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Serial Number Criteria: 43-48308
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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
43-48263 ... 43-48562 (EXACT MATCH)
Douglas C-47B-1-DK
MSN 25524/25823 (originally allocated MSN 14079/14378)
48263 (MSN 25524) to Navy as R4D-6 17249. 
48265 (MSN 22526) on civil registry as N111BC, XA-KAF, TI-AQL
48266 (MSN 25527) to RAF.  To civil registry as N10005.  Reported
substantially damaged at Walworth, WI Aug 3, 2008.
48267 (MSN 14083/25528) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 348257, for service in French Indo China.  Mar 27, 1954 written 
off (DBR) by artillery fire while under repair at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam. French Indo China.
48268 (MSN 25529) lost Sep 24, 1944.  MACR 8946
48269 (MSN 25530) to MASDC.  To Air International Corporation Mar 26, 1965, MAP for Dominican Republic.
48270 (MSN 25531) to US civil registry as N86435.  To Spanish AF as T.3-30
48271 (MSN 25532) w/o Dec 15, 1959 reportedly w/o
48272 (MSN 25533)
48273 (MSN 25534) to MASDC Aug 29, 1960.  To N87652 then N512AC
48274 (MSN 25535)
48275 (MSN 25536) to Uruguayan AF as 510, to CX-BJG Nov 9, 1970.
48276 (MSN 25537) crashed into Connecticut River between
Holyoke and South Hadley, MA Nov 4, 1955.  4 killed, 4 survived.
Carburetor icing and engine failure listed as primary cause.
Aircraft raised from river Nov 9, 1955 and became N6870C
Dec 1956.
48277 (MSN 25538)
48278 (MSN 25539) to French military, with radio call signs as F-RANA, F-RAXW, F-SCHW,
F-SDKA, F-TEFN
48279 (MSN 25540) to French military, with  radio call signs as F-RASH, F-RBFR, F-SKDF, TZ343
48280 (MSN 25541) to French military
48281 (MSN 25542) to French military
48282 (MSN 25543) to French military 
48283 (MSN 25544) to French military
48284 (MSN 25545) to French military
48285 (MSN 14101/25546) To French AF, then F-BTDE, then YU-ABV, then N80714, then TN-ADT, then SAAF 
6880.  Registered Sep 1, 2003 to Dodson International Parts SA P/L of Wonderboom, 
South Africa as ZS-OJM
48286 (MSN 25547) to French AF.  To Air France as F-BAIJ, to TT-LAD of Chad AF
48287 (MSN 25548) to French AF
48288 (MSN 25549) to French AF
48289 (MSN 25550) to French AF
48290 (MSN 25551) to French AF
48291 (MSN 25552) to French AF.  To Chadian AF as 25552/TT-LAB and w/o Jan 6, 1984.
48292 (MSN 25553) to French AF
48293 (MSN 25554) w/o Feb 23, 1951 (landing in poor weather) at Fornebu A/p,,Oslo-no casualties
48294 (MSN 25555) w/o Nov 1, 1963 reportedly w/o
48295 (MSN 25556)
48296 (MSN 25557) w/o Oct 10, 1947 in crash 40 mi SSW of Borja, Peru
48297 (MSN 25558) w/o Feb 23, 1966, reportedly w/o
48298 (MSN 25559) struck tree on finals near Charleston, WVa Apr 8, 1951.  21 killed.
48299 (MSN 25560) w/o Oct 9, 1944, Malden AAF, Missouri
48300 (MSN 25561) w/o Oct 22, 1958 cr nr Harrisburg-Olmsted AFB, PA (on approach in fog struck high grd)  6 lost
48301 (MSN 25562) to Philippine AF. Sold to Manila Aero Transport Systems, Inc
in 1990 as RP-C83.
48302 (MSN 25563)
48303 (MSN 25564) w/o Mar 19, 1947 in crash 52 mi E of Aq Qaleh, Iran
48304 (MSN 25565)
48305 (MSN 25566)
48306 (MSN 25567) to Belgian AF K3 (call sign OT-CWC), then to French AF
48307 (MSN 25568) to N87653
48308 (MSN 25569) lost with ATC, 13045th AAF BU May 17, 1946 while on duty with American 
Graves Registration Service (AGRS), downed in storm between Akyab, Burma, and 
Barrackpore, India, no survivors
48309 (MSN 25570)
48310 (MSN 25571) to Morocco as CN-ALN, then to US civil registry as N54604.  Cancelled on export to
France Mar 29, 1991 as F-WZII.  Then to Philippine civil registry as RP-C1353 and stored at Manila International
Airport Mar 2010.
48311 (MSN 14127/25572) to VC-47B. To US civil registry as N3149F, To Philippine civil registry as RP-C10, 
then RP-C74.   WFU at Manila Apr 1996.
48312 (MSN 25573) to G-AOUD
48313 (MSN 25574) lost Jan 23, 1945.  MACR 11294
48314 (MSN 25575)
48315 (MSN 25576) w/o Dec 25, 1944, Ontario, California
48316 (MSN 25577)
48317 (MSN 25578)
48318 (MSN 14134/25579) converted to VC-47B.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 6161. W/o Jan 8, 1974
when crashed at Vila Cabral, Mozambique.
48319 (MSN 25580)
48320 (MSN 25581) w/o Feb 19, 1946 in forced landing at Sanborn, NY
48321 (MSN 25582) service with 1141st Special Activities Squadron at Vicenza, Italy and crashed on approach to
Roma-Ciampino on Jan 9, 1968.
48322 (MSN 25583)
48323 (MSN 25584) w/o Aug 31, 1947 Rapid City AAF, South Dakota
48324 (MSN 25585) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ801.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 5, 1955
48325 (MSN 25586) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ802.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKA
Sep 21, 1944.  Registration cancelled Feb 1, 1950 on sale to
Aden Airways as VR-AAA.  To Arab Airways Jerusalem as TJ-ABO,
to Aden Airways as VR-AAA again.  W/o Mar 26, 1965 when 
ground looped on landing at Hadibo, (Sootra Island), Yemen.
48326 (MSN 25587) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ803.  DBR in air raid, Evere Jan 1, 1945.
48327 (MSN 25588) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ804.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKB
Sep 21, 1944.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 1950 on sale to
owner in Brazil as PP-XEM, later reregistered as PP-VBT.
48328 (MSN 25589)
48329 (MSN 25590) to RAF as Dakota IV KG806.  Overshot landing over bank,
Castle Donington Feb 28,1945, relegated to ground instructional
airframe with serial 5097M and presumably subsequently scrapped.
48330 (MSN 14146/25591) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ807.  To BOAC as G-AGKC Sep 21, 1944.
Registration cancelled Feb 1951 on sale to SILA as F-VNAE.
48331 (MSN 25592) to RAF as Dakota IV KG808.  SOC Jul 10, 1950
48332 (MSN 25593) to RAF as Dakota IV KG809.  Returned to USAAF Aug 21, 1944.  W/o Apr 13, 1945 Wenigenlupnitz, 
Germany
48333 (MSN 25594) to RAF as Dakota IV KG810.  Stalled and crashed after taking
off with elevators locked, Kuala Lumpur Jan 26, 1959
48334 (MSN 25595) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ811.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKD
Sep 21, 1944.  DBR at Malta Dec 23, 1946.
48335 (MSN 25596)
48336 (MSN 25597) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ813.  Returned to USAAF Nov 4, 1947
48337 (MSN 25598) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ814.  Returned to USAF Jun 22, 1948.  To Turkish AF as 6022
48338 (MSN 25599) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ815.  SOC Feb 26, 1947
48339 (MSN 25600) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ816.  Sold Nov 11, 1952, registered
G-AMWV Dec 4, 1952.  Became EI-APB, then reverted to G-AMWV, WFU
and dismantled at Prestwick May 20, 1969.  Remains to fire dump Aug 1971
48340 (MSN 14156/25601) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ817.  Missing near Mt Bongkok,
Java Jan 14, 1946.  Presumably broke up in cloud.
48341 (MSN 14157/25602) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ818.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
48342 (MSN 14158/25603) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ819. 
W/o Sep 2, 1946 in Barrackpore, India when the aircraft swung off
the runway after a port engine failure, caught fire and burned.
All 18 onboard safe.  No suggestion that the aircraft was formally
transferred to Indian AF.
48343 (MSN 25604) to RAF as KG820.  Returned to USAF Jul 6, 1948.  To MASDC on retirement on Jun 24, 1971
To civil registry as N31214.
48344 (MSN 14160/25605) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ821.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
48345 (MSN 14161/25606) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ822.  Returned to USAAF
Jul 19, 1947.  To Kearsley Airways as G-AKDT (registration cancelled 
Jun 23, 1950, to East Africa Airways as VP-KIF, to Air France as
F-BGOU, leased to Air Djibouti as F-BGOU, returned to Air
France.  To Ethiopian Air Lines as ET-ACZ, to Air Comores
as F-OCRR, again to Air Djibouti as F-OCRR.  To Air Senegal
International as 6V-ACZ.  Last 1977 to Bissau Airways as 
CR-GBL.  Parted out and is now derelict at Bissalanca Airport
at Bissau, Guinea Bissau.
48346 (MSN 14162/25607) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ823.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
48347 (MSN 14163/25608) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ824.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 12, 1952.  To Dutch AF in 1952 as ZU-15, later X-15.  To
Uruguayan AF in 1961 as 516.
48348 (MSN 14164/25609) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ825.  Diverted to SAAF with
serial 6843, no RAF service.
48349 (MSN 14165/25610) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ826.  Diverted to SAAF with
serial 6844, no RAF service
48350 (MSN 14166/25611) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ827.  Diverted to
RCAF as KG827, no RAF service.  Later reserialled 14166.
48351 (MSN 14167/25612) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ828.  Diverted to RCAF
as KJ828, no RAF service. Renumbered 12948 in 1970.
48352 (MSN 14168/25613) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ829.  Transferred to
Rolls-Royce Jun 1, 1949.  Became test bed for Dart turboprop
engine.
48353 (MSN 14169/25614) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ830.  Returned to USAAF
Dec 4, 1946
48354 (MSN 14170/25615) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ831.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947
48355 (MSN 14171/25616) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ832.  Returned to USAAF Aug 31, 1944.
I have MACR 9920 referencing this plane as shot down Sep 19, 1944 at Oosterwijk, Holland
48356 (MSN 14172/25617) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ833.  Returned to USAAF
Sep 14, 1944. converted to FC-47.  Shot down and crash landed near Bien Hoe
Mar 23, 1967
48357 (MSN 14173/25618) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ834.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 31, 1944.
48358 (MSN 14174/25619) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ835.  Dove into ground near
Sileby following engine failure Jan 10, 1945.
48359 (MSN 14175/25620) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ836.  Sold Apr 11, 1958, became G-APML
Apr 17, 1958.  Registration G-APML cancelled Mar 20, 2001 as
"withdrawn from use".  Rear fuselage noted at North Weald
Jan 2006.
48360 (MSN 14176/25621) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ837.  Returned to USAF
Aug 23, 1948.  To Turkish AF as 6055
48361 (MSN 14177/25622) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ838.  Wold Jan 30, 1952,
registered G-AMNW Jan 16, 1952 (date conflict?).  WFU at Southend
Feb 14, 1966 and broken up Jan 1970.
48362 (MSN 14178/25623) transferred to Armstrong-Siddeley Jun 1, 1949,
became testbed for Mamba turboprop engine.
48363 (MSN 14179/25624) to Navy as R4D-6 17250.
48364 (MSN 14180/25625) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ840.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group in 1954.  To 4X-DCA
48365/48377 (MSN 25626 to 25638) to Navy as R4D-6 17251/17263
48379 (MSN 14195/25640) completed as C-47B-2-DK
48380 (MSN 14196/25641) registered to Swissair Feb 4, 1946 as HB-IRG.
To Spantax Oct 1960 as EC-AQE.  Crashed Sep 30, 1972
at Madrid-Barajas Airport, Spain.  Rotated too quickly when
student pilot pulled back on the control wheel abruptly on takeoff.
The No. 1 engine then lost power, and aircraft stalled and
crashed left of the runway.  1 of 6 onboard killed.
48381 (MSN 14197/25642) To MASDC Jan 30, 1970.  Mar 31, 1970 to McClellan AFB,  to ‘MAP’ on May 28, 1970
48383 (MSN 14199/25644) to Mauritania as 5T-MAD
48386 (MSN 14202/25647) w/o 30 May 30, 1955 cr 10 miles NE of Alamagordo, NM  (Hit mountain)   7 lost        
48387 (MSN 25648) to VC-47D, then to AC-47D.  To Vietnam AF in 1971, to Cambodia AF May 9, 1973.
48388 (MSN 25649, RC-47) shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Jul 29, 1966.
48389 (MSN 25650) to VC-47B.  To MASDC
48391 (MSN 25652) with 435th TCG, 78th TCS lost Son, Netherlands Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 9910
48393 (MSN 25654) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 150187 when control of MATS activities in Iceland
was handed over to USN in July 1961. 
48394 (MSN 25655) to N2902B
48395 (MSN 25656) lost Sep 27, 1944.  MACR 9621.
48396 (MSN 25657) to Belgian AF K15 (call sign OT-CNF) then to French AF
48399 (MSN 25660) w/o in landing accident at Cottesmore, UK Oct 26, 1944.  I have a photo of this plane with
the French Air Force w/o at Dien Bien Phu in 1954.
48400 (MSN 25661) with 440th TCG, 96th TCS lost Oirschot, Netherlands Sep 23, 1944.  MACR 9839
48402 (MSN 25663) converted to EC-47P from RC-47P. Hit by AAA over eastern Laos and crashed
near A Loui Airfield in South Vietnam Apr 22, 1970.  Two killed.
48403 (MSN 25664) to VC-47B.  Struck off charge on Oct 30, 1970 at Sondre Stromfjord for spares recovery following damage
on arrival in Greenland whilst en route for retirement at MASDC.
48405 (MSN 25666) crashed near Weimar, CA after engine fire Jan 4, 1949.  8 killed.
48406 (MSN 14222/25667).  To Czech AF in 1946 as 8406, to VZLU (Aeronautical
Research and Test Institute) as OK-QZA.  To Germany Comex Import
Export as D-CABE.  To Israel Aircraft Industries as 4X-AOA.  In
1962 to French Navy as 48406, call sign F-YFGK, and then to French
Navy 6, call sign F-YFGF.   Sep 1985 to N95BF and converted to Basler 
BT-67 (Basler conversion no 14). To Colombian Police as PNC-211, reregistered
as PNC-0211.  W/o Feb 18, 2009 at Medellin-Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport
when an explosion occurred as the 27 policemen of an anti-riot squad
were boarding the plane.  Fuselage ruptured and airplane broke in two.
Press reports suggest that the explosion was caused by the inadvertent
explosion of one or more gas grenades that were carried by one of the policemen.
No one was killed, but 8 were injured.
48407 (MSN 14223/25668) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 19695.
48408 (MSN 14224/25669) w/o Jul 4, 1953  S Korea ??
48413 (MSN 14229/25674).  To French AF.  Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 
31) and to Thai AF as RTAF413. Believed reserialled 46154
48415 (MSN 25676, C-47D) went to South Vietnamese AF and returned to USA. 
Photograph in January 1987 issue of 'FlyPast' magazine shows it at AMARC 
still with SVAF markings; caption says it had been at AMARC since September 1968.
On display at Lackland AFB, Texas.
48416 OMSN 25677) w/o Jun 22, 1951 (t/off accident) Fairchild AFB, Spokane
48418 (MSN 25679/14234) to Brazilian AF as FAB-01, then FAB 2009.  In Museu Aeroespacial, Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil.
48419 (MSN 25680/14235) to Brazilian AF as FAB-02, then FAB-2010.
W/o Jun 1972 at Porto Alegre, RS. Brazil
48420 (MSN 25681/14236) to Brazilian AF as FAB-03, then FAB-2011. WFU
48421 (MSN 25682/14237) to Brazilian AF as FAB-04, then FAB-2012. WFU
48422 (MSN 25683/14238) to Brazilian AF as FAB-05, then FAB-2013.  WFU
48423 (MSN 25684/14239) to Brazilian AF as FAB-06, then FAB-2014.
To civil registry as PT-KVM.  Destroyed while with Scalia
Aereo Taxi, Feb 9, 1984
48424 (MSN 25685/14240) to Brazilian AF as FAB-07, then FAB-2015.
Preserved with Forca Aerea Brasileira.
48425 (MSN 25686/14241) to Brazilian AF as FAB-08, then FAB-2016.
W/o May 31, 1945 at Barreiras, BA, Brazil
48426 (MSN 14242/25687) to 4X-AOJ
48427 (MSN 25688) on civil registry as N62101.
49442 (MSN 25703) to US Navy as BuNo 50811
48444 (MSN 25705) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ841.  Transferred to Greek AF
Apr 20, 1947
48445 (MSN 25706) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ842.  DBR when belly landed after
both engines failed, Phuket Island, Thailand Dec 15, 1945
48446 (MSN 25707) to N86410
48448 (MSN 25709) became NC79008.  By 1954 was OD-ABE of Middle
East Airlines SA
48449 (MSN 25710) lost Nov 7, 1944, France.  MACR 11911.
48450 (MSN 25711) to Turkish AF as 6057
48453 (MSN 25714) damaged Dec 13, 1948 Lowry Fd, CO
48454 (MSN 25715) to Turkish AF as 6010
48457 (MSN 25718) w/o Feb 10, 1950, California
48459 (MSN 25720) delivered to SUAAF Aug 1944.  To military museum in Freeland, MI until Dec 1974
when sold.  Mar 1975 to N47071, Nan 1976 to N85FA.  Nov 1982 to N105CA.  In 2007 put on display 
at Champaign Aviation Museum, Urbana, OH.  Civil registration is N105CA, owned by Alta Leasing, Inc.
48460 (MSN 25721) w/o  Sep 3, 1954 crash 191 miles E of Thule Ab, Greenland
48461 (MSN 25722) thougt to have been bought by Alpar as HB-ASA in Apr 1946 and then sold to Swissair Aug 3, 1946.
Cancelled Aug 3, 1946, used for spares.  Registered HB-IRK Aug 3 1946.  Cancelled Sep 10, 1947, scrapped.
Second use of HB-IRK was 43-16271.
48462 was AC-47D gunship testbed
48463 (MSN 25724) to Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 17264
48464 (MSN 25725) w/o Mar 11,1 950 in crash 5 mi SW of Hope, Arkansas
48469 (MSN 25730) w/o Jan 6, 1945 Saint Dizier, France
48471 (MSN 25732) converted to AC-47D.  W/o Feb 18, 1968 in takeoff accident Saigon, South Vietnam
48472 (MSN 25733) to Uruguayan AF as 522 Jul 29, 1967
48473 (MSN 25734, 27th ATG) crashed near Llyn Dulyn in the Carneddau, Wales, UK Nov 11, 1944
while flying from Le Bourget to Burtonwood. Upon nearing Burtonwood, the
crew were told that the airfield was closed due to bad weather and were
told to divert to Valley.  They never arrived.  Wreck found
Nov 22.  4 killed.
48474 (MSN 25735/14290) to civil registry as N8056.  W/o with Phoenix Air Inc Apr 20, 1993 when
the No. 1 engine was shut down at 400 feet following an engine fire warning and smoke in the
cabin.  A forced belly landing was made and the aircraft collided with trees and a fence near
Zephyrhills, FL.  43-48747 was also N8056.
48475 (MSN 14291/25736) to N7780C
48476 (MSN 25737/14292) converted to C-47D, to VC-47D in 1949.  Damaged in accident Washington DC
Nov 24, 1952.  To MASDC.  Jan 11, 1967 to Air International Corp of Miami, converted to C-47D.
To South Vietnam AF May 1967 under MAP.  To Philippine AF May 29, 1973.  Jul 1984 sold to Philair
as RP-C550.  Bought by Victoria Air May 2001.  W/o Oct 17, 2009 when crashed and burned 3.5 mi
SW of Manila-Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Philippines.  Four killed.
48477 (MSN 25738/14293) w/o Jun 10, 1950 in takeoff accident Tulsa MAP, Oklahoma.
48478 (MSN 25739/14294) lost over France Nov 13, 1944.  MACR 10662
48479 (MSN 25740/14295) w/o Jun 234, 1955 near Deftinge, Belgium
48480 (MSN 25741) converted to EC-47P from RC-47P May 31, 1967.  To MAP Apr 19, 1972.
48481 (MSN 25742) to MASDC Jan 30, 1970.  Mar 31, 1970 to McClellan AFB,  to ‘MAP’ on May 28, 1970
48483 (MSN 25744) w/o Mar 5, 1951 on approach to Kadena AB, Okinawa.
48484 (MSN 25745) to Belgian AF K7 (call sign OT-CWD) then back to
USAF.
48485 (MSN 25746/14301) to Honduras AF as FAH 303
48486 (MSN 25747/14302) w/o Nov 10, 1944 in takeoff accident Grove, UK.  W/o May 30, 1955 cr 10 miles NE of Alamagordo, NM.
(Hit mountain)   7 lost  
48491 converted to AC-47B.  To South Vietnam AF.  To Cambodia AF May 1, 1973.
48492 (MSN 25753) to MAP Aug 14, 1970.  Converted to AC-47 in
1973.  Placed in storage at Udorn Jun 1974.  To Thai AF as 
L2-49/18 in 1975.  Allocated to Lopburi for
display Nov 1988 and there until 2002.  Reported shipped to
Oshkosh, WI for Basler conversion.
48494 (MSN 25755) to I-TORI
48495 (MSN 25756) delivered to USAAF Aug 25, 1944.  Assigned Oct 12, 1944 to Europe ATC.  Diverted to Foreign
Liquidation Commission (US overseas disposals).  To Belgian AF Oct 10, 1946.  169 Wing, 367 Squadron (H-CW)
later 15 Wing 20 Squadron (call sign OT-CND) next used as navigation trainer.  Then converted to PC-47B for
use in aerial photography.  Jul 1960 participated in actions in Congo.  To Koksijde for storage Jan 26, 1976.
To Wevelgem Nov 18, 1977.  Registered SU-AZO to Nile Delta Air Service, Cairo but NTU.  Left Wevelgem as F-ODHB
for Arabian Geophysical and Survey Company, Dharan.  Registered Jul 5, 1978 as F-BJHC SA to Hemet 
Exploration of Toulouse.  Shot down Aug 1, 1981 by ground to air missile near Beira, Mozambique,
all 6 crewmembers killed.  Mozambique officials say that the aircraft, chartered by Shell, had departed
from its original route and was considered hostile.  However, the real cause was a lack of radio communication to
the missile battery and a stupid missile operator.  At the start Mozambique officials tried to cover up this fact and the plane 
was declared missing. Only when checked, and only at this time did Mozambique officials admit and advise the plane had actually been shot 
down by mistake, due to the radio failure of the missile battery. 
48496 (MSN 14312/25757) While assigned to Ladd AFB, Alaska had numerous minor accidents.  To Paraguayan AF, used
by Grupo de Transporte Aereo and the TAM at Base Aerea Silvio Pettirossi IAP/Asuncion.  Initially
registered as T-71.  Reserialed as FAP 2014 in 1980.  WFU.
48497 (MSN 14313/25758) assigned to 54th TCS, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.  Apr 21, 1945 had landing accident
approaching Casco Cove, Attu, Alaska when it crash landed in the Weston Mountains while on approach to
Attu Island.  DBR
48498 (MSN 14314/25759) while assigned to 8th TpS, 27th ATG crashed with belly landing at Grove, Berkshire, England Sep
28, 1944.
48499 converted to AC-47D
48500 (MSN 14316/25761) converted to VC-47.  Numerous minor accidents.  WFU and stored at MASDC.  To reclamation
Feb 18, 1965.
48501 (MSN 25762) to Thai AF from Vietnam AF as AC-47D May 30, 1968 as L2-32/11.  Dumped at Lopburi since 1989.
Shipped to Sado Island, Niigata Prefecture, Japan in 2012 for the making of the film "Fly Dakota Fly" that was
made to celebrate 400 years of Japanese-British relations in 2013 and commemorated the recovery of RAF Dakota
FL510 (42-24166), named "Sister Anne" that had force landed on the beach Jan 16, 1946.  FL510 had been
the personal transport of Lord Louis Mountbatten and named after a naval aviation nurse who had nursed
Mountbatten back to good health in Burma.
48503 (MSN 14319/25764) to Spanish AF as T.3-20.  Registered to Aces High Limited of Fairoaks, Surrey, England
as G-BHUC to Apr 30, 1980 and cancelled Nov 17, 1980.  Last registered as CP-1668.
48506 (MSN 25767) completed as C-47B-2-DK.  W/o Mar 31, 1945 in midair collision with B-17 42-37850 Bovingdon, UK
48507/48519 (MSN 25768/25780) to Navy as R4D-6 17265/17277
28520 (MSN 25781) w/o Oct 4, 1957 reportedly w/o
48521 (MSN 14336/25782) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ843.  Sold Sep 2, 1953.
48522 (MSN 14337/25783) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ844.  Transferred to Greek AF Aug 18, 1947.
Served with Greek AF command in Korea 1951-Jun 1953.  Assigned
to 13th Royal Hellenic Air Group.  While in Korea under the support
of 21st TCG, 6461 TCS Det 1 at Kimpo, then Seoul City
48523 (MSN 14338/25784) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ845.  Crashed near Homalin,
Burma Feb 7, 1945 after crew bailed out while lost above cloud.
48524 (MSN 14339/25785) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ846.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48525 (MSN 14340/25786) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ847. To G-AGKE (BOAC) Sep 21, 1944.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
to Aden A/Ws VR-AAB Feb 1,1 950.  To TJ-ABN, JY-ABN, to 5B-CAZ
48526 (MSN 14341/25787) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ848.  DBR when swung and struck
CG-4A after tire burst on landing, Sinthe Mar 3, 1945.
48527 (MSN 14342/25788) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ849.  SOC Mar 22, 1948
48528 (MSN 14343/25789) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ850.  DBR when caught fire
during inspection, Mingaladon Sep 11, 1945.
48529 (MSN 14344/25790) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ851.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
Listed as being w/o Mar 6, 1946 in Bandung, Indonesia.
48530 (MSN 14345/25791) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ852.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 20, 1953
48531 (MSN 14346/25792) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ853.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48532 (MSN 14347/25793) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ854.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
48532 (MSN 14348/25793) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ854.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  Then to Pakistan AF as H-719.
Registered G-ANMC Jan 11, 1954.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 1954
on sale to Union of Burma Airways as XY-ADC.  W/o at Thazi Aug 8, 1956.
48533 (MSN 14349/25794) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ855.  Belly landed near
Kabirwala, Punjab Nov 22, 1944 after running out fuel while lost.
48534 (MSN 14350/25795) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ856.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To 4X-FAK/030 IDFAF
48535 (MSN 14351/25796) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ857.  Shot down by Ki 43s near Schwebo Jan 12, 1945.
48536 (MSN 14352/25797) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ858.  Destroyed by fire
when force landed on approach following power loss, Seletar
Jan 17, 1947
48537 (MSN 14353/25798) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ859.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To G-AKNM Dec 1, 1947.  To CF-GDN Jun 5, 1951 (NTU) to OO-SBU Feb 21, 1953.
48538 (MSN 14354/25799) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ860.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 6, 1947.  To G-AKNM
48539 (MSN 14355/25800) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ861.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group May 27, 1953.
48540 (MSN 14356/25801) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ862.  DBR when struck while
parked by Spitfire PL274, Ciampino Sep 13, 1946.  SOC Apr 10, 1947
48541 (MSN 14357/25802) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ863.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To H-713 (Pakistan AF?)
48542 (MSN 14358/25803) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ864. SOC Aug 16, 1950
48543 (c;n 14359/25804) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ865.  Wrecked when sank
back on takeoff and hit ground, Netheravon Sep 13, 1949.
48544 (MSN 14360/25805) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ866.  Sold by RAF
Mar 31, 1953.  Then registered G-AMYT
Apr 1, 1953.  Registration cancelled Jul 16, 1953 on sale
to Central African Airways as VP-YKL "Barotse"
48545 (MSN 14361/25806) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ867.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKE Sep 21, 1944.
Sold to Aden Airways as VR-AAB Feb 1950, then became TJ-ABN,
then JY-ABN, then VR-AAB again, then G-GKE again, then 5B-KAZ,
then G-AGKE for a third time and finally N94718 (N27AA was 
allocated but NTU) Feb 1972.  Reported in 1999 as derelict in
Bahrain carrying false identity of G-AMZZ.
48546 (MSN 14362/25807) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ868, then to BOAC as G-AGKF Sep 21, 1944.
Registration cancelled Jun 22, 1949 on sale to SCA Air Nolis
as F-BEFQ.  Crashed Jan 10, 1950 near Zinder, Niger
48547 (MSN 14363/25808) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ869.  Returned to USAAF 
Sep 13, 1944.  Acquired by USAF Museum, then to Air Power Museum
of Ottumwa, IA in exchange for O-46A 35-179.  Taken by Chris Stoltzfus of Coatesville,
PA in trade from Air Power Museum in exchange for an AT-11 and Stearman N9078H.
Sold Nov 1981 to D'Arlee Inc of McAllen, TX.  Registered N10004. 
Registration N10004 cancelled Feb 2002 when exported to Panama.  Ended up
as HK-4045 and preserved at Villavicencio, Colombia.
48548 (MSN 14364/25809) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ870.  SOC Oct 20, 1947
48549 (MSN 14365/25810) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ871.  Then to BOAC as G-AGKH Sep 21, 1944.
Sold to Iraqi Airways as YI-GKH May 1947, restored to BOAC
as G-AGKH Nov 1947.  Registration finally cancelled Feb 1, 1950
on sale to Aden Airways as VR-AAC
48550 (MSN 14366/25811) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ872.  Returned to USAAF
Jan 14, 1948
48551 (MSN 14367/25812) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ873.  Returned to
USAF Jun 22, 1948.  To Turkish AF as 6019, coded ETI-19
48552 (MSN 14368/25813) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ874.  Sold Mar 17, 1953,
registered G-AMZE Apr 15, 1953.  Broken up for spares at
Burnaston Feb 1, 1964
48553 (MSN 14369/25814) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ875.  SOC May 2, 1947
48554 (MSN 14370/25815) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ876.  Sold Jun 15, 1953.
Became VP-KLC.
48555 (MSN 14371/25816) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ877.  Transferred 
Dec 29, 1949 to Belgian AF K38 (call sign OT-CWQ) then to 
French AF
48556 (MSN 14372/25817) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ878.  SOC Apr 21, 1950
48557 (MSN 14373/25818) to RAF as Dakota IV KJ879, then to BOAC as G-AGKG Sep 21, 1944.
Registration cancelled Mar 8, 1950 on sale to Union of Burma
Airways as XY-ACL.  Crashed and burned out at Mergui Jan 10, 1953
48558 (MSN 25819) to civilian registry as NC68399. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAY-226. 
W/o Playa Viru, La Libertad, Peru Dec 15, 1948.
48559 believed used by Air America as 559.
48561 (MSN 25822) w/o Jun 12, 1946 (landing)  near Samar Fd, Philippines.
48562 to Cambodia AF Aug 12, 1970.

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