USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria: 44-6379
Description Criteria:
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
44-6251 ... 44-6500 (EXACT MATCH)
Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-50-DL Fortress
MSN 22474/22723
6251 (463rd BG, "The Atoner #2")
6252 (482nd BG) was first aircraft to arrive in England (Sep 1944) fitted with
AN/APQ-7 Eagle radar for trial operational combat sorties.
6258 (97th BG, 341st BS) lost Jul 16, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6686
6260 delivered Hunder Jun 18, 1944, To Presque Isle Jun 28, 1944.  Assigned to 414th BS, 97th BG at Amendola Jul 3, 1944.
Shot down by AAA and crashed at Ploesti, Rumania Jul 22, 1944.  MACR 7094.
6261 delivered Hunter Jun 17, 1944.  To Grenier Jun 26, 1944.  Assigned to 773rd BS, 463rd BG at Celone, Italy
Jul 12, 1944.  Named "Never Satisfied".  Shot down by AAA and crashed Csurga.  10 crew POW.  MACR 9204.
6262 delivered Hunter Jun 17, 1944.  To Presque Isle Jun 28, 1944.  Assigned to 772nd BS, 463rd BG at Celone, Italy.
Jul 3, 1944.  Named "Miss Pan Am".  Returned to USA to 1103 BU at Morrison Sep 28, 1945.  To RFC at 
Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945.
6263 delivered Hunter Jun 21, 1944.  To Dow Field Jul 3, 1944.  Assigned to 353rd BSD, 301st BG at Lucera
Jul 10, 1944. Shot down by AAA Vienna Nov 7, 1944.  7 evaded, 3 POW.  MACR 9667
6264 delivered Hunter Jun 20 1944.  To Dow Field Jun 30, 1944.  Assigned to 49th BS, 2nd BG at Amendola Jul 3, 1944.
Hit by RAF aircraft in parking accident Nov 5, 1944 and salvaged
6265 deliverd Hunter Jun 19, 1944.  To Grenier Jun 28, 1944.  Assigned to 340th BS, 97th BG at Amendola Jul 3, 1944..
Shot down by AAA on mission to Blechhammer Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8730.
6268 (99th BG) lost Jan 20, 1945, Italy
6270 (97th BG, 414th BS) lost Jul 16, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6961
6271 (463rd BG, originally "The White Charger" later "Magnificent Malfunction").
Shot down Apr 20, 1945 (MACR 14019)
6276 (463rd BG, 772nd BS) lost Jul 25, 1944.  MACR 7001
6290 (487th BG) crashed in Merchweile-Wemmetsweiler, Saarland, Germany Nov 9, 1944 after flak hits
over Saarbrucken.  2 KIA, 7 POW.
6291 (303rd BG) shot down Aug 15, 1944 on mission to Weisbaden, Germany.
6292 (486th B G, 833rd BS0 lost Schelde, Netherlands Feb 9, 1944
6294 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Scotty*) MIA Oct 7, 1944 on mission to Ruhland, Germany
6295 (100th BG, *White Cargo*) salvaged Mar 18, 1945
6297 (100th BG, *Spirit of Pittwood*) returned to USA May 30, 1945.
6300 (305th BG, 366th BS, 'Fancy Pantz') MIA on Pilsen mission Apr 25, 1945.  Hit by
flak and crashed in Czechoslovakia off target.  No MACR filed.  Crew survived and
reported back to base Apr 30, 1945.
6303 (490th BG) shot down Apr 9, 1945.  7 POW.
6306 (100th BG) lost on mission to Merseburg Sep 28, 1944.
6314 delivered Kearney Jun 29, 1944, to Grenier Jul 12, 1944.  Assigned to 486th BG, 834th BS ("Ruthie Bee") at
Sudbury Jul 13, 1944.  Returned to US at Bradley Jul 8, 1944.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 19, 1945.
6315 (487th BG, 837th BS, "Fearless Fosdick") to Kingman AAD,
sold for salvage Jul 1, 1946
6316 to USSR
6327 (483rd BG, 816th BS) lost Apr 25, 1945, Austria.  MACR 14060
6328 (97th BG, 342nd BS) lost Apr 20, 1945, Austria.
6332 (483rd BG, 816th BS) shot down by AAA over Vienna, Austria Sep 10, 1944.  5 KIA, 4 POW.  MACR 8361.
On some databases, listed as sold to Bolivian commercial user as CB-88 and later re-registered 
as CP-588 and destroyed on May 2, 1963 when crashed somewhere in Mexico.  This is apparently wrong,
and the plane is correctly listed as being lost Sep 10, 1944.
6333 (483rd BG, 815th BS) lost over Austria Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 10645
6336 (463rd BG, 775th BS) lost over Austria Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12914.
6347 (301st BG, 32nd BS, *Princess O'Rourke) interned in Switzerland Apr 20, 1945.
Returned Sep 1, 1945.
6348 (301st BG, 32nd BS) lost over Austria Sep 10, 1944.  MACR 8622
6350 (2nd BG) lost Jan 10, 1945, Adriatic
6351 (301st BG, 352nd BS) lost over Austria Mar 4, 1945.  MACR 12903
6369 (2nd BG) shot down near Vsetin (village Liptal), Morava, 
Czechoslovakia Aug 29, 1944
6374 (2nd BG, 49th BS) lost Apr 20, 1945, Austria.
6376 (99th BG) to Kingman AAD, sold for salvage Jul 1, 1946
6377 (463rd BG, "Pretty Baby's Boys")
6381 (463rd BG, 775th BS) crashed into a mountain in Italy Apr 5, 1945
during a test flight.  All 6 aboard killed.
6388 crashed 2 mi SW of Destin, FL May 8, 1947
6393 converted to CB-17G then to VB-17G.  Sold to government of Bolivia Jun 1956.  To
Lloyd Aero Bolivaro Jan 1957 as CP-627.  Crashed at La Paz Aug 27, 1968, rebuilt with 
parts from B-17G 43-38322/CP-580.  To Frigorifico Reyes as CP-891
Returned to USA in 1980 for display at March Field Museum, Califormia as
B-17F-105-BO 42-30092.  Restored in 1997-98 and now bears its original serial number and named "Return to Glory".
6405 (483rd BG, 840th BS, "Big Yank") credited with 3 Me 262 kills and
one probable Mar 24, 1945.  Salvaged at Walnut Ridge, Arkansas
Dec 28, 1945.
6407 (301st BG, "Miss BeHaven") hit by AAA over Komaron, Yugoslavia Mar 14, 1945, crew bailed out over
Myslenice with aircraft on autopilot, airframe came down in field at Krotoszyn, Poland
and lay in field for 3 years then cut into sections and scrapped.
6412 (483rd BG, 817th BS) lost over Austria Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8620
6418 (463rd BG, 775th BS) lost Apr 20, 1945, Austria.
6419 (463rd BG, "Lil Liz II") MIA Oct 17, 1944.  MACR 9120
6421 (463rd BG, 773rd BS) lost over Austria Mar 20, 1945.  MACR 13052
6422 to USSR
6428 (2nd BG, 20th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near Kocs, Hungary Mar 14, 1945. 3 KIA, 7 POW. MACR 12823.
6431 (99th BG, 346th BS) lost Apr 25, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13988
6441 (301th BG) destroyed in non-operational flight Apr 20, 1945 near Moddolini, Italy.
20 aboard killed, including 4 female Air Corps personnel.
6443 to USSR
6446 (MSN 22669) delivered to Hunter Aug 7, 1944.  To Grenier Aug 19, 1944.  Assigned to 97th BG at Amendola
Sep 15, 1944.  Returned to USA at Bradley Jul 10, 1945.  To Independence Jul 12, 1945.  Attached to 185th 
BU at Independence AAF, Kansas damaged by B-17 44-8312 while parked at 
Independence AAF, Kansas Dec 16, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman Jan 2, 1946.
6451 delivered Kearney Aug 10, 1944.  to Grenier Aug 22, 1944.  Assigned to 419th BS, 301st BG at Lucera Sep 17, 1944.
To RFC at Kingman Dec 26, 1945.
6452 delivered Kearney Aug 8, 1944, to Grenier Aug 15, 1955.  Assigned to 20th BS, 2nd BG at Amendola.
Named "Big Stuff".  Crashlanded Mar 23, 1945 after flak damage in Osiek, Poland.  All crew members survived 
and returned to Italy via the Soviet Union.  MACR 13276.
6453 delivered Kearney Aug 13, 1944.  to Granier Aug 18, 1944.  Assigned to 97th BS at Amendola Aug 28, 1944.
Crashed Dec 29, 1944 
6454 (483rd BG) lost Jan 21, 1945, Hungary
6461 (92nd BG, 326th BS, "Sweet Chick With a Lick") lost two engines due
to mechanical failure and was shot down by a couple of German fighters
Feb 26, 1945.  Crew bailed out near Hojrup south of Gram, Denmark.
2 evaded, rest POW.  MACR 12271
6462 (447th BG, 710th BS, *Sandusky Jo*) returned to USA Jul 7, 1945,
arrived at Kingman, AZ Dec 3, 1945.  Sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946.
6464 (401st BG, 614th BS, "Prop Wash/Hare's Breath") one engine caught
fire during assembly, crew bailed out safely and plane crashed
at Bitteswell, UK Mar 4, 1945.
6465 (34th BG, 7th BS, "Fancy Nancy")
6469 (447th BG, 748th BS) hit by flak Oct 7, 1944 on mission to Politz. 
Crew bailed out and became POWs.  Plane crashed in Poland.
6470 (100th BG) lost on mission to Zeita/Bad berka Mar 31, 1945
6475 (95th BG, 335th BS, "Round Tripper")
6478 (381st BG, 533rd BS) shot down by AA Greven, Germany Mar 24, 1945.
6483 (385th BG, 550th BS, "Ruby's Raiders") lost Mar 24, 1945.
6485 (401st BG) DBR by fire during acceptance check Aug 23, 1944 when
mechanics working on bomb bay caused spark which ignited escaping oxygen.
6498 (100th BG) salvaged after fire damaage Nov 4, 1944
6500 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost on mission to Berlin Feb 3, 1945.  MACR 12045
44-15803 ... 44-16702
Martin A-30C
MSN 10085/10984.  For RAF as Baltimore VI HA100/HA999, contract cancelled.
44-25059 ... 44-27258
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 1940’s
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 1940’s
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.
44-36098 ... 44-36797
Douglas A-26C Invader
MSN 29377/30076.  Cancelled contract.
44-44555 ... 44-47048
Fisher P-75A-1-GC Eagle
Cancelled contract
44-56108 ... 44-59707
Radioplane OQ-3-RP
44-65660 ... 44-66659
Frankfort OQ-3-FR
44-76195 ... 44-76524
Douglas C-47B-25-DK Skytrain
MSN 32527/32856
76206,76214,76223,76240,76248,76257,76265,
76273,76282,76290,76298,76306,76314,76322,
76330,76338,76346,76354,76362,,76370,76378,
76386,76394,76402,76410,76418,76430,76438,
76446,76454,76462,76470,76478,76486,76494,
76502,76510,76518,,76524 completed as TC-47B-25-DK.
76196,76197,76254,76292,76344,76395,76449
completed as C-47B-27-DK
76203,76210,76219,76227,76236,76244,76252,
76261,76269,76277,76286,76294,76302,76310,
76318,76326,76334,76342,76350,76358,76366,
76374,76382,76390,76398,76406,76414,76422,
completed as C-47B-28-DK
76195 (MSN 15779/32527) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Jan 28, 1945.  Became XT-84
76196 (MSN 15780/32528) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76197 (MSN 15781/32529) delivered as VD-47D-27-DK.  To civil registry N87664, C-GGCS, then as N73CD
76198 (MSN 15782/32530) delivered as VD-47D-27-DK.  Delivered to China
National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under Lend-Lease Feb 18, 1945.
Became XT-58, then XT-133, then N8354C.  To VR-HEP. Back to N8354C.  W/o 4 mi W of Sungei Padi, Siam Jan 13, 1951.
76199 (MSN 15783/32531) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Feb 18, 1945.
76200 (MSN 15784/32532) to RAF as Dakota IV KN285 Jan 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Oct 7, 1954
76201 (MSN 15785/32533) to RAF as Dakota IV KN286 Jan 1945.  SOC Sep 15, 1949
76202 (MSN 15786/32534) to RAF as Dakota IV KN287 Jan 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Mar 27, 1947
76203 (MSN 15787/32535) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  converted to VC-47D
76204 (MSN 15788/32536) to RAF as Dakota IV KN288 Jan 1945.  Overstressed
after engine failure over Somerset Aug 24, 1945.  SOC
76205 (MSN 15789/32537) to RAF as Dakota IV KN289 Jan 1945.  DBR when
bellylanded at Bury, QQ Feb 1,1 945 after engines cut due to fuel
mishandling.
76206 (MSN 15790/32538) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76207 (MSN 15791/32539) to RAF as Dakota IV KN290 Jan 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Gropu Sep 24, 1954.  Converted
to AC-47D.  Shot down in South Vietnam May; 5, 1968, 3 KIA
76208 (MSN 15792/32540) to RAF as Dakota IV KN291.  To RCAF 
Jun 6, 1946.  Renumbered 12911 in 1970
76209 (MSN 15793/32541) to RAF as Dakota IV KN292.  Transferred to 
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 20, 1953.  Became 709 of French navy, then 
N91BF. Converted to Basler BT-67 gunship (Basler conversion no 37) and to 
Colombian AF as FAC 1658.
76210 (MSN 15794/32542) completed as C-47B-28-DK
76211 (MSN 15795/32543) to RAF as Dakota IV KN293 Jan 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76212 (MSN 15796/32544) to RAF as Dakota IV KN294 Jan 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76213 (MSN 15797/32545) to RAF as Dakota IV KN295 Jan 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 19, 1953.
76214 (MSN 15798/32546) completed as TC-47B-25-DK.   Converted to SC-47D.  To civil registry
as N87633, then CP0729.  Crashed Jun 6, 1964, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia.
76215 (MSN 15799/32547) to RAF as Dakota IV KN296 Jan 1945. Returned to USAAF
Jul 31, 1947
76216 (MSN 15800/32548) to RAF as Dakota IV KN297 Jan 1945.  Sold Dec 31,
1946. To civil registry as G-AOZA Jan 8, 1957.  Registration
cancelled Jul 29, 1957, sold to French AF as 76216 Nov 1957.
To Madagascar as 5R-MMB.
76217 (MSN 15801/32549) to RAF as Dakota IV KN298 Jan 1945.  Broke up in
cloud 20 mi W of Feni Apr 13, 1945
76218 (MSN 15802/32550) to RAF as Dakota IV KN299 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Dec 18, 1947
76219 (MSN 15803/32551) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  By 1954 was CX-AFE
of Primeras Lineas Uroguayas de Navigacion Aerea.
76220 (MSN 15804/32552) to RAF as Dakota IV KN300 Feb 1945.  Wrecked when
swung on landing and struck tree, N'duli, Tanganyika Mar 16, 1950
76221 (MSN 15805/32553) to RAF as Dakota IV KN301 Jan 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 27, 1953.  To Armee de l'Air as 476221.  Transferred
under MDAP to French Air Force call sigh F-RAQH, then to F-RAOL, then to F-TEBF, then to F-SDKD.  To
Israel Defense Force Air Force as 018, to 4X-FNO.  To Cascade Air Inc as N60049 Jul 13, 2000.  Reported
destroyed/scrapped Alberta Mar 24, 2004.
76222 (MSN 15806/32554) to RAF as Dakota IV KN302 Feb 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Aug 20, 1947
76223 (MSN 15807/32555) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76224 (MSN 15808/32556) to RAF as Dakota IV KN303 Feb 1945.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire after striking tree during supply drop, seletar Jul 2, 1949
76225 (MSN 15809/32557) to RAF as Dakota IV KN304 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 17, 1947.  To Belgian AF K19 (call sign OT-CWI) then 
to Katanga AF as KAT-03
76226 (MSN 15810/32558) to RAF as Dakota IV KN305 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jul 3, 1947.  To Belgian AF as K-21 (call sign OT-CWJ), to Katanga as KAT-02.
76227 (MSN 15811/32559) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  To civil registry as PP-CCD.
Crashed Apr 28, 1946 in Amazonas, Brazil
76228 (MSN 15812/32560) to RAF as Dakota IV KN306 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by fire
when swung on landing, ran into ditch and undercarriage
collapsed Oct 15, 1945, Akyab Main, Burma
76229 (MSN 15813/32561) to RAF as Dakota IV KN307.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 18, 1953 as 476229, then
to French Air Force as 476229, call signs F-RAMP, F-RAXP, F-RAOD
and F-TEFJ, then to French Navy as 729, call sign F-YDQS.  
Then to Sarl Transalvair International as F-GDXP Feb 5, 1986.
To SA Transvalair/ACE Oct 17, 1988.  To SA Transvalair
Normandie/TVN Feb 21, 1991.  TO SA Transvalair/ACe Mar 15, 1993.
Exported to England Jul 26, 1994. Then registered to Aces High 
Ltd Jul 27, 1994 as G-BVRB.  Planned to be re-exported to France
May 9, 1995 for International Lease Finance Corporation as F-GNFD
for Classic AW, but this was abandoned.  Expoerted to USA as N4332E
for Euroworld Miami, Inc of Miami May 20, 1998.  Re-exported to France
Jun 4, 1999.  Scrapped at Le Touquet (LTQ) in France.  Fuselage moved
Oct 2006 to Saint-Mere L'Eglise for exhibit, engines to Abbeville.
76230 (MSN 15814/32562) 
76231 (MSN 15815/32563) while assigned to North American Aviation crashed
Apr 5, 1947, 5 miles W of Decaturville, TN in bad weather. At least
one killed. 
76232 (MSN 15816/32564) w/o Oct 23, 1945 on the Hump.
76233 (MSN 15817/32565) to USAAF 1 CCG, 2CCS.  W/o Jul 24, 1945 in landing accident
at Nanning, China
76234 (MSN 15818/32566) w/o May 13, 1945 on approach to Ledo, India
76235 (MSN 15819/32567)
76236 (MSN 15820/32568) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76237 (MSN 15821/32569) reregistered to PI-C487 to XU-CAF in Aug 1972 operated by Khymer A/Ls 
76238 (MSN 15822/32570) crashed Jan 31, 1946
76239 (MSN 15823/32571) 
76240 (MSN 15824/32572) deliveres as TC-47B-25-DK.   Converted to TC-47D.
To civil registry as N87665.
76241 (MSN 15825/32573) 
76242 (MSN 15826/32574) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporatin Feb 15, 1946.  Destroyed in
Changxing County Dec 14, 1946. 
76243 (MSN 15827/32575)
76244 (MSN 15828/32576) w/o Jun 15, 1947 in crash landing at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
76245 (MSN 15829/32577) damage Mar 30, 1945 on takeoff at Shingbwiang, Burma
76246 (MSN 15830/32578) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946 as XT-T33.
To civil registry as N8331C, then N1799B
76247 (MSN 15831/32579) reportedly w/o Msar 3, 1954
76248 (MSN 15832/32580) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.
76249 (MSN 15833/32581) 
76250 (MSN 15834/32582)
76251 (MSN 15835/32583) w/o Sep 4, 1945 on landing at Luliang, China
76252 (MSN 15836/32584) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76253 (MSN 15837/32585) 
76254 (MSN 15838/32586) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76255 (MSN 15839/32587) to RAF as Dakota IV KN308 Feb 1945.  SOC Nov 18, 1950.
76256 (MSN 15840/32588) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Feb 1945 as XT-T22.
Later to civil registry as N8329C, N4663V, N99H.
76257 (MSN 15841/32589) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76258 (MSN 15842/32590) damaged Dec 29,1 950 in taxi accident at Itzauke AB, Japan 
76259 (MSN 15943/32591) 
76260 (MSN 15844/32592) to RAF as Dakota IV KN309 Feb 1945.  Sold May 12, 1953.
Became VR-TBI
76261 (MSN 15845/32593) deliverd as C-47B-28-DK.  Registered to Cruzeiro as PP-CCC.  Crashed
Dec 1, 1955 after takeoff from Belim, Brazil when engine lost power.  2 crew, 4 passengers killed.
76262 (MSN 15846/32594) to RAF as Dakota IV KN310 Feb 1945.  Sold Nov 11, 1952.
Registered G-AMWX Dec 5, 1952.  Carried out trooping contracts
using temporary RAF serial XF792.  Forcelanded on beach at Mers-les-Bains,
France Dec 17, 1965 and DBR when covered by incoming tide.
76263 (MSN 15847/32595) 
76264 (MSN 15848/32596)
76265 (MSN 15849/32597) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK. To El Salvador AF Jul 1974 as 113
76266 (MSN 15850/32598) converted to VC-47D.  Crashed 35 mi N of Globe, AZ Dec 30, 1951 while on
flight from Hamilton AFB to Goodfellow AFB.  4 crew and 24 passengers killed.
76267 (MSN 15851/32599) to USSR Mar 1945
76268 (MSN 15852/32600) to USSR Feb 1945
76269 (MSN 15853/32601) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
76270 (MSN 15854/32602) to USSR Mar 1945
76271 (MSN 15855/32603) to USSR Feb 1945
76272 (MSN 15856/32604) to USSR Feb 1945
76273 (MSN 15857/32605) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Reportedly w/o Aug 9, 1952
76274 (MSN 15858/32606) to USSR Feb 1945
76275 (MSN 15859/32607) to USSR Feb 1945
76276 (MSN 15860/32608) to USSR Feb 1945
76277 (MSN 15861/32609) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  To PP-PBZ of Panair do Brasil then
PP-CCR "Bare" of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul and CP-1243.
76278 (MSN 15862/32610) to USSR Feb 1945
76279 (MSN 15863/32611) to USSR Feb 1945
76280 (MSN 15864/32612) to RAF as Dakota IV KN311 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
76281 (MSN 15865/32613) to RAF as Dakota IV KN312.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Gropu Jul 22, 1952, later to NEIAF
76282 (MSN 15866/32614) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To Cambodia AF Aug 12, 1970
76283 (MSN 15867/32615) to RAF as Dakota IV KN313 Feb 1945.  SOC Aug 14, 1947
76284 (MSN 15868/32616) to RAF as Dakota IV KN314 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
76285 (MSN 15869/32617) to RAF as Dakota IV KN315 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
76286 (MSN 15870/32618) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
76287 (MSN 15871/32619) to RAF as Dakota IV KN316 Feb 1945.   Returned to
USAAF Aug 23, 1948
76288 (MSN 15872/32620) to RAF as Dakota IV KN317 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
76289 (MSN 15873/32621) to RAF as Dakota IV KN318 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950
76290 (MSN 15874/32622) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Crashed during mission in South Vietnam Mar 9, 1966, 1 KIA, 2 MIA.
76291 (MSN 15875/32623) to RAF as Dakota IV KN319 Feb 1945.  DBR when swung on
landing and undercarriage collapsed, Mingaladon Jul 8, 1945.
76292 (MSN 15876/32624) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D.  To civil registry as N304S
76293 (MSN 15877/32625) to RAF as Dakota IV KN320 Mar 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1947
76294 (MSN 15878/32626) delivered as V-47B-28-DK
76295 (MSN 15879/32627) to RAF as Dakota IV KN321 Feb 1945. Returned to USAAF
Jan 27, 1947
76296 (MSN 15880/32628) to RAF as Dakota IV KN322 Feb 1945.  Sold Jan 27, 1953.
By 1955 was VP-KLA of East African Airways Corp.
76297 (MSN 15881/32629) to RAF as Dakota IV KN323 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 21, 1950
76298 (MSN 15882/32630) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76299 (MSN 15883/32631) to RAF as Dakota IV KN324 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
76300 (MSN 15884/32632) to RAF as Dakota IV KN325 Feb 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Nov 14, 1947.  To Belgian AF K26
(call sign OT-CWL) then to Netherlanda AF X-3
76301 (MSN 15885/32633) to RAF as Dakota IV KN326 Feb 1945.  Swung on landing
and struck Dakota KN575 (previous US serial unknown) and DBR,
Semerang, Java Jan 30, 1946
76302 (MSN 15886/32634) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76303 (MSN 15887/32635) was to have gone RAF as Dakota IV KN327 Feb 1945 but
was diverted to SAAF as 6854, no RAF service
76304 (MSN 15888/32636) to RAF as Dakota IV KN328 Feb 1945.  
Transferred to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 5, 1955. Returned to USAF.  Converted to EC-47Q.
To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Sep 30, 1974.
76305 (MSN 15889/32637) to RAF as Dakota IV KN329 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
76306 (MSN 15890/32638) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK Feb 1945.  To SC-47D, later HC-47D.
76307 (MSN 15891/32639) to RAF as Dakota IV KN330 Feb 1945.  Transferred to 
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 23, 1953.
76308 (MSN 15892/32640) to RAF as Dakota IV KN331 Feb 1945.  SOC Jan 24, 1950
76309 (MSN 15893/32641) to RAF as Dakota IV KN332 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by fire
after flying into hill near Vitrolles, France while descending
in cloud Apr 19, 1945.
76310 (MSN 15894/32642) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Presented to King Farouk
of Egypt Mar 27, 1945 and serialed F3.  After Egyptian revolution was
used by Col. Nasser and reserialed 113 by Egyptian AF.  Replaced as
Nasser's aircraft by IL-14 Jan 1956
76311 (MSN 15895/32643) to RAF as Dakota IV KN333 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
76312 (MSN 15896/32644) to RAF as Dakota IV KN334 Feb 1945.  To SAAF as 6882 Oct 3, 1945. Registered Jan 30, 2003 
to National Test Pilots School P/L of Capetown, South Africa as ZS-MAP.
76313 (MSN 15897/32645) to RAF as Dakota IV KN335 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 12, 1948.
76314 (MSN 15898/32646) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76315 (MSN 15899/32647)
76316 (MSN 15900/32648) destroyed by typhoon Oct 22, 1945
76317 (MSN 15901/32649) to RAF as Dakota IV KN336 Mar 1945.  Flew into ground
on approach in cloud Aug 9, 1949, Salalah, Oman, 12 lost.
76318 (MSN 15902/32650) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.
76319 (MSN 15903/32651) to RAF as Dakota IV KN337 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to SAAF as 6874 Oct 4, 1945.  To Rhodesia/Zimbabwe as 7039.  Flown to Wonderboom, near Pretoria, South Africa
for conversion to turboprop in 2001/2.  Taken by road in about 2009 from Wonderboom.
76320 (MSN 15904/32652) to RAF as Dakota IV KN338 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Dec 21, 1946.  By 1954 was PP-VBB of S A Empresa de viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense 
76321 (MSN 15905/32653) to RAF as Dakota IV KN339 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jun 24, 1947
76322 (MSN 15906/32654) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to C-47D
76323 (MSN 15907/32655) to RAF as Dakota IV KN340 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 1, 19458
76324 (MSN 15908/32656) to RAF as Dakota IV KN341 Feb 1945.  Sold Jul 27, 1953.
Became ZS-DHX
76325 (MSN 15909/32657) to RAF as Dakota IV KN342 Feb 1945.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.
76326 (MSN 15910/32658) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D.
Now on display at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama
76327 (MSN 15911/32659) to RAF as Dakota IV KN343 Feb 1945. Ditched 120
mi S of Port Moresby, New Guinea Mar 20, 1945 after both engines
failed.
76328 (MSN 15912/32660) to RAF as Dakota IV KN344.  Crashed at Samari,
New Guinea Jul 2, 1945 (not sure if this is date of crash or date
wreck was found)
76329 (MSN 15913/32661) to RAF as Dakota IV KN345 Feb 1945.  Crashed into 
Mt Pinos near Riverside, CA Mar 13, 1945 at night during ferry flight
76330 (MSN 15914/32662) (detached from 315th Air Division from Osan AB, Korea) shot down by Pathet Lao
AAA or small-arms fire Mar 23, 1961 and crashed 4 mi nw of Phon Savan, Laos.  First US
combat loss in Southeast Asia since WW2.  7 crew killed, one POW.  POW 
released Aug 15, 1962 after signing of Geneva Accords on Laos.
76331 (MSN 15915/32663) to RAF as Dakota IV  KN346 Feb 1945.  SOC Feb 4, 1948
76332 (MSN 15916/32664) to RAF as Dakota IV KN347 Feb 1945.  To Belgian AF Jan 29, 1950
as K28 (call sign OT-CNO) then OO-SNC
76333 (MSN 15917/32665) to RAF as Dakota IV KN348 Feb 1945.  Ditched near
Lingayen, Luzon Sep 14, 1945 after both engines lost power.
76334 (MSN 15918/32666) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D.  Retired to MASDC on July 25, 1968.
76335 (MSN 15919/32667) to RAAF as A65-75 (VH-CIR).  Crashed Oct 26, 1956
Daly Waters, NT.  Scrapped Nov 1956.
76336 (MSN 15920/32668) to RAAF as A65-72 (VH-CIO).  Used as transport
for Sir Robert Menzies.  To Adastra Airways VH-AGU 1959. 
Now owned by By Jeff Trappett. 
76337 (MSN 15921/32669) to RAAF as A65-79 (VH-CIV).  To civilian registry as
VH-CDB in 1960.  To Cambodia AF in 1960.
76338 (MSN 15922/32670) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.   To Cambodia AF Feb 2, 1971.
76339 (MSN 15923/32671) to RAAF as A65-73 (VH-CIP).  Now on static display in
Beck Collection, Mareeba, QLD.
76340 (MSN 15924/32672) to RAAF as A65-80 (VH-CIW).  To civil registry as VH-AIQ.  To Cambodia AF 1971.
76341 (MSN 15925/32673) to RAAF as A65-81 (VH-CIX).  Damaged beyond repair
by a blizzard in Antarctic May 16, 1961.
76342 (MSN 15926/32674) delivered as C-47B-28-DK Feb 1945
76343 (MSN 15927/32675) to RAAF as A65-76 (VH-CIS).  To Aeroequipment of Australia
as VH-CDA.  To Israel AF as 4X-FN in April 1960.  To Portuguese AF as FAP-6155
in 1961.  In 1974 to Guine-Bissau Air Force and used as a bomber, possibly
registered as CR-GBN.  Ultimate fate obscure.
76344 (MSN 15928/32676) delivered as C-47B-27-DK
76345 (MSN 15929/32677) to RAAF as A65-78 (VH-CIU).  Now at Point Cook
Museum, VIC.
76346 (MSN 15930/32678) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76347 (MSN 15931/32679) to RAAF as A65-77 (VH-CIT).  Crashed Jun 27, 1945,
Mascot, NSW.
76348 (MSN 15932/32680) to RAAF as A65-74 (VH-CIQ).  Crashed Dec 1, 1950 and scrapped
Feb 1951.
76349 (MSN 15933/32681) to RCAF as Dakota IV 986.  W/o Goose Bay Mar 29, 1946.
76350 (MSN 15934/32682) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  By 1955 was PP-CCB
"Timbira" of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul
76351 (MSN 15935/32683) to RCAF as 985.  Missing Jul 23, 1951.
76352 (MSN 15936/32684) to French AF Feb 1945
76353 (MSN 15937/32685) to French AF Feb 1945.
76354 (MSN 15938/32686) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
Shot dowin in South Vietnam Mar 29, 1967.  7 KIA
76355 (MSN 15939/32687) to French AF Mar 1945
76356 (MSN 15940/32688) to French AF Feb 1945
76357 (MSN 15941/32689) to French AF Feb 1945 reg 476357, call sign F-RAZB, for service in French Indo China. 
Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam. 
76358 (MSN 15942/32690) to French AF Mar 1945.  By 1954 was PP-VAW of
S. A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense
76359 (MSN 15943/32691) to NEIAF as DT-945
76360 (MSN 15944/32692) to NEIAF as DT-949.
76361 (MSN 15945/32693) to RNZAF as NZ3534 Mar 1945.  By 1954 was
ZK-APB of New Zealand National Airways
76362 (MSN 15946/32694) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76363 (MSN 15947/32695) to RNZAF as NZ3535 Mar 1945
76364 (MSN 15948/32696) to RNZAF as NZ3536 Mar 1945
76365 (MSN 15949/32697) to USSR Mar 1945
76366 (MSN 15950/32698) crashed 5 mi S of Memphis, TN Dec 11, 1947.  20 killed.
76367 (MSN 15951/32699) to USSR Mar 1945
76368 (MSN 15952/32700) to USSR Mar 1945
76369 (MSN 15953/32701) to USSR Mar 1945
76370 (MSN 15954/32702) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK. To South Vietnam AF,
then to Royal Laotian AF.
76371 (MSN 15955/32703) to USSR Mar 1945
76372 (MSN 15956/32704) to USSR Mar 1945
76373 (MSN 15957/32705) to USSR Mar 1945
76374 (MSN 15958/32706) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
76375 (MSN 15959/32707) to USSR Mar 1945
76376 (MSN 15960/32708) to USSR Mar 1945
76377 (MSN 15961/32709) to USSR Mar 1945
76378 (MSN 15962/32710) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76379 (MSN 15963/32711) to RAF as Dakota IV KN349 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAF Jun 18, 1948
76380 (MSN 15964/32712) to RAF as Dakota IV KN350 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 21, 1950
76381 (MSN 15965/32713) to RAF as Dakota IV KN351 Feb 1945.  DBR when tire burst
on landing, swung, and undercarriage collapsed Mar 15, 1946, Mingaladon, Burma
76382 (MSN 15966/32714) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76383 (MSN 15967/32715) to RAF as Dakota IV KN352 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Southern Rhodesian AF as SR4278 (AF-103) Aug 30, 1954.  In 1964 to Zambia AF as AF-101.  W/o
at Londozi, Zambia Aug 4, 1964.
76384 (MSN 15968/32716) to RAF as Dakota IV KN353 Feb 1945.  Then registered G-AMYJ
Feb 23, 1953.  Carried out trooping work under serial XF747.  Became
SU-AZF, then reverted to G-AMYJ, registration cancelled by CAA Dec 12, 2001.
Aircraft noted at Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, England Mar 2004 in
RAF colors and wearing original serial of KN353.
76385 (MSN 15969/32717) to RAF as Dakota IV KN354 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 1, 1954
76386 (MSN 15970/32718) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
76387 (MSN 15971/32719) to RAF as Dakota IV KN355 Feb 1945.  SOC Jul 15, 1950
76388 (MSN 15972/32720) to RAF as Dakota IV KN356 Feb 1945.  Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 19, 1954.
76389 (MSN 15973/32721) to RAF as Dakota IV KN357 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF May 27, 1948 
76390 (MSN 15974/32722) delivered as C-47B-28-DK Mar 1945.
76391 (MSN 15975/32723) to RAF as Dakota IV KN358 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jan 27, 1947.
76392 (MSN 15976/32724) to RAF as Dakota IV KN359 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Feb 12, 1947
76393 (MSN 15977/32725) to RAF as Dakota IV KN360 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 26, 1951.  In 1955 was
F-BEIL of Union Aeromaritime de Transport.  Went to Luftwaffe as XA+112 when it
acquired an F-104 nose. Was to have been reserialled 14+02, but 
sold as N10803 instead.  Registration cancelled Mar 24, 2004 as 'sale reported Jan 14, 1977'. 
On civil registry as N2271B with Nevada Airlines of Nevada.  
76394 (MSN 15978/32726) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To South Vietnam AF, then
to Philippine AF.
76395 (MSN 15979/32727) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76396 (MSN 15980/32728) to RAF as Dakota IV KN361 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 16, 1954
76397 (MSN 15981/32729) to RAF as Dakota IV KN362.  Returned to USAAF
Jan 9, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAS-199 and later 
re-registered OB-R-199.
76398 (MSN 15982/32730) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Conveted to VC-47D
76399 (MSN 15983/32731) to RAF as Dakota IV KN363.  Ditched in South
China Sea Jan 4, 1946 after engine failed.  3 lost
76400 (MSN 15984/32732) to RAF as Dakota IV KN364 Feb 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jan 13, 1947.  By 1954 was PP-VBC of
S. A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense
76401 (MSN 15985/32733) to RAF as Dakota IV KN365 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 20, 1947.
76402 (MSN 15986/32734) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK. To US civil registry as N86441.  To Spanish AF as T.3-47
76403 (MSN 15987/32735) to RAF as Dakota IV KN366 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by
fire after flying into mountain on Wantau Island while on approach
to Kai Tak, Hong Kong in cloud Mar 26, 1946
76404 (MSN 15988/32736) to RAF as Dakota IV KN367 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 8, 1953.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 476404, call sign 
F-RAZZ, for service in French Indo China. Oct 19, 1953 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
76405 (MSN 15989/32737) to RAF as Dakota IV KN368.  Returned to USAAF
Jan 29, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAT-200 and later 
re-registered OB-R-200. Scrapped at Lima.
76406 (MSN 15990/32738) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Disappeared off Drewin, Ivory Coast 
May 30,1945 after emergency message.  21 missing.
76407 (MSN 15991/32739) to RAF as Dakota IV KN369 Feb 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 13, 1954.  To civil registry as N10802
76408 (MSN 15992/32740) to RAF as Dakota IV KN370 Mar 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Mar 28, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAU-201. W/o Cuzco, 
Peru Nov 23, 1950
76409 (MSN 15993/32741) to RAF as Dakota IV KN371 Mar 1945.  Registered G-AMPS
Mar 4, 1952.  Registration cancelled Mar 13, 1953 on sale to
Central African Airways as VP-YKN "Mashona"
76410 (MSN 15994/32742) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  
76411 (MSN 15995/32743) to RAF as Dakota IV KN372 Mar 1945.  Sold Jun 14, 1950.
Became ZS-AXS.
76412 (MSN 15996/32744) to RAF as Dakota IV KN373 Mar 1945. Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 13, 1954.  Returned to USAF
as 44-76412.  W/o May 11, 1958 while enroute from Wheelus AB
Tripoli, Libya to RAF Alconbury when had an engine failure and
landed gear up after a second engine failure on an abandoned
airfield near Hal Far, Malta.
76413 (MSN 15997/32745) to RAF as Dakota IV KN374 Mar 1945.  SOC May 30, 1946
76414 (MSN 15998/32746) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
76415 (MSN 15999/32747) to RAF as Dakota IV KN375 Mar 1945.  DBR May 26, 1948
at North Luffenham, UK when struck while parked by Dakot KK198 (ex 43-49714)
76416 (MSN 16000/32748) to RAF as Dakota IV KN376 Mar 1945.  Ditched 10 mi
SE of Angaur, Palau Islands after engine failure May 23, 1945.
76417 (MSN 16001/32749) to RAF as Dakota IV KN377 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 23, 1953.
76418 (MSN 16002/32750) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To South Vietnam AF, then to Thailand.  
WFU U-Tapao Jan 2000.
76419 (MSN 16003/32751) to RAF as Dakota IV KN378 Mar 1945.  SOC Mar 7, 1950
76420 (MSN 16004/32752) to RAF as Dakota IV KN379 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 26, 1953.  Later registered F-GEOA.  Now falsely marked as
42-108979 H2-K/282 in Musée de l'Epopée et de l'Industrie Aéronautique, Albert, France May  17, 2014
76421 (MSN 16005/32753) to RAF as Dakota IV KN380 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Feb 25, 1953.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 47621, call sign 
F-RAXC, then F-RBDL for service in French Indo China.  Jul 3, 1954 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
76422 (MSN 16006/32754) by 1954 was PP-VAX of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
Aerea Rio-Grandense
76423 (MSN 16007/32755) to RAF as Dakota IV KN381 Feb 1945.  To Belgian AF as K39
(call sign OT-CWR) Dec 19, 1949, Returned to USAF, then to French AF Sep 1952, perhaps with call sign F-RCAN. 
Became IDF/AF 044/4X-FNV Apr 1967.  From 1970 to 1977 was 4X-DCE as RC-47.  Reregistered 044/RX-FMP in 1996.  To US
civil regiatry as N60154.  Now at Palm Springs Air Museum
76424 (MSN 16008/32756) to RAF as Dakota IV KN382 Mar 1945.  DBR when ran away
following brake failure and struck Dakota KN416 (ex 44-76509) 
Apr 6, 1948, Oakington, UK
76425 (MSN 16009/32757) to RAF as Dakota IV KN383 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 26, 1954.
76426 (MSN 16010/32758) to RAF as Dakota IV KN384 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Aug 14, 1947
76427 (MSN 16011/32759) to RAF as Dakota IV KN385 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Rhodesian AF as 155 Jun 3, 1955.
76428 (MSN 16012/32760) to RAF as Dakota IV KN386 Feb 1945.  
Transferred to Military Aircraft Assistance Group.
Returned to USAF.  converted to VC-47D
76429 (MSN 16013/32761) to RAF as Dakota IV KN387 Mar 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Pakistan AF as H-712,
then to Hunting Aviation as G-ANLI (registered Jan 11, 1954, registration cancelled Feb 19, 1954)
then to Aigle-Azure Extreme-Orient asF-OAPB, then to Air Lingus as EI-AHG, 
then Feb 18, 1964 to Portugal Soc. Acoriana Transportes Aereos (SATA or 
Air Acores) as CS-TAE, then Nov 28, 1975 to N47028.  To Colombia's
LANSA (Lineas Aereas Nacionales S.A.) as HR-LAL, to private user in
Honduras as HR-AMJ, then in 2003 to El Sol de America CA of Maiquetia, 
Venezuela as YV-911C.  Reported still active in 2005.
76430 (MSN 16014/32762) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  converted to TC-47D
76431 (MSN 16015/32763) to RAF as Dakota IV KN388 Mar 1945.  Listed as having
crashed of O-shima Isl, Japan Jul 27, 1950. 25 of 26 onboard killed.
However, RAF record card says that the plane was transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 6, 1954.
76432 (MSN 16016/32764) to Philippine AF
76433 (MSN 16017/32765) 
76434 (MSN 16018/32766)
76435 (MSN 16019/32767)
76436 (MSN 16020/32768) w/o Jan 31, 1946
76437 (MSN 16021/32769) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946.
76438 (MSN 16022/32770) to Uruguayan AF as 515
76439 (MSN 16023/32771) converted to C-47D Aug 1948.  Crashed Jul 28, 1950
76440 (MSN 16024/32772)
76441 (MSN 16025/32773)
76442 (MSN 16026/32774) 
76443 (MSN 16027/32775) crashed Jan 27, 1948 on Cheval Blanc Mountain, southern France.  12 killed.
76444 (MSN 16028/32776) to civil registry as N86446, to Spanish AF as T.3-46.  To civil registry as 
G-BHUD, N2619M.
76445 (MSN 16029/32777) reportedly w/o Oct 4, 1955
76446 (MSN 16030/32778) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to C-47D, then to TC-47D
To PK-JDG with Zamrud Aviation, Indonesia
76447 (MSN 16031/32779) to US civil registry as N86445.  To Spanish AF as T.3-38.  Damaged by electrical failure at
Cabo Bojador, Western Sahara May 15, 1963.
76448 (MSN 16032/32780) reregistered to FAC HC-AUQ.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
76449 (MSN 16033/32781) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
76450 (MSN 16034/32782) to French AF
76451 (MSN 16035/32783) damaged Feb 2, 1948 in taxiing accident at Barksdale AFB, LA.  To MASDC Dec 19, 1969.
76452 (MSN 16036/32784)
76453 (MSN 16037/32785) by 1954 was PP-AVV of Empresa de Transportes
Aerovias Brasil S.A.
76454 (MSN 16038/32786) to MASDC.
76455 (MSN 16039/32787)
76456 (MSN 16040/32788)
76457 (MSN 16041/32789) in 1987 preserved at Military Equipment Museum, Stout Field,
Indianapolis, IN although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Reported fall 2003 at 
Historic Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field, NY
76458 (MSN 16042/32790) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50839.
76459 (MSN 16043/32791) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39096.
76460 (MSN 16044/32792) damaged at Komaki AB, Jaoan Apr 22, 1952.
76461 (MSN 16045/32793) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39097.
76462 (MSN 16046/32794) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39098.  Now on display at Pope AFB, North Carolina.
76463 (MSN 16047/32795) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39099
76464 (MSN 16048/32796) to US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39100
76465 (MSN 16049/32797) to USSR Mar 1945
76466 (MSN 16050/32798) to USSR Mar 1945
76467 (MSN 16051/32799) to USSR Mar 1945
76468 (MSN 16052/32800) to USSR Mar 1945.
76469 (MSN 16053/32801) to USSR Mar 1945
76470 (MSN 16054/32802) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39101.
76471 (MSN 16055/32803) to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Mar 16, 1945.
76472 (MSN 16056/32804) to USSR Mar 1945
76473 (MSN 16057/32805) to USSR Mar 1945
76474 (MSN 16058/32806) to USSR Mar 1945
76475 (MSN 16059/32807) to USSR Apr 1945
76476 (MSN 16060/32808) to USSR Apr 1945
76477 (MSN 16061/32809) to RAF as Dakota IV KN389 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76478 (MSN 16062/32810) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39102
76479 (MSN 16063/32811) to RAF as Dakota IV KN390 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76480 (MSN 16064/32812) to RAF as Dakota IV KN391 Mar 1945.  To Belgian AF Jan 5, 1950 as KP31
then K31 (call sign OT-CNR).  SOC Oct 19, 1971
76481 (MSN 16065/32813) to RAF as Dakota IV KN392 Mar 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950. To RCAF Nov 1951.  Renumbered 12917 in 1970.
To civil registry as CF-BKX.  
76482 (MSN 16066/32814) to RAF as Dakota IV KN393 Mar 1945.  Transferred to Military
Aircraft Assistance Group Feb 16, 1955.  Back to USAF Feb 1956, to Luftwaffe
as GA+I LTG-61, GR+114., 
76483 (MSN 16067/32815) to RAF as Dakota IV KN394 Mar 1945.  SOC Jan 12, 1950.
76484 (MSN 16068/32816) to RAF as Dakota IV KN395 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 22, 1953.
76485 (MSN 16069/32817) to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) 
under Lend-Lease Mar 22, 1945.  Became XT-81, then N8353C.
76486 (MSN 16070/32818) to US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39103. 
76487 (MSN 16071/32819) to RAF as Dakota IV KN396 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76488 (MSN 16072/32820) to RAF as Dakota IV KN397 Mar 1945.  Then registered G-AMSV
May 15, 1952.  At one time was to have become F-BSGV, but NTU.  Noted
Dec 2005 under restoration at Coventry AP, England.  Registration G-AMSV
still current as of Aug 2, 2006 but certificate of airworthiness
expired Aug 13, 2003.  Registration G-AMSV cancelled Feb 6, 2007
on sale to owner in USA.  Redistered Feb 12, 2008 to DC3 Holdings
Inc as N347DK.  Noted still in open storage at Coventry, UK Aug 9, 2008.
76489 (MSN 16073/32821) to RAF as Dakota IV KN398 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Greek AF Mar 27, 1947.
76490 (MSN 16074/32822) to RAF as Dakota IV KN399 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Aug 21, 1947.  To Ste Aeronautique de Transport 
Alpes Provence May 1948 as F-BEIM.  Later to STAEO as F-BEIM.  To
Air VietNam as F-VNBM, reregistere as XV-NID.  W/o Nov 10, 1962
when crashed into mountain 12 mi from DaNang airport.  27 killed.
76491 (MSN 16075/32823) to RAF as Dakota IV KN400 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAF Jul 5, 1948.
76492 (MSN 16076/32824) to RAF as Dakota IV KN401 Mar 1945.  SOC Feb 4, 1948
76493 (MSN 16077/32825) to RAF as Dakota IV KN402 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1959.
By 1955 was VP-KJP of East African Airways, Corp.  To5Y-AAd, then 9J-RGY.  To South African AF
as 6874 (20). Registered N81952 for later turboprop conversion.
Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
76494 (MSN 16078/32826) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76495 (MSN 16079/32827) to RAF as Dakota IV KN403 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Goruop May 27, 1953.
76496 (MSN 16080/32828) to RAF as Dakota IV KN404 Mar 1945.  Sold Jan 11, 1950.
Registered G-ALXK Jan 17, 1950.  Certificate of airworthiness
expired May 21, 1967 and registration cancelled Nov 14, 1969 as
withdrawn from use.  Aircraft parked at Lasham and subsequently
broken up.
76497 (MSN 16081/32829) to RAF as Dakota IV KN405 Mar 1945.  SOC Jul 14, 1950
76498 (MSN 16082/32830) to RAF as Dakota IV KN406 Mar 1945.  Transferred
to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 8, 1953.
76499 (MSN 16083/32831) to RAF as Dakota IV KN407 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jan 29, 1948.  Then to French AF, then to SMCA-Air Maroc May 1948 as F-BEIN.
76500 (MSN 16084/32832) to RAF as Dakota IV KN408 Mar 1945. Transferred to
Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 27, 1953.
76501 (MSN 16085/32833) to RAF as Dakota IV KN409 Mar 1945.  Flew into sea
4 mi W of Irvine, Scotland while descending through cloud during
ferry flight Mar 28, 1945.
76502 (MSN 16086/32834) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To French AF, seeing service in Indochina, 
then to South Vietnamese AF. Returned to USA Oct 19, 1968, assigned to USAFM and stored at
AMARC.  Now on displayh at McChord Air Museum, WA although still nominally on charge of USAFM.
76503 (MSN 16087/32835) to RAF as Dakota IV KN410 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
Military Aircrart Assistance Group Apr 21, 1953.
76504 (MSN 16088/32836) to RAF as Dakota IV KN411 Mar 1945.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
76505 (MSN 16089/32837) to RAF as Dakota IV N412 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF May 7, 1947
76506 (MSN 16090/32838) to RAF as Dakota IV KN413 Mar 1945.  Flew into
high ground after abandoning instrument approach to 
Gardermoen, Norway Dec 18, 1945.
76507 (MSN 16091/32839) to RAF as Dakota IV KN414 Mar 1945.  Crashed 2 mi
WNWof Kai Tak when control was lost after takeoff Sep 25, 1946, Hong Kong.  19 lost.
76508 (MSN 16092/32840) to RAF as Dakota IV KN415 Mar 1945.  To William Dempster
as G-AMSS, to Dan-Air London as G-AMSS, to Air Service Co (Iran)
as EP-AIQ, derelict.
76509 (MSN 16093/32841) to RAF as Dakota IV KN416 Mar 1945.  DBR in ground accident at Oakington, UK
Apr 6, 1948 when struck while parked by Dakota KN382 (44-76424)
76510 (MSN 16094/32842) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76511 (MSN 16095/38243) to RAF as Dakota IV KN417 Mar 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.  Then became CF-GBH,
then RCAF 10916, then N6677, then CF-CTA, then C-FCTA, then N142JR.  Registered
Jun 15, 2006 to TAC Air Services Inc of Gimli MB as CF-FTR.
76512 (MSN 16096/32844) to RAF as Dakota IV KN418 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJQ
of East African Airways Corp.  Registered 5Y-AAE then ZS-OJE
76513 (MSN 16097/32845) to RAF as Dakota IV KN419 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJR
of East African Airways Corp.  Registered to 5X-AAQ to 5Y-BBn and w/o Feb 1992 by Air Kenya
76514 (MSN 16098/32846) to RAF as Dakota IV KN420 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947.  By 1955 was AP-AGG of Pakistan International Airlines
76515 (MSN 16099/32847) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
under Lend-Lease Mar 29, 1945.  Became XT-52, then N8351C.
To civil registry as N4883V
76516 (MSN 16100/32848) to RAF as Dakota IV KN421 Mar 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Jul 17, 1947
76517 (MSN 16101/32849) to RAF as Dakota IV KN422.  Returned to USAAF
Feb 27, 1947.  To Royal Thai AF as L2-8/90.  
In RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
76518 (MSN 16102/32850) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
76519 (MSN 16103/32851) to RAF as Dakota IV KN423 Mar 1945.  Engine caught
fire in flight May 20, 1948.  Landed safely but SOC as DBR.
76520 (MSN 16104/32852) to RAF as Dakota IV KN424 Mar 1945.  DBR Oct 20, 1948 at
Lubeck, West Germany when tipped up while taxying in gusty conditions
76521 (MSN 16105/32853) to RAF as Dakota IV KN425 Mar 1945.  SOC Oct 29, 1948
76522 (MSN 16106/32854) to RAF as Dakota IV KN426 Mar 1945.  Bellylanded on
fire Jan 10, 1948 25 mi NW of Cairo after engine exploded and fell off.
76523 (MSN 16107/32855) to RAF as Dakota IV KN427.  TO RCAF Apr 8, 1946.
Renumbered 12921 in 1970.
76524 delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to EC-47P.  Supplied under MAP in 1972.
44-86371 ... 44-86425
Martin-Omaha B-29-55-MO Superfortress
86371 (98th BG, 345th BS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, North Korea May 7, 1951.
4 survived, one died in POW camp, three released at end of war.
86379 converted to WB-29, named "Big Schmoo" and based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea at Kindley AFB,
Bermuda.
86382 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational
(7th Radar Calibration Squadron) destroyed in post-crash fire Dec 18, 1953 when pilot and copilot
mistook Ogden MAP, Utah for nearby Hill AFB, but down on much shorter runway, overran threshold,
bounced across deep ditch, canal, crossed highway, came to rest in pieces and immediately caught
fire.  One crew killed, 2 injured.
86383 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group.
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army Air Force Base, NM, as operational.
86384 to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
Reported late 1946/early 1947 at Roswell Army AirForce Base, NM, as operational.
86387 (92nd Bg, 326th BS) transferred to 307th BG.  Salvaged
Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
86392 (307th BW, 371st BS) collided in midair with 44-61908 (307th BW, 372nd BS) Feb 1, 1952.  86392 was
able to land safely at Kadena, but all crew of 61908 were killed.  (98th BW, 345th BS) shot down by 
MiGs near Cho-do, North Korea Nov 19, 1952.
86398 and 86402 converted to YB-29J.  both later converted to YKB-29J
86400 (98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951.  Crashed Mar 31, 1952 near village
of Daimon.
86401 To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddleback conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons
86402 used as mothership for X-7/XQ-5 programs.  Reported early 1970s
to be at Aircraft Industries Museum, Louisville, KY
86408 used to collect radioactive samples during
postwar atomic tests..  Now on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah.
86415 (98th BW, 343rd BS) ditched in Sea of Japan after leaflet dropping
mission Sep 19, 1951.

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