US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (111749 to 120340)


Last revised December 5, 2021


111749/111808		McDonnell FH-1 Phantom
				Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/
				Ordered as FD-1, but designated changed to FH-1 before delivery.  111809/111848 cancelled
				111749 first flight Oct 28, 1946.  Delivered Jan 1947.  Used for weather research tests at Patterson AFB, OH.
				111750 Naval Air Test Center, at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
				111751 Naval Air Test Center, at NAS Patuxent River, MD.  1952: NARW NAS Grosse Ile, MI
				111752 2/5/1947: Crashed in Harmony Township, Beaver County, PA on delivery flight to NAS Patuxent River, MD
				111753 1950: VMF-122.   1/10/1950: Ran out of fuel and crash landed at MCAS Cherry Point, NC.
				111754 1948: Naval Air Test Center, at NAS Patuxent River, MD.  3/17/1948: Crash landed at NAS Patuxent River, MD due to engine failure
				111755 Naval Air Test Center, at NAS Patuxent River, MD
				111756 *NARW NAS Saint Louis, MO as "U-104".  1950: NAS New York.  7/18/1950: Ditched into Jamaica Bay, NY
				111757 1948: Naval Air Test Center, at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
				111758 1948: Naval Air Test Center, at NAS Patuxent River, MD.   1/14/1948: Crash landed near Annapolis, MD due to engine failure
				111759 at National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC
				111760 Naval Air Test Center, at NAS Patuxent River, MD.   VMF-122 as "LC-9".  Jul 12, 1951: Written off after a belly-landing at NRAS Minneapolis, NM.
				111761 (MSN 449) 1949: VMF-122 as "LC-2".  NARW NAS Saint Louis, MO.
					Sent as a maintenance trainer to the Teterboro School of Aviation, NJ.  .To Progressive Aero of Fort Lauderdale, FL in 1964 as N4284A.  
					Dismantled and used for spares.
				111762 1948: VF-1L.  5/29/1948: Ran out of fuel and crash landed near East Hampton, NY
				111763 1948: VMF-122.  Dec 8, 1948: Crash landed at MCAS Beaufort, SC due to engine failure.
				111764 NARTU Birmingham, AL as "T-xx".
				111765 1948: VF-171.  11/21/1948: Crash landed at NAS Atlantic City, NJ due to engine failure.
				111766
				111767
				111768 (MSN 456) to Progressive Aero of Fort Lauderdale, FL as N4283A.  To Marine Corps Museum, later to
					St. Louis Aviation Museum, and now with National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY.
					Noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY.  Noted at New York National Warplane
					Museum in 2012. Relocated to Pima Air and Space Museum, seen there in 2017.
				111769 Sent as a maintenance trainer to the Teterboro School of Aviation, NJ.  1964: Purchased by Progressive Aero of Fort Lauderdale, FL.
					Was used as a jet trainer for rich aviation buffs.  Was in storage at the Museum at Quantico, VA
				111770 1948: VMF-122.  1951: NARW NAS Grosse Ile, MI
				111771 *948: VMF-122 as "BC-9".  Aug 10, 1948: Crash landed near MCAS Cherry Point, NC due to mechanical failure
				111772 
				111773 : VF-171.  11/22/1948: Crash landed at NAS Quonset Point, RI due to mechanical failure
				111774  1952 VF-703.   3/23/1952: Ran out of fuel and crash landed near Dallas, TX.
				111775 1948: VF-171.  Dec 7, 1948: Crash landed at NAS Quonset Point, RI due to engine failure.
				111776
				111777
				111778  VF-171 "R-112".  1953: NARW NAS Columbus, OH as "C-103
				111779  1948: VMF-122 as "I-108". w/o?  5 Oct 1949  Force landing, due to engine failure, near  MCAS Cherry Point, NC    VMF-122 
				111780 1948: VMF-122.  NARW NAS Norfolk, VA
				111781 1948: VMF-122.
				111782 1948: VMF-122.
				111783 VMF-122 as "BC-3".  VMF-122 as "LC-8".  Sent as a maintenance trainer to the Teterboro School of Aviation, NJ.
					1964: Purchased by Progressive Aero of Fort Lauderdale, FL.  Was used as a jet trainer for rich aviation buffs.
					Was in storage at Hollywood-Fort Lauderdale APT, FL
				111784 
				111785  VMF-122.  1951: NARTU NAS Glenview, IL.  7/15/1951: Crashed near NAS Glenview, IL due to engine failure. Pilot was killed
				111786  VF-171 as "R-xx".
				111787 1948: VF-17A..  May 6, 1948: Crashed near NAF Quonset Point, RI after to a mid-air collision. Pilot was killed.
				111788 VMF-122 as "LC-7".
				111789 VF-171 as "x-106".
				111790 1948: VF-17A.  6/25/1948: Crashed landed near Wheeling, WV.
				111791 1950: NAS Willow Grove, PA.  7/18/1950: Crash landed at NAS Willow Grove, PA due to engine failure
				111792 
				111793 2/28/1948: Delivered to the USN.  1949: VMF-122.  6/25/1949: Crash landed near Evansville, IN due to engine failure. Repaired, obviously?
					7/25/1949: Crashed near MCAS Cherry Point, NC.  1949: Struck off charge.
					Owned for a time by National Jets Incorporated of Fort Lauderdale, FL
					Currently on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				111794 1949: VMF-122 as "BC-1". w/o  4 May 1951  Cr 30 miles NE. of Glenview, IL, Lake Michigan
				111795 
				111796 1948: VF-171.  8/24/1948: Ditched into the sea on take-off from USS Philippine Sea.
				111797 1948: VF-17A. 5/29/1948: Crash landed near NAS Atlantic City, NJ due to engine failure
				111798
				111799
				111800
				111801 1953: NARW at NAS Dallas, TX as "D-108".
				111802 
				111803 1950: NARTU NAS Norfolk, VA.  Sep 3, 1950: Crashed while landing at NAS Norfolk, VA due to engine failure
				111804 VF-171 as "R-108".
				111805 VMF-122 as "LC-6". W/o?  28 Jul 1948  Force landing, due to mid-air,  10 miles SSE. of NAS Oceana, VA       VMF-122
				111806
				111807
				111808 5/29/1948: Delivered to the USN.  1949: VF-842 as "R-10x".  1952: NARW NAS Minneapolis, MN as "E-104".  NARW NAS Birmingham, AL as "T-101" 
111809/111828		Piasecki HRP-1
				MSN 1/20.  P-V Engineering Forum Model PV-3
				111809 was at New England Air Museum.  Moved to American Helicopter Museum, West Chester, PA.
				111810 crashed Nov 22, 1949 while with VX-1.  Center transmission
					failure, did back flip into water off Key West, FL when aft
					rotor stopped.  No fatalities
				111811 w/o  21 Mar 1951  Crash landing, due to engine failure, at Robertson Peak, VA     HMX-1
				111812 to civil registry as N76V
				111813 assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 13, 1951 to Jul 21, 1953.
					Assigned to NAS Lakehurst, NJ.
				111814 to civil registration as N47R
				111815 crashed at Piasecki Feb 25, 1948 during check out by contractor
					pilot prior to delivery.  Pilot killed, observer hurt.
				111816 w/o?  27 Nov 1951  Ditched, following tail rotor failure,  40 miles SE. of Key West, FL   VX-1
				111817 to civil registry as N7832C
				111820 to civil registry as N4978V
				111821 to US Coast Guard as 821 in 1948.  Returned to US Navy in 1951.
				111823 to US Coast Guard as 823 in 1948.  Returned to US Navy in 1952.  To civil
					registry as N10160, later N4015A.  Was N10160, registration revoked (believed
					in 1980s) and cancelled by FAA Jun 25, 2009.
				111824 ditched into marsh Jun 27, 1949 while with HMX-1 at
					Quantico, VA.  One minor injury.
				111826 to US Coast Guard as 826 in 1948.  Crashed Apr 1951
				111827 to civil registry as N10161.
				111828 to civil registry as N960
111829/111833		Piasecki HRP-2
				MSN 1/5.  P-V Engineering Forum Model PV-17
				111829 to US Coast Guard as 829
				111830 to US Coast Guard as 830
				111831 to US Coast Guard as 831.  
				111832 to US Coast Guard as 832.
				111833 to US Coast Guard as 833.
111834/111848		Piasecki HRP-1
				MSN 21/35. P-V Engineering Forum Model PV-3. Some sources list these as being cancelled.
				111842 to civil registry as N7837C.  If this batch was cancelled, then this must be wrong.
					N7837C was registered as a PV-18, MSN 29, cancelled Oct 30, 1971.  The PV-18 was the HUP-1.
111849/111948		Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk
				cancelled contract
111949/112528		North American SNJ-6 Texan
				Ordered by USAAF as AT-6F; diverted to US Navy
				111949/111978 (MSN 121-42662/42691) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-81940/81969
					111949 (MSN 121-42662)
					111950 (MSN 121-42663)
					111951 (MSN 121-42664)  Registered 15Mar00 as N2067J as a North American-Medore AT6-F 
						with MSN 44-81942-1AM; cancelled 29Jul13
					111952 (MSN 121-42665)
					111953 (MSN 121-42666)
					111954 (MSN 121-42667)
					111955 (MSN 121-42668)
					111956 (MSN 121-42669)
					111957 (MSN 121-42670) Registered 1958 as N9802C. Reregistered 1976 as N4RC; current [Feb20]. 
						Race #80 ‘Thunder Chicken’. Race #8 ‘Rent-A-Dent’. Race #8 ‘All Star’. Race #8 ‘Phoenix’. Race #8 ‘Grace 8’
					111958 (MSN 121-42671)
					111959 (MSN 121-42672)
					111960 (MSN 121-42673)
					111961 (MSN 121-42674)
					111962 (MSN 121-42675)
					111963 (MSN 121-42676)
					111964 (MSN 121-42677)
					111965 (MSN 121-42678)
					111966 (MSN 121-42679) Registered as N9828C. Stored Stockton, CA pending restoration 1989/91. 
						Reregistered Aug94 as N890DB. Reregistered 5Apr16 as N966K, current [Feb20
					111967 (MSN 121-42680)
					111968 (MSN 121-42681)
					111969 (MSN 121-42682) NAS ? 943 Agana, Guam, Marianas Islands
					111970 (MSN 121-42683)
					111971 (MSN 121-42684) Registered as N2877G; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 11Dec19
					111972 (MSN 121-42685)
					111973 (MSN 121-42686)
					111974 (MSN 121-42687) to civil registry in 1967 as N3169G.  current [Jul20]. 
						Race #11 ‘Daring Diane’. Registered to Condor Squadron Officers and Airmens Assoc Inc, Van Nuys, CA; 
						code HL-C (left side): HL-J (right side
					111975 (MSN 121-42688)
					111976 (MSN 121-42689)
					111977 (MSN 121-42690)
					111978 (MSN 121-42689) Accepted by US Navy 7Apr45. IFC, NAS ? 28 Kaneohe, Oahu, TH May45.
						 Pensacola NAS, FL 1948. Overhaul at Pensacola NAS Jul49. US Naval Reserve; code WB-3. 
				111979/111998 (MSN 121-42717/42736) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-81995/82014
					111979 (MSN 121-42717)
					111980 (MSN 121-42718)
					111981 (MSN 121-42719)
					111982 (MSN 121-42720)
					111983 (MSN 121-42721)
					111984 (MSN 121-42722)
					111985 (MSN 121-42723) Registered as N6974C; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 3Sep14
					111986 (MSN 121-42724)
					111987 (MSN 121-42725) to civil registry as N9825C.  Registered to 
						Rudy Frasca/Frasca Air Museum, Champaign, IL 17Jun82. Registration current [Feb20]
					111988 (MSN 121-42726)
					111989 (MSN 121-42727)
					111990 (MSN 121-42728) Registered as N9286G; deregistered 18Dec70, revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 14Feb17.
					111991 (MSN 121-42729)
					111992 (MSN 121-42730)
					111993 (MSN 121-42731)
					111994 (MSN 121-42732) Registration N5496V assigned; not taken up. Rear fuselage with 
						original US Navy markings BuAer 111994 noted stored at Brown Field, San Diego, CA 1986
					111995 (MSN 121-42733)
					111996 (MSN 121-42734)
					111997 (MSN 121-42735)
					111998 (MSN 121-42736)
				111999/112013 (MSN 121-42702/42716) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-81980/81994
					111999 (MSN 121-42702) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. Registered as N9835C; cancelled 22Jan59 on export to Brazil.
						To Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1710. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação 
						e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and operations 
						aboard Minas Gerais. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 5Jan76.
					112000 (MSN 121-42703)
					112001 (MSN 121-42704)
					112002 (MSN 121-42705)
					112003 (MSN 121-42706) VFATU-2, Cabaniss Field NAAS, Corpus Christi, TX. Damaged by a bird 
						strike at Ellington AFB, Houston, TX 19Aug50
					112004 (MSN 121-42707) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1716. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação 
						e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Accident at Magé, RJ 22Mar65. SOC
					112005 (MSN 121-42708)
					112006 (MSN 121-42709)
					112007 (MSN 121-42710) Registered 1959 as N5485V; current [Jul20]. Substantially damaged 
						when it departed the left side of the runway during landing at Double Eagle II Airport (AEG), 
						Albuquerque, New Mexico 22May03. The pilot was not injured. The flight originated from Santa Fe, 
						New Mexico. The pilot was on approach for the runway when there was another aircraft in the 
						pattern, doing touch-and-go landings. The pilot stated that the separation was adequate; 
						however, he "felt the pressure" of the aircraft following him. The landing was uneventful; however, 
						in his "haste to clear the runway, he relaxed the back pressure which allowed the tail to come back up”. 
						The airplane drifted to the left, departed the runway and the left main wheel struck an asphalt walkway. 
						Both the left and the right main gear collapsed, the right wing tip rib was bent, and the right main 
						fuel tank was punctured. The aircraft received minor damage when the right wing tip struck the 
						ground during landing at Santa Fe Municipal Airport, New Mexico 15Oct10. The pilot and the 
						passenger were uninjured. Ran off the runway after landing while on roll out at Santa Fe Municipal 
						Airport, New Mexico 20May11 while on a local sightseeing flight. The aircraft sustained minor damage. 
						The pilot and passenger were not injured. Ground looped left after landing at Santa Fe Municipal Airport, 
						New Mexico 18May14 while on a recreational flight. The pilot and passenger were not injured. 
						The pilot had planned an overhead traffic pattern, which provided for better visibility when he sat 
						in the rear seat. While on downwind the pilot was directed to extend downwind and fly a straight-in 
						approach. The pilot accepted the instructions, knowing his visibility for landing would be restricted 
						and he would likely have to drop the nose of the airplane on approach to see forward during landing. 
						The pilot landed a bit fast after dropping the nose, and a light crosswind possibly pushed the airplane right. 
						The pilot over corrected to the left and added power to go around. The airplane skidded left and exited 
						the runway, causing the right main gear to collapse and the right wing and prop to strike the ground
					112008 (MSN 121-42711)
					112009 (MSN 121-42712) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6167. Written off 14Jan59
					112010 (MSN 121-42713)
					112011 (MSN 121-42714) Registered 1957 as N7422C. Reregistered as N373N; current [Feb20].
					112012 (MSN 121-42715)
					112013 (MSN 121-42716)
				112014/112078 (MSN 121-42782/42846) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82060/82124
					112014 (MSN 121-42782)
					112015 (MSN 121-42783)
					112016 (MSN 121-42784)
					112017 (MSN 121-42785)
					112018 (MSN 121-42786)
					112019 (MSN 121-42787)
					112020 (MSN 121-42788)
					112021 (MSN 121-42789)
					112022 (MSN 121-42790)
					112023 (MSN 121-42791) Registered 1963 as N5500V; current [Aug19]. Right main gear collapsed when 
						gear down lock pin did not engage on landing at Lancaster, CA 4Dec81. Race #98. Force landed gear 
						up after the engine lost power caused by a faulty fuel pump on the beach at Seal Beach, CA 27Aug86. 
						Left main gear collapsed near the end of the landing roll at Santa Ana, CA 12Sep95.  
					112024 (MSN 121-42792)
					112025 (MSN 121-42793)
					112026 (MSN 121-42794)
					112027 (MSN 121-42795)
					112028 (MSN 121-42796)
					112029 (MSN 121-42797)
					112030 (MSN 121-42798)
					112031 (MSN 121-42799)
					112032 (MSN 121-42800)
					112033 (MSN 121-42801)
					112034 (MSN 121-42802) US Naval Air Reserve, Grosse Ile NAS, MI; code I-034 [1955]. 
						Registered 1959 as N3254G. Race #0. Reregistered May80 as N41WD. Reregistered Jul80 as N2129. 
						Reregistered Sep99 as N452WA; current [Jul20]. Operated by Warbird Adventures of Kissimmee, 
						Florida. Substantially damaged when the aircraft struck a bird during cruise at 2,000ft over 
						Kissimmee 30Nov10.  Was painted as 112129, but now repainted 
						correctly with BuNo 112034.
					112035 (MSN 121-42803)
					112036 (MSN 121-42804) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6168. Written off 14Jan59
					112037 (MSN 121-42805)
					112038 (MSN 121-42806)
					112039 (MSN 121-42807) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1719. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação 
						e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Base Aérea de São Paulo, SP. SOC at São Paulo 12Jan70
					112040 (MSN 121-42808)
					112041 (MSN 121-42809)
					112042 (MSN 121-42810)
					112043 (MSN 121-42811)
					112044 (MSN 121-42812)
					112045 (MSN 121-42813)
					112046 (MSN 121-42814)
					112047 (MSN 121-42815) Registered 2May61 as N1122U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC;
						 cancelled 30Jun70. Hawkins & Powers Aviation, Greybull, WY. Noted stored dismantled 1989
					112048 (MSN 121-42816) Registered 2May61 as N3652F to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; 
						cancelled 29Jun70.
					112049 (MSN 121-42817) Registered 1959 as N9809C. Substantially damaged when the pilot 
						failed to extend the landing gear landing at Hunter-Liggett Airport, Jolon, CA 7Nov67. 
						Registered 20Aug99 as N451WA; current [Feb20]. Operated by Warbird Adventures of Kissimmee, Florida. 
						Substantially damaged at Kissimmee, FL, when the hangar collapsed during Hurricane Charley 13Aug04.
					112050 (MSN 121-42818)
					112051 (MSN 121-42819)
					112052 (MSN 121-42820)
					112053 (MSN 121-42821)
					112054 (MSN 121-42822) Anacostia NAS, DC. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Lockbourne Field, OH 21Mar46
					112055 (MSN 121-42823) Registered 1959 as N8217E. Reregistered 17Mar01 as N453WA; 
						cancelled 27Apr10. Operated by Warbird Adventures of Kissimmee, Florida. Damaged at 
						Kissimmee (Gateway) airport (KISM), FL 20Oct01. The propeller and cowling of SNJ-6, 
						N453WA collided with the tail of Cessna C-172R, N64AF when taxying shortly after landing. 
						The SNJ-6 had been cleared to land after the C-172 and was subsequently instructed by ATC 
						to exit the runway onto the taxiway and follow the C-172. When taxying, the C-172 was 
						instructed by ATC to yield to another aircraft crossing on an intersecting taxiway. The SNJ-6 
						ran into the tail of the stopped C-172 shortly afterward. The SNJ-6 sustained minor damage, 
						while the tail of the C-172 sustained structural damage. There were no injuries. 
						The SNJ-6 pilot had lost sight of the C-172 due to the forward visibility limitation of the 
						SNJ-6 landing gear configuration. Destroyed near Kissimmee (Gateway) airport (KISM), FL 9May05. 
						The aircraft departed Kissimmee for an aerobatic instructional flight south of the Kissimmee 
						airport. The aerobatic flight was conducted between 5,000ft and 6,000ft. The last ATC plot 
						showed that the aircraft was at 3,800ft, heading 067 degrees and the ground speed was 99 knots. 
						The right wing separated from the aircraft and the aircraft impacted the ground almost vertically. 
						The pilot-in-command and student were both fatally injured
					112056 (MSN 121-42824)
					112057 (MSN 121-42825)
					112058 (MSN 121-42826)
					112059 (MSN 121-42827)
					112060 (MSN 121-42828)
					112061 (MSN 121-42829)
					112062 (MSN 121-42830)
					112063 (MSN 121-42831)
					112064 (MSN 121-42832) 
					112065 (MSN 121-42833)
					112066 (MSN 121-42834) 
					112067 (MSN 121-42835) Registered 5Mar62 as N5491V to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; 
						cancelled 25Apr62. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Apr62. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Apr62 as E.16-179. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 33-179. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-179. 
						Escuadrón 421, Grupo 42, Getafe, Madrid; code 421-67. SOC 1Jul81. Stored in Museo del Aire compound, 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, Spain [noted 1987]. Registration F-AZJS assigned 1992; not taken up. 
						Believed to have been used in rebuild of F-AZBE [41-33606]. 
					112068 (MSN 121-42836) To Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force as 6196. SOC 1964. 
						Ground instructional airframe as 3MSS-07 with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, S
						himofusa, Chiba Prefecture. National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. Loaned to
						Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force. Displayed near the main gate at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, 
						Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan..  Still guarding the gate there Oct 2012.
					112069 (MSN 121-42837) 
					112070 (MSN 121-42838), ex USAAF 44-82311.  Registered 1959 as N8205E. Reregistered 1974 
						as N68JS. Registration N311WW assigned Nov80; not taken up. Reregistered Nov80 as N68JS
						current [Jul20]. with J. E. Scogna of Yardley, PA. current [Jul20]. 
					112071 (MSN 121-42839) Registered 1959 as N3646F; current [Feb20]. Substantially damaged 
						when struck an automobile on take-off from Anderson Airport, Newcomb, NY 4Sep65 
					112072 (MSN 121-42840)
					112073 (MSN 121-42841)
					112074 (MSN 121-42842)
					112075 (MSN 121-42843)
					112076 (MSN 121-42844)
					112077 (MSN 121-42845)
					112078 (MSN 121-42846)
				112079/112098 (MSN 121-42857/42876) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82135/82154
					112079 (MSN 121-42857) AES-12, Quantico MCAS, VA. Damaged landing at Quantico MCAS 16Apr53
						registered as N1044C in 1960, cancelled Sep 6, 2019
					112080 (MSN 121-42858) 
					112081 (MSN 121-42859) 
					112082 (MSN 121-42860) 
					112083 (MSN 121-42861) 
					112084 (MSN 121-42862) 
					112085 (MSN 121-42863) 
					112086 (MSN 121-42864) 
					112087 (MSN 121-42865) 
					112088 (MSN 121-42866) 
					112089 (MSN 121-42867) 
					112090 (MSN 121-42868) 
					112091 (MSN 121-42869) Registered as N6973C; cancelled 9Nov67. Crashed and destroyed 
						after the student pilot lost control at Salida, CO 25Mar67 (2 fatalities). 
					112092 (MSN 121-42870) 
					112093 (MSN 121-42871) Sam Goldman/Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA 1988. Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 3Apr89
					112094 (MSN 121-42872) 
					112095 (MSN 121-42873) 
					112096 (MSN 121-42874) 
					112097 (MSN 121-42875) 
					112098 (MSN 121-42876) 
				112099 (MSN 121-42923) ex USAAF 44-82201
				112100 (MSN 121-42926) ex USAAF 44-82204
				112101 (MSN 121-42929) ex USAAF 44-82207
				112102 (MSN 121-42931) ex USAAF 44-82209
				112103/112107 (MSN 121-42934/42938) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82212/82216
					112103 (MSN 121-42934)
					112104 (MSN 121-42935)
					112105 (MSN 121-42936)
					112106 (MSN 121-42937)
					112107 (MSN 121-42938)
				112108/112116 (MSN 121-42940/42948) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82218/82226
					112108 (MSN 121-42940)
					112109 (MSN 121-42941)
					112110 (MSN 121-42942) Registered 1959 as N3614F. Reregistered 1969 as N299SF; cancelled 1971. 
						Stored 1972/93: restored to airworthy condition commenced 1993. Reregistered 17Jan95 as N299SF; 
						current [Feb20
					112111 (MSN 121-42943)
					112112 (MSN 121-42944) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. Registered as N9819C; cancelled 22Jul60 on export to Brazil. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 12Oct60 as 1701. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação 
						e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Accident at Galeão 9Apr63. SOC
					112113 (MSN 121-42945)
					112114 (MSN 121-42946) Registered 1959 as N2855G; revoked 14Jan77. 
						Registered 1976 as N58740; current [Feb20]. Substantially damaged at Titusville, FL 10Mar85. 
						A group of T-6 type aircraft were taking off in sections of two aircraft each. Each section of two 
						were making a formation take-off with a 5 to 6 second interval between sections. N58740 was in 
						the left position of the 2nd section; N9801C was in the left position of the 3rd section. 
						During take-off, an aircraft in the 1st section had an engine problem and the pilot aborted 
						his take-off. He made a radio call to notify the other pilots and the pilots of the 2nd section 
						aborted their take-off. However, the pilot of N9801C, who was leading the 3rd section did not 
						hear the radio call. His aircraft had poor forward visibility while the tail wheel was on the 
						ground. Therefore, he was not aware that the aircraft ahead were aborting until he raised the 
						tail during the take-off roll. By then, it was too late to avoid a collision. Subsequently, the 
						left wing of N9801C struck the rudder and elevators of N58740 and both aircraft were substantially 		
						damaged. Damaged when landed with landing gear retracted at Conroe, TX 18Dec94
					112115 (MSN 121-42947) 
					112116 (MSN 121-42948)
				112117/112173 (MSN 121-42950/43006) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82228/82284
					112117 (MSN 121-42950)
					112118 (MSN 121-42951) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1715. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação 
						e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. 
						SOC 23Mar73.
					112119 (MSN 121-42952) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. Registered as N9838C; cancelled 22Jan59 on export to Brazil. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1713. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação 
						e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. 
						SOC 16Jun75. Aéro Agrícola Caiçara Ltda., Vila Nova, Santos, SP. 
						Registration PT-KSW assigned 26Nov75; not taken up
					112120 (MSN 121-42953)
					112121 (MSN 121-42954) Registered as N2856G; cancelled. Registered Apr77 as N2856G. 
						Reregistered May81 as N61JD. Registered 30Mar93 to National Museum of Naval Aviation, 
						Pensacola, FL. Registration cancelled 18Aug99. Displayed at the National Naval Aviation Museum, 
						Pensacola NAS, FL. Maybe a composite with a SNJ-5.
					112122 (MSN 121-42955)
					112123 (MSN 121-42956) Registered 1958 as N7984C; current [Aug19]. On a local flight from 
						Galt Field, Wonder Lake, Woodstock, IL, fuel starvation caused the engine to stop. The aircraft was 
						substantially damaged when force landed in a corn field and nosed over short of the runway at 
						Galt Field 9Oct72 [pilot killed]
					112124 (MSN 121-42957) Registered as N2857G; revoked 5Nov77; cancelled 26Aug09.
						En route Livermore, CA to Antioch, CA 13May79, the engine failed at 500ft on the descent to 
						land at Antioch. The pilot elected to bail out; the aircraft crashed and was destroyed by fire
					112125 (MSN 121-42958)
					112126 (MSN 121-42959)
					112127 (MSN 121-42960)
					112128 (MSN 121-42961) Accident two miles south of Liverpool, TX 13Mar46
					112129 (MSN 121-42962)
					112130 (MSN 121-42963) Registered as N2860G. Operated by Condor Squadron Officers and 
						Airmens Association Inc, Van Nuys Airport, Los Angeles, CA. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Whiteman Airpark Airport, Pacoima, CA 26May77. Fatal crash 
						and destroyed during a display at El Toro MCAS, Irvine, CA 27Apr85. The pilot initiated a normal 
						take-off and climb until the aircraft was over the departure end of the runway at about 150 ft agl 
						with the landing gear and flaps retracted. The aircraft then rolled rapidly into a steep left bank,
						turned about 180 deg and climbed to approximately 250 ft agl. As the aircraft rolled to a wings 
						level attitude, the nose was slightly above the horizon. The aircraft remained in that position 
						momentarily, then quickly rolled into a steep left bank. After about another 30 deg of heading 
						change, the aircraft rolled over-the-top into a right spin. Reportedly, the spin was stopped after 
						about 3 turns, but before recovery, the aircraft struck the ground in a nose down, right wing 
						down attitude. After initial impact, the aircraft continued into a chapel building and burned. 
						The pilot possessed a waiver to fly with an amputated leg. The aircraft was modified so that he 
						had full control of the rudder with one leg. Rebuilt and restored 26Apr88 as N2860G; cancelled 8Apr93
					112131 (MSN 121-42964) Registered as N2858G. Reregistered 1976 as N73RR; current [Jul20]. 
						Race #73 ‘Miss Everything’. Race #59 ‘Blue Bayou’. Race #22 ‘Two of Hearts’
					112132 (MSN 121-42965)
					112133 (MSN 121-42966)
					112134 (MSN 121-42967)
					112135 (MSN 121-42968)
					112136 (MSN 121-42969)
					112137 (MSN 121-42970) Registered as N2859G; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 23Jul09
					112138 (MSN 121-42971)
					112139 (MSN 121-42972)
					112140 (MSN 121-42973)
					112141 (MSN 121-42974)
					112142 (MSN 121-42975)
					112143 (MSN 121-42976)
					112144 (MSN 121-43977)
					112145 (MSN 121-42978)
					112146 (MSN 121-42979)
					112147 (MSN 121-42980)
					112148 (MSN 121-42981) Registered 1959 as N3639F; current [Jul20]
					112149 (MSN 121-42982)
					112150 (MSN 121-42983)
					112151 (MSN 121-42984)
					112152 (MSN 121-42985)
					112153 (MSN 121-42986)
					112154 (MSN 121-43987) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6178
					112155 (MSN 121-42988)
					112156 (MSN 121-42989)
					112157 (MSN 121-42990) Registered 1958 as N2861G; expired 31May20. Race #2. 
						Damaged at Seward, NE 20May00. The aircraft was landing on the runway in three point 
						attitude. A right cross wind caused the aircraft to weather vane to the right. The pilot chose 
						to allow the aircraft to continue into the grass, where the aircraft struck an unseen
						non-collapsible runway Marker. The aircraft tipped upon its nose causing damage to 
						the propeller and under the left wing.
					112158 (MSN 121-42991)
					112159 (MSN 121-42992)
					112160 (MSN 121-42993) Missing in bad weather c.30Jun51
					112161 (MSN 121-42994) Registered 1958 as N2862G. National Museum of Naval Aviation, 
						Pensacola, FL 1990. Registered 22Mar93 to National Museum of Naval Aviation; cancelled 19Aug99. 
						Loaned to Naval Air Station (NAS) Whiting Field, Milton, Florida. Displayed at Whiting Field NAS, FL.
					112162 (MSN 121-42995)
					112163 (MSN 121-42996)
					112164 (MSN 121-43997)
					112165 (MSN 121-42998)
					112166 (MSN 121-42999)
					112167 (MSN 121-43000) Restoration project at Wasco, CA 1991/93
					112168 (MSN 121-43001).  Registered 1958 as N2863G; current [Feb20]. 
						Registered 1Aug12 to Condor Squadron Officers and Airmens Assoc Inc, Van Nuys, CA; code HL-S
					112169 (MSN 121-43002) Pensacola NAS, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Pope Field, 
						Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, NC 7Feb46. Registered 1958 as N2864G; current [Aug19]. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing on ice and slush on the runway and hit a 
						snow bank at Turners Fall, MA 5Jan69
					112170 (MSN 121-43003)
					112171 (MSN 121-43004)
					112172 (MSN 121-43005)
					112173 (MSN 121-43006) 
				112174/112193 (MSN 121-43032/43051) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82310/82329
					112174 (MSN 121-43032)
					112175 (MSN 121-43033)
					112176 (MSN 121-43034)
					112177 (MSN 121-43035)
					112178 (MSN 121-43036, ex USAAF 44-82314Registered as N9820C. Rebuilt as a 
						Mitsubishi A6M Zero replica, flying as AI-128. Registered 9Sep91 to the American Airpower 
						Heritage Museum, Midland, TX. Operated by Commemorative Air Force-Gulf Coast Wing, 
						David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport (DWH), Houston, TX. Damaged when ground looped at 
						Pendleton, CO 17Jul08. The pilot departed from Twin Falls, Idaho en route to McChord AFB, 
						Tacoma, Washington, with a scheduled fuel stop in Pendleton. The pilot made a three point 
						landing and right after touch down the right wing came up. He attempted to recover but the 
						aircraft seemed to not respond, losing control and the aircraft did a ground loop to the left. 
						Damage to aircraft was determined to be minor. Registration current [Jul20].
					112179 (MSN 121-43037)
					112180 (MSN 121-43038) Registered 1959 as N9831C. Spokane School District, Spokane, WA, 1963/72. 
						Registered May81 as N916DC. Registration N916JC assigned Mar86; not taken up. 
						Registered Jul88 as N916DC; current [Jul20]. Registered 29Dec15 to the American Airpower 
						Heritage Flying Museum, Dallas, TX. Operated by Commemorative Air Force - Minnesota Wing, South St. Paul, MN.
					112181 (MSN 121-43039)
					112182 (MSN 121-43040)
					112183 (MSN 121-43041)
					112184 (MSN 121-43042)
					112185 (MSN 121-43043)
					112186 (MSN 121-43044)
					112187 (MSN 121-43045, ex USAAF 44-82323).  Modified as a deck landing trainer with 
						tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-6C. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1712. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação e 
						Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Modified to T-6D standard. Esquadrilha da Fumaça
						(Smoke Squadron), Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Parque de Material Aeronáutico 
						dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. SOC15Sep76. Registered 1976 as PT-KVE. Noted stored at Bergamo 
						Aeroclub, Bergamo-Orio al Serio, Italy, 2008. Registered as D-FKVE; cancelled 8Apr16. 
						Registered 2016 as I-FKVE; current [Jul17]. Painted in Italian Air Force/Aeronautica Militare Italiana 
						sporting the livery of a Harvard/Texan flown by the IAF flight school (61° Stormo Lecce) with fake s		
						erial and code MM 53657/SL-8. 
					112188 (MSN 121-43046)
					112189 (MSN 121-43047)
					112190 (MSN 121-43048)
					112191 (MSN 121-43049)
					112192 (MSN 121-43050) Stored at Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ. 
						To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct61 as A-257
					112193 (MSN 121-43051) United States Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (Blue Angels), Jacksonville NAS, FL 1946.
				112194/112241 (MSN 121-43097/43144) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82375/82422
					112194 (MSN 121-43097) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1711. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação e 
						Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. 
						SOC 19May72
					112195 (MSN 121-43098) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6169 
					112196 (MSN 121-43099) 
					112197 (MSN 121-43100) 
					112198 (MSN 121-43101) 
					112199 (MSN 121-43102) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6179
					112200 (MSN 121-43103) Registered 1Feb61 as N1129U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; 
						cancelled 29Jan62. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Feb62. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Feb62 as E.16-165. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-165. 
						Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta No 46, Gando, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. Crash landed at 
						Gando 20Nov67. Escuadrón 421, Grupo 42, Getafe, Madrid; code 421-54. SOC 1Jul81. 
						Displayed by the Santander Chamber of Commerce at Santander airport, Spain
					112201 (MSN 121-43104) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. Registered as N8157H. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 12Oct60 as 1702. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação 
						e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. 
						SOC 31Oct74. 
						To Bolivian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Boliviana as 366. Displayed at Tarija, Bolivia. SOC 27Jul90. 
						Sold to USA 9Jul90. Registered Oct90 as N6617X; current [Jul20]. Substantially damaged shortly 
						after take-off from Marlboro Airport, Matawan, NJ 30Jul93 when the airplane's engine lost partial power. 
						The pilot stated he made a 180 degree turn back towards the departure runway. Because of the 
						airplane's airspeed and the tailwind, he elected to land parallel to the runway on the grass. 
						The airplane was not going to stop prior to impacting trees located at the end of the grass so he 
						ground looped the airplane. During the ground loop, the airplane's left wing contacted the ground 
						damaging the spar and landing gear. Post accident examination of the engine revealed that there was 
						water in the front and rear ignition harnesses rendering the number 4, 5, 6, and 7 cylinder spark plugs 
						inoperative
					112202 (MSN 121-43105) 
					112203 (MSN 121-43106) 
					112204 (MSN 121-43107) Registered 1959 as N6515C. Reregistered 4Nov02 as N604; current [Jul20]. .
					112205 (MSN 121-43108) 
					112206 (MSN 121-43109) Stored at Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ. 
						Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya Oct61 as A-257; later as 258. 
						Final flight 18Oct84; WFU. Traded to FAU for airworthy Beech T-34A, serial 651. 
						To Uruguay Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 19Oct84 as 381. Used for spares source only. SOC 26Oct87. 
					112207 (MSN 121-43110) 
					112208 (MSN 121-43111)Registered 1959 as N7970C; cancelled. Registration N7970C assigned 22Aug91; 
						not taken up, cancelled 8Apr11  
					112209 (MSN 121-43112) 
					112210 (MSN 121-43113) 
					112211 (MSN 121-43114) 
					112212 (MSN 121-43115) 
					112213 (MSN 121-43116) Registered 1959 as N7298C. Reregistered 1969 as N9161.
						 Reregistered Sep77 as N969RH; current [Feb2
					112214 (MSN 121-43117) 
					112215 (MSN 121-43118) Registered 1May61 as N1120U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; cancelled 30Jun70
					112216 (MSN 121-43119) 
					112217 (MSN 121-43120) 
					112218 (MSN 121-43121) 
					112219 (MSN 121-43122) 
					112220 (MSN 121-43123) Cuddihy Field NAAS, Corpus Christi, TX. Crash landed at Waco Field, TX 19Aug45. 
						Registered 1959 as N7977C. Reregistered 1970 as N21BA; current [Jul20.
					112221 (MSN 121-43124) 
					112222 (MSN 121-43125) 
					112223 (MSN 121-43126) 
					112224 (MSN 121-43127) 
					112225 (MSN 121-43128) 
					112226 (MSN 121-43129) 
					112227 (MSN 121-43130) Accepted by US Navy 21Jun45. SOC 4Feb60. Registered 1963 as N9800C. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Paso Robles Municipal Airport, CA 28Sep70. 
						Reregistered 7May04 as N455WA; current [Jul20].   Operated by Warbird Adventures of Kissimmee, Florida. 
						Substantially damaged at Kissimmee, FL, when the hangar collapsed during Hurricane Charley 13Aug04.
					112228 (MSN 121-43131) 
						112229 (MSN 121-43132) Accepted by US Navy May45. Modified to SNJ-6B; reverted to SNJ-6. 
							Modified 1952 by US Navy, Pensacola NAS, FL to T-6G standard as a gunnery trainer. 
							Designated SNJ-7B; redesignated SNJ-6-7X. BTU-2, Saufley Field NAAS, Pensacola, FL [Feb54]; code SB-00. 
						[SAAF T-6 serial 7703 was rebuilt to AT-6G standard with MSN SA060; it is registered as N48JC and flies 
						in false Markings as BuAer 112229]
					112230 (MSN 121-43133) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C.
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1718. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação e 
						Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Modified to T-6D standard. Núcleo do Parque de Material 
						Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 3Mar69. Displayed as gate guard at Base Aérea dos Afonsos, 
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ 1969. Removed from display and stored 1972. Displayed as gate guard at 
						Academia da Força Aérea, Base Aérea de Pirassununga, São Paulo, SP 1990
					112231 (MSN 121-43134) in mid-air collision Pensacola, FL May 9, 1953.
					112232 (MSN 121-43135) Registered as N3671F; cancelled 15Jan71. Modified and 
						equipped for skywriting. Substantially damaged when ground looped during an aborted 
						take-off at Blue Mound (3F0), Saginaw, TX 1Nov67; the tail wheel lock pin had failed. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped after a hard landing at Blue Mound (3F0), 
						Saginaw, TX 18Nov67. Wrecked when ground looped and collided with a ditch landing 
						at Blue Mound (3F0), Saginaw, TX 1Sep68
					112233 (MSN 121-43136) 
					112234 (MSN 121-43137) 
					112235 (MSN 121-43138) 
					112236 (MSN 121-43139) 
					112237 (MSN 121-43140)  Registered as N7985C. Reregistered as N75AG; cancelled 30Jun17. 
						Race #75 ‘Warlock’. The aircraft flew low over the water at Tulloch Lake bordering the California 
						county lines of Tuolumne and Calaveras 17Jun07. The airplane departed Columbia airport a
						few minutes earlier after attending the father’s day fly-in at Columbia (O22), CA. Near 
						Knights ferry at the southwest end of the lake the airplane hit a set of power lines and 
						broke one causing minor damage to the leading edge of the left wing. The pilot didn't 
						know that he had hit any power lines until arriving at Minter Field, Shafter, CA later that day. 
						Sustained substantial damage after impacting terrain while maneuvering at a low altitude
						near Bakersfield, California 17Mar10. The pilot and passenger were killed. The flight departed 
						Shafter-Minter Field (MIT), Shafter, California. A witness reported that he observed the airplane 
						circling his farm, followed by a low pass at an altitude estimated to be between 150 to 200 feet 
						above the ground (agl). The witness further reported that he observed the airplane depart 
						the area in a climb to the north. A second witness, who was located about one-half mile south 
						of the accident site, reported that he observed the airplane circling overhead, followed by a 
						constant, shallow rate of descent before it impacted terrain in a slightly nose down attitude. 
						The witness stated that the airplane then bounced once before impacting the terrain a second 
						time, followed by a cloud of dust and billowing smoke. The witness added that at no time during
						the gradual descent until the time of impact did he observe the airplane’s pitch attitude change, 
						that its attitude was steady until the time of impact, and that he did not observe the airplane 
						make any type of an evasive maneuver to avoid the impact with terrain. 
					112238 (MSN 121-43141)  
					112239 (MSN 121-43142) Registered 1959 as N6442D; cancelled 1977. 
						Registered 22Feb82 as N6442D; current [Jul20]
					112240 (MSN 121-43143)  
					112241 (MSN 121-43144) 
				112242 (MSN 121-43029) ex USAAF 44-82307
				112243 (MSN 121-43031) ex USAAF 44-82309
				112244/112277 (MSN 121-43052/43085) ex USAAF 44-82330/82363
					112244 (MSN 121-43052).
					112245 (MSN 121-43053)
					112246 (MSN 121-43054)
					112247 (MSN 121-43055) Registered 1958 as N7983C. Substantially damaged when the left main 
						gear collapsed on landing at the Quincy Municipal Airport, Quincy, Illinois 2Aug98. The flight 
						originated at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The pilot reported "at touchdown the right wing started 
						down as though the right gear was not down. I lifted the wing with the controls and applied power. 
						When the aircraft cleared the runway to the left I reduced power and the right wing fell and the 
						aircraft slid to a stop”. Inspection of the airplane revealed the right main landing gear collapsed f
						or undetermined reasons. Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City, NV 6Jun01. Reregistered 18Jul02 as N349JB; 
						current [Jul20]. .
					112248 (MSN 121-43056)
					112249 (MSN 121-43057) Registered 2May61 as N1121U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC; cancelled 30Jun70
					112250 (MSN 121-43058) 
					112251 (MSN 121-43059)
					112252 (MSN 121-43060)
					112253 (MSN 121-43061)
					112254 (MSN 121-43062)
					112255 (MSN 121-43063)
					112256 (MSN 121-43064)Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. Registered as N9843C; cancelled 22Jan59 on export to Brazil. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1714. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação 
						e Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and 
						operations aboard Minas Gerais. Esquadrilha de Reconhecimento e Ataque 31, Base Aérea de 
						Santa Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. 
						SOC 19Mar74. 
					112257 (MSN 121-43065) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA 1988. Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 3Apr89
					112258 (MSN 121-43066)
					112259 (MSN 121-43067)
					112260 (MSN 121-43068)
					112261 (MSN 121-43069)
					112262 (MSN 121-43070)
					112263 (MSN 121-43071)
					112264 (MSN 121-43072)
					112265 (MSN 121-43073)
					112266 (MSN 121-43074)
					112267 (MSN 121-43075)
					112268 (MSN 121-43076) 
					112269 (MSN 121-43077) Registered as N7975C. Reregistered 1972 as N269CB; current [Feb20].
						Damaged landing at Watsonville, CA 30May99. Aircraft landed on up-wind side of the runway. 
						As the tail started to settle the aircraft became airborne and departed the right side of the runway. 
						Pilot initiated corrective action and recovered control of aircraft. Aircraft incurred minor damage 
						to right wingtip and aileron
					112270 (MSN 121-43078)
					112271 (MSN 121-43079)
					112272 (MSN 121-43080)
					112273 (MSN 121-43081)
					112274 (MSN 121-43082)
					112275 (MSN 121-43083)
					112276 (MSN 121-43084)
					112277 (MSN 121-43085)
				112278/112279 (MSN 121-43167/43168) ex USAAF 44-82445/82446
				112280/112290 (MSN MSN 121-43086/121-43096)  ex USAAF 44-82364/44-82374
					112280 (MSN 121-43086) Los Alamitos NAS, CA.  ground looped on landing at Ellington AFB, Houston, TX Apr 4, 1950
					112281 (MSN 121-43087)
					112282 (MSN 121-43088)		
					112283 (MSN 121-43089)
					112284 (MSN 121-43090) Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6191
					112285 (MSN 121-43091)
					112286 (MSN 121-43092)
					112287 (MSN 121-43093)
					112288 (MSN 121-43094)
					112289 (MSN 121-43095)
					112290 (MSN 121-43096)
				112291/112312 (MSN 124-43145/43166) ex USAAF 44-82423/82444
					112291 (MSN 124-43145)
					112292 (MSN 124-43146)
					112293 (MSN 124-43147)
					112294 (MSN 121-43148) Japan Maritime Self Defense Force 14Apr56 as 6182. SOC 8Jun63. 
						Ground instructional airframe with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, 
						Chiba Prefecture 1968. Displayed at Oita City hospital, Oita Prefecture. Displayed outside the 
						Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nippon Bunri University, Oita, Oita Prefecture. 
					112295 (MSN 121-43149) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-6C. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1717. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação e Observação, 
						Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and operations 
						aboard Minas Gerais. Esquadrilha de Reconhecimento e Ataque 32, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
						Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 10Jan74. Modified to T-6G standard. 
						Donated to Paraguayan Air Force/Aviación Militar Paraguaya 1975 as 0131. Grupo Aéreo de Entrenamiento y 
						Transporte (GAET), Base Aerea Ñu Guasú, Campo Grande, Asunción. WFU 1984. Scrapped
					112296 (MSN 124-43150)
					112297 (MSN 124-43151)
					112298 (MSN 121-43152) 
					112299 (MSN 124-43153)
					112300 (MSN 124-43154)
					112301 (MSN 121-43155) Registered as N9806C; current [Feb20]
					112302 (MSN 121-43156) 
					112303 (MSN 121-43157) Accepted by US Navy Jul45. Modified 1952 by US Navy, Pensacola NAS, FL to 
						T-6G standard. Designated SNJ-7; redesignated SNJ-6-7CX; used to test avionics applications at 
						Patuxent River NAS, MD. Stored at Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ. Registered 1957 as N4133A; 
						revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Jun12. Walter Soplata Aviation Collection, Newbury, OH. 
						Stored unrestored [last noted May10]. . 
					112304 (MSN 124-43158)
					112305 (MSN 124-43159)
					112306 (MSN 121-43160) 
					112307 (MSN 124-43161)
					112308 (MSN 124-43162)
					112309 (MSN 121-43163) 
					112310 (MSN 121-43164)  
					112311 (MSN 124-43165)
					112312 (MSN 124-43166)
				112313/112348 (MSN 121-43169/43204) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82447/82482
					112313 (MSN 121-43169) Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City, NV 2000. Registered 24Oct01 as 
						N20134 as a North American-Buehn SNJ-6; current [Jul20]. 
					112314 (MSN 121-43170).  Modified by US Navy, Pensacola NAS, FL to T-6G standard with 
						arrestor gear, designated SNJ-7C; redesignated SNJ-6-7X. Accident at Pyeongtaek [K-6], South Korea 8Jul51. 
						Registered 1957 as N4135A; current [Jun20].
					112315 (MSN 121-43171).  
					112316 (MSN 121-43172) Registered 1959 as N6298C; cancelled 21Aug81. Confederate Air Force, 
						Harlingen TX 1975/81. Historic Aeroplane Works Inc, Roanoke, IN. Registered 7Nov08 as N62997. 
						Registered 20Jul10 as N147FG to the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, Galveston, TX. 
						Registered 28Jul17 to the Lone Star Flight Museum, Houston, TX; current [Jul20]. 
					112317 (MSN 121-43173) Accepted by US Navy 5Jul45. Seattle NAS, WA [Nov48]. Pasadena NAS, CA. SOC 1948.
					112318 (MSN 121-43174)Alameda NAS, CA.. Overhaul and Repair Department, Pensacola NAS, FL Aug49. BTU-1, Saufley Field NAAS, Pensacola, FL. VT-1A, Pensacola NAS, FL 
					112319 (MSN 121-43175)
					112320 (MSN 121-43176)
					112321 (MSN 121-43177)
					112322 (MSN 121-43178) Registered 7Jun95 as N2118X; cancelled 29Oct13 on export to Brazil. 
						Registered as PP-BRW; current [May16]. Exhibited at Museu Asas de um Sonho/Wings of a Dream Museum 
						[aka TAM Museum], São Carlos, State of São Paulo, Brasil; museum closed 29Jan16
					112323 (MSN 121-43179) Registered 1959 as N611F; current [Aug19]. Substantially damaged when 
						the landing gear collapsed after a hard landing at Shafter, CA 7Dec66. Race #86 ‘Bad Company’
					112324 (MSN 121-43180)
					112325 (MSN 121-43181)
					112326 (MSN 121-43182)
					112327 (MSN 121-43183)
					112328 (MSN 121-43184)
					112329 (MSN 121-43185)
					112330 (MSN 121-43186) US Marines Corps. VMT-1, Cherry Point MCAS, NC; code LF-47. Pensacola NAS, FL. 
						SOC 1958. Stored on a farm 1958/82. Registered as N186D. By road from Chapman, AL to
						Kalamazoo, MI Jul82 for restoration; first flight 1983. Registered Jan83 as N47LF; expired 31Dec13, 
						cancelled 24Jan18. Destroyed when it impacted the Gulf of México about one mile south of 
						Topsail Hill Reserve State Park, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 6Mar10. The pilot and passenger were 
						fatally injured. The airplane was part of a five-airplane formation. The accident airplane was 
						number 5 in a five-plane, in-trail, over water formation. The flight leader estimated that the 
						formation was about 500 feet above the water, and a trail pilot estimated that the airplanes were 
						about 2,000 yards apart. The formation was headed eastbound, along a beach. A video clip 
						revealed that some of the airplanes completed aileron rolls. When the number 5 airplane attempted 
						a left aileron roll, it reached a 180-degree (completely upside down) position with the nose dropping 
						to about 10 degrees below the horizon. As the airplane continued through about 225 degrees, 
						at an estimated 15-degrees nose low attitude, it began a turn to the right while still continuing the 
						left roll. As the airplane reached a southerly heading, away from the beach, it passed through 
						about 315 degrees of the left roll (right wing still 45-degrees down. ) The roll suddenly reversed, the 
						wings briefly went vertical (left wing up, right wing down), and the nose dropped, indicative of a stall. 
						As the airplane continued rolling to the right, it appeared to go slightly inverted. It then descended 
						he water about 90-degrees nose low, with the top of the airplane facing the beach. The right wingtip 
						e first part of the airplane to strike the water, and as it did, the angle of the wings in relation to 
						rizon was about 45 degrees.
					112331 (MSN 121-43187)
					112332 (MSN 121-43188) to an Maritime Self Defense Force as 6170. Ground instructional 
						airframe as 3MSS-08 with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, Chiba Prefecture
					112333 (MSN 121-43189)
					112334 (MSN 121-43190)
					112335 (MSN 121-43191) Registered as N7966C; cancelled 30Dec70. San Tan Dusters, Chandler, AZ 1963/70.
					112336 (MSN 121-43192) Registered as N7976A; current [Oct19]. Accident landing at Oshkosh, WI 24Jul19. 
						The pilot reported that he was returning to the airfield as part of an eleven-ship formation. 
						He landed the airplane on the left side of the runway and kept the tail up during the landing 
						rollout to allow for spacing with other aircraft in formation. When he began to lower the tail 
						to the runway, wind hit the left side of the airplane and lifted the left wing. Despite the pilot's 
						control inputs the airplane crossed to the right side of the runway and continued into the grass, 
						coming to a stop facing south. The left wingtip, aileron, and outboard aileron hinge struck the 
						ground during the excursion, substantially damaging the airplane
					112337 (MSN 121-43193)
					112338 (MSN 121-43194)
					112339 (MSN 121-43195)
					112340 (MSN 121-43196) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6171
					112341 (MSN 121-43197)
					112342 (MSN 121-43198)
					112343 (MSN 121-43199)
					112344 (MSN 121-43200)Registered 7Oct59 as N6299C; cancelled 22May65 
					112345 (MSN 121-43201)
					112346 (MSN 121-43202) 
					112347 (MSN 121-43203)
					112348 (MSN 121-43204) Registered Sep59 as N3238G. Iowa Community College, 
						Council Bluffs, IA 1968. Ground instructional airframe for electrical and hydraulic systems. 
						Trucked to Lincoln, NE 1977 for restoration to flying condition. Registration current [Jul20]. 
				112349/112359 (MSN 121-43312/43322) ex USAAF AT-6F 44-82590/82600
					112349 (MSN 121-43312) crashed on Monrovia Peak, CA Sep 23, 1945.
					112350 (MSN 121-43313) Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958. 
						Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, Texas, USA 1988. Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 3Apr89. 
						Registration N8052A assigned 8Jun89; not taken up, cancelled 18May11.
					112351 (MSN 121-43314) Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Damaged while parked in collision 
						by AT-6F #44-81869 taxying at Wright Field 3Jun47. 
					112352 (MSN 121-43315) 
					112353 (MSN 121-43316) 
					112354 (MSN 121-43317) 
					112355 (MSN 121-43318) 
					112356 (MSN 121-43319) 
					112357 (MSN 121-43320) 
					112358 (MSN 121-43321) 
					112359 (MSN 121-43322) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6183. Stored at Oita Airport,
						 Oita Prefecture Nov68. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation 1968. 
						Rebuilt at Oita for the filming of the movie "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1968)
				112360/112403 (MSN 121-43323/43366) were AT-6F 44-82601/82644 that were cancelled.
				112404/112528 (MSN 121-43367/43491) were AT-6F 44-82645/82769 that were cancelled.
112529/114528 		Grumman F8F-1 Bearcat
				cancelled contract
114529/115728 		Vought F4U-4 Corsair
				cancelled contract
115729/116728 		Goodyear FG-4
				cancelled contract
116729/117728 		Grumman F7F-3 Tigercat
				cancelled contract
117729/118928 		General Motors TBM-4 Avenger
				cancelled contract
118929/119528 		Convair TBY-3, -4 
				cancelled contract
119529/119778		Curtiss SC-2 Seahawk
				Curtiss Model 97D.  119539/119778 cancelled
119779-119978 		Convair PBY-6A Catalina
				cancelled contract
119979/120338		Culver TD2C-1
				Culver Aircraft Company Cadet LCA modified as a radio controlled target. USAAF PQ-14A 45-58760/59119 
					transferred for use by the US Navy
				120035 Ordered by USAAF as 45-58816 for use by US Navy. NAS Johnsville, Pennsylvania May49. 
					In October 1949 the radio control equipment was removed and in June 1950 radomes were 
					installed on the wings for tests conducted by a local electronics laboratory. 
					Air Development Squadron 2 (VX-2), NAS Chincoteague, VA October 1950. NAS Norfolk, VA Nov52 
					to be made ready for transfer to the National Air Museum. The Smithsonian took ownership in 
					1961 and it is currently in storage at the Paul E. Garber Restoration and Preservation Facility 
					in Suitland, Maryland.  Also reported to be now at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM
				120082 Ordered by USAAF as 45-58863 for use by US Navy. Naval Air Development Station, Johnsville, PA. 
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, later the National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.  
					On display in the Chevalier Hall at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS Pensacola, FL.
				120260 Ordered by USAAF as 45-59041 for use by US Navy. Ed Maloney / Air Museum, Claremont, CA 1958.
				120261 Ordered by USAAF as 45-59042 for use by US Navy. Ed Maloney / Air Museum, Claremont, CA 1958. 
					Registered 1958 as N2774; cancelled.
				120262 Ordered by USAAF as 45-59043 for use by US Navy. Ed Maloney / Air Museum, Claremont, CA 1958. 
					Registered 1958 as N2775; current [Mar18]. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed 2Feb99 on 
					landing caused by failure of the retracting link.
120339/120341 		North American XFJ-1 
				Not taken up, reassigned as BuNo 39053/39055
120339/120340 		Culver XTD4C-1/XUC-1K 
				Culver Aircraft Company Model V-2 modified as a radio controlled target