US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (30147 to 39998)


Last Revised September 25, 2014


30147			Douglas R4D-1 
				Diverted to Navy from USAAF contract, formerly 41-18363 (c/n 4401) 
30148/30150		Lockheed R5O-5
				Ordered by NEIAF but NTU and to US Navy
				30148 (c/n 18-2184) to NEIAF as LT9-33 but NTU, and delivered to US Navy as 30148.  To NC5202N/N5202N.
					Converted to 18-56.  To N88H.  Cancelled Aug 11, 1970
				30149 (c/n 18-2178) to NEIAF as LT9-27 but NTU, and delivered to US Navy as 30149.To N1813N, N7834, N177L.
					Converted to BACC HW250 Tri-Gear Jun 11, 1965.  Last reported at Planes of Fame Air Museum,
					Chino, California.
				30150 (c/n 18-2185) to NEIAF as LT9-34 but NTU, and delivered to US Navy as 30150.  To PP-1AA, N3946C, N46P,
					N46WT, N1NF.  Converted to 18-56 Jul 2, 1982.  Cancelled as scrapped May 9, 1997.
30151			Grumman J4F-2
				Model G-44 Widgeon, c/n 1270.  To civilian registry as N58832, N79905, N23456.  N23456 cancelled as 
					expired Dec 31, 2012.
30152/30196		Goodyear ZNP-K 
				K Class Airship, K-30 to K-74
				30158 (K-36) assigned to ZP-38 at NAS Moffett Field, CA, named "Hawk Shaw"
				30161 (K-39) assigned to NAS Tillamook, on Jan 4, 1944 order to Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Quillayute for
					emergency landing because of bad weather.  Blimp broke away from ground landing party and crashed into
					the trees 1 mi N of the station.  Blimp was a total loss.
				30165 (K-43) retired Mar 19, 1959, last K-ship in service.
				30168 (K-46) assigned to ZP-21 at NAS Richmond, FL
				30169 (K-47) assigned to ZP-32 at NAS Moffett Field, CA, named "Early ETA"
				30171 (K-49) Assigned to ZP-14 at NAS Weeksville, NC.  Deflated in dock Apr 29, 1944.
				30175 (K-53) flew into water Jul 7, 1944.  One crewman was killed.
				30177 (K-55) assigned to ZP-32 at NAS Moffett Field, CA, named "Royal Flush"
				30178 (K-56) assigned to ZP-22 at NAS Houma, LA.  On Apr 21, 1944, when southeast door of the blimp hangar
					goes inoperable it is chained open. A gust of wind carries K-56 out into the night.  It travels 4.5
					miles and crashes into trees.  K-56 is salvaged and sent to Goodyear at Akron, OH where it is repaired
					and returned to service.
				30179 (K-57) assigned to ZP-22 at NAS Houma, LA.  On Apr 21, 1944, when southeast door of the blimp hangar
					goes inoperable it is chained open. A gust of wind carries K-57 out into the night.  It travels 4 miles
					from the station, where it explodes and burns.
				30180 (K-58) assigned to ZP-12 at NAS Lakehurst, NJ.  On May 6, 1945, assisted K-16 in sinking U-853 east of
					Long Island, NY.
				30184 (K-62) assigned to ZP-22 at NAS Houma, LA.  On Apr 21, 1944, when southeast door of the blimp hangar
					goes inoperable it is chained open. A gust of wind carries K-62 out into the night.  It fetches against
					high-tension power lines a quarter-mile away and burns.
				30185 (K-63) assigned to ZP-32 at NAS Moffett Field, CA, named "Maggie"
				30186 (K-64) assigned to ZP-12.  Collided with K-7 in poor visibility off Barnegat Inlet, NJ, crashed and sank
					into the sea but with one survivor.
				30190 (K-68) assigned to ZP-51 at Trinidad, BWI.  On Aug 6, 1943 assisted in sinking of U-615.  K-68 was then
					out of fuel and ditched on an island, but no one was lost.
				30191 (K-69) assigned to ZP-14, NAS Weeksville, NC.
				30193 (K-71) assigned to NAS Tillamook.  On Nov 20, 1943 made emergency landing in Canada.
				30194 (K-72) assigned to ZP-14 at NAS Weeksville, NC.  On Apr 18, 1945, possibly sank unknown U-boat (probably
					U-857 or U-879) off Cape Hatteras, NC
				30195 (K-73) assigned to ZP-42 at NAS Richmond, FL.  Was first K-ship to deploy to South America.     
				30196 (K-74) shot down by machine gunfire while attacking submarine U-134 night of July 18-19, 1943.  
					Lost control and crashed into sea.  Was only blimp shot down during the warl
30197/30296		Piper HE-1
				Redesignated AE-1 when H designation was assigned to helicopters.
				c/n 5-1400/5-1499
				30204 (c/n 5-1407) to N65925
				30213 (c/n 5-1416) to N66545
				30217 (c/n 5-1420) to N62075
				30219 (c/n 5-1422) to N705E
				30223 (c/n 5-1426) to N66512
				30224 (c/n 5-1427) to N52920
				30226 (c/n 5-1429) to N5039V
				30231 (c/n 5-1434) to N9880H
				30232 (c/n 5-1435) to N7JS
				30233 (c/n 5-1436) to N68931
				30235 (c/n 5-1438) to N49722
				30241 (c/n 5-1444) to N62059
				30247 (c/n 5-1450) to N73557
				30249 (c/n 5-1452) to N74669
				30252 (c/n 5-1455) to N68911
				30253 (c/n 5-1456) by Aug 1998 had become N68490.
				30258 (c/n 5-1461) to N65940
				30261 (c/n 5-1465) to N63557
				30264 (c/n 5-1468) to N62028
				30270 (c/n 5-1473) to N9993H
				30271 (c/n 5-1474) to N4769C
				30272 (c/n 5-1475) to N68287
				30274 (c/n 5-1477) became NC62073, then N62073, and was then to have become
					ZK-USN, but NTU.  Became G-BWUG Jun 21, 1996, finally N203SA.
					Currently airworthy at Henstridge, England but reported up for sale.
				30275 (c/n 5-1478) to N31289.
				30277 (c/n 5-1480) to N718E.  Very questionable  
				30284 (c/n 5-1487) to N52955
				30290 (c/n 5-1493) to N49387
				30291 (c/n 5-1494) to N68295
				30292 (c/n 5-1495) to N62074
				30296 (c/n 5-1499) to N9203H
30297/30298		Cancelled contract for Curtiss XF14C-3
30299/31398		Convair TBY-2 Seawolf
				Only 30299/30367, 30369, 30371/30480 completed.  Remainder cancelled.
				30303 left gear collapsed at NAS Patuxent River, MD
					Jul 16, 1945, major damage.
				30314 ground-looped on cross-wind landing At NAS 
					Anacostia, DC Apr 15, 1946, minor damage.
				30325 one-wheel landing at NAS Quonset Point, RI
					Mar 11, 1946.  Minor damage.
				30338 in hard landing at NAS Patuxent River, MD Oct 5,1945,
					Minor damage
				30366 wheel came off on landing at NAS Norfolk, VA Jan 28, 1946,
					Minor damage
				30393 SOC after wheels-up landing at NAS Oceana, VA
					Feb 2, 1946.
				30395 damaged beyond repair after ground-looping
					May 26, 1947.
				30396 minor damage after taxi accident Jun 6, 1947.
				30414 overshot runway during landing at Convair Field
					Jul 18, 1945.  2 killed.
				30447 SOC after forced wheels-up landing NAS Norfolk, VA
					Feb 7, 1946.
				30448 and 30444 in minor ground collision at NAS Memphis,
					TN May 1, 1947.
30368			Sikorsky XHJS-1 
				serial reallocated from cancelled TBY-2 batch
30370			Sikorsky XHJS-1 
				serial reallocated from cancelled TBY-2 batch

30481/30542		Stinson AT-19  
				Serials allocated to AT-19 Reliants Lend-Lease planes
				returned from Britain near the end of the war or shortly
				thereafter.  Serials reallocated from cancelled TBY-2 batch.
				These may have been "paper" allocations only, and it is not 
				certain if any of these planes actually served with the Navy.
31399/31400		Columbia XJL-1
				31399 prototype first flight Oct 25, 1946.  Stored at NAS Norfolk, Virginia 1948-1958.  To N54207 in 1958.
					became N48RW Apr 1993; crashed Mar 12, 1997 at Camp Pendleton, CA 
					during attempted emergency landing.  Under restoration in Palomar,
					California as N54207
				31400 second prototype first flight Dec 1946.  Stored NAS Norflok, Virginia 1948-1958.  To civil registry as 
					N54205 in 1958.  Stored Ryan Field, Tucson, Arizona 1966-1972.  Now on display at Pima Air and 
					Space Museum, Tucson, AZ since 1987.
31401/31402		Curtiss XBTC-1
				Curtiss Model 96.  Fitted with P&W R-4360 Wasp Major engine.  A minor change in engine dash number changed the
					Navy designation from XBTC-1 to XBTC-2.  First one flew Jul 1946.
31403/31502		Allied LRA-1 
				cancelled contract.  31413 was to be completed as LRA-2, but also cancelled.
31503/31504		Allied XLR2A-1 
31505/31506		Pratt-Read XLNE-1
				31505 (NX41802) destroyed in stress testing at Naval Aviation
					Modification Unit, Philadelphia Navy Yard, probably by 1945.
				31506 to civil registry as CF-ZCC, N4476U.  Currently on exhibit
					at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center (formerly National
					Warplane Museum) Elmira Corning RAP, NY
31507/31585		Pratt-Read LNE-1 
				31507 destroyed in fatal accident at Elmira, NY Aug 17, 1946
				31508/31580 transferred to USAAF and redesignated TG-32 with serials 43-39509/39578 
					and 43-43329/43331.  This was strictly an adminstrative 
					transfer and none were ever uncrated, assembled, or painted in USAAF colors.
					All eventually were sent to RFC at Souther Field, GA and were sold (Norbert Wethington)
				31508/31517 were shipped to Marine Corps at Parris Island, SSC, but most were never uncrated.
				31508 to civil registry as N63170 with c/n 3.  Currently being restored at Tehachapi, CA
				31509 to civil registry as N63171 with c/n 4.  Damaged carcass in storage
					at Tehachapi, CA.  Registration cancelled Oct 25, 1997.
				31510 to civil registry as N63188.  DBR sometime before 1955.
				31513 to civil registry as N63174.  Set world altitude record in civilian use Mar 21, 1952
					of 44,255 feet.  DBR sometime befor Jan 1, 1970. 
				31514 to civil registry as N63173 with c/n PRG01-9.  Registration cancelled Oct 25, 1997
				31518 to civil registry as N70353.  Now at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA
					undergoing restoration.
				31519 to civil registry as CF-ZPJ. DBR before 1959
				31520 to civil registry as CF-ZCB.
				31521 to civil registry as CF-ZAA, C-GTGO, N2565X.  Registered with c/n 31521.  Currently airworthy. 
				31522 to civil registry as N63196
				31523 to civil registry as N69215 with c/n 01-11.  Unvolved in storm chaser
					project under a federal grant in 1946.  Currently stored
					at USAFM, WPAFB, OH.  Registration cancelled Oct 15, 2012.  
				31524 to civil registry as N63468 with c/n PRG0119.  Damaged carcass stored at
					Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA.  Registratin cancelled Nov 23, 1988.
				31525 to civil registry as N63194 with c/n 21.  Registratin cancelled May 18, 1981.  Destryed in fire at San Diego,
					CA before 1987.  Cockpit reported in private storage in California.
				31526 to civil registry as N63195 with c/n 22.  Disintegrated in midair
					Apr 25, 1955.  Registration cancelled Apr 25, 2013.
				31527 to civil registry as N60241.  Currently being restored at Richmond Field, MI
				31528 to civil registry as N63193 wit c/n PRG-01-23.  Current.
				31530 to civil registry as N63192 with c/n 25.  Expired Sep 30, 2013.
				31532 to civil registry as N60998.  Damaged carcass in storage at Tehachapi, CA
				31533 to civil registry as N60242 with c/n 29.  Flew in unofficial record
					duration flight of 71 hours Jul 1961.  Destroyed in a stall-spin
					Sep 1961.
				31535 to civil registry as N69845.  Crashed in 1955.
				31537 to civil registry as N56549 with c/n 33.  On display at Hoosier Warbirds Museum, Auburn, IN
				31538 to civil registry as N56548
				31539 to civil registry as N53265.  In accident at Hummingbird
					Haven Apt, CA
				31540 to civil registry as N60745 with c/n PRG01-35.  Registration cancelled May 28, 1976.  Formerly stored at National
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Now on loan and
					in storage at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL
				31541 to civil registry as N53336 with c/n PRG-01-136.  Registration revoked.
				31542 to civil registry as N68944 with c/n PRG-01-38.  Stored at Silent Wings
					Museum, Lubbock, TX.   Registration cancelled Nov 12, 2013.
				31543 to civil registry as N60432 with c/n 01-39.  Registration expired Jun 30, 2011.  Was stored at Wings of History
					Museum, California Antique Aircraft Museum.  Now in private
					hands and stored at Tehachapi, CA
				31544 to civil registry as N54094.  
				31546 to civil registry as N14Y with c/n 01-42.  In accident Feb 1983 at Littlefield, TX.  Registration expired 
					Dec 31, 2013.
				31548 to civil registry as N69407.  Crashed in Texas before Apr 1981
				31549 to civil registry as N60894 with c/n 45.  Destroyed in fire at Rockford, IL
					airport Jul 20, 1989.  Registration cancelled May 20, 1991.
				31550 to civil registry as N64473 with c/n PRG-01-46.  Registration cancelled Jun 6. 2013.
				31554 to civil registry as N63172 with c/n PRG-01-49.  Current
				31556 (c/n 52) transferred to USAF as 43-39557.  To civil registry as N60895 with C/n 51.  Damaged carcass 
					formerly stored at New England Air Museum, CT, but now in private hands and stored at Lebanon, TN
				31557 to civil registry as CF-ZCZ, N44799 with c/n 52.  N44799 cancelled Oct 9, 2009.
				31558 to civil registry as N93228 with c/n 53.  Stored at Silent Wings Museum,
					Lubbock, TX.  Registration cancelled as destroyed Apr 30, 1993.
				31559 to civil registry as N56659.  Stored at Richmond Field, 
					Gregory, MI
				31561 to civil registry as CF-ZAN, N5346G with C/n 31561.  Now with National Soaring Museum, on loan to New England
					Air Museum, Connecticut.  Registration cancelled Dec 18, 2012.
				31564 to civil registry as N63190.  May have crashed near Bishop, CA
					Dec 18, 1951.
				31567 to civil registry as N63189.
				31568 to civil registry as N56683 with c/n 63.  Destroyed in fire at Rockford,
					IL Apt Jul 20, 1989.  Registration cancelled Jun 23, 1992.
				31569 to civil registry as N87610 with c/n 64.  Stored at Richmond Field, Gregory MI.  Registration cancelled
					Apr 26, 2013.
				31570 to civil registry as N60999.  Damaged carcass formerly
					stored at New England Air Museum, CT but now in private
					hands and stored at Lebanon, TN
				31572 to civil registry as N56660 with c/n PRG-01-68.  Currently exhibited at
					Bonanzaville Air Museum, West Fargo, ND.  Registration cancelled Jul 10, 1981.
				31575 to civil registry as N60315
				31576 to civil registry as N56693
				31577 to civil registry, unknown N number.  Damaged carcass
					in storage at Richmond Field, Gregory MI
				31578 to civil registry as N60235 with c/n PRG-01-73.  On display at Aviation 
					Museum of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.  Registration cancelled Aug 19, 2013.
				31581/31585 cancelled before completion
31586/31635		Snead LRH-1
				cancelled contract
31636/31685		Fairchild Canada SBF-1 Helldiver
				Curtiss SB2C-1C built under license by Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Canada.
				31636	Fairchild prototype. First flight Aug 28, 1943
				31644 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				31645 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
31686/31835		Fairchild Canada SBF-3 Helldiver
				Curtiss SB2C-3 built under license by Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Canada
31836/31935		Fairchild Canada SBF-4E Helldiver
				Curtiss SB2C-4E built under license by Fairchild Aircraft Corporation, Canada 
				31839  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Sustained
					light damage, retained for Test Baker
					Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946.
				31840  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.
					Destroyed aboard USS Saratoga during Baker nuclear test Jul 25, 1946
				31843  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Aircraft
					completely demolished and jettisoned overboard.
				31849  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft completely demolished and was jettisoned overboard. 
				31850  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					destroyed aboard USS Saratoga during Baker nuclear test Jul 25, 1946
				31852  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft missing after test, blown overboard.
				31853  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Sustained
					light damage, retained for Test Baker.
					Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946.
				31856  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft completely demolished, jettisoned overboard.
				31857  placed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.
					Aircraft missing after test, blown overboard.
				31859  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Sustained
					light damage, retained for Test Baker.
					Placed aboard USS Sarataoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Baker Jul 25, 1946.
				31889  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.
					Destroyed aboard USS Saratoga during Baker nuclear test Jul 25, 1946
				31894  placed aboard USS Saratoga (CV-3) for Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Undamaged.
					Destroyed aboard USS Independence (CVL-22) during Baker nuclear test Jul 25, 1946
31936/32335		Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
				32086, 32095, 32096 converted to XPB4Y-2 Privateer.
				31936 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23826).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946.
				31937 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23827) used for experiment and development, NAS Anacostia, DC.
					SOC at NAS Jacksonville Aug 8, 1945
				31938 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23926).  SOC at NAS Kaneohe, HI Oct 31, 1945
				31939 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23927).  SOC Oct 31, 1945
				31940 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23946).  SOC at NAS Pensacola, FL Jan 31, 1945
				31941 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23947).  Overshot runway on takeoff from
					NAAS Camp Kearney, CA Sep 16, 1944.  Not repaired and SOC Sep 30, 1944 with VPB-121
				31942 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23993).  SOC Jan 31, 1945 with FAW-2
				31943 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23994).  SOC Aug 8, 1945 at NAS Jacksonville, FL
				31944 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23995).  SOC Aug 8, 1945 with FAW-5.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets 
					Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				31945 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-23996).  SOC Jul 31, 1946 at NAS San Diego, CA
				31946 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24049).  SOC Aug 8, 1945 with VPB-122
				31947 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24050) SOC Mar 26, 1943 with VB-101
				31948 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24051) SOC Apr 31, 1943 with VP-51
				31949 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24088)
				31950 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24053)
				31951 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24083)
				31952 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24084, VB-102) shot down by enemy fighters Jul 17, 1943 South Pacific.  11 MIA
				31953 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24086) 
				31954 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24087)
				31955 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24115)
				31956 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24116)
				31957 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24117)
				31958 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24118, VMD-154) crashed after takeoff from Espiritu Santo Island Feb 7, 1943.  12 killed.
				31959 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24131)
				31960 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24132)
				31961 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24133)
				31962 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24134)
				31963 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24176)
				31964 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24177)
				31965 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24178).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz 
					Feb 19, 1946
				31966 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24208)
				31967 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24209)
				31968 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24210)
				31969 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24240)
				31970 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24241)
				31971 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24242)
				31972 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24271)
				31973 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24272)
				31974 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24303).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				31975 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24304)
				31976 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24305)
				31977 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24306)
				31978 (ex USAAF B-24D 41-24307)
				31979 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40083)
				31980 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40084, VD-1) nosewheel collapsed during landing 7/24/1943, South Pacific.  No injuries
				31981 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40085, VD-1) crashed on non-combat mission 2/10/1944, South Pacific.  No fatalities.
				31982 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40086)
				31983 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40087)
				31984 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40118)
				31985 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40119)
				31986 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40120).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				31987 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40121)
				31988 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40122)
				31989 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40151, VB-102) crashed after takeoff 8 miles from Kaneohe Bay 4/7/1943.  9 killed
				31990 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40152)
				31991 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40153).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				31992 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40154, VB-102) missing on patrol mission 7/6/1943,
					South Pacific.  Lt Cmdr Bruce Avery Van Horrhis received the
					Medal of Honor for this mission.
				31993 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40155) SOC Dec 31, 1944
				31994 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40187)
				31995 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40188, VD-1) crashed on non-combat mission 12/14/1944, South Pacific.  SOC, no fatalities.
				31996 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40189)
				31997 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40190, VD-1) ditched off Koli Point, Guadalcanal, South Pacific 9/19/1943 due to engine 
					failure.  3 killed.
				31998 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40191)
				31999 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40228, VMD-254) landing gear collapsed on landing,
					Guadalcanal, South Pacific 3/3/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32000 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40224)
				32001 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40225)
				32002 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40226)
				32003 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40227)
				32004 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40259)
				32005 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40260, VD-3) dove in and exploded Jul 7, 1943 Oahu, HI during aerial
					gunnery practice.  11 killed.
				32006 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40261)
				32007 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40262)
				32008 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40263)
				32009 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40258)
				32010 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40264)
				32011 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40270)
				32012 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40271, VB-103) reported down on search mission over enemy territory 11/15/1943, Guadalcanal area.
					8 MIA.
				32013 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40272) swerved off runway on landing at NAS Chincoteague, VA and hit truck 4/4/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32014 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40273, VB-103) hit ridge on Steeperton Tor, Dartmoor, Devon, SW UK during training mission 
					from Dunkeswell, Devon Dec 3, 1943. 10 killed.
				32015 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40275)
				32016 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40276) gear collapsed on landing at Palmyra, South Pacific 2/26/1944.  Stripped for parts.
				32017 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40277, VB-103) ran off end of runway during landing Apr 10, 1943, Mojave MCAS, CA.  SOC.
				32018 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40278) in landing accident at NAAS Chincoteague, VA 2/15/1945.  Gear not locked down.  SOC.
				32019 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40274)
				32020 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40257)
				32021 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40279)
				32022 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40282, VB-103) attacked by 6 JU-88s near Cape
					Finisterrej, Spain Sep 4, 1943 and ditched at sea.
					Crew picked up by fishing boat.
				32023 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40283)
				32024 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40295)
				32025 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40296, VB-113) crashed after takeoff on ferry flight
					to US from St Mawgan, UK extended to Marrakech 
					12/28/1943.  Crew of 11 killed.
				32026 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40297, VB-105) forced landed at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
					due to engine failure 6/13/1943.  Pilot killed and
					8 crew injured.
				32027 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40298)
				32028 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40299)
				32029 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40390)
				32030 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40423).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32031 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40281)
				32032 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40429, VB-103) lost in combat mission Bay of Biscay
					Nov 12, 1944.  10 MIA but sank U-508.
				32033 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40432, VB-103) MIA Bay of Biscay Sep 2, 1943. 9 MIA.  Crew may 
					have been thrown off course by wrong radio signals 
					transmitted by RAF airfield.
				32034 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40434) while serving with VB-111 went missing Oct 13, 1943
					enroute from Labrador to Iceland.  11 MIA.
				32035 (VB-113, ex USAF 42-40435) crashed on takeoff from RAF St. Mawgans Dec 28, 1944.  
					All 12 on board killed.
				32036 (ex USAAF 42-40436) force landed in field 3 mi SW of Valley, MS 
					6/11/1945 due to fuel exhaustion. SOC.
				32037 (ex USAAF 41-40439, VB-103) stalled during turn, crashed, and burned
					at sea off Buris Peninsula, Newfoundland Aug 7, 1943.  11 killed.
				32038 (ex USAAF 41-40430, VB-105) overshot landing at RAF Talberny, UK and
					gear collapsed 8/18/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32039 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40437, VB-103) overshot landing Sep 23, 1943 St. Eval, UK. 
					SOC, no fatalities.
				32040 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40438, VB-103) force landed in field near Broad Clyst,
					Devon after fuel exhaustion Dec 13, 1943.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32041 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40440, VB-105) crashed after takeoff Bermuda Jul 15, 1943.
					Crew killed.  Also listed as being SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to 
					Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32042 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40442, VB-105) crashed at sea off Bermuda 7/15/1943.
					11 killed.
				32043 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40204) lost Oct 13, 1943, Atlantic
				32044 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40425)
				32045 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40441)
				32046 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40443, VB-103) missing during convoy coverage June 24, 1943.
					10 MIA.
				32047 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40446)
				32048 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40561)
				32049 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40562)
				32050 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40565)
				32051 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40567)
				32052 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40566, VB-107) retracted gear during takeoff roll Parnamerim,
					Natal, Brazil Oct 15, 1943.  Demolished, no fatalities.
				32053 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40395) crashed after takeoff from NAAS Chincoteague, VA
					6/30/1944.  11 killed.
				32054 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40570, VB-107) retracted gear during takeoff from 
					Parnamerim, Natal, Brazil and demolished 
					10/15/1943.  SOC.
				32055 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40564)
				32056 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40571) crashed after takeoff from NAAS Chincoteague, VA
					6/19/1944.  9 killed.
				32057 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40572)
				32058 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40573)
				32059 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40574)
				32060 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40575, VB-4) damaged in ground accident 10/24/1944
					NAS Jacksonville, FL.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32061 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40578)
				32062 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40579)
				32063 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40580)
				32064 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40568, VB-107) shot down by U-185 during anti sup sweep out of
					Natal, Brazil Aug 11, 1943.  9 MIA.
				32065 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40576, VB-107) hit by enemy gunfire 1/2/1944. 10 KIA.
				32066 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40581)
				32067 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40584)
				32068 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40720)
				32069 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40709)
				32070 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40714)
				32071 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40712).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32072 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40668)
				32073 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40711, VB-117) crashed into building during takeoff
					from Camp Kearney, California Jun 6, 1944.  9 on plane and 9 on ground killed.  3 of the crew escaped
					with injuries, 9 on ground injured.
				32074 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40715, VB-104) ground-looped during landing, fell into
					ravine and exploded Solomons, SP 1/29/1944.  1 killed.
				32075 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40717)
				32076 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40721)
				32077 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40724, VB-104) missing 1/8/1944, South Pacific.  10 MIA.
				32078 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40718)
				32079 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40723, VB-104) missing during search flight 3/7/1944.  12 MIA.
				32080 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40725)
				32081 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40726)
				32082 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40727)
				32083 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40728)
				32084 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40729)				
				32085 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40785, VB-106) crashed on takeoff from Munda air field,
					New Georgia, South Pacific 2/10/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32086 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40860)
				32087 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40794)
				32088 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40802)
				32089 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40797)
				32090 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40798).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32091 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40796)
				32092 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40799, VB-106) ditched after takeoff from Koli Point,
					Guadalcanal 12/25/1943.  3 killed, 8 injured,
					pilot missing.
				32093 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40805, VB-106) gear collapsed and ground looped on 
					landing at Carney Field, Guadalcanal 12/15/1943.
					SOC, no fatalities.
				32094 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40806)
				32095 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40847)
				32096 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40868)
				32097 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40880)
				32098 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40881)
				32099 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40889)
				32100 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40883, VB-108) hit truck on takeoff 3/21/1944 Tarawa, 
					South Pacific.
				32101 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40884)
				32102 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40882, VB-106) missing in flight from Canton Island
					to Funa Futi 10/20/1943.  9 missing
				32103 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40888)
				32104 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40890)
				32105 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40892)
				32106 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40893).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32107 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40895)
				32108 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40898, VB-109) crash-landed Eniwetok 7/28/1944, minor
					damage.
				32109 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40902)
				32110 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40899)
				32111 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40903)
				32112 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40906) 
				32113 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40908, VB-4) spun in on landing near Jacksonville, FL
					1/26/1945.  11 killed.
				32114 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40909)
				32115 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40923, VB-115) crashed Green Island, South Pacific 
					5/17/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32116 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40932)
				32117 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40936)
				32118 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40943)
				32119 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40947)
				32120 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40948)
				32121 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40951, VB-109) crashed on takeoff Eniwetok NAB 
					7/21/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32122 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40952) "Sleepy Time Gal" served with VD-4, salvaged Oct 31, 1945.
				32123 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40950, VB-108) ditched near Funa Futi, South Pacific
					11/18/1943.  10 survivors rescued 6 days later.
					One missing.
				32124 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40953)
				32125 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41001)
				32126 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-40971, VP-93) overshot on takeoff Chincoteague, VA
					2/5/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32127 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41016) force landed during training mission San Marcos,
					CA 12/8/1943.  SOC, no fatalies.
				32128 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41019)
				32129 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41020)
				32130 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41024)
				32131 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41025)
				32132 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41037)
				32133 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41038).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32134 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41045, VB-111) hit ditch and burned during takeoff
					MCAS Cherry Point, NC 8/22/1943.  1 killed.
				32135 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41035)
				32136 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41034)
				32137 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41036) taxi collision hit parked PB4Y-1
					38790 Jan 15, 1945.  SOC Feb 28, 1945.
				32138 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41039)
				32139 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41042)
				32140 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41044)
				32141 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41046, VB-109) in night landing accident after combat
					mission and hit parked P-40s South Pacific
					1/3/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32142 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41048)
				32143 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41055)
				32144 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41052, VMD-254) crashed during landing Palmyra Island,
					South Pacific 11/28/1943.  2 killed.
				32145 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41102)
				32146 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41119)
				32147 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41121)
				32148 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41123)
				32149 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41130)
				32150 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41131)
				32151 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41138)
				32152 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41122).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32153 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41134).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32154 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41139).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32155 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41148)
				32156 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41153).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32157 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41165)
				32158 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41166).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32159 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41167, VB-115) crashed on takeoff from Green Island,
					South Pacific 6/20/1944.  12 killed.
				32160 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-41204)
				32161 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-72883)
				32162 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-72888)
				32163 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-72889, VB-101) crashed due to engine failure on
					takeoff Camp Kearney, CA 1/20/1944.  13 killed.
				32164 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-72893)
				32165 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-72922)
				32166 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-72923)
				32167 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-72925)
				32168 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-72926)
				32169 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73036, VB-114, *So Sorry*) wheels up landing Jul 5, 1944 Dunkeswell
					NAS, UK.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32170 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73091, VB-115) blew tire on landing and ground 
					looped Green Island, SP 4/28/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32171 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73092,VB-106) crashed and burned after takeoff
					5/28/1944.  3 killed.
				32172 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73093)
				32173 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73094,VB-2) wheels up landing and fire Jacksonville
					Municipal Airport 8/31/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32174 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73095, VD-1) blew tire on takeoff roll Momote, South
					Pacific and crashed 5/30/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32175 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73096)
				32176 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73097)
				32177 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73098)
				32178 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73099)
				32179 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73100)
				32180 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73101)				
				32181 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73102, VB-114) missing in flight off Block Island, RI
					1/31/1944.  10 crew missing
				32182 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73103)
				32183 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73104, VB-103) suffered fuel exhaustion in bad 
					weather off Gibraltar Dec 29, 1943.  Crew of
					10 all bailed out safely
				32184 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73105)
				32185 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73106)
				32186 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73107)
				32187 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73108)
				32188 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73109)
				32189 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73110) wheels up landing and burned NAAS Chincoteague,
					VA 8/27/1944.  No fatalities.
				32190 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73168)
				32191 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73169, VB-103) ditched in Bay of Biscay Feb 14, 1944 after being
					hit by gunfire from Ju-88.  Crew of 11 MIA.
				32192 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73170)
				32193 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73171)
				32194 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73172)
				32195 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73173)
				32196 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73174)
				32197 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73175)
				32198 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73176)
				32199 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73177)
				32200 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73178, VPB-103) overshot landing at Dunkeswell, Devonshire, UK. Dec 9, 1944.
					SOC due to damage.
				32201 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73179) hit at NAF Dunkeswell, Devonshire, UK by taxiing 32297 of VB-110 May 27, 1944.
					Heavily damaged.  Crew OK.
				32202 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73180)
				32203 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73205) SOC May 31, 1945 while flying with VB-4.
				32204 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73206)
				32205 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73207)
				32206 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73208)
				32207 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73209)
				32208 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73210)
				32209 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73211, VB-103) missing on antisub patrol Mar 20, 1944 
					over Bay of Biscay.  11 MIA
				32210 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73212, VB-110) lost engine power during anti-sub patrol
					and forced landed in a field at Chivener Mar 27, 1944.
					Damaged beyond repair, no fatalities.
				32211 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73213)
				32212 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73214)
				32213 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73400)
				32214 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73401) SOC Oct 31, 1944 while flying with VB-4
				32215 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73402)
				32216 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73403)
				32217 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73404)
				32218 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73405)
				32219 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73406, VB-106) lost on ferry flight between 
					Guadalcanal and Munda 3/27/1944.  5 MIA
				32220 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73407)
				32221 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73408)
				32222 (ex USAAF B-24D 42-73409) with VB-115, lost on flight from Green Island to Puluwat atoll Apr 22, 1944.  
					May have been shot down by AAA or fighters during attack on Alet Island.
				32223 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100026).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32224 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100027)
				32225 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100028, VB-115) hit by enemy gunfire and landed without
					brakes at Geeen Island 5/5/1944, minor damage.
				32226 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100029, VMD-354) crashed on return to MCAS Cherry 
					Point, NC 5/19/1944.  13 killed.
				32227 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100030)
				32228 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100161)
				32229 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100162)
				32230 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100163).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32231 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100164)
				32232 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100165).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32233 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100296, FAW-5) crashed into ocean near NAS Norfolk, VA
					6/20/1944.  3 killed, 6 injured
				32234 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100297)
				32235 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100298)
				32236 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100299, VPB-110) blew tire on takeoff 20/24/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32237 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100300)
				32238 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100301)
				32239 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100302)
				32240 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100303, VD-1) ditched south of Ulithi, South Pacific
					4/30/1944 after engine failure.  3 missing, rest rescued.
				32241 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100304)
				32242 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100378)
				32243 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100379)
				32244 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100380)
				32245 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100381) hit mountain after takeoff from Waller Field,
					Trinidad, BWI Apr 17, 1944.  10 killed.
				32246 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100382)
				32247 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100417)
				32248 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100418)
				32249 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100419)
				32250 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-100420)
				32251 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109905).  Delivered Jan 29, 1944.  SOC Jul 31, 1945
				32252 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109906)
				32253 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109907)
				32254 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109908)
				32255 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109909)
				32256 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109910)
				32257 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109911)
				32258 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109912)
				32259 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109913)
				32260 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109914, VPB-101) bomb exploded prematurely Morote,
					South Pacific 11/25/1944.  SOC.
				32261 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109955)
				32262 (Vex USAAF B-24J 42-109956, PB-113) ditched due to engine failure near NAS
					Boca Chica 12/11/1944.
				32263 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109957)
				32264 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109958)
				32265 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109959)
				32266 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109960, VPB-101) missing on patrol 10/20/1944.  9 MIA
				32267 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109961)
				32268 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109962)
				32269 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109963, VB-104) missing during attack on small vessel
					10/25/1944.  11 MIA
				32270 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-109964)
				32271 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110007) in special unit SAU-1.  Loaded with Torpex explosives,
					exploded in midair over Newdelight Wood, Suffolk, UK 8/12/1944.  
					Lt Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Jr (JFK's older brother) and
					Lt Wilford J. Willey killed.  Intended target was V-site at
					Mimoyecques.
				32272 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110008)
				32273 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110009)
				32274 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110010)
				32275 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110011)
				32276 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110012)
				32277 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110013, VPB-101) shot down by enemy aircraft Oct 23, 1944.
					Took off from Morotai, Moluccas Islands, Dutch East Endies on patrol mission
					and failed to return.  Crew of 10 MIA.
				32278 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110014, VB-101) crashed 28 miles from Kaena, HI after 
					failure of 3 engines 5/6/1944.  2 killed, 8 rescued.
				32279 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110015)
				32280 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110016, VPB-101) lost in combat 10/19/1944, South
					Pacific.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32281 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110124, VPB-103) damaged after aborted takeoff from Dunkeswell, Devonshire,
					UK Nov 24, 1944.  No fatalities.
				32282 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110125)
				32283 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110126)
				32284 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110127)
				32285 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110128)
				32286 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110129)
				32287 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110130)
				32288 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110131)
				32289 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110132)
				32290 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110133)
				32291 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110174)
				32292 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110175)
				32293 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110176)
				32294 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110177)
				32295 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110178)
				32296 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110179)
				32297 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110180)
				32298 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110181)
				32299 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110182)
				32300 (ex USAAF B-24J 42-110183, VB-116) returned to Camp Kearney after engine
					failure and spun-in on turn 5/26/1944.  6 killed
				32301 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40054)
				32302 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40055)
				32303 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40056)
				32304 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40057)
				32305 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40058)
				32306 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40059)
				32307 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40060)
				32308 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40061)
				32309 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40062) SOC Nov 30, 1947
				32310 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40063)
				32311 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40074)
				32312 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40075)
				32313 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40076)
				32314 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40077).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				32315 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40078).  Delivered Apr 18, 1944.  AOC Dec 31, 1945
				32316 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40079)
				32317 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40080)
				32318 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40081)
				32319 (VB-102, ex 44-40082) overshot landing Sep 9, 1944 North Field, Tinian, 
					South Pacific and hit bulldozers.  SOC, no fatalities.
				32320 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40083)
				32321 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40094)
				32322 (VB-102, ex 44-40095) ground looped on landing Sep 8, 1944 North Field, 
					Tinian, South Pacific and SOC.  No fatalities.
				32323 (VB-102, ex 44-40096) crashed and sank Chici Jima, South
					Pacific near enemy convoy Aug 26, 1944.  5 killed.
				32324 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40097)
				32325 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40174)
				32326 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40175)
				32327 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40176)
				32328 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40177, VPB-104) ditched due to engine fire 200 mi
					from Oahu 12/17/1944.  7 killed, 8 rescued.
				32329 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40178)
				32330 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40179)
				32331 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40180, VPB-200) collision with obstacle while not
					in flight 2/6/1945, South Pacific.  SOC
				32332 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40181)
				32333 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40182)
				32334 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40183)
				32335 (ex USAAF B-24J 44-40214) SOC Jun 20, 1945 while flying with Hedron 1, FAW-7
32336/32385		Howard GH-2 Nightingale 
				DGA-15P c/n 1702/1751 acquired by Navy
				32340 (c/n 1706) registration as N67732 cancelled Sep 26, 2013
				32344 (c/n 1710) to N67424.  Current as N67426
				32346 (c/n 1712) current as N70312
				32347 (c/n 1713) registered to US Marine Corps as N67771, cancelled Aaug 2, 2010.  Displayed at USMC Museum,
					Quantico, Virgnina.  Now on display at Air Zoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
				32348 (c/n 1714) to N8867H. Current as N1336M
				32350 (c/n 1716) registration as N52099 cancelled Aug 14, 2012.
				32354 (c/n 1720) registratin as N65822 revoked.
				32359 (c/n 1725) registration as N67438 cancelled Jun 27, 2012.
				32363 (c/n 1729 registration ass N5562N cancelled Aug 14, 2013
				32364 (c/n 1730) registered as CF-(JE Feb 21, 1962.
				32366 (c/n 1732) to N31589.  Current as N1000R
				32368 (c/n 1734) current as N68231
				32371 (c/n 1737) registration as N67721 cancelled Sep 5, 2012
				32372 (c/n 1738) registration as N67762 cancelled Jun 27, 2012.
				32377 (c/n 1743) current as N67436
				32378 (c/n 1744) registration as N67425 cancelled Feb 13, 2012.
				32380 (c/n 1746) registration as N68003 cancelled
				32382 (c/n 1748) registration as N290Y cancelled Feb 19, 1960
				32384 (c/n 1750) current as N9457H
				32385 (c/n 1751) to N68246, to N62J, cancelled on export to cannida Oct 19, 1974.  Current as C-GDGA
32386			Consolidated XPB3Y-1
				Cancelled contract
32386			Culver XTDC-2
				Ex-USAAF PQ-8A
32387/32636		Timm N2T-1 Tutor
				32478 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				32622 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.
32637/32786		Grumman J2F-6 Duck
				MOdel G-15 built by Columbia Aircraft Corporation under license
				32643 W/O May 30, 1945  Peleliu, W. Pacific
      			32648 W/O Aug 8, 1945 Philippines
      			32651 W/O Apr 14, 1945 Eniwetok, Pacific
      			32652 W/O Jul 3, 1945                    
				32653 stricken by the USN at Manaus, Brazil on Dec. 31, 1945
				32662 W/O Aug 27, 1945 Naval School, Kaneohe, Hi  (grd accident with NH-1  44906)
      			32674 To “0235" 2-0-24 Armada Argentina (Mar 20, 1948)
      			32682 To “0256” 2-0-39 Armada Argentina (Feb 24, 1948)
				32683 to civil registry as HC-SCF, Latin American Airways Inc. Delivered to Aerovias 
					Nacionales del Ecuador SA (ANDESA) 26th April 1946.  Reported on insurance as written off
					prior to 3rd October 1949.  Thus the accident must have happened prior to
					ANDESA's demise on 17th October 1947
				32701 To “0244”   2-0-27  Armada Argentina    (Feb 20, 1948)
				32740 put over the side of USS Eastwind as it approached Boston so that it could fly to
					the Grumman service center, but engine blew up on takeoff Dec 15, 1945 and crashed into
					water.  Aircraft and crew of 2 not recovered.
				32745 W/O Apr 25, 1945  Alaska
				32769 to USAF as 48-563.
32787/32936		Howard GH-2 Nightingale 
				DGA-15P acquired by Navy.  32787/32866 c/n 1752/1831.
				32788 (c/n 1753) to N296Y, current
				32792 (c/n 1757) aborted takeoff and hit shoreline at Fairbanks, Alaska Aug 2, 1964.
					Registration as N67720 cancelled Jul 29, 1970.
				32794 (c/n 1759) DBR in fatal accident at Afognak, Alaska Sep 25, 1966.  Registratin as N69050 cancelled.
				32795 (c/n 1760) DBR in addident at Deridder, Louisiana Sep 20, 1964.  Registration as N65595 cancelled. 
				32796 (c/n 1761) to N1101, current
				32798 (c/n 1763) to N52834, current
				32799 (c/n 1764) current as N5433N
				32801 (c/n 1766) to N9126H and then N663H, current.  Registered to Greatest Generation Naval Museum, San Diego,
					California.
				32802 (c/n 1767) registration as N66510 terminated.
				32805 (c/n 1770) to N36259, current
				32807 (c/n 1772) to N9442H, current
				32809 (c/n 1774) on civil registry as N67458, current
				32811 (c/n 1776) to N66546, cancelled Jul 12, 1990.  Then to Australian civil registry VH-DGA but DBF
					at Avalon, Victoria, Australia Oct 29, 1992.
				32820 (c/n 1785) to N67491.  Curretn as N1785H
				32823 (c/n 1788) to N9865H
				32826 (c/n 1791) current as N1441
				32827 (c/n 1792) current as N63567
				32830 (c/n 1795) registration as N9866H revoked
				32831 (c/n 1796) registration as N9862 cancelled
				32836 (c/n 1801) to N67799, current as N6779L
				32837 (c/n 1802) current as N67423
				32841 (c/n 1806) registration as N17681 cancelled
				32846 (c/n 1811) to N9102.  Registration as N3144A expired Sep 30, 2013.
				32850 (c/n 1815) to N5450N, current
				32851 (c/n 1816) to N5552N, expired Sep 30, 2013
				32852 (c/n 1817) registration as N9044H cancelled May 17, 2013
				32853 (c/n 1818) registration as N68232 cancelled Oct 23, 2013
				32864 (c/n 1829) to N68101, expired Jun 30, 2011
				32865 (c/n 1830) to N100KS.  Current as N63597.
				32867/32936 cancelled
32867/32936		Beech GB-2 
				Serials reallocated from cancelled GH-2 batch. 
				32868 (c/n 6684) was ex USAAF 44-67707 and FT463.  Became NC1194V then HH-N-105,
					then HH-105, then N1112M.  Under restoration spring 2004.
				32869 (c/n 6869) was ex USAAF 44-67763.  To CAA May 1946 as NC18, reregistered N18V in 1948.
					Seen in Europe painted as DR628, which was really YC-43 39-139.
					Conflict here with Air Britain report that this is c/n 6685 ex 44-67708 and
					FT464.  Became NC40, later N40E.  Reported up for sale in 2003
				32870 (c/n 6687) was ex USAAF 44-67710 and FT466.  Returned to US in 1946.  Became N9455H then N16S.
					Under restoration in 2002
				32871 (c/n 6688) was ex USAAF 44-67711 and FT467.  Became NC25H then N9466H.
				32872 (c/n 6699) was ex USAAF 44-67722 and FT473.  To Norway as LN-HAK,
					to the UK as G-ALNN, to France as F-OACT, then F-BATL for STE
					Generale D Achats ed de Repartition/Sogar at Toussus Le Noble, 
					Aeroporte de Paris.
				32873 (c/n 6700) was ex USAAF 44-67723 and FT474.  Became N9459H.  Displayed
					on USS Yorktown 1987 painted as 23688.
				32874 (c/n 6701) was ex BuNo 23689, USAAF 44-67724 and FT475.  To NC1193V, to
					N1193V, to G-BRVE Mar 12, 1990.
				32875 (c/n 6703) was ex BuNo 23691, USAAF 44-67726 and FT477.  Became N1196V
				32876 (c/n 6704) was ex BuNo 23692, USAAF 44-67727 and FT478.  Became N1183V,
					then NC582.
				32881 (c/n 6746) was ex BuNo 23703, USAAF 44-67738 and FT484.  Became N1185V.
				32883 (c/n 6748) was ex USAAF 44-67740, and FT486.  Became NC1184V, then XB-JUI,
					then N1184V.  Reported spring 2004 as under restoration.
				32884 (c/n 6749) was ex USAAF 44-67741, then to Royal Navy as FT487.  Back to USA Apr
					1946, and surplused as NC140, NC1195V, later N1195V.  Still airworthy with this
					registration.
				32885 (c/n 6750) was ex USAAF 44-67752, then to Royal Navy as FT488.  Became BC153 (Ntu), NC22, then
					N5099N, then N722MD.  Currently under restoration.
				32886 (c/n 6751) was ex USAAF 44-67743, then to Royal Navy as FT489.  Returned to USA and became
					NC154 (ntu)
				32887	(c/n 6752)  was ex- USAAF 44-67744, then to Royal Navy  as FT490.  Returned to USA,  To CAA as NC155[ntu]			
				32888	(c/n 6753) was ex- USAAF 44-67745 , then to Royal Navy as FT491.  Returned to USA.  To CAA as NC159[ntu]			
				32889	(c/n 6756) was ex- USAAF 44-67748, then to  Royal Navy as FT494.  Returned to USA.  To CAA as NC157[ntu], NC165, N10			
				32890	(c/n 6757) was ex- USAAF 44-67749, then to Royal Navy as FT495.  Retuned to USA.   To CAA as NC160[ntu], N9460H
				32891	(c/n 6759) was ex- USAAF 44-67751, then to Royal Navy as FT497.   Returned to USA.  To CAA as NC161[ntu]		
				32892 (c/n 6760) was ex USAAF 44-67752, then to Royal Navy as FT498.  Returned to USA. To CAA as NC162 (ntu),
					Became N9451H, then N28A.  Currently under restoration.
				32893 (c/n 6762) was ex USAAF 44-67754, then to Royal Navy as FT500. Returned to USA.  to CAA as NC163 (ntu),
					NC171 (ntu).  Became NC58, then N58E, then N58SW, then N58N.  Currently under restoration.
				32895 (c/n 6765) was ex USAAF 44-67757, then to Royal Navy as FT503.  Returned to USA.  Became NC16, then
					N16M.  
				32896 (c/n 6766) was ex USAAF 44-67758, then to Royal Navy as FT504. Returned to USA.  Became N5653N.
					Rebuilt as Model G17S.  Current as N16GD
				32897 (c/n 6767) was ex USAAF 44-67759, then to Royal Navy as FT505. Returned to USA.  Became NC5400N,
					then N7MR, then N26GM.
				32898 (c/n 6869) was ex USAAF 44-67761, then to Royal Navy as FT507.  Returned to USA.  Became NC18,
					then N18V.  Currently with R. Lamplough at North Weald, England painted as
					PB1 (which was really  c/n 420 flown during WW2 by Prince Bernhardt of the
					Netherlands.
				32899 (c/n 6870) was ex USAAF 44-67762, then to Royal Navy as FT508.  Returned to USA.  Became N9458N,
					allegedly broken up for spares but returned to registry in 1988 as N7024K.
				32900 (c/n 6871) was ex USAAF 44-67763, then to Royal Navy as FT509.  Returned to USA.  Became NC248,
					then N248E.
				32901 (c/n 6881) was ex USAAF 44-67775, then to Royal Navy as FT511.  Returned to USA.  Became NC25K,
					then N25K.
				32902 (c/n 6883) was ex USAAF 44-67777, then to Royal Navy as FT513.  Returned to USA.  Became NC27,
					then N27E.
				32903 (c/n 6884) was ex USAAF 44-67778, then to Royal Navy as FT514.  Returned to USA.  Became N1192V.
 				32904 (c/n 6886) was ex USAAF 44-67780, then to Royal Navy as FT516.  Became N52414,
					then N77JH, then N80312
				32905	(c/n 6888) was ex- USAAF 44-67782, then to  Royal Navy as FT518.  Returned to USA.  To CAA as NC183[ntu], NC30, N30E		
				32907	(c/n 6891) was ex- USAAF 44-67785 , then to Royal Navy FT521.  Returned to USA.  To CAA as NC185[ntu], N65, N65K
				32908 (c/n 6892) was ex USAAF 44-67786, then to Royal Navy as FT522. Returned to USA  Became N1174V.
				32909	(c/n 6893) was ex- USAAF 44-67787, then to Royal Navy FT523.	Returned to USA.  To CAA as NC194[ntu], NC48; N1172V
				32910	(c/n 6894) was ex- USAAF 44-67788,  then to Royal Navy FT524.	Returned to USATo CAA as NC195[ntu], N1333V
				32911 (c/n 6897) was ex USAAF 44-67791, then to Royal Navy as FT527.  Returned to USA. Became N1336V,
					then N666TX.  Currently under restoration.
				32912 (c/n 6898) was ex USAAF 44-67792, then to Royal Navy as FT528.  Returned to USA.  Became N9465H
				32914	(c/n 6901) was ex- USAAF 44-67795, then to Royal Navy as FT531.  Returned to USA.  To CAA as NC199[ntu], N1179V
				32915 (c/n 6904) was ex USAAF 44-67798, then to Royal Navy as FT534.  Returned to USA. Became NC1180V,
					then XB-PAN, then N1180V.
				32916/32936 cancelled
32937/32986		Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon
				Mocel G-44.  c/n 1291/1340.
				32937 (c/n 1291) to civil registry as N69058.  Current
				32938 (c/n 1292) to civil registry as N62000.  Current
				32939 (c/n 1293) to civil registry as N1068M, N4147A.  N4147A cancelled on export to Canada Apr 25, 2012.
				32940 (c/n 1294) to civil registry as N722, N302.  Current as N302.
				32941 (c/n 1295) to civil registry as N69077
				32942 (c/n 1296) to civil registry as N58521
				32943 (c/n 1297) to civil registry as F-BENK (ntu), then Air Monaco Mar 1948 as F-BDAE.  Tnen to N79801
				32944 (c/n 1298) to civil registry as NC62002 with KT Flying Service, Honolulu, HI in 1946, CF-NHG, 
					N353CW (NTU), N4492N
				32945 (c/n 1299) to civil registry as N69198, N2PS.  To C-GWJA May 4, 1993, cancelled Sep 12, 2005.  To N299CN
					Nov 18, 2005.  Current
				32946 (c/n 1300) NC62003 KT Flying Service, Honolulu HI  in 1946.   To N403E Superior Oil Company, Houston TX 1963/64
						To John W. Ingle, Naples NY 1966/72.   To Alfred F. Wright/ Wright Air Service, Fairbanks AK 1977/84.  To H & H Aero Inc, 
						Wilmington DE Jul 1989/92.  To Jord Corp, Wilmington DE Jun 1992.   To N60JK Jord Corp, Wilmington DE Sep 1992. 
						To N403E John H. Callahan, Clifton Park NY Sep 9, 1993/99.  to Race Flying Boats, Bear DE Jun 23, 1999/2004. 
						To Race Aviation, Longmeadow MA Dec 9, 2004/2012
				32947 (c/n 1301) to civil registry as N79905
				32948 (c/n 1302)
				32949 (c/n 1303) to civil registry as N99, N4990N.  N4990N cancelled Aug 2, 1974.
				32950 (c/n 1304) 
				32951 (c/n 1305) to N79906 
				32952 (c/n 1306) to civil registry as N66273, N273L, N278L, CF-KKF, CF-QPL, N25DP.  Current as N25DF
				32953 (c/n 1307) to civil registry as N9211H. N9211H revoked.
				32954 (c/n 1308) 
				32955 (c/n 1309) to civil registry as N9863H, CF-GYZ.  Crashed May 23, 1956, Kitimat, BC
				32956 (c/n 1310) to RAF as Gosling I JS996.  Returned to USN
					Feb 28, 1946.  To civil registry as N66197
				32957 (c/n 1311) to N9591H .  To CF-HEN reg. 1953.   To Price Air Services, Toronto ONT 1965.  To Boothe Leasing of 
					Canada Ltd, Toronto ONT 1966.   To North Coast Air Services, Prince Rupert BC 1968/72.   To N62881 Antonio 
					Bascaro, Ciud Guatamala, Guatamala 1977.   TG-BIZ reg.   Sold to USA, struck-off reg. Jul 23, 2003. 
					To N744MC Michael L. Cozad, Las Vegas NV Dec 5, 2003/2012
				32958 (c/n 1312) to civil registry as N1069M, N69T, N89T, CF-KKF, N13122.  current as N13122, registered to
					Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum.
				32959 (c/n 1313) to civil registry as N708L, N708C, N5SW.  Current as N708C.
				32960 (c/n 1314) to civil registry as N70060, N128A.  Struck trees in forced landing, Halifax, Nova Scotia
					Sep 13, 1969
				32961 (c/n 1315) to civil registry as N76K, CF-IHI, CF-HPD, C-FHPD, N8AS.  W/o May 2, 2013 when crashed into
					Hudson River near Germantown, New York.  One killed.
				32962 (c/n 1316) 
				32963 (c/n 1317) to civil registry as N67867, 5N-AMD, N67867, 5N-AMG, G-BTKJ. Registration G-BTKJ not taken up
					and aircraft returned to Florida in Nov 1987 and again registered as N67867 Nov 14, 1997.  				32964 (c/n 1318) 
				32965 (c/n 1319) to civil registry as N728, N1595V.  Current as N1595V
				32966 (c/n 1320) to civil registry as N702
				32967 (c/n 1321) to civil registry as N67794 with Alaska Island Airlines Sep 9, 1953.  
					Crshed Lisianski Inlet, near Pelican City, Alaska Nov 4, 1954.  Registration cancelled Oct 12, 1955.
				32968 (c/n 1322) 
				32969 (c/n 1323) to civil registry as N66432.  Registration cancelled May 25, 1965.
				32970 (c/n 1324) to civil registry as N5555N, CF-JKH, N176MS.  Crashed Oct 6, 1973 when landed in water with the
					landing gear down.  Current as N612GW.
				32971 (c/n 1325) to civil registry as N67646. Current
				32972 (c/n 1326) 
				32973 (c/n 1327) became N725, then N79906.  N79906 cancelled on export to Canada May 27, 2003. Registered 
					May 28, 2003 to CF-BGS Inc of Oakville, ON as C-FBCP.  Current
				32974 (c/n 1328) to civil registry as N9900H.  Current
				32975 (c/n 1329) to civil registry as N66645 Jun 1946, later N645DH Jul 2000.  Reported
					Jun 1993 at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK, but no evidence of Museum ownership.
				32976 (c/n 1330) named "Petulant Porpoise in 1948 markings of NACA at Langley Field, Virginia.  Used by Edo
					Corporation as testbed for evaluating different seaplane hulls.  First flown May 1948 with a half-scale
					Martin XP5M-1 hull.  Retired to National Air and Space Museum.  Exchanged with Darryl Greenamyer for
					Bearcat N1111L.
				32977 (c/n 1331) crashed and burned on Signal Mountain, a few miles N of Chattanooga, TN, during night flight 
					Jan 2, 1948.
				32978 (c/n 1332) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FP474.  To civil registry as SE-ARZ Mar 28 1946, cancelled 
					Jun 28, 1958.  Registered LN-HAL Jun 3, 1958, cancelled Jun 30, 1978.  Donated to Norsk Teknish Museum, 
					Oslo, Norway, on loan to Flyhistorisk Museu Sola.
				32979 (c/n 1333) to civil registry as N69078
				32980 (c/n 1334) to civil registry as N9212H, CF-PNT, N90727.  Current as N90727.
				32981 (c/n 1335)
				32982 (c/n 1336) to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP455, later renamed Widgeon I
				32983 (c/n 1337) to civil registry as N58837.  Cancelled Sep 24, 2013.
				32984 (c/n 1338) to civil registry as N69067.  Current
				32985 (c/n 1339) to civil registry as N58847.  crashed and destroyed at Hook Point, Chignik Bay,
					Alaska.  N58847 cancelled May 20, 1965
				32986 (c/n 1340) to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP456, later renamed 
					Widgeon I.  To civil registry as NC41826, VP-BAK, N9311R.  Current as N9311R.
32987/32991		Curtiss SNC-1 Falcon
				Curtiss Model CW-22N
				Ordered by the Dutch for Netherlands East Indies AF as CF-4120/CF-4124 but were not shipped from US;  to US Navy. 
					Lend-Lease to Cuba July 1942 but rejected.
				32987		c/n 4187	
				32988		c/n 4188
				32989		c/n 4189
				32990		c/n 4192
				32991		c/n 4193
32992/33066		Beech GB-2 
				32992 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 31, 1944
				32994 (c/n 4793) to CAA as NC217, then NC217E.  to France as F-BEXA for STE Agricole de
					Production et de Transformation
				33011 (c/n 4810) on civil registry as N480
				33012 (c/n 4811) to civil regiatry as N711ZZ
				33013 (c;n 4812) to CAA as NC46.  To France as F-BEXK for Societe Air Madagascar
				33018 (c/n 4817) registered N67714 Nov 1, 2005
				33022 (c/n 4821) to CAA as NC161.  To NC161K, on current civil registry as N161K
				33024 (c/n 4823) became N993H, then G-BUXU May 20, 1993.  Registered Sep 10, 2004
					as F-GUZZ for Francis Vital at Persan Beaumont, Aeroport de Paris
				33030 (c/n 4829) to CAA as NC221, then N1255N, then F-AZLA for Thierry Paris at
					Montlucon-Guret, Limousin.
				33034 (c/n 4833) on civil registry as N52931.
				33036 (c/n 4835) to CAA as NC230.
				33037 (c/n 4836) to CAA as NC160.  To NC5743N, NC160.  Current
				33044 (c/n 4843) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 21
				33045 (c/n 4844) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 22
				33049 (c/n 4848) on civil registry as N67736
				33050 (c/n 4849) became CF-BKQ.  Noted recently in Reynolds Alberta Museum, 
					Wetaskiwin, Alberta
				33051 (c/n 4850) on civil registry as N17SW
				33052 (c/n 4851) Lend-Lease to Brazilian AF as FAB-23 in 1943.  W/o Oct 24, 1944.
				33053 (c/n 4852) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 24
				33055 (c/n 4854) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 25
				33056 (c/n 4855) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 26
				33057 (c/n 4856) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 27
				33059 (c/n 4858) to CAA as NC153.  To N1256N, N1256B, expired Sep 30, 2012.
				33061 (c/n 4860) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 28
				33062 (c/n 4861) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 29
				33063 (c/n 4862) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 30
				33064 (c/n 4863) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 31
				33065 (c/n 4864) Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 32
33067/33466		Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
				c/n 237-5076/5475
				33072 to RAF, probably as FN956
				33076 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945.
				33078 (VPB-127) w/o 12-Sep-44 Port Lyautey, FM in non-combat-mission.
				33079 (VMF(N)531) w/o 21-Mar-44 Treasure Isl,SP.  Mid-air at sea.  4 killed
				33080 transferred to RCAF as 2194 Jun 1943.
				33081 to RAF as FN957.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				33082 transferred to RCAF as 2141 Apr 1943
				33083 transferred to RCAF as 2150 Apr 1943
				33086 transferred to RCAF as 2147 Apr 1943
				33087 transferred to RCAF as 2148 Apr 1943
				33088 transferred to RCAF as 2277
				33090 to French Aeronavale
				33092 (VB-127) ditched off Fort Lyautey,FM
				33094 transferred to RCAF as 2142 Apr 1943
				33096 (VB-127) from Cruz Fld, Port Lyautey, French 
					Morocco w/o 29-Sep-43.  Hit 2000' mtn, 5 killed.
				33097 (VB-131) missing 10-Jul-43 on search mission 
					between Guantanamo Bay & Nevassa Isl. 5 missing.
				33100 (VPB-128) crashed on takeoff, Reykjavik, Iceland,
					Sept 5, 1943.
				33104 (VJ-4) w/o NAS Norfolk,Va 16-Apr-43.  Spun-in on 
					take-off.  9 killed
				33108 transferred to RCAF as 2145 apr 1943
				33113 transferred to RCAF as 2143 Apr 1943
				33115 transferred to RCAF as 2151 Apr 1943
				33116 transferred to RCAF as 2152 Apr 1943
				33117 transferred to RCAF as 2144 Apr 1943.  Crashed into sea Jun 3, 1945
				33119 transferred to RCAF as 2155 Apr 1943
				33120 transferred to RCAF as 2149 Apr 1943.  Crashed into sea Dec 7, 1944
				33121 (VP-HDN-6) w/o 12-Apr-44 NAS Whidbey Isl.  Spun-in 
					on take-off 3 killed.
				33122 transferred to RCAF as 2153 Apr 1943
				33123 transferred to RCAF as 2156 Apr 1943
				33124 transferred to RCAF as 2146 Apr 1943
				33125 transferred to RCAF as 2163 Apr 1943
				33126 transferred to RCAF as 2157 Apr 1943
				33127 transferred to RCAF as 2162 Apr 1943
				33130 transferred to RCAF as 2154 Apr 1943
				33132 transferred to RCAF as 2161 Apr 1943
				33133 (VB-134) w/o Sweepers Cove Adak,AK 25-Sep-43. Flew
 					into water on take-off.  4 killed
 				33142 crashed into NE side of Mt Washington May 14, 1943.  5 crew killed.
				33146 (VB-125) w/o 24-Jun-43.  Crashed into Long Island
 					Sound.  5 killed
				33147 (VB-126) w/o 9-Jul-43 during convoy coverage off 
					NC.  Ditched.  4 killed
				33148 transferred to RCAF as 2159 Apr 1943
				33149 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o Aug 24, 1944 in mid-air collision with PV-3 33949
					at NAS Lake City, FL, 4 killed.  
				33150 transferred to RCAF as 2158 Apr 1943.
				33152 transferred to RCAF as 2164 May 1943
				33153 (c/n 5162) transferred to RCAF as 2165 May 1943, to instructional airframe as A452.  Later
					sold on civil registry as N5769N, N131A.  Converted to Super Ventura Sep 10, 1958.  Noted derelict
					at grownfield, Texas Apr 1987.
				33154 transferred to RCAF as 2168 May 1943
				33155 transferred to RCAF as 2166 May 1943
				33156 transferred to RCAF as 2167 May 1943.  To N6400e, N2331, N31C, N31CP.  Creahed near Madeira,
					Ohio Feb 19, 1960.
				33157 transferred to RCAF as 2169 May 1943
				33158 transferred to RCAF as 2181 Jun 1943
				33159 transferred to RCAF as 2182 Jun 1943.  
				33160 transferred to RCAF as 2160 Apr 1943
				33161 transferred to RCAF as 2174 May 1943.  Later sold on 
					civil registry as CF-HBW, N4968C.  Converted to Super Ventura, then to Howard 500 (c/n 500-101) then to N18N,
	 				N365N, CF-WKG, N500B, C-GLOM, PJ-llZ in Nethrlands Antilles.  Impounded for drug running at Nassau,
					Bahamas Apr 1984.
				33162 transferred to RCAF as 2178 May 1943
				33163 transferred to RCAF as 2179 May 1943.  Remains retrieved by Ventura Mermorial Flight Association Aug 1994.
					The Association was restroring RCAF 2195 (BuNo 33315)
				33164 transferred to RCAF as 2205 Jun 1943.  To NL64005, N1958S.  Cancelled Aug 6, 2012.
				33167 on civil registry as N1958S
				33181 (VB-2,OTU#2) from NAS Lake City, FL w/o 27-May-
					43.  Crashed at night on instruments due to unk 
					cause.  6 killed
				33183 (VB-132) w/o NAS Deland,FL 14-May-43.  Force-
					landing & fire.  3 killed
				33185 w/o 11-Apr-43 during ferry flight.  Crashed during 
					storm, Plain Dealing,TX.  4 killed
				33187 (VB-129) based in Brazil, w/o 11-Jun-43.  Crashed 
					at sea.  5 missing
				33188 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN958.  Missing from meteorological flight Mar 13, 1944
				33189 (VB-131) w/o 2-Dec-43 Surinam during convoy 
					coverage.  Take-off & crashed
				33194 (VB-131) w/o 22-Oct-43 British Guiana.  Loss of 
					control, hit flat from 1000'.  1 killed
				33195 
				33217 (VB-140) crashed 3-Dec-43 Mundal during takeoff 
					for search & recon.  1 killed
				33226 to French Aeronavale as 33226
				33229 (c/n 237-5238, VP-131) w/o Jun 21, 1943 when failed to
					return from training mission out of NAAF Boca Chica, FL.
					5 crew missing.  Wreckage found in shallow water one year later.
				33230 transferred to RCAF as 2175 May 1943 
				33232 transferred to RCAF as 2173 May 1943.  To N5778N, N555DM.  Converted to Super Ventura MK II.  DBF
					Nov 29, 1963.
				33233 transferred to RCAF as 2183 Jun 1943 
				33234 transferred to RCAF as 2207 Jun 1943.  To N5760N, N2000C.  Crashed W of Smithtown, Long Island,
					New York Jan 26, 1956.  Cancelled Feb 21, 1956.
				33235 to RCAF as 2177 May 1943
				33236 transferred to RCAF as 2171 May 1943
				33237 to RCAF as 2176 May 1943
				33238 transferred to RCAF as 2170 May 1943
				33239 transferred to RCAF as 2172 May 1943
				33240 transferred to RCAF as 2257.  To N10488, N340 Converted to Super Ventura.  To N3403.  Crashed
					Graylord, Minnesota Mar 2, 1969
				33243 (VB-2,OTU#1) w/o 19-Jun-43.  Spun-in during stall 
					practice.  7 killed
				33249 (c/n 5258) transferred to RCAF as 2180 May 1943.  Later on 
					civil registry N19485, N1212.  Converted to Super Ventura Oct 31, 1956.  To N2020, N8020, as N4005.
					Cancelled Jul 9, 2012
				33250 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN959
				33253 (VMF9N-531) w/o 9-Feb-44 Barakoma, SP.  Crashed 
					into sea after take-off.  3 killed.
				33257 transferred to RCAF as 2184 Jun 1943
				33258 (c/n 5267) transferred to RCAF as 2185 Jun 1943.  To N10473, N2600.  Vonverted to Super VenturaII/Howard 350
					Feb 18, 1957.  To N9211R, Later sold on civil registry as N544B.  Ditched S of Cuba Apr 27, 1979
				33259 transferred to RCAF as 2213
				33260 (c/n 5269) transferred to RCAF as 2186 Jun 1943.  Later on civil 
					registry as N75384, N9060.  Converted to Super Ventura Dec 12, 1957.  Cancelled Jul 22, 2011.
				33261 transferred to RCAF as 2187 Jun 1943.  To N10472, N345.  Converted to Super Ventura.  Crashed near
					New Castle, Pennsylvania Dec 27, 1956.
				33262 transferred to RCAF as 2188 Jun 1943.  To N10474.  Converted to Super Ventura 195.  To N200P, N230P, N18A.
					Crashed into harbor on takeoff, Chicago, Illinois Aug 17, 1962l
				33263 (c/n 5272) transferred to RCAF as 2189 Jun 1943.  Later sold
					on civil registry as N10496, N721N.  Was converted to Howard 500 with
					c/n 500-102 but c/n was NTU.  Ditched near Aruba Jul 7, 1979
				33264 transferred to RCAF as 2216.
				33265 (c/n 5274) transferred to RCAF as 2217.  To N5761N, N3031.  Converted to Super Ventura.  To N8081.
					Converted to Howard 350 Mar 27, 1966.  on civil registry as N730EG.  Crashed Cuiliacan, Smaloa, Mexico
					Apr 1, 1975 on smuggling flight.
				33266 transferred to RCAF as 2190 Jun 1943.  To N10475.  Converted to Super Ventura.  To CF-KEH, N101MC.  Converted
					to Howard 350.  To N361M, 361MC.  Crashed Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Oct 15, 1972.
				33267 transferred to RCAF as 2208
				33268 transferred to RCAF as 2214.  To N64007, XB-REX, N5399N.  Crashed Bandera, Texas Mar 15, 1962.
				33269 transferred to RCAF as 2215.  To N1505V.  Crashed on Calf Mountain, near Waynesboro, Virginia Nov 20, 1954.
				33270 transferred to RCAF as 2212
				33271 (c/n 5280) transferred to RCAF as 2191 Jun 1943.  Then on US civil 
					registry as N1506V, N11P.  Converted to Super Ventura Sep 10, 1965.  Cancelled Aug 1, 2011
				33272 to French Aeronavale
				33273 transferred to RCAF as 2192 Jun 1943.
				33274 transferred to RCAF as 2196 Jun 1943.  To N1504V.  Converted to Super Ventura.  To N234YU.  Crashed
					Egg Harbor, New Jersey Feb 1, 1975.
				33277 (VB-130) w/o NAS Trinidad, BWI 1-Jul-43.  Ground
 					looped during landing & burned
				33280 (VB-128) w/o 14-Sep-44 NAS South Weymouth, Ma.  
					Overshot landing & burned
				33285 (VB-140) w/o 13-Feb-44 Guadalcanal.  Crashed after 
					take-off, pilot error
				33286 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN960.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				33287 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN961.  Sold for scrap Sep 3, 1947
				33289 to RCAF
				33290 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN962.  SOC May 14, 1947
				33291 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN963.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				33292 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN964.  SOC May 30, 1946
				33293 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN965.  Diverted to SAAF as 6413, no RAF service
				33294 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN966.  SOC Aug 3, 1946
				33295 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN967.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service
				33298 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN969.  DBR when bellylanded on beach following
					engine trouble, Achnahaid, Scotland Oct 4, 1943
				33299 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN970.  SOC May 14, 1947
				33300 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN971.  Ditched in Mediterranean Sea Mar 11, 1944
					after engine failure
				33303 (c/n 237-5312) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4501.  Crashed Bougainville May 8, 1944
				33304 (VPB-153) w/o 3-Feb-44.  Fire in air during 
					parachute illumination remained attached during 
					practice drop causing fire at 1500', crashed at 
					sea,off Pt. Reyes, CA.  6 missing.
				33308 (c/n 237-5317) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4502.  Crashed at Ohakea on Jun 7, 1944 after engine failure on take-off 
					during a training flight. To instructional airframe INST102 at RNZAF Base, Ohakea. Scrapped
				33309 (c/n 237-5318) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4503.  SOC Mar 1948
				33310 (c/n 237-5319) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4504
				33311 (c/n 237-5320) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4505
				33312 (c/n 237-5321) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4506
				33313 (c/n 237-5322) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4507.  SOC Mar 1948
				33314 (c/n 237-5323) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4508.  Crashed near Domo Cove on Dec 7, 1943. The aircraft stalled 
					out of a turn in zero visibility weather and crashed into the sea
				33315 to RCAF as 2195 Jun 1943. to Spartan Aerial Surveys as 
					CF-FAV.   Crashlanded 60 miles north of Yellowknife Aug 14, 1953
					and abandoned; recovered 1988 and in 1997 was under restoration by 
					Edmonton Aviation Heritage Centre.   Being restored to flying condition by Ventura Memorial
					Flight Association.  
				33316 to RAAF as A59-51.  Sold 9/6/1949.  To VH-RGM
				33317 transferred to RCAF as 2204 Jun 1943.  TO N64001.  Crashed 4 mi E of Jeffersonville, Indiana May 15, 1956.
				33318 transferred to RCAF as 2193 Jun 1943.  With 149 Sqn crashed on
					Duke Island, Canada Oct 26, 1943.  2 killed, 2 injured and
					died of injuries 16 days later.
				33319 transferred to RCAF as 2203 Jun 1943.
				33320 (c/n 237-5329) to New Zealand Jun 7, 1943 as NZ4509.  SOC Mar 1948
				33321 to RAAF as A59-50.
				33322 transferred to RCAF as 2202 Jun 1943.  Later to civil registry as N5776N, N507N.  Converted to Super 
					Ventura Mar 31, 1959.  Converted to Howard 350 Apr 18, 1966.  To Naval Aviation Museum Dec 20, 1978.
					To Museum of Aviation at Warner Robbins AFB by Nov 1986.  Sold to civil user but DBR in airlift tranfer
					to Fernando Beach, Florida.  BU for spares in 1987.
				33323 transferred to RCAF as 2197 Jun 1943.  Later sold to civil 
					registry as N64008, N164H.  WFU Brownfield, Texas by 1977.  Registration cancelled as destroyed Jun 25, 1979.
				33324 to RCAF as 2200 Jun 1943.  To N3948C, N44R.  Converted to Super Ventura. To N401M.  Believed converted
					to Howard 350.  To N45CK. Crashed spraying crops at Union Springs, Alabama May 4, 1973.
				33325 (c/n 5334) To RCAF as 2209.  on civil registry as N3950C, N52K, N33DP, N322PN,  N922PN.  Cancelled Nov 20, 2012
				33326 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN971.  Ditched in Mediterranean Mar 11, 1944
				33327 (c/n 5336) transferred to RCAF as 2198 Jun 1943.  Later sold to 
					civil registry as N64004, N234P.  Converted to Super Ventury Jul 7, 1958. Damaged by fire in right
					wing after fuel leak Oct 1994.  To N990PT but NTU.  Registration cancelled as sale
					reported Sep 22, 2008
				33328 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN972.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
				33329 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN973.  Transferred to RCAF as 2204 Jun 1943.
				33330 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN974.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
				33331 transferred to RCAF as 2199 Jun 1943.
				33332 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN975.  Retained in USA for use by RCAF in 1943, but then delivered to
					RAF in Middle East.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				33333 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN976
				33334 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN977.  Retained in USA for use by RCAF in 1943.  Crashed Jun 12, 1943 at 
					Quonset Point, Rhode Island.
				33335 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN978.  Retained in Canada, may have been transferred to RCAF
				33336 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN979.  Retained in Canada and diverted to RCAF.
				33337 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN980.  DBR Jul 6, 1944.
				33338 to RAF as Ventura GR.V. FN981
				33343 (VB-139) w/o 25-Mar-44 Masscare Bay, Attu,Ak.  Flew 
					into water on take-off.  5 killed
				33346 lost Jul 23, 1943.  Wreckage recoverd in 1988 by US Historical Aircraft Preservation Museum,
					Anchorage, Alaska.  To N57HA but NTU.  cancelled Aug 8, 1985.
				33351 (VB-131) w/o 17-Feb-44 Zandrey Fld, Surinam (Dutch Guiana) during 
					test flight.  Reported mechanical problems shortly after
					takeoff, went out of control and crashed 3 mi NE of
					the field.  5 killed
				33356 (VB-132) w/o 22-Jun-43 during search mission.
					Crashed at sea.  5 killed.
				33361 (VB-144) w/o 14-Feb-44 Tarawa Atoll.  Crashed 
					after take-off.  5 killed.
				33362 transferred to RCAF as 2211.  To N75381, N5C.  Converted to Super Ventura.  To N175S.  Crashed near
					Chimicagua, Colombia Apr 15, 1973 on illegal flight.
				33363 transferred to RCAF as 2210.  To CF-HBX, N4969C, to civil registry as N511YP.  Cancelled as WFU.
					Converted to Howard 500 (c/n 500-103)  To N511YP, N511Y, N127LR.  Damaged Key Largo, Florida Feb 9, 1978.
					Cancelled May 22, 1980.
				33364 transferred to RCAF as 2229. To NX5387N, N5387N, N101G.  Crashed 20 mi NW of New Braunfels, Texas
					Jul 9, 1958.
				33365 transferred to RCAF as 2218
				33366 (c/n 5375) transferred to RCAF as 2232.  To CF-FSL, N4970C, N420L.  Converted to Howard 500 Aug 22, 1960.
					with c/n 500-104.  On civil registry as N4201 , N4032, N8013, YV-P-AEK, N8033, N80BD.  Crashed into a lake 
					in Yosemite National Park in Dec 1976 with over 4000 pounds of marijuana aboard.  Pilot and copilot
					both killed.  Registration N80BD cancelled Nov 1977. 
				33367 transferred to RCAF as 2219 
				33368 (c/n 5377) transferred to RCAF as 2220.  On civil registry as N10477.  Cancelled Jun 25, 2009
				33369 to RAAF as A59-52.  Sold 9/6/1949.  A 1997 issue of 'FlyPast' magazine gives a 
					different history.  It says - to RCAF as 2221; struck off charge 1950 and various owners until 
					exchanged in 1988 for a Canberra from the Australian AF. Restored to flying 
					condition by RAAF Museum as VH-SFF, painted as A59-67.  Was N159U of Clarks Aerial
					Service, Broomsfield, TX in the 1980s.
				33370 (c/n 5379) transferred to RCAF as 2222.  to civil registry as N456, N456G.  May not have flown after
					damage when landed short and undercarriage collapsed at Hobbs, New Mexico Mar 26,1961.  Cancelled Jul 24, 2012.
				33371 transferred to RCAF as 2235.
				33372 transferred to RCAF as 2206 Jun 1943
				33380 (VPB-199) w/o 14-Jan-45 Cascade Mtn Range,WA.  
					Lost, fuel exhaustion;crew bailed out.  2 died of 
					exposure
				33381 (VPB-200) w/o 31-Jul-45;Oahu,Hi.  Hit mtn side in 
					bad weather.  6 killed
				33386 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN982. SOC Mar 14, 1946
				33387 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN983.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				33388 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN984.  SOC May 14, 1947
				33389 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN985.  SOC May 14, 1947
				33390 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN986.  SOC Dec 31, 1947
				33391 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN987.  DBR Jul 14, 1943 when engine cut on
					takeoff, aircraft swung and undercarriage collapsed, Piarco, Trinidad
					Jul 14, 1943.
				33392 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN988.  SOC Sep 3, 1947
				33393 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN989.  SOC May 14, 1947
				33394 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN990.  Transferred to SAAF as 6518 Oct 1, 1945
				33395 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN991.  Missing during ferry flight to SAAF as 6401
				33396 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN992.  Diverted to SAAF as 6402, no RAF service.  Crashed near Tygerburg, RSA
					Jul 20, 1955
				33397 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN993.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				33398 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN994.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				33399 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN995.  Diverted to SAAF 6512, no RAF service
				33400 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN996.  Diverted to SAAF as 6426, no RAF service.  W/o near Pretoria, South
					Africa Oct 9, 1943 on delivery flight
				33401 possibly to French Aeronavale for spares.  SOC Nov 1945 in Morocco.
				33407 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN997.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				33412 (VB-131) w/o 9-Nov-43 Surinam.  Ditched in river & destroyed by dynamite
				33413 (VB-134) w/o 5-Dec-43;NAS Quonset Pt,RI.  Hot landing,hit hanger.  9 killed
				33414 (VPB-199) w/o 6-Mar-45 Lk.Hancock rocket range, WA.   Wing failed on pull-out,1000' from shore.  
					6 killed
				33419 (VB-134) w/o NAS Deland,Fl Jul 5, 1943.  Spun-in on take-off.  8 killed
				33425 (VB-143) w/o 8-Sep-44 NAAS Boca Chica,Key West,FL.
					Flew into water during take-off & sank
				33429 (Hedron,FAW-8) w/o 16-Oct-44.  Took off from Ajaceio,Corsica, engine failure at 800' and spun-
					in.  9 killed.
				33430 (c/n 237-5439) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4510.  Named "Tonawhai"
				33431 (c/n 237-5440) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4511.  Named "Slippery Sam"
				33434 (c/n 237-5443) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4512
				33435 (c/n 237-5444) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4513
				33437 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN998.  To SAAF as 6405.  DBR May 1, 1944
				33438 (c/n 237-5447) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4514
				33439 (c/n 237-5448) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4515.
				33440 (c/n 237-5449) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4516.  Named "Patua Te Ra"
				33441 (c/n 237-5450) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4517.  Crashed on takeoff from Guadalcanal on Nov 13, 1943 and written off
				33442 (c/n 237-5451) to New Zealand Jul 10, 1943 as NZ4518.   Mid-air collision with Dakota NZ3501 [42-32885, landed safely] 
					on Mar 21, 1945. The aircraft dived towards the ground after the collision with a damaged starboard 
					wing and crashed into a paddock at Kaukapakapa. The crew with the exception of the Captain bailed out.
				33443 to French Navy as 116 and w/o Apr 23, 1946
				33444 to RAAF as A59-2, to VH-RGN
				33446 to RAAF as A59-53.  Sold 7/6/1949.
				33449 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FN998.  Diverted to SAAF as 6403, no RAF service
				33452 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP537.  Ditched off Cyprus after engine failure
					Mar 3, 1944
				33454 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP538.  Operated by 17 Sq SAAF
				33456 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP539.  DBR Sep 24, 1943 when swung on takeoff and
					undercarriage collapsed at Takoradi, Gold Coast
				33458 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP540.  Operated by 17 Sq SAAF
				33459 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP541.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				33460 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP542.  SOC May 4, 1944
				33461 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP543
				33462 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP544.  Missing from patrol Jan 28, 1944
				33463 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP545.  Missing from convoy escort flight Feb 16, 1944
				33464 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP546.  Crashed into sea off Oran, Algeria Mar 7, 1944
				33465 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP547.  
				33466 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP548.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
33467/33514		Goodyear ZNP-K 
				K-class airship.  In some databases, these are listed as a cancelled contract, but these apparently were built.
				33467	K-75
				33468	K-76
				33469	K-77
				33470	K-78
				33471	K-79
				33472	K-80
				33473	K-81
				33474	K-82
				33475	K-83
				33476	K-84
				33477	K-85
				33478	K-86
				33479	K-87
				33480	K-88
				33481	K-89.  Assigned ZP-14.   Flown Weeksville, NC, to NAS Bermuda and the Azores April 1945. Arrived Port 
					Lyautey, French Morocco May 1, 1945 as replacements for Blimp Squadron ZP-14.
				33482	K-90
				33483	K-91
				33484	K-92
				33485	K-93
				33486	K-94
				33487	K-95
				33488	K-96
				33489	K-97
				33490	K-98
				33491	K-99
				33492	K-100
				33493	K-101
				33494	K-102
				33495	K-103
				33496	K-104
				33497	K-105
				33498	K-106
				33499	K-107
				33500	K-108
				33501	K-109
				33502	K-110
				33503	K-111
				33504	K-112
				33505	K-113	Control car destroyed by fire. Replaced by control car K-136
				33506	K-114
				33507	K-115
				33508	K-116
				33509	K-117
				33510	K-118
				33511	K-119
				33512	K-120
				33513	K-121
				33514	K-122
33515/33614		Interstate TDR-1  
				33532-33614 cancelled
				33529 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
33532/33534		Vought XF6U-1 Pirate
				Serials reassigned from cancelled TDR-1 batch
				33532 first flight Oct 2, 1946
				33533 first flight Jun 26, 1947.  To NAS Patuxent River, Maryland for tests
				33534 first flight Nov 10, 1947.  Crashed near Stratford APT, Connecticut Nov 1948 due to seized engine bearing.
33535/33614		Grumman J2F-6 Duck
				Serials reassigned from cancelled TDR-1 batch.  Built by Columbia Aircraft Corporation under license.
				33542 SOC at Guantanamo Bay Apr 30, 1949
				33549 became N1214N.  Reported in 1991 to be at Weeks Air Museum,
					Tamiami, FL.  Badly damaged by Hurrican Andrew Aug 24, 1992.  Rebuilt and was flying
					by 1997.  Now with Kermit Weeks at Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, Florida
				33550 registered N910CM (ntu) May 9, 1989.  Cancelled Aug 14, 2012.  Also quoted as 33559
				33559 delivered to US Navy May 26, 1945, SOC 1948,.  To N3960C in 1949.  Current at Tallamook Air Museum,
					Oregon.
				33563 registered N79919 Feb 20, 1952, cancelled Feb 21, 1956
				33581 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				33587 civilianized as N67790 Oct 21, 1946.  Rebuilt and flown in 1954.  Converted to fire tanker Jan 1962
					as C07.  To Tallmantz Aviation Inc of Santa Ana, CA in Jan 1970 and flown in Venezuela filming
					*Murphy's War*.  To Kermit Weeks Apr 1985.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum, painted as 
					OA-12 48-563.  
				33594 to civil registry as N1273N in 1959.  To San Diego Aerospace Museum, San Diego, California in 1975.
					in years 1995-2000 lent to Kermit Weeks at Polk City, California, but sold to Cinema Air Collection, Chino, CA
					June 21, 2000 as N5SF.  Restored at Chino, first flight Mar 18, 2002..  
				33602 to civil registry as N1939M on 6th July 1952 was sold to Dr Roberto Baptista, at 
					Maiquetia, La Guaira.  His mailing address was c/o TACA de Venezuela, which by this date 
					was a subsidiary of Linea Aeropostal Venezolana.  No further registration known  WFU at Letica, Colombia
					and derelict by 1070.  To Kermit Weeks Dec 6, 1982 for restoration,  Registered as N5855S Jan 1997.
				33614 to N55S of Lake Wales Air Services, Lake Wales, FL, reported
					derelict in 1982.  Reported Sep 2005 to be under restoration by Wichita Air Services, Newton, KS
33615/33714		Martin AM-1, -1Q Mauler
				contract cancelled.
33615/33621		Douglas R4D-4R
				Serials reassigned from cancelled AM-1 batch.  Commercial DC-3s
				impressed as staff transport
33622/33714		Interstate TDR-1
				serials reassigned from cancelled AM-1 batch.
33715/33814		Bristol LRQ-1 
				Cancelled contract 
33815/33820		Douglas R4D-4 
				DC-3A-447s taken over by Navy from Pan Am before delivery.
				33815 (c/n 6350, ex NC34957) to US Navy Jan 11, 1943 - Jacksonville Jan 13, 1943 - SOC Mov 30,
					1946.  To civilian registry as TI-159 (TACA), YS-70 (TACA de Salvador), N3980C (Transocean), 
					EP-ADI (Iranian Airways Jan 21, 1955 - Iran Air 1961).  Crashed Isfahan May 04, 1964.
				33816 (c/n 6351, ex NC34958) to US Navy Jan 15, 1943 - VR-3 Jan 16, 1943 - Glenview Jan 1944 - 
					SOC Nov 30, 1947.
				33817 (c/n 6352, ex NC34959) to US Navy Jan 14, 1943 - VR-1 Feb 08, 1943 - VR-4 Mar 18, 1943 - 
					VR-5 Jan 1944 - VR-4 Jul 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as NC73727
					(Continental Airlines - Southern Airways jun 1949), N71SA (Rr), N715A, 
					N977W (Various owners/operators).  Last noted engineless at Rollo, MO. Sep 1979.
				33818 (c/n 6353, ex NC34960) to US Navy Jan 20, 1943 - VR-2 Jan 25, 1943  - VR-4 Mar 05, 1943 - 
					VR-5 Jan 1944 - FAW-5 Feb 1946 - FAW-3 Mar 1946 - SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civilian
					registry as NC9032H (Aero Service Corp), VH-MJR (M J Lawrence Holding Ltd, Sydney, NSW. Aug 1, 1961, 
					operated with Aero Service Corp colours - MacRobertson Miller Apr 19, 1965), VH-MMT (Rr Jun 08, 1965, 
					named ‘Turner’), PK-RDG (Seulawah Air Service Dec 17, 1969), PK-OSA (Rr Jan 1978 - Mandala Airlines). 
					Last noted wfu Jakarta Apr 1980.
				33819 (c/n 6354 ex NC34961) to US Navy Jan 23, 1943 - Corpus Christi Jan 29, 1943 - Glendale Jan 1944 -
					COM-17, Kodiak, AK. Jan 1945 - Jacksonville Jul 31, 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civilian registry as 
					NC95475, C-71X (SCOLTA - W/o Oct 05, 1948, repaired), C-140 (Avianca), HK-140 (Rr 1949 - LANSA Jul 10, 1952). 
					Converted to Hiper DC-3 for Avianca, then sold to TANA sep 06, 1974 and leased by El Venado 
					from 1975 until baught 1977.  To Transamazonica Nov 1980, damaged Villavicencio May 12, 1982, repaired again. 
					Now private, leased to Aérolineas Intercolombianas.
				33820 (c/n 6355 ex NC34962) to US Navy Jan 30, 1943 - Anacostia Feb 12, 1943 - SOC Oct 31, 1946. 
					To civilian registry as NC226 (Various owners/operators) until last noted impounded at Grand Turk Apr 1981, 
					sale reported, Miami, FL., current as such on USCAR Mar 2003.
33821/33870		Martin AM-1, -1Q Mauler
				contract cancelled
33821/33870		Lockheed TO-1 Shooting Star 
				P-80Cs transferred from USAF (47-218/224, 47-525, 
					47-601/604, 47-1380/1394, 48-382, 47-1396/1411, 48-376/381).
				Navy serials reassigned from cancelled AM-1 batch.
				Redesignated TV-1 in 1950.
				33824 (former USAAF 47-221) on display at NAS Willow Grove, PA
				33830 (JTU-1) crashlanded at Brookley AFB, AL Feb 13, 1950.
				33840 on display at El Toro MCAS, CA.  Now at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.  After
					military service ended, it went to Smithsonian collection and was assigned N4425N before
					being moved to El Toro. 
				33841 noted Oct 19, 1987 awaiting restoration at Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA
				33844 (VR-32) damaged in takeoff accident at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
					Feb 1, 1951.
				33846 at NAS Moffett Field, California
				33850 (c/n 080-7084) believed to be the aircraft painted as 56467
					and noted on display summer 2004 at Merced AP, Santa Rosa, CA
				33866 on loan from USMC Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA to Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC.
				33868 to NACA at Moffett Field, California as NACA 206
33871/33920		Interstate TD3R-1  
				33881/33920 cancelled
33921/33922		Interstate XTD2R-1
				33921 completed as XTD3R-1
				33922 completed as XTD3R-2
33923/33924		Interstate XTD3R-2 
33925/33951		Lockheed PV-3 Ventura 
				c/n 137-4649/4675
				Last 27 Ventura IIs (AJ513/AJ539) on British contract taken over by US Navy
				33925 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o 28-Jan-44 Lk. City Aux Fld in 
					takeoff accident.
				33926 (VP-93) crashed on takeoff due to icing and crosswind at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada Dec 29, 1942. No injuries
				33940 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o 28-Apr-45.  Hit trees after take-
					off, tail torn off, crashed.  5 killed
				33943 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o 24-Aug-44 NAS Lake City, FL.  Mid-
					air collision with PV-1 33149, 2 killed
				33950 (VB-125) w/o 27-Feb-43 Greenland.  Crashed on 
					take-off.  Stricken off charge due to damage
33952/33957		Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon
				Model G-44 originally ordered for Cuban Navy but cancelled and taken over by US Navy
				33952 c/n 1273.
				33953 c/n 1274.  To civil registry as N1059M, N671DF.  Current as N671DF
				33954 c/n 1277.  To N69331 US Oil of Louisiana Inc, Houston TX 1963/70.  To Falcon Aircraft Conversions, 
					San Antonio TX 1972.  To HP-585 Aeromar SA 1972. To TI-AFU ntu:  To John M. Wells 1979.  To HP-585 
					Banco Nacional de Panama 1985. To N144JW John M. Wells, New Orleans LA Feb 18, 1985.  
					To William C. Latham, Manassas VA Apr 2, 1987/88.  To N54VT William C. Latham, Manassas VA Feb 1988/2013.
				33955 c/n 1278.  Civil registry as LN-HAW.  Destroyed Jun 22, 1950.
				33956 c/n 1281.  To civil registry as N10610.  N10610 cancelled Jun 29, 2011.
				33957 c/n 1282.  To civil registry as N9232H Nov 20, 1946.  Cancelled Aug 7, 1951.
33958/33959		Vought XF5U-1
				33959 cancelled
33960/34059		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				33961 (VP-45) force-landed and sank 160 mi off Fernando de 
					Noronha Island, Brazil 8/27/1944. Crew of 5 rescued.
				33963 missing 12/30/1943 during flight from Baker
					Island to Makin Island, South Pacific.  6 MIA.
				33965 (MAG-13) landed at sea 10/5/1943 to rescue R4D pilot
					100 miles from Tutulia Island.  Prop came off 
					and hit pilot who was killed.  All rescued by 
					DE which sank PBY by gunfire. 
				33966 with Kermit Weeks, Polk City, FL as N3936A
				33967 force landed 10/5/1943 on flight to Canton
					Island, South Pacific.  Sank under tow.
				33968 to N5582V, C-GVTF (not taken up), then N84857.  Under restoration as N84857 at 
					Skagit County Regional APT, WA.  Sold to PBY Memorial Foundation Navy History Center, Seaplane Base,
					Oak Harbor, WA and is on display.
				33973 sank due to damage 7/11/1945 NAS Quonset Pt,
					RI, SOC.
				33976 to N1196N, registered to EAA Air Museum Foundation, Hales
					Corners, WI
				33979 is listed in some databases as flying in New Zealand as ZK-PBY,
					but ZK-PBY is a Canso A, Cn CV-357 ex RCAF 11054, CF-JCV,
					C-FJCV and Z-CAT.
				33980 (FAW-2) suffered mechanical failure during non-
					combat mission 6/30/1944.  SOC.
				33983 hit truck on landing NAS Palymra, South Pacific
					11/28/1945.  One killed.
				33991 to N66464
				33993 (c/n 1547) to USAAF as 43-43847.
				33994 to N66463
				33999 (c/n 1553, VP-43) crashed Oct 4, 1943 near Pysht, Clallan
					County, Washington during bad weather in flight from
					Ault Field, Washington.  8 killed, 2 survived.
				34001 to N68165
				34003 (VP-ML-55) nosed over and sank in landing accident
					5 miles south of Grosse Island NAS, MI 6/17/1948.
					Plane never recovered.
				34004 (VP-AM-2) capsized and sank during landing 
					accident in Lake Washington 5/7/1947
				34008 transferred to US Coast Guard
				34012 to N1947M
				34013 (VPB-63) crashed at sea 10/15/1944, Atlantic Ocean.  7 MIA.
				34014 water loop in landing in Detroit River May 15, 1949.
				34016 to N5583V
				34018 (VP-62) missing on patrol from NAS Adak, AK 1/17/1944.  8 MIA.
				34020 to civil registry as N10022, then CF-HVV, then to French Navy as 20/F-YCHA.  W/o Sep 2, 1965.
				34027 on civil registry as N9505C
				34030 to N5804N
				34032 went missing Aug 6, 1947 while flying Army-Navy football team from Kodiak to Dutch Harbor, Alaska
					with 20 missing.
				34033 (VP-62) force landed due to fuel exhaustion 
					off NAS Attu, Alaska 5/31/1944 and sank under tow.
				34035 (VP-53) missing during ferry from NAS San Diego
					to NAS Kaneohe 11/6/1943.  9 MIA.
				34039 (c/n 1593) to civilian registry as N68956, then CF-JTL,
					then to French Navy as 39/F-YCHB.  Damaged at Papeete Sep 4, 1965 while assisting crew of 34020
					and scrapped.
				34042 (c/n 1596) to civil registry as N5803N, then N5083, then N282X, then HP-425.  Suffered nosewheel
					collapse at Belize Mar 11, 1967.
				34045 (c/n 1599) converted to luxury LANDSEAIRE flying yacht, registered as N69043.  Later to Brazil
					as PP-AXX.  Lost in landing crash near Ubatuba, State of Sao Paulo Jul 5, 1953.  By that time,
					it was registered PT-APK.
				34047 to N4939V
				34053 to N1600M
				34054 (c/n 1608) to N1557M.  Was intended to be T-31/ZP-CBB but crashed in a pre-delivery flight at Long
					Beach MAP, California Mar 3, 1955.  May have been replaced by BuNo 08069/N1562M and the latter plane assumed
					the identity of c/n 1608
				34055 (c/n 1609) to RAAF as A24-69.  Destroyed by fire Dec 17, 1945
					while moored at East Arm of Darwin Harbor
				34056 (c/n 1610) to RAAF as A24-82.  Sold Nov 10, 1947.
				34057 (c/n 1611) to RAAF as A24-71.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith in 1948.
				34058 (c/n 1612) to RAAF as A24-72.  Sold to Grant Trading Co in 1943.
				34059 (c/n 1613) to RAAF as A24-70.  Converted to components Jan 22, 1946.
34060/34094		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
				Mode G-28.  34060/34071 c/n 1189/1200, 34072/34094 c/n B-1/23
				34062 (c/n 1191) to civil registry as N323.  Crashed Jun 4, 1978 at St Thomas, Virgin Islands
				34064 (c/n 1193) to USAAF as 45-49089.
				34066 (c/n 1195) to N68264, CF-OQA, N1045.  Crashed Aug 25, 1978 and sank near Laboucher Bay, Alaska
				34071 (c/n 1200) converted to JRF-6X Jan 5, 1953,  Redesignated JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.  WFU Sep 11, 1956.
					To N9457C Oct 1, 1956, N27Q registered Feb 4, 1957, cancelled Mar 11, 1969 on export to Canada.
					To CF-PVE, later C-FPVE Mar 6, 1964.  Crashed Sep 9, 1974 at Nitinat Canyon, Ount Cooper, Nanaimo, 
					British Columbia.
				34075 was former Coast Guard V-175.  Given c/n B-4.  Crashed into 
					mountain in Alaska in bad weather Nov 19, 1943.
					4 persons on board killed.  Not recovered until 1987
				34077 (c/n B-6) became N749, then N7491, then CF-UVJ, then
					C-FUVJ.  Crashed near Prince Rupert, BC Aug 30, 1979
				34078 (c/n B-7) Assigned to NAF Bermuda Sep 1946.  MAP to French Navy.  Crashed Jan 27, 1961 during takeoff from Tambacounda, Senegal
				34079 (c/n B-8) to US Coast Guard as V224.  Returned to Navy May 1954.
					To civil registry as N2752A, N3H, N9KL
				34082 (c/n B-11) to US Coast Guard as V225.  Returned to Navy
				34085 (c/n B-14) to N2819D, CF-JIF, N64L
				34087 (c/n B-16) to US Coast Guard as V226.
				34089 (c/n B-18) to civil registry as N12681
				34090 (c/n B-19) to US Coast Guard as V227.  Returned to Navy Aug 1953.
					To civil registry as N40R
				34092 (c/n B-21) to USAAF as OA-9 48-128 Oct 1947.  Redesignated ZA-9 Jun 11, 1948.  Returned to US Navy
					Apr 21, 1949.  WFU Jan 25, 1950 at Patuxent River, Virginia
				34093 (c/n B-22) to N742.  Crashed Sep 1, 1954 at Admiralty Island, Alaska
34095/34096		Curtiss XSC-1 Seahawk
				Curtiss Model 97A.  First flight Feb 16, 1944.
34097/34101		Boeing/Stearman N2S-4 
				c/n 75-3446/3450 
				34098 (c/n 75-3447) to civil registry as N65263.
34102/34105		General Motors TBM-1C Avenger
				Grumman G-40 built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation.
34106			Douglas-Long Beach PB-1W Fortress
				B-17F-75-DL 42-3521 USAAF delivered to US Navy
34107/34111		Boeing/Stearman N2S-4
				34107/34109 c/n 752578/753580
				34110 c/n 753601
				34111 c/n 753602  
34112/34113		Fairchild JK-1
				Civil Fairchild 45's impressed into Navy service.
34114			Douglas-Long Beach PB-1W Fortress
				B-17G-85-DL 44-83538 from USAAF delivered to US Navy.  Converted as
				testbed for APS-20 radar Mar 1946, then operated with VX-4 and other units.
				Stored at NAF Litchfield Park in 1954.  SOC Jul 1956, sold to American
				Pressed Steel Corp of Dallas, TX and accidentally assigned both N5235V
				and N7726B, keeping the latter identity, and passed through three owners
				between Jan 14, 1958 and Mar 10, 1961 when it was sold to Empress Andoriente SA
				of Lima, Peru and reregistered OB-SAC-576.  Crashed at Rioja, Peru Mar 30, 1963.
34115/34134		Pratt-Read LNE-1 
				Contract cancelled before production started
34135/34584		Vultee SNV-1 Valiant
				34225 crashed during landing near NAS Saufley Mar 22, 1943
				34506 noted derelict at Marysville, CA in 1972.
34585			Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon
				C/n 1290.  To Brazilian AF as FAB-14, later 2680t.   o commercial market as  PP-HPU (ntu), later PP-GQV.
					Now at Museu Aeroespacial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
					I have another reference to this plane being c/n 1269 ex US Coast
					Guard V221.  Bob Ogden records the Brazilian museum aircraft as being c/n 1290 (BuNo 34585,
					FAB 14, later as 2680, PP-HPU.
34586/34997		Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
				c/n 237-5476/5887
				34590 (VB-141) crashed during takeoff 22-Dec-43 Hato 
					Fld,Curacao,BWI.  6 killed
				34593 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP549.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34597 to RCAF as 2233.  To CF-FAW.  Missing, presumed crashed at se fro Gander, Newfoundland to Ottawa, Ontario
					Apr 18, 1953.
				34598 to RCAF as 2224
				34599 to RCAF as 2230.  To N10484, N4900.  Converted to Super Ventura.  Cancelled Dec 31, 1970
				34600 (c/n 5490) to RCAF as 2223.  To civil registry as N9318H, NX31J, N31J.  Cancelled Sep 27, 2009
				34601 to RCAFZ as 2225
				34602 (c/n 5492) to RCAF as 2226.  to civil registry as N10476, N100P. Converted to Super Ventura Oct 16, 1957.
					To N130P, N130PL, N430PL, N183PL.  WFU Chino, Califorinia by 1978 and still there derelict 1995.
					Cancelled Aug 1, 2012
				34603 to RCAF as 2234
				34604 (c/n 5494) to RCAF as 2231.  to civil registry as To N19483, N101P.  Converted to Super Ventura.
					To N711R.  Convertdd to Howard 350 Feb 8, 1965.  To N815G.  Cancelled May 13, 2013.
				34605 to RCAF as 2227.  To N5390N.  Converted to prototype Super Ventura May 1955.  to civil registry as N46F, N4680.
					Cancelled Mar 24, 1977.
				34607 (c/n 5497) to RCAF as 2228.  To N75382.  Converted to prototye Howard 500 Aug 1959.  To N100M.  Experimental
					C of A as Howard 400 Sep 15, 1959.  To N510N.  Experimental C of A as Howard Pressurized Super Ventura/Howard 400 
					Jan 27, 1960.  To civil registry as N501N, N2ES, N52ES.  Cancelled Sep 29, 2004.
				34608 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP550.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34609 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP551.  Diverted to SAAF as 67404, no RAF service.  W/o Mar 1944
				34610 (c/n 237-5500) to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP552.  Diverted to
					SAAF as 6409, no RAF service.  Converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-111 (NTU), then as N456, N4566, N749G, 
					N696JB, N896JB.  Cancelled May 17, 2013.  N56 appears to be an error (it was BuNo 33370)
				34611 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP553.  Missing Nov 27, 1943
				34612 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP554.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34613 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP555.  Diverted to SAAF, no RAF service
				34614 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP556.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34615 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP557.  Wrecked when undershot landing
					and undercarriage collapsed, Takoradi, Gold Coast Aug 24, 1943
				34616 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP558.  Diverted to SAAF as 6420, no RAF service.
					To civil registry as N517H and converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-117,
					then to N101MC, N101M.  DBR when overran Charleston, West Virginia Jul 10, 1969, and cancelled as w/o.
				34617 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP559.  Diverted to SAAF as 6410, no RAF service
				34618 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP560.  Destroyed by fire after crashing on
					takeoff, Maison Blanch, Algeria Apr 24, 1944
				34619 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP561.  Diverted to SAAF as 6411, no RAF service.  Sold to Howard Aero Inc but not
					registered, presumably used as spares for Howard 500 conversions
				34620 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP562.  Soc Feb 22, 1945
				34622 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP563.  Diverted to SAAF as 6421, no RAF service.  Sold to Howard Aero Inc bu tnot
					registered, presumably used as spares for Howard 500 conversions.
				34632 (VB-2,OTU#2) w/o 27-Sep-45.  Pilot made deliberate 
					half roll during gunnery training, wing failed & 
					dove-in.  7 killed
				34637 (VB-146) crashed on Mt Baker, WA Aug 29, 1943.  All 6 crew killed.  Wreckage not found until
					discovered by hiker in 1997.
				34640 (VB-129) w/o 18-May-44 Casco Fld, Attu,Ak.  Take-
					off accident, fire & explosion
				34641 (VB-139) lost Mar 25, 1944 Kurile Islands in combat mission.  7 crew MIA.  Wreckage and human remains found 
					in 1962 on Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia, but information suppressed by KGB.  US authorities told in 1999.  
					There was a *Nova* TV program about this plane.
				34642 (c/n 237-5532) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4519.  Crashed on approach to Whenuapai on Oct 26, 1944. The aircraft 
					suffered an engine failure and hit a tree after losing height before crashing and catching fire.
				34643 (c/n 237-5533) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4520.  Crashed into sea near Cape Queiros on Jan 17, 1944. The aircraft 
					was seen with an engine on fire, flying at low level in heavy rain and crashed into the sea shortly after.
				34644 (c/n 237-5534) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4521.  SOC Mar 1948
				34645 (c/n 237-5535) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4522.  Crash landed at Talasea, New Britain on 9 Sep 9, 1944 after being 
					hit by enemy fire on a mission over Rabaul and written off.   During 1972-1973 parts were salvaged from the 
					wreck for use in the restoration of NZ4600 [41-38117] by MOTAT.
				34646 (c/n 237-5536) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4523.  SOC Mar 1948
				34647 (c/n 237-5537) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4524.  Crashed into sea while in transit from Norfolk Island to Guadalcanal. 
					The aircraft suffered from a double engine failure about 4 hours after leaving Norfolk and was ditched. [date not quoted]
				34648 (c/n 237-5538) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4525.  SOC Mar 1948
				34649 (c/n 237-5539) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4526.  Crashed on takeoff at Bougainville on Aug 18, 1944 
					during a ferry flight and written off.
				34650 (c/n 237-5540) to New Zealand Aug 10, 1943 as NZ4527  SOC Mar 1948
				34651 to RAAF as A59-55.  Crashed 12/7/1943 Gundaroo, NSW.  5 crew killed.
				34652 to RAAF as A59-54.  Crashed 11/22/1943 at Archerfield, QLD, damaged beyond repair.
				34653 (VB-145) lost 13-Nov-43 off South America.  Crew found OK in rubber raft after 7 days.
				34654 (VB-145) w/o 24-Aug-44 during convoy patrol.  Fuel exhaustion, force-landed on beach on coast of 
					Brazil.
				34655 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP564.  To SAAF as 6423, no RAF service.  To SAAF Technical School as TS302.
					Preserved Whitehills Radio Flyers Club, Pretoria, South Africa.  Believed Scrapped
				34656 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP565. SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34657 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP566.  Destroyed by fire after bellylanding at
					Docking, England Sep 16, 1944 after engine cut on approach.
				34658 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP567.  Diverted to SAAF as 6406, no RAF service
				34659 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP568.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34660 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP569.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				34661 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP570.  Diverted to SAAF as 6414, no RAF service.  to N74022.  Mods for Howard 500
					development.  To civil registry as N20S, N500Y and converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-105,
					then to N500Y, N4362F, later to N500HP
				34662 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP571.  SOC May 14, 1947
				34663 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP572.  Diverted to SAAF as 6407, no RAF service.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				34664 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP573.  Diverted to SAAF as 6408, no RAF service.  Caught fire and crashed into
					sea Jan 15, 1944.
				34665 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP574.  Diverted to SAAF as 6419, no RAF service
				34666 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP575.  Sold for scrap Sep 3, 1947
				34667 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP576.  SOC May 14, 1947
				34668 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP577.  Diverted to SAAF as 6416, no RAF service  
				34669 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP578.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34670 (c/n 5560) to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP579.  Diverted to SAAF as 6417,
					no RAF service.  To N539N.  At some time was converted to Howard 500 executive
					transport c/n 500-113 (NTU) Dec 22, 1961 To N206, N381RD, N500LN.  Stored at Exeter, UK sinnce 1984.
					Was based in 2004 at Airbase, an aircraft museum based at Coventry, England.  Flown to 
					Anoka county, Minnesota Oct/Nov 2012 to TP Aero.  
				34671 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP580.  Wrecked when bellylanded at El Aouina,
					Tunisia Sep 10,1945 after undercarriage jammed.
				34672 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP581.  Diverted to SAAF as 6415, no RAF service.  Crashed on takeoff at St Albans, South
					Africa Mar 8, 1944.
				34673 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP582.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34674 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP583.  SOC May 14, 1947
				34675 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP584.  Diverted to SAAF as 6424, no RAF service
				34676 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP585.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and undercarriage
					collapsed, Hal Far, Malta Oct 17, 1944
				34677 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP586.  Missing from convoy escort mission off
					Cyprus Jan 2, 1944
				34678 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP587.  Diverted to SAAF as 6422, no RAF service
				34679 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP588.  SOC May 14, 1947
				34680 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP589.  Diverted to SAAF as 6425, no RAF service.  Sold to Howard Aero Inc but not
					registered.  Presumably used for spares for Howard 500 conversions.
				34681 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP590.  Diverted to SAAF, no RAF service
				34687 in crash in Iceland Oct 1943.  Major damage but no fatalities.
				34700 to RCAF as 2238.
				34701 (c/n 5591) to RCAF as 2236.  To N5393N, N345, N111M.  Converted to Super Ventura Jan 11, 1957.  To N191N.
					Converted to Howard 350 Apr 23, 1962.  To civil registry as N593EW.  Converted to Howard Super 350 Jun 11, 1973.
					Donated to Georgia Histoical Aviatin Museum Aug 1, 1980.  Traded for a Beech t-34A Dec 21, 1981.  Cancelled Apr 26,
					2013.
				34702 to RCAF as 2239
				34703 to RCAF as 2237
				34704 to RCAF as 2240
				34705 to RCAF as 2243
				34706 to RCAF as 2241
				34707 to RCAF as 2242
				34708 to RCAF as 2248.  To N5065N, N3030.  Converted to Super Ventura Jun 1960.  To N3060, N30606.  Converted to
					Howard Eldorado 700.  To N16777, N25YC, N725YC.  Crashed Philadelphia IAP Sep 11, 1971.
				34709 to RCAF as 2244.  To N1206.  Converted to Super Ventura.  To N5034F. Converted to BACC BA-400.
					to civil registry as N1970H, N197RD, N100LR, N400MC, YV-183CP
				34710 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP591.  Diverted to SAAF as 6428, no RAF service
				34711 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP592.  SOC Jul 29, 1948
				34712 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP593.  Missing from mission to Maritza airfield
					Feb 13, 1944. 
				34714 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP594.  Diverted to SAAF as 6512, no RAF service.  Returned to USA May 13, 1947
				34715 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP595.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34716 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP596.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				34717 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP597.  Lost Mar 10, 1944
				34718 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP598.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
				34719 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP599.  SOC Jan 29, 1948
				34720 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP600.  Diverted to SAAF as 6511, no RAF service.  Returned to USA May 13, 1947
				34721 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP601.
				34722 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP602.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				34723 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP603.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				34724 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP604.  SOC Apr 27, 1944
				34726 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP605.  SOC May 14, 1947
				34727 transferred to US Coast Guard Traverse City Jul 1946
				34732 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945.
				34736 (VB-147) w/o 16-May-44 French Guiana.  Fuel exhaustion, crew bailed out
				34738 (CIC Team Training) w/o 29-Sep-45.  Mid-air off Santa Catalina Isl, Ca, ditched
				34740 (VB-129) w/o 7-Sep-44 USCGAS Elizabeth City, SC.  Engine failure on take off run, swerved off rwy & 
					hit small bldg. SOC
				34743 (c/n 237-5633) to New Zealand Sep 4, 1943 as NZ4528.  SOC Mar 1948
				34744 (c/n 237-5634) to New Zealand Sep 4, 1943 as NZ4529.  Crashed at Pallikulo Field on Apr 11, 1944. The aircraft 
					suffered an engine failure during a mission and was attempting a flapless landing back at base when it 
					over-ran the airstrip. It crashed through a fence and later burst into flames as the crew were 
					attempting to remove the battery leads.
				34745 (VB-137) w/o 30-Dec-43 Tarawa.  Hit by landing aircraft, and stripped for parts.
				34747 (c/n 237-5637) to New Zealand Sep 6, 1943 as NZ4531.  SOC Mar 1948.
				34748 (c/n 237-5638) to New Zealand Sep 6, 1943 as NZ4532.  SOC Mar 1948
				34749 (c/n 237-5639) to New Zealand Sep 24, 1943 as NZ4534.  SOC Mar 1948
				34750 (c/n 237-5640) to New Zealand Sep 24, 1943 as NZ4535.  SOC Mar 1948.
				34751 (c/n 237-5641) to New Zealand Sep 4, 1943 as NZ4530.  Crashed about 150 miles NE of Bougainville on Jun 14, 1944. 
					The aircraft suffered engine failure when returning from a patrol and ditched into the sea.
				34752 (c/n 237-5642) to New Zealand Sep 6, 1943 as NZ4533.  Crashed at Ohakea on 9 Nov 9, 1943.  W/o when the aircraft was
					 landing after a test flight when the wheels locked on the wet grass and it over-ran the runway into a ditch. 
				34753 (c/n 237-5643) to New Zealand Sep 24, 1943 as NZ4536.  W/o when struck by taxying P-40 while parked at Ohakea 
					on Apr 10, 1945.
				34754 to RAAF as A59-56 9/1943.  Crashed into sea off Bremer Island near Gove, N.T. 1/27/1945.
					3 crew killed, 3 survived.
				34755 to RAAF as A59-57 10/1943.  Sold 4/8/1952.  To VH-RGO	
				34756 (FAW-2) w/o 23-Jul-45;NAS #28 Kaneohe on pre-combat test flight.   Engine failure on take-off,
					overshot into rough terrain.  SOC
				34758 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP606.  Diverted to SAAF as 6430, no RAF service.
				34759 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP607.  Diverted to SAAF as 6432, no RAF service.  To SAAF Technical School
					as TS305.  Preserved on display at Dickie Fritz MESCA, Johannesburg, South Africa.
				34760 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP608.  Diverted to SAAF as 6433, no RAF service.  To
					civil registry as N127N.  Converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-109, then to N90N, 
					to N137U
				34761 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP609.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34762 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP610.  SOC May 14, 1947
				34763 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP611.  SOC Jun 14, 1946
				34764 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP612.  Wrecked when flew into ground in 
					Iraqi desert Apr 25, 1946
				34765 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP613.  Diverted to SAAF as 6427, no RAF service. To Kelowna as C-GKFN.  Crashed on
					takeoff at Toronto IAP Jul 9, 1981
				34766 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP614.  Overshot Gibraltar airfield into sea 
					Apr 24, 1945 after undercarriage jammed.
				34767 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP615.  SOC May 31, 1944
				34768 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP616.  Diverted to SAAF as 6435, no RAF service
				34769 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP617.  Diverted to SAAF as 6436, no RAF service
				34770 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP618.  Diverted to SAAF as 6431, no RAF service
				34771 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP619.  Diverted to SAAF as 6429, no RAF service
				34772 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP620.  Diverted to SAAF as 6434, no RAF service
				34775 (VPB-146) destroyed during Japanese air raid Nov 29, 1944
				34782 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944.  (VPF-1) w/o 10-Feb-45 French Patrol Sq, Agadir,French Morocco.
					Ground looped during landing.  SOC
				34783 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944.
				34785 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944
				34787 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944
				34788 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944
				34789 (VB-132) w/o 1-Jul-44 off Port Lyautey, FM.  
					Crashed in water, 5 killed
				34790 (VB-132) w/o 10-Jan-43 Port Lyautey, FM.  Crashed 
					during practice bomb run.  6 killed.
				34792 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944
				34794 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944
				34795 (VB-146) w/o 22-Nov-44; during convoy coverage 
					120mi.SE,of Leyte Gulf.  Fired on by USN FM-2 & 
					TBM,ditched.  Also reported as going to French Aeronavale Nov 1944 and w/o on takeoff at
					Port Lyautey, French Morocco Jan 6, 1945
				34796 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944
				34797 to French Aeronavale Nov 1944
				34798 (VPB-146) ditched at sea
				34799 (VPB-146) crashed during patrol mission Oct 20, 1944.  Crew MIA
				34800 (VPB-146) crashed at Morotai Oct 19, 1944
				34804 (c/n 5694) to RCAF as 2246.  To N10481, N28C.  converted to Super Ventura Apr 1, 1957.  To N20S,
					N208S, N20S, N208S.  Converted to Howard 350.  Cancelled Aug 23, 2012
				34806 to RCAF as 2245.  To N10480, N711Z.  Converted to Super Ventura in 1956.  To N9221R, N446DD.
					Crashed Austin, Texas Aug 3, 1972
				34807 (c/n 5697) to RCAF as 2247.  To N151V.  Cancelled Jun 27, 2012.  Reported stored at Marine Corps
					Aviation Museum, Quantico, Virgina from 1982 until at least 1992.
				34808 to RCAF as 2249.  To N64009, N51A, N2329, N24C, N24CP.  Converted to Super Ventura.  Cancelled Nov 23, 1970.
				34809 to RCAF as 2250
				34810 (c/n 5700) to RCAF as 2255.  To N5392N.  Converted to Super Ventura. To N539.  Converted to
					Howard 350.  To civil registry as N350S, to N555JM, then N855JM
				34811 to RCAF as 2251
				34812 (c/n 5702) to RCAF as 2254.  To N10479, N200P.  Converted to Super Ventura.  To N2006.
					Converted to Howard 350.  To civil registry as N539N.  Cancelled Aug 21, 2012
				34813 to RCAF as 2252
				34814 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP621.  Diverted to SAAF as 6437, no RAF service
				34815 to RCAF as 2252.  To N5394N.  Converted to Super Ventura.  To civil registry as N685, N910V.
					Cancelled May 7, 1990.
				34816 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP622.  Diverted to SAAF as 6438, no RAF service
				34817 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP623.  Diverted to SAAF as 6439, no RAF service
				34818 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP624.  Diverted to SAAF as 6440, no RAF service.  May have been usef for spares
					in Howard 500 production.
				34819 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP625.  SOC Sep 25, 1947
				34820 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP626.  Transferred to SAAF as 6507 Oct 1, 1945. Crashed into sea at Table Bay, 
					South Africa Aug 18, 1953
				34821 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP627.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				34822 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP628.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				34824 (VB-148) missing 3-May-44 from Bougainville.  5 MIA
				34828 (VB-141) missing 13-Nov-43 from Edenburg Fld, 
					Trinidad, BWI on convoy coverage.  6 crew MIA
				34830 (Hedron 5-1) w/o 7-Feb-45 in mid-air with C-54 on 
					take-off from Boca Chica, FL.  4 killed.  C-54 
					landed ok
				34832 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945
				34833 (VB-148) w/o 1-Jun-44 Emirau.  Unknown cause
				34837 (VB-144) w/o 14-Nov-43 70mi.E. of Midway Isl; 
					Ditched during search.  1 killed.
				34847 (c/n 237-5737) to New Zealand Oct 2, 1943 as NZ4537.  SOC Mar 1948
				34849 (VPB-146) ditched at sea Nov 3, 1944
				34850 (c/n 237-5740) to New Zealand Oct 2, 1943 as NZ4538.  Crashed near Palliklo at on Apr 6, 1944. The aircraft was carrying out a 
					practice bombing run when it flicked onto its’ back during a steep turn and dived into the sea.
				34851 (c/n 237-5741) to New Zealand Oct 18, 1943 as NZ4543.  SOC Mar 1948
				34852 (c/n 237-5742) to New Zealand Oct 2, 1943 as NZ4539.  SOC Mar 1948
				34853 (c/n 237-5743) to New Zealand Oct 2, 1943 as NZ4540.  W/o when crash landed at Munda on Mar 11, 1944.
				34854 (c/n 237-5744) to New Zealand Oct 18, 1943 as NZ4544.  Crashed on the lower slopes of Mount Egmont on Oct 3, 1944. 
					The aircraft drifted off track during a navigation exercise and flew into the cloud covered mountain
				34855 (c/n 237-5745) to New Zealand Oct 2, 1943 as NZ4541.  SOC Mar 1948
				34856 (c/n 237-5746) to New Zealand Oct 2, 1943 as NZ4542.  SOC Mar 1948
				34857 (c/n 237-5747) to New Zealand Oct 18, 1943 as NZ4545.  Crashed on take-off on Dec 22, 1943 and written off, probably at 
					Espiritu Santo.
				34858 to RAAF as A59-58 10/1943.  Damaged beyond repair
					in landing accident 1/21/1944.
				34859 to RAAF as A59-60 10/1943.  Sold 8/8/1949.  To VH-RGP
				34860 to RAAF as A59-59 10/1943.  Damaged beyond repair
					in landing accident 1/21/1944.  Same as 34858?
				34862 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP629.  SOC May 14, 1947
				34864 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP630.  SOC Oct 12, 1945
				34865 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP631.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				34866 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP632.  Crashed during ferry flight Nov 24, 1943
				34867 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP633.  Missing during convoy patrol Apr 1, 1944.
					Believed shot down by mistake by RAF Beaufighter
				34868 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP634.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				34869 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP635.  Missing from patrol mission Feb 6, 1944
				34870 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP636.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				34871 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP637.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34872 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP638.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				34873 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP639.  DBR when swung on landing at Hal Far,
					Malta Aug 27, 1944
				34874 (VPB-146) destroyed during Japanese air raid Nov 29, 1944.
				34875 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP640.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed
					during aborted takeoff, Gianaclis, Egypt Aug 3, 1944
				34879 (VPB-146) crashed on landing at Mokerang Sep 24, 1944.  Flight was from Pityilu
					Island to Mokerang airfield in present day PNG.  No casualties.
				34880 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP641.  Diverted to SAAF as 6441, no RAF service.  To
					civil registry as N1424, cancelled Dec 26, 1973 as WFU.  Converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-108,
					restored as N1424.  Then to N14241, N941S, N227W, N500BY.  Impounded in Mexico for drug smuggling 
					and used for a time by the federal police as PF-0214.  N500BY cancelled Aug 10, 2012
				34882 (VPB-146) crashed at Morotai after being shot up by AAF aircraft.
				34883 (VPB-146) crashed at Kaneohe bay Jun 12, 1944
				34884 (VB-145) w/o 10-Jul-44 Pityilu Isl air strip.  
					Crashed on take-off
				34885 (VPB-146) crashed on bombing mission Oct 20, 1944.  All crew KIA.
				34894 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP642.  Diverted to SAAF as 6444, no RAF service.  To civil
					registry as N502N, cancelled Mar 4, 1964 as WFU.  Converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-106, restored
					as N502N.  then to N21W, N621W.  Cancelled as N621W Aug 2, 1976
					and w/o at Santa Lucia, Mexico Sep 14, 1973.  Registration N621W later allocated
					but ntu.
				34896 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP643.  Diverted to SAAF as 6469, no RAF service
				34897 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP644.  Diverted to SAAF as 6450, no RAF service
				34898 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP645.  Destroyed by fire when crashed at Piarco
					during ferry flight Nov 22, 1943
				34899 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP646.  Diverted to SAAF as 6469, no RAF service
				34900 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP647.  Missing during ferry flight to SAAF from
					Trinidad to Belem Nov 7, 1943. 
				34901 to RCAF as 2267
				34902 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP648.  Diverted to SAAF as 6448, no RAF service 
				34903 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP649.  Diverted to SAAF as 6488, no RAF service. To civil
					registry as N74028, N515N, N515, cancelled Apr 7, 1964 as WFU.  Converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-110, 
					restored as N515.  then to N277T, N277X, N217BT (ntu), N71BT (ntu), C-GTIP,  then N5831Y.  To
					Lone Star Flight Museum Jun 11, 1992. To N990PT.  Substantially damaged by Hurrican Katrina Aug 29, 2005.
				34904 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP650.  DBR when swung on takeoff, Takoradi,
					Gold Coast Dec 1, 1943
				34905 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP651.  Wrecked when overshot landing during
					ferry flight, Almaza, Egypt Dec 22, 1943
				34906 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP652.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				34907 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP653.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				34908 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP654.  Transferred to SAAF as 6516 Oct 1, 1945
				34909 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP655.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and
					undercarriage collapsed, Gianaclis, Egypt Nov 16, 1944
				34910 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP656.  Force landed in cotton field after starboard engine failed on 
					takeoff Ngonera, Northern Rhodesia Apr 27, 1946.  SOC Sep 18, 1946
				34912 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP657.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				34913 (VPB-132) w/o 17-Oct-44 Agadir, FM during hard 
					landing.  SOC
				34917 (VB-128) 2-Sep-44 NAS NY.  Landing gear folded, 
					skidded & caught fire.  SOC
				34919 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP658.  Crashed at Haragedik, Turkey
					Mar 3, 1944 after running out of fuel while on patrol and
					abandoned by crew.
				34921 (CIC Team Training) w/o 25-Sep-45 in mid-air off 
					Santa Catalina Isl,Ca.  6 killed
				34924 (VB-125) ditched 8-Aug-44
				34940 to French Aeronavale
				34941 (VB-143) w/o 21-Apr-44 4mi SE, Sao Rogue.  Nav 
					flt,fuel exhaustion.  Crew bailed out.
				34942 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP659.  Destroyed by fire after stalling
					on takeoff and spun into ground, Turnberry May 21, 1944.
				34943 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP660.  Diverted to SAAF as 6508, no RAF service. 
				34944 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP661.  SOC May 14, 1947
				34945 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP662.  Missing from shipping sweep
					between Genoa and Viareggio Aug 6, 1944
				34946 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP663.  Diverted to SAAF as 6445, no RAF service
				34947 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP664.  Diverted to SAAF as 6443, no RAF service
				34948 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP665.  Diverted to SAAF as 6446, no RAF service.  Crasshed 4 mi From
					Bulawayo, Rhodesia and DBF enroute from South Africa to Gibraltar Jun 6, 1944
				34949 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP666.  Diverted to SAAF as 6442, no RAF service
				34950 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP667.  Diverted to SAAF as 6449, no RAF service
				34951 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP668.  Transferred to SAAF as 6506 Oct 1, 1945.  To N74882, N239R, 
					cancelled Aug 2, 1963 as WFU.  converted to Howard 500 with
					c/n 500-116, restored as N239R.  To N11CP, N110P.  Sold in Bolivia as CP-1975.  Derelict in 
					Santa Cruz-El Trompillo in 1992.
				34952 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP669.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				34953 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP670.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34954 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP671.  DBR Apr 6, 1944
				34955 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP672.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				34956 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP673.  DBR Jun 29, 1944
				34957 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP674.  Transferred to SAAF as 6502Oct 1, 1945
				34958 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP675.  SOC Jul 20, 1945.  Abandoned by RAF at Biida, Algeria and taken over by 
					French Aeronavale for repaire and possible use.  Abandoned by Aeronavale by Oct 1947.
				34959 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP676.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34960 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP677.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				34961 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP678.  SOC Jul 27, 1944
				34962 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP679.  SOC Jul 20, 1945
				34963 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP680.  Diverted to SAAF as 6493, no RAF service.  Damaged at
					Gibraltar Sep 18, 1944.
				34964 (c/n 5854) to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP681.  Diverted to SAAF as 6447, no RAF service.  Converted 
					to Howard 500 with c/n 500-112 (NTU), then to N686M, N8020, N256YC, N65PC.  Cancelled 
					Apr 30, 2013
				34965 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP682.  Diverted to SAAF as 6447, no RAF service.  To SAAF Technical
					School, Jan Smuts as TS-303.  To SAAF Museum Nov 4, 1988 and moved to Ysterplaat Nov 1988.
				34966 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP683.  Diverted to SAAF as 6455, no RAF service.  Crashed Tangiers,
					North Africa Jan 31, 1945
				34967 to RAF as Ventura GR.V FP684.  Diverted to SAAF as 6453, no RAF service.  Used as spares
					for Howard 500 production.
				34968 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS889.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				34969 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS890.  Flew into hill while returning from
					patrol Jun 16, 1944
				34970 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS891.  Crashed on takeoff, Hal Far, Malta Aug 21, 1944
				34971 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS892.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				34972 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS893.  
				34973 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS894.  SOC Jun 24, 1945
				34974 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS895.  SOC Sep 26, 1945.  To SAAF as 6515.  Crashed near Pinelands, 
					South Africa Nov 26, 1956
				34975 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS896.  Transferred to SAAF as 6503 Oct 1, 1945
				34976 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS897.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed on
					landing Feb 14, 1944 at St Jean d'Acre, Palestine following engine failure
				34986 converted to sole PV-1 1/2 (PV-1 with PV-2 tail assembly)
				34989 (VB-132) w/o 22-Dec-43 French Guinea.  Force
 					landed, salvaged by 8th.Army
				34990 to RCAF as 2258.  To N64002, N21W, N216Q, N216U, CX-BCY
				34992 to RAAF as A59-61 12/1943.  Converted to transport
					as VH-RGQ.  Stored 10/21/1946.
				34993 (VPB-134) w/o 18-Sep-44.  Crashed & burned after 
					take-off from Pici Fld, Porteleza, Brazil, 10 killed.
				34994 to RAAF as A59-62.  Sold 6/24/1948.
				34995 to RAAF as A59-63 12/1943.  Converted to transport
					as VH-RGR.  SOC 11/10/1948.
				34996 to RCAF as 2260
				34997 to RCAF as 2256.  To N10478.  Converted to Super Ventura. Tol N5033F.  Crashed Tucumcari, New
					Mexico Dec 3, 1972.
34998/35047		North American PBJ-1C Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25C
				Were USAAF 42-64502/64503, 64504/64506, 64802/64621, 64708/64732.
				34998 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				34999 (OTS-8) lost Jun 14, 1943
				35000 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35001 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35002 (OTS-8) crashed into Pamlico Sound, NC in bad weather 8/28/1943.
					5 killed.
				35003 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35004 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35005 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35006 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35007 SOC Jul 8, 1945
				35008 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35009 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35010 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35011 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35012 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35013 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35014 SOC Apr 30, 1945
				35015 SOC Oct 21, 1945
				35016 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35017 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35018 SOC Jul 31, 1945.
				35019 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35020 SOC Jan 31, 1945.
				35021 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35022 SOC Oct 21, 1945
				35023 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35024 SOC Jul 31, 1945
				35025 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35026 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35027 (OTS-8) spun in after takeoff 12/6/1943.  2 killed.
				35028 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35029 SOC Dec 31, 1944
				35030 SOC Oct 31,1 945.
				35031 SOC Apr 30, 1945
				35032 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35033 SOC Jul 31, 1945.
				35034 (VMB-443) landing gear collapsed on rough strip
					at Emirau Jul 3, 1945.
				35035 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35036 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35037 SOC Sep 30, 1945
				35038 SOC Jan 31, 1946
				35039 SOC Feb 28, 1946
				35040 in landing accident ice on runway Washington, DC
					4/4/1944.  Squadron assignment not listed but some members
					of VMB-613 were onboard.
				35041 (VMB-413) forced landing after takeoff MCAS Cherry
					Point, NC 9/28/1943.  Gear got raised before plane was
					fully airborne, plane skidded 300 feet, caught fire and was
					destroyed.  No serious injuries
				35042 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35043 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35044 (MAG-61) lost in ground taxiing accident at Cherry Point,
					NC Jul 24, 1943
				35045 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35046 lost Oct 12, 1943, no details
				35047 (VMB-613) ditched following runaway prop, Key West, FL
					Feb 29, 1944
35048/35096		North American PBJ-1D Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25D.  Were USAAF 41-30730/20754,42-87157/87180.
				35048 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35049 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35050 crashed into Pamlico Sound, NC Aug 21, 1943.
				35051 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35052 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35053 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35054 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35055 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35056 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35057 crashed after takeoff Cherry Point, NC Nov 15, 1943, 5 killed.
				35058 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35059 (VMB-612) suffered engine failure near Warsaw, MO
					Jun 18, 1944.  Crew of 5 bailed out.
				35060 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35061 exploded after takeoff MCAS Cherry Point, NC Nov 1, 1943.  5 killed.
				35062 crashed during test flight at Quantico, VA Nov 1, 1943. 
					3 killed.
				35063 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35064 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35065 SOC Apr 30, 1945
				35066 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35067 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35068 SOC Jan 31, 1946
				35069 SOC Apr 30, 1945
				35070 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35071 SOC Oct 31, 1945
				35072 SOC Apr 30, 1946
				35073 (VMB-413) hit hill on New Georgia Sep 11, 1944.  6 killed.
				35074 SOC Sep 30, 1945
				35075 SOC Jul 31, 1945
				35076 lost Jan 12, 1944, no details
				35077 lost Feb 18, 1944, no details
				35078 SOC Sep 30, 1945
				35079 SOC Jul 31, 1945
				35080 (VMB-443) ditched on way to target Oct 30, 1944,
					Emirau, South Pacific.  Crew rescued
				35081 SOC Sep 30, 1945
				35082 SOC Apr 30, 1945
				35083 (VMB-423) crashed near Tutuba Island Apr 20, 1944. 6 killed.
				35084 SOC Sep 30, 1945
				35085 lost Sep 19, 1944, no details
				35086 lost Sep 17, 1944, no details
				35087 (VMB-423) missing in South Pacific Apr 22, 1944.  7 MIA.  PBJ at National Naval Aviation Museum has markings
					of this plane.
				35088 (VMB-443) spun in from 1500 feet near Kellum, NC
					Feb 8, 1944.  6 killed.
				35089 SOC Nov 30, 1945
				35090 SOC Sep 30, 1945
				35091 lost Dec 3, 1943, no details
				35092 SOC Sep 30, 1945
				35093 SOC Sep 30, 1945
				35094 SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35095 SOC Dec 31, 1945
				35096 flew into ground during low altitude flight near MCAS
					El Centro, CA Jul 10, 1944.  1 killed.
35097			North American PBJ-1G Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25G (42-65031).  Used by Aircraft Experimental and Development Squadron (AEDS) for tests of
					75-mm cannon.
35098/35193		North American PBJ-1D Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25D
				Were USAAF 42-87181/87205, 43-3302/3344, 43-3570/3605, 43-3651, 43-3655, 43-3771/3778.
				35099 missing near San Francisco, CA 4/26/1944.
				35105 collided with 35151 2/27/1945 near Emirau Island.
					All 7 onboard killed.
				35113 (VMB-423) crashed in low-altitude turn MCAS
					Cherry Point, NC 11/1/1943.  4 killed.
				35114 (VMB-433) crashed at sea near Palmyra Island
					8/6/1943.  9 killed.
				35118 (VMB-433) landing gear collapsed during takeoff
					Emirau Island Mar 27, 1945.
				35119 (VMB-423) forced landint at Ft. Wayne, Indiana
					12/6/1943.
				35120 (VMB-433) wheels-up landing at MCAS El Centro, CA
					3/19/1944.
				35121 in midair with 35184 near Bern, NC 2/23/1944.  10 killed.
				35127 (VMB-413) lost in action 4/20/1944 South Pacific.  6 KIA.
				35130 (VMB-423) nosed over in ditch on takeoff at Green Island
					11/11/1944.
				35131 (VMB-413) missing on flight to Canton Island to
					Tutuila 1/22/1944.  6 MIA.
				35132 (VMB-423) in landing accident at Green Island, SP
					Oct 3, 1944.
				35134 (VMB-143) lost on flight to Treasury Islands,
					ran out of fuel and crashed 4/1/1944.  6 killed.
				35141 (VMB-423) hit tree on landing Green Island, SPac
					and crashed inverted Jun 29, 1944.  6 killed.
				35145 (VMB-423) structural failure MCAS Ewa, Oahu, HI
					3/3/1944.  5 killed.
				35147 (VMB-443) swerved off runway on landing at Peliliu 
					6/15/1945.
				35148 (VMB-612) ditched offshore from Iwo Jima Apr 20, 1945.
				35149 (VMB-612) crashed after takeoff 11/29/1944. 6 missing.
				35151 collided with 35105 2/27/1945 near Emirau Island.
					All 6 onboard killed.
				35152 (VMB-611) in ground accident 10/31/1944 SW Pacific.
				35156 (VMB-612) missing 11/27/1944 SW Pacific.  5 missing.
				35161 (VMB-612) shot down 4/16/1945 by friendly fire (F4U-1)
					during attack on enemy airstrip.  Ditched, 2 killed, 3 rescued.
				35164 (VMB-611) lost in action May 30, 1945, Midanao, Philippines. 4 KIA
				35168 (VMA-612) missing 2/11/1945, South Pacific.  7 MIA
				35172 (VMB-611) lost Jun 19,1945 N of Sarangani Bay, Mindanao,
					Philippines.  Crew rescued.
				35175 (VMB-611) hit trees during landing at Emirau 1/17/1945.
				35176 (VMB-612) overshot landing at Iwo Jima 5/3/1945.
				35179(?) (VMB-611) flew into water during gunnery practice
					2/14/1944.  5 killed.
				35180 (VMB-611) landing accident at Samar, Philippines
					9/23/1945.  Records indicate that it was never assigned to
					an overseas unit and ws SOC Oct 31, 1945.
				35181 (VMB-413) undershot landing at Munda, New Georgia
					Sept 29, 1944.
				35182 (VMB-611) in forced lnading at Zamboango Sept 5, 1945.
				35184 in midair collision with 35121 Feb 23, 1944 2
					mi SE of New Bern, NC Feb 23, 1944.  10 killed.
				35187 (VMB-611) in landing accident at Samar, Philippines
					9/5/1945.
				35189 (VMB-612) ditched off Iwo Jima 4/20/1945.
				35190 (VMB-413) swerved off runway on landing at Rasi,
					North Field, South Pacific 3/5/1945.
				35193 (VMB-611) in ground accident at Emirau, SP 4/6/1945.
35194/35195		North American PBJ-1J Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25J.  Were USAAF 43-3985/3986
				35194 (VMB-611) ditched in ocean Jun 19, 1945 1 1/2 miles offshore
					50 mi W of Sarangani Bay, Mindanao, Philippines.  3 KIA, 4 rescued.
35196/35202		North American PBJ-1D Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25D.  Were USAAF 43-3837/3843
				35196 (VMB-612) spun in 10 mi west of Iwo Jima due to
					combat damage 6/2/1945.  4 killed.
				35197 (VMB-611) SOC in SW Pacific Oct 30, 1944.
						or
				35197 (VMB-423) in ground acident SW Pacific 11/11/1944.
				35198 shot up over Chichi, crashed
				35201 (VMB-612) ditched 11/16/1944 South Pacific.  2 MIA.
				35202 (VMB-611) in wheels-up landing in marsh near Parris
					Island, NC May 19, 1944.
35203/35249		North American PBJ-1J Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25J.  Were USAAF
					43-27511/27515, 43-27681/27687,
					43-27904/27910, 43-28174/28180,
					44-28792/28801, 44-29064/20073, 44-20276
				35204 (VMB-611) crashed 8/13/1944 during bombing and
					gunnery practice near Bern, NC.  6 killed.
				35226 (VMB-423) landing at wrong strip and overshot,
					Mindoro 10/16/1945.
				35239 (VMB-612) crashed near end of runway in South
					Pacific Apr 20, 1945.  5 killed.
				35242 (VMB-612) force landed after combat mission in
					South Pacific.  7 killed.
				35243 (VMB-611) MIA May 30, 1945, Mindanao, Philippines.  8 MIA.  Aircraft was
					located in Nov 1956 and crew remains recovered.
35250/35297		North American PBJ-1H Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25H
				Were USAAF 43-4659/4660, 43-4667, 43-4669, 43-4671/4673, 43-4676, 43-4710, 43-4656,
				43-4670, 43-4675, 43-4685/4702, 43-4471, 43-4482,43-4492,43-4542/4544,43-4591/4593,
				43-4682/4684,43-4655,43-4658,43-4664/4666,43-4709.	
				35275 (VMB-613) shot down by flak in raid on Ponape Feb 6, 1945. All aboard KIA.
35298/35300		Curtiss XSC-1 Seahawk
				Curtiss Model 97A 
35301/35797		Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk
				Curtiss Model 97B
				35302 modified as XSC-2 (Model 97C), and later XSC-2A when fitted with arrestor gear
				35624 SOC Mar 1949
35798/35921		Naval Aircraft Factory PBN-1
				contract cancelled
35798/35920		North American PBJ-1J Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25J.  Were USAAF
					44-30509/30531,44-30353/30356,
					44-30693/30697,44-30703/30710,
					44-30716/30718,44-30961/30964,
					44-20972/30975,44-30980/30991,
					44-31089/31104,44-30849/30851,
					44-30856,44-31277/31296,44-31444/31463
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled PBN-1 batch.
				35813 (VMB-614) emergency wheels-up landing Chandler
					Field, CA 7/19/1945.
				35831 (MOTS-813) gear retracted while parked at MCAS
					Cherry Point, NC Nov 7, 1945.
				35848 became NL5126N and converted by North American as prototype
					executive transport.  Crashed during demonstration tour at
					Phoenix, AZ Mar 25, 1950, killing all 7 onboard.  Some top North American
					executives were onboard.  North American abandoned the executive conversion after the accident.
				35851 became N5857V
				35857 became N5865V.  Under restoration by CAF, SoCal Wing, Camarillo, CA
				35862 (MSS-81) crashed on takeoff at MCAS Cherry
					Point, NC 7/7/1945.
				35876 (c/n 108-34379) became N5856E, then N177E, then became N39E.  Reported 
					derelict at Teterboro, NJ by 1970 and stored in derelict condition at 
					Pawling, NY by 1983.  One static airframe was apparently made from this and
					B-25 45-8882.
				35901 ex USAAF 44-31444.
				35906 wheels retracted during takeoff roll NAS Pensacola,
					FL Oct 3, 1947.
35921			Grumman JRF-4
				c/n 1188, ex Grumman G-39 NC1604 impressed by USN in 1942. 	BuNo reassigned from cancelled PBN-1 batch.
					To Japanese Navy as 9012 Oct 18, 1955. WFU in 1960. To N291VW Apr 14, 1964.  Current 2014.
35922/36421		Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless
				c/n 4561/5060 (El Segundo c/ns)
				35922 (c/n 4561) was intended to serve as a prototype for a USAAF version, but the project was abandoned
					and the aircraft was completed as a SBD-5
				35923 (c/n 4562) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5068; brought on charge Apr 27, 1944. Returned to 
					US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				35931 (VC-24) crashed near Buka Airfield, Papua New Guinea during bombing mission Nov 10, 1943.  2 crew KIA.
					Wreckage discovered in 2007.
				35950 converted to SBD-6
				35971 shot down at Rabaul Jan 14, 1944.
				36008 (VC-11) crashed near Soledad, CA 5/3/1945.  2 crew killed.
				36022 and 36023 to Royal Navy as Dauntless JS997 and JS998
				36025 force-landing at NAS Deland, FL 11/13/1944.  Pilot suffered minor injuries.
				36035 (VMSB-331) wheels up landing on Nanomea 11/27/1943.
				36038 (VS-38) hit trees on takeoff from Preston-Glenn
					Airport, Lynchburg, VA 7/15/1944.  Pilot killed.
				36043 (VJ-9) ditched in San Pedro, CA. channel area during target towing 10/10/1944.  Pilot
					injured.
				36067 crashed into woods south of Perdido FL 2/25/1945. Pilot killed.
				36071 flew into ground during let-down 2/9/1945 NAAS Saufley Field, FL.  Pilot killed.
				36081 force landed after takeoff NAAS Saufley Field, FL 4/9/1945.  Pilot OK
				36093 (VMSB-151) in forced-landing from Engebi Island, Eniwetok Atoll 9/12/1944.  Crew OK
				36115 ditched due to fuel exhaustion east of Mayport,
					FL 12/20/1944.  Pilot OK
				36120 (VMSB-474) in midair with 36341 during bombing practice off Santa Catalina Isl, CA 7/01/1944.  Pilot
					bailed out OK.
				36136 (VN19D8) 09/18/45;Mid-air with 28238 during sqd tactics; pilot bailed out
				36148 force landed after takeoff from NATC Pensacola, FL 8/24/1944.  Pilot injured.
				36162 in midair with 54377 near NAS Deland, FL during bomb practice 10/15/1944.  Pilot bailed out.
				36171 force landed near NAAS Whitehouse Field, Fl 6/18/1945.  Crew OK.
				36173 ditched in Lake Michigan Mar 5, 1944 and salvaged in 1987.  Restored
					and dedicated to Ens Jamual J. Underhill and now
					on display on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charlestown, SC.
				36175 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  Now at National 
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL as parts source
				36176 stalled on takeoff from USS Sable, Lake Michigan, and sank Mar 12, 1944.  Pilot OK.  
					Recovered in 1996.  In 1997 was under restoration for Pioneers of Flight Museum, MN.
					I have this plane located at Palm Springs Air Museum, CA. 
				36177 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  Now at National 
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				36203 crashed into shallow water near NAS Deland, FL 7/14/1944.  Pilot killed.
				36215 in midair with 29201 near NAS Deland, FL. 12/18/1944.  Pilot killed
				36221 (VN19D8) Naas Chase Fld, Tx;45.08/07/45;Low altitude spin,
					265deg.15mi.from Naas; pilot killed
				36222 (VMSB-243) in runway collision after landing
					from combat mission 6/8/1945.  Pilot OK.
				36261 (VMSB-941) suffered structural failure during
					dive bomb run 9/04/1944.  Landed OK.
				36267 (VMF-111) missing on instrument flight from
					Kwajalein Atoll 1/17/1945.  2 crew missing.
				36279 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				36291 ditched in Lake Michigan Nov 24, 1944 while doing practice
					landings on USS Wolverine.  Pilot rescued.  Plane was salvaged
					and raised Apr 2009 on behalf of National Musuem of Naval
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				36327 crashed in dive 22 mi from NAAS Chase Field, TX
					4/2/1945.  Pilot killed.
				36341 (VMSB-474) in midair with 36120 during bombing practice off
					Santa Barbara 7/1/1944.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				36370 (ASG-98) crashed at sea near Port Hueneme, CA 
					3/7/1945.  Pilot killed.
				36376 (VS-52) crashed at see off runway at Roi Island,
					Kwajalein.  2 crew killed.
				36377 (SBD-5P, VJ-9) ditched at sea off San Diego due to engine
					problems 7/9/1944.  Crew suffered minor injuries.
				36383 (VS-48) ditched off end of field at NAS Dutch 
					Harbor, AK 5/29/1945.  Crew injured.
				36384 (CASU-32) crashed on non-combat mission 9/13/1944.
				36392 force landed at Simsboro, LA 1/1/1945.  Crew OK
				36397 collided with 36409 near NAS Deland, FL 1/24/1945.
					Pilot killed.
				36400 (VMSB-284) swerved off runway during landing MCAS
					El Toro, CA 8/21/1944.
				36402 ditched at sea off NAS Jacksonville, FL 12/21/1944.
					Pilot OK
				36409 collided with 36937 near NAS Deland, FL 1/24/1945.
					Pilot bailed out OK.
				36410 collided with obstacle on non-combat mission in
					central Pacific 7/18/1944.
				36419 (VMSB-231) hit trees at low altitude during
					instrument practice 12/31/1944 and crashed into
					water off Ine Island, Marshalls.  Both crew killed.
36422/36424		Aeronca XLNR-1
				Were ex USAAF TG-5-AE 42-57457, 42-57461, and 42-57462.
36425/36427		Piper XLNP-1 
				Were ex-USAAF TG-8-PL 43-3065, 43-3070, 43-3075
36428/36430		Taylorcraft XLNT-1
				Were ex USAAF TG-6-TA 43-12496, 43-12497, 43-12498. 
				36429 (ex USAAF 43-12497) w/o Sep 12, 1943 at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland
				36430 to civil registry as N39177.  On display at Western Antique Aeroplane and Automotive Museum, Hood River, Oregon.
36431/36432		Naval Aircraft Factory XLRN-1 
				cancelled contract
36433/36932		Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless
				c/n 5061/5560 (El Segundo c/ns)
				36448 in midair with 36692 during bomb run near Jacksonville Beach, FL 9/12/1944.  Both crew
					killed.
				36453 (VS-48) crashed off Needle Point, Unalaska Bay, Dutch Harbor, AK 3/25/1945.  2 crew killed.
				36456 to Royal Navy as Dauntless JS999
				36458 spun in on landing at NAS Deland, FL 12/13/1944.  Pilot injured.
				36465 hit trees at low altitude while circling a crash site near NAS Deland, FL 7/19/1944.
					Crew suffered major injuries.
				36490 crashed into Lake Washington after takeoff from
					NAS Seattle, WA.  Pilot killed.  Plane recovered.
				36503 hit on ground by plane Guadalcanal 8/10/1944.
				36505 crashed on non-combat mission 10/01/1944.
				36529 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				36549 (VFR-1) landing gear collapsed on landing at
					Spartanburg, SC 4/16/1945.  Crew OK.  SOC.
				36555 in wheels-up landing NAAS Whitehouse Field, FL
					10/12/1944.  Pilot OK.
				36563 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				36575 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				36577 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo, South Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				36596 spun in while landing on USS Wolverine in
					Lake Michigan 12/26/1944.  Pilot OK.
				36600 (VMSB-474) in mid-air with 10937 near San
					Clemente Island, CA during bombing practice
					11/05/1944.  Both crew killed.
				36606 (VPB-53) crashed 5/15/1945 South Pacific.
				36611 (VMSB-243) ditched due to fuel exhaustion Lingayen
					Gulf 4/16/1945.  Crew OK.
				36629 (VS-66) crashed at sea during combat search near
					Nob, South Pacific 8/18/1944.  2 crew MIA
				36647 force-landed after takeoff from NAAS Cabaniss 
					Field, TX 10/04/1944.  Pilot injured.
				36664 (VC-44) overshot on takeoff from Cape Hatien
					Field, Haiti 9/12/1944.  Pilot OK.
				36666 (VMSB-333) high-speed stall on pullout and crashed near Sand Island, Midway 8/1/1944.
					Both crew killed.
				36670 late pullout during bomb run NAAS Cecil Field, FL 7/28/1944.  Both crew killed.
				36692 in midair with 36448 during bomb run near Jacksonville Beach, FL 9/12/1944.  Pilot killed.
				36698 ditched off NAS Barbers Point, HI 8/29/1944.  Crew OK.
				36702 (VMSB-244) force landed Emirau Island 1/17/1945.Pilot OK.
				36716 force landed after takeoff from NAAS Branan Field, FL. 11/14/1944.  Pilot OK.
				36746 in midair with 10943 during bomb practice at Black Creek Target 12/20/1944.  Force landed
					safely.
				36750 (VN9D8) in runway collision with parked SBDs 09723 & 10815 8/22/1945 at NAAS Saufley Field.
					All aircraft SOC.
				36754 low altitude slow roll and crashed near NAAS Chase Field, TX 2/3/1945.  Pilot killed.
				36755 (MAW-3) in forced landing after takeoff from MCAS Ewa, Oahu, HI 7/4/1944.  2 crew injured.
				36768 (VMD-254) crashed at sea off Henderson Field, Guadalcanal 11/20/1944.  Crew MIA.
				36770 (VMBF-932) lost during cross-country flight and force-landed near Texarkana, TX 10/21/1944.
					Crew suffered minor injuries.
				36772 (VMSB-343) force landing Eastern Island, Midway 4/13/1945.  Crew OK.  SOC
				36773 crashed Pacific 4/24/1945.
				36792 engine failed over rough terrain and crew
					bailed out near Prince Frederick, MD 1/28/1945. Crew OK.
				36793 force landed at Valencia Field, Philippines 5/24/1945.  SOC
				36809 (VMSB-931) in midair with 36828 on navigation flight near Sabine Pass, TX 9/12/1944.
					Both crew killed.
				36825 crashed on takeoff from Stickwell Field, Eniwetok 9/26/1944.
				36828 (VMSB-931) in midair with 36809 on navigation flight near Sabine Pass, TX 9/12/1944.
					Both crew killed.
				36829 missing on night navigation flight east of NAS Miami 9/11/1944.  Two crew MIA.
				36834 spun in landing Mission Bay CVD-59 1/24/1945.  Pilot OK.
				36839 (VB-305) in late pullout from dive during bombing practice near Sakau Island NE of Espiritu Santo,
					new Hebrides 7/14/1944.  2 crew killed.
				36842 to New Zealand as NZ5046.  Returned to USMC May 20, 1944.
				36860 wheels up landing near NAAS Whitehouse Field, FL 4/30/1945.  SOC
				36862 (c/n 5490) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5046; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944. Named ‘Ferdinand’ with 25 Squadron. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.  (VS-57) destroyed at Noumea, New Caledonia May 3, 1945.
				36880 (VB-63) crashed near San Jose, CA 11/17/1944.  Both crew killed.
				36891 (c/n 5519) Loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5047; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944. Named ‘Carborundum Nil Barstardium’ 
					with 25 Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				36895 (c/n 5523) Loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5048; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944. Named ‘Salome’ with 25 Squadron. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				36897 (c/n 5525) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5049; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944. Named ‘Winni-Pu-III’ with 25 Squadron. 
					Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				36898 (c/n 5526) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5050; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944. Named ‘Prune’s Progress’ with 25 Squadron. 
					Presumed to have been shot down during a raid on Lakunai on 17 Apr 17, 1944. The aircraft was part of 
					a flight of 11 which were met by heavy flak in the target area.  Both crew killed.
				36906 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 9, 1945
				36908 (c/n 5536) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5051; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944.   (25 Sqdn) shot
					down by AAA and crashed into Greet Harbour at Rabaul, New Britain May 10, 1944.  Both crew killed.
				36910 (c/n 5538) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5052; brought on charge Feb 20, 1944. 25 Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps 
					at Russell May 20, 1944.  (VS-48) missing at sea Sep 27, 1944 south of Amchitka, AK.  2 crew MIA.  
				36911 (c/n 5539) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5053; brought on charge Feb 22, 1944. 25 Squadron. Returned to US Marine Corps 
					at Russell May 20, 1944.
				36914 (c/n 5542) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5054; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944. Named ‘Home’s The Caper’ with 25 Squadron.  
					With 25 Sqdn landed with bombs still attached, the bombs exploded on landing
					and burned out at Piva, Bougainville, Solomons Apr 2, 1944.  Pilot unhurt, gunner injured.
				36916 (c/n 5544) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5059; brought on charge Feb 20, 1944. Named ‘The Joker’ with 25 Squadron. 
					With 25 Sqdn landed with bombs still attached, the bombs exploded on landing and burned out at Piva, 
					Bougainville, Solomons Apr 2, 1944.  Both crew injured.
				36923 (c/n 5551) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5055; brought on charge Feb 1944. Named ‘He’ll Be Back Again’ with 25 Squadron. 
					With 25 Sqdn swerved off runway on landing and hit a petrol bowser at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal 
					Mar 22, 1944.  Pilot OK
				36924 (c/n 5552) Loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5056; brought on charge Feb 20, 1944. Named ‘Paddy’s Mistake’ with 25 Squadron. 
						Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				36925 (c/n 5553) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5057; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944. Named ‘Howa-Baht-That-Hic thing!’ 
					with 25 Squadron.  Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944
				36926 dumped in water off Espiritu Santo in South Pacific Jan 9, 1945.
				36928 (c/n 5556) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5058; brought on charge Feb 24, 1944.   With 25 Sqdn heavily damaged by AAA 
					over Lakunai, New Britain Apr 17, 1944.  Returned to base but SOC.
36933/36934		Douglas XTB2D-1 Skypirate
				c/n 5561/5562
36935/37034		Grumman J2F-6 Duck
				Built by Columbia Aircraft Corporation under license
				36938 W/O May 3, 1945 Noumea, Pacific
      			36943 W/O Mar 8, 1944  Pacific
      			36944 W/O Jul 5, 1944       “
				36945 stricken by the USN at Manaus, Brazil on Dec. 31, 1945
				36946 W/O Dec 12, 1944 Majuro, Pacific
				36947 stricken by the USN at Manaus, Brazil on Dec. 31, 1945
				36948 stricken by the USN at Manaus, Brazil on Dec. 31, 1945
				36949 W/O Jun 12, 1945 Guam
      			36950 W/O Jul 12, 1944 Pacific
      			36954 W/O Jun 15, 1944 Hawaii
      			36955 W/O May 31, 1945 Guam
      			36956 W/O Mar 16, 1945 Guadalcanal
				36960 J2F-6 as HC-SCE, Latin American Airways Inc.   Delivered to Aerovias Nacionales 
					del Ecuador SA (ANDESA) 26th April 1946.  ANDESA had a freight hauling contract
					with Shell of Ecuador.  Reported on insurance as written off
					prior to 3rd October 1949.  Thus the accident must have happened prior to
					ANDESA's demise on 17th October 1947
				36962 W/O Nov  3, 1944 Noumea, Pacific
				36964 to civil registry as N67647.  Sold to Marcelo Gaume, La Paz, Baja California on 
					Apr 29, 1949.  Then as XB-SUS dates from January 1953. It probably initially flew with 
					a XA-xxx registration. Maybe XA-HUQ.
				36969 W/O Oct 10,  1944 South Pacific
				36976 N1196N registered 1963. At the Flying Tigers Museum & Warbird School, Honeygrove, TX 1966-69.  
					To Tallmantz Jan 1970 and flown in Venezuela filming *Murphy’s War*.  Damaged Sep 14, 1970 by 
					corroded tail-wheel and blow-out landing at Amarillo, TX.  To EAA Aviation Foundation, Oshkosh, 
					Wisconsin 1976. Registration expired Jun 30, 2012.
				36986 W/O Nov 1, 1944 Saipan
				36999 stricken by the USN at Manaus, Brazil on Dec. 31, 1945
				37003 W/O Mar 9, 1945 Pacific
      			37005 W/O Apr 25, 1945 Pacific
				37011 stricken by the USN at Manaus, Brazil on Dec. 31, 1945
				37025 to civil registry as HC-SCD, Latin American Airways Inc.  Delivered to Aerovias Nacionales 
					del Ecuador SA (ANDESA) 26th April 1946.  Seized October 1947 by Ecuadorian Government for 
					non-payment of taxes.  Sold to Perú, August 1948.  To OB-LAR-236.  As OB-LAR-236, bought from 
					Ecuadorian government for $800.  Flown to Peru October 01, 1948. Named Amauta II.
					Registered 18th October 1948.  W/o May 01, 1949, Puerto Inca, Rio Pachitea.
					Registration Cx February 01, 1950.
				37033 W/O May 31, 1945 Hawaii
      			37034 W/O Dec 14, 1944 Hawaii
37035/37064		Lockheed PV-2C Harpoon
				c/n 15-1001/1030
				37046 (VB-2,OTU#1) w/o 12-Mar-45 NAS Beaufort,SC.  Exploded during take-off roll, fumes in plane.  
					3 killed
				37057 to Italian AF as MM80072 Jul 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959.
37065/37534		Lockheed PV-2 Harpoon
				c/n 15-1031/1500
				37065 (VPB-129) w/o 26-Mar-45 NAF Shemya during one engine landing, overshot runway.  SOC.
				37070 to Italian AF as MM80069 Jun 1953.  Crashed Sep 9, 1955.
				37073 (VP-811) w/o Apr 10, 1950.  Ditched in Lake Michigan during landing approach to Chicago.
				37075 (VPB-139) missing 23-Apr-45 during sector search.  3 crew MIA
				37077 to N6604D 
				37081 to N6605D
				37082 (c/n 15-1048) delivered to New Zealand as NZ4702 Mar 17, 1945.  Returned to USN May 9, 1945.
				37083 (c/n 15-1049) delivered to New Zealand as NZ4703 Mar 14, 1945.  Returned to USN Apr 29, 1945.
				37084 (c/n 15-1050) delivered to New Zealand as NZ4704 Apr 10, 1945.  Returned to USN Apr 16, 1945
				37085 (c/n 15-1051) delivered to New Zealand as NZ4701 Mar 16, 1945.  Returned to USN May 12, 1945
				37086 (c/n 15-1052) to Brazilian AF as FAB 17, later 5048.
					WFU Jan 24, 1958
				37096 (VPB-142) W/O 2-Apr-45.  Wing failed during gunnery practice off Oahu, Hawaii.  6 missing
				37101 (VPB-153) w/o 5-May-45 during anti-submarine training.  Crashed on night take-off from NAS 
					Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii.  5 killed.
				37107 to civil registry as N7261C converted to firefighter in 1957
				37123 (c/n 15-1089) to Brazilian AF as FAB 15, later 5049.
					WFU Feb 7, 1952
				37124 (c/n 15-1090) to Brazilian AF as FAB 16, later 5050.
					WFU Dec 20, 1957
				37129 to civil registry as N7268C.  Seen at Falcon Field, AZ with
					paint stripped, most control surfaces and flaps off.  Cancelled Jun 18, 2013
				37131 (FAS-876) engine failed during landing approach at NAS Oakland, CA Jun 14, 1953, ditched.
				37137 to civil registry as N7258C. To Intermountain Aviation, Inc (CIA).  Gngine caught fire, crashed
					into buildings on approach to Phoenix Sky Harbor, AZ Feb 3, 1966
				37139 to French Aeronavale Jun 1953.  SOC Nov 19, 1960
				37140 to N6612C, XB-BUS
				37142 to N6616D
				37146 (VPB-136) w/o 10;May-46 Canal Zone.   Overshot landing, SOC
				37147 to Dutch Navy as 19-18.  Sold Aug 1954 for scrap.
				37149 to N6606D
				37153 to MDAP, possibly to Italy
				37154 to civil registry as N5224V, N7671C.  Converted Oakland Airmotive Centaurus for Micronesia Airlines.
					Crashed on takeoff on delivery flight Hayward, California Sep 7, 1965
				37158 to civil registry as N6617D.  Scrapped at Linden, NJ
				37159 to civil registry as N6853C.  To Combat Museum Lafayette, Lousisiana 1998.  Cancelled Aug 20, 2013
				37162 to Italian AF as MM80056 Mar 1953.  SOC Apr 1, 1956
				37163 to N6607D
				37168 possibly to Peru
				37171 to civil registry as N7249C.  Current, stored Jerome City, Idaho
				37173 to Italian AF as MM80060 May 1953.  Crashed Sep 28, 1957
				37174 (VP(ML)2) w/o 14-Jan-47; MCAS Miramar, CA.  Stalled at 200' with engine on fire and crashed.  
					5 killed.
				37175 to N6608D
				37176 to Dutch Navy as 19-15.  
				37181 to Italian AF as MM80057 Mar 1953.  SOC
				37182 (VP-691) w/o 12-Jul-50.  Ditched in Gulf of Mexico off Texas during gunnery training.  1 killed
				37184 to civil registry as N7253C.  Current
				37188
				37190 painted at Burgank as FA Brazil 1156 but not delivered.  To civil registry as N6856C.  Crashed fighting
					fire near Philipsburg, Pennsylvania Apr 20, 1997
				37191 to Italian AF as MM80075 May 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959
				37192 (c/n 15-1158) to Portugal as 4601.  In accident at Luanda, Angola Nov 21, 1962
				37194 (c/n 15-1160) to Portugal as 4611.  In accident at Niassa, Mozambique
				37195 possibly to Peru
				37196 (c/n 15-1162) to Portugal as 4624. W/o in crash in Lisbon Feb 25, 1960.
				37200 to N6688D
				37201 (c/n 15-1167) to Portugal as 4633.  W/o 8/16/1960.
				37202 to civil registry as N7483C.  Current with Kermit Weeks
				37206 (c/n 15-1172) to Portugal as 4627.
				37207 to N6609D
				37208 (VP-ML-6) w/o 24-Jul-49.  Crashed and burned due to engine failure near Hersey, Pa  3 killed
				37209 possibly to Peru
				37210 to N6610D
				37211 (c/n 15-1177) to civilian registry as N7273C, used for
					fire ant control.  Seen at Falcon Field, AZ Mar 2009.  Current with Palm Springs Museum
				37212 to Dutch Navy as 19-1.  
				37213 to Dutch Navy as 19-12.  To Portugal as 4612 in 1955 (?).
				37214 (c/n 15-1180) to Portugal as 4622.  W/o 2/17/1967.
				37215 to Dutch Navy as 19-4 Sep 1951.  
				37216 to civil registry as N7256C, N7256C, N10PV.  Current
				37217 to Dutch Navy as 19-2.  
				37219 to civil registry as N7254C.  Reported derelict at Bainbridge, Georgia. Cancelled Nov 20, 1970.
				37223 to N7481C
				37224 to civil registry as N6611D
				37225 to N7266C. W/o on flight Bethel to Kodiak, Alaska Jun 12, 1967.  Pilot did not have current license
					or instrument rating.
				37226 to civil registry as N7081C.  WFU San Francisco, CA
				37228 to N6601D
				37229 to Dutch Navy as 19-14.  
				37230 (c/n 15-1196) to civil registry as N7459C.  Noted Mar 2006 at National Museum of Naval
					Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				37231 to N6619D
				37233 (c/n 15-1199) to Portugal as 4617.  Crashed in Vila Pery, Mozambitue Feb 5, 1963
				37234 to civil registry as N7458C.  Stored Buffalo, Wyoming.  cancelled May 8, 2013
				37235 to civil registry as N6858C
				37236 to Dutch Navy as 19-13.  
				37237 to civil registry as N6871C
				37238 to Italian AF as MM80073 Jul 1953.  SOC Mar 25, 1959.
				37241 possibly to JMSDF
				37242 to N7484C
				37246 to N7259C, XB-BUT
				37249 (c/n 15-1215) to Portugal as 4634.
				37250 to civil registry as N6857C.  Stored Lafayette, Louisiana 1998.  Cancelled Aug 20, 2013
				37251 to N6602D
				37252 to civil registry as N7429C, to CP-648 Sep 1958.  Crashed Laja, Bolivia Dec 3, 1958.
				37253 to N6851C
				37254 to civil registry as N7248C, N2PV.  Current
				37255 to N6612D
				37256 to N6603D
				37257 to civil registry as N7255C.  At Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, with incorrect number of 32757 painted
					on it underneath the tail.  Rear fuselage was used to repair N6865C (c/n 15-1156) and damaged rear
					fuselage from that aircraft was fitted to N7255C.
				37259 to Dutch Navy as 19-11.  
				37260 to Dutch Navy as 19-10.  
				37262 to civil registry as N7428C  Converted to Howard Cargo Haroppn Jan 1967.  Restored as warbird in US Navy
					colors as "Fat Cat".  To Confederate Air Force Jan 1988.  DBF in forced landing near Houston, Texas
					Sep 167, 1990.
				37263 to N4182A, HK-685
				37265 to civil registry as N3247G, LV-PKC (NTU), N3247G.  Cancelled as destroyed Feb 2, 2004.  Used by John
					Hirth for spares.
				37266 to Italian AF as MM80074 Jul 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959
				37267 to civil registry as N7224C, LV-PJZ, N7224C.  C of R revoked
				37268 (c/n 15-1234) on civil registry as N7432C, N7408C
				37269 to civil registry as N7252C.  Destroyed Angola, Louisiana May 7, 1963 on aerial application work
				37270 to civil registry as N7257C.  At Mesa/Falcon Field, AZ for restoration Dec 2007
				37271 (c/n 15-1237) to Portugal as 4602.  W/o 4/16/1953.
				37272 probably MDAP to Portugal or JMSDF
				37274 to N6621D
				37275 (c/n 15-1241) to Portugal as 4632. 
				37276 to civil registry as N7272C.  Last reported stored at Buffalo, Wyoming
				37278 to N6622D
				37279 to Dutch Navy as 19-5 Sep 1951.  
				37280 to Dutch Navy as 19-9 Sep 1951.  
				37281 to civil registry as N7263C.  Crashed near Winslow, AZ Jun 12, 1974.
					2 killed.
				37282 to Italy as MM80054
				37285 to N6620D
				37286 (c/n 15-1252) to Portugal as 4625.  W/o 5/26/1964 and scrapped Montijo
				37288 to N7431C, XA-NIM
				37304 to N6623D
				37307 to Dutch Navy as 19-8.  To Portugal in 1955 as 4608 (?)
				37311 to French Aeronavale as 37311
				37312 (c/n 15-1278) to Portugal as 4614.
				37316 to French Navy as 37316
				37322 to Dutch Navy as 19-17. 
				37323 (CNART) w/o 25-Jul-48.  Overshot landing & hit
					embankment at Offut AFB, Omaha,Nebraska.  SOC
				37324 to N7435C
				37337 probably to Italy as MM80068
				37339 to N6624D
				37345 to N6625D
				37347 to N7430C
				37353 to N6626D
				37362 to civil registry as N7084C.  Damaged in landing accident at Tampa, Florida Oct 30, 1958
				37363 to Italian AF as MM80061 Mar 1953..  Crashed Nov 6, 1954.
				37365 to Italy as MM80061
				37366 to Portugal as 4608
				37369 to Dutch Navy as 19-3 Apr 1951. 
				37370 to Italian AF as MM80062 May 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959
				37373 to civil registry as N7434C.  Later to CP-649 Sep 1958.  WFU La Paz
				37374 (VPB-199) w/o 2-Aug-45 near Port Angeles,Wa.  
					Night flare attack, hit mountain.  6 killed
				37377 to civil registry as N7485C
				37382 to French Aeronavale as 37382
				37383 to Italian AF as MM80067 Jun 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959
				37386 to N7264C.  Cancelled Oct 24, 2013.
				37387 to Italian AF as MM80068 Jun 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959
				37388 to N6627D
				37391 to N6628D
				37392 to Italian AF as MM80071 Jul 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959
				37394 to Italian AF as MM80070 Jun 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959.
				37396 to civil registry as N7265C.  Current with American Military Heritage Foundation.  Operates in
					in US Navy colors as 37396 "Hot Stuff"
				37406 (c/n 15-1272) to Portugal as 4626.
				37411 to N6629D
				37417 (c/n 15-1383) to Portugal as 4609.  W/o 3/29/1963 and probably broken up at Alverca, Portugal
				37418 to Dutch Navy as 19-7.
				37419 to civil registry as N7486C.  Cancelled Jul 8, 2913.  Last reported preserved at Museo Storico dell' Aeronautica
					Militaire Italiana, Vigna de Valle, Lake Bracciano, Italy
				37420 (VB-2,OTU#1) w/o 7-Aug-45 during radar bombing 
					training off Hunting Isl, SC.  Lost control in 
					storm,crashed.  7 killed.
				37421 to Dutch Navy as 19-16.  To Portugal as 4616 in 1955
				37423 to Italian AF as MM80063 May 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959.
				37437 to N6631D
				37441 (c/n 15-1407) to Portugal as 4603.
				37442 to Portugal as 4610
				37443 to N7482C, N375TM.  Ditched off Hilo, Hawaii Apr 11, 1964
				37444 (c/n 15-1410) currently on FAA registry as N7086C.  To Military Aircraft Restoration Corporation.
					Last reported stored chandler, Arizona.  Cancelled Aug 20, 2013.
				37445 to N7433C
				37446 (c/n 15-1412) to Brazilian AF as FAB 5076
				37447 (c/n 15-1413) to Brazilian AF as FAB 18, later 5051.
					WFU Dec 20, 1957
				37449 to civil registry as N6718C.  Cancelled Nov 5, 1980
				37450 to MDAP, country unknown
				37451 (VP-ML-62) w/o 17-Sep-48;NAS Seattle.  Ditched in 
					Lk. Wash after takeoff.  Later recovered by 
					USN.  SOC.
				37452 to French Aeronavale
				37453 (c/n 15-1419) to Portugal as 4630.
				37454 to civil registry as N7260C.  Crashed during spraying at Melbourne, Florida May 5, 1969
				37456 (c/n 15-1422) to Portugal as 4629.
				37457 to civil registry as N6632D, N6859C.   C of R revoked.
				37458 (c/n 15-1424) to Portugal as 4606.
				37459 (c/n 15-1425) to Portugal as 4619. 
				37461 to N6633D
				37462 to civil registry as N7414C.  Cancelled Oct 31, 2013.  Restoration at Central california Historical Military
					Museum, Eagle Field, Dos Palos, Frebaugh, California
				37466 to civil registry as N6855C  Current with Historic Aircraft Preservation Group
				37471 to Japanese navy (JMSDF) as 4113 Jan 1955
				37472 to civil registry as N5223V, N7670C.  Cuent with Warbird Aircraft Sales LLC.  Under restoration at Heber
					City, Utah
				37473 (c/n 15-1439) to Portugal as 4620.  Crashed at Quitexe, Angola Jaun 8, 1961.  Wreck on display at Alverca.
				37475 (c/n 15-1441) to Portugal as 4621
				37477 to JMSDF
				37478 to N6635D
				37480 to civil registry as N6636D
				37482 to N6637D
				37483 to Italian AF as MM80058 Mar 1953.  Crashed Aug 10, 1956
				37486 to N6638D
				37487 to Portuguese AF
				37488 to Italian AF as MM80064 Apr 1953.  Crashed Jul 31, 1953
				37490 to civil registry as N6852C.  Cancelled Oct 24, 1983.  Stored dismantled Ocotillo Wells, California by Dec 1993
				37491 to JMSDF
				37492 (c/n 15-1458) to civilian registry as N7270C. cancellec Jun 18, 1965.  to Colombia but NTU.  Restored
					as N7270C, to N72707.   Now mounted above Mayday Golf Course, North Myrtle Beach, SC.
				37493 to N6639D
				37494 to N6640D
				37495 to Italian AF as MM80055 Feb 1953.  SOC Dec 31, 1959
				37496 (CNART) w/o 23-Aug-48 in take-off accident, hit
					parked aircraft at NAS Atlanta, Ga.  SNB-2 BuNo 
					39279:CNART;NAS Mimai & SNB-2 51-282:VU-Unit;NAS 
					Jacksonville,Fl;  All aircraft stricken.
				37497 (c/n 15-1463) to Portugal as 4628.
				37498 to civil registry as N6854C, XB-DIW, XA-SIR.  W/o May 9, 1970
				37499 to civil registry as N7080C.  Current with Free Flite LLC
				37500 (c/n 15-1466) to Portugal as 4615.  W/o 9/7/1960. Scrapped Alverca and last reported in a scrap yard
					there Jun 1965
				37502 (c/n 15-1468) To civil registry as N7269C. Hulk in civil colors used as an attraction at 
					mini-golf course in Branson, Missouri. Airframe damaged by tornado in 2012. Parts recovery by PV-2 
					owner in Feb, 2013, remainder scrapped.
				37503 to French Aeronavale as 37503
				37504 to Portuguese AF
				37505 to N6641D
				37506 to N6642D
				37507 (c/n 15-1473) to N6643D, still flying as N86492. Seen at
					Falcon Field, AZ painted in British scheme.
				37508 to Dutch Navy as 19-6 Sep 1951. 
				37509 to N6644D
				37511 to MDAP, country unknown
				37512 to civil registry as N7453C, then N144X.  Converted to Howard Super Harpoon Feb 19, 1959.
					To N1448, N144CR (NTU), N1448.  Cancelled Aug 17, 2004.  At Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
				37513 to Italian AF as MM80065 Apr 1953.  Crashed Nov 6, 1954
				37514 to Japanese Navy (JMSDF)
				37515 (c/n 15-1481) to Portugal as 4623.
				37516 to Japanese Navy (JMSDF) as 4107, later 4577
				37517 to N6645D
				37518 to N6614D
				37519 to Japanese Navy (JMSDF)
				37520 to Italian AF as MM80066
				37521 to N6646D
				37522 to N6647D.  Damaged by hurricane at Belize AP ca 1964.  Stored derelict ast least until Jul 1976
				37523 to civil registry as N6634D.  DBF on ground in Texas, date unknown.  Cancelled Sep 26, 2013
				37524 to civil registry as N7262C.  To NL20PV.   Current
				37525 to civil registry as N6615D
				37526 to N6648D
				37527 (c/n 15-1493) to Portugal as 4631.  W/o 5/26/1964.  Waiting scrapping Alverca Jul 1965
				37528 ditched Sep 4, 1947 1000 yards north of the end of the 
					runway at Sand Point, WA shortly after takeoff.  Aircraft sank in 140 feet of
					water in Lake Washington.  It is still down there.
				37529 to N6613D
				37530 to civil registry as N6649D, N86491
				37531 to N7967A, LV-PJY
				37532 (CNART) w/o 21-Jun-48 Tyndall AAF.  Retracted gear 
					to avoid overshooting runway.  SOC
				37533 to N6630D
				37534 to N6650D
37535/37550		Lockheed PV-2D Harpoon
				c/n 15-1501/1516
				37535 to civil registry as N7079C, N83L, N11559 (ntu), NL83L.  Preserved at Tillamook Air Museum as 
					"Rose's Raiders"
				37536 to civil registry as N7436C.  Converted first Oakland Airmotive Centaurus Apr 1958.  W/o in forced landing
					near Palm Springs, California on ferry flight Sep 23, 1967
				37537 to civil registry as N6651D with Central Air Services, Wenatchee, WA
					and used as fire bomber with tail number 40.  Leased to Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida
					May 24, 1984.  Stored at Corpus Christi, Texas by Jun 1994.  On display at CAF Airpower Museum,
					Midland, Texas.
				37538 to MDAp, possibly Japan
				37540 to Japanese Navy (JMSDF) as 4104, later 4574.  WFU and derelict at Shimousa NAS, Tokyo by 1969.
				37541 to N6652D
				37542 to Portugal as 4618
				37543 to Portugal as 4605.
				37544 (VB-2, ATU#11) w/o 16-May-46.  Aborted take-off, 
					overshot.  SOC
				37545 to N6653D
				37547 (c/n 15-1513) to Portugal as 4607.
				37548 to Japanese navy (JMSDF) as 4103, later 4573.
				37549 (c/n 15-1515) on civil registry as N7968A, LV-PKA (NTU), N7968A.  C of R revoked
				37550 to civil registry as N7251C.  Registered to United States Airpower Museum, Fresno, California Jun 2, 2007.
					Cancelled May 7, 2013.  Stored Chandler, Arizona 2010.
37551/37623		Lockheed PV-2D Harpoon 
				c/n 15-1517/1589.
				contract cancelled
37624/37634		Lockheed PV-2D Harpoon
				c/n 15-1590/1600.
				37624 to Japanese Navy (JMSDF) as 4102, later 4572.
				37625 to Italian AF as MM80060 Apr 1953.  Crashed Jul 19, 1954.
				37626 to Japanese Navy (JMSDF)
				37627 to N6654D
				37628 to N7457C.  Crashed near Port Yukon, Alaska Aug 9, 1958
				37629 to N7456C.  To Laow Jan 27, 1961.  Crashed Phou Fa, Laos Oct 1961.
				37631 converted to PV-2T and to civil registry as N7455C
				37632 (c/n 15-1598) on civil registry as N7969A, LV-PKB(NTU), N7969A.  C of R revoked.
				37633 (c/n 15-1599) to civil registry as N7454C. Seen at Falcon
					Field, AZ Mar 2009 with restoration underway.
				37634 reported Mar 2005 with Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX as N6655D
37635/37636		Interstate XTDR-1 
				Delivered with BuNo serials 27857/27858
37637/37638		Stinson AT-19 
				contract cancelled.  These serials were to be allocated to
				Lend-Lease Reliants returned by Britain near the end of the
				War or shortly thereafter.
37639/37648		Waco LRW-1 
				Ex-USAAF CG-4As 42-61938, 61939, 61943, 61945, 61946, 61947,
					61950, 61951, 61952, 61953.
37649			Waco YKS-7 impressed from civilian user 
36650/37659		Cancelled contract
37660/37710		Douglas R4D-1 
				Diverted to Navy from USAAF contracts.
				37660 (c/n 6036) ex USAAF C-47 41-38653.  Operated by Pan American Airways, later with
					VR-3 and declared surplus Dec 31, 1949
				37661 (c/n 6152) ex USAAF C-47 41-38693.  Operated by VR-3, VRS-1 (Aug 1945) and VRF-1,
					Soc Aug 31, 1946. To civil registry as C-410 (Vias Aereas Colombianos), 
					C-510 (SAM Jul 1948), HK-510 (Rr 1949 - Lund Aviation Apr 23, 1957).  Sold to French 
					AF as ‘38693’ Sep 03, 1957.  Operated by GLA48 Apr 1958 and GAMOM50 Dec 1959,
					then trf to Madagascar AF Jun 01, 1961 as 5R-MMA ‘693’.  Returned to French AF (F-SDMN) 
					Oct 1969 (Probably for scrap)
				37662 (c/n 6153) ex USAAF C-47 41-38694.  Operated by MAW-1, MAG-13 (Mar 02, 1943),
					MNFG-53 (Aug 1944), MAW-9 (Nov 1944), MASG-48 Mar 1945, noted Jacksonville Jun 1945, 
					then with Servon 46 Aug 1945 and MAG-33 Mar 1946.  Soc Nov 30, 1946.  To civil registry as 
					NC67809 for sale to Bolivian AF.  No further report
				37663 (c/n 6253) ex USAAF C-47 42-5665.  MAW San Diego Jan 26, 1943 - Quonset Point Jan 1944 - 
					MOTG-81 May 1945 - Faetulant Nov 1945 - Jacksonville Apr 1946. SOC Oct 31, 1946. 
					To civil registry as NC841 (War Air Assets), NC88809 (Ferry), C-316 (LANSA Mar 17, 1948), 
					HK-316 (Rr 1949 - Avianca Sep 1951), N88829 (Hemisphere Air Service Inc, Talahassee, FL. 
					Nov 18, 1967 - Paramount Air Service, Hayward, CA. 1976 - McCollum Aviation Inc,
					Danville, IL. Jan 06, 1976). Current on USCAR Mar 2003.
				37664 (c/n 6254) ex USAAF C-47 42-5666.  To MAW San Diego jan 25, 1943 - OTU VPB-2-3 aug
					1943 - Banana River oct 1943 - Jacksonville jan 1944 - Shawnee mar 1945 - 
					Clinton Apr 1945 - Corpus Christi Jul 1945.  SOC Feb 28, 1947.  To civil registry as 
					C-1002 (Agencia Interamericana de Aviada). W/o nr Villa
					Pinson, Cundinamarca, Colombia Mar 15, 1948. (See c/n 5664) 
				37665 (c/n 6255) ex USAAF C-47 42-5667.  To Servon 15, Jan 15, 1945 - VMR-153 Feb 03, 1945 -
					MAW-25 Feb 23, 1945 - MAG-15 Jul 1945.  SOC Jan 31, 1946.  To civil registry as 
					NC88798 (Tobin Map Co, San Antonia, TX. 1953), N85TM (Rr 1966), 
					N95KT (Various owners/operators).  Cancelled May 1983.
				37666 (c/n 6256) ex USAAF C-47 42-5668.  To MAW San Diego Jan 25, 1943.  Crashed May 31, 1943
				37667 (c/n 6257) ex USAAF C-47 42-5669.  To MAW San Diego Jan 25, 1943 - Com Air 7th Fleet 
					Aug 1944 - Com Air Center Manus 18jan45 - FAW-8 Aug 1945 - San Diego Nov 1945 - 
					MAG-35 Dec 1945 - MarAirWC, San Diego Jan 1946 - MAG-32 Jul 29, 1946 - VMR-152 Oct 14, 1946. 
					SOC Jan 31, 1947. To civil registry as NC74663 (Sourdough Air Transport - Kearns 
					Inc (Super Coach), LA, CA. 1953 - Lsd to Currey Air Transport). Crashed Burbank, CA. sep 08,
					1955. Sold to Warner Bros Pictures, probably as wreck for film.
				37668 (c/n 6258) ex USAAF C-47 42-5670.  To VR-1 Jan 27, 1943 - VR-3 Jul 02, 1943 - Willow
					Grove Jan 1944 - Featulant Jul 1946.  SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civil registry as 
					NC88773 (Pan American Airways), AP-ABD (Orient Airways Mar 31, 1948 - PIA
					‘City of Quetta’ Apr 01, 1955. Wfu 1964, canc 1967.a
				37663/37668 (c/n 6253/6258) ex USAAF C-47 42-5665/5670
					37668 (c/n 6258) ex USAAF 42-5670 to Orient Airways of India as AP-ABD "City of Quetta", when
					Pakistan became independent of India, airline moved base to Pakistan.
					Merged with Pakistan International Airlines Apr 1, 1955.  WFU in 1964.
				37669 (c/n 9039) ex USAAF C-47 42-32813.  To US Navy Mar 05, 1943 -
					HDN-2 Dec 1944 - Willow Grove Jan 11, 1945 - HDN-2 Apr 07, 1945 - 
					Norfolk Apr 23, 1945 - CASU-24 May 1945 - Faetulant Jul 1945 - 
					Nactulant Nov 1945 - Quonset Point Dec 10, 1945 - Nactulant Mar 1946 - 
					HDN FAW-5 Apr 1946 - FASRON-102 Aug 1946. SOC sep 30, 1946. NLR
				37670 (c/n 9040) ex USAAF C-47 42-32814  Feb 06, 1943 - VR-3 Feb 09, 1943 - 
					FAW-5 Dec 1944 - CASU-24 Jan 1945 - FAW-5 Apr 1945 - Norfolk May 07, 1945 - 
					Jacksonville Jul 1946 - SOC Nov 30, 1946.  To civil registry as N819 (Grand
					Central Airport), N4865V, N66699, N84K, N84KB (Various owners/operators), current 
					with Theodore W Hunt, Waldport, OR. since Jan 04, 1999. 
				37671 (c/n 9041) ex USAAF C-47 42-32815 Feb 05, 1943 - ComAir 7th Flt Aug 1944 -
					Comfair WC May 22, 1945 - Jacksonville Jun 1945 - HDN MR Air West Nov 1945 -
					HDN MAG-35 Dec 1945 - North Isle Mar 1946 - VRS-1 Apr 01, 1946 - FAW-14. 
					SOC Sep 30, 1946. To civil registry as C-708, HK-708, N9363C,
					CF-FST (Various owners/operators), C-FFST (St Felicien Air Service, St
					Felicien, PQ. Nov 23, 1971). Noted with Survair 1978.  Airworthiness expired Feb 23, 1976 
					when aircraft in Ottawa in St Felicien Air Service colours.  Sold to
					Bradley Air Services, Carp, ONT., noted engineless May 22, 1979 and derelict Sep 1982.
				37672 (c/n 9042) ex USAAF C-47 42-32816 Feb 8, 1943 - MAG-25 Aug 1944 - Alameda
					Sep 01, 1944 - Jacksonville Apr 27, 1945 - Servon-48 Aug 1945 - Jacksonville Jan 1946 - 
					HDN MAR Air WC Jun 01, 1946 - HDN-14 Jun 20, 1946 - COM FAIR WC San Diego Jul 1946 - 
					FAW-14 Sep 1946. SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civil registry as NC17697, N73G, 
					N7301 (Brown & Root Inc, Houston, TX. only).  No report after 1972. 
				37673 (c/n 9073) ex USAAF C-47 42-32847.  To US Navy Feb 13, 1943  - San Diego - Alameda Aug 1944 -
					Jacksonville Jan 1945 - Shawnee Feb 1945 - Jacksonville Mar 1945 - Willow Grove Apr 30, 1945 - 
					OTU VJB-1 Oct 1945 - Jacksonville Dec 1945 - Miami Apr 1946 - Jacksonville Nov 1946. 
					Soc Jan 31, 1947.  To civil registry as C-315 (LANSA). Rr HK-315 and crashed Corozal, 
					Colombia Mar 21, 1951.
				37674 (c/n 9074) ex USAAF C-47 42-32848.  To US Navy Feb 15, 1943 - Norfolk - Alameda 
					Aug 1944 - Com Fair WC Mar 1945 - CASU-7 Aug 1946 - FASRON-112 Jan 1947 - VRU-3 Apr 1947 - 
					FASRON-8 May 1947. SOC Jun 30, 1947.  To civil registry as NC79987, N230F (Varioux
					owners/operators)
				37675 (c/n 9075) ex USAAF C-47 42-32849.  To US Navy Feb 13, 1943  - Norfolk - VR-1
					Feb 15, 1943 - VR-7 Aug 1944 - VR-3 Apr 1945 - VR-7 Jun 1945 - VR-3 Aug 1945 - 
					Jacksonville Mar 1946.  SOC Sep 30, 1946.  To civil registry as NC74647, N40G, 
					N70F (Various owners/operators)
				37676 (c/n 9076) ex USAAF C-47 42-32850.  To US Navy Feb 15, 1943  - Norfolk - VR-7 Aug 1944 - 
					VR-3 Apr 1945 - VR-7 Jun 1945 - VRS-1 Aug 1945 - Jacksonville Feb 1946.  SOC Jun 30, 1946.
					Surplus, NLR 
				37677 (c/n 9122) ex USAAF C-47 42-32896.  To US Navy Feb 25, 1943.  VR-2 Mar 01, 1943 - 
					VR-4 May 20, 1943 - VR-3 Sep 20, 1943 - NATS Nov 01, 1943 - VR-3 Aug 1944.  
					SOC Nov 30, 1944, NLR. 
				37678 (c/n 9123) ex USAAF C-47 42-32897.  To US Navy Feb 5, 1943 - Kansas City - VR-3 Aug 1944 -
					Jacksonville jun 1945 - VRS-1, New York Sep 1945 - Quantico mar 1946. 
					SOC Mar 31, 1946, scrapped.
				37679 (c/n 9124) ex USAAF C-47 42-32898.  To US Navy Feb 26, 1943. - VR-3 Aug 1944 - Corpus
					Christi Aug 1944 - Jacksonville Jul 1945 - Corpus Christi Sep 28, 1945 - VR-3 Oct 1945 - 
					Jacksonville Jan 1946.  SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To civil registry as NC837, NC65931, HK-711X, 
					HK-711 (Various owners/operators), N4049A (Lund Aviation Oct 10, 1957). To French AF 
					Apr 29, 1958 as ‘32898’ and operated by GLA49 until sold as TL-KAA to Central African AF 
					Jul 1961. Crashed between Douala and Yaoundé, Cameroun Jan 20, 1966.
				37680 (c/n 9125) ex USAAF C-47 42-32899.  To US Navy Feb 25, 1943  - Kansas City - VR-3 Aug 1944 - 
					VRF-4 dec 1944 - VRF-1 Oct 1945 - MCAS Mojave Jan 1946 - Point Mugu Nov 1946. 
					SOC Aug 31, 1947 (Surplus). NLR
				37681/37710 cancelled
37711/37770		Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon
				Model G-44.  C/n 1341/1400
				37711 c/n 1341 to civil registry as N750, then N750M.  N750M cancelled Jul 8, 2013. At the Musee 
					Historique de l'Hydraviation, Biscarosse, France as a spares source for c/n 1218
				37712 c/n 1342 interned by Uruguay Government as SG-1 1942. (to Aviacion Naval Uruguay as A-751) 1944/60. 
					To W. Martinez Cobas: ex ANU 60s. CX-BDG W. Martinez Cobas/ Aero Punta: reg. res. Apr 5, 1979. 
					To E. Frois/Aero Punta, Montevido (Air Punta titles painted on but no CofA) 
					To John T. Hewitt, El Segundo CA Sep 13, 1983. sold to USA, struck-off Uruguay reg. Jan 7, 1985. 
					To N1944W John T. Hewitt, Huntington Beach CA 11.1.85/12. (stored/rest. Paysandu, Uruguay, finally 
					painted as N1944W in 2000, no reports since)
				37713 c/n 1343 to civil registry as N58828, CF0HAFD, N137B, N77BD
				37714 c/n 1344 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP457, later Widgeon I.
					Suffered engine fire, ditched and sank in Long Island Sound
					during flight from Floyd Bennett Field, NY to Brunswick Feb 17, 1945.
					All four occupants killed.
				37715 c/n 1345 to civil registry as N1173V.  Crashed and destroyed after water takeoff, Lakehead, Fort
					William, British Columbia Oct 14, 1966
				37716 c/n 1346 to civil registry as N67586, CF-EHI, N3767Z.  Crashed Jul 2, 1983.  Current as N480AK
				37717 c/n 1347 to civil registry as N67805.
				37718 c/n 1348
				37719 c/n 1349 to civil registry as N62095
				37720 c/n 1350 to civil registry as N702
				37721 c/n 1351 to civil registry as N68102
				37722 c/n 1352 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP458, later Widgeon I.  
					To civil registry as N94527
				37723 c/n 1353 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP459, later Widgeon I.  
					Returned to US Navy Dec 1945.  To civil registry as N9207H.  Crashed when struck trees during
					forced landing on lande due to dual engine failure, Freetown, Massachusetts Jul 25, 1967
				37724 c/n 1354 to civil registry as N66550, N144TA, AP-AOQ, crashed Jan 24, 1967.
				37725 c/n 1355 to civil registry as N1188V
				37726 c/n 1356 to civil registry as N91702, ZK-CHG.  Stored in dismantled condition
					in New Zealand.
				37727 c/n 1357 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP460, later Widgeon I.  
					Returned to US Navy Oct 1945.  To civil registry as N60080
				37728 c/n 1358 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP461, later Widgeon I.  
					Transferred back to US Navy soon after delivery to Royal
					Navy in exchange for BuNo 32978, which became FP474. 
					To civil registry as N4614N, CF-IIR
				37729 c/n 1359 to civil registry as N68395, N95J
				37730 c/n 1360 to civil registry as N744, N5531A, PT-DGY, N14781.  
				37731 c/n 1361 to civil registry as N75222, N111W.  Badly damaged when struck water while on cruse,
					Lutcher, Louisiana Dec 27, 1968
				37732 c/n 1362 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP462, later Widgeon I.  
					Returned to US Navy Oct 1945.  To civil registry as N9236H,
					ZK-BAY.  Crashed Dec 24, 1970, Auckland, NZ.
				37733 c/n 1363 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP463, later Widgeon I.  
					To civil registry as N60824.
				37734 c/n 1364 to civil registry as N4617N, N9DA, N4617N
				37735 c/n 1365 to civil registry as N9218H
				37736 c/n 1366 
				37737 c/n 1367 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP464, later Widgeon I.  
					To civil registry as SE-APO, OH-GWA.  Crashed Jun 1968, Malhi, Finland.
				37738 c/n 1368 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP465, later Widgeon I.  
					To civil registry as N40011.  Badly damaged in forced landing in construction area after takeoff
					at Chibougamau, Quebec Jun 30, 1970
				37739 c/n 1369 to civil registry as N9929H.  Crashed and destroyed when ran off end of runway while landing
					and ran down embankment at Seldovia, Alaska Jul 23, 1963
				37740 c/n 1370 to civil registry as NC1004, N70U, N70DF, C-GVGQ, N70DF, N68PA, N68BA.
				37741 c/n 1371 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP466, later Widgeon I.  
					To civil registry as N60886, N47CE, N47C, current
				37742 c/n 1372 To civil registry as N65992, N92L
				37743 c/n 1373 to civil registry as N701, N701J
				37744 c/n 1374 to civil registry as N52833
				37745 c/n 1375 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP467, later Widgeon I.  
					Returned to US Navy Oct 1945.To civil registry as N74630, N1035L, N101KB, N139F
				37746 c/n 1376 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP468, later Widgeon I.
					Returned to US Navy Dec 1945.
				37747 c/n 1377 to Royal Navy as Gosling I FP469.  To civil registry as N9233H, N133H, N700BL.  Crashed into a
					house after takeoof, Boise, Idaho May 16, 2002.  
				37748 c/n 1378 to civil registry as N60379, N199VC, N141R
				37749 c/n 1379
				37750 c/n 1380 to civil registry as N64435, N111W, N75222, N45CA, N45PV, current
				37751 c/n 1381 to civil registry as N65956, 5N-AFS, N7256, C0GTTL, N7256, C-GTTL (wfu)
					Seen at Ankorage, AK as N7256 Jul 2004.
				37752 c/n 1382 to civil registry as N60081
				37753 c/n 1383 to civil registry as N67460, N1173V.  Crashed on takeoff sfrom strip at Delevan, Wisconsin
					Oct 1, 1987
				37754 c/n 1384 to civil registry as N9270H
				37755 c/n 1385 to civil registry as N65914.  Struck terrain during water landing near Bellingham, Washington
					Apr 2, 2004.
				37756 c/n 1386 to civil registry as N52945, N101PE
				37757 c/n 1387 to civil registry as N63350
				37758 c/n 1388 to civil registry as N9600H, N404Q
				37759 c/n 1389 to civil registry as N9208H, N68T, N63T, CF-JFV, C-FJFV, N44PB, N135MR, N135MG
				37760 c/n 1390 to civil registry as N67271
				37761 c/n 1391 to civil registry as N67193, F-OAGX, ZK-BGQ crashed Jan 21, 1980.
				37762 c/n 1392 to civil registry as N52409
				37763 c/n 1393 to civil registry as N62096
				37764 c/n 1394 to civil registry as N91080, N78RJ, N744G
				37765 c/n 1395
				37766 c/n 1396 to civil registry as N58514.  Crashed Las Flores Canyon, Malibu, California Feb 13, 1950.
				37767 c/n 1397 to civil registry as N56198.  Crashed into mountain at 3800 feet near Kodiak, Alaska Apr 1, 1961.
				37768 c/n 1398 to civil registry as N9870H, N33Q
				37769 c/n 1399 to civil registry as N67242, registration cancelled Jun 29, 1956
				37770 c/n 1400
37771/37831		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
				Model G-38.  C/n B-24/B-84				
				37771 (c/n B-24) converted to JRF-6X Feb 7, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 1952.  WFU Jul 2, 1956.
					To civil registry as N721 in 1956, to N7211, to C-GPIA Oct 1984.  To N7211 again Feb 5, 1988.  Current 2014.
				37772 (c/n B-25) to US Coast Guard as V228.  Returned to US Navy Jun 1954
				37773 (c/n B-26) to US Coast Guard as V229.  Returned to US Navy May 1954.
				37774 (c/n B-27)
				37775 (c/n B-28) to civil registry as N725, N725S, N7251.  Crashed Oct 11, 1994 at Seltat Creek, British Columbia.
					Parts used to rebuild c/n 1157
				37776 (c/n B-29) MAP delivery to Argentine Navy as 0294.  MAP delivery to Paraguayan Navy as 0127.  To N3283.
				37777 (c/n B-30) to N1019N
				37778 (c/n B-31)
				37779 (c/n B-32) to civil registry as N4945V, CF-IEC, N2844D, CF-MSK.  Damaged Mar 10, 1966 at Reef Island, 
					Alaska.  Sank in Portland Channel.  To N9750Z.  Damaged Jul 20, 1980 during water landing in fog at 
					Juneau, Alaska
				37780 (c/n B-33) w/o Mar 4, 1944 Cuba
				37781 (c/n B-34) to Royal Navy as FP470.  To civil registry as HC-SBT with Shell Co of Ecuador April 1947, 
					then YV-P-AEP Cia Shell de Venezolana S.A. Jan 1949.  To HC-SBY with Shell Co of Ecuator Oct 1949., 
					then N701A with Grumman in 1954, then CF-IOA, then N5542A.  Expired Dec 31, 2013
				37782 (c/n B-35) to US Coast Gurd as 7782.
				37783 (c/n B-36)
				37784 (c/n B-37) MAP to French Navy as 784
				37785 (c/n B-38) w/o Nov 2, 1944, Morocco
				37786 (c/n B-39) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 382, delivered Mar 3, 1944.  SOC Oct 4, 1946.  To CF-ESZ.  To US
					civil registry as N60093, cancelled Sep 12, 1957 on export to Guatemala
				37787 (c/n B-40) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 383, celivered Mar 6, 1944.  Crashed at Rockcliffe, Ontario Aug 27, 1951
				37788 (c/n B-41) To N1543V, to PK-DBP (ntu).  Derelict at Long Beach, California by Aug 1967
				37789 (c/n B-42) to Royal Navy as ????
				37790 (c/n B-43)
				37791 (c/n B-44) MAP to French Navy. To N75333.  To ZK-MCC (ntu).  Crashed Oct 9, 1974 after takeoff
					from Wichita, Kansas on delivery to New Zealand.
				37792 (c/n B-45) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 384, delivered Mar 24, 1944.  then to civil registry as CF-GEB, then
					to N1042.  Crashed during dakeoff Near Port Moller, Alaska May 12, 1978.
				37793 (c/n B-46) to Royal Navy as FP471, then to RCAF as FP471, then to NR46497, then NC1048V, then
					N1048V, then VP-GAC, then 8R-GAC, then N1048V.
				37794 (c/n B-47) to US Coast Guard as 794 
				37795 (c/n B-48) w/o Sep 5, 1945 at San Diego, California.
				37796 (c/n B-49) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FP471.  Returned to US Navy as BuNo 66361.
				37797 (c/n B-50) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 385, delivered Apr 31, 1944.  SOC Oct 4, 1946.  To CF-EXA.  Crashed
					Jun 17, 1958 at Pointe Claire, Quebec.
				37798 (c/n B-51)
				37799 (c/n B-52) to N4773C.  Converted to PT6A-6 Turbo Goose withe enlarged cabin windows in 1966 by ACEA
					at Juneau, Alaska.  Converted to G-21A (from turbines to original Pratt and Whitney R985s) by 1976.
					To N37487, crshed Jun 1, 1986 while landing at Hobart Bay, Alaska.  Rebuilt as N42GL
				37800 (c/n B-53) MAP to Argentine Navy as 0254.  MAP to Paraguayain Anvy as 0126.  To N3284.  Cancelled Jun 5, 2013.
				37801 (c/n B-54) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 387, delivered May 9, 1944.  SOC Feb 14, 1956.  Then to civil 
					registry as N2721A, then to VH-CRL (ntu), PK-LEH
				37802 (c/n B-55) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 386, then to civil registry as CF-HUY.  Had been
					registered as N7F but now reregistered as N159F.  N159F shows up on
					FAA database as B-55.
				37803 (c/n B-56) based at NOB Bermuda from Aug 1944.  At NAF Bermuda from Jun 1945.  Departed
					to FASRON 102 Jan 1947.  To civil registry as N778
				37804 (c/n B-57)
				37805 (c/n B-58)
				37806 (c/n B-59) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FP473.  Transferred to RCAF as FP473.  To NR880, NC1800,
					to YV-P-APZ registered Jan 1957, cancelled Aug 2, 1967.  To N1133, to N18CS.  Force landed
					Apr 10 1976 and sank at Avalon, California
				37807 (c/n B-60) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 388, delivered May 30, 1944, SOC Jul 19, 1945, then to civil 	
					registry as N4762C
				37808 (c/n B-61) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 389, delivered Jun 7, 1944, DBR at RCAF 
					Station Jerico Beach, British Columbia Feb 9, 1945.  SOC Jul 26, 1945.  
				37809 (c/n B-62)To N6666N, to Flugfelag Airlines (Icelandic Airways), Iceland as TF-ISR, to N779, N16484.
					Converted in 1969 to McKinnon G-21G Turbo Goose with c/n 1205.  To XK-RRX, N77AQ.
					Goose BuNo 87740 was also TF-ISR with Flugfelag Airlines
				37810 (c/n B-63) to civil registry as N79901.  Converted to Turbo Goose, later converted back to standard
					Pratt and Whitney R985s.  To G-BMGS (ntu).  To Royal Swedish AF Museum/Flygvapenmuseum, Malmslatt AB,
					Linkoping, Sweden in 1986.  Painted as FV81002.  Stored 2006
				37811 (c/n B-64)
				37812 (c/n B-65) converted to JRF-6X Jan 5, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 17, 1953.  WFU Mar 11, 1956.
					To Honduras AF as 814.  To N8015E Nov 19, 1959.  Crashed into sea off Annotto Bay, Jamaica while 
					enroute Port Antonio-Montego Bay Feb 12, 1960
				37813 (c/n B-66) converted to JRF-6X Jan 5, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.  WFU Sep 11, 1956.
					To civil registry as N324 Nov 15, 1956, cancelled Oct 2, 2012
				37814 (c/n B-67)
				37815 (c/n B-68) assigned to ARTU, lost off Manus in SW Pacific Oct 11, 1944.
				37816 (c/n B-69)
				37817 (c/n B-70) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 390, delivered Jul 28, 1944, SOC Aug 20, 1946.  Then to civil 
					registry as CF-ETJ, C-FETJ, N2889J, N888GG
				37818 (c/n B-71) to TF-RVK, N1570V, N30Y, N152M
				37819 (c/n B-72) to US Department of the Interior as N780 with Fish and Wildlife Service at Anchorage,
					Alaska 1958/1992.  Converted to Garrett AiResearch TPE331-2UA-203D turbins along with 40 inch fuselage
					extension ahead of the main landing gear what would allow two extra observer seats in the cockpit.
					The rebuild was not done by McKinnon, but by Volpar of Van Nuys, California.
					To N92MT.  To CC-CTG, N92MT, N86MT, N221AG.  Crashed on takeoff at
					Al Ain Airport, United Arab Emirates Beb 27, 2011.  4 killed.  The aircraft was not really a McKinnon 
					G-21G although that is how it was registered. It was not built by McKinnon; it was actually designed 
					and built by Theron Smith and Jarrett Lawhorn of the Fish and Wildife Service of the US Dept. of the 
					Interior in Alaska. It started off as Grumman G-21A (ex-USN JRF-5) s/n B-72 and it was converted directly 
					to its unique FWS configuration without ever being worked on by McKinnon or ever conforming to the G-21G 
					type design, but FWS "officially" identified it as a highly modified McKinnon G-21G. In reality, it would 
					have been more legitimate if it had been certified in the Experimental category as a "Fish and Wildlife 
					G-21" (no longer an A model, but never really a G model either.) 
				37820 (c/n B-73) converted to JRF-6X Feb 11,1 953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.  WFU May 11, 1956.
					 To civil registry as N322 May 10, 1956.  Crashed during forced landing at Big Spring, Texas Jul 6, 1987.
					WFU Mar 31, 2013.
				37821 (c/n B-74) to N2579B, to VP-BAB with Bahamas Airways Ltd, Nassau Feb 26, 1958.  Crashed and sank at
					Green Turtle Bay, Bahamas Mar 10, 1958.  Recovered and repaired as VP-BBK with Bahamas Airways Ltd 1960-62.
					To N2579B.  Expiered Mar 31, 2011.
				37822 (c/n B-75)
				37823 (c/n B-76) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 392, delivered Aug 24, 1944.  SOC Jan 16, 1947. To Canadian
					civil registry as CF-FEM May 22, 1947.  Registration changed
					to CF-BAE Feb 7, 1949, later C-FBAE  To US civil registry Jan 21, 1985
					as N93GS.  Registered C-GPCD Mar 2007.  Crashed near Port Hardy, British Columbia Aug 3, 2008.
					5 killed, 2 survived.
				37824 (c/n B-77) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 391, delivered Aug 24, 1944, SOC FEb 14, 1946.  Then to civil registry 
					as CF-BFS, CF-MPG, C-FMPG.  On display at Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Rockcliffe, Ontario.
				37825 (c/n B-78) To N5623V, N3459C.  Converted in 1959 to McKinnon G-21C Turbo Goose with 4 Lycomings,
					c/n 1202.  Became AP-AUY, S2-AAD.  Scrapped Dhaka in 2011.
				37826 (c/n B-79)
				37827 (c/n B-80) MAP to French Navy as 827
				37828 (c/n B-81) converted to JRF-6X Jan 5, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 153.  WFU Mar 9, 1956.
					To civil registry as N703 in 1956.  Current 2014.
				37829 (c/n B-82)
				37830 (c/n B-83) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 393, delivered Oct 2, 1944.  SOC Feb 14, 1956.
					Then to civil registry as CF-HUZ, C-FHUZ
				37831 (c/n B-84)
37832/37851		Cancelled contract
37852/37853		Sikorsky RS-5  
				S-41 amphibian impressed by US Navy from Pan American.
				37852 (c/n 4201) was deliver to Pan American Dec 1934 as
					S-42 registered NC823M named "West Indies Clipper" then
					in 1937 "Hong Kong Clipper".  Impressed into US Navy
					as RS-5 BuNo 37852.  Crashed and DBR on takeoff near
					Antilla, Cuba Aug 7, 1944. 
				37853 (c/n 4200X) was delivered to Pan American Jun 5, 1934 as
					S-42 registered NC822M, named "Brazilian Clipper" then in
					1937 "Colombia Clipper"  Impressed into US Navy as RS-5
					Bu No 37853.  Scrapped Jul 15, 1946
37854/37855		Sikorsky RS-4 
				37854 S-38A amphibian acquired from Pan American (NC81V) April 1942; returned to them August 1943.
				37855 S-38A amphibian acquired from Pan American April 1942. Damaged beyond repair 
					at Dinner Key Apr 3, 1943 and reduced to spares
37856/37967		Boeing/Stearman N2S-4 
				c/n 75-3603/75-3714.
				37869 (c/n 75-3616) became N5148N, then N75TL.  Registered to British user as G-CCXA Jun 1, 2004
				37874 (c/n 75-3621) converted to A75L300.  To civil registry as N75263
				37875 (c/n 75-3622) restored with USAAF colors but with US Navy titles and active as N69655
				37927 (c/n 75-3674) was N707DB, then N97017 then back to N707DB.  Sold to user in South Africa Jul 7, 2010
37968/37969		Piasecki XHRP-1
				37968 built but not accepted by the Navy.   Designated XHRP-X.  Now at National Air and Space Museum Garber restoration
					facility at Silver Hill, MD since 1991.
37970/37972		Douglas D-558-1 Skystreak
				c/n 6564/6566
				37970 first flight Apr 15, 1947 at Muroc Dry Lake.  Tet world's air speed record of 640.663 mph Aug 20, 1947 
					flown by Cdr Turner Caldwell.  To NACA Ap4 21, 1942 but not flown and used as spare for 37972.  Plane now at National 
					Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.
				37971 set world's air speed record of 650.796 mph Aug 25, 1947 flown by Maj Marion Carl.  Delivered to NACA Oct 23, 1947.
					Crashed May 3, 1948 at Muroc Dry Lake.  NACA test pilot Howard Lilley killed.
				37972 delivered to NACA Nov 1947.  Final flight Jun 20, 1953.  Put on display at MCAS Quantico, Virginia.  
					Now on loan to Carolinas Air Museum, Charlotte, NC.
37973/37975		Douglas D-558-2 Skyrocket
				c/n 6567/6569
				37973 initially delivered with jet engine only for conventional takeoff mode, rocket engine added later.   First
					flight Dec 10, 1947 at Muroc Dry Lake.  To NACA as 143 Aug 31, 1951 but not flown.  Stored until 1954
					when returned to Douglas and modified to air launched configuration with rocket engine only.  Returned to
					NACA but only flown once, on Sep 17, 1956 and officially retired Mar 1957.  Now at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA.
				37974 initially delivered with jet engine only for conventional takeoff mode.  First flight Nov 2, 1948 at
					Muroc Dry Lake,  To NACA as 144 Dec 1, 1948.  Returned to Douglas Jan 1950 and modified 
					to air-launched rocket-powered configuration, with turbojet removed and intakes faired over. Returned
					to NASA.  Reached altitude of 83,235 feet Aug 21, 1953 flown by LtCol Marion Carl.  Reached speed of Mach 2.005
					on Nov 20, 1953 flown by A. Scott Crossfield.  Last flight Dec 20, 1956.  Donated to NASM
				37975 fitted from beginning with both jet and rocket engine.  First flight Jan 8, 1949 at Muroc Dry Lake.
					Later modified to air-launched configuration.  To NACA as 145.  Now on pedestal at Antelope Valley College, 
					Lancaster, CA
37976/37977		Piasecki XHJP-1 Retriever
37978/37987		Boeing/Stearman N2S-4 
				c/n 75-3715/75-3724 
				37890 (c/n 75-3717) to N67957.  Restored and active
37988/38437		Boeing/Stearman N2S-3  
				c/n 75-7609/75-8058
				37993 (c/n 75-7614) became YU-BAD.  Noted 1989 at Yugoslavian National
					Aviation Museum, Belgrade
				37999 (c/n 75-7620) to US civil registry as N5409N.  Cancelled on export to Philippines Jun 23, 1976.
					To Philippine civil registry as RP-R137
				38010 (c/n 75-7631) flying at Itu as LV-FGD
				38062 (c/n 75-7683) became N6628C.  Sold in 2006 to owner in Brazil	 
				38128 to Coast Guard 11/1/1946.  SOC 1/19/1947
				38167 to Coast Guard 10/19/1946.  SOC 1/26/1947.
				38192 (c/n 75-7813) on US civil registry as N56200
				38199 (c/n 75-7820) became N69614.  Sold to owner in Austria Feb 2008
				38241 (c/n 75-7862) on US civil registry as N6241D.
				38254 (c/n 75-7875) became N74677.  To Registered Aug 18, 2004 to Air Marcel
					Inc of St Hubert, QC as CF-DGS.
				38278 (c/n 75-7899) to civil registry as N224DF.  AT XTri State Warbird Museum, Batavia/Clermont CAP, OH Jan 2008
				38289 to Coast Guard 10/19/1946.  SOC 1/26/1947.
				38302 (c/n 75-7923) to civil registry as N5106N.  Has 7923 painted on tail.
				38369 with Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota
				38404 (c/n 75-8025A) was N65041, now ZK-USA
38438/38732		Boeing/Stearman N2S-5
				38438/38610 c/n 75-8059/75-8231 and were ex-USAAF 42-109026/109198
					38456 (c/n 75-8077) on civil registry as N2388.
						38456 registered as N388DB in 1999, but no longer
					38468 (c/n 75-8089) to Argentine Navy as 0325/1-E-74.  Became
						LV-HDT, then LQ-HDT.  Them became EC-973, then EC-FNM.
					38495 (c/n 75-8116) to N67193.  Restored, active
					38599 (c/n 75-8220) ex USAAF 42-109187 to civil registry in Australia as VH-YSM. 
						However, Air Britian gives the identity as c/n 75-8220, USAAF 42-109187 and
						BuNo 38598. 
				38611/38732 cancelled
38733/38979		Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
				Consolidated B-24Js delivered to USN.
				38733 ex USAAF 44-40215
				38734 ex USAAF 44-20216
				38735 ex USAAF 44-20217
				38736 ex USAAF 44-20218
				38737 ex USAAF 44-20219.  Lost with VPB-117 Mindoro Apr 30, 1945.
				38738 ex USAAF 44-20220
				38739 (VB-117, ex USAAF 44-20221) overshot landing Camp Kearney, CA
					8/9/1944.  SOC, no fatalities.
				38740 ex USAAF 44-40222
				38741 (VPB-117, ex USAAF 44-40223) ditched after engine failure near
					Bilianan Island, Philippines 2/17/1945.  No fatalities.
				38742 ex USAAF 44-40254
				38743 ex USAAF 44-40255
				38744 ex USAAF 44-40256
				38745 (44-40257, VPB-117) lost Jul 31, 1945.
				38746 ex USAAF 44-40258
				38747 ex USAAF 44-40259
				38748 ex USAAF 44-40260
				38749 ex USAAF 44-40261
				38750 ex USAAF 44-40262
				38751 ex USAAF 44-40263
				38752 ex USAAF 44-40304
				38753 (VB-110, ex USAAF 44-40305) flew into mountain Breconshire, Mid Wales, Moel Feity,
					UK Aug 24, 1944.  6 killed.
				38754 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-40306) crashed on landing when brakes
					locked up 1/7/1945 Philippines.  2 killed
				38755 ex USAAF 44-40307
				38756 ex USAAF 44-40308
				38757 ex USAAF 44-40309
				38758 ex USAAF 44-40310
				38759 ex USAAF 44-40311
				38760 (VPB-117, ex USAAF 44-40312) hit by AAA and ditched at night
					11/12/1944, Tinian, South Pacific.  5
					killed, 5 injured.
				38761 ex USAAF 44-40313
				38762 ex USAAF 44-40344
				38763 ex USAAF 44-40345
				38764 ex USAAF 44-40346
				38765 (VB-4, ex USAAF 44-40347) missing on radar bombing training flight out of NAS Jacksonville
					over Bahamas, BWI Mar 10, 1945.  14 missing.  Last known position
					was 60 mi W of Paw Paw Rocks, Bahamas.
				38766 (VB-116, ex USAAF 44-40348) swerved off runway on takeoff
					from NAB Eniwetok, South Pacific and
					crashed into parked aircraft while carrying
					nine 500-lb bombs, destroying 106 naval
					aircraft 8/9/1944.  9 killed, 2 injured.
				38767 ex USAAF 44-40349
				38768 ex USAAF 44-40350
				38769 (VB-116, ex USAAF 44-40351) ditched due to engine failure off
					Maui, HI 6/24/1944.  All crew rescued.
				38770 ex USAAF 44-40352
				38771 ex USAAF 44-40353
				38772 ex USAAF 44-40384
				38773 ex USAAF 44-40385
				38774 ex USAAF 44-40386.  Lost with VPB-104 near Leyte Gulf Nov 11, 1944.
				38775 ex USAAF 44-40387
				38776 ex USAAF 44-40388
				38777 ex USAAF 44-40389.  Registered as C-87 to California Atlantic Airways as
					N66569, then in Jan 1952 to Boliviana de Aviacion of La Pas as CB-89.
					Registered CP-589.  W/o at SDanta Rosa de Yacuma Sep 17, 1961.
				38778 ex USAAF 44-40390
				38779 (ex USAAF 44-40391) to civil registry as CB-89
				38780 ex USAAF 44-40392
				38781 ex USAAF 44-40393
				38782 ex USAAF 42-78271
				38783 ex USAAF 44-40445
				38784 (VPB-103, ex USAAF 44-40446) overshot landing at Devon
					Dunkeswell, UK 12/27/1944.  SOC
				38785 ex USAAF 44-40447
				38786 ex USAAF 44-40448
				38787 ex USAAF 44-40449
				38788 ex USAAF 44-40450
				38789 ex USAAF 44-40451
				38790 ex USAAF 44-40452
				38791 ex USAAF 44-40453
				38792 ex USAAF 44-40504
				38793 (VB-4, ex USAAF 44-40505) in wheels-up landing 1/17/1946 NAAS
					Whiting Field, FL.  SOC, no fatalities.
				38794 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-40506) lost on combat mission out of
					Clark Field, Luzon May 13, 1945
				38795 ex USAAF 44-40507.  SOC Dec 31, 1944 due to enemy action.
				38796 ex USAAF 44-40508
				38797 ex USAAF 44-40509
				38798 (VPB-105, ex USAAF 44-40510) overshot landing after aborted takeoff 11/12/1944.
				38799 (FAW-5, ex USAAF 44-40511) ditched at sea off Clifden, Irish Republic Sep 14, 1944 after ran out of fuel
					on flight from Goose Bay to Meeks Field, Iceland.  Crew must have gotten very lost!  5 survivors
					made landfall by rubber boat.  5 MIA.
				38800 ex USAAF 44-40512
				38801 ex USAAF 44-40513
				38802 ex USAAF 44-40574
				38803 ex USAAF 44-40575
				38804 ex USAAF 44-40576
				38805 ex USAAF 44-40577
				38806 ex USAAF 44-40578
				38807 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-40579) lost engine on takeoff and crashed
					into sea 1/24/1945 Philippines.  5 killed.
				38808 ex USAAF 44-40580
				38809 ex USAAF 44-40581
				38810 ex USAAF 44-40582
				38811 (VPB-105, ex USAAF 44-40583) undershot landing and hit hedgerow
					3/29/1945.  SOC.
				38812 ex USAAF 44-40634
				38813 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-40635) ditched during combat patrol off Philippines
					Jan 2, 1945.  All ll crew OK.
				38814 ex USAAF 44-40636.  SOC Jan 31, 1945 due to enemy action.
				38815 (VF-5, ex USAAF 44-40637) wingtip hit hill on takeoff and crashed
					Tinian, South Pacific 3/6/1945.  No fatalities, but
					damaged beyond repair.
				38816 ex USAAF 44-40638
				38817 ex USAAF 44-40639
				38818 ex USAAF 44-40640
				38819 ex USAAF 44-40641
				38820 ex USAAF 44-40642
				38821 ex USAAF 44-40643
				38822 ex USAAF 44-40694
				38823 (VPB-117, ex USAAF 44-40695) in collision with another aircraft while not in flight Leyte, South Pacific 
					12/5/1944.
				38824 ex USAAF 44-40696
				38825 ex USAAF 44-40697
				38826 ex USAAF 44-40698
				38827 ex USAAF 44-40699
				38828 ex USAAF 44-40700
				38829 ex USAAF 44-40701
				38830 ex USAAF 44-40702
				38831 ex USAAF 44-40703
				38832 ex USAAF 44-40764
				38833 ex USAAF 44-40765
				38834 ex USAAF 44-40766
				38835 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-40767) crash landed Hilo, Hawaii Oct 18. 1944.  No injuries.
				38836 ex USAAF 44-40768
				38837 ex USAAF 44-40769
				38838 (VPB-110, ex USAAF 44-40770) overshot landing at Devon Dunkeswell, UK 3/4/1945.  SOC
				38839 ex USAAF 44-40771
				38840 ex USAAF 44-40772
				38841 ex USAAF 44-40773
				38842 ex USAAF 44-40834
				38843 (VPB-102, ex USAAF 44-40835) crashed at sea due to engine failure Iwo Jima, South Pacific 5/23/1945.
					12 killed.
				38844 ex USAAF 44-40836
				38845 ex USAAF 44-40837
				38846 ex USAAF 44-40838
				38847 ex USAAF 44-40839
				38848 ex USAAF 44-40840
				38849 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-40841) collided with obstacle 12/30/1944, Leyte, South Pacific
				38850 ex USAAF 44-40842
				38851 ex USAAF 44-40843
				38852 (ex USAAF 44-40904, VPB-117) lost July 31, 1945.
				38853 ex USAAF 44-40905.  SOC Jan 18, 1946.
				38854 ex USAAF 44-40906
				38855 ex USAAF 44-40907
				38856 ex USAAF 44-40908
				38857 ex USAAF 44-40909
				38858 ex USAAF 44-40910
				38859 ex USAAF 44-40911
				38860 ex USAAF 44-40912
				38861 (ex USAAF 44-40913, VPB-117) lost 6/30/1945
				38862 ex USAAF 44-40968
				38863 (VPB-117, ex USAAF 44-40969) hit tree while strafing train 
					Philippines 5/14/1945.  Landed OK, but SOC.
				38864 ex USAAF 44-40970
				38865 ex USAAF 44-40971
				38866 ex USAAF 44-40972
				38867 ex USAAF 44-41034
				38868 ex USAAF 44-41035
				38869 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-41036) ditched due to fuel exhaustion 
					5/13/1944, Philippines.  Crew rescued.
				38870 (VPB-10, ex USAAF 44-41037) in emergency landing Philippines
					5/13/1945.  Prop came off and hit cockpit.
					One serious injury.  SOC.
				38871 ex USAAF 44-41038
				38872 ex USAAF 44-41100
				38873 (VPB-116, ex USAAF 44-41101) crashed on non-combat mission
					4/4/1945 Tinian, South Pacific.
				38874 ex USAAF 44-41102
				38875 ex USAAF 44-41103
				38876 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-41104) missing on patrol near Leyte
					1/11/1945.  Found by natives on Panay.
					11 killed.
				38877 ex USAAF 44-41166
				38878 ex USAAF 44-41167
				38879 ex USAAF 44-41168
				38880 ex USAAF 44-41169
				38881 ex USAAF 44-41170
				38882 (ex USAAF 44-41239, VPB-117) crashed on combat mission 7/4/1945,
					Philippines.  SOC, no fatalities.
				38883 ex USAAF 44-41240
				38884 ex USAAF 44-41241.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				38885 ex USAAF 44-41242
				38886 ex USAAF 44-41243
				38887 ex USAAF 44-41244
				38888 ex USAAF 44-41245
				38889 ex USAAF 44-41246
				38890 (FAW-17, ex USAAF 44-41247) crashed in deep water 5/19/1945.  No fatalities.
				38891 (VPB-117, ex USAAF 44-41248) crashed 2/23/1945, Philippines after
					forced landing. No fatalities, but SOC.
				38892 ex USAAF 44-41279
				38893 (VPB-123, ex USAAF 44-41280) lost power on all engines in bad
					weather and ditched off Oahu, HI 4/6/1945.
					2 killed, 4 injured.
				38894 ex USAAF 44-41281
				38895 ex USAAF 44-41282
				38896 (VPB-111, ex USAAF 44-41283) crash landing 4/18/1945.  11 killed.
				38897 ex USAAF 44-41284
				38898 ex USAAF 44-41285
				38899 ex USAAF 44-41286
				38900 (VPB-111, ex USAAF 44-41287) crashed on takeoff, South Pacific 1/10/1945.  No injuries.
					Also reported as being lost on patrol with VPB-111 Feb 5, 1945.  
				38901 ex USAAF 44-41288
				38902 ex USAAF 44-41297
				38903 ex USAAF 44-41298
				38904 ex USAAF 44-41299
				38905 ex USAAF 44-41300
				38906 ex USAAF 44-41301
				38907 (ex USAAF 44-41302, VPB-117) lost Jul 1, 1945.
				38908 ex USAAF 44-41303
				38909 ex USAAF 44-41304
				38910 ex USAAF 44-41305
				38911 ex USAAF 44-41306
				38912 ex USAAF 44-41307
				38913 ex USAAF 44-41308
				38914 (VPB-116, ex USAAF 44-41319) hit coral boulder on takeoff run and
					force-landed 1/12/1945 Tinian, South Pacific. SOC
				38915 ex USAAF 44-41320
				38916 ex USAAF 44-41321
				38917 ex USAAF 44-41322
				38918 ex USAAF 44-41323
				38919 ex USAAF 44-41324.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				38920 ex USAAF 44-41325
				38921 ex USAAF 44-41326
				38922 ex USAAF 44-41327
				38923 ex USAAF 44-41328
				38924 ex USAAF 44-41359
				38925 ex USAAF 44-41360
				38926 ex USAAF 44-41361
				38927 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-41362) in ground collision 12/12/1944 Leyte, South Pacific.
				38928 ex USAAF 44-41363
				38929 ex USAAF 44-41364
				38930 ex USAAF 44-41365
				38931 ex USAAF 44-41366
				38932 ex USAAF 44-41367
				38933 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-41368) while landing at Clark Field,
					Luzon collided on runway with PB4Y-2 59429 Mar 1, 1945.  SOC
				38934 (VPB-117, ex USAAF 44-41406) hit tree on takeoff and crashed into
					ocean SE of Mindoro, South Pacific 6/22/1945.  11 killed.
				38935 ex USAAF 44-41407
				38936 ex USAAF 44-41408
				38937 ex USAAF 44-41409
				38938 ex USAAF 44-41410
				38939 ex USAAF 44-41411
				38940 ex USAAF 44-41412
				38941 ex USAAF 44-41413
				38942 ex USAAF 44-41414
				38943 ex USAAF 44-41415
				38944 ex USAAF 44-41416
				38945 (VPB-111, ex USAAF 44-41484) crashed in bad weather on combat
					mission 7/5/1945, Philippines.  No fatalities.
				38946 (ex USAAF 44-41485, VPB-117) lost July 31, 1945.
				38947 (VPB-105, ex USAAF 44-41486) crashed into Beacon Hill, Sidmouth while attempting
					landing at Exeter Airport, UK 1/3/1945.  6 killed, 4 injured.
				38948 ex USAAF 44-41487.  SOC Jul 31, 1945 due to non-airborne fire Jul 18, 1945 
					at Dunkeswell.
				38949 ex USAAF 44-41488
				38950 ex USAAF 44-41489.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				38951 ex USAAF 44-41490
				38952 ex USAAF 44-41491
				38953 ex USAAF 44-41492
				38954 ex USAAF 44-41493
				38955 ex USAAF 44-41519
				38956 ex USAAF 44-41520
				38957 ex USAAF 44-41521
				38958 ex USAAF 44-41522
				38959 ex USAAF 44-41523
				38960 ex USAAF 44-41524
				38961 ex USAAF 44-41525
				38962 ex USAAF 44-41526
				38963 ex USAAF 44-41527
				38964 ex USAAF 44-41528
				38965 ex USAAF 44-41554
				38966 (ex USAAF 44-41555) life raft fouled stabilizer and elevators and
					dove in near Ft Monrow, VA 11/7/1944.  12
					killed.
				38967 ex USAAF 44-41556.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				38968 ex USAAF 44-41557
				38969 ex USAAF 44-41558.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				38970 ex USAAF 44-41559.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				38971 ex USAAF 44-41560
				38972 (VPB-104, ex USAAF 44-41561) crashed at sea, Tacloban, Philippines Jan 24, 1945.  
				38973 ex USAAF 44-41562
				38974 ex USAAF 44-41563
				38975 ex USAAF 44-41564
				38976 (VPB-111, ex USAAF 44-41565) crashed on takeoff roll and  burned
					Puerata Princessa, Philippines Jun 20, 1945.  7 killed.
				38977 ex USAAF 44-41566
				38978 ex USAAF 44-41567
				38979 ex USAAF 44-41568
38980/39012		North American PBJ-1J Mitchell  
				Navy equivalent of B-25J. Were USAAF
				44-29277/29285, 44-292290/29299, 44-29604/29617.
39013/39032		Consolidated RY-2 Liberator
				USAAF C-87-CF 44-39198/39202 delivered to
				Navy.   
				39018/39032 cancelled
39033/39055		Sikorsky HNS-1
				From US Army.  39053/39055 cancelled.
				39033 was ex-USAAF 43-28227
				39034 was ex-USAAF 43-29229.  To civil registry as N75378
				39036 was ex-USAAF 43-46507
				39037 was ex-USAAF 43-46512
				39040 was ex-USAAF 43-46525
				39042 was ex-USAAF 43-46543.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as 042
				39043 was ex-USAAF 43-46544.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as 043
				39045 was ex-USAAF 43-46552.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as 045
				39047 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				39051 was ex-USAAF 43-46586.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as 051
				39052 was ex-USAAF 43-46595
39053/39055		North American XFJ-1 Fury
				BuNos reassigned from cancelled HNS-1 batch.
				39054 stalled on landing at Sandia Base, NM 4/29/1952.
					Pilot killed.
39056 			Langley Aviation XNL-1 
39057/39095		Douglas R4D-5 
				C-47A-DLs transferred to Navy from USAAF.  Redesignated C-47H in 1962.
				39057 (c/n 9855) ex USAAF 42-23993
				39058 (c/n 9856) ex USAAF 42-23994
				39059 (c/n 9857) ex USAAF 42-23995.  With VMR-153 lost off Toronia Jan 9, 1945.
				39060 (c/n 9858) ex USAAF 42-23996
				39061 (c/n 9859) ex USAAF 42-23997.  Later redesignated C-47H, then converted
					to R4D-8/C-117D with new c/n 43344.  Stored at MASDC, sold on civilian market and
					registered to School of the Ozarks as N90628, next registered as N3906J, first
					to Confederate Air Force, to Atkins Aviation, to Southwind Airlines, to Air 
					Adventures of Florida/Aviones Inc, registered to a privat individual on
					Mar 3, 2005.  Operated by CB Transit, Inc dba as Air Pony Express when
					w/o Jun 13, 2005 when crashed 3.1 mi E of Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport,
					FL after engine failure during initial climb out.
				39062 (c/n 9940) ex USAAF 42-24078
				39063 (c/n 9941) ex USAAF 42-24079.  In midair collision with FG-1A
					13334 and crashed into St Johns River near NAS Jacksonville
					Nov 6, 1944.  All 18 on both planes killed.
				39064 (c/n 9942) ex USAAF 42-24080.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new c/n 43376
				39065 (c/n 9943) ex USAAF 42-24081
				39066 (c/n 9944) ex USAAF 42-24082
				39067 (c/n 10017) ex USAAF 42-24155.  Hit hillside in Darling Range at Gooseberry
					Hill west of Perth in western Australia Apr 19, 1945.
					All 13 onboard killed.
				39068 (c/n 10018) ex USAAF 42-24156.  w/o Feb 15, 1945, Momote, Pacific
				39069 (c/n 10019) ex USAAF 42-24157.  (VMR-253) in landing accident at Guam Dec 22, 1944.
				39070 (c/n 10020) ex USAAF 42-24158.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new c/n 43360 To civilian registry as N4458H.  Reregistred
					as N34AH in the 1980s.  Currently registered with Classic
					Air in Las Vegas. Spent some time in South American and was
					impounded by the DEA prior to sale to Classic Air.  Reported seen
					at K-Tech yard 8/28/2000, but this may be in error.
				39071 (c/n 10021) ex USAAF 42-24159.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new c/n 43325.  Based at NAS Bermuda,
					arriving Jun 11, 1970, retired Feb 28, 1971.  Seen in K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
				39072 (c/n 10092) ex USAAF 42-24230.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new c/n 43382.  
				39073 (c/n 10093) ex USAAF 42-24231.  (VMJ-125M) missing on flight from Bougainville to 
					Guadalcanal May 18, 1944.  19 missing.
				39074 (c/n 10094) ex USAAF 42-24232.  To O&R BUAER M&S - Jacksonville, FL. Oct 21, 1954 - To NOTS Project at Inyokern, 
					CA Aug 31, 1955.  To NOTS Project at China Lake, CA. Feb  1, 1957 - To NAF R&D at China Lake, CA. Dec 5, 1957 
					To ZW-1 - Lakehurst, NJ. 1962.   Redesignated to C-47H.  Stored Jan 17, 1972 at MASDC as CB435, transferred 
					to US Army as "43-39074".   W/o Mar 9, 1973 when it crashed overloaded with the US Army Golden Knights 
					parachuting team, near Silk Hope, NC in poor weather after take-off from Ft Brag, 14 fatal. In an article 
					in the Dec 1985 Air Classics Magazine, Arthur Pearcy stated this plane joined the Golden Knights in 
					April 1971, and that it was then stored at Davis-Monthan beginning 1/17/72 to 8/16/74, and then 
					put up for auction.   39074 was replaced by 17276, which became N48159, so that can't be it either.  
					But here's a big problem with 39074 being the crashed aircraft:--there is a photo of this plane at 
					Davis Monthan in April 1975!
				39075 (c/n 10095) ex USAAF 42-24233.  W/o Oct 2,1 944 Hawaii
				39076 (c/n 10096) ex USAAF 42-24234.
				39077 (c/n 10204) ex USAAF 42-24342.  With (VR-3) spun in during instrument and stall training
					and crashed near Louisborg, KA Sept 20, 1944.  5 killed.
				39078 (c/n 10205) ex USAAF 42-24343.
				39079 (c/n 10206) ex USAAF 42-24344.  Flew into trees NAS Patuxent River, MD during landing Jan 24, 1947.
				39080 (c/n 10207) ex USAAF 42-24345.  Converted to R4D-8 with new c/n 43354
				39081 (c/n 10208) ex USAAF 42-24346.  Converted to R4D-8 with new c/n 43397  To MASDC Aug 3, 1977. Sold as N2017X (Jan 1983), 
					to Millardair as C-GGKG  (Oct 1984) & WFU  (May 31, 1990), to Kenn Borek Air (Sep 26, 1994), to TransNorthern Aviation as 
					N28TN  (May 30, 2007)
				39082 (c/n 13811) ex USAAF 43-30660
				39083 (c/n 13812) ex USAAF 43-30661
				39084 (c/n 13813) ex USAAF 43-30662.  Converted to R4D-8 with new c/n 43355
				39085 (c/n 13814) ex USAAF 43-30663
				39086 (c/n 13855) ex USAAF 43-30704.  With VMR-153, hit mountain top near Vella Lavella
					Oct 7, 1944.  19 killed.
				39087 (c/n 13856) ex USAAF 43-30705, rebuilt as R4D-8 with new c/n 43315
				39088 (c/n 13857) ex USAAF 43-30706
				39089 (c/n 13858) ex USAAF 43-30707.  W/o Jul 28, 1944 off Biak in SW Pacific.
				39090 (c/n 13859) ex USAAF 43-30708.  Crashed near Cairns, Australia Jul 23, 1944.
				39091 (c/n 13860) ex USAAF 43-30709. It was assigned to Naval Air Transport Service, serving with VR-5 and VR-11 Squadrons.  
					It was SOC Jan 31, 1946 and sold immediately to Hughes Aircraft as NC88756.  On May 17, 1948 it was leased 
					to All American Aviation as N91221. Transferred through several other hands until May 19, 1972 when it went 
					to Canada as CF-AOH with Aircraft Sales International Canada, Ltd.  Sold to Nordair Ltd on Apr 5, 1973, and 
					then passed through several more owners over the years until finally returning to the USA ca. 1993, now 
					registered as N293WM.  Currently for sale at Courtesy Aircraft, Rockford, IL
				39093 hit mountain in Novia Scotia, Sydney Oct 1, 1944. 3 killed.
				39095 (c/n 19066) ex USAAF 42-100603.  Transferred to US Army where it flew as 43-9095 with Missile Command.  In 1975
					sold to State of Florida as N47060.  
39096/39098		Douglas R4D-6 
				Navy equivalent of C-47B-DK.  Redesignated C-47J in 1962
				39096 (c/n 16043/32791) ex-USAAF 44-76459.  Converted to R4D-8/C-117 with new c/n 43338.  Destroyed in ground accident at
					NAS Keflavik, Iceland Dec 20, 1975 when lost brakes after landing and collided with a hangar.
				39097 (c/n 16045/32793) ex-USAAF 44-76461.  Converted to R4D-8 with new c/n 43302.  In 2011 was N29TN with Trans Northern Airways,
					Anchorage, Alaska
				39098 (C/n 16046/32794) ex-USAAF 44-76462.
39099			Douglas R4D-7 
				c/n 16047/32795 ex-USAAF 44-76463 obtained from USAAF contract for
					TC-47B-DK.  Redesignated TC-47K in 1962.
39100			Douglas R4D-6 
				c/n 16048/32796 ex-USAAF 44-76464.  Redesignated C-47J in 1962.  
				Crashed in bad weather in mountains on New Caledonia Mar 31, 1946.  6 killed.
39101/39108		Douglas R4D-7 
				Obtained from USAAF contract for TC-47B-DK.  Redesignated TC-47K in 1962.
				39101 (c/n 16054/32802) ex-USAAF 44-76470. 
				39102 (c/n 16062/32810) ex-USAAF 44-76478. 
				39103 (c/n 16070/32817) ex-USAAF 44-76486.  Redesignated TC-47B in 1962, NC-47D Mar 1965, NEC-47H in May 1971,
					to C-47K in Jul 1971.  Last operated by Army Aviation Aviation
					Detachment at Fort Monmouth, NAS Lakehurst, NJ and served as an electronic
					test aircraft.  To Eglin AFB Sep 1976 and never left.  Now at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.  
					Never an AC-47 in service, although it is displayed as such.
				39104 (c/n 16373/33121) ex USAAF 44-76789.  Converted to R4D-8 with new c/n 43325.
				39105 (c/n 16328/33076) ex USAAF 44-76744
				39106 (c/n 16332/33080) ex USAAF 44-76748.  With AES-12 at MCAS Quantico, VA unti 1957.  Transferred to Woods Hole 
					Oceanographic Institute.
				39107 (c/n 16337/33085) ex USAAF 44-76753
				39108 (c/n 16342/33090) ex USAAF 44-76758.  To Lake Central Airlines as N21715.
39109			Douglas R4D-6 
				c/n 27197.  Navy equivalent of C-47B-DK.  Converted to R4D-8 with new c/n 43313  
				Redesignated C-47J in 1962
39110/39136		Douglas R4D-7
				39110 was to have been TC-47B 43-16122 but it was not transferred.
				39112/39136 cancelled and serials 39112/39128 reallocated to R5D-2
39112/39128		Douglas R5D-2
				39112 (c/n 10482, Line No. DC213), ex USAAF 42-72377.  To 
					Eastern Airlines, Inc as N86577, side no. 703, 06/46-10/51, stored as 39112 
					then sold to Columbia as HK-1026 for Taxader (Taxi Aereo de Santander). 
					Scrapped Bogota-Eldorado, Colombia
				39113 (c/n 10531, Line No. DC262), ex USAAF 42-72426. To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as 
					N86580, side no. 701, 05/46-06/51, stored as 39113 then converted to VC-54N, 
					then converted to C-54P. b/u
				39114 (c/n 18329, Line No. DO103), ex USAAF 43-17129.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. 
					as N86582, side no. 704, 04/46-11/51, stored as 39114.  wfu
				39115 (c/n 10491, Line No. DC222), ex USAAF 42-72386.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as 
					N86576, side no. 702, 05/46-05/51, stored as 39115, wfu
				39116 (c/n 18331, Line No. DO105), ex USAAF 43-17131.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. 
					as N88815, side no. 709, 07/46.  stored as 39116.  Next while operated by the USMC 
					on Feb. 17, 1956 the aircraft was involved in a fatal accident on approach to NAS 
					Alameda, CA, 5 crew, 35 PAX fatal.  w/o
				39117 (c/n 10509, Line No. DC240), ex USAAF 42-72404.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as 
					N88812, side no. 706, 06/46-10/51, stored as 39117, wfu
				39118 (c/n 10484,  Line No. DC215), ex USAAF 42-72379.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as 
					N88811, side no. 705, 05/46, stored as 39118, wfu
				39119 (c/n 18344, Line No. DO118), ex USAAF 43-17144.  To Eastern Airlines Inc. as 
					N88813, side no. 707, 10/46, on December 19, 1946 it was involved in a midair with 
					a Universal DC-3 near Aberdeen, Md.  Both aircraft were able to land safely. 
					Repaired and stored as 39119, b/u.
				39120 (c/n 10443, Line No. DC174), ex USAAF 42-72338.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as N88704, 
					side no. 712, 09/46-05/51, stored as 39120 then converted to R5D-5 as BuNo 39120 then wfu
				39121 (c/n 18378, Line No. DO152), ex USAAF 43-17178.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as NC88707 
					then registered as N88707, side no 714, 07/46-05/51, stored as 39121 then sold as N68576,
					leased to Breathens, S.A.F.E. of Iceland, operated by Luftleidir Icelandic Airlines as LN-SUP 
					(1954-1960) then registered as D-ADAR
				39122 (c/n 10438), ex USAAF 42-72333.  Leased by Eastern Air Lines
					Jun 16, 1946 as N88703, side no. 711.  Returned to US Navy as 39122 May 11, 1951.
					Converted to VC-54N in 1962.  WFU and stored at Davis Monthan AFB Mar 1970.
					Bought by Aircraft Specialties Inc. Mar 1975 and registered as N67017.  Bought by Air Response Inc
					May 28, 1986 and reregistered as N34NA.  WFU and stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ.
					Presently (2004) parked/stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ by 
					Aviation Response, Inc. with a fire bomber side no.14.
				39123 (c/n 18334, Line No. DO108), ex USAAF 43-17134.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as N865579, 
					side no. 710, 08/46-05/51, stored as 39123 then b/u
				39124 (c/n 10495, Line No. DC226), ex USAAF 42-72390.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as N88705, 
					side no. 713, 06/46-10/58, stored as 39124, wfu
				39125 (c/n 10535, Line No. DC266), ex USAAF 42-72430.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as N88724, 
					side no. 715, 08/46-10/51, stored as 39125, wfu
				39126 (c/n 10536, Line No. DC267), ex USAAF 42-72431.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as N34070, 
					side no. 719, 09/46-06/51, stored as 39126, wfu
				39127 (c/n 10542, Line No. DC273), ex USAAF 42-72437.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as N34045, 
					side no. 718, 09/46-10/51, stored as 39127 then converted to VC-54N (R5D-1Z) as 39127, 
					then converted to RC-54V as 39127 for the US Coast Guard, wfu
				39128 (c/n 10492, Line No. DC223), ex USAAF 42-72387.  To Eastern Airlines, Inc. as N54365, 
					side no. 720, 1946-1951, stored as 39128 wfu.
39137/39181		Douglas R5D-1
				USAAF C-54As transferred to US Navy
				I have 39122 being ex USAAF 42-72333.  But this wasn't an R5D-1.
				39137 (c/n 3065) ex USAAF 41-37275.  To civil registry as N90861 (Santa Fe Skyways) , then PH-TEY "Limburg", PH-DBY (KLM), 
					F-OBMU and then 7T-VAU (Air Algerie).  Crashed into mountainside in Sahara near Tamanrasset,
					Algeria Apr 11, 1967.  35 of 39 onboard killed.
				39138 (c/n 3066) ex USAAF 41-37276.  To Dutch AF as NL306.  To civil registry as PH-TAE (KLM).
					W/o Nov 05. 1946
				39139 (c/n 3076/DO18) ex USAAF 41-37285.  Bought by Transocean Airlines in 1946 as
					N79998.  Crashed/ditched Aug 15, 1949 when ran out of fuel 15 km west of Lurga
					Point, off the coast of Ireland.  8 of 58 onboard killed. 
				39140 (c/n 3077) ex USAAF 41-37286.  To ZJC-54A at Edwards AFB.  To civil registry as NC57777 (Veteran 
					Airways), VP-CBE, CY-ACB (Air Ceylon), VH-INY (Ansett Australia Airlines) , N5521V (Seven Seas
					Airlines), HP-351 (Aeronaves de Panama), 5N-AFC (Pan African Airlines),VP-BCX (Carribean
					Air Charters, ntu), N11117 (Aviation Facilities - Leased to Taino Air Services.  Possibly
					sold to Cambodia or CIA for operations in Cambodia.
				39141 (c/n 3078) ex USAAF 41-37287.  To NC86552 (Chamberlain Aircraft Engineering), to Philippines 
					Airlines and in early 1946 registered as PI-C108, returned to N86552, then to Air Asia/CAT 
					Aug 8, 1946 registered as B-1002, to Air America March 1959 same B-1002.  Sold September 01, 1963 to 
					VIAT/AII Saigon (VIAT was the South Vietnamese front of the Agency) on lease purchase. 
					Leased to Air Vietnam.  Scrapped
				39142 (c/n 3089) ex USAAF 41-37298.  To civil registry as NC79048 (Transocean
					Air Lines), PI-C105 (Philippine Airlines),  VT-CYK (Bharat Airways).  Burnt out after force
					landing at Comillah Dec 30, 1949.  7 killed.
				39143 (c/n 3090) ex USAAF 41-37299.  To civil registry as NC79999 (Seaboard World Airlines - 
					United States Overseas Airlines - Lsd to World Wide Airlines).  Scrapped.
				39144 (c/n 3096) ex USAAF 41-37305.  Assigned to Frank Knox, Secretary of the Navy.  To civil 
					registry as N57661 (Santa Fe Skyways), PH-XEY then PH-TEX (KLM), F-BELM (Air France), 
					TS-APM (Leased until sold to Tunis Air), F-BRHQ (Air Fret - Air Djibouti), To Air Afrique as TT-DAA.  
					Crashed into ground 2.5 mi short of runway at Fort-Archambault, Chad Feb 28, 1971.  Crew of 3 survived,
					but aircraft was w/o.
				39145 (c/n 3097/DO39) ex USAAF 41-37306.  WFU and stored Mar 1946.  Broken up
				39146 (c/n 3103/DO45) ex USAAF 41-37312.  WFU and stored Feb 1947.  Broken up
				39147 (c/n 3104) ex USAAF 41-37313.  With VR-11, hit mountain during landing descent to Manila, 
					Philippines Nov 30, 1945.  No fatalities.
				39148 ex USAAF 41-37318 to R5D-1Z, later redesignated VC-54N
				39149 ex USAAF 41-37319.  To civil registry as NC79975 (United States Overseas Airlines), 
					XA-HEN (Guest Aerovias Mexico), C-FEDM (Curtiss Reid Flying Service), N79975 (United
					States Overseas Airlines), EC-WPQ later EC-APQ (Iberia). Sold to Spantax.  WFU.
				39150 (c/n 7449/DO 57) ex USAAF 42-107430.  To Commercial Airways
					of the Philippines Jun 12, 1947 as PI-C260.  Leased by US 
					Overseas Airlines Feb 1951 as N68736.  Bought by US Overseas
					Airlines May 2, 1953.  Destroyed when crashed on the ice cap
					near Nassarssauq, Greenland May 13, 1957.  2 of 3 onboard killed.
				39151 (c/n 7450/DO 58) ex USAAF 42-107431.  WFU and stored Feb 1947.
					Broken up
				39152 (c/n 10290/DC 21) ex USAAF 42-72185. To Peruvian International
					Airways in 1947 as OB-SAD-173.  Registered as N1476V in 1949.
					Bought by Union Aeromaritime de Transport Jan 21, 1950 as F-BFGR.
					Bought by Compagnie Autrex-Lopez-Loreta-Lebreton in 1952.
					Crashed at Elsines, near Bordeaux-Merignac, France after engine
					failure Feb 7, 1953.  6 of 22 onboard killed.
				39153 (c/n 10291/DC 22) ex USAAF 42-72186.  WFU and stored Dec 1946,
					broken up
				39154 (c/n 10292/DC 23) ex USAAF 42-72187.  To civil registry as N49537 with
					Pacific Overseas Airlines in 1948.  To Union Aeromaritime
					de Transport Dec 29, 1951 as F-BFVT.  DBR in landing at
					Fort Lamy, Tchad Jun 3, 1955.
				39155 (c/n 10293/DC 24) ex USAAF 42-72188.  WFU and stored Mar 1947.
					Broken up.
				39156 (c/n 10294/DC 25) ex USAAF 42-72189.  Sold to Transportes Aereos
					Benianos in 1964 as CP-747.  Fate uncertain
				39157 ex USAAF 42-72190
				39158 ex USAAF 42-72191.  To Pan American Airways as N88714 *Clipper Golden West*, later *Clipper
					Red Rover*
				39159 (c/n 10297) ex USAAF 42-72192.  By 1956 was N88706 of
					Northwest Airlines. 
				39160 (c/n 10304/DC35) ex USAAF 42-72199.  WFU and stored Feb 1947.  Broken up
				39161 (c/n 10305/DC36) ex USAAF 42-72200.  WFU and stored Mar 1947.  Broken up
				39162 (c/n 10306/DC37) ex USAAF 42-72201. Bought by Pennsylvania Central
					Airlines in 1946 and registered N53487.  Became Capital Airlines Apr 21,
					1948.  Plane named "Capitaliner Canton 429.  Bought by T. D. Keegan
					Ltd Dec 1, 1960 and registered G-ARIC.  Transferred to Trans World
					Leasing Ltd Jan 1961.  Bought by Field Aircraft Services Jun 24, 1961.
					Leased by World Wide Aviation Ltd Jun 22, 1971, returnedNov 1, 1961. 
					Bought by Congolese AF Apr 1969, registered 9O-RIC, reserialed 9Q-RIC
					Damaged on the ground by another C-54 9Q-PCW (ex 42-72194) N'Dolo, Leopoldville
					Jun 1964.  WFU and stored 1966. 
				39163 ex USAAF 42-72202 (c/n 10307) by 1955 was ZS-BWN "Swartberg"
					of South African Airways.  To F-BJHG with UAT Union Aeromaritime de Transport, To TU-TBJ with Air Afrique.
					Noted with Chad AF as 10307 then as TT-EAF with Air Tchad.  Noted dumped at N'Djamena in Aug 2011.
				39164 ex USAAF 42-72203 (c/n 10308) by 1955 was N4269 "Skycruiser
					New York" of Colonial Airlines
				39165 (c/n 10318/DC49) ex USAAF 42-72213.  To WAA in 1946.  Registered N34565.
					Transferred to US Department of Commerce in 1946 as N5288N.
					Leased by Transocean Airlines Aug 1, 1952.  Subleased by Airwork
					Ltd Mar 1955, returned to Transocean Dec 1955.  Returned to US
					Department of Commerce 1957.  Transferred to CAA Oct 4, 1957,
					reregistered to FAA.  Bought by International Air Freighters
					in 1958 and registered as CF-NWM.  Bought by Cubana in 1958
					and registered CU-T-785.  WFU and stored 1962.
				39166 ex USAAF 42-72214.  To Pan American Airways as N88931 *Clipper Quickstep* in 1947.
					To Cubana de Avacion in 1949 as CU-T397.  Crashed on takeoff Dec 6, 1952, Bermuda.
				39167 (c/n 10320) ex USAAF 42-72215.  By 1956 was N48762 of
					Northwest Airlines
				39168 (c/n 10321/DC52) ex USAAF 42-72216.  WFU and stored Jul 1947.  Broken up
				39169 (c/n 10322/DC53) ex USAAF 42-72217.  Bought by Cruzeiro do Sul
					Nov 4, 1946 named "Canopus" registered PP-CCJ.  Bought by
					Atlas Tire Company Jun 15, 1948 named "Sky Merchant" registered
					N37734.  Bought by California Eastern Airlines Mar 3, 1953
					registered N229A.  W/o Mar 27, 1953 when ditched in Pacific
					Ocean off San Francisco at night due to engine failure.  Aircraft stayed
					afloat for 5 1/2 hours.  All 4 onboard survived.
				39170 (c/n 10323) ex-USAAF 42-72218.  to Pan American Airways as N88932 *Clipper Matchless* 1947-1951.  
					Then CF-CUK, N9940F, EP-ADJ. Became KA-ADJ with Katanga rebels Nov 1962.
				39171 (c/n 10324/DC55) ex-USAAF 42-72219.  Bought by Pacific Overseas
					Airlines in 1946 as N49524.  Bought by Guest Aerovias Mexico 
					Oct 13, 1948 as XA-HEG>  Leased by Qantas Oct 31, 1955, returned
					to Guest Aerovias Mexico May 1, 1956.  Destroyed in crash landing
					after an inflight fire 13 km NNW of Puerto Somoza, Nicaragua
					Nov 15, 1956.  25 killed.
				39172 (c/n 10325) ex USAAF 42-72220.  By 1956 was N49529 of Northwest Airlines
				39173 ex USAAF 42-72221.  Sold on civilian market as N49539, OO-CBS, to Belgian 
					AF as KX-1, radio call sign OT-CWU. The project to convert the fuselage into a bar at the Chantilly restaurant was 
					abandoned having failed to obtain the necessary permits. Scrapped at Torhut, Belgium May 1984
				39174 ex USAAF 42-72222 (c/n 10327).  To Pan American Airways as N88933 *Clipper Winged Racer*.
					Sold to Canadian Pacific Airlines as CF-CPC in 1951.  Disappeared near
					Sitka, AK on flight from Vancouver, BC to Anchorage, AK enroute to Tokyo.
					6 crew and 31 passengers lost.  No trace ever found.
				39175 ex-USAAF 42-72232.  To civil registry as N49288, AP-ADL, N49288, HZ-AG, G-ASPN, ZS-IRE, 
					A2-ZGU, 9Q-CBP.  Was still flying, but now reported as reregistered 9Q-CWP and WFU.
					Was seen at Kinshasa, Congo stored after an uncontained engine fire.
				39176 ex-USAAF 42-72236.  To F-BFGQ.  To Peruvian International Airways as OB-SAC-172. Sold and re-registered 
					N1475V.
				39177 (c/n 10342, line no. DC 73) ex USAAF 42-72237.  To Pennsylvania
					Central Airlines in 1946 as N91068.  Destroyed after engine caught
					fire and fell off while landing at Washington National Airport
					Sep 12, 1946.
				39178 ex-USAAF 42-72238. To civil registry as OB-SAB-71, F-BFGP, TU-TBK (Air Afrique),
					and 5T-CJR (air Mauritanie).  Later re-registered N1474V
				39179 (c/n 7476/DO84) ex USAAF 42-107457.  To Colonial Airways as 'Skycruiser
					America" N93267 May 29, 1947.  Merged with Eastern Airlines.  To PSA in Jun 1956, 
					to Mercer Enterprises in 1961, to Arctic Coop Federation of Canada Dec 1969 as CF-QIX then
					C-FQIX in 1970 when bought by Air Commonwealth.  WFU and stored at Winnipeg, Canada.  
					Bought by Aero Trades Western in early 1979 then DBR Jun 1, 1979 at Thompson, Manitoba 
					when an engine caught fire after takeoff.  Plane landed with engine still on fire and plane was
					consumed by fire.
				39180 (c/n 7477/DO85) ex USAAF 42-107458.  Report that it hit top of Mt Tengo and crashed into 
					gorge 7.5 mi SW of Agana Airfield, Guam Sept 30, 1945.  7 killed.    
				39181 (c/n 10344) ex USAAF 42-72239.  To civil registry as N67566 with NASA
					Goddard Jan 1962.  Never had a NASA number.  Departed Feb 1965.  To 
					TJ-ABM (Cameroon Airlines, wfu)
39182/39191		Timm N2T-1 Tutor
39192/39291		Beech SNB-2 Navigator
				39194 (c/n 4213) at Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra, Australia.  Was ex VH-BJJ and VH-CLG
				39195 (c/n 4214) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts.
				39196 (c/n 4215) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N9196.
					Still active
				39197 (c/n 4216) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To N5877
				39202 (c/n 4231) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC as 1C235 May 9, 1970.
					To N40080.
				39203 (c/n 4232) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-5 c1949, as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ, probably used for parts only.
				39206 (c/n 4290) possibly hit by AAA and crashed July 8, 1952,
					2 parachutes observed.
				39208 (c/n 4292) remanufactured to SNB-5 c1954 (new c/n N-637).  Redesignated TC-45J Sep 18, 1963 then UC-45J Oct 14, 1964.
					To MASDC storage.  SOC Apr 30, 1968.  To N3484 with Atlanta Area Technical School
				39213 (c/n 4297) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  On display at Pima Air 
					and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				39217 (c/n 4333) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To N98119
				39219 (c/n 4335) converted to SNB-1P with vertical cameras.  remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated
					UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N3483.  To Texas Air Museum, Slaton, Texas
				39224 (c/n 4643) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90283.
				39226 (c/n 4645) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as
					N3765.  Rebuilt as Hamilton HA-1 Turbonliner at Tucson in 1969.  To civil registry as HB-GEG, N29471 
					and ZS-PRA.  As Beech Volpar Turboliner II ZS-PRA c/n 4645 w/o Sep 22, 1972 when crashed at Tembisa 
					township near Johannesburg-Jan Smuts.
				39228 (c/n 4647) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962. To civil registry as N6481S
				39230 (c/n 4649) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N9234.
				39231 (c/n 4650) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-5, then SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To N231PH with
					US Department of Public Health.  To US Department of Agriculture in aphid and screw worm eradication program.
					Noted in USDA storage in 1979. 
				39233 (c/n 4652) converted to SNB-2P.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co of Tucson, AZ
					for parts.  Noted in Hamilton storage in 1971. 
				39235 (c/n 4654) remamufactured by Beech as JRB-5 c1948, SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co of Tucson, AZ for
					parts.  Noted in 1973 in Hamilton storage compound
				39246 (c/n 4705) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N2207S
				39247 (c/n 4706) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts.
				39250 (c/n 4709) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90269
				39255 (c/n 4734) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6, SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts.  Noted
					1972 in Hamilton compound
				39256 (c/n 4735) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To Allied Aircraft Inc,
					Tucson, AZ in 1973.  Noted derelict there in 1976.
				39257 (c/n 4736) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co,
					Tucson, AZ for parts in 1968.  Noted derelict in Hamilton compound in 1973.
				39258 (c/n 4737) converted to SNB-2P, remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N40072
				39261 (c/n 4740) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts.  Seen
					derelict on Hamilton ramp Sep 10, 1976.
				39262 (c/n 4741) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts.  Noted
					derelict at Tucson in 1972.
				39265 (c/n 4784) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N49265.
					Seen displayed at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage-Lake Hood 2005-2006.  Seen at Southern Arizona
					Warbirds Museum, Avra Valley, Arizona Aug 2012.
				39266 (c/n 47885) converted to SNB-2), remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N40081.  On display at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana since 1993, painted as 447266
				39274 (c/n 5447) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-4, SNB-5 c 1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N19000.
				39275 (c/n 5448) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC as IC246 Nov 20, 1970.
					To N40082 with US Department of Agriculture.
				39278 (c/n 5491) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-5, SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To Allied Aircraft,
					Tucson, AZ by 1976.  Noted in Allied yard Sep 10, 1976.
				39281 (c/n 5494) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-3, SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to
					US Army as 39281.  To MASDC as ZA040 May 7, 1975.  To N67252
				39282 (c/n 5495) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-5, SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry 
					as N4847.  Rebuilt as Hamilton Turboliner.  Later N82FA, N704M.  Crashed during landing at Kansas City,
					MO Dec 5, 1983.
39292/39491		Budd RB-1 Conestoga
				39292/39308 c/n 001/017.  39309/39491 cancelled
				39292 (c/n 001) sold to NSF Jul 1945, to civil registry as NX41810, later NC41810.  Crashed in Fort Worth,
					Texas enroute to California.  Sold for $500 as a hamburger stand
				39293 (c/n 002) received temporary civil registry as NX37097.  Damaged beyond repair at Patuxent in 
					takeoff crash Apr 13, 1944 during NATC trials.  One killed, 6 injued, one uninjured.
				39294 (c/n 003) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45347.  Crashed in blizzard at Bluefield, Virgnia
					onto a golf course Jan 1, 1946.
				39295 (c/n 004) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45348.  Sold to user in Cuba
				39296 (c/n 005) made belly landing on wet grass Aug 7, 1944.  Minor injuries and repaired.
					Made water landing in Chesapeake Bay when engines cut out Aug 30, 1944 and was SOC.
				39297 (c/n 006) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC43549.  To Shell Ecuador as HC-SBE Jul 1945.
					Damaged beyond repair at Shell Mera May 15, 1946 in forced landing.  Used as local bar.
				39298 (c/n 007) to civil registry as NC41805.
				39299 (c/n 008) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45350.  To Shell Ecuador as HC-SBF Jul 1945.
					WFU Jul 23, 1946 due to wing fatigue problems.
				39300 (c/n 009) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45351.  To Shell Ecuador as HC-SBG (or SBH) Jul
					1945.  WFU Oct 1946 due to wing fatigue problems.
				39301 (c/n 010) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45352.  To Shell Ecuador as HC-SBH (or SBG) Jul
					1945.  WFU Aug 26, 1946 due to wing fatigue problems.
				39302 (c/n 011) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45353.  Crashed near Alameda, New Mexico Nov 7, 1945.
					Pilot and copilot killed and flight mechanic severely injured.
				39303 (c/n 012) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45354.  National Skyway became the Flying Tiger line
					in 1947. Sold to Tucker Motor Company to transport their car around the country for auto shows.
					Tucker went bankrupt Apr 19, 1949 and plane was sold.  Used to fly shrimp in from Mexico.  Last seen
					abandoned in 1980 at an airfield in Oakland, California.
				39304 (c/n 013) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45355.  To Expreso Aero Int of Havana as CU-C413,
					then to Trans Air Hawaii, LTD as N5619V.  Current status unknown.
				39305 (c/n 014) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45356.  National Skyway became the Flying Tiger line
					in 1947.  May have been the aircraft damaged on landing at Los Angeles IAP and donated to the airport
					fire department.
				39306 (c/n 015) to National Skyway Freight Corp as NC45357.  May have been the aircraft that crashed into
					a Detroit, Michigan graveyard Aug 25, 1945.
				39307 (c/n 016) sold on civilian market as NC33308 less than 6 months after
					construction.  Flown in Mexico for many years as XB-DUZ.
					Seized in mid-1960s by US government for smuggling.  Sat
					at Douglas, Arizona for many years before being sold at auction.
					Plane donated by the purchaser to Pima Air and Space Museum,
					Tucson, AZ.  Now awaiting restoration.
				39308 (c/n 017) to civil registry as NC33330.  Sold to Aerovisa Azteca in 1945.

39318/39368		Lockheed P2V-2 Neptune
				39320 converted to P2V-2S
				39323 damaged Jan 21, 1949 at Roosevelt Road, Puerto Rico.  Nosewheel collapsed
				39325 w/o 4/23/48 ditched off NAS Quonset Point, RI due to fuel exhaustion.
				39333 (VP-1) crashed Nov 24, 1948 in British Columbia.  Wreckage located 10/16/61.  9 killed.
				39334 (VP-4) damaged by errant 20-mm cannon round during gunnery practice May 24, 1950.
				39340 (VP-4) w/o 11/27/50 during training flight off NAS Barbers Point, HI after right wing separated.  5 killed.
				39351 (VP-812) overshot runway at NAS Kodiak, AK 5/19/51
				39353 w/o 6/21/48 NAS Whidbey Island, Wa due to midair fire and wheels-up landing
				39357	(VP-16) ditched Feb 27, 1953 in transit Bermuda to Lajes when engine failed
				39359 (VP-4) damaged during air to air gunnery practice Jun 7, 1952.
39369/39468		Lockheed P2V-2 Neptune
				Cancelled contract.

39492/39611		Curtiss R5C-1 Commando
				C-46As diverted to USMC from USAAF
				39492 (c/n 26429/CU69, ex USAAF 41-12302) stalled and crashed on landing NAS Anacostia DC;
					Bolling Field, DC Mar 24, 1943.  4 killed.
				39493 (c/n 26430/CU70, ex USAAF 41-12303)
				39494 may be ex 41-12336 (c/n 26463/CU103)
				39495 may be ex 41-12337 (c/n 26464/CU104)
				39496 may be ex 41-12341 (c/n 26468/CU108). WFU and stored.  Lineas Aereas Interpolar bought
					the plane Jul 1957, registered as CC-CIB-504, named El Roto Gallo,  Bought by
					Alfa Chile in 1964.  WFU and stored Santiago, Chile
				39497 (c/n 26469/CU109, ex USAAF 41-12342) w/o Feb 5, 1944, Pacific
				39498 (ex 41-12346, c/n 27473) to civil registry as N4084A with L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp,
					then to Transair, Torair, Fairline, Eurosa AB as SE-CFE, then to Coge Air, later Congo Frigo 
					as 9Q-CZE.
				39499 (ex 41-12347, c/n 26474) WFU and stored 1946
				39500 (ex 41-12348, c/n 26475) WFU and stored 1946.
				39501 w/o Apr 3, 1944, Pacific.
				39502 (c/n 26496/CU136, ex USAAF 41-12369) to Air Haiti as HH-AHA
				39503 may be ex 41-12370 (c/n 26497/CU137).  WFU and stored 1947
				39504 crashed south of Los Angeles Feb 2, 1945.  8 killed.  May be ex 41-12371 (c/n 26498/CU138)
				39507 (c/n 26593/CU233, ex USAAF 41-24672) was operated as a Blue Angels support aircraft in 1953.  To N4086F
				39509 (c/n 26656/CU296, ex USAAF 41-24735).  Bought by Marco Insustries Feb 1957 registered as N4087A.  
					Transportes Aéreos Peruanos (TAPSA) bought Jan 1958, registered OB-WAX-487, rereg. Jun 9, 1958 as OB-QAL-487. 
					DBR at Moyabamba, Peru whilst landing overran the runway and struck a radio mast Jan 4, 1959.
				39510 (c/n 26657/CU297, ex USAAF 41-24736) 
				39511 (c/n 26658/CU298, ex USAAF 41-24737) to N4089A of Marco
					Industries, Inc Feb 1957.  Bought by L. B. Smith Aircraft Sep
					1958, then to LAPSA as ZP-CAP.  Bought by M. T. Reina de
					Biagiola Mar 11, 1966.  Bought by Germa Inc Oct 5, 1966,
					named "Chandico".  Crashed Olavo Pato, San Juan, Argentina
					Dec 6, 1966
				39512 (c/n 26712/CU352, ex USAAF 42-3579, VMR-153) crashed SW of Kiangwan Airfield, Shanghai,
					China Apr 23, 1945.  No fatalities.
				39516 (c/n 26683/CU323, ex USAAF 41-24762) to L. B. Smith Aircraft
					Corp Jun 1958 as N4090A.  Converted to Super 46C.  Bought by
					Transcontinental SA Dec 1958.  Registered LV-PLX, reregistered
					Jan 13, 1959 as LV-FTX.  Leased to Austral (Compania Argentina de
					Transportes Aeros Saci of Buenos Aires) Dec 22, 1961.  Bought by
					TAM Bolivia in 1964.  Registered TAM-60 with Transportes
					Aereos Militares Ecuatorianos.  Crashed into Cunaticuta
					Mountains, La Paz, Bolivia Feb 17, 1971.   All 12 onboard killed.
				39517 (c/n 26684/CU324, ex USAAF 41-24763) to L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp
					as N46Q Jun 1958.  Bought by Associated Air Transport later
					in 1958.  Crashed short of runway at McGuire AFB, NJ
					Feb 13, 1960. All 57 onboard OK.
				39518 may be ex 41-24764 (c/n 26685/CU325).  Need confirmation
				39519 may be ex 41-24765 (c/n 26686/CE326).  Need confirmation
				39520 (c/n 26709/CU349, ex USAAF 42-3576) to USN Dec 13, 1943. To L. B. Smith
					Aircraft Corp in 1957, registered as N4094A.  Converted to Super
					C-46C.  In 1958 to Transportes Aereos Peruanos (TAPSA) and registered
					as OB-WAY-488, reregistered as OB-QAM-488 Jun 9, 1958.  Crashed on takeoff
					at Cuzco, Peru May 8, 1959.
				39521 (c/n 26688/CU328, ex 42-24767) 
				39522 (c/n 26687/CU327, ex 41-24766) 
				39523 (c/n 26710/CU350, ex USAAF 42-3577) assigned to USMC. Damaged McGuire AFB Aug 06, 1958, 
					repaired, sold to L.B.Smith Aircraft Corp. as N4095A.  Converted to CW-20T
					Super 46C.  In 1959 sold to Associated Air Transport of Miami, FL
					and registered as N46X.  Damaged Aug 6, 1958 when it overran an 
					embankment while landing at Cheyenne, WY.  Repaired and sold to
					Modern Air Transport of Trenton, NJ in 1960.  Sold in Mar 1961 to
					Transair Sweden AB as SE-CFG.  Leased to United Nations Dec 13, 1964
					and used to provide contract transport for the UN in the Belgian
					Congo.  Damaged in heavy landing at Bunia, Belgian Congo when the left
					main landing gear struck a sand ridge 100 feet short of the runway
					threshold.  Found to be beyond repair at Stanleyville, Congo Mar 06, 1966. Sold for scrap.
				39524 (c/n 26711/CU351, ex USAAF 42-3578) to N9070R (L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp)
				39525 (ex USAAF 42-3579) SOC Feb 8, 1945.
				39526 (ex USAAF 42-3580) to N4096A (L.B.Smith Aircarft Corp.), SE-CFD (Transair, Torair, 
					Fairline), 9Q-CRP.
				39527 (c/n 26714/CU354, ex USAAF 42-3581)  to Sociedad Aeronautica Medellin as HK-520.  To Taxi Aereo
					Opita/Aerolineas Tao 1964.  W/o at Aracuara Oct 17, 1964.
				39528 (c/n 26715/CU355, ex USAAF 42-3582, VMR-152) crashed into South Tahoma Glacier on Mt. Rainier, WA in bad 
					weather Dec 10, 1946 while in route from San Diego, California to NAS Sand Point, Seattle, Washington.
					Wreckage not found until July 1947.  32 killed.  Wreckage and bodies are still there as recovery was deemed
					to be too risky.  There were all sorts of rumors about this crash in the UFO community. 
				39529 (c/n 26716/CU356, ex USAAF 42-3583) to L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp as N4097A in 1959.
					Purchased by Aeromar Airlines in 1970 and registered as HI-197.  WFU and stored
					at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Bought by Jet Engine Support, Inc
					Sep 1974.  Bouthby Alas de Caribe Jun 1977.  Crashed after landing short
					at Rio Hacha, Colombia on a smuggling flight in 1980
				39530 (c/n 26717/CU357, ex USAAF 42-3584) SOC Jan 31, 1947
				39531 (c/n 26718/CU358, ex USAAF 42-3585) WFU and stored at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Jun 1946.
					Airmotive Supplies ferried it as N9595Z to Panama where it was sold
					to Aerovias de Panama SA, where it was registered as HP-358 when bought
					Mar 19, 1963.  Next registered as AN-ATA with LANICA (Lineas Aereas de Nicaragua)
					who bought it later in 1963.  WFU and stored at Managua, Nicaragua.
				39532 (c/n 26719/CU359, ex USAAF 42-3586) SOC Jun 30, 1947
				39533 (c/n 26720/CU360, ex USAAF 42-3587) SOC Nov 30, 1947
				39534 (ex USAAF 42-3618) wfu and stored 1957.
				39535 (ex USAAF 42-3620, VMR-153) ditched with VMR-153 3 miles w of MCAF Tsingtao,
					China Apr 30, 1948.  Submerged 9 hours before recovered.
				39536 (may be ex USAAF 42-3621) struck while parked at NAS San Diego Aug 23, 1945
					by TBM-3 25266 which had suffered loss of power during landing approach.
					Both aircraft destroyed by fire but all occupants escaped unhurt.
				39537 (may be ex USAAF 42-3622) to N9070 then to Nicaragua as AN-BGU
				39538 (ex USAAF 42-3619) to N4099A
				39539 (ex USAAF 42-3624) SOC Jan 31, 1947
				39540 (ex 42-3625, C/n 26758/CU398) to N10435 (American Airmotive Corp., Miami Airlines, 
					Imperial Airlines, Trans Atlantic Airlines, leased to United Nations), 
					N10200 (back to American Airmotive Corp., then Boreas Corp.), YV-C-TAN (Taxis 
					Aereos Nacionales), N11640 (TANCA)
				39541 (ex 42-3626, c/n 26759/CU399) to N33623, PP-CDP, PP-AKE 
					(R.E.A.L., then Varig and last ASL Arruda & Comercio)
					To N9514C, then to Servicios Aereos Especiales SA
					(SAESA) registered as XA-PEX, then to Westernair of
					Albuquerque, Inc (Aircraft Sales) of NM registered as
					N11807.
				39542 (ex 42-3667, c/n 26800/CU440) to N4083A, N711Q.  To LV-GGM, then PP-AKG (R.E.A.L. then Varig)
				39543 (ex 42-3597, c/n 26730/CU370) to N10432, YV-C-LBJ (LEBECA), YV-C-TGE (Tigres Voladores...which means Flying 
					Tigers!)
				39544 (ex 42-96659, c/n 30321/CU857) SOC Nov 30, 1946
				39545 (ex 42-96660, c/n 30322/CU858) SOC Jan 31, 1947
				39546 (ex 42-96661, c/n 30323/CU859) to N3943A
				39547 (ex 42-96662, c/n 30324/CU860) SOC Oct 31, 1946
				39548 (ex 42-96663, c/n 30325/CU861) to N7758B Aaxico Airlines, to LV-PEV (ferry registration) and
					then LV-GEB. 
				39549 (ex 42-96664, c/n 30326/CU862) SOC Dec 31, 1946
				39550 (ex 42-96665, c/n 30327/CU863, VMR-153) force landed in mud flats in China Apr 5, 1948.
				39551 (ex 42-96666, c/n 30328/CU864)
				39552 (ex 42-96667, c/n 30329/CU865) 
				39553 (ex 42-96668, c/n 30330/CU866)
				39554 (ex 42-96769, c/n 30431/CU967)
				39555 (ex 42-96770, c/n 30432/CU968)
				39556 (ex 42-96771, c/n 30433/CU969)
				39557 (ex 42-96772, c/n 30434/CU970)
				39558 (ex 42-96773, c/n 30435/CU971)
				39559 (ex 42-96774, c/n 30436/CU972)
				39560 (ex 42-96775, c/n 30437/CU973)
				39561 (ex 42-96776, c/n 30438/CU974, MTS-252) ditched 5 miles west of North Field,
					Guam after takeoff Jul 4, 1945.
				39562 (ex 42-96777, c/n 30452/CU988)
				39563 (ex 42-96778, c/n 30440/CU976)
				39564 (ex 42-101044).  To civilian registry as N13500. Sold to Transportes Aereos Nacionales de 
					Honduras as HR-TND. Sold to APSA of Peru as OB-R-829. Sold to Inair Panama as 
					HP-483. Scrapped at Tocumen.
				39565 (ex 42-96820, c/n 30482/CU1018). To Lineas Aerea Interpolar as CC-CIA-497.  Crashed into 10,000 foot
					mountain near Moro, Chile May 21, 1959.  4 crew and 4 passengers killed.
				39566 (ex 42-101084, c/n 30539/CU1075, VMR-252) lost both engines during landing approach
					to Tinker AFB, OK and force landed off end of
					runway Aug 4, 1950.
				39567 (ex 42-101059, c/n 30514/CU1050) to N7759B Aaxico Airlines, to LV-PEU
				39568 (ex 42-101061, c/n 30516/CU1052) WFU and stored Sep 1946.
				39569 (ex 42-101099, c/n 30554/CU1090) to Paraguay Air Services as ZP-CBM.  Ditched in sea off Aracruz, ES, Brazil.
						Dec 22, 1957.
				39570 (ex 42-101056, c/n 30511/CU1047) 
				39571 (ex 42-101070)
				39572 (ex 42-101076, c/n 30531/CU1067)
				39573 (ex 42-101077, c/n 30532/CU1068).  To N10427 Trans Artic Air (AK), then to Seaboard and Western
					on Apr 1961 until sold May 1971.  On February 21, 1973 as N10427 for
					Joanne Fashions, some time after leaving Barranquilla, the no.1 engine malfunctioned, 
					so the crew had to divert to Barrancabermeja, Colombia with a feathered prop.  While 
					turning to finals, the aircraft crashed and caught fire about 3km short of runway 03. PROBABLE 
					CAUSE: Sharp turn to the side of the dead engine caused the overloaded 
					aircraft to lose speed and lose control. 2 crew fatal.
				39575 (ex 42-101100, c/n 30555/CU1091)
				39576 (ex 42-101105, c/n 30560/CU1096)
				39577 (ex 42-101088, c/n 30543/CU1079) to N7760B Aaxico Airlines in
					1956, to Navegacao Aerea Brasileira May 2, 1959 as PP-NMC.
					VASP managed Feb 1962.  WFU and stored Santos Dumont, Rio
					de Janeiro, Brazil Apr 1965. Broken up in 1969.
				39578 (ex 42-101104, c/n 30559/CU1095)
				39579 (ex 42-101085, c/n 30540/CU1076, VMR-353) undershot landing at Tinian Jan 7, 1946.
				39580 (ex 42-101069, c/n 30524/CU1060) w/o May 24, 1945, Saipan
				39581 (ex 42-101097, c/n 30552/CU1088)
				39582 (ex 42-101086, c/n 30541/CU1077)
				39583 (ex 40-96813, c/n 30475/CU1011)
				39584 (ex 43-47008, c/n 79/CK56).  WFU and stored Mar 1945
				39585 (ex 43-47009, c/n 80/CK57).  Engine caught fire and lost wing near Palmer, MA
					Jul 10, 1946.  7 bailed out OK.
				39586 (ex 43-47010, c/n 81/CK58).  WFU and stored Jan 1947
				39587 (ex USAAF 43-47011, c/n 82/CK59).  WFU and stored.  In 1961 to civil registry as N4158A.
					Sold Aug 1962 to Aerovias Internacional Balboa as HP-344.  Sold in 1968
					to AFISA.  Sold in 1970 to Aeromar Airlines as HI-158.
					WFU and stored in 1976
				39588 (ex USAAF 43-47012, c/n 83/CK60).  WFU and stored.  To L. B. Smith Aircraft in 1956
					as N4159A.  Jun 1957 sold to Aviation Equipment Export.
					To Aeronorte Jul 1, 1957 as PP-NBM.  Aug 12, 1957 to 
					Navegacao Aerea Brasileira as PP-NAP.  Leased to Brasil
					Agripeco Importadora Nov 12, 1957.  Returned to Navegacao
					Aerea Brasileira Nov 12, 1958.  Managed by VASP Feb 1962.
					Sold to SAVA Jun 17, 1968.  WFU and stored Manaus, Brazil
					Aug 1973.
				39589 (ex USAAF 43-47013, c/n 84/CK61).  WFU and stored.  In 1961 to L. B.
					Smith Aircraft as N4163A.  Sold Aug 25, 1962 to Aerovias
					Boliviana Interandina as CP-712.  To Aero Taxis Orientales
					Apr 1963.  Crashed May 2, 1967, Incahuara, Bolivia.
				39590 (ex USAAF 43-47014, c/n 85/CK62).  WFU and stored at MASDC.
					Sold less engines.
				39591 (ex USAAF 43-47015, c/n 86/CK63).  WFU and stored.  To L. B. Smith
					in 1956 as N4164A.  Converted to CW-20T.  To Transair Sweden
					AB Jul 1957 as SE-CFC.  Leased to United Nations Dec 30, 1960.
					Returned to Transair Sweden AB Oct 18, 1961.  Leased to United
					Nations Feb 2, 1962, returned to Transair Jun 28, 1963.  Leased
					to Transair Congo Jan 17, 1964.  Transferred to United Nations
					Apr 15, 1964.  Returned to Transair Dec 1965.  Sold to
					Paraense Transportes Aereos May 1967 as PP-BUA.  Sold to
					Fairchild Hiller Corp Jun 4, 1969.  Sold to International
					Export and Import Jun 11, 1969 as N9020.  Seized by US
					Customs Service Feb 1971.  Sold to Transaereos Frimo
					as CP-960.  Transferred to Frigorificos Movima
					Jan 1972. WFU Oct 1977 and stored at La Paz, Bolivia.
				39592 (ex USAAF 43-47016, c/n 87/CK64).  (MTS-252) force landed at Hishi-no-Shima Nov 19, 1945.
				39593 (ex USAAF 43-47017, c/n 88/CK65).  WFU and stored Apr 1947 
				39594 (ex USAAF 43-47020, c/n 91/CK68).  Returned to USAF May 2, 1948.
				39595 (ex USAAF 43-47021, c/n 92/CK69).  WFU and stored at uncertain date.
				39596 (ex USAAF 43-47022, c/n 94/CK71).  W/o Jun 27, 1945 Ulithi, Pacific
				39597 (ex USAAF 43-47033, c/n 104/CK81).  WFU and stored May 1957
				39598 (ex USAAF 43-47025, c/n 96/CK73).  WFU and stored Jan 1947
				39599 (ex USAAF 43-47026, c/n 97/CK74).  WFU and stored Jul 1947.  To B-1507, to Air America as CA-2 Apr 1972,
					to B-1507 again ?
				39600 (ex USAAF 43-47027, c/n 98/CK75).  WFU and stored.  To L. B. Smith
					Aircraft as N4165A and converted to CW-20T.  Sold to Transair Sweden
					AB Jul 1957 as SE-CFB.  Leased to United Nations Sep 22, 1961.
					DBR while landing at Albertville, Belgian Congo Jun 8, 1962
				39601 (ex USAAF 43-47028, c/n 99/CK76).  WFU and stored Jul 1947
				39602 (ex USAAF 43-47029, c/n 100/CK77).  WFU and stored 
					Litchfield Park, AZ Jan 1957
				39603 (ex USAAF 43-47030, c/n 101/CK78).  WFU and stored.  To civil
					registry in 1955 as N7866B.  Sold to Aerovias Pancontinental
					Jul 1956 as LV-PAZ.  Reregistered as LV-FLF Aug 22, 1956.
					sold later in 1956 to Aerovias Buenos Aires.  Sold 1968 to Alas
					del Caribe as HI-189.  Sold 1973 to Aeromar Airlines.  WFU
					and stored Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.  Later in 1973
					sold to Canaan Amin.  DBR Aug 31, 1979 by Hurricane David at
					Santo Domingo. 
				39604 (ex USAAF 43-47040, c/n 111/CK88) returned to USAF at Hawaii May 21, 1948, but returned to Navy May 26, 1948
				39605 (ex USAAF 43-47041, c/n 112/CK89).  Registered as HK-63 and operated by Lineas Aerea
					Transalantica Colombia (LATCO).  W/o Mar 22, 1949 in a ground
					accident at Barranquilla-E Cortissoz Airport, Colombia.
				39606 (ex USAAF 43-47042, c/n 113/CK90)
				39607 (ex USAAF 43-47043, c/n 114/CK91) SOC Guam May 24, 1945.
				39608 (ex USAAF 43-47044, c/n 115/CK92) w/o May 24, 1945, Okinawa
				39609 (ex USAAF 43-47045, c/n 116/CK93) 
				39610 (ex USAAF 43-47046, c/n 117/CK94)
				39611 (ex USAAF 43-47047, c/n 118/CK95) to N10426, Ortner Air Service, Aaxico Airlines, Zantop, to 
					Florida Aircraft Leasing Corp., to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL 
					in 1948.
39612/39646		Lockheed R5O-6
				Produced as paratroop transports in midst of a batch of C-60A-5-LOs.
				c/n 14-2512/2531, 14-2578/2592
				39612 (c/n 14-2512) to J. W. Mecom as N5231N, N776J (NTU).  WFU asnd stored in scrapyard at Sharjah by Sep 1968. 
				39613 (c/n 14-2513) to civil registry as N58579 with Texas RR
					Equipment Co.
				39614 (c/n 14-2514) SOC Nov 3, 1943
				39615 (c/n 14-2515) WFU Jun 30, 1945
				39616 (c/n 14-2516) WFU Apr 3, 1947
				39617 (c/n 14-2517) to civil registry as NC70980, N9051.  Crashed near Durbin, Florida May 1, 1978 while smuggling.
				39618 (c/n 14-2518) WFU Apr 30, 1947.
				39619 (c/n 14-2519) to civil registry as NC79081, N79081, N508AS, N5088.  Cancelled Mar 21, 2013.
				39620 (c/n 14-2520) to NC47793
				39621 (c/n 14-2521) WFU Apr 30, 1947
				39622 (c/n 14-2522) to NC1230V.  Cancelled Mar 19, 1948
				39623 (c/n 14-2523) to NC1603M, OB-LAO-221.  To Peruvian AF
				39624 (c/n 14-2524) SOC for spares Jan 31, 1945
				39625 (c/n 14-2525) WFU Oct 31, 1947
				39626 (c/n 14-2526) to NC21763. Vonverted to 18-56
				39627 (c/n 14-2527) to civil registry as NC91033, N91033, N1046.
				39628 (c/n 14-2528) WFU Jun 31, 1946
				39629 (c/n 14-2529) overshot landing Nicholas Field, Philippines
					May 17, 1945.
				39630 (c/n 14-2530, FAW-16) in landing accident at Caravelas, Bahia, Brazil Nov 5, 1943.
				39631 (c/n 14-2531, FAW-6) encountered engine problems and crew
					bailed out 40 mi E of Seattle, WA Aug 19, 1943.
				39632 (c/n 14-2578) in takeoff accident at NOTS Inyokern, CA Mar 9, 1944.
				39633 (c/n 14-2579) WFU Apr 30, 1948
				39634 (c/n 14-2580) to civil registry as NC1151V, N1151V.  Converted to Learstar I in 1956.  To N80K, N706A,
					N120E, N512V.  Crashed Ypsilanti, Michigan Jan 14, 1965
				39635 (c/n 14-2581) WFU Apr 30, 1947
				39636 (c/n 14-2582)To N5601V, N7378, N11TP, N11TF, TV-HTM.  Crashed on takeoff at Tikal peten, near Guatemala
					City Dec 28, 1974.  Pilot very drunk
				39637 (c/n 14-2583) to civil registry as NC66120, N66120, N600K.  Converted to Learstar.  TO N174T, N711FN.
					Crashed near Placida, Florida Jan 11, 1974.  1000 kg of marijuana onboard.
				69638 (c/n 14-2584) WFU Apr 30, 1947
				39639 (c/n 14-2585) is often quoted as having gone to RAF as V9061 and then
					to BOAC as G-AGDC, but this is incorrect as V9061 was a direct
					purchase Hudson III with no US military identity.  This confusion
					is probably because both aircraft have c/n 2585, but V9061's c/n
					should be correctly stated as 14-2585.   WFU Sep 30, 1946 
				39640 (c/n 14-2586) To NC69008.  DBF at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, California Oct 22, 1949
			 	39641 (c/n 14-2587) WFU Dec 31, 1945
				39642 (c/n 14-2588) to civil registry as N1840M, N1840, N339. Crashed on takeoff from Meigs Field, Chicago,
					Illinois into Lake Michigan Nov 17, 1966.
				39643 (c/n 14-2589) WFU Apr 30, 1947
				39644 (c/n 14-2590) to XB-HUF
				39645 (c/n 14-2591) to civil registry as NC1150V, N1150V, N98W, N666MR, N666M.  Converted to Howard 250
					Oct 1964.  To N669M.  W/o on takeoff Pecos Muni AP, Texas Sep 4, 1973
				39646 (c/n 14-2592) to CU-P-16, CU-T16.  Crashed near Santa Clara, Cuba Sep 6, 1946.
39647/39712		Ryan FR-1 Fireball
				39650 used by NACA Ames between Feb 17, 1945 and Jun 1, 1947.
				39656 used by NACA Ames between Feb 17, 1945 and Jun 1, 1947
				39657 was used by NACA Ames between Feb 17, 1945 and Jun 1, 1947, and then as instructional airframe 
					at a technical school.  Later went under restoration to static display condition at Air
					Museum Planes of Fame, Chino, CA.  Rolled out at Chino Jun 13, 2008.
				39659 used by NACA Ames between Feb 17, 1945 and Jun 1, 1947
				39660 used by NACA Ames between Feb 17, 1945 and Jun 1, 1947
				39661 modified as XF2R-1 "Dark Shark"
				39663 force landed after takeoff from Mustin Field 
					NAAS 5/27/1945.
				39665 used by NACA Ames between Feb 17, 1945 and Jun 1, 1947
				39669 had engine failure near San Diego 10/10/1945.
					Pilot parachuted to safety.
				39677 (VF-41) in mid-air collision with 38696 near
					San Clemente Island 6/3/1946.  Pilot killed.
				39678 (VF-1E) force landed due to fuel exhaustion 
					12/17/1945
				39681 (VF-1E) hit barrier on CVE-116 after voluntary
					wave-off 3/4/1947.
				39684 (VF-1E) in low-altitude stall while landing San
					Diego FCLP 2/17/1947.
				39686 (VF-56) ditched off NAS San Diego 9/20/1945.
				39692 (VF-41) crashed at sea after waveoff during
					carrier qualification tests 11/07/1945.
				39695 (VF-41) force-landed near Brown Field, CA 
					11/20/1945.
				38696 (VF-41) in mid-air collision with 39677 near
					San Clemente Island 6/3/1946.  Pilot killed.
				39699 hit gunnery sleeve and crashed near Los
					Coronados Isl 4/2/1946.  Pilot killed.
				39707 was in San Diego Aerospace Museum, but was destroyed in a fire in 1978.
39713/39714		Ryan XF2R-1
				Cancelled contract
39515/39746		Ryan FR-1 Fireball
				Cancelled contract
39747/39748		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
				Model G-38
				c/n 1186/1187.  Lend-Lease for Cuban Navy as 56 and 57.
				39747 (c/n 1186) to Cuban Navy Jul 1942 as 56
				39748 (c/n 1187) to Cuban Navy Jul 1942 as 57.  Was General Fulgencio Batista's personal aircraft.
					To N2720A.  To CF-IFN, N8229, C-FPCK.  Crashed Nov 16, 2008 at South Thormanby Island, British Columbia.
39749/39998		Beech SNB-1 Kansas
				Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
				39749 (c/n 3210) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N16600
				39750 (c/n 3211) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N12718.  Still active
				39759 (c/n 3220) to Uruguayan Navy as A-210
				39762 (c/n 3223) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N91253.
				39763 (c/n 3224) to US Naval Attache in Canberra, Australia
				39767 (c/n 4408) modified to SNB-1P in 1947.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/1954
					Redesignated TC-45J in 1962   Acquired by US Army as TC-45J 39767.  Fitted with tricycle landing gear and 
					redesignated NC-45J.  In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL.  On civil registry as N45UC in 1994.
				39768 (c/n 4409) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/1954. To N90232.  At Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007
				39771 (c/n 4412) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/1954.  To N72401
				39772 (c/n 4413) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/1954.  To N90255
				39773 (c/n 4414) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/1954.  to N90270
				39777 (c/n 4418) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/1954.  to N90270
				39778 (c/n 4419) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/1954.  To N86421
				39779 (c/n 3298) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6, SNB-5.  Seen in Aircraft Specialties parts yard at Mesa,
					Arizona Oct 13, 1978.
				39780 (c/n 3299) to N2218S.  Seen in Hamilton storage yard, Tucson, AZ Sep 10, 1976
				39788 (c/n 4429) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Became N86415.  
					W/o during attempted crosswind landing at San Francisco IAP May 6, 1970 when undercarriage
					collapsed and aircraft caught fire.  Both crew members injured.
				39791 damaged when hit by C-36A 42-57215 while parked at Will Rogers Field, OK Nov 12, 1942
				39795 (c/n 4436) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N8238E
				39796 (c/n 4437) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To N72405/  Rebuilt as PAC Tradewind trigear.  To N156AB,
					N240MM, N250RM
				39798 (c/n 4439) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts in 1968.
				39801 (c/n 4442) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90281
				39806 (VMT-1) crashed on takeoff at Barksdale AFB, LA Sep 16, 1950
				39815 (c/n 4456) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as
					N2215S, CF-EHL, N42114
				39817 (c/n 4458) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts.
					Noted derelict in Tucson by 1972.
				39819 (c/n 4460) to civil registry as N1389N for On Mark Engineering in Los Angeles
					by 1957.  Re-registered as N450M by 1961.  Displayed at Randolph AFB Museum
					with false serial 4460 (which is its c/n).  Has just completed a restoration to static condition;
					is allegedly to be traded to the USAFM
				39823 (c/n 4464) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To N72421.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co., Tucson, AZ for parts.
					Noted derelict by 1976.
				39827 (c/n 4468) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90295.
				39829 acquired by US Army as TC-45J
				39840 (c/n 4481) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90276
				39841 (c/n 4482) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954   To Hamilton Aircraft Co of Tucson, AZ for parts.
					Noted derelict by 1972.
				39842 (c/n 4483) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co of Tucson, AZ.  Noted
					derelict by 1972.
				39845 (c/n 4486) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co of Tucson, AZ for parts.  Noted
					derelict by 1971.
				39847 (c/n 4488) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N86454.  Crashed and destroyed by fire, Maui,
					Hawaii Jan 15, 1966.
				39849 (c/n 4490) to civil registry as N6461C for Crowl Dusters, Inc of Phoenix, AZ in 1957.
					W/o Jul 4, 1959 when it ran out of gas and made a wheels-up emergency landing
					near Last Chance, CO
				39850 (c/n 4491) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90243
				39853 (c/n 4491) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N86418.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson,
					AZ for parts.  Noted derelict by 1976
				39862 (c/n 3554) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90242
				39863 (c/n 3555) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90297.  Seen in storage at Mesa, AZ Oct 13, 1978.
				39865 (c/n 3557) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Seen in storage at Hamilton, Tucson, AZ Sep 10, 1976.
				39869 (c/n 3561)
				39877 (c/n 3569) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as 
					N90296, N338A.  Groundlooped on landing at Youngstown Executive Airport, Ohio Apr 19, 1979.  2 crew unhurt.
				39881 (c/n 3573) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90240.
				39886 (c/n 3578) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90239.
				39887 (c/n 3579) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90248.
				39889 (c/n 3581) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  TO N90257
				39895 (c/n 3587) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Noted in Hamilton storage compound at Tucson,
					AZ Aug 11, 1971
				39898 (c/n 3590) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90245.
				39899 (c/n 3591) to US Coast Guard 1944.  Returned to US Navy 1945.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.
					To Litchfield Park, Arizona for disposal May 1961.  SOC Feb 1962.
				39901 (c/n 3593) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N72419
				39904 (c/n 3596) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 C/n 467 in 1950.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To N10AS
					in 1968.  SOC as scrapped or destroyed Jan 29, 1996.
				39909 SOC at RAF Mildenhall Aug 29, 1969, believed scrapped on site.
				39910 (c/n 3642) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton aircraft, Tucson, AZ for parts in 1968.
				39920 (c/n 3652) remanufactured by Beech to SNB-5 status. Noted derelict at Tucson Airport, AZ Aug 11, 1971.
				39922 (c/n 3654) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to US Army
					as UC-45J 39922 in 1968.  To MASDC in 1972.  To N65187, C-GRJE.  Crashed at Beatty, Nevada Mar 18, 1982.
					2 crew killed.
				39925 (c/n 3657) to civil registry as N75589 for Fairchild Camera and Instrument Co. until 1965.
					Damaged Dec 2, 1964 in taxi accident at Pacioma, CA.  Damaged Jun 20, 1970 at
					Lakeside, CA when nosed over on landing rollout.  Was initially registered with wrong 
					c/n of 3652. 
				39926 (c/n 3658) to civil registry as N2880D with Nevada Aero Traders of Las Vegas, NV by
					1957, then to Brian and Dennis Sanders, Santa Ana, CA by 1980.  In 1983 with Kermit 
					Weeks' Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, FL.  Still active
				39928 (c/n 3660) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To N2289
				39931 (c/n 3663) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry 
					as N9493.  Reported May 26, 1970 at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, FL.  Still active.
				39933 (c/n 3665) to N521, N52B.
				39934 (c/n 3666) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Seen derelict at Hamilton ramp at Tucson, AZ Sep 10, 1976.
				39935 (c/n 3667) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to US 
					Army as TC-45J 39935.  TO MASDC in 1971.  To N23052 in 1972.
				39938 (c/n 3670) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  TO N90290.
				39939 (c/n 3671) collided in midair with Cubana DC-4 CU-T188 (ex 42-72263) Apr 25, 1951 at Key West, FL. 
				39941 (c/n 3673) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N2205S 
				39942 (c/n 3674) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N940LT
				39944 (c/n 3676) to N531, N53B
				39945 (c/n 3677) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N2211S
				39947 (c/n 3679) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC as 1C238
					Jun 5, 1970.  To N40083
				39948 (c/n 3680) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N3787A
				39951 (c/n 3683) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Company, Tucson, AZ for parts 1968.
				39952 (c/n 3684) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  To civil registry as N498BH. Ditched in sea off Isla de Culebra, 
					Puerto Rico Aug 8, 2006.  Crew of 2 escaped, aircraft salvaged from shallow water.
				39954 (c/n 3686) to disposal in 1955.
				39956 (c/n 3688) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To storage at Hamilton
					Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1971.  To N495BN in 1972.  Abandoned in Reykjavik, Icland in 1972.
				39957 (c/n 3689) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6 c1953.  to civil registry as N86497.  
					At Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, CA Oct 2007, in a collection of movie props.
				39958 (c/n 3690) seen derelict on Hamilton ramp at Tucson Airport, Arizona Sep 10, 1976
				39959 (c/n 3714) to N86417
				39966 (c/n 3721) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90256
				39969 (c/n 3724) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  to N90286
				39977 (c/n 3732) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  to N90277
				39979 (c/n 3754) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6.  Noted derelict on Hamilton ramp at Tucson airport, 
					Arizona Sep 10, 1976.
				39980 (c/n 3755) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N9980.
				39982 (c/n 3757) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  to civil registry as N9656.  
				39988 (c/n 3763) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Noted at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami,
					Florida in 1971
				39995 (c/n 3770) remanufactued by Beech as JRB-6.  To N72407.  Converted at Burbank as 5th single Fin Tradewind
				39998 (c/n 3773) to civil registry as N7775B.  Ultimate fate obscure.