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Serial Number Criteria: 44-31504
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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
44-30911 ... 44-31510 (EXACT MATCH)
North American B-25J-30/32-NC Mitchell
30911/31110 MSN 108-34186/108-34385
31111/31510 MSN 108-37186/108-37585
(Andrade quotes 108-35236/35535 for 44-30911/31210 and 108-37186/37485 for
44-31211/31510)
30911 to Brazil in 1946/47
30913 (TB-25J) crashed 5 mi NW of Douglas, AZ Jul 20, 1945.
30915 (TB-25J) crashed on takeoff at Enid AAF, OK Nov 27, 1945
30916 (TB-25J) force landed 3 mi NE of Reese AFB, TX Feb 2, 1950
30925 (MSN 108-34200) converted to TB-25N.  Was *Catch 22* aircraft as N9494Z.  Participated in
filming of *Hanover Street* in 1978 and essentially abandoned at 
Blackbushe thereafter and became derelict.  Dismantled and moved to
Wellesbourne Mountford Oct 1982, then to Coventry Sep 1985.  The
British registration B-BWGR has been reserved Aug 18, 1995 for
this plane., but NTU and cancelled Feb 22, 2005.  Has been acquired by the Brussels Air Museum
Foundation and arrived there in 2010. 
30935 to RCAF as 5210 in 1951.
30937 converted to TB-25K.  Became N7693C, then N198W
30947 to RCAF as 5212 in 1951.  Became CF-NTP
30953 (TB-25J) damaged by bird strike and crashlanded 10 mi E of
Menard, TX Mar 21, 1950.
30954 (TB-25J) damaged in takeoff accident at Andrews AFB, MD
Jul 31, 1950.
30961/30964 to USN as PBJ-1J 35841/35844
30969 became N2811G
30971 converted to VB-25J VIP transport
30972/30975 to USN as PBJ-1J 35845/35848
30975 (BuNo 35848) converted into prototype for trainer.  w/o 3/25/1950
30976 converted to VB-25J VIP transport.  Became N8193H, noted
derelict at President Stroesser Airport, Ascuncion, Paraguay
by 1972.  Still there 1983.
30977 (TB-25J) crashed on takeoff at Vance AFB, OK Jan 31, 1950.
30979 converted to TB-25N.  Reported at Air Museum, Ontario, CA Sep 1967.
and was noted at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA in 1976.  Still there
in 1990.
30980/30991 to USN as PBJ-1J 35849/35860
30996 converted to TB-25N.  To N9991Z, then became PI-C905.  Destroyed by
cyclone at Virac Island airstrip Oct 14, 1970
31004 converted to TB-25N.  Under restoration for display on USS Alabama, Mobile, AL. N9463Z
31005 (TB-25J) force landed at Vance AFB, OK Feb 28, 1951
31006 (TB-25J) damaged in taxiing accident at Kelly AFB, TX
Apr 17, 1951.
31007 (TB-25J) in midair collision with 44-31045 and forcelanded
at Kegelman Auxiliary Airfield, OK Jul 22, 1950.
31008 (TB-25J) crashlanded at Vance AFB, OK Apr 23, 1951.
31015 (TB-25J) crashed into a mountain in Colorado Apr 8, 1952.  All 11 on board killed.
31022 became N9634C
31024 (TB-25J) failed to recover from spin and crashed 2.5 mi SE
of Sharon, KS Feb 26, 1951.
31032 converted to TB-25N.  To civil registry as N3174G.  Used in film "Catch-22".  
Reported 1972 at Yesterday's Air Force, Chino, CA in 1972.  Now on 
static display at March AFB Museum, California.  
31042 (MSN 108-35367) converted to TB-25N.  Became N3515G, last heard of 
Dec 1964.
31045 (TB-25J) in midair collision with 44-31007 and forcelanded
at Kegelman Auxiliary Airfield, OK Jul 22, 1950.
31089/31104 to USN as PBJ-1J 35861/35876
31121 restorable at Atlanta, GA.  In 1990 was stored by Walter Soplata, Newbury, IA.
31145 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ772.  To RCAF Sep 25, 1945
31146 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ773.  To RCAF Sep 16, 1945
31147 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ774.  To RCAF Aug 29, 1945
31148 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ775.  To RCAF Sep 11, 1945
31149 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ776.  To RCAF Oct 5, 1945
31150 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ777.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31151 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ778.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31152 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ779.  SOC Sep 4, 1945
31153 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ780.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31154 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ781.  To USAAF Aug 27, 1945
31155 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ782.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31156 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ783.  To RCAF Aug 27, 1945
31157 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ784.  To RCAF Sep 16, 1945
31158 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ785.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31159 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ786.  To RCAF Sep 25, 1945
31161 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ787.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31162/31165 Lend-Lease to USSR
31170 converted to TB-25N.  To N2810G
31171 converted to JTB-25J.  As N7614C, based at Luton, UK for filming and
then stored 1970 or 1971.  Impounded and now on display at American 
Air Museum, Duxford, UK painted as PBJ-1J.
31172 converted to TB-25N.  Became LV-GXH Jun 1961.  On static display at Santiago del Estero AP,
Argentina by 1980.  Still there in 1990.
31173 converted to TB-25N by Hayes Co.  To Enrique Denwert of Argentina
as LV-GXH in 1961.  Sold to Empresa Provincal de Aviacion Civil de
San Juan in 1971.  Operated as *Huaira Bajo*.  
Preserved in Malpaso, Santiago del Estero airport.  There is
a report that this plane is now gone, but at last report it was still
in a hangar at Santiago del Estero airport.  In Jul 2009 reported parked on apron of Aero club 
at Santiago del Estro, Argentina.  Noted under restoration at Santiago in Aug 2011.
31183 (TB-25J, 348th AAFBU) crashed on takeoff at Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma Jan 29, 1946.  Slid into
pond at end of runway.  3 crew OK.
31185 (TB-25J) crashlanded in bad weather at Langley AFB, VA Apr 28, 1950
31188 (TB-25J, HQ Sqn, 407th ABG) crashed on takeoff at MacDill
AFB, FL Apr 26, 1950.
31190 to Uruguayan AF as 160 in 1950
31191 to Venezuela in 1947/49
31201 to NEIAF as N5-259
31202 to NEIAF as N5-260
31203 to NEIAF as N5-261
31204 to NEIAF as N5-262
31217/31251 Lend-Lease to USSR
31253 to RAAF as A47-48.  SOC 3/50
31254 to RAAF as A47-47.  SOC 3/50
31255 to RAAF as A47-46.  SOC 3/50
31256 to NEIAF as N5-263
31258 to NEIAF as N5-264, later changed to M-464.  
Transferred to AURI as M-464.  Donated by
Indonesia in 1971 to Militare Luchvaart
Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands as M-464.
31259 to NEIAF as N5-265
31260 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ788.  To USAAF, no RAF service.  Became N52998,
later N102J.
31261 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ789.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31262 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ790.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31263 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ791.  To USAAF, no RAF service
31264 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ792.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31265 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ793.  To RCAF, no RAF service
31266 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ794.  Not delivered to RAF
31267 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ795.  To USAAF, no RAF service
31268 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ796.  To USAAF, no RAF service
31269 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ797.  To USAAF, no RAF service
31270 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ798.  To USAAF, no RAF service
31271 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ799.  To USAAF, no RAF service
31272 to RAF as Mitchell III KJ800, but not delivered
31273 to RAF as Mitchell III KP308, but not delivered
31274 to RAF as Mitchell III KP309, but not delivered
31275 to RAF as Mitchell III KP310, but not delivered
31276 to RAF as Mitchell III KP311, but not delivered
31277/31296 to USN as PBJ-1J 35881/35900
31297 (345th BG) lost Aug 12, 1945, South Pacific.  However
Warbirds Worldwide Directory has it becoming N67945.
31300 (345th BG) lost Aug 7, 1945, South Pacific.
31318 became N8090H, then LV-TAE.  Reported 1975 displayed at
Valparaiso, FL, then in 1976 at Eglin AFB, FL
31322 (TB-25J) crashed in bad weather 5 mi NE of Clayton, NM May 25, 1950.
31345 (TB-25J, HQ Sqn, 7 ABG) crashlanded at Bigs AFB, TX Sep 6, 1950
31346 to RCAF as 5246 in 1952
31361 (42nd BG) lost Aug 16, 1945, South Pacific
31385 converted to TB-25J.  Airworthy with Confederate Air Force,
restored as 345 BG *Show Me* registered as N3481G.  I saw this one
at Aurora, Ill. 8-5-95.  Registered as N345TH since June 2001.
31387 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force Mar 1944
31388 Lend-Lease to Chinese Nationalist Air Force Mar 1944
31399 to RCAF as 5234 in 1952.  SOC Apr 26, 1962. Became CF-NTV.
Ferried to Kamloops, BC and reporte 1971 derelict there.
31401 (MSN 108-37376) to TB-25J.  Crashed into mountain 25 mi
SSW of Yucca AAF, AZ Aug 11, 1945 while on training flight 
from Yuma AAF, AZ.  Crew of 5 killed.
31412/31416 Lend-Lease to USSR
31422/31438 were to go to RAF as Mitchell III KP312/KP328, but 
were not delivered
31444/31463 to USN as PBJ-1J 35901/35920
31466 to civil registry as N3446G.  Flew as fire tanker #66.  Crashed
and destroyed during firefighting operations near Acton, CA
Jul 22, 1960.
31481 (TB-25J) crashlanded at Ellington AFB, TX Dec 18, 1950.  Became
N8013 so presumably repaired.
31487 converted to TB-25N.  Became N3506G, then N175LT
31489 became N3513G
31491 to RCAF as 5245 in 1952.  Withdrawn from service
Nov 1961.  Sold Oct 1963 to Bellomy Aviation of
Miami, FL and assigned civilian number N8013.
Sold to Intercontinental Trading Corporation in
1964.  Reportedly used by Biafran Air Force in
war for independence.
31493 to RCAF as 5249 in 1952.  SOC Apr 26, 1962. Became CF-NTX.
Ferried to Kamloops, BC and reporte 1971 still there and
derelict.
31494 to RCAF as 5232 in 1952.  SOC Jun 13, 1963.  Became N92885
31498 rebuilt as TB-25J.  Sold in 1960 to Servicos Aeros Albarenque
of Argentina as LV-GJX.  Sold to Aeroexploracion SA,of Instituto
Fotogtopografico with name Cuco.  Seen derelict at
Ezeiza International Airport, Buenos Aires in 1964.
31504 converted to TB-25N.  To RCAF Nov 21, 1951 as 5218.  SOC
Feb 16, 1952. Became N9753Z. Reported at Technical School
at Honolulu AP, HI by Sep 1971.  By 1977 was owned by USAF
Museum and was on static display at Hickam AFB, Hawaii.  Recently 
acquired by Pacific Aviation Museum and moved to Ford Island site.
31506 to RCAF as 5228 in 1952.  SOC Nov 28, 1962 and became N92877.
31508 was airworthy at Ocala, FL as N6578D, but is now missing an engine and is severely rusted.
Was the B-25 that was the camera ship for the making of the film *Battle of Britain* in 1968.

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