USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria: 43-9401
Description Criteria:
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
43-9231 ... 43-9437 (EXACT MATCH)
Douglas A-20G-25-DO Havoc
9231/9301 Lend-Lease to USSR
9302 (312th BG) lost Aug 12, 1944, New Guinea
9303/9330 Lend-Lease to USSR
9371 (641st BS, 409th BG) crash landed at Little Walden, England May 11, 1944
9387 (670th BS, 416h BG) crashed 3 mi W of Stone, England Aug 25, 1944.
9391 (312th BG, 387th BS) destroyed at Nadzab Jul 4, 1944 when other aircraft exploded in
bomb handling mishap
9392 (312th BG) lost Aug 11 1944, New Guinea.
9395 (3rd BG, 8th BS) hit by AAA and ditched into Bentoni Bay near Babo, Dutch East Indies
Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6583.  Crew seen entering life raft, but both MIA
9401 (672nd BS, 417th BG) force-landed at Yamai Apr 16, 1944 infamous Black Sunday 
mission to Hollanida.  Wreck was recovered in 1985 for 
use by RAAF Museum in restoration of A-20G 42-86786.  Remains of this aircraft noted in 
storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, for disposal by RAAF Museum now that their two 
A-20 restorations are complete
9406 (3rd BG, 8th BS) hit by AAA and crashed into Kasira River near Babo, Dutch East Indies
Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6300.  Both crew KIA.
9407 ("Green Hornet")
9413 (312th BG) lost Jan 5, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 13597.
9416 (417th BG) lost Sep 11, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 9129.
9430 salvaged Jul 12, 1945
9431 MIA Dec 22, 1944
9432 (387th BS, 312th BG) lost in action Jul 22, 1944, Kokas, New Guinea.
9433 shot down by AAA Apr 11, 1944
9434 salvaged Apr 11, 1944
9435 salvaged Jan 4, 1945.
9436 ('Big Nig', 89th BS) force-landed in Bumbura Swamp, New Guinea 1944 and 
abandoned.  Salvaged Aug 16, 1944.  Recovered 1994 for use by RAAF Museum in 
restoration of A-20s A28-8 and 42-86786.  Remains of this aircraft noted in 
storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, for disposal by RAAF Museum 
now that their two A-20 restorations are complete.
9437 salvaged Jul 7, 1944
43-17254 ... 43-19673
Cancelled contracts
43-39274 ... 43-39508
Boeing B-17G-110-BO Fortress
MSN 10252/10486
39275 delivered Lincolon Jan 28, 1945.  To Grenier Feb 20, 1945.  Assigned to 8th AF Feb 26, 1945.
Reassigned to ATC Jan 23, 1948, later MATS.  Assigned 1414h BU, Dharan, Saudi Arabia Jan 28, 1948.
Abandoned Jun 15, 1948 30 mi E of Dharan, Saudi Arabia.  Reclamation completed Dec 16, 1948.
39281 delivered Lincoln Jan 27, 1945.  To Dow Field Feb 13, 1945.  Assigned to 8th AF Feb 15, 1945.
Reassigned to AMC, Olmsted AFB, PA, Jun 3, 1947.  Sold on commercial market as N7043C.  Scrapped 1959.
39285 (447th BG) returned to USA Jun 8, 1945
39295 delivered Lincoln Feb 1, 1945.  To Dow Field Feb 12, 1945.  Assigned 8th AF Feb 13, 1945.
Reassigned 10th HBS Oberpfaffenhofen Apr 30, 1947.  Assigned to 501st ASG, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], 
West Germany, Jan 1, 1948.  Assigned to 7160th ABG, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany, Jul 1, 1948.
Assigned to 7290th ABG, Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany, Feb 2, 1949.
Assigned to 7169th RCWS, Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany, Feb 2, 1949
Assigned to 7290th ABG, Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany, Apr 13, 1949
Assigned to MATS, Apr 20, 1949.  Assigned to 1414th ABS, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Jun 6, 1949
Assigned to 85th MG, Erding, West Germany, Nov 14, 1949 for repairs but scrapped circa Jan 19, 1950.
Reclamation completed May 3, 1950.
39300 (381st BG, 533rd BS) retired to Kingman AZ Nov 14, 1945.
39303 delivered Lincoln Feb 3, 19o45.  To Grenier Feb 17, 1945.  Assigned to 8th AF Feb 18, 1945.  In landing
accident in Rumania Nov 2, 1946.  Reassigned to 10th HBS [Headquarters and Base Service Squadron], 
Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany, Jan 1, 1948. Assigned to 7290th ABG, Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany, Jul 1, 1948
Assigned to 59th HBS, Burtonwood, England, Nov 18, 1948 for maintenance.
Assigned to 3rd AD, Burtonwood, England, Feb 25, 1949.  Redesignated VB-17G Sep 23, 1949.
To reclamation Jan 11, 1950; scrapped by Apr 18, 1950
39304 sold on commercial market as N9407H.  Sold to French Institut Geographique National
as F-BDAT.  Crashed and destroyed at Niamey, Niger Dec 12, 1950.
39305 delivered Lincoln Feb 6, 1945, to Grenier Feb 19, 1945.  Assigned to 8th aF Feb 10, 1945.  Reassigned
to 10th HBS at Oberpfaffenhofen Apr 30, 1947.  Assigned 89th Base Squadron, ATC, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], 
West Germany, Jan 18, 1948  Returned to USA MTC Langley Jul 1, 1947.  To 71 AC Hickam sep 8, 1948.  To
1810 AC Hickam Oct 1, 1948.  To 811 AC Kadena Sep 21, 194.  To 1500 MSU Hickam Sep 2, 1949.  Reclamation
completed May 3, 1950.
39307 sold to Bolivian commercial user as CP-625.  Destroyed Nov 1957.
39309 (388th BG) to Kingman AAD, sold for salvage Jul 1, 1946
39335 assigned to 501st ASG, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany, Jan 1, 1948.
Assigned to 7160th ABG, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany, Jul 1, 1948
Assigned to 7290th ABG, Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany, Jul 27, 1948
Assigned to 7169th RCWS, Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany, Feb 17, 1949
Assigned to 7210th MG, Erding, West Germany, Apr 28, 1949 for repairs
Assigned to 60th ABG, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany, Jul 19, 1949
Redesignated TB-17G Oct 12, 1949.  Re-assigned to FEAF and transferred to Kelly AFB, TX, Nov 9, 1950.
Assigned to 6400th ADW, Tachikawa, Japan  Transferred to Brazilian Air Force as 5406.  Withdrawn from service in 1966.
39338 crashed Nov 1, 1946 while enroute from Naples to London.  The plane hit the Aiguille des 
Glaciers, Mont Blanc, on the Italy-France border, during a night flight in severe weather conditions, 
and disintegrated.  Crew: 8 men, all killed.
39352 (447th BG, *900 Hil Gard*) returned to USA Jul 7, 1945, arrived at
Kingman, AZ Feb 9, 1946.  Sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946
39356 sold on commercial market as N39356, which was a bogus civil registration.
39367 to Lloyd Aero Boliviano as CP-625 Nov 1956.  W/o at San Lorenzo, Bolivia
Nov 17, 1959.
39372 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Feb 1946
39440 converted to VB-17G.  Assigned to 1100th ABW, Bolling AFB, DC.
Damaged in taxiing accident at Bolling AFB, DC Oct 21, 1950.
39449 (381st BG) retired to Kingman, AZ Feb 21, 1946.
39450 (447th BG) returned to USA Jun 8, 1945.
39452 (381st BG, 533rd BS) retired to Kingman, AZ Nov 26, 1945.
39453 (447th BG) returned to USA Jun 9, 1945.
39457 converted to SB-17G
39473 converted to B-17H.  Crashed Cold Bay, Alaska with 10th Rescue Squadron Aug 15, 1947.  
All 8 on board killed.
39486 delivered Cheyenne Apr 11, 1945, Hunter May 8, 1945, ATC San Francisco May 22, 1945.  Assigned 5th AF
Biok Is May 27, 1945.  Salvaged Manila Oct 11, 1946.
39492 converted to B-17H
39497 seen on scrap pile on Le Shima, date unknown.
39499 converted to SB-17G.  Damaged in taxiing accident at
Clark AB, Philippines Jul 29, 195.
39502 converted to B-17H
39505 delivered Cheyenne Apr 14, 1945.  To Hunter May 3, 1945.  Redesignated SB-17G
Assigned to 43rd ARS, McChord AFB, WA
Assigned to 2058th AWW, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany, Jan 14, 1953.
Redesignated TB-17G Jan 15, 1953
Assigned to 85th ADW, Erding, West Germany, Jun 26, 1953 for repairs.
Assigned to 2058th AWW, Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany, Jul 1, 1953.
Assigned to 2nd AWW, Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany, Feb 8, 1954
Salvaged at Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany, Jul 26, 1955
43-49263 ... 43-49612
Douglas C-47B-15-DK
MSN 26524/26873 (originally allocated MSN 15079/15428)
49268,49348,49351,49375 completed as TC-47B-15-DK
49269,49272,49273,49329,49336,49344,49355,
49362,49369,49372,49408,49411,49416 completed as C-47B-16-DK
49275,49276,49333,49340,49359,49366 completed as C-47B-18-DK
49272, 49338, 49369, 49490, 49503, 49521, 49545, 49560 to VC-47B
49264 (MSN 26525) Assigned to the US Air Attache at Vienna in Mar 1967. Retired to MASDC on Aug 2, 1968.
49266 (MSN 26527) w/o May 11, 1951 crash 17 miles NE of Felts Fd, Spokane, WA., on flight Tacoma-Spokane—2 lost
49267 (MSN 26528) w/o May 17, 1950 Burley, Idaho due to engine failure.
49268 converted to AC-47D.  Lost Mar 13, 1966, 7 MIA
49270 (MSN 26531) on display at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, Indiana.
49271 (MSN 26532) w/o Apr 15, 1960 in crash 7 mi SE of Marburg, WG on approach
49272 (MSN 26533) to MASDC Apr 5, 1971
49273 (MSN 26534) damaged Apr 28, 1950 Patterson Afb, Oh  (taxi accident).  To MASDC Apr 15, 1971
49274 (MSN 26535) to AC-47D.  Collided with OV-10A 67-14627 6 m SE of Truc Giang, SVN Dec 13, 1968
while with 3SOS/14SOW.  Crash landed at Bien Hoa AB and w/o.
49275 (MSN 26536) on civil registry as N61723.
49276 (MSN 26537) to AMARC Jan 14, 1970
49277 (MSN 26538)  to AMARC Nov 17, 1965
49278 (MSN 26539) 
49279 (MSN 26540) to AMARC Feb 2, 1970.
49280 (MSN 26541) converted to VC-47D with serial of 43-49280A.  Converted to AC-47D Spooky.
To Honduras AF as FAH319.  Seen derelict in 2008 at Tegucigalpa Toncontin IAP, Honduras.
49281 (MSN 15097/26542) became N55C then (believed) N55CE, then
N556E, then 43-49281 again.  Then N143Z.  In 1987 preserved at Hill AFB Museum, Utah 
although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Noted there in 1990.
49292 (MSN 15108/26553) to RAF as Dakota IV KK103.  SOC Sep 6, 1945.
49293 (MSN 15109/26554) to RAF as Dakota IV KK104.  Sold
Mar 31, 1953.  Registered G-AMYS Apr 1953.  Registration
cancelled Jun 12, 1953 when sold to Central African Airways, registered as VP-YKO.
Crash landed after takeoff from Salisbury when pilot suspected an onboard fire.
Propellers separated and penetrated the flight cockpit, killing the flight
engineer.  Aircraft had 21 passengers and 5 crew, 1 crew killed.
49294 (MSN 15110/26555) to RAF as Dakota IV KK105.  Transferred to
Greek AF Mar 27, 1947
49295 (MSN 15111/26556) to RAF as Dakota IV KK106.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 27, 1954.  Retired to MASDC on August 10, 1969
49296 (MSN 15112/26557) to RAF as Dakota IV KK107.  Returned to
USAAF May 9, 1947
49297 (MSN 15113/36558) to US Navy as BuNo 50788.
49298 (MSN 15114/26559) to RAF as Dakota IV KK108.  SOC Jun 21, 1945.
49299 (MSN 15115/26560) to RAF as Dakota IV KK109.  Returned to
USAAF Jun 8, 1947.
49300 (MSN 15116/26561) to RAF as Dakota IV KK110.  Ditched in river
5 mi S of Khulna, India (now in Bangladesh) Apr 10, 1945 after running out of
fuel in bad weather.  Must have been repaired, since to Societe
Transatlantique Airienne as F-BEIB.  Oct 15, 1948 to Ste Du Comptoir
Saigonnais De Ravitaillement.   Sep 6, 1949 to Societe De Transports Aeriens
en Extreme Orient (STAEO).  Shot down on takeoff by Communist guerillas
at Phan Thiet, Vietnam May 4, 1952.
49301 (MSN 15117/26562) to RAF as Dakota IV KK111.  SOC Apr 24, 1947
49302 (MSN 15118/26563) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50789.
49303 (MSN 15119/26564) to RAF as Dakota IV KK112.  DBR when overshot
landing with one engine out, ran into ditch and undercarriage
collapsed, Hmawbi Jan 25, 1946
49304 (MSN 15120/26565) to RAF as Dakota IV KK113.  Returned to
USAAF May 29, 1947.
49305 (MSN 15121/26566) to RAF as Dakota IV KK114.  SOC Feb 1, 1952.
49306 (MSN 15122/26567) to RAF as Dakota IV KK115.  SOC Aug 30, 1945. 
49308 (MSN 15124/26569) to RAF as Dakota IV KK116.  To civil registry as G-AMPY 
Mar 8, 1952.  TO JY-ABE (originally wore JY-AAE in error) then
back to G-AMPY.  Then to TF-FIO, than back to G-AMPY again.
To N15751, then back to G-AMPY yet again.  Was to have become
EI-BKJ in 1981 but remained G-AMPY.  Still current on
UK civil registry as of Aug 7, 2006.
49309 (MSN 15125/26570) to RAF as Dakota IV KK117.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To G-ANZF, to Burma AF as UBT-713 (Sep 1, 1955) reserialed 5713.
49310 (MSN 15126/26571) to RAF as Dakota IV KK118.  Remains found
20 mi S of Binhli Sep 6, 1945.  Aircraft had broken up
while flying in cloud between Hmwabi and Bangkok.
49311 (MSN 15127/26572) to RAF as Dakota IV KK119.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
49313 (MSN 15129/26574) to RAF as Dakota IV KK120.  Missing in
cloud between Changi and Saigon Feb 26, 1947.  Wreckage not
found.
49314 (MSN 15130/26575) to RAF as Dakota IV KK121.  Crash landed
six miles ESE of Chiringa Mar 29, 1945 after both engines failed.
49315 (MSN 15131/26576) to RAF as Dakota IV KK122.  Flew into hill
in bad visibility, Ischia, Italy Mar 8, 1947
49316 (MSN 15132/26577) to RAF as Dakota IV KK123.  Stalled and
crashed while attempting to fly over hills after engine
failed during supply drop mission, Tosido Oct 6, 1945.
49318 (MSN 15134/26579) to RAF as Dakota IV KK124.  SOC May 30, 1946
49319 (MSN 15135/26580) to RAF as Dakota IV KK125.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49320 (MSN 15136/26581) to RAF as Dakota IV KK126.  Wrecked when
struck while parked by Beaufighter KW404, Maunubyin Mar 14, 1945.
49321 (MSN 15137/26582) to RAF as Dakota IV KK127.  Registered G-AMZS
May 27, 1953 then became SN-AAI of Sudan Airways.  Then
became ST-AAI.  Was going to become G-AZDG Aug 1971 but in
fact reverted to G-AMZS.  Was to have become 5N-AFJ, but
instead became N7CA.  British registration cancelled
Jan 4, 1973.
49322 (MSN 26583) to US Navy as 50793
49323 (MSN 26584) to RAF as Dakota IV KK128.  SOC Feb 27, 1950
49324 (MSN 26585) to RAF as Dakota IV KK129.  SOC Sep 30, 1957.
49325 (MSN 26586) to RAF as Dakota IV KK130.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49326 (MSN 26587) to RAF as Dakota IV KK131.  SOC Feb 10, 1950
49328 (MSN 26589) to RAF as Dakota IV KK132.  Returned to USAF Oct 4, 1948.
49330 (MSN 26591) converted to AC-47D.  Destroyed in ground attack
at Binh Thuy AB Mar 16, 1968.
49331 (MSN 26592) to AC-47D.  To EC-47D and then to Republic of China AF
49332 (MSN 26593/15148) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50795.
49333 (MSN 26594) to VC-47D with US Embassy in Lisbon.  To MASDC Aug 19, 1969
49334 (MSN 26595) damaged Mar 26, 1947 Andrews Fd, MD  (taxi accident)..  To MASDC
49335 (MSN 26596)  to MASDC
49336 (MSN 15152/26597, VC-47B) in 1987 preserved at Chanute Technical Training Center, Chanute 
AFB, Illinois although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Still at Chanute AFB (now the Octave 
Chanute Aerospace Museum), Rantoul, Illinois September 2003
49337 (MSN 26598) to Navy as BuNo 50796
49338 (MSN 26599) with 7350th Combat Support Group in Mar 1967 and retired to MASDC on Jul 25, 1968.  At Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL
49339 converted to AC-47D. Later to South Vietnam AF
49340 (MSN 26601) by 1955 was PP-CDV of Sercicor Aereos Cruziero do Sul.
49341 (MSN 26602) to N87658 (Ntu), to spares at Ryan Fd, AZ
49343 (MSN 26604)  w/o 13 Mar 1952 reportedly w/o
49344 converted to VC-47D, to Cambodia AF May 28, 1973.
49346 (MSN 15162/26607) to Spanish AF as T.3-18
49348 (MSN 15164/26609) to MASDC Nov 20, 1964.  To Colombian AF under MAP Apr 16, 1965
49349 (MSN 26610) to Paraguayan AF as T-75, reserialled to FAP-2018 in 1980.
49350 (MSN 15166/26611) to Spanish AF as T.3-11
49351 (MSN 15167/26612) to N404US, then N404U, then N13MA.  WFU in Mexico.
49352 (MSN 15168/26613) to US Navy as 50799
49353 (MSN 15169/26614) to Argentine AF as Ta-06 (Apr 1966) reserialled TC-36 (Dec 1973)
49354 (MSN 26615) to AC-47
49355 (MSN 26616, VC-47B): In 1987 preserved at Air Park, Charleston AFB, SC painted 
as '2100972', although nominally on charge of USAFM
49356 (MSN 26617) to Royal Laotian AF as 49356 Aug 10, 1956.  WFU 1982 (?)
49358 (MSN 26619) to MASDC Mar 23, 1972
49359 (MSN 26620) damaged Apr 20, 1948 Langley Afb, VA  (ground accident).  To MASDC
49360 (MSN 15176/26621) to Spanish AF as T.3-23
49361 (MSN 15177/26622) damaged Aug 30, 1951 Peterson Fd, OH  (taxi accident)
49362 (MSN 26623) to Uruguayan AF as 510 May 31, 1963
49363 (MSN 26624) to Navy as BuNo 50801
49365 (MSN 26626) crashed in Sandia Mountains of New Mexico 15 mi NE of Albuquerque Nov 16, 1944.
Aboard were a pilot and 11 passengers enroute from Wichita KS to Long Beach, CA.  Pilot and
six passengers were killed.
49366 (MSN 26627) to MASDC May 23, 1972.  At Chanute AFB.
49367 (MSN 26628) w/o Jan 10, 1961 Taif AB, Saudi Arabia
49369 (MSN 15185/ 26630) With Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) Libya in Aug 1968 and retired to MASDC on
May 16, 1970
49370 (MSN 26631) w/o in landing accident Feb 27, 1956 Hopkinsville-Ft Campbell AAF, Kentucky
49371 (MSN 26632) damaged Nov 6, 1950 Randolph Afb, Tx  (grd accident).  To MASDC
49372 (MSN 26633) damaged Apr 1, 1946 Godman Fd, Kty  (grd accident)
49373 (MSN 26634)  to Khmer AF on Sep 22, 1970 as ‘349373’
49375 (MSN 26636)  damaged Feb 14, 1946 Ellington Fd, Tx  (taxi accident)
49376 (MSN 15192/26637) to RAAF as A65-65 (VH-CUV).  To PNG Defence Force 1981 as P2-006.
Crashed at Nadzap, PNG Nov 18, 1987 after engine lost power
on takeoff and while attempting a wheels-up landing a wing was
ripped off and aircraft was damaged beyond repair.  All occupants
survived.
49377 (MSN 15193/26638) to RAAF as A65-67 (VH-CUX) Jan 1945.  To PNG Defence Force Aug 1975 as 
P2-003
49378 (MSN 26639) to RAAF as A65-66 (VH-CUW).  Damaged 12/1950 and scrapped.
49379 (MSN 26640) to RAAF as A65-64 (VH-CUU).  Withdrawn 12/1979.  Located at Wagga until
moved to Tocumwal for museum which is to be located there.
49380 (MSN 26641) to RCAF as Dakota 979.  Renumbered 12959 in 1970.
49381 (MSN 26642) to RCAF as Dakota 982, later as 15197. 
49382 (MSN 26643) to RCAF as Dakota 981.  Renumbered 12960 in 1970. To C-FQNF with Central Mountain Air
Services of British Columbia.  Crashed Apr 4, 1991
49383 (MSN 26644) to RCAF as Dakota 980.  w/o May 6, 1952, Frobisher Bay
49384 (MSN 26645) w/o Jan 10, 1951 in crash 235 mi W of Albuquerque, New Mexico due to engine failure.   Crew bailed out.
49385 (MSN 15201/26646) to Italian AF as MM61816
49386 (MSN 15202/26647) damaged Dec 16, 1945 Brockley Fd, AL  (ground accident)
49387 (MSN 26648) to AC-47.  To Philippine AF as AC-47D 349387 named "The Pathfinder" and noted at Nichols AB,
Manila in 1980.
49388 (MSN 26649) to RNZAF as NZ3528.  By 1954 was ZK-AYZ of New
Zealand National Airways
49389 (MSN 26650) to RNZAF as NZ3529
49390 (MSN 26651) to RNZAF as NZ3530
49402 (MSN 26663) destroyed by Japanese demolition team May 24, 1945 at Okinawa-Yontan Airfield.
49403 (MSN 26664)(144th ATS(L)/AK ANG) crashed 4 mi from Gustavus,
Alaska Nov 23, 1957 while attempting an instrument landing
during light snowfall.  SOC the next day.  7 passengers
survived but the 4 crewmembers died.
49404 (MSN 26665) 
49405 (MSN 26666) was assigned to 8th Army for General Maxwell Taylor,
and often used as a backup for Syngman Rhee's aircraft.  To Bolivian AF as TAM-16
49406 (MSN 15222/26667) to Portuguese AF as FAP 6165 in Jun 1961.  W/o May 10, 1968
when destroyed by fire at Lourenco Marques, Mozambique.
49408 (MSN 25224/26669) damaged Apr 23,  1956 Grenier Afb, Nh-struck hangar on  t/off-later to N7868B
49409 VC-47D MSN 26670. With 513th Tactical Air Wing at RAF
Mildenhall in July 1967. Retired to MASDC on May 2, 1970.
49411 (MSN 15227/26672) to MASDC Jan 26, 1970, on Apr 23, 1970 to McClellan AB  
49413 (MSN 15229/26674) w/o in takeoff accident Dec 27, 1951 Itazuke AB, Japan
49414 (MSN 15230/26675).  To civil registry as I-TROS, then VH-BNH "Barracamba"
of Butler Air Transport, then N55L.  Next 
to Catalina Pacific Airline until 1963.  To Continental Air Service (CASI) in 
Laos.  Crashed as Air Alliance (3J) at Phnom Penh, Cambodia Feb 14, 1971.
49415 (MSN 15231/26676) by Aug 1964 was operated by Pacific Northern
Airlines as N49319.
49416 (MSN 15232/26677) w/o 24 Oct 24, 1948 crash on approach-Rantoul-Chanute AB, IL (struck building in fog-3 lost & 18 ok)
49418 (MSN 15234/26679) to French AF.  Converted to AC-47D by
South Vietnam AF Sep 1967.To Thai AF 1957.  W/o Nakhon
Phanom Dec 13, 1967 when crashed on takeoff after being stolen
by inebriated US airman.
49420 VC-47D MSN 26681. With 513th Tactical Air Wing at RAF
Mildenhall in April 1970. Retired to MASDC on May 26, 1971.
49421 (MSN 26682) by 1954 was PP-YQH of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL.  There is
a report that this was converted to AC-47D and was lost
NE of Bien Hoa AB Sep 1, 1969.
49422 (MSN 26683) to civilian registry as NC67797. Sold to Inmobiliaria Santa Helena of Brazil as 
PP-XCJ. Sold to VASD as PP-SDF. Sold to Via Lactea Transportes Aereos as PP-AAA. 
Sold to Linha Aerea Transcontinental Brasileira as PP-ATJ. Sold to REAL as 
PP-YQH. Sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-320. Transferred to SATCO as 
OB-XAK-568 and later re-registered OB-R-568. W/o Chachapoyas, Peru Nov 30, 1966
49423 (MSN 26684) converted to AC-47D
49425 (MSN 26686) to MASDC.  On Jan 67, 1967 to Air International Corporation for MAP
49426 (MSN 26687) to N86457, to Khymer AF as 349426
49427 (MSN 26688) to Navy as BuNo 50808
49429 (MSN 26690) on civil registry as N6544V.
49431 (MSN 15247/26692) converted to SC-47B.  To US civil registry as N86449.  To Spanish AF as T.3-49 and to 
G-BFPU with Warbirds of Great Britain Limited at Blackbushe, Surrey, England Sep 7, 1978. but destroyed Dec 11, 1978.
49433 (MSN 26694) to Khymer AF as 349433 Sep 24, 1970. W/o Oct 1973 at Ponchengton, Cambodia
49435 (MSN 26696) to B-1407, XW-PAD Leased to Air Laos May 12, 1960 and w/o Dec 15, 1960.
49438 (MSN 26699) to MASDC
49439 (MSN 26700) w/o in landing accident Oct 8, 1947 Sawmill Bay, Canada
49440 (MSN 26701) w/o Oct 19, 1950 in takeoff accident at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
49441 (MSN 26702) damaged Jun 24, 1946 Great Falls, AAB, MT  (taxi accident).
Damaged Jul 27, 1948 Lowry AB, CO  (ground accident).  To MASDC Dec 30, 1969
49442 (MSN 26703, C-47J) to US Navy as 50811.  
49443 (MSN 26704) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946 as XT-T32.  To Chile as CC-CBW and
noted derelict outside Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio, Santiago Mar 2010.  In 2012 was preserved
in good state. 
49444 (MSN 15260/26705) to N49466
49445 (MSN 15261/26706) damaged Dec 2, 1951 Goose Bay Afb, Labrador.  (grd accident) 
49446 (MSN 15262/26707) assigned to US Army Advisory Group, Nanking, China.  FLC sale to China.
49447 (MSN 15263/26708) to Navy as BuNo 50812
49448 (MSN 15264/26709) damaged Mar 11, 1945 Chungking, China  (taxi accident)
49449 (MSN 15265/26710) apparently condemned Apr 20, 1946, believed
following attempted forced landing.  Must have been repaired,
since to Indian Airlines as VT-CEN.  To Indian AF as BJ921.
49450 (MSN 15266/26711) damaged Oct 28, 1947 Augusta, ME  (taxi accident)
49451 (MSN 15267/26712) crashed at Chanyi, China Jan 19, 1945.
49453 (MSN 15269/26714) to RAF as Dakota IV KK133.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 12, 1952.  NEIAF as X-10 from
1953 to 1962.  To Philippines
49454 (MSN 15270/26715) to RAF as Dakota IV KK134.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 9, 1953.  To Madagascar as 5R-MMD
49455 (MSN 15271/26716) to RAF as Dakota IV KK135.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 9, 1953.
49456 (MSN 15272/26717) transferred to RAF as Dakota IV KK136.  To Scottish Aviation as
G-AMPP Mar 1952.  Used for trooping with temporary RAF serial XF756.  Grounded Feb 1971
and displayed at Lasham, UK painted as G-AMSU.  To EuroDisney near Paris in 1993.
Now at Wings of Liberation Museum at Best, Netherlands for restoration in USAAF colors.
49457 (MSN 15273/26718) to US Navy as BuNo 50814.
49458 (MSN 15274/26719) to RAF as Dakota IV KK137.  Transferred to
BOAC as G-AGNB Jan 26, 1945.  Became YI-GNB, then G-AGNB
again, registration G-AGNB cancelled Feb 1, 1950 on sale
as VR-AAF.
49459 (MSN 15275/26720) to RAF as Dakota IV KK138.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 18, 1953.
49460 (MSN 15276/26721) to RAF as Dakota IV KK139.  Transferred
to BOAC as G-AGNE Feb 14, 1945.  Registration cancelled
Nov 21, 1949 on sale as VP-KHN.  To French AF as 15276
49461 (MSN 15277/26722) to RAF as Dakota IV KK140.  Missing between
Patenga and Allahabad Aug 3, 1945.
49462 (MSN 15278/26723) to RAF as Dakota IV KK141.  Transferred to 
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 16, 1953.
49464 (MSN 15280/26725) to RAF as Dakota IV KK142.  Transferred to
BOAC as G-AGND Jan 26, 1945.  Registration cancelled Jan 4, 1961
on sale as VP-BBT.
49465 (MSN 15281/26726) to RAF as Dakota IV KK143.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946 as Dakota IV KK143.
49466 (MSN 15282/26727) to RAF as Dakota IV KK144.  SOC Mar 18, 1948.
49467 (MSN 15283/26728) to RAF as Dakota IV KK145.  To BOAC as G-AGNC Jan 26, 1945.  To 
Aer Lingus as EI-ADX Jun 4, 1945.  Restored as G-AGNC Sep 1948.  To F-OAFR Apr 4, 1949
operated by Air Outre-Mer.
W/o Feb 3, 1953 at Mung Sai, Laos when destroyed by shelling. 18 killed.
49468 (MSN 15284/26729)  to RAF as Dakota IV KK146.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 12, 1953. 
49469 (MSN 15285/26730) to RAF as Dakota IV KK147.  SOC Feb 22, 1950
49470 (MSN 15286/26731) to RAF as Dakota IV KK148.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 12, 1948. 
49471 (MSN 15287/26732) to RAF as Dakota IV KK149.  Registered G-AMZX 
May 29, 1953, registration cancelled Sep 14, 1953 on sale to
Sudan Airways as SN-AAG.
49472 (MSN 26733) to US Navy as R4D-6 50816.
49473 (MSN 15289/26734) to RAF as Dakota IV KK150.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 24, 1974.
49474 (MSN 15290/26735) to RAF as Dakota IV KK151.  To civil registry as G-AMRA
Mar 8, 1952.  Carried out trooping work using serial XE280, a temporary
military identity to avoid possible diplomatic pitfalls. Registration
G-AMRA still current as of Apr 7, 2008, with Atlantic Airlines
of Coventry.  Used for pleasure flights and charters, but new EU regulations requiring that all passenger-
carrying airliners must have all modern safety devices will
ground the C-47.
49475 (MSN 15291/26736) to RAF as Dakota IV KK152.  SOC Feb 16, 1950
49476 (MSN 15292/26737) to RAF as Dakota IV KK153.  SOC Feb 10, 1950
49477 (MSN 15293/26738) to RAF as Dakota IV KK154.  Crash landed at
Blakehill Farm Jan 14, 1946 when wrong propeller was feathered
during takeoff on training flight.
49478 (MSN 15294/26739) to RAF as Dakota IV KK155.  SOC Feb 21, 1950
49479 (MSN 15295/26740) to RAF as Dakota IV KK156.  Transferred to
Greek AF Sep 14, 1949.  Still flying with
Greek AF in 2005.  (AFM 11/2005)
49480 (MSN 15296/26741) to RAF as Dakota IV KK157.  SOC Feb 7, 1950.
49481 (MSN 15297/26742) to RAF as Dakota IV KK158.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 21, 1953.
49482 (MSN 15298/26743) to RAF as Dakota IV KK159.  Transferred to
SAAF as 6870 Oct 1945.
49483 (MSN 15299/26744) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK160, but 
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
49484 (MSN 15300/26745) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK161,
but diverted to SAAF as 6851, no RAF service
49485 (MSN 15301/26746) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK162, but
diverted to SAAF as 6850, no RAF service.
49486 (MSN 15302/26747) damaged Jun 14, 1945 Kunming, China  (ground accident)
49489 (MSN 15305/26750) missing near Peishiyi, China Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12037
49490 (MSN 15306/26751) w/o Dec 23, 1945 near Bourneville, Oklahoma
49491 (MSN 26752) converted to EC-47P.
49492 (MSN 26753) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down Dec 17, 1965 on
transport mission from Tan Son Nhut to Phan Rang AB.  9 KIA.
49494 (MSN 26755) w/o Jun 27, 1957 reportedly w/o
49495 (MSN 26756) to AC-47D.  Later to South Vietnam AF, then to Philippine AF
49496 (MSN 26757) w/o May 17, 1950 in landing accident Aurora-Lowry AB, Colorado.
49497 (MSN 26758) to Philippine AF
49498 (MSN 26759) to El Salvador AF as 105 Sep 1967.
49499 (MSN 26760) to AC-47D.  Destroyed in ground attack at Binh
Thuy AB Sep 29, 1968.
49500 (MSN 15316/26761) damaged Jul 24, 1948 Grenier AB, NH
49501 (MSN 15317/26762)
49502 (MSN 15318/26763) to N6082C
49504 (MSN 15320/26765) to Honduras AF as FAH 307 Jun 1968.
49505 (MSN 15321/26766) On May 30, 1974 to El Salvador AF as ‘108’
49507 (MSN 26768) transferred to WPAFB Museum (painted as C-47A 43-15174).  Was last C-47 in USAF service; 
landed at WPAFB Jun 30, 1975 on delivery to USAFM with 20821 hours total time.
49509 (MSN 26770) w/o Dec 9, 1947, Langley Field, Virginia
49510 (MSN 26771) to MASDC
49511 (MSN 15327/26772) w/o Oct 18, 1956  reportedly w/o
49512 (MSN 15328/26773) to Spanish AF as T.3-21 Nov 1957 and w/o Dec 9, 1965.
49514 (MSN 26775) to Fuerza Aerea Colombiana as 1124.  Sold as HK-3177  As HK-3177 operated by Interandes crashed
on May 15, 1991.
49515 (MSN 26776) w/o Jul 27, 1954
49516 (MSN 26777) converted to AC-47D.  to Vietnam AF, then to Khymer AF May 1974, escaped
to Thailand Apr 1975, to Royal Thai AF from Khymer AF as L2-43/18 Sep 9, 1975.  Noted at the Royal Thai 
Police Museum, Bangkok, mounted above the gate house and marked as ‘219789’. Last noted 2012.
49517 (MSN 26778) converted to AC-47D. To South Vietnam AF, later to
Colombian AF.
49518 (MSN 26779) to MASDC
49520 (MSN 26781) to EC-47B then to AC-47B. W/o 19 Sep 1967 reportedly w/o
49521 (MSN 26782)  to MASDC May 7, 1970
49522 (MSN 26783)  damaged Apr 27, 1946 (grd accident)  Naples.  To N87632
49523 (MSN 26784) damaged Dec 28, 1947 Nome, AK  (force landing-out of fuel)
49524 (MSN 26785) to EC-47B then to AC-47B.  To South Vietnam AF
49525 (MSN 26786) damaged Jul 1, 1951 Kirtland AFB, NM  (t/off accident).  To MASDC
49526 (MSN 26787) delivered from Douglas Aircraft, Long Beach, CA
Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, 
Langley Field, VA Jan 18, 1946 to Oct 18, 1971.  Registered as NACA 501
Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Oct 18, 1971
Registered as NASA 636.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
Registered as NASA 827.  Registered as N827NA Mar 1, 1972, cancelled Jan 17, 1985
Preserved by the National Museum of the US Air Force
On loan to and displayed by the Fairchild AFB Heritage Airpark, Spokane, WA
[Is, or has been, marked as ‘315174’]
49527 (MSN 26788) w/o Apr 15, 1951 in crash 6 mi N of Solano, California
49528 (MSN 26789) to N62083
49529 (MSN 26790) w/o Nov 9, 1950 in landing accident at Kenai AP, Alaska.
49530 (MSN 26791) while attached to 62nd TCG, 4th TCS w/o Apr 12, 1945
when it was one of 5 parked aircraft struck by landing B-17 44-6756 in Italy.
49531 (MSN 26792) on civil registry as N215CM
49533 (MSN 15349/26794) to Argentine AF as TC-35.  To Chilean civil registry as CC-CLL, later CC-PLU.
Registered LV-BEH Mar 2006.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49534 (MSN 26795) crashed on finals Berlin, West Germany Jul 25, 1948.  2 killed.
Flew into a block of flats while on approach to Tempelhof.
49537 This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49539 (MSN 15355/26800) to Italian AF as MM61815
49540 (MSN 26801) crashed near Baden-Baden, Germany on April 7, 1969.
49542 (MSN 26803) to N94448
49543 (MSN 26804) damaged Jun 17, 1945 Birmingham AAF, AL  (taxi accident).  To Bolivian AF as TAM-15, to CP-1417, wfu at Cochabamba
49544 (MSN 26805) to MASDC Apr 19, 1969
49545 (MSN 26806) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1958.  Allocated to Lopburi
for display in 1988 and there since 1989.
49546 (MSN 26807) converted to AC-47D.  Shot down in Laos May 15, 1966.  10 KIA
49547 (MSN 26808) converted to EC-47P. Crash-landed in lake after takeoff from Ubon RTAFB,
Thailand Feb 18, 1967.  Crew suffered some injuries. 
49549 (MSN 26810) w/o Mar 6, 1955 Clinton, IA
49550 (MSN 26811)  to PI-C567
49553 (8th ARS, 3094th Composite Wing) left Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs Dec 10, 1952 bound for
Stead AFB, NV.  Crashed into Ruby Mountains near Elko, NV.  5 crew and one passenger killed.
49554 (MSN 26815) damaged Jul 10, 1945  CBI
49556 (MSN 26817) to MASDC Nov 7, 1969
49557 (MSN 26818) by 1955 was PP-CDD of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul.
49558 (MSN 26819) to civilian registry as NC62035. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAV-223. 
W/o Mt. Carpish, Huanuco, Peru Feb 10, 1949.
49561 (MSN 26822) w/o 11 Aug 1951 reportedly w/o
49562 (MSN 26823) to civil registry as PP-VBK.  Now at Museu de Armas e Veiculos
Motorizados Antigos, Babeduoro, Brazil.
49564 (MSN 26825) to Paraguayan AF as 5-55, reserialled to FAP-2025 in 1980.
49567 (MSN 26828) to N87661, then CF-AAL with Austin Airways Ltd of Timmins, Ontario.  Later w/o Nov 9, 1969
49570 (MSN 26831) converted to EC-47Q.  To Republic of Korea AF Jun 12, 1975, currently (Oct 2005) stored at
Seoul Air Base.
49571 (MSN 26832) to CNRRQA Jan 4, 1947 Manila to China as 571.  Broken up Mar 1947(?)
49572 (MSN 26833) converted to AC-47B, to Vietnam AF, to Cambodia AF Jan 29, 1971. 
49577 (MSN 26838) lost Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12041.
49579 (MSN 26840) w/o Mar 12, 1945 , reportedly w/o
49581 (MSN 15397/26842) to Indian Air Lines as VT-CYF, to Indian AF as BJ622.
Destroyed Dec 15, 1971 in an accident at Machuka, India.
49582 (MSN 15398/26843) damaged Feb 2, 1946 Lincoln AAF, NE.  Damaged Oct 24, 1952 San Francisco, CA  (taxi accident)
49593 (MSN 15409/26854) to RAF as Dakota IV KK163.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 2, 1953.  To Madagascar as 5R-MMC
49594 (MSN 15410/26855) to RAF as Dakota IV KK164.  Returned to
USAAF May 10, 1947.  To Chadian AF in 1961 as 49594/TT-LAA
49595 (MSN 15411/26856) to RAF as Dakota IV KK165.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 28, 1947
49596 (MSN 15412/26857) to RAF as Dakota IV KK166.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 28, 1947.  To S. A. Air Nolis Mar 1948 as F-BEIH.  W/o Jan 30, 1950 Le Treport, France operated by Air Nolis.
49597 (MSN 15413/26858) to RAF as Dakota IV KK167.  Dove into ground
30 mi E of Kyaukpyu in bad weather Jun 8, 1945.
49598 (MSN 15414/26859) to RAF as Dakota IV KK168.  SOC Mar 2, 1948
49599 (MSN 15415/26860) to RAF as Dakota IV KK169.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.  Transferred to
Royal Hellenic AF Mar 27, 1947.  Data plate and RHAF serial "exchanged" with 44-77072 at Athens
ca 1955.  WFU in 1979 and delivered to 134 PTE at Tatoi, Greence for use as ground instructional
aircraft.  To Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Greece Apr 1995.  Stored.
49600 (MSN 15416/26861) to RAF as Dakota IV KK170.  DBR when swung
on takeoff and struck parked Sentinels, Maunubyin Mar 25, 1945.
49601 (MSN 15417/26862) to RAF as Dakota IV KK171.  Transferred
to Greek AF Mar 27, 1947
49602 (MSN 15418/26863) to RAF as Dakota IV KK172.  Belly landed
near Trat, Thailand in bad weather Sep 25, 1945. SOC Mar 4, 1946
as beyond repair.
49603 (MSN 15419/26864) to RAF as Dakota IV KK173.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49604 (MSN 15420/26865) to RAF as Dakota IV KK174.  Then to Belgian AF as K22
Jan 15, 1947 (call sign OT-CNL) then to French AF as 349604.  To F-WSGU, to N18263.
49605 (MSN 15421/26866) to RAF as Dakota IV KK175.  Flew into hill
in cloud 4 mi SE of Kyaukpyu during supply dropping mission
Jun 20, 1945.
49606 (MSN 15422/26867) to RAF as Dakota IV KK176.  By 1955 was VR-SDH of 
Malayan Airways Ltd as VR-SCQ
49607 (MSN 15423/26868) to RAF as Dakota IV KK177.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Orient Airways as AP-AEI, later
to Pakistan International Airlines, then reregistered as AP-AJT, to Air
Taxi Company as EP-AGZ.  W/o Apr 13, 1970 at Ahwaz Airport, Iran when
stalled on takeoff.  Left wing hit the ground, causing the plane to
slide off the runway.  Both engines caught fire.
49608 (MSN 15424/26869) to RAF as Dakota IV  KK178.  To Belgian AF as K20
(call sign OT-CNK) Jan 15, 1947, then to French AF as 49608.  To Cameroun AF as TJ-XAL
49609 (MSN 15425/26870) to RAF as Dakota IV KK179.  Wrecked when
swung on landing and struck Dakota KN233, Cox's Bazaar
May 9, 1945.
49610 (MSN 15426/26871) to RAF as Dakota IV KK180.  Destroyed by
fire after running out of fuel in bad weather and striking
bund in attempted forced landing, Yaping, China May 20, 1945.
49611 (MSN 15427/26872) to RAF as Dakota IV KK181.  Transferred to
Greek AF Mar 27, 1947.

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