USAF Serial Number Search Results


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Description Criteria: T-33
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
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.
41-37268 ... 41-37319
Douglas C-54 Skymaster
37268 (MSN 3054) converted to JZC-54A.  To MASDC at unknown date.
37269 (MSN 3055) to civil registry as NC90406 (American Airlines), F-BHKY (Air France).  Destroyed
by fire at Toulouse Nov 02, 1957
37270 (MSN 3056/DO3) used for static ground tests Apr 9, 1943 to Apr 4, 1945.
Broken up in 1945.
37271 (MSN 3057) crashed near Wright Field, OH Jul 9, 1943 after midair
collision with C-40A 38-546.  The two planes were flying in
formation so that the C-40A could photograph the dropping of
a dummy combat tank from the C-54.  After the tank was 
released, the C-40A made a quick turn to the left, striking
the C-54 wingtip.  The C-40A entered a spin and crashed
near the runway.  The C-54 continued on for 700 feet,
allowing two passengers to bail out.  The plane then
crashed in a vertical dive.  3 killed.  5 on the C-40A
were killed.
37272 (MSN 3058) to civil registry as N79000 (Eastern Airlines, Northwest Airlines, 
Transocean Airlines, World Aiways, Global Aviation, California Airmotive leased to
President Airlines), then D-ADAM (continentale Deutsche Luftreederei May 1961 to
1963), then to ATL98 no. 13 G-ASKN (British World Airways), and later TR-LWP (SOACO)
Scrapped and broken up May 1986 Brazzaville, Congo
37273 (MSN 3059) to civil registry as PH-XCY (Fokker), CS-TSB (TAP).  W/o 1948.
37274 (MSN 3064/DO7) shot down by frendly fire over the Atlantic
Ocean Mar 25, 1944.  6 killed.  It was shot down by British fighters because the C-54 was approaching a
ships convoy.  The plane was carrying dive flap modification kits for P-38s.
37275 (MSN 3065) to US Navy as 39137.
37276 (MSN 3066) to US Navy as 39138.  
37277 (MSN 3067) I have seen photos of a wreck with this tail
number having crashed at Fort Mountain, near Millinocket, Maine Jun 20, 1944
while on flight between England and Washington DC.  6 crew and one
passenger were killed.
37278 (MSN 3068/DO11) w/o after landing short and crashing near
Anguille Mts at Newfoundland Mar 23, 1944.
37279 (MSN 3069) to civil registry as NC95441, PH-XBY (Fokker) , CS-TSC, 6606 (Portuguese AF).
Preserved in Portugal.
37280 (MSN 3070/DO13) delivered to USAAF Mar 28, 1943.  To RFC Jan 14, 1946.  WFU and stored.  Purchased surplus
and converted into a roadside diner in Louisville, Kentucky ca. 1948.
37281 (MSN 3071) to civil register as NC90407 (American Airlines - United States Overseas
Airlines.  While returning from supply mission to DEW line May of 1955 was forced to make crashlanding
on ice in Hudson's Bay. Salvaged and towed to shore and was restored to flight. Leased to Flying Tigers and Overseas Colonian Airways), then HK-1028 (Taxader - Aerotaxi -
SAM Colombia - Aerotabo - Aerollano Colombia - Lineas Aereas Suramerican Columbia - Alvea - Rutas 
Aereas Nacionales S.A (RANSA) 24 Mar 1968), lsd to Aerolineas Medelin (1978) until stored Bodota-Eldorado 2001.
37282 (MSN 3072) to civil registry as PH-XDY (Fokker), CS-TSA (TAP) then sold to Portugal AF 
as 6606. Preserved Museu do Ar, Lisbon-Alverca
37283 (MSN 3073) to civil registry as N90408 (American Airlines), F-BELH (Air France), 
TS-BLH (Tunis Air), F-OCNU (Air Fret).  Destroyed  on ground at Uli, Biafra Jul 1969.
37284 (MSN 3074/DO17) to civil registry as N90488
37285 (MSN 3076) to US Navy Apr 23, 1943 as BuNo 39139
37286 (MSN 3077) to US Navy as BuNo 39140.
37287 (MSN 3078) to US Navy as BuNo 39141.
37288 (MSN 3079) to Netherlands AF as NL-308, then to civil registry as PH-TAI (KLM), F-BDRI (TAI).  
Crashed after takeoff near Tananarive, Madagascar Jul 18, 1951.  All onboard survived.
37289 (MSN 3080) to civil registry as NC63276, LV-ABL (Flota Aerea Merchante Argentina, FAMA). 
Force landed on beach at Itapemirim, Brazil Aug 12, 1947.  All onboard survived.
37290 (MSN 3081) to Netherlands AF as NL-304, then to civil registry as PH-TAF (KLM), 
F-BDRZ (TAI), OO-SBT(Sabena), 90-CBT, 9Q-CBT (Air Zaire).  W/o Jan 13, 1973 in Katanga region of Zaire.
37291 (MSN 3082) to civil registry as LV-XGH (FAMA, ntu).  Possibly to Argentinan AF.
37292 (MSN 3083/DO25) crashed on takeoff at Accra, BWA (Gold Coast,
or current day Ghana) Jan 27, 1944.
37293 (MSN 3084) to Netherlands AF as NL-312, then to civil registry as PH-TAN, then 	
PH-TBT (KL ), then to TAI Mar 1948 as F-BELB.  Flew into high ground 4 min after takeoff
From Bangui, Central African Republic Dec 8, 1950.  46 of 56 onboard killed.
37294 (MSN 3085) to civil registry as N90412 (American Airlines - Eastern Air Lines), 
LV-GJF (Aérolineas INI - Transcarga). Scrapped Buenos Aires
37295 (MSN 3086) preserved USAF Museum, Dayton, OH
37296 (MSN 3087) to Argentine Navy as CTA-3, 2-Gt-1, 4-T-5 and 5-T-5
37297 (MSN 3088) to civil registry as N150 (CAA) and N11712 (Pascat Airlines, Cryderman Air
Serivce), then HP-434 (Aeronaves de Panama), and back to N11712 (Century Airlines -
Aero Union 'Tanker 02'), C-FBAJ (Buffalo Airways).  Stored Red Deer Industrial Apt.
37298 (MSN 3089) to US Navy as BuNo 39142
37299 (MSN 3090) to US Navy as BuNo 39143
37300 (MSN 3091) to ZC-54A instructional airframe.  To US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 91105
37301 (MSN 3092/DO34) delivered to USAAF Jul 31, 1943.  TO RFC Jan 29, 1946.  WFU and stored Bush Field, CA Jan 1946
37302 (MSN 3093) to Argentina Navy as CTA-2, later 2-Gt-12. NLR.
37303 (MSN 3094) to Netherlands AF as NL-300, then to civil registry as PH-TAB (KLM),
G-AJPO (Skyways, leased to BOAC), F-BELQ (Air France), F-VNAN (Air Vietnam), VT-DIA
(Indian Airlines).  W/o Sep 8, 1958 at Chennai Airport, Madras, India.  Hydraulic
system failed in flight and upon landing the aircraft overshot the runway and was DBR when
struck obstructions.
37304 (MSN 3095/DO37) destroyed Apr 22, 1944 when it crashed at RAF Masirah
Airport, Oman
37305 (MSN 3096) to US Navy as BuNo 39144.
37306 (MSN 3097) to US Navy as BuNo 39145
37307 (MSN 3098) to civil registry as NC90409 (American Airlines), F-BELI (Air
France), XU-GAH [registered to Royal Air Cambodge Dec. 31, 1964], later XW-TDE (Royal
Air Lao).  Believed shot down during flight from Saigon to Savannakhet and Vientiane,
Laos Feb 11, 1972.  All 23 onboard killed.  While F-BELI with Air France
on Apr 29, 1952 was fired upon by two Russian MiG-15s over
East Germany and made a safe emergency landing at Berlin
Tempelhof airport.
37308 (MSN 3099/DO41) to Netherlands Government Air Service in 1945 as NL-313, then bought by KLM 
(Royal Dutch Airlines) Dec 20, 1945 and registered as PH-TAO, to KLM West Indies (West-Indisch
Bedrijf) registered as PJ-ALK Oct 4, 1946, Returned to  KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Jan 22, 1948 as 
PH-TLK, named "Kraiendijk".  Again transferred to KLM West Indies and reregistered as PJ-ALK
Dec 21, 1948.  Returned to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Sep 27, 1954 registeres as PH-DBK and named 
"Kraiendijk" .  To OO-SBL for Sobelair (a Belgium charter Company) Oct 20, 1954.  Apr 22, 1960 w/o Bunia 
(Congo) after it crashed into a mountain while approaching Bunia.  7 crew, 28 passengers fatal.
37309 (MSN 3100/DO42) to RFC Nov 13, 1945.  WFU and stored Walnut Ridge, AR Nov 1945.
37310 (MSN 3101) to Flota Aerea Mercante Argentina (FAMA) Sep 30, 1946 registered as LV-ABN, to Columbia 
for Aéreas Nacionales - LANSA as HK-334, Oct 1951 to Seaboard and Western 
Airlines as N1543V, Jul 1954 sold to Frankfurt Air Trader, registered as F-OARD 
(for the French Overseas Departments and Territories - Syria before 
complete independence), to Syrian Airways registered as YK-AAP, to United 
Arab Airlines in Egypt as SU-ALU when the two countries merged, to Syrian 
Arab Airlines as YK-ADA after the two countries separated.  W/o Oct 2, 1964 when the nose 
gear collapsed when the DC-4 overran the runway at Damascus.
37311 (MSN 3102/DO34) delivered to USAAF Sep 22, 1943.  Attached to 2FrG at Wilmington AAF.  Damaged in belly
landing at Lagens Field, Azores Mar 17, 1945.  To RFC Feb 11, 1946.  WFU and stored at Walnut Ridge, Arkansas
Feb 1946. 
37312 (MSN 3103) to US Navy as BuNo 39146
37313 (MSN 3104) to US Navy as BuNo 39147.
37314 (MSN 3105/DO47) delivered to USAAF Oct 8, 1943.  To RFC Oct 25, 1945.  WFU and stored at Walnut Ridge, 
Arkansas Oct 1945.
37315 (MSN 3106) to MC-54A medivac aircraft.  To civil registry as PI-C100 (Far East
Air Transport).  Ditched 80 mi W of Laoag on flight from Shanghai to Manila Jan 11, 1947.
7 of 42 onboard killed.
37316 (MSN 3107) in 1946 to Northwest Airlines registered as NC68969, next to Cuba, first 
registered Dec 1949 as CU-P-337 for CUBANA, then for CUBANA again in 1950 as 
CU-T-337.  Back to N68969 (Northwest Airlines), to N88796 (leased until sold to
Transocean Air Lines - Magic Carpet) , then to Dominicana de Avation in Dominican Republic, registered 
as HI-41 [WFU]
37317 (MSN 3108) to civil registry as N90413 (American Airlines), F-BELJ (Air France), XV-NUN
(Air Vietnam).  NLR.
37318 (MSN 3109) to US Navy as BuNo 39148
37319 (MSN 3110) to US Navy as BuNo 39149.
42-23380 ... 42-23412
Douglas C-47A-15-DL
MSN 9242/9274.  Contract No. AC-20669
23380 (MSN 9242) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III 
FD836 Sep 17, 1943.  SEAC Jan 13, 1944 -- 117 Sqdn -- 
Crashed Jul 22, 1944, Burma when flew into hill near Ukrul
during supply dropping mission..
23381 (MSN 9243) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III 
FD837 May 31, 1943.  SOC Jun 13, 1946 
23382 (MSN 9244) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III 
FD838 May 31, 1943.  MIA with 31 Sqdn in Burma Aug 15, 1943 during supply dropping mission.
23383 (MSN 9245) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 9th AF May 31, 1944
FLC Jun 20, 1947...but to RFC Jun 18, 1948 and reported b/u overseas!
23384 (MSN 9246) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943 - USA - Stored Feb 14, 1946.  
To Brazilian AF as C-47-2029 in 1946.  Crashed Dec 1, 1958.
23385 (MSN 9247) to USAAF Mar 18, 1943 - USA - RFC Oct 15, 1945.
To civil registry as NC48990 (Reynolds Metal Co, Richmond, VA), reregistered N990.  To N34116 (Sears
Roebuck and Co, Chicago, IL, BCS Leasing Company, Stratford, CC Feb 1969, SInger general Precision
Inc, Pleasantville, NY Jul 1967, Singer Co, Ny , C F Aviation, Inc bought Oct 16, 1987, RWH Aviation 
Inc Feb 4, 1988).  Reregistered N66HL May 1988.  Later N23AJ (Various individuals and 
corporations).  Current Mar 2003 with Limey Dak Co, Wilmington, DE. since Apr 12, 1999.
In 2009 was registered N243DC.  In 2015 was at Buckeye MAP, Arizona belong to Hans Lauridsen collection,
missing the number one engine.
23386 (MSN 9248) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - USA - To RFC Dec 04, 1945.  To French AF (MDAP) Indochina 
as ‘223386’ Dec 15, 1953 - GT2/63 ‘FRANL’ - GT2/62 Jun 1955 - GT1/64
Oct 1955.  Sold to Royal Laotian AF Aug 10, 1956. NLR.
23387 (MSN 9249) to USAAF Mar 1943. To civil registry as NC88876 (Air Cargo Tpt Corp, Newark, NJ, cancelled 
1948)  The fact that there in no USAF card might mean that the aircraft was still in
service in 1950, so NC88876 may be suspect.
23388 (MSN 9250) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - North Africa Jun 30, 1943.  Condenmed Oct 31, 1944.
23389 (MSN 9251) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943.  To civil registry as NC64423 (Challenger
Airlines 1946 - Monarch Airlines Jul 1, 1941, Frontier Airlines Jul 1, 1950, later 'Sunliner
Royal Gorge' - Miami Aviation Corp - Air Tours Leasing - Bendix Corp - Carolina Aircraft Co -
Leased to Ford Motor Co).  DBR Teterboro, NJ Sep 26, 1968.  B/u Dec 7, 1968
23390 (MSN 9252) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - USA - Stored Jul 22, 1946 to May 15, 1947, then sold to
Ecuador AF Sep 30, 1947
23391 (MSN 9253) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - USA.  Crashed Camp Mackall, NC. Oct 29, 1943.
23392 (MSN 9254) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - USA - Stored Jan 19, 1946 - RFC Jul 10, 1946.  To civil
registry as NC79014 (J Le Baron - Hughes Aircraft Co - All American Aviation Oct 21, 1948), 
N91228 (All American Airways - Allegheny Airlines Jan 02, 1953), N148A (ntu), N91228 (Aeroflite Inc. - 
World Assocs Inc Dec 31, 1959). To Argentine AF as T-33, then TA-33.  Destroyed during a
JATO at base in Antarctic Dec 10, 1964
23393 (MSN 9255) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944 - 8th AF,
UK.  MIA Apr 08, 1945
23394 (MSN 9256) to USAAF Mar 20, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944. To
spares Oct 12, 1946 (Sometimes reported Salvador AF then YS-26C Aug 19, 1968, which is unlikely)
23395 (MSN 9257) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944 - To
spares Apr 13, 1946
23396 (MSN 9258) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 28, 1944 - To spares
Jun 22, 1945
23397 (MSN 9259) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944 - To spares Nov
01, 1947
23398 (MSN 9260) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - ... - ‘0-23398’ known as ‘WeGo21’ in Korea Sep 1953.
23399 (MSN 9261) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 8th AF Feb 23, 1944 - 
To Turkey Dec 18, 1946.  To civil registry as TC-ALP (Devlet Hava Yollari 1946 - Turkish
Airlines ‘44’ Mar 01, 1956.  B/u Yesilkoy 1969
23400 (MSN 9262) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy Apr 21, 1944 - 
9th AF Jul 20, 1944.  To spares Nov 01, 1947 
23401 (MSN 9263) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944 - 8th AF, UK. 
Condemned Oct 28, 1944
23402 (MSN 9264) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 9th AF Mar 06, 1944 - 
FLC Jun 13, 1947.  To civil registry as OK-WDW (CSA 1947), then to French AF as ‘23402’ May 24, 1960 - 
GAMOM50 Nov 1962 - BA701 ‘FTEBJ’ Mar 1966 - For sale Châteaudun 1971.  Returned to civil 
registry as F-WSGQ (Ferry reg 1972), N18257 or N18264 Oct 17, 1972, then C-FECY (Astro Airlines 
nov73 - Laurentian Air Service, 1974). DBR Lac Guyere, PQ. Sep 25, 1975.
23403 (MSN 9265) to USAAF Mar 22, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 8th AF, UK. Feb 22, 1944.  To
spares Nov 01, 1947
23404 (MSN 9266) to USAAF Mar 23, 1943 - North Africa May 9, 1943 - African Desert Jun 03, 1943 - 
North Africa Jul 09, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.  Shot down by friendly AAA fire 4 mi NW of Scoglitti, Sicily 
Jul 11, 1943.  3 KIA, 2 survived.  MACR 4402
23405 (MSN 9267) to USAAF Mar 23, 1943 - North Africa May 28, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy -
Crashed Jun 24, 1944
23406 (MSN 9268) to USAAF Mar 23, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 8th AF, UK. Feb 20, 1944 - FLC Jun
20, 1947, but still with USAF Europe Apr 07, 1948.  To spares Jun 18, 1948
23407 (MSN 9269) to USAAF Mar 25, 1943 - North Africa May 31, 1943.  Condemned Jul 08, 1944.
23408 (MSN 9270) to USAAF Mar 27, 1943 - North Africa May 21, 1943 - 8th AF, UK. Feb 20, 1944 - 
USA Sep 27, 1944 - RFC Sep 27, 1945.  To civil registry as NC21730 (No détails), NLR
23409 (MSN 9271) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - North Africa May 14, 1943.  Condemned Jun 17, 1943
23410 (MSN 9272) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - North Africa May 19, 1943 - 12th AF.  Ditched Jul 13, 1943 (Sicily
invasion) 
23411 (MSN 9273) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - North Africa May 21, 1943.  Cond Jun 26, 1946 but ... ‘24311’
with French Navy in Indochina (1950) -...-‘11’ Nimes-Garons (1968).  Scrapped 1971
23412 (MSN 9274) to USAAF Mar 24, 1943 - 8th AF, UK May 01, 1943 - FLC Jun 14, 1946.  To civil
registry as NC54548 (TWA Jan 21, 1946), F-BAXT (Air France Aug 01, 1949). 
Crashed on a railway line near the airport at Nantes, France during a training flight Jan 24, 1956.
5 crew OK.
42-55891 ... 42-56084
Lockheed C-60A-5-LO Lodestar 
Directly ordered by USAAF.  
55891/55902 MSN 18-2296/2307
55891 (MSN 18-2296) to NC54432.
55892 (MSN 18-2297) Cvtd 18-14. To NC19944. Cvtd 18-08. To N5111, to N51110
55893 (MSN 18-2298) to NC17886, to NC1200/N1200, to N1400, to XA-PUQ
55894 (MSN 18-2299) to YS-24, to NC74633/N74633. Cvtd 18-56. To N11CP, to N11QR, Cancelled Jun 14, 2013
55895 (MSN 18-2300) To RCAF 553, to CF-FQU, to N65H. DBR Sugar Lane, TX Aug 1, 1962
55896 (MSN 18-2301) lost engine on takeoff and crashed near
Selma AAF, AL Jun 28, 1944.  5 killed.
55897 (MSN 18-2302) To YS-25, to TI-73, to C-251, to NC4495N/N4495N, to N67K, to N31G. Current
55898 (MSN 18-2303) crashed near Selman Field, Louisiana Nov 17, 1943.
55900 (MSN 18-2305) to NC17092, to N8008, to N600L. Cvtd Learstar II 21Jan58. . To N608L. Cancelled Apr 25, 2013
55901 (MSN 18-2306) to F-BBBI, to N9968F, to N2743A, to N20L. Converted to Learstar I. To N510V, to N513V. 
Cancelled Jun 27, 2013
55903/55922 MSN 18-2318/2337
55903 (MSN 18-2318) to NC44886/N44886, to N661. Converted to Learstar I. To N16L, to N661, to CF-BAO Feb 21, 1955, to N41CA
55904 (MSN 18-2319) To VP-TAP, to N3971C, to N23G, to N317G, to N644KS, to N644KP
55905 (MSN 18-2320) to RCAF 554, to NC9095H, to civil registry in Belgium Apr 4, 1947 as OO-GVP for 
Air Transport.  Crashed on takeoff and burned out Wadi Halfa (Sudan) Jul 27, 1948.
55906 (MSN 18-2321) to NC66171, to C-800
55907 (MSN 18-2322) to NC52103/N52103, to N212B, to N6166. Cancelled Feb 11, 2013
55908 (MSN 18-2323) to NC66407/N66407. Converted to Learstar I. To N32L. Struck power lines and crashed Lake Placid, FL 
Mar 3, 1974 [was carrying 3,244lb of marijuana]
55909 (MSN 18-2324) to NC17886, to NC70026/N70026. To N424H
55910 (MSN 18-2325) to NC58075
55911 (MSN 18-2326) to NC17887/N17887.  To N21G.  Current
55912 (MSN 18-2327) to FAC-27, to FAC-654, to HK-1146-G, to HK-1146. DBR Eldorado, Bogota Jan 5, 1974
55913 to RAF as Lodestar II.  No RAF serial known and may
never have been issued.  Transferred to Free French AF as FC-BAD Feb 19, 1943.  Crashed
Algiers Dec 30, 1944.
55914 (MSN 18-2329) to Brazilian AF as FAB 02, later 2001.
WFU Jul 14, 1969
55915 (MSN 18-2330) to VP-TAN, to N3936C, to N551, To N510G, to N984E
55916 (MSN 18-2331) to Brazilian AF as FAB 03, later 2002.
W/o Dec 21, 1944
55917 to RAF as Lodestar II.  No RAF serial known and may
never have been issued.  Transferred to Free French AF as 2332.  To FC-BAC, to F-BALU, to N9969F but ntu, 
to N94545, to N36R, to N94545. Converted to Howard 250 Mar 1962. To N277T, to N277E, to N127LR
55918 (MSN 18-2333) to NC18198, to NC66314/N66134, to N315, to N315F.  Currently on display at Museum of 
Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
55920 (MSN 18-2335) to NC49330/N49330, to N39R
55923/55965 MSN 18-2360/2402 
55923 (MSN 18-2360) to CU-N114 (possibly)
55924 (MSN 18-2361) to NC14282/N14282, To N913BS, to N1930S, to N714S
55925 (MSN 18-2362) to NC44795, to NC7070/N7070.  Current
55926 (MSN 18-2363) to RCAF 555, to CF-FKW, to N2722A, to F-BKBY. DBR Compiegne, France Jun 22, 1962
55927 (MSN 18-2364) To RCAF 556, to CF-FUL but ntu, to N5545N. Crashed West Point, near Lafayette, IN Oct 7, 1951
55928 (MSN 18-2365) to Brazilian AF as FAB 04, later 2003.
W/o Oct 6, 1962.
55929 (MSN 18-2366) to Brazilian AF as FAB 05, later 2004.
W/o Jul 11, 1947
55930 (MSN 18-2367) to Brazilian AF as FAB 06, later 2005.
WFU Jun 24, 1969
55931 (MSN 18-2368) to Brazilian AF as 2006.  At Museu Aeroespacial, Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil.
55932 (MSN 18-2369) to NC59710/N57910, to N710F
55933 (MSN 18-2370) to NC33349.  Converted to 18-50.  W/o Tampa, Florida Sep 13, 1945.
55934 (MSN 18-2371) to NC44889
55935 (MSN 18-2372) became NC33368/N33368 Defense Plant Corp, then
to National Airlines.  Converted to 18-50.  DBR, Tallashasse, Florida Oct 20, 1956.
55936 (MSN 18-2373) to XB-HOL, became N4653V of Wood Briquettes Ltd, to N400L.  Converte to Learstar II.
To N57PR, to N7777, Crashed near Oneonta, New York Mar 16, 1984.  3500 lb of marijuana found in
wreckae.
55937 (MSN 18-2374) to AN-ABY, to TI-84, Crashed near Nicoya, Costa Rica May 4, 1947
55938 (MSN 18-2375) crashed during takeoff while towing glider, Lubbock, Texas Mar 16, 1944
55939 (MSN 18-2376) to NC66185
55940 (MSN 18-2377) to RCAF 557
55942 (MSN 18-2379) to RCAF 558, then became N66H.  Converted to  Howard 250 Oct 31, 1961. To N64C. 
Converted  BACC tri-gear Howard 250 May 7, 1966. To N364C, to N400N, to N400NY. Crashed Redbird A/P, TX Dec 7, 1987
55943 to RAF as Lodestar II.  No RAF serial known and may
never have been issued.  Transferred to Free French AF as 2380.  To F-BALV.
Crashed W of Bangui, French Equatorial Africa Dec 26, 1945.
55944 (MSN 18-2381) to New Zealand as NZ3507 Jun 1943.  Sold to Union Airways as ZK-AHX 
May 1945.  transferred New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947, 
then N4636V of Maxon Inc.  To N171Q with C. McAlpine by 1966. Not registered by 1967.
55945 (MSN 18-2382) to New Zealand as NZ3508 Jun 1943. Sold to Union Airways as ZK-AKX Jul 16, 1946.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947.  
Crashed Mar 18, 1948 in Tararua Ranges on approach to Paraparaumu, all 15 on board killed.
55946 (MSN 18-2383) to New Zealand as NZ3509 Jun 1943.  Sold to Union Airways as ZK-ANB Nov 21, 1946
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947.  Then to
N4640V of Aviation Export Co.  To CF-IAX.  Converted to Learstar.  TO CF-BAL.  W/o Wales, AK Jul 7, 1972.
Aircraft hit a large gravel pile on takeoff and ground-looped.
55947 (MSN 18-2384) to New Zealand as NZ3510 Jun 1943.  Became ZK-ASX of New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority
Jan 26, 1949.  Not flown by CAA and became derelict at Rongotai.  Cancelled Oc5 31, 1950 and scrapped.
55948 (MSN 18-2385) w/o Lubbock, Texas Aug 7, 1943.
55950 (MSN 18-2387) became NC33366/N33366 of Gulf Oil Co.  Reported
to have crashed Dec 29, 1955.
55951 (MSN 18-2388) to RFC Aug 2, 1945.  to civil registry as NC17615 to an unknown airline operator
in central America.  Converted to executive configuration by Southwest Airmotive in 1949.  Registered
to Ralph E. Fair by Dec 1949.  Apr 1954 with Texas Gulf Sulphur Co as N17615.  To Air Center Interiors
by Wrigley by Jan 1965.  To J. W. Williams by Jul 1965.  To Mexico in May of 1966 as XA-SAX, but 
wound up being used as a chicken coop by 1980.  Brought back to USA in 1985  and restored and used by 
Atorie Air Inc as N56LH.  in 1986 converted to freighter with enlarged cabin door.  
Then went to Wings of Yesterday at Santa Fe, New Mexico Jun 6, 1989.  Exported to Australia
in 1992 and registered as VH-XUS.   Registration ZK-XUS reserved in New Zealand but not taken up.
55952 (MSN 18-2389) to YV-C-GE, to N6528D
55953 (MSN 18-2390) to NC53654, to YV-AGI but NTU.  Became NC25600 of National Motor Bearings.  To
NR25600, to N25600.  To N148W
55954 (MSN 18-2391) crashed Lubbock, Texas Aug 25, 1943.
55956 (MSN 18-2393) to Harry R. Playford as N888 in 1945.  To National Airlines
as N8884 Feb 1946.  Accident in Key West, FL Jun 12, 1958,
repaired.  To LV-PME May 1959.  then LV-GIL.  Stored at
Ezeiza.
55958 (MSN 18-2395) to NC63474, to XB-HIV, became N68195 of Standard Oil Co.  To N81G.  Cancelled May 14, 2013
55959 (MSN 18-2396) to NM-46 (Cuba), to N9626H, became N1932 of Tecumseh Products Co.  To N1505, to N64C, 
to N66H, to N725YC. Abandoned Aruba from at least Nov 1983. Canx May 7, 2013
55960 (MSN 18-2397) became NC44891/N44891 of Eastern States Pet Co.  To N64E. Converted to Howard 250. 
Stalled on T/O, runway too short for L-18, Brighton, FL Apr 9, 1976
55961 (MSN 18-2398) became NC86559/N86559 of Knox Glass Co.  To N20S, to N202S, to N1970H, to N5034F, to N75SA. 
Cancelled May 8, 2013
55963 (MSN 18-2400) To CC-CLB, to CC-CLB-0071, to CC-CBK-0071, to N2092A, to N300L, to N100UP. 
Converted to Learstar I Oct 31, 1956. To N108UP, to N108UB, to N403T. Current
55965 (MSN 18-2402) to NC44788
55966/55992 MSN 18-2427/2453
55966 (MSN 18-2427) became NC7000/N7000 of B. F. Goodrich Co.  To N7001.  Named ‘Spirit of J&B’, made round the 
world flight in memory of Howard Hughes from Jun 17-21, 1987. Under restoration with Sabena Oldtimers, Brussels.
55967 (MSN 18-2428) became N64275 of Gulf Refining Co. Exported to UK but NTU.  Direct to ZS-DBD,
Back to NC64275.  Converted to Gulfstar in 1959.  To N107G, to N373M, to N540 MC, to N640MC, 
to N69SN.  Derelict Opa Locka, Florida from Jan 1979.
55969 (MSN 18-2430) to NC88865, to NC69494/N60494, became N22G of Goodyear Tire Co, to N781G
55970 (MSN 18-2431) to NC33328, became NC7111 of Grumman Aircraft Corp, then N5113,
then N1000 of Swiftlite Aircraft Corp.  To N40000, to N400F.  Cancelled Sep 27, 2012.
Exported to Mexico Aug 10, 1973.
55973 (MSN 18-2434) became NC60485/N60485 of Hunter Engineering Co.  to N35L. W/o Vera Cruz, Mexico
Mar 31, 1975 (illegal flight)
55974 (MSN 18-2435) crashed near Amarillo, Texas Mar 26, 1944.
55975 (MSN 18-2436) to NC52104/N52104, became N6000 of Swiftlite Aircraft Corp.  To N6000K.  Stored
Panama0Tocumen by Dec 1975.  Cancelled Mar 26, 2013.
55976 (MSN 18-2437) to NC44780, to CX-AJC, to N44780, to Goodyear Tire Co as N20G, to N20GY.
Crashed Lone Pine, California May 20, 1977 (illegal flight)
55977 (MSN 18-2438) to N. Harris as N1490V
55978 (MSN 18-2439) to Square D Co as N4004
55979 (MSN 18-2440) to Continental Can Co as N660
55980 (MSN 18-2441) to XB-BOD, to XA-GUG, to XB-KAM
55981 (MSN 18-2442) to British West Indian Airways as VP-TAO.  Later sold to owner in USA as N3927C.
Crashed on takeoff at Miami, Florida Jan 22, 1952.
55982 (MSN 18-2443) to NC1082M
55983 (MSN 18-2444) to Gulf Oil Corp as N69898.  Subsequently became N105G Feb 13, 1959,
converted to Gulfstar Apr 6 1959, then to N9223R, then N283M, then OH-MAP, then was to have reverted
to N283M but became OH-SIR instead. Somewhere along the line was
converted to Gulfstar.  Registered G-BMEW Sep 30, 1985, cancelled
Jul 15, 1986 on sale to Canada but no Canadian identity known.  Became N283M
again.  Now preserved at Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, Gardermoen, Norway, painted
as G-AGIH.  
55984 (MSN 18-2445) to NC66099, to OO-EDS, to N9974F, to L. B. Maytag as N318.  To XB-JUP.  To Belgian civil 
registry as OO-EDS for Air Transport.  Following bankruptcy of the airline, auctioned off Mar 24, 1950.  
Cancelled from registry Dec 31, 1950 and broken up.
55985 (MSN 18-2446) to civil registry as NC70027
55986 (MSN 18-2447) to NC12925  
55987 (MSN 18-2448) became NC66161/N66161.  To N68K, to XB-KUY
55989 (MSN 18-2450) to TI-82, to YS-28.  Crashed Mt Bogota, Colombia Mar 17, 1947.
55990 (MSN 18-2451) to NC66169, probably to C-801 or C-802.
55991 (MSN 18-2452) to NC44893, to N222M
55992 (MSN 18-2453) to Hall Drilling Co as NC52526. To XB-JAW, to NC52526, to XA-JAW, to N52526, to N678L. 
Cancelled Oct 11, 2012
55993/56038 MSN 18-2466/2511
55993 (MSN 18-2466) to Canadian Pacific Airlines as CF-CPF, to N5633N, 
then to Brown Co. as N31BG.  to N31L, to N31LG, to N810G, to N81CG, to N810G. Stored Mesa, AZ from at 
least Sep 1976. Damaged in storm and derelict by Oct 1983. Stored dismantled at Ocotillo Wells, CA by Dec 1993
55994 (MSN 18-2467) to CC-CLA, to CC-CLA-0070, to CC-CBM-0070, to N3957A, to N200L. Converted toLearstar I 
Jan 25, 1957. To N200JF, to N333FB. Cancelled Oct3, 2012. Crashed at Millhaven, GA during go-around off airport landing 
to unload marijuana.
55995 (MSN 18-2468) to N663333, then to Frontier Chemical Co as N313.  Cancelled Jun 18, 2013.
55996 (MSN 18-2469) to RCAF 561, then became NC79218 then to Belgian civil registry as OO-OLY for Air Transport
May 8, 1947.  The airline went bankrupt and on Mar 24, 1950 the plane was auctioned off.
Canceled from registry Dec 31, 1950 and broken up.
55997 (MSN 18-2470) to RCAF 562.  To Brown Paper Mill Co as N1245V.  Crashed near Tyrone,
Pennsylvania Dec 20, 1956
55998 (MSN 18-1471) to NC66172.  Probably to C-801 or C-802
55999 (MSN 18-2472) to Texas Eastern Transmission as NC45372/N45372.  To N92T. Converted to Learstar II 
1Sep 12, 1957. To N116CA Jul 28, 1978. Crashed near Stanwood, WA during parachute drop
56000 (MSN 18-2473) to Union Producing Co as NC57300/N57300.  To N7300. Converted to Howard 250 Jun 16, 1961. 
Disappeared in Caribbean prior to Apr 1982
56001 (MSN 18-2474) to Walsh Construction Co as NC18934/N18934.  To N777W, to N141PA. Converted to Learstar 
Feb 17, 1962. To N307C. Crashed near El Rodore, Sinaloa, Mexico Nov 21, 1976 [illegal flight].
56002 (MSN 18-2475) crashed near Patterson Field, OH Feb 10, 1945.
56003 (MSN 18-2476) to J. Silverthorne as NC1090M/N1090M.  Converted to 18-50. To N17L. Converted to Learstar 
Apr 26, 1956. To N555DM, to N17L. Cancelled Jul 1, 2009
56004 (MSN 18-2477) to Pontaic Refining Corp as NC75220/N75220.  To N45W. Mid-air collision with 
T-33 over Tallahassee, Florida Jun 8, 1962
56005 (MSN 18-2478) To NC45330/N45330. Converted to 18-50. To AN-ADI, to US Steel Corp as N9980F.
Converted to 18-56. Partial conversion to Learstar 8Jun57. To N60JT, to N60DX but ntu. Current as N60JT with American 
Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland.
56006 (MSN 18-2479) DBR Nashville, Tennsesee Sep 7, 1943.
56007 (MSN 18-2480) to Texaco Gas as NC1621/N1621 then to Aerovox
Corp as N16216.  Converted Dallaero Learstar Jul 1957.  To N77T
56008 (MSN 18-2481) to Baker Oil Tools as NC63240/N63240, to N608H, DBF ca 1979.  Cancelled Jul 23, 2013.
56009 (MSN to CC-CBT-0163, to N10431, to N75GP.  Converted to Learstar 1.  To N75G, to N20M, to N75G.
Crashed rockwood, near Knoxville, Tennessee May 29, 1975.
56010 (MSN 18-2483) to Brazilian AF as FAB 08, later 2007.
WFU Dec 11, 1967
56011 (MSN 18-2484) to RCAF 559, to Michigan Tool Co as N67H.  Conversion in Mar 1966 to Howard 250 and 
registered N6711.  Cancelled Feb 13, 2013.
56012 (MSN 18-2485) to RCAF 563
56013 (MSN 18-2486) to RCAF 560, to CF-FQV, to ZS-BZD, to IDFAF 4X-ACL. Crashed near Paris, France Aug 15, 1949
56014 (MSN 18-2487) crashed into Beinn Nuis on island of Arran, Scotland Sep 30, 1943 while flying from
Keflavik to Prestwick.  All 8 aboard killed.  MACR 651
56015 (MSN 18-2488) crashed Prestwick, Scotland Aug 11, 1944
56016 (MSN 18-2489) to Canadian Pacific Airlines as CF-CPE,
then to Air Products as N67978.  Wiplinger mods and conversion to Learstar. To N19L, to N111E, to CP-1024 1972. 
Crashed Normandia, Bolivia Mar 5, 1974
56017 (MSN 18-2490) to RNZAF Jun 1943 but no service.  Loaned to Union Airways as ZK-AHR Aug 6 1943, re-registered
as ZK-AHU Aug 1944.  Crashed Mangere, Auckland May 13, 1945, after being stolen by 19-year old 
apprentice aircraft engineer who had been turned down for pilot training by RNZAF.  Veered into
a line of trees and caught fire.  Culprit escaped uninuured.  Charged with a number of offensese, but
escaped with a nominal fine and a period of probation.  Aircraft returned to RNZAF & SOC, no serial
56018 (MSN 18-2491) to RAF as FS737 but NTU, later changed to RR997.
Was to have gone to BOAC as G-AGIH, to Royal Norwegian AF and crashed Dec 31, 1944 on
test flight near Kypel Reservoir, near Strathaven, Lanarkshire, Scotland.  Registration G-AGIH later 
reused on 43-16459 on May 26, 1944, and it is this plane which crashed in Sweden Aug 28, 1944.
56019 (MSN 18-2492) to RAF as FS738 but NTU, later changed to RR998.  
To BOAC as G-AGII, operated for Norwegian government.  Registration cancelled
Aug 1944, and to Norwegian AF as 2492/T-AD Jul 1945.
Later went to Aero Nordas SE-BTI, to N6875C, to N31LG. Converted to Learstar I May 31, 1957, to N311G. 
MSN changed to 2492A due to conflict with MSN 2496, 42-56023. To N825AC, to N163R. Crashed Palmyra Island, Pacific 
Jan 5, 1980. Cancelled Apr 11, 2013
56020 (MSN 18-2493) To NC45387, to C-167. Believed to C-202 and crashed en-route Bogota to Bucaramanga Mar 19, 1947
56022 (MSN 18-2495) to Weathered Co as NC51591/N61591. Current
56023 (MSN 18-2496) to CF-CPU, to N4854V, to N30F with Firestone Tire Co, to N5135. WFU at Seletar, Singapore Apr 1978
56024 (MSN 18-2497) to Defense Plant Co as NC44782, to NC3031/N3031, to N5761N, then to
Airfleets Inc as N13V.  Converted to Learstar II.  To N13VV.  DBR North Little Rock, AR Jan 2, 1970.
56025 (MSN 18-2498) to Owens Corning Fiberglass as NC2426/N2426.  To XA-PIY.  Crashed May 7, 1967
56026 (MSN 18-2499) civilianized as NC58161, then became F-BDAS,
then N9991F,then N5477N, then N9991F again.  Converted
to Learstar and reregistered NX1Y, later N1Y.  Sold to Krupps
in 1956 and registered Apr 14, 1956 as D-CAFU.  Registration D-CAFU cancelled Sep 15, 1961.
Returned to Lear as N511L Sep 1961
56027 (MSN 18-2500) to NC88744/N88744, to Marathon Corp as N14M.  Converted to 18-14. Converted to Learstar II. 
To N1414, to N505S, to N5056, to CP-2046. Impounded & stored El Trompillo, Bolivia ssince at least Nov 1992
56029 (MSN 18-2502) to NR58360/NC58360/N58360. Converted to 18-50. Converted to Learstar I. To N88L. 
Cancelled May 15, 2013
56030 (MSN 18-2503) To NC61589/N61589, to N1813M, to N31F, to N131E
56031 (MSN 18-2504) To YV-AGA, to YV-C-AGA, to N2745A. Converted to Learstar I. To N42L, to N42LZ, to N66TP, 
to N667P, to N477SW
56032 (MSN 18-2505) to NC64568/N64568, to N221B, to N1001S. Stored Tucson, AZ since at least Oct 1979. 
Cancelled Jun 25, 2009
56033 (MSN 18-2506) to NC45378/N45378.  Crashed King Salmon, AK Jul 20, 1957
56034 (MSN 18-2507) to Netherlands East Indies AF as LT-931(in RAAF records) but LT-924 in RNAF records.  To
RAAF as VH-RDT
56035 (MSN 18-2508) To RAAF as A67-1, call sign VH-RAA. To ZK-AOP, to N4646V, to N16L. Cvtd Learstar I. To N789F. 
Cancelled May 9, 2013
56036 (MSN 18-2509) to CF-CPG, to N4851V.  Converted Dallaero Lodestar. To N914BS, to N1940S. Current
56037 (MSN 18-2510) crshed into RAF barracks, Prestwick, Scotland Sep 12, 1943
56038 (MSN 18-2511) to NC21707. Believed DBR Kotebue, AK Jul 20, 1947
56039/56084 MSN 18-2532/2577.
56039 (MSN 18-2532) to VT-ATO of HRH the Maharajah of Jamnagar.
Sold to Pegasus Corp as N94543.  To N343S, to N58M, to LV-JNH.  Derelict Fort Lauderdale,
Florida by Jun 1976.
56041 (MSN 18-2534) to CF-CPK with Canadian Pacific Airlines.  To N170L.  W/o Golden Gate airport,
Oct 16, 1969
56042 (MSN 18-2535) to RAAF as A67-2, call sign VH-RAB.  To VH-CAA but NTU.  To Parafield Sep 1947 and
scrapped 1952.
56043 (MSN 18-2536) to RAAF as A67-3, call sign VH-RAC.  Sold as ZK-AOT with
New Zealand National Airways, then to Northrop 
Aircraft Co as N4634V.  Stored Wichita, Kansas 1975
56044 (MSN 18-2537) to RAAF as A67-4, call sign VH-RAD.  Sold as ZK-AOS with
New Zealand National Airways, then to Colombia Gas
System as N60000.  TO N60C.  Stored President Stroessner Airport, Paraguay by Mar 1972.
Derelict Apr 1975.
56045 (MSN 18-2538) to RAAF as A67-5, call sign VH-RAE.  Sold to New
Holland Airways as VH-GRB. Then to Overland Air 
Services as VH-OAS, then to D. Converse as N4849V.  To N667, to N1000S, to N101S.
Converted to Howard 250 Dec 30, 1959.  To XB-SAO, to N2786^, to N102SD but NTU.
Stored Albuquerque, New Mexico since Oct 1986.  Cancelled Dec 18, 2012.
56046 (MSN 18-2539) to Mexican Air Force, probably as TTL-6001.  W/o prior to Nov 1945.
56047 (MSN 18-2540) registered Dutch Antilles as PJ-AKA to KLM West Indisch 
Bedrijf, 11/43 taken in to Military, flew with military troop carrier 
interior, Aug. 19, 1944 military interior was replaced 
by a civil interior, seats were from Lockheed 12As (see PJ-AKC and PJ-AKF - 
Lockheed 12A-26's/C-40) the conversion took place at Hato. August 11, 1948 wfu.
Dumped into sea at Curacao, north side, Hato Cliff in 1948.
56048 (MSN 18-2541) to Dutch Antilles KLM Sest Indisch Bedrijf as PJ-AKB in 1943. 11/43 taken in to 
Military, flew with military troop carrier interior, Dec 1944 military interior was replaced 
by a civil interior, WFU in 1948, and dumped into sea at Curacao, north side, Hato Cliff in 1948 
56049 (MSN 18-2452)
56050 (MSN 18-2543) to British West Indian Airways as VP-TAQ,
then to H. J. O'Connell Ltd as CF-FSS.  To 3M Co as N23M.  In Jan 1957 converted
to Learstar Mk 1.  To Switzerland Aug 1960 for 3M Europe's operation as HB-AMM.
Returned to 3M USA and reregistered N23M before being sold.  By Apr 8, 1970 registered
as N1040E.  Crashed and burned at night after takeoff Sep 11, 1972 from unlit runway at Clarendon,
Jamaica, apparently on an illicit drug mission.
56051 (MSN 18-2454)
56052 (MSN 18-2545) to National Airlines as NC19111, then N19111.  SOC in 1954
at Miami, repaired, to LV-PMJ, then LV-GHF with Lineas Aereas de Cuyo.  Belly landing at
Azul Mar 27, 1960.
56053 (MSN 18-2546) to NC57800, to Plymouth Oil Co as N57638, to N10P.  Converted to Learstar II.
WFU South Bimini, Bahamas late 1970s, smuggling.  Cancelled Jan 30, 2013.
56054 (MSN 18-2547) to TI-72, to LV-RYU, to N5517A, to N1230. Converted to Howard 250 Nov 2, 1959. To N1230L, to N519DW.
Crashed Villa de Casas, Tamaulipas, Mexico Nov 18, 1976
56055 (MSN 18-2548) to EAIA Cuba, no registration known.  To Great Lakes Steel Corp as NC14922/N14922.
To N338, to N339, to N200KG but NTU.  Stored Texarkana, Ar 1996.  Certificate rexpired Mar 31, 2012.
56056 (MSN 18-2549) to NC44895, to Interstate Aircraft Co as N664, Converted to Learstar I.  To
N1040, to N1040G, to N411MC but NTU, to N1040G.  Crashed near Kosiusko, MS Oct 28, 1982, presumably
on illegal flight.  Current with Vintage Sales Corp.
56057 (MSN 18-2550) to RNZAF as NZ3515 Dec 11, 1943.  Sold as ZK-AKW to Union Airways Jul 19, 1946.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947.  To N4846V.  
Later sold to Cleveland Iron Co as N756.  Converted to Howard 250. To N7611 with LCN Corp 
Geb 23, 1973. Cancelled Aug 9, 1974. 
56058 (MSN 18-2551) to RNZAF as NZ3511 Dec 8, 1943.  Crashed on delivery to Union Airways on landing
at Palmerston North Oct 9, 1945
56059 (MSN 18-2552) to Mexican AF, probably as TTL-6004.
56060 (MSN 18-2553) to Netherlands East Indies AF under Lend-Lease
as LT9-31.  Allocated to 37 Sqn RAAF on loan from NEIAF.
allocated radio callsign VH-RDT (but should be VH-RDA). Registration application
from Air Cargo Pty. Ltd (Fawcett Aviation) as VH-AKY but
NTU, allocated VH-FAC Oct 3, 1950.  Leased to Gibbes
Sepik Airways, PNG as VH-FA .  Converted at Bankstown
to carry 40 passengers.  Damaged Jun 26, 1951 in forced
landing at Jacquinot Bay due to fuel exhaustion and 
navigational difficulties.  Repaired.  Registration
suspended Nov 13, 1952 due to maintenance condition.
Returned to Fawcett Aviation Jun 4, 1953.  Sold to Fieldair
Ltd of NZ Jul 1956.  Converted to aerial topdresser
Nov 10, 1956.  Registered ZK-BMC and named "Makutonga"
crashed near Upper Bideford, NZ Oct 20, 1957 when hit high
ground in bad weather.  Both occupants killed.
56061 (MSN 18-2554) to RNZAF as NZ3512 Dec 8, 1943.  Sold as ZK-AIQ to Union Airways Nov 8, 1945.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947, then to Kelly 
Springfield Tire Co as N55K.  To N55KS, to N655KS (NTU?), to N644KS.  Still N55KS Jul 1968.  
Cancelled as N644KS Apr 15, 1971.
56062 (MSN 18-2555) to RNZAF as NZ3513 Dec 8, 1943.  Sold as ZK-AJM to Union Airways Jun 19, 1946.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947, then to 
Specialty Union Corp as N4836V.  To N611N.  Cancelled Feb 11, 2013.
56063 (MSN 18-2556) to RNZAF as NZ3514 Dec 8, 1943.  Sold as ZK-ANC to Union Airways Nov 21, 1946.
Transferred to New Zealand National Airways when that company was formed Apr 1, 1947,  To USA Apr 1952.
then to H. Bennett as N4635V.  To N7000.  Registered to Fly Safe Ltd inc Jul 28, 1975.  C of R revoked.
56064 (MSN 18-2557) to NC17137
56065 (MSN 18-2558) to NC52098/N52098, to Bechtol Corp as N7013V, to N222B, to N2222B.  Crashed
near San Felipe, Mexico Dec 20, 1966
56066 (MSN 18-2559) to Free French AF as FC-BAG or FC-BAH
56067 (MSN 18-2560) to Free French AF as FC-BAG or FC-BAH.  To 256067/25667, to F-BGXN but NTU.  
Civilianized as N9908F, to N109G.  Converted to Gulfstar Dec 31, 1959.  TO N1048, to N114CA.
56068 (MSN 18-2561) to TI-83, then to YS-21.  To National Automotive Fibres as
N13876.  To NC4496N, to N13876, to N74C
56069 (MSN 18-2562) became NC66110, then to Bell Aviation as
ZS-DAU.  Then to Saudi Arabian Airlines as SA-AAG but not delivered, then to
North Shore Supply as N16A. Converted to 18-50.  Converted to 18-56.  To N1000W, to
N88788, to N1000G.  Now preserved at Disney-MGM Studios, Disneyworld, FL as N1000G.
Cancelled Aug 5, 2013.
56070 (MSN 18-2563) to CF-CPZ with Canadian Pacific Airlines, then to N4850V, 
then to C. Peabody and Co as N9050.  Cashed into Lake Michigan Feb 24, 1958.
56071 (MSN 18-2564) to Services Pipe Line Co as N4040
56072 (MSN 18-2565) to Bell Aviation as NC66076, re-registerd
ZS-DAZ.  Was to have gone to Saudi Arabian Airlines as SA-AAH
but not delivered, went instead to J. C. Dozier as N17A.  To N43RS, to N43WT, to N107CA but NTU.
Cancelled Apr 12, 2005.
56073 (MSN 18-2566) to to TI-74, to YS-27, to C-250.  To G. C. Lennox as NC4478N/N4478N.
56074 (MSN 18-2567) To NC17102/N17102, to New York Aviation Corp as N66D.  Converted to 18-50.  To Royalite
Oil Co as CF-HPS, to N600N.  Crashed Mid-State Airport, Phillipsburg, Pennsylvania Mar 5, 1965
56075 (MSN 18-2568) to C-159, YS-27, C-210, to N1630M, owned by Karl Knight.  In 1952 
became VP-JBC of British Caribbean Airways and crashed into sea on takeoff from Palisadoes Airport
Apr 10, 1953. 13 killed.
56076 (MSN 18-2569) to NC10000.  Crashed near Roanoke, Illinois Jul 9, 1949
56077 (MSN 18-2570) to W. C. Hendrick as NC45334/N45334.  To N9801
56078 (MSN 18-2571) to XBHOK, to N4716, to Mellon National Bank as N20M, to N605V, to N6051, to N625Y,
to N100GP.  Crashed Truckee, California Feb 21, 1977
56079 (MSN 18-2572) to International Paper Co as NC578920/N59720.  Cancelled Feb 8, 2013
56080 (MSN 18-2573) to to NDC44898/N44898, to N665 with Interstate Aircraft Co.  Converted to 18-08. 
Converted to Learstar III (Learstar 1A).  To N900PT, to N511V, to N350A< to N1XV.  Cancelled Nov 8, 2012
56081 (MSN 18-2574) to NC1040, to NC10407/N10407 with New York Wire Cloth Co, to N65A, 
To instructional airframe at Aero Mechanics Vocational High School, Detroit, Michigan Jul 2, 1968.  
Then with Yankee Air Force as N117G.  Destroyed in the fire at Yankee
Air Museum Oct 9, 2004.
56082 (MSN 18-2575) to Universal Trades as NC90601/N90601.  Converted to 18-14, later 18-10.
Later to N13J, then N13JR.  Converted to 18-08
56083 (MSN 18-2576) to NC13K/N13K, to N1929, to N1846 with Mead Corp, to N1846G.  Cancelled Aug 13, 2012.
Stored derelict Lima-Collique Airport, Peru by Sep 1983.  Possibly to Las Palmas AB Training School
Feb 1997 as "FAP-512"
56084 (MSN 18-2577) to NC47790, to H. Woolf and Son Inc as NC66549/N66549.  Crashed near La Para,
Cordoba, Argentina Apr 7, 1967, illegal flight.
43-49613 ... 43-49962
Douglas C-47B-20-DK
MSN 26874/27223 (originally allocated MSN 15429/15778)
49703,49760,49790,49808,49814,49832,49852,
49880,49903,49921,49939,49956 completed as TC-47B-20-DK
49640,49745,49775,49802,49826,49845,49859,
49873,49887,49898,49907,49916,49925,49934,
49943,49952,49961 completed as C-47B-23-DK
49613 (MSN 15429/26874) to US Navy as R4D-6 50819.
49614 (MSN 15430/26875)
49615 (MSN 15431/26876) to US Navy as R4D-8 50821.
49616 (MSN 15432/26877) to US Navy as 50822
49617 (MSN 15433/26878) to US Navy as 50823
49618 (MSN 15434/26879) to RAF as Dakota IV KK182.  SOC Mar 21, 1950.
49619 (MSN 15435/26880) to RAF as Dakota IV KK183.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  
49620 (MSN 15436/26881) to RAF as Dakota IV KK184.  SOC Jun 2, 1950
49621 (MSN 15437/26882) to RAF as Dakota IV KK185.  SOC Sep 5, 1950,
then to Lutheran World Federation as XT-T72, "St. Paul", 
then Max Springweiler, leased to CAT as XT-809, then International 
Air Transport as VR-HEX, then Max Springweiler, 
leased to CAT as B-809.  Sold to Black Knox Co, Pittsburgh as N230BK in 1964, 
sold to SAETA, Quito, as HC-APT in 1967, sold to Ministerio de Agricultura Y 
Ganadona, Quito, in April 1975. 
49622 (MSN 15438/26883)
49623 (MSN 15484/26884) to RAF as Dakota IV KK186.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.
49624 (MSN 15485/26885) to RAF as Dakota IV KK187.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 6, 1948.  To MASDC
49625 (MSN 15486/26886) to RAF as Dakota IV KK188.  DBR when belly landed
at Kalidut, Burma in bad weather May 28, 1946.
49626 (MSN 15487/26887) to RAF as Dakota IV KK189.  Hit sea in
rainstorm and exploded, Akyab Harbor Jul 2, 1945.
49627 (MSN 15488/26888) to RAF as Dakota IV KK190.  Returned
to USAAF Aug 29, 1947.  By 1955 was CF-FBY of Maritime Central
Airlines Ltd.
49628 (MSN 15444/26889) to RAF as Dakota IV KK191.  Returned to 
USAAF Jun 17, 1947, then became G-AKAR Jul 3, 1947.  
Registration cancelled Jan 1, 1951 on export
to S.A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense as PP-VBV 
49629 (MSN 15445/26890) to RAF as Dakota IV KK192.  SOC May 30, 1946
49630 (MSN 26891) crashed during takeoff from Myitkyina South,
Burma Feb 12, 1945.
49631 (MSN 26892)
49632 (MSN 26893)
49633 (MSN 26894) condemned for salvage Aug 27, 1945
49634 (MSN 26895)
49635 (MSN 26896) w/o Jul 5, 1945 in landing accident at Nanning, China
49636 (MSN 26897)
49637 (MSN 26898)
49638 (MSN 15454/26899) to N86438, then to Spanish AF as T.3-32
49639 (MSN 26900) to Paraguayan AF as T-49 in 1964.  Q/o Jun 4, 1965.
49640 (MSN 26901)
49641 (MSN 26902) converted to VC-47B.  To Thai AF through MAP Mar 13, 1964 as L2-30/07. Converted
to AC-47D by Sep 1970.  W/o Ubon Ratchathani
Aug 9, 1983.
49642 (MSN 15458/26903) to USAAF Jan 15, 1945.  To Cathay Pacific Airlines as VR-HEC.  Chartered to user
in Indonesia which was linked to the potential sale of the aircraft.
Bought by Indonesian Airways Oct 14, 1948.  In Aug 1950 to Indonesian
nationalist air force (AURI) as RI-001, named Seulawah, then used by Indonesian Airways.
Flown under charter to Burmese government during 1945 and part of 1950.
49643 (MSN 26904)
49644 (MSN 26905) crashed 15 mi NW of Mangshih, India when ran out of fuel Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12038.  Crew bailed out.
49645 (MSN 26906)
49646 (MSN 26907) w/o Oct 5, 1945 over the Hump
49647 (MSN 26908)
49648 (MSN 26909) to Taiwan
49649 (MSN 26910)
49650 (MSN 26911)
49651 (MSN 26912)
49652 (MSN 26913)
49653 (MSN 26914)
49654 (MSN 26915) to MASDC
49655 (MSN 26916/15471) to India for government of Orissa as VT-CLA.  It was
owned by Orissa, but was purchased in support of the Indonesian
republic.  W/o Oct 21, 1947 while on charter to the Indonesian government.
It was either shot down or crashed while evading the Dutch forces.
There is a VT-CLA on display in the TNI-AU Museum, but it is
another aircraft.
49656 (MSN 26917)
49657 (MSN 26918) crashed WSW of Tiengo Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12028
49658 (MSN 26919)
49659 (MSN 26920) to Aerea Teseo of Florence, Italy as I-GENO
49660 (MSN 26921/15476) on December 23, 1944 delivered to USAF.  On May 07, 1945 to 
Forca Aerea Brasileira as FAB-09, then FAB-2017. October 10, 1978 to Royal Taxi Aereo (Votec)
of Belem State of Para, Brazil, registered as PT-KZG.  December 1997 to the Aeroclube do Rio 
Grande do Sul, registered as PP-VBN.  Completely restored, painted in VARIG 
livery and still flying in 2003 in air shows.
49661 (MSN 15477/26922) to Brazilian AF as FAB-10, then FAB-2018.
Then to Paraguayan AF as T-33, then FAP 2034.  Destroyed in
1987 at the town of Capitan Pablo Langerenza, Asuncion, Paraguay.
49662 (MSN 15478/26923) to Brazilian AF as FAB-11, then FAB-2019.
W/o Apr 14, 1945 at Barreiras, BA, Brazil.
49663 (MSN 26924) to Navy as BuNo 50826
49664 (MSN 26925) Lend-Lease to French AF
49665 (MSN 15481/26926) to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349665, call sign F-RAMG, for service in French Indo China. 
Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
49666 (MSN 26927) Lend-Lease to French AF
49667 (MSN 15483/26928) to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349667, call sign F-RBFL, for service in French Indo China. 
Aug 9, 1951 written off (DBR) in Saigon, French Indo China.
49668 (MSN 26929)
49669 (MSN 26930)
49670 (MSN 26931)
49671 (MSN 26932)
49672 (MSN 26933)
49673 (MSN 26934)
49674 (MSN 26935)
49675 (MSN 26936)
49676 (MSN 26937)
49677 (MSN 26938)
49678 (MSN 26939) w/o Oct 12, 1945 in crash 5 mi ENE of Dum Dum AP, India
49679 (MSN 26940) converted to EC-47P.  Hit while parked by China Airlines C-46 Feb 18, 1967.
49680 (MSN 26941) damaged in takeoff accident at Kunming, China May 4, 1945.
49681 (MSN 26942) w/o Nov 4, 1950 in takeoff accident at Misawa AB, Japan
49682 (MSN 26943)
49683 (MSN 26944) w/o Oct 23, 1945, India, condemned Oct 23, 1945
49684 (MSN 26945) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49685 (MSN 26946) damaged Jul 5, 1945 in taxi accident at Kunming, China
49686 (MSN 26947) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49687 (MSN 26948)
49688 (MSN 26949) to VC-47B.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1969
49689 (MSN 26950)
49690 (MSN 26951) condemned for salvage Oct 29, 1946
49691 (MSN 15507/26952) to Libya, later to Turkish AF as 691 in 1974.
49692 (MSN 26953)
49693 (MSN 26954) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49694 (MSN 26955)
49695 (MSN 26956) to Turkish AF Nov 26, 1946 as 6011, coded TK-11
49696 (MSN 26957) damaged Mar 3, 1945 Liangahan, China  (taxi accident)
49697 (MSN 26958) 
49698 (MSN 26959) to MASDC
49699 (MSN 26960)
49700 (MSN 26961) to MASDC Mar 9, 1970
49701 (MSN 26962) converted to AC-47B, to Vietnam AF, to Cambodian AF Jan 29, 1971.  To Thailand in 1968.
49702 (MSN 26963)
49703 (MSN 26964) converted to EC-47N then to EC-47P.  To Vietnam AF, to Cambodia AF, to Thai AF.  Now on 
display in Ripley's Royal Garden Plaza, Pattaya, Thailand.
49704 (MSN 26965) with 21st TCS, while flying at reduced speed for airdrop of combat supplies to troops east of
Hyesanjin, Korea Nov 21, 1950 stalled in left bank at 300 feet and crashed and burned.  All 7 crew killed.
49705 (MSN 26966) to AC-47.  W/o Sep 29, 1960 reportedly w/o
49706 (MSN 26967)
49707 (MSN 26968) in 1987 preserved at Hector Field, Fargo, ND although nominally
on charge of USAFM
49708 (MSN 26969) to RAF as Dakota IV KK193.  Sold as scrap Sep 9, 1957
49709 (MSN 26970) to RAF as Dakota IV KK194.  Flew into Bed Talaidh
Mountain, Mull Feb 1, 1945 while descending through cloud
during ferry flight.
49710 (MSN 26971) to RAF as Dakota IV KK195.  DBR when undercarriage
unlocked on landing causing aircraft to belly land, Alon
airstrip, Burma Mar 29, 1945.
49711 (MSN 26972) to RAF as Dakota IV KK196.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.  To Israel as 4X-AED.  To Israel Defense
Force Air Force as 007.  WFU by Jan 2001.
49712 (MSN 26973/15528) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50830.
49713 (MSN 26974) to RAF as Dakota IV KK197.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955
49714 (MSN 26975) to RAF as Dakota IV KK198.  To Trans Air as G-AMVK.  To
Aden Airways as VR-AAM.  W/o Apr 12, 1964 when crashed at
Hargeisa (HGA), Somalia.  15 killed.
49715 (MSN 26976) to RAF as Dakota IV KK199.  Crashed during attempted
forced landing 100 mi WNW of Cloncurry, Queensland Jan 16, 1946
after running out of fuel while lost.
49716 (MSN 26977) to RAF as Dakota IV KK200.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955.
49717 (MSN 26978)
49718 (MSN 26979) to RAF as Dakota IV KK201.  Transferred to BOAC
as G-AGNF Feb 14, 1945. Registration cancelled Mar 8, 1950 on
sale as XY-ACM
49719 (MSN 26980) to RAF as Dakota IV KK202.  Sold Mar 27, 1953, had
already been registered G-AMZB Mar 26, 1953.  Registration
subsequently cancelled on sale as OO-SBK.  Registered EC-WSP May 23, 1962 to Spantax and to EC-ASP
May 1968.  Currently with Fundacio Parc Aeronautic de Catalunya at Sabadell, Barcelonia.
49720 (MSN 26981) to RAF as Dakota IV KK203.  DBR when tire burst on
on takeoff causing aircraft to swerve into soft sand and
undercarriage to collapse, Kyaukpyu Mar 19, 1945.
49721 (MSN 26982) to RAF as Dakota IV KK204.  SOC Sep 11, 1950.
49722 (MSN 26983) to USN as R4D-6 50832 Jan 2, 1945.
49723 (MSN 26984) to RAF as Dakota IV KK205.  Returned to USAAF May 11, 1948.  To Belgian AF Feb 23, 1949 as
K24.  Back to USAF Sep 18, 1952.  To Armee de l'Air as 349723/49723 Sep 25, 1952, call signs F-RAND,
F-RAZV, F-RBFN, F-RCAL Chateaudin in 1971, sold as F-BTDH May 1972.  To Congo AF as TN-211.
49724 (MSN 26985) to RAF as Dakota IV KK206.  Transferred to BOAC as
G-AGNK Feb 14, 1945.  WFU at Southend Dec 14, 1963 and
scrapped during 1966 
49725 (MSN 15541/26986) to RAF as Dakota IV KK207.  Returned to USAAF Sep 8, 1948.  To Spanish AF as T.3-22 Nov 1957
and W/o Jun 25, 1968
49726 (MSN 26987) to RAF as Dakota IV KK208.  Crash landed 3 mi W of
Mingaladon Feb 22, 1946 after losing power on approach.
49727 (MSN 26988) to Navy as BuNo 50833
49728 (MSN 26989) to RAF as Dakota IV KK209.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group, later to West German AF.  Now preserved at
Oberschleissheim (Deutsches Museum), Germany wearing serial 14+01.
49729 (MSN 26990) to RAF as Dakota IV KK210.  Sold Sep 9, 1957, became
ST-AAL.
49730 (MSN 26991) to RAF as Dakota IV KK211.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49731 (MSN 26992) to RAF as Dakota IV KK212.  SOC Apr 24, 1950.
49732 (MSN 26993) to Navy as BuNo 50834
49733 (MSN 26994) to RAF as Dakota IV KK213.  Sold Feb 6, 1953, became VP-YKH "Matabele"
of Central African Airways
49734 (MSN 26995) to RAF as Dakota IV KK214.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
49735 (MSN 15551/26996) to RAF as Dakota IV KK215.  Returned to USAAF Jun 12, 1947,
then to Belgian AF as K27 (call sign OT-CWM), later to NEIAF X-4.  To Philippine civil registry as
PI-C643, RP-C643
49736 (MSN 15552/26997) to RAF as Dakota IV KK216.  Registered G-AGNG
Feb 14, 1945.  To EI-ADY Jun 4, 1948.  Reverted to G-AGNG
Oct 1948.  Registration G-AGNG cancelled Jan 26, 1951 on
sale to Quebecair as CF-GVZ.
49737 (MSN 26998) to Navy as BuNo 50835
49738 (MSN 26999) to RAF as Dakota IV KK217.  DBR when overshot
landing at Beirut May 18, 1945 believed due to brake failure.
49739 (MSN 27000) to RAF as Dakota IV KK218.  Transferred to SAAF
as 6865 Sep 27, 1945
49740 (MSN 27001) to RAF as Dakota IV KK219.  Transferred to Greek
AF Apr 30, 1947
49741 (MSN 27002) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK220 but
diverted to SAAF as 6852, no RAF service.
49742 (MSN 27003) to Navy as BuNo 50836
49743 (MSN 27004) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN200, but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.  Renumbered 12902 in 1970.
49744 (MSN 27005) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN201, but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.  Renumbered 12903 in 1970.  To civil registry as N46938 and
cancelled on Dec 20 1990 on export to Malawi
49745 (MSN 27006) to N94470 in 1974, to HK-2518X and w/o Nov 10, 1999.
49746 (MSN 27007)
49747 (MSN 27008/15563) to US Navy as 50837 Jan 1945
49748 (MSN 27009)
49749 (MSN 27010)
49750 (MSN 27011) damaged Feb 1, 1945 Barrackpore, India  (taxi accident)
49751 (MSN 27012) w/o in ground loop accident at Kimpo AB, South Korea Apr 12, 1951.
49752 (MSN 27013) damaged in crash landing at Luliang, China Jul 19, 1945, condemned Jul 19, 1945.
49753 (MSN 27014) to Philippine AF
49754 (MSN 27015) w/o Oct 13, 1945 Missing between Okinawa & Laoag, Philippines. 6 lost
49755 (MSN 27016) by 1954 was PI-C95 of Philippine Air Lines, later RP-C95
49756 (MSN 27017) to Philippine AF.  To PI-C95
49757 (MSN 27018) damaged in landing accident at Itazuke AB, Japan Apr 2, 1947
49758 (MSN 27019)
49759 (MSN 27020)
49760 (MSN 27021) to MASDC Jan 10, 1967
49761 (MSN 27022)
49762 (MSN 27023) (374th TCG) lost Jun 18, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14772.
49763 (MSN 27024) to US Navy as BuNo 50838.
49764 (MSN 27025) w/o Apr 26, 1951  reportedly w/o 
49765 (MSN 27026) by 1954 was PI-C94 of Philippine Air Lines
49766 (MSN 27027) to AC-47D
49767 (MSN 27028) To NC90908, PP-YQJ, AE-10T (FAA) & re-serialled T-28 (Sep 20, 1960), to TC-28 Sep 1964
49768 (MSN 27029) (403rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 13th Troop Carrier Squadron) disappeared
on flight near Zamboanga, Philippines Nov 6, 1945. Crashed and burned on a mountain peak
at Sindangan, Mindanao.  All 5 onboard killed.
49769 (MSN 27030)
49770 (MSN 27031/15586) While attached to 1856 AACS at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma was damaged by taxiing
C-46D 44-78021.  Converted to AC-47D. Named "Spooky 71".   Damaged in flight by mortar
round Feb 24, 1969.  Medal of Honor awarded to John L. Levitow.  To South Vietnam AF
49771 (MSN 27032) converted to EC-47Q.  Crashed on takeoff Nov 21, 1972, Vietnam.
2 of 10 aboard killed.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49772 (MSN 27033) to El Salvador AF as 104 Sep 1967
49773 (MSN 27034) w/o Aug 1, 1962, reportedly w/o.
49774 (MSN 27035) to EC-47B then to AC-47B.  To Spanish AF as T.3-17 Aug 1957
49775 (MSN 27036) tp PP-SPQ
49776 (MSN 27037) to MASDC.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970
49777 (MSN 27038)
49778 (MSN 27039) to MASDC
49779 (MSN 27040)
49780 (MSN 27041)
49781 (MSN 27042) to French AF.  To Thai AF 1959.  May have been the plane w/o at
Ubon Ratchathani Sep 3, 1964.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49782 (MSN 27043) w/o Nov 5, 1953 crash 2 miles N of Calhan, CO
49783 (MSN 27044) damaged Feb 11, 1951 Love Fd, Dallas, TX  (landing)
49784 (MSN 27045) converted to SC-47B.  During routine wing inspection
at OGMA, Portugal late 1963, extensive corrosion found,
aircraft returned to RAF Mildenhall and SOC for reclamation
Jan 15, 1964.  After removal of useful parts, aircraft was
dumped on airfield until destroyed for fire practice during
Oct 1964.
49785 (MSN 27046) to Ecuadorian AF as HC-AUP
49786 (MSN 27047) to civil registry as N376AS, ZS-OBU, 5Y-BNK, ZS-OBU, then unknown
5Y registration, then N376AS, and reverted to ZS-OBU.  Converted to DC-3C-TP and active as N500MF
49787 (MSN 27048) to Aerea Teseo of Florence, Italy as I-BOLO
49788 (MSN 27049) crashed into mountain Dutch New Guinea May 13, 1945.  20 of 23 onboard killed.
49789 (MSN 27050) to Ecuadorian AF as HC-AUS
49790 (MSN 15606/27051) to Taxi Aereo el Llanero (TAL) Feb 2, 1972
as HK-1333.  W/o Feb 23, 1974 when landed in unprepared field after
engine problems with fire after takeoff from Cali-Alfonso B.
Aragon Airport, Colombia.
49791 (MSN 15607/27052) w/o Dec 14, 1945 at Heraklion Field, Crete
49792 (MSN 15608/27053) damaged Jan 26, 1950 Itazuke AFB, Japan  (taxi accident).  W/o Feb 26, 1957  reportedly w/o 
49793 (MSN 15609/27054) damaged in ground accident at Cheng Kun, China Aug 30, 1945.
49794 (MSN 15610/27055) 
49795 (MSN 15611/27056)
49796 (MSN 15612/27057)
49797 (MSN 15613/27058)
49798 (MSN 15614/27059)
49799 (MSN 15615/27060) w/o Dec 9, 1947 in crash 30 mi SE of Izmir, Turkey.
49802 (MSN 15618/27063) to PP-SPP
49805 (MSN 15621/27066) to RAF as Dakota IV KN202.  Missing between
Meiktila and Payegyi, Burma during supply drop mission May 3, 1945.
49806 (MSN 15622/27067) to RAF as Dakota IV KN203.  Crashed on overshoot
at Mingaladon Feb 28, 1947
49807 (MSN 15623/27068) to RAF as Dakota IV KN204.  DBR when swung off
runway at Mingaladon Nov 4, 1945 when undercarriage leg
collapsed during takeoff.
49808 (MSN 15624/27069) to civil registry as N4893V.  Later to Transportes Aereos
Nacional (Nacional) originally as PP-AOC (NTU), later PP-AKC.  To
Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AKC.  To Brazilian 
AF as FAB 2071.  To Conagra as PT-KVJ.  WFU in
1963, ultimate fate uncertain.
49809 (MSN 15625/27070) to RAF as Dakota IV KN205. Destroyed by fire
after forced landing near Saigon Feb 11, 1946 when propeller
ran away on takeoff.
49810 (MSN 15626/26071) to RAF as Dakota IV KN206.  SOC Jul 21, 1946
49811 (MSN 15627/26072) to RAF as Dakota IV KN207.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49812 (MSN 15628/26073) to RAF as Dakota IV KN208.  Crashed during
attempted forced landing 2 mi S of Leikthe while lost in
cloudy conditions during supply drop mission Jul 7, 1945.
49813 (MSN 15629/27074) to RAF as Dakota IV KN209.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.
To civilian registry as CF-CGJ, then to RCAF as 10917.
49815 (MSN 15631/27076) to RAF as Dakota IV KN210.  DBR whe overshot
landing on wet runway and undercarriage collapsed, Mingaladon
Aug 11, 1945.
49816 (MSN 15632/27077) to RAF as Dakota IV KN211.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 31, 1947.
49817 (MSN 15633/27078) to RAF as Dakota IV KN212.  Sold Apr 24, 1953,
registered G-AMZF same day.  Registration cancelled Jun 1, 1966
on sale as CF-RTY.
49818 (MSN 15634/27079) to RAF as Dakota IV KN213.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 12, 1947.  To PH-TFC
49819 (MSN 15635/27080) to RAF as Dakota IV KN214.  Registered G-AMJX Jun 2, 1951.  To
Moroccan AF as 49819/CN-ALJ Aug 1963.  Reported at Empire State Aerosciences
Museum, Scotia NY painted as 316250.
49820 (MSN 15636/27081) to RAF as Dakota IV KN215.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group May 22, 1953.
49821 (MSN 15637/27082) to RAF as Dakota IV KN216.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To AP-ACY, to N4044A, to Armee de l'Air as 49821, to XW-TDL Lao Air Charter
49822 (MSN 15638/27083) to RAF as Dakota IV KN217.  SOC Jun 26, 1945.
49823 (MSN 15639/27084) to RAF as Dakota IV KN218.  Broke up in air
during supply drop mission over Burma Jun 26, 1945 when control
was lost in cloud following engine failure.
49824 (MSN 15640/27085) to RAF as Dakota IV KN219.   Returned to
USAAF Sep 12, 1947, then to Belgian AF as K25
(call sign OT-CNN) then to French AF as 49924, to Aeronavale as 424.  To N70BF.  Modified as DC365TP
(turboprop), to N887AM, N146JR, 5YRDS
49825 (MSN 15641/27086) to RAF as Dakota IV KN220.  Wrecked when struck
while parked by C-46, Chittagong Mar 19, 1945. 
49826 to VC-47B.  To MASDC
49827 (MSN 15643/27088) to RAF as Dakota IV KN221.  DBR by typhoon
at Kai Tak Jul 18, 1946 
49828 (MSN 15644/27089) to RAF as Dakota IV KN222.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947 then to Belgian AF K25 (call sign OT-CWK), then 
back to USAF.
49829 (MSN 15645/27090) to RAF as Dakota IV KN223.  DBR when tipped up
after tire burst on landing, Hathazari Apr 16, 1945.
49830 (MSN 15646/27091) to RAF as Dakota IV KN224.  SOC Aug 30, 1945.
49831 (MSN 15647/27092) to RAF as Dakota IV KN225.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49832 (MSN 15648/27093) completed as TC-47B-20-DK
49833 (MSN 15649/27094) to RAF as KN226.  W/o in landing accident at Semarang AP, Indonesia Jun 20, 1946
49834 (MSN 15650/27095) to RAF as KN227
49835 (MSN 15651/27096) to RAF as KN228
49836 (MSN 15652/27097) to RAF as KN229. Q/o in landing accident at Victoria Point, Burma Feb 12, 1946
49837 (MSN 15653/27098) to RAF as KN230.  To NC4724V, to YV-C-ARC, to PP-ASN, to
PP-AYC, to government of Brazil as PP-ENB, to Brazilian AF as FAB 2090.
To Paraguayan AF as FAP 2032.  Now derelict at Asuncion-Presidente
Stroessner, Paraguay.
49838 (MSN 15654/27099) to RAF as KN231.  Registered G-AMXW
May 29, 1953.  Registration cancelled Jul 1, 1953 on sale
to Sudan Airways as SN-AAH.  Reregistered ST-AAH, then to Sudan AF as 424.
Reported 2005 at Caesar's Palace Casino, Johannesburg, South Africa painted
as SAAF 6805 and/or ZS-BMF.
49839 (MSN 15655/27100) to RAF as KN232
49840 (MSN 15656/27101) to RAF as KN233
49841 (MSN 15657/27102) to RAF as KN234
49842 (MSN 15658/27103) to RAF as KN235
49843 (MSN 15659/27104) to RAF as KN236.  To Indian AF.  Crashed into valley at
10,000 feet 38 mi N of Chitral, India Oct 17, 1946.  11 killed.
49844 (MSN 15660)27105) to RAF as KN237
49845 (MSN 15661/27106) completed as C-47B-23-DK.  to MASDC Jan 7, 1971.
49846 (MSN 15662/27107) to RAF as Dakota IV KN238.  DBR when swung
on landing and undercarriage collapsed, Berlin/Gatow Aug 1, 1948
49847 (MSN 15663/27108) to RAF as Dakota IV KN239.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To India and Pakistan as H-718.  To England and
Field Aircraft Services (Hunting Aviation) as G-ANMB.  After another period of about 
a year flying for Aigle-Azur Indochine as F-BGSM the aircraft came to Deutches Lufthansa 
as D-CADE and later Bavaria Flug-dienst with the same registration. Transair of Sweden 
leased the aircraft between March and December 1961. After returning to Bavaria the 
aircraft ended in the South Arabian Air Force in 1967 as G-41-2-67 and later 
on South Yemen Peoples Republic Air Force as 202.  Recent report that this plane is
at Auto and Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
49848 (MSN 15664/27109) to RAF as Dakota IV KN240.  Ditched in South China Sea 80
mi NE of Kuantan, Malaya Aug 30, 1950.
49849 (MSN 15665/27110) to RAF as Dakota IV KN241.  Sold Apr 10, 1953.
To civil registry as G-AMZH.  Operated by
Stavros Niarcos by TransAir between 1947 and 1960 until TransAir was acquired
by Air Work and merged into BUA.  In 1965, bought
by TAA and registered as VH-SBW. Reregistered P2-SNW.  Registered as P2-ANQ in 
1976.  Reported 2005 in Air Niugini Collection, Jackson AP, Port Moresby. 
49850 (MSN 15666/27111) to RAF as Dakota IV KN242.  SOC May 30, 1946.
49851 (MSN 15667/27112) to RAF as Dakota IV KN243.  SOC Jul 8, 1948
49852 (MSN 15668/27113) delivered as TC-47B-20-DK.
to FC-47D "Puff the Magic Dragon";  In 1987 preserved at Bishops Museum, 
Honolulu, HI although nominally on charge of USAF
49853 (MSN 15669/27114) to RAF as Dakota IV KN244.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To H-710 Pakistan AF, sold as AP-ACD to Pakair in 1948
49854 (MSN 15670/27115) to RAF as Dakota IV KN245.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  To Iranian Airlines as EP-ACI.
W/o Dec 26, 1948 when destroyed by fire at Birjand Airport, Iran
49855 (MSN 15671/27116) to RAF as Dakota IV KN246.  Wrecked when swung
on takeoff and struck parked Spitfires, Mingaladon Oct 16, 1945
49856 (MSN 15672/27117) to RAF as Dakota IV KN247.  DBR by typhoon,
Kai Tak Jul 18, 1946.
49857 (MSN 15673/27118) to RAF as Dakota IV KN248.  Destroyed by fire
when belly landed 100 mi E of Saigon after both engines failed
Nov 1, 1945.
49858 (MSN 15674/27119) to RAF as Dakota IV KN249.  Belly landed 2 mi
NE of Basal after engine failed on takeoff Aug 16, 1945.
49859 (MSN 15675/27120) delivered as C-47B-23-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Shot down near Phan Rang Feb 14, 1968.  8 KIA.
49860 (MSN 15676/27121) to RAF as Dakota IV KN250.  Crash landed 4 mi
NNE of Basal after engine failed on takeoff Aug 16, 1945.
49861 (MSN 15677/27122) to RAF as Dakota IV KN251.  Abandoned takeoff
and belly landed, Castel Benito Feb 17, 1945
49862 (MSN 15678/27123) delivered to 9CCS
49863 (MSN 15679/27124)
49864 (MSN 15680/27125)
49865 (MSN 15681/27126) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 9, 1972.
49866 (MSN 15682/27127) to RAF as ZD215. To RAAF as A65-69 Jan 1945. Flown to RAF 
Gatow, Berlin 18/6/80, for which purpose it had to adopt RAF colours and was 
given serial ZD215, as at that time only aircraft of the four 'occupying 
powers' (USA, Britain, France and the Soviet Union) were allowed to fly into 
West Berlin. Once there, it reverted to RAAF colours and by 1988 was 
displayed at Gatow as an 'airlift memorial'
49867 (MSN 15683/27128) to RAAF as A65-82 Jan 1945.  To Indonesia AF as P504
in 1970. 
49868 (MSN 15684/27129) to RAAF as A65-70 (VH-CIM) Jan 1945.  To civilian registry as
N16892, then PK-JDC, PK-JDE, PK-EHC.  Crashed Jan 22, 1973, Pontianak, 
Borneo.
49869 (MSN 15685/27130) to RAAF as A65-68 Jan 1945 (VH-CUY) Jan 1945.  To PNG Defence Force Jan 
1976 as P2-004.  49869 flying in Australia as VH-DNA
49870 (MSN 15686/27131)	to RAAF as A65-71 Feb 1945.  Operated with wartime
call sign VH-CIN.  Carried Prime Minister Curtin's body from
Canberra to Perth for funeral in 1945.  To Australian War
Memorial.  Under restoration at Treloar Centre.			
49871 (MSN 15687/27132) to RAAF as A65-72A Jan 1945.  Lost on delivery when ditched in Pacific on route
to Honolulu Jan 18, 1945.
49872 (MSN 15688/27133) to RCAF as Dakota IV 963.  To Indian AF as BJ912 in 1963.
49873 (MSN 15689/27134)
49874 (MSN 15690/27135) to RCAF as Dakota IV 984.  W/o St. Hubert Jul 28, 1952.
49875 (MSN 15691/27136) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349875, for service in French Indo China. 
Jul 5, 1947 written off (DBR) in a crash at Saigon, French Indo China.
49876 (MSN 15692/27137) Lend-Lease to French AF. To Israeli AF as 022/4X-FNQ. Registered N472DK 
to JAAT LLC of Wilmington, DE May 5, 2003.  Converted AC-47T by Basler
and delivered to Colombian AF as FAC 1683
49877 (MSN 15693/27138) to NC28802, by 1954 was PP-VBO of S.A. Empresa de
Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense.  Broken up in 1970.
49878 (MSN 27139) Lend-Lease to French AF
49879 (MSN 27140) Lend-Lease to French AF
49881 (MSN 27142) Lend-Lease to French AF
49882 (MSN 15698/27143) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349882, for service in French Indo China. 
Jan 19, 1947 written off (DBR) in a crash at Annam, French Indo China.
49883 (MSN 27144) to RNZAF as NZ3531.  To NZNAC as ZK-AZA.  Leased to Fiji Airways Oct 1967
as VQ-FBF, and on Fijian independence reregistered as DQ-FBF.
49884 (MSN 27145) to RNZAF as NZ3533.  By 1954 was ZK-AOJ of New
Zealand National Airways. To XW-TDI (1968) Lao Airlines and W/o Jun 30, 1971.
49885 (MSN 27146) to RNZAF as NZ3532.  In 1947 to ZK-AOD of New Zealand National Airways.
49886 (MSN 27147)
49887 (MSN 27148) to Paraguayan AF as T-69, reserialed to FAP-2016 in 1980.
49893 (MSN 15709/27154) by 1954 was OD-AAB of Middle East Airlines SA.  To Spanish AF as T.3-3 May 1957 and w/o
at Albecete, Spain Feb 17, 1967.
49899 (MSN 27160) w/o Nov 1,1 946 at Taiden, South Korea
49900 (MSN 27161) to Philippine AF
49901 (MSN 27162) damaged Sep 9, 1945 Ciampino A/p, Italy  (ground accident)
49902 (MSN 27163) to Philippine AF.
49903 (MSN 27164) w/o Feb 5, 1965 reportedly w/o
49905 (MSN 27166) w/o Sep 30, 1945 Aomori Fd, Japan
49906 (MSN 27167)  USAAF to CNRRA (CAT)  Jan 4, 1947 Manila to China, re-serialled as “906” & named
“Peiping”, to XT-803,  br/u  Oct 25, 1948
49907 (MSN 27168) converted to VC-47D. To MASDC Jan 12, 1967.  On Jan 18, 1968 to Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47D, to South Vietnamese AF
49908 (MSN 27169) to Philippine AF
49909 (MSN 27170) to Philippine AF
49910 (MSN 27171) to Philippine AF
49911 (MSN 27172) to Philippine AF
49912 (MSN 27173) w/o in takeoff accident at Pomigliano, Italy Mar 29, 1945.
49913 (MSN 27174) by 1954 was PI-C96 of Philippine Air Lines, later PI-C646, RP-C646.  WFU at Manila Feb 1984.
49914 (MSN 15730/27175) w/o when it crashed into a mountain Sep 17, 1945, 60 miles SW Yokohama, Japan on a flight from Motobu Strip, 
Okinawa enroute to Atsugi, Japan on a cargo flight
49915 (MSN 27176) w/o Mar 28, 1950 in crash 26 mi SE of Komaki AB, Japan.  3 killed.
49916 (MSN 15732/27177) to USAAF. To Cruzeiro do Sul reg. PP-CCA. On Apr 21, 1946 W/o (DBR) at Corumba, MS, Braz
49917 (MSN 27178) to RAF as Dakota IV KN252.  DBR when undercarriage
collapsed after engine caught fire and aircraft ground looped
because brakes failed, Fassberg Jul 24, 1948.
49918 (MSN 27179) to RAF as Dakota IV KN253.  SOC Oct 19, 1948.
49919 (MSN 27180) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1958 as L2-25/01.  
Converted to AC-47D by South Vietnam AF Sep 1967.  W/o due
to corrosion Oct 1990.  To scrapyard by Mar 2000.
49920 (MSN 27181) to RAF as Dakota IV KN254.  Broke up in cloud 30 mi
NE of Agartala Jun 7, 1945.
49921 (MSN 27182) on civil registry as N709Z
49922 (MSN 27183) to RAF as Dakota IV KN255.  DBR when crash landed
after tire burst during takeoff, Chandina Mar 23, 1945.
49923 (MSN 27184) to RCAF as Dakota IV KN256.  To Canada Apr 22, 1946.
49924 (MSN 27185) to RAF as Dakota IV KN257. SOC Jul 5, 1950.
49925 (MSN 15741/27186) converted to VC-47D, to Cambodian AF May 24, 1972.  To Thai Navy.  Noted derelict Oct 1997.
49926 (MSN 27187) to RAF as Dakota IV KN258.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946.
Renumbered 12907 in 1970.  After RCAF service registeered as C-FPIK with Air Inuit Ltd and cancelled
Mar 22, 1984.  To N12907 and now on display at Carolina Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  It was 
operated by Sabre Air.
49927 (MSN 15743/27188) to RAF as Dakota IV KN259.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 13, 1947.  To UK civil registry as G-AKOZ Jan 2, 1948.  To Madagascar as 5R-MME
49928 (MSN 27189) to RAF as Dakota IV KN260.  Sold to Pakistan AF Jul 8, 1948.
49929 (MSN 27190) to RAF as Dakota IV KN261.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 8, 1946.
Renumbered 12908 in 1970.  W/o with Skycraft Air Transport of Ontario as C-GSCA when it crashed Jan 9, 1984
49930 (MSN 27191) to AC-47D.  To MASDC. To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970.
49931 (MSN 27192) to RAF as Dakota IV KN262.  Returned to USAAF Jul 31, 1947.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
reg 349931, call sign F-RANR, then F-RASL, F-RAMR later F-RBDW for service in French Indo China. Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) 
at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam
49932 (MSN 27193) to RAF as Dakota IV KN263.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49933 (MSN 27194) to RAF as Dakota IV KN264.  Ditched in swamp north of Isiolo, Kenya after engine fire Jun 27, 1907
49935 (MSN 27196) to RAF as Dakota IV KN265.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
49937 (MSN 27198) to RAF as Dakota IV KN266.  To Military Aircraft Assistance Group Nov 11, 1953.
49938 (MSN 27199) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN267, but
diverted to SAAF as 6853, no RAF service.  To N148RD.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of 
Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
49940 (MSN 27201) to RAF as Dakota IV KN268.  SOC Jan 26, 1950
49941 (MSN 27202) to RAF as Dakota IV KN269.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 22, 1946
49942 (MSN 27203) to RAF as Dakota IV KN270.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 1, 1946.  Renumbered 12909 in 1970.
49943 (MSN 27204) damaged Feb 6, 1951 Detroit City A/p, MI  (landing).  To MASDC Apr 16, 1970
49944 (MSN 27205) to RAF as Dakota IV KN271.  Ditched off east coast of Greenland 450 mi W of Reykjavik during 
ferry flight Feb 6, 1945.
49945 (MSN 27206) to RAF as Dakota IV KN272.  Transferred to Greek AF Apr 30, 1947
49946 (MSN 27207) to RAF as Dakota IV KN273.  Sold Jul 21, 1945, registered G-ANTB next day.  Crashed at Oak 
Walk, St Peter, Jersey Apr 14, 1965.
49947 (MSN 27208) registered I-TRIS.  To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as MM61799
49948 (MSN 27209) to RAF as Dakota IV KN274.  Sold Apr 26, 1952, registered G-AMSM Apr 28, 1952.  WFU after 
ground looping at Lydd AP Aug 17, 1978.
49949 (MSN 27210) to RAF as Dakota IV KN275.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 11, 1947.  To S. T. A. March 1948 as F-BEIC.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 49949, call sign F-RAYC 
for service in French Indo China.   Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam
49950 (MSN 27211) to RAF as Dakota IV KN276.  To Belgian AF
Jan 5, 1950 as K-30 (call sign OT-CNQ).  To Laos as XW-PCM
49951 (MSN 27212) to RAF as Dakota IV KN277.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946
49952 (MSN 27213) damaged Jun 21, 1947 Peterson Fd, CO  (landing)
49953 (MSN 27214) to RCAF as Dakota IV KN278.  w/o 1963
49954 (MSN 15770/27215) to RAF as Dakota IV KN279.  sold Jun 19, 1953.
Registered G-ANAD Jun 23, 1953.  Registration cancelled Mar 17, 1954 on sale to
Aden Airways as VR-AAI.
49955 (MSN 15771/27216) to RAF as Dakota IV KN280.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
49956 (MSN 15772/27217) damaged Jan 9, 1946 Minter Fd, CA  (landing).  To MASDC
49957 (MSN 15773/27218) to RAF as Dakota IV KN281.  Transferred to
RCAF Apr 22,1946.  Renumbered 12910 in 1970.  On US civil
registry as N64766.
49959 (MSN 27220) to RAF as Dakota IV KN282.  Aircraft was used
to return the Dutch royal family to Holland Aug 2, 1945. DBR
when caught fire on ground at Waterbeach Oct 4, 1949
49960 (MSN 27221) to RAF as Dakota IV KN283.  Broke up while flying
in cloud 9 mi SE of East Karin, Burma Jun 2, 1945.
49961 (MSN 27222) by 1954 was PP-AVN of Empresa de Transportes
Aerovias Brasil S.A.
49962 (MSN 27223) to RAF as Dakota IV KN284.  SOC Feb 16, 1950.  Had
been peronal aircraft of Air Vice Marshal Graham.
44-84992 ... 44-85336
Lockheed P-80A-1-LO Shooting Star
MSN 080-1015/1359. Model 80.  Redesignated F-80-1-LO Jun 11, 1948
84994 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
84995 used at Wright Field to test feasibility of towing the aircraft behind a B-29 to increase range.
84998 modified as F-14A development aircraft.
84999 on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah is actually a T-33A which had the long canopy removed, the back seat faired
over, and the short P-80 canopy fitted.
85000 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29667.
85001 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85004 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85005 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29668.
85007 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85009 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85012 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85013 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85014 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85015 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85019 modified as RF-80A-15-LO.  Came in first in first Weatherhead
Trophy competition as part of Cleveland National Air Races Sep 1, 1946.
Achieved speed of 578.63 mph (average of 2 runs in opposite
directions).
85024 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85025 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85029 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85033 assigned to 61st FS, 56 FG at Selfridge Field in 1948-49, and was one of the 16 F-80s that
made the first west-to-east transit of the Atlanti by jet aircraft in Jul 1948.  This aircraft
was lost in a midair collision with a T-33 Jul 24, 1951.  The T-33 landed safely, but the F-80
crashed and the pilot was killed.
85038 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85039 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85041 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85042 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets.  Later modified to test camera equipment in a modified nose,
redesignated ERF-80A-1-LO
85044 fitted with upward-firing guns.  Later fitted with a second cockpit in the nose to test the prone position.
85047 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85048 crashed in North Hollywood, California Aug 6, 1945, killing Richard Bong, 40-kill ace.  A fuel pump
failed and Bong bailed out, but he was too low for his parachute to open and he was killed.
85049 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85051 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85057 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85060 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85062 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85063 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85071 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85072 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85098 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85099 Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jan 30, 1946 to Apr 10, 1950.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
85101 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85104 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85105 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85107 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85109 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85110 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85112 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85116 tested with wingtip rocket racks
85120 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85122 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85123 (MSN 080-1146) noted on display outside Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works',
Palmdale, California Fall 2003.  Now on display at Edwards AFB, California.
85124 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85125 (MSN 080-1148) upgraded to F-80C-11-LO.  Noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo
Aviation History Museum, MI painted as 44-85152
85128 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85132 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85134 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85135 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85142 modified as RF-80A-15-LO.  Ditched in ocean near Cho-do, Korea 
with 67th TRW, 155h TRS due to engine trouble Jan 13, 1953.
85150 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85151 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85152 - Plane so marked located at Kalamazoo Historical Aviation Museum is actually 44-85125.
85154 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85155 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85160 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85161 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85163 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85166 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85167 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85168 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85171 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85172 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85175 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85176 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85177 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85178 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85179 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85180 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85181 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85182 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85183 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85190 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85191 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85196 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85200 modified as XP-80B.  Later modified as XP-80R and set
world's air speed record of 623.738 mph June 19, 1947
flown by Col. Albert Boyd.  Now at USAF Museum, 
Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
85201 modified as XFP-80A, unarmed reconnaissance prototype.  Later modified as RF-80C-11-LO
85205 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85208 crashed east of Toro Peak in Santa Roas Mountains of 
Riverside CO, California Jan 12, 1948, killing the pilot.  
85210 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85214 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets.
85216 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85217 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85220 (3535th PTW) Williams AFB, Arizona – Flew into ground on training flight, Oct 15, 1951
85225 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85226 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85227 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85229 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85230 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85231 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85234 (NE ANG) crashed during landing into B-47s 52-369 and 53-4235 at Lincoln AFB, NE Nov 17, 1956.
Pilot and two cround crew in 52-369 killed.  Further 4 injured.
85235 transferred to USN as BuNo 29689
85237 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85239 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85240 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85242 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85244 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85245 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85246 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85247 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85249 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85252 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85253 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85260 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85261 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85262 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85264 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85268 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85269 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85270 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85279 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85281 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85283 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85284 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85285 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85287 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85290 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85291 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85293 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85297 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85299 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Dec 18, 1946 to Jun 6, 1955.
Registered as NACA 131.  Use to test vortex generators on wing.
85300 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85310 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85311 assigned to All Weather Flying Center, Patterson Field, OH.
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 1948
85315 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85318 collided with 44-85372 NW of Sentinel, AZ Jan 5, 1949.  Pilot badly injured, pilot of other plane killed.
85320 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85321 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85322 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85324 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85328 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85330 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
85333 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
85334 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO
48-356 ... 48-375
Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
MSN 580-5001/5020.  Model 580.
Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
356 (MSN 580-5001) converted from a P-80C.  First flight Mar 22, 1948.  converted to YF-94A Model 780
prototype, first flight Apr 16, 1949 , then to prototype F-94B.  Retired to gate guard at Lackland AFB, TX
Noted stored at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003. 
357 used to test ejection seats, or to prove that ejection seats were
safe to use.
358 entered in 1948 Bendix Trophy race with 300-gallon
tip tanks.  Aborted race due to fuel feed
problem.  Crashed Sept 9, 1948 during landing
at Van Nuys, CA.  Pilot Capt. James T. Fitzgerald
died of injuries 11 days later.
373 converted to YF-94A prototype
48-913 ... 48-920
Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
49-422 ... 49-878
Lockheed F-80C-10-LO Shooting Star
MSN 080-2170/2626.
426 Elmendorf AFB salvaged 4 Apr 1951
427 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire May 8, 1952.
431 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed while on target run Sep 28, 1952.
432 at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida.
433 (c/ 080-2181) to Brazilian AF as 4201.  Now at Museu Aeroespacial,
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
441 w/o Mar 17, 1953 at Kimpo Field, South Korea
445 (35th FIW, 41th FIS) crashed short of runway on landing Dec 11, 1952.
447 (49th FBG) crashed short of runway at K-2 Nov 14, 1950.
449 (51th FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAAA near Hwachon Reservoir, Korea May 13, 1951.
451 to Chile in 1957-58 as J-338
452 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) destroyed in midair collision Oct 24, 1952.
454 to Chile in 1957-58 as J-340
457 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed after hitting cable strung between mountains
Chochiwon-Chonan Road, Korea Aug 1, 1950.
458 to Chile in 1957-58
459 w/o in landing accident May 25, 1955 at Minneapolis-St Paul Airport, Minnesota
460 w/o Jan 4, 1951 at Itazuke AB, Japan when ran out of fuel.
461 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) MIA Oct 7, 1950.
465 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) MIA Sep 1, 1952.
471 (49th FBG) lost Feb 8, 1951.
472 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed E of Khuwa-ri, Korea Dec 12, 1951.
476 to Chile in 1957-58.
478 (49th FBG) damaged by MiGs and landed at K-2 Dec 5, 1950.
479 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fire 35 mi SW of Taegu, Korea Sep 16, 1950.
481 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950)
482 w/o Jun 8, 1952 off Naha AB, Okinawa
484 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA near Singesan, Korea Jun 28, 1951.
486 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed on takeoff from Tsuiki AB May 25, 1951.
487 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) damaged in hard landing Sep 30, 1952.
488 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) crashed on strafing run Sep 4, 1950.
491 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA near Kangdong, Korea Nov 9, 1951.
494 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) damaged by ground fire and belly landed in rice paddy Apr 5, 1951.
495 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA Apr 4, 1951.  Also listed as going
to reclamation Tsuiki AFB, Ja 25 Apr 1951
499 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, N. Korea Oct 8, 1950.
500 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 24, 1951
501 (8th FBG) ran out of fuel, pilot bailed out Nov 7, 1950
502 (49th FBG, 75h FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kitan Apr 25, 1951.
503 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) missing Jan 24, 1952.
505 noted Mar 1993 as gate guard at Torrance MAP, CA
507 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950)
508 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950).  (89th FBW) probably crashed into Atlantic Ocean south of Daytona 
Beach, Florida Feb 25, 1955.  Pilot of an accompanying aircraft reported that the plane went  into a 
spin from about 30,000 feet and disappeared into an overcast.  An extensive two-day search found no 
trace of the missing aircraft.  Pilot presumably killed.
510 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950)
511 flown by USAF Acrojets (1948-1950)
519 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kanggubi Jun 13, 1951.
520 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed near Taechon, Korea Nov 26, 1950
521 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) crashed after rocket pass Nov 25, 1950.
524 (8th FBG) damaged by AAA Nov 25, 1951.
526 to reclamation Taegu AB, Korea 25 Apr 1951
528 w/o Aug 7, 1950, Korea
529 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) hit by ground fier near Sunchon, N. Korea Jun 14. 1951.
531 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by MiGs Nov 27, 1951.
532 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crased off Ashiya, Japan Sep 6, 1950.
534 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) hit by AAA and bellied in at K-46 May 17, 1951.
535 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed N of Ashiya AB, Japan Jul 7, 1950.
537 (49th FBG) bellied in Jul 10, 1950
538 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by AAA in Kunu-ri area Jul 12, 1951.
542 to Chile in 1957-58 as J-341.  W/o Jun 30, 1959.
544 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire S of Kunu-ri Oct 11, 1951.
546 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA Apr 8, 1952.
548 (8th FBG, 36th FBS crashed while on strafing pass Feb 13, 1951.
549 to reclamation Taegu AB, Korea 15 Apr 1951
550 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed Pyongyang Airfield, Korea May 8, 1951.
551 w/o Jul 23, 1953 in crash 5 mi NW of Indian Springs AFB, Nevada.
552 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) exploed in midair over Hwang-ju  Aug 20, 1951.
553 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fire NW of Sunan Apr 22, 1951.
To reclamation Taegu AB, Korea 23 Apr 1951
554 w/o Jul 30, 1950 in crash 10 mi W of Pusan, Korea.  Pilot killed.
557 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashlanded short of runway at K-3 while on
training mission Jan 29, 1951.
558 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) lost in bad weather between Itazuke AB and
K-9 Mar 17, 1951.
560 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by ground fire near Mundung-ni May 23, 1951.
565 (49th FBG, 8th FIS) lost after return from mission Feb 21, 1951.
569 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Yongyu-ri Apr 8, 1951.
To reclamation Tsuiki AFB, Ja. 9 Apr 1951
572 w/o Feb 20, 1953, Clark AB, Philippines.
577 w/o Mar 5, 1951 Tsuiki AB, Japan.  Undershot on landing.
580 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire Apr 20, 1952.
581 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jan 26, 1953.
583 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA near Sunan airfield May 3, 1951.
585 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed on takeoff from K-9 Oct 3, 1950.
586 (67th TRW) shot down by AAA Nov 8, 1952.
589 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) in midair collision over Kimpo AB Dec 20, 1950.
592 w/o Jan 16, 1952 in crash 100 mi SW off Okinawa.  Pilot rescued
593 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA over Sinuiju Airfield, Korea Nov 1, 1950.
594 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) pilot bailed out after cockpit fire Apr 30, 1952.
596 to reclamation Tsuiki AFB, Ja 4 Apr 1951
597 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA near Kumhwa, Korea Apr 23, 1951.
To reclamation Tsuiki AFB, Ja 23 Apr 1951
598 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) pilot bailed out due to engine trouble Oct 29, 1951.
603 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 30, 1950.
604 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) hit cables on strafing run, lost part of wing Mar 24, 1951.
606 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 1, 1952.
607 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by AAA Feb 4, 1951.
610 crashed near Chanjang-ni, Korea May 3, 1951.
612 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by ground fire near Sunan, Korea May 12, 1951.
613 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jan 5, 1952.
616 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) in midair collision at Kimpo AB Dec 20, 1950.
620 (51st FIG, 25th FIS, shot down by AAA over Sinuiju airfield Dec 12, 1950.
626 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by ground fire Mar 18, 1951.
627 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) hit by AAA N of Pyingyang Oct 22, 1950.
630 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by AAA Feb 17, 1951.
638 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Feb 2, 1952.
645 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by MiGs Dec 27, 1950.
646 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by MiG Jun 24, 1951.
649 w/o Mar 23, 1952, Korea
650 w/o Mar 7, 1951 Taegu AB, Korea in takeoff accident.  Pilot OK
651 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) belly-landed at K-2 Dec 13, 1950.
652 (8th FBG) bailed out on cross-country flight in Japan due to bad weather and
fuel exhaustion Nov 7, 1950.
653 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed near Chinnampo, Korea due to engine failure Aug 20, 1951.
656 (8th FBG, HQ) crashed during training W of K-6 Oct 4, 1951.
657 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed at Itazuke AB, Japan Feb 10, 1951.
658 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) overstressed when pulling off target Jul 19, 1950.
659 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) damaged by AAA, bailed out over Inchon harbor Aug 21, 1951.
660 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed on takeoff from Itazuke AB, Japan Aug 10, 1951.
661 (51st FBG, 80th FBS) crashed into Han River while trying to land at Seoul
Airfield Nov 17, 1950.
664 (49th FBG) crashed Apr 22, 1951.
668 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) hit trees during strafing run Apr 23, 1951.
669 w/o May 13, 1952 Suwon AB, Korea
670 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) pilot became disoriented and bailed out over water Jul 26, 1951.
671 (51st FBG, 80th FBS) crashed during attack on tank Sep 10, 1950.
672 w/o Jun 13, 1952 Korea
673 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by MiG Jan 21, 1951.
675 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) in midair collision with 49-697 Oct 15, 1950.  Also listed as
being in midair collision with 49-719 Nov 5, 1951.
677 w/o Aug 10, 1951 in crashlanding at Kimpo AB, Korea
679 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) hit truck on runway Nov 6, 1950.
680 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by MiG Apr 30, 1952.
685 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jan 8, 1952.
687 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kumhwa, Korea May 19, 1951.
688 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) MIA Dec 18, 1951.
691 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) MIA Oct 23, 1950.
693 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed after takeoff from Itazuke AB, Japan Feb 7, 1951.
694 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) hit by AAA and crashlanded at Wonju (K-38) Feb 20, 1951.
695 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Oct 22, 1951.
696 on display at WPAFB Museum
697 (51st FIG) in midair collision with 49-675 Oct 15, 1950, repaired
698 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) damaged by Yak fighters and crashed near Taejon airfield,
South Korea Jul 19, 1950.
701 (MSN 080-2649) on display outside Chamber of commerce at Alamagordo, New Mexico in 1970
702 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA SE of Singosan, Korea Oct 2, 1950.
703 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed on rocket pass Feb 4, 1951.
704 (51st FIG, 16th FBS) in midair collision with F-82 over Japan Sep 29, 1950, salvaged.
705 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA near Sunan, Korea Mar 23, 1951.  I have
a report that this plane was sold to Chile 1957-58 as J-337 and w/o Apr 14, 1959.
707 (16th FIS< 51st FW) stationed at Kimpo AB, South Korea and w/o sometime in 1950/51.
709 (49th FBG, 7th FBs) crashed Nov 5, 1950.
710 (MSN 080-2458) to CAA as N83.  Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas.  Believed
to have replaced 49-743 for unspecified reason.
711 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by NKAF aircraft near Pangyo-ri Jul 3, 1950.
715 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Kimchon, Korea Jun 11, 1951.
716 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA W of Chorwon, Korea Apr 23, 1951.
719 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) in midair collision with 49-675 Nov 5, 1951.
721 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed near Twijae Jun 29, 1951.
722 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed into Greek AF aircraft at K-13 Dec 22, 1952.
725 (49th FBG) crashed N of Hwangju Oct 12, 1950.
733 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 5, 1952.
734 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed after target run May 12, 1952.
735 (8th FBG) pilot bailed out due to poor weather and fuel exhaustion Nov 7, 1950.
737 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiGs NW of Sonchon Jun 6, 1951.  Took part in first
known jet-vs-jet aerial combat over Korea Nov 8, 1950 when the pilot Lt Russell
Brown was credited with one MiG-15 kill.
739 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by ground fire Mar 1, 1951.
741 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 6, 1952.
743 (MSN 080-2493) to CAA as N83
746 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed S of Chaeryong, Korea Oct 12, 1951.
747 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA Oct 15, 1951, pilot bailed out.
748 (8th FIG, 80th FBS) crashed into sea Feb 22, 1953.
750 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by ground fire SW of Chong-ju May 21, 1951.
752 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, N Korea Sep 30, 1951.
753 to Colombian AF.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1965
755 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) damaged due to blown tire on takeoff at K-14 May 17, 1952.
756 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) in midair collision Oct 24, 1952.
758 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) damaged in hard landing Jun 23, 1952.
761 (8th FBG) hit by bomb blast NE of Cholsan Aug 10, 1951.
762 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed after hitting wire Aug 18, 1951.
764 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed into mountain Jan 26, 1952.
765 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed into mountain after takeoff from Kimpo AB,
Korea Dec 1, 1951.
766 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed during strafing pass near Sariwon, Korea
Aug 29, 1951.
767 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Nunsu-ri Jun 1, 1951.
768 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire Sep 23, 1951.
769 to Ecuador AF as TF-769.  To MASDC Jun 3, 1965
770 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) caught fire during training flight Jan 3, 1953.
772 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 18, 1951.
774 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by AAA Mar 5, 1951.  sold to Chile 1957-58 as
J-332.
775 sold to Chile 1957-58 as J-330
777 sold to Chile 1957-58
783 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA Oct 19, 1950.
784 (8th FBG) hit by AAA, wheels-up landing at Ashiya AB, Japan Aug 14, 1950.
787 to Chile in 1957-58 as J-342.  Preserved at National Aeronautics
Museum at Santiago, Chile.
791 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed on strafing pass near Mudang Hyon May 8, 1951.
792 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) flamed out Feb 6, 1952.
793 to Chile in 1957/58 as J-343.  W/o Nov 18, 1960.
794 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) crshed during rocket pass Sep 2, 1950.
798 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) hit by ground fire Mar 16, 1951.
799 (8th FBG) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang Oct 19, 1950.
800 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA 20 mi NW of Pyongyang Apr 8, 1951.
801 to Chile 1957-58.
804 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by ground fire Feb 20, 1951.
805 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) shot down by AAA near Sohung, N. Korea Oct 30, 1951.
807 w/o Mar 1, 1951 in takeoff accident at Taegu AB, Korea.  Pilot OK
808 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) pilot bailed out after flameout May 14, 1951.  I also
have a report of this plane going to Chile in 1957-58 as J-331.
809 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) damage in crashlanding Dec 3, 1952.  Converted to QF-80C.  Shot down by AAA
Jan 17, 1953.
814 (8th FBG) crashed near Heaju Sep 9, 1951.
815 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down on strafing pass Nov 4, 1951.
816 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) show down by ground fire Sunan, Korea Jul 28, 1951.
817 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jan 3, 1953.
819 (51st FIG, 16th FIS, show down by ground fire near Chorwon May 12, 1951.
820 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) crashed near Chorwon, Korea Jun 5, 1951.
821 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) shot down by ground fire near Pyongyang Dec 26, 1950.
822 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed into hill during strafing pass E of Pyongyang
Aug 3, 1951.
823 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) crashed in Pyongyang area Dec 19, 1950
824 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) belly landing after combat mission Feb 21, 1951.
825 (49th FBG, 9th FBS_ crashed W of Sogu-ri, Korea Jan 25, 1951.
830 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) damaged in bad landing Apr 29, 1952.
831 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) samaged by ground fire, landed at K-13 Apr 13, 1951.
833 (8th FBG, 36th FIS) pilot bailed out after flameout Aug 10, 1951.
834 (51st FIG, 80th FBS) crashed after being hit by AAA Nov 30, 1950.
835 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed near Pyongyang Dec 18, 1950.
838 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by AAA in Sunan area, N. Korea Aug 11, 1951.
839 (49th FBG, 9th FBS) crashed into hill near Sunchon, Korea Mar 30, 1951.
841 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) pilot bailed out Jan 2, 1952.
842 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed Jan 8, 1952.
843 (49th FBG, 7th FBS) landed on sandbar in Naktong River Mar 22, 1951.
845 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed on strafing run Nov 7, 1951.
846 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by AAA Dec 14, 1951.
849 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) damaged by ground fire Mar 1, 1951.
850 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) lost off coast of Iki-Shima, Japan Jan 29, 1951.
851 (MSN 080-2599) to Ecuador AF as TF-851.  To MASDC Jul 12, 1965.  Now at Edwards AFB, CA.  Parts 
from this aircraft and from T-33A 57-0568
have been combined to form an XP-80A lookalike, observed Fall 2003 outside
the Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works' at Palmdale, CA with false serial 44-83021.
852 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by MiG Sep 11, 1951.
853 initially assigned to 49th FBW in Dec 1950 at Taegu AB, Korea.  Flew combat in Korea until Dec 1951 when
wing transitioned to the F-84.  The plane painted as 49-853 at Holloman AFB is actually 45-8557.
854 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) damaged over Omongni Feb 1,1952.
855 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by MiG Dec 1, 1951.
856 (35th FIW, 8th FIS) crashed at Itazuke AB, Japan Apr 14, 1951.
857 to Chile in 1957-58.
859 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) MIA Aug 31, 1951.
860 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) shot down by AAA in Haeju area Mar 8, 1951.
861 w/o May 14, 1952 Clark AB, Philippines
862 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) MIA Sep 23, 1951 in Sukchon area 
867 to MASDC Jun 18, 1965
874 (8th FBG) shot down by ground fire Apr 24, 1952.
875 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by ground fire NNE of Sunchon,
North Korea Jun 26, 1951.
876 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) lost Feb 21, 1951.
49-879 ... 49-1006
Lockheed TF-80C-1-LO
MSN 580-5029/5156.  Designation changed to T-33A-1-LO in 1949.
879 used as chase plane at Edwards AFB
882 (81st FBW) crashed 2 mi SW of RAF Bentwaters Jan 16, 1957
883 (36th FBW) crashed at Walldrun, (West) Germany Mar 29, 1951.
884 (MSN 580-5034) to KLu in 1964 as M-48.  SOC May 5, 1972.  To N652
885 (7101st ABW) crashed 1/2 mi S of Jacobsweiler, (West) Germany
Dec 5, 1961 after collision with RCAF T-33AN 21646
while enroute from Chateauroux to Wiesbaden
905 crashed near Selfridge AFB, MI Jan 28, 1951, killing both occupants. 
Pilot was WW2 ace Major Don Gentile
910 to MASDC 
912 to MASDC
920 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Nov 27, 1957 to Sep 15, 1965.  Registered as NASA 720.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations
923 (MSN 580-5073. To French AF as 90923.  To Singapore AF February 1982; ferry 
registration was F-BLUE
934 to US Navy as TO-2 BuNo 124570
938 equipped with tow line attachment on nose for towing by B-50D 49-307.
939 assigned to Warner-Robbins AFB, FL.
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 26, 1957 to Feb 3, 1958
Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Station, Edwards AFB, CA.  To MASDC Sept 20, 1961
945 assigned 3808th  Base Flight Squadron, Maxwell AFB, AL.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 23, 1958 to Jun 27, 1959.
Assigned to Armed Forces Special Weapons Center (AFSWC), Air Research and Development 
Command (ARDC), Kirtland AFB, NM
946 (7101st ABW) crashed 4 mi NNW of Ciampino AP, Rome Jan 19, 1963
948 to MASDC
954 w/o Aug 31, 1955 in crash 26 mi SW of Atlanta, Georgia.  Pilot lost.
955 on display at VFW Post 781, North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
965 crashed May 18, 1953
975 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed after takeoff from Clark AFB, Philippines
Jul 13, 1950 after engine flamed out.  2 crew survived with injuries.
980 crashed at K-2 Mar 6, 1952.
982 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) lost Sep 6, 1952.
988 (49th FBG, HQ) crashed on landing at Taegu, Korea May 16, 1951.
993 crashed near K-14, Korea Nov 13, 1950.
998 (MSN 580-5148) to Mexican AF a JE-001.  W/op Dec 3, 1981
1000 (406th FBW) crashed into sea off Margate, England Nov 20, 1952
1001 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
1002 (7206th SG) crashed at Athens AP, Greece Dec 12, 1961
1003 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
1004 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Apr 22, 1963, dumped and
subsequently scrapped.
1005 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963.
1006 (MSN 580-5156) to Netherlands AF for spares use only.
49-2479 ... 49-2495
Lockheed F-94A-1-LO
MSN 780-7001/7017.  Model 780.  Modified from T-33 airframes on the production line.
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2479 redesignated EF-94A, then to JF-94A.  To MASDC Dec 3, 1957.  Salvaged Aug 1958.
2480 retained by Lockheed for testing purposes.  In Apr 1950 to Fighter Section at Wright-Patterson
AFB for testing purposes.   Crashed on landing at Wright Patterson AFB, OH May 24, 1950..  Pilot killed.
2481 assigned as maintenance trainer at Chanute AFB, Illinois
2482 to MASDC Dec 9, 1957
2483 to MASDC Dec 17, 1957
2484 crashlanded at Lockheed airfield, Burbank, California Apr 13, 1950.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1957
2485 to MSASDC Nov 17, 2957
2486 retained by Lockheed and redesignated EF-94.  Bailed to Laurinberg, North Carolina as JF-94.
2487 to MASDC Jan 3, 1957
2488 in landing accident at McChord AFB, Washington Mar 12, 1951.
2489 crashed while landing at Larson AFB, Washington Oct 6, 1950.
2490 (325th FG, 319th FS) crashed on takeoff at Larson AFB, WA Jul 20, 1950.  Pilot killed.
2491 (325th FAWG, 317th FAWS) crashlanded at George AFB, California Mar 20, 1951
2492 bailed to Hughes Aircraft Corp for tests, fitted with rocket nose cone.
2493
2494 (325th FAWG, 317th FAWS) forcelanded at Madera MAP, California Jan 13, 1951.
2495 bailed to MIT for flight test purposes in 1955
49-2757 ... 49-2757
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5157.  With 50th FBW crashed at Furstenfeldbruck AB,
(West) Germany Nov 30, 1957.  Shiped to Chateauroux AB,
France and SOC for spares recovery Oct 4, 1958.
49-2758 ... 49-2772
Lockheed T-33B 
MSN 580-5158/5172.  Ordered by US Navy from Lockheed but assigned USAF serials for contract purposes.  To 
US Navy as TO-2 BuNo 124571/124585
50-320 ... 50-454
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 
320/431 MSN 580-5173/5284
It seems that 432 (MSN 580-5285) didn't get built.  May have been badly damaged during production and never
delivered to USAF.
433/444 MSN 580-5286/5297).
445/454 (MSN 580-5298/5307) to US Navy as TO-2 (BuNo 124930/124939) according
to Andrade and Francillon, but these planes were seen in USAF colors
in Europe, and some are listed below.  So this appears to be incorrect.
Some to MAP including 0430,0433 to Canada
328 to US Navy as TO-2 124930
329 to US Navy as TO-2 124931
335 crashed 4 mi NW of Ray City, Georgia Sep 29, 1952.  Pilot killed.
337 noted in 1963 in scrapyard at Lasham, UK.
338 to US Navy as TO-2 124932
339 to US Navy as TO-2 124933
340 to US Navy as TO-2 124934
341 to US Navy as TO-2 124935
342 to US Navy as TO-2 124936
349 to US Navy as TO-2 124937
350 to US Navy as TO-2 124938
351 to US Navy as TO-2 124939
362 (82nd FIS) involved in "incident" at Narsarssuak, Greenland
ca Dec 1, 1954 and transferred to 6611th ABG and SOC Jan 17, 1955
370 (MSN 580-5223) to Netherlands as M-49.  Now at Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA with civil
registration N651
371 (66th TRW) to SAS at Copenhagen for maintenance Aug 1955.  SOC for
spares recovery Apr 10, 1956 while still there.
376 (10th TRW) crashed 2 mi N of Spangdahlem AB, (West) Germany
Jul 2, 1957.
395 to MASDC
430 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14676.  To Greece as 14676.
431 (MSN 580-5284) to French AF May 1951.  W/o Jul 31, 1952
433 (MSN 580-5286) to French AF Jun 1951.  W/o Nov 11, 1951
434 (MSN 580-5287) to Greek AF
435 (MSN 580-5288) to Greek AF in 1952.
442 (MSN 580-5295) to Turkish AF?  Reported to MASDC
443 (MSN 580-5296) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14677.  To Turkish AF
445 (MSN 580-5298, 66th TRW) crashed at Chaumont AB, France Jul 30, 1955.
446 (MSN 580-5929, 66th TRW) w/o following midair collision near Speyer, Germany
Mar 26, 1957 with B-57B 52-1587. 
447 (MSN 580-5300) SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England May 31, 1963 and to Staravia
at Lasham, England as scrap.
452 (MSN 580-5305) w/o Jan 9, 1959 near Cross City, FL
50-1272 ... 50-1276
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5308/5312.  For MDAP.
1273 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, UK in 1963
1274 to MASDC
1275 (MSN 580-5311) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14679.  To Turkey as 50-1275
1276 (MSN 580-5312) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14680.  To Turkey as 50-1276.
Forcelanded on Cigli runway Nov 8k 1982
51-4019 ... 51-4024
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5313/5318
to USN as TV-2 BuNo 126583/126588
51-4025 ... 51-4030
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5319/5324
`			4025 donated to Texarkana, Texas park Jan 1962.  Still there Mar 2008.
51-4031 ... 51-4036
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5325/5330
to USN as TV-2  BuNo 126589/126594
51-4037 ... 51-4051
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5331/5345
4038 (MSN 580-5332) preserved at Salem Airfield, Oregon in 1978.
4041 (MSN 580-5335) to Belgium as FT01 Sep 1951. To Prestwick, Scotland Nov 5, 1979, presumed returned to USAF.
To RAF Spadeadam Ranges, UK Mar 13, 1980.
4042 (MSN 580-5336). To French AF October 1951
4043 (MSN 580-5337) to Belgium as FT02 May 1951.  To Prestwick, Scotland Nov 5, 1979, presumed returned to USAF.
To RAF Spadeadam Ranges, UK Mar 10, 1980
4044/5 (MSN 580-5338/9). Both to French AF October 1951
51-4052 ... 51-4057
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5346/5351
To USN as TV-2 BuNo  126595/126600
51-4058 ... 51-4077
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5352/5371
4058 (MSN 580-5352) to Turkish AF
4059 (MSN 580-5353) to Turkish AF
4060/1 (MSN 580-5354/5). Both to French AF October 1951
4062 (MSN 580-5356) to Belgian AF as FT03 Mar 1951.  Loaned by them to 
Dutch AF from Dec 18, 1965 to Aug 1972 as M-59.  Returned
to Belgian AF Aug 4, 1972.  Stored Koksijde May 22, 1978.  Presumed returned to USAF
To Vilseck Ranges, WG Mar 28, 1979.  Noted burned at Coleman Barracks, Mannheim by 1986. 
4063 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14681.  To Turkey, wfu Apr 22, 1959 due to unservicability.
4064 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14682.  To Greece as 14682
4065 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14683.  To Greece as 14683.
4067 mounted on pylons in front of American Legion post 285 in Breckenridge, Michigan
51-4078 ... 51-4083
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5372/5377
To USN as TV-2 BuNo 126601/126606
51-4084 ... 51-4103
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5378/5397
4084 (MSN 58-5378) to Turkish AF?
4086/4088 (MSN 580-5380/2). All to French AF December 1951
4089 (MSN 580-5383) to Belgium as FT12.  W/o Jul 15, 1957.
4090 (MSN 580-5384). To French AF December 1951
4091/4093 to Canada
4091 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14687.  To Greece as 14687
4092 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14688 ??
4093 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14689.  To Greece as 14689
51-4104 ... 51-4109
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
MSN 580-5398/5403
To USN as TV-2 BuNo 126607/126612
4109 on display at Tuscaloosa AP, AL.
51-4110 ... 51-4136
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5404/5430
4114 (MSN 580-5408) to French Air Force Dec 1951.  Obtained by USAF 32nd TFS at Soesterberg for battle damage repair 
training in early 1980s.  Transported to LETS in 1985 for use in fire training school.  Current
status unknown.
4115 (MSN 580-5409) to French AF Dec 1951.  On display at Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace, france
4116 (MSN 580-5410) to French AF Dec 1951, later to Turkish AF.  Force
landing on runway at Bandirma Nov 29, 1984.
4119 to Canada Mar 14, 1955 as Silver Star I with RCAF serial 14684.  WFU Jul 27, 1973.
4120 used for tests successively by Lockheed, Allison Division of General Motors, USAF Wright
Air Development Cener and the Flight Research Department of the Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory.
With Calspan converted to NT-33A with F-94 nose and used for variable stability research and simulating
a variety of aircraft under development. Retired April 28, 1997, at the time was oldest flying USAF 
aircraft.  Now on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
4121 (MSN 580-5415) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14685.  To Turkish AF
4123 to Royal Thai AF as F11-16/12.  SOC Sep 24, 1980 and broken up for spares.
4125 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) crashed on training flight from K-3 to K-13 Jul 5, 1952.  Pilot killed.
51-4137 ... 51-4142
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5431/5436
to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126613/126618
51-4143 ... 51-4173
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5437/5467
4146 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14686.   To Grece as 14686.
4151 (MSN 580-5445) to Belgian AF as FT05 Aug 1952.  Loaned by them to 
Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 8, 1972 as M-42  Returned to 
Belgian AF Aug 8, 1972.  W/o Nov 18, 1977 when flew into Teufelskopf hill SE of Trier.
4152 (MSN 580-5446) to Belgian AF as FT04 Mar 10, 1952. Loaned by them 
to Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 1972 as M-43.   Returned 
to Belgian AF in 1972.  In midair collision with FT26 
(53-5725) Apr 27, 1977.  Pilot ejected safely.  Other plane
landed safely.
4153 (MSN 580-5447). To French AF February 1952, later to Turkish AF
4154 (MSN 580-5448). To French AF April 1952
4155 (MSN 580-5449) to Turkish AF
4156 (MSN 580-5450) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14690.  To Turkish AF
4157 (MSN 580-5451) to RCAF as Silver Star I 14691.  On display at city of Cumberland, Maryland  
4161 w/o Nov 18, 1954 in fatal accident near Laughlin AFB, Texas
4171 (48th FBW) SOC Jan 10, 1959 as result of unspecified accident.
4172 crashed Sep 30, 1960 4 nm S of Aviano AB, Italy
4173 (MSN 580-5467) named "Yankee Annie" with 492nd FBS, 48th FBW at Chaumont in Jun 1955.
Noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
51-4174 ... 51-4179
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5468/5473
to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126619/126624
51-4180 ... 51-4236
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
4180/4233 MSN 580-5474/5527
4234/4236 MSN 580-5529/5531
4192 (MSN 580-5486). To French AF February 1952, later to Turkish AF
4194/4196 (MSN 580-5488/90). All to French AF February 1952
4197 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14694.
4198 (MSN 580-5492) to Canadair Model CL-30, designated T-33AN Silver Star Mk.3, later CT-133.  Fitted
with Rolls-Royce Nene engine.  RCAF serial 14695
4200 (MSN 580-5494.  On display in 1979 at Cross City, Florida
4228 (MSN 580-5522) to Turkish AF
4229/4230 (MSN 580-5523/4). Both to French AF February 1952
4230 Preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes and displayed at the Aeroscopia Museum, 
Toulouse, France
4231 (MSN 580-5525) to Belgian AF as FT06 Aug 1952. Loaned by them
to Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 1972 as M-44. Returned
to Belgian AF Aug 7, 1972.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to Prestwick, Scotland Nov 5, 1979.
By June 2002 was in use as static target at RAF Spadeadam electronics warfare tactics range.
4232 to Greek AF
4233 (MSN 580-5527) to Belgian AF as FT07 Jul 1952.  Loaned by them
to Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 7, 1972 as M-45.  
Returned to Belgian AF Aug 7, 1972.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.
Flown to Prestwick, Scotland Nov 12, 1979.  By June 2002 was in use as static target at RAF 
Spadeadam electronics warfare tactics range
51-4237 ... 51-4243
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5532/5538
to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 126625/126626, 128661/128665
51-4244 ... 51-4287
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5539/5582
4244 (MSN 580-5539) to MASDC Aug 23, 1966.
4245 to RCAF as Silver Star I 14693 ?
4255 to MASDC May 21, 1964.
4259 (MSN 580-5554) noted on display at Spokane Municipal Airport, Washington in Jun 1973.  
Noted at Brewster, Washington bearing serial 529667 in Washington ANG markings.  
4261 to MASDC Feb 27, 1964.
4263 modified by Lockheed with twin fins and rudders while being considered for the TV-2 deck landing trainer.
Now mounted on pylon at K. I. Sawyer Heritage Air Museum, Michigan.
4266 to Lockheed Burbank Jan 1954.  SOC for spares recovery Mar 16, 1954
4268 noted in scrapyard at Ascot, England in 1964.  Came from 10th TRW, Mildenhall.
4272 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Dec 4, 1962 and to French AF under MAP
4275 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
4278 w/o Sep 28, 1955 in crash 4 mi NW of Eutaw, Mississippi
4279 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Oct 25, 1962
for spares recovery.
4282 to French AF
4283/4287 (MSN 580-5578/82). All to French AF April 1952
4283 crashed near Tours, France Sep 21, 1981.
4284 to Turkish AF as 4-284.  To TAF Museum, Istanbul
4286 was on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK, but now dismantled in Hangar 5
51-4288 ... 51-4294
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5583/5589
to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128666/128672
51-4295 ... 51-4354
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5590/5649.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
4299 to MASDC May 31, 1961
4300 on display in Dyess AFB, Texas museum.
4301 on display at Vance AB, Oklahoma
4303 w/o Jun 30, 1953, Dunn, Texas
4308 w/o Sep 2, 1942, Big Springs, Texas
4334 w/o Nov 20, 1943 in crash 14 mi SSE of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
4335 seen on display at Otis ANGB, Falmouth, Massachusetts.
4340 w/o Aug 17, 1952 near Centralia, Kansas
4342 to MASDC Dec 30, 1964
4343 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963.
4344 to MASDC Jan 23, 1966
4348/4350 (MSN 580-5643/5). All to French AF May 1952
4349 (MSN 580-5644) fuselage preserved at Musee de l"AIr et de l'Espace, Le Bourget, Paris.
4350 (MSN 580-5645) transferred to Turkey and preserved Feb 2013 at Buyukcekmece, Istanbul.
4352 (MSN 580-5647). To French AF May 1952
51-4355 ... 51-4364
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
MSN 580-5650/5659
to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128673/128682
51-4365 ... 51-4424
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5660/5719.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
4367 to MASDC Jan 10, 1966
4373 to MASDC Nov 24, 1964
4380 on display at Newman City Park, Sweetwater, Texas
4381 crashed Sep 29, 1961 300 yd S of small village of Vada, Livorno, Italy.
4382 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England May 13, 1963
4383 (MSN 580-5678. To French AF as 14383. To Royal Thai AF (probably in 
December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBEX.  W/o Jul 1988
4384 (MSN 580-5679) to KLu in 1964 as M-50.  SOC May 26, 1972.
4385 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 13, 1963 and to French
AF under MAP
4386 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Jun 26, 1963 and to Staravia
at Lasham, England as scrap.
4395 w/o Dec 11, 1955 near Osan AB, South Korea in takeoff accident.
4404 (MSN 580-5699) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1961 as 14404, code DT-404.  WFU Dec 2, 1976.
Used as a decoy at Vaerlose.  Stored at Tistrup AB.
4406 (MSN 580-5701) mounted on pole in city park on south side of Oelwein, Iowa.  Been there since 1964.
4413 forced down in Albania Dec 23, 1957.  Now on
display in National Museum of Weapons in  Gjirokaster, Albania
4415 rear fuselage noted in 1963 in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963.
Front fuselage was mated to rear fuselage of 51-6628 and the composite
was used for fire pracice at USAF base at Mildenhall, England.
4418 to Italian AF.  Preserved in Facolta di Ingegneria Aerospaziale
4419 (MSN 580-5714) to French AF Jun 1952.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.
Now on display at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK.
4420 (MSN 580-5715) to French AF Jun 1952 as 14420.  Crashed at Tours Feb 10, 1981.
4421 to West German AF as AB-715.  Returned to USAF Sep 1962.
4422 (MSN 580-5717). To French AF June 1952 as 14422.  W/o Jun 15, 1963.
4424 (MSN 580-5719) on display in 1977 at Hawthorne Airport, California
51-4425 ... 51-4434
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
MSN 580-5720/5729
to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128683/128692
51-4435 ... 51-4514
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5730/5809.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
4437 crashed at Webb AFB, Texas in 1958.
4445 crashed near Garden City, TX Jul 1, 1957.
4447 w/o Apr 6, 1954 in ground accident at George AFB, California.
4448 w/o Feb 2, 1953 in midair collision with 51-468 3 mi W of Big Springs, Texas.
4450 (MSN 580-5745) to Royal Danish AF Apr 6, 1961 as 14450, code DT-450.  Converted to ECM.  WFU Aug 30, 1974.
Cockpit stored at Karup AB, then Vaerlose, Denmark, then
back to Kaup as cockpit section lnly.  Cockpit section to Vik, nar Gimstad, Norway Jan 15, 2009
4451 to MASDC Aug 5, 1966
4455 (10th TRW) crashed Apr 30, 1958.
4462 w/o Dec 2, 1954 in crash 4 mi N of Laredo AFB, Texas
4463 w/o Jul 14, 1952, Orlando, Florida.
4469 (406th FIW) crashed at Wheelus AB, Libya May 31, 1956
4470 w/o Nov 13, 1952 at Webb AFB, Texas
4473 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany aut 28, 1964
for spares recovery.
4474 (406th FIW) crashed at RAF Manston Apr 9, 1958
4476 (526th FIS) damaged Jun 26, 1962 and transferred to 7039th ABW.
SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Nov 23, 1962 for spares recovery.
4477 (MSN 580-5772) to KLu for spares use only
4480 to MASDC as TC038 Oct 19, 1964.  Transferred to Holloman AFB, New Mexico for target range Jun 10, 1975.
4481 w/o May 15, 1962 Penobscot Bay, Maine.  Pilot killed.
4486 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) crashed off coast of Korea Apr 7, 1953.
4489 on display at city of Riverton, Wyoming
4491 (MSN 580-5786) to Royal Danish AF Jun 9, 1961 as 14491, coded as DT-532.  In Danmarks Flyvemuseum, 
Helsingor, Denmark as 14491, code DT-491.
4492 to MASDC.  To US Navy Mar 23, 1973.
4498 to MASDC
4500 to MASDC Mar 19, 1963
4502 (MSN 580-5797). Designated ET-33A for calibration work with
69th Pilotless Bomber Squadron at Patrick AFB, FL and later
at Hahn AB, (West) Germany.  Subsequently transferred to
7030th CSW, Ramstein AB and to RAF Mildenhall for 
disposal Aug 1963.  To French AF as 14502. To Singapore AF as 901; 
ferry registration was F-BJDH.  Noted 1995 in Singapore AF Museum, Changi
4503 (MSN 580-5798). Designated ET-33A for calibration work at
Air Force Missile Center, Patrick AFB, FL and later with 1st
Pilotless Bomber Squadron at Bituurg AFB, (West) German
Aug 1954.  Subsequently transferred to 7030th CSW at
Ramstein AB and to RAF Mildenhall for disposal Aug 1963.
To French AF as 14503. To Singapore AF (probably as 
907); ferry registration was F-BJDZ.
4504 to French AF
4505 mounted on stick at Tri-County Airport, Hertford Co, NC.  
4509 (66th TRW) crashed by Aug 25, 1958
4511 (MSN 580-5806) to KLu as TR-1 in 1952.  SOC May 26, 1972
4512 (MSN 580-5807) to KLu as TR-2 in 1952.  SOC May 26, 1972.
4513 to Greek AF
4514 to Italian AF
51-4515 ... 51-4524
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5810/5819
to USN as TV-2 as Bu. No. 128693/128702
51-4525 ... 51-4533
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5820/5828.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
4528 to MASDC
4529 to MASDC
4530 to MASDC Mar 29, 1964.
4533 (MSN 580-5828) was on display at R. I. Bong MAP, Superior, WI.  In 2007,
was as Joe Davies Heritage Air Park, Palmdale, CA
51-6497 ... 51-6577
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5829/5909
6497 (MSN 580-5829) to Royal Danish AF Jun 9, 1961 as 16497, code DT-497.  Converted to ECM.  WFU May 17, 1977.
Used as a decoy at Vaerlose.  Stored in Vandel.  One of a trio displayed in formation at the entrance
to the Mobilium Museum, Billund, Denmark
6509 to MASDC Aug 27, 1964.
6515 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Dec 13, 1963 and to French AF
under MAP
6516 designated ET-33A for calibration work at Air Force Missile
Center at Patrick AFB, FL and later with 1st Pilotless Bomber
Squadron at Bitburg AB, (West) Germany Aug 1954.  Subsequently
transferred to 7039th CSW at Ramstein AB and to RAF Mildenhall
for disposal Aug 1963.
6520 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 26, 1963 and to French AF
under MAP
6524 (MSN 580-5856) SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 20, 1963 and to French AF
under MAP.  Seen in 2006 preserved at St. Dizier-Robinson AB, France.
Displayed in the markings of CEVSV 338.  In Jun 2013 on display as 18658 in CANOPEE Museum
at Chateaudun AB.
6525 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 26, 1963 and to French AF
under MAP
6526 (MSN 580-5858) to Mexican AF as JE-002.  Cockpit preserved at Museo del Ejercito y la Fuerza Aerea, Guadalajara.
6527 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
6528 (MSN 580-5860) to KLu as M-51 in 1964.  SOC Dec 15, 1970.  As FAH-1200 on display at Toncontin at Museo
del Aire de Honduras
6530 (36th TFW) crashed by Dec 8, 1962.
6531 (MSN 580-5863) to KLu as M-55 in 1964.  SOC Dec 16, 1970.  To N649
6533 (MSN 580-5865) was on display at Hickam AFB, HI in 1987.  Moved to Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford
Island May 2011.
6546 formerly in a park at Wooster, OH.  Remains are now in a
private collection in Ohio.  Now owned by Paul Cooper and will be restored for static display.
6547 to MASDC.  To ASI, Oakland, California Aug 14, 1968.  To Royal Thai AF as F11-17/12.  SOC Sep 24, 1980 and 
broken up for spares.
6567 to MASDC
6571 (MSN 580-5903) to Royal Danish AF Apr 24, 1961 as 16571, coded as DT-571. WFU Nov 25, 1976.  Stored at
Vaerlose, Denmark.  In Flyhistorisk Museum Sola, Stavanger, Norway Jan 22, 1981 in false markings RNoAF DP-X
6572 (MSN 580-5904) to Royal Thai AF as F11-7/05.  SOC Jun 16, 1976 and
broken up for spares.
6573 (MSN 580-5905) to Turkish AF
6574 (MSN 580-5906) to KLu as TR-3 in 1952.  W/o Sep 22, 1956
6576 (MSN 580-5908) to Italian AF
6577 (MSN 580-5909) to KLu as TR-4 in 1952.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.
51-6578 ... 51-6587
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5910/5919
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 128703/128712
51-6588 ... 51-6664
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-5920/5996.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
6594 (MSN 580-5926) to Mexican AF as JE-003.  W/o
6601 on display at city of Greenville, Mississippi
6605 to MASDC Oct 16, 1964.
6606 to MASDC May 19, 1964.
6611 to MASDC Dec 10, 1964.
6612 on a pole off US 82, Willacoochee, Georgia
6614 to MASDC Oct 16, 1964.
6615 to MASDC
6628 front fuselage noted in 1963 in scrapyard at Lasham, England.  Rear fuselage
was mated to front fuselage of 51-4415 and the composite was used for fire
practice at USAF base at Mildenhall, England.
6635 on display at American Legion Post 120, Wanesboro, Georgia
6640 to Royal Thai AF as F11-8/05.  SOC Jul 12, 1973 and broken up for spares.
6641 to Royal Thai AF as F11-9/05.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and broken up for spares.
6643 to MASDC Apr 9, 1964
6644 to MASDC
6645 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 13, 1963 and to French AF
under MAP
6648 (MSN 580-5980). To French AF as 16648. To Singapore AF (probably as 
902); ferry registration was F-BJDI.
6651 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 13, 1963 and to French AF under MAP
6653 (MSN 580-5985) on display at Baker City MAP, Oregon in Aug 2009
6655 to MASDC
6656 at Henderson/Rusk County Airport, Texas in 2008
6657 to MASDC
6660 to Italian AF 
6661 (MSN 580-5993) to Belgian AF as FT11 Mar 1953.  
Loaned by them to Dutch AF from Apr 7, 1962 to Aug 7, 1972 as M-47.
Returned to Belgian AF Aug 7, 1972.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to Prestwick, Scotland Nov 5, 1979.
To RAF Spadeadam electronics warfare tactics range Mar 14, 1980 for use as static target.
6662 (MSN 580-5994) to Belgian AF as FT08 Feb 1953.  Loaned by them to Dutch AF Apr 7, 1962 as M-46.  
W/o at Woensdrecht Jun 8, 1965 when crashed into woods next to runday during aerobatics demonstration.
6663 (MSN 580-5995) to Belgian AF as FT09 Oct 1952.  Loaned by them to Dutch AF from
Sep 9, 1966 to Aug 1972 as M-69.  Back to Belgian AF Aug 4, 1972.
DBR Aug 4, 1976 during emergency landing at Brustem after it lost a tiptank during flight.
To Schabisches Bauern and Tecknik Museu at Eschac, near Seifertshofen, West Germany.  No longer there Mar 2002.
6664 to Belgium as FT10 Dec 1952.  SoC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to Prestwick, Scotland
Nov 12, 1979. Mar 7, 1980 to static target at RAF Spadeadam electronics warfare tactics range
51-6665 ... 51-6674
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-5997/6006
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 128713/128722
51-6675 ... 51-6957
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6007/6289.  To assist training of NATO, Canada undertook training of allied aircrws and were loaned
a batch of T-33 aircraft, possibly financed by MAP as survivors were either returned to USA or delivered
to NATO air forces in Europe.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
6675 to MASDC
6678 (MSN 58-6010) in 1973 was on display in Magnolia, Arkansas.
6679 to Royal Thai AF as F11-10/05.  SOC Jul 12, 1973 and broken up for spares.
6680 on static display at Heritage In Flight Museum, Lincoln, Illinois
6684 to MASDC Oct 23, 1964
6687 to MASDC.  TO US Navy Mar 23, 1973.
6692 crashed Norton AFB, CA Dec 26, 1962.  Noted on one of the film sets of Universal Film Studios, California
in 1978.
6696 to MASDC Nov 2, 1964.
6699 on display at Georgia Veterans State Park, Cordele, Georgia.  
6707 on display as gate guard at Craig Field, Selma, Alabama.
6709 to MASDC
6713 Loaned to RCAF Aug 1952.  Later to Hellenic AF as 713.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.
6714 (MSN 580-6046) to RCAF Sep 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Later to Hellenic AF.  On display at
Hellenic AF Museum, Tatoi AB, Dekelia.
6715 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  w/o Apr 16, 1953, North Bay
6716 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.  To MASDC Dec 18, 1964
6717 (MSN 580-6049) to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.  
On display at Lewiston CAP, Idaho in 1979, still there in 2008
6718 to French AF.  Was to go to Turkish AF but instead went into
storage at Sculthorpe AB in England.  Eventually went to
City of Norwich Aviation Museum.
6721 on display at city of Lewiston, Idaho
6723 to MASDC Apr 20, 1964
6725 to MASDC Oct 19, 1964
6734 to MASDC Oc5 16, 1964.
6735 to MASDC
6743 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
6744 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
6745 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.  On display at city of Huntington,
Indiana
6746 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.
6747 to RCAF Aug 1952, operated under USAF serial.  returned to USAF Oct 1953.
Now with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
6750 to MASDC
6751 to MASDC
6752 to MASDC
6753 on display at city of Plainview, Texas
6754 to MASDC.  Has been on display at Memorial Park, Huntington, Indiana since the 1960s.
6756 on display at Crossville High School, Tennessee in very poor condition.
6760 to French AF
6761 to French AF
6762 to French AF
6763 to French AF
6764 to French AF
6765 to French AF
6766 to French AF
6767 to French AF
6771 (MSN 580-6103) to Hellenic AF.  Preserved Jan 2006 at Athens.
6779 to MASDC
6781 (MSN 580-6113) in 1973 on display at Port Hueneme, California
6782 (MSN 580-6114) noted at Grissom AFB Museum, Indiana Aug 2002.
6788 to MASDC Jul 1, 1964
6793 (50th FBW) damaged in landing accident at Spangdahlem AB,
(West) Germany Apr 26, 1954.  Partially repaired and cleared
for one-off flight to Hahn AB (its home base).  Placed in storage
and subsequently SOC for spares recovery.
6794 (MSN 580-6126) was on display in 1973 at bayou La Batre, Alabama
6797 to MASDC Aug 27, 1964
6800 to MASDC
6803 to MASDC
6804 to MASDC
6808 noted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963
6811 (3531st FTS) destroyed Dec 21, 1952 3 m S of Sweetwater, Texas.
6812 to MASDC
6813 to MASDC
6817 (50th FBW) crashed May 12, 1956, pilot ejected safely.
6819 to MASDC
6822 to MASDC Sep 9, 1964
6829 to MASDC Oct 9, 1964
6830 to MASDC Oct 8, 1964.  Transferrec to US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973.
6834 (MSN 580-6166). To French AF as 16834. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
was F-BJDK
6840 to MASDC
6843 to MASDC
6844 to MASDC Feb 11, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973
6847 (MSN 580-6179) to Royal Danish AF Apr 6, 1961 as 16847, coded as DT-847.  WFU Sep 13, 1974.
Used as a decoy at Vaerlose.   Stored at Skrydstrup AB
6850 to MASDC
6853 to MASDC
6856 to MASDC
6858 to MASDC
6861 on display at Dayton, Tennesse airport.  Bore civil registration of N62278
6863 to MASDC
6864 to MASDC
6867 to Greek AF
6869 (MSN 580-6201) to French AF. W/o Oct 2, 1970.
6870 onted in scrapyard at Lasham, England in 1963.
6873 to MASDC
6875 (MSN 580-6207) to Netherlands AF
6876 to RAF Mildenhall for disposal Apr 1963
6878 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973.
6881 (MSN 580-6213) to Netherlands AF for spares use only
6882 crashed near Lowry AFB, CO Feb 5, 1960.
6886 to MASDC
6887 to MASDC
6898 (1868th FCF) SOC at Wiesbaden AB, (West) Germany Mar 11, 1965
for spares recovery.
6899 to MASDC Jan 28,1965l  Transferred to US Navy Aug 9, 1971
6900 to MASDC May 19, 1964
6901 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Feb 13, 1965
for spares recovery.
6905 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Dec 16, 1963 and to French AF
under MAP
6907 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Dec 16, 1963 and to French AF
under MAP
6909 SOC at RAF Mildenhall, England Nov 15, 1963 and to French AF
under MAP.  I have it also going to Royal Thai AF as F11-11/05.
6912 to MASDC
6915 (MSN 58-6247) on display at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina
6931 to MASDC Nov 2, 1964
6936 to MASDC
6940 to MASDC
6948 to MASDC as TC078 Oct 13, 1964.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, Arizona Jan 14, 1976
6950 to MASDC
6951 to MASDC Oct 9, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973
6952 (MSN 580-6284). To French AF as 16952. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
was F-BJDQ
6953 (MSN 580-6285) to KLu as M-52 in 1964.  SOC Apr 15, 1971.  To N648
6954 to MASDC
6956 (MSN 580-6288). To French AF as 16956. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
was F-BJDT.  6956 to Singapore AF as 364 and now on display at Singapore AF Museum, Paya Lebar.
6957 to MASDC Aug 18, 1964.  To US Navy inventory Mar 23, 1973.
51-8274 ... 51-8505
North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre
MSN 173-407/638.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8275 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8171)
8278 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8160)
8279 damaged Oct 23, 1953 grd fire-Ethan Allen AFB, VT
8281 (MSN 173-414) assigned to 85th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18281.  In midair collision 
with 51-5958 at Zetten, Holland Apr 17, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely.
8288 w/o  Dec 12, 1953 Fatal grd collision-with 51-8489 at Duluth Munc A/p, MN
8289 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8172)
8290 damaged Feb 24, 1954 Engine fail/fire-McChord AFB, WA
8291 to Republic of China AF
8294 damaged Dec 19, 1955 Taxi accident-Tyndall AFB, FL
8297 to Greek AF
8298 to Greek AF. Seen on fire dump Aginon, Greece.
8302 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8173)
8303 (MSN 173-437) to Royal Danish AF Aug 17, 1960 as 18303.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
8305 to Greek AF.  Modified to operate AIM-9 Sidewinder
8306 damaged Dec 5, 1953 Landing-Muscle Shoals Munc A/p, AL
8307 (MSN 173-440) to Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18307.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
8310 w/o Apr 19, 1955 Engine fail/fire-18 miles ENE of Chitose AFB, Japan   Pilot bailed out
8319 to Greek AF
8326 (MSN 173-459) to Royal Danish AF aug 20 1960 as 18326, coded as F-326.  Lost both wings, crashed in the 
sea north of Skagen Sep 23, 1961.  Pilot ejected safely
8329 to Republic of China AF
8330 to Greek AF
8331 w/o Aug 19, 1954 Fatal grd collision-McGuire AFB, NJ
8333 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8174)
8341 w/o Feb 24, 1954 Missing about 5 miles S off Westhampton Beach, NY
8344 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8102) and preserved at Tokorozawa Aviation Museum near Tokyo
8345 w/o Nov 9, 1955 Engine fail/fire & force landing-Pottsboro, TX
8346 (MSN 173-479) to Royal Danish AF as 18346, coded as F-346.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at
Skyrdstrup AB.  Noted in use as a target on Oksbol Range Jun 2000.
8354 damaged Nov 16, 1953 Landing-Andrews AFB, MD
8355 to Greek AF
8357 w/o Mar 9, 1955 Engine fail/fire & cr landing-7 miles WSW of Panama City, FL
8358 to Greek AF
8359 to Greek AF
8361 (MSN 173-494) to Royal Danish AF Sep 23, 1960 as 18361.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Tirstrup AB.
8362 to Greece
8366 to Greece
8367 damaged Nov 2, 1953 Landing-Greater Pittsburgh A/p, PA
8368 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8101)
8370 to Greek AF
8371 damaged Nov 17, 1955 Struck on grd by 52-401 at Landstuhl AFB, West Germany
8374 to Greek AF
8375 transferred to Japan (JASDF 84-8103). Preserved at Iruma Air Base Nov 1992 but removed in 2003.
8376 to Greek AF
8377 to Greek AF
8378 to Greek AF
8379 damaged Dec 17, 1955 Engine fail/fire-Perrin AFB, TX
8380 w/o Feb 17, 1954 ‘Explosion’-Perrin AFB, TX
8392 to Greek AF
8397 w/o Dec 19, 1955 Fatal mid air with TB-29 44-61816- 6 miles N of Port St Joe, FL
8398 to Greek AF
8401 damaged Mar 9, 1954 Landing-George AFB, CA
8403 (MSN 173-536) to Royal Danish AF Aug 20, 1960 as 18403.  Engine failure, crashed at Hulsig Jan 19, 1963. 
Pilot ejected safely.
8404 (MSN 173-537) presumably went to Greek AF, since was noted
in May 2004 as being in Polemico Moussio (war museum) in
Athens, Greece painted as 51-6171
8409 on display with Oklahoma ANG at Tulsa IAP, Oklahoma.
8413 damaged Feb 16, 1954 Structural failure-10 miles SSW of Point Mugu NAS, CA
8415 on display at Paso Robles, Shandon, CA
8416 w/o  Dec 21, 1954 Engine fail/fire & force landing-Tinker AFB, OK
8421 (MSN 173-554) assigned to 331st FIS.  To Tennessee ANG 151th FGIS, 134th FIG.  To Royal Danish AF
Mayh 28, 1960 as 18421.  WFU May 14, 1966.  Preserved at Billund, later to ASkrydstrup AB.
To display at Aalborg Defense Museum Dec 2003
8422 To MASDC  Jul 20, 1960, To Lockheed, To McLellan AFB, To Philippine AF as ‘18422’  June 1961
8427 (MSN 173-560) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18427.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used for fire practice at Vandel AB.
8429 (MSN 173-562) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18429.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB
8431 (MSN 173-564) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18431.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Skrydstrup AB.
Later as a target on the Oksbol Range
8434 damaged Jan 13, 1954 taxi accident-George AFB, CA
8435  damaged Mar 11, 1954 Landing-George AFB, CA
8436 gate guard at Basa AB, Philippines.
8439 w/o Nov 27, 1954 Fatal grd collision-O’Hare Intl A/P, IL
8449 (MSN 173-582) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18449.  W/o Aug 12, 1964 at Aalborg AB.  WFU Mar 31, 1966
and scrapped.
8451 (MSN 173-584) to Royal Danish AF May 28 1960 as 18451.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Tirstrup AB.
8453 (MSN 173-586) assigned to 440th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18453.  Damaged and WFU Feb 10, 1964
at Skrydstrup AB - preserved in museum in Copenhagen
8455 donated Apr 4, 1960 and on display in fenced in area in Twining Park, Monroe, Wisconsin
8457 to Greek AF
8461 (MSN 173-594) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18461.  Preserved at Danmarks Flyvemuseum in Billund.
Museum closed in 1997
8464 To MASDC  Jan 21, 1960, To Lockheed, To McClellan AFB, To Philippine AF as ‘18464’ June 1961
8466 to MASDC
8467 on display at Corvallis, Oregon
8468 to MASDC
8469 (MSN 173-602) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18469.  WFU May 31, 1966.  Used as decoy at Vandel AB.
Preserved at Danmarks Flyvemuseum in Billund.  Museum closed in 1997
8470 (MSN 173-603) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18470.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Aalborg AB.  
To fire dump in Aalborg.  Seen there Dec 2003.
8471 to MASDC
8472 (MSN 173-605) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18472.  Ran out of fuel, crashed at Skrydstrup AB 
Nov 17, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely
8473 (MSN 173-606) assigned to 497th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18473.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.
Used as a decoy at Aalborg AB.  Later as a target at Oksbol Range
8474 (MSN 173-607) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18474.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoy at Karup AB.
8477 w/o Feb 26, 1960 in crash 5 mi S of Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma
8481 to MASDC
8485 to MASDC
8487 to MASDC
8488 w/o Apr 18, 1955 Mid air with T-33A 50-432, 10 miles S of Gainsville,TX.  Pilot bailed out
8489 w/o  Dec 12, 1953 Fatal grd collision with 51-8288 at Duluth Munc A/p, MN
8490 to South Korea as 490
8491 to MASDC
8492 to MASDC 
8495 to MASDC
8497 to MASDC
8498 to MASDC
8498 to MASDC
8500 (MSN 173-633) assigned to 469th FIS.  To Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18500.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as
a decoy at Karup AB.  Preserved in Kjevik.
8501 to MASDC
8502 to MASDC
8503 to MASDC
8504 (MSN 173-637) to Royal Danish AF May 28, 1960 as 18504.  WFU Mar 31, 1966.  Used as a decoyu at Karup AB
51-8506 ... 51-8517
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6290/6301.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8506 to MASDC Jun 22, 1965.  To US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
8509 to MASDC 
8511 to MASDC Jan 23, 1966.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
8513 on display at city of New Kensington, Pennsylvania
8514 to MASDC
51-8518 ... 51-8541
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-6302/6325
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131725/131748
51-8542 ... 51-8635
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6326/6419.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8543 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
8546 to MASDC Feb 28, 1964
8551 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965
8554 to MASDC Feb 2, 1965
8556 to MASDC Mar 25, 1964
8559 to MASDC Apr 9, 1964
8560 to MASDC May 5, 1964
8566 (MSN 580-6350) to Royal Danish AF May 13, 1961 as 18566, coded as DT-566.  Converted to ECM.
WFU May 16, 1977.  Registered as G-TJET Jan 8, 1982.  Reregistered as G-NASA Jun 3, 20-01, cancelled
Jan 11, 2001.  Reported sold to US collector.
8568 (50th TFW) crashed by Jun 17, 1961.
8570 to MASDC Oct 19, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971
8572 to MASDC
8573 (50th TFW) crashed by Oct 13, 1958.
8574 to MASDC Sep 9, 1964
8578 to MASDC
8582 to MASDC
8584 to MASDC
8595 to MASDC Jul 22, 1964
8597 to MASDC
8604 was on display at Atmore, Alabama.  Seen 2007 mounted on pole at Sampson State Park, Route 96A, Romulus, NY
8606 to MASDC
8617 to MASDC
8619 to Royal Thai AF as F11-12/05.  SoC May 22, 1974 and broken up for spares.
8620 to MASDC
8624 SOC Apr 30, 1963, became composite airframe with forward fuselage of
49-1004 and to fire dump at RAF Mildenhall, England.
8626 to MASDC Mar 23, 1964
8627 (MSN 580-6411) on display at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
8628 SOC Dec 2, 1963 and to France under MAP
8629 in base collection at Laughlin AFB, Texas
8630 to MASDC
8631 to MASDC Oct 8, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971
8633 to MASDC
8634 to MASDC
51-8636 ... 51-8651
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-6420/6435
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131749/131764
51-8652 ... 51-8728
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6436/6512.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8652 to MASDC
8657 to Guatemala AF as 700.  Later reserialed 0011.  Now gate guard at Flores AFB,
Guatemala
8658 SOC Dec 9, 1963 and to France under MAP
8659 to MASDC
8661 to MASDC
8665 on display at city of Lake Norden, South Dakota
8669 to France under MAP. Abandoned at Wheelus AFB, Libya (now Mitiga AFB). Noted there damaged in 2006.
8671 to MASDC
8672 to MASDC
8673 mounted on a pole at American Legion Post 106, Grayling, Michigan
8674 to MASDC
8676 to MASDC
8677 to MASDC
8679 to MASDC
8680 to MASDC
8681 to MASDC
8682 to MASDC
8683 to MASDC
8686 to MASDC Feb 27, 1964
8687 to MASDC
8688 to MASDC
8693 SOC Dec 9, 1963 and to France under MAP
8694 to MASDC
8694 to MASDC
8695 to MASDC
8696 to MASDC
8699 to MASDC
8702 to MASDC
8703 to MASDC
8704 to MASDC
8707 to MASDC
8708 to MASDC
8723 (MSN 580-6507) to Royal Danish AF Apr 1, 19053 as 18723, coded as TR-723, later as DT-723.  W/o May 5, 1964 
at Limjfoerd, near Aalborg.
8724 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10003
8725 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10004
8726 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10001
8727 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10002
8728 (MSN 580-6512) to Royal Danish AF Jun 8, 1953 as 18728, coded as TR-728, then DT-728.  Converted to ECM.
Damaged and WFU Oct 1, 1975.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
51-8729 ... 51-8749
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-6513/6533
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131765/131785
51-8750 ... 51-8835
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6534/6619.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8752 (MSN 580-6536). To French AF as 18752. To Royal Thai AF (probably in 
December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBEY
8754 (MSN 580-6538). To French AF as 18754. To Singapore AF; ferry registration 
was F-BJDJ
8756 (MSN 580-6540) to Klu as spare-parts source in 1964.  In 1981
transferred to Deelen to serve the fire-
fighting school.  Only the fuselage is still
present.
8758 to MASDC
8760 (MSN 580-6544) to KLu as M-53 in 1964.  SOC Jul 31, 1971.  To N647
8761 (324th FIWS) crashed near Quezzane, Morocco Oct 22, 1958
8764 to MASDC
8765 to MASDC
8769 to MASDC Dec 21, 1964.
8770 to MASDC
8777 to MASDC
8778 to MASDC
8779 to MASDC
8782 to MASDC
8783 to MASDC
8785 to MASDC Feb 4, 1965.
8786 was on static display at Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan.  To Aviation Heritage Park, Bowling Green,
Kentucky Sep 24, 2011.
8788 to MASDC Jul 21, 1966.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
8789 to MASDC Sep 24, 1964
8790 to MASDC Jul 14, 1964
8797 to MASDC Sep 24, 1964
8803 to MASDC Apr 3, 1964
8806 to MASDC
8808 to MASDC
8810 to MASDC Oct 9, 1964
8814 on display at VFW Post 8491, Prentice, Wisconsin
8818 crashed 5 mi from base while attempting to land at Craig AFB,
AL Sep 15, 1959.  Instructor and student pilot killed.
8820 SOC Dec 2, 1963 and to France under MAP
8821 to MASDC Apr 14, 1964
8824 (MSN 580-6608) to KLu as M-56 in 1964.  SOC Jan 31, 1971.  To N646.  Noted Jan
1993 at Northrop Rice Aviation University, Los Angeles, CA.
8828 (MSN 580-6612) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 18828.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 51-8828 
8829 (MSN 580-6613) to Italian AF as MM51-8829.  Noted dismantled at the Flying Tigers Museum, Toco, Texas
in October 1991. To civil register as N8829A but was de-registered in February 2005.
8830 to Yugoslavian AF Feb 1953 as JRV 10005
8831 (MSN 580-6615) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 18831.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 51-8831
8832 (MSN 580-6616) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 18832.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 51-8832
8833 (MSN 580-6617) to Portuguese AF as 1901
8834 to Italian AF.  W/o Mar 18, 1945 i Porto di Manfredonia (Foggia)
8835 (MSN 580-6619) to Royal Danish AF Apr 27, 1953 as 18835, codes as TR-835, later as DT-835.  Scrapped 
in 1983 at Bjerringbro
51-8836 ... 51-8870
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-6620/6654
transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131786/131820
51-8871 ... 51-8939
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6655/6723.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8876 to MASDC
8877 to MASDC
8878 to MASDC
8880 on display at Beatrice, Nebraska airport mounted on a pole
8883 to MASDC Oct 21, 1964
8884 (MSN 580-6668) to Royal Danish AF May 24, 1961 as 18884, coded DT-884.  WFU Feb 10, 1975.
To Stauning Nov 26, 1978.  Registration OY-TBB reserved since Nov 14, 2003.
8886 to MASDC
8887 to MASDC
8888 to MASDC Apr 30, 1964
8894 to MASDC
8896 on display at Elk City MAP, Oklahoma Oct 2007
8897 to MASDC
8900 to MASDC Aug 3, 1964
8905 (MSN 580-6689) to Royal Danish AF May 24, 1971 as 18884, coded as DT-905. WFU Feb 28, 1977.
Preserved at Historiske Foreng Museet, Denmark
8908 to MASDC
8913 to MASDC Apr 30, 1964
8914 to MASDC
8923 (MSN 580-6707) to Royal Danish AF May 13, 1961 as 18923, coded as DT-923.  Stored in Vandel.  
Was one of a trio displayed in formation at entrance to Mobilkium Museum, Billund, Denmark
Currently on display at Danmarks Tekniske Museum, Helsingor.
8924 to MASDC
8925 to MASDC
8927 to MASDC
8928 to Portuguese AF as 1902
8929 to Greek AF
8933 (MSN 580-6717 to Royal Danish AF Jun 8, 1953 as 19833, code TR-933.  Crashed Mar 16, 1954 in
Arhus Bay, Kattegat
8935 to Italian AF
8936 to Italian AF
8937 to Italian AF
8938 (MSN 580-6702) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 18938.  W/o May 11, 1964 near Randalberg, Norway.
8939 to Italian AF
51-8940 ... 51-8953
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-6274/6737
Transferred to US Navy as TV-2 BuNo 131821/131834
51-8954 ... 51-9039
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6738/6823.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
8955 to MASDC
8957 to MASDC
8959 donoted to town of Defuniak Springs, Florida Nov 11, 1964 for display at the airport.
Sits on a concrete slab poured Oct 29, 1964.
8962 to MASDC Oct 27, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Sep 18, 1969
8965 mounted on pole at American Legion Post 41, West Helena, Arkansas
8972 to MASDC Apr 20, 1964
8974 (36th FDW) crashed  mi WSW of Nouasseur AB, Morocco Mar 26, 1958.
8975 SOC Jun 26, 1963 and to Staravia Ltd of Lasham, England as scrap.
8977 to MASDC
8981 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971
8983 to MASDC
8988 to MASDC
8994 to MASDC
8996 to MASDC
8997 to MASDC Nov 9, 1964
8998 to MASDC May 19, 1964
8999 to MASDC
9000 to MASDC
9004 To MASDC Oct 12, 1964.  Transferred from Davis Monthan to USN March 1972
9005 to MASDC Oct 8, 1969
9007 to MASDC Oct 13, 1964
9008 to MASDC 
9013 to MASDC Oct 12, 1964
9016 to MASDC Jul 10, 1964
9017 to MASDC Mar 25, 1964
9020 to MASDC Oc5 12, 1964.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Sep 13, 1971
9022 on display at airport at Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.
9026 to MASDC
9028 (MSN 580-6812) to KLu as TR-5 in 1953.  SOC Jun 2, 1972. 
9029 (MSN 580-6813) to KLu as TR-6 in 1953.  SOC May 26, 1972
9030 to Italian AF
9031 to Italian AF
9032 (MSN 580-6816) to Belgium as FT13 Jul 1953.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF, flown
to Sculthorpe, England Nov 267, 1979.  To Yugoslav AF, converted to TT-13 target towing aircraft
Oct 1980.  Last noted in service 1984.  To NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum, Cape May, NJ Sep 2000
9033 (MSN 580-6817 MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 19033.  MAP to Italian AF as MM51-9033
9036 to French AF.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.  Now on display at Newark Air Museum, Newark, UK
9037 to Italian AF
9039 (MSN 580-6823) to Hellenic AF.   As Hellenic Air Force 59039 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
51-9040 ... 51-9075
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-6824/6859
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131835/131870
51-9076 ... 51-9149
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6860/6933.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
9076 to MASDC Jun 25, 1965.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
9077 (7221st ABS) crashed by Mar 28, 1960.
9079 (MSN 580-6863) on display in Hobart, Indiana in Apr 1998 and still there Aug 2009.
9080 on display at Skiatook MAP, Oklahoma Oct 2007
9081 to MASDC Jan 28, 1966
9086 (MSN 580-6870) assigned to 3555 FTW, Perrin AFB, TX.
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Nov 30, 1961 to Jan 11, 1963
Registered as NASA 523.  Assigned to the city of Hampton, VA for display
Noted on display at Hampton Air Power Park, Virginia Aug 23, 2003
9087 to MASDC Feb 12, 1965
9089 to MASDC Jul 21, 1964
9091 involved in a ground taxi accident at Pinecastle AFB on 07/31/53 with a parked aircraft 51-6703.  In 2011 was on
static display at the former Houma NAS, Louisiana without serial numbers.  In 2013 had correct serial number
displayed.
9092 to MASDC
9100 on display at city of Velva, North Dakota
9101 to MASDC
9102 (MSN 580-6886) to Royal Danish AF Apr 24, 1961 as 19102, coded as DT-102.  Converted to ECM.  WFU
Sep 3, 19784.  Used as decoy. Stored in Vandel
9104 (MSN 580-6888) in 1973 was on display at Robertsdale, Alabama
9105 to MASDC
9106 (MSN 580-6890) to civil registry as N11987.  Registration
cancelled May 2, 2007 as "destroyed"
9107 to MASDC Jul 23, 1964
9109 to MASDC as TC707 Jul 28, 1966
9111 on display at city of Fairbury, Nebraska
9112 to MASDC Jun 19, 1964
9113 to MASDC Feb 11, 1965
9114 to MASDC Dec 28, 1964
9116 to MASDC
9121 to MASDC
9126 to MASDC
9127 (MSN 580-6911) on civil register in 1979 as N123MJ and currently as N9127
9128 on civil registry as N11988.
9131 to MASDC Mar 30, 1964
9134 to MASDC
9137 to MASDC
9138 (MSN 580-6922) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Royal Thai AF as TF11-4/03.  May have been with Italian AF before that.  SOC
Apr 26, 1968
9139 to Italian AF?
9140 to Italian AF
9141 to Italian AF
9142 to Italian AF
9143 to Italian aF
9144 to Royal Danish AF Jul 23, 1953 as 19144, coded as TR-144, later as DT-144.  W/o Mar 26, 1971 near Haderslev
9145 to Italian AF
9146 to Royal Danish AF Jul 3, 1953 as 19146, coded as TR-146, later as DT-146.  W/o Jul 13, 1967 near Skrydstrup AB
9148 (MSN 580-6932) to KLu as TR-7 in 1953.  W/o Ju 3, 1957.
9149 (MSN 580-6933) to KLu as TR-8 in 1953.  W/o Feb 6 1967
51-9150 ... 51-9167
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-6934/6951
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo 131871/131888
9157 transferred to US Navy as 131878.  Assigned to Naval Air Material Center [NAMATCEN], Philadelphia, PA
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 1, 1959 to Oct 1, 1962
Registered as NASA 224.
Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX Oct 1, 1962
Mounted on pedestal at Sheppard AFB, TX.
9160 (MSN 580-6944) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Royal Thai AF s TF11-6/10 Dec 26, 1967.  W/o Jun 6, 1972
51-9168 ... 51-9310
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-6952/7094.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
9168 (MSN 580-6952). To French AF as 19168. To Royal Thai AF December 1982; 
ferry registration was F-GBEP
9174 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
9175 to MASDC Feb 8, 1966.  Transferred to US Navy inventoyry Aug 9, 1971.
9178 to MASDC
9179 converted to RT-33A.  Later to Royal Thai AF as TF11-7/10 Dec 26, 1967.  SOC Jul 5, 1995.  Stored at Hat Yai,
then to Bangkok 2003.
9180 to MASDC Nov 30, 1964.
9181 crashed on ranch 20 mi NE of Rock Springs, Texas Nov 23, 1953, same day as crash of 51-9243 at same place.
9184 to MASDC Jun 17, 1964
9186 to MASDC 
9188 to MASDC
9191 (MSN 580-6975) to Mexican AF as JE-005. W/o Mar 26, 1980
9192 to MASDC
9193 to MASDC
9195 to MASDC Jul 10, 1964
9196 (MSN 580-6980) to Mexican AF as JE-006.  Preserved at Base Aerea Militar no 1, Santa Lucia Estado de Mexico.
9197 to MASDC as TC712 Jul 29, 1966.
9199 to Guatemala AF as FAG 707.  W/o Sep 26, 1967
9201 to MASDC
9202 to MASDC
9209 to MASDC
9212 to MASADC Jan 23, 1966.  Transferred to US Navy inventory Aug 9, 1971.
9218 to MASDC
9220 (MSN 580-7286) to Spanish AF as E.51-49 Nov 5, 1964 under MAP.  Noted on display at Leon AB Sep 2013.
9227 disappeared over Pacific Ocean after takeoff from LAX Oct 15, 1955.  Two crew killed.
9230 to MASDC Jun 24, 1964.
9233 to MASDC Apr 3, 1964 
9235 (MSN 580-7019) to MASDC Aug 14, 1964.  Put on display at Buffalo MAP, Minneapolis in Aug 2007. 
9237 (MSN 580-7021) with 57th Ftr Intr Sq, 23rd FG crash landed on road after engine flameout Jan 25, 1956
15 mi SW of Presque Isle AFB, Maine.  Pilot survived but unsuccessfuly attempted, with help of
civilians to pul crew mate from burning aircraft.
9238 to MASDC as TC707 Jun 4, 1964.
9239 to MASDC
9243 crashed on ranch 20 mi NE of Rock Springs, Texas Nov 23, 1953, same day as crash of 51-9181 at same place.
9248 to Belgium as FT14 Sep 1953.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to Sculthorpe, England
Nov 26, 1979.  To Yugoslavian AF, converted to TT-13 target towing aircraft as 10055 Oct 1980.  
To Naval Air Station Wildwood Foundation at Cape May Airport, Rio Grande, New Jersey Sep 1995. 
9249 presumably became MM51-9249 of Italian AF.  In 1987 on display 
at Italian AF Museum, Vigna di Valle
9251 to Italian AF
9252 to French AF.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe. Then noted in 1982 at Hailsham, UK in USAF colors,
presumably for a museum.  By 1990 was at Tangmere Military Aviation Museum, England
9253 to Italian AF
9254 (MSN 580-7038) to KLu as TR-9 in 1953.  SOC Jul 6, 1971
9259 to Italian AF
9260 to MASDC Aug 4, 1964
9262 to MASDC
9263 located on a memorial near Brooklyn, Ohio Municipal Complex
9265 (MSN 580-7049) to Royal Danish AF Jul 9, 1961 as 19265, coded as DT-265.  W/o Oct 19, 1964 in hangar 
fire at Karup AB.
9266 to MASDC Mar 19, 1963
9267 (MSN 580-7051) to Mexican AF as JE-007.
9269 to MASDC Feb 10, 1965
9271 (MSN 580-7055) on civil registry as N16697.  Noted 1990 on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah.
9273 to MASDC Dec 7, 1964
9275 to MASDC
9276 to MASDC
9277 to MASDC
9281 to Guatemala AF as FAG 714.
9282 on display with Iowa ANG, Sioux City, Iowa
9283 to MASDC Mar 30, 1964
9284 to MASDC Jun 30, 1964.
9287 to MASDC
9288 to MASDC Dec 10, 1964
9289 (MSN 580-7073) to Royal Danish AF Apr 6, 1961 as 19289, coded as as DT-289.  Converted to ECM.
WFU Mar 9, 1977.  Used as a decoy.  Stored in Vandel.  Was one of a trio displayhed in formation at
entrance to Mobilium Museum, Billund, Denmark
9290 to MASDC Jul 8, 1964
9292 to MASDC
9293 to MASDC Jun 25, 1964
9295 to MASDC as TC715 Aug 1, 1966
9296 to MASDC
9297 to MASDC
9299 to MASDC Feb 8, 1965
9303 to MASDC Oct 28, 1964
9306 to MASDC Sep 24, 1964
9308 to MASDC
9310 to MASDC
51-16976 ... 51-16995
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-7095/7114. - for MDAP
16977 (MSN 580-7096) to Royal Danish AF May 2, 1961 as 116977, code DT-977.  W/o Oct 19, 1964 in hangar 
fire at Karup AB
16988 on display at village of Gibsonburg, Ohio in 2008.
16992 (MSN 580-7111) at Air Museum, Palm Springs RAP, CA Jan 2007.  Seen hangared at Pima Air and Space Museum in 2013.
51-17388 ... 51-17556
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
17388/17409 MSN 580-7115/7136
17389 to France under MAP. Was preserved as gate guard at Wheelus AFB, Libya (now Mitiga AFB). 
Abandoned there. Noted there damaged in 2006.
17410/17443 MSN 580-7149/7182
17444/17455 MSN 580-7137/7148
17456/17467 MSN 580-7247/7258
17468/17486 MSN 580-7362/7380
17487/17511 MSN 580-7467/7491
17512/17536 MSN 580-7572/7596
17537/17556 MSN 580-7682/7701
some for MDAP.
17396.  There is a photograph of a Royal (i.e. pre-Gadaffi) Libyan 
AF T-33 with serial 117396, allegedly taken at Idris AFB, Libya about 1959.
17405 (MSN 580-7132) to Italy as TR-506
17411 (MSN 580-7150) to KLu as M-54 in 1964.  SOC May 26, 1972
17412 SOC Nov 22, 1963 and to France under MAP
17413 (66th TRW) damaged by Aug 4, 1954 in unspecified incident.
SOC at Sembach AB, (West) Germany Feb 23, 1955 for spares
recovery.
17414 (MSN 580-7153). To French AF as 117414. To Royal Thai AF (probably in 
December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBET.  W/o Dec 1985
17415 SOC May 16, 1963 and to Staravia Ltd of Lasham, England as scrap.
17416 (MSN 580-7155) to KLu as M-57 in 1964.  W/o Jun 8, 1965
17417 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Feb 13, 1965
for spares recovery.
17428 SOC Nov 26, 1963 and to France under MAP
17430 (3525 MandS Group, Williams AFB) collided with two other T-33s in formation (52-9581 and
52-9793) Oct 28, 1954.  All 3 aircraft crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB, AZ.  Pilot killed.
17431 (MSN 580-7170) on display at American Legion Walter L. Fox Post No. 2 near Dover AFB, Delaware since 1965.
17445 (MSN 580-7138) to Belgium as FT15 Nov 1953.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown
to Sculthorpe, England Nov 26, 1979.   To US cvil registry as N1180C in 1980.  To N410GH Nov 1987.
To Connie Kalitta as N133CK Mar 1992.  To Heritage Air Oct 19, 2010.
17447 (MSN 580-7140) to Portuguese AF as 1903
17448 (MSN 580-7141) to Portuguese AF as 1904
17449 to Greek AF
17450 to Greek AF
17451 to Italian AF.  To Turkey Oct 11, 1953.  Later crashed.  Plane bearing this serial number is on
display at Auto and Technik Museum, Sinsheim.
17452 (MSN 580-7145) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 117452.  W/o Apr 7, 1965 Korsfjorden, near Bergen Airport,
Flesland, Norway
17453 to Italian AF
17454 to Italian AF
17455 to Italian AF as MM51-17455.  Seen as gate guard at Decimomannu, Italy
17459 (MSN 580-7250) to KLu as TR-12 in 1954.  W/o Jul 9, 1963
17461 (MSN 580-7252) to KLu as TR-10 in 1953.  W/o Aug 11, 1958
17462 (7330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to French AF
17463 (MSN 580-7284) to Belgium as FT16 Dec 1953.  SOC Nov 1979. Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to
Sculthorpe, England Dec 3, 1979.  To Yugoslav AF, converted into TT-13 target towing aircraft Oct 1980.
Last noted in servive 1984.  To US civil registry as N533CB Jun 1990.  To Stockton Field Aviation museum Jul 19, 
2012.
17464 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10008
17465 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10009
17466 (MSN 580-7257) to KLu in 1953 as TR-11.  SOC May 25, 1972
17467 to Italian AF
17468 (MSN 580-7362) to Belgium as FT17 Dec 1953.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to
Sculthorpe, England Dec 3, 1979.  To Yugoslav AF, converted into TT-13 target towing aircraft Feb 1981.
Last service Apr 1983.  To US civil registry as N125AT Jul 23, 1990.  NOted at Sacramento/McLellan Park
Oct 2002.  Scrapped by Dec 2003.  Registration cancelled Dec 15, 2004 as "destroyed 2002"
17469 (MSN 580-7363) to Belgium as FT18 Dec 1953.  W/o in midair collison with T-33 FT35 near Bogaerden May 13, 1959.
17470 (MSN 580-7364) to Italian AF as MM51-17470.  Noted dismantled at the Flying Tigers Museum,
Toco, Texas in October 1991.   Later registered as N1061L
17471 to West German AF as AB-716, BD-716, BB-801, 94+01.  Now in museum at Speyer, Germany as T-33A 56-3659.
17472 (MSN 580-3766) to French AF as 17472 with code 314-UG
17473 (&330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to French AF.
Now on display at Midland Air Museum, Coventry, UK
17474 to Italian AF
17475 to West German AF as AB-725, DB-382.  W/o Sep 15, 1964.
17476 to West German AF as AB-702, DA-397, JA-387.  To Turkey in 1969
17477 to Italian AF.  W/o Jun 10, 1978
17478 (7330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to French AF.
17479 (MSN 580-7373) to Belgium as FT20 Jan 1954.  Belly landing at Chievres Oct 23, 1961.  Not repaired, SOC Sep 1962.
17480 to West German AF as AB-703, BD-703, BB-802, 94+02.  At Westerland as ME-11.  Reported in
Luftwaffe Museum restoration hangar as ND-204.
17481 to West German AF as AB-708, DB-383, EC-375, MD-375, 94+03.  Scrapped in 1972
17482 to West German AF as AB-704, BD-704, BB-803, 94+04.  Scrapped in 1970
17483 (7330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to West German AF.
17484 (MSN 580-7378) to Italian AF.  On display as MM51-17484 at Rozzato, near Brescia, Italy 
17485 to West German AF as AB-705, BB-705.  To Turkey
17486 (7330th FTW) crashed by Jan 27, 1954.
17488 to Italian AF as 51-17488.  Stored sismantled at Zi Pietro restaurant, Frascati-Vermiciono, Rome, Italy.
17489 to Italian AF
17490 (MSN 580-7470) to Royal Danish AF Dec 8, 1953 as 117490, code TR-490,later as DT-490.  Converted to ECM.
WFU Jan 19, 1977.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
17491 (MSN 580-7471) to KLu as TR-21 in 1954.  SOC Sep 15, 1972.  
17492 (MSN 580-7472) to Royal Danish AF Dec 12, 1953 as 117492, code TR-492, later as DT-492.  WFU Aug 14, 1974.
Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
17494 (MSN 580-7474) to Royal Danish AF Dec 12, 19o53 as 117494, code TR-494, later as DT-494.  W/o Oct 19, 1964 
in hangar fire at Karup AB
17495 to Italian AF
17496 (MSN 580-7476) to Portuguese AF as 1905.  Stored Cemetery Hangar Beja Apr 2000.
17497 (MSN 580-7477) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 117497.  MAP to French AF as 117497. Ferry registration 
was F-BKXM.  MAP 1982 to Republic of Singapore AF with serial 376,
17498 (MSN 580-7469) to KLu in as TR-14 in 1954.  SOC Oct 12, 1971
17499 to Italian AF.  W/o Mar 18, 1954 in harbor di Manfredonia (Foggia)
17500 to West German AF as AB-717. W/o Jul 13, 1962
17501 to West German AF as AB-726, DA-398, 94+05.  Scrapped 1972.
17502 to West German AF as AB-707, BD-820, DF-395, EB-395, 94+06.
17503 (7330th FTW) SOC Jul 15, 1954 on transfer to French AF.  Later to Greek AF
17505 (MSN 580-7485) to Belgium as FT19 Jan 1954.  Crashed at Wezeren Jun 15, 1960.
17506 to Italian AFw/o Feb 7, 1971 at Montaletto di Cervia
17508 to West German AF as AB-706, BA-706, DC-395.  W/o Apr 10, 1961.
17509 to West German AF as AB-709, BD-709, BB-804, 94+07
17510 (MSN 580-7490) to KLu in 1954.  W/o Feb 28, 1957.
17512 to Italian AF.  W/o Aug 1954
17513 (MSN 580-7573) to Belgium as FT21 Apr 1954.  SOC Oct 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  To Alverca, Portugal
Oct 15, 1979.  To Portuguese AF as 1928.  SOC Sep 4, 1991.  Last noted stored at Beja Sep 2001.
17514 to West German AF as AB-713, DB-397, 94+08.  To Greece as 17514.
17516 (MSN 580-7576) to Royal Danish AF Feb 7, 195 as 117516, code TR-516, later as DT-516.  Converted to ECM.
WFU May 17, 1977.  Used as as decoy at Vaerlose.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro
17518 (MSN 58-7578) to KLu in 1954 as TR-22.  W/o Jun 9, 1954
17519 to Turkey as 1-519.  On display at Izmir-Cigli AB.
17521 to Greek AF
17522 (MSN 580-7582) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 117522 (code DP-1).  MAP to French AF as 117522. To Royal 
Thai AF (probably in December 1982) as F11-34/26; ferry registration was F-GBEU.  W/o at Hat Yai,
Thailand Jan 28, 1986  				
17523 to West German AF as AB-710, BD-710, BB-805, 94+09.  W/o May 2, 1968.
17524 (MSN 580-7584) to Belgium as FT22 Apr 1954.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  Flown to
Sculthorpe, England Dec 3, 1979.  To US civil registry as N1180D Sep 1981.  Cancelled Oct 31, 2013.
17525 to West German AF as AB-718, DB-384, 94+10.  Scrapped in 1972.
17526 to West German AF as AB-719, DB-398, 94+11.  Scrapped in 1972
17527 to Italian AF
17528 to Italian AF?
17529 to Italian AF
17530 (MSN 580-7590) to KLu in 1954.  W/o Jul 23, 1963.
17531 to Italian AF
17532 (MSN 580-7592) to Royal Danish AF Apr 7, 1954 as 117532, code TR-532, later as DT-532.  W/o Aug 9, 1968 near Sunds
17533 SOC at 7330th FTW Jan 25, 1957 on transfer to West German AF.
17534 (MSN 580-7594) to Italian AF as MM51-17534.  Preserved at Museo Aeroportuale at Cameri Air Base, Italy.
17536 to Italian AF.  Noted preserved aas MM51-17536 at Capodichino, Napleas Apr 2009.
17537/8 (MSN 580-7682/7683) were two of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered 
March 24, 1954 as E.15-1 and E.15-2  These were Spain's first operational jets.
17539 (MSN 580-7684) to Belgium as FT23 Apr 1954.  W/o Jul 11, 1961 at Oldenmark, Netherlands.
17540 (MSN 580-7685) was one of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered March 24, 1954 as E.15-3
17541 (MSN 580-7686) to KLu as TR-28 in 1954.  SOC May 26, 1972.  Received by Turkish AF Sep 18, 1972.
Now in Turkish AF museum in Ankara.
17542 (MSN 580-7687) to KLu as TR-23 in 1954.  W/o Feb 11, 1955.  
17543 (MSN 580-8688) was one of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered March 24, 1954 as E.15-4.
17544 (MSN 580-7689).  MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 117544.  MAP to French AF as 117544. To Royal Thai AF 
(probably in December 1982) as F11-38/26; ferry registration was F-GBEZ.  Stored at Hat Yai, Thailand
17545 to Greek AF
17546 (MSN 580-7691) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 117546 (code DP-K).  MAP to French AF as 117546.  Flown
from France to Oslo Nov 16, 1981.  On display at Forsvarets Flysamling, Gardermoen, near Oslo, Norway
17547 (MSN 580-7692) was one of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered March 24, 1954 as E.15-5
17548 (7373rd ADW) SOC Mar 2954 on transfer under MDAP, possibly
to Spanish AF.
17549 (MSN 580-7694) to KLu as TR-25 in 1954.  SOC Dec 20, 1971  With Hellenic AF in 1999 and noted preserved
at Maleme Jul 2008.
17550 to West German AF as AB-711, BB-711, BD-847, BB-806, 94+12.  To Greece as 17550.
17552 (7330th FTW) SOC Oct 25, 1954 on transfer under MDAP to an
unknown AF.
17553 to West German AF as AB-714, DA-371, JA-386, DE-399, DE-397, MA-397, 94+11.  Scrapped
17554 was one of the first six T-33s for Spanish AF, delivered March 24, 1954.  With Spanish AF as E.15-6 and
preserved at Museo de Aeronautica Y Astronautica, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid
17555 to West German AF as AB-712, DB-385, 94+13.  To Greece as 17555.
17556 (MSN 580-7701) to KLu as TR-17 in 1954.  SOC Jul 6, 1971
52-1493 ... 52-1594
Martin B-57B-MA
1493 converted to NB-57B.  Used for trials of Bomarc missile guidance system, At MASDC by 1961
1494 w/o 2/9/55, Edwards AFB, both crew killed.
1495 w/o 1/6/59, Edwards AFB.
1496 converted to NB-57B for weapons trials.  Crashed after takeoff near Werribee, Australia Sep 17, 1962.
Both crew killed.
1497 fitted with Bomarc nose and redesignated JB-57B. TO MASDC by 1969
1498 converted to NB-57B for weapons trials.  Later reconverted to
combat configuration and lost in combat with 8th TBS, 385h TFW when hit by ground fire while attacking
a truck park at Ban Loumpoun, Laos Sep 22, 1968.  Was able to fly 100 miles to Gulf of Tonkin where both
crew members ejected and were rescued by Navy ship.
1499 (MSN 082) converted to JB-57B as target for high-altitude platforms and for
calibration of cameras.  Later converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  On display at WPAFB 
Museum, Ohio.
1500 converted to EB-57B.  modified for testbed use.  At Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT.
1501 converted to EB-57B
1502 converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  w/o Apr 5, 1977 after mid-air collision.
1503 converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  w/o 1/14/80 Plattsburgh
1504 (MSN 087) converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  On display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Abilene, Texas.
1505 (MSN 088) converted to EB-57B.  (B-57E) to MASDC as BM033 Apr 20, 1970.  Now on display at Malmstrom AFB, 
Great Falls, Montana
1506 (MSN 089) converted to EB-57B, later to WB-57B.  To MASDC as BM138 Dec 10, 1981.
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  On display at Celebrity Row at AMARC.
1507 (MSN 090) converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM025 Oct 26, 1969
1508 (MSN 091, 8th TBS, 35th TFW) hit by ground fire while attacking a river ford near Tavouac, Laos Mar 27, 1969.
Able to fly near Phu Cat, where crew ejected and were rescued.  Last B-57 lost in Vietnam
1509 (MSN 092) converted to EB-57B.  On display at Laughlin AFB, Del Rio, Texas.
1510 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) shot down by ground fire Sep 10, 1967 while attacking an oil takner 8m NW of Dong Hoi,
North Vietnam.  Both crew ejected, pilot became POW and navigator KIA.
1511 converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM134 Dec 2, 1981.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
1512 (8th TBS, 405th FW) hit by ground fire over North Vietnam Oct 8, 1966.  Made it back to Da Nang but crashed into
Sea of Japan 1 mi from Da Nang.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by HH-43 helicopter.
1514 w/o 9/11/58
1516 (MSN 099) converted to EB-57B.  To MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  Returned to service May 26, 1972.  Now on display
at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin 	AFB, Florida.
1517 w/o 2/9/55
1518 converted to RB-57B.  Converted to Tropic Moon II with low-intensity
TV system.  To MASDC as BM035 Jun 8, 1970
1519 (MSN 102) converted to EB-57B.  to MASDC Oct 15, 1969.  Now on display at March Field Museum, March AFB, Riverside, CA.
1521 converted to EB-57B.  modified for testbed use.  To MASDC as BM137 Dec 3, 1981.
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
1522 converted to RB-57B.  w/o 7/20/58 Little Rock, AK.
1523 (8th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by AAA near Hue, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam Feb 21, 1966.  Crew ejected and
were rescued by US Army helicopter.
1524 damaged in landing accident Nov 5, 1955 at Kelly AFB, Texas
1526 (MSN 109) converted to EB-57B.  Was at Beale AFB, Marysville, CA.
In Oct 2007 reported on display at Museum of the Kansas National Guard,
Forbes Field, Topeka, Kansas.  Still there Mar 2009.
1527 converted to RB-57B.  rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13289
1528 w/o 1/21/55, Randolph AFB, TX.
1529 w/o 12/4/55, Webb AFB.
1530 (8th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by ground fire near Ban Sarai, Savannakhet Province, Laos Apr 7, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
1531 w/o 5/17/56, Eniwetok Redwing.
1532 loaned to South Vietnam but under US control  Program was cancelled and aircraft returned to USAF Apr 20,  1967.
Shot down with 8th TBNS, 35th TFW by ground fire 7 mi SSE of Ban Kate, Savannakhet Province, Laos Feb 22, 1969.
Both crew KIA.
1534 w/o 11/29/55 Texas/Mexico.
1535 converted to MSB-57B.  w/o 6/22/55.
1536 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13298
1538 w/o 4/26/55, Randolph AFB.
1539 converted to MSB-57B with TM-76A Mace nose, redesignated JB-57B-MA, reconverted to B-57B,
rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13288.
1540 converted to JB-57B.
1541 (13th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by AAA 10 mi SW of Chu Lai, South Vietnam Sep 19, 1966.  Both crew KIA.
1543 w/o Yokota 2/4/61.
1544 (13th TBS, 405th FW) lost in combat Sep 6, 1965.  Crew received indications of an engine fire during close air
support mission.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
indication.
1545 to MASDC as BM026 Oct 30, 1969.  Returned to service as EB-57B.  Back
to MASDC as BM135 Dec 2, 1981.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
1548 (MSN 131) converted to EB-57B.  On display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum,
Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
1550 (13th TBS, 405th FW) shot down by small arms 25 mi N of Saigon, South Vietnam Aug 19, 1967.  Both crew KIA.
1551 converted to RB-57B, later to EB-57B.  To MASDC as BM030 Nov 21, 1969.  Was at 
NASM, Washington DC in Dulles storage.  Now on display at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
1552 redesignated as NB-57B by the time it reached MASDC in 1969.
1554 w/o 7/28/55, Hill AFB.
1555 destroyed by mortar attack at Bien Hoa
Nov 1, 1964.
1557 converted to RB-57B.  With 13th TBS, 35th TFW) shot down by AAA 11 mi W of Kontum City, South Vietnam Jan 21, 1967.
Both crew KIA.
1559 converted to RB-57B.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13286.
1561 (35th TFW, 8th TBS) shot down 10 mi S of A Shau Valley, Laos Jan 13, 1969.  Both crew KIA.  Remains recovered 2003.
1562 converted to JB-57B with TM-76 Mace nose.  Rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13290.
1563 w/o 9/8/55, Langley AFB.
1564 converted to EB-57B.  to MASDC as BM133 Dec 2, 1981.
Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
1565 (38th BW) damaged in landing accident at Dover AFB, DE Jun
1955.   Repaired.  Lost in combat when hit by ground fire Dec 14, 1965 near Pleiku, South Vietnam.  Pilot never
ejected and was KIA.  Navigator ejected and was rescued by Army helicopter.  
1566 w/o 4/2/57.
1567 converted to RB-57B.  Loaned to South Vietnam AF but under US control.  Program cancelled and returned to USAF
Apr 20,1967.  W/o when hit by ground fire but was able to fly back to Phan Rang Mar 15, 1969.  Suffered dual 
flameout near Pleiku, South Vietnam.  Both crew ejected and were rescued by USAF HH-43 helicopter.
1568 w/o in ground explosion 5/16/65, Bien 
Hoa AB, Vietnam.
1569 w/o 1/9/59
1570 converted to RB-57B.  Restored to B-57B combat configuration.
Suffered engine failure Oct 5, 1968, Phan Rang, South Vietnam.  Crew ejected and were rescued.
1571 converted to RB-57B, later to EB-57B.  w/o 3/76.  To MASDC as BM027 Nov 6, 1969
1572 crashed Edwards AFB, Dec 24, 1958 during
simulated engine out landing.  Pilot killed.
1573 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13299.
1574 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13291.
1575 converted to RB-57B.  Restored to B-57B combat configuration.  With 405th TFW, 13th TBS hit by ground fire
while attacking Ho Chi Minh Trail in Southern Steel Tiger area of Laos.  Crew ejected but both MIA.
1576 assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH May 1965
Used for "Project Bee" research. The project sought to prove that the high-energy liquid hydrogen 
could be used as aircraft fuel. The B-57B was setup to take off and land using traditional fuel, 
but switched over to the liquid hydrogen while in flight over Lake Erie. The tests were successful 
and would be a key element in convincing others in NASA that liquid hydrogen was safe to use on the 
Saturn rocket.
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 19, 1973 to Feb 8, 1975
Registered as NASA 516.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
Assigned to NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 26, 1975 to Aug 13, 1980.
Registered as N516NA Sep 19, 1980; sale reported Sep 20, 1980, cancelled Jun 17, 1993.
Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
Registered as NASA 809.  Registered as N809NA; cancelled.  Preserved and on display at Air force
Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, California.
1578 converted to B-57G 1969.  Modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.  To MASDC as BM097 Mar 13, 1974.  
1579 converted to JB-57B for testbed for J83 turbojet, the powerplant
for the Fairchild SM-73 Goose decoy missile.  Program cancelled
in 1959.  In July 1959 the plane was transferred to Patrick AFB, FL
1580 to Tropic Moon II with low-intensity
TV system.  Later converted to B-57G.  Under "Tropic Moon III" modified to RB-57G for night
interdiction.  To MASDC as BM095 Mar 13, 1974.
1581 converted to RB-57B, then converted to NRB-57B (later redesignated NB-57B) 
to test a prototype terrain-following
radar, and later with a nose-mounted low light level TV system
and redesignated YB-57G.  To MASDC as BM032 Mar 5, 1970
1582 converted to B-57G in 1969.  Under Tropic Moon III modified to RB-57G for night interdiction.
To MASDC as BM096 Mar 13, 1974.
1583 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13293.
1584 to MASDC 1970.  Converted to GNB-57B 1972.  Currently on display at Kalamazoo Aviation 
Historical Museum, Michigan.
1586 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) hit by 37mm AAA while on bombing run on a ford at Ban Te Bang, Laos Apr 3, 1968.  
Plane made it back to Phan Rang, but aircraft was DBR during emergency landing.  Crew OK
1587 w/o after colliding with T-33A 50-0446 Mar 26, 1957 over Speyer, (West) Germany.
1588 converted to B-57G.  Modified under Project Tropic Moon III to RB-57G for night interdiction.
To MASDC as BM088 Feb 7, 1974.
1589 converted to RB-57B.  Converted back to B-57B.  Lost in combat Jun 30, 1965.  Aborted takeoff
and ensuing damage due to exploded bombs.
1590 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) damaged by AAA near Nam Can, South Vietnam Dec 8, 1966.  Was able to fly out to Sea of Japan
where crew ejected and were rescued by US Navy ship.
1591 w/o 12/11/56, Laon, France.
1592 (8th TBS, 35th TFW) damaged by small arms fire and crashed during single-engine landing at Da Nang, South Vietnam
Mar 25, 1968.  Both crew KIA.
1594 rebuilt as RB-57F 63-13292.
52-6643 ... 52-6812
Republic F-84F-45-RE Thunderstreak
6648 to Luftwaffe as DE-362, DE-113.  To Greece
6651 served with New Jersey ANG 119th TFS out of Atlantic City, New Jersey in 1959
6655 to Luftwaffe as DE+108.  WFU
6658 to Luftwaffe as D+246, DD+246, DD+346.  Scrapped at Pferdsfeld 1971
6659 to Luftwaffe as DR+002, DD+118, DD+318.  To Greece
6660 to Luftwaffe as DE+103, DD+308.  Scrapped
6661 to Luftwaffe as DE+241, DE+375, DE+238.  To Greece
6665 to Luftwaffe as DE+242, DD+366.  To Greece
6666 at Salisbury (tail only)
6669 to Luftwaffe as DR+003, D+120, DD+120, DD+320.  On display at Memmingen as DD+113
6671 crashed Mar 11, 1957 after collision with T-33 54-1558 near
Finchingfield, England
6672 to Luftwaffe as DD+367, DD+367, D+116, DD+316.  WFU
6673 to Luftwaffe as DR+004, BF+004, DE+369, DE+232.  
6675 to Luftwaffe as DD+373, DD+245, DD+345.  To Greece.  Preserved at city of Coffeyville, Kansas.
6676 to Luftwaffe as DR+005, BF+003, DD+383, DD+255, DD+355.  To Greece
6679 to Luftwaffe as DE+244, DE+376, DE+252, DD+364.  To Greece
6680 to Luftwaffe as DE+123.  To Greece
6681 to Luftwaffe as DD+376.  To Greece
6682 to Luftwaffe as DE+364, DE+106.  
6684 to Luftwaffe as DE+246.  
6687 to Luftwaffe as DE+101
6688 to Luftwaffe as DD+363.  To Greece
6689 to Luftwaffe as DE+120, DE+382, DE+102.  To Greece
6690 to Luftwaffe as DD+377, DD+127, DD+327.  To Greece
6691 to Luftwaffe as DE+109, DE+361, DE+126, DD+370, DD+379.  W/o Oct 20, 1960
6692 crashed Dec 9, 1955 near Sheffield, Derbyshire, England.  Pilot
ejected safely, but the plane hit a nursing home, killing a patient.
6693 to Luftwaffe as DD+368, DD+121.  W/o Apr 23, 1963
6696 to Luftwaffe as D+114, DD+114, DD+314.  Scrapped at Pferdsfeld 1971
6697 to Luftwaffe as DE+365, DE+126.  W/o Apr 25, 1962
6698 to Luftwaffe as DD+127, DD+377, DD+258, DD+358.  To Greece
6699 to Luftwaffe as DE+252.  W/o May 21, 1962
6701 on display at Robins AFB, Georgia
6702 to Luftwaffe as DE+231.  To Greece
6703 to Luftwaffe as DE+258, DE+114.  To Greece
6704 to Luftwaffe as DE+374, DE+254.  W/o Jun 23, 1964
6705 to Luftwaffe as DE+257, DE=126, DD+368.  To Greece
6706 to Luftwaffe as DE+124.  To Greece
6707 to Luftwaffe as D+254, DD+254, DD+354.  Tpreserved at Buchel as DC+211
6708 to Luftwaffe as DD+374.  W/o Oct 19, 1961
6710 to Luftwaffe as DE+240, DE+373, DE+128.  To Greece
6711 (20th FBW)w/o Jun 20, 1956
6712 to Luftwaffe as D+255, DD+255.  W/o Aug 10, 1961
6713 to Luftwaffe as DR+009, DD+119.  
6714 to Luftwaffe as DE+239, DE+372, DE+126.  Preserved in Rheine as DF+240
6715 to Luftwaffe as D+252, DD+252, DD+352.  Scrapped in Pferdsfeld 1971
6716 to Luftwaffe as DE+125.  WFU
6722 to Luftwaffe as DE+363, DE+127.  To Greece.  Noted inactive at Tanagra
Sep 2005
6723 to Luftwaffe as DE+234.  To school aircraft
6724 (20th FBW) crashed Jun 11, 1957 at RAF Woodridge, UK  Pilot ejected.
6725 to Luftwaffe as D+115, DD+115, DD+315.  WFU
6726 to Luftwaffe as DE+235.
6727 to Luftwaffe as D+247, DD+247, DD+347.  To Greece
6729 to Luftwaffe as D+125, DD+125, DD+325.  To Greece, preserved at Athens
6730 to Luftwaffe as DE+104.  To Greece
6731 to Luftwaffe as DE+236.  W/o Jul 23, 1959
6733 to Luftwaffe as DE+237.  WFU
6734 to Luftwaffe as DD+378, BF-103.  Preserved in Lechfeld as DB-32
6736 to Luftwaffe as DE+111.  To Greece
6737 to Luftwaffe as D+244, DD+244, DD+344.  Preserved in Furstenfeld as DD+244
6738 to Luftwaffe as DD+379, DD+121, DD+321.  To Greece
6741 to Luftwaffe as DE+110.  W/o May 27, 1960
6742 (20th FBW) w/o Jun 22, 1956
6743 to Luftwaffe as D+126, DD+126, DD+326.  To Greek AF as 26743.  Reported
Apr 1995 stil extant at Tatoi AB, Greece.
6744 to Luftwaffe as DE+124, DD+369.  To Greece
6745 to Luftwaffe as DE+233, DD+370.  To Greece
6746 to Luftwaffe as D+239, DD+239, DD+339.  In Luftwaffenmuseum, Berlin-Gatow, Germany painted as DD+313.
6749 to Luftwaffe as DD+361, DD+109, DD+309.
6752 to Luftwaffe as DE+102, DE+360, DE+121.  Preserved in Husum as DE+121
6754 to Luftwaffe as DD+380.  W/o May 24, 1962
6756 to Luftwaffe as D+243, DD+243, DD+343.  Scrapped at Pferdsfeld 1971
6759 to Luftwaffe as DD+128, DD+367.  WFU
6760 to Luftwaffe as DE+238.  W/o Jan 28, 1963
6761 to Luftwaffe as D+240, DD+240, DD+340.  To Greece
6763 to Luftwaffe as DE+251.  To Greece
6764 to Luftwaffe as DD+375, BF+104.  Preserved in Lechfeld as DB+132
6765 to Luftwaffe as DE+121. W/o Jul 10, 1963
6766 to Luftwaffe as DE+366, DE+109.  To Greece
6767 to Luftwaffe as DD+36, DD+122, DD+322.  Scrapped in Pferdsfeld 1971
6768 (55th FBS) w/o Nov 23, 1956
6769 to Luftwaffe as D+253, DD+253, DD+353.  To Greece
6773 to Luftwaffe as D+103, DD+103, DD+303.  To Greece
6774 to Luftwaffe as DD+381, DD+113, DD+313.  To Greece.  An F-84F painted
as DD+313 was noted Apr 29, 1996 in Luftwaffenmuseum, Gatow
6775 to Luftwaffe as DE+370, DE+249, DD+367.  To Greece
6778 to Luftwaffe as DD+382, BF+105.  Preserved at Hermeskeil as BF+105
6780 to Luftwaffe as DE+371, DE+253.  WFU
6782 on display at Luke AFB, marked as 52-6779 Thunderbirds aircraft
6783 to Luftwaffe as D+248, DD+248, DD+348.  Preserved at Dusseldorf as 5.
6786 to Luftwaffe as D+245, DD+245.  W/o Aug 14, 1961
6788 to Luftwaffe as DE+367, DE+107.  WFG
6789 to Luftwaffe as DE+376, DE+244.  To Greece.  Noted outside a museum in Toulouse, France Mar 23, 2013.
Preserved by La Fédération Française des Ailes Anciennes and displayed at the Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse, France
6790 to Luftwaffe as DE+372, DE+239.  To Greece
6791 to Luftwaffe as DE+364, DD+112, DE+312.  To Greece
6792 to Luftwaffe as DD+256, DD+356.  W/o Mar 11, 1965
6794 to Luftwaffe as D+249, DD+249, DD+349.  To Greece
6795 to Luftwaffe as DE+368, DE+247.  To Greece
6796 to Luftwaffe as DD+365, DD+301, DD+101.  WFU
6797 to Luftwaffe as DD+373, DE+240, DD+344.  To Greece
6798 to Luftwaffe as D+241, DD+241, DD+341.  To Greece
6804 to Luftwaffe as DE+377, BF+106.  Now in Luftwaffe Museum in Berlin as BF+106.
6805 to Luftwaffe as DE+369, DE+110.  W/o Sep 6, 1962
6806 to Luftwaffe as DE+118.  Scrapped
6808 to Luftwaffe as DD+370, DD+123, DE+323.  To Greece
6809 to Luftwaffe as DE+112.  To Greece
6811 to Luftwaffe as DE+371, DD_233, DD+333.  To Greece
52-9129 ... 52-9975
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 
9129/9192 MSN 580-7183/7246
9131 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9132 to MASDC as TC717 Aug 1, 1966
9134 to MASDC as TC710 Jul 19, 1966
9135 to MASDC as TC1224 Feb 1, 1985
9136 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
9141 tail is at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL. attached to 52-9526
9144 (MSN 580-7198) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4329. Wfu 
9148 (MSN 580-7202) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4337. Wfu
9154 (MSN 580-7208) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4344.  WFU
9158 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
9163 (MSN 580-7217) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4342. Preserved at Barbacena, MG, Brazil
9164 (MSN 580-7218) to Peruvian AF as FAP-490.  Became N61493, registration cancelled by FAA Jan 19, 2009
as "destroyed".  
9166 to MASDC as TC002 Jul 9, 1964
9171 on display at Hill AFB, Utah 
9172 (MSN 580-7226).  In 1973 was on display at Big Bear Lake, Californial
9191 on display at Moody AFB, Georgia
9193/9295 MSN 580-7259/7361.
9198 to MASDC as TC973 Aug 18, 1970
9205 on display at city of Franklin, Nebraska
9207 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
9212 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9214 (MSN 580-7280) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4333. Wfu
9221 (MSN 580-7287) on display in 1973 at Santa Maria, California
9222 to MASDC as TC657 Nov 12, 1965
9223 on display with Texas ANG, Houston, Texas.
9224 (MSN 580-7290) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4331. Wfu
9225 seen on pole in 2009 outside Claude M. Lewis Recreation Center, Warner Robins AFB, GA
9232 disappeared May 9, 1957.  Pilot was rescued after 50 days in Kings Canyon National Park.  Hiking Boy
Scouts found a canopy bearing the serial number of this aircraft Jul 14, 1977.
9233 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  9233 on a pole at Schlemeyer Field, Odessa, Texas
9238 to MASDC as TC705 Jul 22, 1966
9239 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  On display at Terminal Building at Torrance MAP, California Feb 2007
9240 to AT-33A.  to MASDC as TC0951 Feb 24, 1970. 
9243 to MASDC as TC233 Apr 19, 1964
9255 (MSN 580-7321) Model L-245 modified by Lockheed as T-33B, the unofficial
designation for what emerged as the T2V-1 SeaStar.  First flight Dec 16, 1953.  Registered N125D
9256 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9257 to Philippines.  Displayed in park at Clark Field as 52257, seen Mar 2012.
9258 on display at city of Moline, Kansas
9261 to MASDC as TC947 Feb 10 1970
9264 on display with Nebraska ANG, Lincoln, Nebraska
9266 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9268 to MASDC as TC0960 Apr 23, 1970
9273 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed into Pacific Ocean 20 mi S of Lihue, Kauai,
Hawaii Jan 30, 1959.  Both crew ejected safely and were recovered.
9275 to MASDC as TC976 Sep 2, 1970
9279 to MASDC as TC941 Jan 22, 1970
9287 to MASDC as TC1250 Feb 1, 1985.  9287 (MSN 580-7353) ex instructional airframe located at AMARC Aug 2004
9280 (MSN 580-7346) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4336. Preserved at Canoas, RS, Brazil
9282 on display with Iowa ANG, Sioux City, Iowa
9283 (MSN 580-7359) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4325. Preserved at Fortaleza, CE, Brazil
9293 (MSN 58-7359) with Brazilain AF as TF-33A 4325 and preserved at Fortaleza
9296/9381 MSN 580-7381/7466
9305 to Thai AF as F11-18/12.  SOC May 30, 1973.
9308 to MASDC as TC241 Sep 4, 1963
9311 on display at airport in Columbia, Mississippi, pianted as 0-3930.
9313 to MASDC as TC955 Mar 12, 1970
9314 (MSN 580-7399) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4320. Wfu
9316 to MASDC as TC1251 Feb 1, 1985.
9318 (MSN 580-7403) to Brazilian AF as 4318. Wfu
9321 (MSN 580-7406) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4330. Crashed on Nov 04, 1970 in sea 15km off praia Lagoa 
Redonda near Fortaleze, CE, Brazil. There was only one pilot in flight. Pilot Milton dos Santos ejected 
and swam two hours to Beach
9326 on static display at VFW Post 2395, Covington, Indiana
9331 (MSN 580-7418) reported crtashed in New Hampshire in 1975 and noted Apr 2000 with Florida Aircraft Painting, Inc,
Bartow, awaiting restoration.
9335 to MASDC as TC734 Oct 9, 1966
9338 to NASA as 942, then N942NA
9349 on display as gate guard at Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana  
9354 to MASDC as TC1252 Feb 1, 1985  
9356 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9358 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
9359 to MASDC as TC1254 Feb 1, 1985
9364 (MSN 580-7449) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4321. Wfu
9365 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9366 to MASDC as TC253 Sep 11, 1962
9368 (MSN 580-7453) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4335. Wfu
9370 to MASDC as TC971 Aug 11, 1970
9372 (MSN 580-7457) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4334. Instructional Airframe at ESPAER, Brazil
9374 converted to NT-33A.
9375 bailed to General Dynamics of Phoenix, AZ as JT-33A and fitted
with Mace missile nose.  Transferred Nov 1959 to 38th ABG at Sembach, (West) Germany.  SOC Nov 7, 1960
for spares recovery.
9377 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9379 to MASDC as TC1257 Feb 1, 1985
9380 to MASDC as TC1258 Feb 1, 1985.  To Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA 
9382/9461 MSN 580-7492/7571
9384 (MSN 580-7494) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4326. Wfu
9386 to MASDC as TC948 Feb 17, 1970
9387 (MSN 580-7497) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4328 and preserved at Pirassununga, Brazil
9390 to MASDC as TC1259 Feb 1, 1985
9391 to Guatemalan AF as FAG 742. W/o Oct 3, 1966,
9395 to MASDC as TC1260 Feb 1, 1985
9397 to MASDC as TC663 Dec 27, 1965.
9402 in Jun 1992 on display at National Guard base at Stout Field, Indianapolis, Indiana.  At 
American Legion Post 211 at Paris, Illinois Nov 2007
9404 (c;n 580-7514) with Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4322 and preserved at Recife, PE, Brazil
9408 to Turkish AF under MAP
9416 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9417 to MASDC as TC1262 Feb 1, 1985.
9418 (MSN 580-7528) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4323. Preserved at Bebedouro, Brazil
9421 (MSN 580-7531) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4332. Wfu
9423 to MASDC as TC1263 Feb 1, 1985
9425 to MASDC as TC869 Sep 22, 1969
9431 to MASDC Mar 8, 1982.
9432 to MASDC as TC1264 Feb 1, 1985
9434 (MSN 580-7544) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4338. Wfu
9435 (MSN 580-7545) to MASDC as TC1265 Feb 1, 1985.  ex instructional airframe located at AMARC Aug 2004
9436 on display at Veterans Avenue Ball Park, Monroeville, AL
9441 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.
9442 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9444 (MSN 580-7554) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4324. Wfu
9446 (MSN 580-7556) on display at National Museum of Transportation, St Louis, Missouri.
9448 (MSN 580-7558) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4327. Preserved at Fortaleza, CE, Brazil
9454 (MSN 580-7564) served with Philippine AF as 29454
9456 to MASDC Aug 10, 1973.
9459 to MASDC as TC970 Jul 31, 1970
9462/9546 MSN 580-7597/7681
9464 to MASDC as TC227 Mar 28, 1963
9469 to MASDC Feb 2, 1985
9477 to MASDC as TC865 Jul 16, 1969
9479 to MASDC as TC1269 Feb 1, 1985
9495 to MASDC as TC1270 Feb 1, 1985.
9496 crashed 7 mi SW of Benson, AZ Jun 26, 1969.  Both crew killed.
9497 delivered to USAF Dec 2, 1953
In Dec 1953 to 3645th Pilot Training Wing (ATC), Laughlin AFB, TX (TDY to Goodfellow AFB, TX)
To 3575th Pilot Training Wing (ATC), Vance AFB, OK Apr 1957 (TDY to Offutt AFB, NE)
To 3320th Maintenance Support Group (ATC), Amarillo AFB, TX Jun 1964
Converted to GT-33A (ground instructional airframe) Feb 1965
Dropped from inventory as surplus Jan 1966. Currently on display at Air Mobility Command 
Museum, Dover AFB, DE
9499 to MASDC as TC864 Jul 10, 1969
9502 (MSN 580-7637) to Ecuadorian AF as FAE-502 and noted preserved at Base Aerea Eloy Alfaro, Manta in Oct 2014.
9503 to MASDC as TC1271 Feb 1, 1985
9506 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
9507 to MASDC Oct 1, 1973
9508 to MASDC as TC1190 Feb 4, 1980
9510 to MASDC as TC1272 Feb 1, 1985
9511 to Thai AF as F11-13/05.  SOC Sep 20, 1965 and broken up for spares
9513 to MASDC as TC945 Jan 26, 1970
9517 to MASDC as TC992 Apr 30, 1971
9518 to MASDC as TC1273 Feb 1, 1985
9521 (MSN 580-7656) To Uruguay as FAU-206.  W/o Aug 29, 1972.
9526 at Russell Military Museum in Russell, IL.  It has the tail from 52-9141.
9527 to MASDC May 24, 1973
9529 (MSN 580-7664) to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  On display at Hickory Aviation Museum, North Carolina in May 2009. 
9530 to MASDC as TC1275 Feb 1, 1985.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
9537 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985
9538 to MASDC as TC958 Mar 27, 1970
9538 assigned to 196th FS, CA ANG in mid 1950s.  to MASDC as TC958 Mar 27, 1970.  Seen in 1976 at
Avon Park Air Force Range, Avon Park, FL in 1976.  Used as target
practice on the range for many years.  The wreck was still out
there in Sep 2003.
9539 (81st TFW) soc at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Jun 6, 1964.
Ended life on fire dump at RAF Woodbridge, England during 1960s
9540 to MASDC as TC1277 Feb 1, 1985.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
9541 to MASDC as TC871 Oct 2, 1969
9547/9616 MSN 580-7707/7776
9550 to MASDC as TC665 Dec 27, 1965
9553 to MASDC as TC293 May 19, 1964
9555 to MASDC as TC294 Aug 23, 1962
9561 to Greek AF
9563 on display at Grissom Air Park, Indiana.
9564 (MSN 580-7724) Noted last year at Valley County Pioneer Museum, Glasgow, Montana
9566 to MASDC as TC1278 Feb 1, 1985
9568 on display at city of Othello, Washington
9571 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9572 to MASDC as TC1279 Feb 1, 1985
9574 on display at Mercer Air Field, Calhoun, Georgia.
9581 (3525th MandS Group, Williams AFB) collided with two other T-33s in formation (51-17430 and
52-9793) Oct 28, 1954.  All 3 aircraft crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB, AZ.  Pilot killed
9582 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973.
9583 to MASDC Sep 13, 1973
9584 to MASDC Nov 6, 1973.
9586 to civil registry as N49892
9587 (MSN 580-7747) to MASDC as TC1280 Feb 1, 1985.
9590 (MSN 580-7750) on display at George Robert Hall airpark, Bobby Chain Airport, Hattiesburg, 
Mississippi in Sep 2007.
9592 to MASDC as TC1281 Feb 1, 1985.
9593 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
9594 (MSN 580-7754) preserved at Burley Airport, Idaho in 1979 and still there in Apr 2000
9595 (MSN 580-7755) service with Philippine AF as 29595.
9597 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Jun 6, 1964.
9604 on display at city of Cambridge, Ohio
9608 on display at city of Greenville, Mississippi
9614 on display at city of Sheldon, Iowa
9617/9691 MSN 580-7802/7876.
9619 (7425th SG) SOC at Hahn AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Feb 19, 1958.
9620 (MSN 580-7805) reported preserved at Salem Airfield, Oregon in 1979
9621 to MASDC as TC1282 Feb 1, 1985.
9622 to civil registry as N86905
9624 (10th TRW) SOC at RAF Alconbury Apr 16 1965 under MAP.
9632 (MSN 580-7817).  The aircraft was never assigned to a training command, but spent its career with Air 
Defense Command (ADC) units. All ADC units had T-33As assigned for pilot proficiency flying, and 
instrument training. After 13 years in the Air Force, this T-33 was dropped from inventory and later 
spent some years in a city park in Viborg, South Dakota.
Noted Oct 2003 on display at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS, still there Oct 2006.  CAM acquired 52-9632 in 1981. 
Museum volunteers recovered the aircraft from Viborg, South Dakota, dismantling and transporting it 
back to Topeka. The jet had been heavily vandalized, including holes beaten through the fuselage. 
Steel reinforcement bars sat over the cockpit where the canopy should have been, and the cockpit 
area was gutted of instruments and other items.
Once in Topeka, re-assembly and restoration of the T-33 began. This included a journey by a 
group of volunteers to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, (Tucson) Arizona to gather many needed parts 
and instruments to bring the T-33 back to display condition. During the restoration, a number of 
parts labeled 1947 were found on the jet, and a credit card, perhaps lost by one of 632’s former 
pilots was found in the cockpit. The trainer carries the markings of the 13th Fighter Interceptor 
Squadron, ADC, its last Air Force unit.
Assignments
January 1954	14th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS), Air Defense Command (ADC), Sioux City, 
Iowa Municipal Airport. Deployments thereafter to Yuma County Airport, Arizona and Minneapolis/St. Paul 
Municipal Airport, Minnesota
July 1957 	53rd Consolidated Maintenance Squadron, ADC, Sioux City, Iowa
July 1959	13th FIS, ADC, Glasgow Air Force Base (AFB), (north of Glasgow), Montana
February 1964 	328th Fighter Wing, ADC, Richards-Gebaur AFB, (Belton) Missouri.
January 1966	13th FIS, ADC, Glasgow AFB, Montana
February 1967	Dropped from Air Force inventory by transfer to school or museum
????– July 1981 	City park in Viborg, South Dakota
July 31, 1981	Combat Air Museum
9640 at ANG Fresno-Yosemite IAP, CA.
9648 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
9650 located outdoors at Worcester County American Legion Post 93 in Pocomoke City on Maryland's
Eastern Shore at intersection of Route 13 and Route 113.
9651 (MSN 580-7836) on display at Farview Park, Centralia, Illinois.
9653 to MASDC Nov 6, 1972
9663 on display at city of Pinckneyville, Illinois
9667 (MSN 580-7852) to Uruguay as FAU-210
9670 crashed in La Paz Canyon, CA Sept 18, 1964.
9671 (MSN 580-7856) to KLu as M-58 in 1964.  SOC May 26, 1972.
9672 (MSN 580-7857)  spotted in 2008 mounted on pylons at 120th Fighter Wing of Montana ANG at Great Falls, Montana
9681 (36th TFW) SOC at Bitburg AB, (West) Germany Apr 23, 1965 under MAP
9685 (36th TFW) SOC at Bitburg AB, (West) Germany Apr 23, 1965 under MAP.
9684 to MASDC as TC969 Jul 14, 1970
9692/9751 MSN 580-7917/7976
9692 (MSN 580-7917) to MASDC as TC1349 Dec 12, 1987. Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  At Air Museum, 
Palm Springs RAP, CA Jan 2007 Noted with San Diego Air and Space Museum Restoration
Facility in Jan 2012.
9694 (7101st ABW) SOC at Wiesbaden AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Mar 31, 1964
9695 (10th RW) crashed by Oct 19, 1956.
9696 on pedestals next to lake west of downtown Arcadia, Florida, with damaged canopy.
9697 on display at city of Burlington, Iowa
9717 (14th FIS) aircraft went nose-high on takeoff to 50 feet, stalled,
and crashed Sep 15, 1956.  One crew killed.
9719 to MASDC as TC1283 Feb 1, 1985
9720 to MASDC as TC1284 Feb 1, 1985
9725 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9728 to MASDC as TC957 Mar 27, 1970
9732 (163rd TFS/IN ANG) severely damaged when landed short of runway at Chambley AB,
France Mar 19, 1962.  Crew unhurt.  Aircraft used for spares reclamation and SOC Jun 20, 1962  
9734 (MSN 580-7959). Noted at Hampton Air Power Park, Hampton, VA Aug 23, 2003.  The plane painted
as 29734 on display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT is actually 58-0592.  Seen May 2007
at Barnes MAP, Massachusetts, painted as 29681.
9740 to MASDC as TC942 Jan 22, 1970
9744 to MASDC as TC946 Jan 30, 1970
9748 to MASDC as TC956 Feb 4, 1980.  To 3T251.  To TC1191 Feb 4, 1980.
9752/9826 MSN 580-8012/8086
9757 to MASDC as TC1192 Feb 4, 1980.
9760 to MASDC as TC1285 Feb 1, 1985.
9765 (85th FIS) caught fire while taking off from Scott AFB, went down
in cornfield Sep 10, 1956.  Two crew killed. 
9766 noted on display at roadside at VFW Post 2573 between Wilmington and Carolina Beach, NC.
9769 was on display at Estrella Warbird Museum.  Noted on display Mar 2014 at Memorial Museum of Veterans of
Arizona, Maricopa, Arizona.
9770 on display with VFW Post 9392, Lowell, Wisconsin
9771 to MASDC as Feb 1, 1985
9772 (MSN 580-8032) to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  Noted summer 2005 preserved at Kenai ANGB, Alaska
9773 to MASDC as TC1288 Feb 1, 1985.
9776 to MASDC Feb 1, 1985.  Was on display at VFW post, Warner Robins, Georgia.  In 2014 was at entrance to
municipal airport at Sidney, Ohio
9777 to MASDC as TC1290 Feb 1, 1985.
9778 (MSN 580-8038) to Brazilian AF in 1967 as TF-33A 4343. WFU
9780 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9781 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
9782 to MASDC as TC2726 Aug 12, 1966
9785 on display at American Legion Post 34, Cadiz, Ohio
9786 to MASDC Aug 16, 1972
9787 (MSN 580-8047) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4340. (1/14 GAv) crashed on Jan 17, 1968 on landing at BA Canoas, 
RS, Brazil. Pilot Ernesto Marini Sobrinho and Pilot Enildo Queiroga de Lucena killed
9792 to Thai AF as F11-14/10.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and broken up for spares.
9793 (3525th MandS Group, Williams AFB) collided with two other T-33s in formation (51-17430 and
52-9581) Oct 28, 1954.  All 3 aircraft crashed 12 mi SSE of Williams AFB, AZ. Instructor pilot
successfully ejected, but student pilot was killed.
9797 on display at Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul, Illinois
9798 (MSN 580-8058) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4339. Wfu
9803 assigned to 159th FIS, 25th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC as TC1333 May 15, 1987.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000
9804 to MASDC as TC315 Sep 12, 1962.
9805 to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece.
9806 (MSN 580-8066) on display with Philippine Air Force as 29806 at Ninoy Aquino IAP, Manila in Jan 2010
9818 to MASDC as TC967 Jul 31, 1970
9815 (730th CSW) crashed by Nov 22, 1963.
9825 to MASDC as TC949 Feb 20, 1970
9826 (10th TRW) SOC at RAF Alconbury for spares recovery Feb 13, 1965
9827/9875 MSN 580-8133/8181
9827 (20th TFW) SOC at RAF Wethersfield for spares recovery Sep 18, 1964
9828 (357th FIS) crashed by Aug 24, 1956.
9829 (7227th CSG) SOC at Aviano AB, Italy Apr 23, 1965 under MAP.
9830 (10th TRW) SOC at Toul AB, France for spares recovery Feb 13, 1965
9831 (49th TFW) SOC at Spangdahlem AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Aug 7, 1964
9833 (32nd FIS) SOC at Camp New Amsterdam, Holland for spares recovery Nov 29, 1966
9834 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany Apr 22, 1965 under MAP.
9835 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Nov 1, 1965.
9836 to Thai AF as F11-15/10.  Put on display at Kahampaeng Saen
9838 (MSN 580-8144). To French AF as 29838. To Singapore AF; ferry registration was F-BJDY
9839 to MASDC as TC1364 Mar 9, 1988.
9842 on display at city of Hector, Minnesota
9843 became N58417.  Noted Oct 1996 as instructional airframe at Benjamin Davis High School, Detroit, MI.
9845 to MASDC as TC944 Jan 23, 1970
9846 (MSN 580-8152) was on display at Edwards AFB, CA.  Later at Thomas P. Stafford a/p Weatherford, OK.
Noted mounted on pole outside TPS building at Edwards AFB, CA Fall 2003
9848 to MASDC as TC1319 Sep 19, 1986.
9851 to MASDC Oct 3, 1973
9857 (49th TFW) to RAF Mildenhall for disposal May 1964.  To Turkish AF under MAP
9858 to MASDC as TC861 Jan 10, 1969.
9859 (MSN 58-8165) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A 4341.  WFU
9862 (86th FIW) involved in incident at Wheelus AB, Libya May 26, 1959.
Subsequently went to contract maintenance facility at Milan-Malpensa,
Italy and SOC there Jun 1, 1963
9863 (47th BW) crashed at West Barsham, England following engine flameout
Oct 9, 1954.
9864 (36th FDW) crashed by Sep 27, 1958.
9865 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, (West) Germany for spares recovery Aug 28, 1964
9866 (MSN 580-8172) noted stored with Turkish AF at Eskisehir AB in Apr 1995.
9867 (7322nd ABW) SOC at Chateauroux AB, France Mar 21, 1966, then
transferred to French AF
9868 (48th TFW) crashed on landing at Chaumont AB, France Jan 22, 1959.
9869 (86th FIW) crashed by Nov 29, 1954.
9870 (86th FIW) crashed by Jan 20, 1958.
9871 (MSN 580-8177) to Spanish AF as E.15-50 under MAP Nov 5, 1964.  Preserved at Zaragoza AB, Spain as E.15-50
9876/9880 MSN 580-7702/7706
9876 (MSN 580-7702) to KLu as TR-24 in 1954.  SOC Dec 20, 1971
9877 (MSN 580-7703) to KLu as TR-18 in 1954.  W/o Jul 3, 1957.
9878 to German AF as AB-720, BD-720, JD-396, 94+15.  Scrapped 1972
9879 to German AF as AB-735, BA-735, BD-735, BB-818.  W/o Feb 2, 1965
9881/9905 MSN 580-7777/7801
9881 (MSN 580-7777) to KLu as TR-26 in 1954.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.with Hellenic AF as 29881 and 
preserved at Serres Aero Club Jan 2000.
9886 to German AF as AB-736.  W/o Jan 4, 1961
9888 to German AF as AB-729, BD-729, JD-397, 94+16.  Scrapped in 1972.
9892 (MSN 580-7788) to Belgium as FT24 Apr 1954.  SOC Jan 8, 1980.  Noted preserved as gate guard at
Brustem 1989.  Transferred to Beauvechain and preserved at the base museum.
9897 to German AF as AB-737.  W/o Aug 19, 1958
9898 (MSN 580-7794) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 29898.  MAP to Italian AF as MM 52-9898.  Preserved at 
Grottaglie AB, Italy
9899 (MSN 580-7795) to KLu as TR-19 in 1954.  W/o May 26, 1964
9900 (MSN 580-7796) to KLu as TR-20 in 1954.  SOC Jul 6, 1971
9901 (MSN 580-7797) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 29901.  MAP to French AF as 29901.  To Republic of Singapore
AF in 1982 as 373
9903 to German AF as AB-721, BD-721, BB-784.  To Turkey in 1968.
9905 to German AF as AB-722.  W/o Jul 2, 1957.
9906/9925 MSN 580-7877/7896
9909 to German AF as AB-738, BD-738, JD-398, 94+17.  W/o Nov 28, 1967
9910 to German AF as AB-727.  W/o May 8, 1962.
9913 (MSN 7884) to Netherlands as TR-29 in 1954.  To Greek AF as 29913.  Preserved at Larissa AB, Greece.
9914 to German AF as AB-723, BD-723, 94+18.  Scrapped in 1972.
9917 to German AF as AB-724, BD-724, 94+19.  To firedump at Munich Riem Apt.
9919 at Air Park, Eskisehir, Turkey.
9922 (MSN 580-7893) to KLu as TR-27 in 1954.  SOC May 26, 1972.
9924 (MSN 580-7895) to KLu as TR-30 in 1954.  W/o May 25, 1957
9925 to German AF as AB-731, BD-731, YA-701, 94+20.  To Greece as 29925
9926/9940 MSN 580-7977/7991
9926 to German AF as AB-739, BD-739.  W/o Mar 3, 1967
9927 to German AF as AB-732.  W/o Jun 2, 1959.
9928 (7330th FTW) crashed Oct 11, 1954
9929 to German AF as AB-740, DA-372, JC-381, JD-399, 94+21.  W/o in 1969
9930 to German AF as AB-728, BD-728, 94+22.  At Furstenfeldbruck as AB-773.
9931 to German AF as AB-790, DC-382, EC-383, MDp383, DC-395, 94+23.  Scrapped in 1972.
9932 to German AF as AB-741, BD-741, 94+24.  WFU Mar 24, 1971
9933 to German AF as AB-742, BA-742, DC-396, 94+25.  Scrapped in 1972.
9934 (MSN 580-7985) to Spanish AF as E.15-7 May 5, 1954 and last noted as instructional airframe at Las 
Bardenas Range, Navarra.
9935 to German AF as AB-743, BA-743, DC-397, 94+26.  Scrapped
9936 to German AF as AB-744, BB-744.  Scrapped in 1972.
9937 to German AF as AB-745, DC-383, DC-399, 94+27.  Scrapped
9938 to German AF as AB-730, BD-730, 94+28.  Sold in 1972
9939 (3131st Maint Gp) SOC at Chatearoux AB, France Dec 12, 1956 for spares recovery
9940 (MSN 580-7991) to Spanish AF as E.15-8 May 5, 1954 and last noted as instructional airframe at 
Las Bardenas Range, Navarra
9941/9950 MSN 580-8087/8096
9941 (MSN 580-8087) to Spanish AF as E.15-9 May 5, 1954 and w/o Jul 28, 1954.  Noted stored at Leon Air Base in
Sep 2013.
9943 (MSN 580-8089) to Spanish AF as E.15-10 Jun 25, 1954
9944 (MSN 580-8090) to Colombian AF as AT-33A FAC2008.  Preserved in the Museo Militar Colombia at Bogota.
9945 (MSN 580-8091) as FAE945 on display at Museo Aeronautico de la Feurza Aerea Ecuatoriana, Quito, Ecuador.
9946 (MSN 580-8092) to Spanish AF as E.15-11 Jun 25, 1954
9947 (MSN 580-8093) to Spanish AF as E.15-12 Jun 25, 1954
9951/9975 MSN 580-8182/8206.
9951 to German AF as AB-746.  W/o Nov 21, 1957
9952 to German AF as AB-747, BA-747, DC-389, 94+29.  Scrapped in 1972
9954 to German AF as AB-748, BD-748, JD-395, 94+14.  Scrapeed in 1972.
9955 (MSN 580-8186) to German AF as AB-749, BD-749, 94+30.  To Greece as 29955.  Retired from Hellenic AF 
Jan 19, 2009 and noted preserved at Timbaki-Kalama Jul 2005.
9956 to German AF as AB-750, BD-750, BB-836.  W/o Jan 21, 1965.
9958 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10024.  Local converted to recon aircraft
as IT-33A.  On display in Belgrage Museum.
9960 to German AF as AB-751, DC-384, JD-383.  To Turkey?
9961 to German AF as AB-752, BD-752, 94+31.  Scrapped in 1972.
9962 to German AF as AB-753, BD-753, 94+32.  To Grece as 29962.
9963 was on display at Wales Aircraft Museum, Cardiff Airport until 
museum closed 1996; Scrapped at Cardiff in 1998.
9965 to German AF as AB-754, BD-754, BB-835, 94+32.  To Turkey in 1969.
9966 to German AF as AB-757, BD-757, 94+33.  At Buchel AFB
9967 (MSN 580-8198) to German AF as AB-733, BD-733, 94+34.  Preserved at Buchel AB, Germany
9968 to German AF as AB-755, BD-755, BB-832.  To Turkey in 1969
9969 to German AF as AB-756.  W/o Aug 16, 1962.
9971 to Chinese Nationalist AF as T-33024.  Must have defected, as noted 1987 in Military
Museum of Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing.
9972 to Republic of China AF as T-33025.
9974 (MSN 580-8205) to Royal Danish AF Jul 20, 1954 as 29974, code TR-974, later DT-974.  Converted to ECM.
WFU apr 4, 1977.  Scrapped in 1983 at Bjerringbro.
53-2687 ... 53-2780
Lockheed T-33B 
MSN 580-7897/7916,7992/8011,8097/8132,8207/8224.
Transferred to US Navy as TV-2 BuNo 136793/136886
53-4886 ... 53-5089
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8225/8428.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
4886 to AT-33A.  To MASDC Aug 21, 1972
4891 to MASDC
4897 on display with VFW Post 2219 at Fall River, Wisconsin
4900 to AMARC as TC1324 Mar 5, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
4901 to MASDC
4902 to Greek AF
4903 on display at Dane County Apt, Madison, Wisconsin
4905 to MASDC Aug 1, 1975
4906 to Guatemala AF as FAG 728.  Sold to TG-LAY
4907 to MASDC as TC807 Mar 6, 1967
4908 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
4909 to MASDC as TC319 Feb 3, 1963
4911 to MASDC as TC320 Jan 18, 1963
4913 (57th FIS) to MASDC Apr 1961.  SOC for spares recovery Nov 15, 1961
4914 on display at VFW Post 5694, Highland, Illinois
4915 to MASDC as Jan 14, 1980
4916 to Greek AF as 34916.  Preserved at Nea Aghialos AB, Greece.
4918 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980.
4919 (MSN 580-8258) To Uruguay FAU-207
4921 (MSN 580-8260) to Spanish AF as E.15-51 Nov 12, 1964 under MAP.  Noted 2010 on display as E.15-51 at Museo del Aire, Cuatro
Vientos, Madrid.  
4926 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
4928 (MSN 580-8267) To Uruguay FAU-208
4930 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
4932 in 2011 was in front of airport offices at Bowling Green Airport, Ohio
4938 on display at Florala, AL.
4936 (MSN 580-8275) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4360. Wfu
4938 on display at city of Florala, Alabama
4939 to civil registry as N152JS.   Was ex-Blackhawk Vocational Tech School reg N1055Z.   In poor
shape at Janesville, WI
4943 crashed on takeoff from Grand View AFB, MO May 5, 1955
4944 to MASDC Man 30, 1973
4945 to MASDC May 30, 1973
4947 to Greek AF
4948 to MASDC May 30, 1973
4950 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
4952 to MASDC as TC990 Feb 23, 1971
4953 to MASDC as TC876 Sep 9, 1969 
4955 (MSN 580-8294) to Brazilian AF as 4364.  At Museu Aeroespacial,
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
4956 (MSN 580-8295) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4355. Wfu
4957 (7030th ABW) crashed 3 mi NE of Sembach AB, West Germany
Dec 1, 1960.
4958 (526th FIS) SOC at Camp New Amsterdam, Holland for spares
recovery Aug 1, 1966
4959 (MSN 580-8298). To French AF as 34959. To Thai AF (probably in 
December 1982); ferry registration was F-GBES
4961 (7322nd ABW) SOC at Chateauroux AB, France Mar 21, 1956 and
transferred to French AF.
4962 (7100th SW) crashed by Jun 6, 1958.
4964 (7322nd ABW) SOC at Chateauroux AB, France for spares
recovery Jan 14, 1966.
4965 to MASDC as TC325 Feb 7, 1963
4966 to MASDC as TC879 Oct 22, 1969.
4967 at New Orleans Military Museum.  Carried civil registration of N47799
4971 on display at city of Muskogee, Oklahoma
4974 to MASDC as TC327 Jul 8, 1963
4977 to MASDC as TC328 Jul 8, 1963
4985 to MASDC Aug 16, 1973
4987 derelict at Eglin AFB 1972-74.  Probably
went to range as target in late 1970s.
4988 to MASDC as TC1193 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
4990 assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing, Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1958.  To MASDC as TC1194 Feb 4, 1980.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
4993 (MSN 580-8332) to Spanish AF as E.15-52 Nov 12, 1964 under MAP.  Noted on display at Leon Air Base Sep 2013.
4994 to Thai AF as F11-21/12
4996 to MASDC as TC685 Apr 19, 1966
4997 to civil registry as N73680
5004 on display at city of Caruthersville, Missouri
5007 on poles in City Park at Malad City, Idaho
5009 to MASDC as TC1195 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5010 to civil registry as N13006
5012 to MASDC Apr 14, 1980
5017 to MASDC as TC1196 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5024 to MASDC as TC1197 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5025 to MASDC Sep 17, 1973
5026 (47th BW) SOC at RAF Sculthorpe for spares recovery Jan 31, 1959
5029 to Hellenic AF.  On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
5030 cockpit sitting in a field just below Donnely Done, Alaska.
5031 to MASDC as TC950 Feb 23, 1970
5032 (7100th SW) crashed at or near Wheelus AB, Libya by Mar 31, 1959
5033 to Thai AF as F11-19/12
5035 to Turkish AF under MAP
5039 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Aug 4, 1966
5041 (86th FIW) crashed by May 15, 1959
5048 (20th TFW) crashed in France Oct 1, 1960
5049 (20th TFW) crashed by Nov 27, 1963.
5050 (MSN 8389 to Spanish AF as E.15-53 Nov 5, 1964 under MAP
5051 (49th TFW) in incident at or near Wheelus AB, Libya by
Dec 27, 1962.  SOC at Wheelus Nov 11, 1963
5052 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Aug 4, 1966
5053 (MSN 83-8292) to Spanish AF as E.15-54 Oct 30, 1964 under MAP
5054 (49th TFW) crashed near Spangdahlem AB, West Germany Jan 7, 1960
5055 (MSN 580-8394) SOC at RAF Bentwaters May 16, 1966 and
transferred to French AF.  Noted Sep 2005 at Musee de l'Air 
et de l'Espace, Paris/le Bourget, painted as 51-14915.
5056 (MSN 580-8395) to Spanish AF as E.15-55 in 1964 under MAP
5057 (MSN 580-8396) to Spanish AF as E.15-56 Oct 30, 1964 under MAP
5058 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Dec 6, 1965
5059 (20th TFW) crashed by Nov 12, 1958.
5060 (66th TRW) SOC at Laon AB, France May 2, 1966 and transferred
to French AF.
5061 (MSN 580-8400) with 7030th CSW SOC at Ramstein AB, West
Germany Mar 24, 1966 and transferred to French AF.
Noted in Musee de l'Aeronautique, Nancy Jul 25, 1998.  
Allegedly fitted with tail of 21127 but 52-1127 was not
a T-33.  It is more likely that the tail graft is from a Canadair-built
T-33AN 21127 MSN 127.
5062 to Turkish AF under MAP
5064 to Turkish AF under MAP
5065 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Nov 1, 1965
5073 on display at Sebewaing, Michigan
5076 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
5077 (20th TFW) crashed by Aug 5, 1959
5078 on display at city of Dickinson, North Dakota
5080 (MSN 580-8419) to Spanish AF as E.15-13 Oct 20, 1954
5081 (MSN 580-8420) to Spanish AF as E.15-14 Oct 20, 1954.
5082 (MSN 580-8421) to Spanish AF as E.15-15 Dec 15, 1954
53-5090 ... 53-5090
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8429.  for FMS.  To Chinese Nationalist AF as 004.  Later to
Pakistan AF.  Reported winter 2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum, Sharea-Faisal AB,
Karachi, Pakistan.
53-5091 ... 53-5173
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8430/8512.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5092 to French AF as 13-TC.
5096 on display at Alaska ANG, Anchorage, Alaska
5098 to MASDC as TC341 Mar 28, 1962.
5099 to MASDC Aug 3, 1977.  On display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark,
Edwards AFB.  It has been suggested that this plane is really 58-0669, painted
up as 35099.
5102 (MSN 580-8441) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4362. Wfu
5106 to MASDC as TC854 Aug 14, 1968
5109 preserved at Tuscaloosa AP, Alabama, painted as 54109
5112 (MSN 580-8451) to JASDF as 52-5642
5116 to MASDC Aug 22, 1972
5118 to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Tanagra Sep 2005
5119 to MASDC as TC344 Jul 8, 1963
5120 (MSN 580-8459). To French AF as 35120. To Thai AF December 1982; 
ferry registration was F-GBEO
5123 to AMARC as TC1351 Dec 11, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5124 to MASDC as TC953 Mar 2, 1970
5125 (MSN 580-8464) to Greek AF.  Noted on dump at Tanagra Sep 2005
5126 (MSN 580-8465) to Greek AF.  Was stored at Hellenikon but notd Jun 21, 2005 stored
at Athens-Spata
5127 (MSN 580-8466). Reported winter 2003/4 preserved 
at Masroor-Raffiqui AB, Karachi, Pakistan
5129 FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
5132 (MSN 580-8471). To French AF as 35132. To Thai AF December 1982; 
ferry registration was F-GBEN
5133 (MSN 580-8472) to Spanish AF as E.15-57 Oct 30, 1964 under MAP
5134 to South Korean AF.  In 2012 was on display at Daegu IAP, South Korea.
5137 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters for spares recovery Dec 17, 1965
5138 (49th TFW) SOC at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Jan 21, 1966
5139 to Turkish AF under MAP
5141 to MASDC May 30, 1973
5144 (81st TFW) SOC at RAF Bentwaters May 16, 1966 and transferred
to French AF
5145 (MSN 580-8484) to Spanish AF as E.15-48 in 1964 under MAP
5146 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Nov 19, 1965
5147 (MSN 580-8486). To French AF as 35147. To Thai AF March 1982; 
ferry registration was F-BJNO.  Went to Singapore AF with serial 377,
not Thai AF
5148 (357th FIS) in incident by Apr 11, 1955.  SOC Jun 16, 1955 from
7280th Maint Gp at Nouasseur AB, Morocco.
5149 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Nov 19, 1965
5150 (MSN 580-8489) to Spanish AF as E.15-59 in 1964, noted as ground instructional airframe at Leon in 1991.
5151 to AT-33A.  Crashed by May 15, 1956.
5152 (3130th ABG) crashed by Jan 12, 1962
5153 (MSN 580-8492) As 35153 active with Republic of Korea Air Force.
5155 to Greek AF
5156 on display at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA, parked outside.
5158 has been on a pole at city of Albert Lea, Minnesota since 1967.
5160 to Thai AF as TF11-6/10.  Reported preserved at Kamphaeng Saen
5161 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973
5164 (MSN 580-8503) to Spanish AF as E-15-18 Jan 28, 1955
5165 (MSN 580-8504) to Spanish AF as E-15-17 Jan 28, 1955
5166 (MSN 580-8505) to Spanish AF as E-15-16 Mar 2, 1955
5172 assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 26, 1962 to Apr 22, 1971
Registered as NASA 510.  Assigned to Cheatham Annex, VA [airlifted by US Army helicopter]
53-5174 ... 53-5174
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8513.  for FMS
53-5175 ... 53-5208
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8514/8547.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5179 to Thai AF as TF11-7/10.  Stored at Hat Yai,then to Bangkok.
5180 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980
5188 crashed west of Raymond, CO Jun 27, 1965.
5189 (MSN 580-8528) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4363. Preserved at Catanduvai, SP, Brazil
5192 to MASDC as TC855 Aug 14, 1968.
5197 to Guatemala AF as FAG 735.  Sold to TG-LAX
5198 to MASDC as TC350 Feb 8, 1963
5199 on display in 2009 at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia
5201 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980
5203 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980
5205 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980.  Now on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California.
5207 to MASDC Mar 5, 1972.
5208 was on display in a playground at 7th and O streets 
at Washington DC.  Removed sometime during the 1980s.
53-5209 ... 53-5209
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8548.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Feb 1955. W/o
53-5210 ... 53-5236
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8549/8575.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5210 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for
spares recovery Jan 1, 1966
5211 (MSN 580-8550) with 66th TRW SOC at Laon AB, France
May 2, 1966 and transferred to French AF, as was latterly on the books of
the Musee de l'Air at Paris/le Bourget, who exchanged it with the Czech National 
Aviation Museum at Kbely. It is currently on display at Kbely bearing tail number 8550 
(actually its MSN).
5212 (10th TRW) SOC at RAF Alconbury for spares recovery Jan 11, 1966
5213 (7039th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Nov 19, 1965.
5215 (MSN 580-8554) to civil registry as N8361.  In 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community 
College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid.  
Noted 2003 at Texas Air Command Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX.
5216 to MASDC Aug 20, 1973
5219 on display at Texas Air Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX.
5222 to MASDC as TC775 Nov 30, 1966.
5224 (MSN 580-8563)  (48th FIS) crashed on October 24, 1986.
5225 to Thai AF as F11-20/12
5226 (MSN 580-8565) noted Dec 2005 in Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
5230 (MSN 580-8569) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4348. Preserved at Santa Cruz, RJ, Brazil
5235 (MSN 580-8574) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4345. Wfu
53-5237 ... 53-5239
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8576/8578.  for FMS
5237 to Greek AF as 35237
5238 to Turkish AF Jan 1955.  Later to Italian AF as MM53-5238/1-92
5239 to Italian AF as MM53-5239.  Later to Greek AF as 35239.
53-5240 ... 53-5240
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8579
53-5241 ... 53-5243
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8580/8582
transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137934/137936
53-5244 ... 53-5256
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8583/8595.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5244 (57th FIS) to MASDC as TC863 for storage Jun 26, 1969
5247 to civil registry as N64351
5248 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980.
5249 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980
5250 was with Experimental Aircraft Association, Oshkosh, WI.  Later on display at MAPS Air Museum, North Canton,
Ohio.  Has 62-95073 painted on the tail.
5251 at Greensburg, PA.
5253 to Greek AF
5255 at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Was BuNo 156157.  Had this plane been
transferred to US Navy?
5256 on display at Selma, Alabama
53-5257 ... 53-5257
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8596. for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35257
53-5258 ... 53-5272
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8597/8611.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5259 to Pakistan.  On display at Karachi.
5262 to AMARC as TC1363 Mar 1, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5265 to Greek AF
5266 to AMARC as TC1350 Dec 11, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5268 (MSN 580-8607) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4358. Wfu
5271 (MSN 580-8610) to South Korea.  Seen 1968.  Preserved as 35271 at the Uljin Science Experience Museum,
Uljin, South Korea in Oct 2014.
5272 (MSN 580-8611) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4354. Wfu
53-5273 ... 53-5273
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8612.  for FMS.  To Thai AF as TF11-8/13 Dec 21, 1970.  Damaged
Sep 25, 1973 but repaired.  SOC Oct 9, 1995. To RTAF Museum, Don Maung
53-5274 ... 53-5290
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8613/8629.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5274 (MSN 580-8613) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4346. Wfu
5275 (MSN 580-8614) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4356. Wfu
5276 to MASDC as TC363 Jul 2, 1963
5277 (MSN 580-8616) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4353. Crashed on May 03, 1973 in Brazil
5278 (MSN 580-8617) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4367. Wfu
5281 (7330th ABW) SOC at Evreux AB, France for spares
recovery Jan 27, 1966
5282 (MSN 580-8621). To French AF as 35282. To Thai AF December 1982; 
ferry registration was F-GBEQ
5284 (86th FIW) crashed by Nov 1955.
5285 to AMARC as TC1369 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5286 (MSN 580-8625) to Mexican AF as JE-010.  Stored Mexico City.  Was at Norton AFB, CA.  Base closed and plane is now gone.
5289 (MSN 580-8628) to Mexican AF as JE-011.  Preserved at Museo del Ejercito y la Fuerza Aerea, Guadalajara.
5290 (MSN 580-8629) to Mexican AF as JE-012.  W/o Jul 2, 1970
53-5291 ... 53-5291
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8630.  for FMS
53-5292 ... 53-5307
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8631/8646.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5296 to MASDC as TC366 Oct 4, 1963
5298 to MASDC Aug 16, 1973
5299 to MASDC as TC802 Feb 27, 1967
53-5308 ... 53-5308
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8647.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Mar 1955.  W/o
53-5309 ... 53-5309
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8648.  With JASDF as 51-5609 and preserved at 4th Technical School, Kumagaya in Nov 2012
53-5310 ... 53-5317
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8649/8656
Transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 137937/137944
53-5318 ... 53-5321
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8657/8660	
5318 (57th FIS) to MSADC for storage Apr 2, 1961.  SOC for spares
recovery Nov 15, 1961.
5319 (MSN 580-8658) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4359. Crashed on Jun 03, 1969 in Brazil	
53-5322 ... 53-5322
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8661.  To Turkish AF Feb 1955.  Later to Italian AF under FMS
as MM53-5322/51-76.  WFU Ded 11, 1980 and still preserved at Istrana as gate guardian.
53-5323 ... 53-5334
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8662/8673.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5324 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Jan 1, 1966
5325 assigned to 159th FIS 125th FIG Florida ANG.  On display at Jacksonville IAP, Florida
5327 to Turkish AF under MAP
5328 to Greek AF
5329 to Turkish AF under MAP.
5330 to MASDC Jul 3, 1975.
5331 (1868th FCS) SOC at Wiesbaden AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Apr 22, 1968
5332 to MASDC as TC368 Jan 25, 1963
5333 to MASDC as TC369 Jan 24, 1963
53-5335 ... 53-5335
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8674.  for FMS
53-5336 ... 53-5346
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8675/8685.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5336 to MASDC as TC770 Nov 28, 1966
5337 (7030th CSW) SOC at Ramstein AB, West Germany for spares
recovery Nov 19, 1965
5338 (26th TRW) SOC at Toul AB, France for spares recovery
Mar 17, 1966
5339 (49th TFW) SOC at Spangdahlem AB, West Germany Mar 24, 1966
and transferred to French AF
5341 to MASDC Jan 14, 1980.  Now at Planes of Fame Museum, AZ, carrying false JASDF markings of 71-5262
5342 (MSN 580-8681) in 1973 on display in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
5344 (MSN 580-8683) to Uruguay as FAU-209
5346 was at Reese AFB, TX marked as 29658.  This base is now closed and the plane is gone.
Seen in yard on west side of US 71/287, Sunset, TX
53-5347 ... 53-5347
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8686.  for FMS
53-5348 ... 53-5350
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8687/8689
53-5351 ... 53-5358
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8690/8697
transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137945/137952
53-5359 ... 53-5359
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8698.  for Italian AF under FMS as MM53-5359.
53-5360 ... 53-5363
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8699/8702
transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137953/137956
53-5364 ... 53-5370
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8703/8709
53-5371 ... 53-5371
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8710.  for FMS
53-5372 ... 53-5374
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8711/8713
5373 (MSN 580-8712) with JASDF as 51-5610 and preserved at Ashiya Air Base in Oct 2010
53-5375 ... 53-5383
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8714/8722
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137957/137965
53-5384 ... 53-5384
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8723.  for FMS with Turkish AF Feb 1955.  Later to French AF
53-5385 ... 53-5387
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8724/8726
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137966/137968
53-5388 ... 53-5395
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8727/8734
5390 (MSN 580-8729) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 51-5647.  Put on display at Miho Air Base
Nov 1991.
5395 to West German AF as DD+395
53-5396 ... 53-5396
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8735.  for Italian AF under FMS as MM53-5396/36-69. Preserved as
gate guard at 65 Deposito Aeronautico Taranto, Italy
53-5397 ... 53-5408
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8736/8747.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5397 to Indiana ANG and to MASDC as TC938 Jan 13, 1970 and was scrapped out of MASDC in 1976.
The plane marked as 53-5397 at Phoenix ANGB is really
58-0671.
5399 to MASDC Sep 1, 1972
5400 to civil registry as N94481.  Was NASA 715 around 1971.
5402 (3970th CSG) SOC at Torrejon AB, Spain for spares recovery
Mar 10, 1963.
5403 to MASDC Apr 17, 1977, returned to service Aug 15, 1977.  Now at Kulis ANGB
5404 to MASDC Sep 21, 1973.
5408 to MASDC as TC371 Nov 6, 1962
53-5409 ... 53-5409
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8748.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35409.
53-5410 ... 53-5419
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8749/8758.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5413 (MSN 580-8752) on display outside at Happy Valley, Goosebay, NF
5415 to MASDC as TC373 Sep 14, 1962
5417 (MSN 580-8756) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4361. Wfu
5418 to MASDC 
53-5420 ... 53-5420
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8759.  FMS to Turkish AF Feb 1955.  Later to Italian AF as MM53-5420.  
Crashed after colliding with F-86K 53-8321 during night practice interception 
at Castel del Bosco-Pontedera, Pisa, Italy Jul 25, 1962.  Pilot ejected 
with minor injuries.
53-5421 ... 53-5429
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8760/8768.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5421 to MASDC as TC844 Dec 29, 1967.  Now on display at Los Gatos, California.
5422 (MSN 580-8761) to Uruguay as FAU-210
5425 (MSN 580-8764) to Spanish AF as E.15-60 Nov 5, 1964 under MAP.  Preserved at Talavera la Real Air Base, Spain.
5426 (MSN 580-8765) to Mexican AF as JE-013.  Presered at Mase Aerea Militar No. 111, Santa Gertudis, Chihuahua.
5429 (MSN 580-8768) with JASDF as 51-5612 and preserved at Shizuhama Air Base in Oct 2012
53-5430 ... 53-5430
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8769.  To Turkish AF Feb 1955, later for Italian AF under FMS as
MM53-5430/36-68.  Preserved at Gioia del Coll, Italy
53-5431 ... 53-5436
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8770/8775
5433 (MSN 580-8772) to Peruvian AF as FAP-453.  Later became N5196X, which 
registration cancelled by FAA May 19, 2009 as "destroyed"
53-5437 ... 53-5440
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8776/8779
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137969/137972
53-5441 ... 53-5441
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8780.  for FMS.  To Thai AF Aug 3, 1955 as TF11-1/98
53-5442 ... 53-5448
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8781/8787
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137973/137979
53-5449 ... 53-5449
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8788.  for FMS.  To Thai AF Aug 3, 1955 as TF11-2/98.  SOC Apr 27, 1966
53-5450 ... 53-5456
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8789/8795
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137980/137986 
53-5457 ... 53-5457
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8796.  for FMS
53-5458 ... 53-5460
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8797/8799
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137987/137989 
53-5461 ... 53-5465
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8800/8804
5465 to MASDC Jul 6, 1973.
53-5466 ... 53-5466
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8805.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Mar 1955.  Crashed Jul 2, 1957 near
Eskisehir, Turkey.  1 pilot killed.
53-5467 ... 53-5473
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8806/8812.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5468 to MASDC as TC771 Nov 28, 1966
5469 (MSN 580-8808) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4365. Wfu
5470 Assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1958.
(57th FIS) had maintenance performed at CASA, Seville, Spain Jul 1962.  May have been broken up there.
5471 to MASDC as TC376 Sep 10, 1962
53-5474 ... 53-5474
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8813.  For FMS.  To Turkish AF Mar 1955.  Later to Portuguese AF
as 1916.  To Ota Museum Apr 2000.  As 1916 on display at Museu do Ar, Sintra AB, Granja do Marques,
Portugal in Jul 2014
53-5475 ... 53-5481
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8814/8820.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5475 to MASDC as TC964 Jun 1, 1970.
5476 (MSN 580-8815) was at General Mitchell Field, Milwaukee, WI.
Now on display at Waterford, Wisconsin VFW post 8343.
5477 to MASDC as TC860 Dec 5, 1968.
5478 to Royal Thai AF as F11-22/12.  W/o Mar 1972.
5479 (7272nd ABW) crashed by Nov 15, 1955.
53-5482 ... 53-5482
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8821.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35482
53-5483 ... 53-5490
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8822/8829
5484 (MSN 580-8823) to Spanish AF as E.15-19 Apr 15, 1955
5486 (MSN 580-8825) to Japan Air Self-Defence Force as 51-5620 and preserved at Iruma Air Base in November 2007
5487 (MSN 580-8826) to Spanish AF as E.15-20 Apr 15, 1955
5488 to Greek AF
5489 to German AF as AB-758, BD-758, 94+35.  Scrapped 1972
5490 to Greek AF
53-5491 ... 53-5491
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8830. SOC at Furstenfeldbruck AB, West Germany
Jan 27, 1957 and transferred to West German AF.
Later to Hellenic AF as 35491.  To Pakistan AF as 53-5491 and in 2013 was preserved
at PAF Base Nawabshah
53-5492 ... 53-5498
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8831/8837
5493 to Greek AF
5494 to Greek AF
5495 to German AF as AB-759, BD-759, 94+36.  Scapped 1972.
5497 to German AF as AB-760.  W/o Jun 22, 1960.
5498 to Thai AF Jul 1955 as F11-1/98.  SOC Jul 25, 1966
53-5499 ... 53-5499
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8838.  for FMS
53-5500 ... 53-5504
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8839/8843
5500 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-2/98.  SOC Apr 27 1966
5501 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-3/98.  W/o Jul 23, 1970
5502 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-4/98.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and broken
up for spares.
5503 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-5/98.  SOC May 30, 1973
5504 to Thai AF in Jul 1955 as F11-6/98.  SOC Jan 16, 1976 and
broken up for spares.
53-5505 ... 53-5507
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8844/8846
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137990/137992 
53-5508 ... 53-5508
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8847.  for FMS.  To Thai AF Aug 3, 1955 as TF11-3/98.  SOC Jul 22, 1966
53-5509 ... 53-5516
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8848/8855
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 137998/138000 
53-5517 ... 53-5517
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8856.  To Belgian AF as FTR-2 but not delivered.  To Pakistan AF as 535517
53-5518 ... 53-5524
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8857/8863
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138001/138007
53-5525 ... 53-5525
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8864.  for Italian AF under FMS as MM53-5525/36-63.  W/o
53-5526 ... 53-5532
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8865/8871
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138008/138014
53-5533 ... 53-5533
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8872.  To Belgian AF as FTR-1 Jan 1956.  Returned to USAF Apr 5, 1956 and stored at Chateauroux,
France.  To Pakistan AF in 1968 as 53-5533.  Preserved at Pakistan AF Academy, Risalpur
53-5534 ... 53-5534
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8873
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138015
53-5535 ... 53-5538
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8874/8877
5537 (MSN 580-8876) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4347. Wfu
53-5539 ... 53-5539
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8878.  To Turkish AF Mar 1955, later for Italian AF under FMS
as MM53-5539/51-79
53-5540 ... 53-5545
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8879/8884.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5541 at Chino Museum, CA.
5543 to MASDC as TC959 Apr 15, 1970
5545 on display at Wadsworth MAP, Wadsworth, Ohio.
53-5546 ... 53-5546
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8885.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955. To Portuguese aF as 1917
53-5547 ... 53-5552
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8886/8891.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5547 (MSN 580-8886) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4350. Preserved at Dumont, SP, Brazil
5549 to MASDC as TC0379 Sep 23, 1963
5550 (MSN 580-8889) to Mexican AF as JE-014.  W/o
5552 (MSN 580-8891) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4319. Wfu
53-5553 ... 53-5553
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8892.  for FMS.  TO Greek AF as 35553
53-5554 ... 53-5559
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8893/8898
5555 (MSN 580-8894) to Spanish AF as E.15-21 Apr 15, 1955
5558 (MSN 580-8897) to JASDF as 51-5626 and preserved at Matsushima AB in Nov 997 and as gate guard
there in Feb 2015.
5559 to German AF as AB-761, DA-373, JC-382, EA-395, 94+37.  Scrapped in 1971
53-5560 ... 53-5560
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8899.  for FMS.  To Hellenic AF as 35560
53-5561 ... 53-5566
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8900/8905
5561 to German AF as AB-762, DF-381, 94+38.  Scrapped in 1972.
5562 to German AF as AB-763, DF-382, 94+39.  On display at Erding as School aircraft
5563 to German AF as AB-764, DF-397, BD-736, BB-831.  To Turkey in 1968
5564 to German AF as AB-765, DA-374, 94+40.  Scrapped 1973/74
5565 to German AF as AB-766, BD-766, 94+41.  Scrapped in 1972
5566 to German AF as AB-767, DF-383, 94+42.  Scrapped in 1972.
53-5567 ... 53-5567
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8906.  for FMS.  to Greek AF as 35567
53-5568 ... 53-5569
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
5568/5569 MSN 580-8907/8908
5568 to German AF as AB-768, DF-384, 94+43.  Decoy at Norvenich AFB.
5569 (3131st Maint Gp) crashed on landing at Chateauroux AB,
Fraqnce Oct 19, 1955.  SOC for spares recovery Feb 29, 1956.
53-5570 ... 53-5573
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8909/8912
Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138016/138019
53-5574 ... 53-5574
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8913.  for FMS
53-5575 ... 53-5580
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8914/8919.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138020/138025
53-5581 ... 53-5581
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8920.  for FMS
53-5582 ... 53-5586
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8921/8925.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138026/138030
53-5587 ... 53-5587
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8926.  For FMS.  To Italian AF as MM53-5587.  Preserved Flying Tigers
Air Museum Brookston/Tico, Italy
53-5588 ... 53-5593
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8927/8932.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138031/138036
53-5594 ... 53-5594
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8933.  For FMS. To Turkish AF Apr 1955, later to MM53-5594/9-35 of Italian AF.  In 1987 on display at Italian AF 
Museum, Vigna di Valle, Italy
53-5595 ... 53-5599
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8934/8938.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138037/138041
53-5600 ... 53-5600
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8939.  For FMS.  To Greek AF as 35600.   Later to Iran
53-5601 ... 53-5603
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8940/8942  transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138042/138044
53-5604 ... 53-5606
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8943/8945
5605 (MSN 580-8944) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4351. Wfu
5606 (MSN 580-8945) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4366. Crashed on Sep 30, 1970 in sea 50km off North of Fortaleze, 
CE, Brazil. There was only one pilot on the flight, who was killed.
53-5607 ... 53-5607
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8946.  for FMS.  To Greek AF as 35607
53-5608 ... 53-5612
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8947/8951.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5608 to MASDC as TC380 Nov 13, 1962
5610 on display at Iron Mountain, Michigan.
5611 (MSN 580-8950) as JASDF 51-5627 preserved in Nov 2013 at Tsuiki AB.
5612 to JASDF.  Now on display at Kadena AB Air Park, Japan.
53-5613 ... 53-5613
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8952. for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955.  Later to Italian AF, first as 1-95 and then 51-77.
53-5614 ... 53-5618
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8953/8957
5617 to German AF as AB-769.  W/o Nov 7, 1958
5618 to German AF as AB-770, DA-375, JA-396.  W/o Oct 14, 1965
53-5619 ... 53-5619
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8958.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955
53-5620 ... 53-5625
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8959/8964
5620 to German AF as AB-771, DA-376.  W/o Nov 8, 1965
5621 to German AF as AB-772, JA-399, JB-399, EA-397, 94+44.  On display at Furstenfeldbruck.
By Apr 29, 1996 2as in Luftwaffenmuseum, Gatow
5622 to German AF as AB-773, JA-383, BD-745, 94+45.  To MASDC as TC735 Nov 3, 1966.  Scrapped in 1972.
5623 to German AF as AB-774, JA-384.  W/o Apr 28, 1964.
5625 to German AF as AB-775, JA-385.  To Turkey in 1969
53-5626 ... 53-5626
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8965.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955
53-5627 ... 53-5630
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8966/8969
5627 to German AF as AB-776, EA-380, BD-797, 94+46.  Scrapped in 1972.
5628 to West German AF as AB-777, EA-389, 94+47.  Now preserved at Oberschleissheim.
5629 (MSN 8968) to Luftwaffe as AB-778, BD-778, 94+48.  To Greek AF as 629.  Preserved at
Sedes AB, Greece.
53-5631 ... 53-5631
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8970.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Apr 1955.  Later to Italian AF as
MM53-5631/36-62
53-5632 ... 53-5637
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8971/8976
5632 to German AF as AB-779, EA9394, EC-382, JD-381, 94+48.  To Turkey in 1968
5633 to German AF as AB-780.  W/o Apr 12, 1962
5634 (7330th FTW) SOC at Furstenfeldbruck AB, West Germany
in 1957 and transferred to West German AF.
53-5638 ... 53-5638
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8977.  For FMS.  To Greek AF as 35638
53-5639 ... 53-5641
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8978/8980
53-5642 ... 53-5643
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8981/8982.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138045/138046
53-5644 ... 53-5644
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8983. For FMS.  To Greek AF as 35644
53-5645 ... 53-5649
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8984/8988.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138047/138051
53-5650 ... 53-5650
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8989.  For FMS.  To Greek AF as 35650.
53-5651 ... 53-5655
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8990/8994.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138052/138056
53-5656 ... 53-5656
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-8995.  for FMS
53-5657 ... 53-5661
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-8996/9000.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138057/138061
53-5662 ... 53-5662
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9001.  For FMS
53-5663 ... 53-5667
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-9002/9006.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138062/138066
53-5668 ... 53-5668
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9007.  For FMS.  To Turkish AF May 1955.  Later to Italian AF as
MM53-5668/51-83.  Preserved at Cagliari-Elmas, Italy
53-5669 ... 53-5674
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-9008/9013.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138067/138072
53-5675 ... 53-5675
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9014.  For FMS.  To Turkish AF May 1955.
53-5676 ... 53-5680
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-9015/9019.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138073/138077
53-5681 ... 53-5681
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9020.  For FMS.  To Turkish AF May 1955.  Crashed Jun 11, 1968
near Nallihan, Ankara, Turkey.  2 killed.
53-5682 ... 53-5686
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-9021/9025.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 BuNo. 138078/138082
53-5687 ... 53-5687
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9026.  For FMS.  To Greek AF as 35687
53-5688 ... 53-5692
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
MSN 580-9027/9031.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 138083/138087
53-5693 ... 53-5693
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9032.  For FMS.  To Greek AF as 35693
53-5694 ... 53-5698
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
MSN 580-9033/9037.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 138088/138092
53-5699 ... 53-5699
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9038.  For FMS
53-5700 ... 53-5704
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
MSN 580-9039/9043.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 138093/138097
53-5705 ... 53-5705
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9044.  For FMS
53-5706 ... 53-5709
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-9045/9048.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 141490/141493
53-5710 ... 53-5710
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9049.  For FMS
53-5711 ... 53-5715
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
MSN 580-9050/9054.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 141494/141498
53-5716 ... 53-5716
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9055.  For FMS
53-5717 ... 53-5719
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO 
MSN 580-9056/9058.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 Bu. No. 141499/141501
53-5720 ... 53-5720
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9059.  To German AF as AB-795.  W/o Nov 18, 1961.
53-5721 ... 53-5721
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9060.  For FMS
53-5722 ... 53-5726
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9061/9065
5722 (MSN 580-9061) with Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana as AT-33A FAE630 and preserved at Cayambe Air Base,
Ecuador in Oct 2004
5724 (MSN 580-9063) to Belgium as FT25 Jun 1955.  DBR by fire during filling of oxygen taknsk Mar 26, 1976.
Wings used to repair FT333 (55-3041).  Fuselage sold for scrap and used as a travelling exhibit with
folding wings from FT33.
5725 (MSN 580-9064) to Belgium as FT26 Jun 7, 1955.  Damaged in midair collision with
FT-04 (51-4152) near Ciney Apr 27, 1977.  Plane landed safely.  Since
the T-33As were retiring from the Belgian AF shortly, the plane wasn't
repaired and was given back to the USAF.  Sold as scrap in Germany Jun 12, 1979 and transported to
Schwabishes Bauern and Technki Museum, Eschach, West Germay.  Gone by Mar 2002.  This aircraft (or 
an aircraft bearing this serial) was noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
This plane may not actually have been transferred to Turkey.
5726 (MSN 580-9065) to Belgium as FT27 Jun 7 1955.  W/o/ Sep 19, 1961 when pilot lost control of aircraft during
landing at Brusterm and ran off runway.  Was not repaired, and SOC Dec 13, 1961.  To Flight Refuelling
at Tarrant Rushton, England for rebuild Sep 19, 1962.
53-5727 ... 53-5727
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9066.  For FMS
53-5728 ... 53-5732
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9067/9071
53-5733 ... 53-5733
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9072.  For FMS
53-5734 ... 53-5738
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9073/9077
5736 to Greek AF
53-5739 ... 53-5739
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9078.  for FMS
53-5740 ... 53-5744
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9079/9083
5740 (MSN 580-9079) to Spanish AF as E.15-22 Jun 3, 1955
5741 (MSN 580-9080) to Spanish AF as E-15.23 Jun 9, 1955.  In 2014 was instructional airframe at Albacete AB
5744 In 1987 was at Museo do Ar's storage facility next to OGMA works at Alverca, 
Portugal for use as a 'trade' for possible future exhibits.  In 2014 was at Turkish AF Museum at Yesilkoy
outside Istanbul, falsely marked as Turkish AF 35744/5744.
53-5745 ... 53-5745
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9084.  for FMS
53-5746 ... 53-5750
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9085/9089
5746 (MSN 580-9085) at Turkish AF Museum, Istanbul
5748 (MSN 580-9087). To Royal Norwegian AF as 35748, then to French AF as 35748.  To Thai AF 1982; ferry registration 
was F-BJXM.  Went to Republic of Singapore AF with serial 378.
5749 (MSN 580-9088) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 35749.  W/o Oct 27, 1962 near Ressesoy, Norway
5750 (MSN 580-9089) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 35750.  W/o Oct 15, 1964 when flew into a mountain in bad
weather near Gaustadtoppen, Norway
53-5751 ... 53-5751
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9090.  For FMS
53-5752 ... 53-5755
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9091/9094
5752 (MSN 580-9091) to Belgium as FT28 Jun 1955.  SOC Oct 1979.  Returned to USAF and to Alverca, Portugal
Oct 15, 1979.   To Portuguese AF as 1929.  SOC Sep 4, 1991.  Last noted stored at Beja Sep 2001.
5753 (MSN 580-9092) to Belgium as FT29 Jun 1955.  SOC Nov 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.
Flown to Prestwick, Scotland Nov 12, 1979.   To RAF Spadeadam electronics warfare 
tactics range Mar 18, 1980.  Last noted Nun 2003.  Subsequently scrapped.
5754 (MSN 580-9093) to Belgium as FT30 Aug 1955. Soc Oct 1979.  Presumed returned to USAF.  To Alverca,
Portugal Oct 15, 1979.   To Portuguese AF as 1930.  SOC Sep 4, 1991.  Last noted stored at Beja Sep 2001.
5755 (MSN 580-9094) to West German AF as AB-817, JD-399, EC-381, MD-381, 94+49.  Scrapped in 1972.
53-5756 ... 53-5756
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9095.  For FMS
53-5757 ... 53-5762
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9096/9101
5755 to German AF as AB-818, BB-818, BD-735.  W/o Oct 1, 1965.
5757 (81st FBW) SOC May 7, 1958 on transfer to West German AF.
5758 to German AF as AB-793, BD-793, EA-390, EC-376, MD-376, JA-397, 94+50.  Scrapped in 1974.
5759 (MSN 580-9098) to Spanish AF as E.15-26 Jul 28, 1955
5760 (MSN 580-9099) to Spanish AF as E.15-25 Jul 28, 1955.  W/o Sep 12, 1962
5761 (MSN 580-9100)  to  Japan Air Self-Defence Force as 51-5629 and noted as gate guard at Hyakuri Air Base in November 1991.
5762 (MSN 580-9101) to Spanish AF as E.15-24 Jul 28, 1955
53-5763 ... 53-5763
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9102.  For FMS
53-5764 ... 53-5767
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9103/9106
53-5768 ... 53-5768
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9107.  For FMS
53-5769 ... 53-5772
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9108/9111
5772 to German AF as AB-796, BD-796, EA-394, JA-397.  To Turkey in 1968
53-5773 ... 53-5773
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9112.  For FMS
53-5774 ... 53-5778
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9113/9117
5774 to German AF as AB-792, BD-792, EB-394, 94+51.  Scrapped in 1972.
5775 to German AF as AB-811, JD-382, EC-380, MD-380, JA-398, 94+52.  Scrapped in 1972
5776 to German AF as AB-816, BB-816.  Scrapped. By 1991 nose section was in Luftfahrtausstellung
at Hermeskeil, Germany
5777 (MSN 580-9116) to German AF as AB-819, BD-819, 94+53.  To Greece as 35777.  Noted on
dump at Tanagra Sep 2005.
5778 to German AF as AB-821, DA-395, YA-702, 94+54.  School aircraft at Mancying WDT-61.
Now preserved at Musee de L'Aviation de Chase MonteLimar
53-5779 ... 53-5779
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9118.  for FMS
53-5780 ... 53-5784
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9119/9123
5780 to German AF as AB-815, BD-815, 94+55.  To Greece as 35780?
5781 to German AF as AB-805, BD-805, 94+56.  School aircraft at Manching WDT-61 as 9455.  Reported at
Luftwaffe Museum May 2006
5782 to German AF as AB-794, BD-794, DF-396, 94+57.  To Greece as 35782.
5783 to German AF as AB-810, EA-399, 94+58.  Scrapped in 1969.
5784 to Greek AF
53-5785 ... 53-5785
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9124.  For FMS
53-5786 ... 53-5789
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9125/9128
5786 to Greek AF.  On display at Kalamata Apr 1997
53-5790 ... 53-5790
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9129.  for FMS.  To Turkish AF Jul 1955.  Later to French AF.
53-5791 ... 53-5794
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9130/9133
5793 (MSN 580-9132) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 35793.  W/o Jan 15, 1960 near Kvitsoy, Norway
5794 (MSN 580-9133) MAP Jan 25, 1955 to Royal Norwegian AF as 35794.  To French AF as 35794. To 
Royal Thai AF March 1982; ferry registration was F-BJGY.  Went to Republic of Singapore AF with serial 379.
53-5795 ... 53-5795
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9134.  For FMS.  To Turkish AF Jul 1955.  Later to Italian AF as
MM53-5795/36-68.  Preserved at Rivolto (UD), Italy
53-5796 ... 53-5918
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5796/5799 MSN 580-9135/9138
5800/5801 MSN 580-9157/9158
5802/5805 MSN 580-9160/9163
5806/5809 MSN 580-9165/9168
5810/5813 MSN 580-9170/9173
5814/5849 MSN 580-9215/9250
5850/5878 MSN 580-9291/9319
5879/5918 MSN 580-9355/9394
5796 (MSN 580-9135) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 35796.  W/o Feb 28, 1960 due to engine failure near
Langvik, Erfjord, Norway
5800 to MASDC Aug 10, 1973.
5801 (MSN 580-9158) to Greek AF.  Noted stored at Tanagra Sep 2005
5802 to AMARC as TC1347 Dec 3, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5804 (MSN 580-9162) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4352. Wfu
5805 to MASDC as TC382 Apr 2, 1963
5807 to MASDC as TC664 Dec 27, 1965
5808 (MSN 580-9167) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4349. Wfu
5811 (194th FIS) crashed near CFB Comox, BC Nov 30, 1982
5814 (MSN 580-9215) converted to RT-33A.  Later to Thai AF as TF11-5/10.  Preserved at RTAF Museum, Don Muang,
Thailand.
5819 (81st TFW) SOC Oct 3, 1966 for spares recovery
5820 (7333rd ABG) SOC Nov 7, 1966 for spares recovery
5821 (7030th CSW) SOC Jan 1, 1966 for spares recovery
5822 (66th TRW) crashed by Oct 19, 1959.
5823 (36th TFW) SOC Jan 19, 1966 for spares recovery
5824 (7272nd FTW) SOC Oct 27, 1966 for spares recovery.
5825 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 16, 1964 on transfer to MAP.  to Royal Saudi AF as 1503
5826 (7322nd ABW) Crashed by Feb 6, 1964.
5827 (81st TFW) SOC Oct 21, 1955 for spares recovery
5828 (81st TFW) Crashed by Jan 6, 1959
5829 (7272nd TFW) SOC May 31, 1966 for spares recovery
5830 (7030th CSW) SOC Sep 15, 1966 for spares recovery
5831 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 16, 1967 on transfer under MAP
5832 (38th BW) to Royal Saudi AF as 1504.  Crashed by Jan 28, 1957.
5833 (47th BW) crashed by May 25, 1957.
5837 to MASDC as TC987 Dec 6, 1970
5839 to MASDC as TC606 Dec 11, 1964
5845 to Greek AF
5848 to MASDC Apr 30, 1975
5849 on display at American Legion Post 496, Sherwood, Wisconsin
5850 (MSN 580-9291) converted to RT-33A.  Now on display at Estrella Warbird Museum, Pasa
Robles, CA.
5852 (7322nd ABW) SOC Nov 9, 1964 for spares recovery
5854 at Glenn L. Martin Museum, Middle River, Maryland in 2012.
5855 crashed NE of Buckey ANGB, CO Jun 20, 1961
5856 to AT-33A.  To MASDC Oct 7, 1972
5858 to MASDC Aug 21, 1973.
5859 to MASDC as TC1291 Feb 1, 1985.
5860 (MSN 580-9301) to Uruguay as FAU-205.  Preserved at Gen Cesareo L Berisso Air Base, Carrasco.
5861 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP
5863 to MASDC as TC753 Nov 15, 1966
5864 to MASDC as TC386 Sep 18, 1962
5869 assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Aug 13, 1958.
5872 (MSN 580-9313) destroyed in a crash somewhere in western USA ca late 1950s.
5878 to MASDC as TC979 Oct 15, 1970
5879 to MASDC as TC388 Oct 4, 1962
5880 to MASDC as TC389 Sep 12, 1962
5882 at VFW Memorial Park, Grand Island, NE.
5889 (MSN 580-9365) to Hellenic AF.  Noted at Tanagra AB in 1998.  As Hellenic Air Force 35889 in storage 
at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
5890 to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
5891 (MSN 580-9367) to Brazilian AF as TF-33A(AT-33A), 4357. Wfu
5892 to MASDC as TC794 Feb 13, 1964
5893 (MSN 580-9369) to Greek AF.  Noted on dump at Tanagra Sep 2005
5894 to MASDC as TC859 Dec 4, 1968
5897 converted to AT-33A.  TO MASDC Jul 6, 1973.
5901 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as TC1356 Feb 11, 1988.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5902 assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To MASDC Jul 23, 1975
5903 to Hellenic AF
5905 on display with VFW Post 328 at Stoughton, Wisconsin
5906 (66th TRW) SOC Oct 27, 1969 on transfer under MAP
5909 to MASDC Jul 23, 1975
5910 to MASDC Jul 19, 1972
5912 to MASDC Jul 19, 1972
5913 to MASDC as TC660 Nov 16, 1965
5914 to MASDC as TC662 Nov 16, 1965
5916 on display at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  Was DT-33A
5918 MSN 580-9394. With Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as JE-015 and crashed on July 17, 1978.
53-5919 ... 53-6152
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
5919/5973 MSN 580-9395/9449
5974/5993 MSN 580-9456/9475
5994/6037 MSN 580-9526/9569
6038/6066 MSN 580-9641/9669
6067/6152 MSN 580-9688/9773
5923 to MASDC Apr 17, 1975
5924 to MASDC as TC744 Nov 4, 1966
5929 to Thai AF as F11-23/13.  To RTAF Museum, Don Muang
5933 (MSN 580-9409) in 1973 on display in Jonesboro, Arkansas.  Later on display at St. Charles, MO.  
Noted September 2003 with Missouri Wing of Commemorative AF at Smartt Field, St Charles, MO. 
Not in airworthy condition.
5936 was in San Diego Aerospace Museum and destroyed in fire in 1978.
5938 to MASDC as TC826 Jun 29, 1967
5939 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 29, 1972 on transfer under MAP
5943 (MSN 580-9491) to MASDC Oct 29, 1977, returned to service.  Displayed at Portland IAP, OR marked as 35344.
On display at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon in Aug 2008.
5944 to MASDC Aug 10, 1978, returned to service
5947 on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida.
5948 to civil registry as N62519
5950 (MSN 580-9426) to Uruguay as FAU-212
5951 to MASDC Sep 16, 1975
5953 (194th FIS) vrashed Sep 13, 1983.
5956 crashed 10 mi N of Amboy, California Dec 22, 1965.  Pilot ejected successfully
5957 to MASDC as TC974 Aug 25, 1970
5959 (MSN 580-9435) to Uruguay as FAU-211
5960 To MASDC Aug 3, 1977, returned to service.  Now on display at Otis ANGB, Massachusetts
5962 to MASDC as TC961 Apr 25, 1970
5964 to Greek AF
5966 (Maryland ANG) collided in midair with Capital Airlines Vickers 745D Viscount N7410 4 mi E of
Brunswick, Maryland May 20, 1958.  7 passengers and crew of 4 aboard the Viscount all killed,
passenger in T-33 was killed, but pilot ejected safely.
5969 to MASDC as TC972 Aug 12, 1970
5970 to AMARC as TC1329 Apr 6, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
5974 at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.
5979 at Prairie Aviation Museum, Bloomington, IL
5980 at Otis ANGB, MA
5986 on display at American Legion Post 199 in town center, Reedsville, Wisconsin
5987 to MASDC Aug 21, 1973
5988 to MASDC Oct 10, 1963
5990 on display at Maurice Roberts City Park, Richmond, Missouri.
5996 on civil registry as N142JS.  Was ex-Blackhawk Vocational Tech School machine, reg N1054Z.
In very poor shape located in the grass at Janesville, WI.
5998 on display at McConnell AFB, Kansas ANG, Wichita, KS
6000 presumably went to Greek AF and was noted at Tanagra AB in 1998
6008 at American Legion Post 27 in Apache Junction, Arizona on a pole.
6009 on display at city of Johnson City, Tennessee
6011 to NASA as 940, then N940NA.  Seen At Richard Loyd KJone Airport, OK Oct 2007.
6020 to Thai AF as F11-24/13.  W/o Jan 1973
6021 preserved at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.
6026 on display at American Legion Post 80 at New Richmond, WI Mar 2007
6028 at Boulder, CO.
6030 to MASDC as TC845 Dec 28, 1967
6032 to MASDC as TC815 Apr 28, 1967
6034 to MASDC as TC875 Oct 23, 1969
6036 to MASDC as TC870 Sep 26, 1969
6038 (MSN 580-9641) on display at Ben Franklin Institute Science Museum, Philadelphis, Pennsylvania since at
least Aug 2006
6040 to Thai AF as F11-25/13
6047 to MASDC Aug 21, 1973
6053 on display at LSU Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Mar 2007
6055 acquired by Air and Military Museum of the Ozarks, Springfield, MO.  Had been sitting
at the College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, MO since the late 1970s.  Bore civil 
registration of N99095
6057 to MASDC as TC793 Feb 13, 1967
6060 to MASDC as TC881 Oct 23, 1969
6062 assigned to the 363rd TRW at Shaw June 1972 
6064 (MSN 588-9667) was at Niagra Falls, NY.  Now on display at Eielson AFB, Alaska.
6069 (MSN 580-9690) noted in 2002 at Tenessee Museum of Aviation.  At Wisconsin Veterans Memorial
at Prairie du Sac Aug 2010
6070 to MASDC Oct 10, 1973
6073 on display at city of Gravette, Arkansas
6074 to MASDC as TC943 Jan 22, 1970
6075 to MASDC as TC0795 Feb 16, 1967
6081 on pedestal in front of American Legion post 83, Rosebush, Michigan
6082 (MSN 580-9713) to Hellenic AF as 36082 Feb 1972
6089 was at Florence Air and Missile Museum (this is now
closed).  Now at Darlington CAP, South Carolina Jun 2007
6091 at Quonset Point, RI.  A T-33 whith this shown as its first identity, then N32GB was
registred to Shooting Star Investment, Ltd. of Vamdrup, Denmari Aug 8, 2000 as
OY-RUT. 
6096 on pedestal at Spalding County AP, Griffin, Georgia.
6099 on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, Michigan.
6100 on display at VFW Post 1776, Huron, South Dakota
6102 on display at Eagle Pass, Texas Jan 2008.
6106 to Thai AF as F11-26/13.  Preserved at Korat
6109 to MASDC as TC812 Apr 10, 1967
6114 (3970th CSG) SOC Mar 10, 1963 for spares recovery
6116 to MASDC as TC686 Jun 1, 1966
6117 (MSN 580-9738) fuselage with Merl H. Maine Warbirds Collection at Ontario IAP, Oregon in Jun 1999.
6118 (2970th CSG) SOC Jan 28, 1965 for spares recovery
6123 on display at Mobile, Alabama City Park
6124 on display at city of Del Rio, Texas.
6132 on display at cith of Douglas, Georgia
6138 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP
6140 to Thai AF as F11-27/13
6143 used as napalm target Eglin AFB range.
6144 to MASDC as TC874 Oct 22, 1969
6145 to MASDC Apr 22, 1975.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
6147 on display at Randolph AFB, Texas in 1997
6148 to MASDC as TC1198 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
6150 to MASDC as TC761 
6152 to MASDC as TC703 Jun 30, 1966
53-8273 ... 53-8322
North American F-86K Sabre 
MSN 207-1/50.  Assembled by Fiat from NAA-built components.  To Italian AF as MM6185/MM6234.
The MM numbers were not used for very long, since in July 1957 an Italian AF general
order was issued that USAF tail numbers should be used instead.  So they became
38273/38322.
8273 crashed into farmhouse on approach to Istrana AB, Italy Feb 24, 1960.  Pilot killed.
8274 on display outside Instituto Tecnico a Volta di Alessandria
8275 w/o Sep 14, 1958 (Scramble website)
8277 w/o Apr 12, 1959.
8278 preserved at Grottaglie AB, Italy with parts of 55-4863
8279 w/o Mar 13, 1963 during test flight
8280 w/o Jul 29, 1959 (Scramble website)
8281 w/o Aug 23, 1957 Rimini-Mirama(Scramble website), details?
8282 w/o May 27, 1959 (Scramble website)
8283 w/o Aug 5, 1970 Km a Nord-Est da Siracuse
8284 w/o Jul 29, 1959 (Scramble website), details?
8287 crashed near Padova, Italy May 18, 1959 after midair collision with 53-8308
during aerobatics.  Pilot ejected safely
8288 w/o Mar 4, 1965 (Scramble website), details?
8289 rear fuselage to 55-4815
8291 became gate guard at Cervia AB, Italy
8293 w/o Sep 19, 1959 (Scramble website)
8296 w/o Nov 8, 1965 (Scramble website)
8297 (MSN 207-25) to Italian AF as MM53-8297.  Seen at Bentivoglio scrapyard
at Rome, Italy.  In Oct 2010 was on display at Museo dell'Aviazione, Derbaiola as MM53-8297
8299 (MSM 207-27) preserved 2o Deposito Centrale AMI.  In Apr 2015 on display at Museo Storico di Piana
delle Orme, Borgo Faiti, Italy
8300 stored for Museo dell'Aeronautica Gianni Caproni
8301 preserved in 605 SC area near gate
8302 w/o Jan 31, 1956, Pisa-San Giusto (Scramble website)
8303 crashed after takeoff at Vedelago due to engine fire Mar 13, 1956.  Pilot killed
8304 w/o Jul 22, 1968 (Scramble website)
8305 given to museum in Soesterberg, Holland.  Now
has Q-305 Dutch serial painted on it, which was
not original, since the plane never served with Klu.
8308 preserved as gate guard near main gate, Gioia del Coll
8310 w/o Dec 28, 1959 (Scramble website)
8314 w/o Sep 9, 1969 after collision above Massafra
8317 w/o at Riese Pio X, Italy Mar 1, 1958, details?
8318 w/o Jan 7, 1963, details?
8320 w/o Sep 23, 1966 (Scramble website)
8321 crashed after colliding with RT-33 53-5420 during night practice interception at Castel del
Bosco-Pontedera, Pisa, Italy Jul 25, 1962.
54-1522 ... 54-1522
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9139.  For MDAP.  To Turkish AF in Jun 1955.  Later to Klu as M-103 (TP-21)
in 1957.
54-1523 ... 54-1526
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9140/9143.  For MDAP
1523 to German AF as AB-797, JD-383, EC-377, MD-377, DD-397, 94+59.  W/o Apr 6, 1972.
Wreck displayed at Leck AFB as EB-397
1524 (86th FIW) crashed by Sep 30, 1955
1525 to German AF as AB-823.  W/o Nov 15, 1960
1526 to German AF as AB-812, JD-384.  To Turkey in 1968.
54-1527 ... 54-1527
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9144.  For MDAP.  To Greek AF as 41527.
54-1528 ... 54-1531
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9145/9148.  For MDAP
1528 (86th FIW) tcrashed by Jul 26, 1955
1529 to German AF as AB-824, BB-824, BD-812, 94+60.  Scrapped in 1972
1530 to German AF as AB-806, DD-39, EC-378, MD-378, DD-398, 94+61.  Scrapped in 1972.
1531 to German AF as AB-809, JC-380.  W/o Jul 23, 1963   
54-1532 ... 54-1532
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9149.  For MDAP.  To Greek AF as 41532
54-1533 ... 54-1536
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9150/9153.  For MDAP
1533 to German AF as AB-791, EB-391, BD-751, 94+62.  Scrapped in 1972
1534 to German AF as AB-785, EB-392, ND-204, 94+63.  Scrapped in 1972.
1535 to German AF as AB-798, EB-393, 94+64.  Scrapped in 1972.  To International Luftfahrt Museum, villingen-Schwennigen,
Germany as 64+64
1536 to German AF as AB-799, JB-381.  W/o Oct 1, 1964
54-1537 ... 54-1537
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9154.  For MDAP. TO Greek AF as 41537.
54-1538 ... 54-1539
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9155/9156.  For MDAP
1538 to German AF as AB-822.  W/o May 8, 1962.
1539 to German AF as AB-800, DA-377, 94+65.  display Großenbrode?
54-1540 ... 54-1543
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9159,9164,9169,9174.  For MDAP
1540 (MSN 580-9159)
1541 (MSN 580-9164) to KLu as M-101 (TP-19) in 1955.  W/o Jan 24, 1959
1542 (MSN 580-9169) to KLu as M-102 (TP-20) in 1955.  SOC Jul 6, 1971.
Later to Greek AF as 41542.
1543 (MSN 580-9174) to KLu as M-103 (TP-21) in 1957.  SOC Oct 21, 1971.
Later to French AF.  To Turkish AF Apr 8, 1983.  On display as 8-543 at 
Turkish AF Aviation Museum Yesilkoy, Istanbu, Turkey
54-1544 ... 54-1547
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9175/9178.  For MDAP
1544 (MSN 580-9175) to Spanish AF as E.15-27 Aug 8, 1955.  Noted preserved at San Javier AB, Murcia Mar 2009.
1545 (MSN 580-9176) to Spanish AF as E.15-28 Aug 8, 1955
1546 (MSN 580-9177) to Spanish AF as E.15-30 Sep 7, 1955.  On display as E.15-30 at Albacete Air Base, Spain
1547 (MSN 580-9178) to Spanish AF as E.15-29 Aug 21, 1955.  Seen on display at VFW Post 1987, Columbus, Indiana June 2007.
54-1548 ... 54-1548
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9179.  For MDAP.  To French AF as 41548, then to Turkish AF Apr 8, 1983.  Noted 1996 on display at
Eskisehar AB, Turkey.
54-1549 ... 54-1552
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9180/9183.  For MDAP
54-1553 ... 54-1553
Lockheed RT-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9184.  For MDAP.  On display at Musee de l'Air et l'Espace, France
54-1554 ... 54-1618
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
For MDAP
1554/1561 MSN 580-9185/9192
1556 to German AF as AB-807, DD-382, 94+66.  To Greece as 41556
1557 to German AF as AB-820, DA-396, YA-396, YA-703, 94+67.  Scrapped in 1972
1558 (20th FBW) crashed 1 mi N of Finchingfield, England Mar 11, 1957
following collision with F-84F 52-6671.
1560 to German AF as AB-101, AB-801, JB-382, JA-382.  To Turkey in 1968.
1561 to German AF as AB-802, DA-378, BD-702, 94+68.  Scrapped in 1972.
1562/1583 MSN 580-9251/9272
1568 to German AF as AB-825, BD-825, EB-399, 94+69.  At Air Force Museum/Berlin Gatow as EB-399
1569 to German AF as AB-813, DF-398, EB-396, 94+70.  Scrapped in 1972
1570 to German AF as AB-814, BD-814, 94+71.  Scrapped in 1972
1571 to German AF as AB-803, JB-383, JA-383.  To Turkey?
1572 to German AF as AB-804, JB-384, JA-399, 94+72.  Scrapped in 1972
1573 (7330th FTW) SOC Apr 27, 1956 on transfer under MAP
1575 (MSN 580-9264) to Hellenic AF.  As Hellenic Air Force 341575 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015 
1577 (MSN 580-9266( MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41577.  To French AF as 41577. To Singapore AF; 
ferry registration was F-BKVY.  MAP to Republic of Singapore AF as 374
1578 (MSN 580-9267) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 41578.  W/o Apr 17, 1958 dring aerobatic training
at Sola AB, Staganger, Norway
1582 (MSN 580-9271) to KLu as TR-31 in 1955.  W/o Feb 7, 1963
1583 (MSN 580-9272) to KLu as TR-32 in 1955.  SOC Oct 12, 1971.
1584/1618 MSN 580-9320/9354
1584 (MSN 580-9320) delivered to Kawasaki as pattern aircraft for JASDF production
1585 (MSN 580-9321) delivered to Kawasaki as pattern aircraft for JASDF production
1598 (7330th TFW) SOC Apr 12, 1956 on transfer under MAP
1599 (7330th TFW) SOC Apr 12, 1956 on transfer under MAP
1601 (7330th TFW) SOC Jun 21, 1956 on transfer under MAP
1602 (MSN 580-9338) to Italian AF as MM54-1602.  Noted Fall 2003 at Museo dell'Aviazione,
Cerbaiola, Italy
1603 (MSN 580-9339)  to Italian AF as MM54-1603.
1604 (7330th FTW) SOC Jun 21,1956 on transfer under MAP
1605 to German AF as AB-781, JC-399, EA-396, 94+73.  Scrapped in 1972.
1610 to German AF as AB-808, DD-384, EC-379, MD-379, DD-399, 94+74.  Scrapped in 1972
1611 to German AF as AB-782, EB-390, BD-790, 94+75.  Scrapped in 1972.
1612 (MSN 580-9348) to KLu as TR-33 in 1955.  W/o Jun 23, 1970
1613 (MSN 580-9349) to KLu as TR-34 in 1955.  W/o Oct 12, 1971.
Delivered to Hellenic AF.  Stored at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
1614 (MSN 580-9350) to KLu as TR-35 in 1955.  SOC Oct 12, 1971
1615 (MSN 580-9351) to KLu as TR-36 in 1955.  W/o Dec 19, 1962.
1616 (MSN 580-9352) to Portuguese AF as 1907.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000.
54-2689 ... 54-2728
Lockheed T-33B-LO
MSN 580-9193/9214, 9273/9290.  Transferred to US Navy as TV-2 Bu. No. 138977/139016
54-2950 ... 54-2955
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9450/9455.  For MDAP
2950/2954 to Italy.
2951 (MSN 58-9451) to Italian AF as MM54-2951 and preserved at Amendola AB, Italy as MM54-1951.
2955 to German AF as AB-701, DD-383, 94+76.  Scrapped in 1972.
54-4035 ... 54-4036
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9686/9687.  For MDAP
55-2979 ... 55-2983
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9476/9480.  For MDAP
2979 to Japanese AF
2980 to Italian AF as MM55-2980.Preserved in Oct 1987 at Grazzanise AB and in Jun 2010 at Latina AB.  
2981 to Japanese AF
2982 to Italian AF
2983 to Japanese AF
55-2984 ... 55-3016
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-9481/9513.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 
Bu. No. 141502/141534
55-3017 ... 55-3028
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-9514/9525.  For MDAP.
3018 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP to Turkish AF
3019 to MASDC as TC885 Nov 10, 1969
3021 to MASDC as TC933 Dec 29, 1969.  To US civil registry as N3497F.  Seen Dec 2007 in Travis AFB
museum collection.
3022 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP to Turkish AF
3024 to Taiwan as 3024.  Defected to People's Republic of China
3025 (MSN 580-9522) assigned to 62nd FIS, KI Sawyer AFB, MI.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research
Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 17, 1969 to Mar 27, 1973.  Registered as NASA 512.
Assigned to US Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA.
Noted at Minnesota ANG Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul IAP, Minnesota
3026 to Turkish AF
3027 to MASDC as Sep 21, 1973.  To Italian AF
3028 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 24, 1971 on transfer to Greek AF
55-3029 ... 55-3049
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9570/9590.  For MDAP.
3029 to Japanese AF
3030 to Italian AF
3031 to Italian AF
3032 (MSN 580-9573). to Japan Air Self-Defence Force as 61-5207 and stored at Hamamatsu Air Base in November 2011.
3033 (MSN 580-9574) to Italian AF.  On display at Viterbo AB, Italy as MM55333/4-133
3034 to Italian AF
3035 to Japanese AF
3036 to Italian AF
3037 to Italian AF
3038 (MSN 580-9579) to Belgium as FT31 Mar 1956.  W/o Oct 3, 1966 at Weert, Netherlands when engine flamed out, pilot
tried to restart, but without success, and ejected.
3039 to Japanese AF
3040 (MSN 580-9581) to Belgium as FT32 Mar 1956.  W/o May 28, 1957 when developed a fuel leak in left tip tank and
crashed before reachingthe runway.
3041 (MSN 580-9582) to Belgium as FT33.  W/o Jun 13, 1977 when crashed in the town of Velm.
3042 to Japanese AF
3043 (MSN 580-9584) to Belgium as FT34 Mar 1956.  Stored Koksijde Jul 24, 1978.  To Brussels Air Museum Feb 1982.
3044 (MSN 580-9585) to Belgium as FT38 May 1956.  SOC Feb 1980.  Presumed returned to USAF.  To Ramstein AB,
West Germany for battle damage repair training.  Last noted Aug 1986
3045 to Japanese AF 
3046 (MSN 580-9587) to Belgium as FT35 Mar 1956.  W/o May 13, 1959 when crashed at Saintes (Tubize) after midair
collision with FT18 (51-17469)
3047 (MSN 580-9588) to Belgium as FT36 Mar 1956.  SOC Nov 1979.  After Belgian AF use, went
to Sculpthorp, England Nov 26, 1979.  Stored at RAF Sculthorpe before going to Dumfries and
Galloway Aviation Museum, Dumfries, Scotland.
3048 to Portuguese AF as 1908
3049 to Portuguese AF as 1915
55-3050 ... 55-3073
Lockheed T-33B-1-LO
MSN 580-9591/9614.  Transferred to USN as TV-2 
Bu. No. 141535/141558
55-3074 ... 55-3115
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9615/9640, 580-9670/9685.  For MDAP.
3074 to Japanese AF
3075 to Italian AF
3076 to Italian AF
3077 to Italian AF
3078 to Italian AF
3079 to Japanese AF
3080 to Italian AF.  Preserved at Rivolto AB.
3081 to Italian AF
3082 (MSN 580-9623) to Belgium as FT37 Apr 1956.  SoC Feb 1980. Presumed returned to USAF. 
To RAF Alconbury (a USAF base) Mar 7, 1980 as battle damage repair training airframe.  To RAF Molesworth
(a USAF base) in 1987.  Last noted in scrap compound.  Scrappe 1988.
3083 FMS to Portuguese AF as 1909.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
3084 to Japanese AF
3085 FMS to Portuguese AF as 1914.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
3086 to Italian AF
3087 to Portuguesse AF as 1913
3088 to Italian AF, then to Portuguese AF as 1911.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
3089 to Japanese AF
3090 to French AF, then to Portuguese AF as 1912.
3091 (MSN 580-9632) to French AF, then to Turkish AF.  Later preserved at Vannes Airport in France in 
Armee de l'Air colors.  To Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace. Framce
3092 to French AF,then to Turkey as 7-092.
3093 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
3094 to Japanese AF
3095 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
3096 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
3097 to French AF
3098 to French AF
3099 to Japanese AF
3100 to Japanese AF
3101 to French AF
3102 to French AF
3103 to French AF
3104 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
3105 to Japanese AF
3106 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
3107 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
3108 to French AF, then to Turkish AF
3109 to Pakistan AF
3110 to Japanese AF
3111 to Pakistan AF
3112 to Pakistan AF
3113 (MSN 580-9683) to Pakistan. On display at Pakistan AF Museum, Karachi.
3114 to Pakistan AF
3115 to Pakistan AF
55-3116 ... 55-3117
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-9774/9775.  For MDAP
3116 to MASDC as TC756 Nov 16, 1966
3117 to MASDC as TC739 Nov 5, 1966
55-4332 ... 55-4424
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-9776/9868
4332 to MASDC as TC773 Nov 30, 1966
4335 to MASDC Dec 13, 1974.  To civil registry as N9979Q
4336 to MASDC as TC910 Nov 24, 1969.
4337 to MASDC as TC774 Nov 30, 1966
4340 to MASDC as TC894 Nov 14, 1969
4346 to MASDC May 18, 1977, back to service.  To AMARC as TC1339 Nov 23, 1987.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
4347 to MASDC May 1, 1975
4350 to MASDC as TC747 Nov 15, 1966
4351 (MSN 580-9795) noted May 2009 on display at Gowen Field ANG Base, Boise, Idaho
4352 to MASDC as TC915 Dec 1, 1969
4354 to MASDC Oct 4, 1973
4358 to MASDC as TC924 Dec 12, 1969
4359 to MASDC as TC742 Nov 6, 1966
4360 to MASDC as TC737 Nov 15, 1966
4362 (26th TRW) SOC at Ramstein, West Germany Nov 23, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Portuguese 
AF as 1918.  SOC.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
4363 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP
4364 to MASDC as TC779 Dec 10, 1966
4365 to MASDC as TC786 Dec 9, 1966
4367 to MASDC as Dec 10, 1966
4369 to MASDC as TC750 Nov 5, 1966
4370 to MASDC as TC746 Nov 5, 1966
4371 to MASDC as TC743 Nov 5, 1966
4374 to MASDC as TC741 Nov 5, 1966
4375 to MASDC as TC751 Nov 5, 1966
4380 to US Navy as QT-33A 156163.  To MASDC as TC1199 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
4381 to MASDC Apr 8, 1975
4382 to MASDC Oct 10, 1973
4384 to MASDC Apr 15, 1975
4385 to US Navy as QT-33A 156164.  To MASDC as TC1200 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
4386 to AMARC as TC1327 Mar 27, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
4387 to MASDC Aug 20, 1973
4388 to MASDC as TC984 Oct 31, 1970
4389 to MASDC as TC783 Dec 10, 1966
4390 to MASDC Apr 8, 1975
4391 (MSN 580-9835) to civil registry as N1058.
4392 to MASDC as TC923 Dec 12, 1969
4393 to MASDC as TC988 Dec 28, 1970
4397 to MASDC Aug 20, 1973
4398 to MASDC as TC966 Jun 19, 1970
4399 to civil registry as N87912
4400 to MASDC as TC909 Nov 23, 1969
4401 to MASDC as TC889 Nov 13, 1969
4402 crashed Nov 1, 1962 in Catskill mountains of New York on
southern ridge of Van Wyck mountain.
Both crew killed.  The wreck is still there.
4412 to MASDC as TC789 Dec 12, 1966.
4414 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi
Arabian AF as 1505
4415 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi
Arabian AF as 1512
4416 (7425th ABG) Damaged at Evreux AB, France by Feb 4, 1957,
SOC at Chateauroux AB Nov 7, 1957 for spares recovery.
4417 (49th TFW) SOC Jul 14, 1965 for spares recovery
4418 (7101st ABW) crashed by Dec 28, 1959
4419 (66th TRW) SOC May 15, 1967 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi
Arabian AF as 1502
55-4425 ... 55-4456
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9869/9900
4425 to West German AF as AB-783.  W/o Apr 17, 1958
4426 to West German AF as AB-784.  W/o Dec 23, 1957 when crashed during approach in Italy.  2 onboard killed.
4427 to West German AF as AB-785.  W/o Oct 28, 1957
4428 to West German AF as AB-786, 94+77.  Scrapped 1972
4429 to West German AF as AB-787, BD-788.  W/o Sep 22, 1966
4430 to French AF
4431 to French AF
4432 to French AF, later to Turkish AF
4433 to French AF.  Returne and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.  Now on display at Norfolk 
and Suffolk Aviation Museum, UK
4435 to West German AF as AB-788, BD-788.  W/o Sep 22, 1966
4436 to West German AF as AB-789, BD-789, 94+79.  Scrapped in 1972
4437 to West German AF as AB-734, BD-734, 94+80.  Scrapped in 1972.
4438 to French AF, later to Turkish AF
4439 to French AF.  Returned and stored at RAF Sculthorpe.  Noted Mar 2004 at
North East Aviation Museum, Sunderland, England. 
4441 (MSN 580-9885) to Uruguay as FAU-201.  Preserved at Gen Cesareo L Berisso Air Base, Carrasco
4442 (MSN 580-9886) To Uruguay FAU-202.  Preserved at gate-guardian at 2n Lt Mario W. Parallada AB, Durazno.
4443 (MSN 580-9887) to Uruguay FAU-203 and currently displayed at Museo Aeronautica, Montevideo.
4444 (MSN 580-9888) to Uruguay FAU-204.  W/o Oct 6, 1971.
4448 (MSN 580-9892) to Fuerza Aerea de Chile as J-314 and on display at Museo Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerrillos,
Santiago de Chile.
55-4807 ... 55-4810
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9901/9904.  For MDAP
55-4945 ... 55-4962
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
MSN 580-9905/9922.  For MDAP
4950 (MSN 580-9910) to KLu as TR-37 in 1957.  W/o Jun 10, 1971
4951 (MSN 580-9911) to KLu as TR-38 in 1957.  SOC Dec 20, 1971, to Greek AF.
4952 (MSN 580-9912) to KLu as TR-41 in 1957.  SOC Mar 17, 1972, to Turkish AF.
4953 (MSN 580-9913) to Brazilian AF as 4314. Crashed on Oct 22, 1972 in Brazil 
4954 (MSN 580-9914) to Brazilian AF as 4315. Wfu 
4955 (MSN 580-9915) to Brazilian AF as 4316. Wfu 
4956 (MSN 580-9916) to Brazilian AF as 4317. Wfu 
4957 (MSN 580-9917) to Brazilian AF as 4310. Wfu 
4958 (MSN 580-9918) to Brazilian AF as 4311. Wfu 
4959 (MSN 580-9919) to Brazilian AF as 4312. Crashed on Jun 22, 1967 in Brazil 
4960 (MSN 580-9920) to Brazilian AF as 4313. Preserved at Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil
4961 (MSN 580-9921) to KLu as TR-39 in 1957.  SOC Mar 12, 1972, to Turkish AF
4962 (MSN 580-9922) to KLu as TR-40 in 1957.  W/o Feb 20, 1967 at Rucphen, Netherlands.
55-5155 ... 55-5234
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
KAC1001/1080.  Assembled by Kawasaki for JASDF.
MSN KAC1079. As 14-8217 with Japan Air Self-Defence Force noted preserved at Komatsu Air Base in November 1993 and now on 
display in sports-park at Ukiha-shi
MSN KAC1054 with Japan Air Self Defense Force as 75-5254 and preserved at Hamamatsu in Oct 2013.
56-883 ... 56-938
Lockheed F-104C-5-LO Starfighter
MSN 383-1171/1226.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
883 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) got lost while flying over Gulf of Tonkin and flew over Hainan Island.
Shot down by air-to-air missile fired by Chinese MiG-19 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot enected and taken
prisoner.  Pilot released Mar 15, 1973.
885 set altitude record of 103,395 feet.  On May 9, 1961 on flight from Moron AB, Spain had control
failure with stick moving full aft with pilot unable to move it forward, resulting in an initial
zoom climb followed by unrecoverable tumble.  Pilot ejected safely.
886 on display at Holloman AFB, New Mexico
890 on display at McGhee-Tyson Airport painted as 56-880.
891 on display at Arizona ANG, Phoenix Airport, Arizona.
892 on display at Luke AFB, Arizona.
897 crashed in Spain Jun 15, 1961
898 (MSN 383-1186) on display at Kalamazoo Avitation History Museum, Michigan, painted as 86809.
901 at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT, Bradley INTL Airport, currently undergoing restoration.  In Aug 2012
restoration completed and was put on display in the museum.
904 (8th TFW, 435th TS) shot down by SAM over northern Laos Oct 2, 1966 while attacking a truck park.
Pilot ejected and rescued by Air Force helicopter.  Was first time a US aircraft was brought down by
a SAM over Laos.
905 w/o Feb 26, 1960 in fatal crash 25 mi NE of Las Vegas, Nevada
906 w/o Jul 19, 1960 in fatal landing accident 24 mi SE of China Lake, California
907 w/o Jan 29, 1959 in crash 5 mi SW of George AFB, California
908 (479th TFW, 476th TFS) damaged by small arms fire over Quang Tin Province S of DaNang AB Jul 22, 1965.  Crashed
while attempting gear-up emergency landing at Chu Lai Marine air base.  Pilot killed. 
909 w/o Jul 21, 1970 near Moron AB, Spain.  Pilot OK
910 (MSN 383-1198) on display at Wings over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Colorado, painted as 70910
911 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) collided in midair with 56-921 over Gulf of Tonkin or South Vietnam after dark while 
looking for 56-883 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
912 to MASDC as FB043 Dec 11, 1973.  Now on display at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
913 (479th TFW/434th TFS) Failed to get airborne at Moron AB, Spain 
Aug 28, 1961, ran off end of runway and was wrecked.  Pilot killed
914 on display at WPAFB Museum, Dayton, OH.
915 w/o Oct 28, 1959 in crash 5 mi eSe of Cantil, California.  Pilot OK
916 w/o Nov 1, 1959 in midair collision with T-33A 51-4233 6 mi SE of Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
917 with 436th TFS crashed into sea near Bermuda after taking off from Kindley AFB, Bermuda Mar 18, 1960.  Aircraft was one of 
an 18-ship deployment en-route to Moron AFB, Spain.
918 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) shot down by AAA over Plain of Jars, Laos Oct 20, 1966.  Pilot ejected but KIA
919 to MASDC as FB046 Dec 13, 1973.  Was at Tyndall Air Park, FL, no longer there in 2005.
Reported Apr 17, 2008 on display at Georgia ANG, Brunswick AP, Georgia.
921 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) collided in midair with 56-911 over Gulf of Tonkin or South Vietnam after dark while 
looking for 56-883 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
922 crashed Nov 22,1968 near Mojave, CA.  Pilot killed.
923 collided in midair with 57-0917 over Charlottesville, VA Jun 26, 1961.
925 w/o Oct 3, 1960 in crash 12 mi NW of Moron AB, Spain
926 served with Puerto Rico ANG.  Put on display on pole around 1983/84 at North Dakota ANG, 
Fargo-Hector IAP, Fargo, ND.  Now on display at VFW Post 2764
at the intersection of Main ST E and 2nd Aee NE, Valley City, North Dakota.
928 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) shot down 30 mi NE of Nguyen, NVN Aug 1, 1966.  Pilot KIA
929 (MSN 383-1217) at Lackland AFB, TX.  In Fall 2003 was expected to arrive 'soon'
at Edwards AFB, CA.  Noted Mar 2004 on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham IAP, Alabama.
MSN is quoted at 483-1246.
930 w/o Mar 15, 1960 in crash 4 mi E of Moron AB, Spain
932 (MSN 383-1220) crashed at George AFB, CA Jun 16, 1961.  Seen
at Van Nuys, CA as gate guard.   Noted recently at Thomas 
P. Stafford Air and Space Museum, Weatherford, Oklahoma
933 at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas.
934 to NASA as N820NA for use as space re-entry trainer at Edwards AFB, CA.
Decommissioned Dec 1973.  To static display at George AFB.  To Museum of
Flight, Seattle, Washington Jun 1992.  Moved to Great Gallery at the Main Museum Mar 1998. 
936 on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado,marked as 56-0808.
937 (479th TFW, 476th TFS) shot down by AAA over Tri Dao, NVN Jun 29, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
938 (MSN 383-1202) was on display at WPAFB as 56-879.  On display at Kessler AFB Air Park, Mississippi
56-1573 ... 56-1792
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO
1573/1649 MSN 580-9923/9999, 1650/1792 MSN 580-1000/1142.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
1573 to civil registry as N97477.  In 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community 
College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid.
Now on display at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX
1574 to civil registry as N8362.  In 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community 
College/University of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid
1578 to AMARC as TC1338 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1579 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975.
1580 to MASDC Dec 16, 1974
1582 to MASDC as TC968 Jul 2, 1970.
1585 FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
1586 to MASDC but returned to service.  To Uruguayan AF as 206
1587 to AMARC as TC1366 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1592 to Green AF
1593 to MASDC as TC893 Nov 16, 1969
1594 to MASDC as TC918 Dec 6, 1969
1595 to MASDC as TC922 Dec 11, 1969
1596 to US Navy as QT-33A 156165.  To MASDC as TC1201 Feb 4, 1980.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1597 to MASDC as TC929 Dec 17, 1969.  Converted to QT-33A.  SOC Dec 15, 1977.
1598 converted to QT-33A. SOC Dec 11, 1975.
1599 to MASDC as TC895 Nov 16, 1969
1601 to Pakistan.  On display at Karachi. 
1602 SOC at RAF Alconbury, UK Oct 21, 1968 on FMS to Portuguese AF as 1919. 
Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000.
1603 (1868th FCS) SOC Mar 16, 1967 on transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1501.
1604 (20th FBW) collided at night with RAF Canberra PR.7 WJ823 over Spaldwick, UK Jun 13, 1958.
All crew on both planes killed.
1605 (10th TRW) SOC RAF Alconbury, UK Oct 21, 1968 on FMS to Portugal as 1920.  
1606 (1868th FCS) SOC Nov 19, 1968 for spares recovery
1607 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
1608 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
1609 (7244th ABG) crashed by May 5, 1957
1610 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
1611 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
1612 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP
1613 (7244th ABG) SOC Jun 28, 1960 on transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1513
1614 (7244th ABG) crashed by May 5, 1957
1616 (MSN 580-9966) to CAA as N85 in 1956 for training and proficiency.  Ultimate fate obscure.
1620 to Pakistan AF
1622 to Pakistan AF
1623 (1868th FCS) SOC at Wiesbaden, West Germany Nov 5, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Portuguese 
AF as 1921.
1624 (1868th FCS) SOC Wiesbaden, West Germany Nov 5, 1968 on transfer under MAP to 
Portuguese AF as 1922.  Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
1630 converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 631
1641 to MASDC Sep 6, 1973
1643 to MASDC as TC784 Dec 12, 1966
1647 MSN 580-9997, transferred to USN as TV-2 143014
1651 MSN 580-1001, transferred to USN as TV-2 143015
1652 (MSN 580-1002) converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 607.  To US Navy as QT-33A 156166
1655 MSN 580-1005, transferred to USN as TV-2 143016
1656 (MSN 580-1006) on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum,
Sacheon AFB.
1658 (MSN 580-1008) to MASDC as TC891 Nov 14, 1969
1659 (MSN 580-1009) transferred to USN as TV-2 143017
1660 (MSN 580-1010) mounted on pole at Twin Falls Airport, Idaho.
1662 (MSN 580-1012) To MASDC as TC965 Jun 16, 1970.  To Taiwan
1663 (MSN 580-1013) transferred to USN as TV-2 143018
1664 (MSN 580-1014) assigned to 159th FIS, 125th FIG, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as TC1364 Mar 9, 1988.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1666 to Philippine AF
1667 (MSN 580-1017) transferred to USN as TV-2 143019
1668 (MSN 580-1018) to MASDC Jun 10, 1975.
1669 (MSN 580-1019) to MASDC as TC890.  To civil registry as N391P.  To Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana.
1670 (MSN 580-1020), transferred to USN as TV-2 143020
1673 (MSN 580-1023) to MASDC, to Saudi Arabian AF.  Seen Jan 20089 at Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, Arkansas
1674 (MSN 580-1024) transferred to USN as TV-2 143021
1683 (MSN 580-1033) transferred to USN as TV-2 143023
1687 (MSN 580-1037) transferred to USN as TV-2 143024
1691 (MSN 580-1041) transferred to USN as TV-2 143025
1695 (MSN 580-1045) transferred to USN as TV-2 143026
1696 (MSN 580-1046) to MASDC as TC914 Dec 2, 1969.  To Taiwan
1697 (MSN 580-1047) to MASDC Aug 12, 1977, returned to service.
1698 (MSN 580-1048) to Taiwan
1699 (MSN 580-1049) transferred to USN as TV-2 143027
1700 (MSN 580-1050) to MASDC as TC912 Nov 26, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as T-33336, 
donated in 1990 to Paraguayan AF as 1020.  Assigned to Grupo Aerotactico (GAT) 2nd Fighter
Squadron Indios.  Accident Apr 16, 1996 at Concepcion, Paraguay
1702 (MSN 580-1052)to MASDC Sep 9, 1977
1703 (MSN 580-1053) transferred to USN as TV-2 143028
1707 (MSN 580-1057) transferred to USN as TV-2 143029
1710 (MSN 580-1060) on display at Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado.
1711 (MSN 580-1061) transferred to USN as TV-2 143030
1712 (MSN 580-1062) to MASDC as TC896 Nov 14, 1969.  To Taiwan
1715 (MSN 580-1065) transferred to USN as TV-2 143031
1716 (MSN 580-1066) to MASDC May 3, 1977, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as TC1323 Mar 5, 1987.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1718 (MSN 580-1068) to MASDC May 6, 1975
1719 (MSN 580-1069) transferred to USN as TV-2 143032
1721 (MSN 580-1071) to AMARC as TC1367 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
1722 (MSN 580-1072) to MASDC as TC921 Dec 11, 1969.  To Taiwan
1723 (MSN 580-1073) transferred to USN as TV-2 143033
1725 (MSN 580-1075) to N8686D
1727 (MSN 580-1077) transferred to USN as TV-2 143034
1728 (MSN 580-1078) to Philippine AF
1729 (MSN 580-1079) to MASDC as TC911 Nov 25, 1969
1730 (MSN 580-1080) to MASDC as TC994, to N1449
1731 (MSN 580-1081) transferred to USN as TV-2 143035
1732 (MSN 580-1082) to US Navy as QT-33A 156167.  To MASDC Feb 4, 1980
1735 (MSN 580-1085) transferred to USN as TV-2 143036
1736 (MSN 580-1086) to MASDC Apr 15, 1975
1739 (MSN 580-1089) transferred to USN as TV-2 143037
1744 (MSN 580-1094) transferred to USN as TV-2 143038
1746 (MSN 580-1096) to Pakistan AF
1747 (MSN 580-1097) to to MASDC Dec 17, 1974.  To civil registry as N43856.  
Noted at Nassau Technical Aviation Academy,
Farmingdale, NY July 2003.  Noted Mar 14, 2008 at American Airpower Museum,
Farmingdale, NY.
1748 (MSN 580-1098) transferred to USN as TV-2 143039
1749 (MSN 580-1099) to civil registry as N61749, later N155SF
1750 (MSN 580-1100) to Philippine AF
1752 (MSN 580-1102) transferred to USN as TV-2 143040
1753 (MSN 580-1103) to MASDC as TC903 Nov 19, 1969.  To Taiwan as 3333. In Jun 2007 was gate 
guard at Hsin-chu AB, Taiwan.
1754 (MSN 580-1104) to MASDC as TC900 Nov 19, 1969
1755 (MSN 580-1105) to Greek AF
1756 (MSN 580-1106) transferred to USN as TV-2 143041
1758 (MSN 580-1108) to MASDC as TC908 Nov 25, 1969.
1759 (MSN 580-1109) to MASDC as TC907 Nov 21, 1969.  To Taiwan
1760 (MSN 580-1110) transferred to USN as TV-2 143042
1764 (MSN 580-1114) transferred to USN as TV-2 143043
1765 (MSN 580-1115) to MASDC as TC873 Oct 9, 1969.  To Taiwan
1766 (MSN 580-1116) to MASDC Apr 11, 1975.
1767 (MSN 580-1117) at Frontiers of Flight Museum, Love Field, Dallas, Texas in 2008
1768 (MSN 580-1118) transferred to USN as TV-2 143044
1770 (MSN 580-1120) to MASDC as TC916 Dec 4, 1969.  To Taiwan.  Converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 635
1772 (MSN 580-1122) transferred to USN as TV-2 143045
1773 (MSN 580-1123) to US Navy as QT-33A 156168
1774 (MSN 580-1124) to MASDC as TC880 Oct 23, 1969.  To Taiwan
1776 (MSN 580-1126) transferred to USN as TV-2 143046
1777 (MSN 580-1127) to MASDC Dec 17, 1974
1779 (MSN 580-1129) displayed as 52-9406 at West Duluth American Legion Post 71,
Duluth, Minnesota.
1780 (MSN 580-1130) transferred to USN as TV-2 143047
1782 (MSN 580-1132) on display at North Carolina A&T State University, Greenboro, North Carolina
1783 (MSN 580-1133) to MASDC as TC980 Oct 15, 1970.  To Taiwan
1784 (MSN 580-1134) transferred to USN as TV-2 143048
1785 (MSN 580-1135) to MASDC Oct 13, 1972
1786 (MSN 580-1136) to MASDC Aug 28, 1975.
1787 (MSN 580-1137) (325th FWW) crashed Dec 22, 1982.
1788 (MSN 580-1138) transferred to USN as TV-2 143049
1789 (MSN 580-1139) (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
1790 (MSN 580-1140) (26th TRW) SOC Mar 29, 1973 for spares recovery
1791 (MSN 580-1141) (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 on transfer under MAP to Turkish AF
1792 (MSN 580-1142) to MASDC as TC899 Nov 19, 1969.  To Taiwan as 3333, preserved at Hsinchu
56-3659 ... 56-3694
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-1143/1178
3672,3674,3693 sold to Taiwan
3659--plane painted as 56-3659 at Speyer, Germany is actually 51-17471.
3661 to civil registry as N83615.  On display with Wyoming ANG, Cheyenne, Wyoming
3662 to MASDC as TC766 Nov 25, 1966
3663 (MSN 580-1147) to Hellenic AF.  As Hellenic Air Force 63663 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015 
3666 to NASA as 949, then N941NA.  To MASDC as TC977 Sep 3, 1970.  
3669 to MASDC Apr 8, 1975.
3671 To NASA as 937, then N937NA.  To MASDC as TC986 Nov 20, 1970.
3672 to MASDC as TC982 Oct 26, 1970.  To Taiwan
3673 converted to AT-33A. to MASDC as TC905 Nov 20, 1969.  To Ecuadorian AF as 638
3674 to MASDC as TC868 Sep 5, 1969.  To Taiwan
3675 to MASDC as TC867 Sep 5, 1969.
3679 to AMARC as TC1326 Mar 25, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3680 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976.
3681 to AMARC as TC1370 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
3682 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 6, 1973 for spares recovery
3686 to MASDC Oct 9, 1972
3688 to MASDC as TC981 Oct 17, 1970.
3689 assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 939.
Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Sep 28, 1970 to Mar 30, 1971
Registered as NASA 513.  Assigned to 155th TRG, Nebraska ANG, Lincoln, NB.
Registered to Heritage Air LLC and is flying again, using the old NASA registration number 
of N939NA.  3689 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
3690 to MASDC as TC888 Nov 13, 1969
3692 to MASDC Aug 29, 1972
3693 to MASDC as TC892 Nov 15, 1969.  To Taiwan.
56-6848 ... 56-6927
Lockheed T-33A-5-LP
Kawasaki-built aircraft, MSN KAC1081/1160, to Japan.  Some databases
have these as being allocated MSN 580-1179/1258, in the Lockheed sequence, but this is not the case.
6852 (MSN KAC1085) noted Nov 2014 preserved as 71-5305 at the Old Car Center Kudan, Naraha, Japan
6858 (MSN KAC1091) on display in Museu do Air, Outside Sintra, Portugal in 2011, marked as Portuguese AF serial 1923
6868 (MSN KAC1101) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 71-5321 and preserved Nov 2014 at Ishikawa Aviation
Plaza, Komatsu, Ishikawa Prefecture.
6874 (MSN KAC1107) noted Mar 2014 preserved as 81-5327 at Naha Air Base, Japan
6891 (MSN KAC1124) preserved as 81-5344 at Misawa Aviation and Science Museum, Aomori, Japan
6897 (MSN KAC1130) as 81-5350 preserved at Tokunoshima, Japan.
57-530 ... 57-769
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-1179/1418 (according to Scramble website.  Francillon has these as 580-1259/1498, under the assumption
that 580-1179/1258 were allocated to Kawasaki-built T-33s)
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
530 (MSN-1259) to MASDC as TC963 Jun 2, 1970
531 to MASDC as TC902 Nov 20, 1969
532 (MSN 580-1281) to MASDC as TC936 Jan 12, 1970.  Went to Republic of China AF as 3338.  Reported 2008 at
Taiwan Taoyuan IAP Aviation Museum painted as T-3338
533 to MASDC as TC913 Dec 2, 1969
534 to MASDC Dec 17, 1974
536 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi Arabia as 1506
537 SOC Apr 22, 1963 and to Staravia Ltd of Lasham, England as scrap.
538 to Thailand as F11/40/31, coded 56133, then 1133
539 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi Arabia as 1507
540 SOC at RAF Alconbury, UK Oct 21, 1968 on FMS to Portuguese AF as 1923. 
Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
541 SOC at RAF Alconbury, UK Oct 21, 1968 on FMS to Portuguese AF as 1924. 
Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
542 (50th TFW) SOC Jul 27, 1960 following ground mishap
543 (50th TFW) in midair collision with unidentified F-100 near Hahn AB, West 
Germany Sep 25 (or 23), 1963.   Pilot (presumably the only occupant) ejected safely.
The F-100 landed safely at Hahn.
544 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1508
545 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1509
546 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 on transfer under MAP
547 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 on transfer under MAP
548 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 on transfer under MAP
551 one of three T-33s that crashed while landing in snowstorm at
Sondrestrom AB, Greenland early Dec 1968.  Others were 57-0757
and 57-0763
552 to MASDC as TC930 Dec 18, 1969.  To Taiwan
553 to civil registry as N57553
555 to MASDC as TC904 Nov 19, 1969
560 to MASDC Sep 25, 1975
561 (MSN 580-1210) to Turkish AF.  Instructional airframe at Las Bardenas
562 to MASDC May 1, 1975
563 to AMARC as TC1318 Aug 20, 1986.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
564 to MASDC Feb 2, 1977.  To US Navy as QT-33A, serial number 570564.  To AMARC as 3T0317
566 to AMARC as TC1358 Feb 12, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
568 (MSN 580-1217) to civil registry as N41839.  Parts from this aircraft and from P-80C 
49-0851 have been combined to form an XP-80A lookalike, observed Fall 2003 
outside the Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works' at Palmdale, CA with false 
serial 44-83021.
569 (MSN 580-1218) to civil registry as N64274.  Reported Apr 15, 2008
at Valiant Air Command Museum, Tico, FL
571 to MASDC Oct 30, 1975
573 to civil registry as N99152
574 on display at Air Park, Malmstrom AFB, Utah marked as 56-1779.
575 (MSN 580-1224) at Edward J. Peterson Space Command Museum, CO.  Replaced by 57-713. 575 was
moved to storage awaiting disposition.  Still there Oct 2005,  seen there
Aug 2006.
576 to MASDC as TC985 Nov 10, 1970.  To Taiwan
577 to Philippine AF
578 (MSN 580-1307) to MASDC Dec 21, 1973.  To Republic of China AF.  Donated to Paraguayan AF in 1990
as 1021.  Assigned to Grupo Aerotactico (GAT) 2 Escaudron de Caza Indios.  Reportedly withdrawn
from use in 1998 but still active until 2007.  Preserved at BA Silvio Pettirossi, Asuncion,
Paraguat (last noted Apr 2007)
581 to MASDC Apr 24, 1976.  With Spanish AF as E15-47 and preserved at Torrejon Air Base in Oct 2010.
582 destroyed in landing accident Jun 5, 1958 at Wendover AFB, UT when it
stalled during the turn to final following an aborted target-towing
mission.  Both pilots killed.  Wreckage derelect at Wendover Field, UT in late 1970s.
586 reported in USAF Museum, Ohio 1988.  Was at Rickenbacker ANGB, OH.  In 2012 on display at Vinton 
County Airport, Creola, Ohio.
587 on display at town of Flagler, Colorado
590 to MASDC Mar 13, 1978.  Now at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota
593 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery
594 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 6, 1973 for spares recovery
595 to AMARC as TC1322 Mar 5, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
596 (26th TRW) SOC Jun 19, 1970 for spares recovery
598 last served at Andrews AFB, MD with Headquarters Command before being
acquired by Lively Aviation School division of Lively Vo-Tech Center
in Tallahassee.  Carried registration N23745. Now at International 
Sport Aviation Museum
600 (26th TRW) SOC Jun 11, 1970 for spares recovery
601 (1868th FCS) SOC Apr 13, 1970 for spares recovery
602 (MSN 580-1251)to MASDC Apr 18, 1978, back to service.  Back to AMARC as TC1376.
Noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham,
Alabama on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation
604 to MASDC Mar 1, 1977, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as TC1360 Feb 17, 1988.  
Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
606 to MASDC as TC897 Nov 17, 1969.  Was at Williams AFB, in 2008 was on display at Big Spring, Texas airport.
607 to MASDC as TC983 Oct 27, 1970.  To Taiwan AF
608 to AMARC as TC1344 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
609 (MSN 580-1258) to civil registry as N82852.  In March 1974 as instructional airframe with Sowela Technical 
Institute, Lake Charles, Louisiana. 
611 to AMARC as TC1332 Apr 15, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
613 (21st TFW) ran off runway in Alaska and collapsed its right
landing gear and damaged its right wing Sep 23, 1980.  DBR.
Wreck sold to Boeing for testing
614 to MASDC as Nov 1, 1976.  To Thai AF
615 to to MASDC Apr 27, 1976.  To Colombian AF as 2007A
616 on display at Dakota Territory Air Museum, Minot, North Dakota
617 (MSN 580-1266) to Thailand as 56121/F11-41-31
618 to MASDC as TC1005 Mar 9, 1972.
621 to MASDC Mar 21, 1972.
622 to MASDC Jun 6, 1975. 
627 (MSN 580-1356) to Republic of China AF as T-33072.  Donated to Paraguayan Air Force / Fuerza 
Aérea Paraguay 1990 as 1022. WFU 1998.  Assigned to Grupo Aerotáctico (GAT) 2nd Fighter Squadron Indios.
Gate Guard at BA Silvio Pettirossi, Asunción, Paraguay. 
629 (MSN 580-1358) To Republic of China Air Force as T-33081
Donated to Paraguayan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Paraguay 1990 as 1023. WFU 1998.
Assigned to Grupo Aerotáctico (GAT) 2nd Fighter Squadron Indios.
Gate Guard at BA Ñu-Guazú, Campo Grande, Paraguay. 
636 (MSN 580-1358) to Taiwan, later to Paraguayan AF
637 (MSN 580-1286).  There is a T-33A front fuselage marked both
as 3082 and 70637 at Chung Cheng Aviation Museum, Taipei,
Taiwan, which may be from this aircraft.
642 to Thai AF.  To AMARC as TC1359 Feb 17, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
643 seen in yard on west side of US 71/287, Sunset, TX
644 to to MASDC Feb 20, 1976.  To Colombian AF as 2013A
645 (MSN 580-1294) to Spanish AF as E.15-31 May 19, 1958
646 (MSN 580-1295) to Spanish AF as E.15-32 May 19, 1958
647 (MSN 580-1296) to Spanish AF as E.15-33 May 23, 1958
648 (MSN 580-1297) to Spanish AF as E.15-34 Jun 20, 1958
649 (MSN 580-1298) to Spanish AF as E.15-35 May 19, 1958
650 (MSN 580-1299) to Spanish AF as E.15-36 Jun 20, 1958
651 (MSN 580-1300) to Spanish AF as E.15-37 Jun 20, 1958
652 (MSN 580-1301) to Spanish AF as E.15-38 May 19, 1958
653 (MSN 580-1302) to Spanish AF as E.15-39 May 23, 1958
654 (MSN 580-1303) to Spanish AF as E.15-40 May 19, 1958
655 (MSN 580-1304) to Spanish AF as E.15-41 May 19, 1958
656 (MSN 580-1305) to Spanish AF as E.15-42 May 19, 1958
657 (MSN 580-1306) to Spanish AF as E.15-43 May 23, 1958.  Preserved at Officers School, Reus Apt, Spain.]
658 (MSN 580-1307) to Spanish AF as E.15-44 May 24, 1958
659 (MSN 580-1308) to Spanish AF as E.15-45 May 24, 1958
660 (MSN 580-1309) to Spanish AF as E.15-46 May 19, 1958
661 (MSN 580-1310) to Spanish AF as E.15-47 May 24, 1958.  On display with the fuselage of E.15-13 as E.15-47 at Torrejon AB.
662 (MSN 580-1311) to Spanish AF as E.15-48 may 23, 1958.
666 to South Korean AF
672 to West German AF as AB-784, BB-784, BD-721, 94+81.  Scrapped in 1971
673 to West German AF as AB-746, BB-746.  To Turkey in 1968
677 to South Korean AF
679 to Philippine AF
680 to West German AF as AB-722, BD-722, EA-399.  W/o Nov 8, 1962
681 to West German AF as AB-820, DB-396, 94+82.  On display at Lechfeld as DB-396
682 to West German AF as AB-821, DB-395.  W/o Nov 11, 1960
683 (MSN 580-1332) to Royal Norwegian AF as 70683, then to French AF as 70683. To Royal Thai AF as F11-39;26 Dec 1982, 
ferry registration was F-GBEV.  W/o Oct 25, 1985 at Hat Yai, Thailand
684 (MSN 580-1333) to Royal Norwegian AF, then to French AF as 70684. To Republic of Singapore AF in 1982; 
ferry registration was F-BKVH
685 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 2, 1973 for spares recovery
686 (MSN 580-1335) to Thai AF as F11-43/31
687 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 for transfer under MAP
689 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Taiwan.  Later to
Paraguayan AF
690 (26th TRW) SOC Nov 19, 1968 at Ramstein, West Germany for transfer under MAP to Portuguese AF as 1925.  
692 to MASDC Feb 20, 1975.
694 (26th TRW) SOC Nov 19, 1968 at Ramstein, West Germany for transfer under MAP to Portuguese AF as 1926.
Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
695 (26th TRW) SOC Nov 19, 1968 at Ramstein, West Germany for transfer under MAP to Portuguese AF as 1927.
696 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1969 for transfer under MAP
697 (66th TRW) SOC Oct 27, 1969 for transfer to Pakistan AF
699 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 for transfer under MAP
701 on display at American Legion Post 4, Hillsboro, North Dakota
703 fuselage in storage at Naval facility at Dahlgren, VA
705 crashed south of Lowry AFB Aug 3, 1961.
707 to Uruguayan AF as 209
710 to Colombian AF as 2014A
713 with Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado, seen there Oct 2005, still there
Aug 2006.
715 (MSN 580-1444) named "Lockheed Racer" with 1145h TFTS, Oregon ANG Oct 1987. 
Fuselage noted 2003 at Vintage Flying Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX
719 to AMARC as TC1325 Mar 25, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
720 to Colombian AF as 2025
721 to Taiwan
728 (1868th FCS) SOC Apr 13, 1970 for spares recovery.
730 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 2, 1970 for spares recovery
731 (1868th FCS) SOC Apr 8, 1970 for spares recovery
736 to MASDC Dec 16, 1974.  To Colombian AF as  FAC 2026
741 to AMARC as TC1371 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
746 (26th TRW) SOC Apr 13, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
749 (26th TRW) SOC Apr 13, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
750 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
751 (JT-33A) to civil registry as N17076.  At North Valley Occupational
Centre, Saticot St., Van Nuys, CA Jan 2007
753 to MASDC as TC883 Oct 31, 1969
754 to JT-33A.  To MASDC Dec 12, 1974.  To Colombian AF as 2027
755 to West German AF as DA-399, 94+83.  To Greece as 70755
756 to MASDC as TC996 Jul 1, 1971.
757 was one of three T-33s that crashed while landing in snowstorm at
Sondrestrom AB, Greenland early Dec 1968.  Others were 57-0551
and 57-0763
759 to AMARC as TC1321 Feb 26, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
760 on display at VFW post 2427, Tomball, Texas
761 fuselage in storage at Naval facility at Dahlgren, VA
763 was one of three T-33s that crashed while landing in snowstorm at
Sondrestrom AB, Greenland early Dec 1968.  Others were 57-0757
and 57-0551
765 to AMARC as TC1361 Feb 19, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
769 to MASDC as TC901 Nov 19, 1969.  To Taiwan.  As 3343 on display as gate guard at Tainan AB, Taiwan in Aug 2013.
57-6308 ... 57-6337
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
KAC1161/1190.  Assembled in Japan
6326 (MSN KAC1179) noted as 91-5399 WFU at Misawa Air Base, Japan in Nov 2007.
58-0450 ... 58-0710
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-1419/1679 (from Scramble website, but Warbirds directory gives them as 580-1499/1759,
under the assumption that Kawasaki-built aircraft were allocated Lockheed MSNs.)
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
0451 with 66th TRW SOC Oct 27, 1969 for transfer to
Pakistan AF.   Reported winter 2003/4 preserved at 
Masroor-Raffiqui AB, Karachi, Pakistan
0453 (66th TRW) SOC Oct 217, 1969 for transfer to Pakistan AF
0454 to West German AF as AB-826, BD-826, YA-704, 94+84.  To Turkey or Greece?
0455 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP
0456 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1510
0457 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Ecuadorian AF as 632.  Stored at aruqui, Ecuador Aug 2015.
0458 (66th TRW) crashed by Sep 18, 1961
0459 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Ecuadorian AF as 633.  Preserved at Qutio IAP/Mariscal 
Sucre Air Base, Ecuador (May 2009)
0460 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 for transfer under MAP.  Noted at museum at Toulouse, France Mar 23, 2013 painted
in USAF insignia.
0466 on display at Minot AFB, North Dakota
0468 to French AF.  Noted in storage at Toulouse, France May 29, 1995.
To Thai AF as F11-43/31
0470 to civil registry as N63313
0471 to civil registry as N94498
0474 to Thai AF as F11-44/31
0475 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976
0476 to US Navy as QT-33A 155986
0477 to US Navy as QT-33A 155987
0478 to MASDC as Aug 8, 1973
0479 to MASDC Aug 14, 1973.
0480 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Bore civil registry as N63311
0481 at Hangar 25 Museum, Big Spring, TX.
0483 to MASDC Oct 4, 1973
0485 to MASDC Aug 22, 1973.  To Taiwan
0488 scrapped at Hurlburt Field, FL in early 1970s.
0489 to MASDC Dec 10, 1974
0491 on display at Sacramento AP, CA.  To civil registry as N94484.  Now located at Chico Air Museum,
Chico, CA.
0492 to Yankee Air Museum, Detroit-Willow Run, stored outside.
0493 to US Navy as QT-33A 155988
0494 to AMARC as TC1333 Apr 16, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0495 to MASDC.  On display at Luke AFB, Arizona
0496 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 2, 1970 for spares recovery.
0497 to civil registry as N87778.  Seen in yard on west side of US 71/287, Sunset, TX
0498 to MASDC Aug 15, 1973
0500 to AMARC as TC1353 Jan 11, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0502 to AMARC as TC1345 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0503 on display at Cannon AFB, New Mexico.
0504 at Hartsville MAP, South Carolina Jun 2007
0505 on display at 45th Infantry Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, marked as 55-8555.
0506 to AMARC as TC1355 Feb 5, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0509 on civil registry as N57969, re-registered N333JX Sept 2001.
In 2007 was on static display at main entrance of Jackson
County Airport, MI (also known as Reynolds Field)
0510 in 2010 was on the target range at Grayling, MI.
0511 to MASDC Jul 1, 1976
0513 on display at March Field Museum, California.
0514 to MASDC Sep 26, 1977.
0515 to West German AF as AB-827, DE-382, MA-382, 94+85.  To Hellenic AF as 80515.
0516 to West German AF as AB-828, DE-383, MA-383, 94+86.  To Hellenic AF as 80516.
0517 to West German AF as AB-829, DE-384, MA-384, 94+87.  To Hellenic AF as 80517?
0518 to West German AF as AB-830.  W/o Jul 21, 1959
0519 to West German AF as DD-395, MD-395, 94+88.  To Hellenic AF as 80519.
On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
0520 (MSN 580-1489) to West German AF as DD-396, MD-396, 94+89.  To Hellenic AF as 80520.
As Hellenic Air Force 58520 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015 
0525 to Thai AF as F11-45/31
0526 to MASDC May 11, 1978
0529 to AMARC as TC1335 Jun 25, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0530 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
0532 on display at Fairchild AFB, Washington
0533 to Mexican AF as 4046 and for display in 2013 in Plaza Edomex, Mexico City.
0534 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975
0535 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975
0536 to AMARC as TC1328 Mar 30, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0538 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2028
0539 to to MASDC Dec 17, 1974.  To civil registry as N37998
0542 as10265 with Texas State Technical Institute, Waco, Texas for maintenance training in 1975.  
On display at school in San Angelo, TX.
0544 to MASDC as TC0927 Dec 16, 1969.  To Taiwan, converted to AT-33A.  To Ecuadorian AF as 639
0545 to MASDC as TC0978 Oct 10, 1970.  Seen on display at Veteran's Park, Mountain View, Missouri in 2009.
0546 to civil registry as N93224.  Noted 2003 at Texas Air 
Command Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX.
0547 to Philippine AF
0548 on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraksa
0550 to AMARC as TC1362 Feb 19, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0551 to AMARC as TC1336 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0552 to AMARC as TC1346 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0553 to Philippine AF
0555 to AMARC as TC1331 Apr 15, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Preserved and on display
at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
0556 to West German AF as DD-397, MD-397, 94+90.  Scrapped in 1974
0557 to West German AF as DD-398, MD-389, 94+91.  Scrapped.
0558 to West German AF as DE-395, MA-395, 94+92.  W/o Mar 29, 1968
0559 to West German AF as DE-396, MA-396, 94+93.  W/o Jul 2, 1974
0560 to West German AF as DE-397.   W/o May 7, 1965
0561 to West German AF as DE-398, MA-398, 94+94.  To Greece as 80561
0562 to West German AF as JA-396, DA-396.  W/o Jan 18, 1966
0563 to West German AF as JA-397.  W/o Nov 10, 1961
0564 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975.  To Colombian AF as FAC2029
0565 to AMARC as TC1341 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0566 to MASDC Aug 17, 1976
0567 on display at Keesler AFB Air Park, Mississippi, painted as 58-0756, but by 2010 was morked correctly as 58-0567
0568 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975, converted to AT-33A, to Ecuadorian AF
0571 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975
0572 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975.
0574 to MASDC Jan 21, 1976
0575 (MSN 580-1544) to Mexican AF as JE-043, later reserialled 4043 and preserved at Base Aerea Militar No 7 at 
Pie de la Cuesta.
0576 to AMARC as TC1368 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0577 to AMARC as TC1340 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0578 to AMARC as TC1357 Feb 12, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0579 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975.  Seen in 2010 mounted without tip tanks in American Post19, Legion Park, Sigourney, IA.  
Has been there since 1976.
0580 to Yugoslavian AF, then to Greek AF
0582 to AMARC as TC1372 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0586 to MASDC Jul 28, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2030
0587 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
0589 to MASDC as TC0866 Aug 5, 1969.
0591 to AMARC as TC1337 Nov 23, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0592 to MASDC Jun 21, 1977.  Put on display at Vermont ANG Base, Burlington, VT, painted as 29734.
0593 to West German AF as JA-395.  W/o Jul 16, 1959
0594 to West German AF as JA-389, JB-398, MC-394, 94+95.  To Hellenic AF as 80594
0595 (MSN 580-1564) to West German AF as JB-395, MC-395, 94+96.  Scrapped in 1972.  Noted with Turkish
AF at Eskisehir AB in Jul 1987 as 58595
0596 to West German AF as JB-396, MC-396, 94+97.  To Hellenic AF as 80596
0597 (MSN 580-1566) to West German AF as JB-397, MC-397, 94+98.  To Hellenic AF as 80597.
As Hellenic Air Force 58597 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
0598 to West German AF as JB-398.  W/o Jul 14, 1964
0599 (MSN 580-1568) to West German AF as EA-395, MB-395, 94+99.  To Hellenic AF as 80599.
As Hellenic Air Force 58599 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
0600 to West German AF as EA-396, BD-838, JE-380, JD-380, BD-736, 95+00.  Scrapped in 1981
0601 to West German AF as EA-397, MB-397, 95+01.  W/o Mar 16, 1973
0602 to West German AF as EA-398, AB-839, JE-381, JD-381, EC-382, MD-382, 95+02.  To Greece as 80602.
0603 to West German AF as BB-831, BD-736.  W/o May 5, 1967.  To school aircraft at Buchel AFB
0604 to West German AF as BB-832, BD-755, 95+03.  W/o Jul 30, 1969
0605 to West German AF as BB-803.  W/o in 1966, school aircraft at Buchel AFB
0606 to West German AF as BB-834.  W/o Jan 26, 1962, school aircraft at Wunstorf AFB
0607 crashed Petersen AFB, CO Oct 25, 1969.
0608 to MASDC as TC898 Nov 17, 1969.
0609 to AMARC as TC1342 Nov 24, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0610 to AMARC as TC1334 Apr 17, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0612 to MASDC 
0614 to MASDC Feb 5, 1988
0615 named "Half Fast" with 114th TFTS Oregon ANG in Oct 1987.  On display at 
Barksdale Global Power Museum (formerly known as 8th AF Museum), Barksdale AFB, LA.
0616 to AMARC as TC1354 Feb 5, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0619 was at Tyndall AFB, but no longer there in 2005.  Now on display at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, North Dakota
0621 Noted 2003 in Pate Museum of Transportation, Cresson, TX.  Noted 2005 in Historical Aviation Memorial 
Museum, Tyler, Texas
0624 to MASDC Jul 7, 1976
0628 to AMARC as TC1352 Jan 11, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
0629 on display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California.	
0632 with Air Classic Museum of Aviation, Aurora Municipal Apt, Sugar Grove, IL.
0633 was at Tinker AFB Air Park, OK.  In 2009 was displayed inside Science Museum of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
0634 to Thai AF as F11-46/31
0637 to West German AF as JA-395, JB-383, MC-391, 95+04.  Scrapped in 1981
0638 to West German AF as AB-830, BD-830, 95+05.  Scrapped in 1980
0639 to West German AF as EB-395, MC-392, 95+06.  To Greece as 80639
0640 to West German AF as EB-396, MC-393, 95+07.  To Turkey in 1975
0641 to West German AF as BB-835, BD-754, 95+08.  To Greece as 58641, TR-641
0642 to West German AF as BB-836, BD-750, 95+09.  To Greece as 80642
0643 to West German AF as BB-837.  School aircraft at Buchel AFB.
0644 to West German AF as EB-397.  W/o Jun 25, 1960
0645 to West German AF as EB-398, BD-788, 95+10.  To Greece as 80645
0646 to West German AF as EA-396, MB-396, 95+11.  To Greece as 80646
0647 to West German AF as EA-398, BD-839, 95+12.  W/o Jul 30, 1969.  There is
a reference which says that this aircraft was transferred
to Greek AF in 1975l
0648 to West German AF as BD-840, 95+13.  Scrapped in 1980
0649 to West German AF as BD-841, 95+14.  Scrapped in 1980
0650 to West German AF as BD-842, 95+15.  To decoy at Leipheim
0651 to civil registry as N88769
0652 to MASDC Aug 1, 1975
0653 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 2, 1968 for spares recovery
0657 to MASDC Jul 7, 1976
0659 (MSN 580-1708) to MASDC Aug 1, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2031
0662 to MASDC Aug 18, 1973.
0664 to Yugoslavian AF, then to Greek AF
0665 to Yugoslavian AF as 10054 until 1986 and registered since 1982 as N556RH.  To Vintage Aviation,
Leesville, South Carolina in Jun 1998 and restored in USAF Thunderbirds color scheme.  
0669 on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, painted as 53-5099.
0671 to NASA as 937, then N936NA.  Now is on display at Phoenix Airport, AZ, painted as 53-5397.
0674 to MASDC Aug 18, 1973
0678 to MASDC Jan 24, 1976, to Colombian AF as FAC2032
0679 to West German AF as BD-843.  W/o Jun 25, 1960
0681 to West German AF as 95+17 and preserved in Aug 2009 At Hermeskeil Museum Flugausstellung
Junior as Canadian AF 133393
0695 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
0696 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
0697 to civil registry as N49239
0698 to MASDC Aug 17, 1976
0680 to West German AF as BD-844, 95+16.  To Hellenic AF as 80680
0681 to West German AF as BD-845, 95+17.  To Museum Hermeskeil as CAF 13393
0682 to West German AF as BD-846, 95+18. To decoy at Leipheim
0683 to West German AF as AB-769, DE-381, MA-381, 95+19.  To Hellenic AF as 80683.
0684 to West German AF as JC-395, MB-391, 95+20.  W/o Apr 10, 1969. Noted Apr 2011 on display at 
Museum fur Luftfahrt und Technik, Wernigerode, Germany as 140153/NF-203
0685 to West German AF as JC-396, MB-392, 95+21.  At DFVLR in 1975
0686 to West German AF as JC-397, MB-393, 95+22.  To Greece as 80686
0687 to West German AF as JC-398, JE-394, 95+23.  To Greece as 80687
0688 to West German AF as JD-395, JE-395.  W/o Mar 1967.  To school aircraft at Buchel
0689 to West German AF as JD-396, JE-396, JR-396.  W/o Nov 19, 1964
0690 to West German AF as JD-397, JR-397, DC-395, MD-394, 95+24.  
To decoy at Leipheim.  In 2011 was mounted on a stick outside Auto and 
Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
0691 to West German AF as JD-398, JR-398, DC-399, MD-399, 95+25.  To Hellenic AF as 80691.
As Hellenic Air Force 58691 in storage at Souda Air Base in August 2015. 
0692 to West German AF as JE-395, JD-395, DB-395.  W/o Apr 16, 1966
0697 to civil registry as N49239.
0700 to civil registry as N88812
0701 to MASDC Jun 6, 1975
0702 to MASDC Jul 30, 1975
0704 to MASDC May 10, 1976
0706 to MASDC Aug 4, 1975, to Colombian AF as FAC2033
0708 to West German AF as JE-396, JD-396, EA-397, BD-735, MA-399, 95+26.  Scrapped in 1974
0709 to West German AF as JE-397, JD-397.  To museum at Sinsheim
0710 to West German AF as JE-398, JD-398.  W/o Mar 25, 1963.
58-0759 ... 58-0771
Convair F-106A-95-CO Delta Dart
Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
0759 (MSN 8-24-90) crashed near Grand Island Airport, Nebraska Apr 11, 1967
0760 (MSN 8-24-91) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard Jul74 to 30Dec86. 
To AMARC as FN124 Mar 19, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD136).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 2, 1993.  I have 
a reference which says that this plane is on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, AZ.  D. Blair of the Pima 
museum says that this plane is not actually there.  Perhaps it was displayed there for a while a decade ago 
and then expended.
0761 damaged by fire Jan 8, 1963 in another nearby F-106 (58-0763) at Selfridge AFB, Michigan.
Deemed un-repairable, taken to the Air Force academy, repainted and served as a static display on the 
terrazzo near the Chapel.  Apparently as a prank, 0761 was rolled down the "Bring Me Men" ramp by a cadet 
class, and suffered extensive damage. It was taken from the academy to salvage and parted out( sometime prior to 1970)
0762 crashed before delivery to ADC Sept 30, 1959
0763 destroyed by fire on ground Jan 8, 1963 at Selfridge AFB, Michigan
0764 (MSN 8-24-95) to AMARC as FN153 Jul 2, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD179).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 19, 1994.
0765 crashed 10 mi SE of Homestead AFB, Florida Jan 18, 1971.
0766 (MSN 8-24-97) assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard Jul74 to 30Dec86
To AMARC as FN107 Dec 30, 1986.  To QF-106 (AD129).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 1, 1994.
0767 (MSN 8-24-98) to MASDC as FN054 Apr 6, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD229).  Went out of control and crashed Aug 26, 1994.
0768 crashed in Sea of Japan off South Korean coast Sept 2, 1969
0769 crashed after mid-air collision with T-33 210 NM NW of Anchorage, Alaska Mar 10, 1966.
0770 crashed at George AFB, California Jan 9, 1961.
0771 destroyed Jan 8, 1962.
58-2094 ... 58-2106
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
MSN 580-1680/1692 (from Scramble website, but other databases give them
as 580-1760/1772, under the assumption that Kawasaki-built aircraft had dual MSNs.) 
Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
2094 (26th TRW) SOC Feb 28, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
2095 to MASDC Mar 14, 1972.  Sold to Taiwan
2099 to AMARC as TC1320 Feb 19, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
2100 to Philippine AF
2101 to AMARC as TC1343 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
2106 on display at McChord Air Museum, Washington.

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