USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria: 41-6731
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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
41-6722 ... 41-7115 (EXACT MATCH)
Bell P-39D-BE Airacobra
6730,6767,6773,6780,6791,6818,6965,6985,6990,7002,7011,7012,7025,7027,7031,7035,7040,7061,7062,7065,
7068,7073,7075,7094,7097 modified to P-39D-3 recon configuration.
6722 entered flat spin and crashed 3 mi NW of Pigua, OH Apr 26, 1943 and pilot killed
6723 to RAAF as A53-15.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Returned to USA Jan 18, 1944 and surveyed
Feb 1, 1944
6724 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6725 condemned Mar 18, 1942
6726 wrecked in force landing after fuel exhaustion at Cross City AF, FL Dec 17, 1942 and DBR
6727 force landed after fuel exhaustion and wrecked at Midway, FL Aug 18, 1942 and DBR
6728 surveyed Feb 20, 1942
6729 to reclamation at Kelly Field Oct 2, 1945
6730 (MSN 15-69) Conv to P-39D-3-BE; w/o 16 Jun 1943 at Godman Field, KY, surveyed at Godman Field Jun 17, 1943
6731 (MSN 15-70) wrecked in landing Oct 21, 1941 at Selfridge AAF Oct 21, 1941.  To New England Aircraft School
6732 condemned Aug 18, 1943
6733 condemned Jun 7, 1943
6734 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6735 returned to USA Jan 27, 1944, surveyed Mar 28, 1944
6736 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6737 returned to USA Apr 4, 1944, surveyed Apr 12, 1944
6738 to RAAF as A53-16.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed in USA Apr 28, 1944
6739 wrecked in landing accident at Sarasota AAF, FL Sep 3, 1942 and DBR.  To CL-26
at Lincoln Tech School, MB Sep 24, 1942.
6740 salvaged Mar 23, 1944
6741 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6742 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6743 condemned Mar 25, 1944
6744 surveyed May 8, 1942
6745 surveyed Mar 9, 1942
6746 (MSN 15-85) W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Las Vegas AAF, NV, surveyed Jun 16, 1944
6747 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6748 wrecked in takeoff accident Dec 9, 1941 at Midland, TX Dec 9, 1941 and to CL026 Mar 4, 1942.
6749 pilot bailed out 7.5 mi E of Tifton, GA Nov 16, 1942
6750 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6751 (MSN 15-90) W/o 15 Jun 1942 at Aguacatan, Guatemala, condemned Jan 7, 1944
6752 wrecked in taxi accident at Sarasota AAF, FL Mar 14, 1943
6753 flew into ground during approach to target at Dale Mabry, FL Oct 14, 1942.  Pilot killed
6754 wrecked at Greensboro, NC Nov 16, 1941
6755 propeller failure E of Hempstead, NY Sep 2, 1941 and pilot bailed out.
6756 wrecked SW of Key Field, MS Jun 28, 1942.  Pilot killed.
6757 condemned Jan 15, 1944
6758 to RAAF as A53-10.  Returned to USAAF in 1943. Surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944
6759 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6760 condemned Mar 23, 1944
6761 to CL-26 at Gulfport AAF, MS
6762 surveyed Jun 17, 1944
6763 (MSN 15-102) W/o 18 Aug 1942 at Reykjavik Field, Iceland
6764 (MSN 15-103) W/o 6 Oct 1942 in Iceland, condeMned Jan 18, 1943
6765 to CL-26 at Cross City AAF, FL Oct 20, 1943
6766 to reclamation at Kelly Field Oct 2, 1945
6767 surveyed at Reading AAF, PAMar 28, 1944
6768 wrecked in takeoff accident at Ft Myers FL Feb 23, 1943
6769 returned to USA, surveyed May 21, 1944.
6770 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6771 wrecked after loss of control at 6000 ft 4 mi NW of Quicy, FL Oct 8, 1942
6772 (MSN 15-111) W/o 17 Oct 1943 at College Park, GA, surveyed Oct 18, 1943
6773 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jan 3, 1945
6774 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
6775 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6776 surveyed at Eagle Pass AAF, TX May 20, 1944
6777 to CL-26 at Chanute Field Jun 20, 1942
6778 (MSN 15-117) W/o 4 May 1943 at Hilo, HI, condemned May 24, 1943
6779 wrecked 12 mi W of Pittsburg, PA Jan 18, 1942.  To CL-26 Feb 26, 1942.
6780 to reclamation at Robbins Field Jul 6, 1945.
6781 condemned Sep 20, 1943
6782 (MSN 15-121) W/o 8 Jul 1943 at Brooks Field, TX, surveyed at Brooks Field Jul 11, 1943
6783 condemned Oct 30, 1944
6784 (MSN 15-123) W/o 14 Dec 1941 at Inyokern, CA, surveyed Sep 9, 1942
6785 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6786 to CL-26 Feb 9, 1943
6787 stalled on landing and spun-in at Mitchel Field, NY Nov 14, 1941
6788 crashed into parked PBY-5A at APO-860 Aug 28, 1942.  Condemned Sep 8, 1942
6789 wrecked at Drew Field, FL Sep 20, 1942
6790 (MSN 15-129) W/o 26 May 1943 at Berry Field, New Guinea.
6791 to reclamation at Spokane May 21, 1945
6792 (MSN 15-131) W/o 17 Nov 1943 at Matagorda Peninsular, TX, to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 7, 1945
6793 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6794 to CL-26 at Shappard Field, TZX Feb 26, 1942
6795 wrecked 17 mi NW of Dale Mabry AAF, FL Oct 4, 1942
6796 (MSN 15-135) W/o 16 May 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, to CL-26 Jul 29, 1942
6797 to DPC at Bush Field Oct 6, 1945
6798 pilot bailed 1/2 mi E of Matagordo Peninsula, TX Nov 17, 1943
6799 wrecked in wheels-up landing at Key Field, MS Aug 13, 1942.  To CL-26 Aug 21, 1942.
6800 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6801 to CL-26 at Windsor-Locks Apr 15,1 945
6802 (MSN 15-141) shot down by Japanese in Papua New Guinea May 12, 1942. To William G. Chapman Air Museum of PNG
1970-72.  To Kodoka Track War Museum, Port Moresby, PNG in 1972.  Loaned to Museum of Transportation and Technology, Auckland
1975-79.  Reportedly owned by N. M. Armstrong of Auckland, New Zealand.  Need confirmation.   
(www.warbirdregistry.org)
6803 (MSN 15-142) W/o 25 Jan 1943 at Page Field, FL, condemned Jan 28, 1942
6804 crashed on takeoff Myrtle Beach, SC Nov 19, 1941.  Pilot killed.
6805 to RAAF as A53-11.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944.
6806 (MSN 15-145) W/o 30 Jan 1944 at Minden, LA, surveyed Feb 8, 1944
6807 wrecked in swamp near France Field, CZ May 15, 1943
6808 (MSN 15-147) W/o 24 Aug 1942 at Melgerdi Field, Iceland, condemned Sep 8, 1942
6809 wrecked at Palm Springs AAF, CA Nov 17, 1943
6810 to CL-26 at Venice, FLO Oct 15, 1944
6811 (MSN 15-150) wrecked offshore from Myrtle Beach, SC Mar 1, 1943, 
6812 to CL-26 at Dale Mabry Mar 20, 1943
6813 (MSN 15-152) W/o 21 Nov 1943 in New Guinea, condemned Nov 22, 1943
6814 wrecked in takeoff accident at Boward Field, CZ Jan 13, 1943 and DBR
6815 condemned Nov 13, 1942
6816 (MSN 15-155) W/o 30 Aug 1942 at Sarasota, FL, surveyed at Drew Field Jan 1, 1943
6817 surveyed Apr 9, 1942
6818 to CL-26 at Godman Field, KY Oct 30, 1043
6819 to CL-26 Sep 24, 1942
6820 returned to USA Jan 16, 1944.  Surveyed Mar 27, 1944
6821 surveyed Apr 30, 1942
6822 surveyed Aug 3, 1944
6823 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
6824 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6825 condemned Oct 31,1944
6826 returned to USA Mar 8, 1944.  Surveyed Mar 19, 1944.
6827 (MSN 15-166) W/o 25 Aug 1942 at Melgerdi Field, Iceland, condemned Sep 8, 1942
6828 (MSN 15-167) W/o 2 Nov 1941 at Greensboro, NC
6829 wrecked at Selma, AL Oct 7, 1942.
6830 to reclamation at McClellan Jan 3, 1946
6831 crashed and burned 25 mi NE of Cambridge, OH Jan 8, 1942.
6832 returned to USA Apr 1,1 944.  Surveyed Apr 14, 1944.
6833 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6834 (MSN 15-173) W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Bellows Field, HI, condemned Sep 27, 1943
6835 wrecked in landing accident at Reykjavik, Iceland Nov 18, 1942
6836 condemned Oct 16, 1943
6837 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6838 to RAAF as A53-20.  Returned to USAAF in 1943. returned to USA Jan 27, 1944.  
Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
6839 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6840 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
6841 crashed and burned at Tallahassee, FL Jan 12, 1942.  Pilot killed
6842 to CL-16 at William-Northern Field, TN Nov 4, 1943
6843 condemned May 30, 1943
6844 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6845 wrecked in landing accident at Loesy Field, Puerto Rico Aug 8, 1942 and DBR
6846 (MSN 15-185) W/o 9 Oct 1941 at Courtney, PA, surveyed Feb 20, 1942
6847 wrecked 1/2 mi N of Berlin, GA Nov 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
6848 (MSN 15-187) W/o 1 Apr 1943 in Iceland
6849 to reclamation at Olmstead Field, PA Jun 2, 1945
6850 crashed 2 mi W of Berlin, GA Dec 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
6851 crashed in Puerot Rico after entered spin at 6000 feet Jan 30, 1943.  Pilot killed
6852 crashed at sea 8 mi offshore of Puerto Rico Jan 12, 1942.  Pilot killed
6853 (MSN 15-192) W/o 10 Mar 1944 at Palm Springs AAF, CA, surveyed at Stinson Field, TX Mar 15, 1944
6854 to reclamation at Kelly Field Jul 17, 1945
6855 (MSN 15-194) demolished in wreck at Jun 19, 1943 at Trinidad.
6856 wrecked at Vera Cruz May 4, 1942
6857 (MSN 15-196) W/o 12 Aug 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA, surveyed at Ephrata AAB Aug 15, 1944
6858 surveyed at Ephrata AAB, WA Jun 22, 1944
6859 (MSN 15-198) W/o 19 Nov 1942 at Waller Field, Trinidad, condemned Apr 1, 1944
6860 surveyed at Lemoore AAF Aug 3, 1944
6861 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 11, 1945
6862 (MSN 15-201) W/o 21 Jul 1943 at Hato Fld, Curacao, condemned Apr 1, 1944
6863 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
6864 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6865 to RFC at Alridge AAF, TX Jan 10, 1945
6866 surveyed at Naples AAF, FL Aug 22, 1944
6867 to RFC at Bush Field Dec 16, 1944
6868 (MSN 15-207) W/o 31 May 1943 at New Orleans AAB, LA.
6869 condemned Oct 2, 1943
6870 while attached to 36th PG, 32nd PS based at Losey Field, Puerto Rico damaged Jan 20, 1942 while
parked by another landing aircraft (AT-6 40-2133) ground looping at Arecibo Field, Puerto
Rico.  While attached to 16th FG, 24th FS damaged in takeoff accident at Howard Field, Canal
Zone.  Feb 17, 1944 while attached to the 339th FBG, 504th FBS at Rice AAF, CA damaged in midair
collision 3 mi SW of Rice AAF with P-39N 42-18466.  Surveyed May 22, 1944
6871 wrecked in takeoff accident at Dale Mabry, FL May 29, 1942 and DBR
6872 to reclamation at Kelly Field, TX Oct 2, 1945
6873 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6874 to CL-26 at MAD Jul 31,1942
6875 surveyed at Kelly AAF, TX May 1,1944
6876 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 1,1945
6877 (MSN 15-216) W/o 12 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA, surveyed at Kelly AAF, TX Apr 13, 1944
6878 (MSN 15-217) W/o 12 Nov 1942 at Clearfield, PA, to CL-26 at Cross City AB, FL Nov 26, 1942
6879 condemned Jun 16, 1943
6880 (MSN 15-219) W/o 22 Aug 1942 at Waller Field, Trinidad, condemned Apr 1, 1944
6881 wrecked in takeoff accident at Patterson Field, OH Nov 16, 1941 and DBR
6882 (MSN 15-221) W/o 15 Dec 1942 at Hato Field, Curacao
6883 (MSN 15-222) W/o 30 Jun 1943 at Managua, Nicaragua, surveyed at Brownsville, TX Mar 1, 1944
6884 wrecked in emergency forced landing at Howard Field, CZ Dec 22, 1942 and DBR
6885 wrecked in takeoff accident at Chame, CZ May 14, 1942 and DBR
6886 crashed and burned at Losely Field, Puerto Rico Nov 9, 1942.  Pilot killed.
6887 (MSN 15-226) W/o 28 Mar 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA, surveyed Apr 1, 1944 at Esler Field, LA
6888 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Jul 26, 1943
6889 condemned Sep 20, 1943.
6890 (MSN 15-229) W/o 3 Jan 1943 at Galapagos AB, Galapagos Islands, condemned Apr 19, 1943
6891 wrecked in emergency landing at Old France Field, Canal Zone Nov 18, 1942 and DBR
6892 (MSN 15-231) W/o 13 Apr 1942 at Chame Point, Panama Canal Zone, condemned Apr 30, 1942
6893 condemned Sep 13, 1943
6894 returned to USA Mar 18, 1944, surveyed Apr 1, 1944
6895 surveyed Jan 8, 1945
6896 surveyed Aug 15,1944
6897 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
6898 surveyed at Kelly Field, Tx Dec 30, 1943.
6899 (MSN 15-238) W/o 16 Aug 1944 at Strafing Range, WA, surveyed at Moses Lake, WA Aug 17, 1944.
6900 to RFC at Bush Field Dec 16, 1944
6901 condemned Oct 3, 1942
6902 crashed in water AP_0502 Apr 15, 1943 and DBR.  Condemned Apr 15, 1945.
6903 surveyed at Spokane, WA Jun 9, 1944
6904 crashed off Beane AAF, BWI Apr 23, 1943.  Pilot killed
6905 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
6906 (MSN 15-245) W/o 4 Nov 1942 at Tobago Island, Trinidad, condemned Apr 26, 1943
6907 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 20,1945
6908 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6909 condemned Apr 30, 1945
6910 (MSN 15-249) crashed 1.5 mi N of Dale Mabry AAF, FL Jun 27, 1942 during aerobatics.  Pilot bailed out.
6911 crashed 1.5 mi E of Dale Mabry AAF, FL in takeoff accident Jun 27, 1942.  Pilot killed
6912 to RFC at Ontario, CA Feb 20, 1945.
6913 condemned Feb 28, 1943
6914 (MSN 15-253) W/o 2 Jul 1943 at Hato Field, Curacao; repaired (?); to Brazil AF on 22 Jan 1944
6915 spun in 2 mi W of Catano, Puerto Rico Feb 26, 1943.  Pilot killed
6916 to reclamation Buckingham AAF, FL Jun 16, 1945
6917 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
6918 surveyed Mar 1, 1944
6919 crashed and burned near Cerozal, Puerto Rico Nov 13, 1942.  Pilot killed.
6920 to reclamation at Winslow, AZ Oct 22,1945
6921 disintegrated during dive bombing practice 1.5 mi E of Arecibo AAF,
Puerto Rico Feb 24, 1942. Pilot killed.
6922 wrecked in landing accident Dec 4, 1942, Curacao, Dutch West Indies and DBR
6923 condemned 13, 1943
6924 condemned Sep 20, 1943
6925 condemned Feb 1, 1944
6926 to RFC at Alledge Field, TX Jan 10, 1945
6927 wrecked Feb 14, 1942.  
6928 condemned after accident Jan 7, 1943
6929 to RAAF as A53-17.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed Jan 26, 1944
6930 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6931 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
6932 surveyed at Stinson Field, TX May 11, 1944
6933 condemned Oct 16, 1943
6934 condemned May 28, 1943
6935 condemned Sep 20, 1943
6936 (MSN 15-275) W/o 8 Jun 1943 at Hilo Field, HI, condemned Oct 16, 1943
6937 (MSN 15-276) W/o 2 Jun 1942 at Kaneohe NAS, HI, condemned Jul 10, 1942
6938 (333rd FS, 318th FG) lost Jul 9, 1943, Hawaii.  Condemned Jul 29, 1943
6938 (318th FG) lost Jul 9, 1943, Hawaii
6939 condemned Sep 20, 1943
6940 wrecked Jun 27, 1942 at France Field, Canal Zone
6941 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6942 returned to USA Apr 1, 1944.  Surveyed Apr 14, 1944.
6943 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6944 to RAAF as A53-12.  Damaged beyond repair in forced landing Jul 1, 1943
and converted to components.  Crated and returned to USAAF in Aug 1943.
6945 condemned Nov 30,1944
6946 to reclamation at Kelly Field Oct 2, 1945
6947 to RAAF as A53-18.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  To reclamatin at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
6948 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 12, 1945
6949 diverted to Australia.  
6950 pilot bailed out after midair fire May 30,1942, Howard Field, CZ
6951 (MSN 15-290) crash-landed near Weipa, Queensland, Australia May 1, 1942.  Recovered
1972 by Sid Beck.  Under restoration at Beck Aviation and Military Museum, Mareeba, QLD, Australia.
Displayed at Sid Beck/Beck Military Collection, Mareeba, Queensland 1987-2002 as 16951 "Erminie"
(www.warbirdgistry.org)
6952 condemned Aug 1, 1944
6953 condemned Sep 7, 1944
6954 surveyed at Spokane, WA Jun 2,1944
6955 force-landed 6 mi S of Rankin, WS Nov 19, 1941 and DBR
6956 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6957 condemned Nov 30, 1944
6958 condemned Dec 16, 1942
6959 condemned Nov 30, 1944.
6960 (MSN 15-299) W/o 27 May 1943 at Hilo, HI
6961 pilot bailed after entered unrecoverable dive Mar 22, 1942, Quincy FL
6962 condemned Oct 16, 1943
6963 condemned Aug 9, 1943
6964 salvaged Oct 27, 1943
6965 salvaged at Lemoore AAF, CA Aug 26, 1944.
6966 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6967 wrecked after entering inverted spin Mar 21, 1942 at Wheeler Field, HI.  Pilot bailed out.
6968 to RAAF as A53-14.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
6969 to reclamation at Robbins Field Jun 19, 1945
6970 (MSN 15-309) reported recovered in Papua New Guinea.  Reported 1982 at National Aviation Museum,
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
6971 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6972 condemned Mar 20, 1944
6973 to RFC at Bush Field Dec 16, 1944
6974 condemned after accident Sep 7, 1942
6975 (MSN 15-314) W/o 24 Jun 1942 at Kahuku Point, HI, condemned Aug 8, 1942
6976 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6977 condemned Jan 4, 1943
6978 condemned Oct 16, 1943
6979 to CL-26 at Lambert Field, MO Jul 29, 1942
6980 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6981 surveyed at Kingman, AZ Aug 15, 1945
6982 condemned Oct 31,1 944
6983 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Apr 27, 1944
6984 (MSN 15-323) W/o 16 Apr 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL, condemned May 18, 1942
6985 (MSN 15-324) Conv to P-39D-3-BE; w/o 23 Jun 1943 at Blythe AAF, CA.  Also listed as condemned May 20, 1942
6986 condemned Oct 31, 1944
6987 (MSN 15-326) W/o 14 Feb 1944 at Palm Springs, CA, surveyed at Kelly Field, TX Feb 22, 1944
6988 surveyed at Palm Springs AAF, CA Sep 30, 1944
6989 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
6990 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 7, 1945
6991 ditched off Tahaguilla Island, Canal Zone May 4, 1942.
6992 went out of control 1 mi off Chame Point, Canal Zone Apr 13, 1942.  Pilot bailed
out but chute was caught on plane and he was killed.
6993 (MSN 15-332) W/o 18 Dec 1943 at Key Field, MS, to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Dec 23, 1943
6994 surveyed at Kelly Field, TX Apr 25, 1944
6995 to CL-26 Feb 26, 1942
6996 (MSN 15-335) W/o 19 Oct 1942 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned Oct 26, 1942
6997 surveyed at Palm Springs Sep 30, 1944
6998 wrecked at Chorrera Auz #1, Canal Zone during force landing Jun 13, 1942
6999 wrecked at Athens, TN Oct 20, 1942 and to CL-26 Feb 26, 1941
7000 condemned Jan 18, 1943
7001 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
7002 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Dec 27, 1944
7003 (MSN 15-342) spun in at Chame, Panama Panama Aug 18, 1942, pilot killed
7004 wrecked at Ft Blackmore, VA Feb 20, 1942.  To CL-26 Mar 23, 1943
7005 wrecked at Athens, TN Dec 21, 1941, to CL-26 at Biloxi, MS Feb 26, 1942
7006 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
7007 wrecked at Dale Mabry Field May 10, 1942, pilot killed.
7008 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
7009 (MSN 15-348) W/o 2 May 1944 at Ephrate AAB, WA, surveyed at Love Field May 3, 1944
7010 to reclamation at Robbins Field Mul 6, 1945
7011 surveyed May 22, 1944
7012 (MSN 15-351) Conv to P-39D-3-BE; w/o 19 Oct 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI, surveyed at William Northern Field, TN Oct 21, 1942
7013 dove in at Ochlocknee Bay, FL Apr 26, 1943.  Pilot killed
7014 wrecked in takeoff accident at Howard Field, Canal Zone Sep 3, 1942 and DBR
7015 wrecked 1 mi N of Chorrera Aux #1, Panama Apr 1, 1942 and DBR.
7016 wrecked SW of APO-838, Canal Zone Apr 29, 1943.
7017 condemned May 28, 1943
7018 condemned Apr 2, 1942
7019 crashed at Harlingen, TX Jan 14, 1942.  Pilot killed
7020 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Dec 21, 1943
7021 (MSN 15-360) W/o 10 Feb 1943 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned Apr 20, 1943
7022 (MSN 15-361) W/o 18 Jul 1942 at La Joya, Panama.  Also listed as being dropped from roster Apr 19, 1942
7023 (MSN 15-362) W/o 7 Oct 1942 at Chame, Panama, condemned Nov 25, 1942
7024 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Dec 21, 1943
7025 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7026 (MSN 15-365) W/o 16 Mar 1942 at La Chorrera Field # 1, Panama, condemned Mar 16, 1942
7027 in midair collision 1.5 mi offshoure in Deadman Bay, FL Jan 9, 1943.  Both pilots
bailed out
7028 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
7029 crashed at Reykjavik, Iceland Apr 2, 1942.
7030 (MSN 15-369) wrecked at Tjferin, Vera Cruz Mar 9, 1942.  To CL-26 May 8, 1942
7031 to CL-26 at Kelly Field, TX Mar 19k 1944
7032 wrecked at Jackson, MS due to prop failure Jan 11, 1942.  Condemned Jan 30, 1942
7033 returned to USA Mar 8, 1944.  To reclamation Nov 2, 1944
7034 returned to USA Mar 8, 1944.  Surveyed Mar 19, 1944
7035 condemned Sep 8, 1942
7036 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945.
7037 to reclamation at Kelly Field, TX Oct 2, 1945
7038 (MSN 15-377) W/o 10 Jun 1942 at Nanson Airdrome, Nandi, Fiji, condemned Jun 17, 1942
7039 (MSN 15-378) W/o 6 Jun 1944 at Naples AAF, FL; repaired (?); wfu 16 Dec 1944 at RFC Bush Field, GA
7040 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945.
7041 (MSN 15-380) W/o 20 Aug 1942 at Verde Island, Panama, condemned Sep 15, 1942.
7042 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 27, 1945.
7043 collided in midair with B-25B 41-17590 south of Itai Island,
Fiji Oct 13, 1942.  Condemned Jun 15, 1944.  
7044 surveyed at Dale Mabry Field, FL Feb 10, 1944
7045 (MSN 15-384) returned to USA Sep 24, 1943 and W/o 11 Apr 1944 at Foster Field, TX, surveyed Apr 14, 1944
7046 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7047 returned to USA Mar 6, 1944 and surveyed May 30, 1944
7048 to RFC at Arledge Field, TX Jan 10, 1945
7049 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 21, 1945.
7050 crashed at Howard Field, Canal Zone Aug 13, 1942 when enetered inverted spin.  Pilot killed
7051 (MSN 15-390) W/o 22 May 1943 at Meeks Field, Iceland, condemned May 31, 1943
7052 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 28, 1945
7053 (MSN 15-392) modified as P-39J. w/o 1 Jul 1943 at Aiken AAF, SC, Surveyed Jul 3, 1943
7054 (MSN 15-393) modified as P-39J.  w/o 25 Sep 1942 at Sarasota AB, FL, To CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Oct 21, 1942
7055 modified as P-39J.  In midair collision with P-39D 41-38302 at Sarasota AAF, FL Sep 7, 1943
1 killed.
7056 to reclamation at Brownsville, TX Jan 6, 1945
7057 (MSN 15-396) converted to P-39D-1. W/o 30 May 1943 at Naviti Island, Guadalcanal.  Also listed as condemned Jun 19, 1942
7058 converted to P-39D-1.  Condemned Jun 15, 1944
7059 modified as P-39J.  Pilot bailed out Everett, WA Jan 25, 1942.
7060 (MSN 15-399) modified as P-39J.  w/o 4 Jun 1942 at Pulaski, MS, To CL-26 at Love Field, TX Jun 29, 1942
7061 modified as P-39J.  Damaged wing on landing Ft. Benning, GA 3/10/1943.
to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 29, 1945
7062 (MSN 15-401) modified as P-39J.  Wrecked 1 mi S of Kelly Field, TX in takeoff accident Jun 12, 1942.
w/o 24 Apr 1943 at Kelly Field, TX
7063 (MSN 15-402) modified as P-39J.  w/o 7 May 1942 at Myrtle Beach, SC, To CL-26 at Morris Sub Depot, NC May 25, 1942
7064 (MSN 15-403) modified as P-39J.  w/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, Condemned Oct 17, 1942
7065 modified as P-39J.  To reclamation at Spokane, WA May 21, 1945
7066 modified as P-39J.  Wrecked at Marianna AAF, FL Jun 1, 1943
7067 modified as P-39J.  To RFC at Ontario, CA May 19, 1945
7068 modified as P-39J.  To RFC at Arledge Field, Stamford, TX Jan 22, 1945.
7069 modified as P-39J.  Wrecked at Cross City AB, FL Nov 20, 1942.  Pilot killed
7070 (MSN 15-409) modified as P-39J.  w/o 16 Oct 1942 at McGrath, AK, Condemned Oct 17, 1942
7071 modified as P-39J.  To CL-26 at Sarasota AB, FL Nov 14, 1942.
7072 modified as P-39J.  Destroyed in wheels-up landing Florence, SC Apr 12, 1942
7073 (MSN 15-412) modified as P-39J.  Wrecked Sep 10, 1943 in test flight at Morris AAF, NV.  Pilot killed. 
7074 (MSN 15-413) modified as P-39J.  w/o 10 Apr 1942 at Florence, SC, to CL-26 May 21, 1942.
7075 modified as P-39J.  To RFC at Ponca City Jan 9, 1945
7076 (MSN 15-415) modified as P-39J.  w/o 31 Mar 1942 at Woodward Field, SC, To CL-26 at Gulfport, MS Jul 31, 1942
7077 modified as P-39J.  Surveyed at Brooks field Jun 1, 1943
7078 modified as P-39J.  To CL-26 at Lincoln, NB Oct 27, 1942
7079 modified as P-39J.  Surveyed at McClellan Field Jun 18, 1944
7080/7115 converted to P-39D-1
7089 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Dec 27, 1944
7081 condemned Jan 29, 1944
7082 destroyed in wheels-up landing Apr 8, 1942, Harlingen, TX
7083 surveyed Sep 5, 1944
7084 (MSN 15-423) W/o 22 Jun 1943 at Floresville, TX, surveyed at Brooks Field Jun 23, 1943
7085 to RAAF as A53-13.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1944
7086 condemned Jun 17, 1943
7087 crashed SW of APO-662, Canal Zone Mar 22, 1943.  SOC Mar 25, 1943
7088 (MSN 15-427) wrecked Aquadulce, Panama Canal Zone Apr 29, 1943 and SOC Apr 30, 1943
7089 (MSN 15-428) W/o 3 Mar 1943 at Chame Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned in Panama Mar 27, 1943
7090 (MSN 15-429) W/o 3 Mar 1943 at Chame Field, Panama Canal Zone, condemned in Panama Mar 27, 1943
7091 surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Jul 18, 1944
7092 returned to USA Mar 8, 1944 and surveyed Mar 19, 1944
7093 surveyed at Love Field, TX Nov 28, 1943
7094 (MSN 15-433) Conv to P-39D-3-BE; w/o 5 Jul 1943 at McCamey, TX, surveyed at Kelly Field, TX Jul 15, 1943
7095 force-landed and nosed over at Thomasville, GA Dec 21, 1941 and DBR
7096 (MSN 15-435) W/o 6 Jan 1943 at Galapagos AB, Galapagos Islands, condemned Apr 19, 1943, Galapagos Islands
7097 surveyed at McClellan AAF, CA Jun 18, 1944
7098 to reclamation at Brownsville AAF, TX Jan 6, 1945
7099 surveyed at Victorville AB, CA Aug 11,1 944
7100 surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Mar 15, 1944
7101 surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Jul 13, 1944
7102 (MSN 15-441) returned to USA Mar 30, 1944.  W/o 10 May 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA and surveyed May 18, 1944
7103 (MSN 15-442) W/o 15 Apr 1942 at Nandi Airport, Fiji, condemned Jun 15, 1944
7104 (MSN 15-443) W/o 22 Apr 1942 in Pacific Ocean off Fiji, condemned Jun 15, 1944
7105 overshot landing at Nausori Air Field, Fantan Feb 14, 1942 and DBR.   
Condemned Feb 19, 1942.
7106 in force landing at Nandi airport Feb 27, 1942 and DBR
7107 spun in N of Nandi Aprport Feb 23, 1942 and DBR.
7108 surveyed at Victorville AV, CA Aug 17, 1944
7109 surveyed at Lemoore AAF, CA Aug 3, 1944
7110 surveyed at Kingman Jul 26, 1944
7111 (MSN 15-450) W/o 8 Nov 1943 at Narewa Fld, Fiji, condemned New Caledonia Nov 16, 1943
7112 (12th FS, 18th FG) lost over Solomons Jul 27, 1943.  MACR 151
7113 (68th FS, 347th FG) lost over Fiji Islands July 5, 1943.  MACR 88
7114 (70th FS, 347th FG) lost over Fiji Islands Oct 3, 1943.  MACR 441
7115 to reclamation at Spokane, WA Sep 6, 1945.
41-15824 ... 41-17033
North American AT-6A-NT Texan
MSN 78-6202/7411.  Andrade lists 15824/15833 as being MSN 78-6082/6091. There is confusion in these MSNs 
The following serial numbers are from Hagedorn
15824/15833 (MSN 78-6082/6091)
15829 (MSN 78-6087)
15832 (MSN 78-6090) registered NC62855.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16270 1953-1955.  Scrapped after crash.
15834/15853 (MSN 78-6102/6121)
15834 (MSN 78-6102)
15839 (MSN 78-6107)
15850 (MSN 78-6118) registered NC9123H.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16232 1952-1957.  Sold in USA.
15853 (MSN 78-6121)
15854/15875 (MSN 78-6132/6153)
15872 (MSN 78-6150)
15875 (MSN 78-6153) registered NC61477.  To Swedish AF as 16293 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
15876/15883 (MSN 78-6154/6161)
15879 (MSN 78-6157) crashed at night at Harlingen, TX Nov 29, 1942.  2 killed.
15882 (MSN 78-6160)
15884/15913 (MSN 78-6172/6201)
15910 (MSN 78-6198)
15911 (MSN 78-6199) noted airworthy at Igor Sikorsy MAP, Bridgeport, CT Jun 2005
15914/15953 (MSN 78-6212/6251)
15919 (MSN 78-6217)
15953 (MSN 78-6251) registered NC60574.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16307 1954-1957.  Registered SE-CHU in 1958.  Scrapped.
15954/15993 (MSN 78-6262/6301
15973 (MSN 78-6281)
15976	 (MSN 78-6284) to Royal Thai AF as F8-76/93
15984 (MSN 78-6292) to Royal Thai AF as F8-77-93
15989 (MSN 78-6297)
15994/16043 (MSN 78-6312/6361
15995 (MSN 78-6313)
15997 (MSN 78-6315)
16019 (MSN 78-6337) registered NC54692.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16202 1951-1957.  Sold in USA
16026 (MSN 78-6344) 
16036 (MSN 78-6354) in night landing accident Napier Field, AL 3/11/1943.
Overran plane in front (42-4028)
16044/16118 (MSN 78-6372/6456)
16054 (MSN 78-6382)
16061 (MSN 78-6389) to Israeli AF as 1110 and noted preserved at Haifa AB Apr 2013.
16073 (MSN 78-6401) to Royal Thai AF as F8-78/93
16085 (MSN 78-6413)
16094 (MSN 78-6432) used by USAAF mission to Bolivia
16095 (MSN 78-6433) used by USAAF mission to Bolivia.
16096 (MSN 78-6434) used by USAAF mission to Bolivia.  To Royal Thai AF as F8-37/93
16097 (MSN 78-6435)
16098 (MSN 78-6436) to Royal Swedish AF, but no Swedish records seen of this aircraft.
16102 (MSN 78-6440)
16115 (No.4 OTU (aka Pursuit School), Brownsville TX) in mid-air collision Sep 13, 1944 with 41-32182 during formation 
flying practice. Crashed near Port Isabel TX. Instructor baled out, but WASP pilot killed.
16118 (MSN 78-6456) registered NC54857.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16308 1954-1957.  
To Argentine Navy marked 0398, 1-E-207, EAN-207 
16121 (MSN 78-6749)
16124 (MSN 78-6502)
16133 (MSN 78-6511)
16141 (MSN 78-6519)
16150 (MSN 78-6528)
16167 (MSN 78-6545)
16181 (MSN 78-6559)
16195 (MSN 78-6573)
16210 (MSN 78-6588) stalled during low-altitude turn Las Vegas AAF, NV 3/11/1943.  Both crew killed.
16229/16258 (MSN 78-6607/6636) order cancelled and and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01771/01800
16260 (MSN 78-6638) 
16267 (MSN 78-6645) became NC62606; to Saudi AF Aug 6, 1952
16269 (MSN 78-6647) to SAAF as 7660 as Harvard III.  Converted to T-6G.  To civilian owner
as ZK-XSA
16276 (MSN 78-6654) to Royal Thai AF as F8-30/91
16284 (MSN 78-6662) to Royal Thai AF as F8-66/93
16285 (MSN 78-6663) registered NC60583.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16225 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
16295 (MSN 78-6673)
16309 (MSN 78-6687) became NC90637; to Saudi AF Aug 6, 1952
16311 (MSN 78-6689) registered NC60474.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16243 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
16312 (MSN 78-6690) registered NC65097.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16240 1952-1957.  Sold in USA
16316 (MSN 78-6694) to Royal Thai AF as F8-20/91
16320 (MSN 78-6698) to Portuguese AF as 1620. To G-TIDE 1979. To N3762J April 1980
16322 (MSN 78-6700) registered NC52917.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16294 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
16330 (MSN 78-6708) became NC66141.  Later to French Navy
16344 (MSN 78-6722)
16361 (MSN 78-6739) crashed 2 mi S of Tonopah, NV bombing range Mar 10, 1942.  Pilot killed, trainee survived.
16383 (MSN 78-6761)
16385 (MSN 78-6763) registered NC63669.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16282 1953-1955.  Scrapped after crash.
16391 (MSN 78-6769) registered NC58555.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16262 1953-1957.  Sold in USA
16404/16438 (MSN 78-6782/6816) order cancelled and diverted to US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01801/01835
16443 (MSN 78-6821) noted Summer 2005 derelict at Israeli Air Museum, Hatzerim.
16454 (MSN 78-6832)
16458/16473 (MSN 78-6836/6851) order cancelled and diverted to US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01836/01851
16477 (MSN 78-6855)
16480 (MSN 78-6858) became NC252H; to Saudi AF as L-208 Aug 6, 1952
16486 (MSN 78-6864)
16490 (MSN 78-6868)
16497 (MSN 78-6875) with CPS(W) 2563BU crashed Oct 16, 1944 1 m S of Walnut, MS in precautionary landing
in hayfield after dusk.  WASP trainee pilot killed.
16498 (MSN 78-6876)
16507 (MSN 78-6885) to Royal Thai AF as F8-67/93
16525 (MSN 78-6903) to Royal Thai AF as F8-2/91
16535 (MSN 78-6913) to NC63950.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16254
16542 (MSN 78-6920) noted Summer 2005 derelict at Israeli Air Museum, Hatzerim.
16543 (MSN 78-6921) crashed in Golf of Oristano, wreck discovered in 2001.
16544 (MSN 78-6922) became NC52694, then 16291 with Royal Swedish AF ,then OY-DYE,
then D-IGAL May 8, 1956, then D-FGAL Aug 2958, cancelled Jun 14, 1961, then PH-NKD, then N13FY Mar 26, 1996
with Vintage Aircraft.  Reported Dec 2006 as still active in Holland
16548 (MSN 78-6926)
16551 (MSN 78-6929) to Royal Thai AF as F8-71/93
16569 (MSN 78-6947)
16575 (MSN 78-6953) to Royal Thai AF as F8-7/91
16579/16615 (MSN 78-6957/6993) order cancelled and and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01852/01888
16635 (MSN 78-7013)
16643 (MSN 78-7021) to Royal Thai AF as F8-11/91
16654/16692 (MSN 78-7032/7070) order cancelled and and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01889/01927
16696 (MSN 78-7074) noted Summer 2005 derelict at Israeli Air Museum, Hatzerim.
16700 (MSN 78-7078) 
16708 (MSN 78-7086) to Royal Thai AF as F8-39/93
16714 (MSN 78-7092) to NC62314.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16215.  Crashed Mar 13, 1952.
16716 (MSN 78-7094) to Paraguayan AF as FAP 0106.  To civil registry as N6069H. To VH-WWA Aug 4, 1994.
16717 (MSN 78-7095) to Paraguayan AF as FAP 0103, then to civil registry as N61167.  To Australian civil registry as VH-MWT
May 1, 1996.
16721 (MSN 78-7099) to NC14687.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16247.
16722 (MSN 78-7100)
16728 (MSN 78-7106)
16747 (MSN 78-7125) to Royal Thai AF as F8-67/93
16751 (MSN 78-7129)
16765 (MSN 78-7143) to Royal Thai AF as F8-4/91
16779/16820 (MSN 78-7157/7198) order cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01928/01969
16823 (MSN 78-7201)
16829 (MSN 78-7207)
16832 (MSN 78-7210) to Argentine Navy as 0347.  To Bolivian Navy as FNB 002.  To Bolivian AF as FABX 345.
16835 (MSN 78-7213)
16840 (MSN 78-7218) to NC65267.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16279
16867 (MSN 78-7245, 441st SEFTS) ground-looped on landing Spence Field, GA 3/10/1943.
16874 (MSN 78-7252)
16878 (MSN 78-7256)
16879/16885 (MSN 78-7257/7263) order cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 01970/01976
16886/16923 (MSN 78-7264/7301) order cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 05435/05472
16926 (MSN 78-7304)
16934 (MSN 78-7312) to Royal Thai AF as F8-72/93
16940/16993 (MSN 78-7318/7371) order cancelled and re-ordered by US Navy as SNJ-3 BuNo 05473/05526
16994 (MSN 78-7372) to Royal Thai AF as F8-23/91
16996 (MSN 78-7374) to NC66446.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16297
16997 (MSN 78-7375) flying as N90629.
17005 (MSN 78-7383) to Royal Thai AF as F8-73/93
17007 (MSN 78-7385) to Royal Thai AF as F8-69/93
17012 (MSN 78-7390)
17027 (MSN 78-7405)
41-26252 ... 41-27331
Beechcraft AT-10-BH
MSN 1527/2606
26260 (MSN 1535) assigned to Ellington Field, TX damaged in a mid-air with AT-10 91-9408 on Jan. 03, 1943. 
Damaged again on Jun 21, 1943 after a belly landing 1 1/2 Mi NW Weimer, TX due to engine failure.
26312 lost in training accident Ellington Field, TX Mar 10, 1943.  One bailed out OK.
26391 wheels up landing Columbus AAF, MS 3/10/1944.  Minor damage.
26423 crashed in forced landing after fuel exhaustion Blytheville AAF, AK 3/10/1943.  1 killed, 2 injured.
26472 landing gear collapsed during landing Turner Field, GA 3/10/1943.
26582 overshot landing Waco AAF, TX and hit fence 3/11/1943
41-35874 ... 41-36953
Curtiss P-40E-1
MSN 19395/20474 (not sure these are right, might be 19707/20786, Curtiss aircraft book lists 18395/19474.
I will use the Curtiss aircraft book numbers here)
All to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET520/ET999, EV100/EV699 under Lend-Lease.  Numerous diversions to USAAF, Canada, 
Australia, New Zealand, USSR
35874 (MSN 18395) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET520
35875 (MSN 18396) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET521
35876 (MSN 18397) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET522.  Damaged by enemy fighters and abandoned 10 mi S of
El Alamein Sep 7, 1942.
35877 (MSN 18398, ET523) to USSR Apr 4, 1942
35878 (MSN 18399) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET524.  SOC Sep 1, 1943
35879 (MSN 18400) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET525.  SOC May 25, 1944.
35880 (MSN 18401) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET526.  Lost Jul 3, 1942.
35881 (MSN 18402) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET527.  SOC Sep 8, 2942
35882 (MSN 18403) was to have gone to RAF as ET528, diverted to USSR Feb 1942
35883 (MSN 18404, ET529) to USSR Apr 4, 1942
35884 (MSN 18405, to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET530.  Damaged in accident Jul 13, 1942.
35885 (MSN 18406) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET531.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
35886 (MSN 18407) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET532
35887/35925 (MSN 18408/18446, ET533/ET571) were to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA but diverted to USSR Apr 1942
35918 (MSN 19751, production no. 1025 on data plate) to RAF as ET564.  To USSR Apr 4, 1942.  Shot down Jun 1, 1942
in area of Pyal-Yavr Lake.  Recovered in 1992 and brought to USA and restored by the Fighter Factory.
Now on display at the Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA
35926 (MSN 18447) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET572.  Dove into ground near Cairo in sandstorm Sep 28, 1942
35927 (MSN 18448) delivered to RAF as ET573 but delivered to USSR.  Lost in action near Arctic Circle where it 
lay on frozen tundra for 50 years.  Recovered from crash site near Murmansk c1992.  Brought 
to USA at Griffin, GA and underwent restoration.  There is an RAF record card which has this plane 
as going to the RAF as ET573 and later becoming an instructional airframe Oct 1943 as 4181M.
35928 (MSN 18449) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET574.  Missing during ferry flight Jun 28, 1942 from LG85 (Amriya South, Egypt) to an RSU near Wadi Naturun
which was used as a maintenance group facility (53RFU).  The aircraft flew with its undercarriage locked down due to damage.  
An incorrect course was set and the aircraft was thought to have crashed in the Egyptian desert due to fuel 
exhaustion. Pilot listed as missing.  The aircraft wreckage that was located in March 2012 by oil company 
workers in nearly intact form may be this plane.   Pilot still missing.
35929 (MSN 19450) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET575.  Missing near El Alamein Sep 1, 1942, presumably shot down
by Bf 109s.
35930 (MSN 18451) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA  ET576.  Crash landed Jul 29, 1942 after AAA damage in North Africa.
35931 (MSN 18452) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET577.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
35932 (MSN 18453) was to have gone to RAF as ET578, but diverted to RAAF as A29-118 Jun 1942.
35933 (MSN 18454) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET579 and then to RAAF as A29-119 Jun 1942.
35934 (MSN 18455) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET580.  Used by Royal Aircraft Establishment, returned to USAAF
Aug 10, 1942.  Freeman reports that this aircraft was used in England 1943 by
Flight VIII Bomber Command for fast liaison duties. Crashed into
a garden 8.5 mi from Bovingdon, UK Oct 9, 1943.  Pilot killed.
35935 (MSN 18456) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET581.  Lost Jan 29, 1943
35936 (MSN 18457) was to have gone to RAF as ET582, but diverted to RAAF as A29-120 Jun 1942.  Crashed 
near Mildura, VIC 6/1944.
35937 (MSN 18458, ET583) retained in USA due to damage while being loaded aboard ship.  To CL-26 Nov 10, 1942
35938 (MSN 18459) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET584.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
35939 (MSN 18460) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET585.  Wrecked when crashlanded at LG.76 while returning
from patrol Jun 17, 1942.
35940 (MSN 18461) was to have gone to RAF as ET586, but diverted to RAAF as A29-121 Jun 1942.
35941 (MSN 18462) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET587.  Missing from bomber escort mission Jun 12, 1942, 
presumably shot down by enemy fighters.
35942 (MSN 18463) was to have gone to RAF as ET588, but was diverted to Australia Mar 1942, 
returned to USA Jan 27, 1944.  Surveyed at Tuskegee AAF, AL Sep 1, 1944
35943 (MSN 18464, ET589) diverted to USAAF.  With 49th FG, 9th FS in midair collision with 
41-5509 Manton Dam Jul 10, 1942.
35944 (MSN 18465, ET590) to RAAF as A29-135 Jul 1942
35945 (MSN 18466, ET591) to RAAF as A29-136.  Crashed 2/6/1943, Green Island QLD.
35946 (MSN 18467, ET592) to RAAF as A29-137 Jul 1942.
35947 (MSN 18468) was to have gone to RAF as ET593 but diverted to Australia.
35948 (MSN 18469) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET594.  Diverted to USAAF
35949 (MSN 18470, ET595) to RAAF as A29-138.  Crashed near Williamtown NSW 1/1944.
35950 (MSN 18471) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET596.  Diverted to USAAF.  With 49th FG, 7th FS, aircraft suffered
engine failure and pilot bailed out May 10, 1942, Northwest Territories, Australia.
35951 (MSN 18472) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET597 and then to RAAF as A29-122 Jun 1942.  Crashed on 
takeoff at Bankstown, NSW Nov 1943.
35952 (MSN 18473) was to have gone to RAF as ET598, but diverted to Australia
35953 (MSN 18474, ET599) to RAAF as A29-124 Jun 1942.  Crashed 11/1942, Cairns QLD, Australia.
35954 (MSN 18475, ET600) diverted to USAAF  With 49th FG, 9th FS non-combat loss May 16, 1943.
35955 (MSN 18476, ET601) to RAAF as A29-126 Jun 1942.  Collided in midair with
A29-65 (ex 41-5743) over Wentworth Bombing Range Sep 1944 
35956 (MSN 18477, ET602) to RAAF as A29-127 Jun 1942.
35957 (MSN 18478, ET603) to New Zealand as NZ3011.Caught fire on landing at Ohakea May 16, 1944.  Converted to instructional
airframe INST 100 with Armament School at Levin.
35958 (MSN 18479, ET604) to New Zealand as NZ3012.  Sold to private user Mar 2, 1948. 
35959 (MSN 18480, ET605) to New Zealand as NZ3013.  Sold to private user Mar 2, 1948.
35960 (MSN 18481, ET606) to New Zealand as NZ3014.  In midair collision with NZ3018 (41-35964) over Seagrove
Jan 18, 1943.  Both planes crashed.
35961 (MSN 18482, ET607) to New Zealand as NZ3015.  Engine fire during training at Ohakea Apr 8, 1944.  SOC and 
scrapped.
35962 (MSN 18483, ET608) to New Zealand as NZ3016.  Crashed and burned at Marton Nov 6, 1942.  SOC Nov 28, 1942.
35963 (MSN 18484, ET609) to New Zealand as NZ3017.  In taxying accident at Ohakea Jun 26, 1942.  Reduced to spares.
35964 (MSN 18485, ET610) to New Zealand as NZ3018.  Midair collision with NZ3014 (41-35960) over Seagrove Jan 18, 1943.
Both aircraft crashed.
35965 (MSN 18486, ET611) to RAAF as A29-91 Apr 1942.  Burned Jul 12, 1943 following forced
landing 1 mi S of Yelta Satellite Aerodrome near Mildura.  RAF records have
this plane as serving with RAF as ET611 and being SOC Feb 1, 1944
35966 (MSN 18487, ET612) to RAAF as A29-96 May 1942.
35967 (MSN 18488) was to have gone to RAF as ET613, but diverted to Australia.
35968 (MSN 18489) to RAF as ET614, diverted to USAAF
35969 (MSN 18490) was to have gone to RAF as ET615, but diverted to Australia
35970 (MSN 18491, ET616) to RAAF as A29-97.  Forced landing following engine failure at Horn Island
Airstrip Apr 22, 1943.
35971 (MSN 18492) was to have gone to RAF as ET617, but diverted to Australia.
35972 (MSN 18493) was to have gone to RAF as ET618, but diverted to Australia.
35973 (MSN 18494, ET619) to RAAF as A29-98
35974 (MSN 18495, ET620) to RAAF as A29-99 May 1942.  Crashlanded at Mildura May 1945 and converted to components.
35975 (MSN 18496, ET621) to RAAF as A29-100 May 1942.
35976 (MSN 18497) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET622.  Caught fire and dove into ground 4 mi NW of Fayid Aug 4, 1944.
35977 (MSN 18498) to RAF as ET623.  SOC May 25, 1944
35978/35983 (MSN 18499/18504, ET624/ET629) to USSR Mar/Apr 1942
35984 (MSN 18505, ET630) diverted to USAAF.  Under restoration at Coolangatta, QLD, Australia.
35985/36027 (MSN 18506/18548, ET631/ET673) to USSR Mar 1942
36018 to Soviet Navy.  Recoverd from crash site at Murmansk.  To Pacific Aircraft LTD, Pioneer Aircraft
Restoration, Auckland, NZ 1994-2001.  Hulk stored pending restoration
36028 (MSN 18549) was to have gone to RAF as ET674, but diverted elsewhere.
Crashed with 92nd BG near Berkhamsted, England Sep 23, 1942, killing the pilot.
1997 issue of Air Britain gives the crash site as near Berkhamsted, England.
36029/36045 (MSN 18550/18566, ET675/ET691) to USSR Mar 1942
36036 found on Karelian Peninsula, Russia and moved to Lancing, England.  May be restorable
36046 (MSN 18567, ET692) to New Zealand as NZ3019.  Under restoration at North Shore Aerodrome.
36047 (MSN 18568, ET693) to New Zealand as NZ3020.  Crashed near Colyton Aug 11, 1944 when went out of control
during dogfighting exercise.
36048/36077 (MSN 18569/18598, ET694/ET723) to USSR Mar 1942
36078 (MSN 18599, ET724) to RAAF as A29-128 Jun 1942.
36079 (MSN 18600, ET725) to RAAF as A29-129 Jun 1942.
36080 (MSN 18601, ET726) to RAAF as A20-130 Jun 1942.
36081 (MSN 18602, ET727) to USSR Mar 1942
36082 (MSN 18603, ET728) to RAAF as A29-131 Jun 1942.  Crashed 12/1942, Bowen QLD.
36083 (MSN 18604, ET729) to RAAF as A29-132 Jun 1942.
36084 (MSN 18605, ET730) to RAAF as A29-133 6/42.  To Nelson R. Wilson of Wandin, Victoria 1960-1962.  
Recovered derelict from orchard, Melbourne, Victoria.  Registration
VH-NRW reserved in 1987. In 1995 was reported to be under restoration to
flying condition.  On static display at Australian War Memorial, Canberra from 1992.  
36085 (MSN 18606, ET731) retained in USA.  SOC at Adak May 15, 1945.
36086 (MSN 18607) to RAF as ET732, but diverted to Australia
36087 (MSN 18608) to RAF as ET733, but diverted to Australia.
36088 (MSN 18609) to RAF as ET734, but diverted to Australia.  Wrecked Sep 6, 1942 at Batchelor Field, NT 
in taxi collision with another plane
36089 (MSN 18610) to RAF as ET735, diverted to USAAF.  With 49th FG, 9th FS engine failed and pilot 
bailed out near Kokoda, PNG Nov 22, 1942.
36090 (MSN 18611) to RAF as ET736, diverted to Australia but transferred to USAAF 49th PG, 9th PS in
Australia.  Wrecked at Adelaide River, NT Aug 26, 1942 when reached insufficent power for takeoff.  
To Middletown Air Depot Jan 1, 1943.  To RFC at Bush Field Dec 23, 1944
36091 (MSN 18612) to RAF as ET737, but diverted to Australia
36092 (MSN 18613) was to have gone to RAF as ET738 but diverted to USSR Mar 1942
36093 (MSN 18614, ET739) to RAAF as A29-134 Jun 1942.
36094 (MSN 18615, ET740) to RAAF as A29-115 May 1942.  Force landed at Livingston Field, NT after prop failure
and engine overheating Nov 21, 1942 and bellied in.  Crashed at Wentworth, NSW, Australia Nov 1944.
36095 (MSN 18616) to RAF as ET741 and then to RAAF as A29-108 May 1942. 
36096 (MSN 18617, ET742) to Brazil as FAB 01 Apr 30, 1942
36097 (MSN 18618, ET743) to RAAF as A29-116 May 1942.  Was formerly RCAF J6206.  Blew tire on takeoff at
Adelaide River Oct 31, 1942 and slightly damaged.
36098 (MSN 18619, ET744) to RAAF as A29-112 May 1942.  Pilot bailed out due to inflight fire between Batchelor
and Livington Field, NT Dec 20, 1942.
36099 (MSN 18620, ET745) to RAAF as A29-111 May 1942.
36100 (MSN 18621, ET746) retained in USA.  Condemned Sep 19, 1944
36101 (MSN 18622, ET747) to RAAF as A29-106 May 1942.  landing accident at Milne Bay 8/1942 and
converted to components.
36102 (MSN 18623, ET748) to RAAF as A29-107 May 1942.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing range 7/1947.
36103 (MSN 18624, ET749) to RAAF as A29-103 May 1942.
36104 (MSN 18625, ET750) to RAAF as A29-113 May 1942.
36105 (MSN 18626, ET751) to RAAF as A29-114 May 1942.
36106 (MSN 18627, ET752) to RAAF as A29-109 May 1942
36107 (MSN 18628, ET753) to RAF as ET753.  To SAAF as 5012, SOC Feb 18, 1948
36108 (MSN 18629, ET754) to New Zealand as NZ3021.  In midair collision with NZ3061 Jun 14, 1944.  SOC Jun 23, 1944.
36109 (MSN 18630, ET755) to New Zealand as NZ3022.  Crashed and burned at Wairau Nov 11, 1942.
36110 (MSN 18631, ET756) to New Zealand as NZ3023.  Crashed and burned duringin training flight Dec 23, 1942.
36111 (MSN 18632, ET757) to New Zealand as NZ3024.  In midair collision with NZ3019 at Ohakea Apr 3, 1944.
36112 (MSN 18633) to RAF as ET758.  To South African AF as 5014, crashed at Isipingo Oct 2, 1943
36113 (MSN 18634) to RAF as ET759.  To SAAF as 5009.  Crashed at Isipingo Jun 19, 1944
36114 (MSN 18635) to RAF as ET760.  To SAAF as 5013.  Crashed at Umbumbilo Nov 1, 1943
36115 (MSN 18636) to RAF as ET761.  To SAAF as 5015.  SOC Feb18, 1948
36116 (MSN 18637) to RAF as ET762.  To SAAF as 5016.  SOC May 2, 1945
36117 (MSN 18638, ET763) to New Zealand as NZ3025.  Entered as spin during an operational training flight Dec 22, 1942
and pilot bailed out.
36118 (MSN 18639, ET764) to New Zealand as NZ3026.  Midair collision with NZ3030 (41-36123) over Rongotea Jun 2, 1944.
Aircraft dove into the ground.
36119 (MSN 18640, ET765) to New Zealand as NZ3027.  Overshot on lainding at Ohakea Jan 10, 1944.  SOC Feb 3, 1944 and
reduced to spares
36120 (MSN 18641, ET766) to New Zealand as NZ3028.  Sold to private owner Dec 12, 1947.
36121 (MSN 18642, ET767) to New Zealand as NZ3029.  Sold to private owner Mar 2, 1948.
36122 (MSN 18643) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET768.  SOC May 25, 1944
36123 (MSN 18644, ET769) to New Zealand as NZ3030.  In midair collision with NZ3026 (41-36118) over Rongotea
Jun 2, 1944.  Aircraft dove into ground
36124 (MSN 18645, ET770) to New Zealand as NZ3031. Crashed on ridge near Wainuiomata May 1, 1943.  
36125 (MSN 18646, ET771) to New Zealand as NZ3032.  Crashed duirng takeoff from Woodbourne Feb 27, 1943 when 
undercarriage retracted prematurely.  Sold to private user Dec 12, 1947.
36126 (MSN 18647) to RAF as ET772.  To South African AF as 5010.  Crashed at Isipingo Dec 7, 1943
36127 (MSN 18648, ET773) to New Zealand as NZ3033.  Crashed near Greytown Nov 15, 1942, when aircraft failed to
recover from a dive.
36128 (MSN 18649) to RAF as ET774.  To South African AF as 5011.  Crashed into sea off Durban Aug 4, 1942
36129 (MSN 18650, ET775) to New Zealand as NZ3034.  Midair collision with NZ3037 (41-36132) over Weeks Island
Jul 25, 1943.
36130 (MSN 18651, ET776) to New Zealand as NZ3035.  Force landed during training flight from Ohakea Oct 2, 1943.
Converted to instructional airframe INST98 at Ohakea.
36131 (MSN 18652, ET777) to New Zealand as NZ3036.  Caught fire in air during training flight from Ohakea Jul 25, 1944.
36132 (MSN 18653, ET778) to Brazil as FAB 02 Apr 30, 1942
36133 (MSN 18654, ET779) to Brazil as FAB 03 Apr 30, 1942.
36134 (MSN 18655, ET780) to Brazil as FAb 04 Apr 30, 1942
36135 (MSN 18656, ET781) to RNZAF as NZ3037.  In midair collision with NZ3034 (41-36129) over Weeks Island Jul 25, 1943.
36136 (MSN 18657, ET782) to Brazil as FAB 05 Apr 30, 1942
36137 (MSN 18658) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET783.  Served with 250 Sqdn and then 5 Sqdn SAAF and
was SOC Feb 1, 1944.   
36138 (MSN 18659, ET784) to New Zealand as NZ3038. Crashed and burned at Manakau Oct 14, 1943.
36139 (MSN 18660, ET785) to Brazil as FAB 06 Apr 30, 1944.
36140 (MSN 18661) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET786.  Wrecked when hit ground near Cairo during sandstorm Sep 28, 1942
36141 (MSN 18662) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET787.  Wrecked during crashlanding 3 mi NE of Delamere Feb 6, 1943
after engine failed during ferry flight
36142 (MSN 18663) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET788.  SOC May 25, 1944
36143 (MSN 18664) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET789.  Damaged by Bf 109 and crashlanded in desert Sep 12, 1942
36144 (MSN 18665) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET790.  Shot down by enemy fighters during ground attack mission
36145 (MSN 18666) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET792.  SOC Jul 1, 1943
36146 (MSN 18667) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET791.  Diverted elsewhere, not delivered to RAF
36147 (MSN 18668) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET793.  No record of fate
36148 (MSN 18669) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET794.  Ditched during ground attack mission Jul 10, 1942
36149 (MSN 18670) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET795.  Diverted to USAAF, 49th PG, 9th PS.  RAF records say that
this plane was indeed delivered to them and was wrecked at El Hanwirrya
Sep 30, 1942 when crashlanded after catching fire in midair
36150 was to go to RAF as ET796 but remained in USA.  Condemned salvage May 15, 1945
36151 (MSN 18672)  was to have gone to RAF as as ET797 but diverted to Australia
36152 (MSN 18673, ET798) retained in USA.  Wrecked at Lowry Field Apr 10, 1942 when struck tractor on landing.
36153 (MSN 18674) was to have gone to RAF as ET799.  Diverted to Australia, then to USAAF, 49th PG, 9th PS.
36154 (MSN 18675) was to have gone to RAF as ET800 but remained in USA.  Condemned Dec 13, 1944
36155 (MSN 18676) was to have gone to RAF as ET801.  Delivered to Australia and diverted to USAAF, 49th PG, 8th PS.  
Wrecked in takeoff accident at Horanda Jul 3, 1943.  Repaired.  Returned to USA Jan 21, 1944.  
Surveyed Nov 6, 1944
36156 (MSN 18677) was to have gone to RAF as ET802.  Delivered to Australia
36157 (MSN 18678) was to have gone to RAF as ET803, delivered to Australia and diverted to USAAF.  Crashed on 
takeoff from Dobodura, PNG Jun 18, 1943.  Pilot killed
36158 (MSN 18679) was to have gone to RAF as ET804, delivered to Australia
36159 (MSN 18680) was to have gone to RAF as ET805, delivered to Australia
36160 (MSN 18681) was to have gone to RAF as ET806, delivered to Australia
36161 (MSN 18682) was to have gone to RAF as ET807, remained in USA and crashed on takeoff at Longview, AK Dec 29, 1942.
36162 (MSN 18683, ET808) to RAAF as A29-161 Sep 1942.
36163 (MSN 18684) was to have gone to RAF as ET809 but remained in USA and condemned salvage Oct 3, 1945
36164 (MSN 18685) was to have gone to RAF as ET810.  Delivered to Australia and diverted to USAAF, 49th PG, 9th PS at
Darwin, Australia, still with RAF serial
36165 (MSN 18686) was to have gone to RAF as ET811, remained in USA and crashed into sea off Semla 
Island, AK Aug 15, 1944 following engine failure.  Pilot killed, aircraft
condemned at Elmendorf Aug 16, 1944
36166 (MSN 18687) was to have gone to RAF as ET812, delivered to Australia.  Forcelanded at Hood Point near Hula, PNG.
Wreck remained in situ intil 1974, when fuselage section was recovered, but its present whereabouts are
unknown.
36167 (MSN 18688) was to have gone to RAF as ET813, remained in USA and condemned crash at sea Oct 5, 1944
36168 (MSN 18689) was to have gone to RAF as ET814, delivered to Australia
36169 (MSN 18690) was to have gone to RAF as ET815, retained in USA.  SOC Nov 19, 1943
36170 (MSN 18691) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET816.  Returned to USA Jan 21, 1944.  Surveyed at Moore Field, TX Jul 29, 1944
36171 (MSN 18692) was to have gone to RAF as ET817.  Diverted to USAAF in Australia, to 49th PG, 8th PS
36172 (MSN 18693) was to have gone to RAF as ET818, remained in USA and condemned salvage at Elmendorf Mar 22, 1945
36173 (MSN 18694) was to have gone to RAF as ET819.  Diverted to USAAF in Australia, 49th PG.
36174 (MSN 18695) was to have gone to RAF as ET820, retained in USA.  Collided with 41-24993 Dec 23, 1943 near Orlando, FL.
36175 (MSN 18696) was to have gone to RAF as ET821, diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36176 (MSN 18697) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET822.  SOC Sep 21, 1944
36177 (MSN 18698) was to have gone to RAF as ET823, but diverted to Australia. Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68. 
36178 (MSN 18699) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET824.  SOC Sep 1, 1943
36179 (MSN 18700) was to have gone to RAF as ET825, but diverted to Australia. Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36180 (MSN 18701) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET826.  SOC Mar 8, 1944.
36181 (MSN 18702) was to have gone to RAF as ET827, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36182 (MSN 18703)  was to have gone to RAF as ET828, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36183 (MSN 18704) was to have gone to RAF as ET829, but diverted to Australia. Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36184 (MSN 18705) was to have gone to RAF as ET830, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36185 (MSN 18706) to RAF as ET831.  Wrecked when swung on landing and undercarriage
collapsed Takoradi Jun 19, 1942
36186 (MSN 18707) was to have gone to RAF as ET832, but diverted to Australia. Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36187 (MSN 18708) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET833.  Crash landed Oct 11, 1942, Maudi, North Africa
36188 (MSN 18709) was to have gone to RAF as ET834, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36189 (MSN 18710) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET835.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
36190 (MSN 18711) was to have gone to RAF as ET836, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36191 (MSN 18712) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET837.  Shot down Jul 10, 1942 near Amriya, North Africa.
RAF records say it was wrecked when crashlanded 3 mi N of Amriya
after being hit by flak Jul 3, 1942.
36192 (MSN 18713) was to have gone to RAF as ET838, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36193 (MSN 18714) was to have gone to RAF as ET839, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36194 (MSN 18715) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET840.  Crash landed Aug 19, 1942 after engine fire, North Africa.
36195 (MSN 18716) was to have gone to RAF as ET841, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68
36196 (MSN 18717) to RAF Kittyhawk IA as ET842.  Destroyed by explosion of own bombs awhen forcelanded four
mi N of LG.85 after engine failure Sep 3, 1942.
36197 (MSN 18718) was to have gone to RAF as ET843, but diverted to Australia.  Lost at sea enroute to Australia when SS Port
Montreal was sunk by U68.
36198 (MSN 18719) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET844.  Lost Jul 9, 1942, North Africa with 3 Sqdn, RAAF.
36199 (MSN 18720) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET845.  Diverted to RCAF as 720
36200 (MSN 18721) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET846.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36201 (MSN 18722) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET847.  Diverted to RCAF as 721
36202 (MSN 18723) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET848.  Wrecked when forcelanded after running out of fuel Aug 2, 1944
To civil registry as N5672N, to Federal Express Corp as N40TT.
36203 (MSN 18274) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET849.  Diverted to RCAF as 722.  In accident
Nov 28, 1942 at Tofino, BC.
36204 (MSN 18275) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET850.  Diverted to RCAF as 723
36205 (MSN 18276) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET851.  To SAAF in 1942.  RAF records say lost Jun 26, 1943.
36206 (MSN 18727) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET852.  Diverted to RCAF as 724.  In accident
Aug 16, 1942, BC.
36207 (MSN 18728) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET853.  Wrecked when bellylanded in desert after engine failure
Dec 5, 1942.
36208 (MSN 18729) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET854.  Diverted to RCAF as 725.  In accident
May 25, 1942, Fournier, Ontario
36209 (MSN 18730) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET855.  Missing from bomber escort mission to Mareth Mar 21, 1943.  Also reported as having crashed near
Walhalla, Australia.  Wreckage found in 1949.
36210 (MSN 18731) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET856.  Diverted to RCAF as 726.  In accident
Pat Bay, BC.
36211 (MSN 18733) to RAF as ET857.  Shot down by Bf 109s Jul 24, 1942.
36212 (MSN 18734) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET858.  Diverted to RCAF as 727.
36213 (MSN 18735) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET859. SOC Jul 1, 1943.
36214 (MSN 18735) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET860.  Diverted to RCAF as 728
36215 (MSN 18736) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET861.  Dove into ground 1 mi W of Ben Gardane after engine
failed on approach Apr 24, 1943
36216 (MSN 18737) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET862.  Diverted to RCAF as 729.  SOC Aug 23, 1946.
Up for disposal at Patricia BAY, AB, Vancouver Island.  Barged to Boeing Field, Seattle, WA in 1947.
To civil registry as N1236N.  Broken up for scrap at Boeing, Field, WA.
36217 (MSN 18738) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET863.  Diverted to RCAF as 730
36218 (MSN 18739) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET864.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36219 (MSN 18740) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET865.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36220 (MSN 18741) was to have gone to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET866.  Diverted to RCAF as 731.  In accident
with 133 Sqdn Aut 18, 1944.
36221 (MSN 19742) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET867.  Wrecked when bellylanded 5 mi WNW of Abu Sueir after engine
failed on takeoff Sep 23, 1943
36222 (MSN 18743) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET868.  Missing from attack mission to LG.21 Jul 10, 1942
36223 (MSN 18744) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET869.  Missing from sweep Sep 15, 1942.
36224 (MSN 18745) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET870.  SOC Sep 1, 1943
36225 (MSN 18746) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET871.  Pilot bailed out in spin near Amriya, North Africa
Aug 18, 1942.
36226 (MSN 18747) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET872.  SOC Nov 1, 1943
36227 (MSN 18748) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET873.  Shot down by Bf 109 Jun 26, 1942, North Africa.
36228 (MSN 18749) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET874.  Lost Aug 27, 1942
36229 (MSN 18750) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET875.  Shot down by enemy fighters Aug 23, 1942, North Africa
36230 (MSN 18751)to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET876.  Wrecked when overturned on landing at Maiduguru Jul 9, 1942.
36231 (MSN 18752) was to have gone to RAF as ET877, but diverted to Australia
36232 (MSN 18753) was to have gone to RAF as ET878 but to RAAF as A29-139 
Jul 1942.  Crashed on landing at Turnbull 8/1943.
36233 (MSN 18754) was to have gone to RAF as ET879 but to RAAF as A29-140 Aug 1942.  SOC 11/1948.
36234 (MSN 18755) was to have gone to RAF as ET880, but to RAAF as A29-141 Aug 1942. MIA over Milne Bay 8/1942.
36235 (MSN 18756) was to have gone to RAF as ET881 but remained
stateside.  To RFC at McKellar Field, TN Feb 21, 1945
36236 (MSN 18757) was to have gone to RAF as ET882 but to RAAF as A29-142 Aug 1942.  Crashed 4/1942, Liverpool NSW.  Date can't be right.
36237 (MSN 18758) was to have gone to RAF as ET883 but to RAAF as A29-123 Jul 1942.
36238 (MSN 18759) was to have gone to RAF as ET884 but to RAAF as A29-143 Aug 1942.  Crashed Aug 8, 1942 at Turnbull airstrip,
Milne Bay, NG, killing the pilot
36239 (MSN 18760) was to have gone to RAF as ET885 but to RAAF as A29-144 Jul 1942.
36240 (MSN 18761) was to have gone to RAF as ET886 but to RAAF as A29-145 Aug 1942.  Crashed on its ferry flight Aug 1942.
36241 (MSN 18762) was to have gone to RAF as ET887 but to RAAF as A29-146 Aug 1942. 
36242 (MSN 18763) was to have gone to RAF as ET888 to RAAF as A29-147 Aug 1942.
36243 (MSN 18764) was to have gone to RAF as ET889 but was to be diverted to
Australia but diverted to USAAF.  Condemned accident not combat related Mar 2, 1943
36244 (MSN  18765) was to have gone to RAF as ET890 but was to be diverted to 
Australia, but diverted to USAAF.  Condemned accident not combat related Oct 22, 1943
36245 (MSN 18766) was to have gone to RAF as ET891 but diverted to RAAF, don't know serial
36246 (MSN 18767) was to have gone to RAF as ET892 but to RAAF as A29-148 Aug 1942.  To USAAF.  To RFC at Moore Field Feb 22, 1945
36247 (MSN 18768) was to have gone to RAF as ET892 but to RAAF as A29-149 Aug 1942.
36248 (MSN 18769) was to have gone to RAF as ET892 but to RAAF as A29-125 Jun 1942..  Crashed Nov 1942 Cairns, QLD, Australia.
36249 (MSN 18770) was to have gone to RAF as ET893 but to RAAF as A29-150 Aug 1942.  Crashed into sea Mar 28, 1943 near Herron Head, WA, killing the pilot.
36250 (MSN 18771) was to have gone to RAF as ET896.  Diverted to USAAF.  Crashlanded on beach at Darwin, Australia Jun 9, 1942.
Repaired.  Surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944
36251 (MSN 18772) to RAF as Kittyawk IA ET897.  SOC Feb 1, 1944.  I have a report that it
went to RAAF, but don't know the serial
36252 (MSN 18773) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET898.  Diverted to China Apr 4, 1942.  I have it 
being SOC by RAF Feb 1, 1944
36253 (MSN 18774) to RAF as Kittyawk IA ET899.  SOC Feb 1, 1944.  But I have a report
that it was diverted to RAAF, but there is doubt.
36254 (MSN 18775) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET900. Lost Sep 11, 1943.
36255 (MSN 18776) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET901.  
36256 (MSN 18777) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET902.  SOC Sep 1, 1943
36257 (MSN 18778) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET903.  Wrecked when struck by unidentified P-40
while taxying at LG.97 Sep 1, 1942
36258 (MSN 18779) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET904. SOC Dec 28, 1944.
36259 (MSN 18780) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET905.  SOC Aug 1, 1944.  I have a report
that it was diverted to RAAF, don't know serial or the date
36260 (MSN 18781) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET906.  Shot down by Bf 109s while on bomber escort
mission Jul 2, 1942.
36261 (MSN 18782) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA  ET907.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
36262 (MSN 18783) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET908.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36263 (MSN 18784) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET909.  SOC Feb 22, 1945.
36264 (MSN 18785) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET910.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36265 (MSN 18786) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET911.  Shot down by flak Jul 15, 1942, North Africa.
36266 (MSN 18787) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET912
36267 (MSN 18788) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET913.  Shot down by flak near LG.104 Jul 19, 1942
36268 (MSN 18789) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET914.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36269 (MSN 18790) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET915.  Wrecked when hit truck during takeoff from
LG.85 Jul 1, 1942
36270 (MSN 18791) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET916.  Shot down by Bf 109 Aug 8, 1942
36271 (MSN 18792) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET917.  Destroyed by fire after undercarriage
collapsed on landing at LG.237 Aug 25, 1942.
36272 (MSN 18793) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET918.  Missing from armed reconnaissance mission
Aug 29, 1942
36273 (MSN 18794) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET919.  Wrecked when crashlanded at El Imayed
following flak damage Oct 7, 1942.
36274/36276 (ET920/ET922) to USSR Apr 1942
36275 registered Jun 11, 2007 to War Eagles Air Museum as N95JB, MSN 18796
36277 (ET923) to China Apr 1942
36278/36303 (MSN 18799/18824, ET924/ET949) to USSR Apr 1942
36283 (49th FG) wheels up landing New Guinea 3/10/1944. Major damage.  ???
36304 (MSN 18825) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET950.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36305 (MSN 18826) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET951.  SOC Feb 1, 1944.
36306 (MSN 18827) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET952.  Crashed on landing at Hamata Aug 13, 1942.
36307 (MSN 18828) to RAF as ET953.  W/o on takeoff Mar 2, 1943, Nefattia, North Africa.
Stalled when avoiding gunpost after engine failed on takeoff.
36308 (MSN 18829) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET954.  Shot down Oct 20, 1942, North Africa.
36309 (MSN 18830) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET955.  SOC May 25, 1944
36310 (MSN 18831) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET956.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Stanbank was sunk by U103
36311 (MSN 18832) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET957.  Crashed on landing at Sirte Feb 26, 1943
36312 (MSN 18833) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET958.  Suffered damage in accident Jun 1943,
SOC Sep 1, 1943.
36313 (MSN 18834) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET959.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Stanbank was sunk by U103
36314 (MSN 18835) to RAF as ET960.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Stanbank was sunk by U103
36315 (MSN 18836) to RAF as ET961.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
36316 (MSN 18837) to RAF as ET962.  Dive into ground 15 mi W of Fayid Aug 7, 1944
during bombing exercise.
36317 (MSN 18838) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET963.  SOC on arrival Sep 30, 1942.
36318 (MSN 18839) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET964.  Destroyed in enemy air raid Oct 22, 1942.
36319 (MSN 18840) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET965.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Stanbank was sunk by U103 
36320 (MSN 18841) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET966.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Stanbank was sunk by U103
36321 (MSN 18842) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET967, diverted to USAAF. crashed Feb 3, 1942, Australia.
RAF records say that this plane was lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Stanbank was sunk by U103
36322 (MSN 18843) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET968.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36323 (MSN 18844) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET969.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
36324 (MSN 18845, ET970) retained in USA.  To repo at Eglin, FL.  RAF records say
that it went to them and was SOC Feb 1, 1944.
36325 (MSN 18846) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET971.  MIA east of El Alamein Sep 20, 1942.  Presumably
shot down by enemy fighters
36326 (MSN 18847) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET972.  
36327 (MSN 18848) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET973.  SOC Feb 1, 1944.
36328 (MSN 18849) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET974.  Shot down into sea by Bf 109s Apr 8, 1943.
36329 (MSN 18850) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET975.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36330 (MSN 18851) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA Kittyawk IA ET976.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
36331 (MSN 18852) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET977.  MIA near Benghazi Nov 18, 1942, presumably shot down
by Bf 110s.
36332 (MSN 18853) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA ET978.  MIA from bomber escort mission Aug 14, 1942
36333/36367 (MSN 11854/18888, ET979/EV113) to USSR Apr 1942
36368 (MSN 18888) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV114 Jul 1942.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
36369 (MSN 18890) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV115.  Mistakenly marked as ET1015.
36370 (MSN 18891) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV116.  Mistakenly marked as ET1016.  Crashed when abandoned
near El daba Oct 22, 1942 after being hit by flak
36371 (MSN 18892) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV117.  Mistakenly marked as ET1017.  
36372 (MSN 18893) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV118.  Mistakenly marked as ET1018.
36373 (MSN 18894) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV119.  Mistakenly marked as ET1019.
36374 (MSN 18895) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV120.  Mistakenly marked as ET1020.
36375 (MSN 18896) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV121.  Mistakenly marked as ET1021.  Crashlanded Aug 25, 1942.
36376 (MSN 18897) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV122.  Mistakenly marked as ET1022.  Spun into ground 6 mi
SE of Abu Sueir Nov 4, 1944.
36377 (MSN 18898) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV123.  Mistakenly marked as ET1023.  Destroyed by fire after
crashlanding on beach at Aboesi Aug 24, 1942.
36378 (MSN 18899) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV124.  Mistakenly marked as ET1024
36379 (MSN 18900) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV125.  Mistakenly marked as ET1025.
36380 (MSN 18901) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV126.  Mistakenly marked as ET1026
36381 (MSN 18902) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV127.  Mistakenly marked as ET1027.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when 
SS Siljesband was sunk by U156 
36382 (MSN 18903) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV128.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Siljesband was sunk by U156
36383 (MSN 18904) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV129.  Mistakenly marked as ET1029.  MIA from armed recon
mission Aug 29, 1942, presumably shot down by Bf 109s.  Also listed as being lost at sea enroute to
Middle East when SS Siljesband was sunk by U156.
36384 (MSN 18905) was to have gone to RAF as EV130, remained in USA.  Condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
36385 (MSN 18906, EV131) to New Zealand as NZ3039.  On static display at Museum of
Transportation and Technology, restored from components of different airframes,
including RNZAF NZ3039
36386 (MSN 18907) was to have gone to RAF as EV132, remained in USA.  condemned salvage Nov 25, 1944
36387 (MSN 18908) was to have gone to RAF as EV133, remained in USA.  condemned inventory Jun 30,1943
36388 (MSN 18909) was to have done to RAF as EV134, remained in USA.  wrecked Jun 5, 1942, Karachi AB, India in landing accident
36389 (MSN 18910) was to have gone to RAF as EV135, remained in USA.  condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
36390 (MSN 18911) to RAF as EV136.  Missing from training flight near Amriya Jan 5, 1943
36391 (MSN 18912) was to have gone to RAF as EV137, remained in USA.  condemned Jan 12, 1943
36392 (MSN 18913, EV138) to New Zealand as NZ3040.  In midair collision with Hawker Hind NZ1540 over Foxton 
Oct 23, 1943.
36393 (MSN 18914) was to have gone to RAF as EV139, remained in USA.  condemned Jun 30, 1943
36394 (MSN 18915) to RAF as EV140.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Siljesband was sunk by U156.
36395 (MSN 18916, EV141) to New Zealand as NZ3041.  Damaged during landing collision with NZ3008 at Ohakea Oct 5, 1943.
36396 (MSN 18917) was to have gone to RAF as EV142.  Diverted to USAAF.  Crashed Jun 13, 1942, Darwin, NT, Australia while
Reverse Lend-Lease with 49th FG.
36397 was to have gone to RAF as EV143, remained in USA.  condemned Jun 30, 1943
36398 was to have gone to RAF as EV144, remained in USA.  condemned salvage Nov 25, 1944
36399 was to have gone to RAF as EV145, remained in USA.  condemned salvage Nov 25, 1944
36400 was to have gone to RAF as EV146, remained in USA.  condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
36401 was to have gone to RAF as EV147, remained in USA.  condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
36402 was to have gone to RAF as EV148, remained in USA.  condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
36403 was to have gone to RAF as EV149, remained in USA.  condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
36404 was to have gone to RAF as EV150, remained in USA.  w/o at Deversoir (Abu Sultan),
Egypt Feb 15, 1945.  Condemned salvage Oct 20, 1945
36405 (MSN 18926) was to have gone to RAF as EV151, diverted to SAAF as 5001.  Crashed at
Stugrund Jan 25, 1944
36406 (MSN 18927) EV152) to New Zealand as NZ3042.
36407 (MSN 18928) was to have gone to RAF as EV153.  To SAAF as 5002.  SOC Feb 18, 1948
36408 (MSN 18929) was to have gone to RAF as EV154.  To SAAF as 5003.  SOC May 2, 1945
36409 (MSN 18930) was to have gone to RAF as EV155.  To SAAF as 5004.  SAOC Feb 18, 1948
36410 (MSN 18931, EV156) to New Zealand as NZ3043.  Sold to private user Mar 2, 1948. In storage with John 
Smith at Mapua.
36411 (MSN 18932) was to have gone to RAF as EV157.  To SAAF as 5005.  SOC May 2, 1945
36412 (MSN 18933) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV158.  MIA near El Hamma from ground attack mission Mar 27, 1943
36413 (MSN 18934 to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV159.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36414 (MSN 18935) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV160.  Damaged in accident Sep 1944
36415 (MSN 18936, EV161) to New Zealand as NZ3044.  Sold to private user Mar 2, 1948.
36416 (MSN 18937) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV162.  Wrecked when hit run on landing and undercarriage
collapsed, Berka Feb 26, 1943
36417 (MSN 18938) was to have gone to RAF as EV163.  To SAAF as 5006. Crashed at Unkomaas
Mar 30, 1944
36418 (MSN 18939) was to have gone to RAF as EV164.  To SAAF as 5007.  SOC Feb 18, 1949
36419 (MSN 18940) was to have gone to RAF as EV165.  To SAAF as 5008.  Crashed at
St Albans May 30,1944
36421 (MSN 18942) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV167.  Shot down Jul 3, 1942, North Africa, SOC from RAF
records Feb 1, 1944
36422 (MSN 18943) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV168.  Shot down Oct 27, 1942 from escort mission,
Fuka, North Africa.
36423 (MSN 18944) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV169.  Crashed on takeoff from LG.91 Sep 17, 1942.
36424 (MSN 18945) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV170.  Crashed when swung on takeoff and hit windsock,
Kasfareet Sep 1, 1942.
36425 (MSN 18946) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV171.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
36426/36459 (MSN 18947/18980, EV172/EV205) to USSR Apr 1942
36460 (MSN 18981) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV206.  Diverted to USAAF and transferred to China May 14, 1942
36461/36467 (MSN 18982/18988, EV207/EV213) to USSR Apr 1942			
36468 (MSN 18989) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV214.  Diverted to USAAF and transferred to China May 14, 1942
36469 (MSN 18990) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV215.  To China May 14, 1942
36470 (MSN 18991, EV216) to USSR Apr 1942
36471 (MSN 18992) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV217.  To China May 14, 1942
36472 (MSN 18993) to USSR Apr 1942
36473 (MSN 18994) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV219.  Shot down Oct 25, 1942, North Africa.  RAF records
say it was diverted elsewhere.
36474 (MSN 18995, EV220) retained in USA.  Wrecked at Pope Field, NC, pilot bailed out May 5, 1942
36475 (MSN 18996, EV221) retained in USA.  Wrecked at Orlando, FL.  SOC Aug 13, 1944.  To reclamation
and scrap at Punta Gordo AAF, FL Nov 13, 1945
36476 (MSN 18997, EV222) retained in USA.  Crashed at Greenwood, SC (50th FG) Oct 9, 1942.  To CL-26
Oct 16, 1942.
36477 (MSN 18998, EV223) retained in USA.  Crashed at Orlando, FL (50th FG) Dec 5, 1942.  Surveyed Apr 15, 1944
36478 (MSN 18999, EV224) retained in USA.  Midair collision with another aircraft Dec 5, 1942.
36479 (MSN 19000, EV225) retained in USA.  In belly landing at Orlando, FL Jun 12, 1942.  50th FG
36480 (MSN 19001, EV226) retained in USA.  Crashed into sea May 12, 1942, pilot bailed out.  50th FG
36481 (MSN 19002, EV227) retained in USA.  Crashed into woods near Richmond, VA May 4, 1942.  50th FG
36482 (MSN 19003, EV228) retained in USA.  SOC Aug 13, 1944.  To reclamation/scrap Mar 20, 1942 
36483 (MSN 19004, EV229) retained in USA.  SOC Aug 13, 1944.  To reclamation/scrap at
Punta Gordo AAF, FL Mar 17, 195.  Now owned by Charles Nichols as N40245 and on
display at Yanks Air Museum, CA.
36484 (MSN 19005, EV230) retained in USA.  Wrecked near Pope Field, NC May 4, 1942.  50th PG
36485 (MSN 19006, EV231) retained in USA.  Crashed into Lake Darr, FL Jul 25, 1942.  50th FG.  Pilot and
aircraft never recovered.
36486 (MSN 19007, EV232) retained in USA.  Wrecked at Chatsworth, GA Jun 5, 1942 when attempted to
takeoff on plowed field.  50th PG.  To CL-26 at Lincoln Tech School, NB Aug 13, 1942
36487 (MSN 19008, EV233) retained in USA.  Crashed at Orlando, FL Aug 24, 1942.  50th FG
36488 (MSN 19009, EV234) retained in USA.  Crashed at Chatsworth, GA Jun 5, 1942.  Pilot killed.  50th PG
36489 (MSN 19010, EV235) retained in USA.  Emergency crash landing due to propeller failure Aloe AAB 
May 13, 1943.  SOC May 24, 1943.
36490 (MSN 19011, EV236) retained in USA.  Condemned Dec 22, 1944.
36491 (MSN 19012, EV237) retained in USA.  Condemned Aug 13, 1943.  To CL-26 at Globe Stark Vocational
School, AZ Jun 20, 1945
36492 (MSN 19013, EV238) to China May 14, 1942
36493 (MSN 19014, EV239) to China May 14, 1942
36494 (MSN 19015, EV240) retained in USA.  Ground looped at Luke Field, AZ Jul 6, 1943 and wrecked.
Surveyed Jul 22, 1943
36495 (MSN 19016, EV241) retained in USA.  Crashed at Luke Field, AZ Jun 15, 1943.  Surveyed Oct 23, 1943
36496 (MSN 19017, EV242) retained in USA.  Salvaged at McKellar Field Jul 1, 1945.
36497 (MSN 19018, EV243) to China May 14, 1942
36498 (MSN 19019, EV244) to China May 14, 1942
36499 (MSN 19020, EV245) retained in USA.  Wrecked on landing at Groton, CT Jun 1, 1942.  To CL-26 Jul 24, 1942.
36500 (MSN 19021, EV246) retained in USA.  Salvaged at Yuma, AZ Nov 10, 1943
36501 (MSN 19022, EV247) retained in USA.  Wrecked at Hitchcock Lake, Wolcott City, CT Jun 25, 1942.
SOC Aug 11, 1942.
36502 (MSN 19023, EV248) to China May 14, 1942
36503 (MSN 19024, EV249) to China May 14, 1942
36504 (MSN 19025, EV250) retained in USA.  Collided with another aicraft on takeoff at Hillgrove AAB, RI
Dec 27, 1942.
36505 (MSN 19026, EV251) retained in USA.  Struck by 41-36516 on landing at Providence, RI Jul 8, 1942.
36506 (MSN 19027, EV252) surveyed at Warner Robbins Field, GA Jul 7, 1943
36507 (MSN 19028, EV253) to China May 14, 1942
36508 (MSN 19029, EV254) to China May 14, 1942
36509 (MSN 19030, EV255) spun in during landing Bedford, MA May 26, 1942.  Pilot killed
36510 (MSN 19031, EV256) condemned at Westover Field Jan 11, 1943
36511 (MSN 19032, EV257) wrecked in takeoff accident at Gila Bend AAF, AZ Dec 7, 1943 while being flown by pilot
from Chinese AF
36512 (MSN 19033, EV258) to China May 14, 1942
36513 (MSN 19034, EV259) to China May 14, 1942
36514 (MSN 19035, EV260) surveyed at Bradley Field, CT May 21, 1943
36515 (MSN 19036, EV261) wrecked at Luke Field when overran strip folling ground collision with another
aircraft while being flown by pilot from Chinese AF May 1943
36516 (MSN 19037, EV262) wrecked at Phoenix, AZ Jun 28, 1943 while being flown by Chinese AF pilot.
36517 (MSN 19038, EV263) to China May 14, 1942
36518 (MSN 19039) to RAF as EV264, but diverted to USAAF.  (25th FS, 51st FG) MIA Oct 17, 1943, China.  MACR 984
36519 (MSN 19040, EV265) to China May 14, 1942
36520 (MSN 19041) to RAF as ET266, but diverted to USAAF.  
Wrecked at Foster Field, TX Sep 3, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
36521 (MSN 19042, ET267) wrecked near East Hartford, CT Aug 17, 1942.  Pilot killed.
36522 (MSN 19043, ET268) to RFC at McKellar Field Feb 21, 1945
36523 (MSN 19044, EV269) to China May 14, 1942
36524 (MSN 19045, EV270) to China May 14, 1942
36525 (MSN 19046, EV271) to CL-26 at Yuma AAF, AZ Jul 25, 1943
36526 (MSN 19047, EV272) to USSR May 1942
36527 (MSN 19048, EV273) to USSR May 1942
36528 (MSN 19049, EV274) to China May 14, 1942
36529/36548 (MSN 19050/19069, EV275/EV294) to USSR Aug 1942
36549 (MSN 19070) to RAF as EV295.  Diverted to USAAF, 49th PG, 9th PS  
36550/36551 (MSN 19071/19072, EV296/EV297) to USSR Aug 1942
36552 (MSN 19073, EV298) condemned aerial combat Jun 17, 1942
36553/36559 (MSN 19074/19008, EV299/EV305) to USSR Aug 1942.
36560 (MSN 19075, EV306) to RAF as EV306.  To USSR Aug 1942
36561/36568 (MSN 19076/19089, EV307/EV314) to USSR Aug 1942
36569 (MSN 19090) to RAF as EV315.  Ditched in sea near LG18 North Africa Oct 20, 1942.
36570 (MSN 19091) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV316.  Crashed near Amriya Jan 5, 1943
36571 (MSN 19092) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV317.  Shot down Oct 26, 1942 near El-Alamein
36572 (MSN 19093) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV318
36573 (MSN 19094) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV319.  Lost Oct 25, 1942
36574 (MSN 19095) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV320.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36575 (MSN 19096) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV321.  Lost Oct 9, 1942
36576 (MSN 19097) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV322.  Missing SW of El Alamein Sep 15, 1942.
Presumably shot down by Bf 109s.
36577 (MSN 19098) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV323.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36578 (MSN 19099) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV324.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
36579 (MSN 19100) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV325.  Shot down by Bf 109s near Tobruk Nov 10, 1942
36580 (MSN 19101) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV326.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
36581 (MSN 19102) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV327.  SOC Dec 28, 1944
36582 (MSN 19103) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV328.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36583 (MSN 19104) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV329.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36584 (MSN 19105) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV330.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
36585 (MSN 19106) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV331.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36586 (MSN 19107) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV332.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36587 (MSN 19108) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV333.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36588 (MSN 19109) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV334.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36589 (MSN 19110) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV335.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36590 (MSN 19111) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV336.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36591 (MSN 19112) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV337.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36592 (MSN 19113) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV338.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Gazcon sunk by Japanese submarine I-29
36593 (MSN 19114) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV339.  Missing near Mersa Matruh during 
delivery flight Apr 4, 1943.
36594 (MSN 19115) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV340.  Spun into ground at LG.91 during combat
practice
36595 (MSN 19116) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV341.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Dalfram sunk by U181.  Also
listed as going to SAAF as 5019 and SOC May 2, 1945.  This
contradicts the RAF record of being lost at sea.
36596 (MSN 19117) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV342.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36597 (MSN 19118) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV343.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Dalfram sunk by U181.  Also
listed as going to SAAF as 5017 and converted to synthetic
trainer and reserialled IS324.  This contradicts the RAF
record of being lost at sea.
36598 (MSN 19119) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV344.  SOC Feb 1, 1944.
36599 (MSN 19120) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV345.  Shot down Sep 15, 1942, SW of El-Alamein, North Africa
36600 (MSN 19121) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV346.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36601 (MSN 19122) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV347.  SOC Feb 1, 1944.
36602 (MSN 19123) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV348.  SOC Jul 1, 1943
36603 (MSN 19124) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV349.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36604 (MSN 19125) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV350.  DBR Jan 14, 1944.
36605 (MSN 19126) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV351.  Lost Sep 11, 1942
36606 (MSN 19127) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV352.  To ground instructional airframe with 
serial 4380M.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
36607 (MSN 19128) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV353.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Dalfram sunk by U181.  Also
listed as going to SAAF as 5018 and SOC Feb 18, 1948.  This contradicts the RAF record of being lost at sea
36608 (MSN 19129) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV354.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Dalfram sunk by U181.  Also
listed as going to SAAF as 5020 and SOC Feb 18, 1948.  This contradicts the RAF record of being lost at sea.
36609 (MSN 19130) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV355.  Shot down Nov 3, 1942 by Bf 109s
36610 (MSN 19131) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV356.  Shot down near Gambut by Bf 109s Nov 11, 1942
36611 (MSN 19132) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV357.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Dalfram sunk by U181.  Also
listed as going to SAAF as 5021 and crashed at Isipingo Oct 4, 1943.  This contradicts the RAF record of 
being lost at sea.
36612 (MSN 19133) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV358.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East when SS Dalfram sunk by U181.  Also listed
as going to SAAF as 5022, crashed near Umbabula Sep 21, 1943.  This contradicts the RAF record of being lost at sea.
36613 (MSN 19134) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV359.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36614 (MSN 19135) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV360.  Shot down by flak off Bomba Nov 13, 1942
36615 (MSN 19136) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV361.  Missing Oct 20, 1942, presumably shot down
by enemy fighters
36616 (MSN 19137) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV362.  SOC Feb 1, 1944. 
36617 (MSN 19138) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV363.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36618 (MSN 19139) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV364.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36619 (MSN 19140) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV365.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36620 (MSN 19141) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV366.  Crashed after being abandoned by pilot
near El Alamein Sep 1, 1942 following damage by Bf 109s
36621 (MSN 19142) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV367.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36622 (MSN 19143) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV368.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
36623 (MSN 19144) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV369.  DBR Jul 14, 1944
36624/36673 (MSN 19145/19194, EV370/EV419) to USSR Jun 1942
36674 (MSN 19195) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV420.  SOC Oct 1, 1943.  
36675 (MSN 19196) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV421.  SOC in Middle East Feb 1, 1944.  
36676 (MSN 19197) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV422.  SOC in Middle East Feb 1, 1944.  
36677 (MSN 19198) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV423.  SOC Mar 26, 1943.  
36678 (MSN 19199) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV424.  SOC in Middle East Feb 1, 1944. 
36679 (MSN 19200) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV425.  
36680 (MSN 19201) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV426.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36681 (MSN 19202) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV427.  SOC Feb 22, 1945.
36682 (MSN 19203) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV428.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
36683 (MSN 19204) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV429.  SOC Feb 1, 1944
36684 (MSN 19205) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV430.  MIA from ground attack mission Mar 26, 1943.
36685 (MSN 19206) to RAF as Kittyhawk IA EV431.
36686/36803 (MSN 19207/19324, EV432/EV549) to USSR
36804/36830 (MSN 19325/19351, EV550/EV576) to China Jun 26, 1942.
36831/36953(MSN 19352/19474, EV577/EV699) to USSR Jun 23, 1942
36843 (MSN 19364) recovered from crash site, Murmansk, Russia in 1992.  Shipped to Georgia for restoration
1992-1995.  Shipped to Australia 1997 for restoration to airworthy.
36905 diverted to USAAF.  Crashlanded Feb 1942.	

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