US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (39999 to 50359)


Last revised March 22, 2014


39999/43137		Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat
				40013 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				40037 in midair collision with F6F-3 40038 during night flying practice out of NAS Kahului, Maui,
					Hawaii Nov 25, 1943.  Pilot survived.
				40038 in midair collision with F6F-3 40037 during night flying practice out of NAS Kahului, Maui,
					Hawaii Nov 25, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				40111/40120 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV100/JV109
					40113 (JV102) crashed near HMS Emperor Aug 22, 1944 after pilot
						bailed out when one undercarriage leg failed to lower.
						Pilot rescued.
					40118 (JV107) crashed of Smolen Island, Norway May 8, 1944 after
						pilot bailed out when aircraft was damaged by enemy
						fighters.  Pilot subsequently drowned.
				40266/40285 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV110/JV119
					40266 (JV110) fell over side into sea while taxying on HMS Emperor
						Aug 22, 1944.  Pilot rescued.
				40421/40430 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV120/JV129
					40427 (JV126) after shooting down Ju 52 on approach to Maleme
						Oct 4, 1944, aircraft suffered undercarriage failure,
						forcelanded in Turkey and was SOC.
				40467 (c/n A-1733) reported in 1969 at Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL
				40597/40605 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV130/JV139
					40599 (JV133) made belly landing near Stretton Mar 24, 1944.  Pilot
						survived but aircraft DBR
					40601 (JV135) returned to HMS Emperor from operation off Norway
						May 14, 1944 with undercarriage jammed halfway.  Pilot bailed
						out but drowned, and aircraft crashed into sea.
				40631 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				40713 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				40771/40780 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV140/JV149
					40771 (JV140) crashed into sea after attacking oil tanks at Khjen,
						Norway May 9, 1944 while operating from HMS Emperor.  Pilot
						bailed out was never found
					40773 (JV142) while landing on HMS Indomitable Jul 24, 1944, caught
						no 4 wire which parted, aircraft went through two barriers and
						fell overboard into sea.  Pilot rescued.
					40775 (JV144) bounced when landing on HMS Khedive Apr 10, 1945, missed
						wires, floated over barrier into parked Hellcats JV298 (58996) 
						and JW719 (70034) and went overboard into sea.  Pilot and
						three seamen on deck killed.
					40777 (JV146) spun in off steep turn and crashed at Black Abbey,
						Northern Ireland Jul 2, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					40778 (JV147) while landing on HMS Emperor May 6, 1944, hook pulled
						out and aircraft collided with island of carrier.  DBR.
					40780 (JV149) shot down in flames by flak Oct 11, 1944 while attacking
						enemy shipping in Euripo Channel, Greece.  Pilot killed.
				40860 (NOTS) fired rocket exploded on starboard wing and crashed into Salton Sea, CA Jun 20 1944.  Pilot killed
				40946/40955 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV150/JV159
					40946 (JV150) crashed into mountainside at Kaafjord, Norway Aug 22, 1944
						while flying through smokescreen during attack on flak sites
						in support of operation against battleship Tirpitz.  Pilot killed.
					40949 (JV153) failed to pull out from attack on train near Befiers
						Aug 22, 1944.  Struck ground and exploded.  Pilot killed
					40954 (JV158) while landing on HMS Indomitable Aug 23, 1945, caught
						no 3 wire but wires malfunctioned and aircraft went over side
						into sea.  Pilot killed
				40971 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41022 in taxi collision Sep 6, 1945 at NAS Melbourne, FL
				41069 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41106 ditched in Klamath Lake, OR Apr 19, 1945.  Pilot rescued.  Aircraft heavily
					damaged but recovered.
				41121/41130 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV160/JV169
					41122 (JV161) collided with Hellcat JV166 (41127) and crashed during
						exercise from Stretton Mar 15, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					41127 (JV166) collided with Hellcat JV161 (41122) and crashed during
						exercise from Stretton Mar 15, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				41306/41325 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV170/JV189
					41310 (JV174) crashed near Magilligan Point Range Aug 2, 1945
						when failed to pull out from strafing run.  Pilot killed
					41312 (JV176) made wheels-up landing 1 mi NE of Greencastle,
						Eire Jun 24, 1945 after fuel system problem.  Recovered
						and transported by road to Northern Ireland Jul 6, 1945,
						subsequently to Shorts at Belfast for repair, but declared
						DBR after examination and w/o.
					41314 (JV178) collided with Hellcat JV194 (previous BU uncertain)
						during dummy attack on HMS Formidable Aug 3, 1944 and
						crashed into sea.  Pilot killed.
					41315 (JV179) went into barrier and aircraft park when landing
						on HMS Emperor Nov 3, 1944 and SOC.
					41318 (JV182) crashed following collision with Hellcat
						FN376 (25784) during exercise from Eglinton May 18, 1944.
						Pilot killed.
					41321 (JV185) curing operation over Norwegian coast from HMS
						Indefatigable Aug 24, 1944, was seen spinning and emitting
						smoke before crashing into Sakhovarre Mountain.  Pilot killed.
				41436 (F6F-3K) drone aircraft with check pilot onboard on final dove into water and burned Jun 9, 1946.  Pilot lost
				41472 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41476 was on display at MCAS Quantico, VA.  In 2009 at Evergreen
					Air Museum.
				41525 (VF-20) crashed into Koolau Mountains 4 miles from Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii during
					practice rocket run Jun 15, 1944.  Pilot killed.  Two days
					later the crash site was located and items and remains from the
					wreckage were collected and buried at the site.  Human remains
					were found in soil recovered from the site Sept 2006.
				41530 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41572 (VBF-98) crashed at sea off Makassar Straight CVE-91 9/12/1945.  Pilot killed.
				41621 (VF-18, USS Independence) lost at sea along with 58254 from USS Intrepid while
					returning from attack mission near Luzon, Philippines Oct 29, 1944.  Following
					attack on Clark Field, the planes returned to the carrier group and encountered a
					severe storm.  Aircraft were waved off and instructed to circle.  58254 radioed
					that 41621 was with him and that they were making a water landing.  Neither
					aircraft nor pilots were ever seen again.
				41637 (VF9N) overshot landing at NAAS Kingsville, TX Sept 1, 1945 and nosed over.  Pilot OK.
				41638 (VF-87, USS Charger) missed landing Oct 15, 1944, went over the portside.  Tail section
					caught in the catwalk, but font of the aircraft broke off and fell into water and sank.
					Pilot escaped without injury.
				41691 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41704 (VF-8) disappeared along with 66033 while on training flight  Sep 27, 1944.  Believed
					to have been mid-air collision.
				41834 (c/n A-3100) Served with VF-15 on USS Hornet, later VF-3 where it sustained damage in a wheels-up
					landing at NAS Barbers Point, HI.  After repair assigned o VF-83 where it was used in a training
					role until Feb 21, 1945.  After numerous transfers converted to F6F-3K target drone and painted red.  Used
					in support of Operation Crossroads series of nuclear tests in the Pacific.  Transferred to NAS Norfolk
					and made last flight Mar 25, 1947.   Assigned to National Air Museum Nov 3, 1948 and moved to storage 
					in 1960 at the Paul Garber Restoration Facility, Suitland MD.  Loaned to USS Yorktown Museum at Charleston,
					South Carolina in 1976.  Returned to NASM Mar 16, 1982.  In 1983 sent to Grumman Aerospace for complete
					restoration.  In 1985 shipped back to the Garber Restoration and Storage Facility.  Noted
					Dec 2005 in Udvar-Hazy faciliy of NASM, Chantilly, VA
				41851 (WF-9) stalled during landing at Valkaria Satellite Field 9/7/1945.
				41872 crashed in training accident near Covelo, CA Mar 20, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				41903 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41930 (c/n A-3196) became N6096C.  Later became N103V.  Reported 1981 at Champlin
					Fighter Museum, Mesa, AZ.  Noted as N30FG at Planes of Fame Jan 13, 2002.
				42153 (VF-100) while on routine night formation flight over Oahu TH. from Barber's Point NAS entered overcast 
					and was not seen  again 23 Jun 23, 1945. Burning wreckage spotted after daylight in the rugged
					Ko'olau mountain range 7 miles from the Kahuku airfield.  Land party was able to reach the wreckage after 3 days
					of trailblazing.  Aircraft was completly destroyed.  Due to the extreme terrain and climate, pilot's remains 
					were buried at the scene.
				42167 crashed off USS Solomons 15 January 1946
				42181 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				42332/42344 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV186/JV208
					42339 (JV203) broke up in air following flak hit during attack
						on battleship Tirpitz in Kaafjord, Norway Aug 24, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					42340 (JV204) hook knocked off on rounddown while landing on
						HMS Speaker Dec 18, 1944, went into barrier and overturned.
						Declared DBR.
				42393 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				42394 (VF-29, USS Cabot) destroyed in carrier landing Oct 29, 1944.  Pilot suffered serious
					burns in ensuing fire.
				42537 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				42598 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoone in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				42623 crashed Hilton, California Jun 9, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				42692 (VF-13, USS Franklin) lost due to faulty catapult shot SW Pacific Oct 29, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				42732 in midair collision with 42981 near Point Arena, CA, Jul 18, 1944.  Both pilots parachuted to safety.
				42746 collided with tail of B-25 during ferry flight and crashed 5 mi N of Rodeo, NM.  Pilot bailed out but
					did not survive the jump.
				42782 ditched during carrier qualifications Sep 30, 1944 125 mi SE of 
					Nantucket Island.  Located by submarine *Alvin* Sep 24, 1968
				42845/42857 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV209/JV221
					42850 (JV214) crashed and burned out 2 mi N of Armoy, Northern
						Ireland Oct 16, 1944 after tail cut off by Hellcat
						FN405 (26058) while flying in box formation in cloud.
						Pilot killed.
					42857 (JV221) dove into ground, caught fire, and burned out
						2 mi S of Puttalam vilage during dive bombing
						demonstration May 4, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				42874 operated by NACA from 1945 until 1960 as NACA 158.  Now on display at the San Diego Air Museum.
				43014 reported May 2006 to be under restoration at Fantasy of Flight,
					Polk City, FL
				43102 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				43112 (VF-44) damaged by AAA and ran out of fuel while returning from mission Nov 14, 1944.
					Landed in water and pilot was rescued.
43138/43637		Boeing/Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet
				c/n 75-8232/8731 ex USAAF 42-109199/109698.
				43138 (c/n 75-8232) became N5729N.  Sold to owner in Austria Fab 2008
				43156 (c/n 75-8250) at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				43181 (c/n 75-8275) to civil registry as N75652, then YHS-135P.  Registered to
					Canadian user as CF-AHA.
				43184 (c/n 75-8278) flipped over on its back at Peterson Field, CO Sep 2, 1943.
				43192 (c/n 75-8286) was registered as N1616M, cancelled in 2011 and exported to Brazil.
				43220 (c/n 75-8314) ex USAAF 42-109281 to civil registry as N9399H,
					cancelled Nov 5, 1988.  To VH-USE May 8,1991.
				43281 (c/n 75-8375) ex USAAF 42-109351.  To VP-KRR.
				43284 (c/n 75-8378) ex USAAF 42-109354.  On civil registry as N42PT
				43293 (c/n 75-8387) to N42PT.  Modified to PT-18 standard with Jacobs engine.  Flies i blue and yellow USAAC
					markings.
				43375 (c/n 75-8469) to civil registry as N65668.
				43381 (c/n 75-8475) to civil registry as B-75-A75-N1 as N4493N
				43390 became N1325M.  Noted Apr 2003 stored at Tibenham, England.
				43405 (c/n 75-8499) ex USAAF 42-109466, c/n 75-8499 to civilian market as N43405.  To Greek civil registry
					Greece as SX-EAZ, then SX-AGI.  Preserved at Sedes AB, Greece.  Cancelled as SX-AGI in 2013
					and sold to French owner.
				43447 (c/n 75-8541) to civil registry as N75849.
				43451 (c/n 75-8545) ex USAAF 42-109512.  To civil registry as N66557.
				43449 (c/n 75-8543). Became N5619N, then CF-XRD, then G-AZLE Dec 29, 1971
				43470 (c/n 75-8564) became N9082H.  Sold to owner in Austria Feb 2008
				43517 ex USAAF 42-109578.  To civil registry as N4325, now G-NZSS, operated by Anglian
					Aircraft Co, Ltd at Swanton Morley, England in USAAF colors with 
					false tail number of 343251.
				43530 (c/n 75-8624) registred as N4968V
				43543 (c/n 75-8637) registered as N1339M
				43576 (c/n 75-8670) to civil user in Jamaica as 6Y-JFE.  Registration cancelled Oct 1972.
				43593 (c/n 75-8687) became CC-PZU and re-registered as CC-LGO of Club Aereo Valparaiso.
				43607 (c/n 75-8701) became N5685N.  Registered May 30, 2008 to
					Sasair Inc of Quebec as C-FRGO
				43615 (c/n 75-8709) registered as N3976B
				43632 (c/n 75-8726) became N53545 then C-GVHF.  Reported sold to
					owner in Australia July 2007.  Registered Jan 15, 2008 as
					F-AZSH
43638/44037		North American SNJ-5 Texan
				Ex-USAAF AT-6Ds transferred to US Navy
				43638/43711 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34373/34446
					43639 (c/n 88-15304, ex USAAF 41-34374) registered as N8151.  Planned to
						be displayed in a proposed Glendale Aircraft Museum at 
						Glendale Apt, AZ
					43642 (c/n 88-15307) to Spanish AF as C.6-161.  Sold April 1982,
						became N2960T, then F-AZDM.  Crashed at Coulommiers, France Jun 11, 1984
					43667 restored as N3146G in 1975 and current as N43AF
					43689 flying as N502 registered to Walter Ohlrich of Virginia Beach, VA.
					43709 flying as N7055K.  Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora, IL, 8-5-95
				43712/43741 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34453/34482
					43724 (c/n 88-15665) was former USAAF 41-34459.  Registered N1045C in 1977 and to N62724. 
					43725 (c/n 88-15666) was former USAAF 41-34460.  To civil registry
						as N1666T
					43732 flying as N214MB.  Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora, IL, 8-5-95
					43736 (c/n 88-15677) was former USAAF 41-34471.  To civil registry as N3259G.
						Registration N7861B reserved Sep 10, 2008, taken up Sep 30, 2008.
						Damaged Jan 16, 2009 on Merritt Island, FL when pilot
						lost directional control and plane ground-looped.
				43742/43761 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34503/34522
					43754 (c/n 88-15735) to Spanish AF as C.6-143
					43756 (c/n 88-15737) to Spanish AF as C.6-141.  Sold Apr 1982,
						became N29942, later N350HT, then N732WB, later N350NT.
				43762/43781 ex USAAF AT-6D 41-34523/34542
					43763 (c/n 88-15754, ex 41-34524) to civil registry as N7300C, with Commemorative Air Force at El Cajon,
						California in 2012.
					43766 (c/n 88-15757, ex 41-34527) to civil registry as
						NX3242G.  Converted as Kate replica for filming of 
						movie 'Tora!Tora!Tora!', also used in filming of
						movie 'Pearl Harbor'
					43767 (c/n 88-15758) to Spanish AF as C.6-121.  Sold, became N9815C
					43771 (c/n 88-15762, ex 41-34532) to N43771.  Noted at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
					43779 (c/n 88-15770, ex 41-34540) registered as N3645F
				43782/43811 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34576/34605
					43794 (c/n 88-15838) to Spanish AF as C.6-153.  Sold May 1983, became N39403
				43812/43840 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34626/34654
					43813 (c/n 88-15898) to Spanish AF as C.6-146
				43841/43850 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84172/84181
				43851/43890 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84242/84281	
					43855 ex USAAF 42-84246) to civil registry as N3670F
					43857 (c/n 88-16029) to Spanish AF as C.6-144.
					43859 (c/n 88-16031) to Spanish AF as C.6-128.  Noted stored at Cuatro
						Vientos Nov 2003.
					43884 (c/n 88-16056) to Spanish AF as C.6-150.  Sold Apr 1982,
						Became N29937. Reregistered from N29937 to N43884 Jan 5, 2004
				43891/43910 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84342/84361
					43906 (c/n 88-16138) to Spanish AF as C.6-147.  Sold Apr 1981, became
						N9060R
				43911/43921 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84392/84402
				43922/43951 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84423/84452
					43928 (c/n 88-16210) to Spanish AF as C.6-174.  Sold May 1983, became N39310,
						later N817P
					43942 (c/n 88-16224) to Spanish AF as C.6-134.  Sold May 1983, became
						N3931Z.  Registration N217RK Jun 8, 2006
				43952/43981 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84513/84542
					43966 (c/n 88-16308) to Spanish AF as C.6-127.  To Chilean AF Museum as
						'237'
					43967 (c/n 88-16309) to Spanish AF as C.6-140.
					43974 (c/n 88-16316. Ex 42-84535) to civil registry as N7969C
				43982/44011 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84603/84632
					44008 was flown by the Blue Angels
				44012/44037 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84683/84708
					44017 (c/n 88-16469) with Colombian AF as FAC777 and then as HK-2049P on display in Museo Aereo Fenix,
						Cali-Alfonso Bonilla Aragon, Colombia.
44038/44187		Vultee SNV-2 Valiant
				ex-USAAF 44-32011/32160
				44177 (ex 44-32150) to civil registry as N61483.
44188/44227		Boeing-Canada PB2B-1 Catalina 
				license-built PBY-5 built by Boeing of Canada for RAF and New Zealand as Catalina IVB.
				44188/44201 to RAF as JX586/JX599
				44202 (c/n 61108) to New Zealand Nov 27, 1944 as Catalina IVB NZ4055. 
					Withdrawn from service Apr 1954 and stored at Hobsonville.  Declared 
					surplus in 1956 and sold to civilian user who intended to convert it
					into a pleasure boat.  Towed to Whangateau where wings were removedand
					then taken by road to Wellsford and parked on owner's property.
					Sold to a scrap merchant in late 1960s. 
				44203 (c/n 61109) to New Zealand Nov 1944 as Catalina IVB NZ4056.  Returned to Hobsonville
					from Lauthala Bay, Fiji Nov 12, 1952 for storage but was declared
					unfit for flying.  SOC Jan 29, 1953 and reduced to spares.
				44206/44219 to RAF as JX600/613.
					44217 (c/n 61123, JX611) to RAAF as A24-206.  Blown up by depth charges,
						Darwin, Jun 20, 1945.
					44218 (c/n 61124, JX612) to RAAF as A24-201.  Sold to Butler Air Trans.
						Oct 21, 1946.  
					44219 (c/n 61125, JX613) to RAAF as A24-204.  Crashed Truscott Area, WA 
						Jan 29, 1945  
				44223 (VRF-3) water-looped on takeoff 5/6/1946 NAS Corpus Christi
				44224/44227 to RAF as JX614/619
					44224 (c/n 61130, JX614) to RAAF as A24-205. Crashed on takeoff Darwn
						Aug 9, 1945.
					44225 (c/n 61131, JX615) to RAAF as A24-203.  Failed to return from
						Pescadores Mar 7, 1945. 
					44226 (c/n 61132, JX616) to RAAF as A24-202.  Sold to Butler Air Trans
						Oct 21, 1946.
					44227(c/n 61133, JX617) to RAAF as A24-200.  Sold 1953.
44228/44294		Boeing-Canada PB2B-2 Catalina 
				License-built PBY-5 built by Boeing of Canada for RAF and RAAF as Catalina VI.
				44228/44237 to RAF as JX618/627
					44228 (c/n 61134, JX618) to RAAF as A24-305.  Sold to Asian Airlines PTy
						Jan 30, 1948.
					44229 (c/n 61135, JX619) to RAAF as A24-300.  Sold to Qantas Empire
						Airways Oct 28, 1946.
					44230 (c/n 61136, JX620) to RAAF as A24-302.  Sold to Airmotive Supply
						Corp, NY May 18, 1953.
					44231 (c/n 61137, JX621) to RAAF as A24-303.  Sold to Asian Airlines Pty
						Jan 3, 1948.
					44232 (c/n 61138, JX622) to RAAF as A24-307.  Sold to Airmotive May 18, 1953.
					44233 (c/n 61139, JX623) to RAAF as A24-306.  Sold to Qantas Dec 10, 1946.
					44234 (c/n 61140, JX624) to RAAF as A24-301.  Hit submerged reef and
						sank Dec 3, 1945, Jinamoc
					44235 (c/n 61141, JX625) to RAAF as A24-308.  Damaged by AAA off 
						Timor Jul 22, 1945.
					44236 (c/n 61142, JX626) to RAAF as A24-309.  Sold to Qantas Dec 12, 1946.
					44237 (c/n 61143, JX627) to RAAF as A24-304.  Sold to Poulson and Middlemiss
						Oct 21, 1946.
				44238/44245 retained by US Navy.  Several
					operated by US Army under naval designations and serials.
				44244 (VH-2) sank when hit by large swell during landing
					7/27/1945, South Pacific.  6 killed 3 injured.
				44246/44280 to RAF as JX628/662
					44246 (c/n 61152, JX628) to RAAF as A24-370.  Damaged at Laban Island reef
						Aug 18, 1945.  Scrapped Nov 1945.
					44247 (c/n 61153, JX629) to RAAF as A24-363.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44248 (JX630, c/n 61154) to RAAF as A24-385.  To civilian market as VH-AGB (not taken up) and
						later VH-ASA.  Sold to Airmotive Supply in 1953.  On static display at 
						Powerhouse Museum NSW, Australia.
					44249 (c/n 61155, JX631) to RAAF as A24-373.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44250 (c/n 61156, JX632) to RAAF as A24-382.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44252 (c/n 61158, JX634) to RAAF as A24-386.  Sold to Airmotive May 18, 1953.
					44253 (c/n 61159, JX635) to RAAF as A24-378.  Wrecked Lord Howe Is Jun 24, 1949.
					44254 (c/n 61160, JX636) to RAAF as A24-368.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44255 (c/n 61161, JX637) to RAAF as A24-376.  Sold to Butler Air Transport,
						Oct 11, 1946.
					44256 (c/n 61162, JX638) to RAAF as A24-365.  Crashed SE of Mindanao
						Oct 10, 1945.
					44257 (c/n 61163, JX639) to RAAF as A24-381.  Crashed off Lord How IS
						Sept 28, 1948.
					44258 (c/n 61164, JX640) to RAAF as A24-374.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953
					44259 (c/n 61165, JX641) to RAAF as A24-371.  Sold to Qantas as VH-EDB in 1946
					44260 (c/n 61166, JX642) to RAAF as A24-379.  Sold to Qantas 1946.
					44261 (c/n 61167, JX643) to RAAF as A24-361.  Sold to F. H. Bridgewater
						Sept 27, 1946.
					44263 (c/n 61169, JX645) to RAAF as A24-383.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44264 (c/n 61170, JZ646) to RAAF as A24-366.  Sold on civil market in 1946.
					44266 (c/n 61172, JX648) to RAAF as A24-358. Damaged by hailstones at
						Rathmines Apr 25, 1946.  Sold Oct 1946.
					44270 (c/n 61176, JX652) to RAAF as A24-375.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44278 (c/n 61184, JX660) to RAAF as A24-352.  Sold to Airmotive 1953.
					44279 (c/n 61185, JX661) to RAAF as A24-350.  Sold to P. G. Taylor
						Oct 23, 1946.
					44280 (c/n 61186, JX662) to RAAF as A24-372.  Loaned to Qantas in 1948 as
						VH-EAW.  Expldded Rose Bay, Lord Howe Island Aug 27,1949.
					All but 13 transferred to Australia as A24-301/309 and A24-350/386
				44276 (VRF-3) tore loose from mooring and drifted into
					another PB2B-2 and sank near ramp 2/21/1945.
				44281 (c/n 61187) to RAF as JZ828.  To RAAF as A24-353. 
				44282 (c/n 61188) to RAF as JZ829.  To RAAF as A24-354.  To Qantas in 1946 as VH-ALN.
				44283 (c/n 61189) to RAF as JZ830.  To RAAF as A24-380.  Sold to Airmotive 1953.
				44284 (c/n 61190) to RAF as JZ831.  To RAAF as A24-357.  Sold to Qantas 1946.
				44285 (c/n 61191) to RAF as JZ832.  To RAAF as A24-356.  Sold to Mr. Carr 1946.
				44286 (c/n 61192) to RAF as JZ833.  To RAAF as A24-351.  Sold Dec 13, 1946.
				44287 (c/n 61193) to RAF as JZ834.  To RAAF as A24-369.  Sold to Poulson and
					Middlemiss in 1946 as VH-BRA.
				44288 (c/n 61194) to RAF as JZ835.  To RAAF as A25-362.  Sold to Butler Air
					Transport in 1946.
				44289 (c/n 61195) to RAF as JZ836.  To RAAF as A24-355.  To Quantas in 1946
				44290 (c/n 61196) to RAF as JZ837.  To RAAF as A24-377.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953
				44291 (c/n 61197) to RAF as JZ838.  To RAAF as A24-364.  Sold to Poulson and
					Middlemiss in 1947 as VH-BRB.
				44292 (c/n 61198) to RAF as JZ839.  To RAAF as A24-367.  Sold to Qantas in 1946
				44293 (c/n 61199) to RAF as JZ840.  To RAAF as A24-384.  Sold in 1946.
				44294 (c/n 61200) to RAF as JZ841.  To RAAF as A24-360.  Sold to Airmotive 1953.
44295/44312		Boeing-Canada PB2B-2 Catalina
				Contract cancelled
44313/44314		Kaiser-Fleetwings XBTK-1
44315			Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				ex USAAF 44-47103 transferred to Navy
44316/44317		Edo XOSE-1
44318			McDonnell XHJD-1 Whirlaway
				Now stored in Building 7, Garber facility, NASM, Suitland, MD.
44319			Waco LRW-1  
				CG-4A transferred from Army
44320/44354		Taylorcraft LBT-1
				cancelled contract
44355/44554		Culver TDC-2
44555/44704		Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				C-45s transferred to Navy from USAAF.
				20 converted to SNB-5, later redesignated UC-45J/TC-45J
				44555 ex USAAF 44-47604
				44556/44560 ex USAAF 44-47638/47642
				44561/44563 ex USAAF 44-47655/47657
					44562 (c/n 8064)
					44563 (c/n 8065) to JMSDF as 6402.  
				44564/44581 ex USAAF 44-47717/47735
					44571 (c/n 8132) stored Litchefield Park Jun 29, 1954.  To JMSDF in 1957 for spares, no JMSDF serial assigned.
					44573 (c/n 8134) ex 44-47726.  To N6672, current 2011.
					44576 (c/n 8138)
					44580 (c/n 8142) converted to SNB-5, then UC-45J in 1962.  Donated 1969 to Danville Jr. College reg. N20003.  
						Sold to Farmer in Alexandria OH. unknown date. Sold to Art Parks 1989. Sold to David 
						Warren 1991.  Cockpit removed for display at Staggerwing Museum Tullahoma TN
					44581 (c/n 8143, TC-45J) on civil registry as Hamilton Westwind with PT6 engines
				44588 (SNB-5) ex USAF 52-10588.  To civil registry as N9657.  Now at March Field Museum, CA
					displayed in USAF markings as 52-10588.
				44596 (c/n 8261) to JMSDF as 6423
				44597 (c/n 8262) to JMSDF as 6408
				44607 9c/n 8274) ex USAAF 44-87015.  To N44608.  Preserved at Barbers Point Naval Air Museum.
				44611 (c/n 8348) to JMSDF as 6416. Reserialed 3MSS-21
				44612 (c/n 8349) to JMSDF as 6419.  To HL2016
				44616 (c/n 8354) to JMSDF as 6427.
				44617 (c/n 8355)
				44626 (c/n 8424) to JMSDF as 6430.
				44627 (c/n 8425) ex USAAF 44-87166.  Stored at Litchefield Park Jun 29,1954.  Transferred to JMSDF for spares.
					No JMSDF serial assigned. 
				44628 registered Surinam Apr 1961 as PZ-TAZ
				44639 (VR-24) damaged in taxiing accident at RAF Hendon,
					England Apr 3,1950.
				44647 (c/n 878) ex USAAF 44-87319.  Stored at Litchefield Park May 28, 1954.  To JMSDF as spares Apr 1957, no
					JMSDF serial assigned.
				44648 (c/n 8579) to JMSDF as 6432
				44652 (c/n 8583) to JMSDF as 6421
				44653 (c/n 8584) ex USAAF 44-87325.  Stored at Litchefield Park May 17, 1954.  To JMSDF as spaires Feb 1957, no
					JMSDF serial assigned.
				44654 (c/n 8585)
				44657 (c/n 8588) to JMSDF as 6401
				44661 caught fire. SOC Oct 31, 1947
				44665 (c/n 8596) to JMSDF as 6409
				44672 (c/n 8604) to JMSDF as 6431.  To Republic of Korea civil
					registry as HL2008
				44673 (c/n 8605) ex USAAF 44-87346.  Stored at Litchefield Park Jul 8, 1954.  To JSMSD for spaires Apr 5, 1957.  No
					JMSDF serial assigned.
				44676 to French Navy. On display at Aille ancien le Bourget in France
				44677 (c/n 8609)
				44682 (c/n 8694) ex USAAF 44-87435.  Stored at Litchefield Park May 15, 1954.  Transferred to JMSDF Feb 7, 1957 for
					spares, no JMSDF serial assigned
				44683 (c/n 8695) to JMSDF as 6420.  Reserialled 3MSS-22
				44685/44704 cancelled
44705/44904		Consolidated P4Y-1 Corregidor 
				Contract cancelled. 
44905/44920		Howard NH-1 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P c/n 876/891 acquired by Navy
				49905 (c/n 876) destroyed in training accident at NAF New Bedford, Massacnusettts Apr 18, 1944.
				44906 (c/n 877, ATS-11) w/o in ground collision with J2F-6 32662 at Naval
					Academy Preparatory School (NAPS), Kaneohe, HI Aug 27, 1945.
				44913 c/n 884 (CASU-23) w/o in landing accident at NAAF Otis Field, MA
					May 12, 1944.  To N5612N.  Registration as N5612N cancelled Sep 30, 2013
				44914 c/n 885 (VRF-1) w/o in takeoff accident at Red Bank, NJ Aug 17, 1945
				44917 c/n 888 (CASU-25) w/o in landing accident at NAS Squantum, MA Nov 17, 1944
				44918 c/n 889 w/o in takeoff accident at NAB Miami East, FL Jun 21, 1946
				49919 c/n 890.  Current as N55234N
				49920 c/n 891.  To N4847N, registration cancelled.
44921/44922		Howard GH-3 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P c/n 892/893 acquired by Navy
				49921 c/n 892.  To N74636, current as N66294
44923/44934		Howard NH-1 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P c/n 894/905 acquired by Navy
				49923 (c/n 894) registration as N1886 cancelled Mar 8, 1971
				49924 (c/n 895) currrent as N1202M
				44925 (c/n 896) to civil registry as N1212M, then to CF-NWK in 1961.  Changed to C-FNWK in 2002, current
				44927 (c/n 898) to C-GYWF Apr 1977, cancelled Nov 22, 1982.  Current as N68189.
				44928 (c/n 899) registration as N67801 cancelled Sep 5, 2012.
				44929 c/n 900 (Instrument Flight Instructor's School) w/o in landing accident at NAS Atlanta, GA Jun 5, 1945
				49930 (c/n 901) registration of n9684H cancelled Sep 18, 2009.
				49931 (c/n 902) registration as N97893 cancelled Sep 12, 2012
				49932 (c/n 903) registration of N1328M cancelled. 
44935/44937		Howard GH-3 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P c/n 906/908 acquired by Navy
				44935 (c/n 906) current as N813.
44938			Howard NH-1 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P c/n 909 acquired by Navy.  W/o at NAS Glenview, IL Sep 8, 1945.  Current as N681CF
44939			Howard GH-3 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P c/n 910 acquired by Navy.  Registration as N1311M expiree Jun 30, 2013.
44940			Howard NH-1 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P c/n 911 acquired by Navy.  Ground looped on landing at Port Columbus, OH Apr 17, 1945
44941/45204		Howard GH-3 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P c/n 912/1176 acquired by Navy
				44944 (c/n 915) registration of N65921 cancelled Oct 9, 2012
				44947 (c/n 918) registered to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N49478, cancelled Aug 10, 2000.  Preserved
					at USS Lexington Musum On The bay, Corpus Christi, Texas in US Navy colors.
				44948 (c/n 919) registration as N58836 cancelled Aug 30, 2012
				44951 (c/n 922) registration as N52988 cancelled
				44952 (c/n 923) registration as N67632 cancelled.
				44953 (c/n 924) current as N1149V
				44954 (c/n 925) registration as N52991 cancelled Aug 30, 2012
				44955 (c/n 926) current as N115P
				44963 (c/n 934) to N110E, current as N612PG.
				44965 (c/n 936) registration as N71G cancelled May 3, 2013
				44966 (c/n 937) registration as N58825 cancelled Aug 30, 2012
				44969 (c/n 940) registration as N66278 cancelled Oct 11, 2012
				44970 (c/n 941) current as N3347G
				44982 (c/n 953) registration as N74696 cancelled
				44983 (c/n 954) registration as N19229 cancelled Feb 22, 1956
				44984 (c/n 955) registration as N9045H cancelled May 17, 2013
				44987 (c/n 958) to N97B, registration expired Dec 31, 2013
				44988 (c/n 959) registration as N66503 expired Sep 30, 2013
				44990 (c/n 961) registration as N9979H revoked.
				44994 (c/n 965) to N9056H.  Crashed into lake at Skykmoish, Washington Sep 26, 1970.  Registration cancelled.
				44998 (c/n 969) registration as N69284 cancelled Sep 6, 2012
				44999 (c/n 970) registration as N9926H revoked.
				45002 (c/n 973) current as N4675N
				45003 (c/n 974) current as N67191
				45006 (c/n 977) to N5707N, current as N45006
				45007 (c/n 978) current as N5553N
				45008 (c/n 979) current as N79532
				45009 (c/n 980) registration as N1001 expired Sep 30, 2013
				45010 (c/n 981) to CF-OGI in 1962, cancelled Dec 16, 1985.  Current as N981GB
				45012 (c/n 983) registration as N138J cancelled
				45014 (c/n 985) current as N67465
				45017 (c/n 988) registration as N52986 expired Jan 31, 2014
				45018 (c/n 989) registration as N67726 cancelled
				45020 (c/n 991) current as N68431
				45022 (c/n 993) registration of N63592 cancelled Nov 5, 2010 on export to South Africa as ZU-FLN
				45024 (c/n 995) current as N58855
				45025 (c/n 996) registration as N67437 cancelled.
				45027 (c/n 998) current as N58856
				45033 (c/n 1004) to N13493, exported to Canada in 1962.  Current as C-FOJN
				45034 (c/n 1005) to N248, to N52979, cancelled May 12, 2011
				45039 (c/n 1010) to N727ST, to N1010, current as N727ST
				45040 (c/n 1011) current as N4638N
				45042 (c/n 1013) current as N9381N
				45044 (c/n 1015) to N58803, current as N26J
				45045 (c/n 1016) to N8943H.  Overshot landing at Pekin, Illinois Jul 1, 1964, registration cancelled May 21, 1965.
				45047 (c/n 1018) current as N52928
				45049 (c/n 1020) current as N2737
				45050/45204 cancelled
45205/45274		Martin PBM-3D Mariner
				45216 (VP-16) missing on combat patrol 6/22/1944.  11 MIA.
				45231 in landing accident 6/24/1944, Saipan.  Could not be towed, sunk by friendly fire.
				45236 (VP-200) had forced landing at sea in Phoenix Island Group of South
					Pacific Sep 5, 1944 after engine failure.  Flooded and sank in high
					seas.  5 killed 6 injured.  Suriviors picked up by Liberty ship
					SS James D. Doty.
				45263 (VP-21) crashed during bomb practice 5/31/1944 Creeds Field, VA.  9 killed.
				45274 delivered as XPBM-6
45275/45276		Martin XPBM-5 Mariner
45277/45404		Martin PBM-3D Mariner
45405/45444		Martin PBM-5 Mariner
				45410 scrapped due to unstable flight characteristics at Okinawa
					Jul 13, 1945
				45413 lost May 5, 1945 during bombing off Korea.  Crew rescued at
					sea by 45444.
				45415 (VPB-208) crashed on Mount Tamalpias, CA Nov 30, 1944 when starting on trans-
					Pacific ferry flight to Hawaii from SFO Sea Drome.  All 7 crew killed.
				45417 sunk whil taxiing at Utithi after engine repaires Mar 17, 1945
				45420 to US Coast Guard.  Original Navy serial was kept.
				45422 destroyed in crash into San Francisco Bay Nov 21, 1944.  
					3 killed, 6 survived.
				45423 lost at sea Jun 20, 1945 when ran out of fuel.  Scuttled and sunk.
				45435 crashed in bad weather in Mexico while flying back to CGAS San Diego Feb 22, 1947.
					10 on board killed, 2 survived.
				45442 sunk during attempted takeoff at KRI, sunk Jul 14, 1945.
45445/46444		General Motors TBM-1C Avenger
				45481 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL402.  No record of fate
				45497 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL454.  No record of fate
				45511 involved in Battle of Leyte Gulf with VC-20.  SOC Aug 8, 1945 at Norfolk.
					Reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL455.  No record of fate
				45538 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45546 disappeared Aug 31, 1944 while on flight from Renard Field
					to Lunga field, 16th Field depot, Guadalcanan.  3 crew missing.
				45550 (VC-11) lost off deck of USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				45570/45592 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ527/JZ549
					45575 (JZ532) stalled while landing on HMS Premier Apr 30, 1945,
						port wing penetrated rounddown and aircraft caught fire.
						1 crew member seriously injured, other two unhurt.
						Aircraft declared DBR.
					45582 (JZ539) crashed into sea after colliding with Avenger
						JZ549 (45592) while operating from Squantum May 1, 1944.
					45584 (JZ541) dumped into Clyde Estuary from carrier sometime
						after Dec 27, 1945.
					45586 (JZ543) failed to return from antishipping patrol between
						Boulogne and Fecamp Jul 23, 1944.  All 3 crew MIA.
					45588 (JZ545) struck by flak on starboard wing during attack
						on Isigaki Mar 2, 1945, returned safely to HMS
						Victorious but subsequently stripped for spares and
						pushed overboard.
					45590 (JZ547) suffered loss of power at start of takeoff from
						HMS Implacable Jun 14, 1945 for raid on Truk.  Pilot
						closed throttle and braked but unable to stop and
						went over the bow and was cut in half by ship.
						Crew rescued by HMS Terpsichore.
				45608 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL456.  No record of fate
				45626 ditched into Lake Erie just after take offf from NAS Gross Ile Aug 30, 1945.  Recovered but SOC
				45635 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL406.  No record of fate
				45641 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45645 converted to XTBM-3
				45689 (VT-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				45692 (VT-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				45714 was a member of the famous Flight 19 which was lost out of NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL Dec 5, 1945.
					Pilot was Ensign Joseph Tipton Bossi.
				45757 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45766 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL457.  No record of fate
				45789 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL458.  No record of fate
				45798 lost on USS Solomons AVE-67 off Florida coast Jan 1945.
				45843/45865 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ550/JZ572
					45843 (JZ550) failed to return from anti-shipping patrol
						between Mologne and Fecamp Jul 23, 1944.  2 killed,
						one POW.
					45847 (JZ554) suffered engine fire while crossing Sumatran
						coast Jan 4, 1945.  Jettisoned bombload and ditched
						6 miles offshore.  Crew rescued.
					45851 (JZ558) shot down by Japanese fighter during attack
						on Padjoe oil refinery Jan 24, 1945 and crashed into
						jungle in flames.  All 3 crew killed.
					45853 (JZ560) missing enroute from Hawarden to Hawkinge
						Jun 9, 1944.  Pilot missing, presumed killed.
					45854 (JZ561) SOC prior to Jan 1, 1946.
					45858 (JZ565) suffered oil leak during divebombing attack on
						Ishigaki Airfield Ma4 27, 1945 and ditched offshore.
						Two crew members rescued by submarine USS Kingfish.
					45859 (JZ566) forcelanded following engine fire during test
						flight Jun 6, 1945.  Pilot survived but aircraft DBR.
					45861 (JZ568) suffered loss of power and ditched during sortie
						from HMS Indefatigable Jan 13, 1945.  Pilot survived, 
						believed that a second crew member also survived, but the
						third died.
					45862 (JZ569) flew into ground on Holbeach range, near Sutton
						Bridge Aug 5, 1944.  Pilot killed.  Parts recovered in
						1976 from Sutton Bridge Marshes.
				45921 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45922 (VT-80) lost Jul 4, 1944.
				45940 (Torpedo Squadron 1) shot down over Guam July 1944.  4 crew KIA. 
				45950 (VT-80) lost Iwo Jima Feb 19, 1945.
				45957 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL459.  No record of fate
				45961 (VT-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				45972 believe to have been reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL460.  No record of fate
				45980 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46027 (VT-45) lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46029 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL461.  No record of fate
				46038 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL995.  No record of fate
				46080 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46094 was a member of the famous Flight 19 which was lost out of NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL Dec 5, 1945.
					Pilot was Capt. Edward Joseph Powers, Jr.
				46122 regisered in 1954 to Paul Mantz Air Service of Los Angeles, CA as
					N9394H and used for fireboming experiments.
				46141/46163 to Royal Navy as Avenger II JZ573/JZ595
					46142 (JZ574) SOC by Jan 1, 1946
					46149 (JZ581) hit by flak during divebombing attack on Habu
						Docks Jul 28, 1945.  Port wing set alight and hydraulics
						were rendered unserviceable.  Returned to fleet and
						ditched, crew rescued by HMS Undine.
					46161 (JZ593) forcelanded at Nowra Feb 14, 1945 after engine
						surged and failed.  Pilot unhurt, but aircraft SOC.
					46162 (JZ594) attack mission aborted by weather Mar 31, 1945,
						ditched near destroyer patrol.  2 crew members (no
						mention of a third) rescued by HMS Kempenfelt.
					46163 (JZ595) landed on HMS Indefatigable May 13, 1945 with
						starboard undercarriage jammed in retracted position.
						Pilot OK, but aircraft DBR and jettisoned overboard
						2 days later.
				46169 lost off deck of USS San Jacinto(CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46178 lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46181 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL503.  No record of fate
				46203 crashed off USS Marcus Island August 1944
				46213 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46214 shot down near Chichi Jim Sep 2, 1944.  Pilot was George H. W. Bush, future president of USA.
				46215 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46235 (VT-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46239 lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46276 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46294 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46304 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46310 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46325 was a member of the famous Flight 19 which was lost out of NAS Ft Lauderdale, FL Dec 5, 1945.
					Pilot was 2nd Lt Forrest James Gerber.
				46327 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL504.  No record of fate
				46346 shot down over southern Formosa Jan 9, 1945.  Made forced water landing.  2 crew seen
					on life raft, but never seen again.
				46353 (VT-15) assigned to USS Essex (CV-9). On 5 November 1944 after a bombing run over a IJN Cruiser 
					in Manila Bay the pilot landed with the plane's gunner KIA.  The plane and gunner were buried at 
					sea-this sea burial was filmed and appeared in "Victory at Sea" series
				46378 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL505.  No record of fate
				46395 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL506.  No record of fate
				46431 (VT-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
46445			Sikorsky HNS-1 
				YR-4B acquired from US Army (ex 42-107239)
46446/46448		Sikorsky XHOS-1 
				XR-6A transferred from US Army
				46448 ex USAAF 43-28243
46449			Culver TDC-1
				Was to have been a PQ-8 transferred from USAAF, but the transfer
					did not actually take place.
46450/46638		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				36 delivered to RAAF
				30 delivered to Free French
				46454 (c/n 1818) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6507.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.
					Discharged in 1952
				46455 (c/n 1819) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6508.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.
					Converted in USA in 1958 to cargo aircraft and redesignated CA-10A.
					Discharged in 1964.
				46456 (c/n 1820) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6509.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.
					Sold in USA as N4582T.  Now at Floyd Bennett Field, NYC under restoration on loan
					from MCAS Quantico Musuem.
				46457 (c/n 1821) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6510.  Redesignated
					PA-10 on 1945.  Sold in USA as N4582U.  Now at Rescue Memorial Museum, Kirtland AFB.
				46459 (c/n 1823) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6511, redesignated PA-10 in 1958.  Discharged.
				46461 (VPF-2, French) missing during night mission
					off Cape Henry, VA 7/27/1944.  9 MIA
				46464 (VPB-23) damaged during takeoff accident after picking up
					downed pilot off Peleliu, South Pacific Feb 1, 1945. Struck underwater obstruction
					and both propellers came off upon impact with water.  Pilot
					injured, rest of crew OK.  Plane sank during salvage operations.
				46466 to VH-WWB and w/o Jun 16, 1957
				46468 (VPB-23) missing 6/2/1945 from Osaka strike.  8 MIA
				46471 (VPB-23) force landing 10/25/1944 Nagatik
					Lagoon, sunk by gunfire.
				46473 (VPB-23)  water looped on landing 10/30/1944
					Eniwetok, South Pacific and sank
				46482 to N5584V
				46487 (VPB-6) damaged in taxi accident Greeland 
					11/2/1945. SOC.
				46488 (c/n 1852) to RAAF as A24-91.  Caught fire at Morotai Jun 14, 1945.
				46489 (VPB-61) nose gear collapsed during night landing
					4/16/1945, NAS Whidbey Island.  SOC.  I also have this one as going to
					RAAF as A24-94 and being w/o at Sermata Is Sept 22, 1944 after strafing.
				46490 (c/n 1854) to RAAF as A24-95.  Sold to Sydney Morning Herald Nov 5, 1947.
				46491 (c/n 1855) to RAAF as A24-92.  Transferred to NEI as P223 1953.
				46495 (c/n 1859) to civil registry as N94574, then to Trans Australia Airlines as VH-WWC.
					Swung on landing in crosswind at Oriomo River estuary, Papua Apr 26, 1962.
					Hull damaged and aircraft sank.  11 occupants uninjured.
				46496 (c/n 1860) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6512.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1958.
					Converted in USA to cargo aircraft in 1958 and redesignated CA-10A.  Discharged 1964
				46497 lost Dec 18, 1945 during ferry flight from Biloxi, MS to NAS Seattle.  Pilot reported 
					single engine operation and requested emergency clearance 
					to Fort Worth.  Aircraft proceeded out the north leg of the Fort Worth 
					range where the other engine stopped due to an unknown cause, and the 
					propeller was feathered. The aircraft emerged from the clouds in a spin to 
					the left and impacted the ground.  All six personnel were killed.
				46499 attached to CASU(F)-11, lost Jul 21, 1945, Yontan, Philippines
					(Sangley Point)
				46500 (VP-24) went missing 5/10/1944 near Midway
					Island.  9 MIA.
				46504 (c/n 1868) civil identities (oldest first) were N1513V, OB-LBA-251, OB-M-251, OB-T-251
				46507 (PATW-4) MIA in active combat area 6/3/1942.
				46512 (VPB-71) lost during non combat mission 12/6/1944, Leyte, SP.
				46517 (VPB-71) collided with obstacle 8/10/1945, Philippines
				46520 (VP-45) crashed 40 mi W of Natal, Brazil 5/10/1944.  10 killed.
				46521 (c/n 1885) to Nethernands as P-212
				46522 (c/n 1886) was C-FFFA then N5585V.  Now N2172 at Tillamook NAS Museum, OR.
				46524 (c/n 1888) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6513.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Converted
					in USA to cargo aircraft in 1958 and redesignated CA-10A.  Discharged in 1959.
				46525 (VPB-25) crashed on takeoff Ascension Island 3/17/1945, nosed over and burned.  4 killed, 2
					injured.
				46527 (c/n 1891) on civil registry as N6473C
				46528 (VPB-71) sank after landing accident in heavy seas 1/10/1945, Philippines.
				46532 (c/n 1896) to RAAF as A24-96.  w/o S of Soebra Is Jan 14, 1945 when destroyed by rescue aircraft.
				46533 (c/n 1897) to RAAF as A24-97.  Sold to C. K. Campbell Nov 12, 1947.
				46534 (c/n 1898) to RAAF as A24-98.  Sank at Baklikpapan Jul 1, 1945.  Given
					to Netherlands government in 1953, renumbered as P-244 and scrapped 1957.
				46535 (c/n 1899) to RAAF as A24-99.  to Netheerlands government in 1953 and
					renumbered as P-224 and scrapped in 1957.
				46538 (VH-2) lost 8/10/1944 in landing accident San
					Diego Bay, CA.
				46539 (c/n 1903) to civil registry as N1563M.  To Indonesian AF as PB505.
					Now in Indonesia Air Force Museum.
				46548 (VPB-71)  damaged in collision with object 
					8/1/1945 Philippines.
				46549 (VPB-71) lost in landing accident 1/12/1945 Philippines 
				46553 (c/n 1917) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6514.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  
					In 1956 during mutiny at Jacareacanga, machine gunned a Beechcraft AT-11 (FAB 1523) 
					which was parked at Santarem Airfield controlled by the mutinees.  In 1958 converted 
					in the USA to cargo aircraft and redesignated CA-10A.  Written off in accident in Amazon 
					region April 13, 1972
				46554 (c/n 1918) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6515.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Converted
					in USA to cargo aircraft in 1958 and redesignated CA-10A.  Discharged
				46555 (c/n 1919) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6516.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1955.
				46556 (c/n 1920) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6517.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1958.
				46558 (c/n 1922) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6518.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1951.
				46559 (c/n 1923) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6519.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1952.
				46561 (c/n 1925) transferred to French Navy.  Crashed at Norfolk Jul 27, 1944.
				46564 (c/n 1928) transferred to French Navy as 22.S-3.  Crashed into Atlantic Ocean off Agadir (Morocco) Jul 22, 1949.
					All 9 crew and 8 passengers killed.
				46565 transferred to French Navy
				46568 transferred to French Navy
				46571 transferred to French Navy
				46574 transferred to French Navy
				46575 to N5586V
				46576 (c/n 1961) to RAAF as A24-100.  Ditched Makassar Oct 23, 1944.
				46577 (c/n 1962) to RAAF as A24-101.  Damaged Jul 3, 1945 and converted
					Nov 1, 1945.
				46578 (c/n 1942) to RAAF as A24-102.  Sold to C.K. Campbell Nov 12, 1947.
				46579 (c/n 1943) to RAAF as A24-103.  Sold to ANA Oct 15, 1946.
				46580 (c/n 1944) to RAAF as A24-105.  Crashed near Georgetown, Qld May 7, 1950.
				46581 (c/n 1945) became N1494V, then to Dutch Navy as 16-211. 
					Crashed at Cedres, Lebanon Jan 23, 1951
				46582 (c/n 1946) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6520.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.
					Now N4583A in Jacksonville NAS, FL.
				46585 (VPB-53) crashed during landing 1/5/1945, NAS Whitbey Island, WA.  1 killed.
				46586 to Norwegian AF as KK-C
				46588 to Norwegian AF as KK-F
				46590 (c/n 1954) retired from Navy Jun 1950.Rebuilt for commercial
					use by Southern California Aircraft Corp and registered
					N68756.  To Confederate Air Force as N68756.  Painted in RAAF
					colors with fake serial A24-387.  Last flew
					in 1986, stored in dismantled condition at Brownsville AP, TX
					in 1993.  Seized by city of Brownsvile and auctioned off
					to two Australian citizens.  Currently (Feb 2007) stored
					at Midland, TX.  Seen in Pima Air and Space Museum restoration yard in 2010.
				46591 to N5587V
				46594 (c/n 1959) to RAAF as A24-104.  To NEI as P220 in 1953.
				46595 (c/n 1959) to civil registry as N9501C, PT-AXM, to Brazilian AF as C-10A FAB 6651 in 1968,
					to civil registry as N4583B.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum, painted as OA-10A 44-33879.  
				46596 (c/n 1960) to civil registry as N6070C, CF-FFW, N45998, C-FFFW.  Later became EC-314.  
					Now as EC-693 in Cuatro Vientos Museum in Madrid.
				46599 water-looped during landing at NAS Terminal Island 9/25/1944.  3 killed, 6 injured.
				46600 (c/n 1964) to VPB-73 at NAS San Juan, PR w/o after bad landing
					Jun 26, 1945 at Ascencion Island (Wideawake Field)
				46602 (c/n 1966) to civil registry as CF-FFZ, C-FFFZ, N6071C, now N607CC with 
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Damaged by
					Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004
				46605 (c/n 1970) to RAAF as A24-106.  in hangar collision Nov 26, 1946.
				46606 (c/n 1971) to RAAF as A24-107.  Sank off Balikpapan Jun 22, 1945.
				46607 (c/n 1972) to RAAF as A24-108.  Crashed on takeoff Magee Island Mar 25, 1945.
				46608 (c/n 1973) to RAAF as A24-109.  
				46611 (VRF-3) flew into hillside Brookings, OR 1/31/1945
					9 killed.
				46612 sank at CGAS Port Angeles after landing accident 4/1/1946.
				46613 to Norwegian AF as KK-G.  W/o Jul 25, 1960
				46617 (USCG) water-looped when struck an underwater obstacle in Mississippi River and sank Jul 7, 1953.   
					3 crewmembers killed, 3 rescued.
				46619 (c/n 1984) to RAAF as A24-110.  To Netherlands government in 1953 and
					renumbered P221 and scrapped 1956.
				46620 (c/n 1985) to RAAF as A24-111.  To Netherlands government in 1953 and
					renumbered P222 and scrapped 1956.
				46621 (c/n 1986) to RAAF as A24-112.  To Netherlands government in 1953 and
					renumbered P225 and scrapped 1958.
				46622 (c/n 1987) to RAAF as A24-113.  Sank Champaguy IS Jun 4, 1946.
				46623 (c/n 1988) to RAAF as A24-114.
				46624 (c/n 1989) to storage at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Jan 1953.  SOC Jun 1956.
					In 1979 to David Tallichet at Chino, CA.  Was on civilian registry
					as N9502C and deregistered Apr 1, 2002 on delivery to Australia for the 
					Australian American Catalina Memorial Foundation.  
				46625 (c/n 1990) assigned to VP-45.  Crashed Ascencion Island (Wideawake
					Field Mar 17, 1945.  5 of 8 crew killed.
				46626 (c/n 1991) crashed against a ramp in water while landing at Woman's
					Bay, Alaska Jun 24, 1945.  Aircraft DBR and SOC.
				46629 to N5595V
				46631 on civil registry as N74694
				46633 (c/n 1997) retired by Navy in May 1956 and stored at
					Litchfield Park.  To civilian registry in 1956 as N10023 and 
					sold to Miron and Freres of Cartierville, Quebec as CF-MIR and
					converted to Super Catalina configuration.  Becasme N608FF, then
					reverted to C-FMIR.  Used for survey work
					in southern Africa until 1984 when it was bought by Plane
					Sailing and registered G-BLSC Dec 17, 1984.  Used for airshows painted in RAF colors as JV928Y
					and later in RCAF colors as 9754/P.  Re-registered as 
					VR-BPS and later as VP-BPS in Bermuda. Had landing accident 
					in Southampton in 1998.  Currently owned by Super Catalina 
					Restoration who are rebuilding it to flying condition at Lee-on-
					Solent airfield in Hampshire.  Scrapped in Ireland July 2012.
				46637 on civil registry as N68758
				46638 to Norwegian AF as KK-B
46639/46698		Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina
				46639 on civil registry as N7880B
				46640 (USCG) crashed after engine failed on training flight from Guam Nov 11, 1952.  3 killed.
				46642 on civil registry as N9553C
				46643 (c/n 2007) to civil registry as N9556C, PT-BBQ, PP-PEB, then to Brazilian AF as 
					FAB 6552.  Discharged in 1982.  Now displayed at Belem Air Base
				46644 (c/n 2008) to civil registry as N6458C, then C-GFFH.  Became EC-359, then EC-EVK (Spain) SAESA Cuatro 
					Vientos, Madrid
				46645 (c/n 2009) to civil registry as N10013, then to CF-IZO, C-FIZO.  Now in Norway Air Force Museum, Bodo as FP535
				46647 to N9576C
				46649 to N9546C
				46650 to civil registry as N9561C, then N7022C, and finally N7878B
				46651 to DF-FSD Sep 1949
				46652 on civil registry as N9550C
				46653 to N6459C
				46654 to N7443C
				46655 (c/n 2019) to N10014, then to CF-IZU now C-FIZU
				46657 on civil registry as N9551C 
				46659 to civil registry as N9564C, then N7877B
				46662 (c/n 2026) to civil registry as N9588C, CF-VIG, N788C,
					CF-VIG, N1022G, then N999AR, now N4NC
				46663 to N9578C then N7876B
				46664 (c/n 2028). 
				46665 (c/n 2029). Civil identities (oldest first) were N9555C, CC-CNG, CC-CNP, EC-593 
					(temporary), EC-FXN, CC-CNP (again), VH-DUL Jul 22, 2007 to Catalina
					Flying Memorial Ltd of Bankstown.  CC-CNP was named "Manu-Tara II".
					Later became VH-CAT, registered N160AT Sep 23, 2008.  Registration
					N160AT cancelled by FAA Dec 9, 2008 on sale to owner in Australia.
					Registration VH-CAT reserved again Jan 13, 2009 for the Catalina
					Flying Memorial Ltd, Bankstown
				46666 on civil registry as N9532C
				46667 to N9568C then N7881B
				46668 on civil registry as N9552C
				46673 to N9572C then N7021C
				46679 (c/n 2043) to civil registry as N9562C, then to CC-CNF-0847 (Chile).  Converted
					to CC-CCS for Aerocondor Transportes Aereos.  Now with Historical Aircraft
					Restoration Society of Australia as VH-PBZ.
				46680 to N9573C then N7035C
				46682 to N7442C
				46683 to N9580C then N7786B
				46684 to N7037C
				46685 on civil registry as N9531C
				46686 to N7444C
				46687 to N9581C then N7785B
				46689 on civil registry as N9545C
46699/46723		Sikorsky HNS-1
				46701/46723 cancelled
46724			Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina
46725/46737		Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
				USAAF B-24L Liberators 44-41601/41603,41683/41691,41701.
				46725 (VPB-104) force landed with bomb bay doors open,
					fuel leak, crashed and burned 7/9/1945 Luzon,
					Philippines.  9 killed, one injured.
				46730 (VPB-104) crashed 8/1/1945, Philippines.  No fatalities.
46738/46837		General Motors FM-1 Wildcat
				46754 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 4-Nov-44.  Flew into water during 
					glide bomb run
				46816 (VF-OTU#6) missing 6-Nov-44 during gunnery 
					training.
				46833 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 28-Sep-44.  Ditched during gunnery 
					ENE, USCG Sta #204
46838/47437		General Motors FM-2 Wildcat
				46867 to civil registry as N909WJ.  Reported in 1968 to be at
					Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL
				46930 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46942 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 14-Dec-44.  Mid-air collision during gunnery practice.  Pilot missing.
				47030 to civil registry as N315E
				47043/47067 to Royal Navy as Wildcat VI JV687/JV711
					47047 (JV691) went into barrier when landing on HMS Pursuer
						Aug 15, 1944, overturned and fell overboard.
						Pilot rescued.
					47051 (JV695) ditched during sortie from HMS Searcher
						Mar 9, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
					47056 (JV700) ran out of fuel while chasing Ju 88 during sortie
						from HMS Trumpeter Jan 12, 1945 and ditched.  Pilot
						rescued by HMS Dido.
					47059 (JV703) made heavy landing on a pitching HMS Trumpeter
						Jan 3, 1945 and undercarriage collapsed.  DBR.
					47063 (JV707) catapult malfunctioned during takeoff from HMS
						Trumpeter Oct 16, 1944.  Failed to reach flying speed and
						ditched.  Pilot rescued by HMS Scorpion.
				47075 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47107 (VC-88) w/o 30-Oct-44 in Makassar Strait.  Overside landing & sank
				47120 (VC-71) went missing 17-Oct-44 while pulling gunnery sleeve.
				47123 (VF-OTU#6) Crashed Jan 8, 1945 into swampy area near stay, not located.
				47160 to civil registry as N2876D.  Reported Mar 2005 airworthy with Lone 
					Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX as N551TC.  Owned
					by Robert Waltrip of Galveston, TX.  Reported to be up for sale.
				47199 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 19-Dec-44.  Fuel-lost, pilot bailed out off Daytona Beach, FL
				47201 in Mid-1996 was with Planes of Fame (East), Minneapolis as N47201.
				47245 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47305 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47309 in midair collision with 57007 at Shiloh Field in 1945.
				47316 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47321 (VC-21) w/o 29-Oct-44 Marcus Island when ran out of fuel and ditched.
				47327 (VC-11)  lost off deck od USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				47368/47392 to Royal Navy as Wildcat VI JV712/JV736
				47418 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47419 (VC-85(CASU-42)) w/o 24-Dec-44; Mokerang Airfield, 
					Los Negros Island.  Hit trees on landing approach
47438/47637		Grumman TBF-1 Avenger
				c/n 4770/4969
				47440 (VT-6) Nas Puunene, Maui, Hi; 18-Jul-43; Ground 
					collision
				47446 (VT-5) Yorktown CV-10; 20-Jul-43; Ditched
				47456 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy.
					No record of fate
				47461 (VC-19) crashed on takeoff for night glide bombing
					practice Coronado, CA 5/27/1943.  3 killed.
				47473 (VT-16) Lexington CV-16; 5-Jun-43; take-off, 
					ditched
				47474 (VF-16) ditched on takeoff from carrier 5/25/1943
					Gulf of Paria off Trinidad
				47476 (VT-16) in midair during simulated attack on
					Pearl Harbor Aug 9, 1943.  3 crew killed.
				47478/47487 to Royal Navy as Avenger I (FN786/FN795)
					47479 (FN787) collided with Seafire during fighter evasion exercise
						Oct 9, 1943 and crashed 2 mi NW of Old Man of Hoy,
						Orkney Islands.  All 3 crew killed.
					47480 (FN788) stalled on takeoff from HMS Ravager Jul 4, 1943 and
						crashed into Chesapeake Bay.  All 3 crew killed.
					47482 (FN790) mounted incorrectly on catapult on HMS Ravager Jul 7, 1943,
						failed to reach flying speed on takeoff and ditched.  Crew rescued.
					47483 (FN791) while embarking on HMS Ravager Jul 2, 1943, stalled on
						deck, opened up and went over side into sea.  Crew rescued.
				47490 (VC-1) Card CVE-11; 2-Jul-43;
				47517, aircraft anti-sub development unit, project unit,
					NAS Quonset Pt, Ri; Special exercise; Dove-in & 
					exploded 4-5mi.off shore; 3 killed
				47554 (VC-34) NAS Astoria, OR; 26-Jun-43; Crash landing
					at Flatsop County Airport, OR.
				47558/47569 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN796/FN805
					47559 (FN797) suffered engine fire on takeoff from HMS Ravager Jul 3, 1943
						and ditched.  Pilot rescued (no other crew members mentioned)
					47561 (FN799) SOC by Dec 11, 1945.
					47564 (FN802) swung on takeoff from HMS Tracker Feb 20, 1944 and went
						into sea.  Pilot rescued, no other crew members mentioned.
				47594 (VC-13) CVE;21-Jul-43;Ditched
				47602 (VT-6) crashed at sea Sept 2, 1943 off NAS Puunene
					Maui, HI.  4 crew missing.
				47628/47637 to Royal Navy as Avenger I FN806/FN815
					47629 (FN807) entered cloud and crashed into Buzzards Bay, MA
						Jun 22, 1943.  Pilot and USN passenger killed.
					47636 (FN814) drifted to report and missed wires when landing on HMS
						Implacable Apr 24, 1945 and struck port side of barrier.  DBR and SOC.
47638/48123		Grumman TBF-1C Avenger
				c/n 5404/5889
				47638/47653 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ120/JZ135
					47639 (JZ121) bounced into barrier while landing on HMS Shas Jan 13, 1945
						and struck tail of parked Avenger JZ234 (BuNo 47957) and declared
						DBR
					47640 (JZ122) made slow and high landing on HMS Shay Jun 25, 1944 and
						went over side into sea.  Crew rescued.
					47641 (JZ123) stalled and ditched while operating from HMS Shah Oct 10, 1944.
						Pilot (only crew member mentioned) rescued.
					47643 (JZ125) failed to return from night navigation exercise over sea
						off Northern Ireland Apr 11, 1944.  All 3 crew members missing,
						presumed killed.
					47647 (JZ129) SOC Jun 22, 1950 and relegated to ground instructional 
						duties, presumably subsequently scrapped.
					47648 (JZ130) suffered engine fire on takeoff from Inskip Jun 14, 1944
						and deemed DBR.
					47650 (JZ132) sank into sea on takeoff from HMS Implacable Jun 4, 1945.
				47689 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL408.   No record of fate.
				47704/47723 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ136/JZ155
					47704 (JZ136) shot down by flak at Koriyama, Japan Aug 10, 1945.  2 crew
						members POW.
					47705 (JZ137) hit by flak and ditched during attack on Japanese cruiser
						at Malacca Strait May 15, 1945.  2 crew POW, third KIA.
					47706 (JZ138) ran out of fuel returning from attack on Japanese cruiser in
						Malacca Strait May 15, 1945 and ditched 30 mi NE of fleet.  Crew
						rescued by Walrus amphibian.
					47711 (JZ143) SOC by Dec 11, 1945.
					47716 (JZ148) reported at Trincomalee 1945.  Subsequently SOC.
					47720 (JZ152) SOC for spares Mar 5, 1949.  Remains noted on Gosport
						dump May/July 1952.
				47724 (c/n 5490) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2530.  Presumed to have been hit by flak during a bombing run at Vunakanau on 
					May 28,  1944. The aircraft crashed shortly after completing its’ bomb run.
				47726 (c/n 5492) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2533.  Crashed at Ohakea on Dec 7, 1944 after an engine failure on a test flight.
				47727 (c/n 5493) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2534.  Returned to US Navy at Espiritu Santo Oct 21, 1944
				47729 (c/n 5495) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2531.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944
				47730 (c/n 5496) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2526.  SOC Mar 1948 and scrapped.
				47731 (c/n 5497) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2517.  To 30 Squadron, named "Sophisticated Lady". To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm 
					Sep 7, 1945
				47732 (c/n 5498) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2529.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944.
				47733 (c/n 5499) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2518.  To 30 Squadron, named "Plonky". Hit by flak near Rapopo Airfield, New 
					Britain Jun 5, 1944. The aircraft caught fire and dived into the ground.
				47736 (c/n 5502) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2519.  SOC Mar 1948 and scrapped.
				47740 (c/n 5506) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2520.  Returned to US Navy at Espirtu Santo Oct 28, 1944.
				47763 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47774/47803 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ156/JZ185
					47774 (JZ156) turned down wrong runway at Squantum Dec 8, 1943 and ran into
						another aircraft.  SOC.
					47777 (JZ159) lost height on takeoff from HMS Trumpeter Aug 31, 1944 and
						ditched.  Crew rescued.
					47780 (JZ162) w/o on HMS Nabob Mar 7, 1944 when struck by Avenger
						JZ167 (ex BuNo 47785).  Put ashore Mar 17, 1944 and presumably
						subsequently scrapped.
					47781 (JZ163) ditched off Crail Dec 17, 1945 following engine fire.  Pilot
						rescued.
					47782 (JZ164) placed in storage Sep 1945
					47785 (JZ167) survived accident Mar 7, 1944 on HMS Nabob (see BuNo 47780).
						By Apr 1945 was with 848 Sqn RN.  SOC by Oct 18, 1945.
					47787 (JZ169) dove into Atlantic ocean during night flight Nov 18, 1943.
						All 3 crewmembers killed.
					47792 (JZ174) SOC by Dec 11, 1945.
					47798 (JZ180) ditched following loss of oil pressure during mission fro
						HMS Begum Jun 22, 1944.  Crew rescued.
					47801 (JZ183) reported at Trincomalee 1945 and subsequently SOC
					47802 (JZ184) reported at Trincomalee 1945 and subsequently SOC
				47808 (c/n 5574) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2521.  Crashed near Rabaul after being hit by flak during a bombing run May 31, 1944.
				47813 (c/n 5579) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2528.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944.
				47814 (c/n 5580) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2535.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945.
				47817 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47822 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47850 (c/n 5616) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2522.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945
				47851 (c/n 5617) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2532.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30 1944
				47852 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47853 (c/n 5619) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2536.  SOC Mar 1948
				47855 (c/n 5621) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2523.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945.
				47856 (c/n 5622) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2537.  Returned to US Navy Oct 21, 1944.
				47857 (c/n 5623) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2524.  Returned to US Navy at Espiritu Santo Oct 21, 1944
				47858 (c/n 5624) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2525.  Returned to US Navy at Espiritu Santo Oct 30, 1944.
				47859 (c/n 5625) to Royal Navy as JZ321 but NTU, then to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2527.  SOC Sep 1959.
					Became ZK-CBO 1959, conversion as cropsprayer abandoned.  Removed from register Mar 1964.  Reported 1969 
					in playground at Kuirau Park, Rotarua and in 1976 at Museum of Transport and Technology,
					Auckland, NZ.
				47861 (c/n 5627) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2538.  Royal Navy records say aircraft was
					reconditioned and transferred to them Jul 31, 1945 as VL507, but
					there is no record of use or fate.  Returned to US Navy Oct 21, 1944.
				47912 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47939/47966 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ217/JZ243
					47940 (JZ217) hit by flak during attack on U-boat base atkilbotn May 4, 1945
						and crashed at Harstad.  All 3 crew killed.
					97945 (JZ222) reported at Trimcomalee 1945, subsequently SOC.
					97948 (JZ225) failed to return from reconnaissance mission between Flushing
						and Den Helder May 19, 1944.  All 3 crewmebers MIA, presumed killed.
					97954 (JZ231) sank into sea on takeoff from HMS Begum Aug 28, 1944.
						Crew rescued.
					97957 (JZ234) struck by Avenger JZ121 (ex BuNo 47639) on HMS Shah Jan 13, 1945.
						Subsequently offloaded at Trincomalle and SOC.
				47982/48009 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ244/JZ271
					47983 (JZ245) made wheels-up landing on HMS Implacable Jun 7, 1945.  SOC
						by Dec 11, 1945.
					47989 (JZ251) port wing badly damaged by flak over Sakishima Gunto
						Mar 27, 1945, broke off during return journey to carrier and
						aircraft crashed into sea inverted.  One crew member bailed out
						and was rescued, other two killed.
					47994 (JZ256) went over port side into sea during night takeoff from
						HMS Implacable Jun 15, 1945.  Crew rescued.
					48000 (JZ262) caught fire in air and ditched at unknownlocation Jul 25, 1945.
						Crew rescued.
					48001 (JZ263) suffered engine fire from takeoff from HMS Implacable
						Mar 19, 1945 and ditched.  Two crew rescued by HMS Wolverine, no
						mention of a third.
					48002 (JZ264) lost height and ditched at unknown location May 4, 1945.
					48003 (JZ265) lost half of starboard wing andcrashed while
						diving to attack Soengi Gerong oil refinery Jan 29, 1945.  Crew killed.
					48004 (JZ266) while parking on HMS Ruler after return from mission May 14, 1945
						struck by aicraft attempting to land on and pushed off flight
						deck to land inverted on ship's forecastle.  One crew member
						killed, other two survived.  Aircraft DBR.
				48016 (c/n 5782) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2539. SOC Sep 1959.  To children's playground
					at Havelock North, New Zealand Aug 24, 1965.  Recovered and now believed to be in storage in Auckland.
				48017 (c/n 5783) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2540.  Returned to US Navy Oct 21, 1944.
				48020 (c/n 5786) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2544.  Damaged by enemy AAA May 28, 1944 and w/o at Bougainville
				48021 (c/n 5787) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2541.  Hit by flak during bombing raid at Lakunai on May 10, 1944. The aircraft lost 
					height and then nosed over and dived into the sea about half a mile off the coast.
				48023 (c/n 5789) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2542.  SOC Mar 1948 and scrapped
				48024 (c/n 5790) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2543.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944.
				48032 (c/n 5798) became N7922A and used for spraying.  Crashed Jun 6, 1966 into light brush 7 mi from Chipman 
					airstrip.  Is the wreck still there?
				48035/48049 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ272/JZ286
					48044 (JZ281) SOC by Dec 11, 1945
					48046 (JZ283) suffered engine fire during mission from HMS Implacable
						Jul 25, 1945 and ditched alongside patrolling destroyer.
				48055 (c/n 5821) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2545. Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944.   Reconditioned and 
					transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL508.  No record of fate.  
				48060 (c/n 5826) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2546.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944.  Royal Navy records say 
					that this aircraft was reconditioned and transferred to them Jul 31, 1945
					as VL509, but there is no record of use or fate.
				48063/48076 to Royal Navy as Avenger I JZ287/JZ300
					48065 (JZ289) crashed into Indian Ocean Apr 29, 1945 after colliding
						with Seafire PP979 during glide bombing exercise.  One crew
						member rescued, other two killed.
				48077 (c/n 5843) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2547.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945.
				48081 (c/n 5847) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2548.  Landed in sea after engine failure during operational training flight on Mar 15, 1944
				48099 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				48103 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
48124			Martin PBM-3D Mariner
				48124 to US Coast Guard Oct 1945 as 7968
48125/48163		Martin PBM-3S Mariner
				48126 (VP-213) missing on routine patrol 12/13/1943.
					18 MIA.
				48134 (VP-213) hit ammunition magazine during night
					landing at NAS Key West, FL 1/26/1944.  12 killed.
				48141 (VP-214) blew own tail off during bombing practice
					1/22/1944.  4 killed.
				48143 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX118.  SOC Jan 11, 1945.
				48145 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX119.  Returned to USN Jun 8, 1944
				48146 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX120, but
					was not delivered to RAF.
				48147 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX121.  Returned to USN Feb 23, 1944
				48152 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX122.  Returned to USN Apr 15, 1944
				48153 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX123.  SOC Feb 21, 1944, but listed as having an accident in Bermuda Jun 16, 1944.
				48154 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX124, but
					was not delivered to RAF.
				48155 to RAF as Mariner GR.1. JX125.  SOC Mar 11, 1944
				48156 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX126, but
					was not delivered to RAF.
				48157 to RAF as Mariner GR.1. JX127.  SOC Mar 23, 1944
				48158 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX128, but
					was not delivered to RAF.
				48159 to RAF as Mariner GR.1. JX129.  SOC Mar 27, 1944
				48160 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX130, but
					was not delivered to RAF.
				48161 to RAF as Mariner GR.1. JX131.  SOC Mar 4, 1944
				48162 to RAF as Mariner GR.1. JX132.  SOC Mar 15, 1944
				48163 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX133, but
					there is no trace of receipt by RAF.
48164/48223		Martin PBM-3D Mariner
				48173 hit by bowser boat while being refueled and sank off 
					Tanapag Harbor, Saipan 6/19/1944.
				48182 (VP-202) sank after night landing accident Kwajalein
					Atoll 2/16/1944.  5 killed.
				48184 (VP-202) non-operational loss Kwajalein Atoll
					2/25/1944.
				48185/48192 were to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX134/JX141 but
					there is no trace of receipt by RAF.
				48199 (VP-16) forced landing at Howland Island lagoon, burned 
					6-10-1944.  Crew rescued.
				48202 (VP-16) forced landing at sea and sank during night
					ferry flight.  Crew rescued.
				48208 (VP-16) emergency landing and sank near Saipan 
					6/27/1944.
				48214 to US Coast Guard as 48214.
				48215 (VP-202) lost Aug 9,1944 at NATS Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides when it
					ran aground during a buoy approach and sank in 25 feet of water.
				48220 (VP-17) engine failure near Ryan Field, AZ
					5/3/1944.  Crew bailed out
				48222 (VP-16) crashed east of Columbus, NM 4/11/1944.  12 killed.
48224/48228		Boeing B-314 Clipper flown by PAA crews under contract to US Navy
				48224, B-314A c/n 1990, Delivered February 1939 as NC18603, [Yankee Clipper 
					for PanAm] sold to USN Dec 13, 1941, operated by PanAm.  Crashed and sank in River 
					Tagus near Lisbon, Portugal on February 22, 1943. Crashed while attempting to 
					land when the left wingtip of the aircraft contacted the water of the River 
					Tagus during a descending turn. The aircraft flew for the U.S. Navy, but was 
					operated by PanAm. 24 fatalities of 39 onboard.
					Klaas says that c/n 1990 became 48225.
				48225, B-314A, c/n 1991, Delivered March 1939 as NC18604/NC18604, [Atlantic Clipper 
					for PanAm] sold to USN Dec 13, 1941, operated by PanAm. To Universal
					Airlines as NC18604 Aug 20, 1946.  Salvaged for parts ca 1950.
					Klaas says that c/n 1991 became 48226.
				48226, B-314A, c/n 1992, Delivered April 1939 as NC18605, [Dixie Clipper for 
					PanAm] sold to USN in 1942, operated by PanAm. Sold to World Airways after 
					the war. Scrapped in 1950. President Roosevelt was flown to the Casablanca 
					Conference to meet with Churchill and Stalin on January 14, 1943, thus 
					becoming the first in-office president to fly, and the 314 Dixie Clipper the 
					first presidential airplane.  Klaas has c/n 1991 becoming 48227.
				48227, B-314A, cn 1988, ex Pan AM NX18601/NC18601 "Honolulu Clipper".  To USN
					Dec 17, 1942.  Two engines failed en route from Honolulu to San Francisco
					Mar 3, 1945.  Aicraft made forced landing and occupants taken off by tanker
					SS Englewood Hills. Aircraft later sunk by gunfire.
				48228, B-314A c/n 2083, ex USAAF 42-88632.  To USN Dec 17, 1942.  Restored as NC18609
					to Universal Airlines Aug 20, 1946.  Damaged by storm Nov 1946 (prior to
					physical acquisition by Universal) and subsequently broken up for spares.
48229			Grumman JRF-5
				Transferred to USAAF as 45-49088
48230/48231		Martin M-130 
				Two China Clippers operated by US Navy.
				48230 (c/n 557) delivered to Pan American World Airways 14 November 1935, reg. NC14715, named "Philippine Clipper". 
					In 1942 it was impressed for war service as an US Navy transport and operated by Pan Am.  On Navy flight V-1104, 
					crashed into a mountain north of San Francisco, California on Jan 21, 1943 on flight from Pearl Harbor to
					San Francisco.  All 19 onboard killed, including Pacific Fleet Submarine Force commander Robert English and 
					his senior staff.
				48231 (c/n 558) delivered to Pan American World Airways 09 October 1935, reg. NC14716, named " China Clipper".  In 1942 
					it was impressed for war service as an US Navy transport and operated by Pan Am. Returned to Pan Am 
					Oct 13, 1943 as NC14716. Crashed at Port of Spain, Trinidad on 8 January 1945. 
48232/48234		Ryan XFR-1 Fireball
				48232 hit mountain top before crashing into Sycamore Canyon near San Diego, CA Oct 13, 1944.
				48234 suffered wing failure and pilot bailed out near Lindberg Field (SD)
					Apr 5, 1945.  Plane crashed into parked PB4Y-2 59836, 
					destroying both aircraft.  4 crewmen in PB4Y-2 escaped, pilot
					of XFR-1 parachuted safely.
48235/48236		McDonnell XFD-1 Phantom
				48235 crashed Nov 1, 1945, killing the pilot
				48236 crashed Aug 24, 1945.
48237/48238		Lockheed XP2V-1 Neptune
				c/n 26-1001/1002
				48238 w/o May 11, 1950 near Oyster, VA during flight test when engine fell off.
48239/48242		Goodyear ZNP-M 
				M Class Airship, M-1 to M-4.  22 ordered but only delivered.
				48239 (M-1) first flew in Oct 1943, arrived NAS Lakehurst 29 Nov 1943, assigned to the Naval Airship Training 
					and Experimental Command. The airship XM-1 landed at Naval Air Facility, Glynco, Ga., completing 
					a flight of 170.3 hours on 27 Oct 1946, a world record (at the time) for duration in self-sufficient 
					flight for any type aircraft.
				48240 (M-2) arrived 12 Mar 1944 assigned to ZP-21 NAS Richmond, FL. The squadron was officially 
					disestablished on November 14, 1945.
 				48241 (M-3) completed 15 Jan 1944 assigned to ZP-21 NAS Richmond, FL. The squadron was officially 
					disestablished on November 14, 1945.
				48242 (M-4) delivered Apr 1944 to NAS Lakehurst the last airship delivery of WWII. Assigned to ZP-21 NAS
					 Richmond, FL. The squadron was officially disestablished on November 14, 1945.
48243/48245		Curtiss SOC-3A  
				SOC-4s taken over from U. S. Coast Guard
				48243 (c/n 12412) was ex-USCG V171
				48244 (c/n 12413) was ex-USCG V172
				48245 (c/n 12414) was ex-USCG V173
48246/48251		Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				USAAF C-45s transferred to US Navy
				48246/48247 ex USAAF 44-47369/47370
					48246 (c/n 7761) to JMSDF as 6422
					48247 (c/n 7763) (TC-45J) to civil registry as N6682.
				48248/48250 ex USAAF 44-47385/47387
				48251 (c/n 7786) ex USAAF 44-47389.  To JMSDF as 6413 
48252/48451		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				31 delivered to USAAF as OA-10
				48252 (c/n 1614) to N9415H.  To Netherlands Navy as P-216
				48257 (c/n 1619) to N68744. To Israeli AF.  To N94574.
					To G-APZA.  WFU Jul 30, 1960 
				48259 (VP-12) hit mountain on Choiseul Island in the Solomons 3/8/1944.  9 killed.
				48262 (c/n 1624) to N10016
				48265 (c/n 1627) to N68745
				48267 (c/n 1629) to N1275N
				48268 (VPB-100) crashed on takeoff from NAS Kaneohe 2/1/1945.  10 killed.
				48270 suffered landing accident 4/1/1946, Iaupahoehoe, Hawaii.  Sank while under tow.
				48271 to N68769
				48274 (c/n 1636) to N3784C
				48275 (c/n 1637) to N1586M, then CF-NTJ
				48280 (VP-44) overshot landing and hit obstacle Luganville airfield, South Pacific 5/12/1944.
					3 killed, 6 injured.
				48281 (c/n 1643) to N1540M then CF-IHJ
				48284 crashed into Pacific Ocean N of Point Arena, CA Aug 7, 1946.  All 6 onboard killed.
				48287 (c/n 1649) to storage at Litchfield Park, AZ in 1956. Sold at
					auction and became N10017.  To Questor Surveys, Ltd of Toronto as
					CF-JMS and to Selco Explorations in 1964 as VH-UMS.  Returned
					to Questor as CF-JMS, then to N16647 in 1973 and to C-GGDW by Aug 1975
					Now airworthy as N287.
				48289 (VPB-63) damaged in takeoff accident on frozen lake Glomel, France 1/12/1945.  SOC
				48290 to N68762
				48291 (VP-3) in midair collision Dec 16, 1947.
				48294 (c/n 1656) to civil regiatry as N9521C.
				48295 (c/n 1657) to N9503C
				48296 (c/n 1658) to Southern California Aircraft Copr of Ontario, CA in 1954
					as N68746.  To Austin Airways, Toronto in 1966 as CF-AAD.  Crashed at
					Great Whale, Quebec Sep 24, 1972.
				48297 (c/n 1659) to RAAF as A24-75.  Sold on civilian registry as VH-BDY 1947.
				48298 (c/n 1660) to RAAF as A24-74.  Forced landing in Clarence River
					May 21, 1944.  Conversion Feb 12, 1946.
				48299 (c/n 1661) to RAAF as A24-76.  Crashed Dec 19, 1944, Broome, WA.
				48300 (c/n 1662) to RAAF as A24-73.  Failed to return from Surabaya May 21, 1944.
				48301 (c/n 1663) to RAAF as A24-77. Sold to C. K. Campbell Nov 12, 1947.
				48302 (c/n 1664) to RAAF as A24-78.  Sold to Barrier Reef Airways Nov 10, 1947.
				48304 (C/n 1666) to N1555M, then CF-NWY
				48314 transferred to US Coast Guard
				48317 (c/n 1679) to civil registry as N1495V, then taken on charge by Dutch Navy May 29, 1952 as P-212. 
					SOC 7/8.1957 and displayed by a swimming pool in Hoeven.  To the Military 
					Aviation Museum at Soesterberg 1984.
				48319 (c/n 1681) to N9504C, then to  Brazilian Petroleum company Petrobras as PT-AXL, then
					to Brazilian AF as FAB 6550, designated as C-10.  w/lo after crash landing on river at S. Antonio do Ica,
					Oct 4, 1978.
				48320 (c/n 1682) on civil registry as N31232
				48322 (c/n 1684) to N1564M
				48326 (VP-24) crashed 6/27/1944 Majuro, South Pacific.
				48327 (c/n 1689) to N1520V then F-OAYD.  In 2009, aircraft was resting underwater
					as an artifical reef off the airport at Faaa, near Papete, Tahiti.
				48328 (c/n 1744) crashed on ferry flight from NAS Seattle to CGAS Elizabeth City Feb 11, 1947.
					2 of 6 aboard survived the crash.
				48331 lost 12/1/1944 in South Pacific during non-combat mission due to unknown cause.
				48332 (c/n 1694) to Norwegian AF as KK-D
				48333 (c/n 1695) to N9512C
				48334 (c/n 1696) to N9535C, to N74812.  WFU 1963.  The fuselage recently restored
					in USN colors at Classic Flyers Air Museum Trust, Tauranga,
					New Zealand is believed to be from this aircraft.
				48335 (c/n 1697) to N10019
				48339 (VP-53) wrecked in takeoff accident on rescue mission near Maloepal, South Pacific 6/9/1944.
					Sunk by gunfire.
				48341 (VP-53) damaged 3/24/1944, Jajuro, South Pacific and SOC.  I also have
					this one as going to RAAF as A24-85 and being sold Nov 12, 1947.
				48343 (c/n 1705) to N4936V
				48344 (c/n 1706) to RAAF as A24-79.  Sold to Barrier Reef Airways Nov 10, 1947
				48345 (c/n 1707) to RAAF as A24-84.  Sold Jan 5,1948.
				48346 (c/n 1708) to RAAF as A24-83.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith Jan 5, 1948.
				48347 (c/n 1709) was to have gone to RAAF but disappered
					on delivery flight Feb 4, 1944.  5 crew missing.  Plane
					never carried an A24 serial
				48348 (c/n 1710) to RAAF as A24-87.  Sold to Sydney Morning Herald Mar 24, 1947.
				48349 (c/n 1711) to RAAF as A24-80.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith Jan 5, 1948.
				48350 (c/n 1712) to RAAF as A24-81.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith Jan 5, 1948.
				48352 (c/n 1714) to RAAF as A24-88.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith Jan 5, 1948.  Used as a houseboat for many years.
					Almost all of the fuselage surivives at Australian National Aviation Museum at Moorabbin Airport, Melbourne.
				48353 (c/n 1715) to RAAF as A24-93.  Sold Jan 5, 1948.
				48354 (c/n 1716) to RAAF as A24-89.  Sold to Barrier Reef Airways Nov 10, 1947.
				48355 (c/n 1717) to RAAF as A24-90.  Failed to return from Makassar Oct 15, 1944.
				48356 (c/n 1718) to RAAF as A24-86.  Sold to J. E. Woods Nov 13, 1947.
				48357 (VPF-1, French) flew into water off Agadir, French Morocco 6/23/1944.  All crew killed.
				48358 to French Navy
				48359 transferred to French Navy
				48360 transferred to French Navy
				48361 (VPF-1) crash-landed due to fuel exhaustion and bad weather 7/12/1944 of Safi, French Morocco.
					5 killed, 4 rescued.
				48362 to French Navy
				48363 to French Navy
				38365 to USAAF as OA-10A 43-47957
				48368 (c/n 1730) front section recovered from Coleambally, Australia and stored at Wagga Wagga, NSW
					Now in Australian Museum of Flight, Nowra, NSW, Australia.  Had gone to USAAF as
					OA-10A 43-47960.
				48370 (VPB-92) sank after hard landing NAS San Juan, Puerto Rico 10/19/1944.  SOC.
				48371 (c/n 1733) to N5589V
				48373 (c/n 1735) to N10018 then N95R, now VH-BRI in Australia as a houseboat.  Was DBR Jul 8, 1962
				48374 (c/n 1736) to N9507C, later YV-P-DPZ, YV-O-CFO-2, YV-63CP, YV-584CP in Venezuela.  Believed
					destined for European airshow circuit.
				48375 (c/n 1737) SOC at Seattle Jun 1953.  To Trans-Alaskan Airlines as N4937V.  Passed through various 
					owners, still as N4937V, until it was registed to Fleetway Inc of Burbank, CA Nov 30, 1954.
					On same day, sold to LATN (Líneas Aéreas de Transporte Nacional) but on Dec 22, a C of R was issued to
					Fleetway as N4937V.  Did go on to become CP-CBA/T-29.  To Paraguayan AF as FAP 2002,
					This was apparently the aircraft used by Juan Peron to flee Argentina in Sept 1955. 
					Then to N96FP, later N96UC.  Spotted in Flying Tigers Restoration Museum in Kissimmee, FL July 1998, 
					bearing civil registration N96UC.   Nov 2006 at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, FL 
				48376 (VP-73) ground-looped during landing and burned 4/25/1944 NAS Beaufort, SC.  SOC.
				48380 (c/n 1742) to N5805N, then CF-EMW
				48381 (c/n 1743) to N1279N
				48382 to Norwegian AF as KK-A
				48383 (c/n 1745) to N68768, then to Holland (registration PH-PBY not taken up,
					became PH-TGP) then to Dutch East Indies as JZ-POA.  Believe scrapped at Kai Tak
					in early 1960s.
				48384 (VPB-43) landed in ocean after engine failure 5/24/1945, Attu, Alaska.  Drifted onto beach after
					after crew were rescued.
				48385 (c/n 1747) to N68747
				48386 (VPB-62)crashed into side of mountain during takeoff 3/10/1945 NAS Kodiak, Alaska.  8 killed, 
					6 injured.
				48387 to N6466C
				48388 (c/n 1750) to N1521V, to HK-1020 for Lineas Aereas Interiores
					de Catalina (LAICA) in 1972.  Crashed at Villavicencio,
					Colombia Jun 11, 1973.  Pilot was killed.  Also has been listed
					as HK-520.
				48389 (VRF-3) force landed at sea and sank 3 mi off Newport Beach, DE 3/11/1946
				48390 (c/n 1652) 
				48391 (c/n 1753, VP-61) caught fire in Oak Harbor, WA during taxiing 1/24/1944.  SOC.
					Civilianized as N68763 so it must have been repaired.
				48396 (c/n 1758) to N10609
				48397 (c/n 1759) to civil registry as N5593V and converted into luxury flying
					yacht. In the spring of 1960 owner took his family around the world on a
					pleasure trip and on Mar 22, 1960 they landed at the Strait of
					Tirana to spend the night there.  The next afternoon they were attacked
					by automatic fire from a headlands nearby.  The aircraft ran aground
					while they were attempting to takeoff.  The passengers were captured by
					a group of Bedouins attached to the Saudi Arabian army, who had taken
					them for Israeli commandos.  They were taken to Jedda and were interrogated.
					They were eventually set free with the help of the American ambassador.
					The aircraft is still on the beach reef at Ash Shaykh Humayd, Aqaba, Saudi Arabia
				48398 (VP-45) crashed on non-combat mission 2/2/1944, Attu, Alaska.  I have this plane also being with
					VP-61 and crashed 5/1/1944 in bad weather with 8 MIA.
				48399 (VPB-71) collided with obstacle 8/10/1945 Philippines
				48402 (c/n 1764) to N5592V
				48404 (c/n 1770) to N68748
				48406 (c/n 1768) now N5590V at Aerospace Museum, San Diego, CA
				48408 to N68748
				48410 (c/n 1772) to N68764
				48411 (VP-801) ground-looped during taxiing at NAS Quonset Point, RI 8/26/1950.
				48412 (c/n 1774) civil identities (oldest first) were N10024, N96R, YV-P-EPX, YV-P-EPZ (Orinoco Mining Company), 
					YV-O-CFO-4, YV-56CP, YV-585CP, YV-485C (Rr 1973), now N7238Z.
				48413 (c/n 1775) to N68765
				48414 (c/n 1776) to N68749
				48416 (VPB-84) lost in takeoff accident from San 
					Francisco Bay and hit hillside 5/4/1945.  7 
					killed, 2 injured.
				48417 (VPB-73) water looped on landing 1/24/1945 Jamaica
					Bay, Long Island, NY.  5 killed, 7 injured.
				48419 (c/n 1781) to PP-ABC then PP-PDR, then to Brazilian AF as CA-10 FAB 6509
				48422 (c/n 1784) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 6521.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.
					Converted in USA to cargo aircraft in 1958 and redesignated CA-10A.  W/o Feb 8, 1968.
				48423 (c/n 1785) on civil registry as N4002A after retirement from Navy.
					Owned by a number of Canadian companies as CF-JJG.  Flow to 
					Reno for storage in 1986 and went through a succession of
					owners before acquired by Catalina Angels Ltd as N423RS and
					operated it for Greenpeace for use in pollution watching
					activities.  Bought from Greenpeace by Super Catalina Restoration in 2000
					and will be made airworthy.  Plane is currently on display
					at Duxford in UK. Flown to Lee-on-Solent where it will be based.
					Seen at Lee-on-Solent Jan 2006 painted as JV828.  Reported Feb 2009 to
					have been sold to PBY Aviation in USA
				48424 (c/n 1786) to N9509C
				48425 (c/n 1787) to N68743
				48426 (c/n 1788) now N31235 for SLAFCO, Moses Lake, WA as water bomber.  In Aug 2007
					seen at Palm Springs Air Museum.  Has the tail of a PBY-6A.
				48427 flew into water during bad weather landing
					6/16/1944 in Aleutians.  7 killed.
				48429 (c/n 1791) to N1565M, then CF-IGJ, then C-FIGJ
				48430 (c/n 1792) to N1522V
				48431 (c/n 1793) to N1277N
				48434 (c/n 1796) to N9524C
				48435 (c/n 1797) to N31233 then CF-ILK
				48438 (c/n 1800) to N68750
				48440 (c/n 1802) to N68751
				48441 (c/n 1803) to N4856V..
				48443 (VPB-71) in emergency landing Quinapundan Bay,
					Philippines 3/22/1945 and sunk by gunfire.  SOC.
				48446 (c/n 1808) to civil registry as N5591V, then YV-209CP (Bemana), and finally N285NJ
					Wrecked at Turin, Italy May 21, 1989 when brakes failed during landing, ran out
					of runway into a house, 2 crew killed, 3 passengers injured.
				48447 (c/n 1809) to N9510C, to Indonesia as PK-AKT, to Netherlands, New
					Guinea as JZ-POD for NV Nederlands Nieuw Guinea Petroleum Mij, Den Haag,
					Netherlands.  Registration cancelled and believed to have been scrapped
					at Kai Tak, Hong Kong in early 1960s.
				48448 (c/n 1810) to N31234, CF-IHD, F-BMKT, French Navy 48/F-YCHC and q/o Apr 20, 1966 when nosewheel doors 
					opened on landing
				48449 damaged 4/19/1944 during landing training 
					4/19/1944, San Diego NAS, CA.  SOC.
				48450 (c/n 1812) to N68752
				48451 (c/n 1813) 
48452/48453		Free Balloon Lakehurst
48454/48651		Cancelled contract
48652/48939		Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
				c/n 237-5888/6175.
				48652 (VPB-146) destroyed during Japanese air raid Nov 29, 1944
				48653 to RCAF as 2259
				48654 (c/n 237-5890) to RCAF as 2262.  TO N3949C, N165H, N367 (ntu).  To Brazilian AF as 2058.  Now at Museu Aeroespacial,
					Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
				48655 (c/n 237-5891) to RCAF as 2265.  To N10487, N515.  Converted to Super Ventura Jun 13, 1957.  To N511U.
					Converted to Howard 350.  To N1514S.  Crashed in swamp Dania, Florida and DBF May 26, 1979.  Cancelled Aug 6, 2012.
				48656 (c/n 237-5892) to RCAF as 2263.  To N5549N, N18N, N181V.  Converted to Howard 350.  To N510R, N350Q.
					DBF at Opa Locka, Florida Aug 18, 1970.  Cancelled Mar 4, 1971
				48657 (c/n 237-5893) to RCAF as 2261
				48658 (c/n 237-5894) to RCAF as 2264.  To N10482.  Converted to Super Ventura.  To N99G, N36R.  Converted to
					Howard 350. To N236R, N10TP.  Crashed 20 mi NE of Ilpilo, Philippines Jun 22, 1973.  Cancelled Aug 6, 1974.
				48659 (c/n 237-5895) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4546.  W/o after forced landing after engine failure 
					Nausori, Fiji Sep 15, 1944.  To instructional airfarme AV.1 at Nausori
				48660 (c/n 237-5896) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4547.  Crashed on landing at Kaneohe, Hawaii during delivery flight on 
					Jan 3, 1944 when the port undercarriage collapsed
				48661 (c/n 237-5897) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4548.  SOC Mar 1948
				48662 (c/n 237-5898) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4549.  SOC Mar 1948
				48663 (c/n 237-5899) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4550.  Crashed at Nausori on 4 Dec 4,  1944. The aircraft was landing 
					in a crosswind when it swung off the runway and its depth charges blew up
				48664 (c/n 237-5900) to New Zealand Dec 14, 1943 as NZ4551.  SOC Mar 1948
				48665 (c/n 237-5901) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4552.  SOC Mar 1948
				48666 (c/n 237-5902) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4553.  SOC Mar 1948
				48667 (c/n 237-5903) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4554.  SOC Mar 1948
				48668 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS898.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48669 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS899.  Missing from night navigation exercise Oct 6, 1944
				48670 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS900.  Wrecked when swing on takeoff and
					undercarriage collapsed, Belem, Brazil Jan 29, 1944
				48671 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS901.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				48672 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS902.  Crashed after being abandoned by crew
					30 mi SW of Debra, Sudan Jan 18, 1945 after running out of fuel
				48673 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS903.  Diverted to SAAF as 6451, no RAF service.  Crashed Gibraltar Jan 6, 1945
				48674 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS904.  Diverted to SAAF as 6459, no RAF service
				48675 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS905.  Diverted to SAAF as 6452, no RAF service. Crashed into sea off Huelva, Spain May 11, 1945
				48676 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS906.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				48677 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS907.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48678 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS908.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				48679 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS909.  Transferred to SAAF as 6521 Jan 25, 1945.  Scrapped mid 1960s.
				48680 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS910.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48681 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS911.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				48682 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS912.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48683 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS913.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48684 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS914.  SOC Jun 24, 1945
				48685 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS915.  Lost Sep 13, 1944
				48686 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS916.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48687 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS917.  SOC Apr 30, 1945  
				48698 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS918.  Stalled in circuit and crashed
					1 mi S of Reiss, Caithness, Scotland Aug 31, 1944
				48699 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS919.  Diverted to SAAF as 6464, no RAF service.  Used as spared for Howard 500 production.
				48700 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS920.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				48701 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS921.  Diverted to SAAF as 6463, no RAF service
				48702 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS922.  Diverted to SAAF as 6517, no RAF service.  Scrapped in 1960s.
				48703 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS923.  Diverted to SAAF as 6465, no RAF service.  To civil
					registry as N139W and converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-115, then
					to N86W, N44HH and crashed adn DBF Pawhuska, Oklahoma Aug 13, 1977.   cancelled Dec 1977
				48704 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS924.  Diverted to SAAF as 6460, no RAF service.  Lost at sea on ASR search from
					Gibraltar Dec 17, 1944.
				48705 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS925.  Diverted to SAAF as 6456, no RAF service.  Scrapped 1960s
				48706 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS926.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48707 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS927.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				48708 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS928.  SOC Jun 24, 1945
				48709 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS929.  SOC Mar 14, 1945
				48710 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS930.  Transferred to SAAF as 6505 Oct 1, 1945.  Scrapped 1960s
				48711 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS931.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				48712 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS932.  SOC Jun 24, 1945
				48713 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS933.  Crashed on takeoff, La Senia Jul 26, 1944
				48714 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS934.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				48715 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS935.  Missing from convoy escort
					mission Jul 13, 1944
				48716 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS936.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48717 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS937.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48718 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS938.  Diverted to SAAF as 6457, no RAF service.  W/o Apr 1944
				48719 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS939.  Diverted to SAAF as 6461, no RAF service.  Used as spares for Howard 500
					production
				48720 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS940.  SOC May 20, 1947
				48721 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS941.  Diverted to SAAF as 6462, no RAF service.  Crashed near St Johns, South 
					Africa Dec 14, 1959
				48722 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS942.  Diverted to SAAF as 6458, no RAF service.  To
					civil registry as N130PL.  Cancelled May 1964 as WFU.  Converted to Howard 500 with c/n 500-114.
					To N130P.  Stored Chandler, Arizona from May 1987.  Cancelled May 31, 2011.
				48723 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS943.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48724 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS944.  SOC Jul 20, 1945.  To SAAF as 6509.  Operated by 17 Squadron Jun 1948.
					Scrapped
				48725 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS945.  SOC Apr 14, 1945
				48726 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS946.  SOC May 14, 1947
				48727 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS947.  SOC Mar 10, 1949
				48728 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS948.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48729 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS949.  SOC Jan 25, 1945
				48730 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS950.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48731 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS951.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				48732 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS952.  SOC Jul 20, 1945
				48733 (VB-135) w/o 5-May-44 Attu,Ak.  Missing on patrol.  
					6 MIA
				48737 to RCAF as 2266
				48738 (VB-131) w/o 5-Jan-44 Surinan.  Crashed after 
					take-off, loaded with 11 bombs.  6 killed
				48744 (VB-147) w/o 27-Dec-43 Rockaway Inlet, NY.  Crashed and exploded.  5 killed.
				48747 (VPB-130) ditched Mar 22, 1945 near Borneo and Tawi Tawi.
				48748 to RAAF as A59-65 1/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				48749 to RAAF as A59-64 1/1944. Sold 9/6/1949.
				48750 to RAAF as A59-66 1/1944.  Damaged beyond repair
					during landing at Camden NSW 8/21/1944.
				48751 to RCAF as 2269
				48752 to RCAF as 2273.  To N9319H, N60TG.  Converted to Howard 350 prototype c/n H-350-1.  To N350K.
					Stored Ft Lauderdale, Florida Jul 1976 to Apr 1980.  Cancelled as N350K Jul 25, 1977.
				48753 to RCAF as 2270
				48754 (c/n 237-5990) to RCAF as 2268.  on civil registry as N64006, N5119, N51190.  Cancelled Aug 10, 2012
				48755 to RCAF as 2272
				48756 to RCAF as 2271
				48757 to RCAF as 2276
				48761 to RCAF as 2274
				48762 to RCAF as 2275.  Ditched off Quandra Island, British Columbia on delivery flight Feb 7, 1944.
					Remains still extant 1994
				48763 (c/n 237-5999) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4555.  Stored Jun 1946
				48764 (c/n 237-6000) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4556.  Force landed in sea 3 miles off Malaita during weather test flight 
					on Jun 25, 1944. The aircraft was completely demolished but the crew survived, only one being injured.
				48765 (c/n 237-6001) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4557.  SOC Mar 1948
				48766 (c/n 237-6002) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4558.  SOC Mar 1948
				48767 (c/n 237-6003) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4559.  SOC Mar 1948
				48768 (c/n 237-6004) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4560.  SOC Mar 1948
				48769 (c/n 237-6005) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4561.  To No.1 Squadron. Crashed into sea off Olevuga Island on Oct 5, 1944. 
					The aircraft suffered an engine failure while on a submarine attack exercise and was unable to maintain altitude. During ditching preparations 
					the aircraft stalled and hit the sea.
				48770 (c/n 237-6006) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4563.  Scrapped 1948.
				48771 (c/n 237-6007) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4562.  Crashed at Henderson Field on Mar 19, 1945. The aircraft swung 
					on takeoff and was written off as a result of the damage received.
				48772 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS953.  Transferred to SAAF as 6533 Nov 2, 1945
				48773 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS954.  Ditched in Atlantic Ocean following
					engine failure
				48774 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS955.  Wrecked Jan 4, 1944 when skidded
					off runway and undercarriage collapsed, Georgetown, British
					Guiana Jan 4, 1944
				48775 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS956.  Transferred to SAAF as 6534 Jan 25, 1945.  Stored at SAAF Museum, Swartkop
				48776 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS957.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				48777 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS958.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				48778 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS959.  DBR Jul 30, 1944
				48779 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS960.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48780 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS961.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48783 (NACTS) w/o 24-Jun-46 NAAS Chincoteague, Va.  Lost 
					engine on take-off & crashed  3 killed.
				48784 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS962.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48785 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS963.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48786 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS964.  SOC Jun 16, 1944
				48787 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS965.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48788 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS966.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48789 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS967.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48790 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS968.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48791 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS969.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				48792 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS970.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				48793 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS971.  Destroyed by fire after swung on takeoff
					and undercarriage collapsed, Belem Jan 29, 1944
				48794 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS972.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48795 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS973.  Sold for scrap Sep 3, 1947
				48796 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS974.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48797 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS975.  Transferred to SAAF as 6523 Jan 25, 1945.  Used as spared for Howard 500
					production.
				48798 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS976.  Diverted to SAAF as 6466, no RAF service
				48799 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS977.  Diverted to SAAF as 6479, no RAF service
				48800 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS978.  Diverted to SAAF as 6467, no RAF service.  Scrapped Kasfareet, Egypt 1946
				48801 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS979.  Wrecked when skidded off runway while
					landing and struck Ventura JT873 (ex 49480) at Tarquinia Oct 30, 1944
				48802 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS980.  Overturned in forced landing at Sorati Landing
					Ground Aug 25, 1944 after engine failed.
				48803 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS981.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed on
					landing, Ikeja Jun 3, 1944.
				48804 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS982.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48809 (VPB-146) ran into thunderhead.  Surveyed at Canton Jun 9, 1944.
				48810 (VPB-146) crashed on patrol mission Oct 28, 1944.  Crew MIA
				48813 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS983.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				48814 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JS984.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				48815 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT800.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48816 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT801.  Missing during ferry flight from Zanderey to
					Belem Jan 17, 1944.  Wreckage eventually found 100 mi SE of Amapa
				48817 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT802.  Crashed on takeoff at Takoradi Feb 16, 1944
				48818 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT803.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48819 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT804.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48820 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT805.  Diverted to SAAF as 6473, no RAF service.  Scrapped in 1970s
				48821 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT806.  Diverted to SAAF as 6470, no RAF service.  To SAAF 6532.  Crashed Sep 1945.
				48822 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT807.  Diverted to SAAF as 6471, no RAF service.  Crashed landing Wingfield, South
					Africa Jun 6, 1957
				48823 (c/n 6059) to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT808.  Diverted to SAAF as 6476, no RAF service.  To SAAF Technical School
					as TS-304.  Used for apprentice training at Jan Smuts Airport, Capetown in 1973 by South African
					Airways.  Still stored Johannesburg-Rand, South Africa 1992
				48824 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT809.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48825 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT810.  SOC Mar 25, 1946
				48826 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT811.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				48827 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT812.  Wrecked when bellylanded on approach to
					Bone Apr 21, 1945 after both engines failed
				48828 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT813.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				48829 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT814.  Missing from navigation exercise Jan 9, 1945
				48830 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT815.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				48831 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT816.  Spun into ground while in circuit at
					Tarquinia Nov 16, 1944.
				48832 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT817.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				48833 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT818.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48834 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT819.  Crashed while on patrol 15 mi N of 
					Cap de Fer, Algeria May 30, 1944
				48835 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT820.  DBR when swung on takeoff at Alghero
					Aug 12, 1944
				48836 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT821.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48837 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT822.  DBR when overshot landing at Takoradi
					Aug 12, 1944
				48838 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT823.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48839 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT824.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				48840 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT825.  Crashed on takeoff at Alghero Aug 11, 1944
				48841 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT826.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				48842 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT827.  Missing from anti-shipping sweep off
					Italian coast Sep 1, 1944.
				48843 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT828.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48844 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT829.  Caught fire on approach and burned out
					after landing at Heliopolis Oct 11, 1945
				48845 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT830.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
				48846 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT831.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48847 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT832.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48848 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT833.  Missing from anti-shipping
					sweep of southern coast of France Aug 18, 1944
				48849 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT834.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				48850 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT835.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				48851 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT836.  Missing Jul 16, 1944
				48852 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT837.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				48853 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT838.  Missing from mission to Rhodes Jun 30, 1944
				48854 to RAAF as A59-67 2/1944.  Belly landed at
					RAAF Richmond.  In storage at Point Cook awaiting
					restoration.
				48855 to RAAF as A59-68 2/1944.  
				48856 (c/n 237-6092) to New Zealand Jan 31, 1944 as NZ4564.  Crashed on landing at Espiritu Santo on Jun 9, 1944. The aircraft 
					dropped a wing while landing on an uneven part of the airstrip. During the attempted go-around the port wing of the aircraft struck trees.
				48857 (c/n 237-6093) to New Zealand Jan 29, 1944 as NZ4565.  SOC Mar 1948
				48858 (c/n 237-6094) to New Zealand Jan 29, 1944 as NZ4566.  SOC Mar 1948
				48859 (c/n 237-6095) to New Zealand Jan 31, 1944 as NZ4567.  Missing on a flight from Henderson Field, Guadalcanal on Nov 3, 1944. The 
					aircraft was last seen by natives at AvuAvu flying in bad weather.  Crashed at Langu Point, Near Honaira, Guadalcanal.  Wreck still
					extant 1992.
				48860 (c/n 237-6096) to New Zealand Feb 10, 1944 as NZ4568.  SOC Mar 1948
				48866 to French Aeronavale Nov 16, 1944.
				48867 to French Aeronavale sep 1945.
				48869 to French Aeronavale Nov 16, 1944
				48871 used by NACA for tests
				48877 destroyed on ground Dec 26, 1944 during bombing strike on South field of Tinian.
				48889 (VB-135) w/o 23-May-44 NAS Attu,Ak.  Flew into 
					water on take off & exploded.  6 killed
				48884 (VPB-145) w/o 24-Mar-45 NAS Brunswick,Ma.  
					Undershot landing by 450yds, fuel exhaustion.  SOC
				48891 (VPB-136) w/o 18-Mar-45 on ferry flight.  Ditched 
					off Kodiak Island.
				48897 (VPB-146) damaged during Japanese air raid Nov 7, 1944.
				48898 to RAAF as A59-71 2/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				48899 to RAAF as A59-69 2/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				48900 to RAAF as A59-72 2/1944.  Damaged beyond repair
					on takeoff at Balikpapan 22/15/1945.  Converted to
					components.
				48901 to RAAF as A59-70 2/1944.  On 1/15/1945, damaged
					by enemy gunfire diring attack on Bima Harbor.
					Returned safely to Gove.  Navigator was E. G. Whitlam,
					later Prime Minister of Australia.  Aircraft
					abandoned and destroyed.
				48902 (c/n 237-6138) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4570.  Failed to return to Espiritu Santo on a flight from Vila on Aug 8, 1944. 
					The aircraft was discovered on Malekula Island 6 weeks later; it had flown into a hill in poor visibility and exploded on impact.
				48903 (c/n 237-6139) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4575. Missing on flight from Espiritu Santo to Henderson Field, Guadalcanal
					 on Oct 10, 1944. The aircraft was last heard from flying in bad weather. The wreckage was discovered the following day on a jungle 
					covered hill in Southern Guadalcanal.
				48904 (c/n 237-6140) to New Zealand Feb 9, 1944 as NZ4569.  SOC Mar 1948.
				48905 (c/n 237-6141) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4571.  Crashed on take-off from Ford Island during delivery flight from 
					Oahu on 17 Mar 17, 1944.
				48906 to RAAF as A59-73.  DBF Gore airstrip, NT Aug 6, 1945.  Recovered 1988 for restoration by 13 Sqdn RAAF
					but dertermined to be beyond restoration.  Reurned to Grove for display Oct 12.
				48907 (VB-127) w/o 9-May-44 off Natal, Brazil.  Ditched
				48909 (VB-135) w/o 24-Jul-44.  Battle damage after sinking picket boat,ditched.  2 missing
				48910 (VB-135) w/o 16-Jun-44 Attu,Ak.  Force landed 
					after bomb mission in Neutral Territory
				48916 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945.
				48919 (c/n 237-6155) with VB-135 MIA Oct 7, 1944 after mission to Northern Kuriles.  Aircraft may have been
					shot down by Soviet AAA fire.
				48923 (FAW-8) w/o 13-Jun-44;Attu,Ak;Fuel exhaustion 
					during combat mission, ditched
				48934 (VB-135) missing 13-May-44, Ak after bomb mission.  
					6 MIA.
				48937 (VB-135) missing 27-Apr-44;Adak,Ak.  7 crew MIA
				48938 (VB-135) based in Attu, Ak crashed in Neutral 
					Territory 19 Jun 1944, 5 killed
48940/49359		Brewster F3A-1 Corsair
				contract cancelled   
49360/49659		Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
				c/n 237-6176/6475.
				49360 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT839.  Diverted to SAAF, no RAF service.  Crashed near Miller's Point, South Africa
					Mar 8, 1957
				49361 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT840.  Diverted to SAAF as 6485, no RAF service.  Scrapped in 1960s
				49362 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT841.  Transferred to SAAF as 6474
				49363 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT842.  to SAAF as 6481.  Scraped in 1970s
				49364 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT843.  Diverted to SAAF as 6482, no RAF service
				49365 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT844.  Diverted to SAAF as 6472, no RAF service.  Scrapped in 1970s
				49366 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT845.  Diverted to SAAF, no RAF service
				49367 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT846.  Crashed into sea 4 mi SW of Reykjavik
					in misty weather during ferry flight May 19, 1944
				49368 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT847.  To SAAF as 6522  
				49369 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT848.  Transferred to SAAF as 6475 Oct 1, 1945
				49370 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT849.  Diverted to SAAF as 6780, no RAF service
				49371 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT850.  Diverted to SAAF as 6477, no RAF service
				49372 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT851.  Diverted to SAAF as 6478, no RAF service
				49373 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT852.  Diverted to SAAF as 6484, no RAF service.  W/o Feb 1947
				49374 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT853.  Diverted to SAAF, no RAF service
				49375 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT854.  SOC May 14, 1947
				49376 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT855.  To SAAF as 6510.  Sold for scrap Sep 3, 1947
				49377 (c/n 237-6193) to Brazilian AF as FAB 01.  W/o Dec 28, 1944.  Rebuilt as 5034. WFU May 28, 1946. 
					 John Withers has this as being RAF JT855 being transferred to SAAF Oct 1, 1945
				49378 (c/n 237-6194) to Brazilian AF as FAB 02, later 5035.
					WFU Mar 5, 1959.  John Withers has this as being RAF JT856 being
					transferred to SAAF Oct 1, 1945
				49379 (c/n 237-6195) to Brazilian AF as FAB 03, later 5036.
					W/o Mar 17, 1954.  
				49380 (c/n 237-6196) to Brazilian AF as FAB 04, later 5037.
					WFU Mar 28, 1962
				49381 (c/n 237-6197) to Brazilian AF as FAB 05, later 5038.
					WFU Feb 7, 1952.
				49382 to RAAF as A59-74 4/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49383 to RAAF as A59-75 4/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49384 to RAAF as A59-76 3/1944.  Damaged beyond
					repair 11/10/1945 on takeoff at Labuan, Borneo.
				48385 to RAAF as A59-77 3/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49386 (c/n 237-6202) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4572.  SOC Mar 1948
				49387 (c/n 237-6203) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4573.  Departed from Ohakea on a routine meteorological flight on 
					Feb 28, 1946 and disappeared. The wreckage was found on Mar 19, 1949 in the Waitohu Valley, near Otaki.
				49388 (c/n 237-6204) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4574.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49389 (c/n 237-6205) to New Zealand Feb 28, 1944 as NZ4607.  Crashed at Emirau on Jul 1, 1945. The aircraft swung to
					 port on the takeoff roll and stalled just after leaving the ground
				49390 (c/n 237-6206) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4576.  SOC Mar 1948
				49391 (c/n 237-6207) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4577.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49392 (c/n 237-6208) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4581.  W/o in ground collision with NZ4552 (BuNo 48665) 
					while taxiing at Whenuapai, New Zealand Nov 4, 1944.  The rear section of the aircraft was demolished by a propeller of the 
					other aircraft and it was written off.
				49393 (c/n 237-6209) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4578.  Crashed at Malaita on May 28, 1945. The aircraft flew into a hill in 
					bad weather and exploded.
				49394 (c/n 237-6210) to New Zealand Feb 28, 1944 as NZ4582.  SOC Mar 1948
				49395 (c/n 237-6211) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4579.  SOC Mar 1948
				49396 (c/n 237-6212) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4606.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49397 (c/n 237-6213) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4580.  Crashed landing Green Island Jul 24, 1944 as a result
					of damage received from enemy action.
				49398 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT857.  Transferred to SAAF as 6520 Jan 5, 1945
				49399 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT858.  Diverted to SAAF as 6483, no RAF service .  Scrapped in 1970s
				49400 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT859.  Diverted to SAAF as 6489, no RAF service.  Crashed Dukuduku-LG, South Africa
					Ap 19, 1945.
				49401 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT860.  Diverted to SAAF as 6490, no RAF service.  Crashed near Oudtshoorn, South
					Africa Sep 9, 1953.
				49402 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT861.  Diverted to SAAF as 6486, no RAF service.  W/o Apr 1945
				49403 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT862.  Transferred to SAAF as 6487 Oct 1, 1945.  Storedat SAAF Museum, Swartkop
				49404 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT863.  Diverted to SAAF as 6519, no RAF service 
				49405 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT864.  Transferred to SAAF as 6492.  Crashed into sea Dec 30, 1944.
				49406 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT865.  SOC Feb 22, 1945.  To SAAF as 6529.  Scrapped 1960s
				49417 (VB-151) w/o 10-Jun-44.  Ditched near Necker Isl, Hi. Six crew missing.
				49423 (c/n 6239) to Brazilian AF as FAB 06, later 5039.  W/o Jul 26, 1947
				49424 (c/n 6240) to Brazilian AF as FAB 07, later 5040.  W/o Dec 20, 1957
				49425 (c/n 6241) to Brazilian AF as FAB 08, later 5041.  WFU Mar 5, 1959
				49426 (c/n 6242) to Brazilian AF as FAB 09, later 5042.  W/o in 1948
				49427 (c/n 6243) to Brazilian AF as FAB 10, later 5043.  To CB-34 in 1958.  TO PT-CDX in 1964
				49428 to RAAF as A59-78 4/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49429 to RAAF as A59-79 4/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49430 to RAAF as A59-80 4/1944.  Fitted with seats from A67-7 for personnel transport.  Sold 9/6/1949. Became VH-RGS.
				49431 to RAAF as A59-81 4/1944.  Damaged beyond repair during maintenance at Labaun 10/8/1945.  Converted
					to components.
				49432 to RAAF as A59-82 3/1945.  Converted to transport as VH-RGT.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49433 to RAAF as A59-83 4/1944.  Ditched on flight from Gove to Higgins 10/19/1944 after double engine failure.
				49434 to RAAF as A59-84 5/1944.  Crashed Gould Airstrip 1/27/1945. 6 crew killed.
				49435 to RAAF as A59-85 5/1944.   Sold 7/6/1949.
				49436 to RAAF as A59-86 5/1944.  Converted to transport under registration VH-RGU.  Crashed Maryborough, 
					Queensland Jan 30, 1946 due to engine failure
				49437 to RAAF as A59-87 4/1944.  Wheels-up landing at Kangaroo Valley, NSW 6/21/1945.  Reduced to 
					Components 8/9/1945.
				49438 to RAAF as A59-88 4/1944.  Converted to transport under registration VH-RGV.  
				49439 to RAAF as A59-89 4/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49440 to RAAF as A59-90 4/1945.  Used in experiments to extract crew from crashed aircraft.  SOC 11/10/1948.
				49441 to RAAF as A59-91 4/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49442 to RAAF as A59-92 4/1944.  Sold 3/25/1949.
				49443 (c/n 237-6259) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4608.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49444 (c/n 237-6260) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4609.  Shot down by AAA and crashed Rabulut Plantation, 
					New Guinea Jun 10, 1945.  Wreck still extant 1992
				49445 (c/n 237-6261) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4610.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49446 (c/n 237-6262) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4617.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49447 (c/n 237-6263) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4618.  Crashed on takeoff Jacquinot Bay, New Britain Sep 22, 1945
					when a tire burst on takeoff for a test flight and the undercarriage collapsed
				49448 (c/n 237-6264) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4619.  Crashed at Los Negros on Aug 29, 1945. The aircraft returned to 
					the field and circuited at a height of 75 feet. While carrying out a steep turn it rolled over and crashed inverted into Seeadler Harbour.
				49449 (c/n 237-6265) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4611.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49450 (c/n 237-6266) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4620.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49451 (c/n 237-6267) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4612.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49452 (c/n 237-6268) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4613.  Shot down Cape Narum, New Ireland, New Guinea 
					Jun 9, 1945. Crashed into a mountain near Kimidam. The aircraft was despatched on a leaflet dropping mission and failed to return. 
					The wreckage was discovered in November 1945.  Wreck still extant 1992.
				49453 (c/n 237-6269) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4621.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49454 (c/n 237-6270) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4614.  Failed to return from a strike near Rabaul on Sep 9,  1944. 
					The aircraft left Bougainville with 2 others but did not reach the target area. No sign of wreckage was found despite aerial searches until the 
					17th of the month.
				49455 (c/n 237-6271) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4624.  Ditched in transit from Gisborne to Espiritu Santo on Oct 26, 1944
				49456 (c/n 237-6272) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4615.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49457 (c/n 237-6273) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4616.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49459 (VRF-3(ferry)) crashed Nov 29, 1945 in Cascade Mountains east of
					Mount Saint Helens during ferry by a crew of 4 to NAS 
					Clinton, OK.   Crew bailed due to bad weather and crashed 7 mi E of Mt. St. Helens.
					3 crew died of exposure, pilot tried to hike out and disappeared.  
					Wreckage discovered by survey crew in early 1960s.
				49464 (VPB-130) missing 12-Mar-45 during search from Morotai, SP
				49467 (Factory acft) w/o 24-Feb-44 during test flight	before delivery.  Hit Mt McDill 10mi SW of Palmdale, CA during
					snowstorm. 4 killed.
				49469 (VB-125) w/o 18-Jun-44 off San Julian, Cuba.  Lost at night, crew bailed out, 1 killed.
				49473 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT866.  Transferred to SAAF as 6531 Jan 25, 1945.  W/o Sep 1945
				49474 (c/n 6290) to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT867.  Diverted to SAAF, no RAF service.
					SAAF serial was 6498 (radio call sign MFSMR).  Assigned to 29 Squadron.  To SAA Technical School
					as TS-306.  Postwar was transferred to 17 Squadron and converted to a transport.  Sold to
					South African Airways Apprentice Training School.  To SAAF Museum at 
					Swartkop AFB in Valhalla near Pretoria and restored circa 1988 with maritime
					paint scheme.  Displayed outside the SAAF Museum.  
				49475 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT868.  Diverted to SAAF as 6513, no RAF service
				49476 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT869.  Diverted to SAAF as 6499, no RAF service
				49477 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT870.  Transferred to SAAF as 6514 Oct 1, 1945.  Crashed Wingfield, South Africa
					Au 8, 1955
				49478 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT871.  Transferred to SAAF as 6504 Oct 1, 1945.  Crashed Ysterplaat, South Africa
					Aug 22, 1958
				49479 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT872.  Transferred to SAAF as 6525 Oct 1, 1945.  To SAA Technical School as TS-307.
					Sold to USA 1992.  Stored awaiting collection Apr 1997
				49480 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT873.  Wrecked when struck while parked by Ventura JS979 (ex 48801) Tarquina Oct 30, 1944
				49481 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT874.  Ditched 2 mi W of Tarquinia after engine failed on takeoff Sep 30, 1944
				49482 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT875.  Diverted to SAAF as 6500, no RAF service
				49483 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT876.  Diverted to SAAF as 6494, no RAF service
				49484 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT877.  SOC Mar 11, 1946
				49485 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT878.  SOC May 14, 1947
				49486 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT879.  Transferred to SAAF Jan 25, 1945 as 6528.  Crashe near Port Elizabeth,
					South Africa Dec 4, 1959
				49487 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT880.  Transferred to SAAF Jan 25, 1945 as 6524.  W/o Sep 1945
				49488 (VB-147) ditched 25-Jun-44 during ferry flight to 
					Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  John Withers has this one as being RAF JT881
					but transferred to SAAF as 6501.
				49489 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT882.  Diverted to SAAF as 6495, no RAF service.  Scrapped 1960s
				49490 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT883.  Diverted to SAAF as 6527, no RAF service.  Crashed Port Elizabeth, South
					Africa Mar 31,1 955.
				49491 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT884.  Wrecked when ground looped and
					tipped up after wheel locked on landing, Bandar Kassim, 
					Somaliland Aug 29, 1945.
				49492 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT885.  Diverted to SAAF as 6497, no RAF service.  Crashed Windhoek, South
					Africa Dec 10, 1956
				49493 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT886.  Transferred to SAAF as 6526 Jan 25, 1945.  Crashed near Pretoria, South
					Africa Aug 15, 1949
				49494 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT887.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and hit crater, Littorio Oct 31, 1944
				49495 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT888.  SOC Sep 3, 1947
				49497 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945
				49507 (VB-136) lost 19-Aug-44 during attack on Kurile Isl's.  Went missing heading to Kakumabetsu, 
					Russia.  5 MIA.
				49508 (VB-136) reported missing 30-Aug-44 in attack on Kuriles, landed at Petropaulovak, Russia.
				49511 (c/n 237-6327) to Brazilian AF as FAB 11, later 5044.  W/o Jan 26, 1955
				49512 (c/n 237-6328) to Brazilian AF as FAB 12, later 5045.  To CB-34 Jan 31, 1958.  WFU 1962.  To PT-CDX in 1964.  
					W/o in accident Aug 17, 1965
				49513 (c/n 237-6329) to Brazilian AF as FAB 13, later 5046.  WFU Dec 20, 1957
				49514 (c/n 237-6330) to Brazilian AF as FAB 14, later 5047.  W/o Oct 26, 1955.
				49515 (c/n 237-6331) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4625.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49516 (c/n 237-6332) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4626.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49517 (c/n 237-6333) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4627.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49518 (c/n 237-6334) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4622.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49519 (c/n 237-6335) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4628.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49520 (c/n 237-6336) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4629.  SOC Mar 1948
				49521 (c/n 237-6337) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4630.  Scrapped 1948
				49522 (c/n 237-6338) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4623.  Disappeared on a flight from Bougainville to Emirau on 
					Jan 6, 1945. Wreckage was later discovered about 15 miles from the point of departure but no trace of the crew was ever found.
					Wreck still extant 1992.
				49523 (c/n 237-6339) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4631
				49524 (c/n 237-6340) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4633.  Crashed at Jacquinot Bay on Jul 14, 1945. The aircraft swung 
					during the takeoff roll and failed to get airborne and was written off.
				49530 (VPB-130) lost 22-Feb-45 on combat mission.  Hit by AAA at Tani Tawi, Isl, ditched off shore of 
					Tahoelanding Island.
				49545 to RAAF as A59-93 4/1944.  Sold 3/15/1949
				49546 to RAAF as A59-94 6/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49547 to RAAF as A59-101 6/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49548 to RAAF as A59-99 7/1944.  Crashed on takeoff at Balikpapan 6/6/1944.  Crew and passengers all
					escaped injury.
				49549 to RAAF as A59-103.  
				49550 to RAAF as A59-100 6/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49551 to RAAF as A59-104 7/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49552 to RAAF as A59-95 6/1944.  Scrapped at Kallang 4/16/1946.
				49553 to RAAF as A59-102 6/1944.  Converted to transport as VH-RGW.  W/o 12/17/1946.
				49554 to RAAF as A59-97 6/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49555 to RAAF as A59-96.  Now on display at Queensland Air Museum, Coloundra QLD.
				49556 to RAAF as A59-98 6/1944.  Sold 9/6/1949.
				49557 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT889.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				49558 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT890.  Transferred to SAAF Jan 25, 1945 as 6530.  W/o Nov 1945
				49559 (VPB-149) w/o 11-Jan-45 Sand Isl, Midway.  Flew into water during night take-off.  1 killed
				49562 (VPB-137) w/o 24-Feb-45.  Props hit water at low altitude, ditched off shore from Cebu Island
				49563 (VPB-130) w/o 9-Feb-45.  Engine failure after take-off from Pitoe strip, Morotai and ditched in bay
				49567 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945
				49579 (c/n 237-6395) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4633.  SOC Mar 1948
				49580 (c/n 237-6396) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4634.  To No. 1 Squadron. Crashed near the Aita River on Dec 20, 1944. 
					The aircraft was supply dropping when it failed to climb out of a valley and stalled into a ridge.
				49581 (c/n 237-6397) to New Zealand Aug 6, 1944 as NZ4639.  SOC Mar 1948
				49582 (c/n 237-6398) to New Zealand Aug 6, 1944 as NZ4635.  SOC Mar 1948
				49583 (c/n 237-6399) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4636.  SOC Mar 1948
				49584 (c/n 237-6400) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4637.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49585 (c/n 237=6401) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4638.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49588 (VPB-146) w/o 20-Nov-44 during search.  Fuel exhaustion, ditched near Tabi Isl
				49595 (VPB-137) w/o 20-Dec-44.  After combat mission, attacked by Army P-47s, ditched near Tarawa.
				49606 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT891.  SOC Jul 20, 1945
				49607 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT892.  DBR when flare ignited inside
					aircraft during flight Sep 16, 1944.  Returned safely but SOC.
				49608 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT893.  Missing from patrol mission Jul 24, 1944
				49609 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT894.  SOC May 30, 1946
				49610 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT895.  Transferred to SAAF Oct 1, 1945
				49611 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT896.  Overshot landing at Gibraltar
					while returning from leaflet raid over southern France
					Aug 25, 1944 and ended up in sea.
				49612 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT897.  SOC Jun 30, 1944
				49613 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT898.  Ditched off Tarquinia after
					engine failed Oct 28, 1944
				49614 (VPB-149) missing 12-Mar-45 Borneo during search.
					5 MIA.
				49618 (VRF-3(ferry)) w/o 27-May-44 Palmdale.  Fire in 
					air, crashed & burned; 3 killed.
				49624 (VPB-137) w/o 18-Jan-45 Philippines.  During 
					search mission, ditched due to bad weather in 
					Ormoc Bay
				49625 (VB-138,FAW-4) w/o 13-Aug-44.  After attack on 
					Kurile Isl's, landed at Petropavloele, Russia and 
					striken
				49626 (c/n 6442) to civil registry as NL5055N first executive PV-1 conversion Jul 10, 1948.  To N435T
					Converted to Howard Super Ventura 2-S Jan 20, 1961.  To N16777, N30606, N3524.  Reported impounded at 
					Barranquilla, Colombia early in 1976 for drug smuggling and became derelict.  Cancelled Mar 4, 2011.
				49627 (VPB-149) missing 22-Mar-45 in search from 
					Philippines.  5 MIA
				49629 (VJ-25/Experimental) w/o 19-Jun-45 Charlestown 
					AAB, SC.  Cross country, gear collapsed on take-
					off run, fire. SOC
				49631 (VPB-149) w/o 12-Mar-45 on search mission.  Fuel 
					exhaustion, ditched off coast of Cebu Island
				49636 to French Aeronavale Nov 16, 1944
				49639 (VPB-134) w/o 27-Nov-44 near Maeiso, Brazil.  
					Crashed during glide bomb practice.  1 killed
				49648 (VPB-131) w/o 7-Apr-45 Casco Cove, Attu,Ak.  
					Stalled in turn during take-off & crashed.  6 killed
				49652 (VPB-146) destroyed during Japanese air raid Nov 29, 1944
				49657 to French Aeronavale
49660/50359		Vought F4U-1A Corsair
				49668 (VMF-215) ditched Apr 17, 1945 on ferry mission due to engine failure off Makapu'u point on east side of
					Oahu, Hawaii.  Pilot rescued.  Wreck rediscovered around 1995.
				49672 (c/n 4919) to New Zealand as NZ5287
				49714 (c/n 4961) to New Zealand as NZ5262
				49722 (c/n 4969) to New Zealand as NZ5263
				49723 (YBF-19) in midair collision with another Corsair over Marin-Sonoma
					county line Jun 9, 1945.  Crashed on ranch in Marin, pilot killed.  Other
					Corsair landed safely.
				49725 in midair collision with FG-1A 14170 8/12/1944
					near MCAS El Toro, CA.  Both pilots bailed out OK.
				49728 (c/n 4975) to New Zealand as NZ5264
				49730 (c/n 4977) to New Zealand as NZ5250
				49732 (c/n 4979) to New Zealand as NZ5213
				49737 (c/n 4984) to New Zealand as NZ5253
				49738 (c/n 4985) to New Zealand as NZ5274
				49740 (c/n 4987) to New Zealand as NZ5265
				49744 (c/n 4991) to New Zealand as NZ5288
				49745 (c/n 4992) to New Zealand as NZ5289
				49746 (c/n 4993) to New Zealand as NZ5501
				49747 (c/n 4994) to New Zealand as NZ5247
				49748 (c/n 4995) to New Zealand as NZ5218
				49749 (c/n 4996) to New Zealand as NZ5354
				49750 (c/n 4997) to New Zealand as NZ5258
				49751 (c/n 4998) to New Zealand as NZ5266
				49752 (c/n 4999) to New Zealand as NZ5212
				49753 (c/n 5000) to New Zealand as NZ5267
				49754 (c/n 5001) to New Zealand as NZ5214
				49756 (c/n 5003) to New Zealand as NZ5252
				49757 to New Zealand as NZ5257
				49759 (c/n 5006) to New Zealand as NZ5294
				49760 (c/n 5007) to New Zealand as NZ5337
				49761 (c/n 5008) to New Zealand as NZ5259
				49763 converted to F4U-4XA
				49764 (c/n 5011) to New Zealand as NZ5303
				49768 (c/n 5015) to New Zealand as NZ5290
				49769 (c/n 5016) to New Zealand as NZ5524
				49771 (c/n 5018) to New Zealand as NZ5260
				49772 (c/n 5019) to New Zealand as NZ5311
				49773 (c/n 5020) to New Zealand as NZ5304
				49781 (c/n 5028) to New Zealand as NZ5327
				49788 (c/n 5035) to New Zealand as NZ5291
				49808 (c/n 5055) to New Zealand as NZ5301
				49829 said to have come down on Cumberland Point Jun 3, 1943.
				49830 (c/n 5077) to New Zealand as NZ5332
				49843 (c/n 5090) to New Zealand as NZ5275
				49846 (c/n 5093) to New Zealand as NZ5320
				49848 (c/n 5095) to New Zealand as NZ5305
				49852 (c/n 5099) to New Zealand as NZ5317
				49853 (c/n 5100) to New Zealand as NZ5313
				49855 (c/n 5102) to New Zealand as NZ5310
				49856 (c/n 5103) to New Zealand as NZ5276
				49859 (c/n 5106) to New Zealand as NZ5318
				49861 (c/n 5108) to New Zealand as NZ5300
				49863 (c/n 5110) to New Zealand as NZ5326
				49865 (c/n 5112) to New Zealand as NZ5342
				49866 (c/n 5113) to New Zealand as NZ5277
				49867 (c/n 5114) to New Zealand as NZ5307
				49868 (c/n 5115) to New Zealand as NZ5340
				49869 (c/n 5116) to New Zealand as NZ5312
				49871 (c/n 5118) to New Zealand as NZ5336
				49872 (c/n 5119) to New Zealand as NZ5343
				49873 (c/n 5120) to New Zealand as NZ5306
				49874 (c/n 5121) to New Zealand as NZ5334
				49875 (c/n 5122) to New Zealand as NZ5525
				49876 (c/n 5123) to New Zealand as NZ5309
				49877 (c/n 5124) to New Zealand as NZ5258
				49878 (c/n 5125) to New Zealand as NZ5335
				49885 (c/n 5132) to New Zealand as NZ5338
				49887 (c/n 5134) to New Zealand as NZ5302
				49892 (c/n 5139) to New Zealand as NZ5331
				49898 (VBF-100) ditched due to engine failure off beach at Nanakuli, Oahy,
					Hawaii Apr 12, 1945.
				49909 (c/n 5156) to New Zealand as NZ5315
				49921 (c/n 5168) to New Zealand as NZ5328
				49937 (c/n 5184) to New Zealand as NZ5333
				49944 (c/n 5191) to New Zealand as NZ5339
				49945 (c/n 5192) to New Zealand as NZ5526
				49947 (c/n 5194) to New Zealand as NZ5341
				49954 (c/n 5201) to New Zealand as NZ5351
				49956 (c/n 5203) to New Zealand as NZ5527
				49957 (c/n 5204) to New Zealand as NZ5344
				49958 (c/n 5205) to New Zealand as NZ5345
				49959 (c/n 5206) to New Zealand as NZ5314
				49960 (c/n 5207) to New Zealand as NZ5350
				49961 (c/n 5208) to New Zealand as NZ5325
				49962 (c/n 5209) to New Zealand as NZ5299
				49963 (c/n 5210) to New Zealand as NZ5528
				49964 (c/n 5211) to New Zealand as NZ5319
				49965 (c/n 5212) to New Zealand as NZ5348
				49966 (c/n 5213) to New Zealand as NZ5352
				49967 (c/n 5214) to New Zealand as NZ5353
				49968 (c/n 5215) to New Zealand as NZ5298
				49969 (c/n 5216) to New Zealand as NZ5278
				49970 (c/n 5217) to New Zealand as NZ5529
				49971 (c/n 5218) to New Zealand as NZ5530
				49976 (c/n 5223) to New Zealand as NZ5346
				49977 (c/n 5224) to New Zealand as NZ5279
				49979 (c/n 5226) to New Zealand as NZ5531
				49980 (c/n 5227) to New Zealand as NZ5280
				49984 (c/n 5231) to New Zealand as NZ5502
				49990 (c/n 5237) to New Zealand as NZ5316
				49996 (c/n 5243) to New Zealand as NZ5323
				49999 (c/n 5246) to New Zealand as NZ5281
				50000 (c/n 5247) to New Zealand as NZ5503
				50023 (c/n 5270) to New Zealand as NZ5282
				50028 (c/n 5275) to New Zealand as NZ5532
				50044 (c/n 5287) to New Zealand as NZ5534
				50047 (c/n 5291) to New Zealand as NZ5487
				50051 (c/n 5298) to New Zealand as NZ5504
				50053 (c/n 5300) to New Zealand as NZ5324
				50054 (c/n 5301) to New Zealand as NZ5534
				50060 (c/n 5307) to New Zealand as NZ5505
				50064 (c/n 5311) to New Zealand as NZ5523
				50065 (c/n 5312) to New Zealand as NZ5349
				50066 (c/n 5313) to New Zealand as NZ5506
				50067 (c/n 5314) to New Zealand as NZ5381
				50069 (c/n 5316) to New Zealand as NZ5283
				50070 (c/n 5317) to New Zealand as NZ5388
				50071 (c/n 5318) to New Zealand as NZ5507
				50072 was to have gone to New Zealand but lost in crash enroute to San Diego in
					first half of 1944.
				50073 (c/n 5320) to New Zealand as NZ5284
				50074 (c/n 5321) to New Zealand as NZ5535
				50075 (c/n 5322) to New Zealand as NZ5347
				50076 (c/n 5323) to New Zealand as NZ5285
				50077 (c/n 5324) to New Zealand as NZ5508
				50078 (c/n 5325) to New Zealand as NZ5286
				50080/50149 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT425/JT494
					50088 (JT433) twisted fuselage during heavy landing on HMS Victorious
						Aug 24, 1944 and DBR.  Wreck offloaded at Trincomalee by Aug 27, 1944.
					50089 JT434) landed in lift on HMS Illustrious Jan 13, 1945, bounced
						over all wires and went into barrier, long range tank burst and
						fuel ignited.  Aircraft DBR, pilot subsequently died of injuries
					50090 (JT435) suddenly turned to port and crashed into sea off RNAS
						Puttalam air to ground range during strafing exercise Nov 9, 1944.
						Pilot killed.
					50095 (JT440) shot down in flames during attack on Palembang III landing
						strip, Sumatra Jan 24, 1945.  Pilot killed.
					50096 (JT441) crashed into barrier or HMS Illustrious Nov 28, 1944 and
						declared DBR.  Wreck offloaded at Trincomalee by Dec 16 1944.
					50102 (JT447) SOC by Dec 11, 1945
					50105 (JT450) hit by flak and ditched during strike on coastal target
						in Norway Jul 17, 1944.  Pilot swam ashore and became POW.
					50116 (JT461) flew into hillside at Hoy, Orkney Islands in
						low cloud Jul 11, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					50122 (JT467) hit by flak during CAP near Formosa May 20, 1945.
						Engine caught fire and aircraft crashed during attempted
						ditching near fleet.  Pilot killed.
					50123 (JT468) while landing on HMS Illustrious Jan 29, 1945.
						Jumped both barriers and went over side into sea.  Pilot
						rescued by HMS Whelp.
					50125 (JT470) ditched in Alten Fjord, Norway Aug 24, 1944 after
						operation against German battleship Tirpitz.  Belly tank
						exploded, pilot killed.
					50126 (JT471) dove out of cloud into Lough Foyle, Northern Ireland
						Oct 2, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					50129 (JT474) landed to starboard on HMS Formidable Sep 19, 1944,
						wingtip struck director and aircraft swung over side
						into sea.  Pilot rescued.
					50131 (JT476) hit in port oil cooler by enemy fire while
						strafing barges at Miyako May 16, 1945 and ditched
						offshore.  Pilot rescued by US submarine Bluefish
					50132 (JT477) ditched while operating from HMS Formidable
						Aug 14, 1944.  Pilot rescued.
					50134 (JT479) dove out of cloud into sea off Northern
						Ireland Oct 10, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					50141 (JT486) forcelanded in sea Apr 7, 1945 at unknown location.
					50147 (JT492) hit by flak while strafing German destroyers
						at Leir Botn, Norway Aug 29, 1944 and crashed in Kaafjord,
						Pilot killed.
				50152 (c/n 5399) to New Zealand as NZ5362
				50155 (c/n 5402) to New Zealand as NZ5389
				50158 (c/n 5405) to New Zealand as NZ5465
				50159 (c/n 5406) to New Zealand as NZ5509
				50162 (c/n 5409) to New Zealand as NZ5364
				50164 (c/n 5411) to New Zealand as NZ5374
				50167 (c/n 5414) to New Zealand as NZ5376
				50181 (c/n 5428) to New Zealand as NZ5372
				50182 (c/n 5429) to New Zealand as NZ5393
				50188 (c/n 5435) to New Zealand as NZ5510
				50199 (c/n 5446) to New Zealand as NZ5321
				50299 (c/n 5447) to New Zealand as NZ5511
				50203 (c/n 5450) to New Zealand as NZ5308
				50204 (c/n 5451) to New Zealand as NZ5512
				50205 (c/n 5452) to New Zealand as NZ5365
				50206 (c/n 5453) to New Zealand as NZ5378
				50209 (c/n 5456) to New Zealand as NZ5513
				50210 (c/n 5457) to New Zealand as NZ5310
				50211 (c/n 5458) to New Zealand as NZ5360
				50215 (c/n 5462) to New Zealand as NZ5355
				50216 (c/n 5463) to New Zealand as NZ5356
				50217 (c/n 5464) to New Zealand as NZ5379
				50218 (c/n 5465) to New Zealand as NZ5366
				50219 (c/n 5466) to New Zealand as NZ5514
				50220 (c/n 5467) to New Zealand as NZ5515
				50221 (c/n 5468) to New Zealand as NZ5516
				50222 (c/n 5469) to New Zealand as NZ5367
				50223 (c/n 5470) to New Zealand as NZ5368
				50224 (c/n 5471) to New Zealand as NZ5322
				50225 (c/n 5472) to New Zealand as NZ5369
				50227 (c/n 5474) to New Zealand as NZ5517
				50229 (c/n 5476) to New Zealand as NZ5371
				50230/50264 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT495/JT529
					50238 (JT503) failed to return from CAP mission from HMS
						Victorious Apr 18, 1945.  Pilot MIA, presumed killed.
					50256 (JT521) failed to return from CAP over Palembang
						Jan 29, 1945.  Pilot MIA, presumed killed.
					50258 (JT523) ditched off Formosa following engine problem
						Apr 12, 1945.  Pilot sighted with lifejacket but not
						found.
					50259 (JT526) struck tree during low level cross country
						exercise from Tambaram and declared DBR and SOC.
					50261 (JT526) SOC at Trincomalee after Dec 19, 1944, on which
						date the aircraft made a heavy landing on HMS Victorious. 
				50265 (c/n 5512) to New Zealand as NZ5380
				50267 (c/n 5514) to New Zealand as NZ5375
				50272 (c/n 5519) to New Zealand as NZ5373
				50277 converted to prototype F4U-1C
				50290 (c/n 5537) to New Zealand as NZ5357
				50291 (c/n 5538) to New Zealand as NZ5518
				50293 (c/n 5540) to New Zealand as NZ5382
				50294 (c/n 5541) to New Zealand as NZ5519
				50295 (c/n 5542) to New Zealand as NZ5520
				50297 (c/n 5544) to New Zealand as NZ5521
				50298 (c/n 5545) to New Zealand as NZ5394
				50301 converted to F4U-4XB
				50302 (c/n 5549) to New Zealand as NZ5522
				50303 (c/n 5550) to New Zealand as NZ5390
				50304 (c/n 5551) to New Zealand as NZ5370
				50305 (c/n 5552) to New Zealand as NZ5385
				50306 (c/n 5553) to New Zealand as NZ5536
				50307 (c/n 5554) to New Zealand as NZ5330
				50308 (c/n 5555) to New Zealand as NZ5463
				50310 (c/n 5557) to New Zealand as NZ5358
				50311 (c/n 5558) to New Zealand as NZ5361
				50312 (c/n 5559) to New Zealand as NZ5391
				50313 (c/n 5560) to New Zealand as NZ5395
				50314 (c/n 5561) to New Zealand as NZ5387
				50315 (c/n 5562) to New Zealand as NZ5462
				50316 (c/n 5563) to New Zealand as NZ5392
				50317 (c/n 5564) to New Zealand as NZ5329
				50318 (c/n 5565) to New Zealand as NZ5386
				50319 (c/n 5566) to New Zealand as NZ5396
				50320 (c/n 5567) to New Zealand as NZ5384
				50321 (c/n 5568) to New Zealand as NZ5362
				50322 (c/n 5569) to New Zealand as NZ5359
				50323 (c/n 5570) to New Zealand as NZ5461
				50324 (c/n 5571) to New Zealand as NZ5383
				50325/50359 to Royal Navy as JT521/JT564