USAF Serial Number Search Results


Serial Number Criteria: 52-4931
Description Criteria:
Data last updated: Tue Mar 15 09:25:04 2016
52-4305 ... 52-5163 (EXACT MATCH)
North American F-86F-30-NA Sabre
MSN 191-1/859
4305 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4306 crashedlanded on range 51 Jan 31, 1953, injuring the pilot.
4308 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4310 borrowed by South Africa as 611/F, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4311 borrowed by South Africa as 604/K, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4312 (18th FBG) pilot bailed out over Haeju Peninsula after strike on target Jun 29, 1953. Pilot bailed
out and was rescued.
4313 - lost to enemy action (?)
4313 borrowed by South Africa as 605/C, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4315 borrowed by South Africa as 603/B, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4316 borrowed by South Africa as 606/L, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4319 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA over North Korea Jun 15, 1953.  Pilot ejected and taken POW.
4320 borrowed by South Africa as 607/D, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4321 borrowed by South Africa as 609/E, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4322 (2nd Squadron, SAAF attached to 18th FBG) landing gear failed on landing at K-55 Osan-ni AB, South Korea
May 19, 1953.  Pilot survived but aircraft DBR and w/o.
4323 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed while on bomb run Jun 16, 1953.
4325 (18th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jun 18, 1953.
4326 borrowed by South Africa as 612/O, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4327 borrowed by South Africa as 613/G, suffered compressor failure over South Korea April 21, 1953.  Pilot
ejected and was rescued.
4329 to Yugoslavian AF as JRV 10655.  Ex Greek AF?
4330 converted to RF-86F configuration.
4331 borrowed by South Africa as 615/H, landing gear failed on landing at K-55, Osan-ni AB, South Korea Apr 19, 1953.
Pilot was uninjured, but aircraft was DBR and w/o.
4333 borrowed by South Africa as 610/N, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4335 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) lost in accident near Cho-do May 17, 1953.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
4339 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 10, 1953.
4341 (MSN 191-37) preserved at Kadena AFB, Okinawa, Japan.
4344 borrowed by South Africa as 619/M, w/o May 19, 1953
4344 transferred to Republic of China AF (?)
4346 borrowed by South Africa as 617/I, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4348 borrowed by South Africa as 608/M.  With 12nd Squadron SAAF attached to 18th FBG ran out of fuel over
South Korea while escorting lost pilot Feb 28, 1953.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
4349 (MSN 191-45) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-52/06 in 1963.  SOC Jun 17, 1968
4352 borrowed by South Africa as 601/A, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4354 (18th FBG) crashed on landing May 31, 1953.
4355 borrowed by South Africa as 614/P, w/o Aug 28, 1953
4357 converted to RF-86F configuration
4359 borrowed by South Africa as 618/?, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4361 borrowed by South Africa as 602/J, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4362 (18th FBG) lost in accident May 31, 1953.  Pilot killed.
4367 (8th FBG, 36th FBS, "The Georgia Peach") disappeared while on strafing run Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
4368 borrowed by South Africa (2 SAAF Sq) as 616/Q, caught fire after boming run July 21, 1953, pilot
bailed out.
4373 transferred to Republic of China AF
4377 built as RF-86F at factory
4379 built as RF-86F at factory
4380 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) lost on night mission Jun 15, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
4382 (8th FBG) possibly downed by MiG Apr 16, 1953.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
4384 transferred to Republic of China AF
4385 transferred to Republic of China AF
4386 borrowed by South Africa as 620/?, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4387 (18th FBG) flamed out, pilot ejected Jun 27, 1953.
4388 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4405 transferred to Republic of China AF
4412 borrowed by South Africa as 621/G, then returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4421 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 6, 1953, Pilot bailed out, but MIA
4424 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot ejected safely over friendly
territory.
4428 transferred to Republic of China AF
4441 to Republic of China AF as 6272.  Defected to People's Republic of China.  Noted 1987 in Military Museum of
Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing.  Still there Oct 2010.
4449 transferred to Republic of China AF
4450 (MSN 191-146) converted to QF-86F.  Loaned to US Navy as 524450.
4452 (8th FBG) shot down by AAA near Chorwon Jun 16, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
4455 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 19, 1953.  Pilot POW.
4457 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) shot down by ground fire Jun 30, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
4459 transferred to Republic of China AF
4461 to Republic of China AF as 232
4468 to Philippine AF, noted preserved at Philippine AF Museum, Manila in 1990.
4469 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 20, 1953.  Pilot MIA
4478 to Saudi Arabia
4479 to Saudi Arabia
4482 (MSN 191-178) to Royal Thai AF as KH17-21/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 26, 1972.  On display
at Bangkok Science Museum.
4486 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) failed to pull out of bomb run and crashed Jun 16, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
4488 transferred to Republic of China AF
4491 (8th FBG) shot down by ground fire over North Korea Jul 11, 1953.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
4492 (MSN 191-188) built as RF-86F at factory.  Noted Jul 2005 in restoration
workshop of USAF Museum, OH.
4496 transferred to Republic of China AF
4497 transferred to Saudi Arabia
4499 (RF-86F) on display at USAF Museum.
4500 to Spain as EdA C.5-47 in 1955-56
4502 to Spain as EdA C.5-60 in 1955-56
4503 to Spain as EdA C.5-139 in 1955-56
4513 transferred to Republic of China AF
4518 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) crashed on takeoff from K-14 Jun 3, 1953.
4520 transferred to Republic of China AF
4524 transferred to Republic of China AF
4529 converted to RF-86F configuration.
4531 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1953. Pilot KIA.
4535 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
Research Center Oct 10, 1953 to Sep 13, 1965.
Registered as NASA 228 [perhaps should be NACA 228?]
Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations 
Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research 
Modified with gun sight tracking displays
4539 transferred to Republic of China AF
4542 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7424)
4561 to Spain as EdA C.5-87 in 1955-56
4565 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4566 to Spain as EdA C.5-52 in 1955-56
4569 transferred to Republic of China AF
4570 to Spain as EdA C.5-56 in 1955-56
4571 to Spain as EdA C.5-63in 1955-56
4572 borrowed by South Africa as 622/R, then
returned to USAF -- transferred to Republic of China AF
4579 transferred to Republic of China AF
4570 to Spain in 1955-56
4571 to Spain in 1955-56
4573 on display at Osan AB, Republic of Korea, painted as 51-2910.
4574 (336th Fighter Day Squadron) involved in midair collision with F-84G of 8th FBS
Oct 26, 1956 during mock dogfight off Okinawa.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.  Pilot of
F-84G was killed.
4581 transferred to Republic of China AF
4582 (18th FBG) shot down by ground fire Jun 16, 1953.
4584 (MSN 191-280) flown by Maj. John Glenn (USMC) while an exchange pilot with USAF.  Plane
carried the name "MiG Mad Marine".  Preserved at NAS Fallon, Nevada in May 2006.
4585 to Spain as EdA C.5-57 in 1955-56
4589 transferred to Republic of China AF
4593 to Spain as EdA C.5-147 in 1955-56
4594 (MSN 191-290) to Spain as EdA C.5-58 in 1955-56.  In 2013 was on display in Museo del Aire at Cuatro Vientos, Madrid.
4600 to Spain as EdA C.5-66 in 1955-56
4601 to Spain as EdA C.5-148 in 1955-56
4602 to Spain as EdA C.5-61 in 1955-56
4606 to Spain as EdA C.5-59 in 1955-56
4608 converted to rocket-boosted F-86F(R), fitted with a Rocketdyne AR 2-3 rocket 
engine in the ventral fuselage and two large 200 gal hydrogen peroxide underwing 
tanks, and armed with two GAR-8A (later designated AIM-9B) Sidewinder missiles. 
It was able to climb to 30000 ft in 24 seconds.
The Landings database has this as being on the civil registry as N57963
4612 to Spain as C.5-11 in 1955-56
4614 to Venezuela in 1955
4618 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7403). Preserved at Hofu Air Base in Nov 1992 and still there.
4631 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4634 heavily damaged in crash at LAX Mar 21, 1953.
4642 to Spain as EdA C.5-68 in 1955-56
4644 to Spain as EdA C.5-53 in 1955-56
4646 on display outside American Wings Air Museum, Anoka County Airport, Blain, Minnesota.  Is it still there?
4647 (MSN 191-343) transferred to Korea 1955/56.  At one point, converted to QF-86F and loaned to US Navy as 524647
4649 (33rth FIS) crashed at Alexanderia AFB, LA Aug 6, 1954.  Pilot killed.
4651 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4653 to Spain as EdA C.5-85 in 1955-56
4655 to Spain as EdA C.5-64 in 1955-56
4660 to Venezuela in 1955
4661 to Spain as EdA C.5-140 in 1955-56
4666 (MSN 191-362) to Bolivia as FAB-651.  On US civil registry as N860AG
4668 (MSN 191-364) to Spain as EdA C.5-12 in 1955-56.  W/o May 23, 1956
4669 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4670 to Spain as EdA C.5-88 in 1955-56
4671 (MSN 191-367) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 24671.  Returned to USAF
4672 to Spain as EdA C.5-86 in 1955-56
4677 to Spain as EdA C.5-69 in 1955-56
4678 to Spain as EdA 6.5-51 in 1955-56
4679 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7410)
4680 to Spain as EdA C.5-62 in 1955-56
4682 to Venezuela in 1955
4683 to Spain as EdA C.5-70 in 1955-56.  Preserved at Zaragoza AB Jul 2013
4684 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7404)
4685 to Spain as EdA C.5-72 in 1955-56
4689 to Venezuela in 1955.  On US civil registry as N8630.  To Vintage Flying Museum, Meacham IAP, Fort Worth, TX.
N8630 cancelled Feb 23, 2011.  In storage.
4690 to Venezuela in 1955
4691 (MSN 191-387) to Bolivia as FAB-658
4693 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7422)
4694 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-1/04 in 1961.  SOC Jun 14, 1970.
4698 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4699 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7423)
4705 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7405)
4706 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4708 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7411)
4712 to Spain as EdA 5.5-50 in 1955-56
4713 to Spain as EdA C.5-149 in 1955-56
4716 to Pakistan.  Shot down over Akhnur by Indian Gnat Sep 4, 1965.  Pilot ejected safely
4718 to Spain as EdA C.5-71 in 1955-56
4720 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4722 to Spain as EdA C.5-67 in 1955-56
4724 to Pakistan AF
4725 to Pakistan AF
4726 to Pakistan AF
4731 to Bolivia as FAB-656.  Now with Texas Air Command Museum as N86NA.
4734 (MSN 191-430) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 24734.  Returned to USAF
4736 to Venezuela in 1955
4742 transferred to Japan
4745 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7413)
4749 at Colorado Springs, Co marked as 24978
4750 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4751 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4753 transferred to Korea 1955/56.  Noted May 2003 as gate guard at Osan AB, South Korea, 
painted up as 51-2910.
4755 transferred to Korea 1955/56.  Acquired at unknown date by Oregon Air And Space Museum, Clackamas, Oregon and on display
inside the museum.  Number 12892 painted on tail.
4758 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7401).  Presumably returned from
Japan as an aircraft with this serial was noted Oct 2004 at
Estrella Warbirds Museum, Pasa Robles, CA.  Seen there in Nov 2010.  Apparently has the
rear fuselage from 55-5082.  Seen on display at New England Air Museum, Bradley, Connecticut in May 2009.
4761 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4764 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4770 transferred to Republic of China AF
4773 transferred to Republic of China AF
4780 (4th FIW< 336th FIS) crashed in Korea, 1957.  Pilot killed.
4789 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4791 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4792 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4798 transferred to Argentina.  Acquired in Aug 1987 by USAF Academy at Colorado and displayed there.  Moved in
2006 to Hill Aerospace Museum and restored.  On display inside museum.  Number 12834 painted on tail.
4800 built as RF-86F at factory
4802 transferred to Republic of China AF
4808 built as RF-86F at factory
4821 transferred to Republic of China AF
4822 built as RF-86F at factory.
4823 built as RF-86F at factory.  Transferred to Republic of China AF
4836 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7425)
4837 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4838 to Republic of Korea AF and now on display at Republic of Korea Air Force Museum, Seongmu.
4844 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7426)
4845 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7406).  Noted preserved at Ashiya AB Sep 2000 and still there Oct 2010.
4847 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4849 to Pakistan.  Crashed after flameout on takeoff at Mauripur Sep 7, 1965.  Pilot killed
4852 transferred to Philippines 1955.
4854 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4857 transferred to Republic of China AF
4858 transferred to Republic of China AF, then to Korea.
4863 on display at Chuncheon, South Korea
4864 built as RF-86F at factory.
4874 transferred to Korea and converted to RF-86F
4884 (MSN 191-580) on display in 1976 at Sabre City Mobile Home Park, North Highlands, California
4888 (MSN 191-584) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 24888 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
4890 transferred to Philippines 1955.
4900 transferred to Republic of China AF
4905 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7414)
4907 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4909 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7427)
4912 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4913 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7428).  Noted in summer of 2004
at Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA
4914 transferred to Japan (JASDF 52-7407)
4916 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7415)
4917 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4919 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4920 transferred to Japan
4921 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4922 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4923 transferred to Japna (JASDF 62-7429)
4923 transferred to Korea 1955/56 (?)
4925 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4926 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4931. Plane on display at England Air Park, Alexandria, LA is really a Canadian-built CL-13A Mk 5 serial number 23226
4939 transferred to Japan (JASDF 62-7430)
4940 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4941 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-2/04 in 1961.  Preserved at Korat AFB
4942 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-3/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 27, 1962
4946 transferred to Korea 1955/56
4957 to Royal Thai AF as KH17-4/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1961
4959 (MSN 191-655) to Argentine AF as C-109.  To civilian registry as N86FR.  Seen at Sun n' Fun painted as 53-1201.  
Registered N105BH in 1997.  In 2010 was located at Valiant Air Command
Warbird Museum, Titusville, FL
4960 (MSN 191-656) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-22/04 in 1961.  SOC Jun 26, 1963
4962 (msn 191-658) to Argentine AF as C-111 and preserved at Cordoba Mar 2014.
4964 (MSN 191-660) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-23/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 11, 1962.
4965 (MSN 191-661) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-24/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968.
4970 (MSN 191-666) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-25/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 20, 1972
4972 (MSN 191-668) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-26/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 26, 1972
4973 (MSN 191-669) to Argentine AF as C-122.  On display at Museo Nacional de Aeronautica, Moron, in Aug 2014.
4978 transfered to Argentina. Acquired in August 1987 by The U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado and Displayed There. 
Moved in 2006 to Hill Aerospace Museum, Ogden, Utah and Restored.  On Display Inside Museum. 
Number 12834 Painted on Tail.
4985 (MSN 191-681) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-27/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968
4986 (MSN 191-682) to Argentina Aug 1960.  Now on civilian registry 
as NX188RL, bearing serial number 52-4584, the markings used
by John Glenn when he flew a Sabre during Korean War.
4996 (MSN 191-692) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-28/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 15, 1962.
5000 to Royal Thai AF as KH17-5/04 in 1961.  SOC Apr 10, 1969
5002 (MSN 191-698) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-29/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 3, 1970.
5012 (MSN 191-708) at Planes of Fame as NX186AM.  Looks as if reregistered to NX186SE, 
as an F-86 was noted at Chino Oct 19, 2003 bearing both these identities (52-5012 and NX186SE).
But was seen at Chino Oct 2005 still bearing NX186AM
5013 crashed 18 miles west of Moapa, Nevada Feb 5, 1954
5015 (MSN 191-711) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-30/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
5016 converted to TF-86F two-seat trainer.
Crashed Mar 17, 1954, killing Joe Lynch
5017 (MSN 191-713) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-31/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 16, 1967
5018 (MSN 191-714) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-32/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
5019 (MSN 191-715) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-6/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 1, 1965
5021 (MSN 191-717) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25021 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 717 
5022 to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-7/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 25, 1966.  Preserved at RTAF Academy,
Don Maung.
5026 (MSN 191-722) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25026.  To Pakistan af as 25026
5027 to Republic of China AF as 1233.  To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-33/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1965.
5030 (MSN 191-726) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-34/04 in 1961.  SOC in 1963.
5031 (MSN 191-727) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25031 in 1957/58.  To Pakistan AF as 52031.  Seen preserved at 
Lowwr Popa Pakistan AF College
5032 (MSN 191-728) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-53/06 in 1963.  SOC Jul 14, 1972.
5033 (MSN 191-729) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-8/04 in 1961.  SOC May 26, 1972.
5037 (MSN 191-733) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-9/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 27, 1962.
5038 (MSN 191-734) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-35/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 3, 1970.
5039 (MSN 191-735) had the distinction of being inadvertently flown by a mechanic (a non pilot) and 
was damaged when he landed and rolled into a crash barrier on September 20, 1956.
To Royal Thai AF as Kh17-54/06 in 1963.  SOC Apr 26, 1965.  
5044 (MSN 191-740) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-36/04 in 1961.  SOC May 26, 1972
5047 (MSN 191-743) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-37/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
5049 was last Sabre in USAF operational service.  To MASDC Jul 15, 1966.  Delivered
to North American at Inglewood Oct 17, 1968.  I also have this plane as going to Saudi Arabia
5056 (MSN 191-752) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25056 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 556
5058 (MSN 191-754) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25058 in 1957/58.  MAP to Republic of Korea AF as 25-058
5060 (MSN 191-756) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-10/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 20, 1966.  Preserved 
at RTAF Museum coded as 4322.
5069 (MSN 191-765) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25069 in 1957/58.  On display at Forsvarets Flysamling, Gardermoen, near
Oslo, Norway marked as 25069, code AH-D, "Flying Jokers"
5070 (MSN 191-766) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-11/04 in 1961.  SOC Sep 16, 1964
5072 (MSN 191-768) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-12/04 in 1961.  SOC Feb 22, 1967
5074 (MSN 191-770) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-13/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 1964
5076 (MSN 191-772) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-14/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1965
5079 (MSN 191-775) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-38/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972.  Preserved
at Takhli.
5080 (MSN 191-776) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-39/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 21, 1963
5082 (MSN 191-778) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-40/04 in 1961.  SOC Nov 24, 1965.
5083 to Portugal (FAP 5364) in 1961.  Scrapped at Palhais
5084 to Portugal (FAP 5365) in 1961.  Scrapped at Alverca, Portugal
5085 (MSN 191-781) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-15/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 11, 1972
5093 (MSN 191-789) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-16/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 20, 1966
5095 (MSN 191-791) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-17/04 in 1961.  SOC Jan 2, 1964
5103 (3595th CCTW) crashed on landing Nov 23, 1953 and SOC 2 days later.
5105 (MSN 191-801) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25105 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
5107 (MSN 191-803) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25107.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 555
5109 (MSN 191-805) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF in 1957/58 as 25109.  Returned to USAF
5112 (MSN 191-808) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-18/04 in 1961.  SOC Jul 14, 1972
5116 (MSN 191-812) to Argentine AF as C-119.  To civil registry as N186SR.  To N3145T in 1992.
5124 (MSN 191-820) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25124 in 1957/58.  Returned to USAF
5132 (MSN 191-828) MAP to Royal Norwedian AF as 25132 in 1957/58
5134 (MSN 191-830) to Royal Thai AF as Kh17-19/04 in 1961.  SOC Mar 4, 1968.
5136 (MSN 191-832) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25136 in 1957/58.  MAP to Royal Saudi AF as 550
5139 (MSN 191-835) to Peru in 1955.  Currently registered to Heritage Aircraft Sales 
of Indianapolis, Indiana and flies as NX86F, displaying correct serial
5143 to civil registry as N25143. Now at Kalamazoo Aviation Histpry Museum.
5145 (MSN 191-841) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25145 in 1957/58.  W/o Sep 24, 1962
5150 to Royal Saudi AF
5153 at Kalamazoo, MI Museum marked as 12852.  I have this one as having gone to the
Royal Thai AF as Kh17-20/04 in 1961, then SOC Jul 14, 1972.
5160 (MSN 191-856) MAP to Royal Norwegian AF as 25160 in 1957/58.  Later to Pakistan AF and w/o Sep 13, 1965.  Hit target
debris but also claimed by Indian AAA.  Pilot killed.

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