US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (130265 to 135773)


Last revised September 26, 2014


130265/130351		Martin P5M-1 Marlin 
				130265 (VP-56) w/o Apr 9, 1955 on night takeoff in Willoughby Bay when it crashed into seawall at
					NAS Norfolk, VA.  4 killed.
				130266 assigned to VP-49, coded LP-9 at NOB Bermuda.  Named "The Cat of Nine Lives".
				130269 (VP-48) w/o when crashed shortly after takeoff from Iwakuni, Japan Apr 6, 1958.  8 killed.
				130271 assigned to FASRON 111 at NAS Bermuda in 1954.
				130304 (VP-46) ran into a coral reef Aug 1958 near Pakung Island, Pescadores Islands, ripping a large
					gash in the bottom.  Sunk during recovery attempt, but later refloated.
130352			Douglas YA3D-1 Skywarrior
				c/n 9253.  First flight Sep 16, 1953 at El Segundo, CA.  Tail turret removed and redesignated YA-3A in 1962.  SOC after June 1965 inflight accident at NARF Alameda.
130353/130363		Douglas A3D-1 Skywarrior
				c/n 9254/9264.  Redesignated A-3A in 1962.
				130356, 130360/130363 modified as A3D-1Q electronic recon aircraft.  Redesignated EA-3A
					in 1962.
				130353 to NA-3A. Lost in ground collision Oct 27, 1964.
				130354 to MASDC as 2A0028 Dec 12, 1965.  Salvaged at MASDC
				130355 flight tested in 1959 with J75-P-2 engines.  SOC at Litchfield Park, AZ May 1965.
				130356 modified as YA3D-1Q.  (VQ-2) lost near Port Lyautey, Morocco Oct 16, 1958
				130357 scrapped at NARF Alameda Feb 1970
				130358 modified as YA3D-1P 5-seat experimental reconnaissance version (later redesignated NRA-3A).  
					On display at Johnsville.  Also reported as being salvaged in Dec 1964.
				130359 crashed near Edwards AFB Oct 29, 1955.
				130360 scrapped 1/58 after accident near Port Lyautey, Morocco (VQ-2).
				130361 (YEA-3A) to MASDC as 2A0039.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				130362 scrapped after inflight accident May 28, 1959 with VQ-1 at Iwakuni, Japan.
				130363 to NMC Point Mugu.  Modifed as NEA-3A.  With VQ-1 crashed at NAF Iwakuni, Japan, unknown date.  
					Scrapped at Point Mugu 1/70.
130364/130388		Grumman AF-3S Guardian
				Model G-82
				130377 (VS-36) overside landing USS Gilbert Islands (CVE-107) 2/27/1954.  No injuries.
130389/130404		Grumman AF-2W Guardian
				Model G-82
				130398 (VS-24) ditched on takeoff from USS Leyte 1/14/1954.  No injuries.
130405/130421		North American AJ-2 Savage
				c/n 184-1/17
				130405 retired Jan 1959
				130406 retired Dec 1959
				130407 w/o Jul 3, 1956
				130408 retired Dec 1959
				130409 retired Aug 1958
				130410 w/o Aug 23, 1955
				130411 retired Mar 1958
				130412 retired May 1958
				130413 retired Jan 1959
				130414 retired Jan 1959
				130415 retired Jan 1959
				130416 with VAH-15.  DBR Dec 1958
				130417 retired Jul 1958
				130418 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. The plane
					became N101Z and N68667.  While N68667, it became the Avco 502
					fanjet testbed.
				130419 DBR Aug 1956
				130420 retired Jan 1959
				130421 retired Jan 1959
130422/130425		North American AJ-2P Savage
				c/n 183-1/4
				130422 retired Feb 1960
				130423 retired Mar 1957
				130424 retired Feb 1959
				130425 DBR Sep 1958
130426/130462		Douglas F3D-2 Skyknight
				contract cancelled
130463/130739		Douglas F3D-3 Skyknight
				contract cancelled
130740/130751		Douglas F4D-1 Skyray
				Redesignated F-6A in 1962
				130745 crashed at NAS China Lake, CA Oct 21, 1960.  Plane stalled and flipped over on its back while
					simulating carrier takeoffs.  Pilot killed.
130752/131062		Grumman F9F-7 Cougar
				Model G-93.  Redesignated F-9H in 1962.
				130763 at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY
				130783 converted to F9F-7K.  SOC Feb 3, 1961.
				130786 converted to F9F-7K. SOC Jul 16, 1959.
				130791 converted to F9F-7K.  Expended as target at China Lake, CA May 10, 1961.  SOC Sep 14, 1961.
				130802 converted to drone status in 1965 as F9F-6K2.  Later
					redesignated F-9H and SOC Oct 1962.  Now on display at 
					National Warplane Museum, Elmira-Corning, New York
				130805 converted to F9F-7K. Crashed at China Lake, CA Dec 17, 1959
				130810 converted to F9F-7K.  SOC Apr 20, 1960.
				130828 at NAS Johnsville in 1961
				130830 converted to F9F-7K.  SOC Jun 8, 1961.
				130837 converted to F9F-7K2.  Crashed into approach lights on landing at China Lake, CA Apr 5, 1961.  SOC Jun 1, 1961.
				130842 converted to F9F-7K.  SOC Nov 16, 1960.
				130862 converted to test the feasibility of flexdeck operations
				130853 converted to test the feasibility of flexdeck operations
				130865 converted to F9F-7K.  SOC Mar 31, 1960.
				130867 converted to F9F-7K.  Crashed at China Lake, CA May 19, 1960.
				130872 converted to F9F-7K.  SOC Jun 15, 1961.
				130877 converted to F9F-7K.  SOC Mar 21, 1961.
				130882 converted to F9F-7K.  SOC Aug 25, 1960
				130886 converted to QF-9G. SOC Jan 30, 1970.
				130905 converted to F9F-7K. Crashed at China Lake, CA Oct 27, 1959.
				130913 converted to F9F-7K.  Crashed at China Lake, CA Nov 23, 1960.
				130920/131062 delivered as F9F-6
					130942 converted to F9F-6K.  SOC Jun 14, 1960
					130957 converted to F9F-6D. SOC while stored at China Lake, CA Apr 17, 1959.
					130958 converted to F9F-6K.  SOC Jan 28, 1960.
					130959 converted to QF-9G. Expended as target at China Lake, CA Feb 17, 1965. SOC Mar 1, 1965.
					130966 converted to QF-9G. SOC Nov 24, 1964
					130971 converted to F9F-6K. SOC Oct 21, 1959.
					130981 converted to QF-9G. SOC Jul 17, 1964.
					130985 damaged by crashing F2H-3 126427 aboard USS Midway Mar 31, 1954
					130992 converted to QF-9G. SOC Feb 18, 1964.
					130999 converted to QF-9G. SOC Jun 18, 1964.
					131004 damaged by crashing F2H-3 126427 aboard USS Midway Mar 31, 1954
					131037 converted to F9F-6K2.  SOC Sep 8, 1961.
					131042 converted to QF-9G. SOC Feb 10, 1967
					131061 converted to F9F-6K. Crashed at China Lake, CA Oct 6, 1959. SOC Oct 19, 1959.
131063/131251		Grumman F9F-8 Cougar
				Model G-99.  Redesignated F-9J in 1962
				131063 at Pate Museum, Bourland, TX.  In 2009 was on loan to Texas Air Museum Caproc Chapter, Lubbock, TX
				131074 to TAF-9J
				131205 was Blue Angels No 1
				131208 was Blue Angels No 2.
				131208 was Blue Angels #2.  Crashed Oct 18, 1956 at Pensacola, FL.
					Pilot killed.
				131213 was Blue Angels #6.  Crashed into sand dune Mar 24, 1955 at
					Corpus Christi, TX.  Pilot killed.
				131230 (c/n 168C) on display at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
				131232 at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA.
131252/131255		Grumman F9F-6P Cougar
				Model G-93.  Redesignated RF-9F in 1962.
131256/131378		Grumman F10F-1 Jaguar
				Model G-83.  Contract cancelled Apr 1, 1953
131379/131386 		Grumman F10F-1P Jaguar
				Model G-83.  Contract cancelled Apr 1, 1953
131387/131392		Lockheed PO-2W Warning Star
				c/n 1049A-4307/4312.  Redesignated WV-2 before delivery and then 
					redesignated EC-121K in 1962
				131387 crashed while landing at NAS Johnsville, PA Dec 9, 1954.  Rolled about 100 yards,
					flipped over, skidded and burst into flames.  No casualties.
				131388 to NC-121K.  Transferred to MASDC Mar 22, 1974 and SOC.  Scrapped at
					 MASDC Sept 16, 1976
				131389 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Feb 24, 1959.  SOC Mar 21, 1963.
					Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park Feb 18, 1965.
				131390 (c/n 1049A-4310) converted to WV-2Q.  Crashed (VQ-2) near Markt Schwaben, Germany May 22, 1962 when tail
					empennage tore off in flight.  All 26 onboard killed.
				131391 converted to WV-2Q in 1959, redesignated EC-121M in 1962.  To MASDC for storage
					May 2, 1972.  SOC Aug 6, 1974.  Scrapped at MASDC May 28, 1976
				131392 converted to WV-2Q in 1959, redesignated EC-121M in 1962.  Transferred to MASDC
					Feb 14, 1974.   SOC Aug 19, 1974.  Scrapped at MASDC Jun 5, 1981.
131393/131399		Lockheed PO-2W Warning Star
				Contract cancelled
131400/131543		Lockheed P2V-5 Neptune
				Most modified to P2V-5F - redesignated P-2E in 1962.
				Some P2V-5Fs modified as P2V-5FD - redesignated DP-2E in 1962.
				131423, 131435, 131436, 131455, 131462, 131478, 131484, 131486, 131525, 131528 modified as OP-2E.
				131400 (c/n 426-5269)
				131401 (c/n 426-5270)
				131402 (c/n 426-5271)
				131403 (c/n 426-5272) reported as loaned by US Navy to museum at Bradley, Connecticut but current status not known.
				131404 (c/n 426-5285)
				131405 (c/n 426-5286)
				131406 (c/n 426-5287)
				131407 (c/n 426-5288)
				131408 (c/n 426-5289)
				131409 (c/n 426-5290)
				131410 (c/n 426-5291) to N88487 Oct 27, 1976.  On display at NAS Jacksonville, FL.  Registered to National Museum
					of Naval Aviation Aug 16, 1993.  Cancelled Aug 29, 1999
				131411 (c/n 426-5292)
				131412 (c/n 426-5293)
				131413 (c/n 426-5294)
				131414 (c/n 426-5295)
				131415 (c/n 426-5296)
				131416 (c/n 426-5297)
				131417 (c/n 426-5298)
				131418 (c/n 426-5299)
				131419 (c/n 426-5300)
				131420 (c/n 426-5301)
				131421 (c/n 426-5302)
				131422 (c/n 426-5303)
				131423 (c/n 426-5404) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom, 
					Thailand, Code MR-10
				131424 (c/n 426-5305) flying with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N1386K. Registration
					N807NA Sep 13, 1993.
				131425 (c/n 426-5306)
				131426 (c/n 426-5307)
				131427 (c/n 426-5308) under restoration (Jan 2006) at Quonset Air Museum.
				131428 (c/n 426-5309)
				131429 (c/n 426-5310) converted to RP-2E electronic warfare aircraft for US Army, 
					later designated AP-2E.  Damaged at Plieku, South Vietnam in 1968
				131430 (c/n 426-5311)
				131431 (c/n 436-5312)
				131432 (c/n 436-5313)
				131433 (c/n 436-5314)
				131434 (c/n 426-5315) on civilian registry as N96271 of Black Hills Aviation, Inc.  Reported as as stripped
					hulk at Missoula, MT in 2005.  Cancelled Nov 29, 2012.
				131435 (c/n 426-5316)  converted to OP-2E and operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom,
					Thailand, code MR-4.  Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  
				131436 (c/n 426-5317) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom,
					Thailand, code MR-2.  Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  Crashed into Phou Louang Mountain in Laos 
					for unknown reason Jan 11, 1968 while on mission to drop sensors along jungle floor to identify enemy 
					troop movements.  9 killed.  Remains of crew recovered in 2002.
				131437 (c/n 426-5318)
				131438 (c/n 426-5319)
				131439 (c/n 426-5320)
				131440 (c/n 426-5321)
				131441 (c/n 426-5322)
				131442 (c/n 426-5323, VP-4) lost Sep 26, 1955.
				131443 (c/n 426-5324)
				131444 (c/n 426-5325)
				131445 (c/n 426-5326) flying with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N9855F
				131446 (c/n 426-5327)
				131447 (c/n 426-5328)
				131448 (c/n 426-5329)
				131449 (c/n 426-5330)
				131450 (c/n 426-5331) converted to P2V-5F by 1965
				131451 (c/n 426-5332)
				131452 (c/n 426-5333, VP-26) crashed at NAS Brunswick Apr 12, 1957.
				131453 (c/n 426-5334)
				131454 (c/n 426-5335)
				131455 (c/n 426-5336) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom,
					Thailand, code MR-6.  Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  
				131456 (c/n 426-5337) to AMARC as 1P0082 Mar 11, 1991.  To Instone Airline, Inc Redondo Beach, CA 
					as N88484.  Reported in open storage unconverted in private yard next to AMARC in 2007.  Unlikely it ever
					flew on civil register.  Cancelled May 15, 2013.
				131457 (c/n 426-5338)
				131458 (c/n 426-5339)
				131459 (c/n 426-5340) flying with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N96278
				131460 (c/n 426-5341)
				131461 (c/n 426-5342, VP-26) lost at sea N of NAS Key West, FL Sep 29, 1958.
				131462 (c/n 426-5343) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanon,
					Thailand, Code MR-8.  Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  
				131463 (c/n 426-5344) with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N13859.  In restoration at Alamogordo, NM.
				131464 (c/n 426-5345)
				131465 (c/n 426-5346)
				131466 (c/n 426-5347)
				131467 (c/n 426-5348)
				131468 (c/n 426-5349)
				131469 (c/n 426-5350)
				131470 (c/n 426-5351)
				131471 (c/n 426-5352)
				131472 (c/n 426-5353)
				131473 (c/n 426-5354)
				131474 (c/n 426-5355)
				131475 (c/n 426-5356)
				131476 (c/n 426-5357)
				131477 (c/n 426-5358)
				131478 (c/n 426-5359) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom,
					Thailand, code MR-3.  Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  
				131479 (c/n 426-5360)
				131480 (c/n 426-5361)
				131481 (c/n 426-5362)
				131482 (c/n 426-5363) with Evergreen Equity, Inc, McMinnville, OR as N206EV.  Registration was 
					cancelled as "scrapped" Jun 30, 2005
				131483 (c/n 426-5364)
				131484 (c/n 426-5365) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom,
					Thailand, code MR-7.  Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  Shot down by AAA over Laos Feb 27, 1968.  
					8 bailed out, 2 killed.  Plane commander (who had remained at the controls until all crew members
					had bailed out) received the Navy Cross (he had bailed out but was MIA) and had an Aegis class ship 
					named after him, the USS Milius DDG-69.
				131485 (c/n 426-5366) modified as RP-2E electronic warfare aircraft for
					US Army, later designated AP-2E.  
					In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				131486 (c/n 426-5367) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom, Thailand.
					coce MR-5. Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  Shot down by small arms fire over Laos 
					Feb 17, 1968.  8 KIA.
				131487 (c/n 426-5368) crashed into Sant Ana Mts during attempted landing at MCAS 
					El Toro, CA Feb 11, 1969.  All 7 crew killed.
				131488 (c/n 426-5369)
				131489 (c/n 426-5370)
				131490 (c/n 426-5371)
				131491 (c/n 426-5372)
				131492 (c/n 426-5373) converted to RP-2E electronic warfare aircraft for US Army, 
					later designated AP-2E.
				131493 (c/n 426-5374)
				131494 (c/n 426-5375)
				131495 (c/n 426-5376, VP-661) crashed after takeoff from Andrews AFB, MD 
					Jan 8, 1967.  9 killed.
				131496 (c/n 426-5377) converted to RP-2E electronic warfare aircraft for
					US Army, later designated AP-2E.
				131497 (c/n 426-5378)
				131498 (c/n 426-5379)
				131499 (c/n 426-5380)
				131500 (c/n 426-5381)
				131501 (c/n 426-5382)
				131502 (c/n 426-5383) with Evergreen Equity, Inc, McMinnville, OR as N202EV.  Reported Jul 2005 to be
					going to Evergreen Aviation Musuem, McMinnville, OR. By 2012 was on display outside at Evergreen
					Aviation and Space Museum (current name), painted in civilian paint job.
				131503 (c/n 426-5384)
				131504 (c/n 426-5385)
				131505 (c/n 426-5386, VP-10) lost at sea off Virginia coast Nov 9, 1961.
				131506 (c/n 426-5387) with Neptune Aviation Services, Missoula, MT as N13852.  In storage at Alamogordo, NM.
					Registration cancelled Nov 9, 2010
				131507 (c/n 426-5388)
				131508 (c/n 426-5389)
				131509 (c/n 426-5390)
				131510 (c/n 426-5391) modified as NP-2E
				131511 (c/n 426-5392)
				131512 (c/n 426-5393)
				131513 (c/n 426-5394, VP-42, SP-2E) crashed off coast of Vietnam Sep 8, 1964. 
					Crew of 5 killed.
				131514 9c/n 426-5395)
				131515 (c/n 426-5396, VP-9) attacked by Soviet MiG-15s while on patrol Jun 22, 1955
					and crashlanded on St Lawrence Island in Bering Sea.
				131516 (c/n 426-5397)
				131517 (c/n 426-5398)
				131518 (c/n 426-5399)
				131519 (c/n 426-5400)
				131520 (c/n 426-5401)
				131521 (c/n 426-5402, VP-5) crashed on Kronborg Glacier in Greenland Jan 12, 1962.  All
					12 onboard killed.
				131522 (c/n 426-5403) on display in front of VFW Post 3761, Baltimore, OH.
				131523 (c/n 426-5404) to Argentina as 2-P-105
				131524 (c/n 426-5405)
				131525 (c/n 426-5406) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom,
					Thailand, code MR-9.  Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  
				131526 (c/n 426-5407) converted to RP-2E electronic warfare aircraft for
					US Army, later designated AP-2E
				131527 (c/n 426-5408)
				131528 (c/n 426-5409) converted to OP-2E.  Operated by VO-67 Nov 1967 to Jul 1968 at Nakhon Phanom,
					Thailand, code MR-1.  Used as aircraft to sow sonobuoys along Ho Chi Min Trail to 
					stop infiltration of North Vietnamese troops and trucks.  
				131529 (c/n 426-5410)
				131530 (c/n 426-5411)
				131531 (c/n 426-5412) converted to RP-2E electronic warfare aircraft for
					US Army, later designated AP-2E.
				131532 (c/n 426-5413) to Argentina as 2-P-104.  Scrapped
				131533 (c/n 426-5414)
				131534 (c/n 426-5415)
				131535 (c/n 426-5416) to Argentina as 2-P-103.  Scrapped.
				131536 (c/n 426-5417)
				131537 (c/n 426-5418)
				131538 (c/n 426-5419)
				131539 (c/n 426-5420)
				131540 (c/n 426-5421) on civil registry as N51796.  Cancelled Mar 3, 2011.
				131541 (c/n 426-5422)
				131542 (c/n 426-5423). Reported fall 2003 at Historic Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field, NY
131544/131550		Lockheed P2V-6 Neptune
131551/131566		Lockheed P2V-6M Neptune
				131554 to MP-2F
				131558 to P2V-6T
				131566 to P2V-6T
131567/131620		Douglas R6D-1 
				Navy version of DC-6A -  Most were transferred to USAF to increase airlift capacity between
					USA and Korea, and most were returned to USN.  Survivors in Navy and
					USMC service redesignated C-118B and VC-118B in 1962.
				131567 (c/n 43670) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17626. Lost in accident Jan 26, 1961, Norfolk, VA.
				131568 (c/n 43671) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17627.  Returned to USN.  Stored at AMARC
					Nov 7, 1991 as CG0109.
				131569 (c/n 43672) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17628.  Returned to USN.  To MASDC as 8C0040.
					Sold on civil market as HK-3530X (Transoceanica)
				131570 (c/n 43673) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17629.  Returned to USN.  Sold on civil market
					as OQ-CGZ (Services Air)
				131571 (c/n 43674) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17630.  Returned to USN.  To AMARC as 
					8C0020, later CG0100.  Sold on civil market as N751CE (Everts Air Fuel, AK)
				131572 (c/n 43675) loaned to USAF as N-118A 51-17631.  Returned to USN and converted to R6D-1Z.
					to MASDC as 6C0015, later CG0087 Mar 12, 1977.  Sold on civil market as N845TA.
				131573 (c/n 43676). Was at NAS Barbers Point.  Transferred to USAF about 1962 and eventually
					parked at Altus AFB, OK.  Scrapped in 2000.
				131574 (c/n 43677/285) assigned to VR-21 at NAS Barbers Point.  To
					MASDC as AC0014 Mar 1, 1977.  Presumably scrapped.
				131575 (c/n 43678) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17632.  Returned to USN and converted to R6D-1Z.
				131576 (c/n 43679) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17633.  to MASDC as CG0105
				131577 (c/n 43680) to civil market as N820CS (Desert Eagle Aviation, Remort, OR)
				131578 (c/n 43681) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17634.  To MASDC as 8C0038.  To civil registry as N4163Q.
				131579 (c/n 43682) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17635.  Returned to USN.  Sold to Taiwan AF as 43682.
				131580 (c/n 43683) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17636.  Returned to USN.  Lold on civil market as
					N3486F (Guyana Airways).  Crashed on takeoff after engine failure at Castries-Vigie Nov 30, 1981.
				131581 (c/n 43684) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17637.  Must have been returned, since
					with VR-51 Unit suffered some form of accident Apr 12, 1971; struck off charge May 12, 1971
				131582 (c/n 43685/307) in midair collision Feb 25, 1960 off Rio de Janeiro with DC-3 PP-AXD (ex 42-93417).  Both aircraft fell into 
					Guanabara Bay.  All 26 occupants of the DC-3 perished, but 12 out of the 38 occupants of the R6D survived.
				131583 (c/n 43686, VR-6) lost in accdent at Kindley AFB, Bermuda Sep 7, 1953.  Enroute from Lajes to Bermuda.
					Probably caught fire due to engine problem.
				131584 (c/n 43687) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17638
				131585 (c/n 43688/318) to MASDC as 8C0019 Jan 11, 1978.  To Paterson Aircraft
					Corp Oct 1979 as N1037F.  Leased by Seagreen Air Transport
					Dec 30, 1979.  Impounded by US Customs in 1985.  Bought by
					American Air Freight Jul 1988.  Bought by Allcair Air
					Transport May 1994.  WFU and stored at Victoria, TX by
					Universal Airlines.  To Mark Howard, Edmond, OK Feb 2009.
					Front 38 feet of fuselage preserved at Cimarron Field and Mustang
					Field Museum at C. E. Page Airport, Yukon, OK.   Rest of aircraft
					will be scrapped.
				131586 (c/n 43689/319) crashed Aug 12, 1953 at Springfield.  4 killed.
				131587 (c/n 43690) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17639.  Later sold on civil market as N118RR 
					(Integrated Market Mgmt, UT)
				131588 (c/n 43691) dissappeared off Lands End, UK Oct 10, 1956.  59 missing.
					Plane was filled with personnel from the 307th BW stationed at Lincoln AFB,
					NB.  They were returning from England after a 90-day TDY.  No trace of
					the plane was ever found.
				131589 (c/n 43692) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17640.  Now on display at USAF History and
					Traditions Museum, Lakeland AFB, TX
				131590 (c/n 43693) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17641.  Returned to USN.  Sold on civil
					market as N851CE (Everts Air Fuel, AK)
				131591 (c/n 43694) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17642.  Returned to USN.  Stored at AMARC
					Mar 13, 1982 as 8C0028.
				131592 (c/n 43695) was station aircraft for NAS Keflavik, Iceland.  Converted as crash/rescue trainer
					with local Icelandic authorities.
				131593 (c/n 43696) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17643 in 1958. Returned to USN in 1964.  To Davis-Monthan 
					as 8C0027 April 16, 1982. To Everts Air Fuel 1991 and registered N951CE; remained at Davis-Monthan. 
					Restoration commenced 2001; first flight after restoration Apr 12, 2003
				131594 (c/n 43697) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17644.  Returned to USN.  to MASDC as 8C0022
					Jul 14, 1980.  Sold on civil market to Sis-Q as
					N777SQ.  Noted Oct 1994 at Pacific Coast Air Museum, Sonoma County AP,
					Santa Rosa, CA
				131595 (c/n 43698) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17645.
				131596 (c/n 43699) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17646.
				131597 (c/n 43700) loaned to USAF in 1958 as C-118A 51-17647.  Returned to USN 1964.  
					Converted to R6D-1Z and redesignated VC-118B in 1962.  To MASDC
					as 8C0043 Feb 21, 1985.  Sold Nov 14, 1988 to Western International
					Aviatin, Tucscon, AZ who sold it to American Air Freight Co
					and registered Jan 1990 as N21780.  Re-registered
					N1597F Mar 1990.  Bought by Allcair Air Transport Feb 1993.
					Destroyed when missed runway on landing at 
					Patriot Hill, Antarctica Nov 26, 1993.  Hit high ground while on
					approach in bad weater, while being 7 miles off course.  8
					injured in crash.
				131598 (c/n 43701) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17648.
				131599 (c/n 43702) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17649.  Removed from storage at Davis Monthan
					and ferried with minimum equipment to Naval Air Rework Facility at NAS Alameda, CA 
					Mar 1, 1979 to be stricken for parts.
				131600 (c/n 43703) never used by USAF but on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum,
					Lackland AFB, TX pained as 52-6313.
				131601 (c/n 43704) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17650.  Returned to USN.  Later sold on 
					civil market as N651CE.
				131602 (c/n 43705) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17651. Returned to USN.  Now on display
					at Travis AFB Museum displayed as 131602 in USN color scheme.
				131603 (c/n 43706) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17652.  Probably never returned to USN.
					Later sold on civil market as N9041B, then N104DH, before being sold to VV Corp SA of
					Panama.  Not sure of fate after that.
				131604 (c/n 43707) sold on civil market as N810CS.  By 1956 was
					chartered to Slick Airways and registered N11812.  To MASDC as 8C0012 Oct 26, 1976, later CT0088.
					Seen in scrapyard near AMARC early 2001.
				131605 (c/n 43708) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17667.  Returned to USN.  
					To civilian registry as N2098K, then to Transamazonica as HK-3531X.
					Used false registration of HK-35 for a while.  Now with Air Colombia as HK-4046X since
					Sep 28, 1995.  Became YV214T sometime in 2006.
				131606 (c/n 43709) to MASDC as 8C0013 Dec 17, 1976.  Sold on civil market as N4206L (Northern Air Cargo, AK)
				131607 (c/n 43710) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17653.
				131608 (c/n 43711) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17654.  Returned to USN. to MASDC as CG0107.   Sold on civil 
					market as N830CS (Everts Air Fuel, AK).  Last seen in scrapyard near AMARC early 2001.
				131609 (c/n 43712) to MASDC as *C0023, later CG0108.  Sold on civil market and registered May 1990
					to C. E. Aviation Resources Inc as N840CS.  Later registered
					N451CE (Air Cargo Express, then Everts Air Fuel)
				131610 (c/n 43713) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17655.  Made wheels-up
					landing at NAS Glenview sometime in the 1970s.   Aircraft stripped
					of parts and SOC.
				131611 (c/n 43714) to MASDC as 8C0017 Jun 1, 1977, later CG0104.  Sold on civil market as HK-3644X (Aeronorte, Jun 28, 1991).  Current Sep 1999.
					Registration N608AG allocated Oct 1, 2004
				131612 (c/n 43715) struck mountain in Waianae Range, Oahu, Hawaii Mar 22, 1955.  66 killed.
				131613 (c/n 43716) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17668.  Returned to US Navy.  To HK-1703 (Aerovias 
					del Sur (ASUR) 24 Jan 1978), current Sep 1999
				131614 (c/n 43717) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17656.  Sold on civil market as C-GBYA (Conifair).
					Struck hill at Ste Anne de Monts, PQ Jun 26 1989.
				131615 (c/n 43718) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17657.  Returned to USN.  
					Crashed on Great Sitka Island, Alaska Dec 11, 1973.  All 10
					aboard killed.
				131616 (c/n 43719) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17658.
				131617 (c/n 43720) sold on civil market as XA-SCZ (Aerocarga) then N70BF (Turks Air and Florida
					Air Transport)
				131618 (c/n 43721) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17659.  Returned to USN.
					Crashed Santiago de Chile Oct 6, 1978.  18 killed.
				131619 (c/n 43722) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17660.  Removed from storage at Davis Monthan
					and ferried with minimum equipment to Naval Air Rework Facility at NAS Alameda, CA Jan 6, 1979 to be
					stricken for parts.
				131620 (c/n 43723) loaned to USAF as C-118A 51-17661.
131621/131629		Lockheed R7V-1
				C/n 1049B-4122/4130. Cargo-personnel transport version of 1049B
					Super Constellation.  Redesignated C-121J in 1962.  
				131621 to USAF as C-121G 54-4053
				131622 to USAF as C-121G 54-4054
				131623 modified as VC-121J.  Used to support *Blue Angels* flight demonstration team.  Replaced by C-130 in 1971, 
					temporarily stored and then destroyed in 1977
				131624 delivered to US Navy as R7V-1 May 8, 1953.  Assigned to Fleet Transport Squadron Seven or Eight 
					(VR-7 or VR-8) at Hickam AFB, and then to same squadron at NAS Moffett, California in 1957.
					Transferred to Commander, Naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet (COMAIRLANT) at NAS Norfolk, VA in 1958 and 
					then to VX-6 at NAS Quonset Point in Sep 1958, coded "JD" and named "Phoenix."
					Used on "Operation Deep Freeze" annually, and stationed at RNZAF Base Wigram, New Zealand each summer 
					from approximately September to March.  Modified by Nov 1960 with a trap on the starboard side of nose 
					to catch airborne plankton.  Modified to R7V-1P for 1961-62 "Operation Deep Freeze."
					Redesignated C-121J in 1962.  Left Christchurch, New Zealand 16 Mar 71 after final season of Antarctic 
					operations and ferried via NAS Quonset Point to Davis-Monthan AFB for storage in Mar 1971.
					Removed from the inventory of MASDC at Davis-Monthan on 25 May 71 with 15,609 hours on the airframe.
					The aircraft was put up for sale by DOD on 23 Mar 77 but there were no takers and she was scrapped in 1979.
				131625 w/o Nov 3, 1964 at NAS Patuxent River
				131626 to USAF as C-121G 54-4056
				131627 modified as NC-121J
				131628 to USAF as C-121G 54-4058
				131629 to USAF as C-121G 54-4059
				Redesignated C-121J in 1962.
131630/131631		Lockheed R7V-2 
				c/n 1249A-4131/4132
				131630 (c/n 1249A-4131) WFU and stored at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ.
					Broken up Nov 1956.
				131631 (c/n 1249A-4132) fuselage used to rebuild TWA L1049G c/n 4684
					N7121C that was damaged at Idylwild APT, NYC Jun 25, 1959, resulting
					in unusual confiiguration with round windows.  Broken up at 
					Miami, FL 1972-73.
131632/131659		Lockheed R7V-1
				c/n 1249A-4133/4160. Cargo-personnel transport version of 1049B
					Super Constellation.  Redesignated C-121J in 1962.
				131632 to USAF as C-121G 54-4060
				131633 to USAF as C-121G 54-4072
				131634 to USAF as C-121G 54-4055
				131635 mofidied as VC-121J
				131636 to USAF as C-121G 54-4062
				131637 to USAF as C-121G 54-4057
				131638 to USAF as C-121G 54-4063
				131639 w/o Jan 17, 1955 Newfoundland NAS, Canada
				131640 to USAF as C-121G 54-4064
				131641 modified as NC-121J
				131642 to USAF as 54-4065
				131643 to N4247K with Owner World Fish and Agriculture, Inc of Arkansas.
					Registration cancelled Sep 18, 2007  as "impounded Jun 1988".
					Seen derelict at Ninoy Aquino airport, Phillipines in 2009.
				131644 (c/n 1249A-4145) Delivered to US Navy as an R7V-1, 19 Dec 1953.
To VR-1 at NAS Patuxent, MD Dec 53, coded RP-644 and named "Taurus."
Transferred to Airborne Early Warning Squadron Fifteen (VW-15) at NAS Patuxent River, MD, in 1955.
To Airborne Early Warning Maintenance Squadron Two (AEWMATRON 2) at NAS Barbers Point, TH by 1956, redesignated C-121J in 1962 and to Airborne Early Warning Barrier Squadron, Pacific (AEWBARRONPAC) at NAS Barbers Point by Dec 62.
Transferred to VX-6 at NAS Quonset Point on 1 Sep 64, coded JD-5 and named "Pegasus."
Used on "Operation Deep Freeze annually.
Coded JD-7 from at least Mar 66.
Modified with new antenna under tail unit for airborne ice-sounding in late 1967 and flight tested in Dec 1967.
Damaged beyond repair landing at Williams Field, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica on 8 Oct 1970. The aircraft, with 80 on board, was flying from Christchurch, New Zealand, on its first flight of the 1970-71 season. After making six low passes over the field, the C-121J attempted to land in zero visibility, winds gusting to 40 mph in a snowstorm and in 90-degree crosswinds. The starboard wing was torn off completely and the tail unit broken. There were only slight injuries to five on board.
SOC at McMurdo; still extant
crashed Oct 8, 1970 Williams Field, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica.  The wreck was still 
					there in 2007.
				131645 to USAF as C-121G 54-4066
				131646 to USAF as C-121G 54-4067
				131647 to USAF as C-121G 54-4068
				131648 to USAF as C-121G 54-4069
				131649 to USAF as C-121G 54-4070
				131650 to USAF as VC-121E 53-7885.  Preserved at WPAFB Museum
				131651 to USAF as C-121G 54-4071
				131652 w/o May 14, 1958, Taft, PA.
				131653 to USAF as 54-4073
				131654 (c/n 1249A-4155) WFU and stored at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
					Sep 1974.  Bought by Ascher Ward Apr 8, 1981 and registered
					as N27189.  Bought by Darryl G. Greenameyer Jan 1988.
					Bought by Aero Chago SA Apr 1988 and registered as HI-532,
					reregistered as HI-532CT.  WFU and stored after landing
					accident at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic approx Jun 1990.
				131655 modified as NC-121J
				131656 to USAF as C-121G 54-4074
				131657 to USAF as C-121G 54-4075
				131658 to USAF as C-121G 54-4076.
				131659 loaned to VX-6 for Deep Freeze 62
131660/131661		Lockheed R7V-2 
				C/n 1249A-4161/4162.  Transferred to USAF as YC-121F #53-8157 and 8158.
				131661 bailed back to Lockheed for engine test work.
131662/131719		Fairchild R4Q-2 Packet
				131690/131719 were 10875/10904
				Navy equivalent of C-119F - redesignated C-119F in 1962.
				131662 (c/n 10829) to MASDC as 4C0002 Aug 17, 1965
				131663 (c/n 10830) crashed after takeoff Jul 17, 1953 near Milton, FL.  44 of 
					46 aboard killed.  Was carrying Naval ROTC members.
				131664 (c/n 10831) to MASDC as 4C0018 Aug 4, 1972.  To civil register in 1987 as N131DM, 
					Dross Metals, Tucson, AZ.
				131665 (c/n 10832)
				131666 (c/n 10833)
				131667 (c/n 10834)
				131668 (c/n 10835)
				131669 (c/n 10836) to MASDC as 4C0023 Sep 14, 1973.  To civil registry as N13626.
					Sank through ice while taxiing Aug 5, 1983, River Kaguak, AK
				131670 (c/n 10837) to MASDC as 4C0020 Jun 1, 1973
				131671 (c/n 10838)
				131672 (c/n 10839)
				131673 (c/n 10840) to MASDC as 4C0016 Aug 5, 1972.  To civil register as N1394N, John Reffett, Eagle
					River, AK.
				131674 (c/n 10841) to MASDC
				131675 (c/n 10842) to MASDC as 4C0001 Aug 17, 1965.  
				131676 (c/n 10843) to MASDC as 4C0003 Aug 25, 1965
				131677 (c/n 10844) to MASDC as 4C0030 Jul 30, 1975.  To Dross Metals, Tucson, AZ Jun 25, 1980.
					To civil register as N48543, then N175ML.  Preserved at Mid-
					Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, PA.
				131678 (c/n 10845) to MASDC as 4C0004 Aug 17, 1965
				131679 (c/n 10846) to MASDC as 4C0024 Apr 11, 1974.  This plane is preserved at D F Pratt
					Museum, Fort Campbell, KY.
					It is not actually the former RCAF machine 22101
				131680 (c/n 10847) to MASDC as 4C0005 Aug 27, 1965.
				131681 (c/n 10848)
				131682 (c/n 10849)
				131683 (c/n 10850) to MASDC as 4C0007 Nov 8, 1965
				131684 (c/n 10851)
				131685 (c/n 10852)
				131686 (c/n 10853)
				131687 (c/n 10854) to MASDC as 4C0006 Nov 2, 1965
				131688 (c/n 10855) to MASDC as 4C0010 Dec 21, 1965.  To Fairchild in St. Augustine
					FL May 8, 1967.  Back to MASDC as 4C0022 Aug 27, 1973.  To civil register as N99574, 
					preserved at Fred E. Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, Colorado.
				131689 (c/n 10856) to MASDC as 4C0019 Aug 25, 1972.
				131690 (c/n 10875) to MASDC as 4C0025 May 13, 1974.  To civil register as N4234S, 
					Tabaco Road Farms, Inc, Ronda, NC.
				131691 (c/n 10876) to MASDC as 4C0027 Apr 25, 1975.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC Aug 
					28, 2000.  Used as prop in 2004 version of *Flight of the Phoenix*
				131692 (c/n 10877)
				131693 (c/n 10878)
				131694 (c/n 10879) to MASDC as 4C0009 Dec 20, 1965
				131695 (c/n 10880) to MASDC as 4C0021 Aug 22, 1973.  To civil register as N8501W, 
					John Reffett, Eagle River, AK.
				131696 (c/n 10881)
				131697 (c/n 10882)
				131698 (c/n 10883) to MASDC as 4C0008 Nov 9, 1965.
				131699 (c/n 10884) to MASDC as 4C0017 Aug 3, 1972
				131700 (c/n 10885) to MASDC as 4C0029.  To civil register as N3267U Comutair, Gering, NE.
					Registration 5B-CFG was allocated but NTU.  Stored at Nairobi, Kenya in 1996.
					Purchased by 20th Century Fox, moved overland to Namibia and used in
					ground sequendes of "Flight of the Phoenix"
				131701 (c/n 10886) to MASDC as 4C0012 Jan 13, 1966
				131702 (c/n 10887) to MASDC as 4C0011 Dec 29, 1965
				131703 (c/n 10888) crashed in Atlantic offshore of Miami, FL Feb 1956 due to engine fire.  All 4 got out of the
					plane but two drowned after landing in the ocean.
				131704 (c/n 10889) to MASDC as 4C0013 Feb 24, 1967
				131705 (c/n 10890)
				131706 (c/n 10891) to MASDC as 4C0028 Jun 20, 1975.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC Aug 28, 
					2000.  Used as prop in 2004 version of *Flight of the Phoenix*.
				131707 (c/n 10892)
				131708 (c/n 10893) to MASDC as 4C0026 Mar 20, 1975.  To civil register as N7051U, 
					preserved at Marine Corps Air Ground Museum, El Toro MCAS, CA.  Noted outside PBX
					at MCAS Miramar, CA Oct 2002.
				131709 (c/n 10894)
				131710 (c/n 10895)
				131711 (c/n 10896)
				131712 (c/n 10897)
				131713 (c/n 10898)
				131714 (c/n 10899)
				131715 (c/n 10900) to MASDC as 4C0015 Aug 1, 1972.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.
				131716 (c/n 10901)
				131717 (c/n 10901) to MASDC as 4C0014 Jul 31, 1972.
				131718 (c/n 10903)
				131719 (c/n 10904)
131720/131724		Convair R3Y-2 Tradewind
				131720 to VR-2 but put in storage at NAS Alameda, CA and never flew with the squadron.
				131721 to VR-2 but put in storage at NAS Alameda, CA and never flew with the squadron.
				131723 assigned to VR-2.  Converted with addition of in-flight refuelling equipment.
				131724 assigned to VR-2 'South Pacific Tradewind'.  Scrapped in 1959
131725/131888		Lockheed TV-2
				Assigned USAF Serial numbers 51-8518/8541,
				8636/8651, 8729/8749, 8836/8870, 8940/8953,
				9040/9075, and 9150/9167 for administrative
				purposes.  Redesignated T-33B in 1962.
				131729 (c/n 580-6306) to FAA as N9122Z, then N59TW, used as spares for 
					high-altitude work program aircraft.  Ultimate fate obscure.
				131762 (c/n 580-6433) noted Oct 2005 at Carolinas Aviation Museum,
					Charlotte, NC
				131770 (c/n 580-6518) to FAA as N9121Z, used as spare for high-altitude work
					program aircraft.  To civil registry as N59TW with Blue Angels paint scheme.
				131787 (c/n 580-6621) to FAA in 19059 as N153 for high altitude work program.
					Crashed near Rock Springs, WY Feb 12, 1960.
				131790 crashed in bad weather near Kerryville
					TX Oct 25, 1953.  Pilot killed.
				131804 (c/n 58-6638) to N155 with FAA in 1959 for use in high-altitude work
					program.  Sold 1968, later N15511.
				131816 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				131870 (c/n 580-6589) noted Oct 2005 at Carolinas Aviation Museum,
					Charlotte, NC
131889/131913		Grumman UF-1 Albatross
				Model G-64
				131889 (c/n 230) delivered to US Navy Apr 3, 1953. 
				131890 (c/n 233) delivered to US Navy Mar 22, 1952.  To MASDC as 1U0009 Jun 10, 1966.  To civil registry 
					Oct 6, 1981 as N1359Y with Westernair of Albquuerque, New Mexico.  Cancelled Jun 6, 2013.  Stored at DMI 
					Aviation, Tucson 8/28/2000 as N1359Y. 
				131891 (c/n 236) delivered to US Navy Mar 20, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0012 Jul 14, 1966
				131892 (c/n 239) delivered to US Navy Apr 19, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0042 May 15, 1970. Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, 
					Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL  Feb 17, 1981. Stored Dross Metals yard, 
					Tucson AZ 1988/89. N7141H Scott Simpson, Carson City NV Apr 27, 1990.   Open storage unconverted, DMI, 
					Tucson, AZ. Tim Simpson, Santa Maria CA registered Mar 22, 2005.  Dylan Enterprises LLC, Austin TX 
					registered Oct 5, 2005, current. Parked Carson City NV. 
				131893 (c/n 242) delivered to US Navy Apr 3, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0011 Jul 7, 1966
				131894 (c/n 245) delivered to US Navy Apr 3, 1953.
				131895 (c/n 249) delivered to US Navy Apr 17, 1953.
				131896 (c/n 252) delivered to US Navy Apr 17, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0032 Oct 10, 1969.  Open storage 
					1975/80.   Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL 
					Feb 3, 1981. Open storage unconverted DMI, Tucson, AZ.
				131897 (c/n 254) delivered to US Navy Apr 1953
				131898 (c/n 257) delivered to US Navy Apr 1953
				131899 (c/n 261) delivered to US Navy Apr 30, 1953
				131900 (c/n 264) delivered to US Navy May 11, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0005 May 18, 1966
				131901 (c/n 266) delivered to US Navy May 27, 1953
				131902 (c/n 269) delivered to US Navy Jun 2, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0008 Jun 10, 1966
				131903 (c/n 273) delivered to US Navy Jun 11, 1953.  Written off following an accident which is believed 
					to have occurred about February 1957.
				131904 (c/n 333) delivered to US Navy Nov 4, 1953.  to MASDC as 1U0052 Jul 7, 1970. Open storage 1975/80. 
					Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 9, 1981.  
					To N7026X Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Dec 1988.   To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.   
					To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993.   Open storage unconverted, DMI, Tucson, AZ.   
					To N7026X Big Toe Inc, Incline Village NV registered Mar 16, 1994.   To N9131 Big Toe Inc, Incline 
					Village NV registered Mar 16, 1994.   To N904G Big Toe Inc, Incline Village NV registered Mar 16, 1994.   
					N9131 Big Toe Inc, Incline Village NV Apr 26, 2007.  To Hans O. Lauridsen, Carefree AZ Oct 2008. 
					To N216HU Hans O. Lauridsen, Carefree AZ registered Nov 5, 2008, current. [Big Toe registered 
					the aircraft as shown above; they have not been deregistered]
				131905 (c/n 278) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0038 Mar 20, 1970.  Allied Aircraft 
					Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 11, 1981.  To N7026N Air 
					Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Nov 1988.   To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.  To South Florida 
					Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993. Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City NV Feb 14, 1995.   
					To Robert F. Carlson, East Walpole MA registered Oct 30, 1996, expired Dec 31, 2012. Open storage 
					Dross Metals Yards unconverted.
				131906 (c/n 281) delivered to US Navy Jun 22, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0025 May 8, 1963. Allied Aircraft 
					Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Feb 17, 1981.  To N7026J 
					Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Nov 1988.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.  To N3HU Richard 
					G. Sugden, Wilson, WY registered Jan 22, 1993, current. 
				131907 (c/n 284) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0010 Jun 20, 1966
				131908 (c/n 338) delivered to US Navy Apr 30, 1953. To MASDC as 1U0007 Jun 10, 1966
				131909 (c/n 290) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953. 
				131910 (c/n 293) delivered to US Navy Jul 22, 1953.  Assigned to NAS Bermuda.  To MASDC as UU0045 Jul 13, 1970.  
					Open storage 1973/80.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St 
					Augustine FL Feb 17, 1981.  To N7025J Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Dec 1988. Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami 
					FL Feb 1989.  To Stephen Ritland, Flagstaff AZ registered Jun 13, 1989, current. Damaged during landing, 
					Sedona AZ, Sep 26, 1998, repaired
				131911 (c/n 296) delivered to US Navy Aug 6, 1953.  At NAS Alameda, California.  To MASDC as 1U0044 Jun 26, 1970.  
					Open storage 1975/80.   Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine 
					FL Mar 9, 1981.  To N89LH Lynn C. Hunt, Santa Rosa CA Jun 1987.   To N416C Lynn C. Hunt, Santa Rosa 
					CA registered Sep 15, 1988, cancelled May 16, 2013.
				131912 (c/n 343) delivered to US Navy Nov 30, 1953
				131913 (c/n 348) delivered to US Navy Dec 23, 1953
131914/131918		Grumman UF-1T Albatross
				Model G-64.  Redesignated TU-16C in 1962.  Navigation trainers, delivered to US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
				131914 (c/n 305) delivered to US Navy Sep 4, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0004 May 16, 1966.  Seen at DMI Aviation, Tucson, AZ
					Aug 28, 2000.  Parted out at TUS
				131915 (c/n 308) delivered to US Navy Dec 4, 1953.
				131916 (c/n 311) delivered to US Navy Sep 4, 1953. To MASDC as 1U0006 Jun 10, 1966.  Allied Aircraft Sales 
					Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 10, 1981.  To N916DB Dennis G. 
					Buehn, Reno NV  Jul 1986.  To Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL 1988.   To Charles Glen Hyde, 
					Roanoke TX Feb 1989.   To N55GH Flight Data Inc, Carson City NV registered Sep 13, 1993, cancelled Jun 11, 2013.
				131917 (c/n 314) delivered to US Navy Sep 18, 1953.  To MASDC as 1U0003 Mar 9, 1966. Allied Aircraft Sales 
					Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 9, 1981.   To N7024Z Air Crane 
					Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989. To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.   To South Florida Aviation 
					Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993. To Robert F. Carlson, Carson City NV registered Mar 25, 1998.  To  
					Charles D. Wootan, Tucson AZ registered un 15, 2007, cancelled Sep 24, 2013 
				131918 (c/n 320) delivered to US Navy Oct 5, 1953.
131919/131926		Goodyear ZP4K-1
131927/132226		North American FJ-2 Fury
				131931 modified as FJ-3 prototype
				132023 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				132028 at War Eagles Museum, Santa Teresa APT, NM
				132057 was under restoration at Patriots Point Museum, Charlestown, SC, moved
					to USS Hornet Museum.
				132063 crashed short of runway at NAS Cherry Point, NC Dec 29, 1954
					while attempting a simulated flameout approach.  Pilot OK
				132115 on display at Carl Larsen Park, San Francisco, California
				132127/132226 cancelled
132227/132391		Douglas AD-4B Skyraider
				c/n 8335/8499
				132261 at MCAS Quantico, VA.  Now seen at NAS Fallon Airpark.
				132263 (VA-45) hit by AAA and crashed Jun 19, 1953.
				132308 (VA-145) crashed on USS Essex, no date.
				132338 of VMA-211 seen wrecked Oct 1956.
				132363 set worlds weight-lifting record for
					single-engine aircraft of 14,941 lb.
132392/132476		Douglas AD-5 Skyraider
				c/n 9409/9493.  Two seat day attack version. Could be quickly converted for aero-medical evacuation with four casualty litters; V
					IP transport with four rear-facing seats; Twelve-seat troop transport with bench seats; utility cargo transport; photographic reconnaissance 
					with five cameras; target towing.  Redesignated A-1E when used in the attack role and UA-1E when used as utility aircraft
				132392 to USAF as 52-132392.  Shot down by AAA Nov 11, 1966 with 602nd Air Commando Squadron of 14th Air Commando Wing
					5 mi W of Vinh Linh, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by the helicopter
					he was supporting.
				132395 overran runway on landing at Lowery AFB and port drop tank caught fire, severely damaging aircraft Jun 7, 1964.
					One of three aboard injured.
				132400 to USAF as 52-132400.  Hit by automatic weapons fire Jun 9, 1966 with 602nd Air Commando squadron of 14th Air
					Commando Wing near Ban Ban, Houaphana Province, Laos.  Was able to about 30 miles to the west before
					pilot bailed out near Muong Soui.  Pilot was rescued.
				132401 to USAF as 52-132401.  Shot down by automatic weapons fire Feb 10, 1965 with 28th 1st Air Commmand Squadron, 34th Tactical
					Group off the Mekong Delta, South Vietnam.  Crashed into South China Sea.  Pilot rescued.
				132407 (VA-85) crashed into sea and sank Jun 23, 1961.  Both crew recovered safely.
				132408 to USAF as 52-132408.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire
					95 mi W of Thanh Hoa over Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Jun 11, 1967.  Both crew rescued by HH-3E helicopter.
				132410 to USAF as 52-132410.  Shot down by small arms fire Oct 20, 1966 with 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air
					Commando Wing 5 mi NW of Ban Kang, Houaphanh Province, Laos.  Pilot KIA
				132411 to USAF as 52-132411.  Shot down by AAA with 1st Air Command Squadron, 34th Tactical Group Oct 26, 1964 5 mi
					W of Tan Son Nhut AB, South Vietnam.  Both crew KIA.
				132412 to USAF as 52-132412.  Shot down by ground fire with 602nd Air Commando Squadron, 3rd TFW Jan 28, 1966 10 mi
					SW of Tay Ninh City, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot KIA
				132414 to USAF as 52-132414.  Shot down by ground fire Jul 22, 1965 with 1st ACS, 6251st TFW over Binh Dinh
					Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot KIA.
				132415 to South Vietnam AF
				132417 to USAF as 52-132417. Hit by AAA over southern Laos with 602nd Air Commando Squadron, 14th Air Commando Wing
					over southern Laos May 16, 1966.  Pilot bailed out 25 mi SW of Dong Hoi, North Vietnam and was rescued
					by USAF HH-3 helicopter.
				132419 to USAF as 52-132419.  Crashed with 602nd Air Commando Squadron, 14th Air Commando Wing in Thailand Jan 26, 1967 
					due to control failure.  Pilot survived.
				132421 to USAF as 52-132421.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire near
					Ban Katoi 25 mi W of Dong Hoi just across the North Vietnamese border with Laos Jul 31, 1966.  Pilot bailed
					out and was rescued by USAF HH-3 helicopter.
				132423 to USAF as 52-132423.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by small arms fire
					25 mi NW of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos Jul 6, 1966.  Able to fly about 20 mi N of Udorn,
					Thailand and pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				132425 to USAF as 52-132425.  Shot down by ground fire near Na Pho, Khammouan Province, Laos with 602nd Air
					Commando Squadron, 14th Air Commando Wing Apr 19, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				132428 to South Vietnam AF
				132433 to South Vietnam AF
				132434 crashed in Greece May 16, 1961
				132435 crashed near Mt. Whitney, CA Feb 25, 1969 while searching for
					missing TA-4F 154654.  Two crewmen slightly injured.
				132436 at Military History Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam Nov 2006
				132439 to USAF as 52-132439.  Shot down by AAA with 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing Nov 6, 1965
					just north of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				132441 to USAF as 52-132441.  Shot down by ground fire with 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group Sep 23, 1964 near
					Ap Vinh Tho, Kien Giang Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot KIA, observer made POW.
				132442 to USAF as 52-132442.  602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing Bien Hoa South Vietnam
					hit by ground fire while supporting the Special Forces camp at Plei Mei South Vietnam Oct 22, 1965. Aircraft 
					crash landed on airstrip.  Pilot OK but plane DBR.
				132443 (c/n 9460) reported 1972 with Confederate AF, Harlingen, TX. It was at Harlingen, then at Texas Air Musuem, 
					Rio Hondo, until that branch closed.  For a while was at Marine Military Academy, Harlingen, Texas.
					In 2008 was with the Historic Aviation Memorial Museum at Tyler, TX, loaned by Marine Museum in Quantico.  
					It is painted in Marine colors.
				132444 to South Vietnam AF
				132445 to USAF as 52-132445.  Shot down with 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing by small
					arms fire near Ban Len in Plain of Jars, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Mar 10, 1970.  Both crew bailed out
					and were rescued by Air America helicopter.
				132447 to USAF as 52-132447.  Shot down by ground fire with 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing  May 25, 1966
					near Ban Niang 10 Miles south of Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF
					HH-3 helicopter he was flying support for.
				132449 to USAF as 52-132449.  Shot down by ground fire with 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing Jun 7, 1966
					10 mi W of Pleiku, Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia. Pilot KIA.
				132450 to USAF as 52-132450.  Shot down by ground fire with 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group Sep 26, 1964
					near Ap Vinh Tho, Kien Giang Province, South Vietnam.  Pilot and observer bailed out.  Pilot was rescued by 
					helicopter but co-pilot was captured..
				132454 to USAF as 52-132454.  Shot down by ground fire with 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing near
					Ban Loupum, Houaphanh Province, Laos Nov 15, 1966.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF helicopter.
				132455 to USAF as 52-132455.  Crashed over Laos with 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing Nov 1, 1969.
					Pilot KIA, observer survived.
				132463 (c/n 9480) to MASDC July 1963.  Reported 1979 stored at NASM
					Silver Hill, MD. Reported 1988 with USAF but on display at McClellan AFB, CA
				132464 to USAF as 52-132464.  Hit by AA over Laos with 1st Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing and crash landed
					Jan 31, 1966.  Pilot was rescued. 
				132465 to USAF as 52-132465.  Shot down by AAA with 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group near Bien Hoa, South
					Vietnam Aug 29, 1964.  Pilot and South Vietnamese officer were KIA.
				132468 to USAF as 52-132468.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing crashed in landing accident
					at Pleiku AB, South Vietnam Jan 12, 1966.  Both crew killed.
				132469 to USAF as 52-132469.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing shot down by AAA 35 mi
					W of Nam Dinh City, Nam Dinh Province, North Vietnam Nov 6, 1965.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				132471 to USAF as 52-132471.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group crashed during close support
					mission Bien Hoa, Dong Hai Province, South Vietnam Feb 24, 1965.  Both crew killed.
				132474 to South Vietnam AF
				132476 to USAF as 52-132476.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group crashed Oct 29, 1964 near Bien Hoa,
					South Vietnam while on training flight.  Both crew killed.
132477			Douglas AD-5N Skyraider
				c/n 8872
132478			Douglas AD-5 Skyraider
				c/n 8873.  Two seat day attack version. Could be quickly converted for aero-medical evacuation with four casualty litters; VIP
					transport with four rear-facing seats; Twelve-seat troop transport with bench seats; utility cargo transport; photographic reconnaissance 
					with five cameras; target towing.  Redesignated A-1E when used in the attack role and UA-1E when used as utility aircraft
132479			Douglas AD-5S Skyraider
				c/n 8874.  Experimental ASW version to test MAD equipment. Assigned to VX-1 at NAS Key West, Florida
132480/132636		Douglas AD-5N Skyraider 
				c/n 8875/9031. Four-seat night attack version.  Redesignated A-1G in 1962.
				132482 to South Vietnam AF
				132487 to South Vietnam AF
				132503 to South Vietnam AF
				132524 to South Vietnam AF
				132525 crashed in Santa Rosa Mountains, Riverside, CA 1960.
				132528 to South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
				132529 (VAW-13) lost Jul 27, 1966.  4 crew survived.
				132532 (VAW-13) at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				132540 (VAW-13) lost to ground fire Jun 2, 1965.  All 4 onboard killed.
				132541 to USAF as 52-132541.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing crashed during takeoff
					at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Oct 16, 1965.  Both crew survived.
				132542 to USAF as 52-132542.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing suffered gyro and
					attitude indicators failure near Ban Ban, Houaphanh Province, Laos Oct 13, 1968.  Pilot became disoriented, bailed out.
					Was never heard from again.  Remains returned Aug 4, 2005.
				132543 (VAW-13) lost to instrument failure Sep 10, 1966.  4 crew survived.
				132546 to USAF as 52-132546.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing suffered engine failure
					and crashed on takeoff from  Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, Thailand Dec 1, 1969.  Pilot survived. 
				132548 to USAF as 52-132548.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by
					ground fire near Dan Phon, Xiangkhoang Province, Laos Jun 21, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				132559 to South Vietnam AF
				132562 to USAF as 52-132562.  With 1131st Special Activity Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing crashed and
					exploded 10 mi NE of Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Sep 5, 1965 while on training mission.  Both crew killed.
				132569 to USAF as 52-132569.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by AAA near Ban
					Loboy, Savannakhet Province, Laos Nov 11, 1967.  Pilot bailed out and was recovered by HH-3E Jolly Green
					helicopter.
				132576 to South Vietnam AF
				132579 to USAF as 52-132579.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing  hit by ground fire near
					Ban Phiaha, Attopeu Province, Laos Sep 5, 1967.  Pilot able to fly a few miles away from target and bailed out.  Pilot 
					rescued by VNAF helicopter.
				132582 to USAF as 52-132582.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by AAA near
					Ban Thapachon, Khammouan Province, Laos Apr 26, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by helicopter.
				132587 to USAF as 52-132587.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire
					over Phou Pha Thi, Houaphan Province, Laos Mar 13, 1968 while attacking a radar site that had been overrun
					by enemy forces.  Pilot KIA.
				132588 to USAF as 52-132588.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing suffered engine failure over
					South Vietnam and collided with another unknown aircraft in midair Sep 8, 1966.  Pilot bailed out and was
					rescued.  Pilot of other aircraft landed safely.
				132593 to USAF as 52-132593.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing collided in midair
					with A-1E 52-133880 while on close air support mission over Binh Dinh Province, South Vietnam Oct 2, 1965.  Both
					pilots killed.
				132598 at Memorial Air Park, Hurlburt Field, FL marked as USAF 52-123598.  Also listed as stalling on
					takeoff and crashing at China Lake, CA Jul 1966
				132600 to USAF as 52-132600.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down near 
					Kagnontanh, Savannakhet Province, Laos while on administrative flight from Nha Trang, South Vietnam to
					Udorn, Thailand Nov 16, 1966.  3 bailed out, 2 recovered by USAF HH-3E Jolly Green helicopter, but third
					was captured by Pathet Lao troops and shot.
				132601 to USAF as 52-132601. With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group damaged by own bomb blast and
					crashed into ground Chau Doc, An Giag Province, South Vietnam Apr 18, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				132602 to South Vietnam AF
				132605 to USAF as 52-132605.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing  shot down by ground fire
					near Ap Thien, 50 Miles South of Phan Rang, Ninh Thuan Province, South Vietnam Dec 14, 1966.  Pilot bailed out
					and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				132612 to South Vietnam AF.  To USAF as 52-132612.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing 
					hit by ground fire 70 Miles West of Sam Neua, Houaphan Province, Laos Jan 9, 1970.  Headed south but forced
					to bail out near Muang Poi, Laos.  Pilot rescued by USAF HH-53C Super Jolly Green helicopter from 40th ARRS.
				132618 (VAW-33) crashed into sea about 5 mi off stern of USS Forrestal Jun 12, 1964.
					All three crew members rescued safely.
				132620 to South Vietnam AF
				132624 to USAF as 52-132624.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by AAA 13 mi NW of Dong Hoi,
					Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Sep 1, 1966.  Headed back to base at Udorn, Thailand and was almost there when
					aircraft became uncontrollable and pilot was forced to bail out.  He was rescued.
				132625 to USAF as 52-132625.  With 1131st Special Activity Squadron disappeared over Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam
					Aug 2, 1965.  Plane and pilot never heard from again.
				132628 to South Vietnam AF
				132630 to South Vietnam AF
				132633 to USAF as 52-132633.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire 
					near Chanum, Sekong Province, Laos Nov 10, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				132634 to USAF as 52-132634.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing destroyed on ground in VC mortar attack at
					Pleiku AB, South Vietnam Apr 22, 1966.  
				132635 to South Vietnam AF
				132636 to South Vietnam AF
132637/132728		Douglas AD-5 Skyraider
				c/n 9494/9543. Two seat day attack version. Could be quickly converted for aero-medical evacuation with four casualty litters; VIP
			 	 	transport with four rear-facing seats; Twelve-seat troop transport with bench seats; utility cargo transport; 
					photographic reconnaissance with five cameras; target towing.  Redesignated A-1E when used in the attack role 
					and UA-1E when used as utility aircraft Redesignated A-1E in 1962.
				132637 to USAF as 52-132637.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing crashed Dec 26, 1965 at Bien Hoa,
					South Vietnam while on test flight.  Pilot killed.
				132638 to USAF as 52-132638.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by AAA 10 mi S of
					Attopeu City, Attopeu Province, Laos May 3, 1967.  Pilot KIA
				132640 to USAF as 52-132640.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group shot down by ground fire near Phuoc Vinh,
					Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam Dec 1, 1964.  Pilot and South Vietnam observer bailed out and were
					rescued by helicopter, but the South Vietnamese observer was dead when rescued.
				132643 to South Vietnam AF
				132644 to USAF as 52-132644.  Crashed Jun 24, 1965 near Avon Park, FL in practice dogfight with F-100.
				132646 to USAF as 52-132646.  With 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing shot down by ground
					fire near Ban Nakok, Khammouan Province, Laos Oct 21, 1968.  Pilot bailed and was rescued next day by
					HH-53 Super Jolly Green Helicopter. 
				132647 to South Vietnam AF
				132648 to USAF as 52-132648.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by AAA 13 mi NW
					of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Sep 1, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				132649 to USAF as 52-132649.  Used in rescue of downed airman March 10, 1966 at Special Forces camp
					at A Shau, for which Maj Bernard G. Fisher was awarded the Medal of Honor.  This plane
					is now on display at National Museum of USAF, Dayton, OH.  The plane at Hill AFB, UT is actually
					a VNAF Skyraider made up to look like this aircraft.  There is a photo of this plane lying on
					a scrapheap (not sure of the date).  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group , this plane caught fire and 
					crashed while on interdiction mission near Can Tho, South Vietnam Mar 21, 1965.  Both crew KIA.  Air Force
					claims they recovered this plane with CH-54 Skycrane and repaired it at Tan Son Nhut AB and returned it
					to Bien Hoa.
				132652 to South Vietnam AF
				132653 to South Vietnam AF
				132654 to USAF as 52-132654.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group shot down by AAA near Giong Dua, Tra Vinh Province,
					South Vietnam Oct 2, 1964.  Both crew KIA.
				132655 to South Vietnam AF. Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
				132656 to USAF as 52-132656.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group shot down by ground fire near Ap Vinh Tho, 
					Kien Giang Province, South Vietnam Sep 23, 1964.  Pilot rescued by helicopter, South Vietnamese observer captured
					and became POW.
				132659 to USAF as 52-132659.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing, hit by ground fire at Dong Phat, 10
					mi N of DMZ in North Vietnam Sep 13, 1966.  Able to fly to Hue and crash land.  Pilot OK.
				132661 to South Vietnam AF
				132663 to USAF as 52-132663.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire near Ban Pa Kha,
					Attopeu Province, Laos Oct 6, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				132665 to USAF as 52-132665.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing crashed into a top of a hill 5 mi
					NE of Chavane, Paravane Province, Laos Feb 14, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				132666 to USAF as 52-132666.  With 1st Air Command Squadron 34th Tactical Group crashed due to pilot error Jan 17, 1965 during
					close support mission in South Vietnam.  Pilot and South Vietnamese observer both killed.
				132667 to USAF as 52-132667.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing collide in midair with A-13 52-133925
					9 mi S of Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam Jun 6, 1968.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued but 
					observer was killed.  Pilot of other A-1E was killed.
				132668 to USAF as 52-132668.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire 10 mi
					NW of DMZ and 10 mi SW of Ban Karai Pass, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Jul 21, 1968.  Pilot bailed
					out and was rescued.
				132669 to South Vietnam AF
				132670 to USAF as 52-132670.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing crashed due to pilot 
					error in South Vietnam Jul 29, 1965.  Pilot survived.
				132672 (VA-85) ditched off USS Forrestal Oct 18, 1962.  Both crew rescued safely.
				132673 to South Vietnam AF
				132674 to USAF as 52-132674.  Formerly assigned to the Naval Air Test Center at NAS Patuxent River Maryland in 1964. 
					With 22nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing suffered engine
					failure and crash landed at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, Thailand Jan 27, 1970.  Pilot survived.
				132675 to USAF as 52-132675.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing, shot down by ground
					fire near Thon Cam Son, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Sep 10, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				132678 to USAF as 52-132678.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 56th Air Commando Wing,  shot down by ground
					fire 100 Miles NW of Vinh, Nghe An Province,  North Vietnam Aug 9, 1967.  Pilot KIA
				132680 to USAF as 52-132680.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by MiG-17 gunfire 
					10 mi E of Na San, North Vietnam Apr 29, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				132681 to USAF as 52-132681.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire 
					25 Miles South of Khe Sanh, South Vietnam in Saravane Province, Laos Jun 4, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				132683 (c/n 9540) to South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
					Recovered from Thailand and registered Apr 1983 to Yesterday's Air Force of Long Beach,
					CA as N39147.  Now in Carson City, NV in restored condition as N39147
				132686 to South Vietnam AF
				132687/132728 cancelled
				132699 to USAF as 52-132699.  With 602nd Air Commando Squadron 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing 
					crashed for unknown cause while on a RESCAP rescue mission off Dong Hoi North Vietnam Sep 10, 1965.  
					Pilot bailed out over water and was rescued by USAF HU-16 amphibian.
132729/132792		Douglas AD-5W Skyraider
				c/n 9325/9388.  Four-seat AEW version.  Redesignated EA-1E in 1962.
				132784 SOC Apr 13, 1962 at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island
				132789 (c/n 9385) reported 1976 at EAA Museum, Oshkosh, WI.  In 2013 was at March Field Museum, but it is probably
					a composite of several airframes.
132793/133042		Douglas A2D-1 Skyshark
				contract cancelled.
133043/133328		Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				Model G-89.
				133043 to MASDC as 1S0613 Apr 7, 1976.
				133044 to MASDC Aug 20, 1965.  SOC Jul 13, 1967
				133045/133328 c/n 016/299
				133045 (c/n 016) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994 as N418DF
				133046 (c/n 017) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994 as N422DF.  Now in pieces. 
				133057 (c/n 028) to Taiwan as 2103.  Reported 2008 at Taiwan Taoyuan
					IAP Aviation Museum painted as S-22103
				133059 to MASDC as 1S0319 Nov 7, 1970
				133061 (c/n 032) used in Project Skyhook, operational test of Fulton
					Recovery System, 1961-62, NATC, Patuxent River, MD
				133066 to MASDC as 1S0304 Oct 15, 1970.
				133068 to MASDC as 1S0269 Sep 29, 1970.  To N99261 with Airborne Geophysics
				133069 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133069
				133073 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133073
				133078 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133078
				133079 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133079
				133084 to MASDC as 1S0293 Aug 6, 1974
				133085 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133085
				133090 (c/n 061)to civil registry as N417DF as CALFIRE No T-76
				133091 to MASDC as 1S0255 Sep 24, 1970
				133096 to MASDC as 1S0320 Nov 18, 1970
				133097 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133097
				133099 to MASDC as 1S0272 Sep 29, 1970
				133100 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133100
				133103 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133103
				133106 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133106
				133107 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133107
				133112 to MASDC as 1S0299 Oct 11, 1970
				133113 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133113
				133123 to MASDC as 1S0288 Ovt 2, 1970
				133126 to MASDC as 1S0495 Jan 16, 1975
				133129 to MASDC as 1S0333 Dec 22, 1970, returned, back to MASDC as 1S0337 Dec 29, 1970.
					To civil registry as N428DF.
				133132 to MASDC as 1S0606
				133136 seen at NATTC Memphis Oct 21, 1975.  
				133138 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133138
				133139 to MASDC as 1S0281 Sep 29, 1970
				133143 (c/n 114) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994 as N454DF.
				133144 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				133149 (c/n 119) to TS-2A.  To civil registry as N444DF with California Department of Forestry
					and Fire Protection.
				133152 seen at NATTC Memphis Oct 21, 1975.
				133157 (c/n 128) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994 as N409DF
				133160 (c/n 131) to Royal Australian Navy as N12-133160 for use as instructional airframe.  
					May have been a GIA at NAS North Island before purchase by RAN.   Probably arrived Australia 
					Nov 7, 1966 and taken to Bankstown. Ferry flight to Nowra May 4, 1967 as N12-133160.   
					Used as a GIA for engine running and ground handling. Later to HMAS Nirimba, Schofield, Sydney Sep 1970.  
					To the Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra, Australia, arriving Jun 16, 1990.
					Noted at Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra, Australia 2002.
				133165 to MASDC as 1S0425 Sep 7, 1973
				133168 to MASDC as 1S0454 Apr 29, 1974
				133172 to MASDC as 1S0274 Sep 29, 1970
				133177 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				133179 (c/n 150) to civil registry as N5470C
				133180 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133180
				133187 to MASDC as 1S0457 May 6, 1974
				133188 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133188
				133190 (c/n 161) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N423DF.
					Noted July 2004 at Canadian Bushplane Heritage and Forest Fire
					Educational Center, Saulte Ste Marie, ON
				133193 to MASDC as 1S0314 Oct 29, 1970
				133195 to MASDC as 1S0312 Oct 26, 1970
				133196 to MASDC as 1S0298 Oct 11, 1970
				133199 (c/n 170) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N428DF
				133201 to MASDC as 1S0538 May 8, 1975
				133202 (c/n 173) as US-28 0510 preserved in Muse de la Aviaciaon Naval, Bahia Blanca, Argentina
				133204 (c/n 175) to N446DF as CALFIRE T-94
				133212 to Italian AF in 1964 as MM133212
				133215 to Uruguyan Navy as 851 and noted preserved Dec 2009 at Laugna del Sauce
				133218 to MASDC as 1S0046
				133220 to MASDC as 1S0005 Jul 1, 1965
				133222 (c/n 193) registered to USDA Forestry Service Jun 17, 2003 as N443DF
				133223 (c/n 194) to MASDC as 1S0607
				133224 (c/n 195) became N443DF as CALFIRE T-84.  To Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa,
					CA Oct 2006
				133225 to MASDC as 1S0292 Oct 7, 1970
				133227 to MASDC as 1S0453 Apr 25, 1974
				133233 (c/n 204) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N452DF
				133234 (c/n 205) to civil registry as N419DF
				133237 (c/n 208) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N439DF
				133241 (c/n 212) to MASDC as 1S0740 Mar 2, 1970.  To civilian registry as N422DF
				133242 (c/n 213) with Collings Foundation as N31957.
				133245 (c/n 216) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N426DF
				133246 (c/n 217) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N433DF.
					Fuselage still at Abbotsford Sep 23, 2005.
				133250 to MASDC as 1S0336 Dec 28, 1970
				133251 (c/n 222) to civil registry as N412DF as CALFIRE T-78.  At Aerospace Museum of California, 
					McClellan Park, CA Feb 2008
				133261 to MASDC as 1S0033
				133264 (c/n 235, TS-2A) was at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.  In 2006 transferred to Empire State
					Aerosciences Museum, Glenville, NY.
				133265 to MASDC as 1S0264 Sep 26, 1970
				133273 to MASDC as 1S0458 May 15, 1974
				133275 (c/n 246) to CALFIRE as N423DF
				133276 (c/n 247) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N432DF
				133278 (c/n 249) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N429DF
				133282 to MASDC as 1S0417 Jul 31, 1973
				133283 (c/n 254) to civil registry as N424DF
				133284 (c/n 255) to TS-2A.  To civil registry as N442DF with California Department of Forestry and
					Fire Protection.  Crashed Aug 28, 2001.
				133285 (c/n 256) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N427DF
				133295 (c/n 266) to civil registry as N405DF
				133298 to MASDC as 1S0035 Aug 26, 1965
				133300 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				133302 to MASDC as 1S0290 Oct 6, 1970
				133303 to MASDC as 1S0466 Jun 6, 1974
				133305 (c/n 276) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N430DF
				133310 (c/n 281) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N441DF
				133312 to MASDC as 1S0305 Oct 15, 1970
				133317 to MASDC as 1S0341 Jan 16, 1971
				133319 to MASDC as 1S0032 Aug 25, 1965
				133322 (c/n 293) to civil registry as N406DF with CALFIRE
				133323 to MASDC as 1S0608 Mar 17, 1976.  Gone by Aug 2010
				133324 (c/n 295) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N407DF
				133327 (c/n 298) noted with Conair at Abbotsford Aug 2, 1994, as N431DF
				133328 to MASDC as 1S0711 May 4, 1978, returned.  Back to MASDC as 1S0772 Apr 1, 1990.  Gone by Aug 2010.
133329/133388		Grumman S2F-2 Tracker
				Model G-89.  
				133329 first flight Jul 12, 1954.
				133331 to MASDC as 1S0349 Mar 29, 1971
				133336 to MASDC as 1S0048
				133341 converted to RS-2C.  To MASDC as 1S0375 Jun 1, 1972.
				133342 to MASDC as 1S0376 Jun 26, 1972
				133343 to MASDC as 1S0325 Dec 8, 1970
				133344 to MASDC as 1S0357 Jul 27, 1971
				133346 to MASDC as 2S0325 Dec 8, 1970
				133347 modified to US-2C
				133349 to MASDC as 1S0355 Jun 15, 1971.  Derelict by 1982
				133350 to MASDC as 1S0398 Apr 19, 1973.
				133351 to civil registry as N8110Q
				133355 (c/n 27B) to civil registry as N7046U as cloud seeder.  Crashed on takeoff from Reno-Stead
					Apt Apr 17, 2000 after losing an engine.  3 crew killed.
				133360 to MASDC as 1S0330 Dec 18, 1970
				133368 to MASDC as 1S0331 Dec 17, 1970
				133369 to MASDC as 2S0433 Oct 31, 1973
				133375 to MASDC as 1S0407 Jul 12, 1973
				133377 to MASDC as 1S0440 Jan 9, 1974
				133379 to MASDC as 1S0328 Dec 16, 1970
				133382 to MASDC as 1S0327
				133382 to MASDC as 1S0352 Jul 7, 1971
				133383 (c/n N55) MAP delivery to Royal Thai Navy as 383.  WFU and stored at U-Tapao
				133384 (c/n N56) w/o May 22, 1961. Did not go to Thai Navy
				133385 (US-2C) preserved at Sapgyoho Marine Park Warship Museum, Asan, South Korea Nov 2007.
133389/133488		Cancelled contract for F3H-1N to be built by Temco.
133489/133519		McDonnell F3H-1N Demon 
				c/n 1/31.  Not put into service, used as ground trainers or scrapped. 
133520			McDonnell F3H-2N Demon
				c/n 32. F3H-1N modified during construction as F3H-2N development aircraft.  First flight Apr 23, 1955.
133521			McDonnell F3H-1N Demon 
				c/n 33.  Not put into servive 
133522			McDonnell F3H-2N Demon
				C/n 34.  F3H-1N modified during construction as F3H-2N development aircraft.
133523/133548		McDonnell F3H-1N Demon 
				C/n 35/60.  Not put into service; used as ground trainers or scrapped. 
133549/133568		McDonnell F3H-2N Demon
				C/n 61/80.  Redesignated F-3C in 1962
				133552 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				133566 (c/n 78) at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.
133569			McDonnell F3H-2M Demon
				c/n 81
133570/133622		McDonnell F3H-2N Demon
				Redesignated F-3C in 1962
				133570/133581 C/n 82/93 
				133582/133586 C/n 95/99 
				133587/133604 C/n 104/121 
				133605 C/n 123
				133606 C/n 125
				133607 C/n 127
				133608 C/n 129
				133609/133611 C/n 132/134 
				133612/133614 C/n 136/138 
				133615/133617 C/n 140/142 
				133618/133619 C/n 144/145 
				133620/133621 C/n 147/148 
				133622 C/n 150 
				133573 modified as test bed for AN/APQ-50 radar for F4H-1 Phantom
133623/133638		McDonnell F3H-2M Demon
				Redesignated MF-3B in 1962
				133623 C/n 94
				133624/133627 C/n 100/103 
				133628 C/n 122
				133629 C/n 124
				133630 C/n 126
				133631 C/n 128
				133632/133633 C/n 130/131 
				133634 C/n 135 
				133635 C/n 139 
				133636 C/n 143 
				133637 C/n 146 
				133638 C/n 149
133639			Goodyear XZP4K
133640/133651		Lockheed P2V-5 Neptune
				For Australia under MDAP.  All operated by 11 (M/R) Sqn, initially
					at Pierce, W. A., then Richmond, NSW.
				133640 (c/n 426-5021) RAAF A89-505, reserialled A89-302, built as P2V-4, converted
					to P2V-5 before delivery.  Belly landed at Muroc Lake when gear would not lower.  To Alameda for
					repaires.  Delivered to RAAF Nov 1951 and allocated to No. 11 Squadron.  In Sep 1997 allocated to RAAF
					Museum and trucked from Wagga Wagga, NSW to Point Cook, VIC.  In 2014 was in storage at RAAF Museum
					awaiting refurbishment.
				133641 (c/n 426-5022) RAAF A89-592, reserialled A89-301, built as P2V-4, converted
					to P2V-5.  To RAAF Base Laverton fire dump.
				133642 (c/n 426-5086) RAAF A89-983, reserialled A89-305.  Used for spares.
				133643 (c/n 426-5087) RAAF A89-736 reserialled A89-308.  Crashed near Richmond
					NSW 02/04/1959 after engine fire.  All crew killed.
				133644 (c/n 426-5088) RAAF A89-589, reserialled A89-307.  Broken up 11/68.
				133645 (c/n 426-5092) RAAF A89-545, reserialed A89-304.  Broken up 11/68.
				133646 (c/n 426-5093) RAAF A89-294, reserialled A89-303.  Sold for scrap 1974.
				133647 (c/n 426-5094) RAAF A89-228, reserialled A89-306.  Broken up 11/68.
				133648 (c/n 426-5110) RAAF A89-694, reserialled A89-309.  Broken up 11/68
				133649 (c/n 426-5111) RAAF A89-236, reserialled A89-310.  To RAAF Base Wagga
					fire dump.
				133650 (c/n 426-5112) RAAF A89-225, reserialled A89-311.  Broken up 11/68.
				133651 (c/n 426-5122) RAAF A89-405, reserialled A89-312.  Broken up 11/68.
133652/133731		Vought F4U-7 Corsair
				MDAP for French Navy (Aeronavale)		
				133670 noted dumped at Cuers AB late 1960s
				133690 noted dumped at Cuers AB late 1960s
				133693 to Aeronavale as 692.  Returned to US Navy.  To Air Museum of Canada,
					Calgary, Alberta as CF-VUM. To American Aerospace and Military Museum,
					Pomona, CA as N693M.  To private user as N33693 in 1971.  Crashed and 
					destroyed near Brown Field, San Diego, CA May 10, 1987.
				133696 noted dumped at Cuers AB late 1960s
				133704 to Aeronavale as 704.  Put on display at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial 
					Park, painted as 129359.  Damaged by Hurrican Katrina in 2005
					and not repaired.  Moved Apr 2008 to San Diego Air and Space Museum
					for repair and display
				133710 to Aeronavale as 710. 
				133722 airworthy as NX1337A, later N1337A
				133714 to Aeronavale as 714. To USMC Museum, Quantico, VA in 1969 as N33714.
					Later to private users.  Flown in TV series "Baa Baa Black Sheep".  To Canadian
					user as C-GWFU.  Made first flight Aug 2008 after four-year
					restoration by OADS Aviation, Manassas, VA  
				133722 to Aeronavale as 722.  To US user as N1337A.
133732/133735		Sikorsky XHR2S-1
133736/133738		McDonnell XHRH-1
133739/133753		Sikorsky HO4S-3
				For Royal Navy in United Kingdom under MDAP
				133739 (c/n 55455) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953. To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV199 Sep 16, 1953.  
					W/o Jan 10, 1957
				133740 (c/n 55456) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV200 Sep 16, 1953.  
					W/o Sep 4, 1956, reduced to spares by Westlands and SOC Nov 20, 1956
				133741 (c/n 55457) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953. to Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV201 Sep 26, 1953.  
					W/o Jun 14, 1954
				133742 (c/n 55474) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV202 Sep 26, 1953  
					W/o Dec 15, 1958, broken up as spares at Royal Navy Air Yard (RNAY) Fleetlands
				133743 (c/n 55475) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV203 Sep 26, 1953.  
					Sold Nov 19, 1970 as ZS-HDO.  Stored derelict at Swartkop Museum, South Africa
				133744 (c/n 55476) delivered to US Navy Jul 7, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV204 Sep 26, 1953.  
					Sold Nov 19, 2004 as ZS-HDN.  Stored derelict at Swartkop Museum, South Africa
				133745 (c/n 55477) delivered to US Navy Jul 8, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV205 Sep 26, 1953.  
					To Lee-on-Solent dump Jun 1969.
				133746 (c/n 55478) delivered to US Navy Jul 8, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV218 Sep 26, 1953.  
					SOC Feb 25, 1960.  Broken up as spares at Hal Far, Malta
				133747 (c/n 55479) delivered to US Navy Jul 9, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV219 Sep 26, 1953.  
					W/o Jul 7, 1961
				133748 (c/n 55480) delivered to US Navy Jul 9, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV220 Sep 26, 1953.  
					SOC Feb 25, 1960 and broken up as spares at Hal Far, Malta
				133749 (c/n 55481) delivered to US Navy Jul 9, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV221 Sep 26, 1953.  
					W/o Jul 15, 1957
				133750 (c/n 55497) delivered to US Navy Jul 22, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV222 Sep 26, 1953  
					SOC Feb 5, 1960, broken up as spares at Hal Far, Malta
				133751 (c/n 55498) delivered to US Navy Jul 22, 1953.  To Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV223 Sep 26, 1953.  
					Sold to Autair Nov 19, 1970 as ZS-HDM(N?).  
				133752 (c/n 55499) delivered to US Navy Jul 22, 1953. to Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV224 Sep 26, 1953.  
					Sold Nov 19, 1970.  Preserved and on display at SAAF Museum, AFB Ysterplaat, Cape Town, South Africa
				133753 (c/n 55500) delivered to US Navy Jul 22, 1953. to Royal Navy as Whirlwind HAS.22 WV225 Sep 26, 1953.  
					W/o Sep 23, 1955.
133754/133755		North American XFJ-2 Fury
				133754 SOC Jun 1955, diverted to ground training at NAMC Philadelphia
				133755 SOC at NATC Patuxent River Nov 1953 during experimental flight.
133756			North American XFJ-2B Fury
133757/133776		Douglas AD-5W Skyraider
				c/n 9389/9408.  Four-seat AEW version.  Redesignated EA-1E in 1962.
				133764 (VAW-2) lost power on takeoff from USS Coral Sea in 1955 and crashed into sea off
					port side.  All 3 crewmembers recovered.
				133770 ditched off NAS Cubi Point Sep 25, 1967.  4 crew survived.
133777/133779		Sikorsky HO4S-3
				For Netherlands Navy under MDAP
				133777 (c/n 55471) delivered to US Navy Jul 9, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy as 8-2 Sep 9, 1953, named Salome, 
					reserialled 076.  Preserved at Aviodrome, Lelystad Airport, Netherlands.  
				133778 (c/n 55472) delivered to US Navy Jul 9, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy as 8-3 Sep 9, 1953, named Cleopatra, 
					reserialled 077.  Crashed at Noordwijk Feb 27, 1962
				133779 (c/n 55473) delivered to US Navy Jul 9, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy as 8-4 Sep 9, 1953, named Delilah.  
					Crashed Jul 7, 1959.
133780/133781		Vought XS2U-1W/XWU-1
				cancelled contract
133782/133816		Cessna OE-1 Bird Dog
				133785 (VMO-6) crashlanded near Sinsan-Ni, Korea Apr 3, 1952.
				133788 (VMO-6) lost on leaflet dropping mission Jul 3, 1952.
				133792 (VMO-6) hit by AAA, one crewman bailed out Jul 18, 1952.
				133793 (VMO-6) crashlanded near Tonggo-ri (Camp Peterson), Korea Apr 27, 1952.
				133806 (VMO-6) shot down on recon mission Jan 18, 1953.
133817/133818		McCulloch XHUM-1
				133817 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				133818 at Yanks Museum, Chino, California.
133819/133832		Vought F4U-7 Corsair
				MDAP for France
133833/133843		Vought AU-1 Corsair
				133837 (VMF-225) left runway at NAS Niagra Falls, NY in 1953 and was seriously damaged.
133844/133853		Sikorsky HO4S-3
				cancelled contract
133854/133929		Douglas AD-5 Skyraider
				c/n 9544/9619.  Two seat day attack version. Could be quickly converted for aero-medical evacuation with 
					four casualty litters;  VIP transport with four rear-facing seats; Twelve-seat troop transport with 
					bench seats; utility cargo transport; photographic reconnaissance with five cameras; target towing.  
					Redesignated A-1E when used in the attack role and UA-1E when used as utility aircraft.
				133855 to USAF as 52-133855. 
				133857 to USAF as 52-133857.  
				133860 noted at MASDC in 1971. To USAF as 52-133860. 
				133861 to South Vietnam AF
				133862 to South Vietnam AF
				133864 to USAF as 52-133864.  
				133865 to USAF as 52-133865.
				133866 to South Vietnam AF
				133867 to USAF as 52-133867.  
				133869 to USAF as 52-133869.
				133871 to USAF as 52-133871.  
				133872 to USAF as 52-133872.  
				133873 to USAF as 52-133873.
				133875 to South Vietnam AF
				133876 to South Vietnam AF
				133878 to South Vietnam AF
				133878 to South Vietnam AF
				133880 to USAF as 52-133880.
				133882 to USAF as 52-133882.
				133883 to USAF as 52-133883.
				133885 to South Vietnam AF.  To USAF as 52-133885.  
				133886 to USAF as 52-133886.
				133888 to USAF as 52-133888.
				133889 to USAF as 52-133889.
				133890 to USAF as 52-133890.
				133891 to South Vietnam AF
				133896 to USAF as 52-133896.  
				133897 to South Vietnam AF.  To USAF as 52-133897.
				133898 to USAF as 52-133898.
				133899 to USAF as 52-133899.
				133901 to USAF as 52-133901.
				133905 to USAF as 52-133905.
				133906 to South Vietnam AF
				133907 to USAF as 52-133907.
				133908 to USAF as 52-133908. 
				133909 to USAF as 52-133909.
				133910 to USAF as 52-133910.
				133913 to USAF as 52-133913.
				133914 to South Vietnam AF.  To USAF as 52-133914.  
				133915 to South Vietnam AF.  To USAF as 52-133915.
				133918 to USAF as 52-133918.
				133919 to South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
				133920 to South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
				133922 to South Vietnam AF
				133925 to USAF as 52-133915.  
				133926 to USAF as 52-133926.  
				133927 to USAF as 52-133927.  
				133928 to USAF as 52-133928.  
133930/134004		Douglas AD-5 Skyraider
				Two seat day attack version. Could be quickly converted for aero-medical evacuation with four casualty litters; 
					VIP transport with four rear-facing seats; Twelve-seat troop transport with bench seats; utility cargo 
					transport; photographic reconnaissance with five cameras; target towing.  Redesignated A-1E when used in 
					the attack role and UA-1E when used as utility aircraft
				133987 to USAF as 52-133987.
				133989 to USAF as 52-133989.
				133990 to USAF as 52-133990.
134004			Beech JRB-4
				reconditioned aircraft
134005/134018		Douglas AD-4B Skyraider 
				Cancelled contract.
134019/134034		Goodyear ZSG-4  
				134025/134034 cancelled
134035/134072		North American AJ-2 Savage
				c/n 184-18/55
				134035 retired Jan 1959
				134036 retired Jun 1958
				134037 retired Jan 1959
				134038 DBR Feb 1956
				134039 retired Feb 1959
				134040 w/o Nov 8, 1954
				134041 retired Sep 1957
				134042 retired Aug 1959
				134043 retired Mar 1959
				134044 retired Aug 1959
				134045 w/o Feb 10, 1955
				134046 retired Nov 1958
				134047 retired Aug 1959
				134048 retired Apr 1959
				134049 retired Jan 1959
				134050 retired Jan 1959
				134051 DBR Apr 1958
				134052 retired Feb 1959
				134053 retired Jan 1959
				134054 retired Jan 1959
				134055 retired Nov 1957
				134056 retired Jul 1958
				134057 w/o aUG 6, 1954
				134058 retired Mar 1959
				134059 retired Dec 1957
				134060 w/o Jan 10, 1957
				134061 retired Oct 1957
				134062 retired Aug 1957
				134063 retired Jan 1959
				134064 DBR Mar 1956
				134065 retired Jan 1959
				134066 DBR Mar 1957
				134067 retired Feb 1959
				134068 DBR Jan 1956
				134069 used by NASA for weightless simulation.
				134070 w/o Mar 1, 1955
				134071 rtired Jul 1958
				134072 DBR Apr 1958
134073/134075		North American AJ-2P Savage
				c/n 183-5/7
				134073 retired Feb 1960
				134074 retired Feb 1960
				134075 DBR Mar 1957
134076/134233		Douglas AD-5 Skyraider 
				order cancelled.
134234/134244		Grumman F9F-8 Cougar
				Model G-99
				134243 assigned to Naval Air Reserve Training Command based at NAS New Orleans, LA May 1962.
134245/134433		Grumman F9F-6 Cougar
				Model G-93.  Contract cancelled
134434/134437		Piasecki HUP-2 Retriever
				134434 (c/n 263) to N93071.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
134438/134445		Douglas A2D-1 Skyshark 
				contract cancelled.
134446/134465		Grumman F9F-6P Cougar
				Model G-93
				134451 seen at Stellar Air Park, AZ in Jul 1981.  Under restoration at Reno/Stead, NV Dec 2009
					In 2013 was seen in pieces on taxiway at Reno/Stead
134466/134637		Douglas AD-6 Skyraider 
				c/n 9695/9866.  Single-seat day attack version.  Redesignated A-1H in 1962
				134466 wreck seen May 1967 by Marines near Con Thien, Vietnam.
				134471 to USAF as 52-134471.  With 602nd Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing crashed in
					Thailand due to engine faiure Mar 14, 1970.  Pilot killed. 
				134472 to South Vietnam AF.  At Royal Thai AF Museum, Don Maung.
				134473 to South Vietnam AF
				134478 (VA-85) crashed into sea off southern coast of Sicily Feb 5, 1963.  Pilot killed
				134479 to South Vietnam AF
				134482 (VA-196) hit by ground fire near Qui Vinh 70 mi N of DMZ Sep 28, 1965.  Flew 10 miles Offshore of Mu Ron Ma, 
					Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam, where pilot bailed out.  Pilot drowned.
				134483 to South Vietnam AF
				134484 to South Vietnam AF
				134488 to South Vietnam AF
				134490 crashed at China Lake Ranges, CA Jun 3, 1954. Pilot killed.
				134493 to South Vietnam AF
				134497 to South Vietnam AF
				134498 to South Vietnam AF
				134499 (VA-25) shot down by PLAAF MiG-17F fighter Feb 14, 1968 after straying into Chinese airspace off coast
					of Hainan Island.  Pilot bailed out but was never heard from again.
				134500 to South Vietnam AF
				134505 to South Vietnam AF
				134508 to USAF as 52-134508.
				134518 to USAF as 52-134518.
				134519 to South Vietnam AF
				134522 with VA-196/CVG19
				134526 to South Vietnam AF
				134530 (VA-85) crashed into sea about 27 mi from USS Forrestal May 20, 1961.  Pilot recovered safely.
				134531 to South Vietnam AF
				134534 (VA-165) hit by AAA 25 Miles North of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Sep 13, 1966.  Was able to fly
					out to Gulf of Tonkin where pilot bailed out and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				134536 to South Vietnam AF
				134550 to South Vietnam AF
				134551 hit by AAA in mission over southern Laos Mar 1972.  Was able to land
					safely and was repaired.  On May 1, 1972 the aircraft was shot down
					by an SA-7 with 1st Special Operations Squadron 56th Special Operations Wing May 1, 1972.  Pilot was 
					able to fly to the coast where pilot bailed out and was rescued by US Army helicopter.
				134555 to South Vietnam AF
				134557 to South Vietnam AF
				134562 to USAF as 52-134562.
				134565 to South Vietnam AF
				134568 to USAF as 52-134568.
				134569 to South Vietnam AF
				134570 to South Vietnam AF.  To USAF as 52-134570.
				134577 (c/n 9806) to AMARC Jul 1967.  Oct 1967 to NARF, NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island.  To USAF as 52-134577.
				134585 to South Vietnam AF
				134586 (VA-145) hit by small arms fire over Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam Aug 3, 1966.  Was able to fly out
					over Gulf of Tonkin where pilot bailed out and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				134588 to USAF as 52-134588.
				134595 to South Vietnam AF
				134600 to South Vietnam AF.  Now at USAF Museum in bad need of restoration.
				134605 to South Vietnam AF
				134607 to South Vietnam AF
				134609 to South Vietnam AF
				134614 to USAF as 52-134614.
				134619 (VA-152) shot down by ground fire over Son La Province, North Vietnam Aug 29, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				134622 to USAF as 52-134622.
				134625 (VA-115) collided with A-1H 135225 in midair E of Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam in The Gulf of Tonkin
					Mar 17, 1967.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.  Pilot of other A-1H killed.
				134630 to AMARC as AH0002 Nov 26, 1997
				134631 to South Vietnam AF
				134632 (c/n 9861) transferred to USAF as 52-134632.  
				134634 to South Vietnam AF
				134636 to South Vietnam AF.  At Military History Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam Jan 2008
134638/134663		Lockheed P2V-6M Neptune  
				c/n 626-6035/6060.  For French Navy.  Usually still displayed US Navy serial and the last 3 digits as French serial
				134640 returned to USA
				134646 at Military History Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam Nov 2006
				134647 French Navy serial was 647.  Returned to USA
134664/134676		Lockheed P2V-5 Neptune 
				for Netherlands under MDAP
				134664/134670 cancelled 
				134671 (c/n 426-5273) to Netherlands Navy Dec 8, 1953 as 19-21.
					Returned Mar 9, 1962, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4701
				134672 (c/n 426-5274) to Netherlands Navy Dec 16, 1953 as 19-22.
					Returned Jun 7, 1961, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4702
				134673 (c/n 426-5275) to Netherlands Navy Dec 15, 1953 as 19-23.
					Returned Jun 4, 1960, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4703
				134674 (c/n 426-5276) to Netherlands Navy Jan 21, 1954 as 19-24,.
					Returned Feb 3, 1961, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4704
				134675 (c/n 426-5277) to Netherlands Navy Dec 23, 1953 as 19-25.
					Returned Jul 29, 1961, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4705  
				134676 (c/n 426-5278) to Netherlands Navy Jan 21, 1954 as 19-26.
					Returned Apr 21, 1960, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4706  
134667/134670		Sikorsky XHSS-1 Seabat
				c/n 58-1X/58-4X.  Serials reassigned from cancelled P2V-5 batch
134677/134691		Piasecki HUP-2 Retriever
				contract cancelled
134692/134717 		Beech SNB-5
				New-build SNB-5s for Royal Netherlands Naval Air Service and French Navy under MAP.
				134692 (c/n MD-1) to Netherlands Navy (MLD) Sep 1953 as U-41 then 21-41 then 080.  W/o at Jever (Germany)
					Apr 27, 1967.  SOC May 6, 1968.  Noted Jul 23, 1971 stored at Valkenburg, subsequently
					on dump there until 1977
				134693 (c/n MD-22) to Netherlands Navy (MLD) as U-42 then 21-42 then 081.  WFU Apr 1, 1974.
					To scrapyard at Oud-Karspel Feb 1976 and broken up for scrap by late 1978.
				134694 (c/n MD-23) to Netherlands Navy (MLD) as U-43 then 21-43 then 082 
					Oct 21, 1959.  SOC Mar 1, 1974, to scrapyard at Oud-Karspel Feb 1976.
					Broken up for scrap by late 1978.
				134695 (c/n MD-24) to Netherlands Navy (MLD) as U-44 then 21-44 then 083.  
					WFU Apr 1, 1974.  To scrapyard at Oud-Karspel Feb 1976 and broken up for scrap
					by late 1978
				134696 (c/n MD-25)to Netherlands Navy (MLD) as U-45 then 21-45 then 084.  
					SOC Mar 1, 1974, WFU Apr 1, 1974.  To scrapyard at Oud-Karspel Feb 1976
					and broken up for scrap by late 1978.
				134697 (c/n MD-26) to Netherlands Navy (MLD) as U-46 then 21-46 then 085. 
					SOC Mar 1, 1974, WFU Apr 1, 1974. To scrapyard at Oud-Karspel Feb 1976
					and completely broken up for scrap by late 1978
				134698 (c/n MD-2) to French Navy May 23, 1953 as 698.
				134699 (c/n MD-3) to French Navy May 25, 1953 as 699.
				134700 (c/n MD-4) to French Navy May 27, 1953 as 700.
				134701 (c/n MD-5) to French Navy May 27, 1953 as 701.  
				134702 (c/n MD-6) to French Navy May 27, 1953 as 702
				134703 (c/n MD-7) to French Navy May 29, 1953 as 703.
				134704 (c/n MD-8) to French Navy May 29, 1953 as 704.
				134705 (c/n MD-9) to French Navy May 29, 1953 as 134705, may have been
					reserialled AL4.  Registered N61911 Oct 15, 1973 and flown to
					Reykjavik, Iceland the following year.  Owner died and aircraft
					noted derelict at Reykjavik Aug 23, 1975.  Believed scrapped.
				134706 (c/n MD-10) to French Navy as 706.  To Joseph V. Masin Aircraft Sales in March 1973 
					and registered N61912 Jun 15, 1973.  Registration cancelled as
					"destroyed" Jun 9, 1975 but reinstated Apr 21, 1976.  Registered to 
					Arthur A. Williams of Augsburg, Germany.  Aircraft noted at Frankfurt
					May 5, 1976 being worked on.  Purchased by Jonathan Arnold Aug 2001.  
					Sold to  Chicago Air, Chicago, IL Aug 27, 2001 and ferried to USA
					Aug 30, 2001.  Last reported Dec 1, 2001 when ground-looped on landing
					and struck marker at Janesville, WI.  Sale has been reported.  To Blackhawk Technical College,
					Janesville, Wisconsin in 2008 as instructional airframe
				134707 (c/n MD-11) to French Navy Jun 18, 1953 as 707
				134708 (c/n MD-12) to French Navy Jun 18, 1953 as 708
				134709 (c/n MD-13) to French Navy Jun 18, 1953 as 709.  Reported early 1990s
					stored at Rochefort-Soubise by Musee de Tradition l'Aeronautique
					Navale.  There is a conflict on the c/n, as an Air-Britain
					member looked at the plane's plate and it shows MD-9.
				134710 (c/n MD-14) to French Navy Jun 18, 1953 as 710.
				134711 (c/n MD-15) to French Navy Jun 18, 1953 as 711
				134712 (c/n MD-16) to French Navy Jun 25, 1953 as 712.
				134713 (c/n MD-17) to French Navy Jun 18, 1953 as 713.  Noted as gate guard at Frejus-St Raphael AB, France in 1973.
				134714 (c/n MD-18) to French Navy Jun 25, 1953 as 714.
				134715 (c/n MD-19) to French Navy Jun 25, 1953 as 715
				134716 (c/n MD-20) to French Navy Jun 25, 1953 as 716
				134717 (c/n MD-21) to French Navy Jun 25, 1953 as 717
134718/134723		Lockheed P2V-5 Neptune 
				c/n 5279/5284.  To Netherlands Navy under MDAP as 19-27/19-32
				134718 (c/n 426-5279) to Netherlands Navy Jan 21, 1954 as 19-27, later 092.
					Returned Oct 6, 1960, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4707  
				134719 (c/n 426-5280) to Netherlands Navy Jan 21, 1954 as 19-28, later 093.
					Returned Jul 29, 1961, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4708  
				134720 (c/n 426-5281) to Netherlands Navy Feb 24, 1954 as 19-29, later 094.
					Returned Dec 7, 1961, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4709  
				134721 (c/n 426-5282) to Netherlands Navy Feb 25, 1954 as 19-30, later 095.
					Returned Dec 2, 1960, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4710  
				134722 (c/n 426-5283) to Netherlands Navy Feb 24, 1954 as 19-31, later 096.
					Returned Jul 29, 1960, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4711.  Preserved at Museo do Ar,
					Sintra, Portugal.
				134723 (c/n 426-5284) to Netherlands Navy Feb 24, 1954 as 19-32, later 097.
					Returned Apr 18, 1961, to Portuguese AF as FAP 4712  
134724-134743 		Hiller HTE-2 
				MDAP for UK as HT.1 XB474/XB481, XB513/XB524. 
				134724 (c.n 510, XB474) to G-ASVH Aut 11, 1964, to SE-HNU Jun 1985
				134725 (XB475) w/o Jun 21, 1954
				134726 c/n 536 (XB476) to G-ASVI Aug 11, 1964, to N3877E Feb 1983, to RP-C786
				134727 (XB477) to G-ASVJ Jun 28, 1953, w/o Ag 4, 1966, composit with XB519
				134728 (XB478) to G-ASTM Jun 2, 1964, to N3877K Feb 1983, to N583DC
				134729 (XB479) to G-ASVK to N38768 Feb 1983, to N539DC
				134730 (XB480) at Fleet Air Museum, RNAS Yeovilton
				134731 (XB481) to G-ASVL, to N3877A Feb 1983
				134732 (c/n 542, XB513) to G-ASTR.  Deregistered as UH-12B Jan 21, 1980 and to N3877F.  Cancelled Apr 19, 2011.
				134733 (XB514) w/o Sep 9, 1957
				134734 (XB515) w/o Nov 4, 1958
				134735 (XB516) w/o Jan 10, 1962
				134736 (XB517) SOC Jul 23, 1962
				134737 (XB518) w/o Jan 10, 1956
				134738 (XB519) WFU Jan 1961
				134739 (XB520) w/o Jul 10, 1954
				134740 (XB521) w/o Apr 29, 1959
				134741 (XB522) parts to G-ASVK (XB749) 
				134742 (XB523) w/o May 26, 1955, parts to G-ASVL (XB481) 
				134743 (XB524) w/o Feb 25, 1955
134744/134973		Douglas F4D-1 Skyray 
				c/n 10338/10567.  Redesignated F-6A in 1962.
				134748 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				134758 to NACA at Moffett Field, California
				134762 crashed San Diego, CA May 14, 1958 when pilot ejected after flight controls locked up
					due to crankpin failure.
				134764 on display at Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD since 1978
				134806 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, NAS Pensacola, FL.
				134826 crashed in Manzano Mountains in central New Mexico Jun 19, 1964.  Pilot
					killed.  
				134836 on display at New England Air Museum,
					Bradley AP, Connecticut
				134846 (VF-102) pilot ejected from stricken aircraft May 3, 1961 and was picked up.
				134916 crashed into Mediterranean Sea Jul 24, 1959.  Pilot killed.
					It is possible that the pilot inadvertantly turned the engine off.
				134924 (VF-102) crashed on flight deck Jul 18, 1960.  Pilot uninjured but plane substantially damaged.
				134936 (c/n 10530) in 1979 was with Metropolitan College, Denver, Colorado.  Later at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, 
					Pueblo, CO.  Civilianized as N4263
				134942 assigned to Naval Air Reserve, Olathe, Kansas during 1960s.
				134950 at NAS Oceana Air Park
134974/135054		Douglas AD-5N Skyraider
				c/n 10051/10131.  Four-seat night attack version.  Redesignated A-1G in 1962.
				134976 to South Vietnam AF
				134987 to South Vietnam AF
				134989 to USAF as 52-134989
				134997 to USAF as 52-134997.  With 1st Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing hit by ground fire 
					10 Miles East of Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Nov 22, 1966.  Flew to Da Nang where it crash landed
					on the runway.  Crew of 2 survived.
				135005 to USAF as 52-135005.
				135007 to USAF as 52-135007.  
				135010 converted to AD-5Q (EA-1F. With VAW-13, lost in cold catapult shot off USS Hancock Jun 20, 1966.  
					One killed, two survived.
				135011 (VAW-13) ditched off NAS Cubi Point Apr 27, 1964.
				135018 at (EA-1F) Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				135021 to USAF as 52-135021.
				135028 wreck seen at Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, Charleston, Rhode Island Aug 1978.
				135038 to South Vietnam AF
				135040 to USAF as 52-135040.  Collided Jun 16, 1965 in midair with 133889 (52-133889)
					over Pleiku Province, Vietnam.
				135042 to South Vietnam AF
				135043 to USAF as 52-135043.
				135047 to South Vietnam AF
				135048 crashed Mendocino Co, CA Feb 13, 1958.
					Crew parachuted to safety
				135054 converted to AD-5Q four-seat ECM version.  Kits supplied to convert 53 AD-5N aircraft in service.
135055/135138		Douglas AD-5N Skyraider
				Four-seat night attack version.
				135129 to USAF as 52-135129.
135139/135222		Douglas AD-5W Skyraider
				c/n 10216/10299.  Four-seat AEW version.  Redesignated EA-1E in 1962.
				135141 to USAF as 52-135141. 
				135152 (c/n 10229) reported 1975 stored at NAS Memphis, TN.
					Later on civilian registry as N37AM, later as N65164.  Airworthy with Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas
				135154 to USAF as 52-135154.  
				135165 to USAF as 52-135165.
				135178 (c/n 10255) to USMC Museum, Quantico, VA Jun 1971.  To 
					civil register as N62466 with Doug Champlin Collection of
					Enid, OK.  Passed through several hands and by Oct 1987
					reported back at USMC Museum.  Reported in 1989 with Peter
					Thelen at Fort Lauderdale, FL.  In 2011 based in St Charles, Missouri, still as N62466.
				135187 to USAF as 52-135187.
				135188 (c/n 10265) originally accepted by the U.S.N. from Douglas at El Segundo, California on June 23, 1955 and 
					assigned to VC-11 NAS North Island, California. During the next four years, the Skyraider served aboard 
					the U.S.S. Wasp (CV-18), the U.S.S. Hornet (CV-12) and the U.S.S. Shangri La (CV-38) between shore 
					assignments before being placed in storage at Litchfield Park, Arizona on December 29 1959.  On 
					November 30 1962, the Skyraider was redesignated EA-1E while still in storage and stricken from the 
					books in March 1963. However, with the U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, it was reinstated into 
					service and assigned to VAW-33 serving aboard the U.S.S. Intrepid and U.S.S. Wasp. While on the Wasp t
					he aircraft was overhauled again when it’s radome was removed and the airframe modified and 
					redesignated A-1E.  Initially assigned to VA-122 at N.A.S. Lemoore, California, it later served aboard 
					the U.S.S. Kittyhawk and then went to VAQ-33 at Quonset Point as a utility and training aircraft. 
					Finally, the Skyraider was sent to the Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Centre February 1970. 
					There it remained until Roy Stafford acquired the aircraft in 1989. at Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia WA.  Still airworthy.
					Reported May 1989 dismantled at Chino, CA.  Was acquired by civilian user and given serial N188BP, went through
					several owners. Registration N188RH reserved Sep 5, 2008, taken up Oct 1, 2008.  In 2012 was with the 
					Collings Foundation.
				135195 to USAF as 52-135195. 
				135201 to USAF as 52-135201. 
				135202 to USAF as 52-135202.
				135206 to South Vietnam AF
				135211 to USAF as 52-135211.
				135215 to South Vietnam AF
135223/135406		Douglas AD-6 Skyraider
				c/n 9867/10050.  Single-seat day attack version.  Redesignated A-1H in 1962.
				135223 to South Vietnam AF
				135224 to South Vietnam AF
				135225 (VA-115) collided in midair with A-1H 134625 E of Quang Binh Province North Vietnam in The Gulf of Tonkin
					Mar 17, 1967.  Pilot killed.  Pilot of 134625 bailed out and was rescued. 
				135226 (VA-95) shot down by AAA 5 Miles South of Na Phao, Khammouan Province, Laos Apr 11, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				135228 to South Vietnam AF
				135229 to South Vietnam AF
				135231 (VA-152) shot down by AAA near Van Yen 25 Miles South of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam
					Aug 28, 1966.  Pilot bailed out offshore and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				135236 (VA-152) ditched after faulty catapult shot off USS Oriskany Aug 25, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				135237 to South Vietnam AF
				135239 (VA-176) shot down by AAA 3 Miles off The Coast of Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam in The Gulf of Tonkin
					Sep 22, 1966. Pilot bailed out but could not be found by rescue amphibian.
				135242 to USAF as 52-135242.
				135243 to South Vietnam AF
				135244 (VA-152) hit by AAA SW of Haiphong, North Vietnam Nov 17, 1965.  Attempted to fly out to Gulf of Tonkin
					but crashed in coastal marshes. Pilot KIA.
				135245 to South Vietnam AF
				135251 to USAF 52-135251.
				135254 crashed into Mt St. Helena Aug 26, 1954 during training mission.  Pilot killed.
				135256 to South Vietnam AF
				135257 to South Vietnam AF
				135258 to South Vietnam AF
				135260 to South Vietnam AF
				135263 to USAF as 52-135263.
				135264 crashed into Mt St. Helena Aug 26, 1954 during training mission.  Pilot killed.
				135272 to USAF as 52-135272.  With 6th Air Commando Squadron 14th Air Commando Wing shot down by ground fire
					Kham Duc Special Forces Camp, Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam May 12, 1968.  Pilot bailed and was rescued
					by US Army helicopter.
				135273 with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.  Also reported as having gone to USAF as 52-135273.
				135274 (VA-196) shot down by small arms fire 10 Miles North of Tam Ky, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam Sep 24, 1965.
					Pilot bailed out and was rescued by US Marine helicopter.
				135275 to USAF as 52-135275.
				135281 to South Vietnam AF as 35281
				135282 to USAF as 52-135282.
				135288 (VA-152) shot down by automatic weapons fire near Cua Dai Region of The City of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, 
					North Vietnam Jul 15, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				135289 to South Vietnam AF
				135291 to USAF as 52-135291.
				135297 (VA-115) hit by automatic weapons fire 15 Miles North of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam 
					in The Gulf of Tonkin Mar 17, 1967.   Was able to fly out to Gulf of Tonkin, where pilot bailed out and was
					rescued by US Navy ship.
				135298 to South Vietnam AF
				135300 with VA-115/CVG11.  Now at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
				135305 to USAF as 52-135305.
				135308 to South Vietnam AF
				135314 to USAF as 52-135314.
				135323 (VA-25) shot down by AAA 30 Miles Southwest of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam Oct 12, 1966.
					Pilot POW.
				135324 to USAF as 52-135324.
				135326 to USAF as 52-135326.  
				135329 (VA-25) shot down by AAA Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Aug 7, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				135332 Delivered to US. Navy as 135332 Aug 1954.  Accepted Aug. 12, 1954.
					Transferred to FasRon 12, NAS Miramar, Aug. 17, 1954.  Transferred to VA-125, NAS Miramar, Oct. 18, 1954.
					Transferred to Overhaul & Repair Facility, NAS Alameda, March 27, 1956. 
					Transferred to VA-96, NAS Alameda, Aug. 8, 1956.  Transferred to VA-196, NAS Alameda, Feb. 27, 1957
					Transferred to Storage Facility, NAS Litchfield Park, May 19, 1958.  Transferred to Overhaul & Repair 
					Facility, NAS Quonset Point, Aug. 16, 1963.  Transferred to VA-145, NAS Alameda, Feb. 16, 1964.
					Pierce Arrow strikes against North Vietnam; Gulf of Tonkin Incident response. Aug. 5, 1964.
					Transferred to VA-95, NAS Lemoore, May 25, 1965.  Transferred to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, June 21, 1965.	
					Transferred to Naval Aircraft Repair Facility, Quonset Point, Feb. 4, 1966.  Transferred to NAS Lemoore, 
					May 9, 1966.  Transferred to VA-52, NAS Lemoore, May 20, 1966.  Transferred to NAS Cubi Point, April 28, 1967.
					Transferred to MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, Sept. 19, 1967.  Stricken from Navy lists, Nov. 14, 1967.
					Transferred to US Air Force as 52-135332 Jul 14, 1967.  To USAF July 14, 1967.  
				135336 to USAF as 52-135336.  
				135339 to South Vietnam AF
				135341 (VA-52) damaged by automatic weapons fire 15 Miles Northwest of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam
					Nov 27, 1966.  Flew out to Gulf of Tonkin, where pilot bailed out and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				135350 collided with R4Q-1 128741 off Okinawa Mar 7, 1958.  26 killed.
				135352 to South Vietnam AF
				135355 to South Vietnam AF
				135356 to USAF as 52-135356.
				135366 (VA-215) shot down by AAA E of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam in The Gulf of Tonkin May 25, 1967.
					Pilot KIA.
				135367 to South Vietnam AF
				135374 to South Vietnam AF
				135375 (VA-95) crashed into South China Sea after attacking an ammunition dump at Phu Quy
					off coast of South Vietnam Mar 15, 1965.  Pilot KIA
				135376 to South Vietnam AF
				135387 to South Vietnam AF
				135390 (VA-25) hit by AAA 30 Miles North of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Aug 30, 1967.  Flew out to
					Gulf of Tonkin where pilot bailed out and was rescued by Navy helicopter.
				135392 to South Vietnam AF
				135398 (VA-115) hit by SA-2 SAM S of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Apr 17, 1966.  Turned toward Gulf
					but plane was never heard from again.
135407/135444		Douglas A3D-1 Skywarrior
				c/n 10300/10337.  Redesignated A-3A in 1962.
				135407 to MASDC as 2A0063 Jul 30, 1971.  Salvaged at MASDC 
				135408 to NATC in 1956.  Scrapped after accident 1/60 while serving with VAH-123.
				135409 to MASDC as 2A0103 Jul 7, 1974.  Salvaged at MASDC
				135410 missing Jan 1959 on flight from Point Mugu, CA
				135411 bailed to Hughes.  To VAH-3 in 1956.  To MASDC as 2A0107 Jan 17, 1975
				135412 to ground training at Lakehurst, NJ.  Scrapped Aug 1970.
				135413 to NASWF Albuquerque.  Lost Sep 1963 in flight from NARF Alameda
				135414 lost in flight from Lakehurst, NJ Nov 1965
				135415 scrapped at NARF Alameda Apr 1969
				135416 scrapped Oct 1963 after accident while serving with VAH-3
				135417 (VAH-1) crashed on attempted landing aboard USS Forrestal in Norwegian Sea Sep 26, 1957.  All 3 crew killed.
				135418 damaged and donated to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				135419 scrapped Mar 1961 after accident while serving with VAH-123.
				135420 to Litchfield Park, AZ.  Final disposition unknown.
				135421 diverted to ground training at Lakehurst, NJ.  Scrapped Aug 1964.
				135422 (VAH-3) lost in accident May 1960
				135423 with VAH-3 in 1964.  Diverted to ground training at NARF Alameda.  To MASDC as 2A0034
				135424 salvaged at NAS Patuxent River Feb 1956 after crash at Edwards AFB due to loss of main
					landing gear during delivery flight.  Crew parachuted to safety.
				135425 lost in accident from NARF Norfolk Dec 1963
				135426 (VAH-123) lost in accident Nov 1963.
				135427 to NA-3A for use in Phoenix missile tests.  Scrapped at NARF Alameda
				135428 scrapped at NARF Alameda Dec 1967
				135429 (VAH-1) lost Jun 1959
				135430 (VAH-3) scrapped at NAS Jacksonville Jun 1957 after accident.
				135431 to NATC.  Scrapped at NARF Alameda Jan 1968
				135432 scrapped at NARF Alameda Aug 1968
				135433 to ground training Mar 1964
				135434 supported nuclear tests at Eniwetok.  Flew record setting long distance flights.  
					Assigned to VAH-3.  Performed JATO tests.  Used in landing barrier tests at Edwards.
					Damaged on ground and stored at MASDC.  Later to Edwards AFB for fire-fighting
					training.  Discarded on abandoned runway at Edwards AFB.  Refurbished and now on 
					display at Edwards AFB, CA.
				135435 diverted to ground training at NATF Lakehurst, NJ. in 1964.
				135436 to VAH-1.  Scrapped at NARF Alameda Jan 1968.
				135437 (VAH-3) engines flamed out in approach to Mayport, FL Feb 9, 1957.  Crew bailed out but
					pilot's parachute did not open.  Aircraft came down intact in shallow water and was 
					subsequently scrapped.
				135438 to VAH-1.  Scrapped at NARF Alameda Jul 1968
				135439 stored at Litchfield Park, AZ Oct 1964.
				135440 (VAH-1) lost in night accident Jul 1959
				135441 (VAH-3) lost in accident Jul 1957
				135442 (VAH-123) lost in accident Mar 1963
				135443 diverted to ground training at NWL Dahlgreen, VA.
				135444 to MASDC as 2A0027 Dec 13, 1965.  Scrapped at MASDC Jun 1967
135445/135448		Goodyear ZP2N-1
135449/135473		Martin P5M-1 Marlin
				135465	Assigned to VP-45 at NOB Bermuda.  Caught fire en-route Bermuda to NAS Norfolk, VA, May 17, 1960; returned 
					to Bermuda but burnt out after landing . 
				135467	Assigned to VP-49, coded LP-12 at NOB Bermuda.   Named ‘Last But Not Least’. 
135474/135543		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
				Redesignated SP-5B in 1962
				135489	Assigned to VP-45 at NOB Bermuda. Flown Bermuda to Baltimore Jan 6, 1964 for retirement.
				135513	Assigned to VP-49, coded LP-9 at NOB Bermuda. 
				135529 (VP-56) engine failure Willoughby Bay, VA Jan 27, 1959.
				135533 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				135542	assigned to VP-49, coded LP-8 at NOB Bermuda.   Named ‘The Hustlers’.   Flown from Bermuda to Baltimore 
					Aug 28, 1963 for retirement
135544/135621		Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune  
				Redesignated P-2H in 1962.  25 delivered to Canada
				135544 (c/n 726-7001) first flight Apr 26, 1954.  Spent its life at Lockheed-Burbank.
					SOC Sep 3, 1954 due to flying accident
				135545 (c/n 726-7002) converted to P2V-7S in 1960.  To MASDC Nov 7, 1972.
					SOC Jul 29, 1974.
				135546 (c/n 726-7003) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Jan 12, 1970, SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135547 (c/n 7004) converted to P2V-7S in 1961.  To MASDC Jul 10, 1971.
					SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135548 (c/n 726-7005) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Jul 21, 1971, SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135549 (c/n 726-7006) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Jan 31, 1970, SOC Jul 12, 1972
				135550 (c/n 726-7007) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1969, SOC Jul 12, 1972
				135551 (c/n 726-7008) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Dec 2, 1969, SOC Jul 12, 1972.
				135552 (c/n 726-7009) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1969, SOC Jul 12, 1972.
				135553 (c/n 726-7010) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Sep 2, 1971, SOC Jun 29, 1976.
				135554 (c/n 726-7011) to MASDC Jan 27, 1968, SOC Nov 6 1968
				135555 (c/n 726-7012) converted to P2V-7S.  Damaged at Sangley Point, Philippines
					Oct 24, 1968.  SOC at NAS North Island Nov 21, 1968
				135556 (c/n 726-7013) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Nov 25, 1969, SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135557 (c/n 726-7014) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC May 26, 1971, SOC Jul 12, 1972.
				135558 (c/n 726-7015) converted to P2V-7S in 1961.  To MASDC May 18, 1971, SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135559 (c/n 726-7016) converted to P2V-7S in 1960. (VP-17) w/o after crashed and burned 
					Jan 10, 1963 when crashed into hillside while attempting
					a landing at NAS Kodiak, AK.  7 crew killed, 5 survived.  There
					is still quite a bit of wreckage on the site.
				135560 (c/n 726-7017) converted to P2V-7S.  To MASDC Oct 22, 1969, SOC Nov 25, 1975
				135561 (c/n 726-7018) converted to P2V-7S in 1961.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1970,
					SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135562 (c/n 726-7019) converted to P2V-7S in 1961.  To MASDC Aug 26, 1969, SOC
					Jul 29, 1974.  To N4765X, N117SR.  Cancelled by 1988.
				135563 (c/n 726-7020, VP-11) crashlanded at Keflavik, Iceland on/by Feb 20, 1960, SOC
					Mar 25, 1960.  Cause of crash was landing on taxiway in error
				135564 (c/n 726-7021) converted to P2V-7S in 1961.  Nominally SOC Dec 5, 1964 and
					used by CIA.  Restored to USN Feb 16, 1967.  TO MASDC Sep 4, 1973,
					SOC Sep 5, 1973.
				135565 (c/n 826-8001) to RCAF as 24101
				135566 (c/n 726-7022) crashed with VP-19 on/by Oct 10, 1957.  SOC
					Oct 10, 1957
				135567 (c/n 726-7023) converted to P2V-7S in 1961.  To MASDC Nov 25, 1969.
					SOC Jun 29, 1976.
				133568 (c/n 726-7024) converted to P2V-7S in 1961.  To MASDC Feb 12, 1970.
					SOC Jan 16, 1973.
				135569 (c/n 726-7025) converted to P2V-7S in 1961.  To MASDC Feb 12, 1970.
					SOC Jan 16, 1973.
				135570 (c/n 726-7026) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Apr 9, 1972.  SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135571 (c/n 826-8002) to RCAF as 24102
				135572 (c/n 726-7027) converted to P2V-7S in 1960.  To MASDC May 7, 1972.
					SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135573 (c/n 826-8003) to RCAF as 24103
				135574 (c/n 726-7028) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Nov 2, 1969.  SOC Jun 29, 1976
				135575 (c/n 826-8004) to RCAF as 24104
				135576 (c/n 726-7029) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Jul 10, 1971, SOC Aug 16, 1977
				135577 (c/n 826-8005) to RCAF as 24105
				135578 (c/n 726-7030) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Jul 10, 1971, SOC Aug 16, 1977.
				135579 (c/n 826-8006) to RCAF as 24106.
				135580 (c/n 726-7031) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Jan 22, 1970, SOC Aug 19, 1977
				135581 (c/n 826-8007) to RCAF as 24107
				135582 (c/n 726-7032) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier. Converted for Project "Muddy Hill" to evaluate feasiblilty of airborne multi-sensor
					night reconnaissance system, and detached to Thailand for a few months. 					
					On charge of NATC Patuxent River Mar 1966 to Jan 1969 and listed as NP-2H from Feb 1967.  
					To MASDC Dec 28, 1970, SOC May 25, 1971.
				135583 (c/n 826-8008) to RCAF as 24108
				135584 (c/n 726-7033) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Mar 11, 1970, SOC Jun 29, 1976.
				135585 (c/n 826-8009) to RCAF as 24109
				135586 (c/n 726-7034) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Jun 24, 1971, SOC Aug 19, 1977 but flown to
					NAS Lakehurst Sep 13, 1978 and subsequently destroyed in FAA
					fuel-misting tests.
				135587 (c/n 826-8010) delivered to the US Navy in 1955. First assigned to VP-2, Whidbey 
					Island, Wasgubgtib then to VP-42. Then to VAH-21, used to transport personnel and supplies 
					between NS Sangley Point, Philippines and Cam Rahm Bay, Vietnam. To RCAF as 24110, Assigned to 
					No. 404 (Maritime Patrol) Squadron, RCAF Maritime Air Command, based at RCAF Greenwood, Nova 
					Scotia, Canada. SOC Jul 31, 1968. Stored ex RCAF scheme Oct 1971  reg. CF-MQV ntu: Flying Fireman 
					Ltd, Victoria, BC 72. (stored unconv., Sidney BC May 1972). Johnson Flying Service, Missoula MT 
					owned 1972/1975 reg. N14447.  Black Hills Aviation, Alamogordo NM owned 1975/1993 (tanker #11).  
					Neptune Inc, Alamogordo NM (tanker #11) owned Sep 13, 1993/1999. Neptune Aviation Services, 
					Missoula MT owned 1999 to present (tanker #11). Tanker 11 was flying near the head of the White 
					Rock fire on the Utah-Nevada border west of Cedar City, Utah, when it crashed at 1:45 p.m. 
					Sunday June 03, 2012. Two fatal.
				135588 (c/n 726-7035) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Sep 13, 1971, SOC Aug 16, 1977.
					To N4846N Mar 1984. On dump at Fairbanks, AK Oct 1986. To Hawkins & Power 1992 and stored Greybull, WY Aug 1995. 
					To N125HP Aug 16, 1997. Registered to Harold Sheppard Mar 24, 2011. Current.
				135589 (c/n 826-8011) to RCAF as 24111
				135590 (c/n 726-7036) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Jan 12, 1970, SOC Aug 19, 1977.  Flown to NAS
					Lakehurst, NJ Jan 22, 1979 and later destroyed in FAA
					fuel-misting tests.
				135591 (c/n 826-8012) to RCAF as 24112
				135592 (c/n 726-7037) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC as 1P0308 Aug 23, 1971.  SOC Aug 19, 1977.
				135593 (c/n 826-8013) to RCAF as 24113.  To CF-MQW Mar 15, 1972 but ntu [fire tanker modifications not approved by Canadian DoT]. 
					To N14448 Mar 15, 1973. Crashed Wenatchee, WA 1975.
				135594(c/n 726-7038) listed as P2V-7S from Nan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  Crashed into Mount Fairweather, AK Dec 14, 1967 while returning 
					to NAS Whidbey Island from detachment to Sangley Point, Philippines, SOC Dec 19, 1967. 
					Wreck not discovered until fall 1982
				135595 (c/n 826-8014) to RCAF as 24114
				135596 (c/n 726-7039) converted to P2V-7S in 1960.  To MASDC as 1P0273 Jan 12, 1970.
					SOC Jun 29, 1976.  With Neptune Aviation Services, 
					Missoula, MT as N9AU.  In storage at Tucson.  Registration cancelled Aug 21, 2013.
				135597 (c/n 826-8015) to RCAF as 24115
				135598 (c/n 726-7040) converted to P2V-7S in 1960.  To MASDC Sep 30, 1969.
					SOC Nov 25, 1975.
				135599 (c/n 826-8016) to RCAF as 24116
				135600 (c/n 726-7041) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Dec 23, 1971.  SOC Aug 16, 1977.
				135601 (c/n 826-8017) to RCAF as 24117
				135602 (c/n 726-7042) does not seem to ever have been listed as P2V-7S.
					To MASDC Jul 24, 1969.  SOC Nov 25, 1975
				135603 (c/n 826-8018) to RCAF as 24118
				135604 (c/n 726-7043) converted to P2V07S in 1960.  To MASDC Sep 10, 1969.
					SOC Nov 25, 1975.
				135605 (c/n 826-8019) to RCAF as 24119
				135606 (c/n 726-7044) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted 
					earlier.  To MASDC as 1P0266 Dec 11, 1969, SOC Jun 29, 1976.
				135607 (c/n 826-8020) to RCAF as 24120
				135608 (c/n 726-7045) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Jul 28, 1969, SOC Nov 25, 1975.
				135609 (c/n 826-8021) to RCAF as 24121.
				135610 (c/n 726-7046) converted to P2V-7S in 1960.  Crashed into 
					mountain sw of Cape Newenham, Alaska Nov 27, 1964.  12 killed.
				135611 (c/n 826-8022) to RCAF as 24122.
				135612 (c/n 726-7047) allocated to CIA on production line as
					P2V-7U, handed over (on paper only) to USAF as RB-69A 54-4037.  To Taiwan.  Shot down Jun 11, 1964.
				135613 (c/n 826-8023) to RCAF as 24123
				135614 (c/n 726-7048) cnverted to P2V-7S in 1960.  To MASDC Feb 18, 1970.
					SOC Jan 16, 1973
				135615 (c/n 826-8024) to RCAF as 24124.
				135616 (c/n 726-7049) converted to P2V-7S in 1960.  To MASDC Mar 11,1970.
					SOC Aug 19, 1977.  Flown to NAS Lakehurst Jan 25, 1979 and
					subsequently destroyed in FAA fuel-misting tests. 
				135617 (c/n 826-8025) to RCAF as 24125.  To CF- MQX Nov 12, 1971 but ntu [fire tanker modifications not approved 
					by Canadian DoT].  To N65170 Jul 1972. Crashed Montesano, WA Sep 30, 1990.
				135618 (c/n 726-7050) converted to P2V-7S in 1960.  To MASDC Jan 7, 1970.
					SOC Jan 16, 1973.
				135619 (c/n 726-7051) crashed on or by Sep 23, 1957 at or near
					NAS Alameda, CA with VP-9 
				135620 (c/n 726-7052) converted to P2V-7S in 1960.  Modified in 1967 as 
					AP-2H gunship for use in Vietnam under
					Project TRIM (Trails and Roads Interdiction, Multisensor).  To MASDC as 1P0197
					Jun 25, 1975 and transferred to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ same day.
				135621 (c/n 726-7053) listed as P2V-7S from Jan 1960 but probably converted
					earlier.  To MASDC Jan 7, 1970.  SOC Jun 29, 1976
135622/135717		Bell HSL-1
				contract cancelled
135718/135745		Piasecki HUP-2 Retriever
				contract cancelled
135746/135761		Lockheed PO-2W Warning Star
				c/n 1049A-4313/4328.  Redesignated WV-2 before delivery and then 
					redesignated EC-121K in 1962.
				135746 to NAF Litchfield Park Jan 16, 1959 for storage.  SOC Mar 21, 1963.
					Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park Feb 18, 1965.
				135747 converted to WV-2Q/EC-121M.  Damaged by fire at Atsugi Aug 20, 1965 after two
					wheel landing (bad starboard main mount) then slid off runway on radome into
					navigation aid building.  One person injured.  W/o and scrapped, "back end"
					equipment installed into 145940.
				135748 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Apr 27, 1960.  SOC at NAF Litchfield 
					Park Mar 21, 1963.  Scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB Feb 18, 1965.
				135749 converted to WV-2Q/EC-121M.  Shot down by North Korean MiG 17s while flying
					with VQ-1 170 km SE of Chongjin on reconnaissance flight from Atsugi, Japan 
					Apr 15, 1969.  31 crew killed.
				135750 converted to EC-121P.  Transferred to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage
					Jan 25, 1963.  SOC May 21, 1965.  Scrapped at MASDC May 25, 1971
				135751 converted to WV-2Q/EC-121M.  Fire damaged beyond repair at Atsugi Jan 27, 1966
					while "curing" lower radome with heat lamps.  W/o Mar 3, 1966.  Hulk in storage
					at Atsugi and used for parts.
				135752 converted to WV-2Q/EC-121M.  Transferred to MASDC Apr 1971 for
					storage as 5C0061.  SOC May 25, 1971.  Scrapped at MASDC Sept 13, 1976
				135753 Converted to EC-121N, then to EC-121P. Converted back to EC-121K in 1966.
					To MASDC for storage Dec 16, 1975.  SOC at MASDC Jun 1976.
					Scrapped at MASDC Jun 18, 1981
				135754 to storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Sep 7, 1961.  SOC Mar 21, 1963.
					Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park Feb 18, 1965.
				135755 transferred to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Feb 14, 1959.  
					SOC Mar 29, 1963.  Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park Feb 18, 1965.
				135756 to MASDC for storage Apr 7, 1971 as 5C0063.  SOC Jul 12, 1972.
					Scrapped at MASDC Sep 13, 1976
				135757 converted to WV-2Q/EC-121M.  To MASDC Oct 1972 as 5C0090.  SOC Jul 29, 1974.  
					Scrapped at MASDC Sept 16, 1976
				135758 to MASDC for starge as 5C0060 Jun 1970.  SOC Dec 31, 1970. Scrapped at MASDC Oct 17, 1974
				135759 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Jun 26, 1961.  Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park May 21, 1965
				135760 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 9, 1961.   Scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park May 21, 1965
				135761 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Jun 22, 1960.  scrapped at NAF Litchfield Park Oct 1965
135762/135773		Convair F2Y-1 Sea Dart
				135762/135765 redesignated YF2Y-1
				135762 w/o Nov 4, 1954.
				135763 now on display outside San Diego Aerospace Museum, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA.
				135764 completed but never flown.  On display at Wings of Freedom Air and Space
					Museum at NAS Willow Grove, PA.  
				135765 completed but never flown.  On display at Sun `n Fun site at Lackland FL,
					airport.  The plane there now (2007) has the number 135763 painted on the
					right side of its fin.
				135766/135773 cancelled before completion