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Serial Number Criteria: 50-62
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Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
50-051 ... 50-082 (EXACT MATCH)
Boeing B-47B-20-BW Stratojet
MSN 450066/450097.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
051 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Oct 7, 1958
052 redesignated EB-47B Feb 1952, TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47B Apr 1955, and JTB-47B Dec 1955.
Subsequently updated and redesignated TB-47B again.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1960
053 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953, ETB-47B Jul 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Exploded on flight line after failed
takeoff from Westover AFB, Massachusetts Feb 8, 1958.  3 crewmen killed.
054 redesignated EB-47B May 1953, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently
updated and redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1958
055 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  W/o at Dobbins AFB, Georgia Jun 24, 1953.  To MASDC Oct 10, 1958
056 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1958
057 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953	
058 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Sep 4, 1958
059 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953
060 (3520th FTW) damaged during touch and go landing Dec 4, 1952 at Wichita AFB. Aircraft settled back
onto runway, crew felt a jolt, went around, and landed safely.  Right outrigger had struck a
pilot of snow alongside runway, resulting in high drag on wheel and strut.  No injuries.
Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 2, 1960
061 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Oct 7, 1958
062 redesignated TB-47B Jun 19543 and JTB-47B Sep 1957.  Subsequently updated and
redesignated TB-47B again.  Redesignated NTB-47B by Aug 1961.
Was on display at Florence Air and Space Museum since 1965.  Has been moved to the 
Mighty Eighth Heritage Museum, Pooler, Georgia.
063 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  With 3520th CCTW crashed during low-level training flight near Forbes AFB,
Kansas after colliding with B-47E 51-2092.  3 crewmen killed.
064 (3520th Flying Training Wing) left outrigger went off runway into mud Apr 11, 1952.
No injuries.  Converted to TB-47B.  Later used to test B-58 escape capsule as JTB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 1, 1961.
065 (306th BW) crashed near Myakka, Florida Jul 3, 1952, 3 killed.
066 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1956.  To MASDC Mar 29, 1961
067 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1956.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1958
068 (305th BW) damaged when aft landing gear collapsed during landing MacDill AFB
Oct 22, 1952.  Redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Feb 15, 1960.
069 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  Converted to YB-47F refuelled by hose and drogue system.  To MASDC Jan 9, 1958
070 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  W/o in Kansas Apr 15, 1955.  To MASDC Apr 1, 1958
071 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 8, 1958
072 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Aug 26, 1958
073 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1958
074 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1958
075 redesignated TB-47B.  To MASDC Sep 16, 1958
076 (TB-47B, HQ 15th AF) crashed on Mt. Palomar Dec 18, 1957 while on landing
approach to March AFB, CA.
077 redesignated EB-47B Jun 1952, ETB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  To MASDC Sep 5, 1958
078 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 27, 1958
079 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953.  To MASDC Jan 10, 1958
080 redesignated TB-47B Jun 1953 and JTB-47B Dec 1955.  Subsequently updated and 
redesignated TB-47B again
081 exploded in air at 7500 feet and crashed in Marianna, FL Jul 22, 1952.  3 crew killed,
plus 2 civilians on ground killed and three seriously injured.  No evidence
of fire in forward fuselage, center section showed severe fire damage and all
engines seaparated from wing.
082 converted to YB-47C Feb 1953 (originally designated XB-56).  Project terminated
Dec 1954, and aircraft relegated to ground instructional airframe.
50-162 ... 50-171
Fairchild C-119C-18-FA Flying Boxcar
MSN 10480/10489.  Some conversions to C-119G
163 (MSN 10481) crashed in mountains of Spain Feb 8, 1954.  All crew bailed out safely.
165 (MSN 10483) to MASDC May 13, 1966
166 (MSN 10484) to MASDC Jun 11, 1966
167 (MSN 10485) to MASDC Aug 26, 1965
168 (MSN 10486) to MASDC Jul 7, 1966
169 (MSN 10487) to MASDC Sep 18, 1965
170 (MSN 10488) to MASDC Oct 22, 1965
171 (MSN 10489) to MASDC Aug 26, 1965
50-455 ... 50-491
North American F-86D-1-NA Sabre
MSN 165-1/37.  Originally ordered as F-95A
456 converted to JF-86D
457 converted to JF-86D
458 converted to EF-86D, later to TF-86D.  Damaged May 22, 1952 in takeoff accident at Edwards AFB, CA
459 converted to EJF-86D.  Assigned Sacramento Air Materiel Area  (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA
Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 21, 1956 to May 25, 1960
Registered as NACA 204.  Later to TF-86D.  Preserved at Clayton/Fort Jordan Museum, NM
460 converted to TF-86D
461 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Apr 6, 1954 intakeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
462 converted to JF-86D, later to JDF-86D
463 converted to JF-86D
464 converted to EF-86D, redesignated JF-86D Dec 1955
465 converted to TF-86D
466 w/o Sep 18, 1952 in crash 10 mi SE of Tyndall AFB, Florida
467 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Mar 12, 1952 in landing at Los Angeles IAP, CA
470 converted to TF-86D
471 w/o Mar 26, 1955 in engine failure and forced landing 1 mi N of NAF China Lake, CA
472 converted to EF-86D, redesignated JF-86D Dec 1955
473 converted to TF-86D
474 converted to JF-86D.  W/o Nov 15, 1955 Cape Canaveral, Florida
475 converted to TF-86D
476 crashed at Tyndall AFB, FL May 1952 from a flame out on approach.
Pilot survived but was injured.
477 converted to EF-86D, redesignated JF-86D Dec 1955.  Preserved at Wright 
Patterson AFB, OH marked as 23863
478 converted to TF-86D
479 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jul 1, 1953, engine failure at Tyndall AFB, FL
480 used as NF-86D for GE flight test at Edwards AFB for fuel control tests and for
J74-33 development.  Returned to USAF and scrapped at Edwards in 1958
481 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 8, 1953 in ground accident at Tyndall AFB, FL
Damaged Jul 1, 1954 due to structural failure at Tyndall AFB, FL
482 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Feb 23, 1954 in ground collision with 50-490 at Tyndall AFB, FL
483 converted to TF-86D.  
484 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 23, 1952 due to structural failure at Tyndall AFB, FL
Damaged Apr 20, 1953 due to mechanical failure at Tyndall AFB, FL
485 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Nov 12, 1952 due to engine failure and forced landing at atyndall AFB, FL
486 converted to TF-86D
487 converted to TF-86D
488 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Jul 10, 1952 in taxi accident at Eglin AFB, FL
489 converted to TF-86D.  Damaged Oct 29, 1952 in takeoff accident at Webb AFB, TX
490 damaged Oct 20, 1953 in takeoff accident at Tyndall AFB, FL.
Damaged Feb 23, 1954 in ground collision with 50-482 at Tyndall AFB, FL
491 converted to TF-86D
50-554 ... 50-576
North American F-86D-15-NA Sabre
MSN 165-100/122
557 w/o Sep 3, 1953 in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, Florida
559 w/o Feb 24, 1954 in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, Florida
560 in storage at March AFB Museum, CA
50-639 ... 50-689
North American F-86E-5-NA Sabre
MSN 170-61/111
639 (56th FIS, 33rd FIG)
640
641 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) damaged by MiG-15 over Korea and crashlanded Sep 15, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
642
643 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) ingested destroyed MiG-15 debris, pilot ejected over Korea Bay, rescued by SA-16
644 (51st FIG, 25th FIS) developed engine trouble over Korea, unsuccessful bailout Feb 4, 1952, pilot killed.
645 (335th FIS, 4th FIG) damaged by MiG-15s Feb 10, 1952.  W/o Jun 24, 1953.
646 crashed near Stockholm, ME Jun 22, 1951
647 w/o at Otis AFB, Massachusetts Sep 21, 1951.
648 (336th FIS, 4th FIG, then to 35th FW)
649 (25th FIS, 51st FIG) credited with shooting down MiG-15 over Korea Sep 9, 1952.  With 35th FW, w/o in Japan Aug 4, 1954.
650 w/o in Utah Aug 8, 1951
651 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) MIA in Antung area of North Korea, may have been down by MiG-15 Jan 7, 1952.
652 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 May 3, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
653 on display at Hickam AFB, Hawaii
654 (60th FIS) w/o Oct 19, 1952 in crash 4 mi NE of Westfield, Massachusetts after collision with F-86 51-2775.  
Pilot killed.
655 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s over Korea Jan 6, 1952.
656 (60th FIS)
657 (4th FIG) w/o in Japan Aug 21, 1952
658 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) engine flamed out and crashed in Korea, pilot bailed out Aug 28, 1952. 
659
660 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o in accident in Korea Nov 28, 1952
661 w/o at Presque Isle AFB, Maine Oct 20, 1951
662 crashed near Wallaceburg, Canada after collision with F-86 50-638 Sep 25, 1951.
663 w/o in Korea 
664 (51st FIG, 39th FIS) lost over North Korea due to unknown cause Jul 21, 1952.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
665 (51st FIG) lost from unknown cause in bad weather over South Korea Dec 14, 1951.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
666 shot down over Korea Sep 10, 1952.
667 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) engine blew up Sep 15, 1952, pilot bailed out N of Cho-do, Korea, rescued by SA-16.
668 (51st FIG, 16th FIS) mising on weather flight near Chinnampo, Korea Mar 15, 1952.
669 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) damaged by MiG over Yalu, crashlanded at K-14, South Korea Jun 24, 1952.
670 (4th FIG, 335th FIS) crashed in Korea on test flight Mar 14, 1952.
671 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged by MiGs, pilot bailed out over friendly territory Oct 6, 1951.
672 lost to enemy action in Korea, unknown date
673 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by MiG-15 Nov 28, 1951, Sinanju area of North Korea.  Pilot POW.
674 (4th FIG)
675 (334th FIS, 4th FIG) w/o at Kimpo AB, South Korea Jan 28, 1953
676 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) credited with shooting down two MiG-15s over Korea.  Major damage from MiG Apr 2, 1952.
677 (336th FIS, 4th FIG)
678 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiG-15 over Korea, crashlanded Sep 4, 1952.
679 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged by MiG-15s Jan 9, 1952.
680 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed into Pacific Ocean near MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii after takeoff Jun 14, 1956.
Pilot killed.
681 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) damaged by MiG-15s, aborted landing, bailed out, chute did not open Dec 15, 1951.  Pilot killed.
682 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) damaged by MiG-15s, belly-landed on runway Oct 12, 1951.  Also listed as
shot down by MiG Oct 24, 1951.
683 (4th FIG) damaged by MiG-15s, returned to base Dec 4, 1951.  Also listed as shot down by MiGs and pilot
bailed out over Cho-do Jul 4, 1952 but KIA.
684 (4th FIG) damaged during encounter with MiGs, returned to base Dec 4, 1951.
685 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) hit the top of a hill at night 1/4 mile short of runway at Kimpo AB, South Korea
Aug 7, 1952.  Pilot injured but survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
686 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) engine exploded after takeoff 20 mi N of Kimpo AB, South Korea Feb 7, 1952.  Pilot ejected
but seat malfunctioned.  Pilot was injured but survived.
687 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) hit hill and crashed into village 1000 feet short of runway at Kimpo AB, South Korea Jul 2, 1952.
Pilot was injured but survived.
688 (4th FIG, 336th FIS) shot down by AAA over Cho-do, Korea Sep 15, 1952. Pilot KIA.
689 (4th FIG, 334th FIS) shot down by MiG-15s S of Sonchon, Korea May 21, 1952.
50-760 ... 50-774
Northrop F-89C-10-NO Scorpion
763 damaged Jan 29, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
767 damaged Oct 21, 1954 Landing-Torbay A/p, Nfd
768 to MASDC
770 damaged Mar 29, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
50-805 ... 50-876
Lockheed F-94B-1-LO 
MSN 780-7111/7182
805 at China Lake Ranges  ?
808 damaged Mar 14, 1953 Out of fuel & force landing-Turner AFB, GA
809 damaged May 17, 1954 Landing-Goose Bay, Labrador
811 damaged Jul 27, 1952 Engine failure & force landing-O’Hare AFB,IL
812 damaged Jul 11, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
813 (3626 AMS, 3626 AMG) crashed 7 mi N of Grumman Field, NY Jun 15, 1951.
814 damaged Aug 11, 1952 in landing at Tyndall AFB, FL
815 damaged Jul 23, 1952 in landing at Tyndall AFB, FL
816 damaged Apr 9, 1953 Landing-Presque Island AFB,ME
817  damaged Jul 27, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
818 damaged Nov 8, 1952 t/off accident-Tyndall AFB,FL
819 damaged Jul 1, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL 
820 damaged Mar 28, 1954 Landing-Keflavik A/p, Iceland
821 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG) forced-landed in Tyndall ADB, FL Feb 19, 1951.
823 damaged Jun 22, 1953 Mid air-with F-94b 51-5312-Keflavik, Iceland
824  damaged Apr 6, 1953 t/off accident-Hamilton AFB, CA
826  damaged Oct 30, 1952 Mid air (Hit target being towed) Mito Gunnery Range, Japan
827 (339th FAWS, 6162 ABW) w/o in landing accident at Yokota AB, Japan Apr 24, 1951.
831 w/o May 20, 1952 in crash due to engine failure 5 mi N of Mito AB, Japan
832 w/o Jul 2, 1954 in takeoff accident at Suwon AB, South Korea
833 w/o Mar 31, 1954 Chungju, South Korea
839 damaged Jan 30, 1954 Landing-K-13, South Korea
840  damaged Jul 17, 1952 Landing-Scott AFB, IL
845 damaged Jun 11, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
847 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG) w/o at Tyndal AFB, FL Aug 28, 1951.
848 damaged Mar 20, 1952 Structural failure-10 miles E of Tyndall AFB,FL
850 damaged Oct 27, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
851 damaged Nov 29, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
852 w/o Jul 10, 1953 San Pablo Bay, Louisiana
853 t/o Jul 2, 1952 off Tyndall AFB, Florida
854 damaged Jun 2, 1952 Engine failure on t/off-Tyndall AFB,FL
855 (3628 AMS, 3628 AMG)
856 damaged May 25, 1953 t/off accident-Larson AFB,WA
858 w/o Nov 17, 1952 in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, Florida
859 (NY ANG) crashed near Ballston Spa, NY Nov 9, 1957 after left gun bay door opened
in flight.
863 w/o Mar 25, 1954 in landing accident at Keflavik AP, Iceland
864 damaged Oct 10, 1952 Landing-Tyndall AFB,FL
865 damaged Feb 2, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
866 damaged Jun 16, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
867 damaged May 30, 1952 landing Tyndall AFB, FL
869 w/o Jul 25, 1955 in crash due to engine failure 2 mi SE of Johnson AB, Japan
873 (59th FIS, 33rd FIG) crashed 4 mi SE of Sandwich, MA Jul 12, 1951.
50-956 ... 50-1063
Lockheed F-94C-1-LO Starfire
MSN 880-8001/8108
956 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames Research 
Center Jul 29, 1954 to Nov 18, 1958.  Registered as NACA 156.
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
Modified with gun sight tracking displays
957 at Chinal Lake Range
959 may have been modified as DF-94C with Falcon missiles.
963 modified as EF-94C reconnaissance aircraft.
965 operated by Hughes Aircraft equipped with cameras.
967 damaged Feb 5, 1953 Structural failure-Presque Island AFB, ME
969 (3299th Fighter Test Squadron) crashed Jun 21, 1953 while landing at Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS.  Both
crew killed. 
970 at China Lake Range
977 damaged Apr 13, 1954 Structural failure-Moody AFB, GA
978  w/o ?? Aug  5, 1953 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
980 on display at WPAFB Museum, marked as 50-1054.
981  damaged 4 Jun 1953 Engine failure-Tyndall AFB, FL
987 w/o Jan 27, 1953 in midair collision with 50-1004 5 mi NW of Orange, Florida.  50-1004 OK
989 damaged Oct 5, 1953 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
991 damaged Jun 15, 1953 Engine failure-12 miles SE of Panama City, FL
992  damaged Oct 13, 1953 t/off accident-Moody AFB, GA
993 w/o Oct 4, 1954 in takeoff accident at Moody AFB, Georgia
995 damaged Nov 29, 1954 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
996 w/o Jun 8, 1954 in crash 5 mi SW of Du Pont, Georgia
998 damaged Oct 28, 1953 grd fire-Moody AFB, GA
999 w/o Jan 13, 1954 in crash 9 mi SW of Pearson, Georgia
1000 damaged Feb 1, 1954 landing at Moody AFB, GA
1001 damaged Jan 3, 1955 Undershot landing-Craig AFB, IL
1002 damaged May 27, 1953 t/off accident-Tyndall AFB, FL.    Damaged May 12, 1955 Landing-Laughlin AFB, TX
1006 at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado 
1008 damaged Aug 9, 1955 t/off accident-Moody AFB, GA
1009 w/o ?? Nov 15, 1955 Engine failure & force landing-7 miles SSW of Pearson, GA
1010 damaged Mar 5, 1954 Mid air with F-94 50-1058- 2 miles SW of Otis AFB, MA
1011 w/o May 26, 1953 Tyndall AFB, Florida
1012 damaged Jul 10, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
1013 damaged Feb 9, 1954 taxi accident-Moody AFB, GA
1014 damaged Apr 27, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
1015 damaged Jun 4, 1953 in ground fire at Tyndall AFB, FL
1021 damaged Sep 3, 1954 Engine failure on t/off-1 mile N of Moody AFB, GA
1024 damaged Jan 27, 1955 Landing-Moody AFB, GA
1026 w/o Mar 25, 1954 Orleans, Massachusetts
1036 damaged May 9, 1953 Landing-Tyndall AFB, FL
1039  damaged Jul 7, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, MA
1043 w/o Sep 21, 1954 in ground accident at Otis AFB, Massachusetts.
1044 damaged Aug 31, 1953 Landing-Robins AFB, GA
1047 damaged Jun 21, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, MA
1058 damaged Mar 5, 1954 Mid air with F-94 50-1010- 2 miles SW of Otis AFB, MA
1062  w/o Jun 24, 1953 Landing-Otis AFB, Ma-Crew ok & aircraft burnt out
50-1255 ... 50-1268
Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II
MSN 43277/43290.  All converted to C-124C
1255 (MSN 43277) to MASDC Apr 10, 1969
1256 (MSN 43278) to MASDC as CQ092 Jun 21, 1969
1257 (MSN 43279) to MASDC Dec 8, 1969
1258 (MSN 43280) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969
1259 (MSN 43281) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969
1260 (MSN 43282) in midair collision with VC-47D 45-0926 Apr 4, 1952 near Mobile Brookley AB, Alabama.
1261 (MSN 43283) to MASDC Dec 1, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
1262 (MSN 43284) to MASDC May 14, 1969
1263 (MSN 43285) to MASDC as CQ115 Nov 18, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970.
1264 (MSN 43286) to MASDC Dec 8, 1969.  Declared excess Jan 21, 1970
1265 (MSN 43287) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969.  
1266 (MSN 43288) to MASDC May 29, 1969
1267 (MSN 43289) to MASDC Aug 5, 1969
1268 (MSN 43290) to MASDC Jun 10, 1969

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