USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria: 42-104700
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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
42-104429 ... 42-104828 (EXACT MATCH)
Curtiss P-40N-1-CU Warhawk
MSN 28191/28590
104429 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 6, 1945
104430 surveyed Jul 25, 1944
104431 condemned Sep 17, 1943
104432 condemned Jun 5, 1944
104433 condemned Dec 31, 1944
104434 condemned Feb 4, 1944
104435 condemned May 5, 1944
104436 (23rd FG, 74th FS) shot down by AAA at Changteh, China 
Dec 4, 1943.  MACR 11970.  Pilot returned.
104437 condemned Dec 10, 1943
104438 condemned Feb 16, 1944
104439/104487 were to go to RAF as FS270/FS318 but
were diverted to USSR Mar 1943.
104488 to RCAF as 855 Jun 10, 1943.
104489/104491 were to go to RAF as FS320/FS322 but
were diverted to USSR Apr 1943
104492 was to go to RAF as FS319, but was diverted to USSR
104493/104507 were to go to RAF as FS323/FS337 but 
were diverted to USSR Apr 1943
104508 to RCAF as 854 Jun 4, 1943
104509/104527 were to have gone to RAF as FS338/FS356,
but were diverted to USSR Apr 1943
104528 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 3, 1945
104529/104547 were to have gone to RAF as FS357/FS375, but
were diverted to USSR Apr 1943
104548 to RCAF as 848 May 5, 1943
104549/104567 were to have gone to RAF as FS376/FS394 but
were diverted to USSR Apr 1943
104568 to RCAF as 846 May 1, 1943
104569/104573 were to have gone to RAF as FS395/FS399 but
were diverted to USSR Apr 1943
104574 to China Dec 26, 1945.
104575 condemned Nov 6 1943
104576/104579 diverted to China Dec 26, 1945
104580 condemed for salvage Dec 9, 1945
104581 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104582 condemned Mar 13, 1944
104583 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104584 condemned for salvage Jan 9, 1945.
104585 condemned Sep 27, 1943
104586 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104587 condemned for salvage Oct 22, 1944
104588 to RCAF as 849 Aug 31, 1943
104589 condemned for salvage Jun 19, 1945.
104590 condemned for salvage Aug 24, 1944
104591 condemned Oct 28, 1944
104592 condemned for salvage Nov 25, 1944
104593 condemned for salvage Nov 11, 1943
104594 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104595 condemned Oct 22, 1943
104596 condemned Oct 22, 1943
104597 condemned as destroyed Dec 22, 1944
104598 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104599 condemned for salvage Dec 31, 1945
104600 condemned due to crash Nov 18, 1944.
104601 (80th FG) lost in China Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1083
104602 condemned to salvage Apr 20, 1944
104603 condemned Apr 20, 1944
104604 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104605 (80th FG, 89th FS) shot down by Japanese Oscar at
Myitkyina, China Dec 28, 1943.  MACR 1647.  Pilot
returned.  Aircraft condemned Oct 4, 1944
104606 condemned Dec 4, 1943
104607 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104608 to RAF as AL171, then to RCAF in May 1943 as 1084, then to civil registry as N62435.  There is a problem
here since AL171 was a Kittyhawk I MSN 18815 with no previous USAAF identity, sent to Canada.
N62435 is quoted by the FAA as a P-40E MSN 28370.  Curtiss Aircraft has this as being former RCAF 847.
MSN 28370 would be 42-104608
104609 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104610 condemned as MIA Oct 22, 1944
104611 condemned Mar 30, 1944
104612 condemned for salvage Oct 4, 1944
104613 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104614 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104615 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104616 condemned Nov 3, 1943
104617 condemned as excess inventory Nov 30, 1945
104618 (23rd FG) MIA 10/30/1944, China
104619 civerted to China Dec 28, 1945
104620 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104621 condemned May 29, 1943
104622 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104623 condemned Dec 9, 1944
104624 condemned May 29, 1943
104625 condemned Jan 28, 1944
104626 condemed for salvage Oct 13, 1945
104627 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104628 crashed at Buffalo Apt, NY during low-altitude aerobatics May 16, 1943.  Pilot killed.
104629 wrecked in USA May 1, 1943
104630 condemned as MIA Sep 24, 1944
104631 condemned May 29, 1943
104632 condemned Mov 6, 1943
104633 condemned as excess inventory Dec 31 1943
104634 to RAAF as A29-420 Jul 1943.  Damaged in taxiing accident at Nadzab Jan 1944,
converted to components
104635 condemned May 29, 1943
104636 condemned Jan 25, 1944
104637 condemned May 29, 1943
104639 condemned May 29, 1943
104640 diverted to China
104641 condemned May 29, 1943
104642 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104643 condemned May 29, 1943
104644 condemned May 29, 1943
104645 condemned May 29, 1943
104646 condemned Dec 15, 1943
104647 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104648 to RCAF as 853 Jun 1943
104649 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104650 condemned due to enemy action Oct 28, 1944
104651 condemned for salvage Dec 9, 1945
104652 condemned for salvage Jul 28, 1944
104653 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
104654 condemned as MIA Sep 30, 1944
104655 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104656 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104657 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104658 condemned Jul 14, 1943
104659 to RAAF as A29-434 Jul 1943.  Ditched at sea May 13, 1944.
Pilot picked up the next day. 
104660 to RAAF as A29-421 Jul 1943.  Collided with another
parked Kittyhawk at end of Tadji strip while landing
May 13, 1944.  W/o Jul 21, 1944.
104661 to RAAF as A29-422 Jul 1943.  Stored at Oakey Qld Oct 18, 1945
and w/o there Nov 19, 1946
104662 to RAAF as A29-423 Jul 1943.  crashed at Curlwaa NSW Apr 1, 1945
after failed to pull out of dive in time.  Converted to
components Apr 4, 1945.
104663 to RAAF as A29-424 Jul 1943.  Overshot landing at New Britain
and went over an embankment Mar 19, 1944.
104664 to RAAF as A29-425 Jul 1943.  Crashed on landing at Cyclops
strip at Hollandia May 21, 1944.  Pilot not seriously
injured but aircraft was w/o.
104665 to RAAF as A29-426 Jul 1943.  Stored Nov 12, 1945 and
w/o Nov 19, 1946.
104666 to RAAF as A29-427 Jul 1943.  Crashed during forced landing
at Cape Gloucester Mar 14, 1944.  Pilot slightly injured but
aircraft was w/o.
104667 to RAAF as A29-428 Jul 1943.  Ditched near Cape Gloucester Mar 26, 1944.
104668 to RCAF as 850.  Surplused at Patricia Bay AB, Vancouver Island.  Sold to private user Sep 27, 1947.
104669 to RAAF as A29-429 Jul 1943.  Damaged on landing at Parkes strip
Jul 25, 1945.  Went to storage Nov 26, 1945, and authorized
for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
104670 to RAAF as A29-430 Jul 1943.  Converted to components
after being damaged on landing at Vivigani strip Oct 21, 1943
104671 to RAAF as A29-431 Jul 1943.  To storage Nov 8, 1945 and
authorized for w/o in 1946
104672 to RAAF as A29-432 Jul 1943.  MIA Oct 10, 1944.
104673 to RAAF as A29-433 Jul 1943.  Crashed Aug 20, 1944
on landing at Middleburg Is strip.
104674 to RAAF as A29-473 Aug 1943.  Used as target aircraft Aug 22, 1947,
approval given for w/o Aug 26, 1947.
104675 to RAAF as A29-474 Aug 1943.  To Storage, Nov 19, 1946 authorized
for w/o.
104676 to RAAF as A29-475 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104677 to RAAF as A29-476 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104678 to RAAF as A29-477 Aug 1943.  Hit by landing A29-587 Aug 11, 1944.
104679 to RAAF as A29-478 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104680 to RAAF as A29-479 Aug 1943.  Went missing on flight between
Gove and Horn Island Mar 23, 1944.
104681 to RAAF as A29-480 Aug 1943. w/o in crash at Breddan airstrip Jan 1945.
104682 to New Zealand as NZ3120.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 25 June 1943. 
Coded "J". To No.18 Squadron. Crashed into St. Georges Channel on 5 February 1944. The aircraft was shot down by an enemy 
fighter during an escort sortie.
104683 to New Zealand as NZ3121.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 25 June 1943. 
Coded "K". To No.17 Squadron. Crashed into sea near Cape Gazelle on 9 January 1944. The aircraft was shot down by an enemy 
fighter during an escort sortie.
104684 to New Zealand as NZ3122. Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 25 June 1943. 
Coded "A".   Crashed into sea near New Georgia on 14 November 1943.
104685 to New Zealand as NZ3123.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 25 June 1943. 
Coded "H". To No.17 Squadron. Crashed into sea near Cape Gazelle on 9 January 1944. The aircraft was shot down by an enemy 
fighter during an escort sortie. 
104686 to New Zealand as NZ3124.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 25 June 1943. 
Coded "B".   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
104687 (MSN 28449) to New Zealand as NZ3125.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 25 June 1943. 
To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.   Registered Apr 6, 1996 as ZK-ZOC.  Airworthy.
Registered Sep 21, 2006 to Arthur Pipe & Steel Australia P/L as VH-ZOC
104688 to RCAF as 852 May 1943
104689 to New Zealand as NZ3126.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "C".   To No.18 Squadron.   Crashed into St. Georges Channel on 5 February 1944. The aircraft was shot down by an enemy 
fighter during an escort sortie. 
104690 to New Zealand as NZ3127.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943.  
Coded "V".   To No.18 Squadron.   Crashed into the sea in Kabanga Bay on 9 February 1944.  The aircraft was shot down by an 
enemy fighter during an escort sortie. It dived into the sea on fire from a height of about 900 feet.
104691 to New Zealand as NZ3128.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "D".   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
104692 to New Zealand as NZ3129.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "E".   Lost at sea off New Georgia on 9 November 1943.
104693 to New Zealand as NZ3130.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "F".    To No.19 Squadron.   Disappeared on a ferry flight from Guadalcanal to Espiritu Santo on 24 April 1944.  
The aircraft was part of a flight of 18 aircraft which flew into a large cumulus cloud during the trip. The aircraft were split up 
and NZ3130 was not seen again. 
104694 to New Zealand as NZ3131.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. Coded "G". 
To No.15 Squadron.   Overturned on landing at Guadalcanal on 27 September 1943 as a result of damage caused by enemy action.
104695 to New Zealand as NZ3132.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943.
Crashed in sea off New Georgia on 20 November 1943.
104696 to New Zealand as NZ3133.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943.  Coded "U". 
Involved in taxying accident at New Georgia on 1 January 1944.  Struck off on 31 January 1944.
104697 to New Zealand as NZ3134.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "L".  To No.17 Squadron.  Crashed during a fighter sweep by 48 aircraft over Rabaul on 24 December 1943. 
The aircraft were attacked by enemy fighters and NZ3134 was one of 5 RNZAF P-40s which failed to return from the mission.
104698 to New Zealand as NZ3135.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "I".   To No.17 Squadron.   Crashed during a fighter sweep by 48 aircraft over Rabaul on 24 December 1943. 
The aircraft were attacked by enemy fighters and NZ3135 crashed near Gavutu Island.
104699 to New Zealand as NZ3136.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "M".   To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948
104700 to New Zealand as NZ3137.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "N".   To No.18 Squadron.   Dived into the sea near the Warangoi River mouth on 13 February 1944. The aircraft was on 
an escort duty when it was shot down by an enemy fighter.
104701 to New Zealand as NZ3138.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "O" and "F".   Struck off at New Georgia on 31 January 1944 while with No.4 SU.
104702 to New Zealand as NZ3139.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 8 July 1943. 
Coded "X".   Crashed in sea off Bougainville on 8 March 1944.
104703 to RAAF as A29-481 Aug 1943.  Forced landing at Bohle River Oct 16, 1945, converted
to components.
104704 to RAAF as A29-482 Aug 1943.  Ditched off SE corner of Anoes Is
May 27, 1944.  
104705 to RAAF as A29-483 Aug 1943.  To storage Oct 18, 1945, authorized
for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104706 to RAAF as A29-484 Aug 1943.  In midair collision with
A29-460 Jul 4, 1945 and both planes force landed.  To
storage Jul 11, 1945, authorized Nov 19, 1946 for w/o.
104707 to RAAF as A29-485 Aug 1943.  To storage Dec 13, 1945,
authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
104708 to RAAF as A29-486 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
104709 to RAAF as A29-487 Aug 1943.  MIA near Kai Island Oct 14, 1944.
104710 to RAAF as A29-488 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104711 to RAAF as A29-489 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 29, 1946
104712 to RAAF as A29-490 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104713 to RAAF as A29-491 Aug 1943.  Feb 10, 1944 landed at Laverton, VIC
after a fire.
104714 to RAAF as A29-492 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104715 to RAAF as A29-493 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104716 to RAAF as A29-494 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104717 to RAAF as A29-495 Aug 1943.  Burned at Piva North Bougainville Feb 1946.
104718 to RAAF as A29-496 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104719 to RAAF as A29-497 Aug 1943.  Authorized for W/o Nov 19, 1946
104720 to RAAF as A29-498 Aug 1943.  Force landed near Aitkenvale, QLD, Australia Nov 28, 1943.
104721 to RAAF as A29-499 Aug 1943.  Crashed while landing at Cape Gloucester,
New Britain Apr 14, 1944.
104722 to RAAF as A29-500 Aug 1943.  To storage Mar 11, 1946.  Sold Mar 2, 1955
to R. H. Grant Holding Company
104723 to RAAF as A29-501 Aug 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104724 to RAAF as A29-502 Aug 1943.  Authorized for conversion to
components Nov 19, 1946.
104725 to RAAF as A29-443 Aug 1943.  Crashed Mar 16, 1945, converted to components.
104726 to RAAF as A29-444 Aug 1943.  Forced to belly land 15 mi From
Nadzab strip Mar 6, 1944.  Converted to components.
104727 to RAAF as A29-445 Aug 1943.  To storage Jul 23, 1945 and
authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104728 to RAAF as A29-446 Aug 1943.  Crashed at Bohle River airstrip Apr 8, 1945.  Recovered from airstrip
and underwent restoration to airworthy
104729 to RAAF as A29-447 Aug 1943.  To storage Nov 30, 1945, authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946
104730 (MSN 28492) to RAAF as A29-448 8/43.  Crashlanded at Tadji Strip, PNG May 1944.  Fuselage used
in field rebuild of A29-1050.  Crash-landed at Tadji 5/44 and abandoned.  
Recovered from PNG in 1974 and taken to New Zealand where it is
restored to flying condition as ZK-CAG, and flown as RAAF A29-448.
104731 to RAAF as A29-449 Aug 1943.  Collided on landing with A29-470
Oct 21, 1943.  
104732 to RAAF as A29-450 Aug 1943.  W/o Nov 19, 1946.
104733 to RAAF as A29-451 Aug 1943.  Crashlanded on the beach
30 mi S of Jesselton, North Borneo Oct 16, 1945
104734 to RAAF as A29-452 Aug 1943.  Ditched at sea 1 mi off
the shore at Borgen Bay, Cape Gloucester Mar 22, 1944.
104735 to RAAF as A29-453 Aug 1943.  Struck by another aircraft
landing at Tadji strip May 24, 1944.  Converted to components
Jul 31, 1944.
104736 to RAAF as A29-454 Aug 1943.  Crashlanded at Newton strip at Nadzab Feb 12, 1944.
104737 to RAAF as A29-455 Aug 1943.  Crashed at Camden NSW, Australia Sep 30, 1943.
104738 to RAAF as A29-456 Aug 1943.  To storage Nov 15, 1945 and authorized for w/o Nov 19, 1946.
104739 to RAAF as A29-457 Aug 1943.  Crashed at sea after being hit by AAA Jul 9, 1944.  Pilot KIA. 
104740 to RAAF as A29-458 Aug 1943. Crashed on takeoff at Kamiri airstrip Jan 12, 1945.
Converted to components.
104741 to RAAF as A29-459 Aug 1943.  W/o Nov 19, 1946.
104742 to RAAF as A29-460 Aug 1943.  To storage Oct 17, 1945.  Authorized for W/o. Nov 19, 1946.
104743 to New Zealand as NZ3140.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "P".   To No.17 Squadron.   Crashed during a fighter sweep by 48 aircraft over Rabaul on 24 December 1943. 
The aircraft were attacked by enemy fighters and NZ3140 was one of 5 RNZAF P-40s which failed to return from the mission.
104744 to New Zealand as NZ3141.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943.
To No.4 OTU, Ohakea. Major damage to fin and rudder after Mid-air collision with NZ3089 over Woodbourne on 19 October 1943. 
Aircraft later repaired.  Mid-air collision with NZ3110 during a formation practice flight on 21 March 1945. The aircraft dived into 
the ground about 5 miles from Ohakea.
104745 to New Zealand as NZ3142.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "C".   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948. 
104746 to New Zealand as NZ3143.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
104747 to New Zealand as NZ3144.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "S".    Lost at sea as a result of enemy action during operations on 12 December 1943.
104748 to RCAF as 851.
104749 to New Zealand as NZ3145.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "T".   Crashed at Bougainville on 17 December 1943.
104750 to New Zealand as NZ3146.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
104751 to New Zealand as NZ3147.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
To No.16 Squadron.   Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
104752 to New Zealand as NZ3148. Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "G".   To No.18 Squadron.   The first aircraft to be named "GLORIA LYONS".   Damaged in crash landing at Torokina on 
09 February 1944. The engine failed just prior to landing and the aircraft missed the runway, hitting a mound of earth and somersaulting.
104753 to New Zealand as NZ3149.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 27 July 1943. 
Coded "80".  Taxying accident at Bougainville on 28 January 1944.  Struck off at Bougainville on 2 February 1944.
104754 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT849 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104755 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT850 May 1943. Spun into ground during
attack on factory, Aulla Apr 9, 1945
104756 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT851 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104757 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT852 May 1943.  SOC May 31, 1945
104758 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT853 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104759 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT854 May 1943.  No record of fate.
104760 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT855 May 1943. Crashed at Venice
Mar 21, 1945 after pilot bailed out following flak hit
104761 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT856 May 1943.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
104762 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT857 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104763 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT858 May 1943.  Shot down by flak
while attacking railway at Caserta Feb 21, 1945
104764 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT859 May 1943.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
104765 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT860 May 1943.  Force landed south
of Ferrara Mar 18, 1945 following flak hit.
104766 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT861 May 1943.  DBR in accident
Jul 9, 1944
104767 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT862 May 1943.  Destroyed by fire
at Bari Mar 28, 1944 after hitting ground and overturning
when engine failed on takeoff
104768 Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. Returned to USAAF Feb 1944.
104769 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT863 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104770 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT864 May 1943.  Missing near Cesena
Oct 13, 1944, presumably shot down by flak
104771 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT865 May 1943. Crashed after colliding
with Kittyhawk FT882 (42-104789) in circuit, Cervia Mar 9, 1945
104772 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT866 May 1943.  Crashed during ground
attack mission Jun 19, 1944 after pilot bailed out following
flak hit.
104773 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT867 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104774 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT868 May 1943.  SOC Mar 16, 1946
104775 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT869 May 1943.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
104776 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT870 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104777 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT871 May 1943.  SOC May 1945
104778 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT872 May 1943.  Missing Mar 2, 1945
104779 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT873 May 1943.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
104780 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT874 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104781 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT875 May 1943.  Crashed into sea 3 mi N of
Rimini Sep 26, 1944 after pilot abandoned aircraft
104782 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT876 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104783 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT877 May 1943.  DBR when bellylanded at Lesi
Oct 3, 1944 after engine lost power on takeoff
104784 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT878 May 1943.  Missing Sep 5, 1944
104785 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT879 May 1943.  Crashed N of Forli Nov 7, 1944
after pilot abandoned aircraft when it caught fire during attack
104786 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT880 May 1943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
104787 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT881 May 1943.  Crashed SE of Ljubljana Nov 19, 944
after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit while attacking train.
104788 Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb44.  converted to TP-40N.  w/o in landing accident with 2138 AAFBU at 
Craig Field, AL Jun 8, 1945.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 18, 1945
104789 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT882 May 1943.  Crashed after colliding with
Kittyhawk FT865 (42-104771) in circuit at Cervia Mar 9, 1945
104790 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT883 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5053.
SOC Feb 10,1948.
104791 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT884 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5054.
Crashed at Hartbeespoort Dec 4, 1943
104792 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT885 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5058.
SOC Feb 10, 1948
104793 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT886 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5059.
SOC Feb 10, 1948
104794 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT887 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5051.
SOC Feb 10, 1948
104795 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT888 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5046.
SOC Feb 10, 1948
104796 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT889 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5057.
SOC Feb 10, 1948
104797 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT890 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5052.
SOC Feb 10, 1948
104798 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT891 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5048.
SOC Feb 10, 1948.
104799 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT892 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5049.
SOC Feb 10, 1948.
104800 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT893 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5050.
SOC Feb 10, 1948.
104801 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT894 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5055.
SOC Feb 10, 1948.
104802 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT895 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5045.
SOC Feb 10, 1948.
104803 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT896 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5056.
SOC Feb 10, 1948
104804 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT897 May 1943.  No RAF service, delivered to SAAF as 5047.
Crashed at Swartkop Dec 17, 1943
104805 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT898 May 1943.  No RAF service, was to be delivered to SAAF
but lost at sea enroute.
104806 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT899 May 1943.  No RAF service, was to be delivered to SAAF
but lost at sea enroute
104807 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT900 May 1943.  No RAF service, was to be delivered to SAAF
but lost at sea enroute
104808 Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May43 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb 1944.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 18, 1945.
104809/104812 to RAF as Kittyhawk IV FT901/FT904  No RAF service, were to be delivered to SAAF
but lost at sea enroute
104813 to RAAF as A29-400 Jun 1943  Stored Nov 8, 1945 and w/o.
104814 to RAAF as A29-401 Jun 1943.  Shot down off Biak Jun 3, 1944.  Pilot KIA
104815 to RAAF as A29-402 Jun 1943. Crashed Jun 26, 1944 at
Cyclops strip Hollandia.  Pilot killed.
104816 to RAAF as A29-403.   Scrapped Feb 4, 1946.
104817 to RAAF as A20-404.  Ditched Jul 2, 1944 near Podena.
Pilot was picked up Jul 7, 1944.
104818 (MSN 28580) to RAAF as A29-405 July 1943.  Damaged in collision with A29-413 in Papua New Guinea Aug 14, 1943.  
Marked as HU-S.  Fuselage used in field rebuild of A29-1068.  Damaged in collision at Tadji Strip, PNG 
Apr 1944 and abandoned.  Recovered in 1974 and currently being restored.
104819 to RAAF as A29-406 Jul 1943.   Converted to
components Sep 5, 1943 after being involved in an accident
Aug 26, 1943 at Narellan NSW.
104820 to RAAF as A29-407 Jul 1943.   Collided with A29-571 Aug 9, 1944
and crashed into the jungle SE of Cape Sawasar, killing
the pilot.
104821 to RAAF as A29-408 Jul 1943.  In forced landing Sep 8, 1945
7 mi N of Wagga Wagga NSW.  W/o Sep 19, 1946.
104822 to RAAF as A29-409 Jul 1943.  In belly landing
7 m;i N of Wagga Aug 8, 1945.  SOC Nov 1948.
104823 to RAAF as A29-410 Jul 1943.  Crashed near Cyclops Jun 1944.  Pilot bailed out.
104824 to RAAF as A29-411 Jul 1943.  Caught fire after undercarriage
collapsed Nov 7, 1943.
104825 to RAAF as A29-412 Jul 1943.  Ran off strip at Bougainville Sep 13, 1945.
Scrapped at Bougainville Feb 4, 1946
104826 to RAAF as A29-413 Jul 1943.  Pilot bailed out after collision
with A29-405 Aug 14, 1943.  
104827 (MSN 28589) to RAAF as A29-414 Jul 1943. Named "Come In Suckers!".  Crashed on landing at Tadji 
airstrip Apr 25, 1944 and burst into flames.  Pilot uninjured.
Recovered from Tadji during 2001.  Registered Feb 19, 2009 to Pioneer Aero Restorations Ltd of
Ardmore as ZK-VWC.  Made first flight after restoration in New Zealand
Apr 23, 2009.  Destined for Vintage Wings of Canada. Registered May 19, 2009 as
C-FVWC. 
104828 (MSN 18590) Lend-Lease to The Netherlands May 1943 for use at the Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at Jackson, MS. 
Returned to USAAF Feb44.

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