USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria: 44-25427
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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
44-25059 ... 44-27258 (EXACT MATCH)
Lockheed P-38L-5-LO Lightning
MSN 422-6063/8262
25059 condemned salvage obsolete Apr 22, 1947.  To AAC Apr 30, 1947
25065 dumped at Shemya Island, Aleutian Islands 1940s
25067 (F-5G-6-LO)
25080 (33rd FG) lost Feb 18, 1945.  MACR 12415
25103 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
25107 (F-5F-3-LO) to Chinese AF
25116 (33rd FG) lost Jul 2, 1945.  MACR 14710
25117 to Italian AF as MM4155
25126 (474th FG) lost Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 14102
25179 (4th FG) lost May 27, 2945.  MACR 14527
25193 (F-5F-3-LO, 34th PRS) scrapped Nov 1945.
25212 crashed Mar 7, 1945.
25237 modified at Hammer Field, CA as development prototype for P-38M.
Never received blackpaint and remained in bare metal.
25239 ("Double Bourbon") with 32nd FG, 51st FS stationed at Howard Field, Canal Zone.
25240 reported in mid-1950s to be awaiting conversin for photo
survey duties with Hycon Aerial Surveys, Inc
25241 (8th FG) lost Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 14458
25243 (8th FG) lost Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 14461
25262 to Lockheed in 1953 as N91300 and modified for XF-90 tests.
Retired in 1953.  By mid 1950s was with Hycon Aerial Surveys,
Inc of Pasadena, CA
25288  crashed and burned on range at Muroc AAF, CA Mar 10, 1945
25304 (360th FG) lost Feb 28, 1945.  MACR 14536
25306 (8th FG) lost Jan 11, 1945.  MACR 13696
25312 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashed on takeoff Jun 21, 1945.  Condemned Jun 19, 1945 due to combat
25314 (475th FG, 432nd FS) crashlanded Feb 19, 1945.  Condemned Feb 21, 1945
25327 (49th FG, 7th FS) crashed on takeoff from Iaoag bield
NW Philippines Apr 11, 1945.   Pilot killed.
25336 (475th FG, 432nd FS) shot down by AAA.  Condemned Nov 5, 1945
25338 (475th FG) lost Jan 15, 1945.  MACR 11771
25352 (8th FG) lost Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 11657
25356 (457th FG) lost Jan 9, 1945.  MACR 11893
25411 (49th FG) lost Mar 30, 1945.  MACR 14234
25414 (475th FG, 431st FS) MIA Jun 18, 1945
25427 (49th FG, 8th FS) MIA Jan 13, 1945.
25428 (475th FG) MIA Feb 15, 1945 over Panay Island.  MACR 12380
25448 (33rd FG) lost Mar 21, 1945.  MACR 13210
25459 (475th FG, 432nd FS) crashed 40 mi W of Cabra Island Mar 28, 1945.  MACR 13529
25492 (475th FG, 432nd FS) pilot bailed out over north central Lingayen coast Jun 6, 1945.
25497 (474th FG) lost Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13665
25498 (475th FG, 433rd FS) shot down by enemy fighter near Tre Island off coast
of Indochina Mar 28, 1945.  MACR 13528
25502 (33rd FG) lost Jun 24, 1945.  MACR 14684
25518 (474th FG) lost Apr 18, 1945.  MACR 14199
25524 (474th FG) lost Apr 20, 1945.  MACR 14091
25537 (370th FG) lost Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13510
25540 (49th FG) lost Jun 20, 1945.  MACR 14694
25546 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
25548 (474th FG, 430th FS) lost Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13163
25562 (8th FG) lost Jun 2, 1945.  MACR 14570
25585 scrapped overseas in Pacific Theatre Sep 11, 1947
25594 (18th FG) lost Jul 2, 1945.  MACR 14700
25597 (49th FG) lost May 31, 1945.  MACR 14554
25628 (475th FG, 431st FS) crshed on low-level mission to Taiwan May 30, 1945
25650 (475th FG, 431st FS) pilot bailed out over Clark Field due to AAA damage Apr 18, 1945
25654 (475th FG, 433rd FS) crashlanded on a road west of Hill Strip Mar 1, 1945 and w/o.
Condemned salvage Oct 1, 1946, assigned FEA Apr 30, 1947, reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948.
25698 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by AAA Regensburg Apr 15, 1945.  MACR 13797.  Pilot MAI
25717 (14th FG) lost Apr 22, 1945.  MACR 14025
25720 (14th FG) lost Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 13980.
25734 40 with 1st FG, 94th FS in Italy.  (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by AAA near Munich Apr 15, 1945.  MACR 13800
25759 (82nd FG) lost Mar 19, 1945.  MACR 13070
25761 (14th FG) lost Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13643
25768 (F-5G-6-LO)
25776 (F-5G-6-LO)
25779 (F-5G-6-LO)
25781 (F-5G-6-LO)
25783 (F-5G-6-LO)
25786 (14th FG) lost Apr 2, 1945.  MACR 13476.  Remains noted 1989 in 
Yugoslavian National Aviation Museum, Belgrade
25788 (F-5G-6-LO)
25790 (F-5G-6-LO)
25811 (F-5G-6-LO)
25812 (F-5G-6-LO)
25813 (F-5G-6-LO)
25814 (F-5G-6-LO)
25816 (F-5G-6-LO)
25822 (F-5G-6-LO)
25823 (F-5G-6-LO)
25825 (F-5G-6-LO)
25826 (F-5G-6-LO)
25828 (F-5G-6-LO) to French AF
25859 (49th FG) lost Apr 27, 1945.  MACR 14331
25881 (38th FG) lost Feb 28, 1945.  MACR 14535
25900 (F-5G-6-LO)
25904 (F-5G-6-LO) to French AF
25908 (F-5G-6-LO)
25909 (F-5G-6-LO) with 348 BU, crashed 8 mi NE of Will Rogers Field, OK Nov 16, 1945.
25911 (F-5G-6-LO)
25913 (F-5G-6-LO) to French AF
25915 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
25920 (F-5G-6-LO)
25924 (360th FG) lost Mar 8, 1945.  MACR 14415
25927 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
25928 (F-5G-6-LO)
25929 (F-5G-6-LO)
25931 (347th FG) lost Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 14253
25932 (F-5G-6-LO) with 379 BU damaged in midair collision over Coffeyville AAF, NE Apr 12, 1945.
25933 (F-5G-6-LO)
25939 (F-5G-6-LO)
25947 (F-5G-6-LO)
25948 (F-5G-6-LO)
25953 to F-5G-6-LO.  Transferred to French AF May 1, 1945.  Assigned to GR 1/33 (Groupe Reconnaissance) "Belfort"
and was subsequently coded W4-G and used call sign F-UHBG.  Returned to USA.  Nose section on display
at Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, California.
25955 (F-5G-6-LO)
25958 (F-5G-6-LO)
25968 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashed during training mission.  Condemned Jul 12, 1945.
25970 (F-5G-6-LO)
25972 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
25987 crashed into house in the San Fernando Valley Jan 25, 1945
25994 (F-5G-6-LO)
26027 (14th FG) lost Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 13982
26044 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
26045 (F-5F-3-LO) to Chinese AF.
26046 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
26059 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
26061 (F-5F-3-LO) to French AF
26062 (F-5F-3-LO) to French ADO
26063 (F-5G-6-LO)
26077 (14th FG) lost Apr 23, 1945.  MACR 14036
26120 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26121 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26122 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26123 (F-5G-6-LO)
26124 (F-5G-6-LO)
26125 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO Jul 21, 1945
26126 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO Jul 21, 1945
26127 (F-5G-6-LO) to French AF Jul 21, 1945
26128 (F-5G-6-LO)
26129 (F-5G-6-LO)
26130 (F-5G-6-LO)
26137 (F-5G-6-LO)
26138 (F-5G-6-LO)
26139 (F-5G-6-LO)
26140 (F-5G-6-LO)
26141 (F-5G-6-LO)
26142 (F-5G-6-LO)
26143 (F-5G-6-LO)
26144 (F-5G-6-LO)
26145 (F-5G-6-LO)
26160 (18th FG, 44th FS)
26163 (F-5G-6-LO)
26204 (8th FG) lost May 29, 1945.  MACR 14586
26227 (F-5G-6-LO)
26228 (F-5G-6-LO)
26229 (F-5G-6-LO)
26230 (F-5G-6-LO)
26231 (F-5G-6-LO)
26232 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26233 (F-5G-6-LO)
26234 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26235 (F-5G-6-LO)
26236 (F-5G-6-LO)
26237 (F-5G-6-LO)
26244 (F-5G-6-LO)
26247 (F-5G-6-LO)
26248 (F-5G-6-LO)
26249 (F-5G-6-LO)
26250 (F-5G-6-LO)
26251 (F-5G-6-LO)
26252 (F-5G-6-LO)
26253 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO
26254 (F-5G-6-LO)
26255 (F-5G-6-LO)
26256 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26267 (F-5G-6-LO)
26268 (F-5G-6-LO) to French ADO.
26269 (F-5G-6-LO)
26270 (F-5G-6-LO) to N1208N.  Cancelled Aug 5, 2013.
26271 (F-5G-6-LO)
26273 (F-5G-6-LO)
26273 (F-5G-6-LO)
26274 (F-5G-6-LO)
26275 (F-5G-6-LO)
26276 (F-5G-6-LO)
26302 (18th FG, 44th FS)
26303 (475th FG, 431st FS) shot down by small arms fire on mission to Taiwan Jun 18, 1945 
26393 (F-5G-6-LO) (475th FG, 431st FS) crashed on takeoff during test flight Feb 1, 1945.  Also listed
as condemned Jun 20, 1946 after being destroyed in typhoon on Guam while being stored.
26395 (49th FG) lost Jun 9, 1945.  MACR 14610
26398 (18th FG, 445h FS)
26400 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26402 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26406 (F-5G-6-LO)
26416 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26417 (F-5G-6-LO)
26418 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26419 (F-5G-6-LO)
26420 (F-5G-6-LO)
26421 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26422 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26423 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26424 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26425 (F-5G-6-LO)
26426 (F-5G-6-LO)
26427 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26428 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26429 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26430 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26431 (F-5G-6-LO)
26432 (F-5G-6-LO)
26433 (F-5G-6-LO)
26434 (F-5G-6-LO)
26435 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26436 (F-5G-6-LO)
26437 (F-5G-6-LO)
26438 (F-5G-6-LO)
26439 (F-5G-6-LO)
26440 (F-5G-6-LO)
26441 (F-5G-6-LO)
26442 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26443 (F-5G-6-LO)
26444 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26445 (F-5G-6-LO)
26446 (F-5G-6-LO)
26447 (F-5G-6-LO) damaged in takeoff accident at Wright Field, OH Jul 26, 1945
26448 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26449 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26450 (F-5G-6-LO)
26451 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26452 (F-5G-6-LO)
26453 (F-5G-6-LO)
26454 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26455 (F-5G-6-LO)
26456 (F-5G-6-LO)
26458 (F-5G-6-LO)
26460 (F-5G-6-LO)
26461 (F-5G-6-LO)
26465 (F-5G-6-LO)
26473 (475th FG, 433rd FS) crashed into Lingayen Gulf Jul 8, 1945
26538 (8th FG, 36th FS) failed to pull out of dive Jul 13, 1945, Mindoro.  Pilot killed
26545 to NX66692 in 1947.  Race #36 "Punkin".  Cancelled Mar 14, 1956
26546 (P-38L-5-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored	
26565 (F-5G-6-LO)
26584 scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
26588 (F-5G-6-LO)
26592 (F-5G-6-LO)
26609 (F-5G-6-LO)
26612 (F-5G-6-LO) to N5056N.  DBF San Antonio, Texas Apr 27, 1957.  cancelled May 6, 1957
26614 (F-5G-6-LO)
26615 (F-5G-6-LO)
26616 (F-5G-6-LO)
26622 (F-5G-6-LO)
26623 (F-5G-6-LO)
26624 (F-5G-6-LO)
26625 (F-5G-6-LO)
26626 (F-5G-6-LO)
26627 (F-5G-6-LO)
26628 (F-5G-6-LO)
26629 (F-5G-6-LO)
26630 (F-5G-6-LO)
26631 (F-5G-6-LO)
26632 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26633 (F-5G-6-LO)
26634 (F-5G-6-LO)
26635 (F-5G-6-LO)
26636 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26642 (F-5G-6-LO)
26643 (F-5G-6-LO)
26644 (F-5G-6-LO)
26645 (F-5G-6-LO) scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
26646 (F-5G-6-LO)
26647 (F-5G-6-LO)
26648 (F-5G-6-LO)
26649 (F-5G-6-LO)
26656 (F-5G-6-LO)
26666 (F-5G-6-LO)
26670 (F-5G-6-LO) registered to Giorgi S. Moody, Sebastian, Florida as N1208N
26679 (F-5G-6-LO)
26683 (F-5G-6-LO)
26684 (F-5G-6-LO)
26685 (F-5G-6-LO)
26688 (F-5G-6-LO)
26689 (F-5G-6-LO)
26690 (F-5G-6-LO)
26691 (F-5G-6-LO)
26693 (F-5G-6-LO)
26696 (MSN 7700) became N1208N
26699 (F-5G-6-LO)
26725 (F-5G-6-LO)
26726 (F-5G-6-LO)
26727 (F-5G-6-LO) to Chinese AF
26728 (F-5G-6-LO)
26729 (F-5G-6-LO)
26731 (F-5G-6-LO)
26732 (F-5G-6-LO)
26733 (F-5G-6-LO)
26734 (F-5G-6-LO)
26735 (F-5G-6-LO)
26736 (F-5G-6-LO)
26737 (F-5G-6-LO)
26738 (F-5G-6-LO)
26740 (F-5G-6-LO)
26741 (F-5G-6-LO)
26742 (F-5G-6-LO)
26743 (F-5G-6-LO)
26744 (F-5G-6-LO)
26750 (F-5G-6-LO)
26751 (F-5G-6-LO)
26756 (F-5G-6-LO)
26759 (F-5G-6-LO)
26760 (F-5G-6-LO)
26761 (MSN 7765, F-5G-6-LO) to RFC at Kingman AZ Jan 23, 1946.  To NL5054N Oct 27, 1947.
To Spartan Air Services as CF-GKE May 11, 1956.  Became
N6190C May 30, 1956.  Damaged on takeoff in Paraguay about 1961 and
abandoned. Recovered from Presidente Stroessner AP, Ascuncion
and shipped to USA in 1972.  At Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL,
registered to Weeks Air Museum, Miami, FL. as N2897S Jul 23, 1981.  Reported
Mar 1982 at Weeks Air Museu, Tamiani, FL.  Damaged during Hurricane Andrew in 1992.  Reported May 2006
as being long-term restoration in Fantasy of Flight,
Polk City, FL
26775 (F-5G-6-LO)
26776 (F-5G-6-LO)
26777 (F-5G-6-LO)
26778 (F-5G-6-LO)
26779 (F-5G-6-LO)
26780 (F-5G-6-LO)
26781 (F-5G-6-LO) forcelanded 80 mi NE of Denver, CO Jul 14, 1945
26782 (F-5G-6-LO)
26783 (F-5G-6-LO)
26827 (F-5G-6-LO)
26831 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26855 (F-5G-6-LO)
26850 (F-5G-6-LO) crashlanded at Marpi Point Field, Saipan
Sep 23, 1945.
26863 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26865 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26871 (F-5G-6-LO)
26873 (F-5G-6-LO)
26874 (F-5G-6-LO)
26877 (F-5G-6-LO)
26884 (F-5G-6-LO)
26892 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26915 dumped at Shemya Island, Aleutian Islands 1940s
26916 (F-5G-6-LO)
26917 (F-5G-6-LO)
26918 (F-5G-6-LO)
26919 (F-5G-6-LO)
26920 (F-5G-6-LO)
26921 (F-5G-6-LO)
26922 (F-5G-6-LO)
26923 (F-5G-6-LO)
26924 (F-5G-6-LO)
26927 (MSN 422-7931) to RFC Jan 4, 1946.  The aircraft was flown later in 1946 
to Seymour, Indiana, where it remained until October 01, 1949, when it was purchased by Universal 
Air Marine and Supply Company for the Bolivian Government.  It is believed 
while at Seymour, Indiana the aircraft was registered as NX26927 and 
participated in the National Air Races. The owner was listed as Howard LeVier 
of Kalamazoo, Michigan.  On October 03, 1949 the aircraft was flown on a 
ferry permit from Seymour, Indiana to Schrom Field, Maryland.  On November 01, 
1949 on a acceptance test flight flown by the Bolivian pilot the now 
undocumented aircraft was involved in a midair collision with Eastern 
Airlines Flight 537. (N88727, ex 43-17165 a C-54B-10-DO, MSN 18365/DO138) 
while both were on an approach to runway 03 at Washington-National Airport. 
From the C-54B, 4 crew, 51 PAX fatal. From the P-38, the Bolivian test pilot 
survived, both aircraft were destroyed. It was (at the time) the worst plane 
crash in the history of civil aviation.  The P-38 pilot was accused of causing 
the accident, later tried and cleared of the charges, which now is believed to have 
been an ATC error.
26940 (F-5G-6-LO)
26951 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26952 (F-5G-6-LO)
26953 (F-5G-6-LO)
26954 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26955 (F-5G-6-LO)
26956 (F-5G-6-LO)
26957 (F-5G-6-LO) destroyed in typhoon on Guam Jun 20, 1946 while stored
26958 (F-5G-6-LO)
26959 (F-5G-6-LO)
26960 (F-5G-6-LO)
26961 (MSN 7965, F-5G-6-LO) to RFC Jan 23, 1946, Kingman, AZ.  To Costa Rica AF as G.C.R-01.  To
Guatemalan AF but NTU.  To Honduras AF as FAH504 in Oct 1948.
Acquired by Bob Bean Aircraft, Blythe,CA Mar 1960 as N74883.  Flown as Race #59 "Scrap Iron"
Later sold as N38DH, then N6961.  Flew as P-38L-5-LO.  Destroyed in crash
at Salt Lake City Apr 9, 1981. Wreckage stored at Chino, CA 1993.  Was still on FAA register as
N6961, but cancelled Jun 5, 2013
26962 (F-5G-6-LO) to NC62807 in 1946
26963 (F-5G-6-LO) crashlanded at Coolidge Field, Antigua, British
West Indies Jul 18, 1945.
26964 (F-5G-6-LO)
26965 (F-5G-6-LO)
26968 (F-5G-6-LO)
26969 converted to F-5G-6-LO.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 8, 1946.  To NX53753, then N53753.
Became N503MH with Mark Hurd Aerial Surveys, MN.  Acquired by 
Bruce Pruitt and in 1996 reported as 'nearing completion of long restoration'
26971 (F-5G-6-LO)
26972 (F-5G-6-LO)
26981 (MSN 7985) converted to F-5G. condemned salvage obsolete Mar 21, 1947, 
assigned FEA Apr 30, 1947.  On civil registry as N5596V in 1946.
Crashed at Paris, TX in 1972.  Rebuilt in 1980s with parts
from F-5G 44-26996.  In 2009 was registered as N7723C
26984 to N1201N (C of R not issued).  Crashed Nov 11, 1950.  Cancelled Dec 14, 1950.
26990 (F-5G-6-LO)
26992 (F-5G-6-LO)
26993 (F-5G-6-LO)
26994 (F-5G-6-LO)
26995 (F-5G-6-LO) to NX67864/N67864.  Race #40, later Race #34 "Batty Betty II".  Crashed near
Vasques Rocks, California May 28, 1952.
26996 (MSN 8000, F-5G-6-LO) to RFC Kingman, AZ Oct 8, 1946.  
Registered as N53752 in 1946, then CF-GCH in 1952, then 
N5596V (but note conflict with 44-26981).  Crashed in 1970 and some
components reported used in rebuild of 44-26981.  However,
26996 reported restored and flying again by spring 1986.
Now on flyable display at Museum of Flying,
Santa Ana, CA.  Currently under restoration at Westpac Restorations
of Rialto, CA
26997 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
26998 (F-5G-6-LO)
26999 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27000 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27001 (F-5G-6-LO)
27002 (MSN 422-8006) to F-5G-6-LO.  TO RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 24, 1946.  To NX53753 in 1946. 
To N503MH in 1957.  To N7973.  Crashed Tillamook, Oregon Jun 7, 1997.  C of R terminated.
44-26969 also quoted for N503MH.
27003 (F-5G-6-LO)
27004 (F-5G-6-LO)
27005 (F-5G-6-LO) wo NC68123/N68123.  To CF-GSP Mar 31, 1950.  DBR Minneapolis, Minnesota Nov 25, 1950.
27006 (F-5G-6-LO)
27009 (F-5G-6-LO)
27011 (F-5G-6-LO)
27012 (F-5G-6-LO)
27013 (F-5G-6-LO)
27021 (F-5G-6-LO)
27022 (F-5G-6-LO) to N1219N Apr 23, 1948.  W/o May 25, 1948 and cancelled May 27, 1949
27023 (F-5G-6-LO)
27024 (F-5G-6-LO)
27025 (F-5G-6-LO) with Spartan Air Services as CF-GSQ Oct 27, 1950, then to N5597V.  Reported sold in Spain in 1957 as
EC-WNU/EC-ANU. Derelict Madrid-Barajas, Spain by 1964.  Scrapped and cancelled Oct 17, 1969.  This is
believed to be the correct identity instead of 44-27200.
27026 (MSN 8030, F-5G-6-LO) became NX70005, then N70005.  Race #50 "The Minnesota Gopher II".  Crashed Cleveland,
Ohio in 1949.
27027 (F-5G-6-LO)
27028 (F-5G-6-LO)
27029 (F-5G-6-LO) with 348 CCTS hit wires 8 mi NNW of Perrin, TX Nov 29, 1945
27030 (F-5G-6-LO)
27031 (F-5G-6-LO)
27032 (F-5G-6-LO)
27033 (F-5G-6-LO)
27039 scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
27053 (MSN 422-8057) converted to F-5G.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 23, 1946.  Record 
card indicates condemned salvage Sep 22, 1947.  Became N345,
then N345DN, then N577JB
27062 scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
27074 scrapped at Clark AFB, Philippines 1946-47
27083 to F-5G-6-LO.  To RFC at Kingman AAF, AZ Feb 21, 1946. To NL75551.   Became N502MH with Mark 
Hurd Aerial Surveys, MN. Stored 1968-1994, then acquired by Bruce Pruitt who 
reregistered it NL2114L.  Now on flyable display as N2114L at Tillamook Air
Museum, Oregon.
27084 (F-5G-6-LO)
27085 (F-5G-6-LO)
27086 (F-5G-6-LO)
27087 (MSN 422-8091) converted to F-5G-6-LO.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 23, 1946.
To civil registry as NX65485 in 1946	
To NX345 with Russell C. Reeves, Tulsa,OK Apr 1946/1950
To N345 with Tennessee Valley Authority, TN, Nov 1950/1953
To Aero Service Corp, Philadelphia, PA. Jul 1953/1957
To James M.Cook, Jacksboro, TX. Jan 1957/1969
To Gary R. Levitz, Dallas, TX.(race #55; #38/"Double Trouble Too") June 1969/1972
To Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX.(damaged, gear collapsed at Reno, NV Sep 1983)
2 Aug 1972/1983
To N345DN Gary R. Levitz/Invader Aviation, Dallas, TX. Nov 1983/1984
To N577JB John MacQuire, El Paso,TX Apr 1987/1990.  
Currently with War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, NM since 1990/1991.  
27088 (F-5G-6-LO)
27092 (F-5G-6-LO)
27108 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27145 (MSN 422-8149) to RFC at Altus, OK Jan 27, 1946, to the Caribbean Legion on Cayo 
Confites base of MRD (Movimiento Revolucionaria Dominicano), 08/47 taken over by Cuba as CAEC 125.
27183 (MSN 422-8187) converted to F-5G.  To commercial registry as N53753, later as NC62441 with Kargl Aerial Surveys, 
Midland,TX 17 May 1946/1947.  To Aero Exploration Co, Tulsa, OK Dec 1947/1953
To N62441 with Mark Hurd Aerial Surveys, Minneapolis, MN 2 Jan 1953/1958
To N501MH with Mark Hurd Aerial Surveyes, Minneapolis, MN Mar 1958/1965
To Pacific Aerial Surveys, Seattle,WA 24 May 1965
To N517PA with Pacific Aerial Surveys, WA Dec 1965/1969
To Wally D. Peterson, Manson,WA 21 May 1969/1971
To I. N. Burchinall, Jr. Paris, TX. 27 Aug 1971/1973
To N5596V
To David M. Boyd, Tulsa,Okla (rebuild Tulsa,Okla 1973/1975) 3 Apr 1973/1981
To N517PA again with N. Merrill Wien Richard A. Wein, Fairbanks,AK (based Chino,Ca) 28 Feb 1981/1990
To N718 with Yankee Air Corps Museum, Chino, CA 13 Mar 1990/1992
On display at McGuire AFB, New Jersey
27200 (MSN 422-8204) converted to F-5G.  Quoted as NL5597V
27205 (MSN 422-8209) to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 18, 1945.  Listed as
P-38L on record card.  To NC57210, NX34992, HP-xxx.  Sold to Aero-Surveys of Vancouver, BC as CF-JJA.  To
Argentina as LV-HIX in the early 1960s and was in an accident in Argentina and
later scrapped.   
27207 (MSN 8211) converted to F-5G, became NX65419.
27209 (F-5G-6-LO)
27210 (F-5G-6-LO)
27211 (F-5G-6-LO) crashed Feb 8, 1946 at Sturgis, South Dakota.
27212 (F-5G-6-LO)
27213 (F-5G-6-LO) 
27215 (F-5G-6-LO)
27218 (F-5G-6-LO)
27230 (F-5G-6-LO)
27231 (MSN 422-8235) to F-5G-6-LO.  To RFC at Altus, OK Nov 27, 1945.
To civil registry as NX79123/N79123.  Race #95.  Reported as scrapped in 1951 and cancelled Sep 3, 1970.
Went to Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL and in Mar 1977 to Yesterday's Air Force at Chino, CA.  
Restored Jun 28, 1982.  Put on display at P-38 National Association,
March AFB, CA.  Ownership passed in 1987 to Military Aircraft Restoration Group,
Chino, CA.  Has been bought by The Fighter Collection of Duxford, England from
the Flying Heritage Collection of Rialto, CA who had themselves obtained it from
David Tallichet.  Flown from Rialto to Chino in May 2003 for final work by Fighter
Rebuilders before delivery to The Fighter Collection.  Sold in 2004 to R. Fagan
of Minnesota and never left USA.  Preserved and on display at Fagen Fighters World War II 
Museum, Granite Fall, Minnesota.  Registered N79123, current
27232 (F-5G-6-LO)
27233 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27234 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27235 (F-5G-6-LO)
27236 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27237 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27238 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27245 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27249 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27250 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27251 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27252 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27254 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NC67247
27256 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
27257 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NX62898 in 1946.  To Mexico in 1946 and probably to Nicaraguan AF
27258 (MSN 422-8262) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 28, 1945.  To civil registry as NX67863, 
to the Caribbean Legion on Cayo Confites base of MRD
(Movimiento Revolucionaria Dominicano), 08/47 taken over by Cuba as CAEC 123.

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