US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

First Series (A51 to A6001)

Last revised January 16, 2015


A51			Wright Model K Seaplane
A52			Paul Schmitt seaplane
				Accepted and based at Pensacola in Apr 1917. SOC Feb 22, 1918. Used for ground instruction at Philadelphia.
A53			Deutsche Fleugzeug Werke (DFW) Seaplane
				Listed as cancelled on account of war, but may have been delivered for evaluation.
A54/56			Burgess-Dunne Tailless seaplane
				A54 SOC Dec 22, 1917.
				A55 Contract was cancelled but renewed by Jan 1918. Equipment as delivered by contract was SOC on Oct 24, 1918.
				A56 Contract was cancelled but renewed by Jan 1918. Equipment as delivered by contract was SOC on Oct 24, 1918.	
A57/59			Thomas Brothers seaplane
				A57 Based at Pensacola in Feb 1916. SOC Jun 23, 1917.
				A58 Based at Pensacola in Mar 1916. SOC Jun 20, 1917.
				A59 Assigned to USS Huntington in Jun 1917. Later at Gloucester in Mar 1919. SOC Jul 10, 1919.
A60/65			Curtiss N-9
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 5 [Redesignated as Curtiss N-9H if Curtiss OXX-6 engine replaced with the Hispano-Suiza Model A] 
				Later quoted unofficially as N-9C to distinguish Curtiss-built N-9 from the later N-9H
				A60 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1915. SOC Oct 17, 1917
				A61 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1915. SOC Oct 17, 1916.
				A62 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1915. SOC Oct 17,1916.
				A63 Condition was surveyed in Jan 1917. SOC Feb 14, 1917.
				A64 In storage; condition surveyed Jan 1917. SOC Feb 14, 1917.
				A65 In storage; condition surveyed Jan 1917. SOC Feb 14, 1917.
A66/67			Curtiss R-3
				Previously AH-62 and AH-65
				A66 Assigned to USS Seattle in Apr 1917. Later assigned to NAS Bay Shore and NAS Huntington, Long 
					Island, NY. Reported badly damaged in Nov 1917. SOC at Bay Shore Jan 12.1918.
				A67 Based at Pensacola in Jan 1917. From a hard landing, aircraft suffered structural damage to the 
					lower wing and engine mount section in Aug 1913. Local repairs considered. SOC at Pensacola Nov 11, 1918.
A68/69			Martin Model S
				AH-19 was original USN serial.
				A68 Based at Pensacola in Mar 1916. SOC Jun 6, 1916.
				A69 Based at Pensacola in Dec 1916. SOC Jun 23, 1917.
A70/75			Burgess Model S 
				A70 Based at Newport News in Jul 1917. Later assigned to Hampton Roads and USS Seattle. 
					In overhaul at Curtiss shop in Oct 1917. SOC May 1, 1918.
				A71 Based at Pensacola in Sep 1916. Withdrawn from active service for ground instruction use. SOC Aug 23, 1917.
				A72 Based at Pensacola in Oct 1916. Withdrawn from active service for ground instruction use. SOC Aug 4, 1917.
				A73 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Later delivered to MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA) 
					in Oct 1917 in pieces for academic analysis and evaluation. SOC Jan 28, 1919.
				A74 Based at Pensacola in Oct 1916. Withdrawn from use for ground instructions. Deemed obsolete and in poor 
					condition, recommended for strike in Mar 1919. SOC Apr 3, 1919.
				A75 Assigned to USS North Carolina 
A76/81			Sturtevant Model S Seaplane
				A76 Based at Pensacola Aug 1916. Later transferred to Great Lakes for ground instruction use Aug 1917. 
					SOC Apr 11, 1921.
				A77 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Delivered to MIT in pieces for academic use without engine, propeller, 
					or radiator in Jan 1919. SOC Jan 28, 1919.
				A78 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Withdrawn from use for ground instruction. SOC Aug 4, 1917.
				A79 Based at Pensacola in Dec 1916. SOC Aug 20, 1917.
				A80 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Delivered to MIT in pieces in Jan 1919. SOC Jan 28, 1919.
				A81 Based at Pensacola in Jul 1917. Delivered to MIT in pieces in Jan 1919. SOC Jan 28, 1919.
A82			Richardson seaplane
				Based at Pensacola in Jan 1917. SOC May 7, 1918.
A83/84			Washington Navy Yard seaplane
				Contract cancelled.  Some lists have A83/A90 as Curtiss AH-8.
				A83 may have been a previously numbered AH-9 and A84 
				assembled from spares.
A85/90			Curtiss N-9
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corp Model 5.  Redesignated N-9H when Curtiss OXX-6 engine was replaced with
					Hispano-Suiza Model A
				A85 SOC Feb 14, 1917.
				A86 SOC Feb 14, 1917. Loaned to University of Illinois in Apr 1917. Used for instructional purposes at 
					Great Lakes in Jul 1918.
				A87 SOC Feb 14, 1917.
				A88 SOC Feb 14, 1917.
				A89 SOC Feb 14, 1917.
				A90 SOC Feb 14, 1919.
A91			Standard seaplane
				Based at Pensacola in Sep 1916. SOC Aug 23, 1917.
A92			Standard Twin seaplane
				Contract cancelled  SOC Apr 9, 1917.
A93			Curtiss JN-TW
				Based at Newport News in Aug 1916. Later assigned to Pensacola, Aug 1917; Anacostia, Apr 1918; Gloucester, 
					Oct 1918. Surveyed, with strike recommendation in Mar 1919. SOC Apr 3, 1919 at Gloucester.
A94/95			Goodyear 25,000 Cu Ft kite balloon
				A94 Based at Pensacola in Jun 1917. SOC Mar 8, 1918.
				A95 Based at Pensacola in Mar 1918.
A96/125			Curtiss N-9
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corp Model 5.  Redesignated N-9H when Curtiss OXX-6 engine was replaced with
					Hispano-Suiza Model A
				A96 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Wrecked in service, SOC Dec 18, 1916.
				A97 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. SOC Feb 24, 1917.
				A98 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Reported wrecked at Pensacola Jan 13, 1917. SOC Jan 16, 1917.
				A99 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. SOC Nov 11, 1917.
				A100 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Reported wrecked at Pensacola Sep 22, 1917. SOC Oct 12, 1917.
				A101 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. At Miami Aug 1918. Damaged beyond repair from nose dive at 
					100 ft. Pilot slightly injured. Mishap Jun 1918. Surveyed as write-off in Oct 1918. 
					SOC Nov 26, 1918. Total Flying Time: 81 hrs 5 min
				A102 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. SOC Apr 27, 1917.
				A103 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Reported wrecked at Pensacola in Aug 17, 1917. SOC Feb 7, 1918.
				A104 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Aircraft A-104 collided in mid-air with A-125 during a right-hand 
					turn over Pensacola on Jun 19.1918. Pilot was killed instantly. SOC Jul 25, 1918.
				A105 Based in Pensacola in 1917. Converted to a land machine. Bailed to Sperry Gyro Co.in Dec 1917. 
					Reported wrecked at Dahlgren May 29, 1919. SOC Dec 19, 1919.
				A106 Based at Pensacola in 1917. SOC Jun 23, 1917.
				A107 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Converted to a land machine. Bailed to Sperry Gyro Co. Flown 
					and wrecked by Experimental Station, Naval Ordnance, Copiaque, Long Island, NY. SOC Dec 18, 1917.
				A108 Based at Pensacola Nov 1916. SOC May 19, 1917.
				A109 Based at Pensacola Nov 1916. Later wrecked at Miami in Jan 7, 1918. In course of repairs, aircraft 
					surveyed in Apr 1919 and deemed unfit for service. SOC Jun 23, 1919.
				A110 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. SOC Jun 20, 1917.
				A111 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Later assigned to USS Seattle and then bailed to Sperry Gyro Co. 
					Aircraft wrecked beyond repair and surveyed at Dahlgren in Jun 1919, Deemed unfit for service. 
					SOC Dec 19, 1919.
				A112 Assigned to USS Seattle in Nov 1916. SOC Feb 16, 1917.
				A113 Assigned to USS Seattle. Later bailed to Sperry Gyro Co. and based at Dahlgren. SOC May 18, 1921.
				A114 Assigned to USS Seattle in Nov 1916. Wrecked and surveyed Feb 1917. SOC Feb 26, 1917.
				A115 Based on Pensacola in Nov 1916. SOC May 19, 1917.
				A116 Assigned to USS Seattle in Nov 1916. Wrecked and survey in Feb 1917. SOC Feb 26, 1917.
				A117 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Bailed to Sperry Gyro, NY in Jul 1917. At Pensacola Jul 1917. 
					SOC Aug 29, 1917.
				A118 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Bailed to Sperry Gyro Co in Jul 1917. Totally destroyed on Oct 21, 1918. 
					SOC Apr 12, 1917.
				A119 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. Later at Miami Aug 1918. Damaged in side-slip air mishap at 200 ft 
					altitude at Miami in Jan 1919. SOC Apr 11, 1919. Total flying time: 446 hrs 30 min.
				A120 Based at Pensacola in Dec 1916. SOC Feb 26, 1926.
				A121 Based at Pensacola in Dec 1916. Later assigned to Miami in Dec 1918. Aircraft damaged in a side-slip 
					at 100 feet altitude in Dec 1918. SOC Jan 9, 1919. Total flying time: 50 hrs 5 min.
				A122 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. SOC at Pensacola on Aug 23, 1917.
				A123 Based at Pensacola in Dec 1916. Pilot stalled machine turning and skidding at same time before 
					crashing in Pensacola bay on Jun 3, 1918. Pilot error. SOC Jul 5, 1918.
				A124 Based at Pensacola in Dec 1916. Later assigned to Key West in Sep 1918. SOC Jul 25, 1918. 
					Reinstated on Navy list on Nov 23, 1918. Later at Key West, it was deemed as unfit for further 
					service Apr 14, 1919. SOC May 15, 1919. Total flying time: 521 hrs 17 min.
				A125 Based at Pensacola in Nov 1916. A-125 collided in mid-air with A-104 during a right-hand turn over 
					Pensacola on Jun 19.1918. Pilot was killed instantly. SOC Jul 15, 1918.
A126/A127		Maurice Farman seaplane
				A126 Based at Pensacola in May 1917. Transferred to Philadelphia in Oct 1917. At Pensacola for overhaul 
					in Jun 1918. Deemed in poor condition from usage in Nov 1918. SOC Dec 23, 1918.
				A127 cancelled.  Serial may have been reassigned to the dirigible listed next.
A127			Connecticut Aircraft Corp DN-1 dirigible
A128/133		Sturtevant Type S seaplane
				A128 Accepted and assigned to MIT for academic use for rigging demonstrations. Deemed worthless in Jan 1919 
					from countless rigging setups and teardowns by students and recommend disposal. SOC Jan 28, 1919.
				A129 Accepted and assigned to MIT.for academic use. Deemed worthless and recommended disposal in Jan 1919. 
					SOC Jan 28, 1919.
				A130 Accepted and assigned to Hampton Roads in Dec 1917. Later assigned to San Diego in Jan 1918. Later 
					used in ground school in 1918.
				A131 Accepted and assigned to Hampton Roads in Dec 1917. assigned to San Diego in Jan 1918. Aircraft 
					under repairs at Pensacola in Aug 1918 after an engine failure. Returned to San Diego in Sep 1918. 
					SOC Oct 24, 1919.
				A132 Accepted and bailed to Dunwoody Const. Minneapolis, MN. Assigned to Great Lakes in Feb 1919. 
					Transferred to Naval Training Station, Great Lakes in Feb 1924. SOC Mar 15, 1924.
				A133 Accepted in Dec 1918. Assigned to Great Lakes Naval Training Station in Jan 1918. SOC Apr 11, 1921.
A134/136		Thomas-Morse SH-4
				A134 Accepted and assigned to Squantum in Aug 1917. With Naval Training Station, Hampton Roads in Oct 1917. 
				A135 Accepted and assigned to Squantum in Aug 1917. To Hampton Roads in Oct 1917 and Gloucester in Nov 1918. 
					Deemed by NAF Philadelphia in Jan 1919 as uneconomical to repair. SOC Jun 9, 1919.
				A136 Accepted and assigned to Pensacola in Aug 1917. To San Diego in Aug 1917. Relegated to ground 
					instruction use in Jun 1918. SOC Oct 24, 1918.
A137/139		Standard H-4-H 
				A137 Accepted and assigned to Newport News in Jul 1917. To Hampton Roads in Dec 1917. To Gloucester 
					in Dec 1917. Deemed uneconomical to repair in Jan 1919. SOC Jun 9, 1919.
				A138 Accepted and assigned to Hampton Roads in Feb 1918. SOC May 29, 1918.
				A139	Based at Hampton Roads in Feb 1918. To Gloucester in Oct 1918. In Jan 1919, NAF Philadelphia 
					deemed machine redundant. SOC Jun 9, 1919. Sold to W.R. Davies, Oakland. CA on Oct 30, 1919.
A140/141		Thomas Twin Tractor
				Cancelled
A142/144		Aeromarine 700
				Aeromarine Plane and Motor Co Model 700 torpedo seaplane.  
				A142 Accepted and assigned to MIT. To Bay Shore in Aug 1917. Bay Shore report of Mar 23, 1917 
					indicated the aircraft lacked directional stability and uncontrollable on water. Engine bed 
					design allowed excessive strain and movement from vibration. Plane was to be disassembled for 
					spare parts. Plane was surveyed by MIT in Jan 1919, but they deemed the machine as unusable. 
					SOC at Bay Shore on Jan 28, 1919.
				A143 Accepted and assigned to Bay Shore in Aug 1917. Floated spread apart from landing accident, 
					Aug 1917. Parts used to repair A-440. While in overhaul, it was damaged by storm on Nov 6, 1917. 
					SOC at Bay Shore on Nov 7, 1917.
				A144 Accepted and assigned to Pensacola in Sep 1917. Wrecked and deemed unfit for further service 
					in Jan 12, 1918. SOC Feb 26,1918. Note: A-144 was not cancelled.
A145/146		Curtiss F Boat
				Contract cancelled Jan 16, 1917, but quoted as being new, surplus US Navy aircraft sold postwar to civilian owners.
A147/148		Pacific Aero Products C
				MSN 6, 7.  Company name was changed to Boeing Airplane Company May 9, 1917.  The two aircraft were
					assembled in Pensacola, FL to be demonstrated to the Navy Jul 17, 1917.  The first
					example made its first flight Nov 15, 1916.
				A147 based at Pensacola in Jul 1917. To San Diego in Aug 1917. Damaged in accident in Jan 1918 and being 
					rebuilt in Apr 1918. SOC at Pensacola on Jun 4, 1918 and relegated to use for ground instruction.
				A148 based at Pensacola in Jul 1917. Wrecked, Sep 28, 1917.
A149/150		Curtiss S-4
				Floatplane development of Curtiss S series.  Shown in Windsock Vol 18 No 6 (2002).
					Also listed in some databases as a Curtiss JN-1W, a seaplane version of JN-1.
				A149 Based at Miami in Nov 1917. Damaged in landing accident Jan 12, 1918. Pilot came in too fast and 
					traveled on the step when pontoon collapsed, and the plane overturned. SOC at Miami on Jan 31, 1918. 
					Total flying time: 3 hrs 40 min.
				A150 Accepted in Mar 1918. Based at Miami in Apr 1918. Stored at Gloucester in Jun 1918. SOC Aug 6, 1919.
A151			Goodyear 25,000 cu. ft. kite balloon
				A151 Based at Pensacola in Dec 1916. With USS Nevada in Feb 1917. At Supply Office, NY in Jun 1817. 
					with USS Seattle in Jul 1917. To Pensacola in Oct 1917. Due to high gas leakage rate of old 
					fabric and that balloons are obsolete, survey board met in Aug 1918 and recommended disposal. 
					SOC Oct 24, 1918.
A152			Curtiss H-12
				A152 Based at Pensacola in Mar 1917. Suffered damaged in Jan 1918. SOC Feb 9, 1918.
A153/154		NAS Pensacola seaplane - 154 cancelled
				A-153	NAS Pensacola seaplane. Based at Pensacola Aug 1917. In overhaul at Pensacola in Nov 1917. SOC Feb 9, 1918.
A155/156		Burgess HT-B
				A155 based at Squantum in Sep 1917. Wrecked at Squantum in Oct 1917. Considered beyond repair. 
					SOC Nov 15, 1917.
				A156 assigned to MIT in Jan 1919, but sent in uncompleted condition. SOC Jan 28, 1919.
A157/159		Curtiss JN-4B
				A157 Assigned to Marine Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia I May 1917. Wrecked in Jul 1917. At NAF 
					Philadelphia in Jan 1918 for repairs. In salvage office, Miami in May 1919. SOC at Miami on May 20, 1918.
				A158 Assigned to Marine Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia in May 1917. Wrecked, at Miami in Sep 1917.
				A159 Assigned to Marine Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia in May 1917. In wrecked condition at Salvage Office, 
					Miami in Mar 1918. SOC at Miami on Nov 26 Nov 1918.
A160/161		Goodyear 25,000 cu. ft. kite balloon
				A160 Assigned to Marine Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia in May 1917. To Rockaway, LI in Dec 1917. SOC Jul 7, 1920.
				A161 Assigned to Marine Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia in May 1917.
A162/197		Curtiss R-6
				A162 Based at Pensacola in Jun 1917. Assigned to USS Huntington in Jul 1917. Damaged by gunfire in Aug 1917. 
					To Bay Shore in Aug 1917. SOC at Bay Shore Nov 7, 1918.
				A163 Based in Pensacola in Jun 1917. Assigned to USS Huntington in Jul 1917. Damaged by gunfire in Aug 1917. 
					To Bay Shore in Aug 1917. SOC at Bay Shore Nov 7, 1918.
				A164 Based at Pensacola Jun 1917. Assigned to USS Huntington in Jul 1918. Surveyed at Rockway in Nov 1917. 
					SOC at Rockaway on Nov 14, 1917.
				A165 Based at Pensacola in Jun 1917. Assigned to USS Huntington in Jul 1917. In overhaul at Rockaway 
					in Nov 1917. Surveyed and found to be in severe deteriorated condition, recommended to strike. 
					SOC at Rockway on Aug 5, 1918.
				A166 Sold to US Army on Jul 1, 1917.
				A167 Sold to US Army on Jul 1, 1917.
				A168 With USS North Carolina in Jun 1917. To Cape May in Nov 1917. Damaged beyond repair during landing 
					accident on Nov 14, 1917. In Shop, Philadelphia in Jan 1918. Repaired at Pensacola in Jun 1918. 
					To Gloucester in Sep 1918. Overhauled at NAF Philadelphia in Aug 1919. To Pensacola in Mar 1920. 
					Condition surveyed in Jun 1926 as old, deteriorated, and aircraft obsolete, recommended to strike. 
					SOC at Pensacola on Jul 24, 1926. Total flying time: 276 hrs 35 min.
				A169 Based at Newport News in Jun 1917. To Hampton Roads in Sep 1917. Deemed unfit for service in Jun 1918. 
					SOC at Hampton Roads on Nov 26, 1918.
				A170 Based at Newport News in Jun 1917. To Hampton Roads in Sep 1917. Wrecked on Mar 12, 1918. SOC at 
					Hampton Roads on May 18, 1918.
				A171 Based at Newport News in Jul 1917. Wrecked at Hampton Roads in Oct 1917. SOC at Hampton Roads on Nov 15, 1917.
				A172 Based at Pensacola in Jul 1917. To Gloucester in Jun 1919; NAF Philadelphia in Jan 1920; San Diego 
					in Mar 19120. In deteriorated condition at San Diego in Sep 1922. SOC at San Diego on Nov 24, 1922.
				A173 Based at Pensacola in Jul 1917. Damage pontoon keel noted in Aug 1918. Further inspection in Nov 1918 
					noted deteriorated condition throughout. SOC at Pensacola on Dec 23, 1918.
				A174 Based at Huntington, L.I. in Jul 1917. To Bay Shore in Sep 1917; Miami in Dec 1917; Later to Gloucester. 
					SOC Mar 7, 1919.
				A175 Based at Huntington, L.I. To Bay Shore in Sep 1917. Reported unfit for service in Nov 1917. SOC at 
					Bay Shore on Nov 23, 1917.
				A176 based at Pensacola in Jul 1917. Structural deficiencies found in Jun 1918. Aircraft condemned in 
					Jan 1918. SOC on May 31, 1922.
				A177 based at Pensacola in Aug 1917. Float damaged on Aug 20, 1917. SOC on Mar 4, 1919. Reinstated 
					on Apr 15, 1919. At Pensacola in Jan 1921. Structural deterioration and damage found in Nov 1922. 
					SOC at Pensacola on Nov 14, 1924.
				A178 accepted and assigned to Squantum in Aug 1917. To Hampton Roads in Oct 1917; Gloucester in Oct 1918; 
					NAF Philadelphia in Aug 1919. SOC Jun 30, 1922.
				A179 Accepted and assigned to Squantum in Aug 1917. To Hampton Roads in Oct 1917. SOC Jun 1918.
				A180 Accepted and assigned to Pensacola in Aug 1917. SOC Feb 26, 1918.
				A181 accepted and assigned to Pensacola in Aug 1917. Aircraft destroyed on May 14, 1918. Fire started and 
					consumed plane at 700pm when gas tanks were being filled for next flight. SOC at Pensacola on Jul 5. 1918.
				A182 Accepted and assigned to Pensacola in Aug 1917. SOC at Pensacola on May 27, 1918.
				A183 Accepted and assigned to Pensacola in Aug 1917. Wrecked on Dec 20, 1917. Sent to NAF Philadelphia 
					on Aug 1918. In overhaul in Jun 1018. To Gloucester in Nov 1919; to Pensacola in Jan 1920. Aircraft 
					crashed in Pensacola Bay on Aug 10, 1920. SOC at Pensacola on Sep 14, 1920.
				A184 Based at Bay Shore in Aug 1917. To Huntington, L.I. in Aug 1917; Miami in Dec 1917. Aircraft written 
					off on Feb 26, 1918. Aircraft was flying at 500 feet when an engine oil line to camshaft broke and 
					threw oil in pilot’s face. Blinded by oil, he was unable to make a successful landing. SOC at Miami 
					on Mar 6, 1918. Total flying time: 4 hrs 45 min.
				A185 Accepted and assigned to Huntington, L.I. in Aug 1917. To Bay Shore in Sep 1917; to Miami in Dec 1917. 
					In Jul 1918, condition was found to be badly deteriorated. SOC Miami on Jul 15.1918.
				A186 Accepted and assigned to Bay Shore in Aug 1917. SOC at NAF Philadelphia on Oct 24, 1918.
				A187 Accepted and assigned to Bay Shore in Aug 1918. To Montauk in Jun 1918. In Jul 1918, inspection 
					found aircraft in rust and deteriorated condition and recommended for disposal. SOC on Aug 5, 1918.
				A188 Accepted and assigned to Bay Shore in Aug 1917. To Montauk in 1918; To NAF Philadelphia in Nov 1918. 
					Deemed unfit for service in Dec 1918. SOC at NAF Philadelphia on Jan 23, 1919.
				A189 Based at Philadelphia in Aug 1917. To Cape May in Nov 1917. SOC on Nov 21, 1917.
				A190 Accepted and assigned to Marine Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia in Sep 1917. To Cape May in Nov 1917. 
					Deemed unfit for service in Dec 1917. SOC at Cape May on Feb 22, 1918.
				A191 Based at Squantum in Aug 1917. To Hampton Roads in Oct 1917; and later to Quantico. SOC Mar 31, 1919.
				A192 Based at Squantum in Aug 1917. To Hampton Roads in Oct 1917. SOC on Jul 5, 1918.
				A193 Accepted and assigned to Pensacola in Sep 1917. To Gloucester in Jul 1919; to NAF Pensacola in Jan 1921. 
					Crashed at Pensacola in Nov 23, 1921. SOC at Pensacola on Feb 11, 1922.
				A194	Accepted in Aug 1917 and assigned to Pensacola in Sep 1917. Crashed into waters off Pensacola 
					on Mar 13, 1918. Rudder had jammed while pilot tried to recover from spin. SOC at Pensacola on May 27, 1918.
				A195 Accepted and assigned to North Carolina in Sep 1917. To Cape May in Nov 1917. Deemed unfit for further 
					service in Oct 1918. SOC at Cape May on Oct 24, 1918. Total flying time: 30 hrs 43 min.
				A196 Accepted in Jul 1917 and assigned to North Carolina. To Cape May in Nov 1917. Aircraft wrecked 
					on Jul 27, 1918. Pilot claims that a gust struck the plane under the tail, throwing the machine 
					into a spin from 800 feet. SOC Aug 15, 1918.
				A197 Assigned to North Carolina in Sep 1917. To Cape May in Nov 1917. Wrecked at Cape May on Mar 23, 1917. 
					SOC at Cape May on Apr 13, 1918.
A198/200		Curtiss JN-1
				Only one built (A198) as a gunnery trainer.  Numbers also listed as being 
					allocated to cancelled Burgess HT-B Speed Scouts.
				A198	Curtiss JN-1. Accepted and assigned to Washington, DC in Nov 1917. To Gloucester in Oct 1918; to 
					Philadelphia in May 1919. SOC at Philadelphia on Jul 10, 1919.
A201/234		Curtiss N-9
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corp Model 5.  Redesignated N-9H when Curtiss OXX-6 engine was replaced with
					Hispano-Suiza Model A
				A201 based at NAS Bay Shore, Long Island, NY Jun 28, 1917.  Reported "unfit" Nov 15, 1917.  SOC in 1918
				A202 Based at NAS Bay Shore, Long Island, NY in Jun 28, 1917.  To NAS Pensacola Dec 9, 1917 and based at 
					NAS Key West in Dec 17, 1917. On May 3, 1918, pilot landed in the water due to engine high temperatures. 
					Later when the pilot took off, the engine quit right after lift-off and plane landed hard on the water. 
					As a result, the two front struts broke.  SOC at Key West on Apr 6, 1918.
				A203 Based at NAS Squantum, MA Jun 20, 1917. To NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 1, 1917. To US Army Quartermaster 
					School, Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, IL in Sep 18, 1917. At 1040 am, Nov 20, 1917, Seaplane 
					A-203 took off from Charleston on a  flight to Brunswick. It never arrived. Subsequently, Seaplane 1374 
					conducted a search in the northeasterly direction towards Brunswick, while USS Long Island (SP-572) 
					conducted a search in the southwestern direction from Maine to Pensacola.
				A204 assigned to NAS Squantum Jun 20, 1917. To NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 1, 1917. On Jul 19, 1918, it was 
					reported as unfit for further service due to severe deterioration of wings. Only left side of fuselage 
					and tail surfaces were intact. SOC on Jul 25, 1918.
				A205 to Curtiss Flying School, Newport News, VA Jun 28, 1917.  To NOB Hampton Roads in Sep 1917. SOC at 
					Hampton Roads on Dec 18, 1917.
				A206 to Curtiss Flying School, Newport News, VA Jun 28, 1917.  To NOB Hampton Roads in Sep 1917.  Reported 
					wrecked on Oct 29, 1917, SOC on Nov 23, 1917.
				A207 assigned to Marines Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia Jul 10, 1917. To NAS Cape May, NJ Nov 12, 1917. To 
					Philadelphia Jul 18, 1917. To Marines Advanced Base Force #3, Azores in Mar 1918. SOC on May 7, 1918.
				A208 assigned to Marines Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia Jul 3, 1917. To NAS Cape May Nov 26, 1917. To Marines 
					Advanced Base Force #13, Azores in Jul 1918. To Philadelphia in Aug 1918. SOC on Sep 27, 1918.
				A209 assigned to NAS Pensacola Jul 1917. SOC on Jul 25, 1918.
				A210 assugned to NAS Pensacola Jul 1917.  In Jun 1918, pilot misjudged distance while landing at an island 
					field and landed in the Bay. Aircraft wrecked beyond repair.  SOC at NAS Pensacola on Jul 15, 1918.
				A211 assigned to NAS Pensacola Jul 1917. SOC on Aug 29, 1918.
				A212 assigned to NAS Pensacola Jul 1917. Plane was written off on Aug 28, 1918, when pilot was making a 
					turn on approach. Due to a engine problems, the pilot stalled short and landed into 2-1/2 feet of 
					water. SOC at NAS Pensacola on Oct 9, 1918.
				A213 assigned to NAS Pensacola Jul 1917. On Apr 24, 1918, pilot was landing with the wind and near hangers. 
					He misjudged his approach and struck the sea wall. The plane flipped over onto the runway and was 
					written off. SOC at NAS Pensacola on May 27, 1918.
				A214 assigned to Huntington, Long Island Jul 9, 1917. To NAS Bay Shore, Long Island Sep 1, 1917. To NAS Key 
					West Dec 8, 1917.   Due to pilot error, the plane was reported as totally wrecked on May 21, 1914. 
					SOC at NAS Key West on Jun 1, 1918. Total flying time: 490 hrs 5 min.
				A215 assigned to Huntington, Long Island Jul 4, 1917.  SOC on Aug 9, 1917.
				A216 assigned to Squantum, MA Jul 25, 1917. To Quartermaster School, Naval Training Station, NAS Hampton Roads, VA in 
					Sep 1918. To Great Lakes Naval Training Center, IL Jan 27, 1919.  SOC on Apr 11, 1921.
				A217 assigned to Squantum, MA Jul 25, 1917. To NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 7, 1917. SOC on Dec 13, 1917.
				A218 assigned to NAS Pensacola Aug 28, 1917.  To NAS Miami Aug 9, 1918. On Apr 16, 1919, it was deemed unfit for 
					further service. SOC at NAS Miami on Jun 6, 1919. Total flying time: 646 hrs 55 min.
				A219 assigned to NAS Pensacola Aug 31, 1917. To NAS Miami Jul 10, 1918. Due to pilot error, plane was severely 
					damaged on Sep 23, 1918, when it stalled and went into a slow tail. SOC at NAS Miami on Oct 9, 1918.
				A220 assigned to NAS Pensacola Aug 29, 1917. SOC. Not reported since.
				A221 assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Nov  8, 1917. By Jan 1920, it was in poor condition and SOC on Feb 2, 1920.
				A222 assigned to NAS Pensacola Aug 1, 1917. To NAS Miami Jul 6, 1918. In Aug 1918, it was damaged beyond repair. 
					Pilot was performing spirals when the plane stalled and went into a tail spin at 200 ft agl and 
					crashed. SOC at NAS Miami on Sep 4, 1918.
				A223 This machine was fitted with slats. Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola Aug 25, 1917.  To Miami 
					in Jan 1918. SOC on Feb 26, 1918.
				A224 This machine was fitted with slats. Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola Aug 25, 1917. Wrecked 
					beyond repair in Jun 1918. Aircraft side-slipped from 820 feet agl and went into a nose dive. 
					Pilot was able to recover before the pontoons struck water. Plane flipped over its back. 
					SOC at Pensacola on Jul 15, 1918.
				A225 assigned to Huntington, Long Island, NY Aug 2, 1917. To NAS Bay Shore, Long Island, NY Sep 1, 1917; 
					To NAS Key West, FL Dec 15, 1917.  Reported wrecked at Key West on Feb 12, 1918. SOC on Apr 4, 1918.
				A226 assigned to Huntington, Long Island, NY Aug 2, 1917. To NAS Bay Shore, Long Island, NY Sep 1, 1917; 
					later to NAS Key West in Dec 1917. Reported totally wrecked on Feb 5, 1918. Aircraft went into a 
					tail spin at 800 feet altitude when engine failed. SOC at Key West on Apr 22, 1918.
				A227 assigned to NAS Newport News, VA Aug 8, 1917. Reported wrecked on Sep 6, 1917. SOC at 
					Newport News on Oct 11, 1917. 
				A228 assigned to NAS Newport News, VA Aug 8, 1917. To NOB Hampton Roads, VA Sep 1, 1917. Reported as 
					unfit for further service in Dec 2, 1917. SOC on Dec 18, 1917.
				A229 assigned to NAS Squantum, MA Aug 21, 1917.  To Naval Training School, NOB Hampton Roads, VA Sep 1, 1917. 
					To NOB Hampton Roads Oct 1, 1918.  To Great Lakes Naval Training Station, IL in Jan 28, 1919. SOC Apr 11, 1921.
				A230 assigned to NAS Squantum, MA Aug 9, 1917. To NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 1, 1917; Assigned NAF
					Philadelphia Mar 6, 1918.  SOC Aug 5, 1918.
				A231 assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Aug 21, 1917. To NAS Miami Jul 8, 1918. Plane deemed unfit for 
					further service in Apr 1919. SOC on Jun 6, 1919. Total flying time: 736 hrs 45 min.
				A232 assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Aug 17, 1917. SOC on Oct 29, 1917.
				A233 assigned to NAS Pensacola Aug 21, 1917. To NAS Miami Jul 8, 1918. Deemed unfit for further 
					service on Apr 16, 1919. SOC at Miami Jun 6,1919. Total flying time: 507 hrs 25 min.
				A234 assigned to NAS Pensacola Aug 21, 1917. Reported unfit for service on Nov 13, 1917. SOC on Apr 22, 1918.
A235/243		Goodyear B-class dirigible
				Numbered B-1 to B-9
				A235 No. B-1. Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Aug 7, 1917. SOC on Aug 14, 1920.
				A236 No. B-2. Based at Key West in Jan 1918.  A-236 wrecked in Feb 1919 due to motor failure from broken 
					connecting rod. SOC at Key West on Mar 31, 1919. Total flying time: 333 hr 39 min.
				A237 No. B-3. Assigned to NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, NY Dec 4, 1917. To NAS Akron, OH
					Apr 9, 1918.  To NAS Rockaway Beach, to NAS Montauk Point, NY circa 1918/19. To NAS North Island, San 
					Diego in Jan 1920. Surveyed in Jan 1924 and deemed unfit for further service, SOC at San Diego 
					on Feb 25, 1925. Total flying time: 90 hrs 25 min.
				A238 No. B-4. Accepted and assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Jan 7, 1918. Wrecked in Aug 1918. SOC at Hampton 
					Roads on Nov 1, 1918.
				A239 No. B-4. Assigned to NAS Akron, OK Aug 21, 1917. Wrecked in Sep 1917. SOC at Akron on Dec 15, 1917.
				A240	No. B-6. Accepted and assigned to NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, NY in Dec 10, 1917. 
					SOC at Rockaway Beach on Sep 7, 1918.
				A241	No. B-7. Accepted and assigned to NAS Chatham, MA Mar 12, 1918.  Damaged in Jun 1918. SOC at NAS 
					Boston on Jul 16, 1918.
				A242	No. B-8. Accepted in Dec 1917. Assigned to NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, NY Mar 15, 1918. To 
					NOB Hampton Roads, VA Nov 3, 1918. 
					To NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 10, 1920. Deteriorated condition surveyed in Apr 1924 and airship deemed obsolete. 
					SOC at Pensacola on Jun 26, 1924.
				A243	No. B-9. Accepted in Jan 1918. Assigned to NAS Key West Feb 4, 1918. Airship was wrecked in Aug 1918. 
					Engine failed due broken connecting rod. Envelope was torn in several places when B-9 came down hard. 
					SOC on Jul 8, 1919.
A244/248		Goodrich B-class dirigible
				Numbered B-10 to B-14
				A244	accepted and assigned to NAS Cape May, NJ Jan 30, 1918. Airship suffered extensive damage to envelope while 
					moored at Cape May in Dec 1918. Repairs considered too expensive and airship was cut up and 
					scrapped. SOC on Oct 30, 1919.
				A245	Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola Feb 27, 1918. Deemed unfit for further service and SOC at 
					Pensacola on Apr 15, 1919.
				A246	assigned to NAS Chatham, MA in Mar 26, 1918. To Akron in Dec 1918. SOC on Jul 8, 1919.
				A247	Accepted and assigned to Supply Office, Navy Yard, Philadelphia Oct 10, 1917. To Montauk in Oct 1917. 
					To Cape May in Nov 1919. To Rockaway Beach in Jan 1920.  Was destroyed by fire in a hanger in Jan 21, 1920. SOC.
				A248	Accepted and assigned to NAS Montauk Point, NY Oct 31, 1917. To NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, Ny
					 Mar 24, 1918. SOC on Nov 16, 1918.
A249/250		Connecticut B-Class dirigible
				Numbered B-15 and B-16.  Connecticut Aircraft Company 750,000 cu ft Model Blimp
				A249	Assugned to NAS Pensacola, FL  in Aug 22, 1917. Surveyed in Apr 1924 and deemed old and obsolete. 
					SOC at Pensacola 
					on Sep 5, 1924.
				A250	Accepted in Nov 1917. Assigned to NAS Cape May, NJ in Dec  12, 1917.  Wrecked in Jul 1918. Damaged in Jun 1918. 
					SOC at Cape May on Jul 3, 1918.
A251			Connecticut Aircraft free balloon
				Connecticut Aircraft Company observation balloon
				A251	Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Jun 14, 1917. To NAF Philadelphia on Dec 18, 1919.  SOC at NAF Philadelphia 
					on Dec 13, 1923.
A252/275		Connecticut Aircraft free balloon 
				Contract cancelled
A276/281		Goodyear 16,000 cu.ft. kite balloon
				A276	Accepted and based at NAS Pensacola in Jul 1917. To Huntington, Long Island, NY in 0ct 1917. SOC on Aug 20 1919.
				A277	Accepted and based at NAS Pensacola in Oct 1917. Fabric of gas bag was old and had many leaks and 
					in Aug 1918, it was deemed unsafe for use. SOC at Pensacola on Oct 29, 1918.
				A278	Accepted in Jul 1917. To Cape May in 1918. Deemed old and obsolete in Jul 1918 and SOC.
				A279	Accepted in Oct 1917. SOC on Jan 7, 1919.
				A280	Accepted in Oct 1917. SOC on Jan 7, 1919.
				A281	Accepted in Oct 1917. Based at Rockaway Beach. Gas envelope was torn on Jan 18, 1918. SOC in Aug 1918.
A282/287		Coodyear 25,000 cu.ft. Kite Balloon
				A282	Accepted in Oct 1917. SOC on Jul 17, 1920.
				A283	Accepted in Oct 1917. To NOB Hampton Roads, VA by 1918. Deemed unfit for service and SOC in May 1918.
				A284	Accepted in Oct 1917. At NOB Hampton Roads, VA in 1918. Deemed unfit for service and SOC on May 31, 1919.
				A285	Accepted in Oct 1917. With Rockaway Beach in 1918. Deemed unfit for service and SOC on Jul 17, 1920.
				A286	Based at Naval Supply Office, Philadelphia in Aug 1917. Not reported since.
				A287	With Naval Supply Office, Philadelphia in Aug 1918. Not reported since.
A288/290		Wright-Martin R Two Place Tractor
				Wright-Martin Comopany Model R built by Glenn L. Martin Co.
				A288	assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL in Jul 1917. SOC on Dec 27, 1917.
				A289	assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL in Jul 1917. SOC on Dec 27, 1917.
				A290	assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL in Jun 1917. Deemed in poor condition and SOC on Dec 23, 1918.
A291/293		Curtiss L-2 Tractor Triplane
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 9
				A291	assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 1, 1918.  Wrecked during trials at Buffalo, NY Jul 6 1918. 
					SOC on Aug 15, 1918. 
				A292	assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 1, 1918. Crashed after plane entered into tail spin on Feb 4, 1918. 
					SOC at Hampton Roads on Feb 18, 1919. Total flying time: 19 hrs 35 min.
				A293	assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 1, 1918. Sold on Aug 18, 1919.			
A294/A295 		Boeing Tractor
				Contract cancelled
A296/A297 		Verville seaplane
				Contract cancelled
A300/A301 		Gallaudet seaplane
				contract cancelled
A302/341		Curtiss R-6
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 2A
				A302	Accepted and assigned to NAS Miami, FL Oct 7, 1917. Crashed when plane nose dived at 100 feet on Nov 19, 1917. 
					SOC at Miami on Dec 1, 1917.
				A303	Accepted and assigned to NAS Miami, FL Dec 2, 1917. While patrolling off Port Sewell, it was force to land 
					in heavy seas and severe damaged on Jun 15, 1918. SOC on Jul 1, 1918.
				A304	Accepted and assigned to NAS Montauk Point, NY Oct 7, 1917. Reported wrecked in May 1918. SOC on May 11, 1918.
				A305	Accepted and assigned to NAS Miami Oct 7, 1917.  Wrecked at NAS Montauk Point, NY Jul 5 1918. 
					SOC on Jul 15, 1918.
				A306	Accepted and assigned to NAS Miami Oct 7. 1917.  Wrecked at NAS Montauk Point Nov 14, 1917  SOC at 
					Montauk on Jul 1, 1918.
				A307	assigned to NAS Miami, FL Oct 8, 1917.  Wrecked. SOC at Montauk on Nov 19, 1917.
				A308	Accepted and assigned to NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, NY in Oct 1917. Seaplane was completely 
					destroyed by a fire at Rockaway Beach in May 3, 1919. SOC at Rockaway Beach on Mar 20, 1919. 
					Total flying time: 15 hrs 20 min.
				A309	assigned to NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, NY Oct 8, 1917. Damaged. SOC at Rockaway Beach on Apr 22, 1918.
				A310	assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 10, 1917. Deemed unfit for service and SOC at Hampton Roads 
					on Jul 15, 1918.
				A311	assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 11, 1917. Wrecked and SOC on Jun 20, 1918.
				A312	Accepted and assigned to NAS Cape May Oct 13, 1917.  SOC Mar 25, 1918.
					Assigned NAS Anacostia, DC Feb 20 1920.  destroyed by fire Oct 16, 1920.  SOC on May 25, 1918.
				A313	Accepted and assigned to NAS Cape May, NJ Oct 13, 1917.  To NB Gloucester, MA Sep 24 1918.  
					At NAF Philadelphia for overhaul Jul-Dec 1919.  To NAS Anacostia, DC Feb 20, 1920. W/o by fire 
					on Dec 8, 1920. SOC Jan 25, 1921.
				A314	Accepted and assigned to Buffalo, NY Oct 16, 1917. To Miami by Mar 1918. Pilot lost control of plane while 
					flying at 400 feet and crashed into water on Mar 6, 1918. SOC at Miami on Mar 18, 1918.
				A315	assigned to NAS Miami, FL Oct 15, 1917. Damaged in flight accident in Feb 1918. Repaired at Pensacola. 
					Returned to Miami in Jul 1918.  Assigned to NSS Hapmpton Roads, VA Oc5 19, 1919.  To NAF
					Philadelphia, PA Aug 20 1920.  SOC on Feb 17, 1921.
				A316	Accepted and assignedt to NAS Miami, FL Oct 18, 1917. Wrecked Dec 18, 1917, when student flying at low 
					altitude in a fog bank, lost control and fell from 150 feet into water. SOC on Dec 27, 1917. 
					Total flying time: 89 hrs 37 min.
				A317	Accepted and assigned to NAS Miami, FL Oct 22, 1917. Written off by a crash and resultant fire in Aug 1918. 
					SOC on Apr 14, 1919.
				A318	Accepted and assigned to NAS Miami Oct 22, 1917. Deemed unfit for service and SOC on Dec 22, 1917.
				A319	Assigned to NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, NY Oct 25, 1917. To Marines ABV, Philadelphia Dec 8, 1917. 
					To Gloucester, MA Mar 6, 1919.  SOC on May 6, 1919.
				A320	Accepted and assigned to NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, NY Oct 26, 1917. To Marines ABV, Philadelphia 
					in Dec 8, 1917.  To Gloucester in 1918. SOC on Sep 27, 1918.
				A321	Accepted and assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 26, 1917. Sunk at sea in Aug 1918. SOC on Sep 4, 1919.
				A322	assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Oct 29, 1917.  SOC on Jul 5, 1918.
				A323	Assigned to Naval Supply Office, Boston Oct 30, 1917. To NAS Key West.  To NAS Miami Feb 21, 1918. 
					To Gloucester, MA in Sep 1918.  Fuselage burned in accident (also A-324) on Dec 1918. SOC on Mar 7, 1919.
				A324	Accepted and assigned to NAS Chatham, MA Nov 2, 1917. To NAS Miami in Feb 21, 1918. Assigned to
					Gloucester, MA Sep 1981.  Fuselage burned in accident (also A-323) at Gloucester in Sep 1918. 
					SOC on Mar 7, 1919.
				A325	Assigned to NAS CHatham, MA Nov 2, 1917.  To NAS Miami, FL in Feb 21, 1918. A-325 side-slipped and spun into 
					water on May 15, 1918. SOC on May 29, 1918. Total flying time: 240 hrs 55 min.
				A326	assigned to NAS Chatham, MA Nov 3, 1917.  To NAS Miami in Feb 1921. Overhauled at NAF Philadelphia 
					in Apr 1918. To Rockaway Beach in May 1918. A-326 damaged while being hoisted aboard ship in 
					heavy seas on May 10, 1918. SOC on May 15, 1918.
				A327	Accepted and assigned to NAS Cape May, NJ Nov 7, 1917. A327 had been previously damaged and cannibalized 
					for parts; aircraft sent to NAF Philadelphia in Mar 1918 for repairs.  Assigned
					Gloucester, MA. OC Jul 26, 1919
				A328	Accepted and assigned to NAS Cape May, NJ Nov 7, 1917. To Marines ABV, Philadelphia Dec 17, 1917. 
					Not reported since.
				A329	Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 19, 1917.  To Gloucester in Jul 28, 1919; 
					To NAS Anacostia Dec 18, 1920; To NAS Dahlgren, VA Nov 8, 1921. SOC on Oct 18, 1924.
				A330	Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 19, 1917. To Gloucester Nov 7, 1918;  To NAF Philadelphia, PA Aug 15, 1919.
					To NAS Pensacola, FL in Feb 1920. SOC on Jul 24, 1926.  Total flying time: 260 hrs 15 min.
				A331	Accepted and assigned to NAS North Island, CA Nov 22, 1917. To NAS San Diego in Sep 1918; To NAS Pearl Harbor 
					in May 1926.  A331 sank while being towed to shore on May 12, 1926. SOC on Oct 13, 1926.
				A332	Accepted and assigned to NAS North Island, CA Nov 22, 1917. To NAS San Diego Dec 17, 1917; PacFlt in Aug 1920; 
					San Diego in Jan 1922. SOC on Feb 15, 1922.
				A333	Accepted and assigned to NAS North Island, CA Nov 22, 1917. To NAS San Diego in Jan 5, 1918. In deteriorated 
					condition by Nov 1920. SOC on Dec 30, 1920.
				A334	Accepted and based Marines ABV, Philadelphia in Dec 1, 1917.  To MABU #13 Azores.  Damaged after stalling 
					from water take-off in Jun 1918 while based with Marines ABV No. 13, Azores. Last reported as being stored 
					at Naval Aviation Storehouse, Gloucester.
				A335	Accepted and based Marines ABV, Philadelphia in Dec 1, 1917. Assigned to MABU #13 Azores.  To
					NAS Storehouse, Gloucester.  SOC on Dec 5, 1918.
				A336	Accepted and based at Marines Base, Philadelphia Dec 1, 1917. assigned to MABU #13 Azores.  Stored at 
					Naval Aviation Storehouse, Gloucester in Mar 1919.  SOC on May 6, 1919.
				A337	Accepted and based at Marines Base, Philadelphia in Dec 1917. Later to Marines Base, Azores in 
					Sep 1918, where it was damaged during in rough seas. SOC May 6, 1919.  Total flying time: 195 hrs 56 min
				A338	Accepted and based at Marines ABV, Philadelphia in Dec 1917. Assigned to MABU #13 Azores.
					To NAS Storehouse, Glouster, MA.  SOC on May 6, 1919.
				A339	Accepted and assigned to NAS Key West Dec 1, 1917. Worn out from service and SOC at Key West on Jun 20, 1918. 
					Total flying time: 233 hrs 11 min.
				A340	Accepted and assigned to NAS Key West, FL Dec 3, 1917. SOC on Feb 2, 1918. Reinstated on Jul 7, 1918. Surveyed; 
					wings and pontoons unfit for service; only fuselage was in good condition; recommended to be stricken 
					on Nov 15, 1918. SOC on Dec 28, 1918.
				A341	Accepted in Jan 1918.  Assigned to Washington DC in Feb 27, 1918. To NOB Hampton Roads, VA Dec 21, 1918. 
					Overhauled at NAF Philadelphia Jul 28, 1919. To NAS Pensacola in Jan 15, 1921. Deteriorated and obsolete; 
					SOC on Jun 24, 1926.  Total flying time: 292 hrs 45 min.
A342/373		Curtiss N-9
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 5.  50 additional aircraft built from spares in 1917.  
					Redesignated N-9H if Curtiss OXX-6 engine replaced with Hispano-Suiza Model A
					A372 and A373 were cancelled.
				A342 assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Sep 1, 1917.  Assigned to NAS Miami, FL in Jul 13, 1918. To NOB
					Hampton Roads, VA in Nov 19, 1919. Fuselage sold on Mar 13, 1920. Total flying time: 119 hrs 35 min.
				A343 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL in Sep 1, 1917. SOC on Nov 23, 1917.
				A344 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL in Sep 13, 1917. SOC on Apr 22, 1918.
				A345 assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL in Sep 26, 1917. SOC on Feb 26, 1918.
				A346 assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Sep 26, 1917. SOC on Dec 31, 1917.
				A347 assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Sep 26, 1917. SOC on Dec 28, 1917.
				A348 assigned to NAS Bay Shore Oct 1, 1917.  To NAS Key West, FL Dec 5, 1917. Wrecked in Jan 1918. SOC on Apr 4, 1918.
				A349 assigned to NAS Bay Shore Oct 6, 1917. To Key West in Dec 1917. Record indicated it was 
					wrecked in Jul 1918. Not reported since thereafter. Total flying time: 275 hrs 32 min
				A350 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Oct 10, 1917. On Apr 24, 1918, pilot was caught in squall, 
					blinded by rain, crashed A350 in Bay. Wrecked beyond repair, SOC on May 27, 1918.
				A351 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Oct 10, 1917. Rebuilt at Pensacola in Apr 1918. 
					To NAS Miami in 1918. In deteriorated condition, SOC at Miami on Jun 6, 1919. Total flying time: 692 hrs 45 min.
				A352 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Oct 12, 1917. SOC on Feb 25, 1918.
				A353 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Oct 12, 1917. To NAS Miami, FL in Aug 1918. Deemed unfit 
					for further service, SOC on Jun 6, 1919. Total flying time: 416 hrs 40 min.
				A354 Accepted and assigned to NAS Bay Shore Nov 18, 1917. W/o on Mar 12,1918, when it was forced to land in rough 
					seas. Although pontoons & struts were broken by the landing, it was wrecked by laying in the seas 
					for two days until it could be secured. SOC on Mar 23, 1918.  Total flying time: 365 hrs 18 min.
				A355 Accepted and assigned to NAS Bay Shore Nov 8, 1917. To NAS Key West Dec 5, 1917. Expended thereafter.
				A356 Accepted and assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Nov 12, 1917. Wrecked on Dec 12, 1917. SOC on Feb 27, 1918.
 				A357 Accepted and assigned to NOB Hampton Roads in Nov 1917. Reporedly to Dunwoody Institute, Minneapolis, MN in Sep 1918.
				A358 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 19, 1917. W/o on Mar 28, 1918. Pilot failed to level off on his 
					landing approach and flew into water. Plane flipped over and was damaged beyond repair. SOC on May 27, 1918.
				A359 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 19, 1917. SOC on May 27, 1918.
				A360 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 23, 1917. To NAS Miami, FL in Jul 5, 1918.   On Aug 15, 1918, 
					pilot attempted to make a spiral at 1100 ft before landing in the water. It struck a telephone pole, damaging the 
					wings and pontoons. It was repaired and returned to service. W/o on Oct 23, 1918, the plane 
					entered into a side-slipped, stalled, and fell 100 feet. Pilot was uninjured. SOC on Nov 26, 1918.  
					Total flying time: 311 hrs 55 min.
				A361 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 23, 1917.  To NAS Miami, FL Jul 5, 1918. Deemed unfit for 
					further service and SOC on Jun 6, 1919. Total flying time: 27 hrs 50 min.
				A362 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 23, 1917. SOC in May 27, 1918.
				A363 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 1, 1917. To Miami in Aug 1918. W/o on Nov 1, 1918, when spiraled 
					into ground from 200 feet. SOC at Miami on Nov 26, 1918.
				A364 Accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 1, 1917. To NAS Key West, FL Oct 3, 1918. W/o on Oct 3, 1918 when
					crashed from a tail side spin. Oct at Key West on Mar 2, 1919. Sco Mar 20, 1919. 
					Total flying time: 271 hrs 17 min.
				A365 accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 1, 1917. W/o on Aug 18, 1918 when A-365 spun into ground.
				A366 accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 5, 1917. To NAS Miami in Sep 13, 1918. Deemed unfit for further service 
					and SOC on Jun 6, 1919. Total flying time: 362 hrs 40 min
				A367 accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL in Dec 5, 1917. To NAS Miami, FL in Jul 6, 1918. W/o on Sep 9. 1918, 
					when student pilot pulled back too hard, stalled, and went into a spin at 150 feet and failed to recover. 
					Machine struck a stone wall on impact. SOC Oct 9, 1918.
				A368 assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 5, 1917.  To NAS Miami, FL Jul 8, 1918. 
					Damaged during flight instruction at MMiami Apr 16, 1919.  Deemed unfit for further service and 
					SOC on Jun 6, 1919.  Total flying time: 389 hrs 35 min.
				A369 accepted in Nov 1917 and assigned to NAS Pensacola Dec 5, 1917. W/o on Jun 10, 1918, when pilot attempted 
					landing from 100 feet, went into nose dive and crashed into Bay. SOC at Pensacola on Jul 15, 1918.
				A370 accepted in Nov 1917 and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 10, 1917. To NAS Miami, FL in Aug 1918. W/o ib hab 14, 1919, 
					when nosed over during landing on rough water. SOC at Miami on Jan 28, 1919. Total flying time: 46 hrs 8 min.
				A371	Accepted in Nov 1917 and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 13, 1917. W/o in a crash at Pensacola
					on Jun 13, 1918. Pilot was in a turn when he realized he would crash into hangers, turned machine southwest. 
					Plane came down west of Warrington Beach instead. SOC on Jul 5, 1918.
				A372 cancelled
				A373 cancelled.
A374/379		Burgess HT-2 Tractor School Seaplane
				Modified HT-1B type design.  Ordered May 22, 1917.  All delivered in incomplete condition and used as
					ground instructional aircraft.
				A374 assigned to Massachusetts Institute of Technology Jan 2, 1918 for academic use. Received in an 
					incomplete condition and SOC on Jan 28, 1919.
				A375 assigned to Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia Jan 2, 1918 and used as ground instructional
					aircraft. SOC on Aug 15, 1918.
				A376 assigned to Great Lakes Training Station, IL Jan 2, 1918 as ground instructional aircraft. 
					SOC at Great Lakes on Apr 11, 1921.
				A377 assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA Jan 2, 1918 as ground instructional aircraft.
				A378 assigned to Massachusetts Institute of Technology Jan 2, 1918 for academic use. Received in an 
					incomplete condition and SOC on Jan 28, 1919.
				A379 assigned to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, IL in Jan 2, 1918 as ground instructional aircraft. 
					SOC on Apr 11, 1921.
A380/385		Burgess U-2 School Tractor
				A380 assigned to NAS North Island, CA Nov 9, 1917. to San Diego in Dec 12, 1917.  Later to Great Lakes
					Naval Training Center. SOC on Apr 11, 1921.
				A381 assigned to NAS San Diego, CA Dec 17, 1917. To Great Lakes Naval Trainin Center.  W/o in accident at 
					NAS Pensacola, FL on Mar 23, 1918.  Pilot stalled the plane at low altitude and crashed. SOC on Apr 11, 1921.
				A382 accepted and assignedt to NAS San Diego, CA Dec 12, 1917. Wrecked on Mar 30, 1918. SOC on Apr 27, 1918.
				A383 accepted and assigned to NAS San Diego, CA Dec 20, 1917. Wrecked on Apr 8, 1918. SOC on Apr 26, 1918.
				A384 assigned to NAS San Diego, CA Dec 29, 1917. Later to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, IL. Not reported since.
				A385 assigned to NAS San Diego, CA Dec 31, 1917. Later used at Great Lakes as ground school instruction trainer.
A386/387		Curtiss F Flying Boat
				A386 assigned to Newport News, VA Jun 1917.  To NOB Hampton Roads, VA in Sep 1917. Wrecked on Sep 6, 1917. 
					SOC on Oct 11, 1917.
				A387 assigned to Newport News, VA in Jun 1917.  To NOB Hampton Roads, VA in Sep 1, 1917. SOC on Dec 22, 1917.
A388/389		Curtiss JN-4A
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 1
				A388 accepted and based at NAF Philadelphia in Jul 1917. Wrecked in Aug 1917. SOC on Oct 22, 1917.
				A389 based at Marines Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia in Jun 1917. To Minneola, L.I. Nov 14, 1917; to 
					Marines Advanced Base Force, Philadelphia in Dec 1917. To Miami in Oct 1918. SOC on Nov 26, 1918.
A390/393		Curtiss F Flying Boat
				A390 assigned to NAS Newport News in Aug 1, 1917. To NAF Philadelphia, PA Sep 13, 1918. SOC thereafter.
				A391 assigned to NAS Bay Shore, Long Island, NY Aug 7, 1917.  To NAS Pensacola in Dec 5, 1917.  
				To NAS Miami, FL in Dec 18. 1917.  . W/o on Jan 15, 1918 when pilot attempted to complete turn and land 
					into the wind, the plane stalled, side-slipped and fell approx 200 feet into the water. SOC on Feb 2, 1918.
				A392 assigned to NAS Bay Shore, Long Island, NY in Aug 31, 1917. To NAS Miami, FL Dec 17, 1917. SOC on Jan 22, 1918.
				A393 assigned to Buffalo, NY Aug 11, 1917. To NAS Miami, FL by Sep 1918. In deteriorated condition and 
					SOC at Miami on Oct 9, 1918.
A394			Sopwith Baby Modified Schneider Tractor Biplane.  
				Original Royal Navy serial was 3765, passed to Royal Canadian Navy in 1918 and by them to US Navy.
				To Burgess Company, Marblehead, MA Aug 1, 1917 for acceptance and outfitting work.  Assigned to NOB Hampton Roads, VA 
					Feb 19, 1918.  To Gloucester in Oct 1918.  At NAF Philadelphia for maintenance Dec 24, 1918.  Assigned
					to Langley Field.  To NOB Hampton Roads, VA Jun 11, 1919.  Deemed in deteriorated condition for service, 
					SOC at Hampton Roads on Jul 1, 1920.
A395/406		Thomas-Morse SH-4
				Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation.  Thomas Brothers T-2 (built for Royal Navy), modified for US Navy as SH-4.
				A395 assigned to Buffalo, NY Sep 6, 1917. To Great Lakes Naval Training Station in Aug 1918. SOC in Apr 11, 1921.
				A396 accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Nov 15, 1917. SOC on Oct 24, 1918.  Assigned to NAS San Diego, CA 
					for ground school instructional use.  Aug 27, 1918.  SOC Oct 24, 1918
				A397 accepted and assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL in Nov 15, 1917.  SOC on Feb 21, 1918 and used at San Diego for ground 
					school instructional trainer.
				A398 accepted and assigned to NAS Miami, FL in Dec 6, 1917. W/o on Feb 2, 1918, when pilot stalled the plane in a turn 
					at 400 feet, side-slipped into a spinning nose dive into the water.
				A399 accepted and assigned to NAS Miami, FL in Dec 1917. To Great Lakes Naval Training Station in Aug 1918. 
					At NAF Philadelphia in Jul 1919.  SOC on Apr 11, 1921.
				A400	Assigned to NAS Miami, FL, Jan 11, 1918. Assigned to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, IL, Aug 1918. 
					SOC Apr 11, 1921 
				A401	Assigned to NAS Miami, FL, Feb 25, 1918. Assigned to Charleston, SC, Jul 23, 1918. Assigned to Great Lakes 
					Naval Training Station, IL, Dec 13, 1918. SOC Apr 11, 1921 
				A402	Assigned to NAS Miami, FL, Feb 28, 1918. Assigned to Charleston, SC, Jul 23, 1918. Assigned to Great Lakes 
					Naval Training Station, IL, Dec 13, 1918. SOC Apr 11, 1921 
				A403	Assigned to NAS Miami, FL, Mar 4, 1918. Assigned to Charleston, SC, Jul 23, 1918. Assigned to Great 
					Lakes Naval Training Station, IL, Dec 13, 1918. SOC Apr 11, 1921 
				A404	Assigned to NAS Miami, FL, Mar 8, 1918. Assigned to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, IL, Aug 1918. 
					SOC Apr 11, 1921 
				A405	Assigned to NAS Miami, FL, Mar 11, 1918. Assigned to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, IL, Aug 1918. 
					SOC Apr 11, 1921 
				A406	Assigned to NAS Miami, FL, Mar 14, 1918. Assigned to Great Lakes Naval Training Station, IL, Aug 1918. 
					SOC Apr 11, 1921 
A407			Sopwith Baby.  
			Originally Royal Navy serial 8209, transferred to Royal Canadian Navy
				minus engine and then to US Navy. Fitted with a Gnome Monosoupape 100 hp rotary engine.  Assigned to Burgess
				and Company, Marblehead, MA Aug 1, 1917.  To NAS Miami, FL Jan 14, 1918.  To NB Gloucester, MA Jun 28, 1918.
				To NAF Philadelphia, PA Dec 24, 1918.  SOC Mar 7, 1919.
A408			Curtiss F
				Assigned to NAS Bay Shore Jul 30, 1917.  SOC Nov 7, 1918.
A409/438		Burgess N-9
				License-built Curtiss N-9.  Some conversions to N-9H if Curtiss OXX-6 engine replaced by Hispano-Suiza Model 1.
A439/441		Aeromarine Type 700 
				Torpedo seaplane
				A440 repaired using parts from A443
A442/444		Loening M-2 or Kitten
				Ultralight for operations from battleships and submarines.
				I have seen a photo of a Loening M-2 with number 441 on the fuselage.
A445/449		Curtiss GS-2
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model G
				GS-2 = Gnome Scout
				A447 sold as surplus Aug 1920
				A449 SOC Nov 1923
A450/499		Aeromarine 39-A
A500/649		Aeromarine 39-B
				Scout and trainer with Curtiss OXX engine
				A581 to civil registry as NC1892.
A650/699		Boeing C
				MSN 10/59.  Model 2 twin float Primary trainer.  Assembled 1917 at NAS Pensacola, FL
				A672 to civil registry as G-CAFK
				A687 to civil registry as NC5646
A700			Goodyear kite balloon
A701			Goodrich kite balloon
A702/726		Goodyear kite balloon
A727/751		Goodrich kite balloon
A752/756		Curtiss F. 
				 Built under license by L.S. Thompson
A757/762		Thomas-Morse S-5
				Seaplane version of S-4B.  Built for US Army, delivered 1917 to US Navy
A763/764		Caquot M kite balloon
				Albert Caquot Type M observation balloon transferred from British Royal Naval Air Service
A765/783		Curtiss H-12
A784/799		Curtiss H-16
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 6C
A800/815		Curtiss HS-1L
				16 former H-14s completed as HS-1 and delivered as HS-1L.  Prototype H-14 was converted as HS-1
				A800 was HS-1
				Later conversions to HS-2L
			A815 cancelled
A816/817		Caquot P kite balloon
				Albert Caquot Type P observation balloon transferred from British Royal Naval Air Service
A818/867		Curtiss H-16
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 6C
				A839 modified to H-16-2
A868			Curtiss GS-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Mode G
				GS-1 = Gnome Scout
				Delivered Jan 1, 1918, DBR Apr 1, 1918
A869/872		Sopwith Baby
A873/994		Curtiss R-9 
			Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 2A 
			A919, A920, A925, A943, A956, A958. A963/A966, A970, A976, A991, A994 converted to R-6L Liberty Torpedo Carrier
				fitted with Liberty 12 engine.
			A883/A887 and A901/A905 transferred to US Army direct from manufacturer Fedb 1918 as 39033/39042.
A995/997		Curtiss JN-4A
				A995 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
				A996 registered N9967J, cancelled Aug 27, 2013.  At Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
A998			Goodrich kite balloon
A999/1028		Burgess N-9
				License-built Curtiss Model 5.  Redesignated N-9H if Curtiss OXX-6 engine replace with Hispano-Suiza Model A
A1029			Sea Scout airship
				Model OSS transferred from British Royal Naval Air Service
A1030			Sea Scout airship
				Scheduled transfer from British Royal Naval Air Service did not take place
A1031/1048		Curtiss H-16
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 6C
A1049/1098		Naval Aircraft Factory H-16
				Naval Aircraft Factory-built version of Curtiss Model 6C.
				A1070 used January 1919 for refuelling experiments, involving the
					aircraft's crew extending a grapple to pick up a load from a rope 
					stretched between two rowing boats
A1099/1398		Lowe-Willard-Fowler HS-1L 
				LWF-built version of Curtiss Model 8
				50 were cancelled.
				A1143 to G-CAOP of Ontario Govt Forestry Branch
				A1145 (MSN 243) to civil registry as NC1849, later to CF-AEA and VR-BAA Nov 1930.  W/o Great Sound,
					Bermuda Aug 31, 1931.
				A1152 to G-CANZ of Canadian Airways Ltd
				A1162 to civil registry as NC3387
				A1191 to civil registry as NC1231, to NC318, to NC3732
A1223/1398		Lowe-Willard-Fowler HS-2L
				LWF-built version of Curtiss HS-2L
				A1248 to G-CYAE
				A1250 to G-CAOS of Ontario Govt Forestry Branch
				A1258 to G-CAFI of Elliot-Fairchild Air Service
				A1271 to G-CADM
				A1273 crashed after colliding with HA-2L A1175 Aug 24, 1918.  3 killed.
				A1274 allocated G-CAFE, later changed to G-CAFH of Pacific Airways Ltd
				A1288 to G-CYGU of Canadian Air Force
				A1300 to G-CAPE of Ontario Provincial Air Service
				A1301 to civil registry as NC6845
				A1342 to G-CAPF of Ontario Provincial Air Service
				A1367 to G-CAON of Ontario Govt Forestry Branch
				A1373 to civil registry as NC652
A1399/1548		Standard HS-2L 
				Standard-built version of Curtiss HS-2L
				A1479/1548 cancelled.
A1549/1819		Curtiss HS-1L
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 8
				A1692 crashed May 5, 1919.  2 killed.
				A1817 crashed Apr 19, 1920 in turn and spin from altitude at NAS Rockaway.  Pilot killed.
A1820/2207		Curtiss HS-2L
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 8
				A1876 to C-CAAC of Laurentide Air Service, Quebec, Canada in 1919.  Crashed on takeoff at Foss Lake Aug 4, 1922. 
					Located and salvaged 1968-69 with parts from other aircraft.  To National Aviation Museum in 1969.
				A1878 to Laurentide Air Service as G-CAAD Sep 1920
				A1884 crashed off Manhattan Beach while stationed at NAS Rockaway Jul 4, 1919.  Pilot killed.
				A1949 to Ontario Government Forestry Branch as G-CAOR
				A1981 to NC2420
				A2014 to Ontario Government Forestry Branch as G-CAOE
				A2015 to Ontario Government Forestry Branch as G-CAOI
				A2021 to NC2932
				A2027 to Ontario Government Forestry Branch as G-CAOC
				A2070 to Ontario Government Forestry Branch as G-CAOL
				A2109 to Ontario Government Forestry Branch as G-CAOH	
A2208/2214		Goodyear kite balloon
A2215/2216		Connecticut Aircraft observation balloon  
A2217/2276		Gallaudet HS-2L
				Gallaudet-built version of Curtiss Model 8
				A2119 to Canadian Aero Film Co, Toronto Jul 1920 as G-CAAZ
				A2222 to civil registry as NC2821
A2277			Curtiss F flying boat
A2278			Curtiss HA
				Designed by Capt B.L. Smith of US Marine Corps and built by Curtiss.  Destroyed on first flight Mar 21, 1918
				Recovered and SOC 17 September 1918
A2279/2280		Burgess F flying boat
				License built version of Curtiss Model F. 
				2279 SOC Jul 15, 1918
				2280 SOC Apr 11, 1921
A2281			Mitchell F flying boat
				License built version of Curtiss Model F.  SOC Apr 11, 1921.   
A2282/2283		Davis N-1 Gun Carrier built by Naval Air Factory
				Specifications and blueprints drawn up by the Bureau of Construction and Repair for the Davis gun carrier 
				were received at the Naval Aircraft Factory. Later designated N-1, this was the first airplane designed 
				and built by the Navy for the attack role
A2284			Contract cancelled
A2285/2290		Curtiss N-9H
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 5
				Redesignated as N-9H if Curtiss OXX-6 engine replaced with Hispano-Suiza Model 1.  Transferred from US Army
A2291			Curtiss NC-1
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
				NC-1 for Navy/Curtiss.  Built by Curtiss at Garden City, NY, and assembled at NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, 
				NY. First flight Oct 4, 1918.  Redesignated NC-TA for the transatlantic crossing
				Designed for direct delivery to France.  Alighted short of Azores and sank May 1919.
A2292			Curtiss NC-2
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
				NC-2 for Navy/Curtiss. Built by Curtiss at Garden City, NY, and assembled at NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, 
				NY. First flight 12Apr 12, 1919.  Redesignated NC-TA for the transatlantic crossing.
				Designed for direct delivery to France.  Wrecked when blown ashore in a storm.  Parts used in the other 3 NCs
A2293			Curtiss NC-3
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
				NC-3 for Navy/Curtiss.  Built by Curtiss at Garden City, NY, and assembled at NAS Rockaway Beach, Long Island, 
				NY. First flight Apr 23, 1919.  Redesignated NC-TA for the transatlantic crossing
				Designed for direct delivery to France, later redesignated P2N-1.  First flight Apr 23, 1919.  Landed
				200 mi short of Azores, unable to take-off, taxied to Horta, Azores
A2294			Curtiss NC-4
				Designed for direct delivery to France, later redesignated P2N-1.  Was first aircraft to fly across
				the Atlantic, arriving Plymouth, UK May 31, 1919.  The NC-4 was put on public display in Central Park 
				in New York City and in several other locations, including Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The hull of 
				the NC-4 was exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution in 1920 and it was transferred to the Smithsonian in 
				1927. The remaining components were retained in Navy storage until they were obtained by the Smithsonian 
				in 1961. The Smithsonian decided to fully restore the NC-4 for the 50th anniversary of the first 
				transatlantic crossing.  With the assistance of three Navy technicians, the restoration of the NC-4 was 
				completed and the aircraft was displayed on the national Mall for the 50th anniversary celebration on 
				May 8, 1969. After the brief exhibition, the NC-4 was disassembled and placed in storage until it was 
				loaned to the Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida, in 1974.
A2295/2344		Curtiss F
A2345/2350		Curtiss MF
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 18
A2351/2409		Burgess N-9
				License-built Curtiss N-9.  Regesignated N-9H if Curtiss OXX-6 engine replaced with Hispano-Suiza Model 1
				A2359 to civil registry as NC5648
A2410/2572		Burgess N-9H
				License-built Curtiss N-9H
A2573/2650		Burgess N-9H
				License-built Curtiss Model 5
				A2573 transferred to Brazilian government in 1919.
				A2646 was first aircraft to arrive in Bermuda, when it arrived May 19, 1919 dismantled avoard SS Elinor.
					Ship was going to Montevideo to observe a solar eclipse when it had to make an unplanned stop with
					engine problems.  Aircraft was unloaded and flown May 22, 1919 from Hamilton Harbour, allowing the
					Governor to view his island from the air.
A2651/2652		Briggs F-19 flying boats built by Alexandria Aircraft
A2653/2654		Gallaudet D-4
				A2653 completed Jan 1918.  Wrecked Jul 19, 1918.  SOC Sep 17, 1918
				A2654 completed Jan 1918.  Assigned NOB Hampton Roads, VA Ma4 15, 1918.  Sank while at anchor off
					Selfridge Field, Harrison, MI Oct 22, 1922 and DBR while being salvaged.  SOC Feb 3, 1923
A2655/2844		Goodyear kite balloon
A2845/2929		Cancelled contract for Goodyear kite balloons
A2930/3020		Goodrich kite balloon		
A3021/3204		Cancelled contract for Goodrich kite balloons
A3205/3234		Curtiss JN-4HT
				Curtiss Model 1E transferred from US Army
A3235/3244		Thomas-Morse S-4B
A3245/3324		Dayton-Wright DH-4A
				De Havilland DH.48 built under license by Dayton-Wright
				A3248 accident Jul 10, 1922 San Diego CA
				A3269 used in Europe by US Northern Bombing Group.  Attached to
					491 Flight RAF, Dover from Oct 9, 1918 to Oct 13, 1918.
				A3286 accident Apr 26, 1922 San Diego, CA 
				A3295 used in Europe by US Northern Bombing Group.  Attached to
					218 Sqdn RAF from Sep 29, 1918 until Oct 11, 1918.  Engaged
					Fokker D.VII Oct 8, 1918 which was seen to go down near
					Cortemarke.
A3325/3326		Curtiss 18T Wasp
			Redesignated 18T-1 after development of the 18T-2
			US Army borrowed A3325 during tests with a full military load Aug 1918 and attqaned a speed of 163 mph, the world's	
				fastest aircraft at the time, but the record was not recognized.  Later converrted to 18T-2 and used to set world
				altitude record of 34,910 feet set Sep 8, 1919.  Fitted with floats, it also set a world's seaplane altitude record.
			Both aircraft used by US Navy in post-war air races.  A3325 crashed during a test flight, A3326 broke a crankshaft 
				and was destroyed.		
A3327			Briggs F Boat built by Alexandria Aircraft
A3328/3332		Curtiss F built under license by American Transoceanic Company
A3333/3362		Canadian Aeroplanes Ltd. F-5L
				Felixstowe Model F-5 developed by Naval Aircraft Factor and fitted with Liberty engine.  Built under
					license by Canadian Aeroplanes Limited.  Later redesignated PN-5
				A3340, A3341, A3342, A3343, A3345, A3346, A3348, A3349, A3350,A3351 transferred to US Army using US Navy serials.
				A3360 SOC at Pensacola Nov 26, 1926.
A3363/3382		Canadian Aeroplanes Ltd. F-5L
				Felixstowe F-5-L to be built under license by Canadian Aeroplanes Lte.  Contract cancelled 
A3383			Albert Caquot Type R observation balloon built by BF Goodrich Company
A3384/3458		Dayton-Wright DH-4A
				De Havilland DH.48 built under license by Dayton-Wright.  Ex US Army aircraft.
				A3384, A3393, A3394, A3398,A3402, A3445 converted to DH-4B.
				A3388 accident Apr 12, 1922 Anacosta, Maryland
				A3397 accident Jun 12, 1922 Haverford, Pennsylvania
				A3401 (DH-4B) ran out of fuel and crashed Mar 21, 1923 Quantico, Virginia   
				A3410 crashed in Potomac River Jun 9, 1921
				A3411 (DH-4B) crashed Sep 12, 1921, Mirebalais, Haiti when engine failure forced crash landing.  
				A3441 crashed in creek bed near Quantico, VA Aug 20, 1921
				A3442 accident Aug 6, 1921 Quantico, VA 
A3459/3558		Naval Aircraft Factory H-16
				NAF-built version of Curtiss Model 6C. 
A3559/4038		Naval Aircraft Factory F-5L
				Felixstowe Model F-5 developed by Naval Aircraft Factory and fitted with Liberty engine.
				A3618/A3658, A3684/A3782, A3783, A3801/A3858, A3881, 
					A3883/A3885, A3491/A4008, A4014/A4035 were cancelled 
				A4036 completed as F-6L, later redesignated PN-6.  Deliver Jan 17, 1919,
					SOC Jun 9, 1920.
				A4037 completed as F-6L, later redesignated PN-6  Scrapped at Naval
					Aircraft Factory Nov 1923
A4039/4078		Curtiss H-16
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 6C
A4079/4108		Curtiss F
A4109			Goodyear E-1 Dirigible
A4110			Curtiss HA-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 16
				Revised HA, incorporated some parts from A2278 but was otherwise a new-build aircraft.  
				SOC 16 May 1921 after caught fire in the air.
A4111			Curtiss HA-2
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 16
				Revised HA-1 with new wings.  Entered in postwar Curtiss Marine Trophy Race.   Sank off Detroit, 
					MI Oct 8, 1922; SOC February 1923
A4112/4117		Curtiss JN-4B
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 1A
A4118/4127		C dirigibles
				Aircraft numbers C-1 to C-10.  A4119, A4123, A4126, A4127 built by Goodrich,
					remainder by Goodyear.  Control cars built by Burgess Company.
				A4118	C-1	Built by Goodyear.  First flight 30Sep18
				A4119	C-2	Built by BF Goodrich.	Transferred 1921 to US Army 
				A4120	C-3	Built by Goodyear
				A4121	C-4	Built by Goodyear. Transferred 1921 to US Army
				A4122	C-5	Built by Goodyear.  Destroyed 15May19 at St John’s, Newfoundland when ripped from mooring in a gale
				A4123	C-6	Built by BF Goodrich
				A4124	C-7	Built by Goodyear.  First airship to be flown using helium gas Dec 1, 1921
				A4125	C-8	Built by Goodyear
				A4126	C-9	Built by BF Goodrich
				A4127	C-10	Built by BF Goodrich
A4128/4186		Curtiss JN-4HG
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 1E
				A4160 seen Nov 10, 2006 at new National Museum of the United
					States Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia.  
A4187/4217		Curtiss JN-6HG-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 1F
				Army serials 45164/45197 transferred to Navy,  but 34 were transferred but only 30 BuNo were allocated.
A4218/4227		Standard M-Defense (E-1?)
				Standard Model E-1 puirsuit trainer with provision for a gun as the M-Defense.
				Transferred from US Army
A4228/4229		Loughead HS-2L
				Loughead-built version of Curtiss Model 8
A4230			Tellier T-3 flying boat
				Model T.3 three-seat patrol flying boat
A4231/4255		Boeing HS-2L
				MSN 61/85.  Curtiss Model 8 built by Boeing
				A4238 sold to Aeromarine and converted with open passenger area and used by Pacific Marine Airways for
					scheduled passenger service between Wilmington, CA and Catalina Island
				A4251 sold to Aeromarine and converted with enclosed passenger cabin and used by Pacific Marine Ariways for
					scheduled passenger service between Wilmington, CA and Catalina ISland
A4256/4280		Boeing HS-2L - contract cancelled
A4281/4340		Curtiss F-5L
				Felixstowe Model F-5 developed by Naval Aircraft Factor and fitted with Liberty engine as the F-5L.
					Built under license by Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation.  Later redesignated PN-5
A4341/4342		Naval Aircraft Factory N-1
				Specifications and blueprints drawn up by the Bureau of Construction and Repair for the Davis gun carrier 
					were received at the Naval Aircraft Factory. Later designated N-1, this was the first airplane 
					designed and built by the Navy for the attack role.
A4343			Carolina Aircraft Corp. F boat
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model F redesigned by Harry Atwood to use a wood veneer and built 
					by the Carolina Aircraft Company.  Turned out to be overweight and incapable of flight.
A4344/4346		Carolina Aircraft Corp. F boat
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model F redesigned by Harry Atwood to use a wood veneer and built 
					by the Carolina Aircraft Company.  Contract cancelled
A4347			Boeing C-1F
				MSN 9.  Model C.  Single float and Curtiss OXX-6 engine
A4348			Goodyear F-1 dirigible
A4349/4402		Curtiss F
				A4395 to civil registry as NC304
A4403/4449		Curtiss MF
				Last 31 were cancelled
				A4408 to civil registry as NC5450
				A4411 to civil registry as NC257
A4450/4454		D dirigibles
				Numbered D-1 to F-5.  A4451 and A4454 built by Goodrich, others by Goodyear.
				A4450 D-1 destroyed by fire Jun 1920
				A4451	D-2	Built by BF Goodrich		Transferred to US Army 1921
				A4452	D-3	Built by Goodyear		Transferred to US Army 1921
				A4453	D-4	Built by Goodyear		Transferred to US Army 1921
				A4454	D-5	Built by BF Goodrich		Transferred to US Army 1921
A4455/4459 		Cancelled contract for Goodrich D-class airships
A4460/4469 		Cancelled contract for Goodyear D-class airships 
A4470/4819		Cancelled contract for Curtiss F-5L
				Felixstowe Model F-5 developed by the Naval Aircraft Factory and fitted with a Liberty engine as the F-5L. 
				To have been licence built by Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation.
A4820/5019		Cancelled contract for Curtiss N.9 to be built by Burgess
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model N-9 to have been licence built by The Burgess Company
A5020/5021		Caquot R kite balloon, built by Goodyear
				Albert Caquot Type R 32,200 cu ft observation balloon built by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
A5022/5023		Caquot R kite balloon, built by Goodrich
				Albert Caquot Type R 32,200 observation balloon built by BF Goodrich Company
A5024			Briggs F-19 flying boat built Alexandria Aircraft
A5025/5028		Caquot P kite balloon built by Goodyear
				Albert Caquot Type P observation balloon built by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
A5029			Goodyear kite balloon
A5030/5039 		Cancelled contract for Naval Aircraft Factory N-1
A5040/5239		Aeromarine 40-F
				Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company Model 40F trainer development of the Model 40 Sport Seaplane
				5090/5239 cancelled
				A5055 to civil registry as NC5566
				A5079 to civil registry as NC1903
				A5083 to civil registry as NC910V
A5240			Caquot M kite balloon transferred from RNAS
			Albert Caquot Type M observation balloon
A5241/5242		Avorio Prassone kite balloons transferred from Italian navy
			E. Prassone And L. Avorio observation balloon for trials
A5243/5246		Sperry Light Bomber
				Lawrence Sperry Aircraft Company Light Bomber 
				5244/5246 cancelled
A5247/5256		Alexandria 10 flying boat
			Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model F licence built by the Alexandria Aircraft Company
A5257			Goodyear B-20 dirigible
				Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company three seat 84,000 cu ft airship
A5258			Curtiss F
A5259/5458		Cancelled contract for Curtiss F-5L
				Felixstowe Model F-5 developed by the Naval Aircraft Factory and fitted with a Liberty engine as the F-5L. 
					To have been licence built by Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation
A5459/5462		Curtiss HS-3
			Model 8.
			Only A5459 and A5462 built.  Putnam states that all 4 were built
A5463			Goodyear Kite balloon
				Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company observation balloon
A5464/5468		Goodyear B dirigible 
				Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 770,000 cu ft airship.  Rebuilt B-series airships
				A5464	B-17
				A5464	B-18
				A5466	cancelled
				A5467	B-19
				A5468	cancelled
A5469			Loening M-3
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation Model M-2 Kitten development designated as the Model M-3
A5470/5471		Curtiss JN-6HG-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 1F.  Transferred from Army (SC 44967 and 44968)
				A5470 SOC Feb 26, 1920
				A5471 SOC Oct 18, 1921.
A5472			Société Astra Model Astra-Torres Airship 
				Transferred from French Navy.  Formerly AT-1 operated by US Navy in Europe. Shipped to USA post-war and 
					allocated BuNo A5472
A5473/5482		SS and SSZ airships transferred from RNAS
				SSZ 70,000 cu ft airship.  US Navy Aircraft quotes the SSZ-23 as becoming A5472 [should this be A5482?]
					US Navy Aircraft does not list any other SS or SSZ series airships as being given BuNo
					US Navy Aircraft quotes only two SS Submarine Scouts, one SST Submarine Scout Twin and two SSZ Submarine 
					Scout Zero types being transferred to the US Navy with only SSZ-23 and NS-14 sent to the USA
					The US Navy purchased two SSZ class blimps. A replacement SSZ-23 was acquired in November 1917 and first 
					operated from Cranwell for training. It was then assigned patrol duties from RNAS Howden. These operations 
					included at least 24 operational missions in the spring of 1918. Ensign Phillip Barnes received the 
					Distinguished Flying Cross from King George V during one of those flights. The SSZ-23 then was 
					transferred to Lowthorpe and completed another 24 operational flights by August, when it returned 
					to Howden where it was destroyed in an accident. While preparing to mate the old SSZ-23 envelope to 
					a spare control car, the US maintenance crew started a fire which burned the SSZ-23, SSZ-38, SSZ-54 
					as well as the rigid airship R27. A replacement airship, also designated SSZ-23 was acquired on 
					22 November 1917 and was eventually shipped to the United States and erected at NAS Cape May, NJ, 
					in early February 1919. Served at NAS Cape May, NJ, until April of that year and was stricken from 
					the Navy registry in June 1920. The SSZ-24 was assembled and tested by the Navy and Goodyear in 
					March 1918. It was shipped to NOB Hampton Roads, VA. There are no records of any operations at NOB 
					Hampton Roads, VA. The SSZ-24 may have been burned in the summer of 1918.
A5483/5562		Naval Aircraft Factory MF 
				NAF-built version of Curtiss Model 18
				Surplus aircraft bought and modified for civilian use by Cox-Klemin Aircraft Corporation, College Point, LI
				A5483 to civil registry as NC2172.  Now on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
				A5484 converted to amphibian by G. Elias and Brothers, Buffalo, NY
				A5493 to civil registry as NC2324
				A5495 to civil registry as NC2323
				A5500 to civil registry as NC2320
				A5520 to civil registry as NC2067, also reported as NC1537
				A5521 to civil registry as NC6628
				A5525 to civil registry as NC2066
				A5531 to civil registry as NC2603
				A5536 to civil registry as NC2383
				A5538 to civil registry as NC5467
				A5541 to civil registry as NC5026
				A5543 to civil registry as NC903.  Was on display at Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, Cleveland, Ohio until 1999.
					Sold to unknown buyer Apr 13, 2010 for a half-million dollars.
				A5553 to civil registry as NC2064
A5563			NS-7 dirigible transferred from the RNAS
				North Sea 360,000 cu ft airship.  US Navy Aircraft quotes only the NS-14 as being operated by the US Navy, 
				becoming A5580 [qv].  The US Navy purchased one North Sea class airship. N.S.14 was sold to the US in early 
				November 1918 after flying 206 hours in British service and the USN designation NS-1. NS-1 was shipped to 
				Wingfoot Lake, and then NOB Hampton Roads, VA, but there is no record it was ever flown while owned by the US Navy
A5564/5569		NAS HS-2L 
				Reassembled by NAS Miami, Florida from spare hulls from Curtiss Model 8 on contract and assigned new serial
				numbers.
A5570/5571		Naval Aircraft Factory SA-1 
				A unique designation, for "Ship’s Airplane," these were early experiments probing the use of lightweight 
					aircraft on battleships and their potential of being able to land and take-off from them. They were 
					essentially ultralights, all having the 55hp Lawrance L-3 engine.
A5572/5573		Naval Aircraft Factory SA-2 
				A unique designation, for "Ship’s Airplane," these were early experiments probing the use of lightweight 
					aircraft on battleships and their potential of being able to land and take-off from them. They were 
					essentially ultralights, all having the 55hp Lawrance L-3 engine.  SA-1 development with covered fuselage
A5574/5575		Macchi M.8 seaplane
A5576/5579		Naval Aircraft Factory TF-1 
				A5579 was never produced.  Aerofiles state that A5579 was fitted with Packard 1-A engines
A5580			NS-7 dirigible transferred from RNAS
				North Sea 360,000 cu ft airship.  US Navy Aircraft quotes the NS-14 as becoming A5580
					The US Navy purchased one North Sea class airship. N.S.14 was sold to the US in early November 1918 
					after flying 206 hours in British service and the USN designation NS-1. NS-1 was shipped to Wingfoot 
					Lake, and then NOB Hampton Roads, VA, but there is no record it was ever flown while owned by the US Navy.
A5581/5586		Curtiss JN-6HG-1
				Curtiss Model 1F dual control gunnery trainer.  Transferred from Army
A5587			SCDA airship no O-1 
				Stabilimento Costruzioni Dirigibili ed Aerostati (SCDA) 127,000 cu ft airship ordered by the US Navy
				First flight Mar 27, 1919.  It was sent to Akron for study and was then erected at the airship base at 
				NAS Cape May, New Jersey. The O-1 first flew in the USA on 16 September 1919. While operating from NAS 
				Cape May, NJ, the O-1 lost all power on a landing approach and was blown to near Pennsville, New Jersey 
				where the crew managed to land it. The O-1 was eventually returned to service and while on temporary duty 
				at NOB Hampton Roads, VA, the O-1 was used to launch gliders designed to be anti-aircraft targets. 
				The date the O-1 was scrapped is not known, but was probably in the winter of 1921-22.
A5588/5589		Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5A
				S.E.5a from Army
				A5588 was RAF D6106.  SOC Nov 23, 1920.
				A5589 was RAF C8379.  SOC Nov 23, 1920.
A5590/5591		Naval Aircraft Factory HS-3
				Curtiss Model 8 built under license by Naval Aircraft Factory.
A5592/5593		Zodiac-Vedette airships 
				Zodiac Model VZ 340,000 cu ft airship.  The Zodiac Group built the VZ-7 and VZ-13. Both were operated at 
					NAS Paimboeuf, France before the armistice and flew combat missions. They were shipped first to 
					Norfolk, and then Coco Solo, where they were scrapped in October 1919.
A5594/5605		Connecticut Aircraft observation balloon
				A5594 SOC Jul 13, 1923
				A5595 SOC Feb 2, 1925
				A5596 SOC Jul 13, 1923
				A5597 SOC May 16, 1921
				A5598 SOC Jun 8, 1921
				A5599 SOC Feb 27, 1926
				A5600 SOC Feb 27, 1926
				A5601 SOC Apr 28, 1926
				A5602 SOC May 20, 1924
				A5603 SOC Jan 28, 1926
				A5604 SOC May 26, 1926
				A5605 SOC Nov 9, 1923
A5606/5608		Loening LS-1 
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation Model M-8 development as a seaplane
				A5606 used to test the Richardson Pontoon.  w/o in crash at Anacostia Jun 15, 1921. 
				A5607 and A5608 cancelled
A5609/5611		Loening LB flying boat - cancelled
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation
				The BuNo serial number list quotes the Loening LB but doesn’t state that they were cancelled but I cannot 
					find any reference to a Loening LB flying boat
A5612			Aeromarine AS-1
				Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company Model AS-1 scout-observation aircraft
A5613/5614		Aeromarine AS-2
				Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company Model AS-2, improved version of AS-1
A5615/5619		NAS HS-2L 
				Reassembled by NAS Hampton Roads, Virginia from various Curtiss Model 8 spare parts and assigned new serial
				numbers.  A5619 was cancelled
A5620/5629		Hanriot HD.2 
				All purchased as floatplanes but later converted to landplanes by Naval
					Aircraft Factory.  HD.1 was landplane version, HD.2 was seaplane version.
				A5621 destroyed Sep 3, 1919, USS Texas
				A5624 used Aug 1919 for trials from platform mounted on USS Mississippi.
					Wrecked in turret takeoff San Pedro, CA Oct 21, 1919 on USS Mississippi.
					SOC Jan 15, 1920.  A plane marked as A5624 was photographed at NAS North
					Island, CA in 1961.  The plaque says that it was an HD-1
				A5625 forced landings Jun 28, 1919, Jul 18, 1919, SOC Feb 26, 1920
					A5625 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL, is actually a 
					reproduction, not the original.
A5630			Lowe-Willard-Fowler HS-2L
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 8 to have been built under licence by Lowe, Willard & Fowler 
					Engineering Company.  Contract cancelled
A5631			Loening M-8
A5632			Naval Aircraft Factory NC-5
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
					NC-5 for Navy/Curtiss.  Built by the Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA.
A5633			Naval Aircraft Factory NC-6
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
					NC-6 for Navy/Curtiss.  Built by the Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA.
A5634			Naval Aircraft Factory NC-7
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
					NC-7 for Navy/Curtiss.  Built by the Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA.
A5635			Naval Aircraft Factory NC-8
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
					NC-8 for Navy/Curtiss.  Built by the Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA.
A5636			Paul Schmitt seaplane
				Modified French Navy seaplane with 370hp Liberty.  Destroyed in fire 10/16/1920.
A5637/5646		Loening M-8-0
A5647/5649		Tellier T-3
				A5647 damaged on landing Jun 11, 1920. SOC Jul 30, 1920.
				A5648 damaged Apr 15, 1920.  SOC May 14, 1920.
				A5649 was cancelled.
A5650/5651		Levy-Le Pen HB-2 seaplane
				Hydravions Georges Lévy G.L. 40 HB2 also known as the Levy-Le Pen 
A5652/5653		Donnet-Denhaut seaplane
				French flying boats purchased abroad during
				WW 1 and returned to US in 1919.
A5654			Caproni Ca.30 
				Società Caproni e Comitti. Ca.30
A5655/5656		Sopwith Pup
A5657			Levy-Le Pen HB-2 seaplane
				Hydravions Georges Lévy G.L. 40 HB2 also known as the Levy-Le Pen 
A5658/5659		Sopwith F1 Camel
				Transferred from US Army stocks.
				A5658 (formerly RAF C8228) SOC Dec 1, 1921.  The plane at National 
					Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL may be a reproduction.
A5660			Sopwith Ships Strutter
				Sopwith LCT (Land Clerget Tractor) known as the ‘1 ½ Strutter’ adapted for operation from ships, known as 
					the ‘Ship’s Strutter’.  Shipped to the USA post-war
A5661/5680		Vought VE-7
				Lewis & Vought Corporation Model VE-7 two-seat trainer
A5681/5700		Vought VE-7G
				Lewis & Vought Corporation Model VE-7 with armament
				A5685 built as VE-7GF, Lewis & Vought Corporation Model VE-7G with emergency flotation gear
				A5693 crashed during catapult test Oct 26, 1923, USS California.
A5701/5710		Loening M-8-1
A5711/5712		Martin MBT 
				Torpedo bomber version of Martin MB-1.  MBT - Martin Bomber-Torpedo
				5711 delivered Feb 19 1920.  First assignment to NAS Anacostia Apr 23, 1920.  Transferred to Yorktown, Virginia
					Sep 28, 1920.  Served at MCAS Quantico from Sep 26, 1921 to Dec 28, 1922.  On Dec 28, 1922 it suffered
					a longeron crack that was deemed unrepairable.  SOC Feb 3, 1923.
				5712 in accident Apr 15, 1922 off Hampton Roads, VA.
A5713/5720		Martin MT
				Version of Martin MB-1 for US Marine Corps. MT  =  Martin Torpedo.  Later redesignated TM-1  
A5721/5722		Sopwith 2F1 Camel
				Transferred from US Army stocks
				A5721 SOC 1921
A5723/5724		Sopwith Camel - cancelled
A5725/5728		Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutter
				Sopwith LCT (Land Clerget Tractor) known as the ‘1 ½ Strutter’
					If these were operated from ships, they were probably all ‘Ship’s Strutter’.
				Obtained from US Army
A5729/5730		Sopwith F1 Camel
				Transferred from US Army stocks
A5731/5733		Unknown allocation
A5734/5750		Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutter
				Obtained from US Army.  Sopwith LCT (Land Clerget Tractor) known as the ‘1 ½ Strutter’ adapted for operation 
					from ships, known as the ‘Ship’s Strutter’
				A5737 wrecked on takeoff Mar 4, 1920, USS Arizona, killing a man
					on deck.  The incident was filmed.
				A5738 force landed with engine trouble Apr 6, 1920 and wrecked being
					hoisted aboard USS Sandpiper
				A5739 damaged beyond repair while being hoisted on USS Oklahoma
					at Guantanamo Mar 12, 1920.  SOC Apr 30, 1920
				A5740 wrecked Jan 29, 1920, USS Pennsylvania
				A5749 and A5750 were actually Ships Strutters.
A5751/5752		Parnall Panther
				Built by Bristol, MSN 5889 and 5890.  Parnell & Sons Limited Panther built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company 
					since, after the end of the First World War, Parnall had stopped aircraft manufacture
A5753/5755		Connecticut Aircraft Type AP kite balloon
A5765/5757		Cancelled Gallaudet D-11
A5758/5760		Cancelled Gallaudet D-9
A5761/5786		Loening M-8-1 
				A5777 SOC at Anacostia Feb 1923.
A5787			NAS HS-2L
				Reassembled by NAS Key West, Florida from various Curtiss Model 8 spare parts and assigned 
					new serial number.  To civil registry as NC1135 
A5788/5793		Loening M-8-1S
				A5791	Fitted with small wings and entered in the 1920 Pulitzer race. Flown by a US Marine Corps pilot but 
					withdrawn on last lap with a water leak
A5794/5805		Nieuport 28C-1
				Obtained from Army after Armistice
				A5794 crashed on turret on takeoff from Mar 17, 1920, USS Arizona
				A5796 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
				A5798 lost at sea Mar 18, 1920, USS Nevada. Got lost and force
					landed off Grande Cay, 75 mi from base at Santa Cruz.  Picked
					up but flotation gear did not function properly and plane
					completely wrecked and abandoned.
				A5799 wrecked Jan 28, 1920, USS Nevada
A5806/5807		Loehner K flying boat
				Austrian government flying boats ship to USA. 
				5806 (K-405) believed to have been Hansa-Brandenburg W-13.  SOC
					Jun 16, 1922 
				5807 (K-248) listed as War. Eissler AG Wein XXII.  SOC Mar 15, 1924
A5808			NAS HS-2L 
				Reassembled by NAS Anacostia, Maryland from various Curtiss Model 8 spare parts and assigned new serial
				numbers.
A5809/5814		DH-4B 
				Transferred to Navy from War Department, exchanged for 6 DH-4
				planes at NAF for 6 DH-4B from War Department for use by USMC
				A5811 converted to DH-4Amb1 (ambulance)
				A5812 crashed Port-au-Prince, Haiti Sep 25, 1921
				A5814 crashed Sarte Dau, Haiti Oct 5, 1921
A5815/5829		Caproni Ca.46
				Società Caproni e Comitti. Ca.46.  Were to have been transferred to US Post Office, but never completed.  These
				serials may have later been allocated to a batch of DH-4s.
A5830/5833		Curtiss JN-6H
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 1F.  Transferred from US Army
A5834/5839		DH-4B 
				Transferred to Navy from War Department
				A5837 crashed Port-au-Prince, Haiti Sep 9, 1922
A5840/5842		J. V. Martin KF-1
				J V Martin Aeroplane Company Model K-IV seaplane version of the K-III
				A5841 crashed Hampton Roads, VA Jul 9, 1924
A5843/5848		Fokker D.VII
				Brought to the USA by the US Army and transferred to the US Navy for use by the US Marine Corps. 
					Assigned to MCAS Quantico, VA.  WFU 1924
A5849/5854		Fokker D.VII
				Brought to the USA by the US Army and were to have been transferred to the US Navy for use by the US Marine 
					Corps. Transfer cancelled
A5855/5858		Thomas-Morse S-4C 
				A5858 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
A5859			Curtiss JN-6H
				Curtiss Model 1F.  Transferred from US Army
A5860/5866		Goodyear free balloon
A5867/5869		Junkers-Larsen Aircraft Corporation JL-6
				Junkers-built F-13 all-metal transport assembled in USA by Larsen.
A5870/5884		DH-4B 
				Transferred to Navy from War Department
				A5875 crashed Pensacola, FL Dec 1, 1921
				A5878 accident Feb 20, 1922, Port au Prince, Haiti.
				A5881 accident Feb 10, 1921 Santo Domingo when engine failed
					and dove into ground.  2 killed.  SOC Oct 18, 1921.
				A5882 accident Apr 29, 1922 Santo Domingo City  
				A5883 converted to ambulance and used in Haiti in 1922.
A5885			Naval Aircraft Factory NC-9
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
					NC-9 for Navy/Curtiss.  Built by the Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA.
A5886			Naval Aircraft Factory NC-10
				A joint design between the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and the Naval Aircraft Factory, designated 
					NC-10 for Navy/Curtiss.  Built by the Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, PA
A5887/5889		Fokker C.1
				Fokker C.1 development of the Fokker D.VII with lengthened fuselage and wings.  Brought to the USA for use by 
				the US Marine Corps.  Assigned to MCAS Quantico, VA.
A5890/5898		Curtiss CT-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 24 for US Navy designated CT-1
				A5890 delivered May 1, 1921.  SOC Nov 9, 1923.
				5891/5898 were cancelled.  
A5899/5904		Stout ST-1
				A5899 crashed during a test flight
				Aerofiles suggest that three aircraft were built, although it states that two more were cancelled but 
					lists three serials. “[A5899/5901]. When the prototype crashed after 14 flights, a contract for 
					2 more [A5902/5904] was cancelled.”
A5905/5911		Elias EM-1
				G. Elias & Brothers Model EM for the US Marine Corps designated EM-1
				A5905	Delivered to US Marine Corps 1922
				A5906/5911 delivered as EM-2
				A5906 to McCook Field as P319.  Delivered to US Marine Corps
				A5907/A5911 delivered to US Navy
				A5908 converted to EO-1 observation plane.
A5912/5941		Lewis & Vought VE-7SF
				Lewis & Vought Corporation Model VE-7SF single seat fighter with flotation gear
A5942/5971		Naval Aircraft Factory VE-7 and VE-7-SF
				Lewis & Vought Corporation Model VE-7 two-seat trainer and VE-7SF single seat fighter built by the 
					Naval Aircraft Factory
				5970 converted to VE-9  
A5972			Goodyear dirigible no. D-6
				Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 189,000 cu ft airship with C type envelope and control car built by the 
					Naval Aircraft Factory
				Destroyed by fire Aug 1921.
A5973			Goodyear dirigible no. H-1
				Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 35,000 cu ft H series airship
				Destroyed by fire Aug 31, 1921.
A5974/5975		Dayton-Wright XB-1A transferred from the War Department
				Dayton-Wright Airplane Company Model B-1 development of the Bristol Fighter F.2b redesigned with lighter, 
					all-wood monocoque fuselage for the US Army Air Service.
A5976/5981		Morane-Saulnier AR-1
				2-seat trainers purchased from France
A5982/6001		DH-4B
				Transferred to Navy from War Department
				A5984 accident Jul 31, 1922 San Diego, CA
				A5985 accident Sep 8, 1922 San Diego, CA 
				A5987 accident Apr 22, 1922 San Diego, CA, repaired.  SOC Mar 24, 1923.  	
				A5992 crashed San Diego, CA Sep 8, 1921.	
				A5996 forced landing at sea Apr 14, 1922 off San Diego, CA.
					SOC Jun 16, 1922.
				A5997 in forced landing 6 mi SE of San Diego Bay
					entrance Sep 7, 1922.   SOC Oct 19, 1922. 
				A5998 accident Sep 8, 1922 off San Diego, CA