Middle East May 01, 1943 - 
To RFC Dec 26, 1945. To civil registry as NC1213M (various owners/operators),
then N333PV for Atorie Air Inc, El Paso, TX. May 1983.
7731 (MSN 4210) to USAAF Feb 17, 1942 - Puerto Rico Mar 30, 1942 - 10th AF, India, 
Apr 13, 1942 - wfu Aug 07, 1943
7732 (MSN 4211) to USAAF Feb 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Apr 14, 1942 (operated for 
ADAT by Australian crews with callsign  VHCDL, VHCCA and
VHCDH) - Back to USA Aug 12, 1944.  To Class 26 McClellan May 30, 1945.
Civil registration NC68307 reserved but NTU. 
7733 (MSN 4212) to USAAF Feb 13, 1942 - 5th AF, Australia Apr 14, 1942
(operated for ADAT by Aussie crews with callsign VH-CDM, later as VH-CDI.  
Crashed Aug 7 1943, Cleveland Bay, Brisbane, QLD, Ausralia.
7734 (MSN 4213) to USAAF Feb 26, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 10, 1942 - 14th AF, 
Chungking - WFU Jan 25, 1944.
7735 (MSN 4214) to USAAF Feb 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 13, 1942 - 
India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - Sold by 10th AF in Karachi Mar 12, 1946.
Transferred to Central Air transport Corporation Mar 12, 1946, not used, grounded
7736 (MSN 4215) to USAAF Feb 26, 1942 - 10th AF, India Apr 16, 1942 - W/o Mar 12, 1943 in
forced landing at Ft Hertz, Burma.  WFU Aug 07, 1943
7737 (MSN 4216) to USAAF Feb 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India May 04, 1942 - w/o Jun 12, 1942 in landing
at Delhi, Indial  WFU Jun 30, 1943
7738 (MSN 4217) to USAAF Feb 24, 1942 - Africa and Middle East May 01, 1943 - w/o Mar 13, 1943
in landing at El Fasher Airport, Sudan.  Wfu Aug 17, 1943
7739 (MSN 4218) to USAAF Feb 28, 1942 - Africa and Middle East May 01, 1943 - 
To RFC Nov 14, 1945. To civil registry as NC88771, XB-JOX, XC-BEX (Com. Federal de 
Electricitad de Mexico from Jul 18, 1962 to Apr 1969), N91SR (operated by Air Caicos 
1972) and last XA-CIL (Aeroservicios de Sonora in 1972).  Derelict at Nogules, Sonora, Mexico.
7740 (MSN 4219)to USAAF Feb 24, 1942 - Operated by United A/L for ATC Mar 18, 1943 to ca 
Jul 1944 - To RFC Oct 03, 1945. To civil registry as NC54088, N77C, N77U (various 
owners), CC-CAO (Ladeco Jun 12, 1963 to Mar 04, 1976), N783V (various owners) and
N783T (Tolair Services, then Sky Charter). Was derelict at Opa Locka, FL Jul 08, 
2000 with missing outer wing pannels. Bought by MDB Corp, San Juan P.R. Oct 25, 2000 
for spares or possible refurbishing.
7741 (MSN 4220)to USAAF Feb 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jul 09, 1942 , later 12th AF, Italy - 
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945, fate?
7742 (MSN 4221) to USAAF Feb 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 09, 1942 , later 12th AF, Italy - 
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-LODO (Linea 
Aerea Italiana Oct 13, 1947 to Apr 14, 1955, then to Italian Air Force (MM61825), 
WFU during the 1980s.  Derelict at Pratica di Mare.
7743 (MSN 4230) to USAAF Mar 24, 1942 - WFU Nov 10, 1942
7744 (MSN 4231) to USAAF Feb 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK, Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry Jul 17, 1947 as C-102 
later HK-102 for Avianca. Later converted to Hiper DC-3 for LAOS, sold to Aerovias
Cariari as TI-1075C *Ciudad de Guapiles* Apr 15, 1970 and Rr TI-ACB Apr 15, 1974. 
Was still flying in the 1980’s as TI-SAA with Servicios Aereos Nacionales SA.  
Crashed Apr 19, 1984 on Mt Irazu, Costa Rica
7745 (MSN 4232)to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - Alaska Jun 22, 1942 - USA Oct 03, 1945 - 
To RFC Nov 25, 1945. To civil registry as XH-SAC (SAHSA) jul 13, 1946, Rr HR-SAC 
Mar 01, 1961. Crashed May 28, 1980 at Utila, Bay island, Honduras.
7746 (MSN 4233)to USAAF mar 04, 1942 - 8th AF, UK oct 20, 1942 - 9th AF, damaged 
Rome oct 28, 1946. To civil registry as I-PALU (Aero Teseo) Jul 30, 1947, sold 
to Egyptian Air Force Dec 01, 1948.  Sold in 1950 to Yemenite Airlines, Sana'a as 
YE-AAC; later Yemenia as 4W-AAC; fate unknown
7747 (MSN 4234) to USAAF Feb 28, 1942, operated by United for ATC Sep 08, 1942 to
early 1943 - North Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - RFC oct 03, 1945. To civil 
registry as NC52709, sold to Ministerio do Communicaciones in Venezuela and
registered successively YV-O-MC3, YV-MC1,YV-O-BYS, YV-MC2, YV-MTC2, YV-MTC12.
WFU Aug 1990.   Derelict at Caracas-Maiquetia.
7748 (MSN 4235)to USAAF Mar 04, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 09, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
DBR may 06, 1945.
7749 (MSN 4236)to USAAF Mar 04, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Sep 15, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945.  To civil registry as I-LINA (Linea 
Aerea Italiana Jun 10, 1947 renamed Alitalia Nov 01, 1957. Sold to Italian Air 
Force (MM61893) Aug 03, 1960, WFU during the 1980s.  Scrapped at Roma-Guidonia.  Plane reported
on display at Pratica di Mar Italian AF base as MM61775.
7750 (MSN 4237) to USAAF Mar 04, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 29, 1942 - To USA Aug 15, 1945 - 
To RFC oct 23, 1945. To civil registry as NC67828, N100A, N200A,
N700E, N300A, N300AL, N300BG (multiple owners/operators) and last YV-271CP in the 
early 1980s.   Then YV-416C (AeroEjecutivos), then YV-425C (YV-352CP intended but NTU).
Destroyed Oct 25, 1985 off Cumana
7751 (MSN 4238) to USAAF Mar 04, 1942 -Africa & Middle East May 29, 1943.  Damaged Aug 30, 1944
in landing at El Geneina, Sudan. - Last noted Egypt Oct 30, 1946, fate?
7752 (MSN 4239)to USAAF Mar 12, 1942 -Accra Dec 21, 1942 - Last noted Egypt
Nov 20, 1945, fate ?.  Reported scrapped at Cairo.
7753 (MSN 4240) to USAAF Mar 06, 1942 -Africa & Middle East May 01, 1943
Back to USA Dec 06, 1945 - RFC Aug 31, 1946. To civil registry as NC41757, XA-KAD 
(Aeronaves de Mexico, 1951), YV-C-EVO (Avensa, 1954), HK-793.
Last FAC658A (Fuerza Aerea de Colombia, Jun64), operated by SATENA and wfu. 
7754 (MSN 4241)to USAAF mar 07, 1942 - Africa & Middle East may 01, 1943 - 
To USA jan 24, 1945 - RFC oct 07, 1945. To civil registry as NC56970,
PP-XBP and PP-YPM (REAL 11nov47. Crash at Ribeiro Claro, Parana, BR. dec 01, 1949) 
7755 (MSN 4242) to USAAF Mar 09, 1942 - Alaska May 01, 1943 - United for ATC
Aug 30, 1943 to oct 06, 1944 - To RFC Feb 28, 1946. To civil registry as NC58122 
(Flying Tiger Line Jul46) then VT-CYW (Kalinga Airways *Princess Nanaba of
Limbdi*) after Mar 1949. Sold to Afghan government as YA-AAE in Apr 1954, 
Rr YA-AAA Apr 1955, and transfered to Ariana in 1959. Crash late 1963 at
Logarh Valley. Derelict in Kabul Oct 1969.
7756 (MSN 4243)to USAAF Mar 09, 1942 -10th AF, India Sep 15, 1942 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943. Sold to Government of India Apr 10, 1946, fate?
7757 (MSN 4244)to USAAF mar 17, 1942 - Operated by PAA Jul 05, 1942 to late 1942 - 
10th AF, India Jan 24, 1943 - India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 -
14th AF, Chungking - Damaged Nov 21, 1944 in taxi accident at Barrachpore, India.  Wfu Sep 25, 1945. 
7758 (MSN 4245)to USAAF Mar 18, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 08, 1942 - Wfu
Cairo Nov 30, 1945.
7759 (MSN 4246) to USAAF Mar 18, 1942 - 10th AF, India Sep 15, 1942 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - Sold by 10th AF in Karachi Mar 2, 1946.  Transferred to Central
Air Transport Corporation Mar 12, 1946.  Subsequented listed as not used, grounded.
7760 (MSN 4247) to USAAF Mar 19, 1942 -Africa & Middle East May 01, 1943
USA Feb 19, 1945 - To RFC Oct 08, 1945. To civil registry as 17186 (Standard Airlines, 
later Pacific Southwest), JA-5019 (Sekiya and Co for lease to Japan Helicopter Air
Transport Dec 13, 1955). Sold to All Nippon Jul 07, 1958. Wfu Oct 15, 1968, to 
Mito Koura Kuen children’s playground.  Nose of JA-5019 is inside the foyer of All Nippon Airways
maintenance offices and hangars at Haneda, Tokyo.
7761 (MSN 4248) to USAAF Mar 25, 1942 - 6th AF (20th TS Ğ 14 ğ), Panama 
Apr 03, 1942 - 6th AF, Caribbean, Sep 30, 1942 - Panama Nov 01, 1942 -Damaged Nov 27, 1945
in landing at Rey Island AAF, Panama.   Wfu Panama Aug 17, 1946.
7762 (MSN 4249) to USAAF Mar 25, 1942 - 6th AF (20th TS Ğ 12 ğ), Panama 
Apr 03, 1942 - Puerto Rico Jun 08, 1942 - w/o Jan 19, 1944 in landing at Beane AAF,
St Lucia.  Wfu Apr 01, 1944.
7763 (MSN 4250) to USAAF Mar 28, 1942 - 29th TS, Patterson AFB, OH. Apr 01, 1942 - 8th AF, 
UK jun 02, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - wfu Oct 01, 1944.
7764 (MSN 4251) to USAAF Mar 27, 1942 -29th TS, Patterson AFB, OH. Apr 16, 1942 - 8th AF, 
UK Jun 02, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - wfu Nov 08, 1943. 
7765 (MSN 4252) to USAAF Mar 28, 1942 - 29th TS, Patterson AFB, OH. Apr 01, 1942 - 
8th AF, UK Jul 08, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy Jul 08, 1943 - wfu Dec 26, 1943, scrapped 1944.
7766 (MSN 4253) to USAAF Mar 27, 1942 - 29th TS, Patterson AFB, OH. Apr 04,
1942 - 8th AF, UK, Jun 02, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - wfu Oct 03, 1943.
Also reported as having crashed during attempted forced landing at Worcester, 
England sep 2, 1942.
7767 (MSN 4254) to USAF Mar 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK, Jun 02, 1942 - USA Jul 29, 1945
To RFC Oct 31, 1945. To civil registry as NC88791 (Executive Air Transport Corp), 
ZS-BWX (Sky Taxis Ltd, Oct 28, 1947, later Mercury Aviation
Services (Pty) Ltd). Crash Paris-Orly Nov 20, 1948.
7768 (MSN 4255) to USAAF Apr 09, 1942 - USA - To RFC Oct 31, 1945. To civil
registry as NC54080 and N999B (various owners). Mid-air collision with Martin 
202A N93211 near Cincinati, OH, Jan 12, 1955.
7769 (MSN 4256) to USAAF Apr 08, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 28, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
Forced landing in Tetuan, Spanish Morocco Nov 8, 1942 during Operation Torch. To civil registry
as EC-CAU (Iberia *31*) Jun 17, 1944. Crash Dec 23, 1948 en route Gandesa-Madrid-
Barcelona. New registration EC-ABK reserved Jan 1951
7770 (MSN 4257) to USAAF Apr 01, 1942 - 6th AF, Caribbean Apr 05, 1942 - 20th TS
*13*, Panama Apr 06, 1943 - Crash San Jose, Costa Rica Apr 20, 1946.
7771 (MSN 4258) to USAAF Apr 09, 1942 - 8th TG, 50th TW - 8th AF, UK Jul 08, 1942 -
USA aug 01, 1945 - RFC Oct 31, 1945. To civil registry as NC15529, N504T, 
N504TL, HR-291 (various owners), and TG-GER (Aero Express Jun 15, 1974 to Jul 1976).
Sold to Aerocentro as XA-JAL and fate ?
7772 (MSN 4259) to USAAF Apr 07, 1942 - Operated by United Mar 16, 1942
and American Airlines Jul 14, 1942 - North Atlantic Wing ATC
May 1, 1943 -North Africa Wing ATC crashed Nov 11, 1944.
7773 (MSN 4260) to USAAF Apr 04, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jun 04, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-ELFO (ALI) 
May 10, 1947 and sold to Italian AF Jul 13, 1951 as MM61800.  Derelict Roma-Practica
di Mare Nov 1981 as CR-51.  Scrapped Ditellandria Acqua Park,Mondragone
7774 (MSN 4261) to USAAF Apr 04, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jun 04, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy.
Reported to have crashed at Aldermaston, UK Sep 16, 1942, but must have
been repaired.  To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-LIDA (LAI 
Apr 12, 1947, name changed to Alitalia Nov 01, 1957. Sold to Italian AF as MM61894 
Jun 28, 1960, now on display at Museo Storico del AMI, Vigria 
7775 (MSN 4262) to USAAF Apr 04, 1942 - Operated by United Mar 16, 1942 and
PAA Jul 05, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Apr 12, 1945 - 
To RFC oct 07, 1945. To civil registry as NC54327, sold to Haiti AF in 1954 and 
operated as 4262 until?   Scrapped Port-au-Prince-Bowen Field (no date)
7776 (MSN 4263) to USAAF Apr 07, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jun 04, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy
Forced landing Nov 8, 1942 at Herraiz, Spanish Morocco during Operation Torch. To civil registry as EC-CAV (Iberia *32*) 
Nov 24, 1944, Rr EC-ABL Jun 30, 1951 and sold to Ejercito del Aire as T.3-59 
Dec 09, 1965.  Coded 744-59, 534-59, and 911-10, wfu Apr 18, 1978, stored Cuatro Vientos 
and finally scrapped.
7777 (MSN 4264) to USAAF Apr 03, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - To RFC Nov 8, 1945.  Fate?
7778 (MSN 4265) to USAAF Apr 07, 1942 - Operated by Eastern apr 18, 1942 -
Caribbean Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - Africa and Middle East Dec 15, 1943 - 
North Africa Wing ATC Jan 17, 1944 - USA Feb 11, 1945 - Okinawa Sep 20,
1945 - Damaged Jan 16, 1946 in taxi accident at Naha AAF, Okinawa.  WFU Oct 31, 1946.
7779 (MSN 4266) to USAAF Apr 06, 1942 - 9th AF, UK, Sep 16, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - Crashed Oct 15, 1943.
7780 (MSN 4267) to USAAF Apr 10, 1942 - 8th AF, UK aug 06, 1942 - USA Jul 25,
1945 - RFC Oct 31, 1945. To civil registry as VT-AZZ (Indian Overseas *Star of Aden*
Mar 6, 1946).  DBR Bombay-Santa Cruz Apt Nov 21, 1948. Sold May 24, 1951 to Metcaero 
Engineers Ltd for rebuild, probably only scrapped, registration cancelled Sep 06, 1954. 
7781 (MSN 4268) to USAAF Apr 06, 1942 - Operated by United May 18, 1942 and
American Airlines Jul 1942 - North Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943- 
To TWA dec 10, 1943 to sep 12, 1944 - To RFC apr 16, 1946. To civil registry as
NC90907 (American Overseas 1946, later Babb Co, Glendale, CA. Back to USAF 22aug49! 
No further details.
7782 (MSN 4269) to USAAF Apr 07, 1942 - 6th AF (20th TS *15*), Panama apr 22, 1942 - 
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Jul 15, 1947.  To civil registry as YV-C-AVL (Avensa 
Feb 27, 1947), YV-C-DVL, YV-C-AVL, YV-C-CML, YV-184C (various operators) and last 
YV-214C (Rutaca).  Fuselage stored Ciudad Bolivar Oct 1979 to Nov 1983 at least, 
probably broken up for parts.
7783 (MSN 4270) to USAAF Apr 08, 1942 - 6th AF (20th TS *16*), Panama apr 22, 1942 - 
wfu Apr 09, 1946. To civil registry as NC66001 (Puerto Rico Air Transport, WFU) 
7784 (MSN 4271) to USAAF Apr 09, 1942 - 6th AF (20th Transport Sqdn *17*) crashed May 30, 1942, 
NW coast of Jamacia.
7785 (MSN 4272) to USAAF Apr 14, 1942 - 6th AF (20th TS *18*) Panama Apr 22, 1942 - 
USA Sep 11, 1944 - Puerto Rico Nov 02, 1944 - To civil registry as NC66112 (Transair 
Inc, St Petersburg, FL.), then HK-167 (Avianca). Crash either Pereira Jun 24,
1953 or Medellin Feb 09, 1954. 
7786 (MSN 4273) to USAAF Apr 13, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 08, 1942 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi.  Sold to 
Government of India 10apr46 (also registered N9078C). To civil registry as 
VT-DGS Jun 1953 for Hindustan Aircraft Co and leased 1954 and 1957 to
Arab Airways as JY-ABS *Bethlehem*. Registered again VT-DGS to Indamer for lease to 
Kalinga Air Lines Sep 24, 1959 then Gulf Aviation.
Lost Jul 10, 1960 over Persian Gulf en route Doha-Sharjah
7787 (MSN 4274)to USAAF apr 13, 1942 - 10th AF, India oct 08, 1942 - w/o Jan 6, 1943 in takeoff
accident at Chabua, India.  Removed from inventory Aug 07, 1943.
7788 (MSN 4275)to USAAF apr 16, 1942 - 10th AF, India oct 08, 1942 - India
China Wing ATC, may 01, 1943 - 10th AF, Karachi - Sold by 10th 
AF (to Government of India?) Apr 10, 1946.  (also registered N9079C). To civil
registry as VT-DGT (Hindustan Aircraft Co Jun 1953), then YA-AAB
(Ariana apr 1955). DBR Kaboul Jan 15, 1969 (Ground collision with DC-6 YA-DAN).
7789 (MSN 4276) to USAAF Apr 17, 1942 - Operated by Northwest oct 25, 1942
and Sep 16, 1943 - Alaska Wing ATC - To RFC Oct 09, 1945.  To civil registry as NC53011, 
no details.
7790 (MSN 4277) to USAAF Apr 17, 1942 - 10th AF, India Sep 01, 1942 - Egypt
feb 23, 1943 - Sold to Egypt oct 30, 1946.
7791 (MSN 4278) to USAAF Apr 15, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 08, 1942 - India
China Wing ATC may 01, 1943 - Sold to Tata Air Lines Dec 21, 1945, no details.
7792 (MSN 4279) to USAAF Apr 15, 1942 - North Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943 -
Operated by Northwest Aug 30, 1943 - Alaska Wing ATC - Operated 
by Pennsylvania Central Jun 28, 1944.  Sold to CAA Oct 10, 1945 as NC17 then N56
(1953). Taken over by FAA Dec 2, 1958, changed to N76 in 1973.  DBR Anchorage, AK. 
Nov 06, 1974.  Alloted N87818 for repair Feb 07, 1975, cancelled Mar 1976 
(probably never rebuilt).
7793 (MSN 4285) to USAAF Apr 23, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 08, 1942 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - WFU Jul 05, 1944.  Article in Air-Britain
Archive says that the plane went missing during flight from Chabua, India
Jun 14, 1944.
7794 (MSN 4286)to USAAF Apr 21, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 08, 1942 - WFU
Cairo Aug 07, 1943.
7795 (MSN 4287) to USAAF Apr 21, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 08, 1942 - WFU by
14th AF, Chungking Aug 07, 1943. 
7796 (MSN 4288) to USAAF Apr 22, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 08, 1942 - 
India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - Sold by 10th AF Apr 10, 1946, no further records. 
7797 (MSN 4289) to USAAF Apr 22, 1942 - 10th AF, India Oct 08, 1942 -
India China Wing ATC May 01, 1943.  Crashed in route from Dum Dum to Chabua,
India Jan 6, 1945.  3 crew killed.  Article in Air-Britain Archive says crash occurred
in Assam during flight from Tezpur to Jorhat.
7798 (MSN 4290) to USAAF Apr 21, 1942 - Africa and Middle East May 01, 1943
- African Wing ATC - USA Nov 25, 1945 - RFC Jan 25, 1946. To civil registry as 
C-213 (TACA, ntu), then C-126 changed for HK-126 (Avianca). Crash Barranquilla, 
Colombia Jul 09, 1951.
7799 (MSN 4291)to USAAF Apr 1942 - No AF record -Probably 8th AF, UK, then 12th AF, Italy 
and to Foreign Liquidation Commission.  To civil registry as I-COSU Mar 11, 1947 (SISA, 
merged with ALI), then I-LULA (LAI 1952 to become Alitalia Oct 31, 1957). Sold to 
Italian AF Oct 29, 1960 as MM61897, operated as CR-53(wfu).   Scrapped at Roma-Guidonia.
7800 (MSN 4292) to USAAF Apr 23, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - Wfu Cairo Jul 01, 1945. 
To civil registry as TC-APA (DHY Jun 24, 1946 to become Turkish Airlines *33* 
Mar 01, 1956) and ET-ABX (Ethiopian Jun 14, 1966).  Crashed at Chome, Ethiopia Sep 11, 1975. 
7801 (MSN 4293) to USAAF Apr 23, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy
Forced landing Nov 08, 1943 at Monte Arruit, Spanish Morocco during Operation Torch.  
To civil registry as EC-CAX (Iberia *33* Jun 17, 1944), to become EC-ABM Jun 30, 1951. 
Sold to Ejercito del Aire as T.3-60 with codes 744-60, 911-11, 604-60. WFU Cuarto Vientos 
Apr 18, 1978, b/u.
7802 (MSN 4294) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 12, 1942 - RFC oct 31, 1945. 
To civil registry as NC74620 (Coastal Air Lines Oct 03, 1947 to may 08, 1948), ..., 
N74620 (various owners) and CP-755 (Aerolineas Abaroa Jun 19, 1954, Cia Boliviano de 
Aviacion 1969 and last Aerolineas La Paz 1977). DBR Nov 23, 1976, derelict La Paz 1979.
7803 (MSN 4295) to USAAF Apr 2, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italie -
Crashed  with 18th TCS, 64th TCG Aug 23, 1942 on Moel Y Gaer near Llangollan, Wales on
flight from Prestwick to Atcham.  11 killed, 1 injured.
7804 (MSN 4296) to USAAF Apr 22, 1942 - Alaska Jun 23, 1942 - USA Oct 04, 1944 - 
W/o Nov 17, 1944 in takeoff accident at Lawrenceville-George AAF, IL.  2 killed.
WFU George Field, IL. Nov 19, 1944.
7805 (MSN 4297) to USAAF Apr 23, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italie - To Foreign Liquidation Commission Jan 03, 1946. To civil registry as 
I-LORO (LAI Apr 12, 1947 to become Alitalia Nov 01, 1957 and SAM Ld apr 1962). Then 
ET-ABR (Ethiopian Feb 20, 1965. DBR (sabotage) Lalibela Airpt Mar 14, 1975. 
7806 (MSN 4298) to USAAF Apr 23, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 13, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
Removed from inventory due to enemy action Jan 10, 1944.
7807 (MSN 4299) to USAAF Apr 23, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - USA Sep 02, 1945 - 
To RFC Sep 06, 1945.  To civil registry as NC54728, XH-SAB (SAHSA
Jan 1952), Rr HR-SAB Feb 1961 and WFU 1973.
7808 (MSN 4307) to USAAF apr 24, 1942 - RFC Nov 08, 1945. To civil registry as NC50037 
(Lone Star Air Cargo Lines Sep 1946), then PP-DQA (various owners), PP-ANG
(Leased Nov 1950 then bought Jun 18, 1953 by TAN, to merge with REAL Sep 1956 and 
incorporated to Varig May 1961).  To HK-1315 for Avianca Sep 18, 1966, then operated 
by Lineas Aereas La Urraca starting Sep 27, 1969, Taxi Aereo El Venado from Feb 1979, 
Transamazonica Colombia from Nov 1980. To Taxi Aéreo Colombiano (TAERCO).  Later
to VIARCO (Colombia) and still flying.
7809 (MSN 4308) to USAAF Apr 23, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-LAIL (LAI 
May 02, 1947). Crash nr Cagliari, Sardinia Jan 26, 1953. 
7810 (MSN 4309) to USAAF Apr 03, 1942 - Caribbean Wing ATC May 01, 1943 
Operated by PAA Aug 30, 1943 - USA Jul 28, 1945 - to RFC Oct 30, 1945. To civil registry 
as NC75409 (Aramco *Pigeon*) in 1953, changed for N719A in 1955, sold to
Miami Aviation Co then Continental Air Services in 1966 and wfu 1970.
7811 (MSN 4310) to USAAF Apr 24, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Sep 04, 1942, to 12th AF in Africa - Right engine 
caught fire and crashed into Mediterranean Sea 20 mi W of Algiers Nov 23, 1943. 
3 crew and 6 passengers killed.  MACR 1465
7812 (MSN 4311) to USAAF Apr 24, 1942 - 8th AF (29th TS), UK Jun 02, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - Removed from inventory Fol. enemy action Jul 06, 1944. 
7813 (MSN 4312) to USAAF Apr 24, 1942 - 8th AF (29th TS), UK Aug 13, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as 
I-REGI (Aero Teseo) Jan 30, 1947. Crashed at Colle Salveti, en route Palermo-Florence 
Feb 20, 1948. 
7814 (MSN 4313) to USAAF apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF (9th TS), UK jun 02, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - Removed from inventory Fol. enemy action Nov 08, 1942, most probably 
North Africa (Operation Torch).
7815 (MSN 4314) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF (29th TS), UK Jun 02, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as NC-21942, 
then to Avianca as C-120 Jun 27, 1947, changed for HK-120 in 1948 . Crashed at 
Chimborazo, Equador May 02, 1950.
7816 (MSN 4315) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF (29th TS), UK Jun 02, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - W/o Jul 2, 1944 in takeoff accident at Oran-Essenia Airport, Algeria.  WFU Jul 08, 1944. 
7817 (MSN 4316) to USAAF Apr 24, 1942 - 8th AF (29th TS), UK Jun 02, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - To Foreign Liquidation Commission Feb 11, 1946. To civil registry as 
I-LEON (LAI Apr 12, 1947 to become Alitalia nov 01, 1957). Sold to Italian AF
Aug 06, 1960 as MM61896, code SP-26, WFU during the 80’.
7818 (MSN 4317) to USAAF Apr 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 15, 1942 - USA 
Jul 17, 1945 - to RFC dec 26, 1945, no further details.
7819 (MSN 4318) to USAAF Apr 24, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jun 02, 1942 - 9th AF - wfu
Mar 14, 1946.
7820 (MSN 4319)to USAAF Apr 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - Removed from
inventory Cairo Jul 01, 1946. To civil registry as TC-ALA (DHY *31* Jul 1946) then N53F
(several owners/operators including N Woolworth Inc 1954 and Rich Air 1967), 
N2111M (several owners/operators including Air Martinique 1978), HK-3994 (Sadelca 
from Feb 10, 1995 to Feb 1997). Currently registered with Sadelca as HK-4189 since Mar 2001.
7821 (MSN 4320) to USAF Apr 24, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 19, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy -
Removed from inventory Fol. enemy action Aug 11, 1943
7822 (MSN 4321) to USAAF Apr 24, 1942 - USA only - to RFC Dec 06, 1945. Noted on 
USCAR as N68 (FAA), only 1963, means probably NTU.
7823 (MSN 4322) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - USA only - Damaged Nov 27, 1944 in takeoff accident
at Lawson Field, Georgia.  To Class 26 Lawson Field Nov 28, 1944.
7824 (MSN 4323) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF (317th TG), UK Oct 1942- 12th AF,
Italy - DBR (collision) Jul 11, 1943. 
7825 (MSN 4324) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF (317th TG), UK Aug 12, 1942 -
12th AF, Italy - SOC May 03, 1944 after crashed.  There is an RAF record
card for 3 Spitfires (JG313, JG535, and JG555) that say that they
were all w/o by this aircraft May 5, 1944 at Imphal Main.
7826 (MSN 4325) to USAAF Apr 27, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 19, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1954. To civil registry as I-LENE (LAI 
Sep 04, 1947 to become Alitalia Nov 01, 1957) then ET-ABQ (Ethiopian Airlines Mar 1965). 
Crashed nr Gondar, Ethiopia, Sep 10, 1972. 
7827 (MSN 4326) to USAAF Apr 27, 1942 - Operated by PAA May 14, 1942 - Africa
and Middle East May 01, 1943 - North African Wing ATC - W/o Feb 27, 1944 in crash
40 mi N of Fez, Morocco.  WFU Mar 06, 1944.
7828 (MSN 4327) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Sep 22, 1942 - USA Jun 25,
1945 - To RFC Oct 14, 1945. To civil registry as NC90626 (National Air Cargo 
Mar 18, 1946 and Pacific National Air Express 1947). Then TF-ISD
(Flugfelag Islands Hf May 25, 1954), LN-SUK (Braathens *Norse Trader* Mar
19, 1957) and LN-RTA (Riis Flyrederei Sep 10, 1962 for lease to Transair Sweden 
May 1963, Martin Air Charter May 1963, Loadair Sep 1963 and Wideroes
Flyveselskap. B/u Oslo-Fornebu 1971, fuselage used for fire practice until 
completely burned 1976.
7829 (MSN 4328) to USAAF Apr 27, 1942 - Operated by PAA May 14, 1942 - Caribbean
Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Aug 26, 1944 - To RFC Nov 05, 1945. To civil tegistry as 
XA-FIK (several owners) up to 1975.
7830 (MSN 4329) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 12, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-PADO 
(Transadriateca Aug 21, 1948).  Sold to Egypt early 1949.  believed c1950 to 
Yemenite Airlines, Sana'a as YE-AAA
7831 (MSN 4330) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 -Operated by PAA May 14, 1942 - Africa
and Middle East May 01, 1943 - SOC Jun 13, 1943. 
7832 (MSN 4331) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - 10th AF Jun 17, 1942 - India China
Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - Sold by 10th AF, Karachi, Mar 12, 1946.
To civil registry as VT-AZC (Mistri Airways), w/o, Jun 21, 1947.
7833 (MSN 4332) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - Operated by Northeast May 06, 1942 -
North Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - USA Nov 02, 1944 - To RFC Nov 08, 1945. 
To civil registry as C-214 (TACA), C-214 (Avianca) changed for HK-127 1948 and 
N7153C (1950). Might have been HK-157 Apr 1951, not confirmed.
7834 (MSN 4333) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - Operated by PAA May 14, 1942 - Panama
Aug 21, 1943 - USA Aug 21, 1944 - w/o Nov 13, 1944 in crash 3 mi NW of Casper AAF,
Wyoming shortly after takeoff.  ll killed.  SOC Nov 14, 1944.
7835 (MSN 4334) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - Operated by PAA May 14, 1942 -Caribbean Wing 
ATC May 1943 - Operated by TWA Jan 05, 1944.  w/o Jun 13, 1944, Newark, NJ.
Hulk to Olmstead Field, PA
7836 (MSN 4335) to USAAF apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 13, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy - To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945 but already with French AA 
since Sep 15, 1944 as 417836.  Operated with callsigns F-RAMC, F-RASC, F-RAXM, F-RASM 
and F-SCHO. Last used by  GLA 49 in Central Africa, then sold to Gabon AF as 
17838/TR-KBA Jun 01, 1961.  sold by Gabon A/F to Kinair Cargo, Kinshasa as 9Q-CNG; 
fate unknown.
7837 (MSN 4336) to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jul 08, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy
Damaged Oct 27, 1942 in landing at RAF langford Lodge, Northern Ireland.
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945.  No further details.
7838 (MSN 4337)to USAAF Apr 26, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Sep 2, 1942 - USA Mar 22,
1945 - To RFC Jan 6, 1946. No further details. 
7839 (MSN 4338) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - Panama Jan 27, 1944 - USA Jan 2, 1945 - 
To RFC Oct 03, 1945. To civil registry as C-215 (TACA), C-155 changed
for HK-155 (Avianca). Crashed Cerro Trujillo, nr El Soldado Mar 09, 1957. 
7840 (MSN 4339) to USAAF May 04, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jul 08, 1942 - SOC Oct 31, 1944.
7841 (MSN 4340) to USAAF Apr 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Jun 08, 1942 - w/o Dec 11, 1942.  SOC Sep 08, 1943.
7842 (MSN 4341) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - 5th AF - To RFC Nov 14, 1945.  To civil
registry as NC56968, PP-IBB, PP-ANP (TAN, mergint with REAL then
incorporated to Varig aug 1961. Wfu 1962 (Stored?), reappearing with Ecuador AF 
mar 1968 as FAE4341 and operated by TAME as HC-AUZ from 1971 to oct 1977. Wfu
7843 (MSN 4342) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - 5th AF Jul 08, 1942 to Oct 21, 1942 -
12th AF, Italy - Crash Jun 22, 1943.
7844 (MSN 4343) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - 8th F, UK Aug 05, 1942 - USA sep 30,
1944 - To RFC Nov 2, 1945. No further reports. 
7845 (MSN 4344) to USAAF Apr 28, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 11, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945, no further reports.
7846 (MSN 4345) to USAAF Apr 29, 1942 - 8th AF, UK aug 11, 1942 - 12th AF,
Italy.  Removed from inventory fol.ennemy action May 28, 1946...but passed on 
Italian civil register as I-NAVE Mar 29, 1947 and sold as YE-AAB (Yemen 
Airlines *Shiban* Oct 9, 1948).   Crashed 60 miles NE of Rome Nov 03, 1958.
Was carrying a Yemen government minister on a flight from Rome to Belgrade.
7847 (MSN 4346) to USAAF May 01, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945. To civil registry as I-LUNA (SISA Mar 11, 
1947, merging with ALI Flotte Riunite Sep 12, 1949 and LAI Feb 25, 1952 to become 
Alitalia Oct 31, 1957). Then OH-VKD (Kar Air Mar 09, 1960), LN-RTW (operated by May 
Air 1969), OO-KVG (Delta Air Transport Mar 13, 1971), OO-VGK (ntu) and N3433P (various 
owners/operators).  After N3433P became N513AC (Southwind A/L); destroyed? 1 Apr 1981 at 
Laredo
7848 (MSN 4347) to USAAF May 01, 1942 - USA only - To RFC Nov 08, 1945.  To civil
registry as NC18639 (Resort Airline), PP-SQK (VASP Jul 17, 1951) and PP-KUC after 
rebuilt 1975.  Sold to Bruce D Coombs, Kingston, Jamaïca Apr 15, 1981.
Preserved Briceno, Bogotá, Colombia as PT-KUC
7849 (MSN 4348) to USAAF Apr 29, 1942 - South Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943 -
USA Aug 24, 1944 - To War Assets Administration Dec 13, 1946. To civil registry as 
NC68188.   Derelict at Bogota, Colombia.
7850 (MSN 4349) to USAAF apr 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 12, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy - 
To Foreign Liquidation Commission Jan 03, 1946. To civil registry as NC22428, 
C-124 (Avianca Sep 25, 1947). Rr HK-124, leased to SACOL, sold to LAOS Ltda in 1970. 
Leased until sold to Transportes Aereos El Venado, Trans Amazonica Colombia.  Flying with 
Lineas Aéreas Colombianas (LACOL).   Current as of Sep 1999
7851 (MSN 4350)to USAAF Apr 29, 1942 - USA only - RFC Nov 12, 1945. To civil
registry as XA-GAM (CMA 1946). Crashed Sep 12, 1949. 
7852 (MSN 4351) to USAAF Apr 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 19, 1942 - USA Jun 25,
1945 - To RFC Nov 20, 1945. To civil registry as NC91084 (American Airlines *84* 
Feb 23, 1946), C-324X later changed to HK-324 (LANSA 1948 becoming Avianca Oct 1951). 
To United Nations in Congo 1961, then registered 6V-AAA Jul 03, 1963. Operated
by Air Senegal, leased to Air Mauritanie Feb 1954.  DBR Nouarkchott Jul 06, 1965. 
To Air Afrique for parts.
7853 (MSN 4352) to USAAF Apr 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - USA Nov 02, 1945 - 
To RFC Jan 17, 1946.  To civil registry as NC18638 and sold to Government of 
Mexico (1950). Later N5089V, CF-ILW (various owners/operators
including Eastern Provincial from Nov 08, 1961 to Aug 05, 1964), N16625 (various owners).
Sale reported Mar 1981, no further details.
7854 (MSN 4353) to USAAF Apr 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - Destroyed by
fire Bari, Italy Dec 04, 1943.
7855 (MSN 4354) to USAAF Apr 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 19, 1942 - (10th TCS/60th TCG) hit treetops 
during landing approach Tafaraoui, Algeria Nov 29, 1942.  5 killed.
7856 (MSN 4355) to USAAF Apr 30, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy -
SOC nov 11, 1942 after crashed
7857 (MSN 4356) to USAAF May 01, 1942 - Africa and Middle East May 30, 1943
To USA Jul 14, 1945 - To RFC Dec 27, 1945.  To civil registry as NC74596 then VT-CIH 
and AP-AAG (Orient Airways Feb 13, 1947, name changed to PIA Apr 01, 1955). WFU.
7858 (MSN 4357) to USAAF May 1, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - USA Aug 01, 1945 -
To RFC Nov 19, 1945. To civil registry as NC88794 (several owners/operators including 
United Airlines Feb 01, 1947 to may 1950, and also Frontier Airlines).
Scrapped at Marana-Pinal Airpark, AZ
7859 (MSN 4358) to USAAF May 08, 1942 - Operated by Braniff May 30, 1942 -
Caribbean Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - North African Wing ATC - w/o Dec 13, 1944 near Marrakesh AAF,
Morocco.  WFU Dec 13, 1943.
7860 (MSN 4359) to USAAF May 01, 1942 - Operated by Braniff Sep 11, 1942 -
Panama May 01, 1943 - USA Dec 20, 1943 - To RFC Oct 07, 1945. To civil registry as 
NC13719 (Air Cargo Transport *Skyvan* - National Air Cargo Mar 1946 - Monarch Air 
Service Jul 07, 1947 to Dec 12, 1947), N225LS, N225ES, N752R, N728G (various owners/operators)
7861 (MSN 4369) to USAAF May 10, 1942 - Netherland East Indies via Luke Field,
AZ. Jun 10, 1942. To civil registry as NC33374 (Pan American Apr 12, 1945). Crashed
Jan 19, 1957, Idlewild, NY. Repaired by Atlas Aircraft Corp, returned to USCAR as 
N1902W then N190BB (various owners), TG-ASA (Aviateca 1979). With Aero Mitla as 
XA-KIK since 1980.
7862 (MSN 4370) to USAAF May 12, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jun 11, 1942 - African
Desert Jun 17, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy - To Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 11, 1945.  
To civil registry as NC21904, C-121 changed to HK-121 (Avianca *Ciudad de Sogomoso* 
May 07, 1947 to 1970). WFU
7863 (MSN 4371) to USAAF May 11, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jun 04, 1942 - India
China Wing ATC May 01, 1943 - SOC Sep 16, 1944 after crashed Sep 8, 1944.
7864 (MSN 4372) to USAAF May 11, 1942 - 10th AF, India Jun 21, 1942 - Accra Dec 21, 1942 - 
Africa and Middle East May 01, 1943 - USA Jan 21, 1945 - To RFC Oct 07, 1945.
To civil registry as NC57481 (ntu), NC60002 (Pan American 1947), YV-C-AVS (Avensa 1948) 
and N57481 (no details)
7865 (MSN 4373) to USAAF May 10, 1942 - 10th AF, India Sep 15, 1942 - WFU Jun 30, 1943.
7866 (MSN 4374) to USAAF May 17, 1942 - 8th AF, UK Aug 05, 1942 - 12th AF, Italy
SOC Jun 06, 1944 after crashed.			
41-7867 ... 41-9010
Stearman PT-17-BW
MSN 75-1426/75-2569
7873 (MSN 75-1432) wrecked when plane went into spin over Paradise Valley, AZ Oct 15, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
7874 (MSN 75-1433) wrecked at Cuervo, TX Dec 22, 1941
7875 (MSN 75-1434) W/o 4 Sep 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ 
7877 (MSN 75-1436) W/o 12 Dec 1944 at 1M E Chickasha, OK 
7880 (MSN 75-1439) registered as VH-ZYZ and noted airworthy May 2010 at Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia.
7881 (MSN 75-1440) W/o 7 Aug 1942 at Souther Field, GA
7883 (MSN 75-1442) W/o 12 Nov 1942 at Souther Field, GA 
7884 (MSN 75-1443) W/o 29 Oct 1943 at Americus, GA 
7885 (MSN 75-1444) W/o 16 Mar 1944 at Americus, GA 
7886 (MSN 75-1445) wrecked in landing accident Aug 21, 1942, Americus, GA
7887 (MSN 75-1446) W/o 23 Jan 1942 at Souther Field, GA; repaired (?); wrecked at Americus, GA Jun 1, 1943
7890 (MSN 75-1449) W/o 15 Jun 1943 at Americus, GA 
7891 (MSN 75-1450) wrecked at Americus, GA Sep 19, 1942
7892 (MSN 75-1451) W/o 22 Jul 1942 at Souther Field, GA 
7895 (MSN 75-1454) W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Condor Field No 1 
7899 (MSN 75-1458) nosed over on landing and w/o 18 Aug 1942 at Corcoran Airport, CA 
7905 (MSN 75-1464) wrecked at Woodyville, CA Oct 28, 1941.  Pilot killed
7914 (MSN 75-1473) W/o 5 Sep 1941 at Stamford, TX 
7917 (MSN 75-1476) W/o 24 Jan 1942 at Arledge Field, TX 
7925 (MSN 75-1484) W/o 13 Nov 1941 at Stamford, TX 
7927 (MSN 75-1486) to civil registry as N55070, later as N532WW
7928 (MSN 75-1487) W/o 20 Nov 1941 at Camden, SC 
7930 (MSN 75-1489) W/o 3 Nov 1943 at Camden, SC 
7936 (MSN 75-1495) w/o Aug 6, 1941, Arcadia, FL when pilot bailed
out after a stall resulting in a spin.
7938 (MSN 75-1497) to civil registry as N48566
7944 (MSN 75-1503) W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ 
7949 (MSN 75-1508) dove in at Pixley, CA May 21, 1942.  Pilot killed.
7951 (MSN 75-1510) W/o 2 Nov 1943 at Hunter AAAF, CA 
7955 (MSN 75-1514) W/o 30 Dec 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ 
7956 (MSN 75-1515) W/o 16 Feb 1944 at Aguila AAAF, AZ 
7967 (MSN 75-1526) became N49291, to G-BNIW Apr 22, 1987.
7968 (MSN 75-1527) W/o 5 Nov 1943 at Tulare, CA 
7969 (MSN 75-1528) became N57044, then N70KB.    Registered VH-RAC Mar 26, 1997.
7970 (MSN 75-1529) W/o 22 Jan 1944 at Hunter AAAF
7971 (MSN 75-1530) W/o 23 Aug 1944 at Ryan Field AAAF, AZ 
7976 (MSN 75-1535) W/o 16 Mar 1944 at Paradise Valley, AZ 
7982 (MSN 75-1541) W/o 7 Sep 1941 at Huntington Airport, WV 
7983 (MSN 75-1542) W/o 1 Aug 1941 at Godman Field, KY 
7988 (MSN 75-1547) W/o 9 Jul 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
7989 (MSN 75-1548) W/o 11 Jan 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
7990 (MSN 75-1549) W/o 24 Feb 1945 at Loraine, TX 
7991 (MSN 75-1550) W/o 9 Nov 1944 at Garner, FL 
7997 (MSN 75-1556) currently (2004) TF-KAU
7999 (MSN 75-1558) wrecked at Meville, Long Island Nov 16, 1941.
8001 (MSN 75-1560) registered Aug 19, 2008 as VH-RPS.  Active in Apr 2011 as VH-EEY
8002 (MSN 75-1561) W/o 20 Mar 1943 in Iceland
8005 (MSN 75-1564) wrecked 14 mi N of Pontaic, MI May 13, 1941
8008 (MSN 75-1567) W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8011 (MSN 75-1570) was at one stage registered N52552, registered N95DA
Jan 5, 2006.  Won EAA award at Oshkosh 2012.
8012 (MSN 75-1571) W/o 28 Sep 1944 at Carlstrom Field,FL 
8014 (MSN 75-1573) W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Dorr Field, FL 
8015 (MSN 75-1574) W/o 16 Nov 1942 at Ocala AAAF, FL 
8016 (MSN 75-1575) wrecked 8 m N of Langley Field in Chesapeake Bay May 22, 1941.
8021 (MSN 75-1580) wrecked at Augustine Field, MS Jun 25, 1942
8022 (MSN 75-1581) airworthy at New Castle, DE as N49760.
8023 (MSN 75-1582) ditched in lake at Kilarney Winterpark, FL Nov 21, 1941
8025 (MSN 75-1584) W/o 4 Feb 1944 at Echeverria Field, AZ 
8027 (MSN 75-1586) crashed W of Woodland, CA Nov 5, 1942.  Pilots OK
8029 (MSN 75-1588) W/o 3 Dec 1941 at Albuquerque AAB, NM 
8033 (MSN 75-1592) W/o 21 Jan 1944 at Twenty Nine Palms (?), CA
8037 (MSN 75-1596) W/o 22 May 1941 at Savannah AB, GA 
8038 (MSN 75-1597) wrecked at Savanna, GA Dec 9, 1941
8042 (MSN 75-1601) spun in 8 mi W of Midvale, UT May 31, 1941.  Pilot killed.
8044 (MSN 75-1603) W/o 15 Dec 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
8045 (MSN 75-1604) wrecked 3 mi NW of Thunderbird Aux #2, TX Jan 30, 1943.  Pilot killed
8048 (MSN 75-1607) W/o 10 Jun 1943 at Twenty Nine Palms AAAF #1, CA 
8049 (MSN 75-1608) W/o 31 May 1943 at Echeverria Field, AZ 
8050 (MSN 75-1609) wrecked 5 mi SE of Santa Maria, CA Jun 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.
8052 (MSN 75-1611) W/o 4 Sep 1941 at Gowan Field, ID 
8055 (MSN 75-1614) spun in at Tacoma, WA Jun 20, 1941
8056 (MSN 75-1615) W/o 22 Sep 1941 at Grass Mountain, WA 
8064 (MSN 75-1623) wrecked 5 mi NW of Dorr Field, FL May 1, 1942
8077 (MSN 75-1636) W/o 18 Dec 1941 at Tallahassee, FL 
8080 (MSN 75-1639) W/o 29 Aug 1941 at March AAF, CA (collision with 41-8081)
8081 (MSN 75-1640) in midair with 41-8080 E of March AAF, CA Aug 29, 1941. Both DBR
8085 (MSN 75-1644) W/o 9 Sep 1941 at Mathews Lake, CA 
8087 (MSN 75-1646) W/o 25 Aug 1941 at Twenty Nine Palms, CA 
8089 (MSN 75-1648) on Spanish civil registry as EC-FNM.
8091 (MSN 75-1650) force landed in mountains near Balks Camp, CA Oct 29, 1941.
8092 (MSN 75-1651) wrecked at Fresno, CA Nov 25, 1941.
8093 (MSN 75-1652) flying as N53422.  Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill, 8-5-95
8094 (MSN 75-1653) became N64926, then F-AZCK.
8097 (MSN 75-1656) W/o 4 Oct 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8106 (MSN 75-1665) became N53314, then N9163R.  To user in New
Zealand in 2004 as ZK-RRR
8109 (MSN 75-1668) to N57949
8115 (MSN 75-1674) to N49761
8116 (MSN 75-1675) to N66711
8117 (MSN 75-1676) to N56907
8118 (MSN 75-1677) to N52278
8119 (MSN 75-1678) to N69722
8121 (MSN 75-1680) W/o 7 Jul 1941 at Tuscaloosa, AL 
8122 (MSN 75-1681) W/o 6 Jan 1942 at Tuscaloosa, AL 
8123 (MSN 75-1682) W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Decatur, AL			
8126 (MSN 75-1685) W/o 20 Mar 1942 at Tuscaloosa, AL; repaired (?); wfu; to N53783, current 2011
8128 (MSN 75-1687) W/o 24 Jun 1942 at Tuscaloosa, AL 
8129 (MSN 75-1688) W/o 10 Sep 1941 at Tuscaloosa, AL 
8130 (MSN 75-1689) to N57564
8133 (MSN 75-1692) W/o 3 Aug 1942 at Tuscaloosa, AL 
8135 (MSN 75-1694) to N68800
8136 (MSN 75-1695) W/o 30 Jan 1942 at Brookwood, AL 
8137 (MSN 75-1696) became N54426, later D-ECAL
8140 (MSN 75-1699) W/o 25 Jul 1941 at Albany, GA 
8146 (MSN 75-1705) W/o 20 Apr 1943 at Darr Aero Tech, GA 
8149 (MSN 75-1708) W/o 3 Jul 1941 at Lakeland, FL
8153 (MSN 75-1712) to civil registry as N56878
8155 (MSN 75-1714) W/o 24 Feb 1943 at Lama AAAF #3, FL 
8156 (MSN 75-1715) W/o 12 Jun 1944 at Avon Park, FL 
8157 (MSN 75-1716) W/o 17 Jan 1944 at Strathmore AAAF, CA 
8161 (MSN 75-1720) W/o 21 Jun 1944 at Strathmore AAAF, CA 
8169 (MSN 75-1728) to civil registry as CF-EQS. At American Air Museum, RAF Duxford in USAAF colors
with false tail number 217786.
8170 (MSN 75-1729) W/o 22 Jan 1943 at Union City, TN 
8171 (MSN 75-1730) W/o 7 Apr 1943 at Rankin Field, CA 
8175 (MSN 75-1734) W/o 11 Jan 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8177 (MSN 75-1736) W/o 7 Sep 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8178 (MSN 75-1737) W/o 6 Oct 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8182 (MSN 75-1741) W/o 14 May 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8183 (MSN 75-1742) W/o 20 May 1942 at Bateman Field, SC 
8186 (MSN 75-1745) W/o 11 May 1942 at Bateman Field, SC 
8188 (MSN 75-1747) W/o 1 Oct 1943 at Camden, SC
8189 (MSN 75-1748) W/o 9 Feb 1943 at Camden, SC 
8191 (MSN 75-1750) W/o 25 Sep 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8196 (MSN 75-1755) to N67195.  Crashed into a field near
Hicks Field, TX Dec 26, 2005.  1 killed, 1 injured.
8200 (MSN 75-1759) W/o 17 Aug 1942 at Plains AAAF, GA 
8201 (MSN 75-1760) W/o 18 Dec 1942 at Souther Field, GA 
8206 (MSN 75-1765) W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
8220 (MSN 75-1779) registered Jun 11, 2004 to Unlimited Aircraft Sales CC of South Africa as ZS-PIH
8229 (MSN 75-1788) W/o 27 Mar 1942 at Dorr Field, FL 
8230 (MSN 75-1789) W/o 23 Dec 1941 at Cuero, TX 
8233 (MSN 75-1792) W/o 14 Apr 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8236 (MSN 75-1795) to civil registry as N55361.
8239 (MSN 75-1798) W/o 20 Sep 1943 at River Auxiliary Field, GA
8240 (MSN 75-1799) W/o 11 Jan 1943 at Plains, GA; repaired )?); to civil registry as N46571.  In 1950s was a crop duster.
8241 (MSN 75-1800) W/o 24 Jul 1942 at Haley AAAF, GA 
8242 (MSN 75-1801) registered as N55762
8247 (MSN 75-1806) W/o 4 Jan 1943 at Lakeland, FL 
8250 (MSN 75-1809) W/o 10 Feb 1944 at Douglas, GA 
8251 (MSN 75-1810) W/o 27 Feb 1943 at Augustine Field, MS 
8253 (MSN 75-1812) W/o 22 Jan 1945 at Lakeland, FL 
8256 (MSN 75-1815) W/o 16 Jun 1943 at Clarksdale, MS 
8257 (MSN 75-1816) W/o 6 Aug 1942 at Fletcher Field, MS 
8260 (MSN 75-1819) W/o 9 Sep 1942 at Fletcher Field, MS 
8261 (MSN 75-1820) W/o 18 May 1943 at Tuscaloosa, AL 
8263 (MSN 75-1822) to civil registry as N38940
8265 (MSN 75-1824) W/o 20 Oct 1943 at Tanner AAAF, AL 
8274 (MSN 75-1833) W/o 6 Jan 1942 at Haley AAAF, GA
8275 (MSN 75-1834) to civil registry as VH-URC
8278 (MSN 75-1837) W/o 7 Mar 1942 at Moorseville, AL 
8280 (MSN 75-1839) W/o 30 Mar 1942 at Orangeburg, SC 
8281 (MSN 75-1840) W/o 2 Apr 1942 at Avon Park, FL 
8285 (MSN 75-1844) W/o 29 Jan 1942 at Americus, GA 
8286 (MSN 75-1845) W/o 28 Sep 1942 at Souther Field, GA 
8287 (MSN 75-1846) to Israel AF as 2713.  By Aug 1996 was in the 
Historic Aircraft Collection at Haifa AB, painted as 55
8288 (MSN 75-1847) W/o 7 Mar 1942 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8289 (MSN 75-1848) W/o 21 Apr 1942 at Camden, SC 
8291 (MSN 75-1850) W/o 18 Jun 1942 at Souther Field, GA 
8296 (MSN 75-1855) W/o 16 Jun 1944 at Merced AAAF #1, CA
8299 (MSN 75-1858) W/o 19 Jul 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
8301 (MSN 75-1860) to civil registry as N57941.  At Indiana
Aviation Museum, Valparaiso, Indiana.
8303 (MSN 75-1862) W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Tuskegee, AL 
8307 (MSN 75-1866) W/o 30 Sep 1941 at Passmore AAAF, AL
8310 (MSN 75-1869) W/o 1 Aug 1942 at Bennettsville, SC 
8312 (MSN 75-1871) W/o 16 Mar 1944 at Albany, GA 
8316 (MSN 75-1875) to civil registry as N55569
8321 (MSN 75-1880) preserved at Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio, Santiago, chile as CC-DMG
8322 (MSN 75-1881) W/o 12 Feb 1942 at Thompson-Robbins Field, AR 
8325 (MSN 75-1884) to civil registry as N65851.
8330 (MSN 75-1889) to Guatemalan AF.  Used by Escuela Militar de Aviacion.  To TG-CEO-36.  Cancelled
8331 (MSN 75-1890) W/o 9 Feb 1942 at Orangeburg, SC 
8333 (MSN 75-1892) W/o 3 Aug 1944 at Orangeburg, SC 
8334 (MSN 75-1893) W/o 12 Jan 1942 at Thompson-Robbins Field, AR 
8335 (58 AAFFTD) crashlanded at Orangeburg, SC Jul 4, 1942.
8336 (MSN 75-1895) W/o 28 Apr 1943 at Taylor Field, FL
8340 (MSN 75-1899) W/o 3 Jul 1943 at Avon Park, FL 
8342 (MSN 75-1901) W/o 15 Feb 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
8343 (MSN 75-1902) W/o 26 Jun 1943 at Cameron, SC 
8344 (MSN 75-1903) W/o 18 Nov 1942 at Douglas, GA 
8353 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, Florida.
8359 (MSN 75-1918) W/o 30 Dec 1943 at Paulk AAAF, GA 
8361 (MSN 75-1920) W/o 8 Sep 1941 at Douglas, GA 
8362 (MSN 75-1921) W/o 28 Jul 1944 at Buckeville, AL 
8367 (MSN 75-1926) W/o 23 May 1942 at Decatur, AL 
8369 (MSN 75-1928) to Guatemalan AFG.  Used by Escuela Militar
de Aviacion.  To TG-DIS.  W/o Oct 25, 1964.
8372 (MSN 75-1931) to Guatemalan AF, used by Escuela Militar de Aviacion.  To TG-DII-F.  Cancelled
8374 (MSN 75-1933) W/o 31 May 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
8377 (MSN 75-1936) W/o 3 Apr 1943 at Avon Park, FL 
8382 (MSN 75-1941) W/o 13 Jan 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
8383 (MSN 75-1942) W/o 26 Oct 1944 at Tuskegee, AL 
8384 (MSN 75-1943) W/o 7 Mar 1942 at Moorseville, AL 
8387 (MSN 75-1946) W/o 7 Sep 1942 at Dorr Field, FL 
8389 (MSN 75-1948) W/o 24 Aug 1944 at Americus, GA 
8397 (MSN 75-1956) W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8404 (MSN 75-1963) W/o 25 Mar 1944 at Dorr Field, FL 
8407 (MSN 75-1966) W/o 30 Apr 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
8410 (MSN 75-1969) to Greece as SX-EAG
8412 (MSN 75-1971) W/o 24 Jul 1943 at Americus, GA 
8415 (MSN 75-1974) W/o 14 Jun 1942 at Dorr Field, FL 
8418 (MSN 75-1977) W/o 5 Mar 1943 at Roanoke, AL 
8424 (MSN 75-1983) W/o 7 Sep 1943 at Hagood Auxiliary Field, SC
8425 (MSN 75-1984) W/o 25 Apr 1942 at Orangeburg, SC 
8426 (MSN 75-1985) became N57439.  Reported sold to owner in Canada Mar 2006.
Registered Mar 20, 2008 as C-FHUH.
8427 (MSN 75-1986) W/o 3 Jun 1943 at Lake Wales, FL 
8428 (MSN 75-1987) W/o 1 Jan 1944 at Avon Park, FL 
8433 (MSN 75-1992) W/o 19 Dec 1943 at Hunter AAAF, CA 
8437 (MSN 75-1996) W/o 2 Mar 1944 at Caldwell Field, TN 
8441 (MSN 75-2000) W/o 27 Jun 1944 at Americus, GA 
8443 (MSN 75-2002) W/o 22 Apr 1944 at Perryville, TN 
8447 (MSN 75-2006) W/o 15 Jan 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
8450 (MSN 75-2009) W/o 8 Sep 1941 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8453 (MSN 75-2012) W/o 15 May 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8456 (MSN 75-2015) W/o 7 Jan 1942 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8459 (MSN 75-2018) Lend-Lease to Bolivia
8460 (MSN 75-2019) W/o 1 Apr 1942 at Bennettsville, SC 
8461 (MSN 75-2020) W/o 21 Feb 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
8466 (MSN 75-2025) W/o 6 Oct 1944 at SW of Tanner AAAF, AL 
8481 registered as N9046V
8486 (MSN 75-2045) W/o 13 Jan 1943 at Bennettsville, SC
8488 (MSN 75-2047) W/o 2 May 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
8489 (MSN 75-2048) to civil user in Jamaica as VP-JAE.  WFU in 1948
8493 (MSN 75-2052) W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
8494 (MSN 75-2053) W/o 13 May 1942 at Bennettsville, SC 
8496 (MSN 75-2055) became N52648.  Registered Jun 21, 2007 as ZK-BWR
8497 (MSN 75-2056) W/o 28 Apr 1942 at Taylor Field, FL 
8498 (MSN 75-2057) W/o 3 Jan 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
8499 (MSN 75-2058) W/o 10 Aug 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
8500 (MSN 75-2059) W/o 7 May 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
8502 (MSN 75-2061) W/o 29 Mar 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
8503 (MSN 75-2062) W/o 9 May 1944 at Madison, AL 
8504 (MSN 75-2063) W/o 23 May 1942 at Thompson-Robbins Field, AR 
8506 (MSN 75-2065) W/o 17 May 1944 at Waterlo, SC 
8507 (MSN 75-2066) W/o 29 Jul 1943 at Douglas, GA 
8511 (MSN 75-2070) W/o 24 Apr 1943 at Clarksdale, MS 
8512 (MSN 75-2071) W/o 15 Apr 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
8518 (MSN 75-2077) W/o 13 Oct 1945 at Liberty, MO 
8519 (MSN 75-2078) W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Tanner Field, AL 
8520 (MSN 75-2079) W/o 13 Dec 1943 at Decatur, AL 
8522 (MSN 75-2081) W/o 20 Jan 1943 at Decatur, AL 
8523 (MSN 75-2082) W/o 22 Mar 1942 at Hartselle, AL 
8524 (MSN 75-2083) W/o 26 Jun 1942 at Decatur, AL 
8525 (MSN 75-2084) W/o 21 Apr 1942 at Decatur, AL 
8533 (MSN 75-2092) to civil user in Jamaica as VP-JAF.  Wfu in 1948.
8538 (MSN 75-2097) W/o 30 Apr 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
8541 (MSN 75-2100) to civil registry as N9046V
8543 (MSN 75-2102) W/o 12 Jan 1942 at Thompson-Robbins Field, AR 
8547 (MSN 75-2106) to Guatemalan AF, used by Escuala Militar de
Aviation.  Oct 1955 sold as TG-CEB-23.  W/o Oct 26, 1956
8550 (MSN 75-2109) to Guatemalan AF, used by Escuela Militar de
Aviation.  Sold Jul 1947 as LG-BAI.  WFU in 1947
8554 (MSN 75-2113) W/o 5 Dec 1943 at Americus, GA 
8555 (MSN 75-2114) W/o 24 Aug 1943 at Leslie, GA 
8556 (MSN 75-2115) to civil registry as N59448
8557 (MSN 75-2116) W/o 4 Feb 1943 at Avon Park, FL 
8566 (MSN 75-2125) W/o 25 Jun 1942 at Thompson-Robbins Field, AR 
8568 (MSN 75-2127) W/o 16 Nov 1942 at Souther Field, GA 
8573 (MSN 75-2132) W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Douglas, GA 
8575 (MSN 75-2134) registered as N5862 on display as N2S-2 in US Navy color scheme at Arkansas Air Museum,
Fayetteville.
8577 (MSN 75-2136) W/o 23 Aug 1943 at 45 miled from Tuscaloosa, AL 
8578 (MSN 75-2137) W/o 24 Aug 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8580 (MSN 75-2139) W/o 12 Jun 1943 at Jennings AAAF, SC 
8582 (MSN 75-2141) W/o 30 Jan 1943 at 63 AAF Flying Trng Det, GA 
8584 (MSN 75-2143) W/o 17 Jun 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
8585 (MSN 75-2144) W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Camden, SC 
8588 (MSN 75-2147) W/o 26 Jun 1942 at Cope Field, SC 
8590 (MSN 75-2149) W/o 10 Jun 1942 at Douglas, GA 
8591 (MSN 75-2150) W/o 29 Nov 1941 at Douglas, GA 
8596 (MSN 75-2155) W/o 10 Jul 1942 at Douglas, GA 
8601 (MSN 75-2160) to Peru AF as FAP-414
8603 (MSN 75-2162) W/o 26 Dec 1942 at Orangeburg, SC 
8606 (MSN 75-2165) to Peru AF as FAP-418
8607 (MSN 75-2166) W/o 4 Jul 1942 at Orangeburg, SC 
8609 (MSN 75-2168) W/o 2 Aug 1943 at Orangeburg, SC 
8612 (MSN 75-2171) W/o 22 Oct 1943 at Douglas, GA 
8614 (MSN 75-2173) became N55080,then N163ER, then N4JF, registered
Feb 22, 2005 to Prop and Throttle Aircaft Preservation of
Wonderboom, South Africa as ZS-LDR.
8615 (MSN 75-2174) to civil registry as N63947, painted as N2S-3
8616 (MSN 75-2175) W/o 5 May 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ 
8621 (MSN 75-2180) on display at Canadian Warplane Heritage marked as FK107, which was a PT-27.
8625 (MSN 75-2184) became N61860, then F-AZST
8627 (MSN 75-2186) became N51771.  Registered Jun 4, 2008 as OY-RAM
8628 (MSN 75-2187) W/o 13 Jul 1942 at Thunderbird II, AZ 
8630 (MSN 75-2189) W/o 5 Nov 1944 at Goodfellow AAF, TX 
8641 (MSN 75-2200) W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
8644 (MSN 75-2203) W/o 13 Jan 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ 
8645 (MSN 75-2204) W/o 23 Jun 1944 at Glendale AAAF #1, AZ 
8647 (MSN 75-2206) W/o 21 Apr 1943 at Thunderbird Field, AZ 
8651 (MSN 75-2210) W/o 7 Dec 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
8654 (MSN 75-2213) W/o 30 Jun 1944 at Thunderbird Field, AZ 
8657 (MSN 75-2216) W/o 16 Nov 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ 
8659 (MSN 75-2218) W/o 27 Mar 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ 
8662 (MSN 75-2221) W/o 3 Aug 1942 at Glendale, AZ 
8663 (MSN 75-2222) W/o 8 May 1944 at Glendale AAF, AZ 
8666 (MSN 75-2225) W/o 8 Jul 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ 
8668 (MSN 75-2227) W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
8669 (MSN 75-2228) W/o 4 May 1943 at Americus, GA 
8670 (MSN 75-2229) to civil registry as N55277, current as N220WK
8673 (MSN 75-2232) W/o 27 May 1943 at Americus, GA 
8675 (MSN 75-2234) W/o 23 Feb 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
8676 (MSN 75-2235) W/o 16 Dec 1944 at Orangeburg Airport, SC 
8677 (MSN 75-2236) W/o 10 Aug 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
8678 (MSN 75-2237) W/o 30 Sep 1942 at Bennettsville, SC 
8679 (MSN 75-2238) W/o 20 Oct 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
8680 (MSN 75-2239) W/o 25 Jul 1942 at Bennettsville, SC 
8687 (MSN 75-2246) W/o 28 Oct 1942 at Tulare, CA 
8688 (MSN 75-2247) W/o 7 Jan 1943 at Wood Ille, CA 
8689 (MSN 75-2248) became N51132.  Registered G-BIXN Jun 15, 1981.
8707 (MSN 75-2266) W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Tulare AAAF 
8715 (MSN 75-2274) W/o 22 Jan 1942 at ACTD, Tulare, CA 
8728 (MSN 75-2287) W/o 4 Dec 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
8731 (MSN 75-2290) on US civil registry as N33NA.
8733 (MSN 75-2292) W/o 10 Mar 1943 at Phoenix, AZ 
8735 (MSN 75-2294) to N59281, restored, active
8736 (MSN 75-2295) W/o 16 Jun 1944 at Stackhouse AAAF, Americus, GA 
8739 (MSN 75-2298) W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Ellaville, GA 
8744 (MSN 75-2303) W/o 19 Jun 1943 at Camden, SC 
8746 (MSN 75-2305) to civil registry as N555BF.  With Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA
8747 (MSN 75-2306) W/o 4 Mar 1942 at Dorr Field, FL 
8754 (MSN 75-2313) W/o 7 Oct 1944 at Haygood AAAF, SC
8757 (MSN 75-2316) W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Camden, SC 
8760 (MSN 75-2319) W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
8764 (MSN 75-2323) W/o 12 Jul 1944 at Albany, GA 
8766 (MSN 75-2325) W/o 5 Oct 1944 at Fletcher Field, MS 
8767 (MSN 75-2326) to civil registry as N52011.  Now on display at National Museum of
Naval Aviation marked as BuNo 9681, whch was an invalid number. 
8771 (MSN 75-2330) became N54774.  Noted November 2002 at Hart's Flying 
Fighter Museum, Archerfield, Queensland, Australia
8773 (MSN 75-2332) W/o 21 Mar 1942 at Dorr Field, FL 
8776 (MSN 75-2335) became N59822.  Registration PR-FJC reserved Nov 2008
8778 (MSN 75-2337) to civil registry as N9046Y
8779 (MSN 75-2338) W/o 6 Jan 1944 at Douglas, GA 
8782 (MSN 75-2341) W/o 21 Aug 1944 at Avon Park, FL 
8784 (MSN 75-2343) W/o 1 Dec 1941 at Ocala, FL 
8785 (MSN 75-2344) W/o 16 Jan 1942 at Ocala, FL 
8786 (MSN 75-2345) became N374RA and noted May 2006 on display at
New England air Museum, CT, but the MSN quoted appears to relate to
41-8776.
8787 (MSN 75-2346) W/o 30  Dec 1941 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8796 (MSN 75-2355) W/o 14 Jun 1943 at Haley AAAF, GA
8801 (MSN 75-2360) W/o 15 May 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8805 (MSN 75-2364) W/o 26 Jul 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
8817 (MSN 75-2376) W/o 3 Oct 1944 at Beaver Dam AAAF, AL 
8820 (MSN 75-2379) became N49933.  Sold May 2004 to owner in South Africa
8822 (MSN 75-2381) to N55720, then to G-BDCF May 5, 1975. Registration cancelled after 
aircraft failed to recover from spin and crashed at Barton Aerodrome, England 
Jul 17, 1977, but one source says remains sold to owner in USA
8827 (MSN 75-2386) W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Camden, SC 
8829 (MSN 75-2388) W/o 16 Nov 1943 at Bishopville, SC 
8831 (MSN 75-2390) on civilian registry as N52533.
8838 (MSN 75-2397) W/o 14 Dec 1942 at Fletcher Field, MS 
8839 (MSN 75-2398) W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Clarksdale, MS 
8841 (MSN 75-2400) W/o 27 Oct 1942 at Bennettsville, SC 
8852 (MSN 75-2411) to civil registry as N55432.  In 1950s was a crop duster.
8854 (MSN 75-2413) W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
8855 (MSN 75-2414) W/o 29 Mar 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
8860 (MSN 75-2419) noted in Musee de l'Air, Paris in 1988
8864 (MSN 75-2423) W/o 22 Dec 1941 at Sequoia Field, CA 
8867 (MSN 75-2426) W/o 9 Jun 1945 at Marble Falls, TX 
8871 (MSN 75-2430) WFU, became N60806.  To French registry as F-AZXT May 13, 2009.
8878 (MSN 75-2437) W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Rankin Field, CA 
8882 (MSN 75-2441) registered N48576 at Pima Museum in Arizona.  Registration cancelled Jan 28, 2000 
8884 (MSN 75-2443) to civil registry as N56208.  In minor landing acciden Apr 3, 1999.
8885 (MSN 75-2444) W/o 9 Dec 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
8889 (MSN 75-2448) W/o 5 Oct 1942 at Bennettsville, SC 
8890 (MSN 75-2449) W/o 21 Feb 1942 at Trainer Field, AR 
8894 (MSN 75-2453) W/o 2 Apr 1942 at Thompson-Robbins Field, AR 
8899 (MSN 75-2458) W/o 1 Dec 1943 at Tuskegee, AL 
8903 (MSN 75-2462) W/o 24 Jul 1944 at Athens, AL 
8907 (MSN 75-2466) W/o 20 Jul 1942 at Bennettsville, SC 
8908 (MSN 75-2467) W/o 20 Apr 1942 at Haldman-Elder Aux Airport, FL 
8910 (MSN 75-2469) W/o 11 Dec 1943 at Avon Park, FL 
8913 (MSN 75-2472) W/o 14 Oct 1942 at Lodwick Military Academy, FL 
8914 (MSN 75-2473) W/o 9 Aug 1943 at Avon Park AAAF No 2, FL 
8918 (MSN 75-2477) W/o 8 Feb 1944 at Clarksdale, MS 
8919 (MSN 75-2478) W/o 4 Aug 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8920 (MSN 75-2479) W/o 5 Mar 1942 at Thompson-Robbins Field, AR 
8923 (MSN 75-2482) became N62775.  Acquired by owner in Austria in 2008.
8924 (MSN 75-2483) W/o 5 Nov 1943 at Madison, MS 
8926 (MSN 75-2485) W/o 5 Nov 1942 at Avon Park, FL 
8927 (MSN 75-2486) W/o 26 May 1942 at Avon Park, FL 
8932 (MSN 75-2491) W/o 1 Mar 1944 at Avon Park, FL 
8933 (MSN 75-2492) W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
8938 (MSN 75-2497) W/o 5 Apr 1943 at Prescott, AZ; repaired (?); w/o 18 Jul 1945 at Windhell, TX 
8949 (MSN 75-2508) W/o 16 Nov 1941 at Woodlake, CA 
8952 (MSN 75-2511) W/o 18 Oct 1944 at Union City AAAF, OK 
8953 (MSN 75-2512) W/o 7 Jan 1943 at Woodville, CA 
8956 (MSN 75-2515) W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Strathmore Auxiliary Field, CA 
8959 (MSN 75-2518) W/o 2 May 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
8968 (MSN 75-2527) W/o 5 Jun 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
8971 (MSN 75-2530) being restored as N61618
8973 (MSN 75-2532) W/o 27 Oct 1943 at Avon Park, FL 
8975 (MSN 75-2534) W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Avon Park, FL 
8976 (MSN 75-2535) W/o 28 Jul 1942 at Dorr Field, FL 
8981 (MSN 75-2540) W/o 10 Jul 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
8985 (MSN 75-2544) W/o 5 Oct 1943 at Albany, GA 
8987 (MSN 75-2546) W/o 7 May 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
8989 (MSN 75-2548) W/o 13 Sep 1944 at Albany, GA 
8994 (MSN 75-2553) W/o 18 Dec 1941 at Dorr Field, FL 
8997 (MSN 75-2556) W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
8999 (MSN 75-2558) W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Marianna, FL 
9000 (MSN 75-2559) to Guatemalan AF, used by Escuela Militar de
Aviacion.  Sep 1963 sold as TG-GEN-F
9001 (MSN 75-2560) W/o 27 Apr 1943 at Anderson AAAF, AL 
9005 (MSN 75-2564) W/o 4 May 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
9006 (MSN 75-2565) W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Marianna, FL 
41-9011 ... 41-9245
Boeing B-17E Fortress
MSN 2483/2717
9011 delivered Minneapolis Mar 11, 1i942, assigned to 19th  BG Hawaii, transferred to 64th BS, 43rd BG
(64th BS, 43rd BG) shot down by J1N1-S night fighter over St Georges
Channel, New Britain May 21, 1943.  Crew KIA.  
9012 delivered to Minneapolis Mar 11, 1942, assigned to 19 BG Hickam, Hawaii Apr 1942; transferred to 43BG late Apr 1942.
Wo May 22, 1942.
9013 assigned to 97BG/341BS Mar 1942; made a courier trip to North, Africa Dec 18, 1942; transferred to 92BG/327BS at
Bovington Aug 27, 1943; transferred to 482BG at Alconbury Aug 27, 1943; transferred to 94BG Bury St. 
Edmunds (Rougham) Nov 10, 1943; RETUS to 4136 BU  Tinker May 22, 1944; reclaimed for scrap Feb 9, 1944.
9014 (19th BG) destroyed on ground at Batchelor Field, N.T. Australia Aug 12, 1942.
9015 delivered to Minneapolis May 11, 1942; assigned to 19BG at Hickam, Hawaii May 6, 1942; transferred to 43BG Jun 1942. 
WO Feb 19, 1943.
9016 (68th RG, 16th RS) crashed in early hours of Dec 6, 1943 in Peni mountain near Mediterranean Sea at
NE of Spain between Roses Bay and Breus Cape due to weather and probable 
navigation error.  All 12 onboard killed.  MACR 1414 lists the serial number
as 41-9106
9017 (97th BG, 414th BS, "Heidi Ho") flown on first 8th AF bombing raid Aug 17, 1942.  Transferred to 306th BG at
Grafton Underwood Nov 6, 1942.  Transferred to 92nd BG at Bovington Dec 6, 1942.
(385th BG, 549th BS) damaged in ground accident at Great Ashfield, England Sep 3, 1943.  Salvaged May 20, 1945
with 482nd BG at Alconbury.
9018 (92nd BG, 327th BS) shot down by Lt Walter Meyer in Fw 190A-4 of
JG 26/7 and crashed into English Channel Oct 9, 1942.  MACR 15218.
5 KIA, 3 POW, 1 evaded
9019 (414th BS, 97th BG, transferred to 327th BS, 92nd BG, "Little Skunkface") scrapped Aug 21, 1945.
9020 on Apr 18, 1943 became target tug ship for 303rd BG as "Phyllis"
aka "Tugboat Annie".  Crash landed at Molesworth, England Jul 23, 1944
9021 ("The Big Bitch") assigned to the 97BG/414BS Mar 1942 and flown on first 8AF mission Aug 17, 1942; 
transferred to 390BG at Framlingham Jun 27, 1942, renamed ("Hangar Queen"); transferred to 92BG/327BS at 
Bovington Aug 24, 1942; transferred to AFSC at Boving Oct 9, 1942.  W/o May 31, 1945.
9022 (97th BG, "Alabama Exterminator II") crashed on a rocky beach in Greenland Jun 27, 1942
9023 (414th BS, 97th BG, *Yankee Doodle*) carried General Ira Eaker on 8th AF's first operational
mission, a raid on Rouen Aug 17, 1942.  Transferred to 92nd BG at Bovington Aug 25, 1942.  Transferred
to 91st BG, 323nd BS at Vassingbourn Mar 30, 1943.  Scrapped  in UK Jul 26, 1945.  
9024 (97th BG) crashed on landing at Grafton Underwood, England
Aug 1, 1942.  Brakes failed while landing and overshot airfield
onto road and struck truck, killing the driver.  SOC for
spares recovery.
9025 (457th BG) salvaged Jun 2, 1945.
9026 (97nd BG, 342nd BS, "Baby Doll") flew on the first 8th AF heavy bomber mission to the Rouen/Sotteville
marshalling yards on Aug 17, 1942.  Aircraft was transferred to 92nd BG, 327th BS, at Bovington Aug 25, 1942
Shot down by Obfw Willy Roth in Fw 190A-3 of JG 26/4 over English Channel 20 km NW of Le Treport,
France Sep 6, 1942.  MACR 16489 issued after the war to document the loss.  9 KIA.
9027 deliverd to McDill Mar 16, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Mar 30, 1942; assigned to HQ Squadron 
Glen at Tangiers (date not recorded); crashed Oct 8, 1943.
9028 delivered to McDill Mar 17, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Mar 30, 1942. WO Jun 30, 1943.
9029 delivered to McDill Mar 11, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Mar 30, 1942. WO Nov 21, 1945.
9030 ("Big Punk") assigned to 97BG/414BS Mar 1942 and flown on first 8AF mission Aug 17, 1942; 
transferred to 305BG at Chelveston Nov 1943; transferred to 27ATG (date not recorded); transferred to 3 SAD at 
Watton (date not recorded). WO May 25, 1945.
9031 delivered to McDill 18-Mar 18, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Mar 30, 1942. Crashed 40m NW of Mandvi, India
Apr 26, 1942, w/o Aug 7, 1943.
9032 *My Gal Sal* crash-landed in Greenland June 27, 1942 on way to 
England.  Crew rescued, but aircraft abandoned.  Recovered from icecap in August 1995 and sent to Tillamook
Air Museum, Oregon for restoration.  Purchased by Bob Ready of Ultimate Sacrifice Memorial, Cincinnatti, 
OH for ultimate display.  Donated in 2012 to the WW 2 museum in 
New Orleans where it is suspended from the ceiling as if in flight.
9033 delivered to Sebring Mar 21, 1942; transferred to Pyote Apr 18, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Apr 19, 1942. 
WO Jul 5, 1944.  Also listed as W/o 21 Oct 1942 at Lorient, France; repaired (?); wfu 13 Nov 1945
9034 delivered to Sebring Mar 21, 1942, assigned to 3017 BU Hobbs Oct 11, 1942; reclaimed for scrap Nov 13, 1945.
9035 delivered to Sebring Mar 20, 1942; transferred to 4136 BU Tinker (date not recorded); reclaimed for 
scrap Jun 7, 1946.
9036 (40th BG, 44th BS) w/o near Fraijanes, Guatemala Sep 28, 1942
9037 delivered to Palm Beach Mar 23, 1942; transferred to 6th AF in Panama Jun 6, 1942; transferred to Puerto 
Rico Jun 8, 1942; transferred to Guatemala Sep 4, 1942; transferred to SAD Dec 11, 1942; transferred to Guatemala 
Feb 8,1943.  W/o 22 Feb 1943 at Beta, Guatamala, WO Oct 15, 1943.
9038 delivered to Palm Beach Mar 22, 1942; assigned  6th AF Panama Apr 7, 1942; transferred to Guatemala Sep 4, 1942; transferred 
to Panama Oct 16, 1942; transferred to Guatemala Oct 20, 1943.  Damaged in taxi accident 6 Jan 1943 at Galapagos AB, 
Galapagos Islands, WO Jan 7, 1944.
9039 delivered to Palm Beach Mar 20, 1942; assigned to 44th BS Panama Apr 7, 1942; transferred to Guatemala Jul 3, 1942; 
crashed off of the Galapagos Islands Jan 6, 1943, 2 lost at sea (pilot and co-pilot).  Also listed as
W/o 3 Dec 1942 at Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone 
9040 delivered to Palm Beach Mar 22, 1942; assigned to 6th AF Panama Jul 4, 1942; transferred to 6th BG Guatemala Jun 15, 1942; 
transferred to SD Jul 17, 1942; transferred to Guatemala Jul 31, 1942; RETUS to San Antonio Nov 5, 1942; 
transferred to Guatemala Nov 19, 1942.  Landing accident 4 Jan 1943 at Galapagos AB, Galapagos Islands, WO Jan 5, 1943.
9041 delivered to Palm Beach Mar 22, 1942; assigned to 6th AF Panama Jun 14, 1942; transferred to Guatemala Jul 6, 1942; 
RETUS Aug 9, 1945; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Sep 4, 1945.
9042 ("The Berlin Sleeper" 97th BG, 34th BS) at Polebook Mar 1942, flown on first 8th AF mission Aug 17, 1942; 
transferred (92nd BG, 325th BS) at Bovington Sep 1942; transferred ("Ridge Runner" 303rd BG, 359th BS) at 
Molesworth; transferred to Honington  RG Apr 22, 1943; transferred to 403 AD RG Langd Lodge May 6, 1943; 
transferred to AFSC at Bovington Jul 26, 1943. WO May 20, 1945.
9043 ("Peggy D." 97th BG, 342nd BS) Polebrook Mar 1942, was flown on first 8AF mission Aug 17, 1942; transferred to (92nd BG)  
Bovington Sep 1942; transferred to ("Little Rock-ette" 381st BG, 534th BS) Ridgewell and became the base hack. 
Was used to collect bodies from the Isle of Man tradgedy Apr 25, 1944; Transferred to RFC and sold for
scrap at Altus Oct 29, 1945..
9044 (92nd BG) crashed at Chivenor, England Feb 11, 1943
9045 (*Stinky*) forced to crash-land at the Nursery Field at Mellows Agricultural College,
Athenry, Ireland Jan 15, 1943. Plane was dismantled and returned to USAAF at Langford
Lodge AB in Northern Ireland.  The forced landing in neutral Ireland (due to 
navigational errors) could have been very embarrassing as the aircraft was 
carrying Lt Gen Jacob Devers and his staff who were on a fact-finding tour of the ETO!
The Irish authorities should, by international law, have interned them;
instead, they were treated to an impromptu banquet and were transported to the
border with Northern Ireland!
9046 delivered to McDill Mar 26, 1943; transferred to West Palm Beach Apr 19, 1942; assigned to 6th AF Panama 
Apr 21, 1942; sustained a crashlanding at Belem, British Honduras during a violent thuderstorm killing 
two natives, Apr 24, 1942, repaired; RETUS to Westover Jun 28, 1942; transferred to Ogden Jul 24, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover Sep 5, 1943; Salvaged (date not in record).
9047 delivered to McDill Mar 26, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Apr 19, 1942; assigned to 5th AF at New 
Britian Apr 27, 1942; RETUS 4124 BU at Altus Dec 4, 1943; transferred to 2114 BU Lockburn Aug 14, 1944; 
transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Nov 9, 1947.
9048 delivered to Sebring Mar 26, 1942; transferred to MAD Jun 15, 1942; transferred to Hendircks Mar 19, 1943; transferred 
to Williams Jan 14, 1944; transferred to La Hunta Apr 6, 1944; WO Sep 19, 1944; transferred to 
RFC and sold for scrap at Walnut Ridge Dec 7, 1945.
9049 delivered to Sebring Mar 26, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Sep 18, 1942; transferred to McDill May 2, 1943; 
transferred to Hendricks as TB-17 (No. 1) May 10, 1943; WO Jul 19, 1944.
9050 delivered to Sebring Mar 26, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Jul 7, 1943. WO Jul 7, 1944.
9051 (482nd BG, 813rd BS) crashed into SW side of Skiddaw Mountain
in England Sep 14, 1943 on navigational training mission.  All 10
aboard killed.
9052 delivered to McDill 97th BG Mar 25, 1942; transferred to Cheyenne May 5, 1942; transferred to Sarasota Jun 3, 1942; \
transferred to Wendover Jun 26, 1942; transferred to Muroc Jul 29, 1942; transferred to Ogden Aug 16, 1942; 
transferred to Kodiak, Alaska Jan 31, 1943; RETUS Dec 20, 1944; transferred to RFC and sold for
scrap at Bush Field Jun 7, 1945
9053 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Mar 27, 1942; crashed one mile south of Briggs, Idaho Apr 4, 1942, crew killed, 
cause unknown.
9054 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Mar 28, 1942; transferred to Lowry May 29, 1942; transferred to Hamilton 
Jun 7, 1942; assigned to 7AF Hawaii Jun 8, 1942; RETUS Rome, NY Jul 18, 1945; reclaimed for scrap Aug 14, 1945.
9055 ("Nippon Miss") delivered to Boise 303rd BG Feb 28, 1942; transferred to Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; transferred to 
Muroc Jul 3, 1942; transferred to Geiger Sep 2, 1942; transferred to Rapid City Oct 1, 1942; crashed at 
Rapid City Oct 17, 1942. Salvaged.
9056 delivered to Bosie 303rd BG Mar 28, 1943; transferred to Lowry May 29, 1942; transferred to Hamilton 
Jun 7, 1942, assigned to 7AF Hawaii Jun 9, 1942. WO Jun 15, 1944.
9057 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Mar 27, 1942; transferred to Alamgordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Great Falls 
Aug 27, 1942; transferred to Biggs Sep 3, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Oct 2, 1942; transferred to 
Boise Jan 25, 1943; transferred  Hill Feb 2, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Mar 11, 1943; transferred to 
RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Sep 14, 1945.
9058 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Mar 30, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 8, 1942; transferred to 
Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Aug 3, 1942; transferred to Biggs Nov 5, 1942; transferred 
to Wendover Dec 9, 1942; transferred to Tinker Feb 27, 1943; transferred to Lockburn Mar 10, 1943; 
transferred to Patterson Oct 23, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
9059 delivered to Boise Mar 29, 1942; transferred to Lowry May 29, 1942; assigned to 7AF Hawaii Jun 7, 1942. 
WO Jun 11, 1945.
9060 delivered to Boise Mar 26, 1942; transferred to Lowry May 29, 1942; assigned to 7AF Hawaii Jun 7, 1942. 
WO 3Oct 31, 1944.
9061 delivered to Wright Field Feb 3, 1942; transferred to Eglin May 17, 1942; transferred to Wright Jun 3, 1942; 
transferred to Phillips Jun 21, 1942; transferred to Tinker Sep 19, 1942; transferred to Patterson 
Feb 19, 1943; transferred to RFC and sold for scrap at Altus Dec 20, 1945.
9062 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Mar 30, 1942; transferred to Wendover May 23, 1942; assigned to 11AF at 
Bronze Jun 5, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 11, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942; transferred 
to Oklahoma City Dec 5, 1942; transferred to Boise Dec 31, 1942. W/o 15 Feb 1943 at Gowen Field, ID, WO Feb 18, 1943.
9063 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 1, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Harlingen 
Aug 5, 1942; transferred to Las Vegas Aug 25, 1942- transferred to Harlingen Sep 27, 1942, transferred to 
Memphis Oct 9, 1942; transferred to Las Vegas Dec 15, 1942; crashed on takeoff at Los Angeles 
Apr 13, 1943; salvaged Apr 20, 1943.
9064 forcelanded at Goose Bay, Labrador May 5, 1943
9065 delivered to Gieger 301st BG May 30, 1943; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; 
transferred to Long Beach Sep 1, 1942; transferred to Ft. McAndrew Sep 19, 42; transferred to Presque Isle 
Jan 31, 1943; transferred to Cherry Point Jul 26, 1943; transferred to RFC at Ontario Oct 12, 1945.
9066 delivered to Gieger 301st BG Apr 2, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 20, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Aug 25, 1942; transferred to 
Topeka Sep 3, 1942; transferred to Chanute Dec 18, 1942; reclaimed for scrap 19-Mar 19, 1945.
9067 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 3, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Lowry Aug 19, 1942; tranferred to Boise Sep 19, 1942; transferred to 
Oklahoma City Dec 18, 1942; transferred to Owen Dec 5, 1943; assigned to 2137 BU at Hendricks 
Mar 31, 1943; WO Jul 7, 1944; reclaimed for scrap Jan 3, 1946.
9068 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 3, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to New Castle Sep 1, 1942; transferred to Presque Isle Apr 20, 1943; transferred 
to Mitchell Jun 8, 1943; transferred to Cherry Point Jul 26, 1943; transferred to Lakeland Sep 30, 1944; 
transferred to Hillsboro Oct 31, 1944; transferred to Red Bluff Feb 22, 1945; assigned to 461 BU at 
Seymour Aug 30, 1945; transferred to RFC at Ontario 31-Oct-45.
9069 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 3, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 16, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to 
Sebring Sep 2, 1942; transferred to Tarrant Field Jun 22, 1943; transferred to Hendricks Jul 26, 1943. 
WO at Hendricks Field, FL Oct 23, 1943.
9070 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 1, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to 
Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Las Vegas Jul 26, 1942; transferred to Roswell Jun 6, 1943; transferred 
to Lockburn Jul 19, 1943; transferred to RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
9071 delivered Geiger 301st BG apr 5, 1942, Lowry Jun 1, 1942.  Assigned to 542nd BS, 11th BG at Hickam Field
Jun 10, 1942.  (422nd BS) shot down over Rendova Island 9/6/1942 after running fight with Japanese H5K2 Mavis flying
boat.  All on board killed.  MACR 16202.  W/o 23 Apr 1943 at Famoso AAAF, CA 
9072 delivered to Boise 303rd BG May 4, 1942; transferrred to Geiger May 26, 1942; assigned to 11AF at Kodiak, 
Alaska Jun 3, 1942; transferred to Umnak Jun 4, 1942; RETUS to New Castle Apr 29, 1943; transferred to 
Gore Aug 21, 1943; transferred to Wilmington Sep 16, 1943; transferred to Reno Jun 30, 1944; transferred 
to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.
9073 delivered to Boise 303rd BG 359th BS Apr 10, 1942; transferred to Presque Isle May 31, 1942; transferred to 
Houlton Jun 20, 1942; sustained a crashlanding when undercarriage was retracted Aug 27, 1942, no injuries. 
WO Dec 4, 1942.
9074 delivered to Boise 303rd BG 359th BS Apr 10, 1942; transferred to Presque Isle May 31, 1942; slated to 
transfer to 94th BG but sent to 97th BG 340th BS at Polebrook, UK Jul 28, 1942; transferred to 303rd BG at 
Molesworth, UK Jul 28, 1942; salvaged with battle damage sustained from AA fire during attack on docks at 
Rotterdam, Holland Sep 7, 1942.
9075 delivered to Boise 303rd BG 4-Apr 4, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City May 17, 1942; transferred to 
Ephrata Jun 17, 1942; assigned to 305th BG at Muroc Aug 17, 1942; transferred to Biggs Sep 11, 1942; 
transferred to Rapid City Dec 3, 1942; transferred to Oklahoma City Feb 24, 1943; transferred to 
Pueblo Sep 1, 1943; transferred to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 5, 1945.
9076 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Apr 6, 1942; transferred to Lowry May 29, 1942; assigned to 7AF Hawaii Jun 9, 1942. 
WO Jun 15, 1944.
9077 delivered to Geiger 310st BG Apr 6, 1942; transferred to Alamogordao Jun 18, 1942; transferred to 
Westover Jul 2, 1942; W/o 25 Jul 1942 at Duncan Field, TX; repaired (?), transferred to Tyndall Aug 14, 1942 transferred to Sebring Sep 20, 1942; transferred 
to Eglin Nov 16, 1942; transferred to Las Vegas Dec 27, 1942; transferred to McClellan Feb 17, 1943. 
WO Nov 24, 1943. Reclaimed for scrap Jan 3, 1946.
9078 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Apr 4, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City May 17, 1942; transferred to 
Ephrata Jun 4, 1942; transferred to Muroc Jul 21, 1942; transferred to Geiger Sep 2, 1942; assigned to 
1174 Pilot Training Squadron at Lockburn Feb 22, 1943; W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Lockbourne AAF, OH ; repaired (?); 
transferred to RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
9079 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 5, 1942; transferred to Muroc May 30, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo 
Jun 19, 1942; transferred to Biggs Aug 19, 1942; transferred to Boise Sep 15, 1942; W/o 29 Dec 1942 at Gowen Field, ID; repaired (?);
transferred to Hendricks Mar 23, 1943; assigned to 3017 BU at Hobbs Jan 27, 1943; transferred to RFC at Albuquerque 25-Jun-45.
9080 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 6, 1942; assigned to 11AF at Bronze Jun 5, 1942; transferred to Kodiak 
Jul 11, 1942; transferred to Gore Mar 14, 1943; transferred to New Castle Apr 6, 1942; transferred to 
Olmstead May 17, 1943; transferred to Wilmington Aug 30, 1943; transferred to RFC at Bush Field Jun 19, 1945.
9081 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 6, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to New Castle Sep 1, 1942; transferred to Mitchell Jun 6, 1943; transferred to 
Cherry Point Jun 27, 1942; transferred to Selfridge Oct 6, 1943; transferred to RFC at Altus Aug 2, 1945.
9082 delivered to Geiger 301st BG 419th BS; transferred to 97th BG at Polebrook, UK Jul 27, 1942.   Was used by Field 
Marshal Montgomery in Africa at times; there is a photo of the aircraft with Spitfires of 417 Sqn. RCAF in Tunisia 
sometime after April 17, 1943, having been transferred from Twelfth AF.  Transferred to 92nd BG at Bovington, 
UK and used as a training aircraft at Combat Crew Replacement Center (CCRC) there.  41-9082 MAY have been 
part of the Brererton Detachment that saw service with the Halpro Project (B-24), forerunner of the 376th
BG in Palestine.  WO Jun 22, 1945
9083 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Apr 7, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City May 17, 1942; transferrd to Geiger 
Jun 24, 1942; assigned to 305th BG at Muroc Jul 5, 1942; transferred to Biggs Jul 11, 1942; crashed 
Nov 4, 1942, 3 killed, aircraft burned.  Salvaged.
9084 (36th BS) missing after attacking Japanese warship Jun 4, 1942
9085  97BG 340BS "Jarrin' Jenny" First USAAF B-17 to arrive in the UK at Prestwick, Scotland, Jul 1, 1942. 
Transferred to the 92BG CCRC, Bovington, UK in Sep-42.  Salvaged Jul 26, 1945.
9086 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Apr 7, 1942; transferred to Alamogorodo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Sebring Sep 6, 1942; transferred to Yuma Oct 31, 1942; transferred to 
RFC at Albuquerque Jun 12, 1945.
9087 found intact in British Columbia, Canada.  Delivered Boise 303rd BG Apr 7, 1942, Based at Del Boise 303 BG Apr 10, 1942;
to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942, to Westover Jul 2, 1942; Wendover Jul 27, 1942; Walla Walla Aug 18, 1942; Boise Sep 5, 1942  
W/o 21 Aug 1942 at Burns, OR; repaired (?); w/o 4 Jan 1943 in Canada
9088 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 8, 1942; transferred to Alamogorodo Jun 18, 1942; transferred  Westover Jul 2, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover Jul 10, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Aug 18, 1942; crashed on take off 
Sep 25, 1942, repaired. WO Jan 4, 1943.
9089 (97BG 414BS "Johnny Reb") participated in the first 8AF raid on marshalling yards at Rouen/Sotteville, France on 17-Aug-42. 
Carried the first heavy bomber KIA in 8AF, co-pilot in raid on shipyards at Rotterdam, Holland 21-Aug-42. 
Transferred to 92BG CCRC, Bovington, UK, Aug 24, 1942, then transferred again to 96BG ???BS, 
Grafton Underwood, UK Apr 16, 1943 aud used as target tug. Salvaged in UK Nov 27, 1945.
9090 (MSN 2562) ditched in fjord off Narssarssuaq, Greenland Jun 27, 1942.  Now in 1500 feet of water, possibly will be recovered.
It was assigned the civil registry of N3142U in the hopes that
it would be recovered.  There was an attempted recovery Jul 1999
but not located.  As of Jan 2006 registration was being cancelled.
9091 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 8, 1942; transferred to Muroc May 29, 1942transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; 
transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 20, 1942; transferred to Biggs 19-Aug 19, 1942; 
crashed in a thunderstorm at Las Cruces, NM Aug 24, 1942, 7 killed including one enlisted man.
9092 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 8, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; 
transferred to Wendover Jul 10, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Sebring Sep 11, 1942; 
transferred to Lockburn Jan 15, 1943; W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Lockbourne AAB, OH; repaired (?), transferred to Las Vegas Oct 17, 1943. transferred to RFC at 
Albuquerque May 26, 1945.
9093 delivered to Geiger 301st BG Apr 8, 1942; transferred to Lowry May 31, 1942; assigned 5th BG 72nd BS ("Spook!") at Hawaii
Jun 7, 1942; RETUS 2138 BU at Tyndall Dec 27, 1942; transferred to Kingman 22-Oct 22, 1944; transferred to 
RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
9094 collided in midair with 41-2586 over Aleutian Islands Feb 21, 1943 but was able to land safely. Repaired and returned
to service.    
9095 (92nd BG) shot down by Fw 190s near Flasselles Sep 6, 1942 during mission to Rouen.
9096 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Apr 10, 1942; transferred to Wendover May 13, 1942; transferred to Ogden Jun 17, 1942; 
transferred to Westover Aug 11, 1942; transferred to Sebring Sep 3, 1942; assigned to 2137 BU at Hendricks 
Apr 17, 1943; transferred to Tarrent Jul 8, 1943; assigned to Materiel Command at Wright Jul 17, 1943. 
WO Jul 25, 1944.
9097 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Apr 16, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Apr 17, 1942; transferred to Bomber 
Command Great Britain May 9, 1942; transferred to India; removed from RAF inventory Jun 30, 1943.
9098 (97th BG) crashed on Craig Berwyn, Cadair Berwyn, Wales Aug 11, 1942 while
on flight from Polebrook to Burtonwood.  All 11 onboard killed.
9099 delivered to Sarasota 97th BG Apr 12, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Apr 22, 1942; originally slated for 
Bomber Command in Great Britain on May 9, 1942 but assigned to 5AF at Sumac instead on Jun 26, 1942; 
RETUS Mines Field Feb 28, 1944; transfered to RFC Searcy Field Aug 7, 1945.  
Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
9100 "Birmingham Blitzkrieg", 97th BG, 414th BS, flown on first 8th AF mission in Europe in Aug 17, 1942.
Aircraft was transferred to 92nd BG at Bovington Aug 24, 1942; transferred to Combat Crew Replacement 
Center (CCRC) at Bovington; transferred to 379th BG, 525th BS at Kimbolton and used as a formation 
aircraft during assembly for target; transfered to the RAF at Clunto 8-Feb-44. Salvaged Jun 18, 1945 in the UK.
9101 abandoned in Greenland after wheels-up landing on ice cap Jul 15, 1942.
9102 delivered to McDill 97th BG Apr 13, 1942; transferred to Bangor Jun 26, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 15, 1942; 
transferred to Biggs Aug 19, 1942; transferred to Topeka Sep 25, 1942; transferred to Oklahoma City 
Nov 20, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Apr 1, 1943; transferred to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945.
9103 ("Dixie Demo", 97th BG, 414th BS) flown on first 8th AF heavy bomber mission to the Rouen/Sotteville marshalling yards 
on Aug 17, 1942.. Aircraft was transferred to 92nd BG at Bovington on Aug 24, 1942, transferred to 91st BG 
at Bassingbourn on Mar 3, 1943; returned to the US (RETUS) 23-Jun-44; transferred to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
and sold for scrap.
9104 delivered to McDill 97th BG Apr 13, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Apr 19, 1942; originally slated for 
Bomber Command in Great Britain on May 8, 1942 but cancelled. WO Nov 30, 1943.
9105 abandoned in Greenland after wheels up landing on ice cap Jul 15, 1942.  Was found to be torn apart by ice
movement when visited under the ice in 1990.
9106 crashlanded at Genger, Newfoundland Apr 4, 1944
9107 (97th BG, 390th BG, 92nd BG, 91st BG, 401st BG (613th BS), 390th BG, 398th BG).  Salvaged Aug 2, 1945.
9108 delivered to Sarasota 97th BG 342nd BS; transferred to Presque Isle May 31, 1942; crashed in Greennd en-route to UK 
Jun 28, 1942. Crew RTD.
9109 delivered to Sarasota 97th BG Apr 18, 1942; transferred to West Palm Beach Apr 17, 1942; originally slated for 
Bomber Command in Great Britain on May 26, 1942, but was assigned instead  to 10AF DAUB on Sep 13, 1942; 
assigned to 12AF 11-Jan 11, 1943; assigned to AF Sep 30, 1944; RETUS Grenier Oct 18, 1944; transferred to 
RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 10, 1945.
9110 delivered to SAAD Apr 24, 1942; transferred to Langley May 20, 1942; transferred to Olmstead Feb 1, 1943; 
transferred to Lowry Feb 28, 1943; transfererd to Presque Isle Mar 20, 1943; transferred to Mitchell 
Jun 8, 1943; transferred to Westover Sep 28, 1943; transferred to Roswell Jan 8, 1944. WO Sep 14, 1944. 
transferred to RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945.
9111 deliverd to Sarasota 97h BG Apr 15, 1942; transferrred to McDill Jun 24, 1942, hit when parked by 41-2628, 
repaired; transferred to Smyrna Nov 21, 1942; transferred to Lockburn Jan 22, 1943; transferred to Las 
Vegas Oct 17, 1943; transferred to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 5, 1945.
9112 ("The Dreamboat") delivered to Geiger, 301st BG, 419th BS Apr 10, 1942; experimental armaments installed at Bovington, UK. 
never involved in combat; RETUS Feb 14, 1943 for "Project Reed". RFC at Kingman Oct 7, 1946.
9113 delivered to Sarasota, 97th BG Apr 18, 1942; burnt out at the base May 9, 1942. Salvaged.
9114 delivered to Sarasota, 97th BG, 341st BS Apr 18, 1942; transferred to 92nd BG, Bovington, UK, Sep 1942; 
transferred to CCRC (Combat Crew Replacement Center), Bovington, UK, Feb 14, 1943 and made a courier trip 
to North Africa on that date. Salvaged in UK Nov 9, 1944.
9115 (97th BG) crashed in attempted forced landing at Berners Heath, England Aug 15, 1942
9116 delivered to Geiger, 301st BG Apr 18, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to 
Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 17, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Aug 18, 1942; 
transferrd to Oklahoma City Nov 24, 1942; transferred to Smyrna Feb 25, 1943; transferred to Lockburn 
Mar 30, 1943; transferred to Las Vegas Oct 17, 1943; RFC at Albuquerque Jul 5, 1945.
9117 delivered to Geiger, 301st BG Apr 18, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Rapid City Oct 1, 1942; transferred to Pocatello Nov 6, 1942; transferred to 
Ogden Dec 20, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Feb 19, 1943; WO Nov 20, 1943.
9118 (72nd BS, 5th BG) lost Oct 4, 1942, Solomons.  MACR 801
9119 assigned to 301st BG, 419th BS, Chelveston, UK Apr 18, 1942, transferred to 97th BG, Polebrook, UK, Aug 1942; 
transferred to 92nd BG Bovington, UK, Sep 1942; transferred to CCRC, Bovington, UK, Jan 1943; 
RETUS 10-May-44; RFC at Altus 11-Sep-45.
9120 delivered to SAAD Apr 23, 1942; transferred to Langley May 20, 1942; transferred to Olmstead Mar 1, 1943; transferred 
to Presque Isle Apr 6, 1943; transferred to Mitchell Jun 8, 1943; transferred to Cherry Point Jul 12, 1943; 
transferred to Brownsville Aug 16, 1943; transferred to Kelly Sep 21, 1943; transferred to Greenwood 
Nov 7, 1943; To RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 18, 1945.
9121 (*The Big Bitch*) assigned to 303rd BG, 359th BS at Molesworth, UK, Apr 21, 1942; transferred to 97th BG 
Polebrook, UK, Aug 1942; transferred to 92nd BG Bovington, UK, Sep 1942; transferred to CCRC, Bovington, 
UK, Jan 1943; Salvaged in UK May 29, 1945.
9122 delivered to 303rd BG Boise Apr 21, 1942; transferred to Lowry Mar 21, 1942; assigned to 11th BG, 72nd 
BS Hawaii Jun 9, 1942 named (*Eager Beavers*); transferred to 13th AF Sep 1, 1942; WO Jun 15, 1944.
9123 delivered to 303rd BG Bosie Apr 20, 1942; transferred to Wendover May 25, 1942; transferred to Ephrata 
Jun 4, 1942; transferred to Westover Aug 5, 1942; transferred to Sebring Sep 9, 1942; WO Mar 17, 1944.
9124 delivered to 303rd BG Bosie Apr 20, 1942; transferred to Lowry May 29, 1942; assigned to 11th BG, 98th BS, 
Hawaii, named (*Buzz King*) Jun 7, 1942; transferred to 5th BG, 31st BS; bombed on Henderson Field 
by "Washing Machine Charlie" Mar 23, 1943. Salvaged.
9125 (97th BG, 342nd BS, "Prowler") flew on the first 8th AF heavy bomber mission to the Rouen/Sotteville marshalling 
yards on Aug 17, 1942. Aircraft was used to make courier flights to North Africa in support of Operation 
TORCH, transferred to 92nd BG Combat Crew Replacement Center at Alconbury 25-Aug-42 and used as a target 
towing aircraft. W/o 4 May 1943 at Alconbury, UK; repaired; Salvaged in the UK after the cessation of hostilities.
9126 delivered Boise 303rd BG Apr 21, 1942, Geiger May 29, 1942, assigned to 28th BG, 36th BS at Lodiak
Jul 11, 1942.  (36th BS) lost Aug 28, 1942
9127 delivered to Boise 303rd BG Apr 21, 1942; transferred to Presque Isle May 24, 1942; overshot the field at Houlton, ME 
Jun 30, 1942; repiared but stayed in the US; transferred to Boise Sep 4, 1942; transferred to Rapid City 
Oct 1, 1942; transferred to Smyrna Feb 28, 1943; transferred to 2110 BU Lockburn Sep 6, 1942; transferred 
to 3021 BU Las Vegas Oct 17, 1942. RFC at Albuquerque Jul 5, 1945.
9128 (72nd BS, 5th BG) shot down by enemy night fighter during raid on Kahili airfield, Bougainville Jul 27, 1943.  
MACR 182.  All crew lost.
9129 (303rd BG, 359th BS, Molesworth, Apr 21, 1942); was slated for 388th BG but transferred to 97th BG, Polebrook, 
Aug 1942; transfered to 92nd BG 327th BS, Bovington, Sep 1942; transferred to 305th BG, Grafton 
Underwood, Nov 6, 1942; transferred to 96th BG, Snetterton, Aug 11, 1943. Salvaged Jun 22, 1945.
9130 delivered to 303rd BG, Boise Apr 21, 1942; transferred to Salt Lake City, May 12, 1942; transferred to 
Wendover, Aug 9, 1942; transferred to Biggs, Nov 25, 1942, made an emergency crashlanding with major 
damage and was salvaged Nov 25, 1942.
9131 delivered to SAAD Apr 25, 1942; transferred to Langley, May 25, 1942; transferred to Olmstead, Feb 18, 1943; 
transferred to Langley, Mar 5, 1943; transferred to Mitchell, Jun 6, 1943; transferred to Cherry Point
Jul 7, 1943; transferred to 1 MPC at Culver, Jan 1, 1944.
9132 (303rd BG, 359th BS, then to 97th BG, then 29 92nd BG, CCRC) salvaged Mar 3, 1943.  Also listed
as with 100th BG, 418th BS and crashed on takeoff at Burtonwood, UK Jul 24, 1943.
9133 delivered to SAAD Apr 26, 1942; transferred to Westover, May 27, 1942; transferred to Olmstead, Feb 18, 1943; 
transferred to Mitchell, Jun 8, 1943; transferred to Tinker, Jul 9, 1943; transferred to Robins 
Dec 20, 1943; transferred to Patterson, Feb 21, 1944; transferred to Cincinnati, Jul 11, 1944; RFC 
at Altus, Aug 29, 1945.
9134 delivered to SAAD Apr 25, 19142; transferred to Langley, May 26, 1942; transferred to Mitchell, Jun 26, 1942; 
transferred to Olmstead, Feb 1, 1943; transferred to Presque Isle, Mar 19, 1943; transferred to Mitchell 
Jun 6, 1943; transferred to Cherry Point, Jul 4, 1943; transferred to Chanute, Sept 16, 1943; RFC at Altus, 
Oct 9, 1945.
9135 to RAF as FK205.  SOC Mar 11, 1947
9136 to RAF as FK204.  Abandoned by crew after fuel exhaustion near 
Acklington, UK Aug 11, 1942.
9137  delivered to 29th BG McDill, May 1, 1942; transferred to Boise Jun 21, 1942; transferred to 
Ogden Jul 6, 1942; transferred to 19th BG at Oklahoma City, Dec 14, 1942; transferred to Pyote Jan 11, 1943; 
WO May 4, 1943.
9138 to RAF as FK202.  Crashed into sea SW of Terceira Oct 25, 1943.
9139 delivered to 29th BG, McDill May 1, 1942; transferred to Lawson May 11, 1942; transferred to Sarasota 
Jun 23, 1942; transferrred to Boise, Aug 3, 1942; assigend to 11th AF at Kodiak, Alaska, Feb 4, 1943; 
transferred to Memphis, Jun 15, 1943; W/o 15 Aug 1943 at Memphis, TN; repaired (?); w/o 10 Jun 1944, WO Jun 10, 1944. 
Reclaimed for scrap, Mar 13, 1946.
9140 delivered to 29th BG, McDill May 1, 1942; assigned to 11th AF at Bronze Jun 5, 1942; transferred to 
Bango Jun 28, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Aug 2, 1942; transferred to Great Falls Sep 24, 1942; 
transferred to Elmendorf, Alaska Sep 26, 1942; transferred to Buckley Feb 15, 1943; W/o 29 Apr 1944 at Gander, Newfoundland; 
repaired (?); wfu 14 Sep 1945 at RFC Walnut Ridge, AR 
9141 delivered to 301st BG, Geiger May 1, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Aug 12, 1942; transferred to Boise Oct 26, 1942, transferred 
to Lockburn Apr 4, 1943; transferred to Las Vegas Oct 17, 1943; RFC at Albuquerque, Jul 5, 1945.
9142 to RCAF as 9205.  Delivered to RCAF Dec 15, 1943.  Purchased for use by No. 168 Heavy Transport Squadron, Rockcliffe, for mail
flights to Europe and North Africa.   Extensive damage 23 January 1944, in mid air collision with Wellington, between Prestwick and 
Gibraltar, losing 2 engines. Damage to nose, wings, and tail. Mail jettisoned, returned to the UK.  Gear up landing on 19 November 
1944 at Rockcliffe.   Damaged at Azores, 6 April 1945.   Carried penicillin to Warsaw November 1945. SOC 27 December 1946.
To Argentina as LV-RTP.  Scrapped in 1964.
9143 delivered to 303rd BG, Boise May 4, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transfered to 
Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Pocatello, Nov 6, 1942; To RFC at Altus, Oct 29, 1945.
9144 delerered to Tucson May 2, 1942; transferred to Alamogordao Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; 
transferred to Alamogordo Aug 7, 1942; transferred to Biggs Nov 28, 1942; transferred to Oklahoma City, 
Dec 11, 1942; transferred to Pueblo Jan 4, 1943; WO Apr 30, 1943.
9145 delivered to 301st BG, Geiger, May 1; transferred to Lowry May 31, 1942; assigned to 7th AF at Hickham, Hawaii 
Jun 7, 1942; transferred to 13th AF at Poppy, Jul 22, 1942. W/O Oct 31,1944.
9146 delivered to 301st BG, Geiger May 1, 1942; assigned to 11th AF at Bronze Jun 6, 1942; transferred to Fort Glen, 
Alaska Jun 19, 1942. W/O at Umnak Jul 18, 1942.
9147 delivered to SAAD Apr 28, 1942; transferred to Langley May 27, 1942; transferred to Olmstead Febr 1, 1943; 
transferred to Presque Isle Mar 19, 1943; transferred to Mitchell Jun 9, 1943; transferred to Cherry Point
Jul 9, 1943; W/o 2 Jan 1944 at Langley Field, VA; repaired (?)W/O Sep 14, 1944.
9148 deliverd to 303rd BG, 359th BS at Boise Apr 25, 1942; transferred to 97th BG at Polebrook, UK Aug 1942; 
transferred to 92nd BG at Bovington, UK Aug 1942 named "Boomerang"; transferred to 306th BG, 369th BS at 
Thurleigh as a target-towing aircraft on May 1, 1943; salvaged in the UK on June 22, 1945.
9149 delivered to 301st BG, Geiger Apr 30, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 15, 1942; transferred to 
Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Aug 18, 1942; transferred to Biggs Nov 7, 1942; transferred 
to Oklahoma City Dec 7, 1942; transferred to Boise Aug 1, 1943; tranasferred to 2137th BU Hendricks 
Aug 18, 1943; transferred to 335th BU at Del Marbry November 20, 1943; Reclaimed for scrap August 3, 1945.
9150 delivered to 301sr BG, Geiger Apr 29, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Wendover Nov 30, 1942; assigned to 19th BG at Peyote Jan 21, 1943; transferred 
to Hendicks Jun 28, 1943; RFC at Albuquerque, Jun 9, 1945.
9151 shot down by Japanese fighters during mission to Shortland Harbor Feb 1, 1943.
9152 delivered to 301st BG, Geiger Apr 28, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to Westover 
Jul 8, 1942; transferred to Tucson Aug 24, 1942; transferred to March Sep 4, 1942; transferred to Boise 
Oct 14, 1942; transferred to Pocatello Nov 6, 1942; transferred to Gowen Feb 6, 1943; transferred to 
Hendricks Mar 25, 1943; W/o 22 Apr 1943 at Hendricks Field, FL W/O Apr 29, 1943.
9153 delivered Geiger 301st BG Apr 29, 1942, Lowry May 31, 1942.  Assigned to 431st BS, 11th BG at Hickam
Field Jun 7, 1942.  Transferred to 23rd BS, 5th BG Espirito Santo Jul 22, 1942.
(5th BG, 23rd BS, "Tokyo Taxi") shot down by Japanese J1N1 Irving nightfighter near Kahili,
Solomons Jul 19, 1943.  MACR 87.  9 crew and 1 passenger KIA.
9154 delivered to 301st BG, 419th BS at Geiger Apr 28, 1942; assigned to 97th BG at Polebrook, UK Aug 1942; 
assigned to 92nd BG, 327th BS at Bovington, UK Sep 1942 and named "The Bat Outta Hell", used as a 
target-towing aircraft; W/O Jun 26, 1944 at Podington, UK.
9155 delivered to 301sr BG, Geiger Apr 30, 1942; transferred to Lowry May 31, 1942; assigned to the 7th AF, 11th BG, 42nd BS 
at Hickham AB, Hawaii Jun 7, 1942; transferred to 13th AF at Poppy Jul 22, 1942; W/O Jun 15, 1944.
9156 delivered to 301st BG at Geiger Apr 30, 1942; transferred to Lowry May 31, 1942; assigned to 7th AF at Hickham
AB, Hawaii Jun 7, 1942; transferred to 13th AAF at Poppy Jul 22, 1942; transferred to 7th AF at Hickham AB, 
Hawaii Jan 10, 1943; transferred to 13th AF at Poppy May 4, 1943, named "Uncle Biff". W/O at Oahu, Jun 11, 1945.
9157 delivered to SAAD May 2, 1942; transferred to Langley AB May 25, 1942; transferred to Olmstead AB Feb 17, 1943; 
assigned to 19th AF at Occident Apr 29, 1943; transferred to Mitchell Jun 8, 1943; assigned to 204th BU at 
Smokey Hill Jun 13, 1943; assigned to 244th BU at Harvard Jul 28, 1943; assigned to 610th BU at Eglin
Dec 22, 1943; reclaimed for scrap Oct 31, 1945.
9158 delivered to SAAD May 2, 1942; transferred to Langley May, 27, 1942; transferred to Olmstead Feb 4, 1943; 
transferred to Presque Isle Mar 19, 1943; transferred to Mitchell  Jun 8, 1943; transferred to Cherry Point 
Jul 5, 1943; assigned to 246th BU at Pratt Jul 25, 1943; assigned to 3705th BU at Lowry Oct 26, 1943; 
W/O December 21, 1944 and reclaimed for scrap on Oct 2, 1945.
9159 delivered to 301st BG at Geiger Apr 30, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Jun 18, 1942; transferred to 
Westover Jul 2, 1942; transferred to Ogden Aug 10, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla Sep 3, 1942; 
transferred to Boise Nov 3, 1942; crashed at Spence Field on January 10, 1943 after sustaining a mid-air 
collision with anohter aircraft. W/O March 7, 1943.
9160 delivered to SAAD May 2, 1942; transferred to Mitchell Jun 29, 1942; transferred to Langley Jul 1, 1942; 
transferred to Bolling Dec 6, 1942; transferred to Olmstead Feb 18, 1943; transferred to Wilmington 
Jun 16, 1943; transferred to Mitchell Jul 4, 1943; To RFC at Ontario Apr 11, 1945.
9161 (330th BG, 459th BS)  crashed on training mission 6 mi SE of
Magdalena, NM Oct 15, 1942.  All aboard killed.
9162 delivered to McDill, 29th BG May 11, 1942; transferred to Westover Jun 28, 1942; transferred to Bangor, 
Jul 14, 1942; transferred to Ogden Aug 28, 1942; assigned to 11th AF, Elmendorf Sep 24, 1942; 
transferred to March Jun 29, 1943; transferred to Long Beach Jul 14, 1943; To RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 7, 1945.
9163 delivered to Wright May 2, 1942; transferred to Patterson May 5, 1942; transferred to Boca Raton Dec 31, 1942; 
transferred to Wright Apr 29, 1943; transferred to Eglin Sep 15, 1943; transferred to Minneapolis Jun 17, 1943; 
transferred to Ft. Dix Dec 2, 1943; transferred to Boca Raton May 22, 1944; To RFC at Altus Feb 29, 1945.
9164 delivered to Sebring May 4, 1942; wrecked at Hendricks in ground loop into concrete mixer Jun 1, 1942; 
WO Dec 12, 1942.
9165 delivered to Sebring May 4, 1942; transferred to MAAD May 15, 1942; transferred to Sebring July 13, 1942; 
transferred to 2137 BU Hendricks Nov 29, 1942; to RFC at Albuquerque, Jun 16, 1945.
9166 delivered to Sebring May 4, 1942; transferred to Hendricks May 27, 1942; transferred to Hobbs Nov 16, 1943; 
To RFC at Albuquerque Oct 9, 1945.
9167 delivered to Sebring May 4, 1942; wrecked 50 miles south of Appalahicola, FL May 12, 1942, repaired; 
transferred to Hendricks Nov 11, 1942; assigned to 3017 BU Hobbs Dec 3, 1943; To RFC at Albuquerque Jun 16, 1945.
9168 delivered to Sebring May 5, 1942, W/o 4 Feb 1943 at Hendricks AAF, FL; repaired (?); transferred to Amarillo Mar 17, 1943; 
transferred to Brookley Jun 28, 1943; transferred to Hendricks, July 12, 1943; To RFC at Albuquerque, June 16, 1945.
9169 delivered to 451st Advanced Flying Group at Sebring May 5, 1942; transferred to Love Field May 29, 1942; 
W/o 2 Mar 1943 at Hendricks AAF, FL, also listed as assigned to 2137 BU at Hendricks Jun 8 1943; WO Jul 5, 1944; 
reclaimed for scrap Mar 13, 1946.
9170 delivered to McDill, 29th BG, May 7, 1942; transferred to Bangor Jun 26, 1942; transferred to Muroc 
July 29, 1942; transferred to Geiger Sep 1, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo Oct 2, 1942; transferred to 
Boise Nov 7, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Feb 25, 1943; W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Hendricks Field, FL, WO Jun 14, 1944.
9171 delivered to Sebring, May 5 1942; W/o 4 Jun 1944 at Hendricks Field, FL, WO Jun 14, 1944.
9172 delivered to McDill, 19th BG, May 5, 1942; tranferred to Bangor Jun 29, 1942; transferred to Walla Walla 
Aug 2, 1942; crashlanded at Redmond, OR, Aug 15, 1942. Salvaged Sep 9, 1942.
9173 delivered to Sebring May 5, 1942; transferred to Hendricks May 16, 1942; overshot the runway at Morgantown, WV, 
Dec 21, 1942 because of gusty wind. WO Nov 18, 1943.
9174 (92nd BG, 326th BS) crashed on takeoff at Bovingdon, UK Jun 24, 1943
9175 (92BG ???BS) first 8AF B-17 to crashland in the UK at Manston, UK after a 
raid on shipyards at Ateliers-et-Chantiers, France 24-Aug-42. Transferred to 92BG CCRC, Bovington, UK, 
Sep-42. Salvaged 6-Oct-44.
9176 delivered to 29th BG, McDill May 14,1942; crashed into Sarsota Bay, FL Jun 12, 1942.
9177 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 7, 1942; transferred to Muroc May 16, 1942; transferred to Alamogordo 
Jun 18, 1942; transferred to SAAD July 12, 1942; assigned to 19AF at Occident Aug 9, 1942; transferred 
to Frot McAndrew, Sep 19, 1942; wrecked at Sidney, Nova Scotia Nov 11, 1942. Salvaged.
9178 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 8, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; WO Aug 26, 1942.
9179 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 11, 1942; transferred to Lockburn May 12, 1943; W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Lockbourne AAB, OH; repaired (?); 
wfu 9 Oct 1945 at RFC Altus, OK 
9180 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 9, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 10, 1942; Reclaimed for scrap 
Nov 29, 1945.
9181 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 9, 1942; transferred to Westover July 2, 1942; damaged when parked 
at Patterson Oct 8, 1942 by B-17 41-24582, repaired. WO Jan 22, 1943.
9182 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 9, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Mar 30, 1942; To RFC at Albuquerque 
Oct 9, 1945.
9183 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 9, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; To RFC at Albuquerque Jul 5, 1945.
9184 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 11, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; To RFC at Albuquerque Jul 5, 1945.
9185 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 11, 1942; assigned to 305th BG at Muroc, Jul 5, 1942; To RFC Albuquerque 
Jun 15, 1945.
9186 delivered to 34th BG, Pendelton May 11, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 2, 1942; crashed on takeoff 
at Rapid City Oct 9, 1942. W/O Jan 30, 1943.
9187 delivered to 92nd BG, McDill May 12, 1942; transferred to Lockburn Mar 18, 1943; W/o 30 Dec 1943 at Chanute Field, IL 
W/O Jan 21, 1944.
9188 delivered to 92nd BG, McDill May 12, 1942; transferred to Westover Jul 14, 1942;  
W/O August 26, 1942.  
9189 delivered to 92nd BG, McDill May 11, 1942; transferred to Wendover Jul 15, 1942; W/o 18 Oct 1944 at Courtland AAF, AL; repaired (?)
To RFC at Bush Field May 22, 1945.
9190 delivered to 92nd BG, McDill May 11, 1942; assigned to 306th BG, 369th BS at Wendover July 15, 1942; 
To RFC at Albuquerque, May 26, 1945.
9191 delivered to 92nd BG, McDill May 12, 1942; transferred to Hendricks Jun 24, 1942; To RFC at Albuquerque Jun 12, 1945.
9192 in midair collision and crashed near Columbus, OH Feb 2, 1945.
9193 delivered to Lowry May 18, 1942; assigned to 5th AF at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 7, 1942; WO May 26, 1943.
9194 crashed into hill at Port Moresby Dec 2, 1942.
9195 to RAF as FK203.  SOC Dec 22, 1945.
9196 (19th BG) shot down over Rabaul Oct 5, 1942.
9197 to RAF as FL458.  SOC Jun 14, 1945.
9198 to RAF as FK208.  Crashed in sea while landing at Gibraltar Nov 29, 1943.
Freeman has it crashing at Ballykelly, Northern Ireland Aug 1942.
9199 to RAF as FK211. SOC Jul 31, 1947.
9200 to RAF as FK210. SOC Mar 11, 1943.  Freeman has it ditching off
Azores Dec 21, 1943.
9201 to RAF as FL460.  Soc Jun 13, 1945.  Freeman has it crashing at
Nutts Corner, Northern Ireland Aug 1942.
9202 to RAF as FK206. Crashed into sea after takeoff from Lagens Dec 4, 1943.
Freem says it crashed at Gibraltar Nov 30, 1943.
9203 to RAF as FK209.  Missing on patrol Mar 23, 1943
9204 to RAF as FK207. Dove into ground near Nutts Corner, Northern
Ireland Aug 10, 1942.  Freeman says it was SOC Mar 11, 1945.
9205 at Del Cheyenne May 24, 1942; assigned 11th AF Kodiak 
Jun 2, 1942; ditched Lake Bennett, Carcross, Yukon 
Territory, pilot was Irwin K. McWilliams, Oct 16, 1943 
9206 delivered to Lowry May 19 1942; assigned to 5th AF at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 7, 1942; made a forced 
landing in New Guinea, Sep 24, 1942. Salvaged.
9207 crashed on top of Hong Kong Mountain Apr 12, 1943.  Four crew survived, but were 
executed by Japanese.
9208 delivered to Lowry May 20 1942; assigned to 19th BG at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 7, 1942; W/o 22 Jun 1942 at Canton Island; 
repaired (?); crashed on takeoff at Port Moresby, Australia Sep 19, 1942. Salvaged.
9209 (64th BS, *Blues In The Night*) crashed on takeoff at 
7-Mile Airfield, Port Moresby, New Guinea Apr 12, 1943.
9210 sold on civilian market as N5842N.  To University of Minnesota 1946-1952.  Sold to Canadian firm as CF-ICB.  
Back to US as N9720F.  Sold to Bolivian airline Lloyd Aero Boliviano as CP-753.  Crashed at La Paz,
Bolivia 1976.  Sat derelict at La Paz airfield until 1990 when recovered by Don Whittington
Of World Jet of Fort Lauderdale, FL.  Returned to USA as N8WJ.  Flown in September 1998 to Moses
Lake, WA and transferred to the Flying Heritage Museum of Bellevue, WA.  Re-registered as N12355
in August 1999.  Currently under restoration.
9211 delivered to Cheyenne May 22, 1942; assigned to 11th BG, 98th BS at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 11, 1942, named "Typhoon McGoon"; 
flew a mission over Guadalcanal Jan 1943; RETUS at Orlando and assigned to 901st BU Dec 14, 1945. Final fate 
not in available record, probably sold for scrap in early 1946.
9212 delivered to Cheyenne May 22, 1942, assigned to 7th AF at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 3, 1942; WO Aug 8, 1942.
9213 delivered to Cheyenne, May 22, 1942; assigned to 11th BG, 42nd BS at Hickham, Hawaii, June 3 1942, 
named "Jap Basher"; MIA Gudalcanal Sep 24, 1942. No MACR issued.  W/o 31 Jul 1944 at NAS Honolulu, HI
9214 (11th BG) ditched Mar 20, 1943 near Russell Island SWPAC
9215 deliverd to Cheyenne May 22, 1942; assigned to 11th BG, 98th BS at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 3, 1942; transferred 
to 13th AF (Poppy); July 22, 1942, named "Gallopin' Gus"; WO June 15, 1944.
9216 (11th BG, 43rd BS) ditched Mar 20, 1943, Russell Is SWPA
9217 crashlanded at Noumea-Tontouta, French New Caledonia Oct 27, 1943.
9218 (26th BS) lost Aug 4, 1942 in raid on Guadalcanal.  All crew killed.
9219 delivered to Cheyenne May 23, 1942; assigned to 7th AF at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 5, 1942; transferred to 
13th AF (Poppy) July 22, 1942, named "Hellzapoppin"; WO June 15, 1944.
9220 delivered to Cheyenne May 26, 1942; assigned to 7th AF at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 5, 1942; transferred to 
13th AF (Poppy), July 22, 1942; WO June 15, 1944.
9221 delivered to Cheyenne May 26, 1942; assigned to 11th BG, 42nd BS at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 4, 1942; transferred 
to 13th AF (Poppy) July 22, 1942; MIA Aug 6, 1942.
9222 delivered to Cheyenne, May 23, 1942; assigned to 7th AF at Hickham, Hawaii, June 6, 1942; RETUS October 21 1943; RFC at Altus October 4, 1945.
9224 (11th BG, 98th BS) MIA Aug 7, 1942 off New Caledonia.  Crew of 9 MIA.  MACR 16436 (issued 1948)
9225 to RAF as FL455.  Flew into ground in cloud near Wick, Scotland Feb 1, 1945.
9226 delivered to Cheyenne May 23, 1942; assigned to 7th AF at Hickham, Hawaii Jun 6, 1942; transferred to 
13th AF (Poppy) July 22, 1942; WO September 11, 1942.
9227 delivered to Cheyenne May 23, 1942; assigned to 11th BG at Hickham, Hawaii June 6, 1942 transferred to 
43rd BG in July 1942, named "Yankee Doodle Jr." crashed into the Pacific while on a liquor ride 
Dec 31, 1944.
9228 to RAF as FL453.  Missing on patrol Dec 14, 1942.
9229 to RAF as FL457.  SOC Mar 11, 1947.
9230 to RAF as FL456.  SOC Jan 25, 1946.
9231 to RAF as FL451.  Overshot landing at Aldergrove, Northern Ireland
Aug 29, 1941 ?? . SOC.
9232 to RAF as FK213.  SOC Mar 11, 1947.
9233 delivered to Cheyenne Apr 1, 1942; sent back to Boeing Aircraft Jun 9, 1942; WO October 9 1943; sent to 
3098th BU at Burbank Jan 31, 1944; reclaimed for scrap Jan 29, 1946.
9234 (43rd BG, 65th BS) crashed near Wau, Papua New Guinea Jan 8, 1943
after being hit by AAA while bombing a convoy escort off Lae.  Wreck still intact. This plane
was intended to be a Lend-Lease Fortress IIA for RAF Coastal Command and the plane has RAF serial 
number of FL461 and RAF roundels painted over with USAF insignia for service in the 
Pacific.  The USAAF insignia have worn off by exposure to the elements over the years, exposing 
the RAF insignia underneath.
9235 (19th BG) ditched off Cooktown Sep 29, 1942.
9236 to RAF as FL463.  SOC Jul 31, 1947.
9237 to RAF as FK212.  Missing on patrol Jun 14, 1943.
9238 to RAF as FL464.  SOC Dec 22, 1945.
9239 to RAF as FL462.  Hit trees during overshoot at Gosport, UK Jan 22, 1945.  SOC.
9240 to RAF as FL450.  SOC Sep 23, 1946.
9241 to RAF as FL459.  SOC Dec 22,1 945.
9242 to RAF as FL452.  SOC Mar 11, 1947.
9243 to RAF as FL449.  SOC Jul 31, 1947.
9244 (43th BG, 63rd BS, *Honikuu Okole*) shot down by Japanese J1N1 night fighter 
over Gazelle Peninsula May 21, 1943.  MACR 2459
9245 to RAF as FL454.  Stalled and crashed into sea off Benbecula, Scotland
Oct 6, 1942.
41-9246 ... 41-9436
Beechcraft AT-10-BH
MSN 672/862
9250 (MSN 676) W/o 11 Aug 1943 at George Field, IL 
9252 (MSN 678) W/o 4 Jun 1943 at Bemis AAAF, GA 
9255 (MSN 681) W/o 17 Nov 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
9258 (MSN 684) W/o 4 Nov 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
9259 (MSN 685) W/o 17 Dec 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
9262 (MSN 688) W/o 5 Mar 1943 at Ellington Field, TX 
9265 (MSN 691) W/o 6 Aug 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
9267 (MSN 693) W/o 15 Jan 1943 at New River AAAF, GA 
9270 (MSN 696) W/o 24 Nov 1942 at Adel, GA 
9276 (MSN 702) W/o 21 Nov 1943 at Arkadelphia, AR 
9277 (MSN 703) W/o 4 Feb 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
9278 (MSN 704) W/o 29 Nov 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
9281 (MSN 707) W/o 13 Mar 1943 at Navasota, TX
9282 (MSN 708) W/o 7 Jan 1943 at Pampa, TX 
9284 (MSN 710) W/o 16 Jan 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
9288 (MSN 714) W/o 29 Mar 1944 at Preston AAAF, TX 
9290 (MSN 716) W/o 9 Nov 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
9294 (MSN 720) W/o 3 May 1944 at Bemis AAAF, GA 
9295 (MSN 721) W/o 27 Sep 1944 at Tuskegee AAF. AL 
9297 (MSN 723) W/o 11 Jan 1943 at Maxwell Field, AL 
9300 (MSN 726) W/o 12 Sep 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
9301 (MSN 727) W/o 20 Jul 1943 at Marion Field, TX 
9302 (MSN 728) W/o 15 Feb 1945 at Blackland AAF, TX 
9305 (MSN 731) W/o 19 Dec 1943 at Ellington Field, TX 
9306 (MSN 732) W/o 29 Jan 1944 at George Field, IL 
9309 (MSN 735) W/o 28 Oct 1942 at Helotes, TX 
9312 (MSN 738) W/o 8 Sep 1943 at Blackland AAF, TX 
9314 (MSN 740) W/o 12 Jul 1943 at Bemis AAAF, GA
9319 (MSN 745) W/o 1 Feb 1943 at Pampa, TX 
9320 (MSN 746) W/o 25 Nov 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
9325 (MSN 751) W/o 9 May 1944 at Steele AAAF, MO
9326 (MSN 752) W/o 15 May 1944 in Gulf of Mexico off Piney Pt, FL 
9327 (MSN 753) W/o 23 Nov 1942 at Crockett, TX 
9329 (MSN 755) W/o 29 Sep 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
9330 (MSN 756) W/o 25 Sep 1942 at Moody Field, GA
9331 (MSN 757) W/o 2 Mar 1944 at Texas City, TX 
9333 (MSN 759) W/o 2 Sep 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
9335 (MSN 761) W/o 9 Jan 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
9336 (MSN 762) W/o 8 Apr 1943 at Turner AAF, GA 
9339 (MSN 765) W/o 23 Jan 1943 at Ellington Field, TX 
9340 (MSN 766) W/o 4 May 1943 at Seabrook, TX 
9342 (MSN 768) W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
9346 (MSN 772) W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Ellington Field, TX 
9354 (MSN 780) W/o 22 Oct 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
9355 (MSN 781) W/o 27 Jan 1943 at Richmond, TX 
9356 (MSN 782) W/o 6 Sep 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
9364 (MSN 790) W/o 2 Feb 1943 at Turner Field, Albany, GA 
9365 (MSN 791) W/o 19 Sep 1942 at Cherry Lake, FL 
9368 (MSN 794) W/o 29 Nov 1942 at Amarillo Field, TX 
9373 (MSN 799) W/o 22 Oct 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
9374 (MSN 800) W/o 28 Oct 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
9378 (MSN 804) W/o 17 Feb 1943 at Blountstown, FL 
9381 (MSN 807) W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Houston, TX 
9384 (MSN 810) W/o 1 Jun 1943 at Ceburne, TX 
9385 (MSN 811) W/o 18 Sep 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
9387 (MSN 813) W/o 11 Jul 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
9391 (MSN 817) W/o 10 Apr 1943 at Waco, TX 
9392 (MSN 818) W/o 25 May 1943 at Turner AAF, GA 
9394 (MSN 820) W/o 28 Mar 1943 at El Paso, TX 
9395 (MSN 821) W/o 2 Dec 1942 at Temple, TX 
9397 (MSN 823) W/o 23 Oct 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
9398 (MSN 824) W/o 27 Jan 1943 at Richmond, TX 
9403 (MSN 829) W/o 9 Nov 1942 at Kelly AAAF #3, TX 
9405 (MSN 831) W/o 1 Jun 1943 at Ellington Field, TX 
9408 (MSN 834) assigned to Ellington Field, TX w/o in after mid-air with AT-10 41-26260 causing a crash on Jan 3, 1943
9411 (MSN 837) W/o 18 Aug 1943 at Arabi, GA 
9412 (MSN 838) W/o 4 Jun 1943 at Blackland AAF, TX 
9413 (MSN 839) W/o 22 Mar 1944 at Pearland, TX 
9414 (MSN 840) W/o 27 Jan 1943 at Laketon AAAF, TX 
9415 (MSN 841) W/o 26 Sep 1944 at Warrenton, GA 
9416 (MSN 842) W/o 23 Oct 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
9417 (MSN 843) W/o 7 Nov 1944 at Blacklands AAF, TX 
9419 (MSN 845) W/o 6 Jun 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
9420 (MSN 846) W/o 7 Oct 1943 at Hammond Field, TX 
9421 (MSN 847) W/o 19 Oct 1942 at Waelder, TX 
9422 (MSN 848) W/o 16 Feb 1943 at Sylvester, GA 
9427 (MSN 853) W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Stewart Field, NY 
9429 (MSN 855) W/o 24 Jan 1943 at Preston AAAF, TX 
9430 (MSN 856) W/o 7 Sep 1943 at Blackland AAB 
9432 (MSN 858) W/o 9 Feb 1943 at Ellington Field, TX 
9433 (MSN 859) W/o 12 Nov 1943 at Ellington Field, TX 
9434 (MSN 860) W/o 1 Oct 1942 at Kelly Field, TX 
41-9437 ... 41-9586
Beech AT-11 Kansan
MSN 863/1012
9437 (MSN 863) damaged in landing accident with 57th SchSq Jun 23, 1942 at
Albuquerque AB, NM,  Next, attached to I64th BTS damaged in taxi accident
at San Angelo AAF, TX.  W/o 6 Mar 1944 at San Angelo AAF, TX
9438 (MSN 864) damaged in landing accident with structural failure at Albuquerque AB, NM Apr 28, 1942.
9439 (MSN 865) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11685 in 1952
9440 (MSN 866) damaged Apr 1944 and WFU
9441 (MSN 867) attached to 55th Sch Sq Albuquerque, NM in fatal incident Jun 22, 1942.
Next attached to 729th NTS at Selman Field, LA.  Damaged in takeoff ground
loop accident at Memphis, TN.  W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Memphis, TN 
9442 (MSN 868) damaged in takeoff accident at Albuquerque AB, NM with 55th Sch Sq.
Sep 8, 1942 damaged in engine out forced landing at Albuquerque AB, NM  Remanufactured as
C-45G 51-11835 in 1953.
9443 (MSN 869) to civil registry as N6271C
9444 (MSN 870) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10668 in 1953
9445 (MSN 871) W/o 25 Aug 1942 at Los Luna, NM; on display at Randolph AFB, TX
9446 (MSN 872) W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Groom, TX 
9447 (MSN 873) W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Carlsbad AAF, NM; repaired; wfu; to civil registry as N5061N, then N30Q.  
Crashed on takeoff at Orangeville, New York May 2, 1964.
9448 (MSN 874) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11561 in 1952
9449 (MSN 875) W/o 10 Mar 1942 at Albuquerque, NM; repaired; redes as T-11 on 11 Jun 1948;
Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11562 in 1952
9450 (MSN 876) to RFC in 1945.  To civil registry as NC52845, N52845, N320A.  Was with Confederate Air Force,
later renamed Commemorative Air Force.
9451 (MSN 877) to civil registry as N320A.  In restoration at Moriarty Airport, NM
9452 (MSN 878) W/o 25 Feb 1942 at Chilila AAB, NM 
9453 (MSN 879) W/o 22 Feb 1942 at Albuquerque AB, NM 
9454 (MSN 880) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10855 in 1954.
9455 (MSN 881) to civil registry as N57139. Crashed near McGrath, Alaska Sep 1, 1959, 8 killed.
9458 (MSN 884) W/o 19 Jun 1943 at Carlsbad AAF, NM 
9461 (MSN 887) W/o 17 Jul 1942 at La Joya, NM 
9462 (MSN 888) W/o 10 Oct 1942 at Biggs Field, TX; repaired (?); w/o 23 Dec 1944 at Ridgley, TN 
9463 (MSN 889) to civil registry as N4422H, N4422N.  Crashed during landing Barstow-Daggett, Californian Aug 14, 1960.
Went to other owners, registration cancelled in 1966.
9464 (MSN 890) to Turkish AF as 6811 May 15, 1948
9465 (MSN 891) to US Navy as SNB-2 67356
9466 (MSN 892) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10734 in 1954
9467 (MSN 893) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11711 in 1953.
9468 (MSN 894) to N57140.  AT-11 glass nose replaced by C-45 nose.  Nosed over on landing Fayetteville, Arkansas
Nov 27, 1964.
9470 (MSN 896) Redes as T-11 on 11 Jun 1948; (306 ABG HQ Sqn) crashed on takeoff at MacDill AFB, FL Jul 16, 1951.
w/o 26 Jul 1951 at MacDill AFB, FL
9471 (MSN 897) to Turkish AF as 6812 May 15, 1948
9472 (MSN 898) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11674 in 1952.
9474 (MSN 900) to N7179 in 1957. Still active
9475 (MSN 901) w/o Dec 5, 1943 at AAF Childress, TX.
9477 (MSN 903) to NC95498
9478 (MSN 904) W/o 8 Oct 1943 at Lake Helen, FL; repaired; wfu; to N6864C
9479 (MSN 905) in 1946 to civil registry as NC75180
9480 (MSN 906) W/o 23 May 1943 at Silver Lake, CA 
9481 (MSN 907) to CF-DXN.  Struck off registry Dec 3, 1968.
9483 (MSN 909) crashlanded 1 mi S of Rantoul, IL Jan 2, 1946.  Remanufactured by Beech as 52-10940 in 1954.
9484 (MSN 910) W/o 3 Apr 1943 at Midland, TX 
9486 (MSN 912) to civil registry as N6965C, later N900AM Sep 1978.
Then to N214CR.  Still airworthy as N214CR.  I saw this one at
Freedom Flight in Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.  In 2013 was based at Willow Pond Airport, Fayetteville, Georgia.,
complete with glass nose and blister on top of fuselage.
9487 (MSN 913) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10684 in 1954.
9488 (MSN 914) to Turkish AF as 6813 May 15, 1948
9489 (MSN 915) 
9490 (MSN 916) to N1385
9491 (MSN 917)
9492 (MSN 918) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10563 in 1953.
9493 (MSN 919) w/o in taxiing accident at Midland, TX Jan 13, 1943
9495 (MSN 921) to civil registry as N67291, currently revoked. Seen derelict at Tucson airport, Arizona.
9496 (MSN 922) W/o 21 Apr 1943 at Kirtland Field, NM 
9497 (MSN 923) W/o 30 Jan 1944 at Santa Barbara, CA 
9499 (MSN 925) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10750 in 1954
9500 (MSN 926) W/o 28 Nov 1942 at Bernalillo, NM 
9501 (MSN 927) W/o 28 Jul 1943 at Kirtland Field, NM 
9502 (MSN 928) W/o 5 Mar 1943 at Kirtland Field, NM  
9503 (MSN 929) to civil registry as N67641, C-GSNB, N88KD.  On display at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX 
9504 (MSN 930) remanufactured as TC-45G 51-11555 in 1952.
9505 (MSN 931) W/o 26 Apr 1943 at Belen, NM 
9506 (MSN 932) remanufactured as C-45G 51-11799 in 1953.
9507 (MSN 933) remanufactured as C-45G 51-11800 in 1953.
9508 (MSN 934) remanufactured as TC-45G 51-11563 in 1952.
9509 (MSN 935) W/o 25 Apr 1942 at Midland AFS, TX 
9510 (MSN 936) W/o 27 Apr 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
9511 (MSN 937) W/o 24 Aug 1944 at Carlsbad AAF, NM 
9512 (MSN 938) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11788 in 1953.
9513 (MSN 939) remanufactured by Beecn as C-45H 52-10691 in 1954.
9514 (MSN 940) remanufactured as C-45G 51-11716 in 1953.
9515 (MSN 941) to Turkish AF as 6814 May 15, 1948
9516 (MSN 942) remanufactured as TC-45G 51-11564 in 1952.
9517 (MSN 943) W/o 21 Aug 1944 at Shelby, NC 
9519 (MSN 945) W/o 22 Jul 1943 at Liberal AAF, KS 
9520 (MSN 946) To US Navy as SNB-2 67384; conv to SNB-4
9521 (MSN 947) W/o 4 Aug 1943 at Victorville AAF, CA; repaired; redes as T-11 on 11 Jun 1948; 					
Listed as being remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10654 in 1953
9523 (MSN 949) remanufactured as C-45G 51-11834 in 1953
9524 (MSN 950) remanufactured as C-45H 52-10757 in 1954.
9525 (MSN 951) to civil registry as N65434.  By 1980 was stored at Chino, CA for spares source
9526 (MSN 952) To US Navy as SNB-2 67376
9527 (MSN 953) To US Navy as SNB-2 67281
9528 (MSN 954) locked brakes on landing and nosed over on back Laredo AAF, TX, 3/11/1943.
9529 (MSN 955) (2346 AFRTC) ground looped on takeoff and w/o at George AFB, CA
Aug 17, 1950
9531 (MSN 957) to Turkish AF as 6815 May 15, 1948.  On display as 5-815 at Merzifon AB, Turkey.
9532 (MSN 958) crashlanded at Long Beach AAF, CA Feb 16, 1947
9533 (MSN 959) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10679 in 1954.
9535 (MSN 961) W/o 23 Mar 1942 at Midland, TX 
9536 (MSN 962) to N80224
9537 (MSN 963) to N61392.  Crashed on takeoff at North East Cape, Alaska Dec 18, 1960.  7 on board
were unhurt.
9538 (MSN 964) to N1203N
9539 (MSN 965) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11565 in 1952.
9541 (MSN 967) to N63456
9542 (MSN 968) to NC52933, N52933.  Crashed Freeport, Bahamas Feb 2, 1965.
9543 (MSN 969) to civil registry as N75547, currently revoked with Huron
Flying Service in Venezuela
9545 (MSN 971) W/o 12 Apr 1942 at Midland AFS, TX 
9546 (MSN 972) to civil registry as N4002A, N6970C, currently revoked.  Noted derelict at Stapleton Airport, Denver,
Colorad in 1971.
9547 (MSN 973) to N67083.
9548 (MSN 974) to N7189C
9549 (MSN 975) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10720 in 1954.
9550 (MSN 976) to Turkish AF as 6875 May 15, 1948
9552 (MSN 978) to NC52852,
9553 (MSN 979) to civil registry as N58761, Crashed on parachuting flight, Las Vegas, Nevada Mar 18, 1962.
Registration currently revoked.
9555 (MSN 981) to N61393.  Noted retired at Sanford, Florida Jul 1987.
9556 (MSN 982) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11721 in 1953.
9557 (MSN 983) to civil registry as N75595.  Gear retraced durign landing after parachute operatons,
Cynthiana, Kentucky Nov 19, 1967, regiatration currently revoked.
9559 (MSN 985) (88th BTS) landing gear collapsed during hard landing Kirtland Field, NM 3/10/1943.
To civil registry as N7014.
9560 (MSN 986) W/o 7 Aug 1943 at Midland, TX 
9562 (MSN 988) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11587 in 1952.
9563 (MSN 989) crashlanded at Barksdale Field, LA Oct 13, 1946
9565 (MSN 991) to NC50033, N51S
9566 (MSN 992) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11566 in 1952. 
9567 (MSN 993) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11712 in 1953.
9568 (MSN 994) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11717 in 1953.
9570 (MSN 996) W/o 21 May 1942 at Midland AFS, TX 
9571 (MSN 997) ground looped on landing and w/o at Midland, TX Jan 9, 1943.
9572 (MSN 998) to civil registry as NC75189, N75189, N985HB, still active
9573 (MSN 999) to civil registry as NC39675, CC-CLV, LV-FEV
9575 (MSN 1001) W/o 8 Jul 1942 at Midland AFS, TX 
9576 (MSN 1002) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11791 in 1953.
9577 (MSN 1003, 4122 AAFBU) crashlanded at Hensley Field, TX Dec 17, 1946
but repaired. To N6953C as 41-9577, cancelled Jul 6, 2012.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona
Also listed as going to US Navy as SNB-2 39213
9578 (MSN 1004) to PT-BDF
9579 (MSN 1005) attached to 522nd Sch Sq at Victorville AAF, CA damaged
when it was in a midair collision with AT-11 41-9581 10 mi SE of
Vivtorville AAF Jul 29, 1942.  To N56966, N29TC
9580 (MSN 1006) to N75587
9581 (MSN 1007) attached to 521st Sch Sq at Victorville AAF, CA w/o when it was
in a fatal midair collision with AT-11 41-9579 10 mi SE of 
Victorville,AAF Jul 29, 1942
9582 (MSN 1008) W/o 4 Aug 1943 at Victorville AAF, CA; repaired; wfu; to N6658C; to N111Y. Crashed on takeoff for 
agrigultural operations, Magnolia, Delaware Jul 27, 1967.
9583 (MSN 1009) to N65055, N120HD, N128ML
9584 (MSN 1010) to N66666 as fire tanker
9585 (MSN 1011) redesignated as T-11 Jun 11, 1948.  W/o Jun 11, 1951 at Chicago, IL.
Also listed (10th BS, 126th BG) remanufactured by Beech from AT-11 41-9585 in 1953
9586 (MSN 1012) attached to 3704th BU Keesler Field, MS damaged in landing accident Oct 31, 1945.
41-9587 ... 41-9979
Vultee BT-13A Valiant
Model 54
9592 W/o 25 Aug 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
9594 W/o 25 May 1943 at Waco AAF, TX 
9595 W/o 13 Sep 1942 at Big Springs, TX 
9596 W/o 27 Sep 1944 at Neuvo Laredo, Mexico
9599 W/o 26 Apr 1943 at Rosamond AAAF, CA; repaired (?); airworthy as N63884 owned by Janet McCullough
9603 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at War Eagle Field, CA 
9607 W/o 12 Jul 1943 at Gunter Field, AL 
9610 W/o 27 Feb 1944 at Harris AAAF, GA 
9613 W/o 9 Nov 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
9615 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Loganville, GA; repaired (?); Lend-Lease to Dominican Republic as 21, later 1202 in Aug 1944, WFU 1954
9618 W/o 2 Mar 1943 at Majors AAF, TX 
9620 W/o 15 Feb 1945 at Hollister, OK 
9623 W/o 15 Sep 1941 at Brady, TX 
9626 (MSN 1860) on civil registry as N69695.  In 2014 2as undergoing restoration at C&G Aviation at Leeward
Air Ranch, Ocala, Florida.
9634 (MSN 1868) W/o 2 Feb 1944 at Coalinga, CA 
9638 (MSN 1872) W/o 22 Nov 1943 at Perry AAAF, GA 
9639 (MSN 1873) W/o 22 Jul 1942 at Cochran Field,GA 
9641 (MSN 1875) W/o 26 May 1943 at Greenville, MS 
9642 spent 40 years outside in Newberry, OH with the Walter
Soplata collection.  Now owned by Dan Jones, serial
C-GSNV reserved for the plane
9643 (MSN 1877) W/o 7 Feb 1942 at Gunter Field, AL
9644 (MSN 1878) W/o 11 Apr 1942 at Jeffersonville, GA 
9647 (MSN 1881) W/o 5 Nov 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
9652 (MSN 1886) W/o 20 Jan 1945 at Voce, TX 
9659 (MSN 1893) W/o 12 Jul 1942 at Darwin, CA 
9665 (MSN 1899) W/o 8 Apr 1942 at Dunlap AAAF, CA  
9666 (MSN 1900) to CAA as NC330, then sold as N66696
9667 (MSN 1901) W/o 13 Jun 1942 at Cochran Field, GA 
9668 (MSN 1902) W/o 11 Jan 1944 at Bush Field, GA 
9669 (MSN 1903) W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Yawn AAAF 
9678 Lend-Lease to Mexico
9689 (MSN 1923) W/o 10 Feb 1943 at Mt Meigs AAAF, AL ; repaired (?); w/o 29 Mar 1943 at Elmore AAAF, AL
9690 (MSN 1924) W/o 2 Jun 1944 at Cochran Field, Macon, GA 
9692 (MSN 1926) W/o 11 Mar 1942 at Gunn Field, Belmont, GA 
9693 (MSN 1927) W/o 1 Jun 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA 
9695 (MSN 1929) W/o 17 Jun 1944 at Faceville AAAF, GA 
9698 (MSN 1932) W/o 1 Dec 1942 at Denver City, TX 
9701 (MSN 1935) W/o 22 Jun 1944 at Minter Field, CA 
9706 (MSN 1940) W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ 
9709 (MSN 1943) W/o 12 May 1942 at Curtis Field, TX 
9714 (MSN 1948) W/o 23 Oct 1944 at Madill, OK 
9723 (MSN 1957) W/o 16 Jun 1944 at Leighton AAAF, AL 
9725 (MSN 1959) W/o 9 May 1944 at Labdersville, AL 
9730 (MSN 1964) W/o 16 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA  
9731 (MSN 1965) to CAA as NC269
9733 W/o 20 Jan 1943 at Gardner Field, CA 
9743 W/o 7 Feb 1944 at Wellington, TX 
9744 W/o 3 Apr 1942 at Curtis Field, TX 
9772 W/o 23 Feb 1943 at Fort Jackson Reservation, SC 
9773 W/o 9 Feb 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
9776 W/o 16 Nov 1943 at Cochran Field, GA 
9777 Converted to XBT-16
9779 W/o 29 May 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
9780 W/o 25 Feb 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
9781 W/o 27 Jul 1942 at Cochran Field, GA 
9783 W/o 18 Mar 1942 at Castic Lake, CA 
9788 W/o 20 Apr 1942 at Gardner Field, CA 
9796 W/o 30 Nov 1942 at Miles, TX 
9798 W/o 15 May 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
9801 W/o 5 Apr 1943 at Majors Field, TX 
9807 W/o 27 Jun 1942 at Cochran Field, GA 
9809 W/o 17 Aug 1944 at Wetumpka, AL 
9813 W/o 10 Mar 1944 at Merced, CA 
9822 W/o 22 Nov 1942 at Burnet, TX 
9825 W/o 14 Apr 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
9829 W/o 13 Feb 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
9831 W/o 20 Apr 1943 at Oates Aux Landing Field, TX 
9832 W/o 28 Jun 1943 at Cochran Field, GA 
9839 W/o 8 Mar 1943 at Donaldson AAAF 
9845 W/o 6 Oct 1944 at Lowry Field, CO 
9852 W/o 11 Feb 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
9863 W/o 13 Apr 1943 at Pecos, TX 
9867 W/o 5 May 1943 at Avra AAAF, AZ 
9869 W/o 18 Aug 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX 
9870 W/o 18 Oct 1944 at Gardner Field, CA 
9871 to civil registry as CB-54
9873 W/o 11 May 1943 at Broome Aux Landing Field, TX 
9875 W/o 4 Oct 1941 at Ashland, OR 
9876 W/o 7 Jan 1943 at Pecos, TX 
9877 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ 
9878 W/o 27 Nov 1942 at Madera AAF, AZ 
9879 W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ
9881 W/o 18 Aug 1942 at Gardner Field, CA 
9884 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ 
9886 W/o 2 Aug 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ
9888 W/o 20 Aug 1943 at Palmdale, CA 
9889 W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ 
9891 W/o 28 Mar 1942 at Lemore AFS, CA 
9898 W/o 16 Sep 1944 at Hicks Field, TX 
9905 W/o 29 Jul 1943 at Stockton, GA 
9907 W/o 14 Jan 1942 in Atlantic Ocean off Cape Charles, VA 
9909 W/o 20 Jul 1943 at Vivian, LA 
9912 W/o 13 Jan 1942 at Gunter Field, AL 
9915 W/o 30 Dec 1941 at Delano, CA 
9916 W/o 18 Apr 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ 
9918 W/o 13 Mar 1942 at Redrock Airport, AZ 
9924 W/o 13 Aug 1943 at Lost Hills, CA 
9928 W/o 17 Dec 1944 at Waco AAF, TX 
9933 W/o 13 Dec 1943 at Watt, TX 
9940 W/o 10 Apr 1942 at Perote, AL 
9967 W/o 16 Dec 1941 at Gunter Field, AL 
9969 W/o 24 Aug 1943 at Shaw Field, SC 
9975 W/o 28 Feb 1944 at Majors Field, TX 
9976 W/o 13 Mar 1944 at Broken Bow, OK 
41-9980 ... 41-10409
Vultee BT-15A
9986 W/o 10 Feb 1942 at Augusta, GA 
9987 W/o 12 Jan 1944 at Harris AAAF, GA 
9988 W/o 10 Aug 1943 at Bush Field, GA
9989 W/o 31 Mar 1942 at Bush Field, GA 
9990 W/o 16 Apr 1943 at Wrens, GA 
9991 W/o 18 Nov 1941 at McBean, GA
9992 W/o 25 Apr 1944 at Harris AAF, GA 
9995 W/o 27 Dec 1942 at Rosamond Dry Lake, CA 
10002 W/o 2 May 1942 at Chino, CA 
10004 W/o 10 Dec 1941 at Waynesboro, GA 
10006 W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Bush Field, GA
10007 W/o 9 May 1942 at Augusta, GA
10008 W/o 10 Jul 1941 at Kathwood, SC 
10011 W/o 21 Jan 1942 at Bush Field, GA 
10012 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Bush Field, GA
10014 W/o 5 Apr 1943 at Robins Field, GA 
10015 W/o 22 Jul 1943 at Midville, GA 
10021 W/o 22 Dec 1941 at Ontario, CA 
10027 W/o 26 Jan 1942 at Waynesboro, GA 
10030 W/o 10 Jul 1942 at Bush Field, Augusta, GA 
10037 W/o 28 Aug 1942 at Sardis, GA 
10039 W/o 9 Jul 1942 at Lavonia, GA
10043 W/o 5 Jan 1942 at Ontario, CA 
10045 W/o 19 Sep 1942 at Wrightwood, CA 
10046 W/o 6 Feb 1943 at War Eagle Field, CA 
10047 W/o 4 Aug 1943 at 17 Mi NE Deming, NM 
10052 W/o 14 Apr 1941 at San Angelo, TX 
10060 W/o 1 Jul 1943 at Kirtland Field, NM 
10063 W/o 27 Oct 1942 at King City, CA 
10064 W/o 2 Nov 1941 at Niles, CA 
10070 W/o 31 Oct 1944 at Garden City AAAF #1, KS 
10071 W/o 19 Dec 1943 at Carrier AAAF, OK 
10072 W/o 9 Jan 1942 at Curtis Field, TX 
10073 W/o 14 Apr 1941 at San Angelo, TX 
10075 W/o 20 Oct 1941 at Brady, TX 
10076 W/o 17 May 1942 at 45 miles from Kerrville, TX 
10078 W/o 1 Nov 1943 at Fairbanks, TX 
10085 W/o 6 Sep 1944 at Blythe AAF, CA 
10093 W/o 8 Feb 1942 at Bush Field, GA 
10095 W/o 10 Jul 1941 at Kathwood, SC 
10101 W/o 22 Jan 1943 at Kremlin, OK 
10102 W/o 3 Oct 1943 at Perry, OK 
10103 W/o 22 Feb 1943 at Drummond AAAF, OK 
10106 W/o 17 Oct 1941 at Brady, TX 
10107 W/o 4 May 1944 at Enid, OK 
10117 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Fullerton, CA 
10119 Lend-Lease to Brazil as GIA for Aviation Technical School.
10120 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Salt Plains AAAF, OK 
10122 W/o 17 Jan 1942 at 8 mi WSW of Curtis Field, TX 
10125 W/o 12 Jun 1941 at Curtis Field, TX 
10127 W/o 15 Dec 1943 at Waukomis, OK 
10129 W/o 24 Apr 1944 at 2 Mi SW Carrier, OK 
10136 W/o 29 Oct 1941 at Early Branch, SC 
10137 airworthy as N69605.  Saw this one at Freedom Flight in 
Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.
10145 W/o 18 May 1942 at Arlington AAAF, CA 
10146 W/o 7 Dec 1942 at Lancaster, CA 
10151 W/o 29 Dec 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
10152 W/o 14 Oct 1942 at Oalwood, OK 
10153 W/o 15 Feb 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
10155 W/o 10 Apr 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
10156 W/o 2 Oct 1942 at Fairmont, OK 
10157 W/o 6 Oct 1943 at Salt Plains AAAF, OK 
10158 W/o 18 Nov 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
10160 W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Bush Field, GA 
10167 W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Bush Field, GA 
10171 W/o 12 Nov 1942 at Ames, OK 
10172 W/o 20 Aug 1943 at Breckinridge AAAF, OK 
10175 W/o 8 Sep 1943 at Drummond AAAF, MO
10178 Lend-Lease to Brazil
10182 W/o 22 Sep 1941 at Los Gatos, CA 
10184 Lend-Lease to Brazil as GIA for Aviation Technical School
10186 W/o 28 Apr 1942 at Arvin, CA 
10187 W/o 23 Apr 1943 at Douglas AAAF #3, AZ
10190 W/o 15 Oct 1942 at War Eagle Field, CA
10193 W/o 23 Nov 1942 at War Eagle Field, CA 
10194 W/o 13 Oct 1942 at War Eagle Field, CA
10198 W/o 25 May 1943 at Huron AAAF, CA 
10200 W/o 27 Feb 1944 at Shaw Field, SC 
10201 W/o 20 Oct 1942 at Monoghan Field, SC 
10202 W/o 25 Mar 1942 at Ponder Field, OK 
10203 W/o 23 Jan 1942 at Shaw Field, SC.  Lend Lease to Brazil
10208 W/o 18 Feb 1942 at Monticello, KY 
10210 W/o 25 Nov 1942 at Enid AAF, OK 
10212 W/o 30 Dec 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
10215 W/o 25 Feb 1943 at Anthony, KS 
10218 W/o 8 Jan 1943 at Newcastle, OK 
10219 W/o 9 Mar 1943 at Guthrie, OK 
10220 W/o 27 Feb 1943 at Santa Maria, CA 
10221 (14th AAFFTD) wrecked Aug 19, 1942 in practice night landing
at Rosamond AAF, CA.  Pilot uninjured.
10224 W/o 2 Nov 1943 at Saticoy, CA 
10225 W/o 31 Jan 1943 at Richfield, UT 
10230 W/o 3 Jun 1943 at Washington, GA 
10234 W/o 8 Aug 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
10235 W/o 3 Apr 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
10236 W/o 3 Nov 1942 at Monaghan Field, SC 
10238 W/o 21 Jul 1943 at Lane, SC 
10239 W/o 22 Mar 1943 at Shaw Field, SC
10240 W/o 16 Nov 1942 at Biggs Field, TX 	
10243 (MSN 2640) to CAA as NC277
10244 W/o 16 Apr 1942 at Enid AFS, OK 
10246 W/o 29 Dec 1942 at Enid AFS, OK 
10254 W/o 17 Apr 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA 
10266 W/o 17 Sep 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
10269 W/o 21 Jun 1942 at Wadesboro, NC 
10270 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
10271 W/o 14 Apr 1944 at Dalton, GA
10275 W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Carrier AAAF, OK 
10276 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Enid AAF, Enid, OK
10279 W/o 23 Jul 1942 at Billville, OK 
10291 W/o 18 Nov 1943 at Cochran Field, GA 
10292 W/o 19 Jun 1942 at Bush Field, GA 
10299 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Kingstree, SC 
10301 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
10302 W/o 19 Jan 1942 at Dill, OK 
10308 W/o 3 Jul 1942 at Enid AAF, OK
10309 W/o 2 Feb 1942 at Enid AAF, OK 
10310 W/o 25 Nov 1942 at Stockton Field, CA 
10315 W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Glorieta, NM 
10316 W/o 10 Oct 1942 at Snowflake, AZ 
10324 W/o 11 May 1944 at Cochran Field, GA 
10325 W/o 9 Apr 1943 at 15 Mi SW Bush Field, GA 
10327 W/o 19 Nov 1942 at 20 mi SW of Bush Field, GA 
10330 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Salt Plains AAAF, OK 
10331 W/o 5 Apr 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
10333 to civil registry as CB-56
10336 W/o 8 May 1944 at Breckinridge AAAF,7 N, 10 E, Enid,OK 
10338 to civil registry as CB-59
10341 W/o 27 Feb 1944 at Visalia, CA 
10350 Lend-Lease to Brazil
10351/10409 Lend-Lease to Brazil
10351 To Brazil AF (?); w/o 22 May 1944 at Shaw Field, SC 
10353 To Brazil AF (?); w/o 24 Feb 1943 at Shaw Field, SC 
10354 To Brazil AF (?); w/o 9 Dec 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
10367 To Brazil AF (?);  w/o 19 Nov 1943 at Shaw Field, SC 
10373 (MSN 74A-3420) to Brazilian AF as 1072. Now at Museu Aeoespacial,
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
10414 W/o 5 Jun 1944 at Itta Bena, MS 
10419 W/o 24 Nov 1943 at Greenville AAF, MS 
10422 W/o 5 Oct 1944 at Lowry Field, Denver, CO 
10426 W/o 6 Mar 1944 at Minter Field, CA 
10428 W/o 28 Feb 1943 at Poso Field, CA 
10430 W/o 4 Feb 1944 at Oates AAAF, TX 
10435 W/o 23 Jul 1942 at Sherman, TX 
10436 W/o 17 Dec 1943 at Gibbons AAAF, TX 
10439 W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Coalgate, OK 
10443 W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Eastman, GA 
10444 W/o 18 Feb 1944 at Marshallville, GA 
10448 W/o 2 Oct 1942 at Greenville AFS, MS 
10450 W/o 9 Mar 1942 at Lemoore, CA 
10454 W/o 18 Sep 1942 at Huron AAAF, CA 
10456 W/o 10 May 1944 at Merced AAF, CA 
10458 airworthy - Saw this one at Freedom Flight in Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95. Was N450BT in 1973 and was N10458 
in Aug 1995.
10462 W/o 7 Apr 1942 at Callisburg, TX 
10465 W/o 14 Jan 1942 at Sherman, TX 
10471 W/o 22 Apr 1943 at Tallulah, LA 
10472 W/o 5 Jun 1942 at Greenville, MS 
10473 W/o 26 May 1943 at El Dorado, AR 
10474 W/o 2 Oct 1943 at Indianola AAAF, MS 
10476 W/o 22 Nov 1943 at Gunn Field, GA 
10478 W/o 29 Aug 1942 at Cochran Field, GA 
10479 W/o 24 Feb 1944 at Cochran Field, GA 
10480 W/o 4 Sep 1944 at Akron, NY 
10481 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Minter Field, CA 
10483 W/o 6 Mar 1942 at Minter Field, CA 
10484 W/o 12 Aug 1942 at Wasco Field, CA 
10485 W/o 28 May 1943 at Merced, CA
10491 W/o 18 Feb 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
10492 W/o 1 Dec 1942 at Miles, TX 
10496 W/o 24 May 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS 
10497 W/o 18 Jul 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
10498 W/o 12 Jun 1942 at Broome AAAF, TX 
10500 W/o 19 Jul 1942 at Greenville, MS 
10502 (MSN 2819) to civil registry as N68537.  Converted as Val replica for filming of
'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  
10504 (MSN 2821) W/o 15 Feb 1944 at Newark, AR 
10506 (MSN 2823) W/o 5 Jun 1942 at Greenville, MS 
10508 (MSN 2825) W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Greenville Mun AAAF, MS 
10511 (MSN 2828) to CAA as NC332
10512 (MSN 2829) W/o 5 Nov 1942 at Lemore AFS, CA 
10521 (MSN 2838) W/o 25 Feb 1943 at Robert Lee, TX 
10522 (MSN 2839) W/o 28 Jun 1943 at Mesa DeMayo, CO 
10526 (MSN 2843) W/o 15 Feb 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
10528 (MSN 2845) W/o 21 Feb 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
10529 (MSN 2846) W/o 13 Jul 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
10530 (MSN 2847) W/o 16 Jan 1944 at Monoghan AAAF, SC 
10532 (MSN 2849) W/o 30 Jul 1942 at 7 mi NE of Shaw Field, SC 
10535 (MSN 2852) W/o 25 Apr 1942 at Georgetown, SC 
10537 (MSN 2854) W/o 18 Jan 1943 at Shaw Field, SC 
10538 (MSN 2855) W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Bush Field, GA 
10544 (MSN 2861) W/o 17 Apr 1944 at Merced, CA 
10546 (MSN 2863) to CAA as NC317
10553 (MSN 2870) W/o 7 May 1942 at Perrin Field, TX
10555 (MSN 2872) W/o 24 Jan 1942 at Willis, OK 
10556 (MSN 2873) W/o 16 Oct 1942 at Fife, TX 
10561 (MSN 2878) W/o 17 Jun 1943 at Shaw Field, SC 
10564 (MSN 2881) W/o 29 Feb 1944 at Bush Field, GA 
10565 (MSN 2882) W/o 4 Apr 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
10566 (MSN 2883) W/o 28 Mar 1943 at Bush Field, GA 
10569 (MSN 2886) W/o 2 Dec 1943 at Iuka, MS  
10571 (MSN 2888). Became N57414.  Was noted Mar 26, 1988 on top of a garage 
on Interstate 41 at Caruthers, CA; was still there in October 2000.
10572 Lend-Lease to Mexico
10578 (MSN 2895) W/o 14 Aug 1944 at Merced AAF, CA 
10605 (MSN 2922) W/o 20 Feb 1942 at Perrin Field, TX 
10607 (MSN 2924) W/o 19 Apr 1942 at Pauls Valley, TX 
10608 (MSN 2925) W/o 27 Jan 1943 at Hugo, OK 
10609 (MSN 2926) W/o 3 Jan 1943 at Farmersville, TX 
10619 (MSN 2936) W/o 28 Oct 1944 at Point Pleasant, WV 
10621 (MSN 2938) W/o 31 Dec 1942 at Coffeyville AAF, KS 
10623 (MSN 2940) W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Coffeyville AAF, KS 
10625 (MSN 2942) W/o 5 Mar 1942 at Cherokee, OK 
10627 (MSN 2944) W/o 12 May 1942 at Breckenridge, OK 
10630 (MSN 2947) W/o 4 Nov 1943 at Gardner Field, CA 
10631 (MSN 2948) W/o 16 Mar 1942 at Winslow, AZ 
10634 (MSN 2951) W/o 27 Mar 1943 at Gardner Field, CA 
10636 (MSN 2953) W/o 18 Feb 1944 at Minter FIeld, CA 
10641 (MSN 2958) W/o 30 Jul 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
10646 (MSN 2963) W/o 29 Jun 1943 at Monoghan AAAF, SC 
10647 (MSN 2964) W/o 5 Mar 1942 at Shaw Field, SC 
10648 (MSN 2965) W/o 20 Jul 1943 at Monoghan AAAF, SC 
10649 (MSN 2966) W/o 23 Mar 1943 at Avalon AAAF, MS 
10651 (MSN 2968) W/o 15 Apr 1942 at Nash, OK 
10657 (MSN 2974) W/o 12 Jun 1942 at Enid AFS, OK 
10658 (MSN 2975) W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Garden City AAF, KS 
10659 (MSN 2976) W/o 5 Jun 1943 at Coffeyville AAF, KS 
10668 (MSN 2985) W/o 6 Jul 1943 at Rosamond AAAF 
10670 (MSN 2987) W/o 4 Dec 1943 at Bush Field, GA 
10673 (MSN 2990) to civilian registry as N54679.
10675 (MSN 2992) W/o 13 Oct 1943 at Monoghan Field, SC 
10681 (MSN 2998) W/o 17 May 1943 at Perrin Field, TX 
10683 on display at Vance AB, OK
10686 (MSN 3003) W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Perrin Field 
10688 (MSN 3005) W/o 5 Feb 1942 at Perrin Field, Sherman, TX 
10690 to RFC Eagle Fd, Ca. Jul 11, 1945
10691 to RFC Hicks Fd, Ft.Worth,Tx. Oct 6, 1944
10692 to RFC Gary Fld, Ca Feb 12, 1945
10693 to RFC Eagle Fld, Ca Jul 18, 1945
10694 Lend-Lease to Mexico Oct 24, 1944: RFC US Apr 26, 1945
10695 to RFC Eagle Fd, Ca Jul 18, 1945
10696 to RFC Gary Fd, Ca Nov 24, 1944
10697 to RFC Gary Fd, Ca Feb 2, 1945
10698 to DPC Gary Fd, Ca Nov 24, 1944
10699 to RFC Gary Fld, Ca Nov 24, 1944
10700/10703 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10704 to DPC Camden, SC Nov 17, 1944
10705 wrecked, Nov 22, 1942, 4mi.S, of Greenville AA,Miss: Engine failure; Pilot bailed safely
10706 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10707 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 11, 1945
10708 wrecked, Jan 19, 1942, Craig Fld,Ala; Take-off accident: 1/Killed
10709 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10710 Sherman-Dennision Fd, Tx surveyed Jun 1, 1943
10711 to RFC Arldge Fd, Tx Mar 19, 1945
10712 wrecked, Apr 28, 1942, Whitesboro,Tx: Crashed, 2/killed
10713 (MSN 3030) W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Pauls Valley, OK, Sherman-Dennison AAF, Tx surveyed Mar 23, 1944
10714 to RFC Arledge Fd, Tx Mar 19, 1945
10715 to RFC Woodland Fd, Camden, SC Apr 19, 1945
10716 (MSN 3033) W/o 15 May 1943 at Perrin Field, TX; repaired (?); to RFC Vernon, TX Nov 23, 1945
10717 Garden City AAF, Kans. surveyed Jul 15, 1944
10718 to RFC Lamesa, Tx Jan 25, 1945
10719 to RFC Mustang Fd, Okla Jul 24, 1945
10720 to RFC San Bernardino, Ca Nov 13, 1944
10721 to RFC Eagle Fd, Ca Jul 17, 1945
10722 to DPC Gary Fd, Ca Feb 14, 1945
10723 to RFC Eagle Fd, Ca Jul 16, 1945
10724/10725 to RFC Gray Fd, Ca Nov 24, 1944
10726/10727 to RFC Eagle Fld, Ca Jul 12, 1945
10728 to RFC Gary Fd, Ca Feb 20, 1945
10729 to RFC Gary Fld, Ca Feb 7, 1945
10730 to RFC Ponca City Oct 12, 1944
10731 to RFC Ponca City Oct 9, 1944
10732 to RFC Ponca City Sep 23, 1944
10733 to RFC Ponca City, Okla Oct 10, 1944
10734 Sumter Fd surveyed Sep 21, 1943
10735 to RFC McKellar Fd, Tenn Nov 6, 1944
10736 to RFC Ponca City, Okla Oct 8, 1944
10737 to RFC Ponca City, Okla Oct 9, 1944
10738 (MSN 3055) W/o 13 Nov 1943 at Scottsboro, AL.  Sumter AAF, SC surveyed Dec 13, 1943
10739 to RFC McKellar Fld, Tenn Oct 13, 1944
10740 (MSN 3057) W/o 7 Jan 1944 at Oates AAAF, TX, Goodfellow AAF, Tx. surveyed Jan 9, 1944
10741 to RFC Lamesa Fd, TX Sep 16, 1944
10742 (MSN 3059) W/o 22 Nov 1943 at Coffeyville AAAF #2], KS; Coffeyville AAF, Kans surveyed Nov 24, 1943
10743 RFC Lamesa, Tx Sep 27, 1944
10744 to RFC Lamesa, Tx Jan 25, 1945
10745 to RFC Cuero, Tx Nov 9, 1944
10746 (MSN 3063) W/o 27 Oct 1943 at Coffeyville AAF, KS, Coffeyville AAF, Kans surveyed Oct 28, 1943
10747/10748 to RFC Lamesa Fd, Tx Nov 11, 1944
10749 to RFC Arledge Fld, Tx Mar 19, 1945
10750 to RFC Eagle Fld, Ca Jul 12, 1945
10751 to DPC Tucson, AZ May 5, 1945
10752 to DPC Gary Fld, Blythe, Ca Nov 3, 1944
10753 to DPC Gary Fld, Blythe, Ca Feb 20, 1945
10754 (MSN 3071) wrecked, Apr 26, 1943, Merced AAF, CA: Landing accident, hit BT-13A.   41-11441: Pilot killed.  
W/o 26 Apr 1943 at Potter Field, CA
10755 (MSN 3072) W/o 25 Aug 1943 at 3 Mi NW Tolland, CO; Sacremento Air Depot, Ca surveyed Sep 2, 1943
10756 to DPC Bush Fld Feb 20, 1945
10757 to DPC Gary Fld, Blythe, Ca Nov 6, 1944
10758 to RFC Gary Fld, Blythe, Ca Feb 2, 1945
10759 to RFC Gary Fld, Blythe, Ca Nov 24, 1944
10760 to DPC Camden, SC Nov 17, 1944
10761 to RFC Ponca City, Okla Oct 8, 1944
10762 (MSN 3079) W/o 8 Oct 1943 at Bush Field, GA; Augusta AAF,Ga surveyed Oct 9, 1943
10763 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 9, 1945
10764 to DPC Bush Fld Nov 11, 1944
10765 (MSN 3082) W/o 20 Jan 1944 at Sumter, SC; Sumter AF, SC surveyed Jan 21, 1944
10766 to RFC McKellar Fld, TN Nov 5, 1944
10767 Wrecked, Mar 8, 1942, Shaw Fld, Sumter,SC: Demolished
10768 to DPC Bush Fld, Ga. Nov 11, 1944
10769 to DPC Bush Fld, Ga. Oct 24, 1944
10770 to RFC Vernon, Tx Jan 24, 1945
10771 to RFC Arledge Fld, Tx Mar 3, 1945
10772 to RFC Vernon, Tx Jan 25, 1945
10773 to RFC Lamesa, Tx Oct 10, 1944
10774 (MSN 3091) wrecked, Nov 4, 1942, 12mi. W, of Enid AAF,OK: DBR  
10775 to RFC Pampa AAF, Tx. Jan 29, 1945
10776 to RFC Kelly Fld,Tx  Oct 5, 1944
10777 spun in during solo flight Mar 11, 1943 Garden City,
AAF, KA.  Pilot killed.  Enid AAF,Ok. surveyed Aug 21, 1943
10778 to RFC Gibbs Fld, Tx Feb 7, 1945
10779 (MSN 3096) wrecked May 7, 1942, Enid AAF, OK: Hit tractor landing: DBR
10780 to CL-26 Honda AAF, Tx, Sep 17, 1942: RFC San Antonio, Tx May 17, 1946
10781 to Mexico Oct 24, 1944: RFC Houston, Tx Apr 25, 1945
10782 (MSN 3099) Lend-Lease to Mexico.  To CL-26 Mather AAF, Ca Oct 30, 1942.  W/o 5 Oct 1943 at Gardner Field, CA 
10783 to CL-26 to Gardner Fld, Taft,Ca.  Oct 30, 1942;
Reclamation completed  Sep 14, 1945
10784 to RFC Eagle Fld Jul 18, 1945
10785 to RFC Eagle Fld Jul 16, 1945
10786 to RFC Eagle Fld, Ca Jul 13, 1945
10787 to RFC Gibbs Fld, Tx Sep 18, 1944
10788 to RFC Grider AAF, Ark Mar 7, 1945
10789 (MSN 3106) W/o 28 May 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX; surveyed Ft.Sumner AAF, NM Jun 11, 1943.  
10790 to DPC Camden, SC Nov 17, 1944
10791 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 12, 1945
10792 to DPC Camden, SC Nov 17, 1944
10793/10796 to RFC Decatur, Al Jul 2, 1945
10797 to RFC Ponca City, Okla Oct 8, 1944
10798 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10799 to DPC Camden, SC Nov 14, 1944
10800 to RFC Mustang Fld, Okla Jul 14, 1945
10801/10802 RFC Vernon, Tx Jan 24, 1945
10803 to RFC Arledge, Tx Mar 19, 1945
10804 to RFC Childress AAF, Tx Feb 10, 1945
10805 to RFC Vernon, Tx Jan 23, 1945
10806 to RFC Arledge, Mar 19, 1945
10807 (MSN 3124) wrecked, Apr 16, 1943, Perrin AAF, TX: Taxi accident :DBR
10808 Sherman-Dennision AAF, Tx surveyed May 5, 1944
10809 to RFC Arledge Fld, Tx Mar 19, 1945
10810/10811 to RFC Eagle Fld, Ca Jul 12, 1945
10812 to RFC Ryan AAF, Az May 19, 1945
10813 (MSN 3130) W/o 25 Feb 1944 at Ballico Field, CA; surveyed Meerced AAF, CA Mar 2, 1944
10814 to RFC Gary Fld, Ca Nov 3, 1944
10815 (MSN 2863) to RFC Gary Fld, Ca Nov 24, 1944.  To CAA as NC263 then sold as N67078
10816 W/o 25 Aug 1942 at Merced AAF, CA 
10817 wrecked, Aug 25, 1942, Merced AAF,Ca: Runway collision: DBR 
10818 W/o 25 Aug 1942 at Merced AAF, CA; repaired (?); to RFC Gary Fld, CA Nov 12, 1944
10819 wrecked, Aug 25, 1942, Merced AAF,CA: Runway collision: DBR.  W/o 15 Dec 1942 at Merced AAF, CA 
10820 Wrecked, Mar 18, 1942, Cochran Fld, GA: Mid-air
10821 to DPC Bush Fld, Ga Nov 24, 1944
10822 to DPC Bush Fld, Ga Nov 14, 1944
10823 to RFC Cimarron Fld, Okla Mar 6, 1945.  To FAA as NC290
10824/10825 DPC Embry-Riddle Field Jan 13, 1945
10826 to DPC Embry-Riddle Field Jan 16, 1945
10827 to RFC Tuskegee AAF, Ala Feb 19, 1945
10828 to DPC Embry-Riddle Fld Jan 13, 1945
10829 to RFC Lamesa, Tx Nov 11, 1944
10830 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 11, 1945
10831 wrecked, Mar 26, 1942, Perrin AAF,Tx: Crashed and burned
10832 wrecked, Mar 10, 1942 NW of Perrin AAF, Tx: Demolished
10833 to RFC Mustang Fld, Okla Jul 19, 1945
10834 to RFC Mustang Fld, Okla Jan 24, 1945
10835 to RFC Mustang Fld, Okla Jul 24, 1945
10836 to RFC Mustang Fld, Okla. Jan 24, 1945
10837/10838 to RFC Mustang Fld, Okla Jul 23, 1945
10839 to RFC Mustang Fld, El Reno, Okla Jul 14, 1945
10840 to RFC Wickenburg AAF, AZ Nov 13, 1944
10841 W/o 13 Oct 1943 at Lancaster, CA;  surveyed Lancaster AAF, CA Oct 15, 1943
10842 to RFC Wickenburg AAF, AZ  Nov 13, 1944
10843 wrecked, Apr 25, 1942, 5mi.W, of Teachapi, Ca; Hit mountain
10844 to RFC Bruce Fld, Ballenger, Tx Jan 20, 1945
10845 wrecked, Feb 11, 1952, near Lemoore AAF,Ca: Spun-in, 1/killed
10846 to RFC Thunderbird Aux #2, Phoenix, Az Apr 7, 1945
10847 to RFC Hicks AAAF, Tx Oct 6, 1944
10848 W/o 14 Dec 1943 at War Eagle Field, CA; surveyed Lancaster AAF, CA Feb 1, 1944
10849 to DPC Gary Fld, Blythe, Ca Nov 10, 1944
10850 to RFC Bainbridge AAF, Ga Nov 2, 1944
10851 to RFC Deactur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10852 to RFC Bainbridge AAF, Ga Nov 4, 1944
10853 to RFC McKellar Fld, Tenn Oct 14, 1944
10854 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 12, 1945
10855 to RFC Embry-Riddle Fld Jan 15, 1945
10856 W/o 8 Mar 1944 at Vada AAAF, GA; surveyed Greenville AAF, MS Mar 9, 1944
10857 to RFC Embry-Riddle Field Jan 13, 1945
10858 W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Augusta AAF, GA; surveyed Augusta AAF, GA Jul 3, 1944
10859 wrecked, Dec 16, 1942, Greenville AAF, Miss; Crashed and Burned
10860 W/o 9 Jun 1943 at Randolph Field, TX, Randolph AAF, Tx surveyed Jun 21, 1943
10861 W/o 18 Aug 1944 at Waco AAF, TX; surveyed Waco AAF, TX Aug 20, 1944
10862 to RFC Gibbs Fld Feb 5, 1945
10863 W/o 5 May 1943 at Mound Valley, KS; surveyed Coffeyville AAF, KS May 17, 1943
10864 to RFC Lamesa, Tx Sep 24, 1944
10865 to RFC McKellar, Tenn Nov 6, 1944
10866 to RFC Cuero, Tx Nov 9, 1944
10867 Wrecked, Apr 12, 1942, 6mi.N and 7mi.E, of Salt Plains, 
Cherokee, OK: Engaine fail, 1/bailed safely.  W/o 14 Apr 1942 at Cherokee, OK 
10868 wrecked, Jul 5, 1942, Conway Airport, Pa: Stalled landing; 1/killed
10869 wrecked, May 11, 1942, Enid,Okla: 1/Killed
10870/10871 to RFC Eagle Fld, Jul 12, 1945
10872 to RFC Bruce Fld, Jan 10, 1945
10873 to RFC Gary Fld, Feb 20, 1945
10874 to RFC Gary Fld, Feb 7, 1945
10875 to C.A.A/RFC Wickenburg, Az Nov 21, 1944
10876/10879 to RFC Gary Fld Nov 24, 1944
10880 to RFC Hicks Fld, Tx Nov 13, 1944
10881 to DPC Bush Fld, Nov 11, 1944
10882 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10883 W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Malden AAF, MO; Walnut Ridge surveyed Oct 17, 1943
10884 to RFC Lamesa, Tx Sep 21, 1944
10885 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10886 became SNV-1 BuNo 03022.
10887 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10888 W/o 9 Apr 1944 at Carrollton, MS;  surveyed Greenwood AAF, MS Apr 19, 1944
10889 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10890 to RFC Mustang Fld, Tx Jul 12, 1945
10891 to RFC Verbnon, Tx Jan 23, 1945
10892 to RFC Arledge, Tx Mar 19, 1945
10893 to DPC Vernon, Tx May 14 ,1945
10894 wrecked, Feb 17, 1942, Lake Trammel,Tx; Demolished
10895 to RFC Vernon, Tx Feb 8, 1945
10896 to RFC Goodfellow Fld, Tx Jan 26, 1945
10897 to RFC Lamesa Fld, Tx Jan 23, 1945
10898 to RFC Arledge Fld, Tx Mar 19, 1945
10899 wrecked, Nov 11, 1942, SE of Goodfellow AAF,Tx: Spun-in
10900 wrecked, Oct 23, 1942, 5mi. NW, of Lemoore AAF,Ca. Spin, 2/killed
10901 to RFC Wickenburg, AZ Nov 13, 1944
10904 to civil registry as CB-62
10905 to RFC Gary Fld Jul 7, 1945
10906 to RFC Eagle Fld Jul 17, 1945
10907 wrecked, Sep 4, 1943, Gardner AAF,Ca: Crashed
10908 to RFC Hicks Fld, Tx Sep 17, 1944
10909 to RFC Eagle Fld, Ca Jul 16, 1945
10910 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 18, 1945
10911 to RFC Calstrom Mar 2, 1945
10912 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 12, 1945
10913/10914 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10915 W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Greenville Municipal AAAF, MS; surveyed Greenville AAF, MS Sep 14, 1943
10916 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10917 W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Renoit, MS;  surveyed Greenville AAF, MS Apr 4, 1944
10918 to RFC Decatur, Ala Jul 2, 1945
10919 to DPC Camden, SC Nov 17, 1944
10920 to RFC Arledge Fld, Mar 19, 1945
10921 W/o 23 Jun 1943 at Ft Smith, AR; 508th School Sqd: Sherman-Dennision AAF surveyed Sep 5, 1943
10922 W/o 1 Dec 1943 at Broome AAAF, TX; to RFC Goodfellow AAF, TX surveyed Dec 2, 1943
10923 to RFC Goodfellow, Tx Jan 26, 1945
10924 to RFC Arledge Fld Mar 19, 1945
10925 to RFC Vernon, Tx Jan 23, 1945
10926 Sherman-Dennision Fld, Tx surveyed Sep 25, 1943
10927 wrecked, Jan 2, 1943, 6mi.N, of Whitesboro, TX: Spun-in, 2/killed.  W/o 4 Jan 1943 at Whitesboro, TX
10928 to RFC Mustang Fld, Tx Jul 21, 1945
10929 wrecked, Oct 25, 1942, 10mi.E, of Sweetwater,Tx: 2/Killed
10930 to RFC Eagle Fld, Ca Jul 11, 1945
10931 wrecked, Jun 9, 1942, Fomsa,Ca; 2/Killed
10932 W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Pixley, CA; Minter AAF, Ca surveyed Mar 31, 1943
10933 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Minter Field, CA; surveyed Minter AAF, CA Mar 31, 1944
10934 W/o 7 Sep 1944 at Sonora, TX; repaired (?) Lend-Lease to Mexican AF Oct 25, 1944: surveyed Goodfellow AAF, TX Feb 18, 1945
10935/10936 RFC Gary Fld Feb 20, 1945
10937 to RFC Eagle Fld Jul 12, 1945
10938 to RFC Eagle Fld Jul 11, 1945
10939 to RFC Eagle Fld Jul 16, 1945
10940 W/o 7 Sep 1942 at Greenville AFS, MS; condemned Greenville AAF, MS Dec 23, 1942
10941 W/o 27 May 1943 at Burnt Gin AAAF, SC.  To CL-26 to Shaw AAF, SC Jul 21, 1943
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