120341 North American XFJ-1 Fury Number changed to 39055. 120342/120441 North American FJ-1 Fury 120342/120371 c/n 141-38394/38423. 120372/120441 cancelled 120342 failed to pull out from dive near NAS Patuxent River, MD. 11/20/1947. Pilot killed. 120343 flamed out and crashed SE of San Rafael, CA 3/14/1951. Pilot killed. 120345 caught fire and crashed NAS Patuxent River, MD 6/25/1948. Pilot killed. 120347 SOC Jan 5, 1954. 120348 (VF-51) force-landed after takeoff from NAS San Diego 3/10/1949. 120349 (VF-51) landing gear collapsed on landing at NAS San Diego 5/12/1949. Formerly at New England Air Museum Bradley Windsor Locks Conncecticut. Acquired on unknown date By Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California. Sitting in the boneyard in storage waiting restoration. In 2012 was on display there. 120350 (VF-51) hit barrier Tarawa 9/27/1948. 120351 (c/n 141-38403) on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. 120352 (VF-881) undershot landing at NAS Olathe, KA 3/30/1952. 120354 (VF-778) wing failed on dive pullout Balwin Park, CA 10/22/1950. Pilot killed. 120355 (VF-51) force landed Lost Hills, CA 3/2/1949. 120357 (VF-778) stalled on waveoff Los Alamitos NAS 5/9/1951. 120359 (VF-5A) ditched off Princeton 5/26/1948. 120360 swerved off runway during landing Los Alamitos NAS, CA 4/16/1950. 120361 (VF-51) missing during air-to-air gunnery near Coronados island, CA 5/25/1949. 120367 (VF-5A) in hard landing on Princeton 5/3/1948. 120368 fire in midair force landed near Muni Airport, Oakland, CA 1/28/1950. 120370 (VF-51) flamed out and ditched 8 miles from Ream Field 12/7/1948. 120371 (VF-5A) structural failure 2 miles west of La Jolla, CA 8/10/1948. Pilot bailed out. 120442/120474 Convair OY-1 120442/120446 were formerely 04021/04025 120454 (c/n 76-4471) formerly 44-18182. on display at MCAS Quantico, VA 120455 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing) crashed on takeoff at Chechon, South Korea May 21, 1951. Crew of 2 injured and survived, aircraft destroyed. 120456 crashed at NAS China Lake, California Oct 21, 1947, SOC Oct 31, 1947. 120463 (VMO-6) lost in Korea Dec 11, 1950. 120469 was formerly USAF 45-35012. To Virginia CAP until 1972. Now flying with Chersky's Flying Circus at Santa Maria, CA. To N2584B. Restored, Active . Won EAA Award at Oshkosh 2012. 120470 (Marine Observation Squadron VMO-6 1st Marine Air Wing (K-3)) lost in accident due to unknown cause in South Korea Nov 1, 1950 120475/121414 Convair PBY-6A Cancelled contract. These numbers also listed to a cancelled contract for Curtiss SB2C-5 Helldiver. 121415/121438 Convair OY-1 cancelled contract 121439/121440 Cancelled contract 121441 Messerschmitt Me 262B-1A Captured Luftwaffe aircraft c/n 110639. Now on display at NAS Willow Grove, PA 121442 Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a/U3 Captured Luftwaffe aircraft. Now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH. 121443 Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a/U3 Captured Luftwaffe aircraft. W/o at NAS Patuxent River, MD Nov 7, 1945 during its first test flight. 121444 Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a Captured Luftwaffe aircraft. to A&T Division, Flight Test Division, NAS Patuxent River, MD. Dec 1945. Transferred to Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren Junction Oct 11, 1946. Displayed at NAS Anacostia, then scrapped. 121445/121446 Arado AR-234B Captured Luftwaffe aircraft 121445 to Flight Test Division at NAS Patuxent River, MD but not flown due to lack of spares. SOC Jan 31, 1946 and scrapped. 121446 to Flight Test Division at NAS Patuxent River, MD but not flown due to lack of spares. SOC Jan 31, 1946 and scrapped. 121447 Dornier DO-335A-02 Captured Luftwaffe aircraft (c/n 240102 VG+PH). To Tactical Test Division at NAS Patuxent River, MD from Dec 1945 to Mar 31, 1947, then stored at NAS Norfolk until 1961. To Smithsonian, sent Oct 10, 1974 to makers for refurbishment and then displayed in Deutsches Museum, Munich. Since returned to Smithsonian. 121448 Messerschmitt ME-262B-1a Captured Luftwaffe aircraft (c/n 110639). To Armament Test Devision at NAS Patuxent River, MD Dec 1945. To NART Willow Grove Dec 1946. To National Museum of Naval Aviation at Pensacola, Florida Sept 2010. 121449/121450 North American XSN2J-1 c/n 142-38427/38428 121451/121454 Martin P4M-1 Mercator 121451 converted to P4M-1Q. Transferred from VQ-1 May 17, 1954 to NAS Norfolk and SOC Oct 12, 1956. 121452 flew into Atlantic Ocean off Florida Mar 8, 1951 during performance runs. 4 killed. 121453 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 11/13/1956 and scrapped at NAS Litchfield 121454 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 11/13/1956 and scrapped at NAS Litchfield 121455/121456 Convair XP5Y-1 121455 flew initial flight test Apr 18, 1950, world's first turboprop flying boat. w/o Jul 15, 1953 when it crashed 6 mi off Point Loma, CA, ending the P5Y program. All 11 onboard bailed out. 121456 never flew because of unsolved engine reliability problems. Scrapped 1957. 121457/121459 Douglas XF3D-1 Skyknight c/n 6670/6672 121457 first flight Mar 23, 1948. 121460/121462 North American XAJ-1 Savage c/n 146-38429/38431 121460 retired Mar 1957 121461 lost tail section during rudder sideslip tests Feb 1949 and crashed near Los Angeles, CA. 2 crew killed. 121462 crashed at Edwards AFB after wing failure. 2 crew survived. 121463/121522 Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat Model G-58 121463 (VF-72) spun on landing on base leg Midway CVB-41 8/15/1950 in Mediterranean. Pilot OK 121469 (VF-33) crashed into barrier and gun mount on landing Leyte CV-32 1/19/1949. Pilot OK. Recent correspodence on Air-Britain says that this plane went to the French AF and was delivered by air 1955/56 from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF 121470 (VF-173) wave off landing from NAAS Charlestown, RI and stalled 11/30/1948. Pilot injured. 121473 to French AF. Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF 121481 (VF-62) in midair with F4U-4 NAAS Oceana, VA. Pilot killed. F4U-4 landed OK. 121489 (VF-32) flew into beach near NAS Jacksonville while on instruments 5/26/1949. Pilot killed. 121492 SOC USN Oct 1951 and believed to Royal Thai AF 121493 (VF-31) hard landing on Kearsarge CV-33 11/20/1948. Pilot OK. 121500 to French AF. Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF 121502 (VF-32) hard landing Kearsarge CV-33 11/20/1948. Pilot OK. 121504 (VF-153) tail broke off on landing Princeton CV-37 11/28/1948. Pilot injured. 121506 (VF-31) fire in air, pilot bailed out over Narragansett Bay, RI 2/03/1949. Pilot injured. 121510 (c/n D.854) to South Vietnamese AF. Reported 1972 at Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam. 121514 to French AF. Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF 121515 (VF-31) in hard landing Kearsarge CV-33 and hit barrier 11/10/1948. Pilot OK. 121519 SOC USN Oct 1951 and believed to Royal Thai AF as Kh15-8/94 121520 (VF-33) ditched after takeoff from Kearsarge CV-33 2/27/1949. Pilot injured. 121521 to French AF. Delivered from Vietnam to Royal Thai AF 121523/121548 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121523 (VF-91 in hard landing Philippine Sea CV-47 1/31/1950. Pilot OK 121527 (VF-74) in hard landing on Leyte CV-32 2/2/1950. Pilot OK. 121528 (c/n D.902) became N9886C, then N212KA. Crashed on landing at Lost Nations AP, Ohio Dec 13, 1968, killing the pilot. 121529 (VF-91) went overside Kearsarge CV-33 6/28/1949 during landing practice. Pilot OK. 121534 stalled in tight turning near Coyote Mtns, CA 09/29/1950. Pilot killed. 121536 (VF-192) hit USAF AT-6 during glide bomb run 7/18/1950 near NAS Alameda, CA. Crashed 4 mi N of Navato, CA, Pilot killed. 121542 (VF-71) ditched after takeoff Leyte CV-32 11/02/1948. Pilot OK 121543 (VF-72) spun in on landing Leyte CV-32 8/19/1948. Pilot killed. 121544 (VF-93) spun in on landing Leyte CV-32 and stalled 2/25/1949. Pilot killed. 121547 (VF-61) hook pulled out on landing Midway VB-41 and hit barrier 10/14/1948. Pilot OK 121549/121550 Grumman F8F-2N Bearcat Model G-58 121550 force landed off NAS Quonset Point, RI 7/5/1949. Pilot injured. 121551/121574 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121552 (VF-32) stalled on landing at Otis AFB, MA 5/31/1949. Pilot killed. 121559 (VMF-233) NAAS Oceana, VA in forced landing after takeoff. Pilot OK. 121560 (VF-861) engine failure during gunnery 9/5/1951. Pilot bailed out OK. 121561 (VF-71) ditched with gear down off Leyte CV-32 9/15/1948. Pilot injured. 121563 (VMF-233) engine failure during rocket fire practice South Mills, NC 7/30/1951. Pilot bailed out at low altitude and was killed. 121567 (VF-61) engine quit during catapult shot Midway CVB-41, crashed and sank 11/22/1948. Pilot Killed. 121568 (VF-72) stalled on landing Leyte CV-32 8/20/1948. Pilot killed. 121574 (VF-61) swerved off runway NAAS Oceana, VA during takeoff due to too much engine torque. Pilot OK 121575/121579 Grumman F8F-2N Bearcat Model G-58 121580/121585 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121584 (VC-62) hit barrier in landing on Franklin D. Roosevelt CVB-42 7/28/1949. Pilot injured. 121586/121600 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121589 (c/n D.963) became N5171V, then N5555H. Hit trees in bad weather and crashed in mountains near Scott, NY Apr 18, 1967. Pilot killed 121595 (VF-74) forced-landed in woods near NAS Jacksonville, FL 6/12/1950. Pilot OK 121601/121605 Grumman F8F-2N Bearcat Model G-58 121603 (VX-3) ditched off Beach Haven, NJ 4/25/1949. Pilot OK. 121606/121611 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121608 (c/n D.982) became N7700C. Crashed at North Kingston, RI Jun 5, 1971, killing the pilot. 121612/121631 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121612 (VF-62) ditched 14 mi from Guantanamo Bay off Midway CVB-41 10/29/1948. Pilot OK 121614 (c/n D.988) wfu 1952 and to storage at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ. Sold 1958. Became N7957C. Badly damaged in forced landing May 1974 and stored until rebuilding commenced 1992. Registered NX747NF Feb 24, 2009, first flew after rebuilt Apr 16, 2009, painted in Thai AF colors. 121620 (VF-711) overshot landing at NAS New Orleans, LA. Pilot OK. Date? 121622 (VF-193) stalled on landing at NAAF Fentress Field, VA. Pilot OK. Date?? 121624 (VF-63) in deck crash on Coral Sea CVB-43 9/22/1948. Pilot injured. 121626 (V-862) wheels-up landing and fire NAS Norfolk, VA 9/15/1951. Pilot OK. 121627 (VF-61) in wheels-up landing and fire at NAS New Orleans, LA 5/22/1950. Pilot OK. 121629 force landed on test flight 3/16/1948 due to loss of oil pressure. Pilot injured. 121632/121637 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121632 (VF-71) crashed into water while landing Leyte CV-32 11/19/1948. Pilot killed. 121638/121657 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121639 (VF-63) in wheels-up landing NAAS Oceana, VA 6/13/1949. Pilot OK. 121644 (VF-63) undershot landing NAAS Oceana, VA, pilot injured. Date?? 121645 (VF-61) wheels up landing at NAS Norfolk, VA 12/29/1948. Pilot OK. 121646 (c/n D.1020) became N7699C. Acquired by Darryl Greenameyer and reregistered N1111L and used Aug 1969 to set new speed record for propeller-driven aircraft of 483.041 mph. Traded to NASM in 1976 in exchange for 90446 and stored at Silver Hill, MD. Now on display at Udvar-Hazy center of NASM, Chantilly, Virginia 121650 (VM-31) crashed on takeoff at Biggs AFB, TX Mar 27, 1950 121651 (VF-65) ditched near Guantanamo Bay 10/26/1948. Pilot OK. 121653 (VF-62) in wave off landing Midway and went overside 10/26/1948. Pilot injured. 121656 flew into mountain in bad weather 02/21/1952 near Gadeden, AL. Pilot killed. 121656 (VF-63) also ditched on approach to Midway 10/14/1948. Pilot OK. 121657 made full stall landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI and hit parked F8F-2 121667 8/10/1948. Pilot OK. 121658/121663 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121659 ground-looped in landing in crosswind NAS Glenview, IL. 9/19/1951. Pilot OK. 121661 (VC-21) crashed while under hood in tight turn near NAAS Miramar, CA 4/5/1950. Pilot killed. I have this also have gone into a low altitude spin after takeoff NAAS Miramar, CA 4/5/1950. 121663 (VC-62) spun in near NAS Oceana, VA 6/3/1950 during photography training. Pilot killed. 121664/121683 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121668 (VF-92) flew into water during landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI 1/21/1950. Pilot OK. 121670 (AES-12) wing failed in dive during training MCAS Quantico, VA. 10/26/1951. Pilot killed. 121672 (VF-63) ditched after takeoff from Franklin D. Roosevelt CVB-42 3/1/1949. Pilot OK. 121673 (VF-61) spun in on landing on Franklin D. Roosevelt CVB-42 2/14/1949. Pilot injured. 121677 (VF-61) wingtip came off during glide bomb run 2/25/1949. Pilot killed. 121678 (VF-718) force landed NAS Denver, CO 5/07/1951. Pilot killed. There is a photo of this plane dated Mar 1959, so it must have been repaired. 121679 (c/n D.1053) became N4992V, then N818F 121684/121689 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121686 (VC-62) flew into trees Surry, Va 5/29/1950. Pilot killed. 121689 (VC-62) ground-looped in landing NAS Norfolk, VA 5/4/1949. Pilot OK 121690/121708 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121690 (VF-713) forcelanded near Tulorosa, NM Nov 12, 1950. 121694 (VF-718) flew into ground during bad weather near NAS Denver, CO 3/17/1951. Pilot killed. 121698 (F8F-2D) wheels-up landing at NAS Inyokern, CA 4/18/1952. Pilot OK 121699 (c/n D.1073) became N7826C. Crashed at Amarillo AFB, TX Aug 13, 1966 121705 (VF-113) ditched during gunnery tow off NAS San Diego, CA. Date? 121707 (VC-50) wheels up landing at NAAS Ream Field 4/19/1949. Pilot OK. Became N1027B. Rebuilt in 1992 with parts from 122708/N7701C as Gulfhawk IV N3025. Badly damaged in forced landing at Oshkosh Aug 2, 1993, wreck stored atChino. Reportedly acquired in 2004 by The Fighter Collection, Duxford. Reported in 2008 to be undergoing restoratin at Ezell Aviation, Breckenridge, TX prior to delivery to The Fighter Collection. 121709/121714 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121710 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. 121714 (c/n D.1088) to civil registry as N4995V, then N1YY, then NX700H, then NX700HL. Now with The Fighter Collection at Duxford, UK as G-RUMM. 121715/121733 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121731 (c/n D.1105) became N1028B, then N500B, then N5005. Crashed during US Cup Race at San Diego, CA Jul 18, 1971, killing the pilot. 121734/121739 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121737 (VC-62) ditched along side of Coral Sea CVB-43 7/01/1951. Pilot OK. 121740/121757 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121744 (VF-862) undershot landing at NAAS Fentres Field 3/18/1951. Pilot OK 121748 (c/n D.1122) to disposal Jan 1, 1957. To US civil registry as N1029B, then N618F, then N200N. To French registry as F-AZRJ. Later on US civil registry as N224RD, but reregistered N1DF Jul 31, 2008 121751 (c/n D.1125) registered N9885C. Flew as a race plane for many years. Crashed at Commerce, GA Jun 18, 1980, killing the pilot. 121752 (c/n D.1126) to civil registry as N7827C, then N2YY, then N800H 121757 (VMF-236) force landed after takeoff from NAS Denver, CO 7/28/1951. Pilot OK 121758/121763 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121758 (VC-62) ditched off Midway CVB-41 11/12/1951. Pilot OK. 121761 on civil registry as N68RW 121764/121769 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121764 (VMFT-10) suffered midair fire 02/19/1952 near NAAS El Centro, CA. Pilot bailed out and was Injured. 121767 (VF-712) stalled during landing NAS Denver, CO 5/20/1950. Pilot killed. 121769 (VF-74) in hard landing on Leyte CV-32 3/1/1950. Pilot OK. 121770/121775 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121775 (VF-32) force landed 10 mi SW of Colinga, CA and exploded 9/19/1950. Pilot killed. 121776/121784 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat Model G-58 121776 (c/n D.1162) to civil registry as N1030B, used as wind machine by Kaman Aircraft Corp. Then stored at USMC Museum, Quantico, VA. Rebuilt and now airworthy with Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX as N68RW. Owned by Robert Waltrip. Reported to be up for sale. 121779 (VF-61) flew into water off NAAS Oceana 11/28/1949. Pilot killed. 121784 (VF-74) in hard landing on Boxer CV-21 2/19/1950 and hit barrier. Pilot OK. 121785/121790 Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat Model G-58 121787 (c/n D.1181) became N6821D then N148F. Crashed at Mojave Oct 20, 1973. 121791/121792 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat 121793/122066 Vought F4U-5 Corsair 121832/121833, 121852/121853, 12872/121874 128891/121893, 121912/121915, 121932,121935, 121952/121955, 121973/121976, 121995/121998 122015/122018, 122037/122040, 122058/122061 were F4U-5N. 121956/121957, 121977/121978, 121999/122002, 122019/122022, 122045/122048, 122062/122065, were F4U-5P. 121795(VMF-212) in accident on airfield at P'ohang, Korea Aug 26, 1951. 121823(c/n 9873, VMF-212) crashlanded at Kangnung, Korea Apr 22, 1951. I have a record of this being delivered to Argentine Navy as 0434 and displayed there on a pole. Later to Lone Star Flight Museum and restrored to airworthy status as N43RW. 121832 (VMF-513) lost in Korea Oct 17, 1950 121834 (VMF-212) lost control during missed approach at K-3 in Korea and hit T-7 Jul 19, 1951. 121852 (VC-3) crashed at night near Soho-Ri Korea May 24, 1953. 121856 (VMF-212) hit by AAA over Korea Jun 20, 1951, pilot bailed out. 121881 presumably went at one stage to the Argentinian armed forces, as it was retrieved 'from the top of a display pylon' in Argentina when it returned to the USA to become N43RW with Texas Aviation Hall of Fame. This plane is now believed to be 121823, but 121823 is also listed as crashing in Korea. 121892 (VMF-513) crashed at Yonpo Airfield, Korea Dec 10, 1950. 121911 (VMF-212) hit by AAA over Korea and forced down in enemy area Mar 21, 1951. 121912 (VC-3) ditched off USS Boxer, Korea Jul 13, 1953. 121928 to Argentine Navy in 1958 as 0384. On display at Museo de Aviacion Naval, Bahia Blanca NAS 121931 (VMF-212) shot down near Imjin River, Korea Apr 2, 1951. 121945 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA over Korea Sept 5, 1951, pilot bailed out and was rescued. 121966 (VMF-212) crashed on takeoff at Pohang, Korea Mar 26, 1951. 121976 downed off USS Princeton S of Yongpo Airfield, Hungnam, North Korea Sept 9, 1952. 121977 (VF-50) shot down by small arms fire in Korea, pilot MIA. 121982 (VMF-212) pilot lost control in bad weather Jul 10, 1951. 121983 (VMF-212) hit by AAA and made emergency landing in rice paddy, Korea Apr 30, 1951. 121995 (VMF-212) crashed May 4, 1951, Korea. 121226 (VMF-513) MIA on intruder mission, Korea, Nov 20, 1950. 122004 (VMF-212) crash-landed at K-3, Korea May 17, 1951. 122013 (VF-13) spun in on landing USS Franklin D. Roosevfelt Jun 2, 1953 122017 (VC-3) crashed on takeoff from USS Philippine Sea off Korea Mar 30, 1952. 122018 (VMF-513) crashed on takeoff, Korea, Sept 22, 1950. 122042 (VMF-212) in airfield accident at Pohang, Korea, Aug 26, 1951. 122067/122086 Martin PBM-5A Mariner 122069 to disposal at NAF Oppama Oct 31, 1957 and sold for scrap. 122070 to Netherlands Navy as 16-304 then 103. WFU Mar 1960 122071 accepted by USN in Jul 1948. Guns and turrets removed and assigned to Naval Air Activity Annapolis for training and indoctrination of US Naval Academy midshipmen. Put into storage at Lichtfield Park, AZ and SOC Dec 1956. To civilian market as N3190G, went through several owners where it was used for eveything from a water tanker to a hauler of fresh fish. Acquired by National Air and Space Museum Aug 8, 1972, put on loan to Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona. Restored in the markings of VR-21. 122072 to Netherlands Navy as 16-305. W/o Nov 22, 1957 122075 to Netherlands Navy as 16-300 then 100. WFU Mar 1960 122077 (VR-21) in landing accident and sank near Sasebo, Japan Nov 23, 1950. 122078 to Netherlands Navy as 16-308 then 104. WFU Mar 1960 122079 to Netherlands Navy as 16-313 then 108. WFU Mar 1960 122080 Jan 15, 1954 started to operate a limited military inter-atoll amphibious airlift service between Eniwetok and Bikini Atolls in conjunction with Operation Castle for the forthcoming Atomic Energy and Joint Services Nuclear tests. 122081 to Netherlands Navy as 16-301 then 101. WFU Mar 1960 122082 to Netherlands Navy as 16-315. Cannibalized for spars 122084 to Netherlands Navy as 16-306. W/o Jun 10, 1959 122085 to Netherlands Navy as 16-302 then 102. W/o Dec 17, 1959 122086 to Netherlands Navy as 16-316 then 110. WFU Mar 1960 122087/122152 Grumman F8F-1B Bearcat 122095 (c/n D.779) SOC USN Oct 1951. Later to Thai AF as KH15-43/93 Subsequently placed on display in Bangkok and by 1987 had been acquired by the Salis collection at La Ferte Alais, France. Later on civil registry as G-BUCF Feb 18, 1992 and later as N2209 Nov 12, 1992. Reported 2005 at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA. 122098 to French AF. Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF 122099 (VF-3A) spun in during landing Kearsarge CV-33. Pilot killed. 122103 to French AF. Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF 122104 (VF-62) overside landing Leyte CV-32 3/8/1950. Pilot OK. 122105 (VF-131) hit barrier on Princeton CV-37 12/14/1948. Pilot OK 122112 (VF-131) crashed on deck of Princeton CV-37 10/02/1948. 122117 (VF-14A) hit barrier on landing Valley Forge CV-45 7/12/1948. Pilot OK 122118 (VF-38A) taxiied off side of Kearsarge CV-388 6/21/1948. Pilot OK. 122119 (VF-12) hook pulled while landing on Philippine Sea 2/24/1950 and hit barrier. Pilot OK. 122120 (c/n D.804) SOC USN Oct 1952, to Royal Thai AF as KH15-72/95. acquired by the Foundation for the Preservation and Development of Thai Aircraft Dec 1994, and shipped to Grumman in USA for restoration. Returned to Thailand May 2003 and currently (Aug 2003) at Utapao awaiting painting and first flight 122121 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948. Pilot OK. 122127 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948. Pilot OK. 122132 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948. Pilot OK. 122135 SOC USN Oct 1951, to Royal Thai AF as KH15-18/94 122136 (VF-132) lost on return from gunnery off Leyte CV-32 and ditched 12/01/1948. Pilot killed. 122138 (VF-14A) late pull out on strafing attack on towed spar off Boxer CV-21 2/4/1948. Pilot killed. 122142 (VF-32) collided with obstacle 7/1/1948. 122152 to French AF. Delivered from Vietnam 1955/56 to Royal Thai AF 122153/122166 Vought F4U-5 Corsair 122159 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA, Korea Jul 23, 1951. Pilot rescued. 122167/122206 Vought F4U-5P Corsair 122169 (off USS Leyte) hit by AAA over Korea and crash-landed. Pilot rescued by AF helicopter, but helicopter shot down. 122170 (VC-30) ditched off USS Leyte Oct 7, 1950. 122179 to Honduras AF as FAH-604 Mar 1956. To Houston, TX Dec 1978 and registered as N4903M. Damaged in forced landing near Houston, TX in 1984. Wreckage parts used in rebuild of 123168/N179PT. ID transferred to N179PT. Other parts used to rebuild 124692/N45NL. 122184 to civil regisry as N3764A. To Honduras AF as FAH-605. Sold in 1979. to Civil registry as N4901E, N49051, N65HP. Now on civil registry as N65WF. Owner in 1990 was EXEC Aviation of Cincinnati, OH 122189 at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar CA. Was reported under restoration at MCAS El Toro, CA. Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, MCAS El Toro, CA 122196 (VMF-212) hit by AA and make wheels-up landing Jun 10, 1951. 122198 ditched off Maui, Hawaii Sept 15, 1950. 122201 (VMF-212) crashlanded at Pusan May 6, 1951. 122207/122209 Martin P4M-1 Mercator 122207 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 4/15/1960 and scrapped at NAS Rota 122208 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 11/56 and scrapped at NAS Norfolk 122209 converted to P4M-1Q. Badly damaged by North Korean fighters off Wonsan, Korea 6/16/1959. Scrapped for spares 122210/122365 Douglas AD-2 Skyraider c/n 6673/6828 122213 (VA-702, USS Boxer) hit by AAA over Korea and crashed Jun 21, 1951 122216 (VMA-121) suffered engine failure and ditched Nov 16, 1952 122219 (VMA-121) disappered Aug 29, 1952. Explosion seen which may have been this aircraft. 122222 (VMA-121) crashlanded at K-6 in Korea Jul 7, 1952. 122226 used to demonstarte improved engine cooling system developed for AD-3. Later installed with radome for flight testing the AEW version. In midair collision in Korea Apr 25, 1951 while with VA-65. Landed OK but SOC. 122248 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, Oct 15, 1952. 122256 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, Nov 19, 1951. 122258 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea Jan 29, 1952. 122264 (VMA-121) crashed into Korean rice paddy after engine failure Oct 23, 1952. 122265 (VMA-121) in wheels-up landing on Korean road after engine failure May 13, 1952. 122269 (VF-194) hit by AAA over Korea and ditched S of Hungnam Feb 3, 1952. 122273 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, Sept 30, 1952. 122276 (VMA-121) missing after bomb run, Korea, Dec 2, 1951. 122277 (VF-194) hit by own bomb blast Pachunjang area, Korea 12/18/1951. Ditched in Wonson Harbor. Pilot killed. 122278 (VMA-121) hit by small arms fire, Korea, and made emergency landing Aug 17, 1952. 122288 (VMA-121) pilot bailed out after engine failure, Korea, May 25, 1952. 122294 (VMA-121) in takeoff accident at K-6 in Korea, crashed and burned May 20, 1952. 122298 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, May 6, 1952. 122303 (VA-702) spun in on landing Boxer CV-21 5/11/1951 off Korea. Pilot OK with minor injuries. 122306 (VC-33) spun in on takeoff NAS Atlantic City, NJ 11/30/1951. Pilot killed. 122307 (VA-65) hit by AAA in Korea 4/16/1951. Pilot killed when chute caught on tail surface on bailout. 122311 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea Jun 27, 1953. 122313 (VF-54) hit by AAA in Korea and ditched 12/09/1951. Pilot OK. 122315 (VA-728) hit by AAA in Korea and ditched at sea Jan 21, 1952. 122324 (VMA-121) ditched after engine fire May 7, 1952. 122325 (VF-54) hit by AAA in Korea and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Dec 9, 1951. 122326 (VF-54) ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea, after prop failure Jan 30, 1952. 122327 (VF-194) hit by AAA, Korea, and ditched at sea Feb 4, 1952. 122328 (VMA-121) ditched at sea Feb 18, 1953. 122337 (VMA-121) ditched in Hwachon Reservoir, Korea after being hit by AAA Oct 27, 1951 122339 (VF-54) crashed after takeoff from USS Essex, Korea, Jan 11, 1952. 122340 (VMA-121) pilot bailed out after losing oil pressure Aug 20, 1952. 122341 (VMA-121) ditched at sea due to oil leak and loss of pressure Aug 20, 1952. 122342 (VF-51) hit by AAA in Korea and ditched 12/09/1951. Pilot OK. 122343 (VMA-121) hit by AAA in Korea and pilot bailed out Jun 6, 1952. 122344 (VMA-121) caught fire, unsuccessful bailout at low altitude Nov 18, 1951. 122346 (VA-923) hit by AAA, S of Wonsan, Korea and pilot bailed out Nov 4, 1951. 122347 (VMA-121) encountered engine trouble and pilot bailed out near Sinch'on, Korea May 23, 1952. 122362 (VMA-121) hit by small arms fire and made forced landing in Korean field Jul 21, 1952. 122366/122372 Douglas AD-2Q Skyraider c/n 6829/6835. Two-seat ECM version 122373 Douglas AD-2QU Skyraider c/n 6836. Target towing version, carried a Mark 22 aerial target. 122374/122387 Douglas AD-2Q Skyraider c/n 6837/6850. Two-seat ECM version. 122380 (VA-65) hit barrier on landing Valley Forge CV-45 1/03/1951. Pilot OK. 122386 (VMC-1) 122388/122393 Martin AM-1Q Mauler 122394/122437 Martin AM-1 Mauler 122394 (VA-45) ditched in river off Lee Fld NAAS, FL 5/24/1949. 122397 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. 122401 reported 2008 to be with Commemorative Air Force at Midland, TX, but going to be moved to another museum (to be chosen by its owner, the National Museum of Naval Aviation). May 2009 issue of Aircraft Illustrated said that aircraft is to go to Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum, Middle River, MD 122403 in storage at Planes of Fame, Chino, California as of Oct 2013. 122408 went into inverted spin 7/16/1950 near Toledo, OH. Pilot bailed out. 122411 leveled off high during landing at Grosse Isle NAS, MI 10/21/1950. 122432 flew into Buzzard Glory Mountain, PA 8/22/1950. Pilot killed. 122438/122464 Lockheed P2V-2 Neptune 122449 modified as P2V-2C carrier-based nuclear bomber. 122443 (VP-10) w/o Jan 5, 1952 in landing accident at Burtonweek, UK. Undershot during hot landing and collided with USAF C-47. 122453 (VP-741) w/o 6/14/51 in landing accident at Flemings Island, FL. Inflight fire caused forced landing. 122454 (VP-3) w/o Jun 1, 1950 at NAS Quonset Point during emergency landing. 122460 (VP-3) in midair collision diring takeoff from NAS Coco Solo, Panama Nov 18, 1948. 122462 participated as an instrumented data collector for the 28 April 1958 "Yucca" nuclear test shot, one of the "Hardtack" series. 122465/122466 Lockheed P2V-2N Neptune The P2Vs were built for Highjump II which was to follow Operation Windmill, but Highjump II was cancelled due to the Korean War. The P2V-2Ns were modified for polar work including skis and were to be used for photography and scientific work 122465 Assigned to VX-6, McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Named Boopsie. was first aircraft to land on ice (but ski-equipped) at Little America in Antarctica Dec 20, 1955. Crashed during landing at McMurdo, Antarctica on Oct 18, 1956 in support of Operation Deep Freeze II. Departed Christchurch NZ to McMurdo along with other long range aircraft of VX-6. After passing the PSR (point of safe return) a severe storm enveloped the McMurdo area. Since they had insufficient fuel to return to Christchurch they were committed to flying into the storm and landing at McMurdo. The pilot made a ground controlled approach from 12,000 feet to 300 feet and then elected to make a visual landing. With the landing gear down the plane began to turn right, the nose of the plane fell, and the Neptune struck the snow on the nose and right wing. The Neptune was completely demolished. Four killed, 4 injured. 122466 Assigned to VX-6, McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Named Amen!. 122466 which had already returned to NAS Patuxent River, MD, was ordered back to Antarctica for the search. En-route both engines failed and it crashed in a remote jungle swamp Oct 18, 1956 in Venezuela. All 8 crewmembers were rescued, and the Neptune was written off. 122467 Lockheed P2V-2 Neptune 122447/122451 Bell F2L-1 contract cancelled. Serials reassigned to P2V-2 Neptune batch 122452/122461 Bell HTL-1 Appears to have been a cancelled contract for ten YR-13 Model 47A transferred from US Army. Serials of them were 46-236,237,242,243,244,249,250,251,253,254. 122460 and 122461 were transferred to the USCG as 460 and 461 but this leaves 8, yet only six appeared to have been renumbered. These six helicopters were reassigned BuNos 122453/122458. However these serial numbers were reassigned to P2V Neptune batch and the helicopters were reserialed in the 122952/122961 range. 122468/122471 Martin PBM-5A Mariner 122470 to Netherlands Navy as 16-312. W/o Aug 12, 1957 122471 15 Jan. 1954 started to operate a limited military inter-atoll amphibious airlift service between Eniwetok and Bikini Atolls in conjunction with Operation Castle for the forthcoming Atomic Energy and Joint Services Nuclear tests. 122472/122474 Vought XF7U-1 Cutlass 122474 suffered engine explosion during flight exhibition at NAS Patuxent River, MD Jul 7, 1950. Vought test pilot Paul Thayer ejected safely, but suffered fracture to small bone at base of spine. Aircraft impacted on island in Patuxent River. 122475 Grumman XF9F-2 Panther Model G-79. First flight Nov 21, 1947. Prototype with Rolls-Royce Nene engine 122476 Grumman XF9F-3 Panther Model G-79. Second Panther airframe modified as prototype for F9F-3 First flight Aug 16, 1948. Protoype with Allison J33-A-8 engine 122477 Grumman XF9F-2 Panther Model G-79. Prototype with Rolls-Royce Nene engine. First flight Nov 26, 1947. Tail torn off in arrested landing at NAS Patuxent River, MD 10/28/1948. 122478/122507 Vought F6U-1 Pirate 122478 bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at NAS Dallas, Texas for testing May 31, 1950. SOC at NAS Dallas, Texas Dec 14, 1950 122479 bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at NAS Dallas, Texas for testing May 1950. SOC at NAS Dallas Dec 14, 1950. Used for damage trials by Bureau of Ordinance. Saved by Connecticut Historical Aviation Museum from the destored. Restoredy by Vought Corporation retirees at Hensley Field, Texas. In 2012 was on ramp behind Naval Aviation Museum at NAS Pensacola, Florida. 122480 bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at NAS Dallas for testing May 1950. SOC at NAS Dallas, texas Dec 14, 1950. 122481 to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for electronics testing. Stricken from inventory Dec 1950. 122482 to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for testing May 1950. Stricken from inventory Dec 1950. 122483 bailed to Ames Aeronautical Institute at NAS Moffett Field, California for armament testing Jul 23, 1950. Modified as F6U-1P. Stricken from inventory at NAS Moffett FIeld Apr 24, 1951. 122484 to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for testing May 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951. 122485 to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for testing May 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122486 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951. 122487 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122488 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122489 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island May 17, 1951 122490 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Mar 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island May 2, 1951 122491 bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at NAS Dallas, Texas for tests Feb 1950. Bailed to Ames Aeronautical Institute at NAS Moffett Field, California for tests Aug 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122492 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122493 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122494 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122495 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122496 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122497 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122498 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122499 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Jan 1950. Bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at Philadelphis, Pennsylvania Jan 1951. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122500 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. Bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at Philadelphis, Pennsylvania Jan 1951. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122501 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. Bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at Philadelphis, Pennsylvania Jan 1951. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 12, 1951 122502 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122503 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122504 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 12, 1951 122505 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. Bailed to Bureau of Aeronautics at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Jan 1951. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 16, 1951 122506 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 12, 1951 122507 to VX-36 at NAS Atlantic City, New Jersey Feb 1950. SOC at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island Jan 12, 1951 122508/122529 Sikorsky HO3S-1 122508 (HU-1) crashed in water off Paengnyong-Do Island, Korea Sep 4, 1952 122509 (c/n 5144) to civil registry as N4144A, CF-JNZ, N5559A 122510 w/o Sep 20, 1950. 122512 (c/n 5150) to civil registry as N391T 122513 (HU-1) crashed in enemy territory Korea Feb 8, 1952. Pilot POW. 122514 (VMO-6) destroyed during rescue attempt Sept 21, 1950, Yangjae-ri, Korea. 122515 (c/n 5154) to salvage Jan 6, 1956 122516 w/o Aug 4, 1950. 122517 (VMO-6) shot down by AAA during rescue attempt Apr 13, 1951, Korea 122518 (VMO-6) in takeoff accident Mar 12, 1951. 122519 (HU-1 Det 3) engine failure off USS Philippine Sea and ditched at sea Sept 11, 1950. 122521 (VMO-6) in takeoff accident near Chik-Tong, Korea Jan 23, 1952. 122522 (c/n 5165) to civil registry as N5555A 122523 to salvage Jun 30, 1957 122526 (c/n 5181) to civil registry as N5554A 122528 (MAMS-12) lost control during hovering and crashed near K-6, Korea Jun 15, 1952. 122529 (c/n 5124) to salvage Dec 14, 1955. 122530/122559 McDonnell F2H-1 Banshee c/n 1/30 122560/122562 Grumman F9F-3 Panther According to some sources, 122560 to 122589 were all built as F9F-3, but the F9F-3s might have been redesignated F9F-2 after they were reengined and made identical to the F9F-2 122560 to NACA for tests. SOC Jan 14, 1958 at Langley AFB, Virginia 122561 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Aug 1, 1957 122562 fitted with electro-hydraulically driven Emerson Aero X17A roll-transverse turret housing four 0.50-in machine guns. SOC Jun 7, 1956 at NAS Norfolk, Virginia. 122563 Grumman F9F-2 Panther 122563 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL 122564/122566 Grumman F9F-3 Panther 122564 crashed Jul 31, 1953 after takeoff from MCAS El Toro, California 122565 w/o Jan 20, 1956 at NAATC, NAS Kingsville, Texas 122566 skidded and overshot landing at NAS Patuxent River, MD 4/12/1950. 122567 Grumman F9F-2 Panther To NATC at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 122568 Grumman F9F-3 Panther To VF-123 in 1955. W/o Sep 1, 1955 122569 Grumman F9F-2 Panther To NATC at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 122570 Grumman F9F-2 Panther 122571 Grumman F9F-3 Panther Made emergency landing on short dirt strip Greenfield, OH 5/29/1949. SOC Oct 12, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 122572 Grumman F9F-2 Panther To NATC at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 122573/122585 Grumman F9F-3 Panther 122573 (VF-51) wheels up landing in sand near NAS San Diego, CA 5/18/1949. SOC Dec 4, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christie, Texas 122574 (VF-51) hit by AAA in combat mission 9/19/1950 off USS Valley Forge and ditched. 122575 (VF-51) ditched on takeoff from USS Valley Forge CV-45 7/18/1950. 122576 converted to F9F-2KD drone controller. GMGRU-2 1958. SOC May 31, 1958 at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia. 122577 (VF-51) ditched on takeoff from USS Valley Forge CV-45 7/22/1950. 122578 SOC Nov 14, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 122579 (VF-52) ditched on takeoff from USS Boxer CVA-21 Jul 8, 1953. 122580 (VF-51) ditched on takeoff from USS Valley Forge CV-45 5/21/1950. 122581 (VF-51) undershot landing USS Valley Forge 12/11/1950 122582 to ATU-206 in 1956. W/o Aug 6, 1956 122583 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Aug 1, 1957 122584 (VF-51) ditched on takeoff from NAS San Diego 2/30/1950. 122585 with Blue Angels 1949-1950. (VF-23) hit by AAA, crash landed USS Essex, pilot successfully recovered Oct 17, 1952. 122586/122589 Grumman F9F-2 Panther 122587 with Blue Angels 1949-1950 122588 with Blue Angels 1949-1950 122589 with Blue Angels 1949-1950. 122590/122601 North American AJ-1 Savage c/n 156-38465/38476 122590 crashed and burned near Bedford, VA June 22, 1950 on ferry flight from Edwards AFB to NAS Patuxent River, MD. 3 killed. 122591 DBR Jul 1957 122592 DBR Nov 1956 122593 crashed 10 mi E of Edwards AFB, CA Aug 27, 1950 122594 w/o Feb 4, 1953 122595 w/o Nov 13, 1950 122596 regired Oct 1962 122597 DBR Sep 1956 122598 w/o Sep 6, 1952 122599 DBR Oct 1957 122600 w/o Aug 11, 1953 122601 retired Sep 1957 122602/122613 Martin PBM-5A Mariner 122602 to Netherlands Navy as 16-310 then 106. WFU Mar 1960 122603 to Netherlands Navy as 16-307. Forced to make emergency landing Oct 11, 1957 at an airshow at Valkenburg airfield. It was conducting a single-engine flypast, and the remaining engine lost power, forcing the pilot to carry out a belly landing. The damaged hulk was transported to Rotterdam Airport for use as a fire trainer. 122604 to Netherlands Navy as 16-314 then 109. WFU Mar 1960 122608 to Netherlands Navy as 16-303. W/o Sep 10, 1958 122611 to Netherlands Navy as 16-309, then 105. WFU Mar 1960 122613 to Netherlands Navy as 16-311, then 107. WFU Mar 1960 122614/122708 Grumman F8F-2 Bearcat 122614 airworthy May 2009 with Lewis Aeronautical LLC as NX747NF 122619 (c/n D.1148) stored at NAS Litchfield Park, AZ until 1963. Then registered N7958C, later became N700F, then on civil registry as N14WB. Seen in 2006 in hangar at Placid Lakes APT, Lake Placid, FL. In 2009 owned by Rod Lewis as racer "Rare Bear". 122622 (VF-34) in wheels-up landing at NAS Squantum, MA 5/22/1950. Pilot OK. 122624 (VF-153) hard landing USS Boxer CV-21 1/14/1950. Pilot OK. 122627 crashed at sea off NAS Norfolk, VA due to bad weather 5/24/1949. Pilot missing. 122629 (c/n D.117) to civil registry as N1031B, then N777L 122630 (VF-74) hard landing on Leyte 2/27/1950. Pilot OK. 122633 (VF-63) ditched off NAAS Oceana, VA 9/9/1949. Pilot OK. 122637 (c/n D-1190) to civil registry as N1033B, then noted as N198F at Planes of Fame Jan 13, 2002. Registration N8TF taken up Jul 31, 2008 122641 (VX-2) gear retracted during landing roll-out NAAS Chincoteague, VA. Pilot OK. Date? 122645 (VF-192) hit target banner during gunnery and spun in NAS Alameda, CA. Pilot killed. Date? 122648 (c/n D.1201) became N1032B 122653 (VF-151) over bow landing Boxer CV-21 1/25/1950. Pilot OK. 122657 (VF-194) stalled in landing on Boxer CV-21 5/31/1950. Pilot killed. 122660 (VF-34) overshot landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI and hit seawall 10/04/1950. Pilot injured. 122673 (VF-74) force landed in swamp near NAS Jacksonville, FL 6/30/1950. Pilot OK. 122674 to civil registry as N7825C 122684 (VF-153) hit barrier Boxer CV-21 1/14/1950. Pilot OK 122696 (VF-92) ditched off Midway CVB-41 6/1/1949 233 miles from Nassau. Pilot OK. 122703 (VF-153) hard landing on boxer CV-21 01/16/1950. Pilot OK. 122708 (c/n D.1261) became N7701C. Crashed at Flagstaff, AZ Sep 16, 1975, killing the pilot, parts of plane used in rebuild of 121707/N1027B. Reported at Breckenridge, TX Apr 9 2008. 122709/122728 Sikorsky HO3S-1 122709 (c/n 5187) to civil registry as N4957C, cancelled Dec 6, 2011 122710 (c/n 5192) crashed in water Yo-do, Korea Jul 24, 1953. 122712 (HU-2, Det 30) got lost and landed in friendly territory when ran out of fuel while flying off USS New Jersey May 24, 1951. Crew walked out. Helicopter relocated and returned to USS New Jersey. 122715 (HU-2) missing on rescue mission near Kosong, Korea Jul 3, 1951. 122719 (HU-1) ditched after takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 Apr 30, 1952. 122720 (HU-1) hit by ground fire, laned in Han River near Kimpo, Korea Sept 25, 1950. 122721 (c/n 51.118) to civil registry as N5553A 122723 (HU-2, Det 40) uneven landing on mountainous terrain, Korea, Mar 31, 1951. 122725 (VC-50) ditched off USS Valley Forge CV-45 after engine failure Jul 4, 1950. 122726 (HU-1) in bad takeoff in high winds, USS Philippine Sea CV-47 Jan 9, 1951. Also listed as having struck the conning tower of a submarine and crashed with HU-1 Dec 3, 1951. 122727 (c/n 51130) to civil registry as N4958C. 122729/122853 Douglas AD-3 Skyraider c/n 6851/6975 122729 (VMA-121) lost to automatic weapons fire, Korea Aug 5, 1952. 122730 (VA-923) hit by ground fire, ditched at sea, Korea Sept 27, 1951. 122740 (VMO-6) crashlanded Bon Homme Richard CV-31 Aug 29, 1951. 122744 (VMA-121) shot down by AAA, Korea, Oct 27, 1952. 122746 (VA-923) exploded during emergency landing at Kangnung, Korea, Jul 6, 1951. 122751 (VMA-121) ditched in river near K-47 in Korea after engine failure Dec 17, 1952. 122753 (VA-923) hit by AAA and ditched off Korea, Oct 3, 1951. 122757 (VMA-121) emergency landing at K-6, Korea due to mechanical failure May 8, 1953. 122760 (VA-923) shot down by AAA, Korea, Jul 18, 1951. 122764 (VMA-121) in midair collision with RF-80A Aug 11, 1952. 122767 (VA-923) hit by AAA, Korea, pilot bailed out but not recovered Nov 21, 1951. 122768 (VA-923) engine failure off Bon Homme Richard CV-31 and ditched Jul 7, 1951 122771 (VA-728) shot down by AAA, Hamhung, Korea Mar 2, 1952. 122782 (VA-923) lost in Hwansungwon-ni area of Korea Dec 22, 1951. 122786 (VA-923) crashed and burned Nov 15, 1952. 122797 (VA-35) ditched on takeoff from Leyte CV-32 off Korea 1/14/1951. Pilot injured. 122800 (VMA-121) lost in Korea Mar 29, 1953. Either could not pull out of dive or hit by bomb blast. 122804 (VA-195) force landed west of NAS Alameda, CA 12/05/1951. Pilot OK. 122807 (VF-54) probably hit by AAA and crashed in Wonsan Harbor Jan 22, 1952. 122811 was at EAA Museum, Oshkosh, WI in 1983. In 2003 was at Naval Support Activity, Philadelphia, PA. 122811 preserved at Naval Inventory Control Point, 700 Robbins Ave Sep 2007 122817 (VA-35) force landed while attacking bridge on Tongno River Nov 11, 1950, Korea. 122822 (VA-923) crashed off USS Oriskany CVA-34 Feb 1, 1953. 122823 (VA-923) hit by AAA S of Wonsan, Korea Nov 4, 1952. 122840 (VC-33) stalled on waveoff from Millville Airport, NJ 1/22/1951. Pilot OK. 122842 (VF-194) shot down by AAA W of Kowon, Korea Feb 8, 1952. 122844 (VC-12) crashed on takeoff from NAS Quonset Point, RI 12/29/1951. Pilot killed. 122849 dove in off NAS Quonset Point, RI. Feb 13, 1950, pilot killed. 122852 (VA-923) ditched in water after being hit by AAA, Oct 6, 1951. 122853 converted as prototype for AD-4 122854/122876 Douglas AD-3Q Skyraider c/n 6976/6998. Oredered as AD-3QU target towing version to carry Mark 22 aerial target, but built as AD-3Q two-seat ECM aircraft which could be quickly adapted to target towing. 122863 (VC-33) shot down by AAA over Pyongyang, Korea Jul 11, 1952. 122865 hit by hard landing F8F-1 95164 2/28/1950 aboard Philippine Sea 2/28/1950. SOC. 122868 (VC-33) ditched after takeoff from Coral Sea CVB-43 3/2/1951. Pilot OK. 122877/122907 Douglas AD-3W Skyraider c/n 6999/7029. Three-seat AEW version. 122884 (VC-50) ditched at sea Nov 20, 1950. 122889 (VC-12) hit barrier on landing on Wright CVL-49 Dec 11, 1951. Pilot OK. 122906 and 122907 converted to AD-3E search aircraft version to be used with AD-3S attack version in anti-sub warfare. 122908/122922 Douglas AD-3N Skyraider c/n 7030/7044. Three-seat night attack version. 122909 (VC-50) in bad landing aboard USS Valley Forge CV-45 Jul 4, 1950. 122910 and 122911 converted to AD-3S attack aircraft version to be used with AD-3E search version as hunter-killer team for anti-submarine warfare. 122910 (VX-1) flew into water tracking torpedoes off NAS Boca Chica, FL 4/25/1951. 2 crew seriously injured. 122911 (VX-1) flew into water off NAS Boca Chica, FL 4/3/1951. 3 crew killed. 122923/122951 Lockheed P2V-3 Neptune 122924, 122927, 122930, 122933, 122936, 122942, 122947,122951 modified as P2V-3C carrier-launched nuclear bombers. 122935 lost engine and ditched off NAF Port Lyautey, French Morocco Oct 10, 1953. Crew rescued. 122939 (VP-8) w/o 10/14/51 in landing accident at Atsugi, Japan. 122940 (VP-6) hit by flak Aug 16, 1950 during combat mission in Korea and ditched 6 mi W of Paeng Nylong-do. 122944 (c/n 326-1120) noted in 2000 preserved at St Petersburg, FL but believed scrapped when Yesterday's Air Force Museum closed. After the museum closed, the aircraft was dumped at sea in the Gulf of Mexico off Dunedin Jun 2000. It became the first piece of a new artificial reef named Military Park. 122952/122963 Bell HTL-2 c/n 59/70. Model 47D. Part of this serial number batch appears to have included some of a group of ten YR-13 Model 47As transferred from US Army. Army serials were 46-236,237,242,243,244,249,250,251,253,254. Two were transferred to the USCG but this leaves 8, yet only six appeared to have been renumbered. These six helicopters were initially assigned BuNos 122453/122458. However the serials 122453/122458 were subsequently reassigned to the P2V Neptune batch, and the serials of these six helicopters were transferred to the 122952/122963 batch. This is all very confusing, and I would appreciate it if anyone had any more details. The c/ns listed below do not match up with with this Army batch. 122952 (c/n 59) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. To civil registry as N1358N 122954 (c/n 61) to civil registry as N3918A, N347WM 122956 (c/n 63) to XB-FJD, N5783. 122964/122987 Lockheed P2V-3 Neptune 122966, 122969, 122971 modified as P2V-3C carrier-launched nuclear bombers. All three later modified as P2V-3B close-support aircraft. 122986 and 122987 modified as P2V-3Z combat transport. 122964 (VP-6) landed long at Kaitak, Apt, Hong Kong and caught fire Dec 22, 1953. No fatalities. 122969 (P2V-3C) was fitted with an arrestor hook, but apparently no record of it ever making a carrier landing! 122972 (VP-6) ditched at sea Dec 26, 1951 off Atsugi, Japan in bad weather during night weather reconnaissance mission due to runaway prop. 122976 (VP-5) w/o 9/4/51 during night exercise off NAS Quonset Point, RI. 122978 (VP-5) caught fire in midair and crashed at sea Sep 4, 1951. 122984 left engine caught fire, then separated from wing and forcelanded near China Lake, CA Apr 13, 1959. No injuries. 122988/122989 Douglas XA2D-1 Skyshark c/n 7045/7046 122988 crashed at Edwards AFB, Dec 19, 1950. Pilot killed. 122990/123015 McDonnell F2H-1 Banshee c/n 31/56 123016/123019 Grumman F9F-2 Panther 123016 with Blue Angels 1949-1950 123017 with Blue Angels 1949-1950. (VF-91) hit By anti-aircraft fire over North Korea Jun 25, 1953. Able to fly out to sea. Aircraft caught fire in the cockpit. Ditched in Sea of Japan. Pilot survived and was rescued by a South Korean Navy frigate. 123018 to NATC at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland 123020/123043 Grumman F9F-3 Panther 123020 (VF-51) caught fire in taxi accident 10/26/1949 at NAS San Diego. 123021 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Jun 19, 1958. 123022 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Aug 1, 1957 123023 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Aug 1, 1957 123024 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Oct 23, 1957 123025 (VF-24) damaged in deck crash USS Boxer Aug 6, 1952 off Korea. SOC. 123026 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Aug 1, 1957 123027 (VF-91) crash landed on sandy strip of beach 5 Miles North of (K-18) Kangnung Air Base, South Korea Jun 26, 1953. Pilot survived and was rescued by helicopter. 123028 (VF-52) crashed after takeoff from USS Valley Forge CV-45 6/25/1950. 123029 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Aug 1, 1957 123030 (VM-24) crashed S of Wonsan, Korea Jul 4, 1952. 123031 w/o Oct 9, 1956 at NAATC, NAS Chase Field, Texas 123032 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona Nov 8, 1957 123033 (VF-23) lost on strafing run, Korea, Nov 22, 1952. 123034 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Nov 8, 1957 123035 stored at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona. SOC Aug 1, 1957 123036 SOC Feb 7, 1956 at NATTC, NAS Memphis, Tennssee 123037 (VF-24) ditched in bad takeoff from USS Boxer CV-21 May 25, 1952. 123038 SOC May 6, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 123039 (VF-52) caught fire after takeoff 3/19/1951, NAS San Diego. Pilot bailed out. 123040 SOC Aug 30, 1957 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 123041 converted to F91-2P. (VC-61) flamed out on landing and undershot at NAS Miramar, CA 8/22/1951. Pilot injured. 123044/123067 Grumman F9F-2 Panther 123045 (VF-91) hit by anti-aircraft fire Over North Korea Jul 1, 1953. Able to fly to South Korea and crash landed at (K-18) Kangnung Air Base South Korea. Pilot survived 123046 (MAG-33, 1st MAW) crashlanded at K-3, Korea Nov 29, 1952. 123050 (c/n K-65) on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. Painted as 122563 123053 To N3658F with Oklahoma State University, Stillwater 1963. Nfd 123056 (VMF-115) dove in near Palmyra, Halifax County, NC 10/25/1951. Pilot killed. 123060 (VMF-115) stalled on takeoff from Roosevelt Roads NAS 2/24/1950. 123063 (VMF-115) lost off MCAS Cherry Point, NC 5/21/1950 due to unknown cause. Pilot killed. 123068/123076 Grumman F9F-3 Panther 123068 (pilot VF-51, plane VF-52) missing off Valley Forge CV-45 on combat sweep over North Korea 8/12/1950. Pilot MIA. 123069 (VF-24) damaged in deck crash on USS Boxer Aug 6, 1952 off Korea. Jettisoned offside. 123072 to civil registry as N72WP. Ran off end of runway at Kalamazoo AP, MI Sep 19, 1996, caught fire and burnt out. Pilot seriously injured. Has been repaired as N90729. C of R expired 30Sep13. Apparently not rebuilt 123076 (VF-51) hit barrier on landing Valley Forge CV-45 11/9/1950. 123077/123083 Grumman F9F-2 Panther 123077 (VMF-115) undershot landing at Roosevelt Roads NAS 5/29/1951. 123078 in 1997 was airworthy with Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Dallas, TX as N9525A. Still current 123080 went over side of USS Midway Nov 11, 1951 and was lost. 123081 (VF-31) ditched short of runway at NAS Quonset Point, RI. 12/28/1949. 123084 Grumman XF9F-4 Panther 99th production airframe modified as XF9F-4. First flight Jul 5, 1950 123085 Grumman XF9F-5 Panther 100th production airframe modified as XF9F-5. First flight Dec 21, 1949 123086 Grumman XF9F-4 Panther 101st production airframe modified as static test airframe for XF9F-4/XF9F-5. 123087 Grumman F9F-3 Panther cancelled 123088 Grumman AF-2S Guardian Model G-82. Registered N3143G by Aero Union Corporation for use as tanker but not used as such; in open storage at Chico, CA 1988 123089 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123090 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123091 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123092 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123093 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123094 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123095 Grumman AF-2W Guardian Modified as test bed for retractable APS-33 radar installatin for proposed design 91 and the S2F01 123096 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123097 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123098 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123099 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123100 Grumman AF-2S Guardian Used by Aero Union Corp. as tanker registered N3144G with tail number E30. Was flying as a warbird in 1978 at Harlingen, TX. Now on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL. 123101 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123102 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123103 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123104 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123105 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123106 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123107 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123108 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123109 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123110 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123111 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123112 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123113 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123114 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123115 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123116 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 123117 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 123118/123143 Sikorsky HO3S-1 123118 w/o Feb 3, 1954 123119 w/o Feb 1953. 123121 (HU-1) lost at sea off Chodo Island, Korea Dec 14, 1951 123122 (HU-1) crashed in water Jun 25, 1950 at Kanayut Lake, Alaska 123123 (HU-1) crashed at sea off Korea Jul 20, 1952 123125 (HU-1) crashed and burned Aug 13, 1951 6 mi W of NAAS Miramar 123127 (HU-1) crashed in water off USS Valley Forge Nov 28, 1952 123129 appears as rescue helicopter in *The Bridges of Toko-Ri* 123130 (HU-1) crashed in water Dec 21, 1952 while gunspotting for USS Missouri. 123132 (c/n 51.163) to civil registry as N4061A 123133 (c/n 51.164) to civil registry as N9986Z. To CS-HAE but NTU. 123136 (c/n 51.168) to civil registry as N4959C 123137 (c/n 51.169) to civil registry as N5558A 123139 (c/n 51.172) to civil registry as N5556A. 123144/123203 Vought F4U-5N, -5NL Corsair 123152 (VMF-513) in takeoff accident at K-18, Kangnung, Korea Jan 23, 1952 123168 to Honduras AF as FAH-603 in 1956. Recovered from Honduras as a collection of components in 1979. Rebuilt to airworthy using parts of 122179. Original plate was illegible, adopted the ID of 122179. Registered as N179PT Oct 1987. To Warbirds of GB Ltd, Biggin Hill Aug 14, 1988. Registered as N179NP. Damaged after running off runway to avoid collision at Oshkosh, WI Jul 29, 1999 but rebuilt to airworthy. Flown as Marines 122179/WR-5. 123176 (VMF-513) went missing after mission completion, Korea, Oct 29, 1951. 123179 (VMF-513) ran out of fuel, last seen heading out to sea after pilot bailed out Sept 27, 1950. 123180 (VMF-513) pilot bailed out near Taegu, Korea after engine failure Oc5 23, 1951. 123181 (VC-3) damaged in deck crash Aug 6,1952 USS Boxer (CV-21) off Korea. Repaired. 123183 (VF-9) crashed into San Francisco Bay Oct 20, 1953. Pilot killed. 123186 (VC-50, Det VC-3) in emergency ditching Sept 18, 1950. 123188 (VMF-513) engine failed after takeoff, forced to land at K-18 Kangnung, Korea Jan 12, 1952. 123195 (VC-4, USS Leyte, Jan 1950) 123200 (VMF-212) hit by AAA and ditched in ocean off Korea Jun 6, 1951. 123202 (VMF-513) napalm tank hit by ground fire and crashed near Kuhwha, Mayhon-ni area of Korea May 27, 1951. 123204/123299 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee 123204/123212 C/n 57/65 123213/123219 C/n 68/74 123220/123221 C/n 66Z/67Z 123222 C/n 77 123223/123243 C/n 79/99 123244/123245 C/n 75Z/76Z 123246/123251 C/n 100/105 123252/123261 C/n 107/116 123262/123274 C/n 118/130 123275/123283 C/n 132/140 123284/123294 C/n 142/152 123295/123299 C/n 154/158 123204 first flight Aug 18, 1949 123208 (VF-171) crashed at sea Sep 26, 1950. 123226 (VF-22) last seen in deep dive Jul 26, 1953, search result negative. 123237 (VF-101) spun in on landing on Franklin D. Roosevelt Oct 15, 1953. 123282 (VF-62) hit by AAA over Korea and pilot bailed out Jul 22, 1953. 123300/123313 McDonnell F2H-2N Banshee Night fighter version 123300 C/n 78 Ordered as F2H-2 c/n 66 and modified during production to F2H-2N with c/n 78 123301 C/n 106 Ordered as F2H-2 c/n 67 and modified during production to F2H-2N with c/n 106 123302 C/n 117 Ordered as F2H-2 c/n 78 and modified during production to F2H-2N with c/n 117 123303 C/n 131 123304 C/n 141 123305 C/n 153 123306 C/n 162 123307 C/n 170 123308 C/n 179 123309 C/n 187 123310 C/n 196 123311 C/n 204 Modified during production as a single seat all weather fighter version aerodynamic prototype 123312 C/n 211 123313 C/n 219 123314/123365 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee 123314/123316 C/n 159/161 123317/123323 C/n 163/169 123324/123331 C/n 171/178 123332/123335 C/n 180/183 123336 C/n 184 Ordered as F2H-2 c/n 184 and modified during production to F2H-2P prototype reconnaissance version with c/n 197, BuNo 123366. First flight 12Oct50 123337/123338 C/n 185/186 123339/123346 C/n 188/195 123347/123352 C/n 198/203 123353/123358 C/n 205/210 123359/123365 C/n 212/218 123336 (VF-22) in bad takeoff from USS Lake Champlain CVA-39 Jul 23, 1953. 123350 crashed Feb15, 1956, NAS China Lake. Pilot killed. 123366 McDonnell F2H-2P Banshee c/n 197. Reconnaissance version 123367/123382 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 220/235 123383/123396 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee contract cancelled 123397/123740 Grumman F9F-2 Panther Model G-79. 123714/123740 were cancelled 123397 (VF-71) hit ramp on landing Midway CVB-41 7/18/1950. Pilot killed. 123398 (VF-72) ditched in the Sea of Japan after take off from USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) due to loss of engine power. Pilot rescued by Navy helicopter. 123403 (Fasron-11) flew into seawall on takeoff from Kisarazu AFB, Japan during ferry flight Aug 22, 1950. Pilot killed. 123405 (VF-91) ditched in Sea of Japan off Wonsan, North Korea after ran out of fuel Jun 19, 1953. Pilot survived and was rescued by US Navy minesweeper USS Symbol AM-123 123406 (VF-71) tail hook broke on landing on Saipan CVL-48 and went overside off Quonset Point, RI. 5/11/1950. 123414 (VF-71) hard landing on Wright CVL-49 off Jacksonville FL 6/6/1950. 123415 (VF-71) spun in on waveoff NAS Quonset Point, RI. 7/3/1950. 123420 in 1997 was airworthy with Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL as N32313. Still current in 2013 but without an airworthiness certificate. Reported as stored dismantled. 123421 (VF-91) ditched in Sea of Japan after ran out of fuel Jun 26, 1953. Pilot survived and was rescued by South Korean fishing boat. 123422 (VF-91) aircraft engine caught fire and had a fire in cockpit over South Koea Jul 26, 1953. Pilot ejected and was rescued by friendly forces. 123423 (VF-72) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea Oct 16, 1952. 123424 (VF-71) engine failure near Alligator Lake, NC 5/29/1950. Pilot bailed out. 123427 (VMF-115) hard landing on FDR 11/28/1950 and bounced over barrier, hitting parked F9F-2s 123429 and 123398, and three other planes. 123428 (VF-71) crashed during landing at NAAS Charlestown, RI. 7/24/1951. Pilot injured. 123432 (VF-111) hit barrier on landing Phillipine Sea CV-47 after combat mission and struck parked aircraft 9/29/1950. Damaged 11 other aircraft 123433 (VF-112) ditched off USS Philippine Sea CV-47 due to engine flameout Dec 19, 1950. 123435 (VF-23) in forced water landing off USS Essex CVA-9 due to engine flameout Dec 28, 1952. 123437 (VF-11) crashed on catapult shot off Phillippine Sea 7/10/1950. 123440 (VF-93) crashed into water while landing on USS Philippine Sea (CVA-97) in the Sea of Japan Feb 16, 1952. Pilot killed. 123441 (VF-111) ditched during combat mission off Phillippine Sea 9/18/1950 due to fuel exhaustion 123442 (VF-112) crashlanded on USS Philippine Sea CV-47 Nov 14, 1950 and collided with 5 parked aircraft. 123443 (VF-112, F9F-2B) in bad take off from USS Phillippine Sea CV-47 and mushed in 8/7/1950. 123444 (VF-112) 08/29/1950 Phillippine Sea Faulty cat shot,ditched 123445 (VF-111) hit by AAA on combat mission off USS Phillippine Sea CV-47 9/24/1950 and ditched in sea near Chorwon, Korea. 123446 (VF-112) ditched on takeoff from Phillippine Sea 22/17/1950. 123447 (VF-112) lost on combat sweep 8/20/1950 off Phillippine Sea. Pilot killed. 123449 (VR-31) stalled in turn during emergency landing at Floyd Bennett NAS, NY and crashed into Jamaica Bay 2/08/1950. Pilot killed. 123462 SOC at NAS San Diego 4/1/1950. 123463 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) in takeoff accident Jan 1, 1951 in Japan. 123464 (F9F-2B, VMF-311) believed shot down by MiGs Jul 21, 1951. 123466 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) hit by AAA over Korea Aug 6, 1951, pilot bailed out and was rescued. 123478 (VX-3) crashed during landing at Atlantic City, NJ 5/25/1950. Pilot killed. 123481 (VF-21) crashed into woods on waveoff at NAS Oceana, VA 3/31/1950. Pilot killed. 123482 damaged aboard USS Midway Nov 11, 1951. 123485 (VF-21) went overside on waveoff from FDR 9/25/1950. 123489 (VF-52) hit by AAA over North Korea Jun 2, 1953. Able to fly to South Korea and crash landed at K-18 Kangnung Air Base, South Korea. Pilot survived. 123494 (VF-21) went through barrier and crashed into other jets on bow of USS Midway Nov 11, 1951. 3 aircraft were carried overboard by the collision. Pilot picked up by helicopter. 123499 (VF-31, F9F-2B) bad landing on USS Leyte CV-32 Dec 9, 1950. Also listed as being shot down by AAA near Yangdok, Korea, off USS Valley Forge CV-45 Mar 11, 1952. 123501 (VX-3) missing in flight from Atlantic City, NJ 9/11/1950. 123503 (VF-21) crashed off Elizabeth City, NJ due to unknown cause 6/23/1951. Pilot killed. 123506 (VF-31) flew into water after waveoff from landing on Leyte CV-32 11/30/1950. Pilot OK 123514 (VF-31, F9F-2B) ditched after takeoff from Leyte CV-32 10/19/1950. 123517. The aircraft preserved at Quartzsite AP, AZ marked as 125316 is actually 125316. 123520 (VMF-212, F9F-2B) destroyed by fire from other aircraft at K-3, Korea Jul 30, 1951. 123525 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) undershot landing at K-5 in Korea 2/26/1951. 123526 (VF-31) went overside in launch accident from Leyte 12/29/1950. I also have this one as being at USMC Air-Ground Museum at MCAS Quantico, VA, but not sure if it is the genuine article. Details, anyone? Noted Nov 10, 2006 at National Museum of the United States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA Reported as to N3456G with California Airmotive 1966. Not recorded by FAA 123528 (VF-310, F9F-2B) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Leyte CV-32 Dec 20, 1950 123531 (VR-31) struck hill in overcast near Scott Field, IL 5/11/1950. 123533 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) possibly hit by AAA and crashed into hill after attacking a bridge, Korea, Dec 26, 1950. 123537 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) crashed on way to target during combat mission in Korea. Pilot killed. 123538 converted to F9F-2P 123543 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) did not pull out during strafing run 1/2/1950. Pilot killed. 123544 (VF-91) bounced over barrier on landing on USS Philippine Sea (CVA-47) in Sea of Japan and crashed into parked aircraft Jar 27, 1953. Pilot killed. 123549 (VF-71) ditched in Narragansett Bay, RI 2/22/1951. 123550 (VMF-223) crashed near Vicksburg, MS 6/10/1951. Pilot killed. 123557 mounted in front of VFW post 1621 in Janesville, WI. Also listed as going into water off USS Midway Nov 11, 1951, pilot picked up by helicopter. 123559 converted to F9F-2B 123581 (VF-61) wind gust flipped plane over on deck of FDR 1/27/1951. SOC. 123586 (VF-721) presumed to have crased in sea near K-50, Korea, Nov 1, 1952. 123590 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA May 1, 1951. Pilot killed. 123593 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) hit by AA near Pyongyang, Korea Oct 3, 1951 and crashed. 123597 (VMF-311) hit by ground fire and made forced landing on salt flats May 13, 1952, captured. 123598 (VF-191) crashed on takeoff from Princeton CV-37 10/18/1950. Pilot killed. 123599 (VF-191) late pullout while strafing target off NAS El Centro, CA 9/23/1950. Pilot killed. 123601 (VF-191, F9F-2B) hit by AAA in combat mission off USS Princeton May 6, 1951. Pilot MIA. 123602 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA, pilot bailed out. 123612 at NAS Oceana, VA. 123617 (VMF-311) shot down by AAA, Korea, May 10, 1952. 123618 (VF-23, F9F-2B) hit ramp on landing on USS Princeton CV-37 after CAP 6/5/1951 and exploded and went over side. Pilot killed. 123619 (CVA-21) ditched after being hit by AAA, Korea, Jul 25, 1953. 123620 (VF-191) hit by landing aircraft 10/18/1950 on Princeton CV-37 123621 (VF-191, F9F-2B) hit by AAA during combat mission and crashed at sea near Songjin 3/8/1951. Pilot killed. 123624 converted to F9F-2B 123625 (VF-781, F9F-2B) crashed into water after launch from USS Bon Homme Richard (CV-31) in Sea of Japan Nov 27, 1951. Pilot survived and was rescued by Navy helicopter. 123631 (VMF-311) crashlanded at K-3, Korea, Feb 21, 1952. 123632 (VF-51) shot down by AAA 7 mi N of Kowan, Korea Jan 6, 1952. 123633 (VF-191, F9F-2B) hit by AAA on combat mission May 7, 1951 near Inchon, Korea. Pilot killed. 123636 (VF-721) ditched after flameout from USS Kearsarge CVA-33, Dec 28, 1952. 123640 (VF-721, F9F-2B) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Boxer CV-21, May 30, 1951. 123642 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA and crashed 8 mi N of Pyongyang Dec 18, 1951. Pilot rescued. 123648 (VF-721) hook would not extend on landing on Boxer CV-21, tried to reach Oahu and ditched off NAS Barbers Point, HI 3/12/1951. 123649 (VMF-311) hit by AAA and made wheels-up landing at K-14, Korea Jul 21, 1952. 123652 at MCAS El Toro, CA. Now on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA. 123654 (VF-721, F9F-2B) ditched off Boxer CV-21 4/16/1951. Pilot injured. 123657 (VF-721, F9F-2B) hit tree during strafing run off Boxer CV-21 Apr 5, 1951. Flew back to CV and landed, but SOC. 123660 (VF-721) mushed in after catapult shot from Boxer 8/14/1951. Pilot injured. 123664 (VF-781, F9F-2B) in bad takeoff from USS Bonne Homme Richard (CV-31) Nov 21, 1951, ditched in water. 123666 (VF-111) ditched due to fuel exhaustion May 2, 1952. 123667 (VF-781, F9F-2B) hit by AAA over Korea 8/24/1951 and ditched. 123668 converted to F9F-2B 123669 (VMF-311) shot down by AAA 40 mi S of Pyongyang, Korea Feb 4, 1952. 123670 (VF-781, F9F-2B) mushed in after bad catapult shot from Bon Homme Richard CV-31 5/31/1951. 123671 (VM-781, F9F-2B) ditched in Sea of Japan after running out of fuel from mission over North Korea Nov 13, 1951. Pilot survived and was rescued. 123672 (VF-52) damaged by own bomb blast and crashlanded in friendly area Jul 24, 1953. 123677 (VF-781, F9F-2B) ditched due to fuel exhaustion after combat mission 7/2/1951. 123684 (VF-71) mushed in after takeoff from USS Tarawa in Carribean 4/26/1951. 123700 (VF-781, F9F-2B) ditched after bad catapult shot from USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31 7/27/1951. 123705 (VC-61, F9F-2P) hit ramp and skidded over port side of USS Antietam (CV-36) into Yellow Sea Jan 29, 1952. Pilot survived and was rescued by Navy helocopter. 123713 (F9F-2B) shot down by AAA in Korea Jan 3, 1952. 123741/123770 Douglas F3D-1 Skyknight 123741/123768 c/n 7047/7074 Surviving aircraft re-designated F-10A. 12 modified as F3D-1M. 123769 and 123770 cancelled 123771/124006 Douglas AD-4 Skyraider c/n 7077/7312 123935, 123952/123999 modified as AD-4L for Korean winter condition 124000/124005 modified as AD-4L for Korean winter condition 124006 converted to AD-5 prototype. 123780 (VA-105) engine failure during landing aboard USS Tarawa Jun 5, 1953 and ditched. 123784 (VA-195) in bad takeoff from USS Princeton (CV-37) Mar 31, 1951. 123789 to French AF as No. 95. W/o Feb 8, 1963 123796 stalled on landing aboard USS Cabot Aug 14, 1950 and hit water. Pilot OK. 123797 to French AF as No. 96 123799 (VA-65) shot down by AAA near Seoul Sept 17, 1950. 123802 (VMA-121) hit by AAA and ditched near Cho-do, Korea Jan 10, 1953. 123803 (VA-65) wing broke off during low-level attack near Kaesong, Korea Sep 20, 1950. 123804 (VA-55) hit by AAA over Pyongyang, Korea and crashed on deck of USS Valley Forge (CV-45) Jul 4, 1950. 123808 (VA-55) hit by small arms fire and ditched at sea Oct 25, 1950. 123812 (VA-728) hit by AAA and pilot bailed out over enemy area Dec 22, 1951. 123813 (VA-55) hit by AAA and caught fire Oct 20, 1952. 123814 (VA-55) damaged by flying through debris and AAA near Pyongyang, Korea Jul 4, 1950. To French AF as No. 107 123815 (VA-55) hit by own bomb blast Jul 25, 1950. 123818 (VA-702) flew into ground during pullout over Korea 5/7/1951. Pilot killed. 123821 to French AF as No. 97 123825 (VA-728) hit by AAA and ditched Dec 14, 1951. 123827 (c/n 7133) reported 1959 as gate guard at DeKalb-Peachtree AP, GA. Derelict there by 1966. Became N54162, registered as N23827 with Training Services, Inc of Virginia Beach, VA. In 2014 was flyable as an AD-4 "501" in markings of VA-195 "Dambusters" with Military Aviatin Museum, Virginia Beach, VA. 123828 to French AF as No. 112 123829 (VA-115) suffered engine failure and crashlanded at Yonpo Airfield Dec 16, 1950, destroyed to prevent capture. 123832 to French AF as No. 108 123833 (VA-115) damaged by bomb blast Dec 9, 1950, but returned safely to carrier. Damaged aboard USS Antietam CVA-36 4/11/1951 when hit by another plane while attempting to land. To French AF as No. 98 123835 (VA-115) in barrier crash landing USS Philippine Sea CV-47 after close air support mission, Korea, Dec 9, 1950. 123837 to French AF as No. 109 123840 (VA-115) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, Korea Jul 23, 1950. 123841 (VA-115) hit by small arms fire and force landed on sandbar Chuch'on-gang River, Korea 2/10/1951. Pilot rescued by Army L-5. 123844 (VA-55) spun in to avoid strafing a truckload of civilians Jul 22, 1950. Pilot killed. 123845 (VA-55) hit by blast from own bomb while attacking bridge, Aug 29, 1950. 123846 to French AF as No. 111. W/o Sep 10, 1965 123854 to FrenchAF as No. 104 123855 (VA-55) shot down by small arms fire Jun 28, 1951. 123859 to FrenchAF as No. 110 123866 (VA-25) stalled on takeoff from FDR CVB-42 and crashed 1/11/1951. Pilot killed. 123871 (VA-145) shot down by AAA Feb 8, 1953. 123883 (VA-35) hit power cables during CAS and forced to land in enemy area and was captured Dec 12, 1950. 123884 to French AF as No. 113 123886 force landed after takeoff from Patuxent River, MD 4/13/1951. Pilot injured. 123899 to French AF as No. 100 123912 (VA-35) ditched off NAS Quonset Point, RI. 4/5/1951. Pilot injured. 123915 (VA-115) hit by bomb fragments and ditched near Mayang Island Dec 19, 1950 and was destroyed by friendly aircraft. 123916 (VA-195) in bad landing on USS Princeton CV-37 after AAA damage Feb 11, 1951. 123917 (VA-115) crashed into ocean during snowstorm Nov 27, 1950. 123920 to NAF NOTS Inyokern (predecessor of NAF China Lake). Used to conduct first AIM-9 Sidewinder I missile tests ca 1952. Later to French AF as No. 103 123921 (VF-54) ditched after AAA damage Oct 26, 1951. 123922 (VA-55) hit by own bomb blast during glide bomb run near NAS El Centro, CA 4/11/1951. Pilot bailed out OK. I also have a record of this plane having been hit by AAA with VA-55 and caught fire Oct 17, 1952. 123923 (VF-54) crashed on takeoff from USS Essex CV-9 Nov 17, 1951. 123925 hit in left wing and crashed with full bomb load near Seoul, Korea May 18, 1951. 123927 (VA-195) hit by AAA over Korea and crashed into water 1/28/1951. Pilot killed. 123931 (VA-55) suffered engine failure during CAP, pilot bailed out and rescued Jun 6, 1951. 123932 (VA-55) landing accident USS Princeton CV-37 Jun 21, 1951. 123933 (VF-54) hit by AAA and ditched Feb 21, 1952. 123937 (VA-195) hit by AAA and crashed into barrier USS Princeton CV-37 Feb 10, 1951. 123938 (VA-65) shot down by AAA near Hungnam, Korea Jun 17, 1952. 123945 (VF-54) shot down by AAA Oct 6, 1951. 123947 (VF-54) developed oil leak and ditched Feb 22, 1952. 123950 to French AF as No. 101 123951 (VA-115) ditched off USS Philippine Sea CV-47 May 29, 1952. 123962 (VA-702) lost Oct 16, 1952. 123965 (AD-4L, VA-55) stalled on takeoff NAAS Holtville, CA 4/12/1951. Pilot OK. 123967 (AD-4L, VF-54) shot down by AAA Sep 3, 1951. 123970 (AD-4L, VF-54) shot down by AAA Sep 8, 1951. 123974 (VF-54) could not jettison armed bomb in Korea 11/27/1951. Pilot bailed out but was killed. 123980 (AD-4L, VA-175)) suffered engine failure and crashed during emergency landing attempt on Navassa Island, west of Haiti and south of Cuba Aug 1, 1952. Pilot killed. 123984 (VA-115) engine failure and ditched off USS Philippine Sea CV-47 Apr 3, 1952. 123987 (AD-4L, VF-54) takeoff accident from USS Essex CV-9 Aug 24, 1951. 123990 (AD-4L, VF-54) hit by AAA and ditched Sep 7, 1951. Pilot rescued. 123991 (AD-4L, VF-54) in bad takeoff from USS Essex Sep 19, 1951. 123993 ditched in Wonsan harbor due to engine failure Oct 7, 1952. 123995 (AD-4L, VA-115) ditched after engine failure May 19, 1952. 123996 (AD-4L, VA-115) in bad takeoff from USS Philippine Sea CV-47 and ditched at sea May 16, 1952. 123997 (AD-4L, VA-728) ditched off stern of USS Antietam CV-36 Oct 16, 1951. 123998 (AD-4L, VF-54) hit by own bomblast, hit parked aircraft while landing at K-18 airfield, Korea 12/05/1951. Pilot injured. 123999 (VA-53) ditched May 19, 1953 off North Island, CA. 124002 (VA-728) ditched after takeoff in Korea 12/06/1951. Pilot OK. 124004 (VA-728) ran off flight deck into water Dec 6, 1951. 124006 converted to AD-5 prototype of ASW version, combining hunter and killer duties. First flight Aug 17,1951 124007/124036 Douglas AD-4 Skyraider c/n 7313/7342 (El Segundo c/ns). Contract cancelled. 124037/124075 Douglas AD-4Q Skyraider c/n 7343/7381. Two-seat ECM version 124041 code XC-33 124045 (VC-190) lost power on takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 Mar 3, 1951. 124049 (VA-115) hit by AAA and crashlanded in enemy territory near Sasu-Ri, Korea 124051 (VF-54) exploded 5 min after takeoff from USS Essex CV-9 Aug 26, 1951. 124054 (VC-190) crashed after takeoff from Princeton CV-37 off Korea 3/3/1951. Pilot injured but war correspondent William H. Graham killed. 124055 (VF-194) ditched after lost power after takeoff from USS Boxer CVA-21 Jul 5, 1953. 124058 (VC-35, CAG-19) shot down by AAA Jun 9, 1951. 124066 (VA-65) in wheels-up landing at Seoul Airport 3/21/1951. Crew OK. 124068 (VA-195) damaged by own bomb blast, destroyed at Yonpo Airfield Dec 9, 1950. 124076/124127 Douglas AD-4W Skyraider c/n 7382/7433. Three-seat AEW version 124080 after major overhaul in 1952 went to Fleet Air Arm Sep 15, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV104. Spent all of its time at Aircraft Holding Unit at Abbotsinch and RNAY Donibristle. SOC Dec 26, 1958 for reduction to spares. 124084 (VC-110) ditched on partrol from Philippine Sea CV-47 1/13/1951. Crew OK. 124085 after service with USN and major overhaul in 1952 to Fleet Air Arm Feb 20, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV103. SOC Feb 25, 1959 for reduction to spaires. 124086 after service with USN and major overhaul in 1952 to Fleet Air Arm Feb 20, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV106 Feb 1953. SOC Oct 23, 1961, and went to FAA Museum Now in reserve collection at FAA Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, UK. 124089 (VA-55) struck barrier during night landing USS Valley Forge CV-45 Oct 22, 1950. 124093 (VC-11) hit tow target during gunnery practice and crashed near NAS San Diego, CA 3/30/1951. 3 crew killed. 124097 (VC-190) in takeoff accident from USS Princeton CV-37 Mar 7, 1951. After major overhaul in 1954, to Royal Navy Nov 21, 955 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT097 (last 3 digits of BuNo, an incorrect serial applied in USA but retained by RN) To Scottish Aviation Feb 1, 1963 and cannibalized for spares. Formally struck off RN charge Mar 18, 1963. Serial WT943 was not used. 124101 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV177. SOC May 5, 1965 and sold as scrap. 124103 after service with USN and major overhaul, to Fleet Air Arm Apr 24, 1956 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT986. SOC Feb 25, 1959 for reduction to spares. 124104 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet Air Arm Nov 25, 1955 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT985. SOC May 5, 1965 and sold for scrap. 124107 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet Air Arm Sep 25, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT969. Severely damaged on HMS Bulwark Sep 25, 1955 when struck by Wyvern VZ784, disembarked and arrived at RNAY DSonibristle Nov 10, 1955 but presumably not repaired, as was SOC Dec 26, 1958 for reduction to spares 124108 crashed in mountains NE of Yuma, AZ in 1951. 124110 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV107. SOC Feb 22, 1961 for reduction to spares. 124111 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV178. SOC May 5, 1965 and sold as scrap. 124112 after major overhaul delivered to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WT112 (last 3 digits of BuNo, incorrect serial number applied in USA but kept by RN). To Scottish Aviation Feb 14, 1963 and cannibalized for spare parts, formally SOC Mar 18, 1963. Serial WT982 was not used. 124113 after service with USN and major overhaul went to Fleet Air Arm Feb 19, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV105. Was going to be scrapped in 1954 but was retained for dispaly By 1976 was at Cornwall Aero Park. Returned to RN at Rnas Culdrose Mar 21, 1997, refburbished and to FAA Museum, RNAS Yeovilton Dec 6, 2000 124114 to Fleet Air Arm Sep 15, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT964. SOC Dec 26, 1958 124115 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WV179. Ditched in Cagliari Bay Nov 20, 1959 while returning to HMS Victorius from Elmas, Sardinia. 124116 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV180. SOC Dec 26, 1958 for reduction to spares. 124121 to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WT121 (last 3 digits of BuNo, incorrect serial number applied in USA but retained by RN). In 1972 to Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton, England. Serial WT983 was not used. 124122 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm Feb 19, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV102. To Scottish Aviation as spares source Feb 1963, although not formally SOC from RN until Mar 18, 1963. 124124 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm Sep 15, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT965. SOC Oct 23, 1961 for reduction to spares. 124128/124156 Douglas AD-4N Skyraider c/n 7434/7462. Three-seat night attack version 124132 (VC-33) flew into water on takeoff from Coral Sea CVB-43 4/28/1951. Crew OK. 124135 (VC-190) tried to takeoff from airstrip at Kangnung, Korea with wings folded 5/11/1951. Two crew seriously injured. 124137 (VC-35) ditched after takeoff USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31 Jul 11, 1951. 124138 (VC-110) ditched after takeoff from Philippine Sea CV-47 in Sea of Japan 2/13/1951 Crew OK. 124140 to French AF as No. 18. Then to Cambodian AF 124142 to French AF as No. 15. W/o Oct 22, 1963 124143 to French AF as 14, to Gabon AF as TR-KFP, then to civil registry as N91909 reserved but not taken up), then on French civil registry as F-WZDP, later F-AZDP. Involved in a midair collision with P-51D 44-72218 at Duxford UK airshow Jul 10, 2011. Landed safely with missing wing segment, but P-51D was destroyed 124144 (VC-33) ditched after takeoff from FDR CVB-42 1/31/1951. Crew OK. 124146 damaged during deck crash Aug 6, 1952 on USS Boxer (CV-21) off Korea, repaired. Also listed as bad takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 with VC-190 Dec 9, 1950. To French AF as No. 5 and w/o Sep 25, 1967. Saw this plane at NAS Chincoteague, Virginia in ca 1957. 124151 (VC-33) hit barrier during night landing Wright CVL-49 3/1/1951. Crew OK. 124153 converted to AD-4NL with anti-icing and de-icing equipment, wing armament increased 124156 (c/n 7462) to French AF as No. 30. To Gabon AF around 1968. Recovered in Gabon by Gyra France 1976. Now registered as N91935 with West Indies Investments Ltd, of Troy, AL. 124157/124186 North American AJ-1 Savage 124157/124184 c/n 160-1/28 124157 allocated to Project Sandia (nuclear weapons development at Albuquerque). DBR Aug 1950 124158 converted as fire bomber. Scrapped 1968/69. 124159 DBR Sep 1955 124160 retired Jul 1957 124161 retired Jul 1957 124162 retired Oct 1957 124163 W/o Oct 27, 1950 124164 retired Sep 1957 124165 w/o Sep 7, 1954 124166 retired May 1958 124167 converted as fire bomber. Crashed Sept 1967. 124168 retired Apr 1958 124169 allocated to Project Sandia (nuclear weapons development at Albuquerque). w/o Jun 8, 1951 124170 retired Jan 1958 124171 crashed Mar 6, 1951 after inflight fire. 3 killed. 124172 retired Aug 1957 124173 w/o Nov 29, 1951 124174 retired Apr 1956 124175 retired Aug 1957 124176 DBR Sep 1956 124177 DBR Nov 1955 124178 retired Oct 1957 124179 w/o Feb 27, 1956 124180 DBR Aug 1952 124181 with NATC in 1951. retired Feb 1957 124182 DBR Jun 1955 124183 DBR Nov 1954 124184 crashed and burned at Lajes Field, Azores Dec 25, 1955. 124185 and 124186 cancelled 124187 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124188 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124189 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124190 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124191 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124192 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124193 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124194 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124195 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124196 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124197 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124198 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124199 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124200 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124201 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124202 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124203 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124204 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124205 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124206 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124207 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124208 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124209 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124210 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124211/124267 Lockheed P2V-4 Neptune Redesignated P-2D in 1962. 124227 (VP-22) ditched 1/21/51 in heavy seas off Okinawa. 124235 (VP-7) w/o 9/17/51 in landing accident at NAS Quonset Point, RI. 124253 (VP-2) hit ditch on landing at NAS Kodiak, Alaska Jun 15, 1951. 1 killed. 124255 (VP-25) w/o 4/14/52 in landing accident at NAS Brunswick, ME. 124268/124291 Lockheed P2V-3W Neptune 124277 (VP-981) w/o 2/4/51 during test flight at NAS Whidbey Island, WA. 124278 (P2V-3B) with VAH-123. 124283 (VP-6) shot down by Soviet La-11 fighters over Sea of Japan Nov 6, 1951. Crew of 10 missing. 124289 in accident at NAS Kodiak, AK Feb 18, 1952. 124290 (VP-1) w/o 10/27/50 at Tachikawa, Japan when main gear retracted during engine startup. 124292/124323 Grumman PF-1A Albatross c/n 27/58. All these aircraft were delivered to USAF in 1950 as SA-16A 49-069/100. 124324/124331 Fairchild R4Q-1 Packet c/n 7001/7008. Marine Corps version of C-119C. 124325 (c/n 7002) there is a report that this plance crashed Feb 7, 1951. However, the plane that crashed is actually 128725, and there is a report that 124325 was still flying as late as 1958. 124331 (c/n 7008) crashed after takeoff from MCAS Cherry Point, NC Jun 27, 1952. 5 killed. 124332/124333 Fairchild R4Q-1 Packet Contract cancelled. Marine Corps version of C-119C. 124334/124353 Sikorsky HO3S-1 124334 (c/n 51177) to civil registry as N6881C. 124340 (HU-1) crashed in enemy territory Korea Feb 8, 1952. Pilot POW 124342 (VMO-6) crashed during resupply landing near Sudong Myon Sept 22, 1951. 124344 (c/n 51201) to civil registry as N5182V. Now on display at MCAS Quantico, VA. Noted Nov 10,2006 at National Museum of the United States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA 124345 (c/n 51204) to civil registry as N2842D, CF-FDF, C-FFDF. 124346 crashlanded on Puffin Island, Kodiak, Alaska Nov 1951. SOC. 124349 (c/n 51209) to civil registy as N809 124350 (c/n 51210) to civil registry as N5557A. 124352 to US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL 124354/124361 Lockheed P2V-3W Neptune 124355 modified as P2V-3B close-support aircraft. 124357 (VP-931) crashed on McCreight Mountain, British Columbia 12/23/50. Wreckage found 9/21/61. 11 killed. 124359 (c/n 326-1181) reported as preserved at Travel town Museum, Griffith Park, LA, CA but current status not known. 124360 and 124361 cancelled 124362/124373 Martin P4M-1 Mercator 124362 converted to P4M-1Q. Shot down by Chinese fighters off Shanghai 8/22/1956 operating with spurious BuNo 187642. 4 crew killed, remaining MIA. 124363 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 6/30/1960 and scrapped at NAS Atusgi 124364 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 4/5/1960 and scrapped at NAS Alameda 124365 converted to P4M-1Q. Crashed during mission from Incirlik, Turkey 1/16/1960. 16 crewmembers killed. 124366 converted to P4M-1Q 1953-54. Withdrawn 6/19/1960 and scrapped at NAS Atusgi 124367 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 4/7/1960 and scrapped at NAS Rota 124368 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 6/30/1960 and scrapped at NAS Atsugi 124369 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 11/13/1956 and scrapped at NAS Litchfield 124370 converted to P4M-1Q. Withdrawn 10/2/1956 and scrapped at NAS Norfolk 124371 converted to P4M-1Q. Ditched in eastern Mediterranean 2/7/1952 due to fuel starvation after unspecified mission. Crew recovered but pilot drowned. 124372 converted to P4M-1Q. Suffered accident in unspecified incident 11/19/1957 and SOC 7/27/1958. 124373 converted to P4M-1Q. Crashed at Ocean View, VA 1/6/1958. 4 crewmembers killed 124374/124379 Grumman UF-1 Albatross Model G-64 124374 (c/n 10) delivered to US Navy Dec 30, 1949 124375 (c/n 13) delivered to US Navy Feb 17, 1950 124376 (c/n 16) delivered to US Navy Mar 9, 1950 124377 (c/n 19) delivered to US Navy Mar 31, 1950 124378 (c/n 22) delivered to US Navy May 8, 1950 124379 (c/n 25) delivered to US Navy May 23, 1950 124380/124414 Vought F6U-1 Pirate contract cancelled 124415/124434 Vought F7U-1 Cutlass 124429/124434 cancelled 124419 crashed on landing in Norfolk, Virginia in late October 1953. 124426 and 124427 were flown by the Blue Angels 124435/124436 Grumman XF10F-1 Jaguar Model G-83 124437/124438 Lockheed PO-1W c/n 749-2612/2613. Early warning modification of Model 749A Constellation. Redesignated WV-1 in 1952. 124437 SOC Oct 1957, sold to CAA as N7623C, sold to FAA as N119. Transferred to USAF as N1192 for storage at MASDC. Scrapped Jan 1969 124438 SOC Aug 20, 1957. To CAA as N7624C. To FAA as N120. Re-registered as N1206 with FAA Jul 21, 1966. Sold to Kansas Surplus Property Section Dec 1966. Sold to Schilling Institute, Salina, KS. Sold to Air International, Inc as N1206. Impounded Jun 1981 by sheriff for non-payment of taxes. Now in hands of private owner as N1206 and is being restored. Still on ground at Salina Airport, KS. 124439/124440 North American XA2J-1 c/n 163-1/2 124441/124503 Vought F4U-5N Corsair 124442 (VC-110) in bad takeoff from USS Philippine Sea CV-47 Sep 14, 1950 124447 to Honduras AF as FAH-602. Now at Marine Corps Museum, Quantico, VA as N100CV. Reported Spring 2004 at Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal, KS, on loan from Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA 124453 (VC-3) downed 5 enemy aircraft in night action in Korean War, flown by Lt. Guy Bordelon. Only Navy ace of the Korean War. After achieving his 5th victory on night of Jul 16, 1953, he left the plane at the base and was flown back to the USS Princeton. An Air Force Reserve pilot wrote the plane off in an accident. 124456 (VMF-513) ditched due to fuel exhaustion near Kimpo Field, Korea Aug 14, 1951. 124486 to Honduras AF as FAH-606. Sold 1979. To civil registry as N49068. Registration N494M taken up Dec 2002. 124491 (VMF-513) in bad takeoff from Pusan, Korea Jun 4, 1951. 124492 (VMF-513) hit by AAA Apr 22, 1951. 124493 to Honduras AF as FAH-608. Sold in 1979. To RNZAF Museum. On civil registry in Australia and reported Jul 2005 to be under restoration to fly at Darwin. 124495 (VC-3) hit by AAA and last seen heading over Kojo Bay, Korea Feb 8, 1952. 124501 (VC-110) engine failure after takeoff from USS Philippine Sea CV-47 Jan 27, 1951. 124502 (VC-190) crashed into water after takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 Mar 9, 1951. 124503 (VMF-513) lost power after takeoff, destroyed at Pusan Feb 20, 1951. 124504/124560 Vought F4U-5NL Corsair 124512 (VMF-513) hit by AAA 15 mi NE of Pyongyang Apr 13, 1951. 124516 (VMF-513) crashed Sep 20, 1951. 124517 (VC-3) heavy fire damage on USS Boxer (CV-21) in 1951. 124518 (VMF-513) shot down during attack near Hanp-o-ri, Korea Jul 13, 1951. 124525 (VMF-513) crashed after engine failure Dec 17, 1951. 124527 (VMF-513) crash-landed after being hit by AAA Dec 14, 1951. 124528 (VMF-513) lost during attack near Namchon-jon, Korea Jul 13, 1951. 124529 (VMF-513) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out May 27, 1951. 124530 (VMF-513) crashed near Masan-ni, Korea Jul 19, 1951. 124531 (VMF-513) lost during attack on vehicles near Yang-gu, Korea May 20, 1951. 124533 (VC-3) forced water landing after engine failure off USS Valley Forge CV-45 Dec 13, 1951. 124536 (VC-3) bad takeoff from USS Princeton CV-37 Jun 10, 1951. 124537 (VMF-513) crashed into hill at end of runway at Kimpo Airfield during bad landing Jun 28, 1952. 124538 (VC-3) crashed into water after bad takeoff from USS Antietam, Nov 13, 1951. 124541 to Argentine Navy as 0433. Damaged in landing accident Nov 6, 1964. To Museo de la Aviacion Naval, Rio Parana Delta AB, Argentina as 3-A-204. Currently airworthy as F-AZYS at le Castellet, France painted as F4U-7 133704 124550 (VMF-513) ditched near K-8, Kora Jul 10, 1952 124552 (VC-3) went off the side of USS Antietam CV-37 in bad night landing Oct 30, 1952. 124553 (VC-3) hit by AAA and made wheels-up landing in enemy territory Jan 29, 1952. 124554 (VC-3) crashed on takeoff Dec 2, 1951. 124555 (VC-3) ditched off USS Philippine Sea CV-47 after engine failure May 7, 1952. 124556 (VC-3) ditched at sea after being hit by AAA Sept 20, 1951. 124557 (VC-3) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Bon Homme Richard CV-31 Sep 21, 1951. 124558 (VC-3) crash landed and ditched, USS Essex CV-9 Aug 30, 1951. 124560 to Honduras AF as FAH-601. Still flying as NX4901W, later N4901W. Was in flyable condition with Alan Preston of Dallas, TX 124561/124569 Bell HTL-3 c/n 165/173 124562 (c/n 166) to N6878C 124563 (c/n 167) to N7036C 124564 (c/n 168) to N6051C. Was at Museum, McMinnville, OR. Jun 2006 124566 (Hedron 33) lost power and crashed in 3 fathoms of water Aug 25, 1951, crew swam to shore. 124570/124585 Lockheed TO-2 later redesignated TV-2. Assigned USAF serial numbers 49-934, 49-2758/2772 for administrative purposes. Redesignated T-33B in 1962. 124586/124587 Douglas XF4D-1 Skyray c/n 7463/7464 124586 first flight Jan 23, 1951. damaged during survivability tests Jan 5, 1956. SOC Jan 11, 1956. Used for fire-fighting practice and destroyed in the 1980s. 124587 set world speed record of 752.944 mph 10/3/53. This plane was delivered to GE Flight Test at Edwards AFB Jul 1955 and performed flight tests on J79 and CJ805. Returned to US Navy May 1960. Now on outside display at US Naval Museum of Armament and Technology, China Lake, CA. 124588/124594 Piasecki HUP-1 Retriever 124595/124664 Douglas F3D-2 Skyknight c/n 7465/7534 (El Segundo c/ns) 124598 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. 124599 SOC while stored at NAS China Lake, CA Dec 12, 1958. 124610 to MASDC Aug 31, 1968 as VH0001, then VH0004, then 4F0004 124618 derelict in parking lot at MCAS Quantico. Reported 2009 to be in storage at USMC Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA. Not seen in carpark in 1998. 124620 at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI. 124623 (VMF-513) contact lost during night patrol Aug 15, 1952. Search result negative. 124625 (VMF-513) engines exploded, crashed into water Sept 1, 1952. 124629 (TF-10B) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. 124630 (c/n 7500) on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA. Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, CA 124663 to MASDC as 4F0015, VH0003 Jun 1, 1970. 124665/124709 Vought F4U-5N Corsair 124692 to Honduras AF as FAH-607. Recovered incomplete in 1978. Restored and flew as N45NL Feb 20, 1997. Ditched off New Smyrna Beach Apr 4, 1997 and recovered Apr 13, 1997. Again restored and first flew Sep 22, 2003. Made wheels-up landing at New Smyrna Beach Sep 24, 2003 when right undercarriage leg failed to extend. May be repairable. Seen at Corsair Fly-In in CT May 29, 2005. 124710/124724 Vought F4U-5NL Corsair 124665 converted to XAU-1 124692 to Honduras AF as FAH-607. Returned to USA under civilian ownership in 1979. To Collings Foundation 1988 and rebuilt 1988-1997. Registered as N45NL Jan 6, 1997. Ditched off New Smyrna Beach, FL Mar 4, 1997 after engine failure; recovered after 2 weeks under water and allegedly to be rebuilt. Seen at Sun'n'Fun, Lakeland, FL Apr 2004, so presumably repaired. Seen at Langley AFB 2009 Air Show Apr 26, 2009. 124715 to Honduras AF as FAH-609. Shot down one Salvadoran AF Cavalier F-51D and two Goodyear FG-1Ds Jul 17, 1969 during last known air combat between piston-engined aircraft. WFU in 1981. On display at Museo del Aire, Honduras. 124722 (VC-3) suffered engine failure and made forced night water landing in Wonsan Harbor, Korea Mar 27, 1952. 124724 to civil registry as N49051(ntu), then to Honduras as FAH-600. To US civil registry as NX4901E. Sold to French user 1979 as F-AZEG Reported Jul 2008 to be under restoration with Amicale Jean-Baptiste Salis, La Ferte Alais, France 124725/124760 Douglas AD-4N Skyraider c/n 7535/7570. Three-seat night attack version 124725/124760 converted to AD-4NL with anti-icing and de-icing equipment, wing armament increased 124731 (VC-35) stalled on landing Philippine Sea CV-47 off NAS San Diego, CA 12/05/1951. Pilot OK. 124743 (VC-35) last seen with engine smoking, 2 parachutes seen Dec 13, 1951. 124744 (VA-195) crashed at sea Jun 8, 1952. 124745 (VMC-1) crashlanded at Cho-do due to engine problems Mar 3, 1953. 124761/124777 Douglas AD-4W Skyraider c/n 7571/7587. Three-seat AEW Version 124761 after major overhaul in 1953, delivered Sep 16, 1953 to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WV108 but painted with incorrect serial WT761 (last 3 digits of BuNo, but retained by RN). Made flapless landing on HMS Eagle Aug 29, 1957, touched down heavily on rounddown and starboard undercarriage collapsed. To long term storage at Royal Navy Air Yard at Donibristle Sep 6, 1957. SOC Dec 26, 1958 and broken up for spares. Serial WV108 was not used. 124762 (VF-54) in launch accident from USS Essex CV-9 Sep 14, 1951, pilot and crew rescued 124765 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm May 15, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT966. To Scottish Aviation as spares source Feb 12, 1963, although not formally SOC from RN until Mar 18, 1963 124768 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WT968. SOC Feb 25, 1959 for reduction to spares. 124771 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm Sep 25, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WT967. To Scottish Aviation as spares source Feb 7, 1963, although not formally SOC from RN until Mar 18, 1963. 124772 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm Mar 31, 1953 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV183. DBR when drifted off deck into port catwalk of HMS Albion during deck landing practice Feb 9, 1960. Wreck offloaded in Malta Feb 13, 1960 and disposed of locally. 124773 (VC-11) lost power while landing on USS Antietam (CV-36) and crashed into sea Oct 22, 1951. 3 crewmembers rescued. 124774 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WV182. SOC Feb 14, 1962 and to Scottish Aviation, converted for target towing, first flight after conversion Mar 7, 163 with Class B registration G-31-10. To Svensk Flygjanst Mar 26, 1963 as SE-EBG. Last flown Oct 4, 1974 and subsequently scrapped at Malmo-Sturup. 124777 after service with USN and major overhaul, went to Fleet Air Arm Apr 24, 1956 as Skyraider AEW.1 WV185. SOC May 15, 1962 and to Scottish Aviation, where it was converted for target towing, first flight after conversion Apr 4, 1963 with Class B registragion G-31-11. To Svensk Flygjianst Apr 26, 1963 as SE-EBI. Last flown Aug 15, 1973. SOC Apr 8, 1974 and donated to Flygvapenmuseum, Malment Reported still there May 2002, but in storage. 124778 Grumman AF-2S Guardian Air AntiSub Sq 37. Overside landing on USS Kula Gulf 11/13/1953. No injuries. 124779 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124780 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124781 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124782 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124783 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124784 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124785 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124786 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124787 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124788 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124789 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124790 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124791 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124792 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124793 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124794 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124795 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124796 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124797 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124798 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124799 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124800 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124801 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124802 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124803 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124804 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124805 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124806 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124807 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124808 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124809 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124810 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124811 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124812 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124813 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124814 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124815 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124816 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124817 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124818 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124819 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124820 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124821 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124822 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124823 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124824 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124825 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124826 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124827 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124828 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124829 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124830 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124831 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124832 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124833 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124834 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124835 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124836 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124837 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124838 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124839 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124840 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124841 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124842 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124843 Grumman AF-2W Guardian lost with VS-931 Aug 2, 1952 off USS Sicily (CVE-118) 124844 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124845 Grumman AF-2W Guardian VS-31 ditched on landing on USS Valley Forge 3/10/1954. No injuries. 124846 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124847 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124848 Grumman AF-2S Guardian 124849 Grumman AF-2W Guardian 124850/124864 North American AJ-1 Savage c/n 169-1/15 124850 DBR Aug 1955 124851 retired Nov 1957 124852 w/o Oct 27, 1956 124853 DBR May 1957 124854 (VC-8) crashed in emergency landing Naples, Italy July 20, 1955. 3 crew killed. 124855 (VAH-5) DBR Oct 1956 124856 retired Jul 1957 124857 DBR Oct 1956 124858 DBR Jan 1956 124859 retired Jun 1958 124860 retired Oct 1957 124861 DBR Feb 1957 124862 retired Oct 1957 124863 DBR Jan 1953 124864 (VAH-5) DBR Sep 8, 1956 in emergency landing aboard USS Coral Sea. Hook broke off and aircraft skidded into parked aircraft on deck, damaging 13 aircraft. 124865/124909 Lockheed P2V-5 Neptune Most converted to P2V-5F - redesignated P-2E in 1962. 124874 (VP-7) hit Mt Pu Kaua in bad weather during landing approach to NAS Barbers Point, HI Jan 21, 1954. 8 killed. 124876 (c/n 426-5014) to US Forest Service at Medford, OR for spares in 1969. Scrapped. 124884 (VP-812) w/o 12/13/51 in takeoff accident at NAS Whidbey Island, WA. 124886 (VP-1) lost Jan 2, 1953. 124899 (VP-6) lost off Kauai Dec 7, 1955. 7 crewmembers lost. 124901 (VP-18) ditched off Keflavik, Iceland Oct 9, 1953. 9 killed. 124904 (c/n 426-5044) to civil registry as N175Z USFS. First borate conversion at Medford, OR by Dec69. To N126Z with USFS. Later with Evergreen Helicopters, Inc, McMinnville, OR as N208EV. Noted stored at Marana in 1997 still as N126Z. N208EV cancelled Jun 18, 2013. 124910/124914 Martin P5M-1 Marlin 124911 was the first to be delivered to US Navy. Used as electronics test aircraft. Assigned to VP-49, coded LP-12 at NOB Bermuda, named "Durtche's Dilemma" 124915/124929 Piasecki HUP-1 Retriever 142916 (c/n 9) to civil registry as N7832C 124925 to civil registry as N183YP. Crashed and burned near Adelanto, CA Nov 7, 2009. 3 killed. 124930/124939 Lockheed TO-2 Later redesignated TV-2. Assigned USAF serial numbers 50-328/329/338/339/340/341/342/349,350, and 351 for administrative purposes. Redesignated T-33B in 1962. 124930 force landed on Plymouth golf course, MA Dec 15, 1950 124933 (c/n 580-5301) crashlanded at Mathis Field, TX Aug 31, 1950. Restored and displayed at the Military Honor Park and Museum, South Bend, Indiana Mar 2008. 124940/125029 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee 124940/124949 C/n 236/245 124950/124955 C/n 247/252 124956/124959 C/n 254/257 124960/124963 C/n 259/262 124964/124967 C/n 264/267 124968/124974 C/n 269/275 124975/124981 C/n 277/283 124982/124990 C/n 285/293 124991/125003 C/n 295/307 125004/125009 C/n 309/314 125010/125014 C/n 316/320 125015/125016 C/n 322/323 125017/125020 C/n 325/328 125021/125023 C/n 330/332 125024/125025 C/n 334/335 125026/125027 C/n 337/338 125028/125029 C/n 340/341 124945 (VF-172) shot down by AAA Jan 18, 1952. 124959 (VF-172) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Essex CV-9 Oct 26, 1951. 124966 (VF-172) struck by landing aircraft on USS Essex CV-9 Sep 16, 1951. 124968 (VF-172) crashlanded on USS Essex CV-9 and burst into flames Sep 16, 1951. 124978 (VM-172) struck by landing aircraft on USS Essex CV-9 Sept 16, 1951. 124988 (c/n 291) at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar. Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, MCAS El Toro, CA 125030/125031 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee c/n 343/344. Fighter-bomber version 125032/125053 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee 125032/125033 C/n 346/347 125034/125035 C/n 349/350 125036/125037 C/n 352/353 125038/125039 C/n 355/356 125040/125042 C/n 358/360 125043/125044 C/n 362/363 125045/125047 C/n 365/367 125048/125049 C/n 369/370 125050/125051 C/n 372/373 125052/125053 C/n 375/376 125052 on display on USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX 125054 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee c/n 378. Fighter-bomber version. SOC at NAS Cherry Point Jan 28, 1958 125055 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 379 125056 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee c/n 381. Fighter-bomber versin 125057 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 382 125058/125059 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee Fighter-bomber version 125058 c/n 383 125059 c/n 385 125060 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee 125060 c/n 386. (VF-11) shot down by AAA 15 mi W of Wonsan, Korea Dec 30, 1952. 125061/125062 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee Fighter-bomber version c/n 388/389 125063 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 391 125064 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee c/n 392. Fighter-bomber version 125065 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 394 125066/125067 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee Fighter-bomber version 125066 c/n 395 125067 c/n 397 125068 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee 125068 c/n 398 125069/125070 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee Fighter-bomber version c/n 400/401 125071 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 403 125072/125079 McDonnell F2H-2P Banshee Reconnaissance version 125072 C/n 246 125073 C/n 253 125074 C/n 258 125075 C/n 263 125076 C/n 268 125077 C/n 276 125078 C/n 284 125079 C/n 294 125080 Grumman F9F-5 Panther 125081 Grumman F9F-4 Panther Model G-79. Modified to test photo recon camera installations and later as testbed for boundary layer control system. 125082 Grumman F9F-5 Panther 125083/125155 Grumman F9F-2 Panther 125083 (VMF-311) engine flamed out and crashed short of runway 2 mi NE of (K-3) Pohang AB, South Korea Sep 30, 1952. Pilot killed 125086 (VF-23) midair collision with 125111 near El Centro, CA 4/11/1951. Pilot bailed out. 125087 (VMF-311) in midair collision with USAF L-19 May 11, 1952, no egress noted. 125090 in bad landing on USS Antietam CV-36 Nov 4, 1951 and crashed into parked aircraft. 125093 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0426 Dec 1958. Coded 3-A-111, later 3-A-116 125094 (VF-837, F9F-2B) ditched after launch from USS Antietam (CV-36) in Yellow Sea Jan 17, 1952. Pilot survived and was rescued by Navy helicopter. 125096 (VF-837, F9F-2B) ditched in Yellow Sea near USS Antietam (CV-36) while returning from a mission due to engine flameout Feb 4, 1952. Pilot survived was was rescued by Navy HO3S-1 helicopter. 125102 (VF-51) lost in combat mission 9/4/1951. Pilot KIA. 125104 (VF-52) shot down by AAA near Chosin Reservoir May 2, 1952. 125106 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) engine flamed out and crashed on runway at K-3 Oct 16, 1951. 125107 (VMF-311, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA Aug 12, 1951. Pilot KIA. 125110 (VF-52) shot down by AAA Mar 17, 1952. 125111 (VF-23) midair collision with 125086 near El Centro, CA 4/11/1951. Pilot killed. 125112 (VF-52) rolled of deck of USS Valley Forge CV-45 during swell Jan 11, 1952. 125115 (VMF-311) crashed on takeoff from (K-3) Pohang AB, South Korea May 18, 1952. Pilot was injured and survived. 125116 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0421 Dec 1958. Coded 3-A-106. Preserved Puerto Belgrano naval base, Bahia Blanca in 2011. 125117 (VF-23, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA over North Korea Jul 28, 1951. Pilot KIA 125121 (VM-52) crash landed in water Dec 28, 1951. 125122 (VF-51) from USS Essex (CV-9) sliced through a cable strung by the North Koreans expressly for the purpose of bringing down aircraft. Aircraft lost elevator control but was able to fly back to K-3 and pilot bailed out Sep 3, 1951. Pilot was Ens. Neil Armstrong, later to be the first man to walk on the Moon. 125128 (VF-51) struck by landing aircraft F2H-2 124968 which crashed on USS Essex CV-9 Sep 16, 1951. 7 killed. 125131 (VF-51) struck by landing aircraft F2H-2 124968which crashed on USS Essex CV-9 Sep 16, 1951. Destroyed in fire and exploded while parked on deck. 125133 (VF-31) flew into water during night landing at Guantanamo Bay 7/31/1951. Pilot killed. 125135 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0418 Dec 1958. Coded 3-A-103 125136 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0419 Dec 1958. Coded 3-A-104 125137 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0427 Dec 1958. Coded 3-A-112, later 3-A-117 125139 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0447 Apr 1963. Coded 3-A-113, later 3-A-109 125140 (VF-51) spun in on landing at NAS San Diego, CA 4/18/1951. Pilot killed. 125144 (F9F-2B) to Argentine Navy as 0448 Apr 1963. Coded 3-A-115 125145 (VF-721, F9F-2B) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Yangdok, North Korea Nov 21, 1952. Pilot KIA. 125146 (VF-51) ran out of fuel in flight off Leyte 9/5/1951 and ditched. 125149 to Argentine Navy as 0416 Nov 1958. Coded 3-A-101. Destroyed on ground Apr 3, 1963 by Argentine Air Force air strike at Punto Indio to squash Argentine Navy coup 125155 at one time was at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT. 125156/125227 Grumman F9F-4 Panther Many completed as F9F-5. 125168 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain Sep 10, 1952. 125170 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain Sep 10, 1952 125173 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain Sept 10, 1952. 125177 at one time was at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. 125178 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain Sept 10, 1952. 125180 (F9F-4) at Lion's Park, Costa Mesa, CA 125181 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain Sept 10, 1952. 125182 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain Sept 10, 1952. 125183 (F9F-5) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ 125186 to Argentine Navy as 0417 Dec 1958. Coded 3-A-102. Destroyed on ground Apr 3, 1963 by Argentine Air Force air strike at Punto Indio to squash Argentine Navy coup. Fuselage to Naval Aviation School 1969 125189 (VMF-115) downed during combat mission Apr 20, 1952. 125193 (VMF-115) crashed due to explosion in cockpit after takeoff from K-3, Apr 23, 1952. 125197 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. 125203 (VMF-115) in midair collision with F9F-4 125215 near Yongwol, Korea Mar 26, 1952. 125211 (VMF-115) shot down by AAA Jan 19, 1953. 125215 (VMF-323) in midair collision with F9F-4 125203 near Yongwol, Korea Mar 26, 1952. 125219 (VMF-115) missing in action Dec 3, 1952. 125223 (VMF-115) diverted to K-3 due to bad weather and crashed into mountain Sept 10, 1952. 125228/125313 Grumman F9F-5 Panther 125228 hit ramp on landing on Midway 7/23/1951. Pilot injured. 125240 fitted with experimental nose-mounted inflight refuelling probe. 125283 was with Blue Angels. Damaged in midair collision at Corpus Christi, TX Jul 7, 1952. 125286 was Blue Angels #4. Crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Jul 7, 1952. Pilot ejected but did not leave seat and was killed. 125295 owned by US National Museum of Naval Avation. Noted summer 2003 at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL 125312 (VF-122) fell overboard from USS Oriskany CVA-34 in rough seas 125316 noted Oct 1996 at WASP Aviation Museum, Quartzite, AZ, apparently now (2004) at USS Hornet, Alameda, painted as 123517. 125314/125321 Grumman F9F-5P Panther Model G-79. Unarmed reconnaissance aircraft. 125316 was at Pioneer's Park, Mesa, AZ. Later on display at USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, California 125322/125409 Vought F7U-2 Cutlass contract cancelled 125410/125411 Vought F7U-3 Cutlass contract cancelled 125412/125413 Douglas XA3D-1 Skywarrior c/n 7588/7589 125412 To NATC Patuxent River, Maryland. diverted to ground training, Memphis TN. 125413 was on display aboard USS Intrepid, New York, now (2005) at Johnstown-Fulton Co, NY. 125414/125443 Grumman F9F-5 Panther 125418 (VF-72) ditched on takeoff from FDR 7/20/1951. 125428 (VF-122) hit by AAA over Wonsan, North Korea Apr 20, 1953 and crashed 10 Mi E of Hodo Pando Peninsula, North Korea, in the Sea of Japan Apr 20, 1953. Pilot KIA. 125429 (VF-153) ditched in Sea of Japan after engine flamed out Jul 9, 1953. Rescued by Navy helicopter from (K-18) Kangnung AB, South Korea. 125434 in 1997 was operated by R. A. Christgau of Edina, MN as N1332F. Registered to James Dale Aug 6, 2013, no airworthiness certificate 125444/125445 McDonnell XF3H-1 Demon 125444 first flight Aug 7, 1951. Destroyed soon after first flight 125446 Kaman K-225 prototype Did not have military designation 125447/125476 Grumman F9F-5 Panther Contract cancelled, and delivered as 125414/125443 125477/125478 Kaman K-225 prototypes Did not have military designations. 125477 reengined by 175 hp Boeing 502-2 to become world's first turbine helicopter. Noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA 125479/125488 Douglas A2D-1 Skyshark c/n 7590/7599 125480 suffered gearbox failure and crashed near Lake Los Angeles Aug 5, 1954. Pilot ejected safely. 125485/125488 completed but not flown. 125485 later donated to Ontario Air museum. When this museum went defunct, placed in storage. Later given to Planes of Fame Museum minus it engine. Noted at Chino, CA Oct 5, 1994 under restoration to static display condition and looking substantially complete. Was trucked to Idaho Falls Airport and restored to display status by Pacific Fighters. 125489/125499 Grumman F9F-5 Panther 125495 (VF-153) shot down by AAA and shrshed N of Tanchon, 10 mi SWo of Songjon, North Korea Mar 17, 1953. Pilot KIA. 125500 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee c/n 404. Fighter-bomber version 125501 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 406 125502 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee c/n 407. Fighter-bomber version 125503 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 409. Crashed Jul 10, 1952. Pilot killed. 125504/125505 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee Fighter-bomber version 125504 c/n 410 125505 c/n 412 125506/125515 Sikorsky HO4S-1 For US Navy. c/n and delivery dates from helis.com 125506 (c/n 55006) delivered to US Navy Aug 31, 1950. noted Sep 5, 1987 at Florence Air and Missile Museum, Florence, SC. Later on display at Texas Air Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, TX. In 2014 was at Historic Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas 125507 (c/n 55007) delivered to US Navy Dec 7, 1950. Preserved at El Mirage 125508 (c/n 55008) delivered to US Navy Dec 8, 1950. 125509 (c/n 55009) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1951. to US Coast Guard as 5509 125510 (c/n 55010) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1951. 125511 (c/n 55011) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1951. 125512 (c/n 55012) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1951. To civil registry as N9006R, expired Dec 31, 2013. 125513 (c/n 55013) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1951. to civil registry as N9756Z, cancelled Aug 7, 2013. 125514 (c/n 55014) delivered to US Navy Feb 23, 1951. 125515 (c/n 55015) delivered to US Navy Feb 23, 1951. Preserved at Pensacola Museum, but was originally a Navy CH-19, displayed in Coast Guard markings. 125516/125527 Sikorsky HO5S-1 S-52-3 for US Marine Corps 125516 (c/n 52009) to N6994C 125517 (c/n 52010) to N8002E. In 2013 was in Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy center Museum at Dulles Airport 125518 (c/n 52011) 125519 (c/n 52012) at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. 125520 (c/n 52013) 125521 (c/n 52014) 125522 (c/n 52015) 125523 (c/n 52016) 125524 (c/n 52017) 125525 (c/n 52018) 125526 (c/n 52019) to N4645S 125527 (c/n 52020) 125528/125531 Kaman HOK-1 Redesignated OH-43D in 1962. 125528 to N5160Q May 1970. 125532 Hiller HTE-1 UH-12A from Army evaluated by Navy 125533/125648 Grumman F9F-5 Panther 125539 crashed SW of Wrightwood in San Gabriel Mountain, CA Feb 2, 1957. Pilot killed. 125544 (VMF-311) hit by small arms fire and ditched near friendly territory Jul 17, 1953. 125557 (VF-153) shot down by AAA Jul 20, 1953. 125573 (VF-153) ditched due to low fuel Jun 13, 1953. 125595 (VA-52) crashed into mountain Jan 28, 1955. Pilot killed. 125598 appeared in the motion picture *Bridges Of Toko-Ri* 125649 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 413 125650/125651 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee c/n 415/416. Fighter-bomber version 125652 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 418 125653/125654 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee Fighter-bomber version 125653 c/n 419 125654 c/n 421 125655 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 422 125656/125657 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee c/n 424/425. Fighter-bomber version 125658 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee c/n 427 125659/125662 McDonnell F2H-2B Banshee Fighter-bomber version 125659 C/n 428 125660/125661 C/n 430/431 125662 C/n 433 125663/125679 McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee 125663 C/n 434 125664 C/n 436 125665/125666 C/n 438/439 125667 C/n 441 125668 C/n 443 125669/125670 C/n 445/446 125671/125672 C/n 448/449 125673 C/n 451 125674 C/n 453 125675 C/n 455 125676 C/n 457 125677 C/n 459. SOC at NAS China Lake Dec 17, 1958 125678/125679 C/n 461/462 125680/125706 McDonnell F2H-2P Banshee Reconnaissance version 125680 C/n 308 125681 C/n 315 125682 C/n 321 125683 C/n 324 125684 C/n 329 125685 C/n 333 125686 C/n 336 125687 C/n 339 125688 C/n 342 125689 C/n 345 125690 C/n 348 125691 C/n 351 125692 C/n 354 125693 C/n 357 125694 C/n 361 125695 C/n 364 125696 C/n 368 125697 C/n 371 125698 C/n 374 125699 C/n 377 125700 C/n 380 125701 C/n 384 125702 C/n 387 125703 C/n 390 125704 C/n 393 125705 C/n 396 125706 C/n 399 125684 (VMJ-1) hit by AAA and crashed on landing at K-14 Aug 29, 1952. 125688 (VF-11) shot down by AAA near Wonsan, Korea Jan 23, 1953. 125690 (c/n 348) owned by National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY. Noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Museum, Elmira, NY. In 2012 was at Pima Air Museum. On loan from the Marine Corps Museum at Quantico, Virginia. 125707/125764 Douglas AD-4N Skyraider c/n 7600/7657 125709 (VC-35) vanished during night mission Jan 28, 1953. 125710 (VC-35) hit by AA and ditched near Yang-do Aug 8, 1952. 125712 (VC-35) bad takeoff from USS Kearsarge CV-33 Oct 5, 1952. 125714 to French AF as No. 16. W/o Apr 4, 1963 125715 to French AF as No. 13, then to Cambodian AF 125716 (c/n 7609) to USN Apr 27, 1952. To storage at Litchfield Park, AZ 1958. To French AF May 27, 1960 as No. 11, then 20-QJ, then 20-QL. To Chad AF in 1974. Recovered from Chad and restored as F-AZFN 125717 to French AF As No. 4. W/o Jul 24, 1972 125718 to French AF as No. 6 125719 to French AF as No. 89 125721 to French AF as No. 8, then to Cambodian AF 125722 to French AF as No. 9, then to Cambodian AF 125724 to French AF as No. 23, then to Camobdian AF 125728 to French AF as No. 10. W/o Oct 23, 1960 125732 to French AF as No. 27. W/o Jun 17, 1963 125734 to French AF as No. 24, then to Cambodian AF 125735 to French AF as No. 40 125738 (VC-35) lost radio contact Jul 14, 1953. 125739 (c/n 7632) reported 1979 at Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT. In 2009 was at China Lake NWS. 125740 to French AF as No. 12. W/o May 7, 1962 125741 to French AF as No. 86. W/o Aug 20, 1972 125742/125764 converted to AD-4NA. These were redesignated A-1D in 1962. 125742 hit by AAA Jun 3, 1953 and pilot bailed out near Sin-Do Island, Wonsan Harbor, Korea. 125744 to French AF as No. 26 125746 to French AF as No. 31, then to Cambodian AF 125749 to French AF as No. 76 125754 (AD-4NA, VF-194) ditched after bad takeoff from USS Boxer CVA-21 Jun 15, 1953. 125755 to French AF as No. 32. W/o Jun 30, 1969 125756 (VF-194) hit by AAA May 17, 1953 and ditched offshore from Tanchon, Korea. 125757 (VA-155) crashed Jul 12, 1953. 125762 to French AF as No. 39, then to Cambodian AF 125765/125782 Douglas AD-4W Skyraider c/n 7658/7675 125772 to Fleet Air Arm as Skyraider AEW.1 WV183 125783/125882 Douglas F3D-2 Skyknight c/n 7977/8076 Redesignated EF-10B in 1962. 125786 (VMCJ-1) crashed in Vietinam Mar 24, 1967. Both crew killed. 125793 (VMCJ-1) crashed in Vietnam 17, 1968. Both crew killed 125806 (VMCJ-1) crashed into sea off Vietnam Jul 31, 1965. Both crew killed. 125807 (c/n 8001) noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS. Still there Oct 2006. Served with USN until 1969 when it was transferred to the Raytheon Company and used for missile development. Had a fuel cell failure in 1981 while flying out of Holloman AFB, NM, made a gear up landing and never flew again. Was cannibalized for spare parts until trucked to the Air Combat Museum in 1990. 125817 (VMF-513) lost Jun 4, 1953. 125818 (VMCJ-3) crashed at MCAS El Toro Aug 19, 1963 125831 (VMCJ-1) crashed into sea off vietnam Jan 16, 1968. Both crew killed. 125850 at Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA. 125870 reported 2009 to be at Korean War Memorial, Lakewood, CA painted as 127039. 125883/125892 Douglas F3D-3 Skyknight Contract cancelled 125893/125912 Grumman F9F-5 Panther 125913/125948 Grumman F9F-4 Panther Many delivered as F9F-5. 125925 seen 2006 in restoration hangar of Valiant Air Command museum, Titusville, FL 125949/126256 Grumman F9F-5 Panther 125963 (VF-122) crashed at sea due to flameout Apr 13, 1953. 125967 hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan harbor Jan 18, 1953. 125975 (VF-51) ditched in Sea of Japan after takeoff from USS Valley Forge (CVA-45) Feb 24, 1952. Pilot rescued by Navy helicopter Ho3S-1 from USS Los Angeled (CA-135) 125992 to VMF 224 in 1952. To NAS Atsugi and Yokosuka in 1953. to NAS Alamada and MCAS El Toro and ended up in Naval Reserve NAS Minneapolis. Retured Jul 1959. For a couple of decades locate at Winona's Lake Park. Moved to Max Conrad Field in 1980s. Moved to Bowling Green-Warren County RAP in Jan 2008 for restoration for Aviation Heritage Park. In 2012 was on display at Aviation Heritage Park, Bowling Green, Kentucky. 126000 appeared in *Bridges of Toko-Ri* 126002 (VMF-311) fuel starvation due to bad weather and crashed near K-3 May 6, 1953. 126006 (VMF-311) pilot bailed out over Sea of Japan near Pusan, Korea Jul 17, 1953. 126032 (VMF-311) list in operational accicent in South Korea Mar 13, 1953. Pilot survived 126041 (VMF-311) pilot bailed out over Sea of Japan near Pusan, Korea Jul 17, 1953. 126073 (VMF-311) ammo caught fire due to blast from another aircraft Jul 17, 1953. 126081 (VMF-311) crash landed due to battle damage Mar 23, 1953. 126099 (VF-51) shot down by AAA S of Wonsan, North Korea Mar 9, 1953. Pilot KIA. 126109 (VMF-311) hit by small arms fire and landed at K-13 on fire Feb 16, 1953. Pilot was Ted Williams, the famous baseball player. 126124 (VF-153) crashed into Sea of Japan on takeoff from USS Princeton (CVA-37) and sank right away Apr 25, 1953. Pilot killed. 126152 (VF-781) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea, Feb 2, 1953. 126159 (VA-153) hit by AAA Apr 21, 1953 and ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea. 126189 (VMF-311) ditched due to fuel starvation in bad weather near Kangea, Korea May 6, 1953. Pilot rescued 126190 (VF-51) hit by AAA near Kowon, North Korea Apr 1, 1953. Able to fly out to sea where pilot ejected and was rescued, but suffered back injury. 126203 (VF-153) hit by AAA, ditched in Sea of Japan and disintegrated on impact May 6, 1953 126204 (VF-111) ran out of fuel and ditched at sea Jun 19, 1953. 126213 (VF-153) ditched May 6, 1953 near Tanchon, Korea. 126219 (VF-122) crashed on takeoff from USS Oriskany CVA-34 Mar 22, 1953. 126225 appeared in *Bridges Of Toko-Ri* 126226 on display at the Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS. Still there Mar 2009. 126250 (VF-154) hit side of mountain in Korea Apr 23, 1953.