USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria: 44-6968
Description Criteria:
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
44-6876 ... 44-7000 (EXACT MATCH)
Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-70-DL Fortress
MSN 23099/23223
6877 (483rd BG, 840th BS) lost Apr 20, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13819
6881 delivered Hunter dec 9, 1944, to Dow Field Dec 20, 1944.  Asigned to 463rd BG at Celone Jan 23, 1945.
Salvaged in Germany Nov 6, 1946.
6882 delivered Hunter Dec 28, 1944, to Grenier Jan 20, 1945.  Assigned to 546th BS, 384th BG at Grafton
Underwood Jan 31, 1945.  Transfered with group to Istrews on mapping dutiesl.  Salvaged in Germany
Dec 39, 1945.  Named "Boomerang"
6883 delivered Lincoln Dec 9, 1944, to Dow Field Dec 17, 1944.  Assigned to 381st BG, 535th BS, named *RAFAAF*) 
at Ridgewell Dec 22, 1944.  Lost stabilizer in taxi accident Apr 11, 1945 with 44-8826.  Assigned to BADA HQQ
Burtonwood, in landing accident at Baldonnel Field, Bublin Nov 12, 1945.  Salvaged in Germany Dec 10, 1945.
6897 (96th BG, 339th BS) lost Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12957
6902 (95th BG, 335th BS, "Mason-Dixon Liner")
6904 (447th BG, 749th BS, *Ladies Delight*) returned to USA Jun 4, 1945.
6906 (390th BG, 580th BS) to Kingman AAD, sold for salvage Jul 1, 1946
6907 (351st BG) returned to USA May 1945
6908 (381st bg) retired to Kingman, AZ Dec 1, 1945
6913 (487th BG, 837th BS, 'Queen of Hearts') shot down by Me 262 Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13885
6915 (379th BG, 524th BS) crashed Brussels, Belgium Feb 14, 1945.
6923 (384th BG, 545th BS) crashed in England Apr 6, 1945.
6929 (34th BG, 18th BS, "Evaiden Maiden") returned to USA Jun 24, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 8, 1945.
6934 delivered Hunter Dec 20, 1944.  To Grenier Jan 3, 1945.  To 8th AF Jan 7, 1945.  Collided in midair
with P-51 44-14783 Apr 13, 1945 at RAF Wormington airfield.  Must have been able to land safely. 
Re assigned to Belgian-Dutch coastal patrols Apr 10, 1947.  Reclamation complete Feb 17, 1948. 
6936 delivered Hunter Dec 27, 1944, to Grenier Jan 10, 1945.  Assigned to 8th AF Jan 5, 1945.  
Assigned 2025th LSC, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany Jan 1, 1948.
Assigned to 53rd TCS, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany Apr 1948.
Assigned to 7908th BU, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany Apr 16, 1948
Assigned 7350th ABG, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany Jul 1, 1948
Redesignated VB-17G Oct 13, 1948.  Redesignated B-17G Nov 26, 1948
Assigned to 7160th ABG, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany Nov 16, 1948
Assigned to 7165th CG, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany Dec 28, 1948
Assigned to 60th ABG, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany, Jun 1, 1949
Redesignated TB-17G Sep 1949.  Assigned 85th MG, Erding, West Germany Oct 14, 1949 for storage
Reclaimed Dec 16, 1949
6938 (34th BG, 18th BS, "Little Gizmo") returned to USA Jun 21, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 26, 1945.
6939 (34th BG, 7th BS, "Mizpah") returned to USA Jun 24, 1945.  To RFC at
Kingman, AZ Dec 10, 1945.
6944 delivered Hunter Dec 26, 1944, to Grenier Jan 13, 1945.  Assigned to 551BS, 385 BG at Greater Ashfield
Jan 2, 1945.  Shot down Mar 18, 1945 on mission to Berlin.  MACR 13147.  3 KIA, 6 POW.
6946 (95th BG, 412th BS, "Blood and Guts")
6950 (381st BG, 532nd BS, *Alabama Gal/Melancholy Baby*) retired to Kingman, AZ Nov 17, 1945.
6951 (381st BG, 306th BG) retired to Kingman, AZ Nov 27, 1945.
6952 (351st BG) returned to USA May 1945
6953 delivered Hunter Dec 28, 1944.  To Grenier Jan 6, 1945.  Assigned to 8th AF Jan 12, 1945.  To RFC at
Kingman Nov 25, 9945.  To Alaskan Air Command as VB-17G with tail turret removed and used as cargo/transport
for troops.  Assigned 4415th ABG, Pope AFB, NC  Force landed 2 mi E of Fairbanks, Alaksa Feb 1, 1951.
6961 (457th BG, 748th BS) returned to USA May 22, 1945.
6962 assigned to ATC ACS Apr 30, 1947.  Assigned to 89th B Squadron [ATC], Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany, 
by Jan 1, 1948.  Assigned 5th AACW [MATS], Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany Jun 1, 1948.
Assigned to 1807th AACSW, Wiesbaden [Erbenheim], West Germany Oct 1, 1948.
Assigned to MATS and transferred to Andrews AFB, MD Jun 9, 1949
6970 (457th BG) crashed on continent on mission to Munich Feb 25, 1945.
6975 delivered Hunter Jan 5, 1945.  To Grenier Jan 13, 1945.  Assigned to 535th BS, 381st BG at Ridgewell
Feb 1, 1945.  Modified as hack for CO of 1st CBW.  Transferred to 91st BG at Bassingvbourn
Apr 15, 1945.  Returned to 381st BG at Ridgewell  May 20, 1945 as VIP transport.
(381st BG, 535th BS, "Our Bridget") returned to USA May 20, 1945.  CB-17G
Assigned 4000th BU, Wright Patterson AFB, OH
6977 (457th BG, *Better Do 'Er*) returned to USA Jun 9, 1945.
6981 delivered Lincoln Jan 6, 1945.  To Grenier Jan 25, 1945.  Assigned to 20th BS, 2nd BG at Amendola Jan 31, 1945. 
Salvaged 9th AF in Germany Nov 6, 1946.
6982 delivered Lincoln Jan 5, 1945, to Dow Field Jan 25, 1945.  Assigned to 15th AF Jan 31, 1945.  Returned to
USA 1103 BU at Morrison Oct 16, 1945.  To 593rd BU at Charleston Oct 28, 1945.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945.
6983 delivered Lincoln Jan 6, 1945.  To Dow Field Jan 25, 1945.  Assigned to 20th Bs, 2nd BG at Amendola
Jan 31,1 945.  Salvaged with 9th AF in Germany Jul 17, 1946.
6984 delivered Hunter Jan 6, 1945, to Grenier Jan 15, 1945.  Assigned to 97th BG at Amendola Feb 7, 1945.  Returned
to USA at Morrison Feb 19, 1946.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Feb 23, 1946.
6985 (447th BG, 710th BS, *Jersey Bounce III*) returned to USA Jul 5, 1945,
arrived Kingman, AZ Dec 13, 1945.  Sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946.
6990 (482nd BG) was equipped with AN/APQ-7 Eagle radar for use in trial operational sorties.
7000 delivered Oklahoma City Jan 13, 1945, to Boca Raton Feb 25, 1945, to Nunter Mar 16, 1945, to 
Grenier Mar 24, 1945.  Assigned to 482nd BG at  Alconbury Mar 27,  1945.   Displayed Oct/Nov45 at Schiphol "Victory 
exhibition" as "AW-F".   Salvaged in Germany Nov 6,  1945
44-16703 ... 44-17102
Stinson L-5B Sentinel
16722 (MSN 76-3009) to Italian AF as MM52892 and to civil registry as I-AEFH
16731 to N9094C
16754 (35th FIW, HQ 35th FIG) forced landing in Korea due to engine failure Dec 27, 1952.
16761 with 157th Liaison Squadron, Philippines.
16762 (MSN 76-3049) to Philippine civil registry as PI-C196, RP-C196
16764 (118th LG) lost Aug 18, 1945, Asia
16767 (2nd Air Commando Group) destroyed by tornado Mar 12, 1945 at Kalaikunda airstrip,
Kharagpur, India.
16773 (MSN 76-3060) to PI-C196
16797 (MSN 76-3084) to VT-CCN
16803 (MSN 76-3090) to VT-AYJ, VT-CCM
16809 (MSN 76-3096) to VT-CAU, VP-CAN
16824 (MSN 76-3111) to VT-CCK
16833 (MSN 76-3120) to VT-AYV
16835 fitted with Brodie system
16838 (MSN 76-3125) to VT-AXM
16842 (MSN 76-3129) to VT-CBM
16843 (MSN 76-3130) to VT-AYS
16848 (MSN 76-3135) to VT-CCJ
16850 (MSN 76-3137) to VT-CGT
16854 (MSN 76-3141) to VT-CCP
16857/16866 to USMC as OY-1 02767/02776
16872 (MSN 76-3159) to VT-CAM 
16876 (MSN 76-3163/76-2150) to VT-CFJ, AP-AAW
16882 (MSN 76-3169) to VT-CDT
16890 (MSN 76-3177/76-2178) was VT-CCO before becoming VH-CCO.  Still flying in Australia as VH-CCO
16897 to N6707C Jul 20, 2000
16903 to VT-CPP, AP-AAF
16905 to N58995
16907 (MSN 76-3192/76-2195) at Pima Air and Space Museum
16937 (MSN 76-3930) to Philippine civil registry as PI-C545, RP-C545
16954 (6147th TCG, 6150th TCS) crashed Jul 15, 1951.
16955 with 163rd Liaison Squadron, Okinawa 1945.
16957/16968 to USMC as OY-1 02777/02788
16969 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ448.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.
16970 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ449.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.
16971 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ450.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946
16972 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ451.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
16973 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ452.  SOC Jul 11, 1946
16974 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ453.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
16975 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ454.  Blown over in gale at Mingaladon
Aug 1, 1945, returned to USAAF Nov 14, 1945 as DBR.
16976 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ455.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
16977 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ456.  SOC Nov 1, 1945
16978 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ457.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
16979 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ458.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
16980 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ459.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946
16981 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ460.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
16982 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ461.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
16983 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ462.  To Thai AF as S4-8/90
16984 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ463.  SOC Dec 12, 1946.  To Thai AF as S4-9/90
16985 (MSN 76-3272) to RAF as Sentinel II KJ464.  Returned to
USAAF Dec 31, 1946.  To Thai AF as S4-10/90.  Now in Royal Thai 
AF Museum, Don Muang.
16986 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ465.  Stalled on takeoff and crashed,
Pralawa Apr 18, 1945.
16987 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ466.  SOC May 30, 1946
16988 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ467.  SOC Oct 30, 1946
17003 (163rd Liaison SQ) lost control taking off downwind at Cub Strip #10, Okinawa.
17007 (163rd Liaison Squadron) crashed at Cub field #7, Okinawa 1945 during test to determine the area
necessary to operate liaison aircraft.
17013 (MSN 76-3300) to AP-AEQ
17017 (MSN 76-3304) to VT-CDW
17025 (MSN 76-3312(?)) became VR-HEO, later VH-BEN. In 1997 was stored in Australia.
17033 (MSN 76-3320) to VT-CAA
17035 (MSN 76-3322)
17037 (MSN 76-3324) to VT-CFW
17039 (MSN 76-3326/76-2313)  to VT-CBO, N62084
17053 (MSN 76-3340) to VT-CFC 
17058 (MSN 76-3345) to VT-CBB
17066 (MSN 76-3353) to VT-CCI
17087 to N6709C Sep 6, 1972
17091 to Philippine AF
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.
44-36798 ... 44-37996
Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26C Invader
44-44555 ... 44-47048
Fisher P-75A-1-GC Eagle
Cancelled contract
44-56108 ... 44-59707
Radioplane OQ-3-RP
44-66660 ... 44-67699
Radioplane OQ-3-RP
44-76855 ... 44-77184
Douglas C-47B-35-DK Skytrain
MSN 33187/33516
76860,76869,76874,76884,76895,76900,76909,76919,76924,
76935,76943,76951,76959,76967,76973,76982,76990,76997,
77005,77013,77019,77027,77035 completed as TC-47B-35-DK
76855 (MSN 16439/33187) to RAF as Dakota IV KN567.  SOC Jul 5, 1950.
76856 (c.n 16440/33188) to RAF as Dakota IV KN568.  DBR when swung on
takeoff and undercarriage collapsed, Toungoo Main Jul 5, 1945.
76857 (MSN 16441/33189) to RAF as Dakota IV KN569.  Sold Apr 20, 1953, next VP-TBJ (British West
Indian Airways), chartered to Aden Airways as VR-ABJ, almost
immediately reregistered VR-AAJ, and then returned to
British West Indian Airways and reregistered VP-TBJ, 
next 9Y-TBJ for British West Indian Airlines, next Jun 13, 1967 
registered to Surinaamse Luchtvaart Maatschappij (SLM 
of Surinam) as PZ-TAW. Registration cnx Jun 13, 1970 (another 
source May 1975 when it was broken up.)
76858 (MSN 16442/33190) to RAF as Dakota IV KN570. SOC Jun 5, 1950.
76859 (MSN 16443/33191) to RAF as Dakota IV KN571.  DBR when both engines
failed on approach and undercarriage raised to stop, Bassingbourn
Apr 26, 1946
76862 (MSN 16446/33194) to RAF as Dakota IV KN572.  Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954.  To Lufrtwaffe as 14+07.  Crashed on takeoff at
Landsberg, West Germany Jul 26, 1975.  3 killed.
76864 (MSN 16448/33196) on UK register as G-AMSX with Cambrian Airways, with Guyana Airways Corporation as 8R-GCF
in 1973 and later to VP-LAO in 1974.  to civil registry as N27458.
76867 (MSN 33199) to RAF as KN575 and then to Greek AF as KN575.
76868 (MSN 16452/33200) to VR-HFE.  To HL-07.  To HL-4009
76871 (MSN 16455/33203) to RAF as Dakota IV KN577. Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Oct 14, 1954
76872 (MSN 16456/33204) to RAF as Dakota IV KN578.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76875 (MSN 16459/33207) to RAF as Dakota IV KN579.  Returned to USAAF Sep 17, 1947.
By 1955 was F-BCYM of Air Algerie.
76878 (MSN 16462/33210) to RAF as Dakota IV KN580.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76879 (MSN 16463/33211) to RAF as Dakota IV KN581.  Sold Feb 26, 1952.  
By 1955 was VP-KJS of East African Airways Corp.  Registered to 5X-AAR, VP-YKN, 7Q-YKN, ZS-EYN, converted to
turbo and registered N332RD
76881 (MSN 16465/33213) to RAF as Dakota IV KN582.  Sold Jan 11, 1950,
registered G-ALXM Jan 16, 1950.  Registration cancelled Jul 1, 1960
on sale as PH-MAA
76883 (MSN 16467/33215) to RAF as Dakota IV KN583.  SOC Oct 18, 1948
76884 (MSN 16468/33216) was on display at 101st Airborne Restaurant, Nashville, TN.  This restaurant is now closed.
76885 (MSN 16469/33217) to RAF as Dakota IV KN584.  Missing from Special
Duties mission over Burma Sep 7, 1945.
76887 (MSN 16471/33219) to RAF as Dakota IV KN585.  Crashed 20 mi N of
Bassein, Burma Jul 25, 1946 after port wing failed in bad weather
76888 (MSN 16472/33220) to RAF as Dakota IV KN586.  Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22, 1953.
76889 (MSN 16473/33221) to RAF as Dakota IV KN587.  SOC Jun 22, 1950
76891 (MSN 16475/33223) to RAF as Dakota IV KN588.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
76892 (MSN 16476/33224) to RAF as Dakota IV KN589 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76893 (MSN 16477/33225) to RAF as Dakota IV KN590 May 1945.  Sold Apr 28, 1952.
Had already been registered G-AMSJ Apr 24, 1952.  Carried out trooping
duties using serial XF768. Registration cancelled Nov 23, 1961 on
sale as I-TAVI.  W/o Mar 30, 1963 when hit Monte Vale Rotonote, Italy while operated by Itavia.  11 fatalities.
76894 (MSN 16478/33226) to RAF as Dakota IV KN591 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76895 (MSN 16479/33227) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99839
76896 (MSN 16480/33228) to RAF as KN592 Jun 1945
76897 (MSN 16481/33229) to USSR May 1945
76898 (MSN 16482/33230) to RAF as KN593 Jun 1945.  Crashed in Burma Sep 8, 1945.
76899 (MSN 16483/33231) to USSR May 1945
76900 (MSN 16484/33232) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99840
76901 (MSN 16485/33233) to RAF as KN594 May 1945.  SOC May 30, 1946
76902 (MSN 16486/33234) to USSR May 24, 1945
76903 (MSN 16487/33235) to RAF As KN595 May 1945.
76904 (MSN 16488/33236) to RAF as KN596 May 1945.  By 1955 was F-BAXZ
of Societe Tunisienne de l'Air (Tunis Air).  To TS-AXZ and derelict at Tunis in 1970s.
76905 (MSN 16489/33237) to USSR May 1945
76906 (MSN 16490/33238) to RAF as KN597 May 1945.  To Luftwaffe as GA+1021, later AS+587.
Became N10801.  Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 4) 
and to El Salvador AF as FAES118
76907 (MSN 16491/33239) to RAF as KN598 May 1945.  To Swiftair, Philippines as PI-C488.  To RP-C147.  To RP-C860.
Repaired after damage Jan 14, 1974.  Rebuilt using MSN 19003
76908 (MSN 16492/33240) to USSR May 1945
76909 (MSN 16493/33241) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99841.
76910 (MSN 16494/33242) to RAF as Dakota IV KN599.  SOC May 13, 1950.  
By 1955 was VH-BZC of Ansett Airways Pty.
76911 (MSN 16495/33243) to RAF as Dakota IV KN600.  Returned to USAAF Oct 6, 1948.  To US civil registry as N73857.
To Spanish AF as T.3-53.
76912 (MSN 16496/33244) to RAF as Dakota IV KN601.  To Belgian AF Dec 22,1949 as K40 (callsign
OT-CWS).  Loaned to Belgian Congo Police Force May 1953, returned to BAF.  WFU in 1967
76913 (MSN 16497/33245) to RAF as Dakota IV KN602.  Missing Jun 27, 1945.
Presumably ditched 7 mi SW of Teknaf, Burma
76914 (MSN 16498/33246) to RAF as Dakota IV KN603.  Sold Jul 8, 1948.
Became AP-AFH.
76915 (MSN 16499/33247) to RAF as Dakota IV KN604.  SOC Jul 14, 1950
76916 (MSN 16500/33248) to RAF as Dakota IV KN605 May 1945.  Transferred
to Military Advisory Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.  Converted to Basler BT-67 gunship 
(Basler conversion no 23) and to Colombian AF as FAC 1681.
76917 (MSN 16501/33249) to RAF as Dakota IV KN606.  SOC Feb 12, 1951
76918 (MSN 16502/33250) to RAF as Dakota IV KN607 May 1945.  Transferred
to Military Advistory Assistance Group Jul 13, 1953
76919 (MSN 16503/33251) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99842
76920 (MSN 16504/33252) to RAF as Dakota IV KN608.  Transferred to Military
Advisory Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.
76921 (MSN 15605/33253) to RAF as Dakota IV KN609.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 23, 1947.  To Swedish AF as FV79008, SE-IKL, then N5467Y.
Now N56V registered to A. Erickson of Beaverton, OR.  Also have a reference that
has this plane as going to France as F-BFGC for Aigle-Azur Extreme-Orient, in 1960 to Armee de 
l'Air (France) as #76921, later F-RHRB, then F-RAJH. Scrapped, last with 
Armee de l'Air (France).  Which is correct? N56V supposedly on display at Tilamook, Oregon but MSN 16405/33153
quoted matches 44-76821.
76922 (MSN 16506/33254) to USSR May 1945
76923 (MSN 16507/33255) to RAF as Dakota IV KN610 May 1945.  SOC Oct 19, 1948
76924 (MSN 16508/33256) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99843
76925 (MSN 16509/33257) To RAF as Dakota IV KN611, then to Hunting Aviation as G-ANAS, then 
to Wenela Air Services as ZS-DHY, then to Wenela Rhodesia as VP-YSM, then to
A2-ZEM, then tp Pretoria Air Services of Lanseria, SA as ZS-KIV, then 
to InterOcean Airways C9-ASQ, then back to Pretoria Air Services as ZS-KIV again. Sold 
to Wimbi Dir Airways of the Democratic Republic of Congo as 9Q-CWI January 2003.
W/o Jun 9, 2005 at Kilima Airport in Congo when it ground looped, bounced on
landing tearing off one gear and one engine.
76926 (MSN 16510/33258) to USSR May 1945
76927 (MSN 16511/33259) to RAF as Dakota IV KN612 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
May 27, 1947
76928 (MSN 16512/33260) to RAF as Dakota IV KN613 May 1945.  DBR when bellylanded
Jul 21, 1945 near Toungoo, Burma while lost in bad weather.
76929 (MSN 16513/33261) to RAF as Dakota IV KN614 Jun 1945.  DBR when
swung on takeoff and bellylanded, Kallang Mar 15, 1946
76930 (MSN 16514/33262) to RAF as Dakota IV KN615 Jun 1945.  DBR when
bellylanded 1/2 mile NE of Mingaladon Sep 15, 1946 after both
engines failed.
76931 (MSN 16515/33263) to RAF as Dakota IV KN616 May 1945. Returned
to USAAF Aug 14, 1947
76932 (MSN 16516/33264) to USSR May 1945.
76933 (MSN 16517/33265) to RAF as Dakota IV KN617 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Apr 1, 1948
76934 (MSN 16518/33266) to RAF as Dakota IV KN618 Jun 1945.  SOC Oct 21, 1948.
76935 (MSN 16519/33267) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99844
76936 (MSN 16520/33268) to USSR May 1945
76937 (MSN 16521/33269) to RAF as Dakota IV KN619 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
76938 (MSN 16522/33270) to RAF as Dakota IV KN620 Jun 1945.  To civil registry with Manx Airlines as G-AMZC.
Crashed on ferry flight to Dusseldorf, Germany Dec 22, 1955.  3 crew killed.
76939 (MSN 16523/3327) to USSR Jun 1945
76940 (MSN 16524/33272) to RAF as Dakota IV KN621 Jun 1945. Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76941 (MSN 16525/33273) to RAF as Dakota IV KN622 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Miitary Assistance Advisory Group Apr 5, 1955.
76942 (MSN 16526/33274) to USSR May 1945
76943 (MSN 16527/33275) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99845
76944 (MSN 16528/33276) to RAF as Dakota IV KN623. SOC Jun 5, 1950
76945 (MSN 16529/33277) to RAF as Dakota IV KN624 May 1945.  Sold to Pakistan
AF as H-709 Jul 8, 1948.  Became AP-AFK. By 1954
was YU-ABK of Jugoslovenski Aero-Transport.  W/o Jan 8, 1968 due to engine fire and force landing in Austria.
76946 (MSN 16530/33278) to RAF as Dakota IV KN625 May 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1953.
By 1955 was VP-KJT of East African Airways Corp.  Burned out at Francistown Aug 29, 1963.
76947 (MSN 16531/33279) to RAF as Dakota IV KN626 May 1945. Returned to
USAAF Nov 27, 1947
76948 (MSN 16532/33280) to USSR May 1945
76949 (MSN 16533/33281) to RAF as Dakota IV KN627 May 1945.  SOC Jul 19, 1950
76950 (MSN 16534/33282) to RAF as Dakota IV KN628 May 1945.  Used as Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery's personal
transport.  To Derby Aviation in May 1954 as G-AOGZ.  Became N4849 in 1969, then F-OGDZ
for use in Guadaloupe for tourist flights.  After 10 years, sold to unknown buyer who
may have used the plane for drug smuggling.  In 1983, converted to Basler BT-67 and fitted
with FLIR and machine guns and to Salvadorian AF as FAES118 for drug interdiction missions.
Another story has it after being bought by Derby Aviation in January 1956, it went to
Strathair who in turn leased it out to Cirrus Aviation and Emerald Air (1965-67), 
Acquired 1966 by Hibernian AW, Ireland.   Next after being sold and registered as F-OGDZ 
for Air Antilles first, then as Air Guadelope (Societe Antilleise de Transports Aeriens/SATA), 
it was broken up in Opa Locka, FL.
76951 (MSN 16535/33283) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99846.
76952 (MSN 16536/33284) to USSR May 1945
76953 (MSN 16537/33285) to RAF as Dakota IV KN629 May 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22,1952, later to NEIAF
76954 (MSN 16538/33286) to RAF as Dakota IV KN630 May 1945.  Flew into hill at
Kampong Jenera, Malaya Aug 25, 1950 when flew into ravine while
target marking and unable to climb out.
76955 (MSN 16539/33287) to RAF as Dakota IV KN639 May 1945.  Relegated to
ground instructional airframe with serial 6729M, presumably
subsequently scrapped
76956 (MSN 16540/33288) to USSR May 1945
76957 (MSN 16541/33289) to RAF as Dakota IV KN632 May 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22, 1952.
76958 (MSN 16542/33290) to RAAF as A65-106 (VH-RFW).  Crashed Jul 31, 1961 shortly after takeoff
from Pearce, WA.
76959 (MSN 16543/33291) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99847. 
76960 (MSN 16544/33292) to RAAF as A65-110 (VH-RGY).  Crashed Jan 25, 1946,
Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines.
76961 (MSN 16545/33293) to USSR May 1945
76962 (MSN 16546/33294) to RAAF as A65-103 (VH-RFT).  To civil registry as
VH-EYC.  To Philippine AF 1973.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C535.  Derelict at Nichols AB Nov 1980.
76963 (MSN 16547/33295) to RAAF as A65-104 (VH-RFU).  Damaged beyond repair
by cyclone Dec 25, 1974.
76964 (MSN 16548/33296) to USSR May 1945
76965 (MSN 16549/33297) to RAAF as A65-108 (VH-RGZ).
76966 (MSN 16550/33298) to USSR May 1945  
76967 (MSN 16551/33299) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99848.
76968 (MSN 16552/33300) to RAAF as A65-105 (VH-RFV).  Still flying in Australia as VH-UPQ
76969 (MSN 16553/33301) to RAAF as A65-109 (VH-RGX).  To civilian registry as VH-MMD, P2-MMD.
76970 (MSN 16554/33302) to RAAF as A65-107 (VH-RFX).  Destroyed by fire Dec 12, 1945, Morotai PNG.
76971 (MSN 16555/33303) to RAAF as A65-112 (VH-RFZ).  Crashed Mar 19, 1957, Dntroon.
76972 (MSN 16556/33304) to RAAF as A65-111 (VH-RFY).  Destroyed by fire Apr 10, 1974.
Nose section was on display at Avalon 1999 and 2001.
76973 (MSN 16557/33305) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99849
76974 (MSN 16558/33306) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jun 7, 1945
76975 (MSN 16559/33307) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jul 1945.  At IDF/AF Museum in derelict condition.
76976 (MSN 16560/33308) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jun 1945.
76977 (MSN 16561/33309) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
76978 (MSN 16562/33310) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force).  While deploying from Parnamirin Field to
Asencion Island, crashed 2 mi SW of Natal, Brazil Jun 8, 1945.  All 5 onboard killed.
76979 (MSN 16563/33311) to USSR May 1945
76980 (MSN 16564/33312) to French AF
76981 (MSN 16565/33313) to RNZAF Jun 1945 as NZ3546.  To ZK-AWQ of
New Zealand National Airways by 1955 at least.  Took up Comoro
Islands registration D6-CAG January 1981 as 'cover identity' 
for sale to SAAF, which it joined with serial 6858 later that 
year.
76982 (MSN 16566/33314) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99850
76983 (MSN 16567/33315) to RNZAF as NZ3544
76984 (MSN 16568/33316) to RNZAF as NZ3545.  By 1954 was ZK-AZL "Kuaka"
of New Zealand National Airways
76985 (MSN 16569/33317) to RAF as Dakota IV KN633 May 1945.  Struck trees
and crashed 6 mi E of Rawang, Malaya Nov 12, 1948 during search
and rescue mission.  3 lost
76986 (MSN 16570/33318) to USSR May 1945
76987 (MSN 16571/33319) to RAF as Dakota IV KN634 May 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 16, 1953.
76988 (MSN 16572/33320) to RAF as Dakota IV KN635 Jun 1945. Swung on
takeoff Oct 22, 1946, Membury, UK and struck Dakota KN406 (44-76498)
76989 (MSN 16573/33321) to RAF as Dakota IV KN636 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.
76990 (MSN 16574/33322) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99851.
76991 (MSN 16575/33323) to RAF as Dakota IV KN637.  To Belgian AF Jan 14, 1950
as K32 (call sign OT-CNS), later to NEIAF X-5.  To Soesterberg Military Aviation 
Museum as X-5 in 2011.
76992 (MSN 16576/33324) to USSR Jun 1945
76993 (MSN 16577/33325) to RAF as Dakota IV KN638 Jun 1945.  Sold
Apr 22, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJU of East African Airways Corp.  To CR-AGU to 5Y-AAF.  W/o Aug 27, 1975
in landing at Mtwara, Tanzania.
76994 (MSN 16578/33326) to RAF as Dakota IV KN639 Jun 1945.  SOC Sep 30, 1950
76995 (MSN 16579/33327) to RAF as Dakota IV KN640 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group May 27, 1953.
76996 (MSN 16580/33328) to RAF as Dakota IV KN641 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 12, 1953.  To Spanish AF as T.3-19
76997 (MSN 16581/33329) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99852
76998 (MSN 16582/33330) to USSR Jun 1945.
76999 (MSN 16583/33331) to RAF as KN642 Jun 1945.  To Irefly-London as G-AMSH.
Allocated serials XF648, then XF667 for trooping contracts.  Sold to BKS
Air Transport LTD May 7, 1952 as G-AMSH named "John Alcock".
Used to fly to THF 1959.  Sold Dec 12, 1966 to Brothers Air Service
of Aden, Yemen, registered as VR-ABE.  To Alyemda as 7O-ABE.  WFU
and stored Sana'a, Yemen.  While with BKS Air Transport as G-AMSH
hit tops of trees on approach to Leeds/Bradford and was fitted
with G-AIWD wings.
77000 (MSN 16584/33332) to RAF as Dakota IV KN643 Jun 6, 1945.  Flew into
box valley in company with Dakota KN644 (44-7002) and crashed into
hill near Myitkyina Mar 29, 1946
77001 (MSN 16585/33333) to USSR Jun 1945
77002 (MSN 16586/33334) to RAF as Dakota IV KN644 Jun 1945.  Flew into
box valley in company with Dakota KN643 (44-7000) and crashed into
hill near Myitkyina Mar 29, 1946
77003 (MSN 16587/33335) to RAF as Dakota IV KN645 May 18, 1945.  Fitted out as VIP aircraft and used
for a time by Lord Montgomery and in 1947 by Lord Wavell.  
From 1946 - 49 KN645 was used as the personal aircraft of the British Military Governors of Germany - MRAF Sir Sholto 
Douglas, later Lord Douglas of Kirtleside and subsequently General Sir Brian Robertson later Lord Robertson of Oakridge. 
Duties at this time included weekly Thursday trips to Berlin for Control Commission of Germany meetings.  Made its
last operational sortie Apr 1, 1970, was last Dakota in service with RAF.  Transferred to RAF Museum, 
Cosford May 1, 1974, painted as KG374, which was Ft Lt David Lord's aircraft, who won a posthumous
Victoria Cross over Arnyem in Sep 1944.  Has the ground instructional serial 8355M.
77004 (MSN 16588/33336) to RAF as Dakota IV KN646 May 1945.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
77005 (MSN 16589/33337) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99853.
77006 (MSN 16590/33338) to RAF as Dakota IV KN647 May 1945.  Flew into high
ground near Nairobi, Keyna Jun 21, 1954 while descending through
cloud at night.  7 lost
77007 (MSN 16591/33339)to USSR Jun 1945
77008 (MSN 16592/33340) to RAF as Dakota IV KN648 May 1945.  Sold Jun 8, 1953.
Registered G-AMZZ same day.  Registration cancelled by CAA
May 26, 1971 as WFU.  Noted derelict at Bahrain Oct 1978
77009 (MSN 16593/33341) to RAF as Dakota IV KN649 May 1945.  Caught fire
in air and dove into ground 5 mi S of Dishforth Aug 27, 1957
77010 (MSN 16594/33342) to USSR Jun 1945
77011 (MSN 16595/33343) to RAF as Dakota IV KN650 May 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Apr 24, 1953.
77012 (MSN 16596/33344) to RAF as Dakota IV KN651 May 1945. Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Jun 29, 1955.
77013 (MSN 16597/33345) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99854.
77014 (MSN 16598/33346) to RAF as Dakota IV KN652 May 1945.  Sold Jan 27, 1953.
Registered G-AMYB Jan 29, 1953.  Became SN-AAK, then ST-AAk.
Registration G-AZDF reserved Aug 3, 1971 but NTU.  Reverted to
G-AMYB later same month.  Registration 5N-AJE then reserved
but NTU.  G-AMyb cancelled Jan 4, 1973 on sale as N6CA
77015 (MSN 16599/33347) to USSR Jun 1945
77016 (MSN 16600/33348) to RAF as Dakota IV KN653 May 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Sep 22, 1948.  Converted to RC-47P then to EC-47P.  Lost to enemy action Mar 16, 1968.
77017 (MSN 16601/33349) to RAF as Dakota IV KN654 May 1945.  SOC Jan 26, 1950
77018 (MSN 16602/33350) to USSR Jun 1945
77019 (MSN 16603/33351) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 as BuNo 99855
77020 (MSN 16604/33352) to RAF as Dakota IV KN655. To RCAF Jun 2, 1946 as 1000.  Renumbered 12965 in 1970.
Became C-GGJH, then C-GSCC, then F-GIAZ, then F-GIDK
77021 (MSN 16605/33353) to RAF as Dakota IV KN656 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Oct 27k 1954.  To civil registry as
PH-MOA.  Crashed Jun 3, 1971 at Southend MAP, UK.  Engine failure
after takeoff forced crew to return to Southend.  Struck a railway
embankment on finals and was DBR.  
77022 (MSN 16606/33354) to USSR Jun 1945
77023 (MSN 16607/33355) to RAF as Dakota IV KN657 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 15, 1953
77024 (MSN 16608/33356) to USSR Jun 1945
77025 (MSN 16609/33357) to RAF as Dakota IV KN658 Jun 1945.  SOC Jan 20, 1951
77026 (MSN 16610/33358) to RAF as Dakota IV KN659 Jun 1945.  W/o Jan 24, 1946 with 
No 10 Sqdn after a forced landing near Baroda, India after the
port engine quit.
77027 (MSN 16611/33359) completed as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99856.
77028 (MSN 16612/33360) to RAF as Dakota IV KN660.  Sold to Greek AF
Jan 12, 1950
77030 (MSN 16614/33362) to RAF as Dakota IV KN661.  Transferred to
Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952.
77031 (MSN 16615/33363) to RAF as Dakota IV KN662.  Crashlanded 5 mi W of
Trigno Dec 17, 1946 after engine failure.
77032 (MSN 16616/33364) to RAF as Dakota IV KN663 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
77033 (MSN 16617/33365) to RAF as Dakota IV KN664 Jun 1945.  SOC Jul 28, 1950
77034 (MSN 16618/33366) to USSR Jun 1945.
77035 (MSN 16619/33367) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99857
77036 (MSN 16620/33368) to RAF as Dakota IV KN665, later to RCAF.  To Canadian civilian registry as CF-WGN.  
Cancelled Jun 3, 1993.  To N132AL then N32AL and cancelled Oct 20, 2008
77037 (MSN 16621/33369) to RAF as Dakota IV KN666, later to RCAF.  To Indian AF BJ765 in 1962 as BJ765.
77038 (MSN 16622/33370) to USSR Jun 1945.
77039 (MSN 16623/33371) to RAF as Dakota IV KN667 Jun 1945. SOC Oct 4, 1948
77040 (MSN 16624/33372) to RAF as Dakota IV KN668 Jun 1945.  SOC Jun 7, 1950
77041 (MSN 16625/33373) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN669.  Diverted
to South African AF as 6856, no RAF service
77042 (MSN 16626/33374) to USSR Jun 1945.
77043 (MSN 16627/33375) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN670.  Diverted
to South African AF as 6857, no RAF service.  After SAAFZ service, converted to DC-3C-TP and active as N193RD.
77044 (MSN 16628/33376) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN671.  Diverted to
South African AF as 6858, no RAF service  Crashed near Lyttelton, South Africa Feb 26, 1948 and w/o.
77045 (MSN 16629/33377) to USSR Jun 1945
77046 (MSN 16630/33378) to RAF as Dakota IV KN672.  To Greek AF Jul 23, 1949.
77047 (MSN 16631/33379) to RAF as Dakota IV KN673.  To civil registry as G-AMSN Apr 28, 1952,
and later became N3455, SU-BFZ, EI-BSI, G-AMSN (again) and N3455 (again), 
in that order! Restored as G-AMSN and in 1997 was stored at North 
Weald, England.  Fuselage was acquired in 2004 by Acebell Aviation of Redhill,
England.  Nose is to be restored for a collector, rest of fuselage may be put up
for auction.   Fusselage in USAAF colors as 224319 arrived on Feb 17, 2015 for display at the
Dead Man's Corner Museum, Saint-Come-du-Mont, France
77048 (MSN 16632/33380) to USSR Jun 1945
77049 (MSN 16633/33381) to RAF as Dakota IV KN674.  Returned to USAAF
Jul 9, 1948.  To French AF via MDAP
77050 (MSN 16634/33382) to RAF as Dakota IV KN675.  SOC Mar 16, 1950
77051 (MSN 16635/33383) to USSR Jun 1945
77052 (MSN 16636/33384) to RAF as Dakota IV KN676.  To RCAF Apr 8, 1946 
as KN676, then to Indian AF as BJ766 in 1962.
77053 (MSN 16637/33385) to RAF as Dakota IV KN677.  SOC Jan 18, 1950. 
77054 (MSN 16638/33386) to RAF as Dakota IV KN678 Jun 1945.  W/o with 10 Sqdn RAF
Oct 24, 1945 at Arkonam, India when it swung on takeoff into ditch and caught fire.
77055 (MSN 16639/33387) to USSR Jun 1945
77056 (MSN 16640/33388) to RAF as Dakota IV KN679.  SOC Jul 10, 1950
77057 (MSN 16641/33389) to RAF as Dakota IV KN680.  SOC Jun 2, 1950
77058 (MSN 16642/33390) to RAF as Dakota IV KN681.  Civilianized as G-AMVC.   Carried
out trooping work using termporary RAF serial XF645.  Crashed on Coglin Fell, UK
Oct 17, 1961 while operated by BKS Air Transport.  All four on board killed.
77059 (MSN 16643/33391) to USSR Jun 1945
77060 (MSN 16644/33392) to RAF as Dakota IV KN682 Jun 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMNL but operated
on military charters with temporary trooping serial XF767.  Registration G-AMNL
cancelled Nov 23, 1961.  Later I-TAVO, CX-BDB.
Preserved Museu Aeronautica El Cid, Montevideo, Uruguay.
77061 (MSN 16645/33393) to RAF as Dakota IV KN683 Jun 1945.  Returned
to USAAF Nov 8, 1946.  To Swissair as HB-IRN.  Now in Swiss 
Transport Museum at Lucerne.
77062 (MSN 16646/33394) to RAF as Dakota IV KN684 Jun 1945.  SOC Oct 20, 1948
77063 (MSN 16647/33395) to USSR Jun 1945
77064 (MSN 16648/33396) to RAF as Dakota IV KN685 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
Nov 27, 1947
77065 (MSN 16649/33397) to RAF as Dakota IV KN686 Jun 1945.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
77066 (MSN 16650/33398) to USSR Jun 1945
77067 (MSN 16651/33399) to RAF as Dakota IV KN687 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
77068 (MSN 16652/33400) to RAF as KN688 Jun 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950
77069 (MSN 16653/33401) to RAF as KN689 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Dec 29, 1949 as  K37
(call sign OT-CWP) then to French AF
77070 (MSN 16654/33402) to USSR Jun 1945.
77071 (MSN 16655/33403) to RAF as Dakota IV KN690 Jun 1945.  
To Belgian AF Feb 28, 1950 as K33 (call sign OT-CNT) then back to USAF
77072 (MSN 16656/33404) to RAF as Dakota IV KN691 Jul 1945.  Assigned to 10 Squadron in UK, later to SE Asia.
Returned to UK in 1947 at stored at 22 MU Jan 5, 1948.  Transferred to Royal Hellenic AF Aug 31, 1949
Data plate and RHAF serial "exchanged" with 4349599 at Athens ca 1955.  Stored Jul 1980 at Sedes AB,
Sold for scrap Sep 1991.
77073 (MSN 16657/33405) to USSR Jun 1945
77074 (MSN 16658/33406) to RAF as Dakota IV KN692 Jun 1945. SOC Aug 31, 1949
77075 (MSN 16659/33407) to RAF as Dakota IV KN693 Jun 1945.  SOC Aug 18, 1949
77076 (MSN 16660/33408) to RAF as Dakota IV KN694 Jun 1945.  Sold Oct 10, 1952.
RAF card says that it became G-AMNL but G-AMNL was KN682/44-77060.
77077 (MSN 16661/33409) to USSR Jun 1945
77078 (MSN 16662/33410) to RAF as Dakota IV KN695 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Royal Rhodesian AF as SR153 Sep 7, 1954
77079 (MSN 16663/33411) to RAF as Dakota IV KN696 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952.  Served with Royal Dutch
AF from May 4, 1954 to Jan 24, 1961 as X-17, later recoded ZU-17. Returned to USA.
77080 (MSN 16664/33412) to RAF as Dakota IV KN697 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 9, 1950
77081 (MSN 16665/33413) to USSR Jun 1945
77082 (MSN 16666/33414) To RAF as Dakota IV KN698 Jun 1945.  Crashed Oct 9, 1945 
on night takeoff from El Adem, Libya
77083 (MSN 16667/33415) to RAF as Dakota IV KN699 Jun 1945.  Transferred to Military
Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952
77084 (MSN 16668/33416) to RAF as Dakota IV KN700 Jun 1945.  To G-AMZG for Jersey
Airlines.  Carried out trooping work using temporary RAF serial XF748.
Then Tran Air, then West African, Registration G-AMZG cancelled
Jun 4, 1966 on sale to Flugsyn and registered as TF-AIO.  
W/o when crashed in poor weather near Vestmannaeyjar,
Iceland May 3, 1967.  3 crew killed.
77085 (MSN 16669/33417) to USSR Jun 1945
77086 (MSN 16670/33418) to RAF as Dakota IV KN701 Jun 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952,
registred G-AMRB Mar 8, 1952.  Crashed near Largs Mar 28, 1956
77087 (MSN 16671/33419) to RAF as Dakota IV KP208 Jun 6, 1945. Initially based in Canada at RAF Montreal. 
Assigned 24 Squadron Jan 31, 1946.  Assigned to Transport Command Development Unit [TCDU] Feb 19, 1947.
Assigned 24 Squadron Nov 26, 1947.  Assigned 12MU for storage May 6, 1949.
Assigned HQ Coastal Command Comm Flt Feb 4, 1953.  Assigned CG Comm Flt Apr 18, 1956.
Assigned 22MU for storage Feb 18, 1958.  Assigned RAF Northolt Apr 26, 1962
Assigned Air Adviser, New Delhi, India Aug 11, 1964.  Assigned Air Force Near East May 20, 1966.
Assigned 5MU for storage Sep 1, 1967.  Last operational C-47 Dakota used by the Royal Air Force. Last flight 
May 18, 1970, landing at RAF Odiham, England.   To Airborne Forces Museum, Parachute Regiment, Aldershot Jun 27, 1970. 
Preserved and placed on display as gate guard. The museum closed 2007.
Painted to represent KG374 [42-92568] which flew with 271 Squadron. Flt Lt David Lord was awarded a posthumous 
Victoria Cross [VC] for his actions flying in KG374 during the Battle of Arnhem in The Netherlands.
To RAF St Athan, Wales for wing repairs. To North Weald, England by 2009 for repainting.
To 16 Assault Brigade, Merville Barracks, Colchester, England. Preserved and placed on display as gate guard.
77088 (MSN 16672/33420) to USSR Jun 1945
77089 (MSN 16673/33421) to RAF as Dakota IV KP209 Jun 1945.  SOC May 22, 1953
77090 (MSN 16674/33422) to RAF as Dakota IV KP210 Jun 1945.  SOC Nov 23, 1950
77091 (MSN 16675/33423) to RAF as Dakota IV KP211 Jun 1945.  Registered G-ALVZ
Nov 9, 1949.  To Malayan Airways Ltd as VR-SDD, then reverted
to G-ALVZ.  WFU Apr 18, 1970 and broken up at Bahrein.
77092 (MSN 16676/33424) to USSR Jun 1945
77093 (MSN 16677/33425) to RAF as Dakota IV KP212 Jun 1945.  Returned to
USAAF Feb 4, 1947
77094 (MSN 16678/33426) to RAF as Dakota IV KP213 Jun 1945.  Returned
to USAAF May 27, 1948
77095 (MSN 16679/33427) to USSR Jun 1945
77096 (MSN 16680/33428) to RAF as Dakota IV KP214 Jul 1945.  SOC
Jun 12, 1950
77097 (MSN 16681/33429) to RAF as Dakota IV KP215 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 13, 1954
77098 (MSN 16682/33430) to RAF as Dakota IV KP216 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
RCAF for use as ground instructional airframe with serial A7931.  To Canadair as
CF-DXT, then to Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-ADG, hit a truck when
it was landing in Puerot Deseado, Santo Cruz, AR.  Although
the plane made a goaround and went to Comodoro Rivadavia, AR with
an engine on fire.   Reregistered as LQ-ADG and assigned to
the Provincia de Aeronautica Formosa.  Next, the plane was bought 
in 1962 to replace the old de Havilland Dove doves in service with the 
Prefectura Naval Argentina (PNA) and became PM-15 for the
Servicio de Aviacion.  WFU.
77099 (MSN 16683/33431) to RAF as Dakota IV KP217 Jun 1945.  Transferred
to Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 7, 1954
77100 (MSN 16684/33432) to USSR Jun 1945
77101 (MSN 16685/33433) to RAF as Dakota IV KP218 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Feb 14, 1950 as K35
(call sign OT-CWN) then to French AF then to French Navy 701
77102 (MSN 16686/33434) to RAF as Dakota IV KP219 Jun 1945.  W/o Feb 7, 1946
with 77 Sqdn RAF after an engine failure caused forced landing 
near Dharro Naro, India and aircraft hit bank.
77103 (MSN 16687/33435) to USSR Jun 1945
77104 (MSN 16688/33436) to RAF as Dakota IV KP220 Jun 1945.  Civilianised as G-ANAF Jun 17, 1953
Sold to USA Apr 29, 1987 as N170GP, then reverted to G-ANAF.  Used for
radar trials with Thales with large radome under nose.  Still current
on UK registry as of Jul 9, 2008.
77105 (MSN 16689/33437) to RAF as Dakota IV KP221.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946
as KP221.  Renumbered 12904 in 1970.
77106 (MSN 16690/33438) to RAF as Dakota IV KP222.  DBR when swung on
takeoff and wing struck ground and undercarriage was torn off,
Buckeburg Jan 22, 1947.
77107 (MSN 16691/33439) to USSR Jun 1945
77108 (MSN 16692/33440) to RAF as Dakota IV KP223.  Crashed and destroyed
by fire after striking trees during BABS approach to Gatow Nov 17, 1948
77109 (MSN 16693/33441) to RAF as Dakota IV KP224.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946.
Renumbered 12905 in 1970.  To civil registry as C-GSCB.  Later 
became N346AB.  Currently being restored to airworthy condition.
77110 (MSN 16694/33442) to USSR Jun 1945
77111 (MSN 16695/33443) to RAF as Dakota IV KP225.  Returned to USAAF Apr 24, 1947
77112 (MSN 16696/33444) to RAF as Dakota IV KP226.   Sold Oct 1, 1953, had already
been registered G-ANEG Sep 28, 1953.  G-ANEG cancelled Fer, 1965 on sale to Lebanon.  Returned to
G-ANEG Jul 13, 1966.  Appears to have been many attempts to sell the aircraft, as registrations OD-AEP, 5B-CAY, N26AA, 
9M-AUJ, and N99886 were reserved but NTU.  Registration G-ANEG cancelled Dec 1982.  Aircraft was derelict at Bahrain, still
as G-ANEG in 1982.
77113 (MSN 16697/33445) to RAF as Dakota IV KP227.  To RCAF Apr 11, 1946.  
Renumbered 12906.  Becam N99665, then to civilian market in 
Sweden as 9Q-CUK, then ES-AKE.  Registration 9Q-CUK reserved again
in 2007.
77114 (MSN 16698/33446) to USSR Jun 1945
77115 (MSN 16699/33447) to RAF as Dakota IV KP228.  Sold Jan 12, 1950.
Registered G-ALXO Jan 19, 1950.  Registration cancelled Apr 18, 1950
on sale as EI-AFL.  Crashed into Mt Snowdon Jan 10, 1952.
77116 (MSN 16700/33448) to RAF as Dakota IV KP229 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Feb 28, 1950
as K36 (call sign OT-CWO) then French Navy as 716.  Preserved as 716 in Musee de Tradition de l'Aeronautique Navale
at Rochefort-Soubise
77117 (MSN 16701/33449) to RAF as Dakota IV KP230 Jun 1945.  DBR when overshot landing
and ran into hole, Koepang, Timor Jan 18, 1947
77118 (MSN 16702/33450) to USSR Jun 1945
77119 (MSN 16703/33451) to RAF as Dakota IV KP231 Jun 1945.  Relegated to
ground instructional airframe with serial 6731M Jan 24, 1950.
Presumably subsequently scrapped.
77120 (MSN 16704/33452) to RAAF as A65-121 (VH-RGI).  To Indonesia as P-505 in 1970.
77121 (MSN 16705/33453) to RAAF as A65-116 (VH-RGD).  Crashed Nov 5, 1950, Schofields, NSW.
77122 (MSN 16706/33454) to USSR Jun 1945
77123 (MSN 16707/33455) to RAAF as A65-122 (VH-RGJ) July 1945.  To Papua New Guinea DF
Dec 1980 as non-flying ground instructional airframe.
77124 (MSN 16708/33456) to RAAF as A65-117 (VH-RGE).  To civilian registry as N16894,
then PK-JDA, then PK-EHD. 
77125 (MSN 16709/33457) to RAAF as A65-118 (VH-RGF).  To civilian registry as N16895.
77126 (MSN 16710/33458) to USSR Jun 1945
77127 (MSN 16711/33459) to RAAF as A65-113 (VH-RGA).  Crashed Feb 28, 1952, Botany Bay NSW.
77128 (MSN 16712/33460) to RAAF as A65-114 (VH-RGB).  Crashed after engine failure on
takeoff.  On static display at South Australian Aviation Museum, Port Adelaide.
77129 (MSN 16713/33461) to RAAF as A65-120 (VH-RGH).  Crashed Jun 7, 1954 into sea off Japan.
77130 (MSN 16714/33462) to USSR Jun 1945
77131 (MSN 16715/33463) to RAAF as A65-119 (VH-RGG).  To civilian registry as N16896.
To Laos in 1971.
77132 (MSN 16716/33464) to RAAF as A65-115 (VH-RGC).  Crashed into sea off Darwin, NT Oct 1, 1946. 
77133 (MSN 16717/33465) to USSR Jun 1945
77134 (MSN 16718/33466) to RCAF as Dakota IVM 989.  To Indian AF in 1963 as BJ913.
77135 (MSN 16719/33467) to RCAF as Kakota IVM 990.  Renumbered 12962 in 1970.  To civil registry
as N99663 Aug 1967.  Crashed Oct 30, 1979 in Alaska
77136 (MSN 16720/33468)
77137 (MSN 16721/33469) to USSR Jun 1945
77138 (MSN 16722/33470) w/o Jan 11, 1946 in crash 3 mi SW of San Jose, Philippines
77139 (MSN 16723/33471) w/o Jul 16, 1946 when landed on fire Saishu Isle, South Korea.
77140 (MSN 16724/33472) to USSR Jul 1945
77141 (MSN 16725/33473) to Philippine AF.
77142 (MSN 16726/33474)
77143 (MSN 16727/33475) to NEIAF as DT-949, callsign VH-REC.
77144 (MSN 16728/33476) to USSR Jun 1945
77145 (MSN 16729/33477) to NEIAF as DT-950, callsign VH-RED.  To AURI as T-450
77146 (MSN 16730/33478) to RNZAF as NZ3547 Jul 1945.  By 1954 was
ZK-AZM "Korokoro" of New Zealand National Airways.  To D6-CAD, to SAAF as 6865 (2), to N8190X.
Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
Conveted to DC-3C-TP and active as N8190X
77147 (MSN 16731/33479) to USSR Jun 1945
77148 (MSN 16732/33480) to RNZAF as NZ3548 Jul 1945.  By 1954 was
ZK-AWO of New Zealand National Airways
77149 (MSN 16733/33481) to RNZAF as NZ3550 Jul 1945.
77150 (MSN 16734/33482) to RNZAF NZ3549 Jul 1945
77151 (MSN 16735/33483) to USSR Jun 1945
77152 (MSN 16736/33484) to Cambodia AF Jan 15, 1971. Escaped
to Thailand Apr 1975. To Thai AF as L2-44/18 Nov 14 1975.   WFU Feb 27, 1984 
SOC Feb 27, 1984.  Preserved at Phitsanulok
77153 (MSN 16737/33485) 
77154 (MSN 16738/33486)
77155 (MSN 16739/33487) to Philippine AF
77156 (MSN 16740/33488) w/o Nov 22, 1946 in crash landing Omaha Beach, Tokyo
77157 (MSN 16741/33489) DBR in takeoff accident at Nichols Field, Philippines
May 7, 1946.
77158 (MSN 16742/33490)
77159 (MSN 16743/33491)
77160 (MSN 16744/33492) 
77161 (MSN 16745/33493) to USSR Jul 1945
77162 (MSN 16746/33494) 
77163 (MSN 16747/33495) met with some sort of accident in Philippines
Oct 5, 1945
77164 (MSN 17648/33496) to Ecuadorian AF as 77164/HC-AUT
77165 (MSN 16749/33497) to USSR Jul 1945
77166 (MSN 16750/33498)
77167 (MSN 16751/33499) to Guatemala AF Jun 1969 as 555.  Initially
stored Mar 2002.  Converted to Basler BT-67 with turboprop power (Basler
conversion No. 20) and now with Guatemala AF as TG-FAG-5
77168 (MSN 16752/33500) to USSR Jun 1945
77169 (MSN 16753/33501) to USSR Jul 1945.  By 1954 was ZK-AZN "Kokomuka"
of New Zealand Natinal Airways, so did it go to Russia?
77170 (MSN 16754/33502) to USSR Jul 1945
77171 (MSN 16755/33503) to USSR Jul 1945
77172 (MSN 16756/33504) to USSR Jul 1945
77173 (MSN 16757/33505) to USSR Jul 1945
77174 (MSN 16758/33506) to USSR Jul 1945
77175 (MSN 16759/33507) to USSR Jul 1945
77176 (MSN 16760/33508) to USSR Jul 1945
77177 (MSN 16761/33509) to USSR Jul 1945
77178 (MSN 16762/33510) to USSR Jun 1945
77179 (MSN 16763/33511) to USSR Jul 1945
77180 (MSN 16764/33512) to USSR Jul 1945
77181 (MSN 16765/33513) to USSR Jul 1945
77182 (MSN 16766/33514) to USSR Jul 1945
77183 (MSN 16767/33515) to USSR Jul 1945
77184 (MSN 16768/33515) to USSR Jul 1945.
44-86898 ... 44-87441
Beech C-45F Expeditor
MSN 8157/8700.  Some to Navy as JRB-3/4
86901 (MSN 8160) to Italian AF as MM61671 Apr 1949
86903 (MSN 8162) to Italian AF as MM61670.  W/o Mar 19, 1951.
86904 (MSN 8163) to Italian AF as MM61680.
86905 (MSN 8164) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11529 Jul 23, 1952.
86906 (MSN 8165) remanufactured by Beecn as TC-45G 51-11542 in 1952.
86907 (MSN 8166) to civil registry as N8046H 
86908 (MSN 8167) to civil registry (C.18S) as N6766C
86911 (MSN 8170) to N44585, NC4K, N4F, N4M, N24F
86913 (MSN 8172) to FA Dominica as FAD15 in 1956.
86914 (MSN 8173) to N8041H
86916 (MSN 8175) to N5046N
86917 (MSN 8176) to NC44587, NC19920 with American Airlines for route surveys and pilot training.
To ARAMCO in Saudi Arabia aa N716A
86918 (MSN 8177) to N1531V, N22Q
86920 (MSN 8179) (CAP, Puerto Rico ANG) crashed Nov 17, 1950 at Isla Grande Apt, San Juan, PR due
to engine failure on takeoff.  Minor injuries to crew.
86921 (MSN 8180) to N7380C
86926 (MSN 8185) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10962 in 1954
86927 (MSN 8186) to civil registry (C.18S) as N3001 
(current with Four Way Production Company, Dallas, TX. since 18-Sep-1968)
86929 (MSN 8188) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11494 in 1952.
86933 (MSN 8192) to TG-TAC-63
86934 (MSN 8193) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10921 in 1954
86935 (MSN 8194) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11495 in 1952.
86936 (MSN 8195) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10568 in 1953.
86937 (MSN 8196) as N6767C
86938 (MSN 8197) to civil registry as N6769C 
86939 (MSN 8198) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1424.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To N8126 in 1968.
86940 (MSN 8199) Lend-Lese to RCAF as Expeditor II 1423.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To N6369, N519PA (ntu).
Noted derelict at Hamilton ramp in 1972.
86942 (MSN 8201) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP103
86943 (MSN 8202) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP104
86944 (MSN 8203) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP104
86945 (MSN 8204) to RAF as Expeditor II KN110.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 13, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61672.  Scrapped after 1988.
86946 (MSN 8205) to civil registry as N9729H.  Crashed and destroyed, Waldron, AR May 23, 1999.
86947 (MSN 8206) to RAF as Expeditor II KN111.  Returnedto
USAAF May 30, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61666. W/o Aug 23, 1955
86948 (MSN 8207) to RAF as Expeditor II KN112.  Returned to USAAF
May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61668
86949 (MSN 8208) to RAF as Expeditor II KN113.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 29,1946.  To Italian AF as MM61675.  Seen mounted on
pole at Parco Ditellandia, Castel Volturno, Italy
86950 (MSN 8209) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10790 in 1954.
86951 (MSN 8210) to RAF as Expeditor II KN114.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 13, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61667 Apr 1949.
86952 to RAF as Expeditor II KN115.  SOC Jul 11, 1946
86953 to RAF as Expeditor II KN116.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
86954 (MSN 8213) to RAF as Expeditor II KN117.  Returned to USAAF
May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61674.  W/o Jun 13, 1956
86957 (MSN 8216) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10955 i 1954
86962 (MSN 8221) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10966 in 1954
86963 (MSN 8222) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44588.
86970 (MSN 8229) to NC44586, N445.  Crashed and destryed due to structural failure of right wing in flight
near Anchorage, Alaska May 21, 1966.
86971 (MSN 8230) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10942 in 1954
86974 (MSN 8233) modified as F-2B, redesignated RC-45A.  To Japanese civil registry as JA5035.  Crashed
at Sendai Airport, Japan Sep 14, 1961.
86975 (MSN 8234) remanufactured by Beech as C-45F 52-10963 in 1954
86976 (MSN 8235) to N6788C
86979 (MSN 8238) diverted to civil registry as NC44588 with the Carter Oil Company of Oklahoma in 1945.
86981 (MSN 8240) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11522.
86983 (MSN 8242) to N8065H, next registered in Surinam as PZ-TAN on Jun 1960, later cnx
86984 (MSN 8243) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10582 in 1953
86985 (MSN 8244) to civil registry as N8060H.  To Conner F A Co, Miami Springs, FL. 
since 25-Aug-1966.  Noted in Connor storage area in 1979.
86986 (MSN 8245) to civil registry (C.18S) as N8038H (current with Airfreight, Cornelius, OR. 
since 22-Jan-1974)
86987 (MSN 8246) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP106.  To Italian AF as MM61640 Apr 1949
86988 (MSN 8247) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP107.
86987 (MSN 8248) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KB104
86990 (MSN 8249) to RAF as Expeditor II KN118.  Ran out of fuel and crashed near Mergui, Burma Apr 25, 1946.
86991 (MSN 8250) to RAF as Expeditor II KN119.  Returned to USAAF
May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61716, scrapped in 1980s.
86992 (MSN 8251) to RAF as Expeditor II KN120.  DBR when taxied into sunken
road after brakes failed, Victoria Point, Burma May 16, 1946
86993 (MSN 8252) to RAF as Expeditor II KN121.  Returned to
USAAF Jun 13, 1946.  To civil registry as N79813, 
sold to French AF, returned to N79813, then to SX-EAB, later SX-ADG.  Scrapped at Athens c1982.
86994 (MSN 8253) to RAF as Expeditor II KN122.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.  To VT-CPZ
86995 (MSN 8254) to RAF as Expeditor II KN123.  Returned to 
USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61659 Apr 1949
86996 (MSN 8255) to RAF as Expeditor II KN124.  SOC Apr 24, 1947.  Registered as VT-CPZ Nov 1947 with Dalmia-Jain
Airways.  To French FA at Centre d'Essais en Vol Apr 1954 as 255.  Call sign F-ZJAE.  In accident Oct 12, 1961.
86997 (MSN 8256) to RAF as Expeditor II KN125.  Returned to USAAF
May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61660 Apr 1949
86998 (MSN 8257) modified as F-2B.  To N6773C, YV-P-EPQ, YV-E-FPT, YV-C-BAL, YV-E-GPU, YV-T-VTD, YV-P-GPF
86999 (MSN 8258) to Italian AF as MM61689 May 3, 1949	
87010 (MSN 8269) to N6673C, LV-GGB.  Retired Buenos Aires-Aeroparque
87015 (MSN 8274) to US Navy as JRB-4 44607.
87016 (MSN 8275) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11516.
87017 (MSN 8276) diverted to civil use, to Standard Oil Developement Co, New York as NC44589, later N44589			
87018 (MSN 8277) to civil registry as N6645C
87019 (MSN 8278) to N696C, N36X
87020 (MSN 8279) to Italian AF as MM61719.  Derelict Feb 1978
87021 (MSN 8280) to Italian AF as MM61661
87022 (MSN 8281) modified as F-2B.  Redesignated RC-45A.  To civil registry (C.18S) as N8031H, later N218HC.  Current
in 2014.
87023 (MSN 8282) to Italian AF as MM61661 Apr 1949 
87026 (MSN 8285) to civil registry (C.18S)  as NC60716, N1313G.  Later as N13130 
87028 (MSN 8287) to Italian AF as MM61747 Jul 3, 1949
87030 (MSN 8289) to N8035H
87031 (MSN 8290) to N6660C, ZP-CBI
87032 (MSN 8291) to Italian AF as MM61663 Apr 1949
87034 (MSN 8293) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10576 in 1953
87035 (MSN 8294) to Italian AF as MM61641.  W/o 1970
87037 (MSN 8296) to Italian AF as MM61724.  To Somalia Air Corps.
87041 (MSN 8300) served in Canal Zone.  To N7375C in 1964.
87042 (MSN 8301) to civil registry as N6276C (Delogra Aviation, Ft 
Lauderdale, FL.)
87044 (MSN 8303) to N6789C, CF-PAL.  Fitted with Edo floats.
87045 (MSN 8304) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10958 in 1954.
87049 (MSN 8308) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11903 in 1953
87052 (MSN 8311) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10774 in 1954.
87053 (MSN 8312) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10960 in 1954.
87054 (MSN 8313) to N6674C.  Crashed in forced landing at Nome, Alaska Jan 20, 1959, pilot killed.
87055 (MSN 8314) to Italian AF as MM61642 Mar 1949
87056 (MSN 8315) to Cuban AF Apr 1945 as 213.
87059 (MSN 8318) to civil registry as N2820D, N80224 
87060 (MSN 8319) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10968 in 1954.
87062 (33rd AAFBU) crashed into Mt Diablo near Walnut 
Creek, CA Apr 8, 1946.  2 on board killed.
87063 (MSN 8322) to Italian AF as MM61669 Apr 1949
87065 (MSN 8324) to N7328C
87066 (MSN 8325) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10797 in 1954
87067 (MSN 8326) to N6266C with Utah State Agricultural College, Logan, Utah as instructional airframe.
87068 (MSN 8327) to N8075H, LV-GGC.  Damaged while taxiing at Buenus Aires-Aeroparque Dec 30, 1968. Noted
as wredk in Aeroparque in 1972.
87070 (MSN 8329) to civil registry as N6262C
87075 (MSN 8334) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP109
87076 (MSN 8335) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP110.  Later purchased by Royal Navy and delivered to 781 
Squadron in West Germany for use by Flag Officer Air (Home).  Later to Hal Far, Malta.  SOC Oct 1955
and scrapped.
87077 (MSN 8336) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP111
87078 (MSN 8337) to RAF as Expeditor II KN126.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
87079 (MSN 8338) to RAF as Expeditor II KN127.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61673 Apr 1949
87080 (MSN 8339) to RAF as Expeditor II KN128.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61643.  Stored Jun 1992.
87081 (MSN 8340) to RAF as Expeditor II KN129.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 13, 1946.  To civil registry as F-BECZ, then F-OADV
87082 (MSN 8341) to RAF as Expeditor II KN130.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 13, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61665 Apr 1949
87083 (MSN 8342) to RAF as Expeditor II KN131.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 13, 1946.  To NC386, N386 with CAA, based in Berlin and London.  Retired in London, used for spares.
87084 (MSN 8343) to RAF as Expeditor II KN132.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 17, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61644.  Seen mounted on pole
Parco Ditellandia Aut 9, 2004.
87085 (MSN 8344) to RAF as Expeditor II KN133.  Returned to USAAF in West Germany
May 9, 1946. Then to CAA as NC398 Oct 22, 1947.  Then tothe French AF Centre d'Essais en Vol around 1955 with
serial 085, call sign F-ZJAD.  Stored Toulouse 1985-1988..
87090 (MSN 8349) to US Navy as JRB-4 44612.
87091 (MSN 8350) Lend-Lease to Cuba as FAEC 212.
87096 (MSN 8355) to US Navy as JRB-4 44617
87100 (MSN 8359) Lend-Lease to Chile
87102 (MSN 8361) to TG-O-CIW, N9667H
87103 (MSN 8362) to civil registry as N79848 Jul 15, 1948, to SE-BTS Jun 28, 1951, to HB-GAC in 1952, 
B-8 (Swiss AF in 1952), to HB-GAC again in 1957.  Preserved at Fligermuseum, Dubendorf,
Switzerland
87105 to US Navy as JRB-4 90533
87106 (MSN 8365) to Italian AF as MM61645.  Scrapped
87107 (MSN 8366) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10779 in 1954.
87110 (MSN 8369) to N3964A
87111 (MSN 8370) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10911 in 1954
87114 (MSN 8373) in accident at Sharman AAF, KS.  In 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de Transportes
87115 (MSN 8374) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10791 in 1954.
87116 (MSN 8375) to N5129B, N8034H
87119 (MSN 8378) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10564 in 1953.
87121 (MSN 8380) to N8076H
87122 (MSN 8381) to N6770C, HC-ABU, YV-T-JTD
87123 (MSN 8382) to civil registry as NC4910N, N4910N (current with James E Jackson, Brainerd, MN. 
since 24-Aug-1987)
87124 (MSN 8383) to N8051H
87126 (MSN 8385) to NC44590, CF-KIA
87128 (MSN 8387) to N8062H
87131 (MSN 8390) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10785 in 1954.
87133 (MSN 8392) to civil registry as N7373C
87136 (MSN 8395) to Italian AF as MM61646.  Seen mounted on
pole at Parco Ditellandia Aug 9, 2004.  Park closed, in storage yard at Castel Volturno
87137 (MSN 8396) transferred to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 86295.
87142 (MSN 8401) (4000 AAFBU) bellylanded 2 mi S of Windsor, Ontario, Canada May 19, 1947.
87144 (MSN 8403) Assigned to Headquarters 315th BW, assigned to 501st BG Mar 23, 1946.
Registered Nov 22, 1956 to C. Itoh Aviation as JA5034.
W/o at Chofu Feb 5, 1963 but parts still in existence Apr 1967
87147 (MSN 8406) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10965 in 1954
87148 (MSN 8407) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11521 in 1952.
87149 (MSN 8408) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP112.
87150 (MSN 8409) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP113.  To B-6 (Swiss AF), then HB-GAI  in 1955 (wfu by 1971)
87151 (MSN 8410) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP114
87152 (MSN 8411) to RAF as Expeditor II KN134.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 17, 1946.  To Royal Thai AF as LI-6/90.  In RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
87153 to RAF as Expeditor II KN135.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946.
87154 (MSN 8413) to RAF as Expeditor II KN136.  Returned to USAAF
Oct 17, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61647 Mar 1949.
87155 (MSN 8414) to RAF as Expeditor II KN137.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 27, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61648 Mar 1949
87156 (MSN 8415) to RAF as Expeditor II KN138.  Returned to USAAF
May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61759 Jul 1949
87157 (MSN 8416) to RAF as Expeditor II KN139.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 27, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61649 Apr 1949
87158 (MSN 8417) to RAF as Expeditor II KN140.  Returned to USAAF
Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF As MM61650.  Scrapped Sep 1977.
87159 (MSN 8418) to RAF as Expeditor II KN141.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 18, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61651.  W/o May 2, 1953
Valmontone
87166 (MSN 8425) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44627 May 1945
87167 (MSN 8426) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44628.
87168 (MSN 8427) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44629
87172 (MSN 8431) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44633. 
87175 (MSN 8434) to civil registry as N8039H.  Seen at J. W. Duff Aircraft, Stapleton APT, CO Aug 2007
87177 (MSN 8436) to civil registry (C.18S) as N5813V, later N334G.  Derelict at Delaware Airpark in the 1980s.
87178 (MSN 8437) to N6661C in 1964.
87179 (MSN 8438) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10969 in 1954.
87181 (MSN 8440) to civil registry as NC4758N, N4758N.  With Sheridan Flying Service, Sheridan, OR destroyed by
fire in crash landing, Sheridan, Oregon Jul 17, 1982.
87182 (MSN 8441) to NC44591.
87184 (MSN 8443) modified to CQ-3.  To JA5032 in 1956.  SOC in 1969.
87185 (MSN 8444) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11520.
87186 (MSN 8445) to civil registry as N8052H 
87187 (MSN 8446) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10569 in 1953
87188 (MSN 8447) in 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de Transportes
87189 (MSN 8448) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10781 in 1954.
87190 (MSN 8449) to civil registry (C.18S) as N8037H.  Registration cancelled Aug 20, 2013.  Displayed
at Museum of Mountain Flying, Missoula, MT
87192 (MSN 8451) to N6446C, N6941C, CF-JSH
87193 (MSN 8452) to civil registry (C.18S) as N7389C, N37R 
87194 (MSN 8453) to N6785C
87195 (MSN 8454) modified to CQ-3.  To JA5029 in 1956.  Struck off register in 1965.
87196 (MSN 8455) to civil registry as N8040H (used as a sprayer by Glen Holt, Brookneal, VA. since 
11-Apr-1972)
87197 (MSN 8456) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10970 in 1954.
87199 (MSN 8458) to N8047H
87201 (MSN 8460) to civil registry (C-18S) as N7391C (used as sprayer by Hawkins 
and Powers Aviation, Greybull, WY. since 12-May-1970).   WFU Jun 16, 2009.  Preserved at
Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting, Greybull, Wyoming.
87205 (MSN 8464) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10566 in 1953.
87206 (MSN 8465) to PI-C-52, then F-BESC (w/o)
87208 (MSN 8467) to F-OAOF.  Was PI-C121 and AP-ABU before F-OAOF.  To Air Laos Commerciale as XW-TBC in
Feb 1963 and was cancelled Jul 1963. May have crashed while running opium in Laos sometime in the 1960s.
87209 (MSN 8468) not delivered to USAAF, diverted to civil use.  To Philippines as PI-C80. To Hong Kong as VR-HED.
To UK as G-ALJJ, to Australia as VH-KFD, then VH-CLF.  Burned for fire practice at Alice Springs in 1974.
87210 (6167th ABG) crashed while landing Aug 24, 1952.
87212 (MSN 8471) to civil registry as N7377C.  Was with Sarasota Jet Center, Sarasota, FL. from 25-Jul-2000.
Sold to Patrick Godwin in 2007.
87213 (MSN 8472) to N68785.
87214 (MSN 8473) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11545 in 1952.
87216 (MSN 8475) to civil registry (C.18S) as N4701V.  Destroyed in hangar fire at St John's, Newfoundland Dec 8, 1954.
87217 (MSN 8476) to Philippine civil registry as PI-C457, RP-C457.  Crashed at Mamburao, Mindoro Occidental Dec 1982.
87218 (MSN 8477) remanufactured by Beech as C-45F 52-10944 in 1954
87219 (MSN 8478) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10579 in 1953.
87220 (MSN 8479) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10573 in 1953
87222 (MSN 8481) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11517 in 1952.
87223 (MSN 8482) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11499 in 1952.
87224 (MSN 8483) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11598 in 1952.
87225 (MSN 8484) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10947 in 1954.
87226 (MSN 8485) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10798 in 1954
87228 (MSN 8487) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11514 in 1952.
87232 (MSN 8491) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP115
87233 (MSN 8492) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP116
87234 (MSN 8493) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP117
87235 to RAF as Expeditor II KN142.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
87236 to RAF as Expeditor II KN143.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
87237 (MSN 8496) to RAF as Expeditor II KN144.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 13, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61652 Mar 1949
87238 (MSN 8497) to RAF as Expeditor II KN145.  Returned to USAAF
May 30, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61653 Mar 1949.
87239 to RAF as Expeditor II KN146.  Returned to USaAF May 9, 1946
87240 to RAF as Expeditor II KN147.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
87241 (MSN 8500) to RAF as Expeditor II KN148.  Returned to USAAF
May 9, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61760.  To Somalia Air Corps
87242 (MSN 8501) to RAF as Expeditor II KN149.  Returned to USAAF
Jun 27, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61654.  Scrapped
87247 (MSN 8506) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44638
87259 (MSN 8518) to civil registry (C-18S) as N8030H, N37MS (Marian Air Service).  SOC in 1989.
87261 (MSN 8520) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11537 in 1952.
87262 (MSN 8521) to civil registry as N6046V.
87263 (MSN 8522) to civil registry as N6263C
87264 (MSN 8523) to civil registry as N8042H.  Gear retracted on takeoff at Van Nuys, CA Jan 16, 1967.
87265 (MSN 8524) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10919 in 1954
87266 (MSN 8525) to civil registry as N65537
87267 (MSN 8526) to civil registry as N8067H
87269 (MSN 8528) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10784 in 1954.
87270 (MSN 8529) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10950 in 1954
87271 (MSN 8530) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11750 in 1953.
87272 (MSN 8531) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 51-10581 in 1953
87273 (MSN 8532) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11908 in 1953.
87275 (MSN 8534) to civil registry as N6267C, N6442C
87276 (MSN 8535) to civil registry as N8049H
87277 (MSN 8536) to Italian AF as MM61655 Mar 1949.
87278 (MSN 8537) to Italian AF as MM61656 Mar 1949
87279 (MSN 8538) to Italian AF as MM61657 Feb 1949
87280 (MSN 8539) to Italian AF as MM61658 Mar 1949.
87281 (MSN 8540) to civil registry as N8063H.  Missing on flight from St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Sep 15, 1965.
87282 (MSN 8541) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10570 in 1953
87284 (MSN 8543) to civil registry as N8032H
87288 (MSN 8547) to JA5028.  Crashed Kogoshima Airport, Japan Mar 16, 1964.
87289 (MSN 8548) to civil registry as N6646C
87291 (MSN 8551) in landing accident Sep 16, 1945 at Post Field, OK
87293 (MSN 8552) in landing accident Nov 12, 1946 at Kimpo AAB, Korea.
87294 (MSN 8553) lin landing accident at Nichols Field, Philippines Jun 30, 1946
87295 (MSN 8554) to Philippines as PI-C81, to Hong Kong as VR-HEB.  To France as F-OADA then to Centre d'Essais en 
Vol (French Flight Test Center)
87296 (MSN 8555) to Philippines as PI-C51, to Pakistan as AP-ABX
87297 (MSN 8556) ground looped in takeoff accident Jan 25, 1953.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10796 in 1954.
87300 (MSN 8559) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10789 in 1954.
87305 (MSN 8564) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 66396.
87307 (MSN 8566) to civil registry (C.18S) as N6774C, then N133BF (current with Koscot 
Interplanetary, Orlando, FL. since 23-Apr-1968).  Was on display at SST Aviation Museum, Kissimmee, Florida
since 1979, but museum closed.
87309 (MSN 8568) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11904 in 1953.
87313 (MSN 8572) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 66402.
87314 (MSN 8573) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 66403.
87316 (MSN 8575) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1425
87317 (MSN 8576) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP118
87318 (MSN 8577) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP119.  Remained in USA, returned to USAAF.  To civil registry 
as N8048H
87319 (MSN 8578) to US Navy as JRB-4 44647 Jul 1945
87325 (MSN 8584) to US Navy as JRB-4 44653 Jul 1945
87326 (MSN 8585) to US Navy as JRB-4 44654 Jul 1945.
87345 (MSN 8604) to US Navy as JRB-4 44672 Jul 1945.
87346 (MSN 8605) to US Navy as JRB-4 44673 Jul 1945
87348 (MSN 8607) to US Navy as JRB-4 44675 Jul 1945.
87349 (MSN 8608) to US Navy as JRB-4 44676 Jul 1945
87350 (MSN 8609) to US Navy as JRB-4 44677 Jul 1945
87361 (MSN 8620) to US Navy as JRB-4 66415
87364 (MSN 8623) to CQ-E.  To N8056H, N91KC
87367 (MSN 8626) to Avions Taxis d'Indochine May 1948 as F-BENQ
87374 (MSN 8633) to civil registry (C.18S) as N2731A
87376 (MSN 8635) to civil registry (C.18S) as N6778C, then N47GC (current with Charles E Leonard Jr, Mandeville, LA. 
since 08-Oct-1980)
87377 (MSN 8636) to US Navy as JRB-4 66418.
87384 (MSN 8643) to US Navy as JRB-4 66425.
87388 (MSN 8647) to US Navy as JRB-4 66427
87390 (MSN 8649) to civil registry as N7387C 
87391 (MSN 8650) remanufactured as C-45H 52-10585 in 1953.
87394 (MSN 8653) to US Navy as JRB-4 66431.
87403 (MSN 8662) to US Navy as JRB-4 66440.
87404 (MSN 8663) to US Navy as JRB-4 66441.
87407 (MSN 8666) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP120.  Remained in USA, returned to USAAF.
To civil registry as N8050H
87408 (MSN 8667) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II KP121.
87421 (MSN 8680) to US Navy as JRB-4 66454.
87430 (MSN 8689) to US Navy as JRB-4 66463.
87431 (MSN 8690) to US Navy as JRB-4 66464.
87435 (MSN 8694) to US Navy as JRB-4 44682 Aug 1945.
87439 (MSN 8698) to US Navy as JRB-4 66469
87441 (MSN 8700) last Beech 18 built to WW2 military order.  To US Navy as JRB-4 66471.

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