US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Second Series (0001 to 5029)


Last revised August 24, 2014



0001/0015	Vought O3U-6
0016		Vought XOSU-1
			conversion of last O3U-6
0017/0020	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1
			0020 converted to XN3N-3
0021/0101	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1
			0056 (c/n 107-35) became N55211.
			0089 crashed sep 24, 1941 at NAS Pensacola.  2 killed.
0102/0161	Consolidated PBY-1 Catalina
			0102 damaged in rough water landing at St John's River Nov 21, 1941..  stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 29, 1944
			0103 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 29, 1944
			0104 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 29, 1944
			0105 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 29, 1944
			0106 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Oct 31, 1944
			0107 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jul 29, 1944
			0108 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jun 19, 1944
			0109 entered flat spin and crashed into St. Johns
				River Feb 14, 1942.  4 killed, 2 injured.  Stricken NAS Jacksonville May 30, 1942.
			0110 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Aug 31, 1944
			0111 (VP-6F) crashed in Pacific Mar 27, 1938
			0112 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Aug 31, 1944
			0113 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Aug 31, 1944
			0114 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Aug 31, 1944
			0115 stricken NAS Corpus Christi Jul 29, 1944
			0116 stricken Dec 31, 1944
			0117 stricken Sep 30, 1944
			0118 stricken Oct 31, 1944
			0119 capsized during night landing, Corpus Christi Bay,
				TX Feb 25, 1942.  4 killed.  Stricken NAS Corpus Christi Apr 30, 1942
			0120 stricken 30 September 1944
			0121 (VP-6F) crashed 27 October 1937
			0122 stricken 30 September 1944
			0123 damaged by swell on takeoff Jul 23, 1941.  stricken 30 September 1944
			0124 stricken 30 August 1944
			0125 stricken 29 June 1944
			0126 stricken 31 January 1944
			0127 stricken 31 August 1944
			0128 stricken 31 December 1944
			0129 stricken 23 March 1944
			0130 stricken 13 March 1944
			0131 stricken NAS Alameda 3 August 1943
			0132 (VJ-16) stricken 31 January 1944
			0133 (VJ-4) stricken 7 October 1943
			0134 (VJ-4) crashed 10 April 1941; stricken 31 May 1941
			0135 stricken 30 September 1944
			0136 (VJ-4) stricken 7 October 1943
			0137 stricken NAS Corpus Christi 29 October 1944
			0138 stricken NAS Corpus Christi 29 June 1944
			0139 stricken 30 September 1944
			0140 stricken NAS Corpus Christi 29 June 1944
			0141 hit channel marker during night landing, Corpus
				Christi Bay, and sank Jan 27, 1943.  SOC Feb 28, 1943.
			0142 crashed and sank at Kaena Pt, Oahu Mar 30, 1938.  4 killed, 2 injured.
			0143 stricken NAS Corpus Christi 31 December 1945
			0144 stricken 29 July 1944
			0145 stricken 31 December 1944
			0146 stricken 31 October 1944
			0147 stricken 29 June 1944
			0148 stricken 29 June 1944
			0149 stricken 29 June 1944
			0150 skidded during landing and struck seawall, Corpus
				Christi, TX 3/22/1944.  SOC.
			0151 stricken 31 December 1944
			0152 stricken 24 September 1943
			0153 stricken 29 June 1944
			0154 stricken 24 September 1943
			0155 stricken 31 December 1944
			0156 stricken 31 October 1944
			0157 suffered hull damage at Jacksonville during beach approach Oct 3, 1941.  Stricken 31 October 1944
			0158 (VP-2) crashed 23 August 1937
			0159 (VP-7) crashed 6 January 1938
			0160 stricken 31 January 1945
			0161 stricken 30 September 1944
0162/0190	Grumman J2F-1 Duck
			0162 experimentally fitted with full span flaps on
			upper wings - May have unofficially known as J2F-1A
0191/0210	Stearman NS-1
			c/n 73042/73061
0211/0264	Grumman F3F-1
			Model G-11.
			0233 SOC Nov 6, 1942
			0239 SOC Mar 31, 1943
			0241 SOC Apr 30, 1938
			0253 with VF-4 c1937.
0265		Naval Aircraft Factory XN3N-2
0266		Grumman JF-2 
			US Coast Guard serial number 161/V135 transferred to US Navy
0267		Lockheed XR2O-1 Electra
			c/n 1052.  To civil registry as NC56573/N57573.  Preserved at New England Air Museum, Bradley, Connecticut.
				cancelled Feb 1, 2013.
0268/0381	Douglas TBD-1 Devastator
			c/n 1750/1863
			0268 modified as TBD-1A with floats.  Stricken Sep 22, 1943
			0269 SOC Jul 8, 1943
			0270 (VT-3) crashed 15 August 1938; 1 killed, 2 OK
			0271 (VT-2) lost with sinking of LEXINGTON (CV-2) 8 May 1942
			0272 stricken at Mustin Field, PA 30 September 1944
			0273 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0274 (VT-6) ditched due to fuel exhaustion during scouting mission 93 mi from 
				USS Enterprise 2/18/1942.  Crew ok
			0275 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0276 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0277 SOC Jan 31, 1944
			0278 (VT-5) mid-air with another TBD 17 March 1941; 3 killed
			0279 stricken 12 October 1943
			0280 (VT-2) crashed Haleakala, Hawaii Apr 30, 1941; 3 killed
			0281 (VT-3) hit ramp on landing USS Saratoga Jun 14, 1941.  2 killed.
			0282 force landed Jan 12, 1943 NAS Miami due to fuel exhaustion.
			0283 (VT-6) force-landed 20 miles south of Oahu 14 June 1941; 3 OK
			0284 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0285 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0286 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0287 (VT-2) wings folded on takeoff and crashed 2 February 1940; 3 OK
			0288 (VT-3) crashed San Diego 29 July 1938; 2 killed
			0289 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0290 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0291 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0292 (VT-3) midair collision with 0373 Jan 13, 1940; 3 OK
			0293 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0294 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise
			0295 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0296 stricken 31 January 1944
			0297 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0298 (VT-5) crash landed in lagoon at Jaluit Atoll in 
				Marshall Islands Feb 1, 1942.  Recently rediscovered.
			0299 (VS-71) flotation bags inflated inflight and crashed 23 May 1941; 1 MIA, 2 OK
			0300 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0301 (VT-2) lost in barrier crash 6 January 1939
			0302 (VT-7)force landed 4 mi SW of Donaldsville, GA 5/28/1942
				and caught fire.  Crew OK.
			0303 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0304 stricken 31 January 1944
			0305 stricken 23 January 1944
			0306 stricken 31 January 1944
			0307 stricken 5 January 1944
			0308 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0309 (VT-2) lost in ramp strike 9 August 1938
			0310 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0311 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0312 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0313 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0314 (VT-2) force-landed after engine fire Hawaii Jun 21, 1940
			0315 (VT-5) lost in mid-air collision 16 August 1938; 1 killed, 2 OK
			0316 (VT-5) force-landed at sea Jun 25, 1939; 3 OK
			0317 ditched following engine failure May 4, 1942
			0318 with VT-6 on USS Enterprise (CV-6).  Stricken 12 October 1943
			0319 stricken 12 October 1943
			0320 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0321 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0322 (VT-6) stalled on takeoff from USS Enterprise 3/10/1939.
				Crew uninjured.
			0323 (VT-3) crashed 11 March 1941; 2 killed, 1 OK
			0324 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0325 stricken 30 November 1944 (last TBD on list)
			0326 stricken 9 May 1944
			0327 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0328 stricken 31 January 1944
			0329 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA
			0330 (VT-6) stalled on landing and crashed 12 September 1940
			0331 stricken NAS Dahlgren 9 August 1942
			0332 (VT-6) stalled on landing and crashed Jun 3, 1940
			0333 (VT-5) ditched returning from Tulagi strike 4 May 1942.
				Also listed as being lost at Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			0334 (VT-5) crashed Woodbridge, CT July 27, 1938; 3 killed
			0335 (VT-6) missing 1/16/1942 off USS Enterprise.  Crew found
				on raft 34 days later.
			0336 stricken 9 May 1944
			0337 (VT-5) lost in ramp strike on USS Yorktown 27 October 1938
			0338 (VT-8) ditched off USS Hornet Oct 1, 1942 due to fuel exhaustion.  Crew rescued by USS MacFarland.
			0339 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0340 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0341 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0342 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0343 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0344 (VT-5) flotation bag inflated in flight off Oahu and crashed May 25, 1941; 1 killed
			0345 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			0346 stricken 31 January 1944
			0347 ditched Jan 22, 1943 off Virginia Key during torpedo run.  
				2 crew OK.  Later recovered by Navy.  SOC Jan 31, 1943
			0348 (VT-6) wing folded on take-off, NAS North Island 16 April 1941; 3 killed
			0349 stricken 4 August 1943
			0350 in runway collision 12/14/1942 NAS Miami.  2 crew OK.  Another source has
				fate as crashed Feb 15, 1943.
			0351 (VN-4) wing folded on take-off and crashed 28 July 1938
			0352 lost in action, Jaluit Feb 1, 1942.
			0353 ditched off Miami Beach during torpedo training Sep 2, 1943.
				2 crew OK.  Terence Geary has a photo of 0353 
				underwater.  SOC Sep 8, 1943.
			0354 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0355 stricken 12 October 1943
			0356 (VN-5) stricken at NATT Chicago 31 January 1944
			0357 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.  SOC Oct 12, 1943.
			0358 crashed Jan 5, 1943, stricken 31 January 1943
			0359 (VT-5) lost in ramp strike 4 June 1941; 1 killed
			0360 stricken 12 October 1943
			0361 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0362 stricken 31 January 1944
			0363 crashed during torpedo practice off Miami beach 8/27/1943.
				2 crew killed.  SOC Sep 6, 1943
			0364 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0365 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			0366 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0367 (VT-6) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0368 stricken 12 October 1943
			0369 crashed on takeoff at Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, TX Nov 26, 1938.
				Also listed as crashing at El Paso, TX Nov 28, 1939; 2 killed
			0370 (VT-6) overside landing USS Enterprise 5/28/1942.
			0371 (VT-3) hit barrier on USS Saratoga on landing 12/6/1941
				and went overside.
			0372 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  Two crew MIA.
			0373 (VT-3) mid-air collision with 0292 20 miles E of Julian, CA Jan 13, 1940; 1 killed, 2 OK
			0374 stricken 31 January 1944
			0375 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
			0376 stricken Jan 31, 1944
			0377 (VT-2) ditched due to engine failure Mar 5, 1941 5 mi off Mission
				Beach, CA.
			0378 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise.
			0379 stricken 31 January 1944
			0380 (VT-5) mid-air collision with 0278 17 March 1941; 3 killed
			0381 (VT-3) lost at Midway 4 June 1942
0382		NAS Norfolk PM-2
			Built from spares at Norfolk.  SOC Nov 22, 1939
0383		Grumman XF4F-2 Wildcat
			Model G-18.  C/n 356.  First flight Se0 2, 1937.  Delivered to US Navy at NAS Anacostia Dec 23, 1937.
				Later converted to XF4F-3, model G-36, c/n 356.  First flight Feb 12, 1939.  Crashed at NAS
				Norfolk Dec 17, 1940
0384		Fleet Air Base Coco Solo PM-2 
			Built at Coco Solo from spares, including hull of A8480.
			SOC Nov 16, 1939
0385		Naval Aircraft Factory XO2N-1
			SOC Annapolis Jun 1944
0386/0425	Curtiss SOC-2 Seagull
			c/n 12200/12239
			0392, 0415 converted to SOC-2A
			0391 lost overboard from USS Portland during hurrican Aug 23, 1941
			0394 (VCS-6, USS San Francisco) capsized and sank during recovery
				accident Feb 26, 1942.  I also have a reference which has this plane
				as being lost at sea off USS San Francisco Sep 2, 1941
			0397 used in Operation Nanook 1946.
			0400 (VCS-8) missing at sea off USS Nashville May 5, 1942.  2 MIA
			0401 lost at sea of USS San Francisco Sep 2, 1941.
			0406 (VCS-4) capsized at sea during recovery accident and sunk
				by gunfire Jul 9, 1942.
			0408 lost at sea off USS Savannah Jun 4, 1943
			0417 (VDS-8, USS Philadelphia) capsized and sank in takeoff accident
				in high wind Vazgerfijord, Iceland Mar 12, 1942.
			0420 fell off USS Columbia catapult and sunk by gunfire Jan 3, 1943
			0421 (VCS-4, USS Chicago) rough landing in high sea, float tore off
				and sank Feb 20, 1942.
0426/0450	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1 
			contract cancelled
0451		Brewster XF2A-1 Buffalo
			Later converted to XF2A-2
0452		Grumman XF3F-2
			Model G-11
0453		Consolidated XPB2Y-1 Coronado
0454/0503	Consolidated PBY-2 Catalina
			0454 water-looped in landing in Pensacola Bay, FL Aug 15, 1944.
				SOC Aug 28, 1944.
			0455 crashed into Lake Ponchartrain, LA Jan 28, 1943 (Feb 10, 1943 ??).  3 killed,
				13 injured.
			0456 stricken NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
			0457 stricken 31 December 1944
			0458 stricken NAS Pensacola 27 April 1943
			0459 stricken NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944 
			0460 stricken NAS Pensacola 31 May 1944
			0461 stricken NAS Jacksonville 7 June 1944
			0462 (VP-13) and 0463 (VP-11) collided in midair Feb 2, 1938 off San Clemente, CA.  11 of 14 onboard killed.
			0464 stricken NAS Pensacola 10 December 1943
			0465 skidded during landing USCG Pensacola, FL. Mar 24, 1944.
				SOC NAS Pensacola 26 May 1944.
			0466 water looped in hard landing Escambia Bay, FL. Jan 15, 1944.
				SOC Mar 13, 1944
			0467 (VP-53) crashed 5 March 1941; stricken 31 March 1941
			0468 stricken 26 May 1944
			0469 stricken 30 September 1944
			0470 stricken 27 July 1944
			0471 damaged in hard landing in Pensacola Bay, FL
				Jul 7, 1944.  SOC 27 July 1944
			0472 damaged in water landing at Jacksonville, Florida Sep 3, 1941.  Water-looped on landing Escambia Bay, FL Oct 24, 1943.  SOC Jan 7, 1944.
			0473 damaged in hard landing Escambia Bay, FL Jun 14, 1944.
				SOC 27 June 1944.
			0474 stricken 28 February 1945
			0475 stricken 31 December 1944
			0476 stricken 1945
			0477 stricken 27 April 1944
			0478 stricken 31 December 1944
			0479 crashed during water landing Pensacola Bay, FL Jan 19, 1944.
				SOC 27 July 1944.
			0480 stricken 1945
			0481 damaged during landing Perdido Bay, FL Oct 4, 1943.  SOC 18 October 1943.
			0482 (VP-10) crashed Pacific 18 November 1938; stricken 31 March 1939
			0483 water looped during landing at Escambia Bay, FL
				Dec 4, 1943.  SOC 27 July 1944.
			0484 stricken NAS Pensacola 31 December 1944
			0485 stricken NAS Pensacola 31 December 1944
			0486 stricken NAS Pensacola 30 September 1944
			0487 based at NAS Pensacola, assigned to NOB Bermuda Nov 15, 1943.  stricken 31 August 1944
			0488 damaged in landing accident with VP-23 at Hilo Bay, Hawaii Aug 22, 1941.  Water looped during landing at NAS Pensacola, FL
				and sank Sep 25, 1942.  Stricken NAS Pensacola 31 October 1942 (card gives 
				date of crash as 26 October 1942)
			0489 stricken Bronson Field 31 December 1944
			0490 damaged during landing Peridido Bay, FL Jun 21, 1944.  SOC NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
				I have this plane also having force landed Sep 5, 1941 in Pensacola Bay, FL.
			0491 stricken NAS Pensacola Jul 27, 1944
			0492 strikcen 30 November 1944
			0493 stricken 31 December 1944
			0494 skidded on landing Pensacola Bay, FL 5/29/1944.  SOC NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944.
			0495 water-looped on landing Pensacola East Bay Nov 18, 1943.  Stricken NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
				I have this plane also as having force landed in
				Pensacola Bay, FL Aug 29, 1941 and SOC.  Information anyone?
			0496 force landed Aug 26, 1941 Pensacola Bay, FL.  Card shows still on charge in 1945
			0497 did touch and go and taxi with hatch open and sank
				 NAS Jacksonville, FL 1/5/1943.  Stricken NAS Jacksonville 31 January 1943
			0498 stricken NAS Pensacola 27 July 1944
			0499 stricken NAS Pensacola 1945
			0500 stricken NAS Pensacola 30 November 1944
			0501 hit downdraft over Gulf of Mexico and two crew 
				members not wearing safety belts were thrown out and
				killed 5/12/1942.  Same plane (with VN-8) force-landed 
				Escambria Bay, FL and ran aground 8/31/1943.  Stricken NAS Pensacola 13 October 1943.
			0502 stricken NAS Pensacola 31 January 1945
			0503 stricken NAS Pensacola 1945
0504/0506	Sikorsky JRS-1
			0504 (c/n 4329) SOC Nov 1943
			0505 (c/n 4330) crashed Dec 31, 1938
			0506 (c/n 4331) SOC Nov 1943
0507/0589	Curtiss SBC-3 Helldiver
			c/n 12243/12325
			0507 became static test airframe, tested to destruction and SOC Jun 30, 1938
			0508 lost at sea off Virginia Aug 24, 1941.  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0509 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis, soc Nov 20, 1943
			0510 crashed Nov 19, 1938, SOC Dec 30, 1938.
			0511 (VS-5) lost at sea Aug 29, 1939
			0512 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0513 SOC at NAS Jacksonville Oct 31, 1944
			0514 crashed Jul 18, 1940, SOC Sep 30, 1940
			0515 SOC Jun 30, 1943
			0516 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis, SOC Nov 20, 1943
			0517 with VS-5 on USS Yorktown (CV-5).  Flotation bags inflated in flight and crew bailed out off Oahu Oct 31, 1940.
				SOC Dec 31, 1940
			0518 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago, SOC Jan 28, 1944
			0519 crashed Nov 21, 1939 from USS Enterprise, SOC Jan 31, 1940.  Wreckage found Jan 2007 in 200 feet of water west shore of Oahu, HI.
			0520 crashed Nov 3, 1941, SOC Dec 31, 1941
			0521 SOC Feb 28, 1942
			0522 SOC Jul 28, 1943
			0523 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0524 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			0525 crashed Nov 2, 1938, SOC Nov 30, 1938
			0526 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0527 SOC Jul 28, 1944
			0528 stricken NAS Miami Dec 6, 1943.
			0529 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0530 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0531 SOC Aug 21, 1943
			0532 SOC Jun 30, 1943
			0533 stricken NAS Jacksonville 31 October 1944
			0534 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC May 31, 1943
			0535 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0536 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0537 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0538 crashed Jan 17, 1941.  SOC Mar 31, 1941
			0539 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0540 crashed at Miami Jul 7, 1942.  SOC Mar 31, 1943
			0541 crashed Aug 11, 1939.  SOC Sep 30, 1939
			0542 anoard USS Yorktown (CV-5) wit VS-5.  Ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis, SOC Apr 19, 1944
			0543 SOC Jul 6, 1943
			0544 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago, SOC Jan 28, 1944
			0545 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0546 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville, SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0547 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0548 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0549 crashed Aug 11, 1938, SOC Oct 31, 1938
			0550 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0551 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0552 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0553 crashed at Miami Mar 23, 1943.  SOC Mar 31, 1943
			0554 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Mar 31, 1943.
			0555 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Nov 20, 1943.
			0556 crashed Jul 2, 1949.  SOC Aut 31, 1949
			0557 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 13, 1943.
			0558 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			0559 crashed at Miami Dec 2, 1942.  SOC Dec 31, 1942
			0560 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944.
			0561 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0562 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 28, 1944.
			0563 crashed at Miami Jan 13, 1942. SOC Jan 31, 1942
			0564 SOC May 31, 1943.
			0565 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0566 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943.
			0567 crashed at Miami Dec 2, 1942.  SOC Dec 31, 1942
			0568 crashed at Miami Sep 17, 1941.  SOC Oct 31, 1941
			0569 SOC Jan 29, 1944
			0570 crashed at Miami Jan 28, 1943.  SOC Feb 28, 1943
			0571 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC May 31, 1943.
			0572 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943.
			0573 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0574 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944.
			0575 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943.
			0576 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  
			0577 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0578 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			0579 crashed at Miami Apr 12, 1943. SOC Apr 30, 1943
			0580 SOC Jul 28, 1944
			0581 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943   
			0582 converted to XSBC-4.  SOC at NAS Kodiak Aug 31, 1944
			0583 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			0584 SOC Jun 30, 1943
			0585 SOC Aug 21, 1943
			0586 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0587 SOC Jul 25, 1943
			0588 SOC Sep 21, 1943
			0589 used for drone control tests at NAF Feb 1942 to Dec 1943.  SOC Jan 8, 1944
0590/0626	Northrop BT-1
			0590 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0591 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0592 (VB-5) damaged beyond repair in landing accident on USS Yorktown
				Aug 24, 1939.  One crewman slightly injured, other one unhurt
			0593 (VB-5) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Yorktown
				Jan 28, 1938.  One crewman injured, one missing
			0594 (VB-5) stalled on takeof from USS Enterprise and spun into sea Feb 12, 1941.
				Both crew slightly injured.
			0595 (VB-5) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Yorktown Jan 7, 1939.
				One crew slightly injured, one unhurt.
			0596 badly damaged in hard landing at NAS Miami, FL Jun 12, 1943.  Not repaired
			0597 (VB-5) entered spin and crashed at Oahu, Hawaii Nov 14, 1940.  Both crew killed.
			0598 (VB-5) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Yorktown Nov 8, 1940.
				Both crew slightly injured.
			0599 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0600 SOC Sep 6, 1943
			0601 crashed 1 mi S of Beacon, FL Nov 3,1941 after entering spin as result of violent
				maneuver to avoid another aircraft.  Both crew killed.
			0602 in midair collision with 0637 near Hollywood Hotel, FL
				5/13/1943.  2 crew bailed out safely.
			0603 (VB-5) stalled and crashed into sea while turning into final for landing on
				USS Yorktown Mar 3, 1941. Both crew slightly injured.
			0604 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0605 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			0606 with VB-5 on USS Yorktown in 1938. SOC Apr 29, 1943
			0607 SOC Dec 23 ,1943
			0608 (VB-6) missing on night flight from NAS San Diego Feb 24, 1941
			0609 force landed near Miami, FL Jun 22, 1943 and DBR.  Crew unhurt
			0610 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0611 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0612 SOC Dec 23, 1943.
			0613 SOC Aug 31, 1944
			0614 crashed Jan 7, 1942.
			0615 with VB-6 on USS Enterprise in 1938.  SOC Sep 21, 1943
			0616 SOC Dec 23, 1943
			0617 SOC Apr 29, 1944.  
			0618 force-landed 9/5/1943 near Miami, FL and DBR.
			0619 (VB-6) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Enterprise Jan 23, 1939.
				Both crew slightly injured
			0620 ditched 6/28/1942 5 miles off Port Everglades, FL and
				sank.  Both crew slightly injured
			0621 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0622 spun into sea off Fort Lauderdale, FL Jun 30, 1941.  Both crew killed.
			0623 crashed during forced landing 7/21/1943, Miami, FL following engine failure.
				Crew of 1 slightly injured.
			0624 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0625 SOC May 21, 1943
			0626 (VB-6) crashed near La Jolla, CA Feb 24, 1941 during night training flight.
				Both crew killed.
0627		Northrop BT-1
			Converted to XBT-2 and became prototype for SBD series.  SOC Jun 28,1944
0628/0643	Northrop BT-1
			0628 SOC May 31, 1943
			0629 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			0630 in mid-air collision with BT-1 0632 3/21/1943 near Miami, FL.
				Pilot parachuted to safety.
			0631 with VB-6 on USS Enterprise (CV-6).  SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0632 in mid-air collision with BT-1 0630 3/21/1943 near Miami, FL
				Pilot killed.
			0633 crashed 1/2 mi NE of Hollywood Hotel, FL after pilot lost control whilst 
				pullying out of a dive Apr 9, 1943.  2 crew bailed out.
			0634 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0635 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0636 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			0637 in mid-air collision with BT-1 0602 near Hollywood Hotel, FL
				5/13/1943.  2 crew bailed out.
			0638 crashed 12 mi W of Okechobee Canal May 19, 1941.  Both crew killed
			0639 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			0640 (VB-5) went overboard during attempted landing on USS Yorktown Jul 24, 1940.
				Both crew slightly injured
			0641 lost control during storm near Pt. Affirm, FL Jun 30, 1942.
				Pilot bailed out.
			0642 in midair collision with BT-1 0590 Jul 29, 1943, Miami, FL.  Pilot bailed
				out.
			0643 engine caught fire in flight Feb 6, 1939 and pilot made emergency landing at
				Mustin Field but aircraft collided head-on with SOC 9948 and was DBR.
				One crew slightly injured, other unhurt.
0644/0723	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1
			0688 Lend-Lease to Cuban Navy as 1
			0719 to Chile AF with serial 500. May have become CC-DME, the aircraft later
				noted in Los Cerillos museum.
			0953 Lend-Lease to Cuban Navy as 2
			0962 Lend-Lease to Cuban Navy as 3
0724		Messerschmitt Bf-108b
0725		Cauldron C-620 Simoun
			Impressed from French Embassy at beginning of war.
0726/0779	Vought SB2U-1 Vindicator
			0729 (VB-3) crashed off Coronado, California Dec 5, 1938.  2 killed.
			0734 crashed Mar 17, 1938 near Linda Vista, California.  2 killed.
			0751 (VS-42) lost in South Atlantic Ocean from USS Ranger CV-4 Feb 16, 1942
			0759 (VS-41) lost in South Atlantic Ocean from USS Ranger CV-4 Jan 28, 1942
			0767 with VB-3 USS Saratoga 1937-38
			0768 SOC Apr 13, 1943
			0777 crashed at Miramar Field Aug 19, 1940.  1 killed.
			0778 with VB-9 c1940-41.
			0779 converted to XSB2U-3
0780/0794	Grumman J2F-2 Duck
			Model G-15
0795		Bellanca JE-1  
			commercial Bellanca Model 31-42 Skyrocket acquired by US Navy
0796		Martin XPBM-1 Mariner
0797/0799	Air Cruiser free balloon
0800		Fairchild JK-1
			civil Fairchild 45 acquired by Navy
0801		Beech JB-1 Traveller 
			c/n 115.  Civil C-17R purchased by Navy
0802/0841	Vought SBU-2
			0802 SOC Aug 10, 1943
			0803 SOC Nov 16, 1943
			0804 crashed at Pensacola Apr 10, 1942
			0805 crashed Jan 30, 1938
			0806 crashed Feb 23, 1943
			0807 crashed at Pensacola Jul 30, 1941
			0808 SOC Jul 23, 1943
			0809 crashed at Pensacola Jun 10, 1940
			0810 crashed at Pensacola Jul 30, 1941
			0811 crashed at San Diego Mar 8, 1943
			0812 crashed at Pensacola May 25, 1938
			0813 SOC Dec 17, 1943
			0814 crashed at Pensacola Oct 10, 1941
			0815 crashed at Quonset Point Mar 11, 1943
			0816 collided with 0817 Apr 4, 1939 and crashed
			0817 collided with 0816 Apr 4, 1939 and crashed.
			0818 SOC Dec 30, 1943.
			0819 relegated to ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville,
				SOC Nov 30, 1942
			0820 SOC Aug 6, 1943
			0821 SOC Sep 13, 1943
			0822 SOC Feb 20, 1943
			0823 SOC Oct 10, 1943
			0824 crashed at Cape May Aug 12, 1940
			0825 relegated to ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville,
				SOC Nov 30, 1942
			0829 crashed at Pensacola Jan 7, 1943
			0830 crashed at Pensacola May 5, 1941
			0831 SOC Oct 9, 1943
			0832 SOC Jan 31, 1944
			0833 crashed at Pensacola May 2, 1942
			0834 SOC Aug 25, 1943
			0835 SOC May 25, 1944
			0836 crashed at Floyd Bennett Field Sep 5, 1937
			0837 crashed at Pensacola Sep 5, 1941
			0838 SOC Aug 14, 1943
			0839 SOC Dec 22, 1943
			0840 crashed at Pensacola May 5, 1941
			0841 SOC Mar 14, 1944
0842/0907	Consolidated PBY-3 Catalina
			0865 suffered engine firem and made forced landing Corpus Christi Bay Oct 21, 1941.
			0879 hit swell on takeoff in Gulf of Mexico off Corpus 
				Christi, TX and sank 6/13/1942.
			0885 (c/n 44) VP-32 sank after running into uncharted submerged rock pier while taxiing for takeoff at Manzanillo
				Bay, Canal Zone Aug 14, 1942
			0891 flew into water during low altitude flying 5/5/1943
				45 miles from NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  3 killed, one
				injured.
			0892 (VP-32) damaged in rough water landing at Gatos Lake, Canal Zone Nov 4, 1941.
			0907 water looped while landing in Corpus Christi Bay, TX
				10/20/1942.  2 killed, 4 injured.
0908/0909	Stearman-Hammond JH-1
			Model Y-15 used by Navy for radio-controlled drone experiments
			0908 (may have been c/n 304) delivered Dec 1937
			0909 (may have beej c/n 305) delivered Dec 1937.
0910/0949	North American NJ-1
			c/n NA28-313/352
			0949 converted to NJ-2
0950		Curtiss XSO2C-1
			Crashed at Anacostia Jun 29, 1941.  To mechanics school at NAS Jacksonville
0951		Vought XOS2U-1 Kingfisher
0952/0966	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-1
0967/1047	Grumman F3F-2
			Model G-11
			0972 with Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, Galveston, TX as N20RW.  Has been restored to flying status
			0976 (c/n 374) ditched off Del Mar, CA Aug 29, 1940.  Located in 1988 and recovered in 1990 and
				restored and put on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL in 1994.
			1005 at Quantico Air Museum.  Also reported as having crashed with VF-6 Apr 5, 1938 near Lynnhaven Inlet, Virginia.
				One killed.
			1008 with VMF-1 on USS Enterprise (CV-6)
			1028 at Fantasy of Flight Museum in Polk, FL as N26KW.  It is part of the Kermit
				Weeks collection.  Registration N19FG was reserved in 1990, later became N26KW.
			1031 (XF3F-3) crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Jul 24, 1941.
			1033 at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA as N20FG
1048/1051	Lockheed JO-2
			1048 (c/n 1230) SOC Mar 19, 1942
			1049 (c/n 1231) SOC Nov 4, 1943
			1050 (c/n 1232) crashed at Quantico, Virginia Sep 26, 1938
			1051 (c/n 1233) lost at Ewa MCAS Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack.
1052		Stearman XOSS-1
			c/n 85000.  Surveyed at NAS Jacksonville Jul 1941
1053		Lockheed JO-1
			c/n 1227. To civil registry PP-PBX, then as NC1108/N1108.  Current, registred to Hofman Family Foundation
1054/1059	Sikorsky JRS-1 
			Military version of S-43 
			1054 (c/n 4337) Aug 21, 1943
			1055 (c/n 4338) grounded at Norfolk, VA Oct 10, 1942.  SOC Jul 23, 1943
			1056 (c/n 4339) SOC Jul 23, 1943.
			1057 (c/n 4340) crashed Dec 2, 1940.  Listed as SOC Jul 23, 1943.
			1058 (c/n 4341) SOC Aug 3, 1944
			1059 (c/n 4342) soc Jul 22, 1943.  To RFC Aug 6, 1945.  Became NC53294, later
				N53294, later still N326.  Damaged at Cataline 1958.  No further trace.
1060/1061	Sikorsky JRS-1
			For Marines - military version of S-43
			1060 (c/n 4343) crashed at New River, NC Aug 27, 1941.  SOC Dec 16, 1941
			1061 (c/n 4344) allegedly destroyed by fire during Japanese attack on Pearl
				Harbor, but date is given as Jan 13, 1942.  The plane marked as
				1061 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson,AZ is really c/n 4325,
				which saw no military service.
1062/1063	Sikorsky JRS-1 
			Military version of S-43 
			1062 (c/n 4345) soc Nov 30, 1944
			1063 (c/n 4346) in ground accident Jun 3, 1941.  It was at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  
				SOC Aug 31, 1944, to storage Mar 1945, later to NACA.  Preserved in 1948 for NASM.
				In storage at Garber Facility in Silver Hill, MD.  Allegedly the only aircraft
				that was at Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941 that has survived until the 21st century.
1064/1146	Curtiss SOC-3 Seagull
			c/n 12329/12411
			1065 (VP-101) damaged beyond repair by salt water immersion May 1942.
			1071 (VCS-9) fuel exhaustion at sea off USS Boise, tried to
				taxi to beach, capsized and sank Sept 5, 1942.
			1076 crashed on takeoff from NAS Norfolk, VA in landplane
				configuration May 5, 1942.  2 killed.
			1078 used in Operations Nanook and Highjump 1946-47.  SOC Sep 30, 1947.
			1085 (VCS-7, USS Vincennes) spun in after catapult launch Mar 16, 1942.
			1086 lost at sea, USS Arizona Jul 10, 1940.
			1089 (VCS-9) off USS Phoenix spun in during gunnery practice
				Sept 29, 1942.  1 killed.
			1090 (VCS-7 USS Wichita) loss of power, force landed, hit swell,
				capsized and sank Apr 16, 1942.
			1092 attached to USS Idaho BB-42, crashed in San Francisco Bay Jul 21, 1938.  2 killed.
			1103 sand during recovery by USS Houston, recovered and SOC at Cavite Oct 1941.
			1106 (VCS-7) in recovery accident off USS Tucaloosa and sank
				near Axar Fiord, Iceland May 5, 1942.
			1107 (VCS-3) in fuel exhaustion off USS Richmond Aug 9, 1942
				offshord from Peru.  1 crew missing.
			1109 (VCS-9, USS Helena) landing accident, sank inverted with main
				float broken off near Oakland APT, San Francisco Bay Feb 25, 1942.
			1113 wrecked at see USS Maryland Nov 17, 1939
			1114 (VCS-8) in recovery accident off USS Philadelphia and
				sand Apr 24, 1942.
			1115 (VCS-9) missing at sea off USS Honolulu Jun 11, 1942.  
				Found floating inverted off Farrallon Isls, CA Nov 11, 1942.
				2 crew missing.
			1126 (VS-201, USS Long Island) ditched at sea due to fuel exhaustion
				Aug 2, 1941.
			1127 (VS-201, USS Long Island) ditched at sea due to fuel exhaustion
				Aug 2, 1941.
			1128 (VS-201, USS Long Island) ditched at sea due to fuel exhaustion
				Aug 2, 1941.
			1134 (VCS-9) missing at sea off USS Hololulu Jun 11, 1942.
			1139 (VCS-9) spun in at sea off USS Boise Aug 30, 1943.
			1141 (VCS-9, USS St Louis) spun in and crashed off Hawaii Oct 16, 1941.
1147/1190	Naval Aircraft Factory SON-1 Seagull
			Curtiss SOC-3 built by Naval Aircraft Factory
			Some converted for carrier operation as SON-1A
			1175 (VCS-8) lost off USS Savannah off Bermuda Apr 13, 1942.
			1181 spun in and sank off USS Boise Oct 30, 1941
1191/1194	Sikorsky JRS-1 
			Military version of S-43 
			1191 (c/n 4347) lost at sea in forced landing off Hawaii Apr 25, 1942.  SOC Jun 30, 1942.
			1192 (c/n 4348) SOC Mar 31, 1943
			1193 (c/n 4349) SOC Jul 31, 1943.  Became NC53295 Aug 6, 1945.  Suffered taxying
				accident Sep 1948.  Disposed of by being towed out to sea and sunk.
			1194 (c/n 4350) sank at sea Apr 20, 1943 and SOC Apr 23, 1943.
1195/1209	Grumman J2F-2 Duck
			Model G-15.  Delivered to US Navy and US Marine Corps between Jun and Nov 1938.
			1198/1206 converted to J2F-2A in 1939 for use by VMS-3 in neutrality patrols over Caribbean.
1210		Goodyear L-1 airship
1211		Goodyear K-2 airship
1212		Societa Aeronautica Italiana S-2
1213/1244	Consolidated PBY-4 Catalina
			1214 (VP-101) destroyed in air raid on Darwin, Australia Feb 19, 1942
			1215 to RAAF as A24-28 in Mar 1942.
			1216 abandoned by US Nayy during invasion of Java, taken ove by NEIAF as Y-3.  Flow to Australia and
				handed over to RAAF as A24-29.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith in 1946
			1217 hit a rock and sank in Lake Lanao.
			1227 destroyed at Broome Mar 3, 1942
			1233 (VP-101) destroyed in air raid on Darwin, Australia Feb 19, 1942
			1234 water looped on landing May 3, 1939 at NAS North Island, CA.
			1237 destroyed at Broome Mar 3, 1942
			1244 water looped on landing during training NAS San Diego Dec 9, 1941.  One killed.
1245		Consolidated XPBY-4 Catalina
			Later converted to PBY-4 and still later to XPBY-5A
1246		Martin PBM-1 Mariner
			sank in storm near Iceland, Jan 15, 1942. (VP-72)
1247		Martin XPBM-2 Mariner
1248/1266	Martin PBM-1 Mariner
			1248 (VP-74) crashed into mountain side and burned at about 800 feet near
				Krisuvik, Iceland Nov 2, 1941.  12 killed.
			1250 (VP-74) MIA off Bermuda Jun 3, 1942 after search for survivors from SS Westmoreland sunk by U-566.
				12 crew MIA.
			1251 (VP-84) sank at sea off Bermuda Sep 3, 1942 after engine failure and
				forced landing at sea.
			1255 (VP-74) sank in storm near Iceland, Jan 15,
				1942.
			1256 (TTS) fire in air and crashed 11/11/42 NAS Banana River, F.  11 killed.
1267		Lockheed XJO-3
			c/n 1253.  Built with fixed tricycle landing gear and an arrestor hook.  Delivered Oct 15, 1938
				and operated from USS Lexington Aug 29, 1939.  Crashed at Banana River, Florida May 7, 1943.
1268/1325	Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver
			Some from this batch diverted to France ahead of France's own order for 90 aircraft.  Aircraft were flown to Halifax,
				Nova Scotia and loaded aboard French aircraft carier Bearn.  France fell in Jun 1940 while aircraft carrier was
				in mid-Atlantic and was diverted to Martinique, where the aircraft rotted away in the humid climate and were
				eventually scrapped.
			1268 diverted to test work as a second XSBC-4.  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1269 exhibited at World's Fair in NYC Apr 1939 to Dec 1939 before entering USN
				service.  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1270 crashed at San Diego Jan 25, 1941.  SOC Feb 28, 1941
			1271 SOC Nov 30, 1943
			1272 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1273 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1274 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1275 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1276 SOC Feb 28, 1943
			1277 SOC May 31, 1943
			1278 SOC May 31, 1943
			1279 SOC Nov 30, 1943
			1280 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1281 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1282 crashed Jul 11, 1940. SOC Dec 31, 1940
			1283 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 7, 1944
			1284 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1285 crashed Nov 16, 1940.  SOC Dec 31, 1940.
			1286 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman, OK. SOC Aug 10, 1943
			1287 crashed Mar 13, 1943.   SOC Apr 8, 1943
			1288 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1289 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1290 SOC Feb 28, 1943
			1291 crashed Jul 13, 1940.  SOC Aug 31, 1940
			1292 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1293 DBR at Jacksonville Apr 23, 1943.  SOC May 4, 1943
			1294 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1295 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1296 crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Jan 15, 1942.  SOC Jun 30, 1942
			1297 DBR at Jacksonville Mar 6, 1942.  SOC Mar 13, 1943
			1298 crashedat Miami Apr 20, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943.
			1299 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1300 crashed at Quantico Mar 18, 1942.  SOC Apr 30, 1942
			1301 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1302 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC May 31, 1943
			1303 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman.  SOC Aug 10, 1943
			1304 SOC Apr 30, 1943    
			1305 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman, OK.  SOC Aug 10, 1943
			1306 crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Jun 12, 1942.  SOC Jun 30, 1942
			1307 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1308 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1309 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1310 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1311 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1312 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1313 DBR at San Diego Apr 18, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943
			1314 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman, OK.  SOC Aug 10, 1943
			1315 SOC May 31, 1943
			1316 SOC at NAS Corpus Christi Jul 7, 1943
			1317 DBR at Jacksonville Apr 23, 1943.  SOC May 4, 1943
			1318 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Nov 20, 1943
			1319 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1320 SOC Jun 26, 1944
			1321 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1322 SOC Aug 6, 1943
			1323 DBR at Corpus Christi Aug 27, 1942.  SOC Aug 31, 1942
			1324 DBR at Jacksonville Apr 23, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943
			1325 SOC May 31, 1943.
1326/1383	Vought SB2U-2 Vindicator
			1327 (VS-71) lost in North Atlantic Ocean from USS Wasp CV-7 Jan 27, 1942.
			1330 SOC Mov 30, 1943 (last operational SB2U
			1333 SOC Dec 31, 1942
			1362 lost at sea in North Atlantic Ocean from USS Wasp CV-7 Mar 27, 1942
			1363 (VS-71) crashed on Allt on Tor, Scotland Mar 23, 1942 whilst en route 
				from Tain to Inverness (unit was embarked on USS Wasp, which was at Scapa 
				Flow at the time).
			1364 (VS-72) lost off Greenock, Scotland in North Atlantic from USS Wasp CV-7 Apr 14, 1942.  2 crew MIA.
			1368 (VS-71) lost off Norfolk, Virginia in Atlantic Ocean off USS Wasp CV-7 Jan 14, 1942
			1370 (VS-71) lost in Atlantic Ocean near England off USS Wasp CV-7 May 5, 1942.
			1383 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
1384		Grumman XJ3F-1
			Model G-26.  C/n 1021.  Delivered to US Navy at NAS Anacostia Sep 1938.  To US Wildlife Service in 1954 as
				N727.  To N2767A.  Crashed Apr 20, 1965 at Pebbly Beach, Catalina Island, California
1385		Curtiss XSO3C-1 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 82. First flight May 9, 1938
1386/1396	Brewster F2A-1 
			Last 44 of original order were diverted to Finland.
			All modified in F2A-2 standard between Oct-40/Jan-41 except 1390 and 1393
			1390 crashed (VF-3) during aerobatics Sep 23, 1940 8 mi off Dana PT, CA.  Pilot killed.
			1393 with VF-2 in 1940.
			As F2A-2: 
				1387 hit trees after takeoff 03/28/1943 Miami NAS and burned.
				1392 crashed 05/21/1943  (Jacksonville NAS)
				1394 crashed 02/28/1942  (Miami NAS). Pilot killed, British FAA pilot
				1395 stalled at 100 feet near Davis FL 12/18/1942  (Miami NAS)
1397/1439	Brewster F2A-2
			Originally part of F2A-1 order.
			1400 force-landed and ground-looped 12 mi W of NAS Miami on Tamiani Trail Oct 14, 1942.
			1403 (MF-122) spun in on landing at Camp Kearny, CA Mar 2, 1942.
			1411 in hard landing at Davis Field, FL Oct 29, 1942.
			1412 in midair near Grahams Dairy, Miami, FL Feb 6, 1943.
			1415 overshot landing Jul 10, 1942 at NAS Jacksonville, FL.
			1416 in midair Sept 28, 1942 5 mi west of Boca Raton, FL.
			1418 in forced-landing due to engine failure near NAS Nan Diego, CA Mar 15, 1942 
				and nosed over
			1419 (F2A-2R) force-landed near NAS Miami Dec 5, 1942.
			1420 hit SNJ-4 10287 in landing accident at NAS Miami Nov 2, 1942.
			1425 flew into ground while watching another plane force-land
				and bounced into a gully near Otay Mesa Field, CA.
			1427 spun-in and crashed at sea 8 mi off Pt Loma, Ca.  Pilot killed
			1432 pilot bailed out due to engine failure.  Plane crashed near Chula Vista, CA.
			1435 hit side of Poway Canion, CA during aerobatic training Dec 4, 1941.
			1436 pilot bailed out on ferry flight from Midland, TX to Corpus Christi, TX due
				to engine failure Jul 6, 1942.  Plane crashed at Helotes, TX.
			1439 in wheels-up landing Jul 24, 1943.
1440		Vought XSO2U-1
1441		Lockheed XR4O-1
			c/n 1482.  Staff transport version of Model 14-H2 Super Electra.  SOC at Jacksonville, Florida May 9, 1944.
1442		Grumman XF5F-1 Skyrocket 
			Model G-34.  First flight Apr 1, 1940.  Delivered to NAS Anacosia Feb 22, 1941.  Suffered several landing gear
				failures and SOC at NAS New York Dec 11, 1944. 
1443		Vought XF4U-1 Corsair
1444/1470	Grumman F3F-3
			Model G-11
1471/1473	Goodyear free balloons
1474/1504	Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver
			Some from this batch diverted to France ahead of France's own order for 90 aircraft.  Aircraft were flown to Halifax,
				Nova Scotia and loaded aboard French aircraft carier Bearn.  France fell in Jun 1940 while aircraft carrier was
				in mid-Atlantic and was diverted to Martinique, where the aircraft rotted away in the humid climate and were
				eventually scrapped.
			1474 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1475 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1476 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1477 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1478 SOC Oct 30, 1943
			1479/1487 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1488 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1489/1496 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1497 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Nov 20, 1943
			1498 crashed Nov 4, 1939.  SOC Dec 29, 1939
			1499 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1500 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1501 SOC Jul 30, 1943.
			1502 crashed NAS Corpus Christi May 2, 1942.  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1503 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1504  Crashed Mar 20, 1942.  SOC Apr 30, 1942.
1505/1519	Douglas TBD-1 Devastator
			c/n 2273/2287
			1505 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise
			1506 (VT-8) lost in Battle of Midway 6/4/1942.  2 crew MIA
			1507 crashed Feb 1, 1942 after colliding with TBD-1 1515.
			1508 crashed Feb 21, 1941
			1509 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  2 crew MIA.
			1510 SOC Aug 9, 1944
			1511 (VT-3)lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
			1512 (VT-6) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway, USS Enterprise
			1513 (VT-3) lost with sinking of YORKTOWN 7 June 1942
			1514 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			1515 (VT-5) crash landed in lagoon at Jaluit Atoll, Marshall
				Islands Feb 1, 1942 after colliding with TBD-1 1507.  Recently rediscovered.
			1516 (VT-2) lost with LEXINGTON May 8, 1942
			1517 stricken at NAS Miami 31 January 1944
			1518 (VT-8) lost 6/4/1942 Battle of Midway.  Ensign George
				H Gay found safe.  Other crew MIA.
			1519 stricken Aug 9, 1944
1520		Martin XPB2M-1 Mars
			C/n 877. First flight Jul 3, 1942. In 1942, modified as XPB2M-1R transport, gun turrets and bombing equipment removed.
				Nov 27, 1943 Delivered to VR-8 at Patuxent River, MD. Later to VR-2 at NAS Alameda, CA
				Withdrawn from service at  Mar 1945 Alameda, CA.  Named 'Old Lady' beached at Alameda, CA
 				Returned Apr 1945 to Martin Co. for JRM-1 crew training, arrived at Middle River, MD
				Transferred to NATC Patuxent River, MD as a maintenance trainer until 1949.  Later broken up, presumably at Patuxent River, MD.
1521		Naval Aircraft Factory XN5N-1
1522/1551	Naval Aircraft Factory SBN-1
			Originally designed as Brewster SBA-1
			1522 to NAOTC Jacksonville Oct 9, 1942.  SOC Jun 15, 1943
			1523 to NAS Norfolk Jun 25, 1942.  SOC Jun 15, 1943
			1524 to NAOTC Jacksonville Oct 9, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1525 DBR when undercarriage collapsed during forced landing Aug 22, 1941.
				Pilot (who was inexperienced with the type) had forgotten to switch
				the fuel selector valve on takeoff.  SOC Apr 30, 1942
			1526 SOC Dec 31, 1942
			1527 SOC Dec 31, 1942
			1528 SOC Dec 31, 1941
			1529 to NAOTC Jacksonville Oct 9, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1530 SOC Jul 31, 1943
			1531 crashed at Fentress Field, Norfolk, VA Dec 18, 1941 after engine
				failed.  Both crew injured.  SOC Dec 31, 1941.
			1532 SOC Sep 30, 1942
			1533 crashed after takeoff from Pungo Field, VA Jul 17, 1942 after
				engine failure.  Pilot (sole occupant) was unhurt.  SOC Jul 31, 1942.
			1534 flew into sea Nov 12, 1942 while pilot was performing carrier
				qualification on USS Long Island.  Pilot killed.  SOC Dec 31, 1941
			1535 to NAOTC Jacksonville Oct 9, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1536 SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1537 SOC Dec 31, 1942.  To NATTC Memphis as ground instructional airframe Mar 1, 1943
			1538 SOC Dec 31, 1942.  To NATTC Memphis as ground instructional airframe Mar 1, 1943
			1539 SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1540 to NAOTC Jacksonville Oct 9, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1541 SOC Aug 31, 1942.
			1542 SOC Dec 31, 1942.  To NATTC Memphis as ground instructional airframe
				Feb 17, 1943
			1543 to NAOTC Jacksonville Oct 9, 1942.
			1544 crashed while in circuit at NAS Norfolk, FA Aug 14, 1942.  Pilot
				survived with severe burns.  SOC Aug 31, 1942
			1545 SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1546 SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1547 SOC Jun 9, 1944
			1548 SOC Dec 31, 1942.  To NAS Jacksonville Jan 23, 1943, presumably
				as ground instructional airframe
			1549 SOC Nov 30, 1942
			1550 SOC Dec 31, 1942
			1551 suffered blown tire during takeoff at NAS Norfolk, VA Apr 4, 1942,
				ran out of airfield, crossed boundary and nosed over.  Both
				crew slightly injured.  SOC May 30, 1942.
1552/1567	North American SNJ-1 Texan
			c/n NA52-956/971
			1557 (c/n NA52-961) crashed Jul 2, 1941 near NAS Jacksonville, Florida.  2 killed.
1568/1587	Grumman J2F-3 Duck
			Model G-15.  Delivered between Feb and Jun 1939 for use as "admiral barges" and US Naval attaches.  Unarmed.
			1569 used by superintendent of US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
			1579 crashed on takeoff May 14, 1941 at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.  2 killed.
1588		Bell XFL-1 Airabonita
1589/1595	Beech GB-1 Traveller
			c/n 298/304.  Civil Beech D-17S purchased by US Navy
			1591 SOC at Corpus Cristi, Apr 15, 1942.
1596/1631	Douglas SBD-1 Dauntless
			c/n 549/584 (El Segundo c/ns)
			1596 (VMSB-234) ditched near Pearl Harbor 8/8/42.
			1597 with VMB-2.  SOC Mar 15, 1944
			1598 SOC Mar 15, 1944
			1599 SOC Jan 7, 1944
			1601 w/o 7/9/1942.
			1602 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1603 w/o Jul 13, 1942, San Diego, CA during dive bombing
				practice.
			1604 SOC Mar 15, 1944
			1605 SOC Jun 22, 1943
			1606 SOC Aug 9, 1944
			1607 (VMB-1) w/o Guantananamo Bay, Cuba Dec 23, 1940
			1608 SOC May 9, 1944
			1609 (VMB-1) crashed 9/23/1940.
			1610 (CQTU) lost at sea 1/15/1943
			1611 spun in 8/10/42 at Chula Vista, CA.  Crew killed.
			1612 (CQTU) ditched in Lake Michigan Nov 21, 1942. Salvaged in the early 1990s.  In 1997 was
				at National Museum of Naval Aviation awaiting restoration.  In 2003 was at
				Battleship Alabama Museum.  In 2005 was at the Midway restoration hangar at NAS North Island.
				Transferred to Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum at MCAS Miramar, San Diego, California for restoration for
				display there.
			1613 (VMSB-141) w/o 6/20/42 in mid-air collison, crew killed.
			1614 SOC Mar 29, 1944
			1615 SOC Nov 8, 1943
			1616 with VMB-1.  DBR Jan 14, 1943
			1617 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1618 w/o 7/18/42, San Diego, CA in midair with 1624 during takeoff.
			1619 crashed May 23, 1943
			1620 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1621 crashed 4/6/1943.
			1622 w/o 9/1/42 Baja California, Mexico.  Crew killed.
			1623 SOC Nov 8, 1943
			1624 w/o 7/18/42  San Diego, CA in midair with 1618 during takeoff
			1625 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1626 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1627 SOC Feb 29, 1944
			1628 (SBD-1P) SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1629 w/o 7/18/42 in mid-air with Army P-40, Oahu, HI
			1630 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1631 SOC Jan 29, 1944
1632		Brewster XSB2A-1 Buccaneer
1633/1638	Consolidated PB2Y-2 Coronado
			1638 to XPB2Y-3
1639/1670	Grumman J2F-4 Duck
			Model G-15.  Delivered between Sep 1939 and Jun 1940.  Utility version, could be used for target towing and smoke laying.
			1640 to USCG as V1640.  Crashed in Greenland during rescue of crew from downed B-17 Nov 29, 1942
			1646 crashed in Iceland, Jul 31, 1943
			1649 (c/n 536) delivered to US Navy Dec 1939.  SOC 1947.  To civil registry as N63850.  Crashed 1955 landing at Lake 
				Killarney, Nassau, Bahamas; sank and abandoned.   Salvaged 1991 and restored at Wichita, KS. First flight May 27, 2005, current
1671/1680	Grumman JRF-1 Goose
			Model G-38 c/n 1066/1075
			1671 (c/n 1066) completed as JRF-1A.  WFU Aug 31, 1944
			1672 (c/n 1067) completed as JRF-1A.  Wfu Dec 31, 1944
			1673 (c/n 1068) completed as JRF-1A.  WFU Aug 31, 1944
			1678 (c/n 1073) completed as JRF-1A.  WFU Aug 31, 1944
			1679 (c/n 1074) completed as JRF-1A.  w/o Oct 27, 1943 at Terainia, Line Islands
1681/1734	Vought OS2U-1 Kingfisher
			1684 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
			1692 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
			1728 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
			1731 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
			1732 Lend-Lease to Mexican AF
1735/1755	Douglas SBD-1 Dauntless
			c/n 585/605 (El Segundo c/ns)
			1735 Missing Sep 3, 1941
			1736 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1737 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1738 SOC May 31, 1943
			1739 (SBD-1P) SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1740 SOC Apr 29, 1944
			1741 (VMSB-232) w/o Apr 27, 1942 in diving bombing training
				accident near Wheeler Field, Hawaii.  Both crewmen
				killed.
			1742 SOC May 13, 1943
			1743 crashed Apr 15, 1941
			1744 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1745 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1746 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1747 SOC Mar 15, 1944
			1748 SOC Dec 31, 1942
			1749 SOC Nov 30, 1943
			1750 SOC Nov 8, 1943
			1751 SOC Apr 31, 1944
			1752 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1753 (VMSB-232) lost at Ewa, Hawaii December 7, 1941.
			1754 (VMSB-234) w/o 9/15/42 off Oahu, HI in dive-bombing
				training accident.  Crew killed.
			1755 SOC Aug 31, 1944
1756/1757	W. L. Maxson Corp. XNR-1
1758		Curtiss XSB2C-1 Helldiver
			Curtiss Model 84, first flight Dec 18, 1940.  Never left manufacturer's trials for US Navy testing.
				Crashed Feb 8, 1941 due to engine failure during approach. Sustained damage to fuselage
				but was repaired.  Destroyed after suffering inflight wing failure Dec 21, 1941.
1759/1808	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			1760 to civil registry as N45009
			1762 crashed Aug 1, 1940 near NAS Pensacola, Florida.  1 killed.
			1763 to civil registry as N45228
			1767 to civil registry as N44842
			1772 to civil registry as N45195
			1775 to civil registry as N44738
			1778 to civil registry as N45025
			1779 to civil registry as N45026
			1782 to civil registry as N27344
			1785 to civil registry as N45260
			1790 to civil registry as N45024
			1792 to civil registry as N45167
			1794 (VN1D8A) spun in near NAS Pensacola Mar 28, 1942, Royal Navy pilot killed.
			1798 to civil registry as N45104
			1801 to civil registry as N45106
			1808 to civil registry as N45298
1809/1843	Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver
			Some from this batch diverted to France ahead of France's own order for 90 aircraft.  Aircraft were flown to Halifax,
				Nova Scotia and loaded aboard French aircraft carier Bearn.  France fell in Jun 1940 while aircraft carrier was
				in mid-Atlantic and was diverted to Martinique, where the aircraft rotted away in the humid climate and were
				eventually scrapped.
			1809 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1810 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1811 to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1812 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Aug 6, 1943
			1813/1815 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1816 SOC Aug 11, 1943.
			1817 crashed at Corpus Christi Mar 2, 1942.  SOC Apr 9, 1942.
			1818 SOC May 31, 1943
			1819 SOC Nov 30, 1943
			1820/1822 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1823 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1824 DBR at Jacksonville Mar 6, 1943.  SOC Mar 13, 1943
			1825/1828 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1829 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago. SOC Oct 25, 1943
			1830 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			1831 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Oct 25, 1943
			1832/1841 transferred to USAAC Jun 8, 1940 and then to French Navy
			1842 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			1843 DBR Jun 17, 1942.  SOC Aug 31, 1942.
1844/1896	Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
			Model G-36
			1849, 1852, 1856, 1867, 1870, 1871, 1872,
			1875, 1880, 1894  modified as F4F-3P photo recon version.
			1846 and 1847 converted to XF4F-5
			1844 crashed Mar 5, 1941, Norbeck, Maryland
			1848 crashed and burned when landing on Hornet Mar 23, 1942.
			1858 loaded to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942.
			1860 (VF-42) lost at sea Jan 12, 1942
			1862 w/o May 28, 1941
			1869 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 21, 1942 (probably in very poor
				condition as caught fire after wheels-up landing at Norfolk
				Aug 16, 1942) 
			1883 (VF-42) lost May 4-8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea
			1886 (VF-42) lost at sea Jan 14, 1942
			1892 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 26, 1942
1897		Grumman XF4F-4 Wildcat
			Model G-36.  Had hydraulically-operated folding wings.  First flight Apr 15, 1941.  Delivered to US Navy May 14, 1941.
1898/1900	Beech GB-1 Traveller
			c/n 385/387.  Civil Beech D-17S purchased by US Navy
1901/1903	Douglas R3D-1 
			1901 (c/n 606) crashed at Mines Field, CA Jun 1, 1940 prior to delivery. 
			1902 (c/n 607) sticken fron inventory Jan 31, 1946
			1903 (c/n 608) transferred to Pacific May 1943 and believed to have been used
				briefly by General MacArthur.  Stricken from inventory Jan 31, 1945
1904/1907	Douglas R3D-2
			c/n 609/612
			1904 (c/n 609) transferred to Pacific shortly after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
				and crashed on an island off Australian coast after being hit by Japanese submarine
				Jan 31, 1942.  Some sources list this plane as being destroyed during Pearl Harbor
				attack Dec 7, 1941
			1905 (c/n 610) struck from inventory Oct 31, 1946
			1906 (c/n 611) struck from inventory Oct 31, 1946
			1907 ( cn 612) struck from inventory Oct 31, 1946
1908/2007	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			1910 to civil registry as N45005
			1911 to civil registry as N44922.
			1918 to civil registry as N45305
			1920 to civil registry as N3NY
			1926 to civil registry as N44963
			1932 to civil registry as N45268
			1938 to civil registry as N45221
			1940 to civil registry as N45068
			1942 to civil registry as N45213
			1943 to civil registry as N44986
			1947 to civil registry as N45097
			1953 to civil registry as N45136
			1954 to civil registry as N44766
			1956 to civil registry as N44970
			1957 to civil registry as N45064
			1962 on civil registry as N45129.  On loan to Commemorative Air Force
				Museum, Mesa, AZ.  To Brazilian registry as PR-ZPP.
			1969 on civil registry as N44833
			1970 to civil registry as N4742C
			1971 to civil registry as N8528Z
			1974 reported Mar 2005 airworthy with Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX as N3NZ
			1975 to civil registry as N44720
			1977 to civil registry as N45234
			1979 to civil registry as N45145
			1980 to civil registry as N44926
			1980 to civil registry as N44926
			1983 to civil registry as N44926
			1984 to civil registry as N45229
			1991 on civil registry as N44907.
			1994 to civil registry as N9316Z
			1996 to civil registry as N2219
			1998 to civil registry as N45306
			2003 to civil registry as N582WH.  In accident Jun 7, 2008 at Luckey, OH
2008/2043	North American SNJ-2 Texan
			c/n 65-1997/2032
			2010 (c/n 65-1999) to civil registry as N52900
			2011 (c/n 65-2000) on US civil registry as N55729.  With Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA since 1996.
			2025 (c/n 65-2014) on civil registry as N61563.  Now in Germany for restoration.
			2030 (c/n 65-2019) became NC65757.  Later to French Navy
			2032 (c/n 65-2021) to US civil registry as N60734
			2039 (c/n 65-2028) to US civil registry as N62382
			2040 (c/n 65-2029) to US civil registry as N52033. First to Stinis Air Service Inc
				of cypress, CA in 1976.  In 1992 to SNJ-2 Corp (later Skytypers).
				Crashed Sep 7, 2007 on landing after practicing for a coming
				airshow at NAS Oceana, Virginia Beach, VA.  Pilot killed.
2044/2100	Vought SB2U-3 Vindicator
			2045 (VMSB-241) shot down by Japanese A6M2 Zeke off Midway Island Jun 4, 1942.  Crew of two survived and were rescued.
			2047 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa, Oahu during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941
			2048 (VMSB-241) damaged by gunfire from A6M2 Zeke 240 mi NW of Midway Island during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				Able to land back at Midway.  Crew survived but aircraft DBR.
			2050 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941
			2051 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941.
			2053 (VMSB-241) shot down by AAA from Japanese cruiser Mikuma during Battle of Midway Jun 5, 1942.  Both crew KIA.
				Pilot Richard E. Fleming received Medal of Honor for this action.
			2055 (VMSB-241) crashed in Hawaii Apr 27, 1942.
			2057 (VMSB-241) damaged by gunfire from A6M2 Xeke 240 mi NW of Midway Island during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				Plane made it back to Midway.  Crew of 2 survived, but aircraft DBR.
			2058 (VMSB-241) damaged by gunfire from A6M2 Xeke 240 mi NW of Midway Island during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				Plane made it back to Midway.  Crew of 2 survived, but aircraft DBR.
			2059 ditched off Midway Jun 4, 1942
			2060 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor raid Dec 7, 1941
			2063 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor raid Dec 7, 1941
			2066 (VMSB-241) ditched 5 mi W of Sand Island due to battle damage during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot survived
				and was rescued but gunner was killed.
			2067 (VMSB-241) lost off Midway Island Jun 4, 1942.   Both crew killed. 
			2068 (VMSB-231) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941.
			2069 crashed and burned out Midway Dec 18, 1941
			2070 (VMJ-252) destroyed on ground at MCAS Ewa during Pearl Harbor attack Dec 7, 1941.
			2071 (VMSB-241) lost during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			2072 (VMSB-241) ditched 240 mi NW of Midway Island Jun 4, 1942 when ran out of fuel Crew rescued by Navy PT boat.
			2083 (VMSB-241) shot down by Japanese A6M2 Zeke 240 mi NW of Midway Island during Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				Both crew KIA.
2101		Lockheed XR50-1
			c/n 18-2008.  Naval version of Model 18 Lodestar.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as V188.
2102/2188	Douglas SBD-2 Dauntless
			c/n 628/714 (El Segundo c/ns)
			2105 (VB-6) lost at Battle of Midway
			2106 survived Pearl Harbor.  Sank a Japanese warship Mar 10, 1942.  Participated in
				Battle of Midway.  Transferred to training duties at NAS Glenview, IL.
				Crashed into Lake Michigan Jun 11, 1943 while attempting to land
				aboard USS Sable.  Raised Jan 12, 1994 and is
				now on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
			2109 (c/n 635) crashed during acceptance trials, and rebuilt as SBD-3 c/n 1003.  Then used by VS-5 on USS Yorktown from July
				1941 onwards.
			2112 (VB-2) w/o 12/23/41 in training accident when flew
				into water during low alt turn.  Both crewmen
				killed.
			2114 (VB-6) w/o 2/1/42 when hit by AAA over Roi Island,
				Kwajelein Atoll.
			2123 (VB-6) lost at Battle of Midway
			2125 (VB-6) lost at Battle of Midway
			2127 (VB-6) shot down 2/1/43 by enemy fighter over Roi Island
			2132 (VB-5) shot down in action 5/8/42.  Both crewmen killed.
			2136 (VS-6) in midair collision with 2165 during patrol
				off Enterprise 4/2/1942.  3 killed
			2140 (VS-6) spun on on takeoff from Enterprise 2/26/1942
			2141 (VMSB-233) ditched 10/12/42 off Molokai, HI.
			2145 (VB-6) lost at Battle of Midway
			2146 destroyed on ground at Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, 1941.
			2147 w/o 8/25/42 off San Diego in collision with SBD-3 
				BuNo 03358.
			2148 (VB-2) w/o 10/10/41 in ferrying accident near
				Randolph Field, TX.
			2149 (VB-6) overside landing on Enterprise during night carrier
				landing 10/21/1941.  Pilot killed.
			2151 (VS-2) crashed May 5, 1941 2 mi N of Barber's Point, Ohau, Hawaii.  2 killed.
			2153 (VB-6) lost at Battle of Midway
			2155 (VB-6) shot down 2/1/42 by enemy fighter over Roi Island.
			2158 shot down Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack
			2160 shot down Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack.
			2164 (VB-6) w/o 1/17/42 in ditching off Enterprise due to
				fuel exhaustion. Both crewmen lost.
			2165 (VS-6) in midair collision with 2136 during patrol
				off enterprise 4/2/1942.  3 killed
			2166 w/o 11/27/41 in spin-in accident at San Diego.  Both
				crewmen killed.
			2170 (VS-6) ditched off Kaneohe Bay, HI 4/5/1942.
			2173 Navy archives have the plane being on USS Enterprise (CV-6)
				until Jun 30, 1941 when the landing gear collapsed.  It was sent San Diego for
				repairs, and returned to Pearl Harbor Jan 30, 1942.  Assigned to USS Yorktown Mar 6, 1942.
				Crashed again Jun 6, 1942 and assigned to MAG 21 and stricken from the rolls
				Jun 30, 1942.  Shows up again Jul 1, 1942 at VMSB 233.  Reinstated Jul 31, 1942 and
				not returned to Pearl Harbor until Nov 14, 1942, where it was assigned to 4th MABDW
				and back to Pearl Harbor Jan 7, 1943, then to San Diego. Ditched in Lake Michigan Feb 18, 1944
				following engine faiure caused by carburetor icing. Raised from there on Jun 19, 2009.  
				After restoration, scheduled to go to Pacific Aircraft Museum, Pearl Harbor, HI.
				There may be a mixup between 2173 and 2123.  (VS-8) fuel exhaustion off USS Hornet 4/21/1942 and crashed
				at sea.  Two killed.  
			2180 (VB-6) lost at Battle of Midway
			2182 (VS-8) stalled in turn while landing at Otay Mesa
				Field, CA 3/28/1942.  One killed.
2189/2288	Vought OS2U-2 Kingfisher
			2189 evaluated by NACA
			2191 (VN17DA) w/o in midair collision Oct 20, 1943 with BuNo 5623
				near NAS Corpus Christi, TX.
			2199 destroyed aboard USS Curtiss Dec 7, 1941.
			2206 w/o Nov 27, 1941 in exercise off Bermuda
			2207 (VS-5D4) crashed into see off Pembroke, Bermuda Mar 9, 1942.
			2208 (VS-5D4) capsized Dec 13, 1941 on landing at Grassy Bay, Bermuda.  Salvaged and returned to USA for repair.
			2270 crashed at San Gregorio Beach, south of San Francisco, CA May 9, 1943.  Pilot rescued.
2289/2455	Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina
			2289 (VP-14) in rough landing Hilo Bay, Hawaii Aug 20, 1941.
			2290 to US Coast Guard as V-189.
			2294 (VP-71) landed in heavy seas and sank 5/31/1942, South
				Pacific.  Crew rescued.
			2298 (VPB) water looped on landing and sank 8/25/1943 
				Pensacola, FL.  3 killed.
			2299 (VP-71) damaged when struck barge during taxi at Quonset Point, Rhode Island Nov 7, 1941.
			2304 (VP-22) force landed and ran aground on coral 2/14/1942.
			2305 NEIAF Y-72 was repaired using wings from 2305.  Flown to Australia and handed over to RAAF as A24-30.  
				Sold to Kingsford-Smith in 1946.  In park at Lake Boga, Victoria
			2306 (VP-22) attacked by enemy fighters 2/19/1942 near
				Melville Island.  Crew rescued by SS Florence.
			2309 (VP-22) lost in action 2/14/1942
			2310 (VPB-2) missing off Brunswick, GA 1/16/1943.  5 MIA.
			2314 (VP-44) water-looped on landing NAS Alameda, CA 
				1/30/1942.  SOC.
			2321 (VP-22) lost in action 2/14/1942.
			2323 (VP-42) damaged in water landing Aug 28, 1941 at Woman's Bay, Kodiak, Alaska.  
				(BPB-2) crashed landing in St. Johns River 5/8/1943.  SOC
			2325 (VP-71) hit swell during emergency landing Dec 8, 1941 Halifax harbor, Nova Scotia, flipped over and sank.
				8 killed.
			2326 (VP-73) sank in storm, Iceland, Jan 15, 1942.
			2327 ran out of fuel 5/16/1942, Tamalkipas, Mexico, crew
				bailed out.
			2329 (VP-81) in landing accident to rescue survivors of sunken
				ship 6/8/1942.  Sank, crew rescued, plane sunk by
				gunfire.
			2330 (VPB) crashed during training 12/18/1943 Jacksonville,
				FL 12/18/1943.  6 killed, 6 injured.
			2331 (VP-73) sank in storm, Iceland, Jan 15, 1942.
			2334 (VP-91) lost enroute to San Diego from Oahu, HI 3/5/1943.
				8 MIA
			2336 (c/n 98)
			2337 (VP-73) sank in storm, Iceland, Jan 15, 1942.
			2338 (VP-73) twisted hull during hard landing Aug 28, 1941,
				Iceland. SOC.
			2340 (VP-72) damaged by submerged rock during takeoff at Argentia, Newfoundland Sep 2, 1941.
			2345 (VP-72) hit trees doing takeoff during storm Kaneohe
				Bay, HI 2/17/1942.  8 killed.
			2346 (VP-71) while moored at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland depth
				charge accidentally dropped from wing Oct 23, 1941, sank and 
				exploded.  Aircraft sank and recovered 12 hours later.
			2347 (VP-72) lost during ferrying Jul 3, 1941, North Atlantic
			2350 (VP-72) sank after landing accident off Santa Cruz 
				Island 8/8/1942.
			2351 (c/n 135)
			2352 damaged during hard landing Escambia Bay, FL 10/7/1944.
				SOC.
			2354 (VP-23) flew into water 2/29/1943 near Johnson
				Island NAS while looking for B-24 wreck.
			2357 (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2358 (VP-81) hit high wave on takeoff and made full stall
				landing and sank 6/9/1942 NAS Key West, FL.  SOC.
			2359 (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2360 (VP-14) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. 
				Repaired and returned to service.
			2361 (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2362 (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  I have
				this plane also having been damaged and SOC after
				a hard landing in Escambia Bay 8/17/1944.  Anyone know
				which is correct?
			2363 (VP-14) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. 
				Repaired and returned to service.
			2364 (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2365 (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2367 (VP-52) crashed during gunnery practice off Bermuda Jan 10, 1943.  8 killed.
			2368 (VP-52) sank after hard landing Galopagoas Island, South Pacific 1/9/1942.
			2369 (VP-14) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2371 (c/n 176)
			2372 (VN-8) missing over Gulf of Mexico 7/17/1943.  8 MIA.
			2373 damaged in landing accident at Pensacola Bay
				8/15/1944. SOC.
			2375 (c/n 184) damaged in water taxying at Norfolk, VA Aug 24, 1941.
			2376 (VP-81) stalled on takeoff and crashed NAS Key West,
				FL 9/7/1942.  SOC.
			2378 crashed during hard landing Escambia Bay, FL 1/28/1945.
				3 killed, 2 injured.
			2380 (VP-72) crashed during landing on non-combat mission 
				2/17/1944.  SOC
			2385 (VP-81) bounced on takeoff and nose dug into water and
				sank NAS Trinidad, BWI 4/2/1943.
			2386 (VP-41) struck submerged object during takeoff from Sitka, Alaska Oct 20, 1941 and damaged.
			2390 overshot landing at night Santa Rosa Island, FL 4/20/1945
				and slid up on beach.  SOC.
			2393 (VP-71) force landed off Mare Island, South Pacific 
				5/31/1942 and sank.
			2399 (VP-31) crashed during night landing 6/19/1942,
				Trinidad, BWI.  All 12 aboard killed.
			2400 (VP-31) water looped during landing and sank 4/30/1942
				St. Lucia, BWI.
			2402 (VP-31) experienced violent bump during mail flight between St. Evustatius
				to Trinidad, BWI Sep 25, 1941.  Crew and passengers were ordered to bail out but three were lost.  
				Aircraft landed with damage.  Damaged in takeoff from Port of Spain, Trinidad, BWI Dec 13, 1941.
			2405 (VP-53) hit swell during takoff and sank 6/28/1943 NAS
				Trinidad, BWI.  SOC.
			2406 (VPB-2) hit channel marker during night landing 9/15/1944,
				NAS Jacksonville, FL.  6 killed, 2 injured.
			2407 (VP-101) lost 11/26/42 in forced landing after takeoff.
				Sank in 18 feet of water.  Pilot killed, 8 OK.
			2409 (VP-101) damaged in landing Gearldton, Australia
				4/18/1942 and SOC.
			2413 (VP-24) missing Jan 30, 1942 during extended flight from Canton Island
				to Pearl Harbor.
			2415 (VP-14) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
				Repaired and returned to service.
			2420 (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2421 (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2422 (VP-11) damaged beyond repair at Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, 1941.
			2423 (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, 1941.
			2424 (VP-12) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.  Skidded during landing in
				Queensland, Australia with VP-101 9/14/1943.  SOC.
			2425 (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2426 crashed and burned at sea off Daytona Beach, FL 5/14/1945
				with six being killed.  Also listed as crashing at sea Dec 16, 1941.
			2427 (VP-11) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2429 (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2430 (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2431 (VP-11) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2432 (VP-11) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.  Crashed Jan 12, 1942, Oahu, HI
				during night landing.  2 killed.
			2433 (VP-11) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2434 (VP-11) damaged beyond repair at Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, 1941.
			2435 (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2436 (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2437 (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2438 (VP-12) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2439 (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2440 (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2441 (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2442 (VP-12) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2443 (VP-12) damaged at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Repaired
				and returned to service.
			2444 (VP-12) destroyed at Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
			2446 (VP-101) hit wave during landing New Guinea and sank
				8/17/1943.  SOC>
			2447 (VP-101) crashed after returning from Port Moresby 
				10/26/1943. 6 killed.  
			2452 (VP-23) lost in night landing accident 1/11/1942, Pearl
				Harbor.
			2453 (VP-11) water-looped on landing and sank Johnson Isl.
				NAS May 26, 1942.  Plane was salvaged and dismantled.
2456/2488	Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
			2458 (VP-73) beached in Iceland 6/20/1942 after being shot
				at by friendly convoy.
			2459 (c/n 300) credited with sinking of 3 U-boats. To RCAF as 11022.  Sold
				on civil register in Sept 1946 as NC18446.
				To Canada in 1953 as CF-HHR and later C-FHHR.  Later became N27311.
				Now flying in Netherlands as PH-PBY.  Now painted in
				Dutch Navy colors with false serial 16-218.  There is a problem with this
				identifcation, since 11022 is a Consolidated Canso A with c/n CV-300.  Maybe the
				c/n for 2459 is wrong or a wrong tieup is made with c/n CV-300.  
			2460 damaged in towing accident on ground 9/14/1944. SOC.
			2462 (VP-73) water-looped on landing off Iceland 3/28/1942 and
				sank.  
			2469 (VP-83) hit Elk Horn Mountain in VA during patrol in
				fog 2/16/1942.  7 killed.
			2472 (VP-94) crashed off the Para River, near 
				Belem, Brazil Nov 28, 1943 during convoy patrol.  10 KIA.
				Some wreckage recovered Dec 3, 1943.  Believed crashed during forced landing
			2475 (c/n 341, line number 187) to N74692, Nov 1951 to Caribbean International Airways as VP-JAW.  Ditched
				on take off from Grand Cayman Jan 2, 1952 (or Jan 3) and salvage abandoned.
			2476 (VP-91) water looped at Pearl Harbor and sank 4/5/1942.
			2483 (VP-81) flew into water during low-altitude turn
				2/23/1942, Oregon Inlet.  Crew killed.
			2487 (VP-11) lost 4/5/42 Oahu, Hawaii.  Hit hillside during
				letdown south of Makapuu.  Crew killed.
2489/2511	Boeing F4B-4A
			P-12C/D/E/Fs from USAAF turned over to US Navy 
			for use as radio-controlled target drones.
			Former serial numbers were:
				P-12C: 31-151, 154, 209, 210
				P-12D: 31-245, 258
				P-12E: 31-561, 564, 576
					32-10, 13, 25, 33, 40, 41, 44
					45, 48, 56, 66, 69, 71
				P-12F: 32-85
			Believe that these ex-serial numbers are in exact order of
				of the BuNos, but I am not certain of this.			
2512/2538	Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
			Model G-36
			2512, 2517, 2524, 2526, 2530, 2537 modified as F4F-3P photo recon version.
			2519 w/o Jun 11, 1941
			2521 w/o Mar 24, 1941
			2523 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18,1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942
			2527 (VF-42) lost May 4-8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea
			2528 (VF-42) lost May 4-8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea
			2529 (VF-42) lost at sea Jan 8, 1942.
			2531 (VF-42) lost May 4-8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea.  From carrier
				Yorktown downed Zero May 8, 1942 and low on fuel landed on
				damaged carrier Lexington and sank with her.
			2535 w/o Feb 26, 1941
			2536 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 3, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 25, 1942
2539/2540	Grumman XTBF-1 Avenger
			Model G-40, c/n 644/645.  
			2539 first flight Aug 7, 1941.  Suffered fire in air over Brentwood, NY, 2 bailed out 11/28/1941.
2541		Lockheed JO-2
			c/n 1283
2542		Vought XTBU-1
2543/2547	Beech JRB-1 Expeditor
			c/n 425/429
			2543 SOC jan 31, 1946
			2544 SOC Jun 30, 1945
			2545 SOC Oct 31, 1944
			2546 SOC Jul 31, 1945
			2547 SOC Jun 30, 1945.
2548/2572	North American SNJ-2 Texan
			2549 crashed near Rabbit Peak in Santa Rosa Mountains of
				Riverside Co, CA Feb 1942.
			2553 on civil registry as N58224.
			2562 on civil registry as N65370
			2568 on civil registry as N60833
2573/3072	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			2577 to civil registry as N71N
			2582 to civil registry as N45042
			2589 to civil registry as N45153
			2598 to civil registry as N44769
			2601 to civil registry as N45254
			2607 to civil registry as N45259
			2613 to civil registry as N1120
			2614 to civil registry as N45033
			2616 to civil registry as N44707
			2620 to civil registry as N3NP
			2621 to civil registry as N44757
			2623 to civil registry as N45283
			2624 to civil registry as N44750
			2626 used as crop duster, being restored to flying condition as N44952
			2627 to civil registry as N45046
			2630 to civil registry as N45076
			2633 to civil registry as N45037
			2634 to civil registry as N45233
			2636 to civil registry as N61072
			2640 crashed Jul 24, 1941 NW of Hybia Valley Airport, VA.  2 killed.
			2641 to civil registry as N45047
			2647 to civil registry as N45144
			2652 to civil registry as N44801
			2659 to civil registry as N112D
			2660 to civil registry as N51H
			2668 to civil registry as N45178.  Was at Pearson Air Museum, Aug 17, 1994.
			2671 to civil registry as N44711
			2673 to civil registry as N9309Z
			2675 to civil registry as N44864
			2677 used as sky writer and then pulled banners.  Restored and flown in
				Colorado and then crashed while being ferried to Phoenix.  Being
				restored to flying condition as N91RH.
			2682 to civil registry as N45180
			2683 to civil registry as N5218
			2685 to civil registry as N45265.  Was with Yanks Air Museum, CA.
			2689 to civil registry as N45081
			2690 to civil registry as N45079
			2691 to civil registry as N45300  
			2693 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			2701 to civil registry as N44732
			2704 to civil registry as N44713
			2705 to civil registry as N45048
			2712 to civil registry as N45074
			2716 to civil registry as N45043
			2733 to civil registry as N4009A
			2734 to civil registry as N45222.
			2740 to civil registry as N44822
			2741 to civil registry as N45121.
			2744 to civil registry as N45018.
			2746 to civil registry as N45214
			2747 to civil registry as N60KB
			2748 to civil registry as N90128
			2756 to civil registry as N45151
			2757 to civil registry as N45101
			2762 to civil registry as N6396T
			2769 to civil registry as N45185
			2781 to civil registry as N44741
			2782 (c/n 357) airworthy with Mid Atlantic Air Museum as N44718
			2783 to civil registry as N44742
			2784 to civil registry as N44743
			2785 to civil registry as N44744
			2792 to civil registry as N72792
			2793 to civil registry as N45273
			2795 to civil registry as N44758
			2798 to civil registry as N45056
			2804 to civil registry as N45070
			2808 to civil registry as N44973.  Currently under restoration.
			2810 to civil registry as N44972
			2814 to civil registry as N44972
			2827 to civil registry as N45820.  Noted at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
			2831 to civil registry as N3NN
			2832 to civil registry as N44723
			2837 to civil registry as N45184
			2838 to civil registry as N4254S
			2843 to civil registry as N44978
			2851 to civil registry as N44745
			2859 to civil registry as N991PT
			2860 to civil registry as N2860
			2864 to civil registrh as n45255
			2865 to civil registry as N773N.  Was at the Olympic Flight Museum, WA, later to private owner
			2866 to civil registry as N45179
			2878 to civil registry as N45296
			2879 to civil registry as N61829
			2881 to civil registry as N44981
			2885 to civil registry as N45163.
			2892 to civil registry as N120BH.  In 2011 was at Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
			2895 to civil registry as N45057
			2896 to civil registry as N2896
			2909 became N45172, then OO-JUS, then F-WZNF.  registered Oct 3, 2006 to 
				Amicale J.-B Salis of La Ferte Alais as F-AZNF
			2920 to civil registry as N9310Z
			2930 to civil registry as N9611
			2939 to civil registry as N87697
			2948 to civil registry as N9317Z
			2951 noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, MI
			2952 was flown by Pres. George H. W. Bush during training.  To civil registry
				as N44839.
			2958 to civil registry as N7863C
			2959 marked as N6358T in Navy colors on board USS Lexington
			2961 to civil registry as N44873
			2974 to civil registry as N45307
			2984 to civil registry as N45010
			2985 to civil registry as N45279
			2986 to civil registry as N45131
			2994 to civil registry as N45159
			2996 became N12063. Noted September 2003 at Historic 
				Aircraft Restoration Museum, Creve Coeur AP, St Louis, MO
			2999 to civil registry as N45287
			3004 to civil registry as N9834Z
			3022 noted Dec 2005 in Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
			3032 to civil registry as N44843
			3033 to civil registry as N44874
			3046 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			3060 to civil registry as N44877
			3061 to civil registry as N44920
			3067 to civil registry as N44937
			3068 to civil registry as N44935
			3069 to civil registry as N44938
3073/3130	Vought OS2U-2 Kingfisher
			3073 on display on stern of battleship North Carolina in Wilmington,
				NC harbor. 
			3075 used by NACA for tests
			3092 in midair collision May 8, 1944 with OS2U-3 5422 1/2 mile S of NAS Pensacola, FL
3131/3143	Douglas R4D-1
			Navy equivalent of C-47
			3131 (c/n 4204) to US Navy Anacostia Feb 03, 1942 - MCAS Quantico Jul 09, 1942 - 
				Cherry Point Dec 27, 1944 - Quantico Jul 1945 - SOC Apr 20, 1946.
				To N15374
			3132 (c/n 4222) to US Navy Feb 28, 1942 - BAD-2 - MAW-1 Apr 07, 1942 - VMJ-152 Apr 08, 1942 - 
				Alameda apr 21, 1942 - HDN MAG-35, El Centro Jan 1944 - SOC May 31, 1945.
			3133 (c/n 4223) to US Navy Feb 27, 1942 - MAW-2 - VMJ-152 Jun 15, 1942 - 
				VMJ-252 Jun 23, 1942 - Cherry Point Jul 1945 - Alameda Apr 1946 - Pool-FAETU Pac Team Jan 1947
				SOC Feb 28, 1947.  To civilian registry as NC95433 (Pioneer Airlines - Transocean), 
				TJ-ABH (Lsd to Air Jordan Jul 1952), JY-ABH (Rr Apr 1954), N9896F (Transocean Jan 26, 1956), 
				JY-ABH (Lsd again to Air Jordan Nov 1957), N9896F (Libyan Aviation Co 27 Oct 1958),
				N483F (Diamond Leasing Corp, Reno, NV. 1966, then ATC Inc, Valetta, Malta Jan 11 1977 but leased
				continuously to LAVCO).  Taken over by Libyan Army for target practice, but current on USCAR Mar 2003.
			3134 (c/n 4224) to US Navy Norfolk 28 Feb 1942 - VR-7 Mar 03, 1943 - crashed
				on takeoff Zandry Airfield, Surinam Oct 12, 1943.  6 killed.
			3135 (c/n 4225) to US Navy Mar 02, 1942 - BAD-2 - MAW-2 Apr 09, 1942 - VMJ-253 Jun 15, 1942 - 
				Alameda Mar 24, 1943 - Camp Kearney Jun 23, 1943 - El Centro Jun 01, 1945 - MAG-35 Jul 1945 - 
				El Toro Jan 1946 - HDN MAG-25 Jul 24, 1946 - SOC Jan 31, 1947.  To civilian registry as 
				NC95487 (Pacific Southwest Airlines 1949), N57V (Piedmont Airlines ‘P/m Tarheel’ - Charlotte Aircraft Corp
				Apr 30, 1962). Sold to Spanish AF as T3-42, then back to civilian registry as G-BFXB (Fairoaks 
				Aviation Services Ltd), then XA-JIH (Aerovias Oaxaquenas SA Sep 79).   Wfu.
			3136 (c/n 4226) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 07, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 04, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				Corpus Christi Apr 1945 - VR-3 Jan 1946 - Jacksonville Mar 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.
				To civilian registry as PP-CCP (Cruzeiro ‘Jurema’ Sep 06, 1948).  Crashed Guanabara Bay, 
				Rio de Janerio Oct 21, 1954.
			3137 (c/n 4227) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 07, 1942 - VR-7 Aug 21, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				VRS-1 Jan 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC49789 (No details, probably for export)
			3138 (c/n 4228) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 08, 1942 - VR-1 Mar 31, 1942 - VR-7 Aug 25, 1943 - 
				NATS Nov 01, 1943 - VRF-3 Jan 1946 - Jacksonville Feb 1946 - SOC Jun 30, 1946.  To civilian registry 
				as N6679C (One Mark Eng. Co, Van Nuys, CA. 1967).  Current on USCAR Mar 2003 as 
				C-47 (Sale reported).  Spares or export?
			3139 (c/n 4229) to US Navy Norfolk Mar 17, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				PCA Roanoke Oct 1944 - VRF-4 Jan 1945 - VRF-1 Oct 1945 - Quonset Point Jan 1947 - SOC Feb 28, 1947
			3140 (c/n 4280) to US Navy Apr 01, 1942 - MAS Cherry Point Jul 24, 1943 - SOC Aug 31, 1946. 
				To civilian registry as PP-KAA (VIABRAS Jan 08, 1948), PP-ANS (TAN Aug 1953 - REAL Sep
				1956 to Nov 12, 1961).  Sold to Argentina AF (Operated as T-38, later TC-38) and transfered to 
				Argentina Civil Aviation as LQ-IPC May 04, 1966.  Crashed Las Hiqueras, Rio Cuarto May 05, 1969. 
				Later rebuilt and returned to Argentina AF as TC-27 until wfu Jan 1989.  Sold to Manuel
				Antih as part of a museum to be created in Pacheco.  Last noted derelict Pacheco 2001.
			3141 (c/n 4281) to US Navy Mar 30, 1942 - MAW-1, San Diego - Douglas Aug 13, 1942 - 
				VMJ-253 Sep 14, 1942 - Alameda Jul 08, 1943 - MAG-26 Nov 1943 - El Centro Jan 1944 - SOC Oct
				31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC21902 (Pan American Airways 1946), XA-GEU (CMA Apr 04, 1952 - 
				Aero Maya 1969 - SAESA Sep 1969).  Wfu before 1981
			3142 (c/n 4282) to US Navy Mar 30, 1942 - MAW-1, San Diego - VMJ-152 Mar 30, 1942 - MAG-53, Corvallis Aug 1943 - 
				El Centro Jan 1944 - Servon-33 Jul 24, 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC41046
				(Various owners/operators), XT-CTM (Gob. Territorio de Quintana Roo Dec 1971).  Cancelled before 1981.
			3143 (c/n 4283) to US Navy Mar 30, 1942 - MAW-2, San Diego - VMJ-252 Apr 06, 1942 - VMJ-353 May 01,
				1944 - Hit dump truck on runway May 01, 1944.  SOC jul 06, 1944.
3144		Boeing XPBB-1
			c/n 2129
3145/3394	Stearman N2S-1
			c/n 75-922/75-1171
			3173 (c/n 75-950) became N50057, then N9PK, now on civil registry as N707TJ.  
				Operated by Utterly Butterly display team in UK.
			3174 (c/n 75-951) registered as N48188
			3219 (c/n 75-996) registered as N54560.
			3280 (c/n 75-1057) to civil registry as N54565 (in US Coast Guard colors) based at Aachen-Merzbruck airfield in Germany
			3319 (c/n 75-1096) to US civil registry as N50166.  Cancelled on export to Philippines Jun 25, 1976.  To
				Philippine civil registry as RP-R131
			3350 c/n 75-1127) registered as N50162
3395/3519	Stearman N2S-3
			c/n 75-1172/75-1296
			3397 (c/n 75-1174) became N6734S, then N5580S.  Registered G-OBEE
				Jeb 21, 2005.
			3403 (c/n 75-1180) became N5565N, then G-BRSK Nov 15, 1989.  Made first
				flight after rebuild Apr 15, 2009, with registration N75TQ.
			3414 (c/n 75-1191) to civil regiatry as N4908N
			3416 dove in at Monroe NE, MI Jun 28, 1942, killing Royal Navy pilot.
			3450 (c/n 75-1227) became N63898, then TG-FEC
			3452 (c/n 75-1229) to civil registry as N1358M.  In Coast Guard livery, number 207.
			3486 (c/n 75-1263) became XB-WOV, then N4197X.  Registered G-ISDN
				Feb 6, 1995.  Flys in USAAF colors with code 14
3520/3644	Stearman N2S-2
			c/n 75-1297/75-1421
			3520 in midair collision Jul 24, 1943 at or near Custer Field, Monroe, MI.
				Royal Navy pilot killed.
			3522 Royal Navy pilot fell out this aircraft Jun 27, 1943.
			3555 (c/n 75-1332) registered as N54896
			3614 (c/n 75-1391) to N59257.  To Belgium as OO-STM.  Active in 2003.
3645/3845	Spartan NP-1
			3824 ditched on takeff in Back River off Langley Field, VA Jun 10, 1936.
3846/3855	Grumman JRF-4 Goose
			Model G-38. c/n 1100/1109
			3846 (c/n 1100) to Paraguay Navy as 0128.  To N3282
			3852 (c/n 1106) to NC17083; HC-SBL Jun 1946.  Crashed Dec 3, 1946
			3853 (c/n 1107) to NC69208; PK-AKA 1946, WFU and SOC Oct 17, 1958. To AURI/Indonesian AF as PB-521. PK-RAM Dec 1977. 
				Preserved at Mandala Air and Space Museum, Suryadarma Air Force Air Base, Subang, West Java, Indonesia.
			3855 (c/n 1109) to VP-BAM; N332D
3856/3874	Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
			Model G-36
			3856 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 15, 1942.
			3859 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18, 1942.  Crashed at Chunkatuck Aug 4, 1942 after failing
				to pull out of dive, RN pilot killed.
			3860 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 12, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 17, 1942
			3862 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 12, 1942.  Returned to USN Jul 25, 1942.
			3865 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Crashed Jul 19, 1942.
			3867 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Aug 24, 1942.
			3868 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk,, VA
				Jul 28, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942
			3870 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 28, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942
			3871 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942
			3872 loaned to 892 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jul 18, 1942. Returned to USN Sep 12, 1942.  
				Ditched in Lake Michigan Aug 17, 1943 and salvaged early 1990s.  
				Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			3873 loaned to 890 Sqdn Royal Navy while working up at Norfolk, VA
				Jun 29, 1942.  Returned to USN Sep 15, 1942.
3875/3969	Grumman F4F-3A Wildcat
			Model G-36.  c/n 757/851
			3875/3904 ordered for the US Navy, diverted for sale to Greece and delivered, with their BuAer serials 
				applied, to Suez by which time Greece had been invaded.   This batch was diverted to the Royal Navy 
				as Martlett III, initially using the BuAer serials until allocated UK serials by the RAF in Egypt.
				The UK serial allocations were: AX724/AX747, AX753/AX754, AX761 & HK840/HK842.
				3875 to Royal Navy as Martlet AX733.  Damaged Aug 1941 when ground
					looped in Western Desert (Sidi Haneish South) near Mersa Matruh
					Rebuilt.
				3876 taken on Royal Navy charge at Port Suez Apr 30, 1941.  Believed
					to have been serialed AX746.  Caught fire while low-flying
					at night, struck ground and exploded Jan 15, 1943, killing pilot.
				3890 taken on Royal Navy charge at Port Suez Apr 30, 1941.  Ran out
					of fuel while trying to intercept enemy aircraft Jul 23, 1941
					and ditched 1 mi N of Ma'aten Bugush, killing pilot.
				3895 taken on Royal Navy charge at Port Suez Apr 30, 1941.  Shot down
					one S.79 and forced two more to jettison bombloads Dec 28, 1941.
					Hit by return fire from a fourth and crashed into sea N of
					Nra el Milh, killing pilot.
			3906 (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.  Attempted a forced landing
				in a canefield, plane cartwheeled and broke in two.  Pilot died the
				next day in hospital.
			3907 (VF-6) from Enterprise lost at sea Dec 31, 1941.
			3909 (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.  Tried to land at Ewa
				USMC airfield, engine quit 4 miles away and pilot parachuted to safety.
			3910 (VMF-214) crashlanded Sep 4, 1942 and was surveyed
			3914 (VF-6) scored first Pacific War aerial victory by USN or Marine
				pilot Feb 1, 1942 over Taroa Island in the Marshalls, downing a
				Mitsubishi A5M4.
			3919 w/o Jun 14, 1941
			3921 (VF-6) w/o Jul 8, 1941
			3932 (VF-6) from Enterprise was lost as sea Feb 21, 1942.
			3934 (VF-6) w/o Aug 16, 1941
			3935 (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.    Crashed into a house at
				Pearl City.  Pilot killed.
			3937 (VF-6) crashed Feb 1, 1942 during night launch during raids on
				Marshals and Gilbert Islands.  
			3938 (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.  Exploded and crashed
				into water off Ford Island.  Pilot bailed out and was picked up by a
				minesweeper, but he died the next day.  
			3953 (VMF-11) w/o Aug 30, 1941
			3956 ditched in Lake Michigan Nov 30, 1943 and salvaged early 1990s.  Now on display 
				on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charlestown, SC.  In 1997 was under restoration 
				for San Diego Aerospace Museum, CA.
			3964 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			3969 ditched in Lake Michigan Nov 1943.  Recovered and restored by San Diego Aerospace Museum
				and put on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  In 1997 was displayed at 
				San Diego Aerospace Museum, CA.
3970/4057	Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat
			Model G-36
			3972 (VF-42) abandoned after forced landing on Guadalcanal May 4, 1942.  His wingman followed him
				in and landed on same beach.  Both pilots were rescued.
			3974 w/o during ferry flight at Sacaton, AZ Jul 24, 1941
			3976 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			3978 w/o during ferry flight at Manhatten, KS Jul 26, 1941.
			3979 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			3980 (VMF-211) lost Dec 14, 1941, Wake Island.  Shot down two Type 96s Dec 11, 1941.
			3981 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			3982 with VF-3 in 1940-41.  (VF-6) hit by friendly fire near Ford Island night of Dec 7, 1941 while
				trying to land after a combat air patrol.   Badly damaged but pilot
				deadsticked on Ford Island and walked away uninjured. 
			3984 (VF-3) w/o ad NAS Pearl Harbor, HI Sep 30, 1941
			3985 (VF-3) from Saratoga lost at sea Dec 22, 1941.
			3986 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			3987 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			3988 (VMF-211) shot down Dec 21, 1941, Wake Island, by Japanese fighter
			3989 (VMF-221) lost at Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.
			3993 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			3995 (VF-3, Lexington) lost in combat Feb 20, 1942.
			3999 (VF-42) lost May 4-8, 1942, Battle of Coral Sea
			4003 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			4005 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			4006 (VMF-221) lost at Battle of Midway, Jun 4, 1942.
			4009 (VF-42) lost power and ditched Mar 14, 1942 after takeoff from
				Lexington.  Pilot rescued.
			4010 (VMF-231) crashlanded Sep 9, 1942 and was surveyed
			4011 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			4012 (VF-42, Yorktown) lost at sea Apr 1, 1942.
			4016 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			4017 (VF-6, Lexington) lost at sea Feb 24, 1942.
			4019 (VMF-211) sunk Japanese destroyer Dec 11, 1941.  Later used as decoy.
			4020 (VMF-211) ground-looped on takeoff Dec 14, 1941, Wake Island.  Later used as decoy.
			4021 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			4022 (VMF-211) shot down two Japanese aircraft Wake Island.  Captured by Japanese Dec 22, 1941.
			4024 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4026 (VF-3, Lexington) lost in combat Feb 20, 1942.
			4027 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4028 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4030 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4031 (VFM-214) was Butch O'Hare's plane when he shot down six Japanese
				bombers off Rabaul Feb 20, 1942 and earned the Medal of Honor.
				SOC Jul 29, 1944
			4032 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
			4035 (VF-2) sank with carrier Lexington May 8, 1942.
			4037 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941. 
			4038 modified as F4F-3S floatplane.
			4039 ditched in Lake Michigan Jul 21, 1943 after deck launch from USS Wolverine and salvaged early 1990s.  On display 
				at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
			4041 (VMF-211) damaged by bombing raid, Wake Island, Dec 8, 1941.
4058/4098	Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat
			Model G-36.  Manually-operated folded wings.
			4063 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
			4073 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
			4074 lost at sinking of USS Wasp Sep 3, 1942
			4076 (VF-71, USS Wasp) lost Aug 7, 1942.
			4081 (VGF-27) landing gear damaged on landing and jettisoned off French Morocco Nov 8, 1942
			4084 (VF-41) crash landed in field SW of Fedala, French Morocco Nov 8, 1942.  Pilot unhurt.
			4085 (F-28) tailhook broke on landing on USS Chenango and crashed into barrier and turned on its
				back 40 mi WNW of San christobal, Solomons Apr 5, 1945.  Pilot uninjured, but aircraft was pushed
				over the side 1 hour later.
4099/4198	Ryan NR-1 Recruit
			4099 was c/n 1060, 4100/4173 were c/n 1081/1154,
			4174/4198 were c/n 1181/1205.
			4148 to N66622
			4176 used as taxi trainer at NAS Memphis with no wings and a cropped
				propeller, named "The Dodo"
			4193 to N31687
4199/4248	Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver
			c/n 12668/12717.  Replacements for 50 US Navy aircraft diverted to France.
			4199 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4200 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Oct 25, 1943
			4201 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4202 crashed Jul 13, 1942.  SOC Aug 31, 1942
			4203  SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4204 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 7, 1944
			4205 DBR at Jacksonville Mar 6, 1943.  SOC Mar 13, 1943
			4206 crashed Oct 24, 1942.  SOC Oct 31, 1942
			4207 crashed May 4, 1942.  SOC May 30, 1942
			4208 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			4209 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4210 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Memphis.  SOC Dec 23, 1943
			4211 DBR at Jacksonville Apr 23, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943.
			4212 crashed Mar 5, 1942.  SOC Apr 9, 1942
			4213 crashed May 5, 1941.  SOC Jun 30, 1941
			4214 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4215 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville. SOC Oct 31, 1944
			4216 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Jan 26, 1944
			4217 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944
			4218 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4219 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4220 crashed Dec 31, 1941.  SOC Jan 31, 1942
			4221 SOC Feb 28, 1943.  
			4222 Crashed May 15, 1942.  SOC May 30, 1942
			4223 crashed at Jacksonville Jan 23, 1943.  SOC Jan 31, 1943.
			4224 DBR at Jacksonville Feb 25, 1943. SOC Mar 31, 1943
			4225 SOC May 31, 1943
			4226 DBR at Jacksonville Mar 6, 1943.  SOC Mar 13, 1943
			4227 Crashed at Jacksonville Nov 12, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1942.
			4228 crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Nov 8, 1942.  SOC Nov 30, 1942
			4229 SOC Jul 30, 1943.
			4230 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago, SOC Oct 30, 1943
			4231 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4232 crashed at Jacksonville Feb 25, 1943.  SOC Mar 31, 1943
			4233 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4234 SOC Jun 28, 1944
			4235 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Norman.  SOC May 30, 1942
			4236 crashed May 11, 1942.  SOC May 30, 1942.
			4237 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Chicago.  SOC Jan 7, 1944
			4238 SOC Feb 28, 1944
			4239 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4240 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4241 crashed Apr 10, 1942.  SOC Apr 30, 1942
			4242 crashed Apr 7, 1942.  SOC May 30, 1942
			4243 crashed May 9, 1941.  Jul 31, 1941
			4244 ended life as ground instructional airframe at Jacksonville.  SOC Oct 31, 1944
			4245 crashed at Miami Apr 23, 1943.  SOC Apr 30, 1943.
			4246 crashed at Jacksonville May 31, 1943.  SOC May 31, 1943
			4247 SOC Jul 30, 1943
			4248 DBR at Norfolk Feb 5, 1942.  SOC Feb 28, 1942.
4249/4250	Lockheed R5O-1
			Model 18-40 Lodestar ordered by Navy
			4249 (c/n 18-2049) to SAAF.  To NC52413, to N636, to N332G.  current.  N95848 registered to Indamer Corp 
				was (c/n 18-2048), no US Navy service
			4250 (c/n 2065) originally ordered by Trans Canada Airlines
				as CF-TCZ but never formally registered to them.  To US Navy as 4250
4251		Douglas BD-1 Havoc 
			Army XF-3 (39-471) transferred Dec 9, 1940 to
			Navy for target towing and general utility work.  Placed in storage
			May 1943.  SOC Mar 8, 1944 and subsequently scrapped.
4252/4351	Stearman N2S-3
			c/n 75-2582/75-2681
			4269 (c/n 75-2599) to N3188, restored and flying.
			4281 (c/n 75-2611) registered as N735YP
			4302 (c/n 75-2632) crashed Jul 22, 1941 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas.  2 killed.
			4331 (c/n 75-2661) to civilian registry as N66607.
4352/4517	Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
			4353 to civil registry as N7752C
			4358 to civil registry as N60848
			4363 to civil registry as N9181R
			4366 to civil registry as N44987
			4371 to civil registry as N45239
			4374 to civil registry as N44954
			4376 to civil registry as N44902
			4383 to civil registry as N42745
			4384 to civil registry as N66CV
			4388 to civil registry as N44827
			4391 to civil registry as N44958
			4393 to civil registry as N45146
			4394 to civil registry as N44988
			4397 to civil registry as N44923
			4402 to Canadian civil registry as CF-HUS.
			4403 to civil registry as N33NR
			4405 to civil registry as N7753C
			4406 became N45192.  Registered G-ONAF Jan 31, 1989.
			4407 to civil market as N44760.  Suffered substantial damage Jul 20, 1974
				when collided with electrical wires near Lucerne, CA while buzzing.
			4409 to civil registry as N4409
			4411 to civil registry as N45206
			4417 to civil registry as N4417
			4420 to civil registry as N45091.  To Canadian registry as C-VNMW in 2012.  This is the aircraft that appeared
				in the motion picture "North by Northwest", starring Cary Grant.
			4421 to civil registry as N45035
			4425 to civil registry as N44879
			4432 to civil registry as N5078Q
			4442 to civil registry as N45186
			4445 became NR45299 with CAA Department of commerce, then N45299.  
				Registration N45299 cancelled by FAA Mar 31, 2009.  Registered to users in 
				United Kingtom Apr 16, 2009 as G-CFXT.
			4447 to civil registry as N44814
			4448 to civil registry as N45261
			4450 to civil registry as N678ZB. 
			4453 to civil registry as N45125 as crop duster
			4454 to civil registry as N45063 as crop duster.  Deregistered Jun 16, 1976
			4455 to civil registry as N44964
			4462 to civil registry as N44969
			4464 to civil registry as N44965
			4465 to civil registry as N45015
			4468 to civil registry as N45225.  Revoked
			4472 to civil registry as N44824.  Deregistered Feb 13, 1964 after crop
				dusting accident
			4477 to civil registry as N44848.  Suffered damage when it underwent forced
				lnding after loss of engine power at Rialto, CA Oct 26, 2008
			4480 to civil registry as N695M.  Now with Yanks Air Museum, CA.
			4482 to civil registry as N9312Z
			4484 to civil registry as N44837
			4488 to civil registry as N44821
			4490 to civil registry as N933R
			4493 to civil registry as N45036
			4494 became N45120.  Registration subsequently revoked but restored by
				FAA Apr 10, 2009.
			4495 to civil registry as N45108
			4497 marked as N45084 in civil colors at Pima Air and Space museum.
			4499 to civil registry as N45102
			4506 to civil registry as N45217
4518/4691	Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless
			c/n 751/800, c/n 801/955 (odd numbers only), 957/1002.  All are El Segundo c/ns
			4519 (VS-6, Enterprise CV-6) crashed May 21, 1941 at Loko Honaloa, Hawaii.
			4521 (VB-6) deck crash on Enterprise 4/30/1942
			4522 (VB-6) shot down by enemy fighter over Roi Island, Kwajelein Atoll.
			4527 (VS-8) w/o 5/18/42 in ditching off Hornet.
			4529 (VB-5) w/o 10/30/41 in overside landing aboard Yorktown.  Crew OK.
			4532 (VB-6) lost Battle of Midway, 6/4/1942.
			4536 (VB-3) w/o 5/15/42 near NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii.  Two crewmembers killed.
			4539 (VS-5, USS Yorktown (CV-5)) lost May 8, 1942 during Battle of Coral Sea when shot down by Zeros.  Both crew MIA.
			4542 (VB-6) lost at Battle of Midway
			4543 (c/n 776) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ217. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5013. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
			4544 (VB-10) w/o 9/30/42 in mid-air collision off NAS
				Barbers Point, HI.  Two crew killed.
			4546 (VB-5) w/o 10/8/41 in ditching on takeoff from USS Yorktown (CV-5).
			4547 with VS-2 on USS Lexington in 1942.
			4548 (VS-8) spun in and sank off USS Hornet 8/8/42.  Crew OK.
			4549 (c/n 782) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ208. Transferred to NZ ownership late 
				1943 with permanent serial NZ5004. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Crashed and written off at Ardmore on training flight on Jan 19, 1944 
				when controls locked.
			4556 (VS-5) crashed during familiarization flight landing attempt at Norfolk NAS Jun 21, 1941.
				Pilot (sole occupant) killed.
			4567 (VS-5) crashed in heavy squall Feb 1, 1942 during raid on
				Marshall-Gilbert Islands.  Both crew rescued.
			4570 shot down Dec 7, 1941 during Pearl Harbor attack.
			4571 (VB-8) w/o 7/19/42 near NAS Barbers PT during dive 
				bombing practice.  Crew killed.
			4573 (VB-5) w/o 2/21/42 in ditching due to fuel exaustion
				during landing approach to Yorktown.
			4574 (VS-5) ditched off Yorktown (CV-5) Apr 27, 1942 due to broken
				oil line.  Crew rescued by the Walke.
			4577 and 4578 (both of VB-3) w/o in mid-air collision with
				each other 1/23/42 off Diamond Head, Hawaii.  4 killed.
			4581 (VB-6) lost 6/4/1942, Battle of Midway
			4582 (VS-3) w/o 3/19/42 in engine run-in test at NAS San
				Diego.
			4583 (VS-6 q/o 2/24/42 in landing accident aboard Enterprise
				after return from mission.  One missing.
			4584 (VB-5) w/o on takeoff from Saratoga
			4585 (c/n 835) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ209. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5005. Brought on charge Oct 26, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948
			4590 (VB-6) hit by enemy fire 4/142, ditched at sea.
			4591 (VS-3) w/o 12/23/41 in takeoff accident from Saratoga.
				Both crewmen killed.
			4598 (VB-6) ditched during bomb practice off Enterprise 3/31/1942
			4600 (VS-6) lost in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			4601 (VB-3) w/o 11/6/41 when spun in during dive bomb training at 
				Border Field, CA, two crewmen killed.
			4603 (VB-3) overside landing on Enterpirse 4/20/1942.
			4604 (VS-6) destroyed on deck of Enterprise 6/4/42 due to
				enemy action.
			4606 w/o 9/5/42 at San Diego in landing accident.  Crew killed.
			4612 (VS-6)lost Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
			4613 (VB-3) w/o 12/11/41 in take-off accident from Saratoga.
			4614 (VB-3) w/o 9/19/41 on landing on Saratoga.
			4615 (VS-6) shot down 6/4/42, Battle of Midway.
			4620 (VB-6) lost Jun 4, 1942, Battle of Midway
			4621 w/o 10/4/41 in crash into San Diego Bay.  Both crewmen
				killed
			4636 force landed at sea Jun 4, 1942 during Battle of Midway.  Crew rescued.
			4644 (VS-2) w/o 10/26/41 in ditching from Lexington
			4645 (c/n 955) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ216. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with 
				permanent serial NZ5012. Brought on charge Nov  14, 1943. Stored by Mar 19 44, SOC Mar 1048.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
			4646 (VS-6) w/o 5/20/42 stalled on takeoff from Enterprise.  One killed.
			4647 (VB-6) w/o 7/9/42 in takeoff accident off Enterprise.
				Two cremembers survived.
			4649 w/o 6/17/42 Sydney, Australia, one killed.
			4651 (VB-6) w/o 8/24/42 off Enterprise
			4652 (c/n 963) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ213. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5009. Brought on charge Nov 3, 1943. Stored by Mar 1944, SOC Mar 1948.  Sold as scrap Mar 1, 1948.
			4653 in late pullout from dive bomb run Border Fld, CA 
				11/10/1941.  Pilot killed.
			4654 (VS-6) w/o 3/2/42 in ditching from Enterprise.
			4657 missing after takeoff from North Island 3/13/1942.
			4658 w/o 11/10/41, San Diego when failed to pull out from
				dive bombing run.  Two crewmen killed.
			4664 (VS-8) missing on patrol off Hornet 5/29/1942.
			4666 lost at Battle of Coral Sea.  Flown by Jo Jo Powers, who won Medal of Honor posthumously.
			4668 (VS-5) crashed after takeof from Enterprise 2/24/1942.
			4670 (VB-5) crashed after takeoff from Yorktown 4/9/1942.
			4672 (c/n 983) loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ207. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5003. Brought on charge Oct 21, 1943. No record of disposal.
			4675 (c/n 986) Loaned to RNZAF from Marine Air Group 14 with temporary serial NZ212. Transferred to NZ ownership late 1943 with permanent 
				serial NZ5008. May never have been flown by RNZAF due to deteriorated condition when received. To instructional airframe INST91 with the 
			TTS at Nelson in early 1944. It would appear that the aircraft never reached Nelson but was probably stored at Hobsonville before being sold 
			for scrap on Aug 1, 1948.
			4676 (VB-6) shot down 2/1/42 by enemy aircraft over Roi Island
			4677 (VS-8) destroyed in action 6/6/42 in attack on enemy
				ship Mikuma, no pullout from dive.  Ens. Donald Griswold and
				Arm 1c. K.C. Bunch killed.
			4682 (VB-6) lost at Battle of Midway, 6/4/1942.
			4686 (VS-5) ditched May 8, 1942 near task force due to landing gear damage suffered during strike mission
				during Battle of Coral Sea.  Both crew rescued by destroyer USS Aylwin.
			4689 (VS-5) crashed on deck of USS Yorktown (CV-5) during landing Apr 9, 1942, in Coral Sea.  Both crew unhurt.
			4690 (VB-5) lost at battle of Midway, went down with USS Yorktown (CV-5)		
4692/4706	Douglas R4D-1 
			Navy equivalent of C-47
			4692 (c/n 4284) to US Navy Alameda Apr 01, 1942 - VR-2 May 10, 1942 - VR-4 Mar 05, 1943 - 
				Operated by PAA-Alaska Sep 1943 to Nov 1944 - SOC Dec 31, 1944.  To civilian registry as NC33372
				(Pan American Airways), LR-ABO later OD-ABO (MEA Jan 16, 1953, Lebanon's prefix was 
				changed from LR- to OD-) and VR-AAN (Aden Airways ‘Nissab’ Apr 06, 1956).  Crashed Wadi
				Rabta, 130 m E of Aden Nov 23, 1966. Plane had reached a cruising altitude of 6000 feet,
				20 minutes after takeoff from Mayfa'ah when an explosive device
				detonated in the passenger cabin on the left side just above the wing.
				The plane disintegrated and crashed
			4693 (c/n 4300) to US Navy Apr 14, 1942 - Alameda - VR-2 Apr 16, 1942 - VR-4 Apr 27, 1943.
				Struck mountain near Oakland, CA. Apr 21, 1943, 9 killed.  SOC May 04, 1943.
			4694 (c/n 4301) to US Navy Apr 17, 1942 - VMJ-152 - VMJ-253 sep 14, 1942 - MAG-35 Aug 1943 - 
				MARF Air West Aug 1945 - MAG-33 Mar 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as
				NC91026 (American Aircraft Corp), XB-WIP, XA-JIP (CMA), CF-FKQ (Maritime Central Dec 15, 1952). 
				Crashed Moncton, NB. Apr 15, 1961.
			4695 (c/n 430) to US Navy Apr 17, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-153 - VMJ-253 Sep 14, 1942 - Alameda Apr 16, 1943 - 
				MAG-35 Aug 1943 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civil registry as NC41075 (No details), cancelled.
			4696 (c/n 4303) to US Navy Apr 20, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-253.  Crashed in sea, SOC Dec 31, 1942.
			4697 (c/n 4304) to US Navy Apr 20, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-253 - Honolulu Jan 1944 - FAW Jun 05, 1946 - 
				Fasron-102 Aug 1946 - SOC Sep 30, 1946. To civilian registry as NC29086 (Harrington’s Inc). 
				Crashed Akron, OH. Nov 04, 1949.
			4698 (c/n 4305) to US Navy Apr 20, 1942 - VR-1 Apr 30, 1942 - VR-7 Mar 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				Roanoke Oct 1944 - VRF-2 Jan 1945 - SOC Jun 30, 1946.  NLR.
			4699 (c/n 4306) to US Navy Apr 20, 1942 - VR-1 Apr 30, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				Roanoke Oct 1944 - Shawnee Jan 1945 - Miami Apr 1945 - Jacksonville Oct 1945 - SOC Oct 31, 1946. 
				To civilian registry as NC95481, PP-ANC (TAN Aug 04, 1948), PP-ASP (Sadia Jul 14, 1961),
				G-ATXT (Handley Page Ltd Jul 29, 1966).  Stored Ft Lauderdale, FL. until sold to Fastair Inc, Miami, FL.
				Mar 07, 1968.  Various owners/operators aftr Apr 1969, registration changed to N950FA, N48FN, 
				N92HA and N781T (Tolair Services).  To MBD Corp, San Juan, PR. Feb 08, 1999, current on USCAR mar
				2003.
			4700 (c/n 4360) to US Navy May 07, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-152 May 08, 1942 - Douglas Aircraft Co Aug 13, 1942 - 
				VMJ-252 Aug 27, 1942 - Alameda Oct 11, 1944 - VRS-1 Dec 12, 1945 - FAW Jan 14, 1946 - SOC Aug 31, 1946. 
				To civilian registry as NC36898 (For ferry), PP-XCC (Dias Henrique e Cia) and PP-IBC (Central Aerea Ltda apr
				11, 1949).  Crashed Vitoria da Conquista, Bahia Nov 04, 1950.
			4701 (c/n 4361) to US Navy May 07, 1942 - MAW-2/VMJ-253 May 08, 1942 - VMJ-153 May 19, 1943 -
				NAOT May 15, 1944 - OTU Lake City Sep 25, 1944 - Banana River Jul 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946. 
				To civilian registry as PP-YPI (REAL Jan 02, 1948 - Trpts Aereos Norte de Brasil, baught Jun 1954,
				registered Jun 11, 1959 only - Sold to Varig Aug 1961, registered Nov 16, 1966). Cancelled Jun 09, 1969, 
				b/u Sao Paulo
			4702 (c/n 4362) to US Navy May 06, 1942 - VR-1 May 09, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				VR-7 Jan 1944 - VR-3 Apr 1945 - Fasron-102 Aug 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as N91028 (Trans 
				Pacific Airlines - Aloha Airlines Nov 1958 - Airflite Inc.).  Sold to Paraguay AF, operated as T-35, then 
				as ZP-CCG from Mar 1972 to 1977 for LAPSA and again to Paraguay AF as 2007.  Wfu Nov 1996, stored 
				Asuncion.
			4703 (c/n 4363) to US Navy May 06, 1942 - VR-1 May 09, 1942 - VR-7 Apr 03, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - 
				Roanoke Jan 1945 - Miami Mar 1945 - Jacksonville Apr 1945 - Miami Sep 1945 - Glenview Jun 30, 1946 - 
				SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as C900 (Expreso Aereo - Jarosair), N1699M, N69D, N1699M,
				N234Z (Various owners/operators), HZ-TA3 (Prince Talal Bin Abdul Aziz ‘Sara’ Sep 05, 1979).  Reverted
				to N234Z.   Currently operated as ZS-MRU by Airworld for Speed 
				Service Courrier.  Reservation TF-AVN reserved Sep 2005 for Air 
				Atlanta Icelandic of Reykjavik, Iceland, taken up 2007.
			4704 (c/n 4364) to US Navy May 10, 1942 - VR-2 - Operated by PAA Aug 29, 1942 - VR-3 Aug 1943 - VRF-2 Jan 1944 - 
				VRS-1 Jul 1945 - SOC Aug 31, 1945.  NLR.  To PP-IBA, PP-ANR, then Brazilian AF 2079
			4705 (c/n 4365) to US Navy May 09, 1942 - VR-2 - MCAS Cherry Point Oct 06, 1942 - Quantico
				Jul 24, 1943 - Glendale Jan 26, 1944 - Quantico Jul 1944 - SOC Sep 0, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC9399H,
				PP-KAB (VIABRAS Jul 05, 1947), PP-ANM (TAN Sep 1952 - REAL Jun 20, 1961).  Sold to Argentine AF Aug 17, 1961, 
				operated as T-32, TC-32 (LADE colours) and TA-05.  Reported at National Air Museum, Buenos Aires.
			4706 (c/n 4366) to US Navy May 09, 1942 - MAW-1/VMJ-153 - VMJ-252 Sep 14, 1942 - MAG-25 Mar 17, 1943 - 
				SOC Aug 03, 1943
4707/4708	Douglas R4D-2
			Two DC-3-388s taken over by Navy from Eastern Airlines.  Later redesignated R4D-2F and then R4D-2Z.
			4707 (c/n 4097, NC28389, ntu).  To US Navy May 12, 1941 - Anacostia NAS.  SOC Mar 31, 1946.  To 
				civilian registry as NC28389, N3941A, F-BGSE (TAI Jan 11, 1957 - Air Madagascar Nov 1960), 
				5R-MAH (Rr Mar 1963).  Wfu Jun 1969, b/u.
			4708 (c/n 4098, NC28390, ntu). To US Navy Apr 25, 1941 - To US Naval Attaché, Cape Town.  SOC
				Dec 31, 1946.  To civilian registry as ZS-BNB (Mercury Aviation Feb 1947).  Crashed
				Malakal, Sudan Apr 19, 1947.
4709/4710	Beech JRB-1 Expeditor
4711/4725	Beech JRB-2 Expeditor
			4713 (c/n 1040) rebuilt as SNB-5 in 1952, later redesignated TC-45J.  To N90274
			4718 (c/n 1045) rebuilt as SNB-5 in 1952, later redesignated TC-45J.   To LV-APG.  Crashed on takeoff at Lobos, 
				Buenos Aires, Argentina Nov 27, 1983.
			4719 (c/n 1046) rebuilt as SNB-5 (c/n N-852) in 1952, later redesignated TC-45J.  Retired to storage at NAS 
				Litchfield Park, Arizona in 1964.
			4725 (c/n 1052) rebuilt as SNB-5 (c/n N-806) in 1951, later redesignated TC-45J.  To N3761.  
				To Tarrant County Community College in 1968 as an instructional airframe.  In 2010 was in storage with 
				Vintage Flying Museum, Fort Worth, TX awaiting restoration.
4726/4729	Beech JRB-1 Expeditor
4730/4783	Curtiss SO3C-1 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 82A
			4730 spun after takeoff near Point Onlodam, NY Jul 24, 1943.  2 killed.
			4732 bad landing at NATC Pensacola, FL Mar 28, 1944.
			4734 spun in on takeoff Bolling Field, Washington, DC May 1, 1942.
			4735 SOC from USN Jan 31, 1945 for probable conversion to Queen Seamew
				target drone for Royal Navy, but no record of receipt by RN
			4745 (VCS-5, USS Cleveland) hit water after catapult in Chesapeake Bay,
				Jul 29, 1942.
			4750 (VCS-14, USS Columbia) stalled in turn after takeoff and crashed
				into Jamaica Bay, Long Island, NY Aug 26, 1942.
			4752 stalled on takeoff from NAS Norfolk, VA and crashed into field
				near NAS Willoughby Bay, Virginia Aug 27, 1942.
			4755 in takeoff accident NAS Jacksonville, FL Apr 5, 1943.
			4775 hit large swell and crashed at sea off Makapu' Point Lighthouse, HI Nov 5, 1942.
			4782 (VP-13) missing on local flight Aug 31, 1943.
4784/4792	Curtiss SO3C-2C Seagull
			Transferred to Royal Navy as Seamew I
			4786 forced landed due to fuel exhaustion and nosed over NAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii
				Mar 18, 1943.
4793/4879	Curtiss SO3C-1 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 82A
			4803 lost off power near Fall City.  2 crewmembers bailed out.
			4804 (VCS-12, USS Denver) crashed at sea during recovery, plane
				sunk by gunfire Jan 24, 1943.  Pilot sank with plane.
			4812 missing near Farallon Islands, CA Oct 29, 1943. 2 crew missing.
			4813 swerved off runway at USCG Port Angeles, WA Oct 15, 1943.
			4822 loss of power near Tucson, AZ Sept 12, 1943.  Pilot bailed out.
			4823 force landed on ferry flight Lewes, DE Dec 19, 1942.
			4825 (VS-57, USS Noumea) lost power, force-landed, and capsized Jan 29, 1943.
			4826 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE302
			4828 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX667
			4834 (VCS-12, USS Montpelier) stalled after catapult shot Jan 1, 1943.
				Pilot killed.
			4835 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE291
			4837 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE293
			4839 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JZ772
			4842 forced landed in field near Palisades Field, California Aug 1, 1944.
			4845 forced landed and sank NAS San Pedro, CA Mar 18, 1944.
			4846 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX663
			4847 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX669
			4854 overshot landing at NAB St Louis, MO Oct 1, 1942.
			4856 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX668
			4861 (VCS-12, USS Denver) sunk at sea after recovery accident Jan 24, 1943.
			4868 in takeoff accident NAS Seattle Jan 28, 1943.
			4876 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone JX666
			4877 to Royal Navy as Queen Seamew target drone KE303
4880/5029	Curtiss SO3C-2 Seagull
			Curtiss Model 82B.  Ordered as SO3C-1, delivered as SO3C-2
			4887 (VS-35) engine overheated and crew of two bailed near Cape
				Henry, VA.  One killed.
			4888 force landed at Atlanta, GA May 14, 1943.
			4896 stalled on takeoff at Kingman, AL Apr 28, 1943.
			4902 stalled on takeoff at NAS North Island, CA Jan 14, 1943.
			4899 (VC-31) crashed during low-altitude snap roll near NAAS Santa
				Rosa, CA Jul 23, 1942.  2 killed.
			4903 (VS-71) nosed over on landing Fresno, CA Jul 29, 1943.
			4905 in landing accident at Suffolk Municipal APT, VA May 14, 1944.
			4906 overshot runway in landing at NAS Astoria, OR Oct 20, 1943.
			4929 force landed at sea and sank off Yaquina Head, Oregon Dec 6, 1943.
			4932 engine failure near Modesto, CA Dec 14, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
			4938 force-landed in a stand of trees near Kirtland, NM Jan 15, 1944.
			4939 crashed after takeoff from NAS Alameda, CA.  2 killed.
			4946 force landed near W. Pecos, TX Apr 19, 1943.
			4950 stalled on takeoff from San Pedro Harbor, CA Apr 18, 1943.
			4985 stalled on landing NAS Jacksonville, FL Dec 23, 1942.
			4999 in landing accident at NAS Norman, OK Apr 14, 1944.