USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria: 43-9628
Description Criteria:
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
43-9458 ... 43-9637 (EXACT MATCH)
Douglas A-20G-30-DO Havoc
9458 in accident Sep 18, 1944.
9459 salvaged Sep 18, 1944
9460 salvaged Oct 1, 1945.  Dumped at Morotai at end of war.
9461 assigned to FEAPAS.  Terminated Sep 22, 1947.
9462 in accident Mar 19, 1944
9463 salvaged Sep 26, 1945
9464 scrapped Mar 20, 1945
9465 in accident Oct 6, 1944
9466 shot down in combat Apr 8, 1945
9467 in accident Jun 29, 1944
9468 in accident Jun 10, 1945
9469 in accident Apr 5, 1944
9470 salvaged Mar 4, 1945
9471 lost in combat Jan 31, 1945
9472 in accident Jun 27, 1944
9473 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
9474 salvaged Dec 12, 1944
9475 (312th BG, 387th BS) both engines cut prior to landing and crashed at Gusap, New Guinea
Jun 12, 1944.  Pilot and 4 passengers killed.
9476 (3rd BG, 89th BS, "Little Isadore") salvaged Jun 12, 1945
9477 shot down by AAA Mar 19, 1944
9478 in accident Jun 6, 1944
9479 salvaged Feb 16, 1945
9480 MIA May 3, 1945
9481 in accident May 22, 1944
9482 in accident May 22, 1944
9483 condemned Jul 19, 1944
9484 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
9485 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
9486 shot down by AAA Jun 7, 1944
9487 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
9488 (417th BG, 675th BS) in accident Apr 16, 1944 during infamous Black Sunday mission 
to Hollanida in landing it sea.  2 KIA, 1 rescued.
9489 (410th BG) MIA Sep 6, 1944.  MACR 9102.
9490 (410th BG) MIA Jul 6, 1944.  MACR 6703.
9491 in accident Apr 16, 1944 during infamous Black Sunday mission to 
Hollanida.  This aircraft must have been recovered by the RAAF, 
as its remains were noted in storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, 
for disposal by RAAF Museum now that their two A-20 restorations are complete.
9492 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
9493 salvaged Jul 4, 1945
9494 damaged when ran off runway during emergency landing Mar 26 1945.  salvaged APR 18, 1945
9495 loaned to RAF Apr 25, 1944.  Assigned to 9th AF HQ when it crashed at Aldershot, England Jun 8, 1944.
9496 in accident Mar 11, 1944
9497 sunk Apr 8, 1944
9498 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
9499 Jul 9, 1944.
9500 in accident Jul 4, 1944
9501 MIA Aug 29, 1944
9502 (410th BG, 644th BS) shot down by AAA Aug 5, 1945.   MACR 7932
9503 salvaged Aug 18, 1945
9504/9608 Lend-Lease to USSR
9546 (307th Ferry Sqn/7th Ferry Group) w/o in forced landing at Calgary, Alberta, Canada Jan 15, 1944
during ferry flight to USSR.
9609 salvaged Apr 28, 1944
9610 in accident Apr 12, 1944
9611 salvaged Jun 8, 1945
9612 in accident Mar 10, 1944
9613 salvaged Mar 10, 1944
9614 salvaged Jun 11, 1945
9615 salvaged Nov 2, 1945
9616 (47th BG) lost Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 12982.  Condemned Mar 18, 1945
9617 salvaged Mar 21, 1945
9618 off inventory Nov 30, 1945
9619 (47th BG) MIA Jan 30, 1945.  MACR 11823.
9620 (47th BG) lost Mar 11, 1945.  MACR 12981.  Salvaged Mar 20, 1945
9621 shot down by AAA Apr 11, 1944
9622 salvaged Aug 11, 1944
9623 in accident Mar 15, 1944
9624 lost in combat Jan 25, 1944
9625 in accident Mar 26, 1944
9626 in accident Mar 19, 1944
9627 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
9628 (*Lady Constance*, 388th BS) in accident Apr 20, 1944 near Wabusarik
during infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida.  Crew rescued.
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.  Forward fuselage noted at Hinckley, England
Mar 2004.
9629 (675th BS) main gear collapsed during landing at Yamai Apr 16, 1944 during infamous Black Sunday 
mission to Hollanida.  This aircraft must have been recovered by 
the RAAF, as its remains were noted in storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, 
for disposal by RAAF Museum now that their two A-20 restorations are complete
9630 salvaged Mar 26, 1945
9631 lost in combat Apr 22, 1945
9632 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
9634 lost in accident Jan 3, 1945
9635 (417th BG) lost Jan 2, 1945, Luzon.  MACR 11894.
9636 lost in combat Jun 2, 1945
9637 salvaged Dec 9, 1945
43-17254 ... 43-19673
Cancelled contracts
43-49613 ... 43-49962
Douglas C-47B-20-DK
MSN 26874/27223 (originally allocated MSN 15429/15778)
49703,49760,49790,49808,49814,49832,49852,
49880,49903,49921,49939,49956 completed as TC-47B-20-DK
49640,49745,49775,49802,49826,49845,49859,
49873,49887,49898,49907,49916,49925,49934,
49943,49952,49961 completed as C-47B-23-DK
49613 (MSN 15429/26874) to US Navy as R4D-6 50819.
49614 (MSN 15430/26875)
49615 (MSN 15431/26876) to US Navy as R4D-8 50821.
49616 (MSN 15432/26877) to US Navy as 50822
49617 (MSN 15433/26878) to US Navy as 50823
49618 (MSN 15434/26879) to RAF as Dakota IV KK182.  SOC Mar 21, 1950.
49619 (MSN 15435/26880) to RAF as Dakota IV KK183.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  
49620 (MSN 15436/26881) to RAF as Dakota IV KK184.  SOC Jun 2, 1950
49621 (MSN 15437/26882) to RAF as Dakota IV KK185.  SOC Sep 5, 1950,
then to Lutheran World Federation as XT-T72, "St. Paul", 
then Max Springweiler, leased to CAT as XT-809, then International 
Air Transport as VR-HEX, then Max Springweiler, 
leased to CAT as B-809.  Sold to Black Knox Co, Pittsburgh as N230BK in 1964, 
sold to SAETA, Quito, as HC-APT in 1967, sold to Ministerio de Agricultura Y 
Ganadona, Quito, in April 1975. 
49622 (MSN 15438/26883)
49623 (MSN 15484/26884) to RAF as Dakota IV KK186.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.
49624 (MSN 15485/26885) to RAF as Dakota IV KK187.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 6, 1948.  To MASDC
49625 (MSN 15486/26886) to RAF as Dakota IV KK188.  DBR when belly landed
at Kalidut, Burma in bad weather May 28, 1946.
49626 (MSN 15487/26887) to RAF as Dakota IV KK189.  Hit sea in
rainstorm and exploded, Akyab Harbor Jul 2, 1945.
49627 (MSN 15488/26888) to RAF as Dakota IV KK190.  Returned
to USAAF Aug 29, 1947.  By 1955 was CF-FBY of Maritime Central
Airlines Ltd.
49628 (MSN 15444/26889) to RAF as Dakota IV KK191.  Returned to 
USAAF Jun 17, 1947, then became G-AKAR Jul 3, 1947.  
Registration cancelled Jan 1, 1951 on export
to S.A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense as PP-VBV 
49629 (MSN 15445/26890) to RAF as Dakota IV KK192.  SOC May 30, 1946
49630 (MSN 26891) crashed during takeoff from Myitkyina South,
Burma Feb 12, 1945.
49631 (MSN 26892)
49632 (MSN 26893)
49633 (MSN 26894) condemned for salvage Aug 27, 1945
49634 (MSN 26895)
49635 (MSN 26896) w/o Jul 5, 1945 in landing accident at Nanning, China
49636 (MSN 26897)
49637 (MSN 26898)
49638 (MSN 15454/26899) to N86438, then to Spanish AF as T.3-32
49639 (MSN 26900) to Paraguayan AF as T-49 in 1964.  Q/o Jun 4, 1965.
49640 (MSN 26901)
49641 (MSN 26902) converted to VC-47B.  To Thai AF through MAP Mar 13, 1964 as L2-30/07. Converted
to AC-47D by Sep 1970.  W/o Ubon Ratchathani
Aug 9, 1983.
49642 (MSN 15458/26903) to USAAF Jan 15, 1945.  To Cathay Pacific Airlines as VR-HEC.  Chartered to user
in Indonesia which was linked to the potential sale of the aircraft.
Bought by Indonesian Airways Oct 14, 1948.  In Aug 1950 to Indonesian
nationalist air force (AURI) as RI-001, named Seulawah, then used by Indonesian Airways.
Flown under charter to Burmese government during 1945 and part of 1950.
49643 (MSN 26904)
49644 (MSN 26905) crashed 15 mi NW of Mangshih, India when ran out of fuel Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12038.  Crew bailed out.
49645 (MSN 26906)
49646 (MSN 26907) w/o Oct 5, 1945 over the Hump
49647 (MSN 26908)
49648 (MSN 26909) to Taiwan
49649 (MSN 26910)
49650 (MSN 26911)
49651 (MSN 26912)
49652 (MSN 26913)
49653 (MSN 26914)
49654 (MSN 26915) to MASDC
49655 (MSN 26916/15471) to India for government of Orissa as VT-CLA.  It was
owned by Orissa, but was purchased in support of the Indonesian
republic.  W/o Oct 21, 1947 while on charter to the Indonesian government.
It was either shot down or crashed while evading the Dutch forces.
There is a VT-CLA on display in the TNI-AU Museum, but it is
another aircraft.
49656 (MSN 26917)
49657 (MSN 26918) crashed WSW of Tiengo Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12028
49658 (MSN 26919)
49659 (MSN 26920) to Aerea Teseo of Florence, Italy as I-GENO
49660 (MSN 26921/15476) on December 23, 1944 delivered to USAF.  On May 07, 1945 to 
Forca Aerea Brasileira as FAB-09, then FAB-2017. October 10, 1978 to Royal Taxi Aereo (Votec)
of Belem State of Para, Brazil, registered as PT-KZG.  December 1997 to the Aeroclube do Rio 
Grande do Sul, registered as PP-VBN.  Completely restored, painted in VARIG 
livery and still flying in 2003 in air shows.
49661 (MSN 15477/26922) to Brazilian AF as FAB-10, then FAB-2018.
Then to Paraguayan AF as T-33, then FAP 2034.  Destroyed in
1987 at the town of Capitan Pablo Langerenza, Asuncion, Paraguay.
49662 (MSN 15478/26923) to Brazilian AF as FAB-11, then FAB-2019.
W/o Apr 14, 1945 at Barreiras, BA, Brazil.
49663 (MSN 26924) to Navy as BuNo 50826
49664 (MSN 26925) Lend-Lease to French AF
49665 (MSN 15481/26926) to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349665, call sign F-RAMG, for service in French Indo China. 
Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
49666 (MSN 26927) Lend-Lease to French AF
49667 (MSN 15483/26928) to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349667, call sign F-RBFL, for service in French Indo China. 
Aug 9, 1951 written off (DBR) in Saigon, French Indo China.
49668 (MSN 26929)
49669 (MSN 26930)
49670 (MSN 26931)
49671 (MSN 26932)
49672 (MSN 26933)
49673 (MSN 26934)
49674 (MSN 26935)
49675 (MSN 26936)
49676 (MSN 26937)
49677 (MSN 26938)
49678 (MSN 26939) w/o Oct 12, 1945 in crash 5 mi ENE of Dum Dum AP, India
49679 (MSN 26940) converted to EC-47P.  Hit while parked by China Airlines C-46 Feb 18, 1967.
49680 (MSN 26941) damaged in takeoff accident at Kunming, China May 4, 1945.
49681 (MSN 26942) w/o Nov 4, 1950 in takeoff accident at Misawa AB, Japan
49682 (MSN 26943)
49683 (MSN 26944) w/o Oct 23, 1945, India, condemned Oct 23, 1945
49684 (MSN 26945) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49685 (MSN 26946) damaged Jul 5, 1945 in taxi accident at Kunming, China
49686 (MSN 26947) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49687 (MSN 26948)
49688 (MSN 26949) to VC-47B.  To MASDC Jul 7, 1969
49689 (MSN 26950)
49690 (MSN 26951) condemned for salvage Oct 29, 1946
49691 (MSN 15507/26952) to Libya, later to Turkish AF as 691 in 1974.
49692 (MSN 26953)
49693 (MSN 26954) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
49694 (MSN 26955)
49695 (MSN 26956) to Turkish AF Nov 26, 1946 as 6011, coded TK-11
49696 (MSN 26957) damaged Mar 3, 1945 Liangahan, China  (taxi accident)
49697 (MSN 26958) 
49698 (MSN 26959) to MASDC
49699 (MSN 26960)
49700 (MSN 26961) to MASDC Mar 9, 1970
49701 (MSN 26962) converted to AC-47B, to Vietnam AF, to Cambodian AF Jan 29, 1971.  To Thailand in 1968.
49702 (MSN 26963)
49703 (MSN 26964) converted to EC-47N then to EC-47P.  To Vietnam AF, to Cambodia AF, to Thai AF.  Now on 
display in Ripley's Royal Garden Plaza, Pattaya, Thailand.
49704 (MSN 26965) with 21st TCS, while flying at reduced speed for airdrop of combat supplies to troops east of
Hyesanjin, Korea Nov 21, 1950 stalled in left bank at 300 feet and crashed and burned.  All 7 crew killed.
49705 (MSN 26966) to AC-47.  W/o Sep 29, 1960 reportedly w/o
49706 (MSN 26967)
49707 (MSN 26968) in 1987 preserved at Hector Field, Fargo, ND although nominally
on charge of USAFM
49708 (MSN 26969) to RAF as Dakota IV KK193.  Sold as scrap Sep 9, 1957
49709 (MSN 26970) to RAF as Dakota IV KK194.  Flew into Bed Talaidh
Mountain, Mull Feb 1, 1945 while descending through cloud
during ferry flight.
49710 (MSN 26971) to RAF as Dakota IV KK195.  DBR when undercarriage
unlocked on landing causing aircraft to belly land, Alon
airstrip, Burma Mar 29, 1945.
49711 (MSN 26972) to RAF as Dakota IV KK196.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.  To Israel as 4X-AED.  To Israel Defense
Force Air Force as 007.  WFU by Jan 2001.
49712 (MSN 26973/15528) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50830.
49713 (MSN 26974) to RAF as Dakota IV KK197.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955
49714 (MSN 26975) to RAF as Dakota IV KK198.  To Trans Air as G-AMVK.  To
Aden Airways as VR-AAM.  W/o Apr 12, 1964 when crashed at
Hargeisa (HGA), Somalia.  15 killed.
49715 (MSN 26976) to RAF as Dakota IV KK199.  Crashed during attempted
forced landing 100 mi WNW of Cloncurry, Queensland Jan 16, 1946
after running out of fuel while lost.
49716 (MSN 26977) to RAF as Dakota IV KK200.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group Jun 29, 1955.
49717 (MSN 26978)
49718 (MSN 26979) to RAF as Dakota IV KK201.  Transferred to BOAC
as G-AGNF Feb 14, 1945. Registration cancelled Mar 8, 1950 on
sale as XY-ACM
49719 (MSN 26980) to RAF as Dakota IV KK202.  Sold Mar 27, 1953, had
already been registered G-AMZB Mar 26, 1953.  Registration
subsequently cancelled on sale as OO-SBK.  Registered EC-WSP May 23, 1962 to Spantax and to EC-ASP
May 1968.  Currently with Fundacio Parc Aeronautic de Catalunya at Sabadell, Barcelonia.
49720 (MSN 26981) to RAF as Dakota IV KK203.  DBR when tire burst on
on takeoff causing aircraft to swerve into soft sand and
undercarriage to collapse, Kyaukpyu Mar 19, 1945.
49721 (MSN 26982) to RAF as Dakota IV KK204.  SOC Sep 11, 1950.
49722 (MSN 26983) to USN as R4D-6 50832 Jan 2, 1945.
49723 (MSN 26984) to RAF as Dakota IV KK205.  Returned to USAAF May 11, 1948.  To Belgian AF Feb 23, 1949 as
K24.  Back to USAF Sep 18, 1952.  To Armee de l'Air as 349723/49723 Sep 25, 1952, call signs F-RAND,
F-RAZV, F-RBFN, F-RCAL Chateaudin in 1971, sold as F-BTDH May 1972.  To Congo AF as TN-211.
49724 (MSN 26985) to RAF as Dakota IV KK206.  Transferred to BOAC as
G-AGNK Feb 14, 1945.  WFU at Southend Dec 14, 1963 and
scrapped during 1966 
49725 (MSN 15541/26986) to RAF as Dakota IV KK207.  Returned to USAAF Sep 8, 1948.  To Spanish AF as T.3-22 Nov 1957
and W/o Jun 25, 1968
49726 (MSN 26987) to RAF as Dakota IV KK208.  Crash landed 3 mi W of
Mingaladon Feb 22, 1946 after losing power on approach.
49727 (MSN 26988) to Navy as BuNo 50833
49728 (MSN 26989) to RAF as Dakota IV KK209.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group, later to West German AF.  Now preserved at
Oberschleissheim (Deutsches Museum), Germany wearing serial 14+01.
49729 (MSN 26990) to RAF as Dakota IV KK210.  Sold Sep 9, 1957, became
ST-AAL.
49730 (MSN 26991) to RAF as Dakota IV KK211.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49731 (MSN 26992) to RAF as Dakota IV KK212.  SOC Apr 24, 1950.
49732 (MSN 26993) to Navy as BuNo 50834
49733 (MSN 26994) to RAF as Dakota IV KK213.  Sold Feb 6, 1953, became VP-YKH "Matabele"
of Central African Airways
49734 (MSN 26995) to RAF as Dakota IV KK214.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
49735 (MSN 15551/26996) to RAF as Dakota IV KK215.  Returned to USAAF Jun 12, 1947,
then to Belgian AF as K27 (call sign OT-CWM), later to NEIAF X-4.  To Philippine civil registry as
PI-C643, RP-C643
49736 (MSN 15552/26997) to RAF as Dakota IV KK216.  Registered G-AGNG
Feb 14, 1945.  To EI-ADY Jun 4, 1948.  Reverted to G-AGNG
Oct 1948.  Registration G-AGNG cancelled Jan 26, 1951 on
sale to Quebecair as CF-GVZ.
49737 (MSN 26998) to Navy as BuNo 50835
49738 (MSN 26999) to RAF as Dakota IV KK217.  DBR when overshot
landing at Beirut May 18, 1945 believed due to brake failure.
49739 (MSN 27000) to RAF as Dakota IV KK218.  Transferred to SAAF
as 6865 Sep 27, 1945
49740 (MSN 27001) to RAF as Dakota IV KK219.  Transferred to Greek
AF Apr 30, 1947
49741 (MSN 27002) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KK220 but
diverted to SAAF as 6852, no RAF service.
49742 (MSN 27003) to Navy as BuNo 50836
49743 (MSN 27004) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN200, but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.  Renumbered 12902 in 1970.
49744 (MSN 27005) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN201, but
diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.  Renumbered 12903 in 1970.  To civil registry as N46938 and
cancelled on Dec 20 1990 on export to Malawi
49745 (MSN 27006) to N94470 in 1974, to HK-2518X and w/o Nov 10, 1999.
49746 (MSN 27007)
49747 (MSN 27008/15563) to US Navy as 50837 Jan 1945
49748 (MSN 27009)
49749 (MSN 27010)
49750 (MSN 27011) damaged Feb 1, 1945 Barrackpore, India  (taxi accident)
49751 (MSN 27012) w/o in ground loop accident at Kimpo AB, South Korea Apr 12, 1951.
49752 (MSN 27013) damaged in crash landing at Luliang, China Jul 19, 1945, condemned Jul 19, 1945.
49753 (MSN 27014) to Philippine AF
49754 (MSN 27015) w/o Oct 13, 1945 Missing between Okinawa & Laoag, Philippines. 6 lost
49755 (MSN 27016) by 1954 was PI-C95 of Philippine Air Lines, later RP-C95
49756 (MSN 27017) to Philippine AF.  To PI-C95
49757 (MSN 27018) damaged in landing accident at Itazuke AB, Japan Apr 2, 1947
49758 (MSN 27019)
49759 (MSN 27020)
49760 (MSN 27021) to MASDC Jan 10, 1967
49761 (MSN 27022)
49762 (MSN 27023) (374th TCG) lost Jun 18, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14772.
49763 (MSN 27024) to US Navy as BuNo 50838.
49764 (MSN 27025) w/o Apr 26, 1951  reportedly w/o 
49765 (MSN 27026) by 1954 was PI-C94 of Philippine Air Lines
49766 (MSN 27027) to AC-47D
49767 (MSN 27028) To NC90908, PP-YQJ, AE-10T (FAA) & re-serialled T-28 (Sep 20, 1960), to TC-28 Sep 1964
49768 (MSN 27029) (403rd Troop Carrier Squadron, 13th Troop Carrier Squadron) disappeared
on flight near Zamboanga, Philippines Nov 6, 1945. Crashed and burned on a mountain peak
at Sindangan, Mindanao.  All 5 onboard killed.
49769 (MSN 27030)
49770 (MSN 27031/15586) While attached to 1856 AACS at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma was damaged by taxiing
C-46D 44-78021.  Converted to AC-47D. Named "Spooky 71".   Damaged in flight by mortar
round Feb 24, 1969.  Medal of Honor awarded to John L. Levitow.  To South Vietnam AF
49771 (MSN 27032) converted to EC-47Q.  Crashed on takeoff Nov 21, 1972, Vietnam.
2 of 10 aboard killed.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49772 (MSN 27033) to El Salvador AF as 104 Sep 1967
49773 (MSN 27034) w/o Aug 1, 1962, reportedly w/o.
49774 (MSN 27035) to EC-47B then to AC-47B.  To Spanish AF as T.3-17 Aug 1957
49775 (MSN 27036) tp PP-SPQ
49776 (MSN 27037) to MASDC.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970
49777 (MSN 27038)
49778 (MSN 27039) to MASDC
49779 (MSN 27040)
49780 (MSN 27041)
49781 (MSN 27042) to French AF.  To Thai AF 1959.  May have been the plane w/o at
Ubon Ratchathani Sep 3, 1964.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
49782 (MSN 27043) w/o Nov 5, 1953 crash 2 miles N of Calhan, CO
49783 (MSN 27044) damaged Feb 11, 1951 Love Fd, Dallas, TX  (landing)
49784 (MSN 27045) converted to SC-47B.  During routine wing inspection
at OGMA, Portugal late 1963, extensive corrosion found,
aircraft returned to RAF Mildenhall and SOC for reclamation
Jan 15, 1964.  After removal of useful parts, aircraft was
dumped on airfield until destroyed for fire practice during
Oct 1964.
49785 (MSN 27046) to Ecuadorian AF as HC-AUP
49786 (MSN 27047) to civil registry as N376AS, ZS-OBU, 5Y-BNK, ZS-OBU, then unknown
5Y registration, then N376AS, and reverted to ZS-OBU.  Converted to DC-3C-TP and active as N500MF
49787 (MSN 27048) to Aerea Teseo of Florence, Italy as I-BOLO
49788 (MSN 27049) crashed into mountain Dutch New Guinea May 13, 1945.  20 of 23 onboard killed.
49789 (MSN 27050) to Ecuadorian AF as HC-AUS
49790 (MSN 15606/27051) to Taxi Aereo el Llanero (TAL) Feb 2, 1972
as HK-1333.  W/o Feb 23, 1974 when landed in unprepared field after
engine problems with fire after takeoff from Cali-Alfonso B.
Aragon Airport, Colombia.
49791 (MSN 15607/27052) w/o Dec 14, 1945 at Heraklion Field, Crete
49792 (MSN 15608/27053) damaged Jan 26, 1950 Itazuke AFB, Japan  (taxi accident).  W/o Feb 26, 1957  reportedly w/o 
49793 (MSN 15609/27054) damaged in ground accident at Cheng Kun, China Aug 30, 1945.
49794 (MSN 15610/27055) 
49795 (MSN 15611/27056)
49796 (MSN 15612/27057)
49797 (MSN 15613/27058)
49798 (MSN 15614/27059)
49799 (MSN 15615/27060) w/o Dec 9, 1947 in crash 30 mi SE of Izmir, Turkey.
49802 (MSN 15618/27063) to PP-SPP
49805 (MSN 15621/27066) to RAF as Dakota IV KN202.  Missing between
Meiktila and Payegyi, Burma during supply drop mission May 3, 1945.
49806 (MSN 15622/27067) to RAF as Dakota IV KN203.  Crashed on overshoot
at Mingaladon Feb 28, 1947
49807 (MSN 15623/27068) to RAF as Dakota IV KN204.  DBR when swung off
runway at Mingaladon Nov 4, 1945 when undercarriage leg
collapsed during takeoff.
49808 (MSN 15624/27069) to civil registry as N4893V.  Later to Transportes Aereos
Nacional (Nacional) originally as PP-AOC (NTU), later PP-AKC.  To
Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AKC.  To Brazilian 
AF as FAB 2071.  To Conagra as PT-KVJ.  WFU in
1963, ultimate fate uncertain.
49809 (MSN 15625/27070) to RAF as Dakota IV KN205. Destroyed by fire
after forced landing near Saigon Feb 11, 1946 when propeller
ran away on takeoff.
49810 (MSN 15626/26071) to RAF as Dakota IV KN206.  SOC Jul 21, 1946
49811 (MSN 15627/26072) to RAF as Dakota IV KN207.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49812 (MSN 15628/26073) to RAF as Dakota IV KN208.  Crashed during
attempted forced landing 2 mi S of Leikthe while lost in
cloudy conditions during supply drop mission Jul 7, 1945.
49813 (MSN 15629/27074) to RAF as Dakota IV KN209.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.
To civilian registry as CF-CGJ, then to RCAF as 10917.
49815 (MSN 15631/27076) to RAF as Dakota IV KN210.  DBR whe overshot
landing on wet runway and undercarriage collapsed, Mingaladon
Aug 11, 1945.
49816 (MSN 15632/27077) to RAF as Dakota IV KN211.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 31, 1947.
49817 (MSN 15633/27078) to RAF as Dakota IV KN212.  Sold Apr 24, 1953,
registered G-AMZF same day.  Registration cancelled Jun 1, 1966
on sale as CF-RTY.
49818 (MSN 15634/27079) to RAF as Dakota IV KN213.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 12, 1947.  To PH-TFC
49819 (MSN 15635/27080) to RAF as Dakota IV KN214.  Registered G-AMJX Jun 2, 1951.  To
Moroccan AF as 49819/CN-ALJ Aug 1963.  Reported at Empire State Aerosciences
Museum, Scotia NY painted as 316250.
49820 (MSN 15636/27081) to RAF as Dakota IV KN215.  To Military Aircraft
Assistance Group May 22, 1953.
49821 (MSN 15637/27082) to RAF as Dakota IV KN216.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To AP-ACY, to N4044A, to Armee de l'Air as 49821, to XW-TDL Lao Air Charter
49822 (MSN 15638/27083) to RAF as Dakota IV KN217.  SOC Jun 26, 1945.
49823 (MSN 15639/27084) to RAF as Dakota IV KN218.  Broke up in air
during supply drop mission over Burma Jun 26, 1945 when control
was lost in cloud following engine failure.
49824 (MSN 15640/27085) to RAF as Dakota IV KN219.   Returned to
USAAF Sep 12, 1947, then to Belgian AF as K25
(call sign OT-CNN) then to French AF as 49924, to Aeronavale as 424.  To N70BF.  Modified as DC365TP
(turboprop), to N887AM, N146JR, 5YRDS
49825 (MSN 15641/27086) to RAF as Dakota IV KN220.  Wrecked when struck
while parked by C-46, Chittagong Mar 19, 1945. 
49826 to VC-47B.  To MASDC
49827 (MSN 15643/27088) to RAF as Dakota IV KN221.  DBR by typhoon
at Kai Tak Jul 18, 1946 
49828 (MSN 15644/27089) to RAF as Dakota IV KN222.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947 then to Belgian AF K25 (call sign OT-CWK), then 
back to USAF.
49829 (MSN 15645/27090) to RAF as Dakota IV KN223.  DBR when tipped up
after tire burst on landing, Hathazari Apr 16, 1945.
49830 (MSN 15646/27091) to RAF as Dakota IV KN224.  SOC Aug 30, 1945.
49831 (MSN 15647/27092) to RAF as Dakota IV KN225.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.
49832 (MSN 15648/27093) completed as TC-47B-20-DK
49833 (MSN 15649/27094) to RAF as KN226.  W/o in landing accident at Semarang AP, Indonesia Jun 20, 1946
49834 (MSN 15650/27095) to RAF as KN227
49835 (MSN 15651/27096) to RAF as KN228
49836 (MSN 15652/27097) to RAF as KN229. Q/o in landing accident at Victoria Point, Burma Feb 12, 1946
49837 (MSN 15653/27098) to RAF as KN230.  To NC4724V, to YV-C-ARC, to PP-ASN, to
PP-AYC, to government of Brazil as PP-ENB, to Brazilian AF as FAB 2090.
To Paraguayan AF as FAP 2032.  Now derelict at Asuncion-Presidente
Stroessner, Paraguay.
49838 (MSN 15654/27099) to RAF as KN231.  Registered G-AMXW
May 29, 1953.  Registration cancelled Jul 1, 1953 on sale
to Sudan Airways as SN-AAH.  Reregistered ST-AAH, then to Sudan AF as 424.
Reported 2005 at Caesar's Palace Casino, Johannesburg, South Africa painted
as SAAF 6805 and/or ZS-BMF.
49839 (MSN 15655/27100) to RAF as KN232
49840 (MSN 15656/27101) to RAF as KN233
49841 (MSN 15657/27102) to RAF as KN234
49842 (MSN 15658/27103) to RAF as KN235
49843 (MSN 15659/27104) to RAF as KN236.  To Indian AF.  Crashed into valley at
10,000 feet 38 mi N of Chitral, India Oct 17, 1946.  11 killed.
49844 (MSN 15660)27105) to RAF as KN237
49845 (MSN 15661/27106) completed as C-47B-23-DK.  to MASDC Jan 7, 1971.
49846 (MSN 15662/27107) to RAF as Dakota IV KN238.  DBR when swung
on landing and undercarriage collapsed, Berlin/Gatow Aug 1, 1948
49847 (MSN 15663/27108) to RAF as Dakota IV KN239.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To India and Pakistan as H-718.  To England and
Field Aircraft Services (Hunting Aviation) as G-ANMB.  After another period of about 
a year flying for Aigle-Azur Indochine as F-BGSM the aircraft came to Deutches Lufthansa 
as D-CADE and later Bavaria Flug-dienst with the same registration. Transair of Sweden 
leased the aircraft between March and December 1961. After returning to Bavaria the 
aircraft ended in the South Arabian Air Force in 1967 as G-41-2-67 and later 
on South Yemen Peoples Republic Air Force as 202.  Recent report that this plane is
at Auto and Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany
49848 (MSN 15664/27109) to RAF as Dakota IV KN240.  Ditched in South China Sea 80
mi NE of Kuantan, Malaya Aug 30, 1950.
49849 (MSN 15665/27110) to RAF as Dakota IV KN241.  Sold Apr 10, 1953.
To civil registry as G-AMZH.  Operated by
Stavros Niarcos by TransAir between 1947 and 1960 until TransAir was acquired
by Air Work and merged into BUA.  In 1965, bought
by TAA and registered as VH-SBW. Reregistered P2-SNW.  Registered as P2-ANQ in 
1976.  Reported 2005 in Air Niugini Collection, Jackson AP, Port Moresby. 
49850 (MSN 15666/27111) to RAF as Dakota IV KN242.  SOC May 30, 1946.
49851 (MSN 15667/27112) to RAF as Dakota IV KN243.  SOC Jul 8, 1948
49852 (MSN 15668/27113) delivered as TC-47B-20-DK.
to FC-47D "Puff the Magic Dragon";  In 1987 preserved at Bishops Museum, 
Honolulu, HI although nominally on charge of USAF
49853 (MSN 15669/27114) to RAF as Dakota IV KN244.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  To H-710 Pakistan AF, sold as AP-ACD to Pakair in 1948
49854 (MSN 15670/27115) to RAF as Dakota IV KN245.  Returned to USAAF
May 29, 1947.  To Iranian Airlines as EP-ACI.
W/o Dec 26, 1948 when destroyed by fire at Birjand Airport, Iran
49855 (MSN 15671/27116) to RAF as Dakota IV KN246.  Wrecked when swung
on takeoff and struck parked Spitfires, Mingaladon Oct 16, 1945
49856 (MSN 15672/27117) to RAF as Dakota IV KN247.  DBR by typhoon,
Kai Tak Jul 18, 1946.
49857 (MSN 15673/27118) to RAF as Dakota IV KN248.  Destroyed by fire
when belly landed 100 mi E of Saigon after both engines failed
Nov 1, 1945.
49858 (MSN 15674/27119) to RAF as Dakota IV KN249.  Belly landed 2 mi
NE of Basal after engine failed on takeoff Aug 16, 1945.
49859 (MSN 15675/27120) delivered as C-47B-23-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Shot down near Phan Rang Feb 14, 1968.  8 KIA.
49860 (MSN 15676/27121) to RAF as Dakota IV KN250.  Crash landed 4 mi
NNE of Basal after engine failed on takeoff Aug 16, 1945.
49861 (MSN 15677/27122) to RAF as Dakota IV KN251.  Abandoned takeoff
and belly landed, Castel Benito Feb 17, 1945
49862 (MSN 15678/27123) delivered to 9CCS
49863 (MSN 15679/27124)
49864 (MSN 15680/27125)
49865 (MSN 15681/27126) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP Nov 9, 1972.
49866 (MSN 15682/27127) to RAF as ZD215. To RAAF as A65-69 Jan 1945. Flown to RAF 
Gatow, Berlin 18/6/80, for which purpose it had to adopt RAF colours and was 
given serial ZD215, as at that time only aircraft of the four 'occupying 
powers' (USA, Britain, France and the Soviet Union) were allowed to fly into 
West Berlin. Once there, it reverted to RAAF colours and by 1988 was 
displayed at Gatow as an 'airlift memorial'
49867 (MSN 15683/27128) to RAAF as A65-82 Jan 1945.  To Indonesia AF as P504
in 1970. 
49868 (MSN 15684/27129) to RAAF as A65-70 (VH-CIM) Jan 1945.  To civilian registry as
N16892, then PK-JDC, PK-JDE, PK-EHC.  Crashed Jan 22, 1973, Pontianak, 
Borneo.
49869 (MSN 15685/27130) to RAAF as A65-68 Jan 1945 (VH-CUY) Jan 1945.  To PNG Defence Force Jan 
1976 as P2-004.  49869 flying in Australia as VH-DNA
49870 (MSN 15686/27131)	to RAAF as A65-71 Feb 1945.  Operated with wartime
call sign VH-CIN.  Carried Prime Minister Curtin's body from
Canberra to Perth for funeral in 1945.  To Australian War
Memorial.  Under restoration at Treloar Centre.			
49871 (MSN 15687/27132) to RAAF as A65-72A Jan 1945.  Lost on delivery when ditched in Pacific on route
to Honolulu Jan 18, 1945.
49872 (MSN 15688/27133) to RCAF as Dakota IV 963.  To Indian AF as BJ912 in 1963.
49873 (MSN 15689/27134)
49874 (MSN 15690/27135) to RCAF as Dakota IV 984.  W/o St. Hubert Jul 28, 1952.
49875 (MSN 15691/27136) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349875, for service in French Indo China. 
Jul 5, 1947 written off (DBR) in a crash at Saigon, French Indo China.
49876 (MSN 15692/27137) Lend-Lease to French AF. To Israeli AF as 022/4X-FNQ. Registered N472DK 
to JAAT LLC of Wilmington, DE May 5, 2003.  Converted AC-47T by Basler
and delivered to Colombian AF as FAC 1683
49877 (MSN 15693/27138) to NC28802, by 1954 was PP-VBO of S.A. Empresa de
Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense.  Broken up in 1970.
49878 (MSN 27139) Lend-Lease to French AF
49879 (MSN 27140) Lend-Lease to French AF
49881 (MSN 27142) Lend-Lease to French AF
49882 (MSN 15698/27143) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 349882, for service in French Indo China. 
Jan 19, 1947 written off (DBR) in a crash at Annam, French Indo China.
49883 (MSN 27144) to RNZAF as NZ3531.  To NZNAC as ZK-AZA.  Leased to Fiji Airways Oct 1967
as VQ-FBF, and on Fijian independence reregistered as DQ-FBF.
49884 (MSN 27145) to RNZAF as NZ3533.  By 1954 was ZK-AOJ of New
Zealand National Airways. To XW-TDI (1968) Lao Airlines and W/o Jun 30, 1971.
49885 (MSN 27146) to RNZAF as NZ3532.  In 1947 to ZK-AOD of New Zealand National Airways.
49886 (MSN 27147)
49887 (MSN 27148) to Paraguayan AF as T-69, reserialed to FAP-2016 in 1980.
49893 (MSN 15709/27154) by 1954 was OD-AAB of Middle East Airlines SA.  To Spanish AF as T.3-3 May 1957 and w/o
at Albecete, Spain Feb 17, 1967.
49899 (MSN 27160) w/o Nov 1,1 946 at Taiden, South Korea
49900 (MSN 27161) to Philippine AF
49901 (MSN 27162) damaged Sep 9, 1945 Ciampino A/p, Italy  (ground accident)
49902 (MSN 27163) to Philippine AF.
49903 (MSN 27164) w/o Feb 5, 1965 reportedly w/o
49905 (MSN 27166) w/o Sep 30, 1945 Aomori Fd, Japan
49906 (MSN 27167)  USAAF to CNRRA (CAT)  Jan 4, 1947 Manila to China, re-serialled as “906” & named
“Peiping”, to XT-803,  br/u  Oct 25, 1948
49907 (MSN 27168) converted to VC-47D. To MASDC Jan 12, 1967.  On Jan 18, 1968 to Air Intl Corp, cvtd to C-47D, to South Vietnamese AF
49908 (MSN 27169) to Philippine AF
49909 (MSN 27170) to Philippine AF
49910 (MSN 27171) to Philippine AF
49911 (MSN 27172) to Philippine AF
49912 (MSN 27173) w/o in takeoff accident at Pomigliano, Italy Mar 29, 1945.
49913 (MSN 27174) by 1954 was PI-C96 of Philippine Air Lines, later PI-C646, RP-C646.  WFU at Manila Feb 1984.
49914 (MSN 15730/27175) w/o when it crashed into a mountain Sep 17, 1945, 60 miles SW Yokohama, Japan on a flight from Motobu Strip, 
Okinawa enroute to Atsugi, Japan on a cargo flight
49915 (MSN 27176) w/o Mar 28, 1950 in crash 26 mi SE of Komaki AB, Japan.  3 killed.
49916 (MSN 15732/27177) to USAAF. To Cruzeiro do Sul reg. PP-CCA. On Apr 21, 1946 W/o (DBR) at Corumba, MS, Braz
49917 (MSN 27178) to RAF as Dakota IV KN252.  DBR when undercarriage
collapsed after engine caught fire and aircraft ground looped
because brakes failed, Fassberg Jul 24, 1948.
49918 (MSN 27179) to RAF as Dakota IV KN253.  SOC Oct 19, 1948.
49919 (MSN 27180) to French AF.  To Thai AF in 1958 as L2-25/01.  
Converted to AC-47D by South Vietnam AF Sep 1967.  W/o due
to corrosion Oct 1990.  To scrapyard by Mar 2000.
49920 (MSN 27181) to RAF as Dakota IV KN254.  Broke up in cloud 30 mi
NE of Agartala Jun 7, 1945.
49921 (MSN 27182) on civil registry as N709Z
49922 (MSN 27183) to RAF as Dakota IV KN255.  DBR when crash landed
after tire burst during takeoff, Chandina Mar 23, 1945.
49923 (MSN 27184) to RCAF as Dakota IV KN256.  To Canada Apr 22, 1946.
49924 (MSN 27185) to RAF as Dakota IV KN257. SOC Jul 5, 1950.
49925 (MSN 15741/27186) converted to VC-47D, to Cambodian AF May 24, 1972.  To Thai Navy.  Noted derelict Oct 1997.
49926 (MSN 27187) to RAF as Dakota IV KN258.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946.
Renumbered 12907 in 1970.  After RCAF service registeered as C-FPIK with Air Inuit Ltd and cancelled
Mar 22, 1984.  To N12907 and now on display at Carolina Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.  It was 
operated by Sabre Air.
49927 (MSN 15743/27188) to RAF as Dakota IV KN259.  Returned to
USAAF Oct 13, 1947.  To UK civil registry as G-AKOZ Jan 2, 1948.  To Madagascar as 5R-MME
49928 (MSN 27189) to RAF as Dakota IV KN260.  Sold to Pakistan AF Jul 8, 1948.
49929 (MSN 27190) to RAF as Dakota IV KN261.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 8, 1946.
Renumbered 12908 in 1970.  W/o with Skycraft Air Transport of Ontario as C-GSCA when it crashed Jan 9, 1984
49930 (MSN 27191) to AC-47D.  To MASDC. To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Jun 30, 1970.
49931 (MSN 27192) to RAF as Dakota IV KN262.  Returned to USAAF Jul 31, 1947.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
reg 349931, call sign F-RANR, then F-RASL, F-RAMR later F-RBDW for service in French Indo China. Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) 
at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam
49932 (MSN 27193) to RAF as Dakota IV KN263.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
49933 (MSN 27194) to RAF as Dakota IV KN264.  Ditched in swamp north of Isiolo, Kenya after engine fire Jun 27, 1907
49935 (MSN 27196) to RAF as Dakota IV KN265.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
49937 (MSN 27198) to RAF as Dakota IV KN266.  To Military Aircraft Assistance Group Nov 11, 1953.
49938 (MSN 27199) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN267, but
diverted to SAAF as 6853, no RAF service.  To N148RD.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of 
Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
49940 (MSN 27201) to RAF as Dakota IV KN268.  SOC Jan 26, 1950
49941 (MSN 27202) to RAF as Dakota IV KN269.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 22, 1946
49942 (MSN 27203) to RAF as Dakota IV KN270.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 1, 1946.  Renumbered 12909 in 1970.
49943 (MSN 27204) damaged Feb 6, 1951 Detroit City A/p, MI  (landing).  To MASDC Apr 16, 1970
49944 (MSN 27205) to RAF as Dakota IV KN271.  Ditched off east coast of Greenland 450 mi W of Reykjavik during 
ferry flight Feb 6, 1945.
49945 (MSN 27206) to RAF as Dakota IV KN272.  Transferred to Greek AF Apr 30, 1947
49946 (MSN 27207) to RAF as Dakota IV KN273.  Sold Jul 21, 1945, registered G-ANTB next day.  Crashed at Oak 
Walk, St Peter, Jersey Apr 14, 1965.
49947 (MSN 27208) registered I-TRIS.  To Aeronautica Militare Italiana as MM61799
49948 (MSN 27209) to RAF as Dakota IV KN274.  Sold Apr 26, 1952, registered G-AMSM Apr 28, 1952.  WFU after 
ground looping at Lydd AP Aug 17, 1978.
49949 (MSN 27210) to RAF as Dakota IV KN275.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 11, 1947.  To S. T. A. March 1948 as F-BEIC.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 49949, call sign F-RAYC 
for service in French Indo China.   Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam
49950 (MSN 27211) to RAF as Dakota IV KN276.  To Belgian AF
Jan 5, 1950 as K-30 (call sign OT-CNQ).  To Laos as XW-PCM
49951 (MSN 27212) to RAF as Dakota IV KN277.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946
49952 (MSN 27213) damaged Jun 21, 1947 Peterson Fd, CO  (landing)
49953 (MSN 27214) to RCAF as Dakota IV KN278.  w/o 1963
49954 (MSN 15770/27215) to RAF as Dakota IV KN279.  sold Jun 19, 1953.
Registered G-ANAD Jun 23, 1953.  Registration cancelled Mar 17, 1954 on sale to
Aden Airways as VR-AAI.
49955 (MSN 15771/27216) to RAF as Dakota IV KN280.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
49956 (MSN 15772/27217) damaged Jan 9, 1946 Minter Fd, CA  (landing).  To MASDC
49957 (MSN 15773/27218) to RAF as Dakota IV KN281.  Transferred to
RCAF Apr 22,1946.  Renumbered 12910 in 1970.  On US civil
registry as N64766.
49959 (MSN 27220) to RAF as Dakota IV KN282.  Aircraft was used
to return the Dutch royal family to Holland Aug 2, 1945. DBR
when caught fire on ground at Waterbeach Oct 4, 1949
49960 (MSN 27221) to RAF as Dakota IV KN283.  Broke up while flying
in cloud 9 mi SE of East Karin, Burma Jun 2, 1945.
49961 (MSN 27222) by 1954 was PP-AVN of Empresa de Transportes
Aerovias Brasil S.A.
49962 (MSN 27223) to RAF as Dakota IV KN284.  SOC Feb 16, 1950.  Had
been peronal aircraft of Air Vice Marshal Graham.

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