US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

First Series (A6002 to 9999)


Last revised January 22, 2011


A6002/6004		DH-4B  
				Transfer from War Department cancelled.  Also listed as cancelled Curtiss SA-3 seaplanes
A6005/6007		Macchi M-16
A6008/6009		Fokker FT-1
				Liberty 12A-powered version of NV Fokker-built T II single-
					engined twin-float torpedo monoplane
A6010			Fokker FT-2
				Fokker T.II evaluated by US Navy as FT-1, later modified as FT-2
				A6010 to civil registry as NC5763 in 1927.
A6011/6020		Naval Aircraft Factory VE-7SF
				Lewis & Vought Corporation Model VE-7 two-seat trainer and VE-7SF single seat fighter built by the 
					Naval Aircraft Factory
A6021/6030		Lewis & Vought VE-7SF
				single Seate fighter with flotation gear
A6031			Douglas DT-1
				c/n 101.  Military variant of Cloudster.  In accident Mar 8, 1922 in San Francisco Bay, CA
A6032/6033		Douglas DT-2
				c/n 102/103.  Development of TT-1 as a two-seat torpedo bomber.
				A6032 in accident at NAS Anacostia Jul 19, 1922.
				A6033 first flight Apr 18, 1922.  Assigned to VT-1 then SOC
A6034/6048		Naval Aircraft Factory PT-1
				Built using Curtiss HS-1L stock wings with R-6L fuselage and tails, fitted with Liberty engine.
A6049/6054		Numbers reserved for Austrian government seaplanes which were
				shipped to USA in 1920 but not put into flying condition.
				Aircraft were S-26, R-9, S-32, L-126, A-125, A-87.   All SOC Sep 22, 1921.
A6055			Dornier CsII Dolpphin
				c/n 21.  Built in 1920 at Seemoos and Rohrschach. First flight 24Nov20.  Modified with a longer bow after a 
					landing mishap, named Delphin I after this change.  Purchased in 1921 by US Navy to study all-metal construction, 
					Later modified to Dornier L-I.  
A6056/6057		Blackburn BST-1 Swift
				Blackburn Aircraft Limited Dart, a development of the T.1 Swift.  Export model for US Navy designated as Swift F.  
				A6056 used for tests at NAS Anacostia Oct 1922 to Mar 1923 then stored
					at NAF Philadelphia.  To San Diego for experimental use Jan 1924
					Partially submerged in salt water as result of minor accident
					Oct 23, 1924.  Recovered and used for spares for A6057.  SOC Dec 17, 1924.
				A6057 tested at NAS Anacostia Oct 1922 to Mar 1923.  Then stored at
					NAF Philadelphia.  To San Diego for experimental use Jan 1924.
					SOC at Sand Point Mar 10, 1925.
A6058			Dornier D.1 
				Zeppelin D.I, or Zeppelin-Lindau D.I or Zeppelin D.I (Do) (as named in German documents) was also sometimes 
					referred post-war as the Dornier D.I or Dornier-Zeppelin D.I.  Also reported as a Dornier DO J Wal.
				A6058 is described as a Dornier D.I in Cross & Cockade International 13 No 3 (1982) 
A6059			Naval Aircraft Factory GB-1 "Giant Boat"
				Project canceled in 1921 due to lack of funds—and, to some degree, obsolescense. By then the first prototype 
					was half complete. The completed parts went into storage and were disposed of sometime after 1925
A6060/6070		Thomas-Morse MB-3
				Delivered to the US Marine Corps Feb-Mar 1922 but withdrawn and returned to the US Army as MB-3M trainers
					US Navy Aircraft reports that these were built on an Army contract as 64374/64384 for transfer to the US Navy in 
					1921 and used by the US Marine Corps as advanced trainers.  
					Aerofiles quotes a quantity of 10 Model MB-3 with serials A6060/A6069 [sic].
					Aerofiles quotes a quantity of 10 Model MB-5 [sic] with serials AS64375/AS64384 [sic].
					Aerofiles also quotes a quantity of 10 Model MB-3A for the US Marine Corps in 1921.
					Wikepedia quotes a quantity of 12 Model MB-3 ordered with two being substituted with the MB-7 racing 
					aircraft but also quotes 11 MB-3 aircraft delivered to the US Marine Corps	
A6071			Thomas-Morse MB-7
				The MB-7 was built on the request of the US Navy. They had recently received the Thomas-Morse MB-3, and asked 
					B Douglas Thomas to modify two of them to be racers. The first MB-7 was completed in 1921. It took 
					part in the 1921 Pulitzer Trophy race, but during the race its fuel pump malfunctioned and it crashed 
					and was destroyed by fire when a lighted match by a souvenir hunter which ignited the fuel. The second 
					MB-7 was completed in January 1922. It first flew in 14 April 1922. It competed for the US Navy in the 
					Pulitzer Trophy on 14 October 1922. Piloted by Captain Francis Pat Mulcahy it withdrew after 30 minutes 
					with an overheating engine. It never flew again before being dismantled on 7 January 1925.
					Aerofiles also quotes a Model MB-7 with serial A6070.  Wikepedia quotes a quantity of 2 Model MB-7 substituted 
					from an order for 12 MB-3
A6072			Stout SV-1
				Contract cancelled
A6073			Vickers Viking IV
				Vickers Aircraft Type 54 Viking IV
A6074/6076		Connecticut Aircraft free balloon
				A6074 SOC Jan 31, 1935
				A6075 SOC Aug 31, 1935
				A6076 SOC Aug 31, 1935
A6077/6079		Serials not used
A6080			Curtiss CR-1
				later converted to CR-3 seaplane
A6081			Curtiss CR-2
				Later converted to CR-3 seaplane
				Both CR-1 and CR-2 were designed by the US Navy to compete for the 1921 Pulitzer Trophy Race, but did not compete. 
				The CR-2 was raced by Curtiss as a private entry.
				The CR-1 was converted to CR-2 configuration [retaining CR-1 designation] for 1922 race; as Race #8 came in fourth.
				The CR-2 was also entered for 1922 race; as Race #40 coming in third. 
				Both aircraft converted to CR-3 seaplane in 1923 to compete in the Schneider Trophy Race. A6081, Race #4 won 
					with A6080, Race #3 second. 
				The European entries withdrew from the 1924 race, to be held in the US; rather than win by default the US 
					cancelled the race but set up a series of record attempts. A6081 set a new world closed-course seaplane speed 
					record of 188.07 mph.
				A6081 was not raced in 1925, A6081 was used as a test bed and trainer for the 1926 racing teams with designation CR-4.
A6082			Dayton-Wright WA-1
				SOC Apr 7, 1925
A6083			Dayton-Wright WS-1
				SOC Nov 3, 1923
A6084/6102		Dayton-Wright WA/WD (cancelled)
A6085/6095		Dayton-Wright DT-2
				DW-built version of Douglas DT-2
A6103/6110		Goodyear Type F Kite Balloon
A6111/6112		Goodyear J dirigible
				Numbered J-1 and J-2 respectively.  J-2 was not accepted by US Navy, but control car was delivered and later
				used on J-4
A6113/6192		DH-4B 
				Surplus Liberty Planes remanufactured from surplus US Army stock by Naval Aircraft Factory
				A6119 accident May 22, 1922 San Diego, Calif 
				6134 was DH-4B-2
				A6125 converted to DH-4Amb-1.  A6125 accident May 22, 1922 San Diego, CA 
				A6131 accident Jun 8, 1922 San Diego Bay, CA
				A6135 w/o in Virginia Jan 26, 1925 
				A6141 accident Jul 7, 1922 Encinitas, CA 
				A6143 accident Sep 19, 1922 San Diego Bay, CA 
				A6146 accident May 11, 1922 Dahlgren Field 
				A6150 w/o in Haiti Jan 24, 1925
				A6157 accident Jun 26, 1922 Gettysburg, PA 
				A6184 at USMC Museum, Quantico, VA.
A6193/6247		Curtiss JN-4HT
				Model 1E transferred from War Department
A6248/6270		Curtiss TS-1 
				Curtiss-built version of Naval Aircraft Factory TS-1 
				6251 lost at sea off USS Oklahoma Aug 24, 1926
A6271/6288		Curtiss JN-4HT
				Curtiss Model 1E
A6289/6290		Naval Aircraft Factory BS-1
				Contract cancelled
A6291/6292		Naval Aircraft Factory BS-2
				Contract cancelled
A6293/6294		Naval Aircraft Factory BS-3
				Contract cancelled
A6295/6299		Naval Aircraft Factory BS-1
				Contract cancelled
A6300/6304		Naval Aircraft Factory TS-1
				Designed by the Bureau of Aeronautics/Naval Aircraft Factory and built by the Naval Aircraft Factory 
A6305/6315		Curtiss TS-1
				Curtiss-built version of Naval Aircraft Factory TS-1 
A6316/6325		Naval Aircraft Factory JN-4H
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 1E to have been built by the Naval Aircraft Factory.  Contract cancelled
A6326/6343		Naval Aircraft Factory PT-2
				Built from war surplus parts. Curtiss R-6L fuselage and tails with HS-2L wings; fitted with a Liberty engine.
A6344			Naval Aircraft Factory TG-1
				Naval Aircraft Factory TG-1 seaplane gunnery trainer. Fitted with Liberty engine. Built 1922.  SOC Sep 5, 1924
A6345			Naval Aircraft Factory TG-2
				Naval Aircraft Factory TG-2 seaplane gunnery trainer. Fitted with Liberty engine. Built 1922.  SOC Jan 31, 1928
A6346			Naval Aircraft Factory TG-3
				Naval Aircraft Factory TG-3 seaplane gunnery trainer. Fitted with Aeromarine engine. Built 1922.  SOC Jun 27, 1928
A6347			Naval Aircraft Factory TG-4
				Naval Aircraft Factory TG-4  seaplane gunnery trainer. Fitted with Aeromarine engine. Built 1922.  
					To Boston Trade School Sep 17, 1928
A6348			Naval Aircraft Factory TG-5
				Naval Aircraft Factory TG-5 seaplane gunnery trainer. Fitted with Wright-Hispano engine. Built 1922
				SOC Oct 23, 1926.  Number also allocated to Goodyear airship F-1
A6348			Goodyear airship F-1
A6349/6351		Huff-Daland HN-1
				Huff, Daland & Company Model HN trainer with Wright-Hispano E-2 engine. US Navy version of USAAS AT-1. Delivered 1923
A6352/6401		DH-4B-1 Liberty Plane
				Transferred from War Dept. to U. S. Navy.
				A6368 accident Mar 8, 1923 Choppers Field .  Crashed again Aug 27, 1923 and completely wrecked.  SOC Nov 3, 1923.	
A6402			Handley Page S-1
				Handley Page Type S, later HP.21.  Designated HPS-1 (Handley Page Scout).  First flight Sep 7, 1923.
					Not delivered due to unsolved directional stability problems. Dismantled by manufacturer.
A6403			Handley Page S-2
				Handley Page Type S, later HP.21.  Designated HPS-1 (Handley Page Scout).  First flight Feb 1924
					Incorporated improvements indicated by testing of A6402.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed during full-load 
					tests at Martlesham Heath
A6404			Handley Page S-3
				Handley Page Type S, later HP.21.  Designated HPS-1 (Handley Page Scout).  Seaplane version. 
					Not completed, order cancelled after loss of A6403
A6405/6422		Douglas DT-2
				c/n 106/123.  Douglas Model DT
				A6405	Assigned to VT-2 19Oct22.
				A6406	Assigned to VT-2 Dec 12, 1922.
				A6407	Assigned to VT-2 Dec 12, 1922.
				A6408	Assigned to VT-2 Dec 12, 1922.
				A6409	Assigned to VT-2 Dec 12, 1922.
A6423/6428		Naval Aircraft Factory DT-2
				NAF-built version of Douglas Model DT
				A6423,6424,6427,6428 modified as DT-4.
				A6427 and 6428 later modified as DT-5.
				A6426 loaned to Army for parachute tests as McCook project number P-323
A6429/6430		Bee Line BR-1 Racer
				The Bee Line BR-1 was a racing aircraft used to compete in the 1922 Pulitzer Air Race. The aircraft and its 
					sister ship, the Bee Line BR-2, went to Langley and the NACA in 1926.
A6431/6432		Naval Aircraft Factory NO-1
				Designed by the Bureau of Aeronautics and built by the Naval Aircraft Factory. Built 1924
A6433			Naval Aircraft Factory NO-2
				Designed by the Bureau of Aeronautics and built by the Naval Aircraft Factory. Built 1924
A6434/6435		Caspar U-1 
				Caspar U.1 [aka Caspar-Heinkel U.1] submarine based patrol seaplane.  Delivered to NAS Anacostia, DC 1922.
				A6434 mounted on truck for parade and damaged beyond repair by low-hanging trees Jul 1923
A6436/6444		Naval Aircraft Factory VE-7H
				Lewis & Vought Corporation Model VE-7 two-seat trainer or unarmed observation aircraft built by the Naval 
					Aircraft Factory
A6445			Naval Aircraft Factory racing free balloon
A6446/6447 		Naval Aircraft Factory TS-2
				Designed by the Bureau of Aeronautics/Naval Aircraft Factory as a development of the NAF TS-1
				A6446 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
A6448/6449 		Naval Aircraft Factory TS-3
				Designed by the Bureau of Aeronautics/Naval Aircraft Factory as a development of the NAF TS-1
				A6449	Modified as the TR-2 and entered in the 1922 Curtiss Marine Trophy race. Used as a high speed trainer 
					for the 1923 Schneider Cup team
A6450/6451		Naval Aircraft Factory NM-1
				A6451 cancelled
A6452/6454		Martin M2O-1
				Martin-built version of Naval Aircraft Factory NO-1
A6455/6460		Martin MO-1
				Bureau of Aeronautics design for a three seat observation seaplane contracted built by Glenn L. Martin with 
					serials A6521/A6526
A6461/6481		Vought VE-9
				Lewis & Vought Corporation Model VE-7 with minor detail changes
				A6461/A6464 converted to VE-9H unarmed observation aircraft.
				A6461 crashed Sep 8, 1925.  SOC Dec 23, 1925
				A6462 SOC Feb 27, 1928
				A6463 SOC Jul 13, 1923.
				A6464 wrecked on USS Maryland Jul 31, 1923.  SOC Oct 4, 1923.
				A6478 originally intended as UF-1 Fighter but built as UO-1 unarmed observation aircraft.
				A6463 wrecked in catapult launch Jul 1923
A6482/6499		Vought UO-1
				Chance Vought Corporation Model VE7/9 improved as the UF-1 fighter but reclassified before delivery as the UO-1 
					unarmed observation aircraft
				A6486 SOC Jan 1929.  To BuAer for catapult tests.
A6500/6505		Curtiss CS-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 31
				A6501 sent to Glenn L. Martin as pattern for their production of the SC=1
				A6502 converted to CS-2 prototype
				A6503 converted to XSC-7
A6506			NAS HS-2L 
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 8 built from spare parts by NAS Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone and 
					reassigned new serial number.
A6507/6513		Naval Aircraft Factory HS-2L 
				Curtiss Model 8 reassembled by NAF from various spare parts and reassigned new serial numbers.
A6514			DH-4B 
				Surplus Liberty Plane remanufactured by Naval Aircraft Factory fro surplus US Army stock
A6515/6520		Cox-Klemm XS-1
				Bureau of Aeronautics design for a single seat scouting seaplane contracted to the Cox-Klemin [sic] Aircraft 
					Corporation. Designed to be assembled and disassembled for operation from submarines, trials being carried 
					out on the submarine S-1.
				A6519 fitted with experimental Kinner engine and redesignated XS-2
A6521/6526		Martin MS-1
				Bureau of Aeronautics design for a single seat scouting seaplane contracted to the Glenn L. Martin Company. 
					Designed to be assembled and disassembled for operation from submarines, trials being carried out on 
					the submarine S-1
A6527			Naval Aircraft Factory free balloon
A6528/6542		NAS N-9H
				Curtiss Model 5 remanufactured by NAS Pensacola, Florida from various spare parts and assigned new serial numbers.
A6543/6544 		Wright NW-1
				Built for the 1922 Pulitzer Trophy Race 
				A6543 first flight Oct 11, 1922.  Crashed into Lake St Clair, Michigan Oct 14, 1922.
					Pilot escaped serious injuries.   Used as a test bed for the Wright Tornado engine. Modified 
					as the NW-2 for the 1923 Schneider Cup race, but did not compete after a shattered propeller blade 
					tore its float during trial runs 
				A6544 first flight Dec 1922.  Converted to NW-2 in 1923.  Crashed off coast of
					Cowes, UK Sep 1923 due to engine failure.  Pilot escaped serious injuries.
A6545			Curtiss JN-4HG
				Built from spare parts at MCAS Port au Prince
A6546/6551		Vought UO-1
				Chance Vought Corporation Model VE7/9 improved as the UF-1 fighter but reclassified before delivery as the 
					UO-1 unarmed observation aircraft
				A6546 converted to UO-2 single-seat racer.  Later converted to two=seat utility aircraft.
A6552			Dornier "Libelle" 
				The Dornier Libelle ("Dragonfly I"), also designated Do A.  Listed as cancelled
A6553/6556		NAS HS-2L 
				Reassembled by NAS San Diego, California from various Curtiss Model 8 spare parts and reassigned new
					serial numbers.
A6557/6559		NAS F-5L 
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 8 built from spare parts by NAS Hampton Roads, VA
A6560/6562		Huff-Daland HO-1
				Huff, Daland & Company Model HN-1 unarmed observation version designated HO-1. Delivered 1923
A6563/6582		Douglas DT-2
				c/n 124/143.  Douglas Model DT
				A6577 loaned to Army for parachute tests as McCook Field project number P-351
				A6579 SOC Nov 21, 1928
				A6581 modified as DT-6.  SOC Jan 1927
A6583/6602		Lowe-Willard-Fowler DT-2
				LWF-built version of Douglas DT-2
 				A6593	Modified as SDW-1 long-range scout floatplanes by Dayton-Wright Airplane Company
				A6596	Modified as SDW-1 long-range scout floatplanes by Dayton-Wright Airplane Company
				A6597	Modified as SDW-1 long-range scout floatplanes by Dayton-Wright Airplane Company
A6603/6615		Vought UO-1
				Chance Vought Corporation Model VE7/9 improved as the UF-1 fighter but reclassified before delivery as the 
					UO-1 unarmed observation aircraft
				A6611 spun in and crashed Jun 11, 1924, USS Detroit
A6616/6617		Naval Aircraft Factory PN-7
				A development by the Naval Aircraft Factory of the Curtiss F-5L. To have been the F-7L but delivered as the PN-7
A6618/6632		NAS N-9H
				Curtiss Model 5 remanufactured by NAS Pensacola, Florida from various spare parts and assigned new
					serial numbers.
A6633/6662		Martin MO-1
				Bureau of Aeronautics design for a three seat observation seaplane contracted built by Glenn L. Martin 
					with serials A6521/A6526
A6663 		Lowe-Willard-Fowler MO-1
A6664/6688		Lowe-Willard-Fowler MO-1 
				Contract cancelled
A6689/6690		Curtiss F4C-1
				Designed by the Bureau of Aeronautics/Naval Aircraft Factory as a development of the NAF TS-1. Built under 
					contract by the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation
A6691/6692		Curtiss R2C-1
				A6691 and A6692 were built for the 1923 Pulitzer Trophy Race to seek redress for the Army's win in the 1922 
					race; they were developments of the Army R-6.
				A6691 sold to US Army as 23-1235 after 1923 Pulitzer Trophy Race    
				A6692, race #9, won the race; A6691, race #10, was second. A6692 later raised the world’s speed record a 
					couple of times. 
				A6692 was converted to a floatplane for the 1924 Schneider Trophy Race [which was cancelled]. It was used 
					as a trainer for the 1925 Schneider race and  crashed Aug 13, 1926 when being used again as a 
					trainer for the 1926 race.
A6693/6695		Naval Aircraft Factory N2N-1
A6696			Larson JL-6				
				Junkers-built F-13 all-metal transport assembled in USA by Larsen.
A6697			NAS F-5L 
				Assembled from Curtiss Model 8 spare parts at NAS San Diego
A6698/6700		Goodyear free balloon
A6701/6703		Huff-Daland HN-2
				Huff, Daland & Company Model HN trainer with Lawrance J-1 engine. US Navy version of USAAS AT-1. Delivered 1923
A6704/6705		Vought VE-9W
				Chance Vought Corporation Model VE7 development designated VE-9 fitted with the Wright E-3 engine.  Contract cancelled
A6706/6729		Vought UO-1
				Chance Vought Corporation Model VE7/9 improved as the UF-1 fighter but reclassified before delivery as the UO-1 
					unarmed observation aircraft
				A6708 crashed in 1925
				A6729 converted to UO-5 fitted with UO-3/FU-1 wing and Wright J-5 engine
A6730			Dayton-Wright TW-3
				Dayton-Wright Chummy development designated TW-3
A6731/6732		Curtiss CS-2
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 31
				A6731 converted to CS-3
A6733/6742		NAS N-9H
				Curtiss Model 5 remanufactured by NAS Pensacola, Florida from various spare parts and assigned new
					serial numbers.
A6743/6744		Wright F2W-1
				Wright Aeronautical Corporation F2W racing aircraft used to compete in the 1923 Pulitzer Air Race
				A6743 crashed on landing during trials and DBR
				A6744 modified as F2W-2 with twin floats in 1924.  Crashed during testing.
A6745/6747		Longren L-3
				Purchased to test performance of molded fiber construction.
				A6745 to McCook Field as P-367.  Surveyed
A6748			Wright WP-1
				Dornier Do H Falke built by Dornier in Switzerland. Imported by the Wright Aeronautical Company and entered 
					in a 1923 US Navy fighter competition as the Wright WP-1 [Wright Pursuit]
A6749			Boeing VNB-1
				C/n 518.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 21. Modified to NB-1
A6750/6768		Boeing NB-1
				C/n 671/689.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 21
A6769/6798		Boeing NB-2
				C/n 690/719.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 21
A6799			Naval Aircraft Factory PN-8
				A development of the NAF PN-7 with metal hull construction and Packard 1A-2500 engines
				Wrecked while being transported fully-assembled on deck of USS
					West Virginia Mar 13, 1927 when hit by heavy seas and DBR.
A6800			Martin N2M-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 66 Night Mail Plane developed as the Model N2M primary trainer
A6801/6835		Martin SC-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 31 reverse engineered and built by Glenn L. Martin Company
				A6834 converted to SC-6
				A6835 converted to XSC-6
A6836/6857		Boeing NB-1
				C/n 753/774.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 21.
				6856 converted to NB-3 - later reconverted
				    back to NB-1 configuration
				6857 converted to NB-4 - later reconverted
				    back to NB-1 configuration.
A6858/6877		Vought UO-1
				Chance Vought Corporation Model VE7/9 improved as the UF-1 fighter but reclassified before delivery as 
					the UO-1 unarmed observation aircraft
				A6860 and A6866 converted to UO-5 with UO-3/FU-1 wing and Wright J-5 engine
				A6870 crashed at Guantanamo Bay Sep 29, 1925, USS Detroit.
					SOC Dec 23, 1925.
A6878			Naval Aircraft Factory PN-8
				A development of the NAF PN-7 with metal hull construction and Packard 1A-2500 engines. Converted to 
					PN-9 with redesigned tail and engine nacelles
A6879/6880		Loening OL-1
A6881			Boeing PB-1
				Boeing Model 15.  Later converted to PB-2 by Naval Aircraft Factory
A6882/6883		Boeing OB-1
				Boeing Model 15.  Contract cancelled
A6884/6893		Boeing FB-1
				C/n 738/747.  Boeing Model 15
A6894/6895		Boeing FB-2
				C/n 748/749.  Boeing Model 53
A6896			Boeing FB-4
				C/n 751.  Boeing Model 54.  Modified as FB-6
A6897			Boeing FB-3
				C/n 750.  Boeing Model 55
A6898/6927		Boeing O2B-1
				C/n 619/648.  de Havilland DH.4 built in USA as DH-4 with a Liberty engine. DH-4M1 is a rebuilt version 
					by the Boeing Airplane Company of the DH-4 for the US Air Service. For the US Marine Corps as O2B-1.
				6924/6927 converted to O2B-2
A6928/6967		Martin SC-2
				Martin-built version of Curtiss Model 31
A6968/6976		Curtiss F6C-1
				Model 34 Hawk.  Last 4 converted to F6C-2 before delivery
				A6968 converted to prototype F6C-4. Later converted to XF6C-5.  W/o in landing accident at Jones' Farm, 
					Hampton, VA Dec 17, 1929.
				A6969 in National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
				A6970 and A6972 converted to F6C-3
A6977			LePere-LUSAC 11 
				Packard Motor Car Company Packard LePere LUSAC-11 (Lepère United States Army Combat) transferred from USAAC, 
					ex 42149. SOC Jun 30, 1927
A6978			Curtiss R3C-1
				Later fitted with twin floats as R3C-2.  Later fitted with V-1500 engine as R3C-4
A6979			Curtiss R3C-1
				For U. S. Army for 1925 racing season.  Flown under Navy designation of R3C-1 and Navy serial number.
				Won 1925 Pulitzer Trophy Race.  Later converted to floatplane as R3C-2
				Won 1925 Schneider trophy, flown by James H. Doolittle.  Competed in 1926 Schneider race, coming in second.
				Preserved in Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.  There is a suggestion that it was A7054 that 
				was allocated to the Army, and that it this aircraft in the National Air and Space Museum.
A6980/6983		Loening OL-2
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation US Navy development of USAAS OA-1. Delivered 1925 for the 
					US Navy Arctic Expedition
A6984/7023		Vought UO-1
				Chance Vought Corporation Model VE7/9 improved as the UF-1 fighter but reclassified before delivery as the 
					UO-1 unarmed observation aircraft
				A6988, A6997, A6999 converted to UO-5 fitted with UO-3/FU-1 wing and Wright J-5 engine	
				A7005, A7010/7012, A7016 converted to UO-5
				A7009 crashed at Bakersfield, CA Mar 29, wreck donated to Oceanside High School.
A7024/7026		Boeing TB-1
				C/n 834/836.  Development of T3M
				A7024 crashed and sank off Laguna Beach, CA on delivery flight Jun 1927.
A7027 		Naval Aircraft Factory XTN-1
				Designed by the NAF, the Douglas Aircraft Company was given a contract to build three production 
					aircraft designated XT2D-1, A7051/A7053 [qv]
A7028/7029		Naval Aircraft Factory PN-10
				Development of NAF PN-9
A7030			Loening OL-2
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation US Navy development of USAAS OA-1. Delivered 1925 for the US 
					Navy Arctic Expedition
A7031/7050		Vought UO-1
				Chance Vought Corporation Model VE7/9 improved as the UF-1 fighter but reclassified before delivery as 
					the UO-1 unarmed observation aircraft
				A7035, A7038 converted to UO-5, fitted with UO-3/FU-1 wing and Wright J-5 engine
				A7033 to McCook Field as P-442
A7051/7053		Douglas T2D-1
				Naval Aircraft Factory T2D-1 contract built by the Douglas Aircraft Company as the XT2D-1.
				Assigned to VT-2, USS Langley
				A7051	First flight Jan 27, 1927. Assigned to NAS Hampton Roads, VA, Mar 1927 for fitment of floats. 
					To NAS Anacostia, DC, for service trials.
A7054			Curtiss R3C-1 
				Later fitted with twin floats as R3C-2 Later fitted with Packard 2A-1500 engine
				as R3C-3.  Now part of NASM collection and is on display.
A7055/7058		Loening OL-3
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation. Development of the OL-1. Used for first Alaskan Aerial Survey, 1928
A7059/7064		Loening OL-4
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation. Same as OL-3 but with Liberty engine
A7065/7088		Martin T3M-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company. Development of the Martin SC-1. Wright T-3B engine
A7089/7090		Boeing FB-3
				C/n 802/803.  Boeing Model 55
A7091/7100		NAS N-9H
				Curtiss Model 5 remanufactured by NAS Pensacola, Florida from various spare parts and assigned new
				serial numbers.
A7101/7127		Boeing FB-5
				C/n 807/833.  Boeing Model 67
				A7104 (c/n 810) deployed with Marine Corps in USA and China
				A7114 (c/n 820) reported Summer 2008 at NASM, Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, VA
				A7126 on display at Planes of Fame, Chino, California.
A7128/7162		Curtiss F6C-3
				Curtiss Model 34 Hawk
				A7128 delivered Sep 7, 1926 and wrecked at NAS Anacostia Apr 13, 1927.
				A7132 (VF-5) w/o at Norfolk AAF, VA Nov 9, 1927.
				A7138 to VB-1B, then to Aviation Mechanics School, Great Lakes.
				A7144 modified for racing - later modified as F6C-6.  SOC Dec 1931.  
				A7145 served with VF-5 then VJ-4.  SOC Apr 1932.
				A7146 assigned to VF-1M Quantico then Maxwell Field.  SOC Jun 16, 1932
				A7147 won Curtiss Marine Trophy in 1930.  Later converted to XF6C-6 as a monoplane racer for the 1930
					Thompson Trophy Race during which it crashed.
				7136 delivered for test work as XF6C-3
A7163/7202		Consolidated NY-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Derived from the Dayton-Wright Company TW-3
A7203/7204		Douglas OD-1
				c/n 278/279.  Version of O-2C for US Marine Corps.  Assigned to VO-1M, later assigned to VJ-7 
A7205/7220		Consolidated NY-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Derived from the Dayton-Wright Company TW-3
A7221/7222		Vought O2U-1 Corsair
A7223			Wright XF3W-1 Apache
				Wright Aeronautical Company F3W-1 Apache experimental carrier based fighter built to demonstrate the 
					Wright P-1 Simoon engine.  Delivered to the US Navy designated XF3W [sic], engine replaced with a 
					P&W R-1340. First flight 5May26. Used as an engine test bed.  On 6 September 1926, the XF3W set 
					the world altitude record for seaplanes of 38,500 ft. On 6 April 1930, it set the landplane 
					altitude record of 43,166 ft. The XF3W was also fitted with a single centreline float to 
					evaluate the concept of basing floatplanes on battleships.  SOC Feb 1935.
A7224/7323		Martin T3M-2
				Glenn L. Martin Company. Development of the Martin T3M-1 with Packard 3A-2500 engine
				7224 converted to XT3M-3 with Pratt and Whitney Hornet engine.  Later convered by Naval Aircraft Factor
					to XT3M-4 with Wright R-1750 Cyclone engine.
A7324/7350		Loening OL-6
				Development of OL-3
				A7335 converted to XOL-7
				A7344 converted to XOL-8
A7351/7360		Consolidated NY-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Derived from the Dayton-Wright Company TW-3
A7361/7380		Vought FU-1
				Chance Vought Corporation Model UO-3 ordered as a single seat observation aircraft, redesignated before 
					delivery as the FU-1 fighter
A7381			Goodyear R-type kite balloon transferred from USAAC
				
A7382			Goodyear TC no J-3 
				Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 210,000 cu ft airship with J type envelope fitted with the control car 
				transferred from US Army TC-2 airship.  Sent out from NAS Lakehurst,NJ to search for USS Akron survivors,
				experienced engine failure, ditched in surf of New Jersey shore Apr 4, 1933.  2 crew killed.
A7383/7384		Naval Aircraft Factory PN-12
				NAF PN-10 aircraft completed during production as the PN-12.
					Both aircraft set distance, speed, duration and payload records during 1928
A7385			Boeing XF2B-1
				C/n 805.  Boeing Model 69.  First flight Nov 3, 1926
A7386/7389		Goodyear free balloon
A7390/7392		Goodyear TC dirigible
			US Navy Aircraft states that none of the four ex Army TC series airships were given BuNos. Only two were operated 
				by the US Navy
			TC-10	transferred from US Army Jul 1937. Similar to US Navy J series airship. Not operated by US Navy
			TC-11	transferred from US Army Jul 1937. Similar to US Navy J series airship. Not operated by US Navy
			TC-13	transferred from US Army Jul 1937. Built by Goodyear 1934. Assigned Feb 1942 to ZP-32 at NAS Moffett Field, 
				Sunnyvale, CA. Scrapped 1943
			TC-14	transferred from US Army Jul 1937. Envelope built by Air Cruisers; control car built by Mercury Corporation. 
				Assigned Feb 1942 to ZP-32 at NAS Moffett Field, Sunnyvale, CA. Scrapped 1943
A7393/7423		Curtiss F6C-4
				Model 34 Hawk
				7393 used for test work as XF6C-4.  Later fitted with P&W Hornet
					engine as XF6C-5.  SOC as DBR Jul 22, 1927
				7394 SOC at San Diego Nov 29, 1932
				7403 converted to XF6C-7 to serve as test bed
				for Ranger SGV-770 engine.
A7424/7455		Boeing F2B-1
				C/n 904/935.  Boeing Model 69
A7456/7525		Consolidated NY-2
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-1
A7526			Ford XJR-1
				Ford Motor Company Model 4-AT. Tested at NAS Anacostia, DC, 1928, written off Apr 1930
A7527			Naval Aircraft Factory PN-11
				A development by the Naval Aircraft Factory of the Curtiss F-5L with wider hull.
					Temporary designation as P2N-1, later XP4N-1
				Delivered Nov 26, 1929.  Caught fire at NAS Anacostia, Washington, DC and destroyed Nov 14, 1929.
A7528/7560		Vought O2U-1 Corsair
				A7536 with VO-3S on USS Raleight (CL-7)
A7561/7563		Atlantic TA-1
				Navy version of Fokker F.VIIA trimotor airliner.  Used by
					USMC Expeditionary Force in Nicarague.
				Redesignated RA-1 and then RA-3
A7564			de Havilland XDH-60
				de Havilland Cirrus II Moth c/n 372 purchased in 1927 for use by the US
					Naval Attache in London.  Sold at end of 1928.  Registered as G-AADB Apr 2, 1935.  Crashed near Eastleigh,
					England Jun 29, 1937.  Registration cancelled Sep 1, 1937
A7565			Romeo Ro.1
				Fokker C.VE licence built by Officine Ferroviarie Meridionali as the Romeo Ro.1
				Used by US Naval Attache in Rome in 1928
A7566			Martin XT4M-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 74. Development of the Martin XT3M-4. First flight Apr 1927
A7567/7586		Vought O2U-1 Corsair
A7587/7595		Douglas T2D-1
				Naval Aircraft Factory T2D-1 contract built by the Douglas Aircraft Company.
				Assigned to NAS Pearl Harbor
A7596/7649		Martin T4M-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 74. Development of the Martin XT3M-4
A7650/7652		Curtiss XN2C-1 Fledgling
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 48
				Later redesigned N2C-1 Jul 1, 1928
A7653			Curtiss XF7C-1
				First flight Feb 28, 1927
A7654/7670		Curtiss F7C-1
				Delivered to US Marine Corps VF-5M at Quantico, VA
				A7667 on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
A7671/7672		Curtiss XF8C-1 Falcon
				Model 37C
				7671 became F8C-1 and then OC-1.  Served with VO-10M in China and later with VO-8M
				7672 became OC-1 briefly before becoming XOC-3 in 1930.  Soc Apr 1932
A7673			Curtiss XF8C-2 Helldiver
				Model 49
				Original prototype first flew Nov 1928 and was lost during test flight Dec 3, 1928.  Replaced by
					another aircraft with same serial number Aug 1929.
A7674			Boeing XF3B-1
				C/n 878.  Boeing Model 74.  First flight Mar 2, 1927.  Converted to Model 77 as F3B-1.  First flight Feb 3, 1928
A7675/7691		Boeing F3B-1
				C/n 938/954.  Boeing Model 77
A7692			Vought XF2U-1
				A7692 SOC Mar 1931
A7693/7707		Consolidated NY-2
			Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-1

A7708/7763		Boeing F3B-1
				C/n 955/1010.  Boeing Model 74
A7764/7795		Consolidated NY-2
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-1
A7796/7831		Vought O2U-1 Corsair
A7832/7851		Loening OL-8
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation. Development of the OL-6 with a P&W Wasp radial engine	
				A7843 damaged beyond repair on USS Utah Sep 4, 1928
A7852/7899		Martin T4M-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 74. Development of the Martin XT3M-4.
A7900/7940		Vought O2U-1 Corsair
A7941/7943		Keystone XNK-1
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation Pup training aircraft. Prototype development for the US Navy
A7944			Eberhart XFG-1 
				Eberhart Aeroplane & Motor Company Model FG Comanche prototype fighter
				Tested on wheels as the XFG-1. Aircraft later fitted with a single float as the XF2G-1. Destroyed during testing
				SOC Mar 1928.
A7945/7948		Curtiss F8C-1 Falcon
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 37C Falcon
				For US Marine Corps, delivered Jan 1928.  Redesignated OC-1.
				A7947 surveyed Apr 1935.
A7949/7969		Curtiss F8C-3 Falcon
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 37C Falcon
				For US Marine Corps, redesignated at delivery as OC-2
				A7952 scrapped Oct 1935.
				A7956 DBR at San Diego May 19, 1930.  SOC.
A7970/7977		Consolidated NY-2
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-1
A7978			Fairchild XJQ-1
				Fairchild FC-2 acquired by Navy.
				Later converted to XJQ-2 and then to XRQ-2
A7979/8003		Douglas PD-1
				Douglas-built version of Naval Aircraft Factory PN-12.
				7989 (VP-6) lost in Pacific Ocean off Hawaii Jun 30, 1930.			
A8004			Hall XPH-1
				Hall Aluminum Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NAF PN-11.  SOC Apr 28, 1933.
A8005			Sikorsky XPS-1
				Sikorsky Manufacturing Corporation S-38, evaluated as a patrol aircraft
A8006			Naval Aircraft Factory XPN-11
				A development by the Naval Aircraft Factory of the Curtiss F-5L with wider hull. 
A8007/8008		Atlantic TA-2
				Built by Atlantic Aircraft Corporation. Modified Fokker F.VIIA with wider fuselage and longer wing.
					Engines replaced with Wright J-6-9; redesignated RA-3
A8009			Hall XFH-1
				Hall Aluminum Aircraft Corporation Model FH shipboard fighter.  First flight Sep 25, 1929. Final flight in 
				early 1930 when it was ditched (with its undercarriage still attached) after engine failure 
				and floated for 40 minutes before recovery
A8010			Boeing XN2B-1
				C/n 1038.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 81.  Delivered Jun 21, 1928 to NAS Anacostia
A8011			Consolidated XPY-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation XPY-1 Admiral prototype, designed by the Bureau of Aeronautics. First flight 
				at NAS Anacostia, DC, Jan 10, 1929.  Production aircraft built by Glenn L. Martin Company as the P3M
				At one stage, fitted with extra engine above wing center section.  Removed
				Apr 1932 as did not improve performance.
A8012			Atlantic XJA-1
				Fokker Super Universal transport c/n 811 used by US Navy for evaluation but not purchased and was returned
				to the manufacturer.  Became NC340K, then CF-ATW.  DBR when struck rock at Cambridge Bay, NEW Apr 5, 1934.
A8013/8017		Consolidated NY-2
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-1
A8018			Atlantic TA-2
				Navy version of Fokker F.VIIA trimotor -
				Redesignated RA-2 and then RA-3
A8019			Consolidated XN2Y-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Fleet I trainer
A8020/8050		Curtiss N2C-1 Fledgling
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 48
A8051			Martin XT5M-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 125. Prototype of the Bureau of Aeronautics design No. 77. Production aircraft 
				built as the BM-1.  Damaged during terminal dive Oct 15, 1929, lower starboard wing
				caved in, ripping extensive hole.  Plane landed safely.  SOC May 31, 1934
A8052			Naval Aircraft Factory XT2N-1
				Prototype of the Bureau of Aeronautics design No. 77
A8053/8068		Keystone NK-1
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation Pup training aircraft development for the US Navy
A8069/8088		Loening OL-8A
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation. Development of the OL-8 with arrestor gear for carrier operation
A8089/8090		Sikorsky XPS-2
				Sikorsky Manufacturing Corporation S-38A.  Assigned to VJ-1B in 1929.  Redesignated XRS-2 in 1930
				A8089 (c/n 14-8) withdrawn from use by Nov 1933
				A8090 (c/n 14-9) delivered Jan 1928, withdrawn from use by Nov 1933
A8091/8127		Vought O2U-2 Corsair
			A8094, A8102, A8109, A8111, A8119, A8124 allocated to US Coast Guard 
				May 1934 as 301/306.
A8128/8129		Boeing XF4B-1
				Boeing-owned, neither bore military markings nor civil registrations on first flight and during Navy 
					testing.  Although they were not formally Navy property, they were referred to as XF4B-1s 
					administratively. Both private venture prototypes were returned to the factory and were re-worked 
					to production Model 99 F-4B-1s.  They were subsequently purchased by the Navy as additional items, 
					with serials A-8128 (ex Model 89) and A-8129 (ex Model 83).
				A8128 (c/n 1040) Former Boeing Model 89, ex NX7134, . First flight 7Aug28 at NAS Anacostia, DC. XF4B-1 
					later converted to production standard as F4B-1.
                        A8129 (c/n 1039) Former Boeing Model 83, ex NX7133, First flight 25Jun28 at Seattle.  XF4B-1 later 
					converted to production standard as F4B-1.
A8130/8156		Boeing F4B-1
				C/n 1110/1136. Boeing Model 99
				8133 modified as F4B-1A executive aircraft for use by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy
A8157			Atlantic TA-3
				Built by Atlantic Aircraft Corporation. Modified Fokker F.VIIA with wider fuselage and longer wing-
				Redesignated RA-3
A8158/8172		Consolidated NY-2A
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Gunnery trainer development of the NY-1
A8173/8182		Consolidated NY-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Derived from the Dayton-Wright Company TW-3
A8183/8192		Consolidated NY-2
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-1
A8193/8272		Vought O2U-3 Corsair
				A8203 crashed Jun 15, 1932 at Hampton Roads, Virginia.  2 killed.
A8273/8274		Ford JR-2
				Ford Motor Company Model 4-AT-E. Assigned to US Marine Corps designated as JR-2, later RR-2
				A8273 to McCook Field as P-589 
A8275/8276		Loening XHL-1
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation, Loening Aeronautical Division. Development of the OL-8 for ambulance duties
A8277/8281		Meadowcroft free balloon
				Meadowcraft Balloon & Airship Company
A8282			Aircraft Development Corp. ZMC-2 dirigible
				Designed and developed 1922. One ship ordered 1926. First flown August 1929, delivered Sept. 1929. Last 
				flight was made on Aug. 19, 1939. Later after being used for ground tests, scrapped in 1941.
 				The MC in the designation stood for Metal Clad and the digit for the capacity of 200,000 cu. ft.
A8283			Consolidated XN3Y-1 
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-2 with Wright R-790-A engine
A8284/8287		Sikorsky PS-3
				Sikorsky Manufacturing Corporation S-38B.  Redesignated RS-3 in 1930
				A8285 (c/n 114-15 ?)
				A8286 (c/n 214-9)
				A8287 (c/n 114-17 ?)
A8288			Berliner-Joyce XFJ-1
				Berliner-(Temple Nash) Joyce Aircraft Company Model FJ designated XFJ-1
				First flight May30. Damaged during testing. 
				Rebuilt as the XFJ-2. First flight May 22, 1931
A8289/8313		Martin PM-1
				Production version of Naval Aircraft Factory PN-12.
				8294 collided with OJ2 A9191 and crashed near Boeing MAP
					Seattle, WA Nov 3, 1937. 
A8314			Curtiss XF8C-4 Helldiver
				Second prototype
A8315/8356		Vought O2U-4 Corsair
				A8325 sunk in tideway and swept out to sea Nov 20, 1930
				A8331 crashed Feb 2, 1933 off Oahu, Hawaii.  1 killed, 1 injured.
				A8351 crashed in Norfolk area Sep 28, 1936
A8357			Keystone XOK-1
				Keystone-Loening Model OK prototype built to Bureau of Aeronautics Design No. 86
				Disintegrated in dive during tests Apr 15, 1931.
A8358			Martin XP2M-1
				c/n 119.  Development of Conslidated XPY-1, designed by Consolidated, but contract given to lowest
				bidder, Martin.  Initially fitted with 3 engines as XP2M-1, Later tested with two engines and unofficially
				recorded as XP2M-2
A8359			Berliner-Joyce XOJ-1
				Berliner-Joyce Aircraft Company Model OJ prototype built to Bureau of Aeronautics Design No. 86
				SOC at NAF Oct 31,1936
A8360/8400		Consolidated NY-2
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-1
A8401/8410		Consolidated NY-2A
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Gunnery trainer development of the NY-1
A8411			Martin XT6M-1
A8412/8414		Martin P3M-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company. Development of the Consolidated XPY-1, fitted with two P&W R-1340-38 engines
				A8412 converted to P3M-2.  Retired to Trade School, Jacksonville
					Apr 1942
				A8413 converted to P3M-2.  SOC Apr 9, 1942
				A8414 converted to P3M-2.  SOC Nov 29, 1941
A8415/8420		Martin P3M-2
				Glenn L. Martin Company. Development of the Consolidated XPY-1, fitted with two P&W R-1690-32 Hornet engines
				A8415 SOC Feb 29, 1940
				A8416 retired to Naval Training School, Chicago as ground
					instructional airframe Apr 9, 1942
				A8417 SOC Mar 31, 1941
				A8418 SOC Aug 30, 1941
				A8419 SOC Nov 29, 1941
				A8420 SOC Nov 30, 1939
A8421/8445		Curtiss F8C-4 Helldiver
			Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 49B
				Early examples used by VF-1B aboard USS Saratoga.
A8446/8456		Curtiss F8C-5 Helldiver
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 49B.   Later redesignated O2C-1
				A8446 & A8447 were modified with wing flaps and leading edges slats. Tested by Curtiss as 
					XF8C-6 [Curtiss Model L-117-5], later converted to standard and designated F8C-5 / O2C-1.
				A8456 crashed at Ashland, KY Apr 15, 1935.
A8457			Ford JR-3
				Ford Motor Company Model 5-AT-C. Assigned to US Navy designated as JR-3, later RR-3
				Model 5-AT-C purchased by US Navy
A8458/8475		Great Lakes TG-1
				Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation. Martin T4M-1 produced after the takeover of Martin's Cleveland factory 
					by the Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation
				A8469 crashed Jan 11, 1932 near San Ysidro, California.  1 killed, 1 injured.
A8476			Goodyear free balloon  
A8477/8481		Martin PM-1
				Production version of Naval Aircraft Factory PN-12
A8482			Naval Aircraft Factory XP4N-1
				Naval Aircraft Factory PN-11. A development by the Naval Aircraft Factory of the Curtiss F-5L with wider hull.
				Temporary designation as P2N-1, later XP4N-1
A8483/8484		Naval Aircraft Factory PN-11
				A development by the Naval Aircraft Factory of the Curtiss F-5L with wider hull.
				Temporary designation as P2N-1, later XP4N-2
A8485			Bristol Bulldog II
				Bristol Aeroplane Company Type 105 Bulldog Mk IIA (c/n 7358) purchased by US Navy for tests as dive bomber.  
				Delivered Nov 1929.  Crashed during flight tests
				during terminal velocity dive at NAS Anacostia.  Pilot killed. 
A8486			Fairchild XJ2Q-1
				Fairchild Model 71. Commercial transport bought by the US Navy for evaluation 
A8487/8506		Consolidated NY-3
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NY-2 with Wright R-760-94 engines
A8507/8524		Keystone PK-1
				Production version of Naval Aircraft Factory PN-12
A8525			Loening XO2L-1
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Company development of the OL-8
A8526/8545		Curtiss N2C-2 Fledgling
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 48
				A8529 on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
A8546			Prufling glider
				Rhön-Rossitten Gesellschaft (RRG) Prüfling
				Bought from the American Motorless Aviation Corporation for experiments in launching gliders from airships. 
				First release from the Los Angeles was Jan 1931
A8547/8582		Vought O3U-1
				I have seen a photo of an O3U-1 with serial 8585, so the range quoted here is questionable.
A8583/8588		New Standard NT-1
				New Standard Model D-29 developed for the US Navy and fitted with a Kinner B-5 engine, designated NT-1
				8588 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
A8589/8597		Curtiss F8C-5 Helldiver
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 49B.  Later redesignated O2C-1
A8598/8599		Ford JR-3
				Ford Motor Company Model 5-AT-C. Assigned to US Marine Corps designated as JR-3, later RR-3
				A8598 crashed Aug 4, 1930
				A8599 crashed Mar 22, 1933
A8600/8605		Consolidated N2Y-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Fleet I trainer
				Served as familiarisation trainers for ‘skyhook’ pilots with the USS Akron and USS Macon
				A8602 converted to XN2Y-2 seaplane
				A8605 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
A8606			Loening XO2L-2
				Loening Aeronautical Engineering Company development of the OL-8
A8607			Bristol Bulldog II
				C/n 7398. Bristol Aeroplane Company Type 105 Bulldog Mk IIA.  Replacement for A8485 for use in comparative
				tests and incorporated wing modifications.				
A8608/8609		Goodyear C3 kite balloon
A8610/8612		Goodyear C free balloon
A8613/8639		Boeing F4B-2
				C/n 1392/1418.  Boeing Model 223
				A8614 (c/n 1393) lost off San Diego, CA Nov 16, 1933
				A8633 (c/n 1412) lost off Point Loma, CA Nov 1, 1933
A8640			Boeing XF5B-1
				C/n 1152.  Boeing Model 205.  Registered NX271V
A8641			Vought XO4U-1
				First flight 1931.  Crashed during testing.  Rebuilt 1932 as XO4U-2
A8642			Sikorsky XP2S-1
				Originally an amphibian, undercarriage later removed and ended life as a
					pure flying boat.
A8643			Naval Aircraft Factory XBN-1
				Naval Aircraft Factory BN-1 tandem two-seat bomber prototype.  Contract cancelled
A8644/8661		Douglas P2D-1
				Naval Aircraft Factory P2D-1 contract built by the Douglas Aircraft Company
				Assigned to VP-3, NAS Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone
				A8652 crashed Sep 1, 1932 at Coco Solo, Canal Zone.  4 killed.
A8662/8686		Martin PN-12
				Production version of Naval Aircraft Factory PN-11.
				A8662 SOC 8/31/1937
				A8663 SOC 5/31/1940
				A8664 damaged 5/2/38.  SOC 6/30/1938
				A8665 SOC 6/30/1937
				A8666 SOC 5/31/1940
				A8667 SOC 3/30/1940
				A8668 SOC 8/31/1939
				A8669 SOC 6/30/1937
				A8670 SOC 5/31/1940
				A8671 SOC 6/30/1937
				A8672 SOC 6/30/1938
				A8673 SOC 10/31/1939
				A8674 SOC 10/31/1938
				A8675 SOC 6/30/1938
				A8676 SOC 10/31/1938
				A8677 SOC 5/31/1940
				A8678 SOC 10/31/1938
				A8679 SOC 5/31/1939
				A8680 crashed and sank 8/1/1932
				A8681 SOC 5/31/1939
				A8682 SOC 10/31/1939
				A8683 SOC 5/31/1940
				A8684 SOC 10/31/1938
				A8685 damaged at Coco Solo 7/29/1932.  SOC 9/29/1932
				A8686 SOC 11/30/1939
A8687/8695		Hall PH-1
				Hall Aluminum Aircraft Corporation. Development of the NAF PN-11.  Assigned to VP-8, 1932-1937
				A8687 To NAS Anacostia Oct 10, 1931; Hampton Roads for rough water tests
					Nov 23, 1931, Anacostia Dec 5, 1931; Hampton Roads Jan 15, 1932;
					Anacostia, date unrecorded; Hampton Roads Jan 29, 1932, Naval Aircraft Factory for repair of hull 
					bottom Apr 4, 1932, USS Wright for Scouting Force VP-8S Jun 21, 1932, Naval Aircraft Factory, date 
					unrecorded, returning USS Wright Sep 26, 1932. Fleet Air Base Coco Solo to VP-8S Oct 31, 1932, 
					Pearl Harbor May 19, 1933, Fleet Air Base for OH Oct 10, 1933, completed Mar 30, 1934, Pearl
					Harbor VP-8F Jun 1, 1936. Sank at its moorings, having been severely hit by its buoy during the 
					night in strong winds, French Frigate Shoals, N of Hawaii, Oct 27, 1936. Salvaged but condemned 
					later. SOC. Apr 30, 1937 with 349.2 fig hrs
				A8688 delivered Apr 2, 1932, Hampton Roads for Scouting Force Apr 11, 1932,
					USS Wright for VP-8S Jun 24, 1932, VP-6S Jul 7, 1932, Coco Solo
					Oct 31, 1932, Pearl Harbor VP-8F May 19, 1933, Fleet Air Base Pearl
					Harbor in June 1935, VP-8F Pearl Harbor June 1935, VP-8F
					Pearl Harbor, Jun 10, 1936., Fleet Air Base Pearl Harbor Oct 15, 1936
					lor OH completed May 19, 1937; Jun 3, 1937 VJ-2 Rigel. SOC Sep 30, 1940 with 1,439.9 fig hrs	
				A8689 delivered Apr 18, 1932 Officer in charge Hampton Roads for Scouting
					Force Apr 27, 1932, VP-8S USS Wright Jul 19, 1932, USS Wright
					Jun 1, 1932, Coco Solo VP-8S Oct 31, 1932, Pearl Harbor VP-8F
					May 19, 1933, San Diego Battle Force Dec 4, 1936, VJ-2A Rigel
					Dec 1, 1936, San Diego Battle Force Jun 13, 1938 for OH completed
					Dec 2, 1938, VJ-2 Rigel Dec 2, 1938. SOC Sep 30, 1940 with 1918.6 fig hrs
				A8690 delivered Apr 29, 1932, NAS Hampton Roads for Scouting Force
					May 5, 1932, Navy yard Pearl Harbor Fleet Air Base Jun 27, 1933,
					VP-8F June 1935 (no precise date). VJ-2A Rigel 27.05.37,
					San Diego Battle Force for OH 30.12.38 completed 15.06.39,
					VJ-2 RigeI Jun 21, 1939. SOC Sep 30, 1940 with 1,173 fig hrs
				A8691 delivered May 11, 1932, NAS Hampton Roads for Scouting Force
					May 17, 1932, Navy yard Pearl Harbor for Fleet Air Base Pearl
					Harbor May 27, 1933, VP-8F Dec 4, 1933, VJ-2A Rigel May 27, 1937, San
					Diego Battle Force for OH Oct 22, 1937, completed Apr 14, 1938, VJ-2
					Rigel Apr 18, 1938. SOC. Sep 30, 1940 wilh 1,811.2 fig hrs.
				A8692 delivered May 23, 1932, Officer in charge NAS Hampton Roads for
					Scouting Force May 28, 1932, USS Wright for VP-8S Jul 5, 1932,
					Coco Solo VP-8S Oct 31, 1932, Pearl Harbor VP-8F May 19, 1933, VJ2A
					Rigel May 27, 1937, San Diego Battle Force Jan 17, 1938 for OH
					completed Jun 24, 1938, VJ-2 Rigel Jun 27, 1938. SOC Sep 30, 1940 with
					2,128.8 fig hrs
				A8693 delivered May 7, 1932, Officer in charge NAS Hamplon Roads for
					Scouting Force Jun 13, 1932, VP-8S Jul 8, 1932, Coco Solo VP-8S
					Oct 31, 1932, Pearl Harbor VP-8F May 19, 1933, (aircraft unserviceable
					for many months, returning to unit Sep 30, 1936; OH
					completed Feb 8, 1937), VJ-2A Rigel Jun 3, 1937, San Diego Battle
					Force Jul 15, 1937 lor OH completed Dec 31, 1937, VJ·2 Rigel
					Jan 4, 1938. SOC Sep 30, 1940 with 1,981.8 fig hrs
				A8694 delivered Jun 20, 1932, Officer in charge NAS Hampton Roads for
					Scouting Force Jun 27, 1932, VP-8S Jul 22, 1932, Coco Solo VP-8S
					Oct 31, 1932, Pearl Harbor for OH May 19, 1933 completed Sep 14, 1934,
					VP-8F Pearl Harbor Jun 9, 1936, VJ-2A Rigel May 27, 1937, San
					Diego Battle Force Jan 31, 1939 for OH completed Jul 20, 1937, VJ-2
					Rigel Juo 25, 1939. SOC Sep 30, 1940 with 1,288.0 fig hrs
				A8695 delivered Jul 20, 1932, NAS Norfolk for Scouting Force date
					unrecorded; Navy yard Pearl Harbor for Fleet Air Base Pearl
					Harbor Jun 27, 1933, VP-8F as replacement of 8687 10 be OH,
					date unrecorded, VJ-2A Rigel May 27, 1937, San Diego Battle
					Force for OH Mar 4, 1938, completed Aug 12, 1938, VJ-2 Rigel
					Aug 15, 1938. SOC Sep 30, 1940 with 1,773.7 fig hrs.
A8696			Loening XSL-1
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation, Loening Aeronautical Division Model SL submarine based scout
				Model XSL-1 with Warner Scarab engine.  Modified with Menasco B-6 designated XSL-2
A8697/8728		Great Lakes TG-2
				Detroit Aircraft Corporation. Great Lakes TG-2 produced after the takeover by the Detroit Aircraft Corporation. 
					Designated TE-1
				A8706 crashed May 25, 1932 at Coronado Roads, Caifornia.  2 killed.
				A8728 disassembled Oct 1936 and SOC Jan 1938
A8729			Hall XP2H-1
				Hall Aluminum Aircraft Corporation
				First flight Nov 15, 1932.  Was slightly damaged on first flight
					at NAS Anacostia, DC when nosed straight up on takeoff due to incorrectly rigged
					stabilizer.  
A8730			Douglas XT3D-1
				Douglas Aircraft Company Model T3D torpedo bomber.  Delivered to NAS Anacostia, DC, 19Sep31
				Later modified as XT3D-2.  After modification, used as engine testbed.  Last flight at
				NAS Philadelphia, PA Ap4 22, 1941.  SOC May 5, 1941 for use as instructional airframe at NAS Norfolk.
A8731 		Curtiss XF9C-1 Sparrowhawk
				First flown Mar 1931 and tested as a carrier based fighter, later fitted with airship hook-on gear 
					and first hooked onto the airship ‘Los Angeles’ Oct 17, 1931. Into service as a spare aircraft for 
					the airship ‘Akron’. Transferred to the Naval Aircraft Factory and scrapped there Jan 1935.
A8732  		General Aviation XFA-1
				General Aviation Company Model FA airship fighter.  Delivered 1932
A8733/8747		Loening OL-9
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation, Loening Aeronautical Division. Development of the OL-8. 
				A8744 w/o in New York Jan 17, 1933
				A8746 w/o in Nicaragua Aug 24, 1932 
A8748/8790		Curtiss F8C-5 Helldiver
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 49B
				Later redesignated O2C-1
A8791/8809		Boeing F4B-2
				C/n 1439/1457.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 223
A8810/8839		Vought O3U-1
				A8824 sunk during salvage Jun 1, 1935, USS Idaho
				A8835 w/o in landing accident at Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA Mar 1, 1934.
A8840			Ford RR-4
				Model 5-AT-C purchased by US Navy
A8841			Fokker/Atlantic RA-4
				Built by Atlantic Aircraft Corporation. Fokker F.10A modified for US Navy use but did not meet performance 
				specifications. Not accepted by US Navy
A8842/8844		Sikorsky RS-1
				Sikorsky Manufacturing Corporation S-41
A8845			Curtiss XO2C-1 Helldiver
				Curtis Model 49B - VIP transport - originally built as XF8C-7.  Built as Curtiss Helldiver Cyclone 
					Command, c/n 1 with registration N984V. 
				To US Navy as XF8C-7 Nov 1930, then XO2C-2, later O2C-2 and reverted to XF8C-7.
				Used by the then Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Aviation, David S Ingalls, the Navy’s only World War I ace. 
				Reverted to XF8C-7 before surveyed Mar 1934.
A8846			Curtiss RC-1 
				Commercial D-2 Kingbird C/n 2013 ordered by Navy as JC-1, delivered as RC-1 to US MArine Corps VF-9M at
					Quantico, VA (after Navy designation changes) Mar 1931.  Later assigned to VJ-7M at San Diego.  SOC 1936
A8847			Curtiss O2C-2 Helldiver
				Built as Curtiss Cyclone Military Helldiver Model 49B, c/n 1 with registration N983V.   To US Navy as XF8C-8 
					Nov 1930, then O2C-2, later XF10C-1 & XS3C-1.  Returned to Curtiss for further testing but crashed. Replaced with new 
					aircraft using same Navy serial number, redesignated as XS3C-1, temporarily considered for the fighter 
					role as XF10C-1. Crashed Feb 1932.
A8848/8849		Curtiss O2C-2 Helldiver
				Model 49B.  Temporarily designated XF8C-8.  A8849 returned to Curtiss Jun 1933 as test bed for 650hp Wright 
					R-1510 engine. Caught fire and crashed Jul 1933.
A8850			Pitcairn XOP-1
				Pitcairn-Cierva Autogiro Company Model OP US Navy version of the Model PA-34
				XOP-1 used for testing stability in carrier use. Modified 1936 as the wingless XOP-2.  SOC Feb 1940
A8851/8871		Vought O3U-1
A8872/8875		Vought SU-1 
				A8872 w/o Dec 22, 1935
A8876			Douglas XRD-1
				Navy version of Dolphin commercial monoplane.  C/n 1000. Redesignated RD-1, delivered 1Aug31. SOC at NAS 
					Norfolk, VA, Jul 12, 1938
A8877			de Havilland XDH-80
				DH.80A Puss Moth c/n 2187 purchased for use by US Naval Air Attache
					in London.  Impressed by RAF as HM534 (an earlier serial
					allocation of DR630 was not taken up). To 5 MU Kemble Apr 2, 1942. Issued to the Gunnery Research Unit, 
					Exeter Sep 4, 1942. To Gatwick for major inspection Jul 25, 1943; to 5 MU Kemble Oct 20, 1943. Issued to 
					Vickers-Armstrong Aircraft Ltd, Castle Bromwich Oct 27, 1943 and subsequently, on Mar 21, 1944 to the 
					CRD, Blackburn Aircraft Ltd. Returned to 5 MU Kemble Jan 31, 1945 for disposal. Became G-AHLO
					Jun 1, 1946 and went to Canada Oct 1969 as CF-PEI (later C-FPEI).  Sold to National Aviation Museum, 
					Rockcliffe, Ottawa, Canada May 1976.  
A8878			Grumman XFF-1
				Model G-5 prototype, first flight Dec 29, 1931.  Redesignated FF-1 in 1936.  To VF-58 and NAS Anacostia, DC,
					later to NAS Norfolk. Crashed Mar 4, 1937 when ran out of fuel.
A8879/8890		Martin BM-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 125
				A8879 crashed during test dive Nov 6, 1932 before acceptance
					by USN.  Serial re-used on second production aircraft which
					had strengthened structure.  This one SOC Jun 30, 1938
				A8880 crashed on landing at Hagerstown, MD Mar 12, 1938
				A8881 SOC May 31, 1938
				A8882 SOC May 31, 1938
				A8883 SOC May 31, 1938
				A8884 SOC May 31, 1938
				A8885 SOC May 31, 1938
				A8886 SOC May 31, 1938
				A8887 SOC Sep 30, 1938 and passed along to National Youth Administration
				A8888 encountered bad weather during ferry flight from San Diego
					to Norfolk Aug 27, 1934.  DBR in forced landing in desert 
					between Yuma and Tucson
				A8889 flew into water Mar 27, 1935 during night operations from
					USS Lexington off La Jolla, CA
				A8890 SOC May 31, 1938
A8891/8911		Boeing F4B-3
				C/n 1595/1615.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 235
A8912/8920		Boeing F4B-4
				C/n 1616/1624.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 235
A8921			Consolidated XBY-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 18 Fleetster developed for the US Navy as a bomber
A8922/8923		Sikorsky RS-3
				A8922 C/n 314-10. Delivered 1930. Declared 'obsolete and in need of major 
					overhaul' Mar 6, 1935; stricken Mar 30, 1935 with total time 839.7 hours.
				A8923 C/n 314-13. Delivered 1930. Sank in 12 feet of water somewhere in 
					Central America Dec 15, 1931; recovered but stricken Feb 28, 1932 with total 
					time 196 hours.
A8924/8927		Goodyear free balloon
A8928/8937		Vought SU-1 
				Chance Vought Corporation O3U-2, later redesignated as SU-1
				A8928 lost at sea Aug 22, 1934
				A8932 w/o Nov 2, 1932
				A8935 w/o Nov 16, 1933
				A8936 w/o Mar 28, 1935
A8938			Bellanca XRE-1
				Commercial CH-400 Skyrocket acquired by US Navy.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC for radio research
A8939			Consolidated XP2Y-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 22 Ranger. Development of the XPY-1
A8940			Grumman XSF-1
				Model G-6 scout prototype of FF-1.  First flight Aug 20, 1932.  
A8941/8970		Curtiss O2C-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation development of the A-4 Falcon used by the US Army designated 
					O2C-1 Helldiver for the US Marine Corps
A8971			Loening XS2L-1
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation, Loening Aeronautical Division .  SOC Nov 1933
A8972			Sikorsky XSS-1
				Sikorsky Manufacturing Corporation Model X1200 scout observation experiment for carrier duty designated 
					XSS-1, later modified designated XSS-2
A8973			Berliner-Joyce XF2J-1
A8974			Great Lakes XSG-1
				SOC Jan 1934
A8975			Boeing XF6B-1
				C/n 1625.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 235
				Redesignated XBFB-1 in 1934.  Modified as a dive bomber
A8976/8977		Pitcairn XOP-1
				Pitcairn-Cierva Autogiro Company Model OP US Navy version of the Model PA-34.  Tested by the US Marine Corps
A8978			Naval Aircraft Factory XFN-1 
				Modified Seversky P-35 as prototype USN fighter XFN-1.  Contract cancelled
A8979/8985		Loening OL-9
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation, Loening Aeronautical Division. Development of the OL-8. 
				A8980 w/o in California Jul 21, 1933
				A8985 w/o in Nicaragua Aug 21, 1932
A8986/9008		Consolidated P2Y-1
				c/n 1/23.   Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 22 Ranger. Development of the XPY-1
				A8986 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
				A8987 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Sep 20, 1943
				A8988 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Jul 31, 1942
				A8989 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
				A8990 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
				A8991 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Jul 31, 1942
				A8992 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Jul 31, 1942
				A8993 converted to P2Y-2.  Crashed after engine failure May 11, 1937.
					SOC Jul 31, 1937
				A8994 converted to P2Y-2.  Crashed Jun 26, 1941. SOC Jul 31, 1941
				A8995 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Dec 31, 1942
				A8996 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Feb 28, 1943
				A8997 converted to P2Y-2.  With VN8D8A crashed Nov 18, 1942 following midair
					collision with P2Y 9559 in Pensacola area.  All onboard killed.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
				A8998 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Apr 30, 1943
				A8999 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Jul 13, 1943
				A9000 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
				A9001 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Sep 20, 1943
				A9002 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Sep 20, 1943
				A9003 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Sep 18, 1943
				A9004 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Apr 30, 1943
				A9005 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Apr 30, 1943
				A9006 converted to P2Y-2.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
				A9007 converted to P2Y-2.  Damaged on landing May 13, 1942.
					AOC Jun 30, 1942
				A9008 converted to XP2Y-2
A9009/9053		Boeing F4B-4
				Boeing Airplane Company Model 235
				C/n 1626/1632, 1792, 1793, 1633, 1634, 1636,
				1640, 1642, 1644, 1647, 1648, 1651, 1780/1791,
				1646, 1649, 1650, 1652, 1643, 1653, 1654, 1669,
				1667, 1655, 1666, 1659, 1668, 1670.
				A9029 on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
A9054			Lockheed XRO-1 
				Commercial Altair DL-2A c/n 179 purchased by Navy
					as VIP transport for David S. Ingalls, Assistant
					Secretary of the Navy for Aeronautics.  Delivered Sep 1931.  Based at
					NAS Anacostia and used for 2 years and then placed in storage.
A9055			Sikorsky RS-3 
				C/n 314-16.  Sikorsky S-38B.  Declared 'obsolete, worn out and
					deteriorating' Dec 27, 1934; stricken Dec 31, 1935 with total time 529.5 hours
A9056/9061		Curtiss F9C-2 Sparrowhawk
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 58
				A9056 redesignated XF9C-2 after loss of "Macon".  In National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola,FL on loan
					from NASM.  Possibly cannibalized using parts of F9C-2 A9057 and the XF9C-2 9264.  But it may be 9264
					that it owned by NASM.
				A9057 salvaged at NAS North Island, CA Mar 1937.
				A9058/A9061 lost when USS Macon went down off Big Sur, CA Feb 12, 1935.
A9062/9076		Vought O3U-2  
				Chance Vought Corporation O3U-2, later redesignated as SU-1
				A9069 w/o Oct 31, 1933
				A9070 lost at sea Aug 14, 1934
				A9071 w/o Jun 8, 1933
				A9075 w/o Feb 18, 1941
				A9076 w/o Dec 5, 1940
A9077/9121		Vought O3U-4
				Chance Vought Corporation O3U-4, later redesignated as SU-2
				A9077 w/o Aug 23, 1934
				A9078 converted to X03U-5 to test new ideas for the observation role. W/o Sep 16, 1940
				A9081 w/o Jun 22, 1933
				A9082 w/o Aug 10, 1936
				A9083 w/o Feb 8, 1937
				A9085 w/o Apr 10, 1940
				A9087 w/o Oct 22, 1936
				A9088 w/o Oct 10, 1932
				A9093 w/o Oct 10, 1932
				A9096 w/o Feb 19, 1935
				A9097 w/o Dec 1, 1937
				A9098 w/o May 24, 1940
				A9099 w/o Feb 18, 1941
				A9104 crew of two bailed out Aug 19, 1941 near Andaluisa, AL due
					to bad weather Aug 19, 1941.
				A9109 converted to XSU-4
A9122/9141 		Vought O3U-4
				Chance Vought Corporation O3U-4, later redesignated as SU-3
				A9123 w/o Aug 14, 1935
				A9124 w/o Nov 17, 1936
				A9127 w/o Sep 16, 1940
				A9128 w/o Oct 22, 1936
				A9132 collided with another plane over Bayou Grande, FL Jun 7, 1941.
					Student pilot killed.
A9142/9169		Vought O3U-3
				A9146 (VN2DB) w/o Sep 5, 1941 in midair collision with O3U-3 9321 near NAS Pensacola, FL
				A9150 converted to drone Dec 1942
A9170/9185		Martin BM-2
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 125. Similar to the BM-1
				A9170 SOC May 31, 1938
				A9171 SOC Jun 30, 1938
				A9172 SOC Dec 29, 1939 and passed along to National Youth Administration
				A9173 SOC May 31, 1938
				A9174 flew into sea when failed to recover from practice dive Dec 7, 1936
				A9175 SOC Feb 28, 1938
				A9176 SOC Nov 20, 1938
				A9177 SOC May 31, 1938
				A9178 SOC Jun 30, 1938
				A9179 SOC May 31, 1938
				A9180 SOC May 31, 1938
				A9181 DBR when forcelanded in wood at Durham, NC Jan 4, 1933 after
					running out of fuel
				A9182 SOC May 31, 1938
				A9183 SOC Apr 30, 1938
				A9184 SOC Apr 29, 1939 and used for barrier tests
				A9185 SOC Apr 29, 1939 and used for barrier tests
A9186			Bellanca XSE-1
A9187/9204		Berliner Joyce OJ-2
				A9187 SOC Aug 31, 1940
				A9188 SOC Mar 30, 1940
				A9189 to ground instructional airframe at NAS Jacksonville
					May 3, 1941.  SOC Jun 30, 1941.
				A9190 crashed on landing at NRAB Oakland an 16 1939.  Both
					crew unhurt.  SOC Feb 28, 1939
				A9191 collided with PM-1A8294 and crashed near Boeing MAP,
					Seattle, WA Nov 3, 1937.  Both crew bailed out safely.
				A9192 SOC Apr 29, 1939
				A9193 SOC Nov 30, 1939
				A9194 SOC Mar 31, 1937.
				A9195 SOC Apr 30, 1940
				A9196 converted to XOJ-3.  SOC Mar 30, 1940
				A9197 SOC Dec 31, 1940
				A9198 SOC Jun 30, 1941
				A9199 SOC Feb 28, 1938
				A9200 SOC Mar 21, 1939
				A9201 SOC Mar 21, 1939
				A9202 SOC Nov 30, 1939
				A9203 SOC Apr 30, 1941
				A9204 SOC Jan 31, 1941.

	- The A-prefix is dropped from this point onward -

9205/9206		Ford RR-5
				Ford Motor Company Model 4-AT-D acquired by Marine Corps and Navy.  Both with the National 
					Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
9207			Bellanca XRE-2
				Civil CH-400 Skyrocket acquired by US Navy.  Assigned to NAS Anacostia, DC
9208/9211		Loening OL-9
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation, Loening Aeronautical Division. Development of the OL-8. 
9212			Martin XBM-1
				Glenn L. Martin Company Model 125. Built for experimental testing by NACA.  Transferred to NACA Feb 12, 1940
9213			Curtiss XF11C-2
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 64 Goshawk
				Was Civil Hawk II (Curtiss demonstrator) purchased by US Navy as
				test aircraft and later modified as XF11C-2.  DBR Aug 25, 1932, and
				SOC Sep 29, 1932.
9214/9217		Martin BM-1
				9214 SOC May 31, 1938
				9215 SOC May 31, 1938
				9216 SOC May 31, 1938
				9217 wrecked when ran off runway and overturned when landing at 
					Virginia Beach Apr 19, 1938
9218			Grumman XJF-1
				Model G-7 prototype, c/n 103. First flight Apr 24, 1933, delivered to US Navy 4May33 at NAS Anacostia. 
				To NAS Norfolk. Crashed 8Mar34 into the James River.
9219			Curtiss XF11C-1
				WFU Mar 10, 1939
9220			Great Lakes XBG-1
				Crashed May 19, 1938
9221			Consolidated XB2Y-1  
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 24 dive bomber
9222			Vought XF3U-1
				Chance Vought Corporation XF3U-1 prototype built to BuAer Design Specification 113. First flight May 1933
				XSBU-1 was a new airframe with XF3U-1's engine, but it retained the serial number 9222.
				The XF3U-1 was modified into a scout/bomber but utilised a new fuselage. Delivered to US Navy Jun 1934 for trials.
				The original airframe was resurrected 1935 as a test bed for Pratt & Whitney engines being given a new serial, 9746.
9223			Douglas XFD-1
				c/n 1136.  To NAS Anacostia, DC, Jun33 for service acceptance trials. Returned to Douglas Aircraft, later to 
					Pratt & Whitney as an engine testbed
9224			Berliner-Joyce XF3J-1
9225			Curtiss XF12C-1
				Curtiss -Wright Corporation Model 77 Helldiver
				Redesignated XS4C-1 in 1933, and then XSBC-1 in 1934.
				Serial number was later reassigned to XSBC-2.  Crashed at Lancaster, NY Jun 14, 1934.
				Quoted as crashed Sep34 during company test flight as a XSBC-1.
				The XF12C-1/XS4C-1/XSBC-1 was a monoplane. After the crash a replacement aircraft with same serial number was 
				built as the XSBC-2 biplane.  First flight Dec 9, 1935. Redesignated XSBC-3 with P&W R-1535-82 Twin Wasp Mar36. 
				Production models became the Helldiver
9226/9263		Boeing F4B-4
				c/n 1742/1779.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 235. 
				9241 and 9251 turned over to Bureau of Air Commerce (later CAA).  
				9241 (c/n 1757) to NX13, NC13, became NR9329 wih US Department of Commerce.  Registration N9329 cancelled Feb 24, 1971.  
					Reported 1988 in National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.  Noted Dec 2005 in mall facility of NASM, Washington, DC
				9251 (c/n 1767) became  NX14 (NC14), later NR9846 with US Department of Commerce.  Later modified by Jess Bristow for air show work.
				9252 (c/n 1768) crashed May 31, 1940 on approach to NAS Pensacola when pilot
					was unable to release towed target sleeve and aircraft stalled.
9264			Curtiss XF9C-2 Sparrowhawk
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 58
				Built by Curtiss as a private venture c/n 1 with unofficial designation of XF9C-2, registered NX986M. Bought by the Navy and the 
				designation was made official.  After the loss of the ‘Macon’ the airship skyhook was removed and the aircraft assigned to NAS Anacostia. 
				Donated to the Smithsonian Institution 1939 and fitted with a replacement skyhook; initially displayed with incorrect serial 9056, 
				corrected in 1975 when refurbished.  9264 had been loaned to the National Naval Aviation Museum but since returned to Smithsonian and 	
				on display at the Udvar-Hazy Center
9265/9282		Curtiss F11C-2
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 64 Goshawk
				Redesignated BFC-2 in 1934
				9265 SOC Apr 29, 1939
				9266 entered inverted spin during aerobatics Feb 4, 1937, pilot bailed out.
				9267 SOC May 31, 1938
				9268 failed to recover from dive during gunnery practice and crashed
					into sea 6 mi off Ja Jolla, CA Dec 12, 1933.  Pilot killed.
				9269 converted to XF11C-3.  Engine failed shortly after takeoff on
					test flight Sep 18, 1934, pilot attempted emergency landing at
					Norfolk Auxiliary Field No. 2, VA but aircraft overturned
					on impact.  Pilot OK, aircraft SOC Oct 31, 1934.
				9270 SOC Jun 30, 1939
				9271 SOC Jun 30, 1938
				9272 when slow-rolling during test flight Jul 29, 1936, engine cut,
					fuel gushed out and caught fire.  Pilot bailed out, aicraft
					crashed into San Diego Bay.  SOC Aug 31, 1936.
				9273 wrecked when overturned during night takeoff from San Diego Oct 8, 1937.
					Pilot OK.  SOC Nov 30, 1937
				9274 SOC Jun 30, 1938
				9275 pilot aborted gunnery run during training mission Oov 15, 1937
					due to power loss,  Pilot decided to head home but power
					continue to fall and aircraft ditched off Del Mar, CA.  Pilot
					unhurt.  Aircraft recovered after one hour in water but SOC
					Dec 31, 1937 under belief that immersion in salt water made
					repair uneconomical.
				9276 pilot overestimated altitude during night landing at NAS San
					Diego, CA Feb 28, 1936.  Aircraft bounced twice and skidded
					along ground on left wing.  Pilot suffered minor injures.
					SOC Mar 31, 1938
				9277 SOC Jun 30, 1939
				9278 engine cut during practice divebombing attack off central
					America Nov 2, 1934 due to fuel leak.  Pilot made emergency
					landing in water, aircraft sank in a few minutes.  Pilot
					safe and recovered by USS Oklahoma. SOC Jan 31, 1935
				9279 struck bush and overturned during takeoff from Wilmer FIeld,
					TX Jan 14, 1938.  Pilot safe.  Aircraft SOC Apr 30, 1938
				9280 crashed Sep 20, 1935, no further details.  SOC Nov 30, 1935
				9281 crashed into sea near USS Saratoga Apr 13, 1934.  Pilot had
					changed fuel tanks but engine cut immediately and use of hand
					pump to reserve tank came too late to prevent striking sea.
					Pilot OK.  SOC Aug 31, 1934.
				9282 SOC Jun 30, 1939
9283/9330		Vought O3U-3
				9283 lost at sea Aug 1937
				9285 converted to drone Dec 1942
				9292 crashed Oct 12, 1937 and SOC at San Diego Oct 20, 1937.
				9321 (VN2DB) w/o Sep 5, 1941 in fatal midair collision with O3U-3 A9146 near NAS Pensacola, FL
				9323 converted to drone Dec 1942
9331/9340		Curtiss F11C-2
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 64 Goshawk
				Redesignated BFC-2 in 1934
				9331 SOC May 31, 1938
				9332 SOC Jun 10, 1938.  Now on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
				9333 grounded Nov 28, 1938 after several cracks found in engine
					mountings.  SOC Apr 29, 1939
				9334 SOC Jun 30, 1939
				9335 grounded Jun 14, 1939 after several cracks found in engine
					mountings.  SOC Jul 31, 1939
				9336 SOC Jun 30, 1938
				9337 while landing at Tucson, AZ Feb 2, 1938, aircraft swung right.
					Brakes failed, turn continued until castering tailwheel 
					disengaged, whereupon aircraft turned sharply to right, left wing
					struck ground and aircraft overturned.  Pilot OK.  Aircraft
					SOC Feb 28, 1939
				9338 grounded Jun 14, 1939, SOC Jul 31, 1939
				9339 grounded Jun 14, 1939, SOC Jul 31, 1939
				9340 missed landing onto USS Saratoga May 4, 1936, dove into sea
					and sank.  Pilot killed. SOC Jun 30, 1936
9341			Bellanca XRE-3
				Civil CH-400 Skyrocket acquired by US Navy.  Assigned to US Marine Corps as an ambulance.
9342			Grumman XF2F-1
				Grumman Model G-8
9343			Curtiss XF13C-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 70
				Designed and built as a monoplane, completed and first flown Dec 1933. The Navy distrusted monoplanes 
				and the aircraft could have a second wing fitted as the XF13C-2 but spent only a brief period in this 
				configuration, the performance being inferior to the monoplane. With the lower wing removed, it was 
				later tested as the XF13C-3.
9344/9345			Air Cruisers, Inc. Kite Balloon
9346			Loening XFL-1
				Keystone Aircraft Corporation, Loening Aeronautical Division Model FL-1.   Contract cancelled
9347			Douglas RD-2
				Commercial Dolphin monoplane ordered by Navy for VIP aircraft - Used by 
				President Franklin D. Roosevelt.  Transferred to NACA Dec 4, 1939.
9348/9349		Douglas RD-2
				Douglas Dolphin used as a staff transport for US Navy and US Marine Corps.  Both SOC Mar 1940.
9350/9376		Grumman FF-1
				Model G-5.  22 examples modified by Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia as FF-2 for Navy and Marine Corps reserve units.
				9351 was formerly Nicaragua AF GN-3, a Grumman G-23 aircraft assembled under license by CC&F of 
					Canada, c/n 101 and was not operated by US Navy. It was the sole example purchased by the Nicaraguan government. 
					After seeing limited service, it was relegated to a scrap yard at Zololtan Air Field in 1942, destined to 
					remain there until 1961, when J.R. Sirmons, an Oklahoma fertilizer and spray plane pilot hired to work in 
					Nicaragua, discovered it.  Brought to the United States and restored by Grumman in the markings of the 
					"Red Rippers" of Fighting Squadron (VF) 5B, which in 1933 had been the first squadron to receive the FF-1s, 
					the aircraft was flight delivered to the Museum in June 1967.   Currently in National Naval Aviation Museum, 
					Pensacola, FL.
				9353 with VF-5B on USS Yorktown ca 1934.
				9360 crashed near Clover Field, CA Apr 27, 1936.
9377			Curtiss XS2C-1 Shrike
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 69.   Curtiss YA-10 development for evaluation by Navy.  
					Not accepted by the US Navy as too large for carrier stowage
9378			Boeing XF7B-1
				c/n 1803.  Boeing Airplane Company Model 274. Similar to USAAC P-29
9379/9398		Vought SU-4
				Chance Vought Corporation XSU-4 production aircraft designated as SU-4
9399			Vought XO5U-1
				crashed near NAF May 1938
9400			Northrop XFT-1 
				Northrop Corporation Model FT, a development of the Alpha and Gamma.  C/n 6	First flight Jan 16, 1934
					Delivered Mar 1934 to NAS Anacostia, DC, for service evaluation trials.
					Damaged at NAS Norfolk, VA, and returned to  Northrop for repairs Aug 1934
					Modified and re-engined, returned to NAS Anacostia, DC, Apr 1935 for trials
					Returned to Northrop and further modified, redesignated XFT-2. Returned to NAS Anacostia, DC, Apr 1936
					Returned to Northrop Jul 1936. Crashed Jul 21, 1936 during ferry flight to Northrop when encountered 
					turbulence over Allegheny mountains and, went into a spin.
9401/9402		Franklin PS-2 glider
					Franklin Glider Corporation Model PS-2.  Assigned to NAS Pensacola, Fl
9403/9411		Berliner Joyce OJ-2
				9403 SOC Jan 31, 1940
				9404 SOC May 31, 1941
				9405 SOC Apr 30, 1940
				9406 SOC Apr 29, 1939
				9407 SOC Jan 31, 1941
				9408 SOC Nov 30, 1939
				9409 SOC Sep 30, 1939
				9410 SOC Mar 31, 1940
				9411 SOC Mar 31, 1941
9412			Douglas XO2D-1
				c/n 1236	First flight Mar 1934.  Delivered to NAS Anacostia, DC, Apr 23, 1934
					Nosed over on water landing near NAS Anacostia, Washington, DC.  May 11, 1934 after starboard landing 
					gear would not retract nor support a runway landing.  Pilot survived.  To Brewster at Long Island for 
					repairs.  Returned to flight status Jul 7, 1934.  To VX1D5 at NAS Norfolk for service trials Aug/Sep 1934. 
					Returned to NAS Anacostia, DC.   Not ordered by the US Navy, the aircraft returned to Douglas and used 
					for company trials.  To NAS North Island, San Diego, CA, Sep 13, 1935.  Stripped at San Diego Sep 1935, 
					fuselage to NAF for structural tests.
9413			Curtiss XO3C-1 Seagull
				Curtiss -Wright Corporation Model 71 Seagull.  Redesignated XSOC-1 in 1935.  Crashed at NAS Jacksonville 
					941 and SOC
9414/9433		Vought SU-4
				9416 w/o Jun 7, 1941
				9419 ground looped at NAS Traverse City, MI Oct 18, 1942.
				9421 w/o Feb 19, 1941
				9423 crashed during remotely-controlled landing and hit car at
					Traverse City, MI Sept 21, 1942.
				9424 crashed 50 mi E of Floyd Bennett Field Nov 20, 1937 while on flight from
					NRAS Squantum, MA to NAS Norfolk, Va.  Both crew killed.
				9428 w/o Sep 8, 1938
				9430 w/o Oct 18, 1939
9434/9455		Grumman JF-1 
				Model G-7
				9439 transferred to US Coast Guard as 439
				9447 (c/n 145) to civil registry as N1235N, cancelled May 25, 2011.
				9449 transferred to US Coast Guard as 449
				9455 crashed after midair collision with P-40F 41-14186 at Tiverton, RI Sep 29, 1942.  All onboard
					bailed out but one was killed.
9456/9458		Consolidated XN4Y-1
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 21-A
9459			Consolidated XP3Y-1 Catalina
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 28. First flight Mar 15, 1935.  Modified as XPBY-1, first flight May 19, 1936.
					Delivered to VP-11F Oct 1936.
9460/9492		Grumman SF-1
				Model G-6
9493			Grumman SF-1
				Model G-13.  First flight Nov 26, 1934.  Later converted to XSF-2.  To ground instructional airframe at
					Machinist's Mates School
9494/9520		Great Lakes BG-1
				9494 SOC Aug 31, 1940
				9495 crashed Feb 11, 1935
				9496 converted to target drone, SOC Aug 31, 1942
				9497 SOC Mar 31, 1941, subsequently used for ground training
				9498 crashed at sea Feb 10, 1937
				9499 crashed at sea Jan 7, 1938
				9500 DBR Mar 4, 1941
				9501 converted to target drone, crashed on takeoff Dec 26, 1942
				9502 converted to target drone, SOC Dec 10, 1943
				9503 DBR Nov 15, 1940
				9504 SOC Jan 8, 1941
				9505 converted to target drone, SOC Apr 30, 1942
				9506 DBR Jan 16, 1940.  Subsequently to Coast Guard Engine School,
					Norfolk
				9507 DBR Jan 25, 1940
				9508 converted to target drone, SOC Oct 6, 1943
				9509 converted to target drone, SOC Jul 31, 1942
				9510 converted to target drone, SOC Nov 30, 1042
				9511 converted to target drone, SOC (expended?) Jun 26, 1942
				9512 converted to drone.  Used in Project Fox, a project to explore
					the use of remotely-controlled aircraft as guided weapons.
					Allegedly became US Navy's first successful guided missile,
					having successfully crashed into target raft in
					Chesapeake Bay Apr 19, 1942
				9513 to Jacksonville for ground training Jun 1941
				9514 converted to drone for use in Project Fox.  SOC Dec 7, 1943
				9515 crashed Nov 23, 1937
				9516 crashed May 29, 1937
				9517 to Jacksonville for ground training Jun 1941
				9518 SOC Dec 31, 1940
				9519 SOC Apr 30, 1940 and sent to Coast Guard Engine School
				9520 ditched Jan 10, 1941
9521/9522		Waco XJW-1
				Waco Aircraft Company Model UBF utility aircraft for USS Macon
9523/9527		Grumman JF-1 
				Model G-7
9528/9533		Douglas RD-3
				Naval version of commercial Dolphin monoplane for staff transport for US Navy and US Marine Corps.
9534/9550		Great Lakes BG-1
				9534 DBR Mar 6, 1942.  Subsequently to Jacksonville ground school
				9535 crashed Aug 17, 1939
				9536 DBR Feb 5, 1941.  Subsequently to Jacksonville ground school
				9537 converted to target drone, expended May 27, 1942
				9538 converted to target drone, SOC Jul 31, 1942
				9539 DBR May 12, 1941
				9540 SOC Dec 31, 1940
				9541 converted to target drone, expended Apr 8, 1942
				9542 converted to target drone, SOC Apr 30, 1942
				9543 converted to target drone, SOC Jul 31, 1942
				9544 crashed Feb 7, 1939
				9545 DBR Feb 27, 1941
				9546 converted to target drone, SOC Jul 31, 1942
				9547 converted to target drone, SOC Aug 10, 1943
				9548 converted to target drone, expended Jun 26, 1942
				9549 crashed on takeoff Oct 9, 1935
				9550 SOC Dec 31, 1940
9551/9571		Consolidated P2Y-3
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 22 Ranger. Development of the XPY-1
				9559 asigned to VN8D8A at NAS Pensacola.  Crashed Nov 18, 1942 following midair collision
					with P2Y-2 A8997 in the Pensacola area
				9560 (VP-18) crashed off Hawaii Mar 30, 1938.  6 killed.
9572/9583		Berliner Joyce OJ-2
				9572 crashed into Potomac River Jun 4, 1935 when engine failed during takeoff from Bolling Field.  Later retrieved
					but SOC Jul 31, 1935
				9573 SOC May 31, 1940
				9574 SOC May 31, 1940
				9575 To NAS Jacksonville as ground instructional airframe.  SOC Jan 31, 1940
				9576 SOC Apr 30, 1940
				9577 damaged May 11, 1939 when stalled on approach to Miami and landed
					heavily.  Pilot unhurt.  SOC Jun 30, 1939
				9578 to NAS Norfolk as ground instructional airframe Apr 3, 1941.
					SOC May 31, 1941.
				9579 to NAS Jacksonville as ground instrucional airframe.
					SOC Jan 31, 1940.
				9580 to NAS Jacksonville as ground instructional airframe.
					SOC May 31, 1941.
				9581 SOC Jul 31, 1940
				9582 to NAS Jacksonville as ground instructional airframe
					May 17, 1941. SOC Jun 30, 1941
				9583 to NAS Jacksonville as ground instructional airframe,
					SOC Oct 31, 1941.
9584/9585		Curtiss R4C-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model T-32 Condor II.  Delivered 1935 to US Marine Corps VJ-7M 
				9584 (C/N 57) to USMC, for five years then assigned to the US Antarctic 
					Service Expedition in 1939.  With international tensions on the rise the 
					West base was evacuated and the aircraft was abandoned in Antarctica on 
					January 03, 1941, still there under the snow.
				9585 (C/N 58) to USMC, for five years then assigned to the US Antarctic 
					Service Expedition in 1939.  Accident January 19, 1941 in which a ski had been 
					cut off, repaired and test flown. Used to evacuate East base and then 
					abandoned in Antarctica on Watson Island on March 22, 1941, assumed blown out 
					to sea
9586/9612		Curtiss BF2C-1
				Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation Model 64 Goshawk.  Originally designated XF11C-3
				9586 following vibration tests at Langley Field (the natural period
					of vibration of the metal wings harmonized with the vibration
					of the Cyclone engine, a problem that was never properly
					cured) the plane was returned to Norfolk and SOC Jun 30, 1937.
				9587 SOC Nov 30, 1939
				9588 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9589 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9590 SOC Jan 31, 1936
				9591 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9592 damaged by fire when Very pistol accidentally discharged
					into upper wing by ground crew Aug 17, 1935 and SOC
					Sep 30, 1935.
				9593 crashed at sea Sep 11, 1935, pilot killed.
				9594 crashed shortly after takeoff from NAS Norfolk as part of a night training
					formation Jan 29, 1935.  Pilot killed, aircraft appeared 
					to have struck water in a steep high-speed dive.
				9595 SOC Feb 1, 1937.
				9596 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9597 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9598 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9599 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9600 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9601 SOC Aug 31, 1937
				9602 got lost in bad weather during ferry flight Oct 29, 1935
					and tried to make emergency landing in a field near
					Manassas, VA.  Plane struck tree at end of landing run,
					injuring pilot and was DBR.  SOC Nov 30, 1935.
				9603 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9604 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9605 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9606 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9607 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9608 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9609 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9610 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9611 SOC Feb 1, 1937
				9612 SOC Feb 1, 1937
9613			Douglas XP3D-1
				C/n 1235	First flight Feb 6, 1935.  Delivered to NAS San Diego, CA, Mar 6, 1935
					Assigned to VP3D1.  Returned to Douglas for modifications, redesignated XP3D-2 and returned to 
					NAS San Diego, CA May 15, 1936.  Crashed on takeoff from Acapulco Bay, Mexico while being operated
					by VP-11F Feb 8, 1937.
9614/9617		Franklin PS-2 glider
				Franklin Glider Corporation Model PS-2.  Assigned to NAS Pensacola, Fl
				9617 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
9618/9619		Consolidated P2Y-3
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 22 Ranger. Development of the XPY-1
9620/9622		Douglas R2D-1
				c/n 1325/1327.  DC-2-125 for Bureau of Aeronautics.
				9620 (c/n 1325) delivered to US Navy Nov 26, 1934.  Crashed Pensacola, Florida. Oct 21, 1941.
				9621 (c/n 1326) to USMC Dec 23, 1934.  WFU Jul 31, 1940
				9622 (c/n 1327) to US Navy Dec 12, 1934.  Crashed San Diego Jan 31, 1941
9623/9676		Grumman F2F-1
				Model G-8
				9627 SOC Aug 30, 1941 at NAS Miami, Florida
				9630 SOC Apr 9, 1942 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida
				9632 crashed and burned Aug 2, 1935 and SOC Sep 30, 1935
				9633 SOC Dec 31, 1942.
				9634 lost during bad weather near Woodfille, MS Mar 16, 1935 while being ferried from Long Island to California.
					Pilot bailed out safely. 
				9661 crashed into hangar at NAS Coco Slol, Canal Zone Nov 14, 1939.  1 killed.
9677/9717		Stearman NS-1
				Stearman Aircraft Model 73
				9681 owned by National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.  On loan to Sun and Fun Museum.
				9706 crashed at NAS Pensacola Oct 23, 1939.  1 killed.
9718			Stinson XR3Q-1
				Stinson Aircraft Corporation Model SR-5A Reliant.  Delivered 1935
9719			Boeing F4B-4
				Boeing Airplane Company Model 235.  Assembled by USMC at Quantico from spare parts.
9720			Douglas XTBD-1 Devastator
				c/n 1285.  First flight Apr 15, 1935. Delivered to US Navy Apr 24, 1935
					Returned to Douglas 1936 for overhaul and modifications. Returned to US Navy Dec 13, 1936. 
					Used for testing and scrapped at NAS Norman, OK, Sep 10, 1943
9721			Hall XPTBH-1
				Hall Aluminum Aircraft Corporation Model PTBH twin float torpedo bomber.  Tested as the XPTBH-2
9722			Great Lakes XB2G-1
				Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation Model BG modified scout bomber designated B2G
					Transferred to US Marine Corps as a command transport
9723			Great Lakes XTBG-1
				Great Lakes Aircraft Corporation Model TBG torpedo bomber.  First flight Aug 20, 1935
9724			Fairchild XSOK-1
				Scout observation version of Model XA.942 transport
				amphibian.  Contract cancelled
9725			Vought XSB2U-1 
				First flight Jan 4, 1936.  Delivered to NAS Anacostia, DC, for trials Apr 1936.  Crashed Aug 20, 1936
					[US Navy Aircraft states that the name Vindicator was not adopted until the SB2U-3]	
9726			Brewster XSBA-1
				Later used by NACA.  SOC Jan 31, 1946
9727			Grumman XF3F-1
				Model G-11.  Serial number assigned to 3 separate aircraft, two of which crashed.
				One crashed Mar 22, 1935, having disintegrated when pulled sharply out of terminal 
				velocity dive; pilot killed.  One crashed May 17, 1935 after entering irrecoverable 
				spin; pilot baled out safely
				C/n 257 [1]. First flight Mar 20, 1935.
				C/n 257 [2]. First flight May 9, 1935 and ferried to NAS Anacostia. [crash date is given as May 13, 1935]
				C/n 257 [3]. Ferried to NAS Anacostia Jun 1935 and delivered to US Navy Jul 10, 1935. To NAS Miami 
					and last used 1942 as a fighter-trainer.
9728			Bellanca XSOE-1
				Tandem two-seat float biplane
9729/9744		Vought O3U-6
				Delivered to US Marine Corps.  Some conversions to drone configuration with tricycle landing gear by NAF 
					at Philadelphia for flight testing in extreme conditions
9745			Northrop XBT-1
				Northrop Corporation development of the Gamma for the US Navy.
					C/n 43	First flight Aug 19, 1935.  Accepted by the US Navy Dec 12, 1935. Delivered to NAS 
					Anacostia, DC, Dec 16, 1935 for acceptance trials.  Crashed on landing at North Field, San Diego 
					Nov 11, 1937.  Both crew unhurt.
9746			Vought XF3U-1
				Formerly 9222 - modified in 1935 as engine test bed for Pratt & Whitney engines and given new serial of 9746.
9747/9749		Kinner XRK-1
				Kinner Envoy commercial light transport acquired by US Navy
				9747 had standard 340hp Kinner R-1044-2 engine replaced by 450
					hp Pratt & Whitney R-985-38 Wasp Junior
				9748 was at one time based in Santa Monica for use by Inspector
					of Naval Aircraft.  Missing Mar 28, 1938 between Palm Springs and NAS San Diego, 2 killed.
9750/9833		Vought SBU-1
				9750 crashed Aug 25, 1938
				9751 SOC Oct 14, 1943
				9752 SOC Jan 31, 1943
				9753 SOC Jan 30, 1942
				9754 SOC May 30, 1942
				9755 SOC Jul 23, 1943
				9756 SOC Dec 31, 1942
				9757 converted to drone, operational loss May 15, 1943
				9758 SOC Jan 15, 1944
				9759 crashed Dec 20, 1941
				9760 SOC Aug 15, 1943
				9761 SOC Nov 30, 1943
				9762 lost at sea Apr 6, 1973
				9763 crashed Oct 17, 1941
				9764 SOC Aug 25, 1943
				9765 crashed Aug 26, 1937
				9766 relegated to use as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville Mar 1942
				9767 SOC Jun 22, 1943
				9768 SOC Jun 14, 1943
				9769 crashed Dec 8, 1936
				9770 SOC Jun 7, 1943
				9771 SOC Jun 25, 1943
				9772 SOC Sep 13, 1943
				9773 SOC Oct 28, 1943
				9774 SOC Oct 12, 1943
				9775 crashed Feb 13, 1940
				9776 SOC Dec 30, 1943
				9777 SOC Jul 23, 1943
				9778 SOC Oct 30, 1943
				9779 crashed May 7, 1937
				9780 crashed Nov 29, 1938
				9781 crashed at Corpus Christi May 6, 1942
				9782 SOC Jul 13, 1943
				9783 SOC Jul 8, 1943.  Went into water with VO-5 at unknown date
				9784 crashed at Corpus Christi Aug 29, 1941
				9785 crashed Feb 22, 1936
				9786 relegated to use as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jun 30, 1942
				9787 crashed May 21, 1940
				9788 relegated to use as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jun 30, 1942
				9789 SOC Mar 31, 1944
				9790 SOC Jun 23, 1943
				9791 relegated to use as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jun 30, 1942
				9792 crashed Mar 17, 1936
				9793 SOC Sep 23, 1943
				9794 SOC May 21, 1943
				9795 SOC May 23, 1943
				9796 SOC Dec 15, 1943
				9797 SOC Sep 22, 1943
				9798 crashed at Corpus Christi Jul 22, 1941
				9799 SOC Jul 3, 1943
				9800 SOC May 13, 1944
				9801 relegated to use as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jun 30,1942
				9802 relegated to use as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Apr 3, 1942
				9803 SOC Jul 23, 1943
				9804 SOC Oct 4, 1937
				9805 crashed at Pensacola Aug 1, 1942
				9806 crashed Feb 24, 1939
				9807 SOC Aug 13, 1943
				9808 crashed Oct 6, 1939
				9809 SOC Jun 14, 1943
				9810 SOC Aug 13, 1943
				9811 crashed Sep 5, 1939
				9812 crashed Apr 10, 1940
				9813 SOC Sep 27, 1943
				9814 SOC Oct 30, 1943
				9815 crashed at Pensacola Dec 20, 1941
				9816 crashed Apr 6, 1937
				9817 crashed Jan 16, 1940
				9818 SOC Dec 31, 1944
				9819 SOC Aug 13, 1943
				9820 SOC Nov 3, 1943
				9821 SOC Jun 8, 1943
				9822 SOC Nov 4, 1943
				9823 crashed Nov 4, 1940
				9824 crashed Jun 10, 1936
				9825 SOC Nov 5, 1943
				9826 SOC Aug 10, 1943
				9827 SOC Jun 30, 1943
				9828 SOC Jun 7, 1943
				9829 crashed Apr 10, 1939
				9830 SOC Aug 30, 1943
				9831 crashed Nov 30, 1936
				9832 crashed Sep 5, 1940
				9833 SOC Jul 12, 1943				
9834			Vought XSB3U-2
9835/9839		Grumman JF-3
				Model G-10.  Delivered 1935 to US Navy and US Marine Corps reserve units.
9840/9855		Great Lakes BG-1
				9840 crashed May 28, 1940
				9841 converted to target drone, SOC Apr 30, 1942
				9842 crashed Nov 20, 1936
				9843 SOC Jul 31, 1941
				9844 SOC Jul 31, 1941
				9845 converted to drone for use in Project Fox.  SOC Dec 7, 1943
				9846 to Jacksonville ground school Jun 1941
				9847 crashed Jul 26, 1940
				9848 converted to target drone, SOC Jul 31, 1942
				9849 to Jacksonville ground school Jun 1941
				9850 to Jacksonville ground school Jun 1941
				9851 converted to target drone, SOC Apr 30, 1942
				9852 crashed in Cuba Mar 10, 1940
				9853 crashed Apr 9, 1940
				9854 crashed Sep 30, 1940
				9855 DBR May 6, 1939
9856/9990		Curtiss SOC-1 Seagull
				c/n 11926/12060.  Curtiss -Wright Corporation Model 71 Seagull
				9859 wings broke off in flight over Guantanamo Jun 11, 1936.  2 killed.
				9862 (VCS-7, USS Astoria) nosed over on landing in Chesapeake Bay
					and sank Oct 6, 1942.
				9866 used for Operations Nanook and Highjump 1946-47.  SOC Sep 30, 1947.
				9890 (VCS-6, USS San Francisco) spun in at sea off Savo Island and
					crashed Nov 15, 1942.  2 killed.
				9893 (VCS-12, USS Columbia) in takeoff accident Purvis Bay Jan 1, 1942.
				9895 crashed on takeoff from USS Chicago CA-29 Oct 30, 1939.  1 killed.
				9899 (assigned to USS Detroit CL-8) crashed at sea off San Diego, California Jan 24, 1940
				9905 (VCS-5, USS Salt Lake City) forced landing after midair fire
					Oct 11, 1942.
				9910 used for Operation Nanook in 1946.
				9912 (VCS-6, USS New Orleans) stalled on landing off Christmas
					Island Feb 21, 1942.
				9921 (VCS-2, USS Cincinnati) sank after catapult accident Oct 16, 1941.
				9922 (VCS-7, USS Wichita) forced landed after being attacked by
					enemy fighter Nov 8, 1942.  Crew abandoned plane.
				9925 (VCS-6, USS Chester) in recovery accident, hit stern of ship
					Mar 26, 1942.
				9929 (VCS-5, USS Pensacola) knocked overboard by gunfire Feb 20, 1942.
				9936 (VCS-2, USS Memphis) capsized on landing at sea Jun 25, 1942 and
					was abandoned.
				9941 (USS Augusta) wrecked while being moored, Iceland, Oct 18, 1943.
				9942 (VCS-6, USS San Francisco) in recovery accident Oct 11, 1942.
				9943 (VCS-4, USS Cincinnatti) flew into water Feb 15, 1942.  2 killed.
				9947 (VCS-5), USS Salt Lake City) caught fire due to shells from Japanese ships off Kommandorski Islands
					Mar 26, 1943.  Jettisoned.
				9948	Believed to have been written off in collision with Douglas BT-1S BuNo 0643 at Mines Field, CA
				9952 lost lost at Savo Island Aug 9, 1942 with USS Vincennes
				9957 dismantled for spares at NAS Pensacola Sep 1941
				9959 lost off USS Chester Jun 6, 1941 in midair with 9960
				9960 lost off USS Chester Jun 6, 1941 in midair with 9959
				9961 (VCS-4, USS Indianapolis) in recovery accident Nov 21, 1942 and
					sunk by gunfire.
				9964 (VCS-4, USS Indianapolis) dove into water at sea Jul 2, 1942.
					2 crew killed.
				9971 in runway takeoff accident at NAS Pensacola, FL Feb 13, 1942.
				9977 (VCS-5, USS Pensacola) missing on combat patrol at sea off
					Brisbane, Australia Dec 22, 1941.  2 MIA.
				9979 lost overboard from USS Portland during hurricane Aug 23, 1941.
				9980 crashed Apr 24, 1940.
				9983 (SOC-1A, VGS-30) spun in near Creeds Field, VA during aerobatics.
					Pilot killed.
				9989 (VCS-4, USS Indianapolis) hit boat on takeoff at Pearl Harbor
					Jan 28, 1942.
9991			Naval Aircraft Factory XN3N-1
				First flight Aug 1935. Redesignated N3N-1
9992			Goodyear K-1 airship
				Goodyear Aircraft Company 319,900 cu ft experimental airship with enlarged J type envelope and control 
					car built by the Naval Aircraft Factory.  Designated ZNP-K
9993/9994		Douglas R2D-1
				c/n 1404/1405.  DC-2-142 for US Navy.
				9993 (c/n 1404) delivered to US Navy Sep 7, 1935.  Declared surplus Aug 8, 1944.
					To civil registry as NC39165 Jan 11, 1946.  Ferry flight to Amsterdam, Netherlands
					in 1983 with special registration PH-AJU to commemorate the McRobertson
					Trophy air race.  Put on display at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam.  Maintained in flying
					condition.  There are apparently four DC-2s wearing marks PH-AJU and none of
					them are the original.  Used in making film "Back From Eternity", 1956 when owned by Mercer Airlines.
					Registered N39165, current. Displays false registration ‘PH-AJU’ and race #44, named Uiver.  
					Now based at the Aviodrome Museum, Lelystad, The Netherlands
				9994 (c/n 1405) delivered to USMC Sep 28, 1935.   WFU Aug 5, 1943
9995			Sikorsky XPBS-1
				c/n 4400.  Sikorsky Manufacturing Corporation S-44.  First flight  Aug 13, 1937
					Not finally accepted by US Navy until Jan 1939.  
					Wrecked Jun 30, 1942 when struck floating log while landing in San Francisco
					Bay after flight from Pearl Harbor.  One of the occupants
					was Admiral Nimitz.
9996			Grumman XSBF-1
				Model G-16.  Crash landed 5/25/1939 near Leonardtown, Maryland.  One killed.
9997			Grumman F2F-1
				Model G-8.  Ordered as replacement for 9634.  9997 destroyed during cross-country flight with VF-4M near
				Norword, CO May 29, 1937.  Pilot killed.
9998			Fairchild XR2K-1
				Fairchild 22 acquired by Navy as research vehicle.  To NACA as 82.
9999			Goodyear G-1 dirigible 
				Goodyear Aircraft Company 178,000 cu ft airship
					Built 1929 and used by Goodyear named Defender. Delivered to US Navy 1935


This series ends at 9999