US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (39999 to 50359)


Last revised September 27, 2021


39999/43137		Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat
				Model G-50.  Most of these are from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell
				40002 (VF-33) from Ondonga lost off Barakoma in south Pacific Dec 10, 1943
				40004 lost in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				40005 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Guam Jun 25, 1944
				40007 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Guam Jul 29, 1944
				40008 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 23, 1944
				40010 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 30, 1944
				40013 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				40020 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				40022 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				40023 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				40024 (VF-6) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 3, 1944
				40030 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Feb 1, 1944
				40036 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Jan 31, 1944
				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.
				40042 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 5, 1943
				40052 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Sabang in SE Asia Apr 19, 1944
				40053 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Puunene in east central Pacific Dec 20, 1943
				40054 (VF-33) from Segi lost off New Georgia in south Pacific Nov 211, 1943
				40055 (VBF(N)-534) lost off Guam Mar 3, 1945
				40059 (VF-31) attached to USS CABOT (CVL-28) (June 1944)
				40061 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Apr 17, 1944
				40063 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lot off Trinidad in central Atlantic Jan 24, 1944
				40066 assigned to COMAIRPAC at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 31, 1944
				40070 (VF-36) lost off Hilo, Hawaii Jan 14, 1944
				40076 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				40077 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				40078 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) hit by crashing F6F-3 25827, both carried down the open forward 
					elevator well, landing on top of F6F-3 40691 onboard USS Lexington near Woleai Atoll, 
					Caroline Islands Apr 1, 1944. Pilot suffered minor injuries, all 3 aircraft jettisoned
				40079 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jul 13, 1944
				40082 (VMF(N)-534) lost off Guam Aug 11, 1944
				40089 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				40090 (VF-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				40096 (VF-10) from Kahului lost off Maui in east central Pacific Dec 4, 1943
				40099 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 18, 1943
				40102 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Maloelap in central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				40103 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau wood (CVL-24) lost off Emirau in southwest Pacific Mar 20, 1944
				40108 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 17, 1944
				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.
				40121 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Kwalajein in central Pacific Feb 1, 1944
				40122 (VF-11) lost off Hilo, Hawaii Apr 19, 1944
				40125 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Feb 23, 1944
				40127 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 23, 1944
				40128 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Hollandia in central Pacific Apr 15, 1944
				40130 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Maloelap in central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				40132 (VF-40) from Barakoma lost off Kolobangara in south Pacific Dec 22, 1943
				40136 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Mar 21, 1944
				40137 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Aug 4, 1944
				40139 (VF-10) lost off Pearl Harbor Nov 19, 1943
				40141 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 2, 1944
				40149 (VF-16) lfrom Kalului lost off Hawaii Feb 16, 1944
				40151 bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-401.  Refurbished by Cobell Industries and delivered 1952. 
					Ferried to Fort Worth, TX, departing Mar 28, 1952 from the Uruguyuan Naval Base at Capitan Corbeta CA Curbelo 
					 International Airport, Punta del Este, Uruguay, arriving Apr 22, 1952
				40157 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Ponape in central Pacific May 3, 1944
				40160 assigned to A&R Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 27, 1944
				40166 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Wotje in central Pacific Jan 31, 1944
				40174 (VF(N)-533) lost in central Pacific Jul 19, 1944
				40176 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 25, 1944
				40177 (VF-3) crashed after midair collision with RCAF Kittyhawk Mk III 833 (43-5699) 7 mi NW of Smith Island,
					WA Nov 5, 1943.  Pilot bailed out but never found.
				40180 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				40194 (VF-11) lost off Oahu, Hawaii Jul 5, 1944
				40195 (VF-11) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				40207 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Guam in west central Pacific Jul 28, 1944
				40211 (VF-39) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Apr 22, 1944
				40212 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Aug 31, 1944
				40217 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Hollandia in central Pacific Apr 16, 1944
				40220 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 18, 1944
				40223 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944.
				40232 (VF-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				40238 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Apr 24, 1944
				40240 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Hollandia in central Pacific Apr 16, 1944
				40248 (CAG-11) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Pearl Harbor Hawaii Aug 24, 1944
				40254 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Wakde in southwest Pacific Apr 23, 1944
				40255 (VF-39) from Majuro lost off Wotje in central Pacific Mar 27, 1944
				40259 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				40266/40275 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.
				40278 (VF-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				40280 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Yap in central Pacific Jul 28, 1944
				40288 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 20, 1944
				40294 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-10) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 15, 1944
				40295 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in central Atlantic Jan 26, 1944
				40296 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Apr 22, 1944
				40301 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				40307 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				40308 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 15, 1944.
				40311 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Hawaii Dec 14, 1943
				40317 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				40319 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Feb 7, 1944
				40321 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Apr 24, 1944
				40326 (VF-22) attached to USS Langley (CVl-27) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				40334 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 28, 1944
				40337 (VF-15) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bermuda Jan 29, 1944
				40339 (VF(N)-77B) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				40344 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 19, 1944
				40347 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jun 28, 1944
				40348 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii May 17, 1944
				40351 assigned to CASU-4 Puunene, Hawaii Feb 27, 1944
				40355 (VF-39) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 11, 1943
				40356 (VF-8) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Feb 4, 1944
				40362 (VF-19) from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Maui Mar 3, 1944
				40363 (VF-31) attached to USS CABOT (CVL-28) (June 1944)
				40368 (VF-39) lost off Majuro in central Pacific May 1, 1944
				40370 (VF-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Apr 23, 1944
				40371 assigned to CASU-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Oct 12, 1944
				40373 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 19, 1944
				40377 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				40381 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				40382 assigned to CASU(F)-42 Guam Feb 23, 1945
				40384 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 15, 1944
				40385 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Trinidad Feb 14, 1944
				40386 lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
				40387 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in central Atlantic Jan 27, 1944
				40391 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Ponape in central Pacific May 2, 1944
				40398 (VF-4) lost off Green in south Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				40400 (VF(N)-77) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Guam Jul 16, 1944
				40406 (VF-39) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 28, 1943
				40417 (VF-240 attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Truk in central Pacific May 5, 1944
				40419 (VF-18) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Feb 23, 1944
				40420 (VF033) lost at Pallikulo airfield in south Pacific Feb 20, 1944
				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.
				40434 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Apr 6, 1944
				40437 (VF-34) from Torokina lost off Waten Island in south Pacific Mar 29, 1944
				40440 (VF-39) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Jan 6, 1944
				40443 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				40446 assigned to POOL Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 14, 1945
				40449 (VF-39) from Majuro los off Mille in central Pacific Mar 7, 1944
				40450 (VFl-35) attached to USS Chenango CVE-28) lost off Guam Jul 18, 1944
				40452 assigned to CASU-30 Majuro in central Pacific Aug 10, 1944
				40454 (VF-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Feb 21, 1944
				40462 (VF-99) lost off Guam Mar 21, 1945
				40464 (VF(N)-77) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Wake May 23, 1944
				40466 (VF-23) attached to USS Makassar Strait (CVE-91) lost off Hawaii Nov 9, 1944
				40467 (MSN A-1733) reported in 1969 at Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL.  Was flown by Lt Alex
					Vraciu of VF-6 aboard USS Intrepid (CV-11) in mid-1944. Lt Vraciu scored 19 aerial victores, 9 while
					flying this aircraft.  Plane marked as 40467 flown by Fighter Collection and registered as G-BTCC is 
					really BuNo 80141.
				40480 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 15, 1944
				40496 (VF(N)-77) attached to USS Essex (CVp9) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 5, 1944
				40502 (VF-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Jan 1, 1944
				40505 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jul 1, 1944
				40510 (VF-10) from Pearl Harbor los off Puunene in east central Pacific Mar 11, 1944
				40513 (VF-30) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Apr 24, 1944
				40515 (VF-39) from Majuro lost off Emidj in central Pacific Mar 5, 1944
				40516 (VF-8) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Feb 12, 1944
				40519 (VF-39) from Majuro lost off Emidj in central Pacific Mar 5, 1944
				40520 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Apr 13, 1944
				40521 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Majuro in central Pacific May 18, 1944
				40523 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jul 4, 1944
				40524 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacifc Jul 4, 1944
				40527 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau wood (CVL-24) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 22, 1944
				40530 (VF-36) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1943
				40532 (VF-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Truk in central Pacific May 1, 1944
				40533 (VF-19 attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Visayan in Philippines Sep 12, 1944
				40535 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				40536 (VF-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific May 20, 1945
				40539 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Mar 19, 1944
				40545 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jul 1, 1944
				40547 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 16, 1944
				40554 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 5, 144
				40556 (VF-34) from Torokina lost off Green in south Pacific Mar 18, 1944
				40565 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				40582 (VF-11) lost off Oahu, Hawaii Jul 30, 1944
				40592 (VF(N)-77) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 10, 1944
				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.
				40609 (VF-11) lost in central Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				40610 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Feb 25, 1944
				40613 assigned to POOL Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 14, 1945
				40615 (VF-11) lsot off Hilo, Hawaii May 26, 1944
				40621 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Mar 18, 1944
				40625 (VF-8) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Feb 8, 1944
				40631 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				40632 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) June 1944
				40644 (VF-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost in Philippine Sea Dec 15, 1944 due to deck loss (typhoon)
				40645 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Aug 4, 1944
				40647 (VF-34) from Russels in ARU SOLS in southwest Pacific May 24, 1944
				40653 (VF-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 31, 1944
				40656 (VF(N)-77) attache to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Palau in central Pacific Aug 24, 1944
				40657 (VF-18) lost off Hilo, Hawaii Apr 7, 1944
				40667 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				40669 (VF-40) at ARU SOLS in southwest Pacific May 24, 1944
				40671 (VF-5, USS Yorktown (CV-10)) downed W of Saipan Feb 22, 1944
				40673 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 27, 1944
				40675 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) June 1944
				40676 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				40681 assigned to NAB lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Apr 29, 1945
				40682 (VF-34) from Torokina lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Mar 31, 1944
				40683 (VF-99) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Dec 28, 1944
				40684 (VF-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 16, 1944
				40691 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16)  25827 crashed into F6F-3 40078, both 
					carried down the open forward elevator well, landed on top of this aircraft onboard 
					USS Lexington near Woleai Atoll, Caroline Islands Apr 1, 1944. Pilot killed, all 3 aircraft jettisoned.
				40695 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Woleai in central Pacific Apr 1, 1944
				40700 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 30, 1945
				40701 (VF-34) from Torokina lost off Green in south Pacific Mar 19, 1944
				40703 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Kawajalei in central Pacific Jan 30, 1944
				40711 w/o 4 Jul 1945 in crash Alderdale, WA (engine failure)
				40713 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				40719 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Trinidad Apr 6, 1944
				40720 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Apr 4, 1945
				40728 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Trinidad Mar 21, 1944
				40768 (VMF(N)-534) lost off Guam Jan 30, 1945
				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 but 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.
				40788 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jun 12, 1944
				40793 (VF-99) lost off Guam Mar 8, 1945
				40794 lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb 2, 1945
				40796 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 19, 1944
				40797 (VF-99) lost off Saipain in west central Pacific Jun 7, 1945
				40802 (VF-39) from Jajuro lost off Jaluit in central Pacific Jun 6, 1944
				40803 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jun 12, 1944
				40804 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 31 1944
				40806 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				40808 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Feb 5, 1944
				40809 (VF-99) lost off Guam Mar 21, 1945
				40810 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-) lost off Hawaii Jan 3, 1944
				40815 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				40822 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Apr 17, 1945
				40829 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific May 3, 1944
				40832 assigned to CASU-13 Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Apr 16, 1944
				40833 (VF-47) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Jan 18, 1945
				40834 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Haimahera in southwest Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				40836 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off eniwetok in cntral Pacific Feb 5, 1944
				40840 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 25, 1944
				40843 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Jan 25, 1944
					due to air crash on deck
				40844 (VF(N)-79) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 2 1944
				40845 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Jan 25, 1944
				40850 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Feb 18, 1944
				40860 (NOTS) fired rocket exploded on starboard wing and crashed into Salton Sea, CA Jun 20 1944.  Pilot killed
				40863 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Chichi Jima in central Pacific Jul 4, 1944
				40864 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost offf Palau in central Pacific Mar 16, 1944
				40870 (VMF(N)-533) from Eniwetok lost off Ponape in central Pacific Jun 30,1944
				40874 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				40878 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Jan 25, 1944 due to
					crash on deck.
				40888 (VF-34) lost off Green in south Pacific Apr 4, 1944
				40889 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Guam Jul 21, 1944
				40891 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				40895 (VF-19) from Pearl Harbor lost off Puunene in east central Pacific Mar 11, 1944
				40911 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Feb 7, 1944
				40912 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacifc Jan 25, 1944 due to
					crash on deck.
				40913 lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Sep 20, 1944
				40917 (VF-12) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Sabang in southeast Asia Apr 19, 1944
				40922 (VF(N)-79) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 25, 1944
				40925 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Palau in central Pacfic Mar 31, 1944
				40931 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Guam Jul 20, 1944
				40932 (VF-100) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Hawaii Apr 30, 1945
				40933 (VF-10) from Hawaii lost off Hawaii Aug 31, 1944
				40937 lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Nov 25, 1944
				40943 (VF-80) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jun 25, 1944
				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
				40957 (VF-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 28, 1944
				40963 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost at Aru Sols in southwest Pacific May 24, 1944
				40964 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Guam Jun 12, 1944.
				40967 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Guam Jun 12, 1944
				40969 (VF(N)-42) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Hawaii Nov 11, 1944
				40971 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				40973 (VF-4 at Navy No. 24) lost off Hawaii Oct 7, 1944
				40974 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				40978 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Jan 31, 1944
				40979 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				40980 (VL-35) attached to uss Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Guam Jul 23, 1944
				40982 (VF(N)-77) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 20, 1944
				40988 assigned to NAS Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 1, 1944.
				40994 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				40996 (VF-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific May 5, 1945
				40997 (VF-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				41000 (VF-99) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Oct 27, 1944
				41006 (VF-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Apr 30, 1945
				41020 (VF-34) from Green lost off Atliklikun Bay in south Pacific Apr 25, 1944
				41022 in taxi collision Sep 6, 1945 at NAS Melbourne, FL
				41026 (VF-35) attached to USS henango (CVE-28) lost off Admiralties in southwest Pacific Mar 20, 1944
				41039 (VF-39) from Majuro lost off Taroa in central Pacific Apr 10, 1944
				41043 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944 due to deck loss Kamikaze.
				41045 (VF-34) lost off Russells in south Pacific May 30, 1944.
				41047 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 31, 1945
				41055 (VF-2) from Kaneohe lost off Pearl Harbor,Hawaii Sep 27, 1944
				41060 (VF(N)-42) from Hawaii lost off Hawaii Oct 9, 1944
				41069 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.  Another report says the
					plane was with VF(N)-76 and lost off Iwo Jima Jul 3, 1944
				41081 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Mille in central Pacific Mar 18, 1944
				41094 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				41096 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 16, 1944
				41103 assigned to CASU(F)-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Nov 19, 1944
				41105 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				41106 ditched in Klamath Lake, OR Apr 19, 1945.  Pilot rescued.  Aircraft heavily
					damaged but recovered.
				41108 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guam Jun 16, 1944
				41112 (VF(N)-78) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Chichi Jima in central Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				41113 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) June 1944
				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.
				41139 (CAG-4) lost in central Pacific Jul 25, 1944
				41144 (F6F-3N) was being positioned for take-off from the USS Brogue Feb 1, 1945 on a training flight in rough seas 
					in Atlantic near Rhode Island with gusty winds. Aircraft slid off the deck of the USS Brogue into the sea. 
					The pilot escaped from the aircraft but was not recovered. 
				41148 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) June 1944
					(VF-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 2, 1945
				41152 (VF-1) attached to USS Kasaan Bay (CVE-69) lost off Hawaii Apr 26, 1945
				41154 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				41157 (VMF(N)-534) from Orote Field lost off Guam Aug 7, 1944
				41172 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 6, 1945
				41175 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 19, 1944
				41183 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Nov 17, 1944
				41186 (VF-11) lost off Hilo, Hawaii Apr 19, 1944
				41188 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				41195 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				41198 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 29, 1945
				41206 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Guam Jun 17, 1944
				41209 (VF(N)-41) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Okinawa Oct 12, 19
				41211 (VF-80) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944 due to deck loss, Kamikaze
				41216 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 26, 1944 due to deck loss, Kamikaze
				41220 assigned to CASU-38 lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii May 21, 1945
				41222 (VF-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Philippines Nov 25, 1944 due to deck loss--Kamikaze
				41236 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 29, 1944
				41240 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				41243 (VF-28) from Barking Sands lost off Hawaii Apr 14, 1944 
				41249 assigned to NAS Kahului lost off Hawaii Dec 21, 1944
				41254 (VF-28) from Barking Sands lost off Hawaii Apr 14, 1944
				41257 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 26, 1944
				41260 (MSN 2526)
				41261 (VF-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29 1944
				41267 lost off Pearl Harbor, hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				41268 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Aug 1, 1944
				41270 (VF-47) attached to USS Makassar Strait (CVE-91) lost off Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
				41273 (VF-4) lost off Hawaii Sep 5, 1944
				41280 (VF-86) lost off Hawaii Jan 23, 1945
				41283 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 26, 1944 due to deck loss-Kamikaze
				41285 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				41286 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				41288 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Jul 16, 1944
				41291 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Iwo Jima Aug 4, 1944
				41295 (VF-5) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Apr 1, 1944
				41296 assigned to CASU(F)-42 lost off Pityilu in southwwest Pacific Nov 18, 1944
				41299 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost in Mindanao Sea in Philippines Sep 10, 1944
				41300 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific May 1, 1944
				41304 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 3, 1944
				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.
				41328 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 10, 1945
				41329 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jun 25, 1944
				41332 assigned to SS-117 lost off espiritu Santo in south Pacific Jun 5, 1944
				41336 (VF-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 7, 1944
				41337 (VF-1) lost off Kaneohe, Hawii Apr 26, 1944
				41344 assigned to CASU-38 lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Nov 3, 1944
				41348 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Sep 21, 1944
				41359 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off chichi Jima in central Pacific Sep 2, 1944
					due to deck crash
				41360 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Nov 22, 1944
				41362 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 24, 194
				41365 lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Jan 17, 1945
				41367 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 16, 1944
				41368 (VF-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 18, 1944
				41371 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				41374 (VF-9) from Kanului lost off Hawaii Dec 16, 1944
				41375 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Guam Jul 19, 1944
				41378 attached to VF-87  NAS Atlantic City, NJ.   Lost 11 Jul 1944 during gunnery training 
					flight 45 miles NE Atlantic City. Engine threw off oil and quit, aircraft ditched at sea.  
					Pilot picked up by British trawler.  Suspected aircraft was hit by another F6F-3 on the same training flight.
				41382 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				41393 lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Nov 13, 1944
				41394 (VF-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Nov 18, 1944
				41405 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 3, 1944
				41407 (VF-45) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-300 lost off Manila in Philippines Dec 14, 1944
				41408 (VF(N)-78) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Hawaii Aug 19, 1944
				41410 (VF-1) lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 3, 1944
				41413 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				41414 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 15, 1944
				41422 attached to USS Kwajalein (CVE-98) lost in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				41425 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 30, 1944
				41427 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 5, 1944
				41430 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jun 12, 1944
				41431 (VF-36) attached to USS Copahee (ACV-12) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 13 1944
				41433 (VF-4) lost off Hawaii Oct 10, 1944
				41435 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				41436 (F6F-3K) drone aircraft with check pilot onboard on final dove into water and 
						burned Jun 9, 1946.  Pilot lost
				41438 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				41439 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb 22, 1945
				41441 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				41447 assigned to CASU-1 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
				41448 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jul 4, 1944
				41450 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Nov 26, 1944
				41451 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Feb 20, 1945
				41452 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jun 12, 1944
				41454 (VF-19) from Kalului lost of Maui Apr 22, 1944
				41455 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944.
				41465 (VF-83) lost off Hawaii Dec 21, 1944
				41466 (VF-86) lost off Hawaii Jan 16, 1945
				41469 (VF-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Manila in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				41472 assigned to CASU-35 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.
				41483 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Oct 23, 1944
				41484 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Guam Jun 16, 1944
				41499 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jun 20, 1944
				41501 (VF-47) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Jan 4, 1945
				41502 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Marcus in central Pacific May 19, 1944
				41504 assigned to Pool Dial lost off Lunge Point in south Pacific May 21, 1944
				41506 (VF-4) lost off Hawaii Jul 25, 1944
				41509 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 12, 1944.
				41510 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 24, 1944
				41512 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				41517 (VF-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost Jan 21, 1945
				41519 (VF-80) attached to USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) crashed into sea on takeoff
					off Luzon in Philippines Nov 26, 1944.  Pilot rescued.
				41522 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 5, 1944
				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 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41535 (VF-21) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost in southwest Pacific Oct 30, 1944
				41536 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Feb 28, 1945
				41539 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 30, 1944 due to deck loss-Kamikaze
				41544 (VF-100 attached to USS Makassar Strait (CVE-91) lost off Hawaii Nov 9, 1944
				41547 assigned to Pool lost in Philippines Oct 31, 1944
				41548 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				41558 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Formosa Oct 11, 1944
				41561 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Hawaii May 24, 1944
				41564 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Oct 10, 1944
				41565 assogned to AR & OH lost at Manus in southwest Pacific Dec 7, 1944
				41572 (VBF-98) crashed at sea off Makassar Straight CVE-91 9/12/1945.  Pilot killed.
				41573 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 21, 1944
				41575 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Majuro in central Pacific May 30, 1944
				41579 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 24, 1944
				41582 (VF-4) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Philippines Nov 13, 1944
				41587 (VF-3) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Jun 2, 1944
				41591 (VF-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 2, 1945
				41593 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				41595 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 24, 1944
				41598 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Iwo Jima Aug 5, 1944
				41600 assigned to CASU(F)-31 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Aug 9, 1944
				41601 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				41608 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Oct 10, 1944
				41609 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost in flight from Canal Zone to California Mar 24, 1944
				41610 (VF-15) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 12, 1944
				41613 assigned to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Jul 30, 1944
				41620 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 25, 2944
				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.
				41626 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 10, 1944
				41628 assigned to CASU(F)-51 lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jan 31, 1945
				41629 (VF-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 21, 1944
				41632 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 14, 1944
				41633 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Guam Jun 13, 1944
				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 front of the aircraft broke off and fell into water and sank.
					Pilot escaped without injury.
				41639 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Iwo Jima Jun 15, 1944
				41642 assigned to CASU(F)-51 lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jan 31, 1945
				41643 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				41646 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				41647 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost in Mindanao Sea in Philippines Sep 10, 1944
				41648 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Rota in central Pacific Jul 2, 1944
				41651 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				41653 (VF-11) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 8, 1944
				41664 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				41667 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Iwo Jima Jun 16, 1944
				41668 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				41670 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 28, 1944
				41673 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Majuro in central Pacific May 30, 1944
				41674 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Palau in central Pacifc Jul 26, 1944
				41675 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 25, 1944
				41681 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Marcus in central Pacific May 20, 1944
				41690 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 26, 1944
				41691 attached to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41692 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Marcus in central Pacific May 20, 1944
				41695 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 27, 1944
				41704 (VF-8) disappeared along with 66033 while on training flight  Sep 27, 1944.  Believed
					to have been mid-air collision.
				41705 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Guam Jun 16, 1944
				41709 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Sep 21, 1944
				41715 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Pescadores in central Pacific Oct 13, 1944
				41724 assigned to CASU-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Oct 21, 1944
				41725 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 22, 1944
				41730 (VF-81) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Formosa Jan 3, 1945
				41731 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Jan 2, 1945
				41742 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				41744 (VF-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 30, 1944
				41745 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944 due to deck loss-Kamikaze
				41746 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				41749 assigned to 2nd MAW lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Nov 21, 1944
				41754 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Guam Jun 16, 1944
				41756 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Guam Jun 13, 1944
				41758 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 28, 1944
				41761 (VF-39) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Miyako Jan 22, 1945
				41768 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 31, 1944
				41771 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 23, 1944
				41772 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 13, 1944
				41777 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 23, 1944.
				41782 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 26, 1944 due to deck loss - Kamikaze
				41783 (VF-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Formosa Jan 9, 1945
				41790 (CV-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost in Mindanao Sea in Philippines Sep 10, 1944
				41794 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Chichi Jima in central Pacific Aug 24, 1944
				41797 assigned to CASU-30 Majuro in central Pacific Sep 10, 1944
				41798 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				41799 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Guam Jun 16, 1944
				41800 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Oct 8, 1944
				41804 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Luzon Oct 9, 1944
				41806 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 9, 1944
				41808 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				41811 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jul 19, 1944
				41813 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 3, 1944
				41818 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jul 11, 1944
				41821 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 25, 1944
				41822 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Aug 30, 1944
				41826/41831 to Royal Navy as JV190/JV195
				41833 (VF-81) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost in Leyte Gulf Nov 14, 1944
				41834 (MSN 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 to 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
				41840 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 16, 1944
				41843 (VF-23) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Nov 22, 1944
				41844 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				41850 (VF-81) lost off Hawaii Sep 21, 1944
				41851 (WF-9) stalled during landing at Valkaria Satellite Field Sep 7, 1945.
				41860 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Iwo Jima Jun 16, 1944
				41861 (VF-31) attached to USS CABOT (CVL-28) (June 1944)
				41866 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				41869 (VMF(N)-541) lost in central Pacific Oct 19, 1944
				41870 assigned to CASU-30 Majuro in central Pacific Jun 1, 1944
				41872 crashed in training accident near Covelo, CA Mar 20, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				41876 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Sep 13, 1944
				41878 lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb 27, 1945
				41879 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				41881 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 25, 1944
				41884 (VF-45) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Hawaii Oct 19, 1944
				41889 (VF-2) attache to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Aug 3, 1944
				41892 went down May 20, 1945 due to pulot error and sank 30 mi W OF Cape Flattery, WA
				41893 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 3, 1944
				41894 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 8, 1944
				41897 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 30, 1944
				41901 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Luzon Oct 29, 1944
				41903 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				41907 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific
				41908 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Luzon Oct 18, 1944
				41911 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 7, 1944
				41912 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Luzon Oct 3, 1944
				41922 (VF-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost in north Atlantic Jun 5, 1944
				41926 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 13, 1944
				41930 (MSN 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.
				41931 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Jan 8, 1945
				41932 (VF-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost in north Atlantic Jul 6, 1944
				41957 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon Oct 15, 1944
				41960 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Iwo Jima Aug 5, 1944
				41967 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Guam Jul 8, 1944
				41968 (VF(N)-78) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 8, 1944
				41969 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 10, 1945
				41970 (VF-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Luzon Oct 14, 1944
				41971 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost in central Pacific Sep 24, 1944
				41972 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Jun 2, 1944
				41982 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 28, 1944
				41983 (VF-27) from Kalului lost off Hawaii May 3, 1944
				41985 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Luzon Sep 13, 1944
				41986 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				41987 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon Oct 18, 1944
				41989 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Guam Jul 12, 1944
				41990 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Sibuyan Sea in Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				41994 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				41996 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVF-23) lost off Luzon Sep 21, 1944
				41998 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 30, 1944
				42000 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Jan 18, 1945
				42002 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 28, 1944
				42003 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				42004 assigned to CASU-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Oct 4, 1944
				42008 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Cebu in Philippines Oct 20, 1944
				42009 (VF-18) attached to USS Interpid (CV-11) lost off Luzon Oct 30, 1944
				42011 (VF-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon Oct 31, 1944
				42013 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Luzon Nov 8, 1944
				42015 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				42018 (VF-45) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Hawaii Nov 17, 1944
				42021 (VF-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jun 18, 1944
				42023 (VF-21) from Maui lost off Hawaii Jul 9, 1944
				42030 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 16, 1944
				42031 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Iwo Jima Aug 4, 1944
				42034 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				42036 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Morotai in Philippines Sep 16, 1944
				42037 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 19, 1944
				42039 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost of Peleliu in central Pacific Aug 30, 1944
				42040 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Oct 10, 1944
				42042 (VF-27) from Kalului lost off Hawaii May 10, 1944
				42043 assigned to A&R Majuro lost off Majuro in central Pacific Oct 13, 1944
				42045 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Palus in central Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				42047 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Oct 23, 1944
				42048 (VF-60) attached to USS Suqannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 28, 1944
				42054 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 21, 1944
				42056 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost west of Guam Jun 19, 1944
				42057 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jun 28, 1944
				42058 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 30, 1944
				42064 (VF-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jul 5, 1944
				42066 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Guam Jun 16, 1944
				42067 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Palus in southwest Pacific Sep 14, 1944
				42069 (VF-11) lost off Oahu, Hawaii Jul 19, 1944
				42071 bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-402. Refurbished by Cobell Industries and delivered 1952. 
					Ferried Fort Worth, TX, departing Mar 28, 1952 from the Uruguyuan Naval Base at Capitan Corbeta CA Curbelo 
					International Airport, Punta del Este, Uruguay, arriving Apr 22, 1952.
				42073 assigned to CASU-30 Majuro in central Pacific Sep 2, 1944
				42080 (VF-29) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Aug 11, 1944
				42083 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 24, 1944
				42087 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Samar in Philippines Oct 26, 1944
				42090 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Jul 28, 1944
				42095 (VF-19) from Guam lost off Guam Jul 18, 1944
				42097 assigned to CASU-43 Guam Jan 10, 1945
				42098 (VF-29) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Jul 26, 1944
				42099 (VF-45) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Manila in Philippines Dec 14, 1944
				42101 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 10, 1944
				42106 (VF-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 25, 1944
				42107 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Guam Jul 5, 1944
				42111 lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Jul 11, 1945
				42112 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Guam Jul 5, 1944
				42113 (VF-3) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Canton Jan 15, 1945
				42114 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 8, 1944
				42121 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost W of Guam Jun 19, 1944
				42123 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL_23) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 15, 1944
				42124 (VF-27) lost off Puunene, Hawaii May 13, 1944
				42128 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 12, 1944
				42130  (VF-21) lost due premature takeoff from USS Midway off San Diego, CA Apr 12, 1944. 
					Pilot rescued by USS Ballard.
				42131 (VF-81) lost off Hawaii Sep 14, 1944
				42133 (VMF(N)-541) lost off Palau in central Pacific Oct 14 1944
				42137 (VF-9) from Attu lost off Alaska May 15, 1944
				42141 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 9, 1945
				42145 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 25, 1944.
				42146 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Sep 13, 1944
				42147 (VF-21) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost in southwest Pacific Oct 30, 1944 due to deck fire
				42152 (VF-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Formosa Jan 3, 1945 
				42153 (VF-100) while on routine night formation flight over Oahu, Hawaii. 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.
				42154 (VF-81) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost in Leyte Gulf Nov 11, 1944
				42156 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Mar 5, 1945
				42157 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Samar in Philippines Oct 26, 1944
				42158 (VF-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost in central Pacific Oct 9, 1944
				42159 (VF-21) crashed into sea during landing on USS Midway off San Diego, CA Apr 11, 1944. Pilot killed. SOC Apr 14, 1944.
				42162 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 15, 1944
				42164 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Guam Jul 20, 1944
				42167 crashed off USS Solomons (CVE-67) 15 January 1946
				42176 (VF-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-22) lost off Visayan in Philippines Sep 12, 1944
				42177 (VMF(N)-541) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Nov 19, 1944
				42179 (VF-44) atttached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off San Bernadino in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
				42181 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				42184 (VF-45) lost off Hawaii Sep 20, 1944
				42185 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jul 4, 1944
				42187 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Rota in central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				42193 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jul 5, 1944
				42200 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost west of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 19, 1944
				42202 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost in central Pacific Oct 10, 1944
				42204 (VMF(N)-541) lost off Tacloban in Philippines Jan 7, 1945
				42207 assigned to CASU-30 Majuro in central Pacific Sep 3, 1944
				42210 (VMF(N)-41) lost off Philippines Dec 12, 1944
				42212 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 30, 1944
				42213 (VF-44) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 22, 1944
				42230 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 19, 1945
				42234 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Rosa in central Pacific Jun 14, 1944
				42242 (VF(N)-75) attached to USS Hancock (CV-18) lost off Panama Aug 11, 1944
				42259 (VF-100) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Hawaii Apr 3, 1945
				42277 (VF-40) from Barakoma lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Jan 22, 1944
				42278 (VF-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 18, 1944
				42281 (VF-20) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii May 28, 1944
				42284 (VF-2) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Manila in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				42294 (VF-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Formosa Jan 8, 1945
				42296 (VF-19 from Guam lost off Guam Jul 20, 1944
				42299 (VF-47) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Dec 20, 1944
				42307 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Jun 1, 1944.
					Also listed as being with VF-28 and attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Eniwetok in central
					Pacific Jun 26, 1944
				42313 (VF-44) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 15, 1944
				42316 (VF-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-26) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				42317 (VF-14) attached to US Wasp (CV-18) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Sep 21, 1944
				42318 (VF-100) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Hawaii Dec 20, 1944d
				42322 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				42324 assigned to NACTU attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 9, 1944
				42326 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				42327 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) in central Pacific Oct 14, 1944
				42328 (VF-45) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Hawaii Oct 19, 1944
				42329 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Jun 1, 1944
				42331 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Cebu in Philippines Sep 24, 1944
				42332/42344 to Royal Navy as Hellcat I JV196/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.
				42347 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jun 13, 1944
				42348 assigned to CASU-30 Majuro in central Pacific Aug 10, 1944
				42351 (VF-60) attacvhed to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Morotai in Philippines Sep 16, 1944
				42353 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 15, 1944
				42354 (VF-33) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 11, 1945
				42356 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Iwo Jima Aug 4, 1944
				42358 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Manila in Philippines Sep 16, 1944
				42359 assigned to CASU(F)-42 lost off Pituilu in southwest Pacific Nov 19, 1944
				42360 assigned to CASU-27 lost in north Atlantic Aug 11, 1944
				42363 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 30, 1944
				42364 assigned to CSASU-35 Eniwetok in central Pacific Sep 21, 1944
				42368 assigned to NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii Oct 23, 1944
				42369 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Mar 4, 1945
				42371 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost of San Bernadino in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
				42373 (VF-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost E of Luzon in Philippines Jan 7, 1945
				42374 assogned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 31, 1945
				42375 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				42376 (VF-81) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 14, 1944
				42378 (VF-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jun 13, 1944
				42379 (VF-4, Navy no. 34) lost off Hawaii Sep 14, 1944
				42381 (VF-21) attached to US Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 28, 1944
				42382 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb 14, 1945
				42386 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 14, 1945
				42391 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto(CVL-30) lost off Luzon Oct 8, 1944
				42393 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				42394 (VF-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) destroyed in carrier landing Oct 29, 1944.  Pilot suffered serious
					burns in ensuing fire.
				42396 lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 10, 1944
				42401 (VF-45) lost off Hawaii Oct 27, 1944
				42402 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 31, 1945
				42403 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Dec 15, 1944
				42405 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Morotai in Philippines Oct 26, 1944
				42406 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 26, 1944 due to deck loss--Kamikaze
				42408 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Cape Engano in southwest Pacific Oct 28, 1944
				42411 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Tinian in west central pacific Jun 12, 1944
				42416 (VF-9) from Kahului lost off Hawaii Nov 16, 1944
				42421 (VF-20) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Apr 30, 1944
				42428 assigned to Pool Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 1, 1945
				42431 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 10, 1945
				42433 (VF-44) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 10, 1944
				42437 (VF-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Guam Jul 13, 1944
				42443 (VF-45) lost off Hawaii Oct 4, 1944
				42449 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost west of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 19, 1944
				42450 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Nov 26, 1944
				42451 (VF-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost in central Pacific Oct 9, 1944
				42454 (VF-45) lost off Hawaii Oct 25, 1944
				42480 (VF-74) attached to USS Kasaan Bay (CVE-69) lost off Algiers, North Africa Jul 13, 1944
				42488 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Rota in central Pacific Jul 1, 1944
				42496 (VF-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Philippines Oct 23, 1944
				42499 (VF-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Aug 20, 1944
				42513 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Guam Jul 20, 1944
				42514 (VF-100) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 27, 1944
				42516 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost in Mindanao Sea in Philippines Sep 9, 1944
				42519 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank.
				42521 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank.
				42522 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 11, 1944
				42531 (VF-31) attached to USS CABOT (CVL-28) (June 1944)
				42534 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off saipan in west central Pacific Jun 13, 1944
				42535 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in landing acciden while carrier was off Chichi Jima
					in central Pacific Sep 2, 1944
				42537 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.  Also listed as being assigned
					to CASU-35 at Eniwetok Nov 30, 1944
				42538 (VF-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Majuro in central Pacific May 26, 1944
				42539 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 12, 1944
				42541 assigned to CASU(F)-42 lost off Guan Jan 26, 1945
				42542 (VF-39) lost off Majuro in cental Pacific May 5, 1944
				42546 (VF-24) attached to USS Belleau Wood (CVL-240 lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				42547 (VF-99) lost off Guam Mar 27, 1945
				42548 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank.
				42550 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 10l 1944
				42551 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Cebu in Philippines Oct 19, 1944
				42553 (VF-31) attached to USS CABOT (CVL-28) (June 1944)
				42555 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Palau in central Pacific Aug 30, 1944
				42557 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Okinawa Sep 30, 1944
				42560 (VF-74) attached to USS Kasaan Bay (CVE-69) lost off Corsica Aug 21, 1944
				42561 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 23, 1944
				42562 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				42563 (VB-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Sep 13, 1944
				42565 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam May 10, 1945
				42573 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 30, 1944 due to deck loss--Kamikaze
				42594 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				42598 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944.
				42600 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 31, 1944
				42602 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Palus in southwest Pacific Sep 13, 1944
				42603 (VF-21) lost off Puunene, Hawaii May 23, 1944
				42616 (VF-15) attached to US Essex (CV-9) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 8, 1944
				42621 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank.
				42622 (VF-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jul 12, 1944
				42623 crashed Hilton, California Jun 9, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				42625 (VF-33) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 20, 1945
				42626 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				42628 (VF-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost in Philippine Sea Dec 15, 1944
				42632 (VF-21) lost off Puunene, Hawaii May 23, 1944
				42635 (VF-81) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Hong Kong Jan 17, 1945
				42638 assigned to CASU-4 Puunene, Hawaii Oct 14, 1944
				42639 (VF-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Philippines Nov 19, 1944
				42642 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				42644 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Mar 5, 1945
				42645 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Okinawa Sep 30, 1944
				42651 assigned to CASU-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Oct 21, 1944
				42663 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Vegas in Philippines Sep 13, 1944
				42667 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 31, 1944
				42670 (VF-45) attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Hawaii Oct 19, 1944
				42673 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 21, 1944
				42675 (VF-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				42676 (VF-20) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Apr 30, 1944
				42677 (VF-21) lost off Puunene, Hawaii May 23, 1944
				42679 (VF-81) lost off Hawaii Oct 5, 1944
				42692 (VF-13, USS Franklin (CV-13)) lost due to faulty catapult shot SW Pacific Oct 29, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				42698 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Formosa Oct 17, 1944
				42703 w/o 11 Oct 1944 in crash 2 miles SE off Smith Island, WA
				42707 (VF-45) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Luzon in Philippines Jan 7, 1945
				42711 (VF-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 18, 1944
				42722 (VF-45) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Hawaii Nov 5, 1944
				42730 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Mar 5, 1945
				42732 in midair collision with 42981 near Point Arena, CA, Jul 18, 1944.  Both pilots parachuted to safety.
				42737 assigned to CASU(F)-47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 12, 1945
				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.
				42767 (VF-45) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				42776 (F6F-3N) Aircraft crashed into the sea Feb 1, 1945 during a night training flight, 25 miles from the Nantucket Light. 
					Pilot was not recovered. 
				42781 (VF(N)-107) lost in north Atlantic Aug 24, 1944
				42782 with CASU-6 was involved in an accident at NAS China Lake during emergency landing Jul 22, 1944.  
					Pilot suffered skull fracture when sholder straps parted on impact. 
					Ditched during carrier qualifications Sep 30, 1944 125 mi SE of 
					Nantucket Island.  Pilot survived.  Aircraft located by submarine *Alvin* Sep 24, 1968. 
				42811 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost of Palau in central Pacific Sep 17, 1944
				42814 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				42817 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 30, 1944
				42821 (VF-29) lost off Puunenem, Hawaii Jul 26, 1944
				42822 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 31, 1944
				42824 (VF-80) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 14, 1944
				42825 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Okinawa Oct 4, 1944
				42827 (VBF-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Hong King Jan 16, 1945
				42830 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank.
				42833 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 30, 1944
				42837 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 28, 1944
				42841 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Sep 21, 1944
				42844 assigned to A&R lost at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 4, 1944
				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 village during dive bombing
						demonstration May 4, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				42861 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost of Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				42863 (VF-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				42871 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Sep 15, 1944
				42874 ssigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA Ames 
					Research Center  Jun 22, 1945 until Sep 9, 1960 as NACA 158 for variable stability research.
					Modified for variable stability use. In 1948, the aircraft was modified by Ames engineers 
					to become the world's first variable stability aircraft. Used for generalized studies of 
					lateral-directional flying qualities criteria and as an in-flight simulator for new aircraft 
					under development.  Now on display at the San Diego Air and Space Museum, on loan from National
					Naval Aviation Museum.
				42876 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 7, 1944
				42884 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 28, 1944
				42890 (VF-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Cebu in Philippines Sep 12, 1944
				42892 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 29, 1944
				42894 (VF-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Formosa Oct 13, 1944
				42902 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				42904 (VF-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost Formosa Sep 22, 1944
				42906 (VF-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 17, 1944
				42908 (VF-17) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				42929 (VF-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				42930 (VF-9) lost off Ponam in southwest Pacific Jan 9, 1945
				42965 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				42995 (VF-23) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Nov 22, 1944
				43007 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Oct 22, 1944
				43008 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Nov 28, 1944
				43014 reported May 2006 to be under restoration at Fantasy of Flight,
					Polk City, FL
				43018 (VF-35) attacvhed to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Cebu in southwest Pacific Oct 18, 1944
				43022 (VF(N)-79) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 17, 1944
				43026 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Okinawa Oct 4, 1944
				43031 (VF-31) attachd to US Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Yap in central Pacific Jul 22, 1944
				43034 (VF-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 28, 1944
				43036 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Dec 2, 1944
				43037 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				43041 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				43046 (VF-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jul 4, 1944
				43048 (VF-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-26) lost off Cebu in Philippines Oct 22, 1944
				43065 Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-452
				43066 bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya. Refurbished by Cobell Industries and delivered 
					1952 as A-453.   Ferried to Fort Worth, TX, departing Mar 28, 1952 from the Uruguyuan Naval Base at Capitan Corbeta CA 
					Curbelo International Airport, Punta del Este, Uruguay, arriving Apr 22, 1952.
				43075 (VF-5) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				43082 (VF(N)-76) attached to USS Honet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				43097 (VF-47) lost off Puunene, Hawai Nov 13, 1944
				43098 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944.
				43100 (VF-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Okinawa Oct 10, 1944
				43102 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.  Another report has the plane being attached 
					to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Wakde in southwest Pacific Apr 22, 1944
				43103 (VF-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				43105 assigned to A&R Majuro lost off Majuro in central Pacific Oct 1, 1944
				43111 (VF-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Wake May 23, 1944
				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.
				43124 (VF-50) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off guam Jul 6, 1944
				43127 (VF-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Okinawa Sep 24, 1944
				43137 (VF-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost in central Pacific Oct 14, 1944
43138/43637		Boeing/Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet
				MSN 75-8232/8731 ex USAAF 42-109199/109698.  Stearman Model E75 built to dual standard for USAAF (as PT-13D) 
				and US Navy (as N2S-5). Order for USAAF cancelled; diverted to the US Navy
				43138	(MSN 75-8232) ex USAAF 42-109199. Registered as N5729N; cancelled 19Jun08 on export to Austria. 
					Reregistered 25Jul13 as N5729N; current [Aug20]. Based at Nobitz, Altenburg, Germany.
				43139	(MSN 75-8233) ex USAAF 42-109200. Registered as N68837. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane struck an earth bank after the engine failed during a swathe run at Arbuckle, CA 5Feb70. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application when the pilot failed to maintain flying speed and 
					stalled turning around during a swathe run at Biggs, CA 25Apr73. Registration current [Aug20].
				43140	(MSN 75-8234) ex USAAF 42-109201. Registered as N9486H. Damaged in collision with Stearman PT-17 
					N53414 [41-1013] taxying at Flying Circus Airport, Bealeton, VA 14Aug71. Registered as N11125; current [Aug20].
				43141	(MSN 75-8235) ex USAAF 42-109202.
				43142	(MSN 75-8236) ex USAAF 42-109203. Registered as N4920N; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 22Jun76.
				43143	(MSN 75-8237) ex USAAF 42-109204. Registered as N9380H; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 8May15. 
					Registered in Peru 23May55 as OB-LEM-375. Damaged during aerial application when the airplane drifted 
					off the landing strip and nosed over into a ditch c1957. Registered 1964 as OB-A-375. Derelict at 
					Hacienda El Milagro de Pativilca 1964. Registration cancelled 19Jun67.
				43144	(MSN 75-8238) ex USAAF 42-109205. Registered as N66554. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when force landed and nosed over on wet, soft ground after engine failure at Nome, TX 21Jul67. 
					Registration cancelled 30Apr13.
				43145	(MSN 75-8239) ex USAAF 42-109206. Registered as N1708M; cancelled 10Aug12.
				43146	(MSN 75-8240) ex USAAF 42-109207.
				43147	(MSN 75-8241) ex USAAF 42-109208. Registered as N65687; cancelled 30Apr13.
				43148	(MSN 75-8242) ex USAAF 42-109209. Registered as N44TF; current [Aug20].
				43149	(MSN 75-8243) ex USAAF 42-109210. Registered as N1243V. Registered 16Jul76 as N12832. Modified as A75L300. 
					Registration cancelled 30Jul12. Reregistered 2Jun17 as N12832. Reregistered 6Jun18 as N175MD; current [Aug20].
				43150	(MSN 75-8244) ex USAAF 42-109211.
				43151	(MSN 75-8245) ex USAAF 42-109212. Registered as N5815N. Registered 6Jan76 as N214CJ; current [Aug20].
				43152	(MSN 75-8246) ex USAAF 42-109213.
				43153	(MSN 75-8247) ex USAAF 42-109214.
				43154	(MSN 75-8248) ex USAAF 42-109215. Registered as N1856M; cancelled 17May55 on export to Venezuela.
				43155	(MSN 75-8249) ex USAAF 42-109216. Registered 31Aug48 as NC4551N; cancelled 5Jul49.
				43156 (MSN 75-8250) ex USAAF 42-109217. Registered as N66307. Crashed during aerial application when the 
					airplane struck power lines during a swathe run at Fort Pierce, FL 28Jun77. Restored at Adams Ranch Airport, 
					Fort Pierce, Florida 1983/84. Sale reported 4Dec87, cancelled 13Feb13. National Museum of Naval Aviation, 
					NAS Pensacola, FL. Renamed National Naval Aviation Museum. Loaned to NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Florida. 
					Displayed hanging from the ceiling in an atrium at NAS Whiting Field.
				43157	(MSN 75-8251) ex USAAF 42-109218. Registered 29Sep06 as N176FC; current [Aug20].
				43158	(MSN 75-8252) ex USAAF 42-109219. Registered as N1419M. Modified as A75L300. Substantially damaged during 
					aerial application when force landed and nosed over after engine failure at Wareham, MA 7Jul72. Damaged 
					when landed short returning after engine failure at Fryeburg, ME 4Sep81. Registration current [Aug20].
				43159	(MSN 75-8253) ex USAAF 42-109220. Registered as N5816N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Feb13. 
					Registered c1994 as N7137C as a Boeing/Porter/Epperson B-75N1 with MSN 75-8253-A; cancelled 30Sep13. 
					Restored 19Dec16 as N7137C; current [Aug20].
				43160	(MSN 75-8254) ex USAAF 42-109221.
				43161	(MSN 75-8255) ex USAAF 42-109222. Accepted by USAAF Aug43 as 42-109222. Transferred to US Navy Aug43. 
					War Assets Administration. Transferred to USAF 1Oct48. Air Material Command, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA. 
					Reclaimed 23Mar49. Reclaim complete 31Mar49. Registered 12Sep50 as N1918M to Civil Air Patrol Alabama Wing, 
					Birmingham, AL; cancelled 15Jun53 on export to Australia. Registered 26Jun01 as VH-PWD; current [Aug20].
				43162	(MSN 75-8256) ex USAAF 42-109223. Registered 26Apr48 as NC1361V; cancelled 30Jun48.
				43163	(MSN 75-8257) ex USAAF 42-109224. Griffin B Bell Aerospace Technology Center, Jimmy Carter Regional 
					Airport/Souther Field, Americus, GA. Ground instructional airframe.
				43164	(MSN 75-8258) ex USAAF 42-109225. Registered as N5819N; sale reported 15Jul86, cancelled 1Feb13.
				43165 (MSN 75-8259) ex USAAF 42-109226. Registered as N9066H. Stored dismantled outside at Belle Glade State 
					Municipal Airport, FL [noted 1975]; airworthy by 1978. Registration cancelled 22Dec14. 
					Reregistered 19Oct15 as N9066H; current [Aug20].
				43166	(MSN 75-8260) ex USAAF 42-109227. Registered as N5474N; cancelled Sep53 on export to El Salvador. 
					Registered 27Mar91 as N170BW; current [Aug20].
				43167	(MSN 75-8261) ex USAAF 42-109228. Registered as N1434M; current [Aug20]. Noted as a frame on wheels 
					at Felts Field, Spokane, WA Jul05.
				43168	(MSN 75-8262) ex USAAF 42-109229. Registered as N4924N; revoked 19Mar77, cancelled 9Aug12.
				43169	(MSN 75-8263) ex USAAF 42-109230.
				43170	(MSN 75-8264) ex USAAF 42-109231. Registered as N4921N; current [Aug20].
				43171	(MSN 75-8265) ex USAAF 42-109232. Registered as N75251; sale reported 18May94, cancelled 19Oct12.
				43172	(MSN 75-8266) ex USAAF 42-109233.
				43173	(MSN 75-8267) ex USAAF 42-109234. Registered as N5531N. Modified as A75L300 Registration cancelled 15Aug68 
					on export to Nicaragua.
				43174	(MSN 75-8268) ex USAAF 42-109235.
				43175	(MSN 75-8269) ex USAAF 42-109236. Registered as N9007H. Destroyed after engine failure by not using 
					carburettor heating and forced landed on a highway striking power lines and a vehicle at Graham, NC 5May74. 
					Registration cancelled 2Jun75.
				43176	(MSN 75-8270) ex USAAF 42-109237. Registered as N1346M. Substantially damaged after landing on a winding road, 
					the pilot mistakenly reduced power during the subsequent takeoff, the airplane stalled and landed in trees 
					at Henrietta, TX 19May73. Taxying on soft ground, the left wheel became stuck and the airplane nosed 
					over during an attempt to break free at Alvin, TX 26May79. The airplane drifted during landing and nosed 
					over when opposite brake was applied at Houston, TX. Registration current [Aug20].
				43177	(MSN 75-8271) ex USAAF 42-109238. Registered 5Jun50 as N66315 to the Tennessee A & I State University, 
					Nashville, TN; cancelled 11Dec63.
				43178 (MSN 75-8272) ex USAAF 42-109239. Registered as N9055H. During aerial application the pilot looked back 
					at the end of a swathe run at a tractor in the field, stalled and crashed at Grenada, MS 7Sep71.
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43179	(MSN 75-8273) ex USAAF 42-109240.
				43180	(MSN 75-8274) ex USAAF 42-109241. Registered as N65877. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when force landed after engine failure and landed at the start of a swathe run in crops at 
					Hickory Ridge, AR 9Sep64. Ground looped and damaged the right wing tip landing at Breckenridge, TX 22May92. 
					Resident at Commemorative Air Force-Rio Grande Valley Wing, South Padre Island International Airport, 
					Brownsville, TX. Registration current [Aug20].
				43181	(MSN 75-8275) ex USAAF 42-109242. Registered as N75652; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 15Sep09. Registered as YS-367A. 
					Reregistered as YS-135P. Restoration in El Salvador 2020. 
				43182	(MSN 75-8276) ex USAAF 42-109243.
				43183	(MSN 75-8277) ex USAAF 42-109244.
				43184	(MSN 75-8278) ex USAAF 42-109245. Nosed over onto its back at Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, CO Sep 2, 1943.
				43185	(MSN 75-8279) ex USAAF 42-109246. Registered as N1632M; cancelled 27Mar52 on export to Canada. 
					Registered 10Mar52 as CF-FBD. Bradley Air Services Ltd., Carp, Ontario. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection 
					Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1954-58; sprayer code 71. Noted on floats and without 
					spray equipment 1960. Used by Forestry Protection Ltd for experimental fire fighting; sprayer code 71. 
					General Airspray Ltd., St Thomas, Ontario 1960. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
					budworm spray program New Brunswick 1960, 1966-72; sprayer code 71. Noted on floats 1966 demonstrating 
					the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources lakeside loading system. One of three Stearmans used to spray 
					fenitrothion in the Burchell Lake and French Lake areas of northwestern Ontario 6-18Jun69. The airplane 
					departed the landing strip and rolled into a ditch during the takeoff roll at Staunton Road, St Thomas, 
					Ontario 8Jul76. Registration cancelled 19Aug76. Registered 20Nov02 as CF-AHA; current [Aug20].
				43186	(MSN 75-8280) ex USAAF 42-109247.
				43187	(MSN 75-8281) ex USAAF 42-109248. Registered as N1435M; cancelled 9Dec82.
				43188	(MSN 75-8282) ex USAAF 42-109249.
				43189	(MSN 75-8283) ex USAAF 42-109250. Registered as N1342V; cancelled 23Mar56.
				43190	(MSN 75-8284) ex USAAF 42-109251. Registered as N9077H. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing 
					in gusty wind conditions at NAS Willow Grove, PA 2Jul76. Registration current [Aug20].
				43191	(MSN 75-8285) ex USAAF 42-109252. Registered as N75245; cancelled 9Jun70.
				43192	(MSN 75-8286) ex USAAF 42-109253. Registered as N1616M; cancelled 17Mar11 on export to Brazil. Registered as PR-PQD.
				43193	(MSN 75-8287) ex USAAF 42-109254.
				43194	(MSN 75-8288) ex USAAF 42-109255.
				43195	(MSN 75-8289) ex USAAF 42-109256. Registered as N4914N; expired 30Nov16, cancelled 15Mar18.
				43196	(MSN 75-8290) ex USAAF 42-109257. Registered as N66489. Destroyed during aerobatics when stalled in a 
					spin out of a loop at Ozier Field, Somerville, TN 7Oct74. Registration cancelled 25Oct74.
				43197	(MSN 75-8291) ex USAAF 42-109258. Delivered to US Navy 1943. NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Registered as N1387V. 
					Converted for crop-spraying. Restored to standard configuration 1980s. Substantially damaged when crashed 
					into mountainous terrain at Tooele, UT 7Aug86. The pilot encountered a downdraft while crossing a 
					ridgeline about 9,000 feet and a temperature of 80 degrees, five miles northeast of Tooele; this gave a 
					density altitude of circa 12,500 feet. Confederate Air Force-Utah Wing, Heber City Municipal Airport, 
					Heber, UT. The wreckage was transported to Jerome, ID (near Twin Falls) where it was completely restored 
					to flying condition. First post-restoration Flight 17Aug88. Commemorative Air Force, Midland International 
					Airport, Midland, TX. Registered 5Sep91 to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX; 
					current [Aug20]. Resident at Commemorative Air Force-Utah Wing, Heber City Municipal Airport, Heber, UT.
				43198	(MSN 75-8292) ex USAAF 42-109259. Registered as N75692. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when force landed and struck trees after engine failure caused by foreign matter in the fuel at 
					Aubrey, AR 3Sep71. Registration current [Aug20].
				43199	(MSN 75-8293) ex USAAF 42-109260.
				43200	(MSN 75-8294) ex USAAF 42-109261.
				43201	(MSN 75-8295) ex USAAF 42-109262.
				43202	(MSN 75-8296) ex USAAF 42-109263. Registered as N10546; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 13Sep16.
				43203	(MSN 75-8297) ex USAAF 42-109264. Registered as N68730. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when failure of the tail wheel shock absorber strut caused the airplane to ground loop landing at Heber, CA 14Mar66. 
					Registration cancelled 13Feb81 on export to Mexico. Registered as XB-CNV.
				43204	(MSN 75-8298) ex USAAF 42-109265. Registered as N9301H; current [Aug20].
				43205	(MSN 75-8299) ex USAAF 42-109266.
				43206	(MSN 75-8300) ex USAAF 42-109267. Registered as N1654M. The Stearman was repositioning from hangar to 
					ramp for static display at Culpeper, VA 3Jun00. The ramp was crowded with no room for the pilot to 
					weave to view the way ahead. Without a marshaller, the Stearman hit a parked Mooney's wing with the 
					propeller. Substantial damage was caused to the Mooney; minor damage to the Stearman with no injuries. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43207	(MSN 75-8301) ex USAAF 42-109268. Registered as N1851M; revoked 29May77, cancelled 9Jul09.
				43208	(MSN 75-8302) ex USAAF 42-109269. Registered 30Aug48 as NC1604M; cancelled 22Dec71.
				43209	(MSN 75-8303) ex USAAF 42-109270.
				43210	(MSN 75-8304) ex USAAF 42-109271.
				43211	(MSN 75-8305) ex USAAF 42-109272. Registered 9Mar49 as N4485N; cancelled 10May49 on export to Mexico. 
					Registered as XB-NOQ.
				43212	(MSN 75-8306) ex USAAF 42-109273. Registered 12Jul48 as NC66488; cancelled 26Jun70.
				43213	(MSN 75-8307) ex USAAF 42-109274. Registered as N5053V. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when struck power lines during a swathe run at Hickman, CA 11Jul73. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application when stalled during takeoff at Modesto, CA 30Jul77. Registration current [Aug20].
				43214	(MSN 75-8308) ex USAAF 42-109275.
				43215	(MSN 75-8309) ex USAAF 42-109276.
				43216	(MSN 75-8310) ex USAAF 42-109277. Registered as N1853M. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane struck trees after engine failure during a swathe run at Bentonia, MS 25Sep69. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43217	(MSN 75-8311) ex USAAF 42-109278.
				43218	(MSN 75-8312) ex USAAF 42-109279.
				43219	(MSN 75-8313) ex USAAF 42-109280. Registered 19Dec47 as N5592N; cancelled 7Sep51.
				43220	(MSN 75-8314) ex USAAF 42-109281. Registered as N9299H; not taken up, cancelled 15Nov88. 
					Registered 8May91 as VH-USE; current [Aug20].
				43221	(MSN 75-8315) ex USAAF 42-109282.
				43222	(MSN 75-8316) ex USAAF 42-109283.
				43223	(MSN 75-8317) ex USAAF 42-109284.
				43224	(MSN 75-8318) ex USAAF 42-109285. Registered as N4747N. Central Aircraft Inc., Yakima, WA. Operated 
					for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1952-53; sprayer code 1. 
					Russell Dusting Company, Pecos, TX 1954. Operated for the Canadian budworm spray program 1954-57; 
					sprayer code 45. Nosed over in New Brunswick during the spruce budworm project 1955. Registration current [Aug20].
				43225	(MSN 75-8319) ex USAAF 42-109286. Registered as N90225; cancelled 24May65 on export to Costa Rica.
				43226	(MSN 75-8320) ex USAAF 42-109287.
				43227	(MSN 75-8321) ex USAAF 42-109288. Registered as N65691; current [Aug20].
				43228	(MSN 75-8322) ex USAAF 42-109289. Registered as N65950; cancelled 27Jan55 on export to Peru. Registered as OB-A-360.
				43229	(MSN 75-8323) ex USAAF 42-109290. Registered as N73833; expired 30Jun13, cancelled 17Nov14.
				43230	(MSN 75-8324) ex USAAF 42-109291. Registered as N9088H; cancelled 24May56 on export to Canada. Registered in 
					Honduras as HR-FU-61.
				43231	(MSN 75-8325) ex USAAF 42-109292. Registered as N1344M. Substantially damaged at Hamlin, ME 31Jul82. 
					The pilot departed a private airstrip with 150 gallons of water mixed with fungicide and insecticide. 
					After takeoff, he turned and began climbing over rising terrain. The terrain sloped upward from a river, 
					rising about 400 ft. The pilot reported that he failed to out-climb the terrain. The aircraft settled 
					in a potato field near the top of the ridge and overturned. Reportedly, the load was not jettisoned 
					before impact. The temperature and elevation were about 85 degrees and 650 ft, respectively. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43232	(MSN 75-8326) ex USAAF 42-109293.
				43233	(MSN 75-8327) ex USAAF 42-109294. Registered as N5523N; current [Aug20].
				43234	(MSN 75-8328) ex USAAF 42-109295. Registered as N3836K; cancelled 6Nov51.
				43235	(MSN 75-8329) ex USAAF 42-109296.
				43236	(MSN 75-8330) ex USAAF 42-109297. Registered 20Apr49 as N4547N; cancelled 7Aug51.
				43237	(MSN 75-8331) ex USAAF 42-109298. Registered as N3975B. Crashed during aerial application when the airplane 
					stalled as the pilot tightened the turn to avoid terrain pulling up at the end of a swathe run at 
					Erie, IL 31Jul79. Registration current [Aug20].
				43238	(MSN 75-8332) ex USAAF 42-109299. Registered 14Feb51 as N1936M to the Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, 
					Dobbins AFB, Marietta, GA; cancelled 14Jun60.
				43239	(MSN 75-8333) ex USAAF 42-109300. Registered as N77798; expired 31May20, pending cancellation [Aug20].
				43240	(MSN 75-8334) ex USAAF 42-109301. Registered as N52129; current [Aug20].
				43241	(MSN 75-8335) ex USAAF 42-109302.
				43242	(MSN 75-8336) ex USAAF 42-109303. Registered as N5500A; revoked 7May77, cancelled 23Aug12.
				43243	(MSN 75-8337) ex USAAF 42-109304. Registered as N52116; revoked 29May77, cancelled 18May18.
				43244	(MSN 75-8338) ex USAAF 42-109305.
				43245	(MSN 75-8339) ex USAAF 42-109306. Registered as N69758; current [Aug20].
				43246	(MSN 75-8340) ex USAAF 42-109307. Registered in Honduras as XH-FU-6. Reregistered Feb61 as HR-FU-6; cancelled.
				43247	(MSN 75-8341) ex USAAF 42-109308.
				43248	(MSN 75-8342) ex USAAF 42-109309.
				43249	(MSN 75-8343) ex USAAF 42-109310. Registered as N1522M; cancelled 19Oct17. Reregistered 3Apr18 as N1522M. 
					Registered 18Mar19 to Ropkey Armor Museum, Indianapolis, IN; current [Aug20].
				43250	(MSN 75-8344) ex USAAF 42-109311. Registered as N1215M; cancelled 18Oct59.
				43251	(MSN 75-8345) ex USAAF 42-109312. Registered as N3985B; cancelled 19Oct17. Reregistered 3Apr18 as N3985B; 
					cancelled 18Oct19. Registration as N3985B assigned 25Aug20; not yet registered [Aug20].
				43252	(MSN 75-8346) ex USAAF 42-109313. Registered as N262N. Crashed during aerial application when the airplane 
					struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at mettle Station, CA 25Jun66. 
					Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Registration cancelled 18Sep12.
				43253	(MSN 75-8347) ex USAAF 42-109314. Registered as N52520; current [Aug20].
				43254	(MSN 75-8348) ex USAAF 42-109315.
				43255	(MSN 75-8349) ex USAAF 42-109316. Registered as N65684. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1958; 
					sprayer code 213. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 30Apr13. Reregistered 18May17 as N65684; current [Aug20].
				43256	(MSN 75-8350) ex USAAF 42-109317. Registered 28Jul48 as NC1655M; cancelled 25May65.
				43257	(MSN 75-8351) ex USAAF 42-109318.
				43258	(MSN 75-8352) ex USAAF 42-109319. Registered as N5052V; cancelled 18Oct89. Registered 10Dec90 as CF-GWI; current [Aug20].
				43259	(MSN 75-8353) ex USAAF 42-109320. Registered as N65686. Reregistered 11Sep85 as N9RG. Reregistered 4Sep98 
					as N65686; current [Aug20]. Restoration in France.
				43260	(MSN 75-8354) ex USAAF 42-109321.
				43261	(MSN 75-8355) ex USAAF 42-109322. Registered 15Jun48 as NC9495H; cancelled 11Dec50.
				43262	(MSN 75-8356) Accepted by USAAF Aug43 as 42-109323. Transferred to US Navy Aug43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48. Air Material Command, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA. Reclaimed 23Mar49. 
					Reclaim complete 31Mar49. Registered as N1538M; revoked 22Feb77, cancelled 30Jun09.
					43263	(MSN 75-8357) ex USAAF 42-109324. Registered as N4925N; current [Aug20].
				43264	(MSN 75-8358) ex USAAF 42-109325.
				43265	(MSN 75-8359) ex USAAF 42-109326. Registered as N4545N; current [Aug20]. Based in UK.
				43266	(MSN 75-8360) ex USAAF 42-109327. Registered as LN-KAX; cancelled 27Jun94. Registered Jul94 as D-EKAX; 
					cancelled 13Sep00. Registered 18Sep00 as N60MV; current [Aug20]. Based in Germany.
				43267	(MSN 75-8361) ex USAAF 42-109328.
				43268	(MSN 75-8362) ex USAAF 42-109329. Registered as N7872B. Crashed during aerial application after the 
					airplane stalled pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Homestead, FL 12Mar65. Sale reported 14Jan77, 
					cancelled 22Oct12.
				43269	(MSN 75-8363) ex USAAF 42-109330.
				43270	(MSN 75-8364) ex USAAF 42-109331.
				43271	(MSN 75-8365) ex USAAF 42-109332.
				43272	(MSN 75-8366) ex USAAF 42-109333. Registered as N75678; revoked 9Apr77, cancelled 4Feb17.
				43273	(MSN 75-8367) ex USAAF 42-109334.
				43274	(MSN 75-8368) ex USAAF 42-109335. Registered as N1643M. Registered in Bahamas May49 as VP-BAF. 
					Registered 18Mar63 as N3939C. Modified as A75L300. Crashed during aerial application taking off 
					from the loading area at Gueydan, LA 9May64. Registration cancelled 15Mar71.
				43275	(MSN 75-8369) 	ex USAAF 42-109336. Registered as N4563N. Substantially damaged in a forced landing at 
					Sweetwater, TX 1Sep86. While the airplane was in cruise flight, the engine suddenly went to idle power. 
					The pilot attempted to land in a clearing, but was unable to reach the intended area. During the 
					landing, the airplane collided with low mesquite trees, damaging the landing gear and wings. 
					Examination of the throttle linkage revealed a cotter pin was missing which allowed the throttle 
					control to become disconnected. Registration current [Aug20].
				43276	(MSN 75-8370) ex USAAF 42-109337. Registered as N1338M; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Aug19.
				43277	(MSN 75-8371) ex USAAF 42-109338. Registered as N52140; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Apr18.
				43278	(MSN 75-8372) ex USAAF 42-109339. Registered as N68805. Crashed during aerial application when stalled 
					in the climb after taking off to spray cotton fields in high temperature from Traver, CA 3Aug68. 
					Registration cancelled 20Dec88.
				43279	(MSN 75-8373) ex USAAF 42-109340.
				43280	(MSN 75-8374) ex USAAF 42-109341.
				43281	(MSN 75-8375) ex USAAF 42-109342. Registered 2Dec47 as N67910; cancelled 17Mar52. 
					Registered 1961 as VP-KRR with MSN 75-8375. Registered 18Nov63 to Airspray (EA) Ltd., Nairobi, Kenya. 
					Reregistered Aug64 as 5Y-KRR. Imported to United Kingdom via Gatwick Aug67; noted stored at 
					Farnborough 1970. Registered 9Jul68 as G-AWLO with MSN 75-8375; cancelled 9Jan74. 
					Reregistered 23Nov78 as G-AWLO. Rebuilt by Doug Arnold at Blackbushe, England c.1980 using 
					parts from Stearman 75-5563 [42-17400]; MSN changed. G-AWLO registered with MSN 75-5563; current [Aug20].
				43282	(MSN 75-8376) ex USAAF 42-109343. Registered as N1510M; cancelled 9May52. Registered 1978 as N1943B. 
					Substantially damaged when stalled attempting to pick up an advertising banner at 
					Reno Stead Airport, NV 16Sep78. Registration current [Aug20].
				43283	(MSN 75-8377) ex USAAF 42-109344.
				43284	(MSN 75-8378) ex USAAF 42-109345.
				43285	(MSN 75-8379) ex USAAF 42-109346. Registered as N66490. Destroyed during aerial application when 
					ground looped, ran into a ditch and caught fire during takeoff from Ashburn Airport, GA 14Jun68. 
					Sale reported 17Mar94, cancelled 11Oct12.
				43286	(MSN 75-8380) ex USAAF 42-109347. Registered as N43286. Registered 15Aug92 as N122RR. 
					Registered as N43286. Substantially damaged in an accident at Rawlins Municipal Airport, WY 30May95. 
					The pilot reported that upon reaching 100 feet agl during takeoff he initiated a right turn for 
					noise abatement. The airspeed began to decrease and the aircraft stopped climbing. With rising 
					terrain ahead, the pilot initiated a left turn. Shortly thereafter the aircraft bounced on the 
					terrain in a three-point attitude and nosed over. The density altitude was approximately 8,050 feet. 
					Registration cancelled 22Nov19.
				43287	(MSN 75-8381) ex USAAF 42-109348. Registered 16Dec47 as N1346V; cancelled 22May50.
				43288	(MSN 75-8382) ex USAAF 42-109349. Registered as N4556N; cancelled 7Dec12.
				43289	(MSN 75-8383) ex USAAF 42-109350.
				43290	(MSN 75-8384) ex USAAF 42-109351.
				43291	(MSN 75-8385) ex USAAF 42-109352.
				43292	(MSN 75-8386) ex USAAF 42-109353. Registered as N1218N; cancelled 18Oct13. Noted derelict at 
					Meadows Field, Bakersfield, CA Aug90.
				43293	(MSN 75-8387) ex USAAF 42-109354. Registered as N42PT; current [Aug20].
				43294	(MSN 75-8388) ex USAAF 42-109355. Registered as N5813N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 7Feb20.
				43295	(MSN 75-8389) ex USAAF 42-109356.
				43296	(MSN 75-8390) ex USAAF 42-109357. Registered as N65692; cancelled.
				43297	(MSN 75-8391) ex USAAF 42-109358. Registered as N5540N; current [Aug20].
				43298	(MSN 75-8392) ex USAAF 42-109359. Registered 26May49 as N5591N; cancelled 18Oct55.
				43299	(MSN 75-8393) ex USAAF 42-109360. Registered as N75685; current [Aug20].
				43300	(MSN 75-8394) ex USAAF 42-109361.
				43301	(MSN 75-8395) ex USAAF 42-109362.
				43302	(MSN 75-8396) Accepted by USAAF Sep43 as 42-109363. Transferred to US Navy Sep43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1466. Air Material Command, Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA.
				43303	(MSN 75-8397) ex USAAF 42-109364.
				43304	(MSN 75-8398) ex USAAF 42-109365.
				43305	(MSN 75-8399) ex USAAF 42-109366. Registered Apr52 as SX-EAV to the Royal Aero Club of Greece, Tatoi. 
					Appeared in the movie “Yperifanoi Aetoi (Proud Eagles)” [1971]. Registration expired by 1976.
					Registered as N3840K. The airplane was substantially damaged during landing when it departed the 
					runway and nosed over at Fostoria Metropolitan Airport, OH 3Apr07. The pilot noted that the intended 
					destination was a planned fuel stop en route from Youngstown, OH to his final destination. 
					Entering the traffic pattern, it was apparent that the winds were stronger than forecast and, 
					during the landing, a gust of wind struck the plane. The airplane sustained substantial damage 
					when it impacted terrain during the base leg turn of a visual approach to land at the 
					Youngstown Elser Metro Airport (4G4), Youngstown, Ohio 14Apr08. The flight was a post maintenance 
					test flight. If the test flight was successful, the pilot planned to continue flying to the first 
					fuel stop at Ruhe's Airport (R47), Leipsic, Ohio. The maintenance test flight was required due 
					to extensive airframe and engine repairs. The pilot did two engine run-ups prior to takeoff, 
					and he noted that the engine was ‘missing’. During the first takeoff the engine 'missed' twice 
					and the takeoff was aborted. The pilot taxied back to the ramp and the maintenance manager told 
					him that the engine needed to warm up more before takeoff. He concurred and allowed the engine 
					more warm up time before the next takeoff. The pilot departed and flew a close-in traffic 
					pattern at an altitude of about 500 - 800 feet above ground level (agl) in case of an engine failure. 
					After a touch and go was performed, he made an aggressive pull-up prior to the crosswind turn, 
					and entered into a right downwind leg at 500 - 800 feet agl at 80 knots. When he was about 
					abeam the landing zone, he pulled the power to idle and started a turn to base in about a 
					30-degree angle of bank turn. About halfway through the turn, the pilot felt a strong gust/shear 
					from behind. He glanced at the airspeed indicator and saw the airspeed needle passing through 60 
					knots and it was trending down. He applied full throttle but the aircraft did not seem to respond. 
					The engine did not quit, but it did not feel like the engine responded instantaneously. 
					The airplane stalled, the nose pitched down, and impacted the ground about 1/4 mile from the end 
					of the runway. Registration current [Aug20].
				43306	(MSN 75-8400) ex USAAF 42-109367.
				43307	(MSN 75-8401) ex USAAF 42-109368.
				43308	(MSN 75-8402) ex USAAF 42-109369. Registered 12Feb51 as N1929M to the Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, 
					Dobbins AFB, Marietta, GA; cancelled 14Jun60.
				43309	(MSN 75-8403) ex USAAF 42-109370. Registered as N9311H; current [Aug20].
				43310	(MSN 75-8404) ex USAAF 42-109371.
				43311	(MSN 75-8405) ex USAAF 42-109372. Registered as XB-SEF. Registered as N75MW. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Paso Robles, CA 28Apr89. Registration current [Aug20]. Displayed at Eagles Mere 
					Air Museum, Merrit Field Airport, Eagles Mere, PA.
				43312	(MSN 75-8406) ex USAAF 42-109373.
				43313	(MSN 75-8407) ex USAAF 42-109374. Registered 30Apr48 as NC5536N; cancelled 7Sep51.
				43314	(MSN 75-8408) ex USAAF 42-109375. Registered as N52999; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 20Nov17.
				43315	(MSN 75-8409) ex USAAF 42-109376. Registered as N1220N; cancelled.
				43316	(MSN 75-8410) ex USAAF 42-109377. Registered as N1615M; expired 30Jun12, cancelled 30Jun17.
				43317	(MSN 75-8411) ex USAAF 42-109378. Registered 23Dec47 as N75249; cancelled 7Jun51.
				43318	(MSN 75-8412) ex USAAF 42-109379. Registered as N1505M; current [Aug20].
				43319	(MSN 75-8413) ex USAAF 42-109380. Registered as N43320. Substantially damaged in a collision during 
					landing at a fly-in at Deland, FL 23Sep93. The airstrip owner had advised the pilot to use a right 
					traffic pattern for landing due to the number of aircraft involved in a fly-in. As the Stearman pilot 
					was in a right pattern to land, a Cessna 150 (N2660J), which was arriving from another airport, was 
					in a left pattern for landing on the same runway. Subsequently, the two aircraft converged on final 
					approach and collided. Both aircraft touched down hard and sustained substantial damage; the occupants 
					of both aircraft received minor injuries. Both pilots were monitoring the same radio frequency of a 
					nearby airport, but neither pilot transmitted intentions for landing. Investigation revealed that 
					just before the collision, the Cessna 150 was below the Stearman as they converged. According to the 
					airman's information manual, all turns in the traffic pattern should have been made to the left, 
					while approaching to land, unless a traffic pattern indicator indicated otherwise. Neither a traffic 
					pattern indicator nor a Unicom radio were installed at the airstrip. Used in the Jimmy Buffet 
					music video, Trip Around the Sun, 2004. Registration current [Aug20].
				43320	(MSN 75-8414) ex USAAF 42-109381. Registered as N68809. Substantially damaged when ground looped and 
					nosed over landing at San Luis Obispo, CA 30Jun91. The pilot had made one landing and takeoff from 
					the runway. When on the downwind leg the surface winds shifted to a quartering tailwind. The local 
					controller did not advise the pilot of the wind change and cleared the flight to land. Upon touch 
					down the airplane ground looped and nosed over. The pilot improperly used the flight controls and 
					brakes to arrest the ground loop. Registration current [Aug20].
				43321	(MSN 75-8415) ex USAAF 42-109382. Registered 2May50 as N52126. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application when the airplane struck a 15 ft pine tree taking off at Immokalee, FL 17Nov69. 
					Registration cancelled 18Aug71.
				43322	(MSN 75-8416) ex USAAF 42-109383. Registered as N4893N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled.
				43323	(MSN 75-8417) ex USAAF 42-109384. 
				43324	(MSN 75-8418) ex USAAF 42-109385. 
				43325	(MSN 75-8419) ex USAAF 42-109386. 
				43326	(MSN 75-8420) ex USAAF 42-109387
				43327	(MSN 75-8421) ex USAAF 42-109388. Registered as N9084H. Noted dismantled in external storage at Epps, LA Oct81. 
					Registration cancelled 7Mar18.
				43328	(MSN 75-8422) ex USAAF 42-109389. 
				43329	(MSN 75-8423) ex USAAF 42-109390. Registered as N65954; cancelled 24Oct13.
				43330	(MSN 75-8424) ex USAAF 42-109391. 
				43331	(MSN 75-8425) ex USAAF 42-109392. 
				43332	(MSN 75-8426) ex USAAF 42-109393. Registered 14May48 as NC5535N. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 7Sep51.
				43333	(MSN 75-8427) ex USAAF 42-109394. Registered as N4936C. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane struck a radio antenna pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Sunflower, MS 26Jun65 
					and caught fire. Damaged during aerial application when the engine oil sump screen collapsed, preventing 
					oil pressure to the propeller which went into high pitch during a swathe run. The airplane force 
					landed in a rice crop and nosed over at Crosby, TX 17May71. Registration current [Aug20].
				43334	(MSN 75-8428) ex USAAF 42-109395. Registered as N17213; current [Aug20].
				43335	(MSN 75-8429) ex USAAF 42-109396. Registered as N3839K; current [Aug20].
				43336	(MSN 75-8430) ex USAAF 42-109397. Registered as N5537N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Nov17.
				43337	(MSN 75-8431) ex USAAF 42-109398. Registered as N1400V; cancelled 30Jul13.
				43338	(MSN 75-8432) ex USAAF 42-109399. 
				43339	(MSN 75-8433) ex USAAF 42-109400. Registered as N75638; current [Aug20].
				43340	(MSN 75-8434) ex USAAF 42-109401. Registered as N5730N; cancelled 15Nov72.
				43341	(MSN 75-8435) Accepted by USAAF Sep43 as 42-109402. Transferred to US Navy 6Sep43. NAS Ottumwa, IA 6Sep43. 
					NAAS Cabaniss Field, Corpus Christi, TX Sep45 until Apr46. NAAS Rodd Field, Corpus Christi, TX Jun46. 
					NAS Pensacola, FL May47. NAS Glynco, Brunswick, GA for storage. SOC 31Jan48. War Assets Administration 1948. 
					Registered as N4561N. Farm Air Service Inc, Nome, TX. Damaged during aerial application dusting rice 
					when the airplane collided with Stearman N1682M (BuAer 38168) landing at the loading area at 
					Nome, TX 24Apr67. Restoration 1990. EAA Oshkosh Lindbergh Trophy 1990. Substantially damaged when 
					ground looped and nosed over landing in a crosswind at Horseshoe Bend, AR 30May91. Shipped to Malmö, 
					Sweden 2012; flown to Copenhagen, Denmark May13. Ferried via Bremen and Aachen, Germany to Soissons, 
					France 2013. Registration current [Aug20]. Based at Soissons - Courmelles Airport, France.
				43342	(MSN 75-8436) ex USAAF 42-109403. Registered as N4483N; cancelled 14Sep50.
				43343	(MSN 75-8437) ex USAAF 42-109404. 
				43344	(MSN 75-8438) ex USAAF 42-109405. Registered as N65955. Registered as N727A; current [Aug20].
				43345	(MSN 75-8439) ex USAAF 42-109406. Registered as N3946B; cancelled 14Oct59 on export to Mexico.
				43346	(MSN 75-8440) ex USAAF 42-109407. 
				43347	(MSN 75-8441) ex USAAF 42-109408. Registered as N1626M. Registered 1954 to 
					Delta Air Lines, Inc - Dusting Division, Monroe, LA; sprayer code 105. Registration current [Aug20].
				43348	(MSN 75-8442) ex USAAF 42-109409. 
				43349	(MSN 75-8443) ex USAAF 42-109410. Registered as N66483; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 25Sep13.
				43350	(MSN 75-8444) ex USAAF 42-109411. 
				43351	(MSN 75-8445) ex USAAF 42-109412. Registered as N1343M. Registered 1982 as C-GUEL; cancelled 9Aug88. 
					Registered 10Aug88 as N1343M.  Substantially damaged after fuel exhaustion when side slipped trying to 
					miss power lines in a forced landing at McKinney, TX 8Nov80. Damaged when nosed over in a forced 
					landing at Homer, GA 3Oct99. The pilot and passenger were en route to York, South Carolina, 
					from Gainesville, Georgia. This was to be the last leg of a flight that originated at Jennings, 
					Louisiana. After leveling off at 2500 feet, the pilot noted that the oil pressure was decreasing 
					and the temperature was increasing. The oil pressure then began to bounce between 0 and 25 psi, 
					and the oil temperature had climbed above 100 degrees Celsius. He attempted to fly to the nearest 
					airport and determined that most of the land between the aircraft and the airport was heavily wooded, 
					but was able to locate a field to land in. Both the pilot and the passenger stated that the aircraft 
					was traveling very slowly when it flipped over and became inverted. The pilot and the passenger 
					climbed out of the aircraft without injuries. Registration current [Aug20].
				43352	(MSN 75-8446) ex USAAF 42-109413. 
				43353	(MSN 75-8447) ex USAAF 42-109414. 
				43354	(MSN 75-8448) ex USAAF 42-109415. 
				43355	(MSN 75-8449) ex USAAF 42-109416. Registered 30Apr48 as NC4562N; cancelled 2Oct51.
				43356	(MSN 75-8450) ex USAAF 42-109417. Registered as N5476N. Substantially damaged when struck power lines 
					taking off from Senator Clarke Field, Gallup, NM 10Sep74. The pilot was not familiar with operations 
					with a heavy load and high density altitude. Registration cancelled 6Dec00. 
				43357	(MSN 75-8451) ex USAAF 42-109418. 
				43358	(MSN 75-8452) ex USAAF 42-109419. Registered 22Mar50 as N3984B; cancelled 8Nov51.
				43359	(MSN 75-8453) ex USAAF 42-109420. Registered as N5200N. Substantially damaged after fuel exhaustion 
					during aerial application when the airplane force landed during a swathe run over a cotton field 
					and nosed over at McDade, LA 16Sep72. Registration current [Aug20].
				43360	(MSN 75-8454) ex USAAF 42-109421. 
				43361	(MSN 75-8455) ex USAAF 42-109422. Registered 23Dec47 as N4916N; cancelled 15Nov55
				43362	(MSN 75-8456) ex USAAF 42-109423. Registered as N5811N. Modified as A75L300. Registration revoked 14Jan77, 
					cancelled 21Feb13.
				43363	(MSN 75-8457) ex USAAF 42-109424. Registered as N4558N. Substantially damaged after fuel starvation 
					during aerial application when the airplane force landed in a rice crop and the landing gear 
					collapsed at Bay City, TX 18Apr67. The airplane was damaged while maneuvering to avoid power lines 
					on takeoff from the Herschel Hunter Airport, Marissa, IL 8Jun01. The propeller had been changed 
					just prior to the flight. The pilot said that the airplane was not performing as expected and 
					he didn't think he could clear the power lines. He was attempting to land in a field on the left 
					side of the 2,100 foot long grass runway when the wing tip contacted the ground and the 
					airplane flipped over onto its back. The pilot stated that the engine was operating as 
					expected and the static RPM seemed okay; airplane performance was better prior to the propeller change. 
					The pilot reported that during a local flight in the aerobatic biplane, he performed an 
					aerobatic flight maneuver about 2,000 feet above ground level at St. James, MO 17Jul16. 
					He performed a left wing over, the airplane entered an unintentional spin and he recovered f
					rom the spin too low to the ground. The airplane impacted trees and came to rest upright, 
					but sustained substantial damage to both wings, fuselage and empennage. Registration current [Aug20].
				43364	(MSN 75-8458) ex USAAF 42-109425. Registered as N73628; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Nov17.
				43365	(MSN 75-8459) ex USAAF 42-109426. Registered as N75680; cancelled 20Oct17. Reregistered 2Apr18 as N75680; 
					cancelled 18Oct19. Registration N75680 assigned 25Aug20.
				43366	(MSN 75-8460) ex USAAF 42-109427. 
				43367	(MSN 75-8461) ex USAAF 42-109428. Registered as N66485; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 7Mar13.
				43368	(MSN 75-8462) ex USAAF 42-109429. 
				43369	(MSN 75-8463) ex USAAF 42-109430. Registered 13Sep49 as N1208M to Delta Air Lines, Inc - Dusting Division, 
					Monroe, LA. Rosie O’Gradys Warehouse, Pensacola, FL 1970. Registered as N711RS. Operated as Rosie O’Gradys 
					Flying Circus. Substantially damaged during aerial advertising when the airplane ground looped and struck 
					trees during takeoff from Ferguson Airport, Pensacola, FL 14Apr70. Damaged in a collision during taxy 
					with a Cessna 152, N46271, waiting to take off from Orlando Executive Airport, FL 22Aug84. Registration current [Aug20].
				43370	(MSN 75-8464) ex USAAF 42-109431. Registered as N1384V; cancelled 6Aug13.
				43371	(MSN 75-8465) ex USAAF 42-109432. Registered as N1260V; cancelled. Registration N1260Q assigned 16Jan92; 
					not taken up, cancelled 25May11.
				43372	(MSN 75-8466) ex USAAF 42-109433. 
				43373	(MSN 75-8467) ex USAAF 42-109434. Registered as N66479; cancelled 18Apr55 on export to Guatemala. 
					Registered in Guatemala as TG-CAZ-F. Accident 4Aug64.
				43374	(MSN 75-8468) ex USAAF 42-109435. 
				43375	(MSN 75-8469) ex USAAF 42-109436. Registered as N65688. Substantially damaged landing on a private airstrip 
					at Lake Odessa, MI 2Jun85. Upon landing the aircraft veered to the right. Power and left rudder were applied, 
					however, the aircraft continued to the right. Power was reduced but the aircraft continued to the right. 
					The aircraft nosed over after coming in contact with a soft, plowed field. Registration current [Aug20].
				43376	(MSN 75-8470) Accepted by USAAF Sep43 as 42-109437. Transferred to US Navy Sep43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1467. 
				43377	(MSN 75-8471) ex USAAF 42-109438. 
				43378	(MSN 75-8472) ex USAAF 42-109439. Registered as N9383H. Substantially damaged during a ferry flight 
					when the airplane nosed over landing at Carlisle, AR 1Jul69. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application when the engine failed pulling up at the end of a swathe run and force landed in a corn 
					field at Ingalls, KS 3Aug73. Registration current [Aug20].
				43379	(MSN 75-8473) ex USAAF 42-109440. 
				43380	(MSN 75-8474) ex USAAF 42-109441. 
				43381	(MSN 75-8475) ex USAAF 42-109442. Registered as N4493N; revoked 9Apr77, cancelled 19Jul12.
				43382	(MSN 75-8476) ex USAAF 42-109443. 
				43383	(MSN 75-8477) ex USAAF 42-109444. Registered as N4828N. Modified as Super Stearman IB75A. Cancelled 25May65.
				43384	(MSN 75-8478) ex USAAF 42-109445. 
				43385	(MSN 75-8479) ex USAAF 42-109446. 
				43386	(MSN 75-8480) ex USAAF 42-109447. Accepted by USAAF Sep43 as 42-109447. Transferred to US Navy Sep43. 
					War Assets Administration. Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1468. 
				43387	(MSN 75-8481) ex USAAF 42-109448. 
				43388	(MSN 75-8482) ex USAAF 42-109449. 
				43389	(MSN 75-8483) ex USAAF 42-109450. Registered in Guatemala as TG-CED-25; cancelled.
				43390	(MSN 75-8484) ex USAAF 42-109451. Registered as N1325M; cancelled 12Aug19. Noted as frame only stored at 
					Priory Farm, Tibenham, England Aug14.
				43391	(MSN 75-8485) ex USAAF 42-109452. Registered as N97967; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 18Sep09.
				43392	(MSN 75-8486)	ex USAAF 42-109453. Registered as N9487H. Mid Continent Aerial Sprayers Inc., Hayti, MO. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1958; sprayer code 434. 
					Registration cancelled 23May13.
				43393	(MSN 75-8487) ex USAAF 42-109454. 
				43394	(MSN 75-8488) ex USAAF 42-109455. Registered as N5944V; cancelled 6Oct55 on export to El Salvador.
				43395	(MSN 75-8489) ex USAAF 42-109456. 
				43396	(MSN 75-8490) ex USAAF 42-109457. Registered as N1347V. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when force landed in a rice crop after fuel exhaustion pulling up at the end of a swathe run at 
					Palestine, AR 9Jun67. Registration current [Aug20].
				43397	(MSN 75-8491) ex USAAF 42-109458. 
				43398	(MSN 75-8492) ex USAAF 42-109459. Registered as N1211M. Registered to Delta Air Lines, Inc - Dusting Division, 
					Monroe, LA; sprayer code 94. Crashed during aerial application when the airplane struck power lines 
					pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Taylor, TX 13May66. Registration cancelled.
				43399	(MSN 75-8493) ex USAAF 42-109460. Registered as N52127; current [Aug20].
				43400	(MSN 75-8494) ex USAAF 42-109461. 
				43401	(MSN 75-8495) ex USAAF 42-109462. 
				43402	(MSN 75-8496) ex USAAF 42-109463. 
				43403	(MSN 75-8497) ex USAAF 42-109464. 
				43404	(MSN 75-8498) ex USAAF 42-109465. Registered as N1617M. Commemorative Air Force, Midland International Airport, 
					Midland, TX. Registered 29Aug18 to American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX; current [Aug20]. 
					Resident at Commemorative Air Force-Big Easy Wing, New Orleans Lakefront Airport, New Orleans, LA. 
				43405	(MSN 75-8499) ex USAAF 42-109466. Registered Apr52 as SX-EAZ to the Ministry of Social Welfare, Megara, Greece. 
					Reregistered Jul74 as SX-AGI. Thessaloniki Flying Club, Sedes AB, Greece. Cancelled 2013; sold in France.
				43406	(MSN 75-8500) ex USAAF 42-109467. Registered as N75244. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane struck a levee pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Reeves, LA 5May71. 
					The landing gear was torn off and damaged the propeller as the airplane was pulled up over trees and 
					crashed in a pasture beyond. Damaged when the airplane struck a small tree and rolled off the landing 
					strip at Spencer, VA 10Sep83. Registration current [Aug20].
				43407	(MSN 75-8501) ex USAAF 42-109468. 
				43408	(MSN 75-8502) ex USAAF 42-109469. Registered as N97924; cancelled 1Aug57 on export to Mexico.
				43409	(MSN 75-8503) ex USAAF 42-109470. Registered as N1420M. Crashed when stalled during a low pass near 
					Coral Gables, FL 12May74. The airplane was seen to bank sharply to the left before descending; 
					caught fire after impact. Registration current [Aug20].
				43410	(MSN 75-8504) ex USAAF 42-109471. Registered as N75691; cancelled 8May13.
				43411	(MSN 75-8505) ex USAAF 42-109472. Registered as N75667. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane ground looped and nosed over landing at Aubrey, AR 3Sep71. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application when the airplane ground looped, struck a ditch and the landing gear 
					collapsed landing at West Helena, AR 25Feb75. Registration cancelled 22Dec14.
				43412	(MSN 75-8506) ex USAAF 42-109473. 
				43413	(MSN 75-8507) ex USAAF 42-109474. Registered as N1621M; cancelled 24Nov64.
				43414	(MSN 75-8508) ex USAAF 42-109475. Registered 21Apr52 as N52128; cancelled 18Apr79.
				43415	(MSN 75-8509) ex USAAF 42-109476. Registered as N1631M; current [Aug20].
				43416	(MSN 75-8510) ex USAAF 42-109477. Registered as N1502M. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 14Jun17. 
				43417	(MSN 75-8511) ex USAAF 42-109478. Registered as N52131; current [Aug20].
				43418	(MSN 75-8512) ex USAAF 42-109479. Registered as N9078H; cancelled 4Apr18.
				43419	(MSN 75-8513) ex USAAF 42-109480. 
				43420	(MSN 75-8514) ex USAAF 42-109481. Registered as N9087H. Registered 20Oct52 as CF-EQW to 
					Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec. Operated for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
					budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-58; sprayer code 65. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application when the airplane developed a fuel leak and force landed on rough terrain five miles 
					east of Enniskillen, New Brunswick 26Aug60. The pilot was spraying herbicide out of Blissville 
					airstrip and had completed one run when the fuel gauge sight glass protruding from the bottom 
					of the fuel tank broke off. The fuel sprayed over the pilot, whose eyes were fortunately 
					protected by goggles. He considered that the aircraft might catch fire and cut off the throttles 
					and turned for an immediate forced landing. The aircraft came to rest upright in thick shrubs 
					scattered with boulders and tree stumps. The aircraft was substantially damaged but there was no fire. 
					Registration cancelled 1Mar67.
					Conflict:
					Registered Jun52 as SX-EAG to the Ministry of Social Welfare, Megara, Greece. Registration expired by 1976.
				43421	(MSN 75-8515) ex USAAF 42-109482. 
				43422	(MSN 75-8516) ex USAAF 42-109483. Registered as N66492; current [Aug20].
				43423	(MSN 75-8517) ex USAAF 42-109484. Accepted by USAAF Sep43 as 42-109484. Transferred to US Navy Sep43. 
					War Assets Administration. Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1469. 
				43424	(MSN 75-8518) ex USAAF 42-109485. Registered as N3983B; cancelled 13Feb18. Reregistered 2Apr18 as N3983B; 
					cancelled 18Oct19.
				43425	(MSN 75-8519) ex USAAF 42-109486. 
				43426	(MSN 75-8520) Accepted by USAAF Sep43 as 42-109487. Transferred to US Navy Sep43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1470. 
				43427	(MSN 75-8521) ex USAAF 42-109488. Registered as N5812N; cancelled 24Nov71. Registered as CF-UCC. 
					Glenair Aerial Spraying, Bright, Ontario. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
					budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966-68; sprayer code 42. Sandham Air Services. 
					During a landing roll the pilot lost directional control, the aircraft swung to the right 
					in a ground loop and was substantially damaged at Taxis airstrip, six miles west of Boiestown, 
					New Brunswick 27May66. Registration cancelled 24Oct91. Reregistered 3Nov95 as C-FUCC; current [Aug20].
				43428	(MSN 75-8522) ex USAAF 42-109489. Registered 11Feb48 as NC5684N; cancelled 26May49.
				43429	(MSN 75-8523) ex USAAF 42-109490. 
				43430	(MSN 75-8524) ex USAAF 42-109491. 
				43431	(MSN 75-8525) ex USAAF 42-109492. Registered as N53543; cancelled 18Dec12.
				43432	(MSN 75-8526) ex USAAF 42-109493. 
				43433	(MSN 75-8527) ex USAAF 42-109494. 
				43434	(MSN 75-8528) ex USAAF 42-109495. Registered as N9397H; cancelled 22Sep53.
				43435	(MSN 75-8529) ex USAAF 42-109496. Registered as N9080H. Modified as A75L300. Substantially damaged when the 
					airplane nosed over attempting to take off from an ocean beach at Wildwood Crest, NJ 26May71; surf 
					rolled in under the airplane. Noted c1970s with ‘Irish Air Force, Shamrock Café, Wildwood, NJ’ titles. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43436	(MSN 75-8530) ex USAAF 42-109497. Registered as N1330M. Converted to crop duster 1952. Converted back to 
					original configuration 1969. Registered 1985 as N785L. Damaged during a hard landing and subsequent 
					ground loop at Eugene, OR 26Mar86. Registered 12Feb87 as N43GK; current [Aug20]. Based at Lín?, Pilsen, 
					Czech Republic, 
				43437	(MSN 75-8531) ex USAAF 42-109498. 
				43438	(MSN 75-8532) ex USAAF 42-109499. Registered as N4231Y; cancelled 19Jan18.
				43439	(MSN 75-8533) ex USAAF 42-109500. Registered as N75651; cancelled 12Oct55.
				43440	(MSN 75-8534) ex USAAF 42-109501. Registered as N1707M; current [Aug20].
				43441	(MSN 75-8535) ex USAAF 42-109502. Registered as N9489H; sale reported 15Jan98, cancelled 11Feb13.
				43442	(MSN 75-8536) ex USAAF 42-109503. 
				43443	(MSN 75-8537) ex USAAF 42-109504. Registered Nov57 as SX-EBB to the Ministry of Social Welfare, Megara, Greece. 
					Registration expired by 1976. Initially restored as N626SR. Registered 2Apr84 as N622SR. Damaged when a 
					gust of wind caused the pilot to lose control and a wing tip dragged the runway landing at Chino, CA 17Jun89. 
					Damaged when the pilot lost control and ground looped landing at Chino, CA 23Jul90. Damaged when a gust 
					of wind caused the pilot to lose control landing at Chino, CA 12Mar94. Registration current [Aug20].
				43444	(MSN 75-8538) ex USAAF 42-109505. 
				43445	(MSN 75-8539) ex USAAF 42-109506. Registered as N75658. Substantially damaged during landing when the 
					airplane bounced in a hard landing then collided with trees at North Little Rock, AR 22Jun80. 
					Registration cancelled 8May13.
				43446	(MSN 75-8540) ex USAAF 42-109507. Registered as N75679; cancelled 31Oct52.
				43447	(MSN 75-8541) ex USAAF 42-109508. Registered as N75849; current [Aug20]. Substantially damaged when the 
					airplane collided with a ditch during landing roll and nosed down at Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, OH 10Jul83.
				43448	(MSN 75-8542) ex USAAF 42-109509. 
				43449	(MSN 75-8543) ex USAAF 42-109510. Registered as N5619N; cancelled 5Sep68 on export to Canada. 
					Registered as CF-XRD. Registered 29Dec71 as G-AZLE; current [Aug20].
				43450	(MSN 75-8544) ex USAAF 42-109511. Registered as N1348V; cancelled 18Nov57 on export to Ecuador.
				43451	(MSN 75-8545) ex USAAF 42-109512. Registered as N66557; current [Aug20]. Resident at Pratello Resort 
					near Pisa and Florence,  Tuscany, Italy. Currently with the Aero Vintage Academy, Aérodrome de Cerny-la Ferté-Alais, 
					France.
				43452	(MSN 75-8546) ex USAAF 42-109513. 
				43453	(MSN 75-8547) ex USAAF 42-109514. Registered as N9491H; current [Aug20].
				43454	(MSN 75-8548) ex USAAF 42-109515. Registered as N75674; expired, cancelled 9Jan18. Registered 3Apr18 as N75674; 
					current [Aug20].
				43455	(MSN 75-8549) ex USAAF 42-109516. Registered as N3982B; expired, cancelled 19Oct17. Registered as N3982B; 
					sale reported, cancelled 18Oct19. Registered 25Aug20 as N3982B; current [Aug20].
				43456	(MSN 75-8550) ex USAAF 42-109517. 
				43457	(MSN 75-8551) ex USAAF 42-109518. Registered in Guatemala as TG-DUK-F. Accident 18Sep63.
				43458	(MSN 75-8552) ex USAAF 42-109519. 
				43459	(MSN 75-8553) ex USAAF 42-109520. Registered as N52115; cancelled 6Aug54.
				43460	(MSN 75-8554) ex USAAF 42-109521. 
				43461	(MSN 75-8555) ex USAAF 42-109522. Registered 23Jan48 as NC1618M; cancelled 25Sep53.
				43462	(MSN 75-8556) ex USAAF 42-109523. Registered as N75665; current [Aug20].
				43463	(MSN 75-8557) ex USAAF 42-109524. Registered 23Dec47 as N75247; cancelled 28Jun49.
				43464	(MSN 75-8558) ex USAAF 42-109525. Registered as N1702M; current [Aug20].
				43465	(MSN 75-8559) ex USAAF 42-109526. Registered as N9623H; expired 31Mar13, cancelled 24Jan18.
				43466	(MSN 75-8560) ex USAAF 42-109527. Registered as N52124; revoked 30Apr77. Substantially damaged when 
					force landed after engine failure during takeoff from a private field at Salisbury, NC 5Jan89. 
					During takeoff from a touch-&-go, the engine sputtered, emitted black smoke from the exhaust 
					and had a partial power loss. The pilot reported that the aircraft was too far down the runway to abort, 
					so he continued the take off. Subsequently, the aircraft hit a utility pole near the departure 
					end of the runway and was landed in a field. Hard braking was use to avoid objects while landing 
					and the aircraft nosed over. Investigation revealed a mix of avgas and autogas was used. 
					The pilot said that he cleared the engine on base leg and that carburettor heat was off momentarily 
					when he applied power for a go-around. Registration cancelled 14Aug12.
				43467	(MSN 75-8561) ex USAAF 42-109528. Registered as N52117. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; 
					sprayer code 253. Registration cancelled 12Sep12.
				43468	(MSN 75-8562) ex USAAF 42-109529. Registered as N65878; expired 30Jun13, cancelled 25Jan18.
				43469	(MSN 75-8563) ex USAAF 42-109530. Registered as N1652M; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 15Dec18.
				43470	(MSN 75-8564) ex USAAF 42-109531. Registered as N9082H. Substantially damaged during aerial 
					application when the engine failed after takeoff from Fountain Airport, Moscow, ID 15Apr67; 
					the airplane nosed over in the subsequent forced landing on rough land off-airport. 
					Registration cancelled 19Jun08 on export to Austria. Registered 12Feb20 as N9082H; current [Aug20]. 
					Resident with 3G Classic Aviation in Austria; probably at their restoration & maintenance base, 
					Meidl Airport, Hungary, 60km south of Vienna near the Austrian/Hungarian border.
				43471	(MSN 75-8565) ex USAAF 42-109532. 
				43472	(MSN 75-8566) ex USAAF 42-109533. Registered as N1625M; cancelled 17Oct55.
				43473	(MSN 75-8567) ex USAAF 42-109534. Registered 19Aug48 as NC75656; cancelled 9Jun49.
				43474	(MSN 75-8568) ex USAAF 42-109535. 
				43475	(MSN 75-8569) ex USAAF 42-109536. 
				43476	(MSN 75-8570) ex USAAF 42-109537. 
				43477	(MSN 75-8571) ex USAAF 42-109538. Registered as N9481H; sale reported 1Apr78, cancelled 20Mar13.
				43478	(MSN 75-8572) ex USAAF 42-109539. Registered as N1513M; cancelled 13May15.
				43479	(MSN 75-8573) ex USAAF 42-109540. Registered as N9300H; cancelled 18Jun18. Registered 15Aug18 as N9300H; 
					current [Aug20].
				43480	(MSN 75-8574)	ex USAAF 42-109541. Registered as N68933. Substantially damaged when force landed 
					after engine failure and the landing gear collapsed near Tracy, CA during a ferry flight from Haley 
					to Manteca, CA 8May78. Registration cancelled 13Feb13.
				43481	(MSN 75-8575) ex USAAF 42-109542. Registered as N75688; cancelled 26May78.
				43482	(MSN 75-8576) ex USAAF 42-109543. 
				43483	(MSN 75-8577) ex USAAF 42-109544. Registered as N75642; cancelled 22Jun70.
				43484	(MSN 75-8578) Accepted by USAAF Sep43 as 42-109545. Transferred to US Navy Sep43. War Assets Administration.
					 Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1471. 
				43485	(MSN 75-8579) ex USAAF 42-109546. Registered as N75670. Registered 8Jan77 as N54RC; current [Aug20].
				43486	(MSN 75-8580) ex USAAF 42-109547. Registered as N75681; cancelled 15Nov51.
				43487	(MSN 75-8581) ex USAAF 42-109548. Registered as N129L; current [Aug20]. 
				43488	(MSN 75-8582) ex USAAF 42-109549. Registered as N1326M; cancelled 20Mar18.
				43489	(MSN 75-8583) ex USAAF 42-109550. 
				43490	(MSN 75-8584) ex USAAF 42-109551. Registered as N65695. Crashed during aerial application when the right 
					wing struck the ground starting a swathe run on a cotton field at Nitta Yuma, MS 23Jul70. 
					Registered 2Apr99 to the Heritage Flight Museum, WA; current [Aug20].
				43491	(MSN 75-8585) ex USAAF 42-109552. Registered as N1440M. Registered as N801DA.
					Restoration at Hosin, Czech Republic [May13]. Registration cancelled 24Mar16 on export to Italy. 
				43492	(MSN 75-8586) ex USAAF 42-109553. Registered as N9727H. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 31. Registration cancelled 23May13.
				43493	(MSN 75-8587) ex USAAF 42-109554. Registered 29Jan48 as NC1613M; cancelled 2Jun49.
				43494	(MSN 75-8588) ex USAAF 42-109555. Registered as N3837K; current [Aug20].
				43495	(MSN 75-8589) ex USAAF 42-109556. 
				43496	(MSN 75-8590) ex USAAF 42-109557. Registered as N1421M. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 24Nov64. 
					Registered as OB-LFV-417.
				43497	(MSN 75-8591) ex USAAF 42-109558. Registered as N97987. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					after engine failure when the airplane struck a levee taking off and force landed at Ganado, TX 11Aug66. 
					Crashed during aerial application when the airplane struck a power line flying under a TV tower guy 
					wires starting a swathe run at Lawson’s farm strip, Maxie, LA 24Apr71. Registration cancelled 7Jun71.
				43498	(MSN 75-8592) ex USAAF 42-109559. 
				43499	(MSN 75-8593) ex USAAF 42-109560. Registered as N1612M; current [Aug20].
				43500	(MSN 75-8594) ex USAAF 42-109561. Registered as N1627M; current [Aug20].
				43501	(MSN 75-8595) Accepted by USAAF 5Oct43 as 42-109562. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. Registered as N1704M; current [Aug20].
				43502	(MSN 75-8596) Accepted by USAAF Sep43 as 42-109563. Transferred to US Navy Sep43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1472. 
				43503	(MSN 75-8597) ex USAAF 42-109564. Registered as N75693; cancelled 4Oct10 on export to France.
				43504	(MSN 75-8598) ex USAAF 42-109565. Registered as N4740N. Russell Dusting Company, San Antonio, TX. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; 
					sprayer code 47. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1956-57; sprayer code 284. After the 1957 operations 
					had ended, eleven planes were returning to the U.S. from Charlo airstrip in the northern part of 
					New Brunswick when five planes were forced down near Penniac, just north of Fredericton, NB 5Jul57. 
					All the pilots escaped serious injury as heavy fog and fuel exhaustion were the main cause of the 
					accident. Two of the aircraft were extensively damaged. The squadron was headed to Fredericton 
					Municipal Airport to refuel but the airfield was fogged in. They were over Penniac when this plane 
					was forced down in a field, broke through a fence and nosed over, losing a wing tip. Two Stearmans 
					circled over the field until the pilot signaled that he was OK. They then ran out of fuel near 
					Charters Settlement; two other planes were forced down along the St. John River, but the rest 
					of the squadron returned to the Taxis airstrip, six miles west of Boiestown, New Brunswick. 
					Registration cancelled 5Jul59.
				43505	(MSN 75-8599) ex USAAF 42-109566. Registered as N1360V; cancelled 5Sep14.
				43506	(MSN 75-8600) ex USAAF 42-109567. Registered 9Apr48 as NC4557N; cancelled 2Oct51.
				43507	(MSN 75-8601) ex USAAF 42-109568. 
				43508	(MSN 75-8602) ex USAAF 42-109569. 
				43509	(MSN 75-8603) ex USAAF 42-109570. Registered as N770WM. Substantially damaged in a collision with the 
					end of a tractor-trailer truck while trying to return to the Oakland, California, airport following 
					a loss of power after takeoff 11Oct98. The Aerial Advertising Company was operating a banner tow flight. 
					The pilot had successfully completed three flights in the airplane on the day of the accident. 
					He refueled between the second and third flights, which were both banner tows. The third flight, 
					over the Oakland Coliseum, was only fifteen minutes in duration. The pilot returned to base, 
					shut the airplane down, and elected to remain in it while waiting for an aerial demonstration 
					team to complete two passes over the tow area. Once the area was clear the pilot restarted, 
					taxied to the runway intersection and completed a modified run-up. He normally checked controls, 
					instruments, fuel, trim, radios, and seat belts; then he would run the engine up to check the 
					magnetos, carburettor heat, and cycle the propeller. Since he had flown several flights with 
					no problems, he only did the magneto check. He set the engine at 1,500 rpm, and checked the magnetos; 
					they were smooth, operational, and within limits. The engine ran perfect during takeoff and the 
					pilot flew the routine approved pattern. He started a climb of 30 degrees with the power 
					set at approximately 30 inches of manifold pressure, mixture full rich, propeller full forward, 
					then back a little. At 400 feet, he initiated a right 270-degree turn and leveled off. During the level off, 
					power was reduced to 24 inches of manifold pressure. During the turn the pilot heard a pop and the 
					engine stopped producing power. He immediately lowered the nose and headed for the only open area 
					he could see, a concrete pad in a construction area. He pumped the throttle several times and 
					verified that the fuel was on. A road along the airport perimeter ran perpendicular to his flight path. 
					A tractor-trailer truck was moving from the pilot's left to right. The pilot thought the truck 
					would clear before his arrival, but the truck stopped in his path. The pilot was unable to maneuver 
					and the right wing struck the trailer. The airplane pivoted and the engine and propeller struck 
					the back corner of the trailer. The engine separated and the airplane came to rest on a fence. 
					Registration cancelled 8Jan18.
				43510	(MSN 75-8604) ex USAAF 42-109571. Registered as N1259V. Damaged when the right wing tip scraped the 
					runway landing at Denver, CO 5Apr92. The airplane was substantially damaged when it struck power 		
					lines and impacted terrain during a go-around at Aurora Air Park, Watkins, Colorado 9Sep01. 
					The pilot set up for a normal landing on the runway. Just after touching down, on the mains in a 
					tail low attitude, a strong gust of wind caused the Stearman to start to drift. The pilot 
					added full power to abort the landing. The airplane touched down several times on open land 
					as the pilot attempted to get airborne. Even with full power, the aircraft would not climb or 
					accelerate but stayed essentially in ground effect. The pilot then saw power poles and lines 
					and realized he would be unable to climb over them. He lowered the nose and attempted to fly 
					under the lines. The left wing was torn off when it struck a guy wire for a pole, and the 
					airplane came to a halt resting on its nose. Registration current [Aug20].
				43511	(MSN 75-8605) ex USAAF 42-109572. Registered as N4554N; cancelled 23Mar56.
				43512	(MSN 75-8606) ex USAAF 42-109573. Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109573. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. 
					War Assets Administration. Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1473. 
				43513	(MSN 75-8607) ex USAAF 42-109574. Registered as N67912. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Ripley, CA 31Aug68. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application after engine failure taking off and force landed 
					in a plowed field at Ripley, CA 25Sep72. Sale reported 8Nov80, registration cancelled 11Oct12.
				43514	(MSN 75-8608) ex USAAF 42-109575. Registered as N268HC. Crashed during aerial application when the engine 
					failed after takeoff from Abilene and struck a ditch during a forced landing on rough terrain at 
					Hope, KS 24Jun74. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 10Nov09. Registered 9Aug19 as N268HC; current [Aug20].
				43515	(MSN 75-8609) ex USAAF 42-109576. Registered 23Apr48 as NC4973N to Delta Air Lines, Inc - Dusting Division, 
					Monroe, LA; sprayer code 89. Registration current [Aug20].
				43516	(MSN 75-8610) ex USAAF 42-109577. Registered as N75689; current [Aug20].
				43517	(MSN 75-8611) ex USAAF 42-109578. Registered as N4325; cancelled 25Jan89. Registered 31Jan89 as G-NZSS; current [Aug20]. 
				43518	(MSN 75-8612) ex USAAF 42-109579. 
				43519	(MSN 75-8613) ex USAAF 42-109580. Registered as N63401; cancelled 3Feb60 on export to Mexico.
				43520	(MSN 75-8614) ex USAAF 42-109581. Registered as N65872. Crashed during aerial application when the airplane 
					struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run and caught fire at Greenwood, MS 29Aug72. 
					Reregistered as N42CT. Reregistered as N85289. Substantially damaged when ground looped during landing 
					and came to rest inverted at Deming Municipal Airport, NM 22May94. Reregistered as N42CT; current [Aug20].	
				43521	(MSN 75-8615) ex USAAF 42-109582. Registered as N75676. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					after engine failure pulling up at the end of a swathe run, force landed in a bean field and nosed over 
					at Wabash, AR 29Jul70. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17.
				43522	(MSN 75-8616) ex USAAF 42-109583. 
				43523	(MSN 75-8617) ex USAAF 42-109584. 
				43524	(MSN 75-8618) ex USAAF 42-109585. 
				43525	(MSN 75-8619) ex USAAF 42-109586. Registered as N5526N. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Lorenzo, TX 30Oct65. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43526	(MSN 75-8620) ex USAAF 42-109587. 
				43527	(MSN 75-8621) ex USAAF 42-109588. 
				43528	(MSN 75-8622) ex USAAF 42-109589. Registered as N75663; cancelled 8May13.
				43529	(MSN 75-8623) ex USAAF 42-109590. Registered as N1329M; current [Aug20].
				43530	(MSN 75-8624) ex USAAF 42-109591. Registered as N4968V. Substantially damaged when the airplane ground 
					looped and nosed over landing at Lee Bird Field, North Platte, NE 17Mar91. The pilot was attempting 
					to make a three point landing but lost visual reference on the roll out; directional control was then lost. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43531	(MSN 75-8625) ex USAAF 42-109592. 
				43532	(MSN 75-8626) ex USAAF 42-109593. 
				43533	(MSN 75-8627) ex USAAF 42-109594. Registered in Guatemala as TG-DUL-F. Accident 12Sep63.
				43534	(MSN 75-8628) ex USAAF 42-109595. 
				43535	(MSN 75-8629) ex USAAF 42-109596. 
				43536	(MSN 75-8630) ex USAAF 42-109597. Registered 3Jun48 as NC1703M; cancelled 1Jun49. 
				43537	(MSN 75-8631) ex USAAF 42-109598. Registered 20Apr50 as N66316 to the Tennessee A & I State University, 
					Nashville, TN; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 19Jul18.
				43538	(MSN 75-8632) ex USAAF 42-109599. Registered as N52122; current [Aug20].
				43539	(MSN 75-8633) ex USAAF 42-109600. Registered 4May48 as NC5814N; cancelled 30Sep49.
				43540	(MSN 75-8634) ex USAAF 42-109601. 
				43541	(MSN 75-8635) ex USAAF 42-109602. 
				43542	(MSN 75-8636) ex USAAF 42-109603. 
				43543	(MSN 75-8637) ex USAAF 42-109604. Registered as N1339M. Damaged when the pilot lost control and 
					ground looped, damaging the left wing and aileron, landing at Lincoln, NE 4Aug86. Registration current [Aug20].
				43544	(MSN 75-8638) ex USAAF 42-109605. Registered as N75655; cancelled 28Feb72.
				43545	(MSN 75-8639) ex USAAF 42-109606. Registered 23Dec47 as N75248; cancelled 14Dec51.
				43546	(MSN 75-8640) ex USAAF 42-109607. Registered as N75650. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the engine failed pulling up at the end of a swathe run and struck an earth bank during the forced 
					landing near Marvell, AR 9Sep67. Registration current [Aug20].
				43547	(MSN 75-8641) Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109608. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1474. 
				43548	(MSN 75-8642) ex USAAF 42-109609. Registered as N4482N; cancelled 5Jan51 on export to Mexico.
				43549	(MSN 75-8643) ex USAAF 42-109610. 
				43550	(MSN 75-8644) ex USAAF 42-109611. Registered as N1261V; revoked 14Jan77. 
				43551	(MSN 75-8645) Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109612. Transferred to US Navy Oct43 as BuAer 43551. 
					War Assets Administration. Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1475.  
				43552	(MSN 75-8646) Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109613. Transferred to US Navy Oct43 as BuAer 43552. 
					War Assets Administration. Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1476.  
				43553	(MSN 75-8647) ex USAAF 42-109614. Registered as N5525N; current [Aug20].
				43554	(MSN 75-8648) ex USAAF 42-109615. Registered as N178Z to US Agriculture Department – Forest Services. 
					Registered 2Feb91 as N122C; current [Aug20].
				43555	(MSN 75-8649) ex USAAF 42-109616. Registered as N53546. Substantially damaged when ground looped, 
					nosed over and came to rest inverted landing at Penridge, PA 17Jul14. According to the pilot, 
					this was the fifth landing in the tail wheel equipped airplane that morning, with the other four 
					landings being at a nearby airport. During the approach with a right quartering headwind, 
					he maintained a normal approach speed and landed the airplane utilizing a 3-point landing technique. 
					During the landing rollout, the airplane began to drift to the right and he applied left rudder to 
					correct. As the airplane approached the edge of the paved surface he applied brake pressure. 
					Subsequently, the airplane nosed over and came to rest inverted which resulted in substantial 
					damage to the rudder. Registration current [Aug20].
				43556	(MSN 75-8650) ex USAAF 42-109617. Registered as N1710M; cancelled 2Jun76.
				43557	(MSN 75-8651) ex USAAF 42-109618. Registered as N1369V; cancelled 30Nov56 on export to Mexico. 
					Registered in Guatemala as TG-DAX; cancelled.
				43558	(MSN 75-8652) ex USAAF 42-109619. Registered as N1504M; cancelled 7Feb52.
				43559	(MSN 75-8653) ex USAAF 42-109620. 
				43560	(MSN 75-8654) ex USAAF 42-109621. 
				43561	(MSN 75-8655) ex USAAF 42-109622. 
				43562	(MSN 75-8656) ex USAAF 42-109623. Registered as N9067H; cancelled 21Feb51 on export to Mexico.
				43563	(MSN 75-8657) ex USAAF 42-109624. 
				43564	(MSN 75-8658) ex USAAF 42-109625. 
				43565	(MSN 75-8659) ex USAAF 42-109626. Registered 19Jan48 as NC75250; cancelled 24Oct55.
				43566	(MSN 75-8660) ex USAAF 42-109627. 
				43567	(MSN 75-8661) ex USAAF 42-109628. 
				43568	(MSN 75-8662) ex USAAF 42-109629. Registered as N66491; current [Aug20].
				43569	(MSN 75-8663) ex USAAF 42-109630. Registered as N4560N; revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 24Jul12.
				43570	(MSN 75-8664) ex USAAF 42-109631. Registered as N1366V; cancelled 11Apr13.
				43571	(MSN 75-8665) ex USAAF 42-109632. Registered as N75271. Registered 25Jul72 in El Salvador as YS-311A. 
					Registered 6Sep91 as N450TG. Reregistered 20Apr15 as N450WL. Reregistered 24Jul19 as N450DJ; current [Aug20].
				43572	(MSN 75-8666) Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109633. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1477. 
				43573	(MSN 75-8667) ex USAAF 42-109634. Registered as N1383V. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane failed to obtain flying speed and stalled taking off from a hay field at Marianna, AR 2Apr67. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application when the engine failed pulling up after a low pass to 
					show the field to be treated to another pilot and struck trees during the forced landing at St. Charles, AR 26Aug72. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43574	(MSN 75-8668) ex USAAF 42-109635. Registered as N65690. Crashed during aerial application when the airplane 
					struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run and caught fire at Greensboro, AL 30Jun64. 
					Registration cancelled 19Oct64.
				43575	(MSN 75-8669) ex USAAF 42-109636. Registered as N1332M. Substantially damaged by a hard landing during 
					aerial application at Jennings, LA 18Jun68. The pilot stretched the glide to land to avoid cows in the 
					pasture being used as a loading strip, the airplane stalled and the landing gear collapsed. 
					Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 5Aug19.
				43576	(MSN 75-8670)	ex USAAF 42-109637. Registered as N1700M; cancelled 28Dec67 on export to Guadeloupe. 
					Registered in Jamaica as 6Y-JFE; cancelled Oct72. Registered as N44JP. 
					World War II Military Trainer/Liaison Aircraft Champion - Bronze Lindy award at EAA AirVenture, 
					Oshkosh, WI 2019. Registration current [Aug20].
				43577	(MSN 75-8671) ex USAAF 42-109638. -
				43578	(MSN 75-8672) ex USAAF 42-109639. Registered as N1364V; cancelled 14Jul17.
				43579	(MSN 75-8673) ex USAAF 42-109640. Registered in Honduras as XH-FU-2. Reregistered Feb61 as HR-FU-2; cancelled
				43580	(MSN 75-8674) Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109641. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1478. 
				43581	(MSN 75-8675)	Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109642. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1479. 
				43582	(MSN 75-8676) ex USAAF 42-109643. 
				43583	(MSN 75-8677) ex USAAF 42-109644. 
				43584	(MSN 75-8678) ex USAAF 42-109645. 
				43585	(MSN 75-8679) ex USAAF 42-109646. 
				43586	(MSN 75-8680) ex USAAF 42-109647. Registered as N65876; cancelled 22Mar82.
				43587	(MSN 75-8681) ex USAAF 42-109648. 
				43588	(MSN 75-8682) ex USAAF 42-109649. Registered as N1715B. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Magnolia Springs, FL 17Sep71. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43589	(MSN 75-8683) Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109650. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1480. 
				43590	(MSN 75-8684) ex USAAF 42-109651. Registered as N1331M; cancelled 2Nov90. 
				43591	(MSN 75-8685) ex USAAF 42-109652. 
				43592	(MSN 75-8686) ex USAAF 42-109653. Registered as N65874; current [Aug20].
				43593	(MSN 75-8687) ex USAAF 42-109654. Registered as CC-PZU. Reregistered as CC-LGO to 
					Club Aéreo de Valparaiso y Viña del Mar. Registration cancelled Oct17.
				43594	(MSN 75-8688) ex USAAF 42-109655. Registered as N1520M. Modified as A75L300. Registration cancelled 7Jan57 
					on export to Canada. Registered 27Feb53 as CF-DZT. Bradley Air Services Ltd., Carp, Ontario. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 79. 
					During a spruce budworm spray calibration flight, the aircraft stalled while on approach to land and 
					substantially damaged at Charlo airstrip, near Dalhousie, New Brunswick 18Jun53. Registration cancelled 27May54. 
				43595	(MSN 75-8689) ex USAAF 42-109656. 
				43596	(MSN 75-8690) ex USAAF 42-109657. 
				43597	(MSN 75-8691) ex USAAF 42-109658. 
				43598	(MSN 75-8692) ex USAAF 42-109659. 
				43599	(MSN 75-8693) ex USAAF 42-109660. Registered as N1528M. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 87. Registration cancelled 26Nov97.
				43600	(MSN 75-8694) ex USAAF 42-109661. 
				43601	(MSN 75-8695) ex USAAF 42-109662. Registered as N1529M; cancelled 24Nov64.
				43602	(MSN 75-8696) ex USAAF 42-109663. US Navy; code 107. Fitted with a winter canopy developed for the RCAF. 
				43603	(MSN 75-8697) ex USAAF 42-109664. Registered as N4550N. Registered 9Nov88 as N43TH; current [Aug20]
				43604	(MSN 75-8698) ex USAAF 42-109665. Registered as N9641H. Registered 17Mar82 as N813LG; cancelled 4Feb13 
					on export to Israel. Registered as 4X-AAJ.
				43605	(MSN 75-8699) ex USAAF 42-109666. Registered as N9081H. Registered 20Oct52 as CF-EQX to
					Wheeler Airlines Ltd., St. Jovite, Quebec; sprayer code 66. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Ulster Airport, Kingston, NY 6Dec52. Operated for the Canadian Forest Protection Limited 
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-58; sprayer code 66. Crashed when the airplane failed 
					to maintain flying speed and stalled at the end of a spraying operation on return to 
					Aéroport de Chicoutimi/Saint-Honoré, Quebec 28Jul60 (pilot killed). On approach, witnesses observed 
					that the aircraft entered a steep right bank which progressed past the vertical and continued to an 
					inverted position. The aircraft then appeared to tumble in a steep diving or side slipping atitude, 
					losing altitude rapidly. The airplane slid for 118 feet from the point of impact and was destroyed. 
					Registration cancelled 21Sep60. 
				43606	(MSN 75-8700) ex USAAF 42-109667. Registered as N75684; cancelled 24Oct50.
				43607	(MSN 75-8701) ex USAAF 42-109668. Registered as N5685N. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the pilot was blinded by sun glare, the airplane struck the crop during a swathe run, crashed and 
					nosed over at Craigmont, ID 25Jul64. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the airplane 
					failed to maintain flying speed taking off uphill at Deary, ID 27Nov68. Substantially damaged during 
					aerial application when 12 inches of a propeller blade separated as the airplane pulled up at the end 
					of a swathe run and the landing gear collapsed during the forced landing at Craigmont, ID 26Apr69. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application when the airplane ground looped and nosed over taking 
					off downwind from a wet, soft field strip near Southwick, ID 8Apr70. Registration cancelled 9May08 on 
					export to Canada. Registered 30May08 as C-FRGO; current [Aug20].
				43608	(MSN 75-8702) ex USAAF 42-109669. 
				43609	(MSN 75-8703) ex USAAF 42-109670. 
				43610	(MSN 75-8704) ex USAAF 42-109671. Registered as N1363V. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane ground looped caused by dirty brakes during takeoff at Brownfield, TX 9Jun64. 
					Substantially damaged when the airplane nosed over landing at Jones Field, Bonham, TX 12Jan65. Operated 
					for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 82. 
					Registration cancelled 7Aug13. Registered 30Dec13 as N1363V; current [Aug20].
				43611	(MSN 75-8705) ex USAAF 42-109672. Registered as N3978B; current [Aug20].
				43612	(MSN 75-8706) ex USAAF 42-109673. 
				43613	(MSN 75-8707) ex USAAF 42-109674. Registered as N1614E; cancelled 21Aug80.
				43614	(MSN 75-8708) ex USAAF 42-109675. Registered as N9309H; cancelled.
				43615	(MSN 75-8709) ex USAAF 42-109676. Registered as N3976B; current [Aug20].
				43616	(MSN 75-8710) ex USAAF 42-109677. Registered as N75668. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when stalled during takeoff at Girard, TX 9Sep65. Substantially damaged during practice for 
					aerial application when the airplane struck trees during takeoff at West Helena, AR 20Mar72. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43617	(MSN 75-8711) ex USAAF 42-109678. Registered as N75643; cancelled 20Sep60 on export to Honduras. 
					Registered in Guatemala as TG-DOY-F. Accident 21Oct63.
				43618	(MSN 75-8712) ex USAAF 42-109679. 
				43619	(MSN 75-8713) ex USAAF 42-109680. 
				43620	(MSN 75-8714) Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109681. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1481. 
				43621	(MSN 75-8715) ex USAAF 42-109682. Registered as N75657; cancelled 20Feb18. Registered 3Apr18 as N75657; 
					cancelled 18Oct19. Registration N75657 assigned 25Aug20; current [Aug20]
				43622	(MSN 75-8716) ex USAAF 42-109683. Registered as N9308H. On a flight from Crystal River, FL, the airplane 
					was substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Kissimmee, FL 20Feb77. Registration cancelled 8Jul13.
				43623	(MSN 75-8717) ex USAAF 42-109684. Registered as N75648. Registered as HK-3242P to Museo Aéreo Fénix, Cali, 
					Colombia. Airworthy, Resident at Museo Aéreo Fénix, Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport, Valle del Cauca.
				43624	(MSN 75-8718) Accepted by USAAF Oct43 as 42-109685. Transferred to US Navy Oct43. War Assets Administration. 
					Transferred to USAF 1Oct48 as 49-1482.  
				43625	(MSN 75-8719) ex USAAF 42-109686. Registered as N1701M; cancelled 4May19.
				43626	(MSN 75-8720) ex USAAF 42-109687. Registered as N66487; cancelled 6Jan55 on export to Spain. 
					Registered 4Apr55 as EC-AJN, Accident 15May69. Registration cancelled 9Jun69.
				43627	(MSN 75-8721) ex USAAF 42-109688. Registered as N4933N; cancelled 13Nov53.
				43628	(MSN 75-8722) ex USAAF 42-109689. 
				43629	(MSN 75-8723) ex USAAF 42-109690. Registered as N3724C. Crashed during aerial application when the airplane 
					struck power lines pulling up at the end of a swathe run at Henry County, AL 7May64. Sale reported 14Jan77, 
					cancelled 20Sep12.
				43630	(MSN 75-8724) ex USAAF 42-109691. Registered as N75647. The airplane was substantially damaged when it 
					collided with trees during a forced landing near Atwater, Ohio 18Jul00. The pilot took off from his 
					private airstrip located at Atwater on a pleasure flight. After a short time at level flight cruise RPM, 
					just south of Rootstown, he felt vibration from the engine, made a left turn back towards the departure 
					airport. Vibration became worse with loss of RPM. He told his passenger, the pilot's son, that he would 
					land at Gay's airport that was ahead and to the left. At this time the engine froze, stopping the propeller. 
					The pilot set up to land in a corn field straight ahead with a line of trees on the approach end. 
					The aircraft hit the trees and stopped nose down. The nose of the airplane was pointed into the ground 
					with the tail partially hung in the trees; all four wings were damaged. Teardown of the engine was 
					difficult due to the massive internal failure of the engine. On further investigation of the engine 
					it was determined that the crankshaft had a complete break in the first throw of the shaft. It was 
					noted that prior to the accident the metal propeller had been replaced with a wood propeller; this 
					was the first flight after the metal propeller was removed and the wood propeller was installed. 
					Registration current [Aug20].
				43631	(MSN 75-8725) ex USAAF 42-109692. Registered as N4552N; cancelled 23Mar56.
				43632	(MSN 75-8726) ex USAAF 42-109693. Registered as N53545. Ueding Flying Service, Vincennes, IN. Operated 
					for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 20. 
					Registration cancelled 18May78 on export to Canada. Registered 10Apr97 as C-GVHF; cancelled 26Jul07. 
					Registered 15Jan08 as F-AZSH; current [Aug20].
				43633	(MSN 75-8727) ex USAAF 42-109694. Registered as N4566N. Farm Air Service Inc, Nome, TX. Substantially 
					damaged during aerial application when the engine failed and struck a ditch during the forced landing at 
					Nome, TX 6Jun66. Substantially damaged during aerial application when the pilot failed to maintain 
					flying speed and stalled taking off at Winnie, TX 10Jun69. Registration revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 24Jul12.
				43634	(MSN 75-8728) ex USAAF 42-109695. 
				43635	(MSN 75-8729) ex USAAF 42-109696. 
				43636	(MSN 75-8730) ex USAAF 42-109697. 
				43637	(MSN 75-8731) ex USAAF 42-109698. Registered as N75690. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					when the airplane struck trees while the pilot was attempting to clear a vapor lock problem with the 
					spray equipment at Tomnolen, MS 10Jul67. Registration revoked 4Jun77. Registered 20Jan12 as N75690; current [Aug20].
43638/44037		North American SNJ-5 Texan
				Ex-USAAF AT-6Ds transferred to US Navy
				43638/43659 ex USAAF AT-6D 41-34373/34394 (MSN 88-15303/15324) 
					43638 (MSN 88-15303)
					43639 (MSN 88-15304) Registered 1958 as N3669F. Reregistered 1969 as N8151. 
						Registered 23Oct98 to Hans O; Lauridsen, Phoenix, AZ, current [Jan20]. Operated by the 
						Lauridsen Aviation Museum, Buckeye, AZ.  Planned to
						be displayed in a proposed Glendale Aircraft Museum at 
						Glendale Apt, AZ			
					43640 (MSN 88-15305)
					43641 (MSN 88-15306)
					43642 (MSN 88-15307) Registered 20Dec61 as N3653F; cancelled 9Aug71. Delivered by ship 
						from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Feb62. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea 
						de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Feb62 as E.16-161. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-161. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-161. Escuadrón 792, Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia; 
						code 792-4. Reserialled as C.6-161. SOC 23Nov79. Sold to West Germany Nov81. 
						Registration D-FDDD assigned Nov81; not taken up. Registered 12Apr82 as N2960T; cancelled May84. 
						Damaged in forced landing at Dillenburg, West Germany 22May83. Registered 1984 as F-AZDM
						to Association Air Memorial; cancelled. Wrecked in a crash at Coulommiers, France 11Jun84
					43643 (MSN 88-15308) Arthur D. Medore / Banaire Enterprises, Inc., Hemet, CA Jun79. 
						Registered Jun79 as N1049A as a North American-Medore T-6D; cancelled 19Feb97. Impacted 
						terrain while maneuvering at low altitude at a private airstrip, one mile west of Richvale, 
						California 3Nov95. The aircraft was destroyed and the pilot was fatally injured. The aircraft had 
						been loaned to the pilot for the local area personal flight by the owner, Av-Ag Inc., of Richvale. 
						The flight departed from the Av-Ag Inc. private airport. The owner/operator of the aircraft and 
						a mechanic witnessed the accident. They reported that the pilot departed then did a pull-up 
						course reversal and flew southbound over the runway. At the south end of the runway the 
						pilot did a right-hand climbing turn to a northerly heading and commenced an aileron roll. 
						During the roll the nose of the aircraft dropped and the aircraft descended with insufficient 
						altitude to recover. It impacted the ground in a upright, wings level, nose-low attitude and 
						burned on impact. The engine sounded normal to the witnesses throughout the flight.
						The owner/operator told NTSB investigators that the pilot had worked as a contract ag-pilot 
						for 25 years and had accumulated over 23,000 hours flying time. Prior to becoming an 
						ag-pilot he was a demonstration aerobatic pilot in the Swedish Air Force flying the AT-6 aircraft. 
						Earlier in the morning of the accident the pilot had seeded a field for the operator and had 
						then asked to fly the AT-6. 
					43644 (MSN 88-15309)
					43645 (MSN 88-15310)
					43646 (MSN 88-15311)
					43647 (MSN 88-15312) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Storage at Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ. SOC 24Jul57. Registered as N3274G. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped and the landing gear collapsed landing at Long Beach, CA 9Jan71.
						 Rebuilt for racing. Race #42 ‘Mis-Chief’. Registration cancelled 29Jan90. Registered 1Feb90 as VH-OVO; current [May18]. 
					43648 (MSN 88-15313)
					43649 (MSN 88-15314)
					43650 (MSN 88-15315)
					43651 (MSN 88-15316)
					43652 (MSN 88-15317)
					43653 (MSN 88-15318)
					43654 (MSN 88-15319)
					43655 (MSN 88-15320)
					43656 (MSN 88-15321)
					43657 (MSN 88-15322)
					43658 (MSN 88-15323)
					43659 (MSN 88-15324)
				43660/43691 ex USAAF AT-6D 41-34395/34426 (MSN 88-15361/15392)
					43660 (MSN 88-15361) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack 
						mounted below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered 14Jan60 as N3145G; cancelled 29Jun70
					43661 (MSN 88-15362)
					43662 (MSN 88-15363) ZU-AGK (41-34046/MSN 88-15607) is registered with MSN 88-15363 
					43663 (MSN 88-15364)
					43664 (MSN 88-15365)
					43665 (MSN 88-15366)
					43666 (MSN 88-15367)
					43667 (MSN 88-15368) Registered as N3146G. Stored unrestored Chino, CA area 1965/75. 
						Dennis G. Buehn, Compton, CA. Restoration at Chino 1975. Reregistered May89 as N43AF as a 
						Buehn North American SNJ-5; current [Jan20]. Damaged when the aircraft lost directional 
						control on a crosswind landing, veered off the runway and came to rest inverted in three feet 
						of water at Iowa Falls, IA 17Jun90
					43668 (MSN 88-15369)
					43669 (MSN 88-15370) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Registered as N9810C; cancelled 22Jul60 on export to Brazil. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 12Oct60 as 1703. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação e 
						Observação, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and operations 
						aboard Minas Gerais. Modified to T-6D standard. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do 
						Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 31Oct74. Modified for agricultural operations. Registered 28Aug75 as PT-KRD; 
						cancelled. Reported to be with Museu Aeroespacial, Campo do Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 1998/01
					43670 (MSN 88-15371)
					43671 (MSN 88-15372)
					43672 (MSN 88-15373)
					43673 (MSN 88-15374) Registered as N3256G. Registered in Jamaica 1960 as VP-JBN. 
					43674 (MSN 88-15375)
					43675 (MSN 88-15376)
					43676 (MSN 88-15377) Crashed on take-off at Natchez Municipal Airport, MS 10May47 
					43677 (MSN 88-15378) Registered as N7999C. The aircraft force landed after the engine quit in 
						inverted flight at Elko, NV 10Sep88. Wrong size studs had been fitted on the airbox and penetrated 
						the carburettor; metal chips held the float open, flooding the engine. Damaged on a flight from 
						Grand Junction Regional Airport, CO to Salt Lake City International Airport, UT 23May99. 
						The pilot intended to stop at Mack Mesa, CO for a short time to pick up some air show 
						brochures and continue on to SLC. He was in a hurry and forgot to lower the landing gear. 
						Reregistered 18Apr01 as N55FW; current [Jan20]. 
					43678 (MSN 88-15379)
					43679 (MSN 88-15380)
					43680 (MSN 88-15381)
					43682 (MSN 88-15382)
					43683 (MSN 88-15383) Joint Operations Center, Korea. Registered as N3147G. Noted in open storage, 
						unconverted at Prineville, OR Jul75/77. Registered Apr83 as N2550; current [Jan20].
					43684 (MSN 88-15385) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C.
						Registered as N5495V. Thompson Aircraft Sales, Phoenix, AZ. Registration cancelled 22Jul60 on export to Brazil. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1704.  2nd  Esquadrilha de Ligação e Observação, 
						Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and operations aboard Minas Gerais. 
						Base Aérea Naval de São Pedro da Aldeia, RJ. Modified to T-6D standard. Núcleo do Parque de Material 
						Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 11Aug75. Modified for agricultural operations. 
						Registered 26Mar76 as PT-KSX. Crashed at Lençóis Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil 26Jun83 (2 fatalities]
					43685 (MSN 88-15386)
					43686 (MSN 88-15387)
					43687 (MSN 88-15388)
					43688 (MSN 88-15389)
					43689 (MSN 88-15390) Registered as N9811C. Registered as N502. Registered 1May79 to Walter Ohlrich. 
						Owned for decades by Walter Ohlrich of Oklahoma, a decorated Vietnam War fighter pilot, very experienced 	
						warbird pilot and founder of the Warbirds of America organization (later a division of the Experimental 
						Aircraft Association) which has done much to advance the popularity and safe operation of ex-military 
						aircraft by civilians. Registered 21Aug06 to Fightertown LLC, Colonial Heights, VA; current [Jan20].
					43690 (MSN 88-15391)
					43691 (MSN 88-15392)
				43692/43711 ex USAAF AT-6D 41-34427/34446 (MSN 88-15573/15592)
					43692 (MSN 88-15573)
					43693 (MSN 88-15574)
					43694 (MSN 88-15575)
					43695 (MSN 88-15576)
					43696 (MSN 88-15577)
					43697 (MSN 88-15578)
					43698 (MSN 88-15579)
					43699 (MSN 88-15580) Registered as N169D; current [Jul20]. Open storage dismantled at Miami 
						Airport, FL 1977/79. Derelict at Opa Locka, FL 1999/00.
					43700 (MSN 88-15581) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6194. Ground instructional 
						airframe as 3MSS-10 with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, Chiba Prefecture
					43701 (MSN 88-15582)
					43702 (MSN 88-15583)
					43703 (MSN 88-15584)
					43704 (MSN 88-15585)
					43705 (MSN 88-15586)
					43706 (MSN 88-15587)
					43707 (MSN 88-15588)
					43708 (MSN 88-15589)
					43709 (MSN 88-15590) Registered as N7055K with MSN 50-709E; current [Jan20].   
						Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora, IL, 8-5-95.  Substantially damaged when 
						nosed over and overturned landing on the owner’s farm strip at Delmar, DE 11Jun12. According to the pilot, 
						who was delivering the recently-sold vintage military trainer, he first landed the airplane at a paved 
						airport near the new owner's farm. The new owner then asked the pilot to fly the airplane to a dirt airstrip
						 on the farm. The pilot went to the airstrip with the new owner, determined that it was acceptable for 
						landing, and later returned with the airplane. During the landing flare, the airplane floated due to, 
						what the pilot later surmised, convective currents from the hot soil. The airplane subsequently touched 
						down long and overran the end of the 1,380-foot airstrip. During the overrun, the airplane encountered 
						a soft spot in the adjoining onion field and nosed over. The airplane sustained substantial damage 
						to the rudder and vertical fin. The landing direction was to the north, while the nearest recorded airport 
						weather indicated that the wind was from the east at 5 knots
					43710 (MSN 88-15591) 
					43711 (MSN 88-15592) 
				43712/43741 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34453/34482 (MSN 88-15653/15682)
					43712 (MSN 88-15653)
					43713 (MSN 88-15654)
					43714 (MSN 88-15655)
					43715 (MSN 88-15656)
					43716 (MSN 88-15657)
					43717 (MSN 88-15658)
					43718 (MSN 88-15659) Accident at Pittsburgh, PA 11Dec55 
					43719 (MSN 88-15660)
					43720 (MSN 88-15661)
					43721 (MSN 88-15662)
					43722 (MSN 88-15663)
					43723 (MSN 88-15664)
					43724 (MSN 88-15665) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted 
						below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered as N1045C. Reregistered Feb79 as N62724. 
						Substantially damaged when the pilot unlocked the tail wheel on landing, lost directional control 
						and ground looped at Republic Airport, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY 24Jul80. 
						Damaged at Utica, MI 5Jun00; after landing, during roll out, the right landing gear slowly 
						retracted and the aircraft came to rest on the right wing tip. Reason for failure was a spilt in 
						an hydraulic line to the gear actuator from unknown causes. Registration current [Jan20]. 
					43725 (MSN 88-15666) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted 
						below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered 1959 as N8085H. Reregistered 1968 as N1666T; 
						cancelled 30Aug12. Race #66 ‘Lusty Lady’. Restored 19Aug15 as N1666T; current [Jul20]. 
					43726 (MSN 88-15667)
					43727 (MSN 88-15668)
					43728 (MSN 88-15669) Registered as TI-301-C. Noted prior to delivery at Phoenix, AZ 21May59. 
						Reregistered as TI-301-P.
					43729 (MSN 88-15670)
					43730 (MSN 88-15671)
					43731 (MSN 88-15672)
					43732 (MSN 88-15673) Accepted by US Navy 1944. Pensacola NAS, FL. Glenview NAS, IL. 
						Barin Field NAAS, Foley, AL. Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted
						below each wing; designated SNJ-5B. The first civilian owner was a Cuban National that flew
						this SNJ to Cuba and based it at Havana International. As Castro came to power, the SNJ was 
						quickly flown out of Cuba to Miami to escape seizure. The owner went back to Havana to retrieve 
						his remaining possessions, but was never heard from again. The Miami Airport Authority eventually 
						seized the plane and auctioned it. Registered 1960 as N8214E. Based at Tamiami Airport. Sold and 
						based at Myrtle Beach, SC. The airport authority there issued an odd regulation requiring any 
						ex-military aircraft based there to amend their registration tail number to include an “MB” suffix for 
						Myrtle Beach. Reregistered Jul78 as N214MB. Sold in the mid eighties. It was dismantled for an 
						intended restoration but ended up abandoned and languishing in thousands of unmarked pieces 
						on a local hangar floor. The “project” was sold to its current owner at St Charles, IL in September 1987. 
						Rebuilt in time to attend the 50th Anniversary of the SNJ/T6 aircraft in Kenosha, WI July 1988. Registration current [Jul20]..  
						Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora, IL, 8-5-95
					43733 (MSN 88-15674)
					43734 (MSN 88-15675)
					43735 (MSN 88-15676) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered as N3437G; cancelled 10Feb72. Crashed and destroyed when 
						the pilot continued VFR flight following a road into adverse weather conditions with rain and a low 
						cloud base at Gonzales, CA during a flight from El Monte, CA to San Jose, CA 14Dec71 (pilot killed). 
						the wreckage and pilot were recovered 1Jan72
					43736 (MSN 88-15677) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered 1959 as N3259G. Reregistered 30Sep08 as N7861B; 
						current [Jan20]. Substantially damaged on Merritt Island, FL 16Jan09. The pilot lost directional 
						control and the airplane ground looped. The airplane then departed the right side of the runway 
						and impacted a taxiway location sign. The airplane came to rest on the right side of the runway, 
						approximately 1,250 feet from the threshold. Substantial damage to the right wing, both main 
						landing gears, and the propeller
					43737 (MSN 88-15678)
					43738 (MSN 88-15679)
					43739 (MSN 88-15680)
					43740 (MSN 88-15681)
					43741 (MSN 88-15682)
				43742/43761 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34503/34522 (MSN 88-15723/15742)
					43742 (MSN 88-15723)
					43743 (MSN 88-15724)
					43744 (MSN 88-15725)
					43745 (MSN 88-15726) Registered 1958 as N1043C, current [Jul20]. Substantially damaged at 
						Long Beach, CA 8Aug80; fuel pump failure caused loss of power just after
						take-off and the aircraft made a hard landing back on the airport
					43746 (MSN 88-15727)
					43747 (MSN 88-15728) Registered as N3675F; cancelled 13Jul70. 
					43748 (MSN 88-15729)
					43749 (MSN 88-15730) Accepted by US Navy 27Jan44. VN16D8-B, Waldron Field NAAS, 
						Corpus Christi, TX. VN5D8-B, Pensacola NAS, FL. St. Louis NAS, MO [1950]. 
					43750 (MSN 88-15731)
					43751 (MSN 88-15732)
					43752 (MSN 88-15733)
					43753 (MSN 88-15734) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean 
						Government. Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 11Jun59 as 0459. Escuadrilla 
						Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, 
						Bahía Blanca; code 2-A-301. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra 
						Aeronaval No 2; code 2-G-101. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra 
						Aeronaval No 4; code 4-G-101. Performed the first arrested landing on an Argentine aircraft
						carrier, the ARA Independencia. SOC 1969
					43754 (MSN 88-15735) Registered 2May61 as N1138U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC; cancelled 30Nov61. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; 
						arrived Dec61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid.
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-143. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 33-143. Modified with a double Pilatus 
						rocket launcher and machine guns. Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-143, later as C.6-143. 
						Escuela Elemental de Pilotos de Granada, Armilla, Granada 3Feb68 to 18Nov69; code 781-53. 
						Escuadrón 793, Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia; code 793-122. Accident 18May78. 
						SOC 19Sep78. 
					43755 (MSN 88-15736)
					43756 (MSN 88-15737) Registered as N1140U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road 			
						to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-141. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 33-141. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-141. 
						Escuadrón 421, Grupo 42, Getafe, Madrid; code 421-53. SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. 
						Registered 1982 as N29942. Reregistered Apr88 as N350HT. Crashed at Stanly County (6A6), 
						Albemarle, NC 2Oct89. The pilot reported that during a practice landing the airplane began to 
						drift to the left. A correction was applied but he over corrected and the airplane swerved to the right. 
						When he became aware that the airplane would leave the right side of the hard surface runway, 
						the pilot attempted to take-off again. The airplane became airborne heading at a 45 degree angle 
						away from the right side of the runway. A pine tree was hit with the left wing tip, the airplane stalled, 
						and hit the ground. The wing center section broke away from the airplane at impact. 
						Registration N732WB assigned Dec93. Reregistered Jun95 as N350HT; current [Jan20]
					43757 (MSN 88-15738) Accepted by US Navy 27Jan44. SOC Jun58. Registered as N437S; 
						expired 23Jun10. Registration as N437S pending 3Oct11; cancelled 11Jan13
					43758 (MSN 88-15739)
					43759 (MSN 88-15740)
					43760 (MSN 88-15741)
					43761 (MSN 88-15742)
				43762/43781 ex USAAF AT-6D 41-34523/34542 (MSN 88-15753/15772)
					43762 (MSN 88-15753)
					43763 (MSN 88-15754, ex 41-34524) Registered 1960 as N7300C. Registered 9Sep91 
						to the American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum [Confederate Air Force]; current  [Jul20]. 
						Operated by Commemorative Air Force-Air Group One, San Diego Wing, Gillespie Field, 
						El Cajon, CA. Damaged after landing at Chino airport 3Oct06 when the aircraft taxyed to Silver 
						States Helicopters and collided with a Robinson R-22, N953SH. Damaged when the pilot failed to 
						lower the landing gear at Ramona, CA 10Apr10
					43764 (MSN 88-15755)
					43765 (MSN 88-15755)
					43766 (MSN 88-15757, ex 41-34527) Registered as N3242G. Twentieth Century Fox 
						Film Corporation 1968. Converted to a Nakajima B5N Kate replica for the filming of the 
						movie "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1968); serial AI-313. Open storage at Long Beach, CA 1969/71, 
						sold at auction Long Beach Feb71. Tallmantz Aviation Inc, Orange County, CA Feb71. 
						Appeared in the movie “Empire of the Sun” [1987]. Shipped from San Diego, CA to Hawaii Mar00. 
						Appeared in the movie “Pearl Harbor” [2001]. Registered 9Dec10 to the American Airpower 
						Heritage Flying Museum [Commemorative Air Force]; current [Jan20].
					43767 (MSN 88-15758) Registered as N9815C to Coastal Aviation Corporation; revoked 14Jan77; 
						cancelled. Delivered by ship to Santander, Spain; arrived Apr61. Transported by road to 
						Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire May61 as E.16-121. Reconditioned and assembled 
						by Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA). Modified with machine guns and rocket launchers. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala ? 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Oct61; code 3-121. Fatal accident at 
						Santiago de Compostela, La Coruña 15Aug62 (2KIS). SOC 19Feb64
					43768 (MSN 88-15759)
					43769 (MSN 88-15760)
					43770 (MSN 88-15761) Accepted by US Navy Jan44. Barin Field NAAS, Foley, AL. Lance Aircraft 
						Supply, Dallas, TX, 3Oct94. Registered as N830JD. The aircraft ran off the departure end of the 
						runway during a precautionary landing at Luray Caverns Airport, Luray, Virginia 9Aug95. 
						The pilot and passenger received serious injuries and the aircraft sustained substantial damage. 
						The flight originated from Elkins, West Virginia. The accident airplane was one of a flight of 
						seven airplanes which were en route to Andrews AFB, Maryland to participate in the Freedom Flight, 
						an event commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the end of World War II. The flight of seven 
						airplanes stopped at Elkins-Randolph County-Jennings Randolph Field, in Elkins, West Virginia, 
						to refuel. The pilot reported that, due to injuries he sustained in the accident, he has not been able 
						to recall any specifics of the accident flight. According to one of the other pilots (pilot/witness) 
						in the flight, the seven airplanes were cruising in formation at an altitude of between six and eight 
						thousand feet, when he heard the pilot of the accident airplane state over the radio that he had an 
						oil problem. The pilot/witness had a handheld Global Positioning System (GPS) unit, and provided 
						the pilot of the accident airplane with the magnetic bearing and distance to the nearest airport. 
						The pilot/witness stated that he observed the accident airplane begin an immediate descent and
						turn for what appeared to be a straight in approach to the runway. Witnesses on the ground reported 
						that they saw the airplane on final approach for the runway, with landing gear and flaps extended. 
						They stated that the airplane appeared unusually high on the approach. One witness reported 
						that the pilot of the accident airplane appeared to fly down about 3/4 of the length of the runway, 
						at an estimated altitude of 200 feet above the ground, before attempting to land on the last quarter 
						of the runway. The pilot/witness stated that he followed the accident airplane to the airport, and 
						watched as the airplane touched down at what he thought was about halfway down the runway. 
						The airplane appeared to have touched down within 250 feet of the departure end of the 3,125 feet 
						long asphalt runway. The airplane continued off the departure end of the runway, down a steep 
						embankment, and across a utility road, before it collided with another embankment and came to a stop. 
						The airplane came to rest with one propeller blade bent aft and under the fuselage. The bottom portion 
						of the radial engine was pushed in towards the fuselage approximately 12 inches. The FAA inspectors 
						reported that during their initial examination of the airplane, they noted that the fuel tanks in both 
						wings were approximately half full of fuel, but there was no oil in the oil tank. They found no evidence 
						of oil on the belly or windscreen of the airplane. Reregistered 27Apr99 as N3770P; current [Jan20]. D
						amaged taxying at Riverside Airport, Tulsa, OK 14Nov15. The pilot was instructed by local control after 
						landing 19L to cross runway 19R on runway 31. The aircraft cleared 19R and performed a clearing 
						turn to check traffic. Another aircraft, a Cessna 180, was immediately in front of (approx 100 ft.) 
						the SNJ holding short of taxiway A. Upon vigorous application of brakes, the SNJ nosed over 
						resulting in a propeller strike. No other damage to persons or property. The Cessna 180 had been 
						instructed by ground control to hold short of the taxiway. The SNJ had not transitioned to ground 
						control frequency (nor been told to) at the time of visual sighting of the C-180
					43771 (MSN 88-15762, ex 41-34532) Registered as N8099H. Reregistered 1974 as N612MD. 
						Race #12 ‘M.D. Washburn’. Crashed after striking a pylon with the left wing while in a tight formation 
						at the start of a race at Reno, NV 12Sep75 [pilot killed]. Reregistered May76 as N43771. 
						Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA 8Jan97. Registration current [Jan20].
					43772 (MSN 88-15763)
					43773 (MSN 88-15764)
					43774 (MSN 88-15765)
					43775 (MSN 88-15766) Registered as N5487V. Registered 1977 as N43775. Destroyed at Anadarko, OK 
						en route Lawton, OK to Oklahoma City, OK 4May86. The pilot radioed that he had smoke 
						in the cockpit. He immediately made an emergency landing, downwind, in a farmer's field. 
						Witnesses saw the aircraft's right wing drop before the plane touched down. The resulting 
						impact tore the wings and engine off, killing the pilot, but the passenger survived. An investigation 
						revealed that a field wire in the generator had shorted. This allowed unregulated voltage 
						through parts of the wiring harness and cause the insulation to overheat and smolder. 
						Sale reported 2004/07. Historic Aeroplane Works Inc, Roanoke, IN 16Jan08. Tom Reilly Vintage 
						Aircraft Inc, Kissimmee, FL 11Apr11. Sale reported 6Apr17. Registration cancelled 30May18.
					43776 (MSN 88-15767) Registered 1957 as N800; cancelled. Registered 1976 as f with MSN 43376; 
						expired 30Sep11, cancelled 7Apr17. Substantially damaged when the landing gear retracted on 
						landing at Daytona Beach, FL 3May79; a dirty down lock mechanism prevented locking. 
						Registered 16Jan19 as N82583 with MSN 43376; current [Jan20]
						[The manufacturer’s data plate quotes: T-6F 44-82583 ex Bu43376 built 21.10.45, civil conversion 17.5.57.
						Both serials are outside the range for T-6/SNJ aircraft]
					43777 (MSN 88-15768)
					43778 (MSN 88-15769)
					43779 (MSN 88-15770, ex 41-34540) Accepted by US Navy 1Feb44. Delivered to VN15D8-A, 
						Kingsville NAS, TX 2Feb44. Assigned to a pool of reserve aircraft at Cuddihy Field NAAS, 
						Corpus Christi, TX Nov45 until Apr46. Overhaul and Repair Department, Pensacola NAS, FL Apr/May46. 
						Assigned to a pool of reserve aircraft at Ellyson Field NAS, Pensacola, FL 6Jun46. Houma NAS, 
						New Orleans, LA 7Jun46. Remained in storage until Nov47. Litchfield Park NAF, Phoenix, AZ Nov47. 
						Remained in storage until Feb52. Overhaul and Repair Department, Pensacola NAS, FL 13Feb52. 
						BTU-2, Corry Field NAAS, Pensacola, FL 14Apr52. Overhaul and Repair Department, Pensacola NAS, FL Dec52. 
						BTU-1c, Saufley Field NAAS, Pensacola, FL 29Jan53. Overhaul and Repair Department, Pensacola NAS, FL Dec53. 
						HU-2, Lakehurst NAS, NJ 22Apr54. ZP-3, Lakehurst NAS, NJ 29Mar55. Overhaul and Repair Department, 
						Pensacola NAS, FL 29Feb56. Naval Air Basic Training Command, Corry Field NAAS, Pensacola, FL 29Mar57. 
						Overhaul and Repair Department, Pensacola NAS, FL 20Jan58. SOC 28Apr58. Registered 1958 as N3645F; 
						current [Oct19]. Substantially damaged in collision with parked Piper PA-23 Apache N1700W when 
						taxying to take-off at Blue Ash, OH 9Jul66 
					43780 (MSN 88-15771)
					43781 (MSN 88-15772)
				43782/43811 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34576/34605 (MSN 88-15826/15855)
					43782 (MSN 88-15826)
					43783 (MSN 88-15827)
					43784 (MSN 88-15828)
					43785 (MSN 88-15829)
					43786 (MSN 88-15830)
					43787 (MSN 88-15831)
					43788 (MSN 88-15832)
					43789 (MSN 88-15833) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6206. Ground instructional 
						airframe as 3MSS-09 with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, Chiba Prefecture
					43790 (MSN 88-15834)
					43791 (MSN 88-15835) Registered 1959 as N7968C; current [Jul20]. 
					43792 (MSN 88-15836) Registered 1959 as N9065Z. Operated by Condor Squadron Officers and 
						Airmens Association Inc, Van Nuys, CA 1968. Registration current [Mar19]. 
					43793 (MSN 88-15837)
					43794 (MSN 88-15838) Registered as N3683F to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by 
						road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-153. Escuela Básica de Pilotos, 
						Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-153. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, Academia General del Aire, 
						San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. 
						Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-153, 
						later as C.6-153. SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. Registered 13May83 as N39403. 
						Race #10 ‘Bad Ju-Ju’. Registered 17Aug95 to Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, TX. 
						Awarded Best T-6/SNJ at 2005 Sun ‘N Fun. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed on 
						landing and skidded off the runway at Dallas, TX 23Jun05. Registration current [Jul20
					43795 (MSN 88-15839)
					43796 (MSN 88-15840)
					43797 (MSN 88-15841)
					43798 (MSN 88-15842)
					43799 (MSN 88-15843)
					43800 (MSN 88-15844)
					43801 (MSN 88-15845)
					43802 (MSN 88-15846)
					43803 (MSN 88-15847)
					43804 (MSN 88-15848)
					43805 (MSN 88-15849)
					43806 (MSN 88-15850)
					43807 (MSN 88-15851)
					43808 (MSN 88-15852)
					43809 (MSN 88-15853)
					43810 (MSN 88-15854)
					43811 (MSN 88-15855)
				43812/43840 ex-USAAF AT-6D 41-34626/34654 (MSN 88-15897/15925)
					43812 (MSN 88-15897) Registered as N9824C. Reregistered Jan78 as N104FC. 
						Reregistered Jul91 as N180NB. Reregistered 5Dec94 as N812BC; current [Jan20].
					43813 (MSN 88-15898) Registered 2May61 as N1136U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC; cancelled 30Nov61. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, 
						Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid.
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-146. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-146. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with armament for counter insurgency (COIN) 
						operations. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-146. SOC 1Jul81.
					43814 (MSN 88-15899)
					43815 (MSN 88-15900) Registered 1962 as N3630F; current [Jan20]. The aircraft touched 
						down then ran off the left side of the runway landing at Montgomery (MGJ), NY 24Mar04
					43816 (MSN 88-15901)
					43817 (MSN 88-15902) Registered 1962 as N3687F; current [Jan20].
					43818 (MSN 88-15903) Registered as N6628C; revoked 2Apr77. Substantially damaged in collision 
						on the ground with SNJ-5 N3261G [BuAer 90612] at Greater S. West Airport, Euless, TX 1Sep69.
						 Restored 19Apr10 as N6628C; current [Jul20]
					43819 (MSN 88-15904)
					43820 (MSN 88-15905)
					43821 (MSN 88-15906)
					43822 (MSN 88-15907)
					43823 (MSN 88-15908)
					43824 (MSN 88-15909)
					43825 (MSN 88-15910)
					43826 (MSN 88-15911)
					43827 (MSN 88-15912) Accident forty miles west of St Joseph, MO 9Jun46
					43828 (MSN 88-15913)
					43829 (MSN 88-15914)
					43830 (MSN 88-15915)
					43831 (MSN 88-15916)
					43832 (MSN 88-15917)
					43833 (MSN 88-15918) Crashed c.31Jul51 (2KIS).
					43834 (MSN 88-15919)
					43835 (MSN 88-15920) ex USAAF 41-34649.  Registered 1960 as N9060Z; current [Jul20
					43836 (MSN 88-15921)
					43837 (MSN 88-15922)
					43838 (MSN 88-15923)
					43839 (MSN 88-15924) Registered 1960 as N3258G; current [Jul19]. Landing gear would not lower 
						and damaged when crash landed at Rubidoux, CA 25Sep83. The landing gear uplock release 
						linkage was found broken
					43840 (MSN 88-15925) Registered 1958 as N5598V. Registered 31Mar65 to New York City 
						Board Of Education, Long Island City, NY. Ground instructional airframe at Aviation High School, 
						Long Island City, New York [last noted Jun11]. Registration cancelled 22Apr13
				43841/43850 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84172/84181 (MSN 88-15953/15962)
					43841 (MSN 88-15953)
					43842 (MSN 88-15954)
					43843 (MSN 88-15955)
					43844 (MSN 88-15956)
					43845 (MSN 88-15957)
					43846 (MSN 88-15958) Registered 1960 as N3326G; current [Jan20]. Substantially damaged 
						when the landing gear collapsed landing at Delta Municipal Airport, UT 5Jul66
					43847 (MSN 88-15959)
					43848 (MSN 88-15960)
					43849 (MSN 88-15961)
					43850 (MSN 88-15962)
				43851/43890 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84242/84281 (MSN 88-16023/16062)
					43851 (MSN 88-16023) Registered 1958 as N3635F; cancelled 29Apr64
					43852 (MSN 88-16024)
					43853 (MSN 88-16025) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; 
						designated SNJ-5C. Arrived in Argentina 28Apr59. MDAP Military Assistance Sales to Argentinean Government. 
						To Argentine Navy/Comando de la Aviación Naval 3Aug59 as 0475. Escuadrilla Aeronaval 
						de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 2-A-102. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval No 4; code 4-G-102
					43854 (MSN 88-16026)
					43855 (MSN 88-16027) ex USAAF 42-84246) Registered 1958 as N3670F. Iowa Tech Area XV 
						Community College, Ottomwa, IA, 1976. Damaged when took off with low fuel and during the turn 
						to downwind, the engine quit at Moline, IL 27Jun84. The aircraft struck a runway/taxiway sign when 
						taxying to the assigned runway at New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport, Florida 20Feb10. 
						The aircraft sustained damage to the propeller when it struck the sign. Reregistered 2Jan15 as N246WR; 
						current [Jan20]. 
					43856 (MSN 88-16028) 
					43857 (MSN 88-16029) Registered 2May61 as N8208E to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; 
						cancelled 22Nov61. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force / Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-144. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-144. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-144, later as C.6-144. Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta ? 46, Gando, 
						Gran Canaria, Canary Islands; code 463-12. Accident 23Jun69. SOC 23Mar70.
					43858 (MSN 88-16030) 
					43859 (MSN 88-16031) Registered as N9808C to Coastal Aviation Corporation; revoked 14Jan77, 
						cancelled. Delivered by ship to Santander, Spain; arrived Apr61. Transported by road to 
						Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire May61 as E.16-128. Reconditioned and assembled 
						by Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA). Modified with machine guns and rocket launchers. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala ? 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Oct61; code 3-128. Aeronautica Industrial 
						SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid Jan63. Reconfigured to unarmed condition. 
						Escuadrilla de la Región Aérea Central, Ala Mixta ? 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Mar63; 
						code 3-128. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-128. Escuadrón 421, Grupo 42, Getafe, Madrid; code 421-42. 
						SOC 1Jul81. Academia de Ingeniería Aeronáutica, Madrid. Museo del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid 2002; used as a travelling exhibit
					43860 (MSN 88-16032)
					43861 (MSN 88-16033)
					43862 (MSN 88-16034)
					43863 (MSN 88-16035)
					43864 (MSN 88-16036)
					43865 (MSN 88-16037) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered as N3623F. Registered Mar60 as YV-T-LTM; cancelled
					43866 (MSN 88-16038)
					43867 (MSN 88-16039)
					43868 (MSN 88-16040)
					43869 (MSN 88-16041)
					43870 (MSN 88-16042)
					43871 (MSN 88-16043) FASRON-772, Los Alamitos NAS, CA. Damaged by bird strike at Hill AFB, UT 24Aug52. 
						To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6203. Written off. 
					43872 (MSN 88-16044) to French Navy as 9S-7 with 9 Escadrille on New Caladonia.  Crashed in
						New Caledonia Nov 12, 1964
					43873 (MSN 88-16045)
					43874 (MSN 88-16046)
					43875 (MSN 88-16047) Registered 1960 as N5199V; current [Jan20]. Race #6. Race #9 ‘Gotcha!’; 
						later as race #99 ‘Gotcha!!’. Race #9 ‘Cum'n Thru’; later as ‘Cum'n Thru!’. Race #9 ‘Lickety Split’
					43876 (MSN 88-16048)
					43877 (MSN 88-16049) To Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 6185. Ground instructional 
						airframe as 3MSS-05 with the 3rd Maintenance & Support Squadron, Shimofusa, Chiba Prefecture 1989
					43878 (MSN 88-16050)
					43879 (MSN 88-16051)
					43880 (MSN 88-16052)
					43881 (MSN 88-16053) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Registered as N5490V; revoked 14Jan77; cancelled 22Aug12
					43882 (MSN 88-16054)
					43883 (MSN 88-16055)
					43884 (MSN 88-16056) Registered 13Oct61 as N3624F to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, 
						Charlotte, NC; cancelled 14Dec61. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; 
						arrived Dec61. Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-150. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-150. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns.
						 Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-150, later as C.6-150. SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. 
						Registered 19Apr42 as N29937. Race #4 ‘Dash One’; later #55 ‘Slo Thunder’. 
						Reregistered 5Jan04 as N43884; current [Jan20]. 
					43885 (MSN 88-16057) rebuilt as T-6G 52-8199
					43886 (MSN 88-16058)
					43887 (MSN 88-16059)
					43888 (MSN 88-16060)
					43889 (MSN 88-16061)
					43890 (MSN 88-16062)
				43891/43910 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84342/84361 (MSN 88-16123/16142)
					43891 (MSN 88-16123)
					43892 (MSN 88-16124)
					43893 (MSN 88-16125)
					43894 (MSN 88-16126)
					43895 (MSN 88-16127)
					43896 (MSN 88-16128)
					43897 (MSN 88-16129)
					43898 (MSN 88-16130) To Uruguay Naval Aviation/Aviación Naval Uruguaya 1956 as A-254(1). 
						Crashed 15Nov63 (1KIS
					43899 (MSN 88-16131)
					43900 (MSN 88-16132)
					43901 (MSN 88-16133)
					43902 (MSN 88-16134) Accident involving SNJ-5 BuAer 51784 fifty miles west of West Wendover, NV 17Mar49. 
						Air Richmond Inc, 10Sep92. 
					43903 (MSN 88-16135)
					43904 (MSN 88-16136)
					43905 (MSN 88-16137)
					43906 (MSN 88-16138) Registered as N1139U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road to 
						Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-147. Modified to T-6D standard. Escuadrón 33, 
						Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid; code 33-147. Damaged in collision on the ground 
						with SNJ-5 E. 16-138 [BuAer 90583] at Villanubla 1963. The propeller of this aircraft chewed off the rear 
						fuselage of E. 16-138 and ended up on its nose. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-147. Escuadrón 463, 
						Ala Mixta No 46, Gando, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands; 463-147. SOC 25Jul79. Registered 1981 
						as N9060R. Registered 28Mar89 as a North American-Medore T-6D; cancelled 23Oct18. 
					43907 (MSN 88-16139)
					43908 (MSN 88-16140)
					43909 (MSN 88-16141)
					43910 (MSN 88-16142)
				43911/43921 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84392/84402 (MSN 88-16173/16183)
					43911 (MSN 88-16173)
					43912 (MSN 88-16174)
					43913 (MSN 88-16175)
					43914 (MSN 88-16176)
					43915 (MSN 88-16177)
					43916 (MSN 88-16178)
					43917 (MSN 88-16179)
					43918 (MSN 88-16180)
					43919 (MSN 88-16181) Peruvian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea del Perú 1954. 
						Conflict:
						Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1958
					43920 (MSN 88-16182) Registered 1959 as N3619F; revoked 14Jan77; cancelled 6Sep12
					43921 (MSN 88-16183) Registered 1959 as N3685F. Registered 14Jul09 to the City of Irvine, CA. 
						Exhibited at the Great Park Aviation and Heritage Museum, El Toro, Irvine, California. 
						Registration cancelled 12Jan18.. 
				43922/43951 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84423/84452 (MSN 88-16204/16233)
					43922 (MSN 88-16204)
					43923 (MSN 88-16205) Registered as N3712G; cancelled 23Jul71
					43924 (MSN 88-16206) Registered as N9814C. Registered 1976 as N777AP; current [Jul20]. Damaged when 
						the left brake locked during landing at La Grange, GA 5Feb88; the aircraft ground looped and damaged the propeller
					43925 (MSN 88-16207)
					43926 (MSN 88-16208)
					43927 (MSN 88-16209)
					43928 (MSN 88-16210) Registered as N8207E to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Feb62. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Feb62 as E.16-174. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Ground instructional airframe at Escuela de Especialistas de León AB. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-174. 
						SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. Registered 13May83 as N39310. Reregistered Jun87 as N817NP; 
						current [Jul20]. Race #89
					43929 (MSN 88-16211)
					43930 (MSN 88-16212)
					43931 (MSN 88-16213)
					43932 (MSN 88-16214)
					43933 (MSN 88-16215) Registered 1959 as N3629F; cancelled 26Oct70
					43934 (MSN 88-16216)
					43935 (MSN 88-16217)
					43936 (MSN 88-16218) Registered 1959 as N3641F; revoked 14Jan77. Reregistered 1976 as N241F; 
						current [Jan20]
					43937 (MSN 88-16219)
					43938 (MSN 88-16220) Registered 1960 as N7980C; cancelled 19Oct16. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Jackson, MI 25Jun16. The pilot reported that during the landing 
						roll as the tail wheel came down, the left wing rose up, and he attempted to correct with left aileron. 
						The airplane started yawing, sliding, and turning sideways on the pavement. The airplane veered 
						off the runway to the left, the right main landing gear collapsed, and the airplane impacted the ground. 
						The airplane sustained substantial damage to the right wing
					43939 (MSN 88-16221)
					43940 (MSN 88-16222)
					43941 (MSN 88-16223)
					43942 (MSN 88-16224) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B. Jacksonville NAS, FL 1946. Landing accident at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, 
						Fayetteville, NC 9Mar46. Registered as N8216E to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC. 
						Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. Transported by road 
						to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-134. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-134. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos, Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. 
						Reserialled 1Apr65 as CE.6-134, later as C.6-134. Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta ? 46, Gando, 
						Gran Canaria, Canary Islands; code 463-10. Escuadrón 421, Grupo 42, Getafe, Madrid; 
						code 421-50. SOC 1Jul81. Combat Aircraft Inc, Elkhart, IN. Registered 13May83 as N3931Z. 
						Reregistered 8Jun06 as N217RK. The aircraft impacted a tree and terrain after a loss of engine 
						power during take-off from Hat Field Airport (5N7), near Nunica, Michigan 17Sep11. 
						It sustained substantial firewall, fuselage, and wing damage. The flight was originating 
						at the time of the accident and was destined for the Mason Jewett Field Airport, near Mason, Michigan. 
						The airplane was the fourth airplane in a flight of multiple airplanes to depart the airport. 
						The pilot indicated that he applied full take-off power. As the airplane passed about two-thirds 
						of the runway’s length, the airplane had a positive rate of climb. The low fuel pressure light
						illuminated just before gear retraction, the fuel pressure dropped to zero, and the engine abruptly quit. 
						The pilot lowered the airplane’s nose and impacted a tree during the forced descent. 
						The impact turned the plane, causing it to hit the ground at a vertical angle tearing the engine 
						and propeller from the plane. Reregistered 29Aug17 as N7293Y; current [Jan20]
					43943 (MSN 88-16225)
					43944 (MSN 88-16226)
					43945 (MSN 88-16227) Modified with two 30mm machine guns and a bomb rack mounted below 
						each wing; designated SNJ-5B
					43946 (MSN 88-16228) Auxiliary Aviation Unit 914 (AAU-914), Squantum NAS, MA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY 30Apr52
					43947 (MSN 88-16229)
					43948 (MSN 88-16230)
					43949 (MSN 88-16231)
					43950 (MSN 88-16232)
					43951 (MSN 88-16233)
				43952/43981 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84513/84542 (MSN 88-16294/16323)
					43952 (MSN 88-16294)
					43953 (MSN 88-16295)
					43954 (MSN 88-16296) Registration N4324G assigned 17Feb98; not taken up, cancelled 25Mar11
					43955 (MSN 88-16297)
					43956 (MSN 88-16298)
					43957 (MSN 88-16299)
					43958 (MSN 88-16300) Registered 1959 as N6644C. Reregistered Feb88 as N3958; current [Jan20].
					43959 (MSN 88-16301)
					43960 (MSN 88-16302) Modified as a deck landing trainer with tail hook arrester gear; designated SNJ-5C. 
						Registered as N9812C; cancelled 13Jul60 on export to Brazil. 
						To Brazilian Air Force/Força Aérea Brasileira 19Jan61 as 1705. 2º Esquadrilha de Ligação e Observação, 
						Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. For carrier landing training and operations aboard Minas Gerais. 
						Esquadrilha de Reconhecimento e Ataque 32, Base Aérea de Galeão, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
						Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 19Mar74
					43961 (MSN 88-16303)
					43962 (MSN 88-16304)
					43963 (MSN 88-16305) Registered 30Mar94 as N600MF; current [Jul20]
					43964 (MSN 88-16306)
					43965 (MSN 88-16307)
					43966 (MSN 88-16308) Registered as N7990C to Coastal Aviation Corporation; deregistered 17Dec70, 
						revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 21Nov17. Delivered by ship to Santander, Spain; arrived Apr61. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire May61 as E.16-127. Reconditioned and assembled by 
						Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA). Modified with machine guns and rocket launchers. 
						Escuadrón 33, Ala No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Oct61; code 3-127. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), 
						Cuatro Vientos,  Madrid Jan63. Reconfigured to unarmed condition. Grupo del Estado Mayor, 
						Ala Mixta No 3, Villanubla AB, Valladolid Mar63; code 3-127. Reserialled 1Apr65 as C.6-127. SOC 1Jul81. 
						Donated by Spanish government to Chile Air Force/Fuerza Aérea de Chile 1985. Registered as CC-DMI. 
						Displayed at Museo Aeronáutico y del Espacio, Los Cerillos, Santiago, Chile as '237''
					43967 (MSN 88-16309) Registered 2May61 as N1135U to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation, Charlotte, NC; 
						cancelled 24Nov61. Delivered by ship from Wilmington, DE to Santander, Spain; arrived Dec61. 
						Transported by road to Maestranza Aérea de Madrid (MAESMA), Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
						To Spanish Air Force/Ejército del Aire Dec61 as E.16-140. Modified to T-6D standard. 
						Escuela Básica de Pilotos, Matacán AB, Salamanca; code 74-140. Tercer Escuadrón de Vuelo, 
						Academia General del Aire, San Javier, Murcia Oct62. Aeronautica Industrial SA (AISA), Cuatro Vientos, 
						Madrid 1963. Modified with a double Pilatus rocket launcher and machine guns. Reserialled 1Apr65 
						as CE.6-140, later as C.6-140. Escuadrón 463, Ala Mixta ? 46, Gando, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands; 
						code 463-11. Ditched and sank while flying in a four ship formation near San Andrés, Gran Canaria 
						15Oct70; pilot rescued. SOC 8Nov70.
					43968 (MSN 88-16310)Registered 1960 as N8212E; current [Jan20] 
					43969 (MSN 88-16311)
					43970 (MSN 88-16312) To Uruguay Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya 1956 as A-256; 
						later as 256. Final flight 26Apr81; WFU and derelict. Traded to FAU for airworthy Beech T-34A, serial 651.
						To  Uruguay Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya 11Oct84 as 380. Used for spares source only. SOC 26Oct87
					43971 (MSN 88-16313)
					43972 (MSN 88-16314) Registered 1958 as N7981C. Reregistered Aug88 as N3972E; current [Jan20]. 
						Operated by Flugwerk-Mannheim Association, Mannheim, Germany in USN colors.
					43973 (MSN 88-16315)
					43974 (MSN 88-16316. Ex 42-84535) Registered 1958 as N7969C, current [Jan20]. Race #1; later as #111. 
						Substantially damaged when the left main landing gear retracted during landing at Van Nuys, CA 7Dec77. 
						Registered to Condor Squadron Officers and Airmens Assoc Inc, Van Nuys Airport, Los Angeles, CA.
						 Painted to represent Luftwaffe 9/JG 54; code I+1. Substantially damaged when the aircraft ground 
						looped during landing at Van Nuys, CA 19Apr17. The pilot reported that as the tail wheel was 
						contacting the ground, a sudden gust of wind lifted the right wing and the airplane weathervaned 
						to the right. Subsequently, the airplane ground looped and exited the right side of the runway. 
						There was substantial damage to the left wing and aileron. Substantially damaged during a 
						forced landing in the center of the northbound lanes on the 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills, about 
						thirty miles west of Los Angeles, California 23Oct18. Aircraft had departed Van Nuys Airport. 
						Six minutes after take-off, the aircraft suffered an engine problem that caused a loss of engine power. 
						The pilot chose to land on the 101 freeway. After landing the pilot veered to the left to miss a car 
						in front of him. This caused the left wing to make contact with the center divider which caused the 
						left wing fuel tank to rupture. Spilled fuel immediately caught fire as the plane came to stop on its nose. 
						The pilot immediately got out of the aircraft with no injuries. The aircraft did not strike any cars on 
						the freeway. The only damage was to the aircraft which was partially consumed by the post crash fire. 
						The aircraft was removed from site by the contracted salvage crew and taken to Chino, CA for later 
						post crash inspection
					43975 (MSN 88-16317)
					43976 (MSN 88-16318)
					43977 (MSN 88-16319)
					43978 (MSN 88-16320)
					43979 (MSN 88-16321)
					43980 (MSN 88-16322)
					43981 (MSN 88-16323) to French Navy / Aéronavale as 43981. Escadrille 2.S [code 2.S-81]. 
						Gate guard at Base Aéronavale de Lann-Bihoué, Lorient, France 1973. Displayed at Salles de 
						Tradition, Base Aéronavale de Lann-Bihoué, Lorient 1976 [last noted Nov14].  
				43982/44011 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84603/84632 (MSN 88-16384/16413)
					43982 (MSN 88-16384)
					43983 (MSN 88-16385)
					43984 (MSN 88-16386)
					43985 (MSN 88-16387)
					43986 (MSN 88-16388 according to Hagedorn) Registered 1958 as N6436D; current [Jan20]. 
						Damaged in a forced landing at Nantucket, MA 6Nov04 after a flight from Groton, MA. The pilot stated the 
						flight was uneventful until he was on right base at about seven hundred feet with the aircraft in landing 
						configuration. He checked carburettor heat, fuel on reserve, landing gear down and locked as he turned final. 
						Pilot stated at 3-4 miles short of the runway, the engine lost all power. He checked fuel mixture which was 
						full forward then switched the fuel selector to the right tank and started pumping the hand fuel pump while 
						visually checking the magneto switch which he stated was on both. Pilot stated he could not get the engine 
						started so he tried the fuel primer without success. Pilot crashed the plane into the woods 
						approximately 1.5 mile short of runway
					43987 (MSN 88-16389)
					43988 (MSN 88-16390)
					43989 (MSN 88-16391)
					43990 (MSN 88-16392 according to Hagedorn) to Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú 1954
					43991 (MSN 88-16393 according to Hagedorn) to Peruvian Air Force/Fuerza Aérea del Perú 1954
					43992 (MSN 88-16394)
					43993 (MSN 88-16395)
					43994 (MSN 88-16396) To French Navy/Aéronavale as 43994. Escadrille 1.S [code 1.S-24], 
						Base Aéronavale Lann-Bihoué, France
					43995 (MSN 88-16397)
					43996 (MSN 88-16398)
					43997 (MSN 88-16399)
					43998 (MSN 88-16400)
					43999 (MSN 88-16401)
					44000 (MSN 88-16402)
					44001 (MSN 88-16403)
					44002 (MSN 88-16404) Registered 2Jun03 as N2416S; current [Jan20]
					44003 (MSN 88-16405)
					44004 (MSN 88-16406)
					44005 (MSN 88-16407)
					44006 (MSN 88-16408)
					44007 (MSN 88-16409)
					44008 (MSN 88-16410) United States Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (Blue Angels), Jacksonville NAS, FL 1946. 
						Painted and configured to simulate a Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero, flown to simulate aerial combat. 
						It was painted yellow and affectionately named ‘Beetle Bomb’. San Diego Aerospace Museum, San Diego, CA 1988
					44009 (MSN 88-16411) Registered 1961 as N6639C. Substantially damaged after striking power lines 
						during a low pass and force landed at Sardy Airport, Aspen, CO, 4Jul68. Registered 1972 as N30JF; 
						current [Jan20]. Race #18 ‘Fat Albert’. Propeller damaged when the tail wheel failed to unlock and 
						struck a taxy sign after landing at Oklahoma City, OK 21Nov82. Race #76 ‘Don't Tread On Me!’. 
						44012Based with Commemorative Air Force-Dallas/Fort Worth Wing, Lancaster Municipal Airport, Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
					44010 (MSN 88-16412)
					44011 (MSN 88-16413)
				44012/44037 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84683/84708 (MSN 88-16464/16489)
					44012 (MSN 88-16464)
					44013 (MSN 88-16465)
					44014 (MSN 88-16466) To Uruguay Air Force/Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya. Registered 1959 as N3642F. 
						Reregistered Apr97 as N440JG. The airplane was destroyed on impact with the ground 
						while maneuvering during an aerial formation flight at Steamboat Springs, Colorado 3Sep00. 
						The pilot and his passenger received fatal injuries. The personal flight had departed Steamboat 
						Springs. According to the flight leader, the accident airplane was one of three aircraft that were 
						to perform two fly-bys during the National Anthem for a rodeo in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. 
						The pilots were briefed on the sequence of events and the formations to be flown. The first fly-by 
						was conducted at 7,800 feet msl (approximately 1,500 feet agl). While positioning for the second 
						fly-by, a witness observed the airplane enter a roll. This witness reported the airplane had a nose 
						down attitude during the roll, and directly from the roll, the airplane entered a "flat spin". 
						The airplane came to rest upright in a construction site surrounded by commercial buildings. 
						Registered 13Jan04 to JW Duff Aircraft/Duffy's Aircraft Parts, Denver, CO. Registration cancelled 2Oct14
					44015 (MSN 88-16467)
					44016 (MSN 88-16468)
					44017 (MSN 88-16469 according to Hagedorn) with Colombian AF as FAC777 and then as HK-2049P on 
						display in Museo Aereo Fenix, Cali-Alfonso Bonilla Aragon, Colombia.
					44018 (MSN 88-16470)
					44019 (MSN 88-16471)
					44020 (MSN 88-16472) Registered 1959 as N8096H. Registered 1977 as N14HB. 
						Reregistered Sep88 as N43WB; current [Jan20
					44021 (MSN 88-16473)
					44022 (MSN 88-16474)
					44023 (MSN 88-16475)
					44024 (MSN 88-16476)
					44025 (MSN 88-16477)
					44026 (MSN 88-16478)
					44027 (MSN 88-16479)
					44028 (MSN 88-16480)
					44029 (MSN 88-16481)
					44030 (MSN 88-16482) to Peruvian Air F orce/Fuerza Aérea del Perú 1954
					44031 (MSN 88-16483)
					44032 (MSN 88-16484) Registered as N1042C; cancelled 18Oct73. Crashed into the ground 
						and destroyed during aerobatics over Shelby, OH 17Jun73 [pilot killed]. 
					44033 (MSN 88-16485)
					44034 (MSN 88-16486)
					44035 (MSN 88-16487) To French Navy/Aéronavale as 44035. Accident at Trégunc, Finistère, France 15Feb62.
					44036 (MSN 88-16488)
					44037 (MSN 88-16489)
44038/44187		Vultee SNV-2 Valiant
				ex-USAAF 44-32011/32160.  Vultee Model 54, Navy version of USAAF BT-13B
				44177 (ex 44-32150) to civil registry as N61483.
44188/44227		Boeing-Canada PB2B-1 Catalina 
				License-built Consolidated PBY-5 built by Boeing Aircraft of Canada Ltd for Lend-Lease to RAF and New Zealand as Catalina IVB.
				44188/44201 (MSN 61094/61107) to RAF as JX586/JX599
				44202 (MSN 61108) to New Zealand Nov 27, 1944 as Catalina IVB NZ4055.   Code letter KN – L   Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji , 27 Nov 44 On 5 Sqn. 
					Precautionary landing due to weather at Laucala Bay, 21 May 51 on 6 Sqn, Hobsonville, 23 Mar 53 – 2 Apr 54 Declared surplus, 
					Withdrawn from service Apr 1954 and stored at Hobsonville.  Declared 
					surplus in 1956 and sold to Jack Sellars, who intended to convert it
					into a pleasure boat.  Towed to Whangateau where wings were removed and
					then taken by road to Wellsford and parked on owner's property.
					Sold to a scrap merchant in late 1960s. 
				44203 (MSN 61109) to New Zealand Nov 1944 as Catalina IVB NZ4056. Code letter KN – F Arrived Laucala Bay, Fiji, 29 Nov 44 On 5 Sqn.. 
					Returned to Hobsonville from Laucala Bay, Fiji Nov 12, 1952 for storage but was declared
					unfit for flying.  SOC at Hobsonville Jan 29, 1953 and reduced to spares.
				44204 (MSN 61110) Lend-Lease to RNZAF as NZ4055
				44205 (MSN 61111) Lend-Lease to RNZAF as NZ4056?
				44206/44219 (MSN 61112/61125) Lend-Lease to RAF as JX600/JX613.
					44217 (MSN 61123, JX611) transferred to RAAF as A24-206. 43 Sqn Mar 9, 1945.20 Sqn Jun 15, 1945. 
						Blown up by depth charges when tethered to buoy at Darwin, Jun 20, 1945.  Whilst refueling and being 
						loaded with multiple 250lb Depth Charges, one was accidentally released, falling through a timber barge and sinking to it 
						pre-set ignition depth, which went off, causing the Catalina to sink, resulting in the other wing mounted depth charges to go 
						off when the aircraft also sank.  Killed two fitters: 
					44218 (MSN 61124, JX612) transferred to RAAF as A24-201.  20 Sqdn Feb 17, 1944.  Sold to Butler Air Trans.
						Oct 21, 1946.  
					44219 (MSN 61125, JX613) transferred to RAAF as A24-204. 20 Sqdn Jan 8, 1945.   Crashed Truscott Area, WA 
						Jan 29, 1945 
				44220 (MSN 61126)
				44221 (MSN 61127)
				44222 (MSN 61128) 
				44223 (MSN 61129) (VRF-3) water-looped on takeoff 5/6/1946 NAS Corpus Christi, TX
				44224/44227 (MSN 61130/61133) to RAF as JX614/JX617
					44224 (MSN 61130, JX614) transferred to RAAF as A24-205. 20 Sqdn Jan 20, 1945.  Crashed on takeoff Darwn
						Aug 9, 1945.
					44225 (MSN 61131, JX615) transferred to RAAF as A24-203.  20 Sqdn Mar 7, 1945.  Failed to return from
						Pescadores Mar 7, 1945. 
					44226 (MSN 61132, JX616) transferred to RAAF as A24-202.  20 Sqdn Feb 17, 1944.  Sold to Butler Air Trans
						Oct 21, 1946.
					44227 (MSN 61133, JX617) transfered to RAAF as A24-200.  3 OTU Dec 2, 1944.  Rathmines Apr 1, 1953.  Sold May 18, 1953.
44228/44294		Boeing-Canada PB2B-2 Catalina 
				License-built Consolidated PBY-5 built by Boeing Aircraft of Canada Ltd, Vancouver, BC 
					for Lend-Lease to RAF and RAAF as Catalina VI.
				44228/44237 to RAF as JX618/627
					44228 (MSN 61134, JX618) to RAAF as A24-305.  3 OTU Feb 16, 1945.  Sold to Asian Airlines Pty
						Jan 30, 1948.  Then to Qantas as VH-EBA.  Scrapped Jul 1953.
					44229 (MSN 61135, JX619) to RAAF as A24-300. 20 Sqn Dec 14, 1944.  112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Apr 3, 1946. 
						Sold to Qantas Empire Airways Oct 28, 1946.
					44230 (MSN 61136, JX620) to RAAF as A24-302.  3 OTU Jan 8, 1945.  Sold to Airmotive Supply
						Corp, NY May 18, 1953.
					44231 (MSN 61137, JX621) to RAAF as A24-303. 20 Sqn Jan 23, 1945.   OTU Sep 20, 1945 Sold to Asian Airlines Pty
						Jan 3, 1948.  Then to Qantas as VH-EBB.  Broken up Feb 1951
					44232 (MSN 61138, JX622) to RAAF as A24-307.  20 Sqn Feb 9, 1945.  3 OTU Jan 17, 1946.  Sold to Airmotive May 18, 1953.
					44233 (MSN 61139, JX623) to RAAF as A24-306.  20 Sqdn Feb 9, 1945.  Sold to Qantas Dec 10, 1946.
					44234 (MSN 61140, JX624) to RAAF as A24-301.  20 Sqdn Dec 31, 1944.  Hit submerged reef and
						sank Dec 3, 1945, Jinamoc
					44235 (MSN 61141, JX625) to RAAF as A24-308.  43 Sqn Mar 9, 1945.  20 Sqn Jun 8. 1945.  Damaged by AAA off 
						Timor Jul 22, 1945.  Comversion Sep 4, 1945
					44236 (MSN 61142, JX626) to RAAF as A24-309.    20 Sqdn Mar 24, 1945.  Sold to Qantas Dec 12, 1946.
					44237 (MSN 61143, JX627) to RAAF as A24-304.  20 Sqdn Feb 7, 1945.  Sold to Poulson and Middlemiss
						Oct 21, 1946.
				44238/44245 (MSN 61144/61151) retained by US Navy.  Several operated by US Army under naval designations and serials.
					44243 (VH-2) crashed and damaged on takeoff from NAF Tanapag, Hawaii Feb 28, 1945 due to JATO malfunction.
					44244 (VH-2) sank when hit by large swell during landing in Philippine Sea, 100 mi W of Alamagan, near Saipan
						7/27/1945, South Pacific.  7 killed 3 injured.
				44246/44280 (MSN 61152/61186) to RAF as JX628/662
					44246 (MSN 61152, JX628) to RAAF as A24-370.  Damaged at Laban Island reef
						Aug 18, 1945.  Scrapped Nov 20, 1945.
					44247 (MSN 61153, JX629) to RAAF as A24-363. 113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Nov 12, 1945.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44248 (JX630, MSN 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 as VH-ASA Frigate Bird II at 
						Powerhouse Museum NSW, Australia.
					44249 (MSN 61155, JX631) to RAAF as A24-373. 42 Sqn Jul 30, 1945.  43 Sqn Nov 30, 1945. Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44250 (MSN 61156, JX632) to RAAF as A24-382.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44252 (MSN 61158, JX634) to RAAF as A24-386.  43 Sqn. S&R Wing/ll GR Sqn Oct 1, 1947.  Sold to Airmotive May 18, 1953.
					44253 (MSN 61159, JX635) to RAAF as A24-378.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Sep 8, 1945.  Loaned to Qantas (VH-EAX)				
						Wrecked Lord Howe Is Jun 24, 1949.
					44254 (MSN 61160, JX636) to RAAF as A24-368.  42 Sqn Jul 3, 1945.  111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Jan 28, 1946.  Involved in Air Sea Rescue standby at Perth 
						in Mar 06-15, 1947 for a Liberator Flight over the Antarctic.  11 Sqn Dec 2, 1948.  Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44255 (MSN 61161, JX637) to RAAF as A24-376.  1 APU Aug 6, 1945.  Sold to Butler Air Transport,
						Oct 11, 1946.
					44256 (MSN 61162, JX638) to RAAF as A24-365.  42 Sqdn Jul 2, 1945.  Crashed SE of Mindanao
						Oct 10, 1945.
					44257 (MSN 61163, JX639) to RAAF as A24-381.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight 1945.  Served with 115 Air Sea Rescue Flight Sep 8, 1945.
						Positioned at Hobart Mar 10-17, 1947 on Air Seas Rescue standby for a Liberator flight over the Antarctic Crashed off Lord How IS
						Sept 28, 1948.
					44258 (MSN 61164, JX640) to RAAF as A24-374. 43 Sqdn Aug 21, 1945.  Sold to Airmotive Mar 18, 1953
					44259 (MSN 61165, JX641) to RAAF as A24-371.  42 Sqn Jul 23, 1945.  20 Sqn Nov 22, 1945.  43 Sqn Jan 14, 1946.
						Sold to Qantas as VH-EDB in 1946
					44260 (MSN 61166, JX642) to RAAF as A24-379. 20 Sqn Sep 10, 1945.  43 Sqn Jan 17, 1946.  114 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 19, 1946 
						Sold to Qantas Oct 11, 1946.
					44261 (MSN 61167, JX643) to RAAF as A24-361.  43 Sqdn Jun 16, 1945.  Sold to Mr F. H. Bridgewater
						Sept 27, 1946.
					44262 (MSN 61168) was to have gone to RAF as JX644, not taken up.  To USAAF
					44263 (MSN 61169, JX645) to RAAF as A24-383. 113 Air Sea Rescue Fligh Aug 24, 945.  3 OtU Jan 10, 1946.
						Sold to Airmotive May 18, 1953.
					44264 (MSN 61170, JX646) to RAAF as A24-366.  43 Sqdn Nov 20, 1945. Sold on civil market to Mr Jackaman
						Dec 13, 1946.  Became P-210 NEI MLD in 1948.   SOC Oct 17, 1949.
					44265 (MSN 61171, JX647) not taken up, to USAAF
					44266 (MSN 61172, JX648) to RAAF as A24-358.  43 Sqdn  May 30, 1945.   Damaged by hailstones at
						Rathmines Apr 25, 1946.  Sold to Capt P. G. Taylor Oct 23, 1946.   Became P-207 NEI MLD in 1947   Soc Aug 24, 1949.
					44267 (MSN 61173, JX649) not taken up, to USAAF
					44268 (MSN 61174, JX650) not taken up, to USAAF
					44269 (MSN 61175, JX651) not taken up, to US Navy
					44270 (MSN 61176, JX652) transferred to RAAF as A24-375. 42 Sqn Aug 27, 1945.  43 Sqn Oct 15, 1945. 
						Sold to Airmotive in 1953.
					44271 (MSN 61177, JX653) not taken up, to US Navy
					44272 (MSN 61178, JX654) not taken up, to USAAF
					44273 (MSN 61179, JX655) not taken up, to US Navy
					44274 (MSN 61180, JX656) not taken up, to US Navy
					44275 (MSN 61181, JX657) not taken up, to US Navy
					44276 (MSN 61182, JX658) not taken up, to US Navy.  (VRF-3) tore loose from mooring and drifted into
						another PB2B-2 and sank near ramp 2/21/1945.
					44277 (MSN 61183, JX659) not taken up, to US Navy 
					44278 (MSN 61184, JX660) to RAAF as A24-352. 3 OTU Apr 12, 1945.  112 Air Sea Rescue Flight May 16, 1946 
						Was not involved in Air Sea Rescue standby at Perth in Mar 1947 as it was at QANTAS for its 360 hour inspection at the time.
						11 Sqn Sep 8, 1949.   Sold to Airmotive May 18, 1953.
					44279 (MSN 61185, JX661) to RAAF as A24-350.  3 OTU Apr 12, 1945.  Sold to Capt P. G. Taylor
						Oct 23, 1946.  Resold to N R Carpenter Pty as VH-ALN,  To Qantas Apr 1949 as VH-EBC, Broken up in Nov 1958
					44280 (MSN 61186, JX662) to RAAF as A24-372.  20 Sqdn Jul 11, 1934.  Loaned to Qantas Feb 5, 1948 as
						VH-EAW.  Exploded Rose Bay, Lord Howe Island Aug 27,1949.
				44281 (MSN 61187) to RAF as JZ828.  To RAAF as A24-353 43 Sqn May 7, 1945.  112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Nov 26, 19/45.  
					111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Sep 2, 1946.  Sold to Australian Aluminium Co., but was broken up Dec 3, 1948 
				44282 (MSN 61188) to RAF as JZ829.  To RAAF as A24-354.  43 Sqn Apr 26, 1945.  42 Sqn Sep 17, 1945.
					112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Nov 26, 1945.  Sold to Qantas Dec 10, 1946 as VH-ALN.
				44283 (MSN 61189) to RAF as JZ830.  To RAAF as A24-380. 113 Air Sea Rescue Flight 1945.  115 Air Sea Rescue Flight Aug 25, 1945.
					11 Sqn Jul 14, 1949 Sold to Airmotive May 18, 1953.
				44284 (MSN 61190) to RAF as JZ831.  To RAAF as A24-357. 43 Sqn May 28, 1945. Sold to Qantas 1946.
				44285 (MSN 61191) to RAF as JZ832.  To RAAF as A24-356.  43 Sqn May 18, 1945.  114 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 20, 1946
					Sold to Mr. Carr Oct 28, 1946.
				44286 (MSN 61192) to RAF as JZ833.  To RAAF as A24-351.  3 OTU Apr 9, 1945.  Sold to Mr A.C.M Jackaman Dec 13, 1946.
					Became P-208 NEI MLD in 1947.   Soc Aug 25, 1949
				44287 (MSN 61193) to RAF as JZ834.  To RAAF as A24-369. 42 Sqdn Jul 5, 1945.  43 sqdn Nov 20, 1945.  Sold to Poulson and
					Middlemiss in 1946 as VH-BRA.  WFS Apr 1953.
				44288 (MSN 61194) to RAF as JZ835.  To RAAF as A25-362.  43 Sqn Jun 1, 1945.   115 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 19, 1946. 
					Sold to Butler Air Transport Oct 11, 1946.  The Historical Aviation Restoration Society (HARS) currently fly Catalina PBY-6A 
					BuNo 46679 VH-PBZ marked as A24-362
				44289 (MSN 61195) to RAF as JZ836.  To RAAF as A24-355. 43 Sqn Apr 14, 1945.  112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Nov 26, 1945 
					To Quantas Dec 10, 1946.  Converted to components
				44290 (MSN 61196) to RAF as JZ837.  To RAAF as A24-377.  20 Sqn Aug 18, 1945.  3 OTU Jan 25, 1946.  
					Sold to Airmotive May 18, 1953
				44291 (MSN 61197) to RAF as JZ838.  To RAAF as A24-364.  42 Sqn Jun 23, 1945.   111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Nov 12, 1945.
					Sold to Poulson and Middlemiss Feb 27, 1947 as VH-BRB.  WFS Jan 1953
				44292 (MSN 61198) to RAF as JZ839.  To RAAF as A24-367.  42 Sqn Jun 23, 1945.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Dec 3, 1945.
					111 Air Sea Rescue Flight May 2, 1946.  Sold to Qantas Oct 11, 1946
				44293 (MSN 61199) to RAF as JZ840.  To RAAF as A24-384.  Sold Oct 22, 1946 to Captain P G Taylor but was never allocated a 
					VH- registration.  Became P-209 NEI MLD in 1947.   Soc Aug 25, 1949.
				44294 (MSN 61200) to RAF as JZ841.  To RAAF as A24-360.  43 Sqn May 30, 1945.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Sep 12, 1945.
					115 Air Sea Rescue Flight Dec 1, 1945.   Sold to Airmotive May 18, 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
				First successful twin-rotor, twin engine helicopter.  First flight Apr 27, 1946.  Was stored in Building 7, 
					Garber facility, NASM, Suitland, MD.  Now on display at Udvar-Hazy Center, NASM, Chantilly, Virginia
44319			Waco LRW-1  
				Waco Aircraft Company model NZR troop glider. USAAF CG-4A transferred for testing by US Marine Corps at MCAS Eagle Mountain Lake, Texas. WFU May43
44320/44354		Taylorcraft LBT-1
				Cancelled contract
44355/44554		Culver TDC-2
				Culver Aircraft Company Cadet LCA modified as a radio controlled target. 
				Production version of the USAAF PQ-8A for use by the US Navy
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 (MSN 8046/8050) ex USAAF 44-47638/47642
				44561/44563 ex USAAF 44-47655/47657
					44561 (MSN 8063)
					44562 (MSN 8064) to French Navy as 44562.  Noted in storage at Rochefort AB in 1974.
					44563 (MSN 8065) to JMSDF as 6402.  
				44564/44581 ex USAAF 44-47717/47735
					44571 (MSN 8132) ex USAAF 44-47724.  Stored Litchefield Park Jun 29, 1954.  To JMSDF in 1957 for spares, 
						no JMSDF serial assigned.
					44573 (MSN 8134) ex USAAF 44-47726.  To N6672, current 2011.
					44575 (MSN 8136) ex USAAF 44-47728.  to Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ
					Ex USAAF 44-47729 (MSN 8137) apparently did not go to US Navy
					44576 (MSN 8138) ex USAAF 44-47730  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ.  Noted stored in Hamilton compound
						in 1971.
					44580 (MSN 8142) ex USAAF 44-47734.  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 (MSN 8143, ex USAAF 44-47735 TC-45J) on civil registry as Hamilton Westwind III with PT6 engines, serial
						number N8794.  Noted wrecked at Tucson, AZ in 1989.
					44582 (MSN 8144) Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-6. US Naval Liaison Batavia, Dutch East Indies [1948].
				44587 Assigned to US Naval Attaché Copenhagen, Denmark May 1951.  Assigned to US Naval Naval Attaché Stockholm, Sweden
				44588 (MSN 8222) ex USAF 44-86963.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N9657.  
					Now on display at March Field Museum, CA displayed in USAF markings as 52-10588.
				44596 (MSN 8261) to JMSDF as 6423
				44597 (MSN 8262) to JMSDF as 6408
				44604 to Haiti AF as 604
				44605 to US Coast Guard.  Also ilsted to Haiti AF as 605
				44607 (MSN 8274) ex USAAF 44-87015.  To N44608.  Preserved at Barbers Point Naval Air Museum.
				44611 (MSN 8348) to JMSDF as 6416. Reserialed 3MSS-21
				44612 (MSN 8349) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87090.  To JMSDF as 6419.  To HL2016
				44616 (MSN 8354) to JMSDF as 6427.
				44617 (MSN 8355) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87096. Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5, redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To MASDC as IC244 Nov 20, 1970.  To US Department of Agriculture, registered N40084 in 1975.
					To USAF Museum, Altus AFB, Oklahome in 1987.
				44626 (MSN 8424) to JMSDF as 6430.
				44627 (MSN 8425) ex USAAF 44-87166.  Stored at Litchfield Park Jun 29,1954.  Transferred to JMSDF for spares.
					No JMSDF serial assigned. 
				44628 (MSN 8426) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87167.  To N69G, registered Surinam Apr 1961 as PZ-TAS
				44629 (MSN 8427) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87168.  To French Navy as 29.  To N61904 in West Germany
				44633 (MSN 8431) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87172.  Transferred to US Coast Guard in 1959 as 44633.
				44638 (MSN 8507) ex USAAF C-45F 44-87247.  to French Navy as 44838, later 38.  To N61908 in West Germany.
				44639 (VR-24) damaged in taxiing accident at RAF Hendon, England Apr 3,1950.
				44647 (MSN 878) ex USAAF 44-87319.  Stored at Litchefield Park May 28, 1954.  To JMSDF as spares Apr 1957, no
					JMSDF serial assigned.
				44648 (MSN 8579) to JMSDF as 6432
				44652 (MSN 8583) to JMSDF as 6421
				44653 (MSN 8584) ex USAAF 44-87325.  Stored at Litchefield Park May 17, 1954.  To JMSDF as spaires Feb 1957, no
					JMSDF serial assigned.
				44654 (MSN 8585) ex USAAF 44-87326.  To US Marine Corps.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1968.  Noted
					derelict at Hamilton ramp in 1976.
				44655 (MSN 8586) ex USAAF 44-87327.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5.  To N2210S.
				44657 (MSN 8588) to JMSDF as 6401
				44658 (MSN 8589) ex USAAF 44-87330.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To N4658 with Southwestern Michigan College, Dowagiac, MI as instructional airframe in 1970.
				44659 (MSN 8590) ex USAAF 44-87331.  Transferred to US Marine Corps.  To French Navy as 59 in 1957.  Noted
					stored at Nimes-Garons AB in 1972.
				44660 (MSN 8591) ex USAAF 44-87332.  To N10577, YC-C-ARD, OB-T-504, OB-ADF-504, OB-LJB-504, OB-QAP-504,
					OB-WBN-504, CP-797.
				44661 made wheels-up landing following loss of power in right engine, Olancha CA, Oct 31, 1947, caught fire. 
					SOC Oct 31, 1947
				44665 (MSN 8596) ex USAAF 44-87337.  To JMSDF as 6409
				44669 (MSN 8601) ex USAAF 44-87342.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ.  Noted in Hamilton compound in 1971.
				44672 (MSN 8604) ex USAAF 44-87345.  To JMSDF as 6431.  To Republic of Korea civil registry as HL2008
				44673 (MSN 8605) ex USAAF 44-87346.  Stored at Litchefield Park Jul 8, 1954.  To JSMSD for spaires Apr 5, 1957.  No
					JMSDF serial assigned.
				44675 (MSN 8607) ex USAAF 44-87348.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ.
					Noted derelict at Hamilton ramp in 1976.
				44676 (MSN 8608) ex USAAF 44-87349.  To French Navy as 44676, later 676. To N61909 in West Germany.  
					On display at Aille ancien le Bourget in France
				44677 (MSN 8609) ex USAAF 44-87350.  Remanufactured as SNB-5, redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC as IC242
					Oct 30, 1970.  To US Department of Agriculture Jul 1974, registered N40073 in 1975.  SOC 1977.
				44682 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 MSN 876/891 acquired by Navy
				44905 (MSN 876) destroyed in training accident at NAF New Bedford, Massacnusettts Apr 18, 1944.
				44906 (MSN 877, ATS-11) w/o in ground collision with J2F-6 32662 at Naval
					Academy Preparatory School (NAPS), Kaneohe, HI Aug 27, 1945.
				44913 MSN 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 MSN 885 (VRF-1) w/o in takeoff accident at Red Bank, NJ Aug 17, 1945
				44917 MSN 888 (CASU-25) w/o in landing accident at NAS Squantum, MA Nov 17, 1944
				44918 MSN 889 w/o in takeoff accident at NAB Miami East, FL Jun 21, 1946
				49919 MSN 890.  Current as N55234N
				49920 MSN 891.  To N4847N, registration cancelled.
44921/44922		Howard GH-3 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P MSN 892/893 acquired by Navy
				49921 MSN 892.  To N74636, current as N66294
44923/44934		Howard NH-1 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P MSN 894/905 acquired by Navy
				49923 (MSN 894) registration as N1886 cancelled Mar 8, 1971
				49924 (MSN 895) currrent as N1202M
				44925 (MSN 896) to civil registry as N1212M, then to CF-NWK in 1961.  Changed to C-FNWK in 2002, current
				44927 (MSN 898) to C-GYWF Apr 1977, cancelled Nov 22, 1982.  Current as N68189.
				44928 (MSN 899) registration as N67801 cancelled Sep 5, 2012.
				44929 (MSN 900) (Instrument Flight Instructor's School) w/o in landing accident at NAS Atlanta, GA Jun 5, 1945
				44930 (MSN 901) registration of n9684H cancelled Sep 18, 2009.
				44931 (MSN 902) registration as N97893 cancelled Sep 12, 2012
				44932 (MSN 903) registration of N1328M cancelled. 
44935/44937		Howard GH-3 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P MSN 906/908 acquired by Navy
				44935 (MSN 906) current as N813.
44938			Howard NH-1 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P MSN 909 acquired by Navy.  W/o at NAS Glenview, IL Sep 8, 1945.  Current as N681CF
44939			Howard GH-3 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P MSN 910 acquired by Navy.  Registration as N1311M expiree Jun 30, 2013.
44940			Howard NH-1 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P MSN 911 acquired by Navy.  Ground looped on landing at Port Columbus, OH Apr 17, 1945
44941/45204		Howard GH-3 Nightingale 
				Howard DGA-15P MSN 912/1176 acquired by Navy
				44944 (MSN 915) registration of N65921 cancelled Oct 9, 2012
				44947 (MSN 918) registered to National Museum of Naval Aviation as N49478, cancelled Aug 10, 2000.  Was preserved
					at USS Lexington Musum On The Bay, Corpus Christi, Texas in US Navy colors.  Moved to Texas Air Museum,
					Stinson field, San Antonio, Texas.  To the Hickory Aviation Museum, in Hickory, NC Sep 2018.
				44948 (MSN 919) registration as N58836 cancelled Aug 30, 2012
				44951 (MSN 922) registration as N52988 cancelled
				44952 (MSN 923) registration as N67632 cancelled.
				44953 (MSN 924) current as N1149V
				44954 (MSN 925) registration as N52991 cancelled Aug 30, 2012
				44955 (MSN 926) current as N115P
				44963 (MSN 934) to N110E, current as N612PG.
				44965 (MSN 936) registration as N71G cancelled May 3, 2013
				44966 (MSN 937) registration as N58825 cancelled Aug 30, 2012
				44969 (MSN 940) registration as N66278 cancelled Oct 11, 2012
				44970 (MSN 941) current as N3347G
				44982 (MSN 953) registration as N74696 cancelled
				44983 (MSN 954) registration as N19229 cancelled Feb 22, 1956
				44984 (MSN 955) registration as N9045H cancelled May 17, 2013
				44987 (MSN 958) to N97B, registration expired Dec 31, 2013
				44988 (MSN 959) registration as N66503 expired Sep 30, 2013
				44990 (MSN 961) registration as N9979H revoked.
				44994 (MSN 965) to N9056H.  Crashed into lake at Skykmoish, Washington Sep 26, 1970.  Registration cancelled.
				44998 (MSN 969) registration as N69284 cancelled Sep 6, 2012
				44999 (MSN 970) registration as N9926H revoked.
				45002 (MSN 973) current as N4675N
				45003 (MSN 974) current as N67191
				45006 (MSN 977) to N5707N, current as N45006
				45007 (MSN 978) current as N5553N
				45008 (MSN 979) current as N79532
				45009 (MSN 980) registration as N1001 expired Sep 30, 2013
				45010 (MSN 981) to CF-OGI in 1962, cancelled Dec 16, 1985.  Current as N981GB
				45012 (MSN 983) registration as N138J cancelled
				45014 (MSN 985) current as N67465
				45017 (MSN 988) registration as N52986.  Damaged in hangar fire Autumn 2013.  Curently undergoing
					repair and full restoration.
				45018 (MSN 989) registration as N67726 cancelled
				45020 (MSN 991) current as N68431
				45022 (MSN 993) registration of N63592 cancelled Nov 5, 2010 on export to South Africa as ZU-FLN
				45024 (MSN 995) current as N58855
				45025 (MSN 996) registration as N67437 cancelled.
				45027 (MSN 998) current as N58856
				45033 (MSN 1004) to N13493, exported to Canada in 1962.  Current as C-FOJN
				45034 (MSN 1005) to N248, to N52979, cancelled May 12, 2011
				45039 (MSN 1010) to N727ST, to N1010, current as N727ST
				45040 (MSN 1011) current as N4638N
				45042 (MSN 1013) current as N9381N
				45044 (MSN 1015) to N58803, current as N26J
				45045 (MSN 1016) to N8943H.  Overshot landing at Pekin, Illinois Jul 1, 1964, registration cancelled May 21, 1965.
				45047 (MSN 1018) current as N52928
				45049 (MSN 1020) current as N2737
				45050/45204 cancelled
45205/45274		Martin PBM-3D Mariner
				45205 from Coco Solo lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 25, 1945
				45207 assigned to CASU(F)-34 lost off Parry Island in west central Pacific Apr 19 1945
				45208 (VP-18) in collision on ramp at Charleston, SC by landing SBD 09747 Apr 27, 1944.  No injuries.
				45210 (VPB-210) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Aug 21, 1944
				45211 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F)-48 off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jun 18, 1945
				45212 (VPB-20) hit by AAA and ditched in Mindoro Strait, Leyte Gulf Dec 26, 1944.  Crew made it to shore
					two days later and were aided by guerillas and were returned by PBY three weeks later.
				45214 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945.
				45215 assigned to CASU(F)-48 Saipan in west central Pzcific May 7, 1945
				45216 (VP-16) missing on combat patrol west of Saipan in central Pacific 6/22/1944.  11 MIA.
					Friendly fire incident from 
				45217 (VPB-18) water-looped on attempted takeoff at Saipan Oct 6, 1944.  No crew injuries, but plane
					sank two hours later.
				45220 (VP-17) caught fire and crashed 20 mi S of Ryan Field, Tucson, AZ Apr 11, 1944.  All crew bailed out
					Also listed as being with VPB-20 and crashing on attempted takeoff at Leyte Gulf Dec 7, 1944
				45224 assigned to POOL San Juan May 2, 1945
				45225 assigned to CASU(F)-34 lost off Parry Island in west central Pacific Jun 18, 1945
				45226 (VP-19) collided with buoy on landing at NAS Alameda, CA Apr 13, 1944.  Crew unhurt.  Aircraft turned
					over to VP-200 and crashed on ferry flight near Eniwetok Sep 5, 1944, killing four of the crew.
				45230 assigned to CASU(F)-34 lost off Parry Island in west central Pacific Jun 19, 1945
				45231 (VH-1) in landing accident in open sea 6/24/1944, Saipan.  Could not be towed, sunk by friendly fire.
					Crew rescued.
				45232 (VH-1) collided with ship in Tanapag Harbor, Saipan Nov 24, 1944.  Transferred to CASU-48 and salvaged
				45234 assigned to CASU(F)-34 lost off Parry Island in west central Paciric Apr 19, 1945
				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.  Survivors picked up by Liberty ship
					SS James D. Doty.
				45239 (VPB-25) ran into engine trouble and landed at sea between Ebeye and Los Negros Nov 26, 1944.
					Was towed by a destroyer to Manus Harbor in southwest Pacific, at which point the plane caught 
					fire and sank. No crew injuries.
				45240 (VP-21) struck underwater coral head when landing just off Parry Island, Eniwetok Bay Sep 1, 1944.
					Plane was run up on the beach to avoid sinking, but high winda and rough seas completely destroyed the plane.
				45241 assigned to BASE B-1 POOL lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Jun 7, 1945
				45242 assigned to CASU(F)-34 lost off Parry Island in west central Pacific Jun 19, 1944
				45243 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 27, 1945
				45244 (VPB-17) DBR in attempted takeoff in Leyte Gulf Mar 3, 1945.  Crew rescued.
				45246 assigned to AA Kaneohe, Hawaii Feb 24, 1945
				45248 (VPB-25) SOC Jun 23, 1945
				45249 (VPB-19) destroyed when ran on the rocks under Mt Suribachi, Iwo Jima Mar 31, 1945
				45250 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45254 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F) 34 for striking Aug 6, 1945.
				45256 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 14, 1945
				45262 (VP-18) hit shallow reef at Saipan and sank Aug 21, 1944.  Crew were uninjured.
				45263 (VP-21) crashed during bomb practice 5/31/1944 Creeds Field, VA.  9 killed.
				45264 (VPB-18) broke away from its mooring in high winds at Saipan and was badly damaged.
				45265 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F) 34 for striking Aug 6, 1945
				45266 (VPB-25) struck reef and burst into flames on takeoff at Mindoro, Leyte Gulf Jan 14, 1945.
					Two killed, 9 survived.
				45267 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F) 34 for striking Aug 6, 1945
				45268 (VPB-25) SOC Jul 11, 1945
				45269 (VPB-25) SOC Jun 23, 1945
				45271 assigned to ACORN-30 POOL lost off Jinamoc in Philippines Jun 2, 1945
				45274 delivered as XPBM-6
45275/45276		Martin XPBM-5 Mariner
45277/45404		Martin PBM-3D Mariner
				45277 (VPB-25) lost engine over China Sea and made open sea landing Jan 16, 1945.  Entire crew rescued, 
					but plane was lost.
				45279 (VPB-216) stalled and crashed on landing after test flight in Kossol Passage, west central
					Pacific Oct 18, 1944.  2 crew killed.  Aircraft SOC
				45280 (VPB-20) shot down by Japanese Hamp fighter 15 mi SW of Los Negros Island in Leyte Gulf Dec 24, 1944.
					Made landing in open sea, plane was sunk, and crew made it to shore.  Crew was rescued without
					casualties.
				45281 (VPB-17) ran into reef while taxiing near Dio Island, San Pedro Bay Mar 5, 1945.  SOC Mar 7, 1945
				45282 (VP-16) in hard landing accident at Palau in central Pacific Sep 26, 1944 and sank.  Crew unhurt.
				45283 (VP-21) overshot landing and crashed up on the beach at NAAS Harvey Point, NC.  All crew OK, but aircraft caught
					fire and burned and was SOC.
				45268 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jul 11, 1945
				45287 (VPB-19) crashed in open sea due to engine failure 20 mi NNW of Kawela Bay, Hawaii. 
					All but one of the crew were killed.
				45288 (VPB-20) forced by engine failure to land at southern tip of Samar Island at entrance to Leyte Gulf
					Dec 2, 1944.  Hit reef and had to be surveyed.
				45289 assigned to SEAPLANE BASE lost off Manus in west central Pacific Jul 21, 1945
				45290 assigned to CASU(F)-34 Parry Island in west central Pacific Jul 4, 1945
				45291 assigned to CASU(F)-34 Parry Island in west central Pacific Jul 4, 1945
				45290 assigned to CASU(F)-34 Parry Island in west central Pacific Jul 4, 1945
				45294 assigned to AA Kaneohe, Hawaii Feb 24, 1945
				45295 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45296 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F)-48 off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jun 27, 1945
				45297 (VPB-22) attached to USS Keneth Whiting (AV-14) sank while taxiing at Palau in central Pacific Dec 25, 1944
				45299 (VPB-22) made dead-stick landing Eniwetok and sunk while under tow Feb 24, 1945.
				45300 (VPB-22) attached to USS Keneth Whiting (AV-14) SOC Dec 12, 1944 due to water damage during takeoff
				45301 (VPB-25) suffered engine failure Leyte Gulf Jan 1, 1945 but made it back to base
				45304 (VPB-21) attached to USS Chandeleur (AV-10) damaged while landing to pick up survivors 600 mi from Kossol Passage.  
					Crashed while attempting to take off Oct 27, 1944.  One crewman killed, rest of crew picked up 2 days later.
				45305 (VPB-25) suffered engine failure Leyte Gulf Jan 1, 1945 but made it back to base
				45307 (VPB-21) torn from buoy by high winds at Palau and sank Nov 7, 1944.  One crewman killed.
				45308 (VPB-22) attached to USS Keneth Whiting (AV-14) could not dislodge bombs from bomb bay and made night landing at 
					Palau, on landing bomb jolted loose and blew off the tail Dec 14, 1944. 3 minor injuries, 10 others survived 
					with no injuries
				45309 (VPB-25) damaged by AAA and made forced landing near Tam Quam, Indochina Jan 26, 1945.  All crew
					members reached shore.  One crewman escaped by submarine.  8 of the remaining 10 crew members eventually
					killed or executed by the Japanese.  2 became POW.
				45310 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jul 11, 1945
				45312 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F) 34 for striking Aug 6, 1945
				45313 (VPB-25) damaged on seaplane ramp at Jinamoc, Leyte Gulf, Philippines Mar 13, 1945.  Aircraft SOC
				45314 assigned to CASU(F)-46 Saipan west central Pacific Jul 28, 1945
				45316 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 17, 1945.
				45317 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45318 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii May 29, 1945
				45319 (VPB-25) SOC Jun 14, 1945.
				45321 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F)-48 off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jun 27, 1945
				45322 (VPB-22) made forced landing off Ulithi in west central Pacific Dec 28, 1944.  Put under tow by
					USS Chincoteague (AVP-24) and towed back to base.
				45328 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 30, 1945
				45329 (VP-26) damaged in rough landing at Harvey Point, NC Jul 24, 1944.  Repaired.  Assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam
					Jun 30, 1945
				45330 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 19, 1945
				45331 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45332 (VP-20) lost engine and landed in open sea off Hawaii Sep 13, 1944.  Lost and sank during towing operation
					next day.
				45333 (VPB-22) destroyed by fire while refuelling at Peleliu Dec 30, 1944.
				45334 (VPB-17) struck coral reef during takeoff Jinamoc, Philippines Apr 7, 1945.  DBR and SOC Apr 14, 1945.
				45335 (VPB-25) struck reef while taxiing at Mangarin Bay, Mindoro Feb 5, 1945.  Aircraft SOC.
				45336 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45337 (VPB-25) SOC Jimamoc in Philippines Jun 14, 1945
				45339 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45340 assigned to CASU(F)-34 Parry Island in west central Pacific Jul 30, 1945
				45341 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F)-48 off Ulithi in west central Pacific Aug 6, 1945
				45342 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F) 34 for striking Aug 6, 1945
				45344 (VPB-21) forced by engine failure to make hard landing at sea 480 mi from Eniwetok Oct 2, 1944.
					Crew abandoned the aircraft, aircraft sank after 3 minutes.  Crew was rescued.
				45347 assigned to AA Kaneohe, Hawaii Mar 19, 1945
				45348 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45350 assigned to CASU(F)-48 Saipan in west central Pacific May 7, 1945
				45351 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45352 (VPB-17) damaged in force landing due to engine trouble in Guimaraes Strait, Leyte Gulf Mar 19, 1945.
					Towed to Tiguan, Panay but could not be saved.
				45353 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45357 assigned to CASU(F)-34 Parry Island in west central Pacific Jul 30. 1945
				45358 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F) 34 for striking Aug 6, 1945
				45360 (VPB-22) transferred to CASU(F) 34 for striking Aug 6, 1945
				45361 (VPB-16) damaged when attempted to take off in stormy conditions in Kossol Passage, Palau Islands
					Nov 7, 1944.  Plane sank, but crew safely evacuated.
				45362 (VPB-21) lost power and dragged its mooring during typhoon and collided with Liberty ship John Derre
					at Palau Nov 7, 1944.  Broke up and sank, crew was rescued.
				45363 (VP-26) forced landing in Monterey Bay Sep 4, 1944 due to engine failure.  Major damage
				45365 assigned to CASU(F)-48 Saipan in west central Pacific May 7, 1945
				45366 (VPB-22) purposely sunk due to mechanical failure at Kossol Passage, Palau Island, Western Carolines May 7, 1945
				45368 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 18, 1945
				45370 assigned to Seaplane Base lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Jul 21, 1945
				45372 assigned to Base B-1 Pool lost off Manus in southwest Pacifc Jun 21, 1945
				45374 assigned to CASU(F)-69 Jinamoc in Philippines Aug 8, 1945  
				45376 (VPB-20) hit by AAA and ditched in Mindoro Strait, Leyte Gulf Dec 26, 1944.  Crew reached
					Canipo Island two days later and were aided by guerillas and were picked up by a PBY three
					weeks later.
				45378 (VPB-28) hit reef near buoy the plane was going to tie up to in Lingayen Gulf, Mar 13, 1945.
				 	Crew safe, but plane sank and was SOC.
				45379 (VPB-28) lost off Philippines Jul 2, 1945 due to collision with obstacle.
				45380 (VPB-28) SOC Jinamoc Jul 15, 1945.
				45381 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 19, 1945
				45382 (VPB-28) crashed on landing at sea off Kaneohe, Hawaii Dec 12, 1944.  6 killed, 3 survived.
				45383 (VP-28) damaged when port waist gunner accidently fired a burst into the port aileron Aug 17, 1944.  Forced
					to land at sea off Harvey Point, NC.  Taxied close to base and then towed in.
				45384 (VPB-28) SOC Jinamoc Jul 15, 1945
				45385 assigned to CASU(F)-60 Jinamoc in Philippines Aug 8, 1945
				45386 (VPB-19) landed to pick up downed F4U pilot off Parry Island in west central Pacific Dec 5, 1944 and took 
					the survivor onboard. Could not take off due to heavy seas and crew and survivor were taken aboard USS Cloues.  
					Aircraft was damaged during tow and had to be sunk by gunfire.
				45387 (VPB-28) forced to land in open seas in Mindoro Straits off Philippines Mar 26, 1945.  Crew rescued by destroyer, 
					plane sunk by gunfire
				45388 (VPB-28) lost in Lingayen Gulf Mar 8, 1945
				45389 assigned to CASU(F)-60 Jinamoc in Philippines Aug 8, 1945
				45390 assigned to CASU(F)-60 Jinamoc in Philippines Aug 8, 1945
				45391 (VPB-28) landed in open seas to pick up survivors off China coast Jun 30, 1945.  Damaged during takeoff
					but made it back to base, but was SOC the next day.
				45392 (VPB-28) SOC Jinamoc Jul 21, 1945
				45393 (VPB-28) SOC Jinamoc Jul 15, 1945
				45394 (VPB-28) SOC Jinamoc Aug 5, 1945
				45395 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc Jun 26, 1945
				45398 (VPB-22) made emergency landing at Enr Kossol Nov 30, 1944. Could not be put back in operation and SOC
					Dec 1, 1944
				45399 (VPB-25) lost in Leyte Gulf Feb 19, 1945
				45400 assigned to CASU(F)-60 Jinamoc in Philippines Aug 8, 1945
				45402 assigned to CASU(F)-34 Parry Island in west central Pacific Jul 30, 1945
45405/45444		Martin PBM-5 Mariner
				45410 scrapped due to unstable flight characteristics at Okinawa
					Jul 13, 1945
				45412 assigned to CASU(F)-48 Saipan in west central Pacific Aug 7, 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.
				45416 (VPB-21) attached to USS Chandeleur (AV-10) made crash landing Kerema Rhetto due to engine failure Jun 5, 1945.  
					Crew abandoned the plane, which sank within six minutes after the landing.
				45417 (VPB-208) sunk while taxiing at Utithi after engine repairs Mar 17, 1945.  Raised two days later but
					sank again while trying to beach it.   Aircraft had to be salvaged.
				45419 (VPB-21) hit reef while taxiing at Kerene Rhetto Apr 2, 1945. Plane was abandoned and sank, crew was
					rescued.
				45420 to US Coast Guard.  Original Navy serial was kept.
				45422 (VPB-208) destroyed in crash due to engine fire into San Francisco Bay Nov 21, 1944.  
					3 killed, 6 survived.
				45423 (VPB-208) lost at sea Jun 20, 1945 when ran out of fuel and made open sea landing.  Crew rescued,
					aircraft scuttled and sunk.
				45430 (VPB-26) while loading a special ordnance device, the device slipped and fell into the water and
					exploded Feb 22, 1945 and plane sank at Eniwetok.  No injuries.
				45432 (VPB-26) damaged when struck uncharted reef at Saipan Apr 13, 1945.  Transferred to CASU(F) 48 which
					recommended that the aircraft be SOC.
				45435 crashed in bad weather in Mexico while flying back to CGAS San Diego Feb 22, 1947.
					10 on board killed, 2 survived.
				45439 (VPB-26) damaged in taxi accident at Kerema Rhetto Jun 9, 1945.  SOC Jun 16, 1945
				45442 (VPB-208) damaged during attempted takeoff at Kerema Rhetto, sunk Jul 15, 1945.
				45444	(VPB-208) damaged in takeoff at Kerema Rhetto Jul 15, 1945. 
					Removed from storage at NAS Norfolk, VA, 1952 and sold to US Coast Guard for $9. Flown to Elizabeth City, NC for 
					restoration.   Assigned to USCG Detachment at NOB Bermuda Oct52.
45445/46444		General Motors TBM-1C Avenger
				Built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
				Most of these are from BuNos! by Douglas E. Campbell
				45445 assignet to 2st MAW lost off Torokina in south Pacific Dec 11, 1944
				45446 (VC-68) attached to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 1, 1944
				45447 (VC-14) attached to USS Hoggatt Bay (CVE-750 lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jul 14, 1944
				45448 (VT-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) in central Pacific Oct 14, 1944
				45450 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 4, 1944
				45452 assigned to CASU(F)-13 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Feb 20, 1945
				45454 (VMTB-232) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Nov 21, 1944
				45456 (VC-3) attached to USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Apr 18, 1944
				45458 assigned to ARU SOLS in south Pacific May 4, 1944
				45460 (VMTB-131) lost off Guam in west central Pacific Dec 22, 1944
				45461 (VT-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 11, 1944
				45462 (VT-3) attached to USS Ranger (CV-4) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 18, 1944
				45463 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 30, 1945
				45464 assigned to CASU(F)-13 Ponam in southwest Pacific Dec 4, 1944
				45468 (VC-5) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jun 4, 1944
				45470 (VT-99) lost off Guam Mar 21, 1945
				45474 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Jul 26, 1945
				45481 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL402.  No record of fate
				45491 (VC-55) attached to USS Block Island (CVE-21) lost in north Atlantic Jun 1, 1944 when ship sank
				45496 (VT-86) attached to USS Wake Island (CVE-65) lost off Norfolk, VA Sep 22, 1944
				45497 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL454.  No record of fate
				45499 (VT-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Oct 7, 1944
				45504 (VC-12) attached to USS Card (CVE-11) lost in north Atlantic Jun 29, 1944
				45506 (VT-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Luzon in Philippines Nov 6, 1944
				45507 (VT-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Haimahera in southwest Pacific Sep 21, 1944
				45508 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				45509 (VT-35) attached to USS Chenango (CVE-28) lost off Kwajelein in central Pacific Jun 5, 1944
				45510 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 22, 1944
				45511 Taken on charge feb 25, 1944, 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
				45512 assigned to CASU(F)-13 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				45516 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				45517 assigned to CASU(F)-47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 29, 1945
				45519 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost off Samar in Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				45521 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost in Mindoro Strait off Philippines Jan 4, 1945 when ship sank
				45522 (VT-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jun 16, 1944
				45523 (VT-11) lost off Molokai in east central Pacific Aug 8, 1944
				45524 (VMTB-134) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Dec 2, 1944
				45525 (VT-37) attache to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Aug 12, 144
				45527 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Jul 26, 1945
				45529 (VT-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Oct 11, 1944
				45532 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE077) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jan 1, 1945
				45534 (VT-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26( lost off Rota in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				45536 (VJ-2) lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Apr 24, 1945
				45537 assigned to AROU-2 lost off Samar in Philippines Jul 13, 1945
				45538 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45539 (VT-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost W of saipan in central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				45542 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				45543 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 9, 1945
				45546 disappeared Aug 31, 1944 while on flight from Renard Field
					to Lunga field, 16th Field depot, Guadalcanal.  3 crew missing.  SOC Sep 4, 1944
				45549 (VT-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost off Guam Jul 9, 1944
				45550 (VC-11) lost off deck of USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				45551 (VMTB-131) lost off Guam Dec 22, 1944
				45552 (VT-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 18, 1944
				45553 (VC-65) attached to USS St Lo (CVE-63) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				45554 (VC-27) attached to USS Savo Island (CVE-76) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				45555 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii May 17, 1944
				45556 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 16, 1944
				45558 (VT-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 22, 1944
				45560 (VT-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank.
				45561 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				45562 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				45563 assigned to CASU-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Oct 4, 1944
				45566 (VC-14) attached to USS Hoggatt Bay (CVE-750 lost off Marianas in central Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				45567 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				45568 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 12, 1945
				45569 (VC-27) attached to USS Savo Island (CVE-78) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 23, 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.
				45593 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jun 19, 1944
				45594 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 9, 1945
				45595 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 20, 1945
				45596 (VC-27) attached to USS Savo Island (CVE-78) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jan 15, 1945
				45598 (VT-22) lost off Hawaii Jul 12, 1944
				45599 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				45602 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				45608 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL456.  No record of fate
				45610 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 12, 1945
				45613 (VC-9) attached to USS Solomons (CVE-67) lost off Recife in south Atlantic Jun 15, 1944
				45618 (VT(N)-41) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Luzon in Philippines Dec 14, 1944
				45619 (VT(N)-41) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 3, 1944
				45626 ditched into Lake Erie just after take off from NAS Gross Ile Aug 30, 1945.  Recovered but SOC
				45628 (VC-3) attached to USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Apr 28, 1944
				45629 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Cebu in Philippines Sep 13, 1944
				45630 (VT-22) lost off Hawaii Aug 15, 1944
				45632 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost of Palau in central Pacific Sep 13, 1944
				45635 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL406.  No record of fate
				45636 (VC-14) attached to USS Hoggatt Bay (CVE-75) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 14, 1944
				45639 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Okinawa Oct 7, 1944
				45640 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Luzon in Philippines Sep 22, 1944
				45641 attached to CASU035 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45642 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Okinawa Oct 8, 1944
				45644 assigned to AROU-1 lost off Momote in southwest Pacific Jul 20 1945
				45645 converted to XTBM-3 with trial installation of Wright R-2600-20
				45646 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				45647 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				45649 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				45650 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				45651 (VJ-7) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 25, 1945
				45652 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 31, 1944
				45653 (VT-39) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost Jan 12, 1945
				45654 (VT-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Yap in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				45655 assigned to CASU-42) lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Oct 13, 1944
				45657 (VT-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 14, 1944
				45658 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jun 18, 1944
				45660 (VMTB-232) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Dec 7, 1944
				45661 (VJ-9) lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Jun 27, 1945
				45663 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off China coast Jan 16, 1945
				45666 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 18, 1944
				45667 (VT-18) lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Jul 8, 1944
				45668 (VT-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Guam Jul 21, 1944
				45670 (VT-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jul 5, 1944
				45675 assigned to AR & OH lost at Manus in southwest Pacific Dec 7, 1944
				45676 (VT-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 15, 1944
				45677 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost off Palau in central Pacifc Sep 18, 1944
				45678 (VC-20) attached to USS Kadashan Bay (CVE-76) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				45679 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 23, 1944
				45684 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Okinawa Oct 8, 1944
				45687 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 14, 1945
				45688 assigned to Pool Guadalcanal Sep 18, 1944
				45689 (VT-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				45690 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Okinawa Oct 3, 1944
				45691 assigned to CASU(F)=47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 29 1945
				45692 (VT-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				45694 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 3, 1944
				45696 (VT-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 30 1945
				45697 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				45698 (VT-4) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Luzon in Philippines Nov 5, 1944
				45702 (VT-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Oct 11, 1944
				45713 (VT-86) attached to USS Wake Island (CVE-65) lost off Norfolk, VA Sep 22, 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.
				45718	(VC-42) pushed overboard when TBM-1C BuNo 25484 crashed into it on landing USS Bogue off Bermuda Jul 26, 1944
				45728 (VT-80) attached to USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) forced landing in water Gulf of Paria, 
					Trinidad, West Indies Jul 13, 1944. Crew rescue by PBY-5 08072.
				45741 (VT-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 14, 1944
				45749 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jan 14, 1945
				45757 assigned to CSSU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45759 (VT-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				45763 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Okinawa Oct 10, 1944
				45766 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL457.  No record of fate
				45769 (VT-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				45773 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Sep 21, 1944
				45782 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) On November 5, 1944 took off from USS Essex CV-9 at 1:00pm 
					piloted by Lt. Robert Cosgrove armed with a mark 13, mod 6 aerial torpedo. One of six Avengers 
					participating in strike #4A leading the torpedo bomber strike against Japanese vessels in Manila Bay.
					Flying at an altitude of 10,000', the formation included eight F6F Hellcats from VF-15 plus 
					seven SB2C dive bombers from VB-15. Also participating were VF-19, VB-19 and VT-19 from USS 
					Ticonderoga CV-14.The weather was .3 overcast at 4,000-5,000'.
					Approaching the target area from the northeast, the Avengers broke off from the formation to 
					circle Manila Bay that was crowded with transports and warships before making torpedo 
					attacks from west to east. This Avenger made a torpedo run from 800' releasing 3,000 yards 
					off the starboard beam of an unidentified light cruiser off Cavite.
					Just as the torpedo was released, this Avenger was hit by medium anti-aircraft fire in the rear 
					gunners position and fuselage. Aboard gunner AMM2c Loyce E. Deen was fatally wounded and 
					died at his position. Damaged, Lt. Cosgrove did not observe the wake of his torpedo nor 
					an explosion before withdrawing to the west.
					After sucessfully landing at 4:43pm Deen's body was trapped inside due to the damage and was 
					unable to be removed. His fingerprints were taken and dog tags removed and a shroud placed 
					over the turret. With the wings folded, this Avenger was towed to the stern of the carrier 
					for a memorial service by the chaplin on the wing of the plane. Many crew members looked on 
					including Captain Carlos W. Wieber, Commanding Officer (C. O.) of USS Essex. At the conclusion 
					of the ceremony, men pushed this Avenger off the stern where the aircraft floated briefly before sinking.
					(Pacific Wrecks)
				45783 (VT-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVl-28) lost off Chichi Jima in central Pacific Oct 4, 1944
				45785 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				45788 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Cebu in Philippines Sep 12, 1944
				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.   Salvaged Aug 13, 1991
				45799 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				45800 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost in west central Pacific Nov 22, 1944
				45802 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost off Hawaii Sep 19, 1944
				45805 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Guam Jul 18, 1944
				45810 (VT-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Palau in central Pacfic Jul 27, 1944
				45812 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 6, 1945
				45813 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Visayan in Philippines Sep 13, 1944
				45814 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Oct 22, 1944
				45816 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Jul 26, 1945
				45817 (VMTB-232) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jan 26, 1945
				45818 (VT-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Jan 9, 1945
				45819 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jun 25, 1944
				45820 (VC-83) lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Aug 2, 1944
				45825 (VC-76) attached to USS Petrof Bay (CVE-80) lost off San Bernadino in Philippines Oct 25 1944
				45829 assigned to CASU(F)-16 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				45832 (VT-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank.
				45835 (VMTB-232) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Nov 1, 1944
				45836 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				45837 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1944
				45841 assigned to CASU-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Oct 12, 1944
				45842 (VT-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				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.
				45866 (VT-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Visayan in Philippines Sep 13, 1944
				45869 (VC-66) attached to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost off Morotai in Philippines Sep 20, 1944
				45870 assigned to NACTU lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 14, 1945
				45871 (VC-19) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost off Bermuda Aug 17, 1944
				45876 (VC-13) attached to USS Core (CVE-13) lost off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
				45878 (VC-6) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE=64) lost off Recife, Brazil Aug 16, 1944
				45879 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Manila in Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				45896 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 5, 1945
				45899 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				45900 (VT-20) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off French Indochina Jan 12, 1945
				45901 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Aug 2, 1944
				45903 (VC-13) attached to USS Core (CVE-13) lost off Bermuda Sep 4, 1944
				45904 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost off Peeleliu in central Pacific Sep 10, 1944
				45905 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				45907 (VC-69) attached to USS Mission Bay (CVE-59) lost off Cuba Jan 6, 1945
				45908 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 21, 1944
				45910 (VT-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 13, 1944
				45911 (CVG-100) lost off Hawaii Apr 24, 1945
				45913 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Palus in central Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				45919 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost off Palus in central Pacific Aug 31, 1944
				45921 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45922 (VT-80) attached to USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) crashed on takeoff Gulf of Paria, Trinidad 
					Jul 4, 1944.  Crew rescued
				45924 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				45926 (VMTB-134) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				45927 (VMTB-134) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific May 9, 1945
				45928 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Marahalls in central Pacific Aug 2, 1944
				45932 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 26, 1944
				45933 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Sep 21, 1944
				45935 VC-65) attached to USS St Lo (CVE-63) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 5, 1944 when ship sank
				45937 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 9, 1945
				45938 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 30, 1945
				45940 (Torpedo Squadron 1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) shot down over Guam July 25, 1944.  4 crew KIA.
				45941 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 31, 1945
				45944 (VT-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 18, 1944
				45945 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Aug 3, 1944
				45946 (VMTB-134) MIA S of Ngergong, Peleiu in west central Pacific Nov 10, 18944
				45947 (VT-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Mindanao Sea in Philippines Sep 10, 1944
				45948 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 19, 1944
				45950 (VT-80) suffered engine failure and made water landing on return from Iwo Jima Feb 19, 1945.
					Crew rescued.
				45954 (VT-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 30, 1945
				45955 (VT-47) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Nov 21, 1944
				45956 (VC-21)  attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 20, 1944
				45957 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL459.  No record of fate
				45959 (VC-66) attached to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost off Morotai in Philippines Sep 20, 1944
				45961 (VT-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				45963 assigned to SERVRON-11 lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific May 19, 1945
				45964 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				45965 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Jul 26, 1945
				45966 (VMTB-134) crash landed in swamp Peleliu Jun 5, 1945.  Crew survived.
				45967 (VJ-7) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 14, 1945
				45968 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 9, 1945
				45970 (VT-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 16, 1944
				45971 (VT-100) lost off Hawaii Oct 14, 1944
				45972 believe to have been reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL460.  No record of fate
				45973 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Jul 26, 1945
				45976 assigned to CASU(F)-14 Saipan Jun 30, 1945
				45979 assigned to AROU-2 lost off Samar in Philippines Jul 25, 1945
				45980 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				45982 (VC-13) attached to USS Kasaan Bay (CVE-69) lost off Hawaii Dec 4, 1944
				45986 (VC-6) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Cape Verde in north Atlantic Sep 27, 1944
				45990 (VC-6) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Cape Verde in north Atlantic Sep 28, 1944
				46003 (VT(N)-90) lost of Barbers Point, Hawaii Oct 30, 1944
				46006 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 9, 1945
				46008 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 12, 1945
				46009 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Aug 3, 1944
				46010 (VT-81) lost off Hawaii Sep 15, 1944
				46011 (VT-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf off Philippines Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				46013 (VT-81) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lsot off Ulithi in west central Pacific Nov 24, 1944
				46015 (VC-77) attached to USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) lost off Philippines Dec 11, 1944
				46016 (VC-20) attached to USS Kadashan Bay (CVE-79) lost off Gilberts in central Pacific Aug 19, 1944
				46017 assigned to AA Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 30, 1944
				46018 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost in Mindoro Strait off Philippines Jan 4, 1945 when ship sank
				46019 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 26, 1944
				46020 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
				46021 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 13, 1944
				46022 assigned to CASU(F)-18 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				46023 (VT-83) lost off Hawaii Nov 23, 1944
				46024 (VT-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 18, 1944
				46025 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
				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
				46030 (VT-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Formosa Jan 15, 1945
				46031 (VT-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Manila in Philippines Oct 17, 1944
				46032 (VC-77) attached to USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) lost off Philippines Dec 23, 1944
				46033 (VT-100) lost off Hawaii Oct 30, 1944
				46034 (VC-93) lost off Hawaii Dec 23, 1944
				46035 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 20, 1945
				46037 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost in Mindoro Strait off Philippines Jan 4, 1945 when ship sank.
				46038 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL995.  No record of fate
				46039 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Luzon in Philippines Dec 15, 1944
				46041 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Luzon in Philippines Nov 5, 1944
				46042 (VT-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 13, 1944
				46043 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				46044 (VT-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 3, 1944
				46045 (VC-83) attached to USS Sargent Bay (CVE-83) lost off Chichi Jima Mar 3, 1945
				46046 assigned to CASU(F)-47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 24, 1945
				46047 assigned to COMPHIB in Philippines Jul 31, 1945
				46049 (VC-3) attached to USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) lost off Palus in southwest Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				46051 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 30, 1945
				46052 (VC-77) attached to USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 25, 1944
				46053 (VT-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46055 assigned to AROU-2 lost off Samar in Philippines Jul 16, 1945
				46056 (VC-13) assigned to USS Anzio (CVE-57) lost off Okinawa Mar 28, 1945
				46057 (VC-77) attached to USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jan 20, 1945
				46058 (VT-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Formosa Jan 3, 1945
				46060 (VT-2) lost off Philippines Sep 21, 1944
				46062 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				46063 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Okinawa Oct 5, 1944
				46065 (VC-82) attached to USS Anzio (CVE-57) lost off Luzon in Philippines Jan 17, 1945
				46067 (VT-44) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 18, 1944
				46068 (VT-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				46072 (VT-99) lost off Marshalls in west central Pacific Feb 27, 1945
				46074 (VT-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 12, 1944
				46075 (VC-77) attached to USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) lost off Iwo Jima Feb 20, 1945
				46078 (VT-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Manila in Philippines Oct 18, 1944
				46080 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46081 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 13, 1944
				46083 (VT-20) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Formosa Jan 4, 1945
				46084 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Yagyi Jima in west central Pacific Oct 10, 1944
				46085 (VT-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Iwo Jima  Sep 1, 1944
				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.
				46114 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Manila in Philippines Oct 12, 1944
				46122 regisered in 1954 to Paul Mantz Air Service of Los Angeles, CA as
					N9394H and used for fireboming experiments.
				46130 to civil registry as N93227 Apr 30, 1946.  Cancelled May 10, 1949
				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 (VT-45) lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46172 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 14, 1944
				46173 (VT-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				46174 assigned to AROU-1 lost off Momote in southwest Pacific Jul 20, 1945
				46175 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
				46176 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				46178 (VT-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46180 assigned to CASU(F)-13 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Apr 3, 1945
				46181 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL503.  No record of fate
				46184 assigned to CASU(F)-47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 15, 1945
				46185 to VC-82 China Lake.  Crashed Jun 25, 1944 when a 5-inch rocket explodes as it was fired,
					blowing off 8 feet of the starboard wing.
				46189 (VC-77) attached to US Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) lost off Iwo Jima Mar 2, 1945
				46191 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Guam Jul 13, 1944
				46192 (VC-65) attached to USS St Lo (CVE-63) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944 when ship sank
				46193 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost of Cebu in Philippines Sep 12, 1944
				46194 (VT-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 25, 1944 due to deck loss, Kamikaze
				46195 (VT-29) lost off Hawaii Aug 24, 1944
				46196 (VC-76) attached to USS Petrof Bay (CVE-80) lost off New Guinea Dec 19, 1944
				46200 (CV-76) attached to USS Petrof Bay (CVE-80) lost off San Barnadino in Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				46201 (VC-5) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				46202 (VC-5) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				46203 (VC-21) crashed off USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) Aug 8, 1944 off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
				46204 (VT-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 26, 1944
				46205 (VC-10) attaxhed to USS Gambier bay (CVE-73) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46206 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				46207 (VC-75) attached to USS Ommaney Bay (CVE-79) lost in Mindoro Strait off Philippines Jan 4, 1945 when ship sank
				46210 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 21, 1944
				46211 (VT-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Luzon in Philippines Dec 15, 1944
				46212 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 22, 1944
				46213 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok. Another report says attached to VC-13 and
					attached to USS Anzio (CVE-57) and lost off Okinawa Apr 1, 1945
				46214 (VT-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) shot down near Chichi Jima Sep 2, 1944.  Pilot was Lt JG George H. W. Bush, 
					future president of USA.  He was rescued by a submarine.  The other two crewmen were lost.
				46215 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.  Another report states that it was with VT-2 and
					attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) and lost off Guam Jul 18, 1944
				46216 assitned to AA&RH Hawaii Feb 22, 1945
				46218 (VC-27) attached to USS Savo Island (CVE-78) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jan 15, 1945
				46219 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost off peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				46221 (VC-76) attached to USS Petrof Bay (CVE-80) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 12, 1944
				46225 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 28, 1944
				46227 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				46228 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 9, 1945
				46229 assigned to CASU(F)-47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 24, 1945
				46230 assigned to SEVRON-11 Peleliu in west central Pacific May 19, 1945
				46232 assigned to AR&OH Manus in southwest Pacific Dec 7, 1944
				46233 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Oct 21, 1944
				46235 (VT-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46236 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Palus in southwest Pacific Sep 8, 1944
				46237 (VC-76) attached to USS Petrof Pay (CVE-80) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 22, 1944
				46239 (VT-45) lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46240 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46241 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				46242 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 13, 1944
				46243 assigned to CASU(F)-14 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 30, 1945
				46244 (VC-6) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Cape Verde in north Atlantic Sep 27, 1944
				46247 (VT(N)-41) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Okinawa Oct 11, 1944
				46252 (VC-69) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost in north Atlantic Oct 26, 1944
				46255 (VT(N)-41) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Oct 3, 1944
				46257 (VT(N)-40) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off French Indochina Jan 13, 1945
				46263 (VC-6) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Brazil Aug 6, 1944
				46264 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 30, 1945
				46265 (VC-58) attached to USS Core (CVE-13) lost in North Atlantic Feb 1, 1945
				46270 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 5, 1945
				46274 (VF(N)-102) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 13, 1944
				46276 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46278 (VC-36) attached to USS Croatan (CVE-25) lost off Bermuda Jan 25, 1945
				46279 (VC-36) attached to USS Mission Bay (CVE-59) lost in north Atlantic Oct 6, 1944
				46281 (VC-36) attached to USS Mission Bay (CVD-59) lost in north Atlantic Oct 4, 1944
				46283 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 8, 1945
				46287	(VC-13) Ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
				46288 (VC-42) attched to USS Bogue (CVE-9) lost in north Atlantic Sep 16, 1944
				46290 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 20, 1945
				46291 (VT-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Dec 10, 1944
				46293 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944 
				46294 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46297 (VT-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				46298 assigned to NACTU attached to USS Saratoga (CV-3) lost off Hawaii Jan 12, 1945
				46299 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Jun 20, 1945
				46300 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in South China Sea Jan 14, 1945
				46302 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				46303 (VT-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				46304 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46305 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 20, 1945
				46306 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				46307 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 19, 1944
				46308 (VT-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-26) lost off Formosa Jan 3, 1945
				46310 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				46311 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Luzon in Philippines Nov 25, 1944
				46312 assigned to CASU(F)-51  lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jan 30, 1945
				46314 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 12, 1945
				46315 (VC-65) attached to USS St Lo (CVE-63) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46316 (VT-19) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				46318 (VC-66) attached to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost off Palau in central Pacific Sep 27, 1944
				46320 (VT-51) attached to USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost in Sibuyan Sea in Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				46322 (VT-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Aug 12, 1944
				46323 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost in Leyte Gulf off Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				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.
				46326 (VT-45) attached to US San Jacinto (CVL-30) lost off Formsoa Jan 3, 1945
				46327 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL504.  No record of fate
				46329 (VT-22) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost of Hong Kong Jan 16, 1945
				46331 (VC-20) attached to USS Kadashan Bay (CVE-76) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46333 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46334 (VC-82) attached to USS Anzio (CVE-57) lost in Leyte Gulf Dec 17, 1944
				46335 (VJ-7) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 21, 1944.
				46336 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Formosa Dec 31, 1944
				46337 (VT-27) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				46339 assigned to CASU(F)-51 lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jan 31, 1945
				46340 assigned to SEVRON-11 lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Jan 2, 1945
				46343 (VC-5) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46344 (VT-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Palus in central Pacific Sep 10, 1944
				46346 (VT-11) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) shot down over southern Formosa Jan 9, 1945.  Made forced water landing.  
					2 crew seen on life raft, but never seen again.
				46347 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost in west central Pacific Dec 21, 1944
				46348 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944 when ship sank
				46349 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Luzon in Philippines Nov 5, 1944
				46352 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				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
				46355 (VT-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Manila in Philippines Nov 19, 1944
				46356 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46357 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 29, 1944
				46358 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Mindoro Strait off Philippines Jan 5. 1945 due
					to deck loss-Kamikaze
				46359 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46360 (VT-18) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Philippines Nov 25, 1944 due to deck loss--Kamikaze
				46365 (CV-13) attached to USS Core (CVE-13) lost off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
				46370 (VC-8) attached to USS Card (CVE-11) lost in north Atlantic Oct 16, 1944
				46373 (VC-69) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost in north Atlantic Oct 28, 1944
				46374 (VC-69) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost in north Atlantic Oct 25, 1944
				46378 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL505.  No record of fate
				46384 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Manila in Philippines Oct 26, 1944
				46390	(VC-13) ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core (CVE-13) off Bermuda Aug 27. 1944.
				46394	(VC-13) ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core (CVE-13) off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944.
				46395 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL506.  No record of fate.  Also reported as ditching with VC-13 when bad weather prevented
					landing back on USS Core off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944.
				46399 (VC-19) ditched off Bermuda after engine failure during takeoff from USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) Aug 16, 1944
				46400 (VT-7) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Manila in Philippines Oct 16, 1944
				46403 (VC-58) attached to USS Core (CVE-13) lost in central Atlantic Feb 19, 1945
				46409 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 30, 1945
				46410 (VT-20) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Formosa Jan 3, 1945
				46411 (VT-20) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Luzon in Philippines Nov 14, 1944
				46413 (VT-20) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Hong Kong Jan 16, 1945
				46415 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 25, 1944
				46416 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46417 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Mindoro Strait off Philippines Jan 5, 1945 due to deck loss-Kamikaze
				46418 assigned to CASU-1 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 27, 1944
				46419 (VC-83) attached to USS Corregidor (CVE-58) lost off Hawaii Oct 16, 1944
				46420 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				46421 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-42) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 19, 1944
				46422 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 19, 1944
				46423 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Hawaii Sep 23, 1944
				46424 (VT-29) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Luzon in Philippines Dec 14, 1944
				46426 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 23, 1945
				46428 (VC-77) attched to USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) lost off Iwo Jima Feb 22, 1945
				46429 (VC-68) attqched to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944 when ship sank
				46431 (VT-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				46433 assigned to COM7THFLT lost off Perth, Australia Nov 19, 1944
				46434 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 21, 1944
				46439 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Formosa Oct 12, 1944
				46440 (VT-45) lost off Guam Nov 14, 1944
				46443 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46444 (VT-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
46445			Vought-Sikorsky HNS-1 
				Vought-Sikorsky Model VS-316A Hoverfly developed for the US Army as the Sikorsky Model S-47, designated R-4B.  
				YR-4B acquired by US Navy 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
				Culver Aircraft Company Caded LCA modified as Modal LAR-90 radio-controlled target.
					Was to have been a Culver Aircraft Company Cadet PQ-8 transferred from USAAF for evaluation as 
					radio-controlled target, but the transfer did not actually take place.
46450/46638		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				36 delivered to RAAF
				30 delivered to Free French
				46450 (CAC no 1644, Seq no. t301, Hull # 1814)
				46451 (CAC no 1645, Seq no. t302, Hull # 1815)
				46452 (CAC no 1646, Seq no. t303, Hull # 1816)
				46453 (CAC no 1647, Seq no. t304, Hull # 1817)
				46454 (CAC no 1648, Seq no. t305, Hull # 1818) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 08, later FAB 6507.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.
					Discharged in 1952
				46455 (CAC no 1649, Seq no. t306, Hull # 1819) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 09, later FAB 6508.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.
					Converted in USA in 1958 to cargo aircraft and redesignated CA-10A.
					Discharged in 1964.
				46456 (CAC no 1650, Seq no. t307, Hull # 1820) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 10, later 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 (CAC no 1651, Seq no. t308, Hull # 1821) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 11, later FAB 6510.  Redesignated
					PA-10 on 1945.  Sold in USA as N4582U.  Now on display at Rescue Memorial Museum, Kirtland AFB, New Mexico.
				46458 (CAC no 1652, Seq no. t309, Hull # 1822)
				46459 (CAC no 1653, Seq no. t310, Hull # 1823) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 12, later FAB 6511, redesignated PA-10 in 1958.  Discharged.
				46460 (CAC no 1654, Seq no. t311, Hull # 1824)
				46461 (CAC no 1655, Seq no. t312, Hull # 1825) (VPF-2) missing during night mission
					off Cape Henry, VA 7/27/1944.  9 MIA
				46462 (CAC no 1656, Seq no. t313, Hull # 1826)
				46463 (CAC no 1657, Seq no. t314, Hull # 1827) (VPB-23) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Aug 1, 1945, recommended SOC Aug 1, 1945
				46464 (CAC no 1658, Seq no. t315, Hull # 1828) (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.
				46465 (CAC no 1659, Seq no. t316, Hull # 1829)
				46466 (CAC no 1660, Seq no. t317, Hull # 1830) to VH-WWB and w/o Jun 16, 1957
				46467 (CAC no 1661, Seq no. t318, Hull # 1831)
				46468 (CAC no 1662, Seq no. t319, Hull # 1832) (VPB-23) missing Jun 2, 1945 off Iwo Jima from Osaka strike.  8 MIA
				46469 (CAC no 1663, Seq no. t320, Hull # 1833)
				46470 (CAC no 1664, Seq no. t321, Hull # 1834)
				46471 (CAC no 1665, Seq no. t322, Hull # 1835) (VPB-23) force landing 10/25/1944 Ngatik
					Lagoon off Eniwetok in central Pacific.  Crew rescued and aircraft sunk by gunfire.
				46472 (CAC no 1666, Seq no. t323, Hull # 1836) (VPB-23) landed to pick up survivors of USS Indianapolis Aug 3, 1945 but could not take off.
					Crew rescued, plane was scuttled by shellfire.
				46473 (CAC no 1667, Seq no. t324, Hull # 1837) (VPB-23)  water looped on landing 10/30/1944 Eniwetok, South Pacific and sank.  Crew rescued.
				46474 (CAC no 1668, Seq no. t325, Hull # 1838)
				46475 (CAC no 1669, Seq no. t326, Hull # 1839)
				46476 (CAC no 1670, Seq no. t327, Hull # 1840) assigned to AA Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 28, 1944
				46477 (CAC no 1671, Seq no. t328, Hull # 1841)
				46478 (CAC no 1672, Seq no. t329, Hull # 1842)
				46479 (CAC no 1673, Seq no. t330, Hull # 1843) Registered N4938V to World Wide Helicopters, cancelled Nov 27, 1961. Last reported at Idris, Libya c1960
				46480 (CAC no 1674, Seq no. t331, Hull # 1844)
				46481 (CAC no 1675, Seq no. t332, Hull # 1845)
				46482 (CAC no 1676, Seq no. t333, Hull # 1846) to N5584V
				46483 (CAC no 1677, Seq no. t334, Hull # 1847) (VPB-61) in landing accident at Crescent Harbor, WA when nose landing gear doors opened Apr 16, 1945.
					Crew was unhurt.
				46484 (CAC no 1678, Seq no. t335, Hull # 1848 
				46485 (CAC no 1679, Seq no. t336, Hull # 1849
				46486 (CAC no 1680, Seq no. t337, Hull # 1850) assigned to FASRON 795 at NOB Bermuda Nov 9, 1951.  Crashed during training flight at NOB Bermuda Dec 11, 1951
				46487 (CAC no 1681, Seq no. t338, Hull # 1851) (VPB-6) damaged in taxi accident Greeland 
					11/2/1945. SOC.
				46488 (CAC no 1682, Seq no. t339, Hull # 1852) to RAAF as A24-91. 3 OTU Jun 20, 1944.  43 Sqn Sep 8, 1944.  111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Jan 18, 1945. 
					113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 24, 1945.  Caught fire at Morotai Jun 14, 1945.
				46489 (CAC no 1683, Seq no. t340, Hull # 1853)  (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 42 Sqn Jul 9, 1944.  43 Sqn Jul 15, 1944.  42 Sqn Sep 1, 1944.and being w/o at 
					Sermata Is Sept 22, 1944 after strafing.
				46490 (CAC no 1684, Seq no. t341, Hull # 1854) to RAAF as A24-95. 20 Sqn Jun 26, 1944.  42 Sqn Dec 7, 1944.   20 Sqn Nov 16, 1945.  
					Sold to Sydney Morning Herald Nov 5, 1947.
				46491 (CAC no 1685, Seq no. t342, Hull # 1855)  to RAAF as A24-92.  3 0TU May 18, 1944.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight, May 5, 1945.  11 Sqn, Oct 28 1949. 
					At RAAF Rathmines Apr 1, 1953.  Transferred to NEI as P223 1953.  Soc MLD Apr 15, 1954
				46492 (CAC no 1686, Seq no. t343, Hull # 1856) 
				46493 (CAC no 1687, Seq no. t344, Hull # 1857) 
				46494 (CAC no 1688, Seq no. t345, Hull # 1858) 
				46495 (CAC no 1689, Seq no. t346, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1690, Seq no. t347, Hull # 1860) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 13, later FAB 6512.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1958.
					Converted in USA to cargo aircraft in 1958 and redesignated CA-10A.  Discharged 1964
				46497 (CAC no 1691, Seq no. t348, Hull # 1861) 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.
				46498 (CAC no 1692, Seq no. t349, Hull # 1862) 
				46499 (CAC no 1693, Seq no. t350, Hull # 1863) attached to CASU(F)-11, lost Jul 21, 1945, Yontan, Philippines
					(Sangley Point)
				46500 (CAC no 1694, Seq no. t351, Hull # 1864) (VP-24) went missing 5/10/1944 near Midway Island.  9 crew MIA.
				46501 (CAC no 1695, Seq no. t352, Hull # 1865) 
				46502 (CAC no 1696, Seq no. t353, Hull # 1866) 
				46503 (CAC no 1697, Seq no. t354, Hull # 1867) 
				46504 (CAC no 1698, Seq no. t355, Hull # 1868) civil identities (oldest first) were N1513V, OB-LBA-251, OB-M-251, OB-T-251
				46505 (CAC no 1699, Seq no. t356, Hull # 1869) 
				46506 (CAC no 1700, Seq no. t357, Hull # 1870) 
				46507 (CAC no 1701, Seq no. t358, Hull # 1871) (PATW-4) MIA in active combat area 6/3/1942.
				46508 (CAC no 1702, Seq no. t359, Hull # 1872) 
				46509 (CAC no 1703, Seq no. t360, Hull # 1873) 
				46510 (CAC no 1704, Seq no. t361, Hull # 1874) 
				46511 (CAC no 1705, Seq no. t362, Hull # 1875) 
				46512 (CAC no 1706, Seq no. t363, Hull # 1876) (VPB-71) crashed in Sarangani Bay, Mindanao during non combat mission 12/6/1944.  3 killed,
					6 survived and were rescued by friendly guerillas and later picked up by a PBY
				46513 (CAC no 1707, Seq no. t364, Hull # 1877) 
				46514 (CAC no 1708, Seq no. t365, Hull # 1878) 
				46515 (CAC no 1709, Seq no. t366, Hull # 1879) 
				46516 (CAC no 1710, Seq no. t367, Hull # 1880) 
				46517 (CAC no 1711, Seq no. t368, Hull # 1881) (VPB-71) collided with obstacle 8/10/1945, Philippines, SOC.  No crew injuries
				46518 (CAC no 1712, Seq no. t369, Hull # 1882) 
				56519 (CAC no 1713, Seq no. t370, Hull # 1883) 
				46520 (CAC no 1714, Seq no. t371, Hull # 1884) (VP-45) crashed 40 mi W of Natal, Brazil 5/10/1944.  10 killed.
				46521 (CAC no 1715, Seq no. t372, Hull # 1885) ferry registered as N1493V; assigned to be registered for NL Marineluchtvaartdienst (NAS) as P-211; 
					ferried 23 Jan 1951 to Aviolanda, Papendrecht, NL, for inspection and overhaul, but crashed high speed wallside while landing; 
					damaged beyond repair; W/O;
				46522 (CAC no 1716, Seq no. t373, Hull # 1886) was C-FFFA then N5585V.  Now N2172 at Tillamook NAS Museum, OR.
				46523 (CAC no 1717, Seq no. t374, Hull # 1887) 
				46524 (CAC no 1718, Seq no. t375, Hull # 1888) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 14, later FAB 6513.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Converted
					in USA to cargo aircraft in 1958 and redesignated CA-10A.  Discharged in 1959.
				46525 (CAC no 1719, Seq no. t376, Hull # 1889) (VPB-45) crashed on takeoff Ascension Island 3/17/1945, nosed over and burned.  5 killed, 2
					injured.
				46526 (CAC no 1720, Seq no. t377, Hull # 1890) 
				46527 (CAC no 1721, Seq no. t378, Hull # 1891) 'D-202' PBY-5A (1950's photo)
					On civil registry as N6473C
				46528 (CAC no 1722, Seq no. t379, Hull # 1892) (VPB-71) sank after landing accident in heavy seas 1/10/1945, Philippines.  All crew rescued.
				46529 (CAC no 1723, Seq no. t380, Hull # 1893) (VPB-71) failed to return from mission out of Lingayen Feb 2, 1945.  All 9 crew MIA.
				46530 (CAC no 1724, Seq no. t381, Hull # 1894)
				46531 (CAC no 1725, Seq no. t382, Hull # 1895)  
				46532 (CAC no 1726, Seq no. t383, Hull # 1896) to RAAF as A24-96.  42 Sqn Aug 5, 1944.  w/o S of Soebra Is Jan 14, 1945 when destroyed by rescue aircraft.
					. On the night of 14 January 1945, during a mission to Surabaya, a plane from No. 42 Squadron RAAF,  experienced trouble with its 
					port engine and immediately began to lose altitude. At the time the pilot was flying at 300 feet below heavy cloud off Sumba Island. 
					He jettisoned his mines, but the plane continued to lose altitude and he was forced to alight on the open sea. 
					The hull of the Catalina aircraft was damaged and began to leak. However, the water was kept down by bailing. 
					Using the radio-telephone, the crew was able to make its position known to returning minelayers. All night they worked on 
					the faulty engine, but without success. However, in the morning, a Catalina aircraft of No. 43 Squadron RAAF, landed in the heavy 
					swell, covered by a Liberator aircraft, and took off the crew. The Catalina then destroyed the disabled Catalina aircraft with
					 machine-gun fire and returned safely to base
				46533 (CAC no 1727, Seq no. t384, Hull # 1897) to RAAF as A24-97.  42 Sqn Aug 5, 1944.  11 Sqn Jul 13, 1945.  114 Air Sea Rescue Flight Oct 15, 1945
					Sold to C. K. Campbell Nov 12, 1947.
				46534 (CAC no 1728, Seq no. t385, Hull # 1898) to RAAF as A24-98. 8 Com Unit Jul 7, 1944.  111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Jan 1, 1945.   111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Jan 1, 1945 
					Sank at Baklikpapan Jul 1, 1945.  Given
					to Netherlands government in 1953, renumbered as P-244 and scrapped 1957.
				46535 (CAC no 1729, Seq no. t386, Hull # 1899) to RAAF as A24-99. 3 OTU Jun 7, 1944.   6 Com Unit Jul 12, 1944.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight 1945.
					 Rathmines ex-11 Sqn Jul 7, 1950.Rathmines Apr 1, 1953.   To Netherlands government in 1953 and
					renumbered as P-224 and scrapped in 1957.
				46536 (CAC no 1730, Seq no. t387, Hull # 1900) 
				46537 (CAC no 1731, Seq no. t388, Hull # 1901) 
				46538 (CAC no 1732, Seq no. t389, Hull # 1902) (VH-2) lost May 10, 1944 crashed into San Diego Bay after making land takeoff from NAS San Diego, CA.
					4 crew killed, 4 injured.  Aircraft was completely demolished.
				46539 (CAC no 1733, Seq no. t390, Hull # 1903) to civil registry as N1563M.  To Indonesian AF as PB505.
					Now in Indonesia Air Force Museum.
				46540 (CAC no 1734, Seq no. t391, Hull # 1904) 
				46541 (CAC no 1735, Seq no. t392, Hull # 1905)  
				46542 (CAC no 1736, Seq no. t393, Hull # 1906) (VP-340 lost off Woleai in central Pacific Apr 25, 1944
				46543 (CAC no 1737, Seq no. t394, Hull # 1907) 
				46544 (CAC no 1738, Seq no. t395, Hull # 1908) 
				46545 (CAC no 1739, Seq no. t396, Hull # 1909) 
				46546 (CAC no 1740, Seq no. t397, Hull # 1910) 
				46547 (CAC no 1741, Seq no. t398, Hull # 1911) 
				46548 (CAC no 1742, Seq no. t399, Hull # 1912) (VPB-71)  damaged in collision with object Aug 1, 1945 Philippines.  Aircraft SOC. No crew injuries
				46549 (CAC no 1743, Seq no. t400, Hull # 1913)  (VPB-71) lost in landing accident Dec 31, 1944 Philippines while attempting rescue of downed pilot.
					Plane sank, all crew and downed pilot were rescued.
				46550 (CAC no 1744, Seq no. t401, Hull # 1914) 
				46551 (CAC no 1745, Seq no. t402, Hull # 1915) 
				46552 (CAC no 1746, Seq no. t403, Hull # 1916) 
				46553 (CAC no 1747, Seq no. t404, Hull # 1917)  to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 15, later 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 (CAC no 1748, Seq no. t405, Hull # 1918) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 16, later FAB 6515.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Converted
					in USA to cargo aircraft in 1958 and redesignated CA-10A.  Discharged
				46555 (CAC no 1749, Seq no. t406, Hull # 1919) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 17, later FAB 6516.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1955.
				46556 (CAC no 1750, Seq no. t407, Hull # 1920) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 18, later FAB 6517.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1958.
				46557 (CAC no 1751, Seq no. t408, Hull # 1921) 
				46558 (CAC no 1752, Seq no. t409, Hull # 1922) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 19, later FAB 6518.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1951.
				46559 (CAC no 1753, Seq no. t410, Hull # 1923) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 20, later FAB 6519.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.  Discharged in 1952.
				46560 (CAC no 1754, Seq no. t411, Hull # 1924)  Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46561 (CAC no 1755, Seq no. t412, Hull # 1925)  Lend-Lease to Free French Navy.  Crashed at Norfolk Jul 27, 1944.
				46562 (CAC no 1756, Seq no. t413, Hull # 1926)  Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46563 (CAC no 1757, Seq no. t414, Hull # 1927) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46564 (CAC no 1758, Seq no. t415, Hull # 1928) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy as 46564. French Navy / Aéronavale 1945 as 46564. 
					Escadrille 22 S [code 22 S-3], Base Aéronavale Agadir, French Morocco. During the passage of training cruiser 
					Jeanne d'Arc off Morocco 22Jul49, a group of student officers participated in training aboard the Catalina 
					assigned to the Agadir Naval Air Base. For an unknown reason, this aircraft disappeared in the Atlantic Ocean 
					during its mission. A search by Jeanne d'Arc and the submarine L'Astrée found only some wreckage. 
					Nine crew and eight passengers missing at sea..
				46565 (CAC no 1759, Seq no. t416, Hull # 1929) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46566 (CAC no 1760, Seq no. t417, Hull # 1930) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46567 (CAC no 1761, Seq no. t418, Hull # 1931) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46568 (CAC no 1762, Seq no. t419, Hull # 1932) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46569 (CAC no 1763, Seq no. t420, Hull # 1933) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46570 (CAC no 1764, Seq no. t421, Hull # 1934) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46571 (CAC no 1765, Seq no. t422, Hull # 1935) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46572 (CAC no 1766, Seq no. t423, Hull # 1936) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46573 (CAC no 1767, Seq no. t424, Hull # 1937) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46574 (CAC no 1768, Seq no. t425, Hull # 1938) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				46575 (CAC no 1769, Seq no. t426, Hull # 1939) to N5586V
				46576 (CAC no 1770, Seq no. t427, Hull # 1940) to RAAF as A24-100.  42 Sqn Jul 8, 1944.   43 Sqn Aug 3, 1944.  42 Sqn Sep 9, 1944.
					Ditched Makassar Oct 23, 1944.
				46577 (CAC no 1771, Seq no. t428, Hull # 1941) to RAAF as A24-101. 42 Sqn Aug 8, 1944.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight 1945. Damaged Jul 3, 1945 and converted
					Nov 1, 1945.
				46578 (CAC no 1772, Seq no. t429, Hull # 1942) to RAAF as A24-102.  42 Sqn Aug 7, 1944.  114 Air Sea Rescue Flight Sep 29, 1945.  Sold to C.K. Campbell Nov 12, 1947.
				46579 (CAC no 1773, Seq no. t430, Hull # 1943) to RAAF as A24-103.  3 OTU Jul 6, 1944.  11 Sqn Dec 6, 1945.  43 Sqn Jan 10, 1946  .Sold to ANA Oct 15, 1946.
				46580 (CAC no 0002, Seq no. t431, Hull # 1944) to RAAF as A24-105.  Crashed near Georgetown, Qld May 7, 1950.
				46581 (CAC no 0003, Seq no. t432, Hull # 1945) ferry registered as N1494V; assigned to be registered for NL Marineluchtvaartdienst (NAS) 
					as P-212 (16-212); ferried 9 Feb 1951 to Aviolanda, Papendrecht, NL, for inspection and overhaul, 
					but due to the crash of the PBY-5A Bu.No. 46521, assigned registration was changed to P-211 (16-211); to 
					NL Marineluchtvaartdienst (NAS) 25 Sep 1951; crashed on 20 Dec 1952 near Cedres, Lebanon.
				46582 (CAC no 0004, Seq no. t433, Hull # 1946) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 21, later FAB 6520.  Redesignated PA-10 in 1945.
					Now N4583A in Jacksonville NAS, FL.  
				46583 (CAC no 0005, Seq no. t434, Hull # 1947)
				46584 (CAC no 0006, Seq no. t435, Hull # 1948)
				46585 (CAC no 0007, Seq no. t436, Hull # 1949) (VPB-53) crashed during landing 1/5/1945, NAS Whitbey Island, WA.  1 killed, 8 survived.
				46586 (CAC no 0008, Seq no. t437, Hull # 1950) to Norwegian AF as KK-C
				46587 (CAC no 0009, Seq no. t438, Hull # 1951)
				46588 (CAC no 0010, Seq no. t439, Hull # 1952) to Norwegian AF as KK-F
				46589 (CAC no 0011, Seq no. t440, Hull # 1953)
				46590 (CAC no 0012, Seq no. t441, Hull # 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 (CAC no 0013, Seq no. t442, Hull # 1955) to N5587V
				46592 (CAC no 0014, Seq no. t443, Hull # 1956) 11/11/44 Received Rathmines, NSW. Jan 11, 1945.   113 Air Sea Rescue Flight.   Damaged Mar 29, 1945 . 
					The nose wheel doors opened and the aircraft filled with water during a landing at Morotai Island in the NEI. 
					This caused the nose wheel doors to be torn off and damage to the hull and bulkhead. The pilot was able to get the 
					aircraft off the water and make a strip landing to save it from sinking.  Damaged  Jun 20, 1945. The aircraft was forced to 
					land without the nose wheel as the nose wheel doors jammed on landing at Tawi Tawi Island. Aug 5 1945 115 Air Sea Rescue Flight. 
					Feb 14, 1946 112 Air Sea Rescue Flight.   Oct 21, 1946 114 Air Sea Rescue Flight.   Nov 19, 1946 Damaged. The aircraft brakes 
					failed while taxing down the runway at Garbutt, QLD. The aircraft careered off the runway, through a fence, and into a ditch.  
					Damage to nose, forward undercarriage, hull and hydraulic lines. Apr 22, 1947 Attached to Port Moresby for special duties 
					including searcher party duties and prisioner evacuation. 09/11/49 11 Squadron (Darwin Detachment). May 7, 1950 Crashed. 
					Port engine developed a fuel leak on a travel flight from Rathmines to Darwin. A single engine landing was attempted but the
					 aircraft overshot the runway at Georgetown. On attempting to abort the landing and climb away it crashed into trees, over-turned and burned. 
					Five crew members were killed instantly:  
				46593 (CAC no 0015, Seq no. t444, Hull # 1957)
				46594 (CAC no 0016, Seq no. t445, Hull # 1958) to RAAF as A24-104. 8 Com Unit Dec 3, 1944.  111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 20, 1945.
					113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Jun 18, 1945.  11 Sqn Jul 15, 1948.  Used by ARDU with JATO units for trials 1948.
					Rathmines Jul 7, 1950 and Apr 1, 1953.   To NEI as P-220 in 1953.  Soc Aug 21, 1956.
					The Aircraft that was under restoration at Amberly QLD marked as A24-104 is really ex-RCAF CV369. 
					This aircraft marked as A24-104 is now located at Point Cook VIC.
				46595 (CAC no 0017, Seq no. t446, Hull # 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 (CAC no 0018, Seq no. t447, Hull # 1960 to civil registry as N6070C, CF-FFW, N45998, C-FFFW.  Later became EC-314.  
					Later as EC-693 in Cuatro Vientos Museum in Madrid.  This aircraft is now falsely remarked Spanish Air Force DR.1-1 / 74-21
				46597 (CAC no 0019, Seq no. t448, Hull # 1961)
				46598 (CAC no 0020, Seq no. t449, Hull # 1962)
				46599 (CAC no 0021, Seq no. t450, Hull # 1963) water-looped during landing at NAS Terminal Island 9/25/1944.  3 killed, 6 injured.
				46600 (CAC no 0022, Seq no. t451, Hull # 1964) to VPB-73 at NAS San Juan, PR w/o after bad landing
					Jun 26, 1945 at Ascencion Island (Wideawake Field)
				46601 (CAC no 0023, Seq no. t452, Hull # 1965)
				46602 (CAC no 0024, Seq no. t453, Hull # 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
				46603 (CAC no 0025, Seq no. t454, Hull # 1967)to Royal Danish AF as L-858 Sep 13, 1951.  Named "Hugin"  WFU Oct 3, 1955 and scrapped.
				46604 (CAC no 0026, Seq no. t455, Hull # 1968)
				46605 (CAC no 0027, Seq no. t456, Hull # 1969) to RAAF as A24-106. 113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Dec 14, 1945.  111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Oct 11, 1945. 
					112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Jun 21, 1946. In hangar collision Nov 26, 1946.
				46606 (CAC no 0028, Seq no. t457, Hull # 1970) to RAAF as A24-107.  11 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 9,1945.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight May 3, 1945.
					Sank off Balikpapan Jun 22, 1945.  It sank whilst under tow from United States Navy (USN) Minesweeper 364. 
					This aircraft had been involved in a special mission to the Command Ship of the task force attacking Balikapan. 
					After safe delivery of hand mail to the USS Montpelier at approximately 11.25am, the aircraft had several aborted take 
					offs due to the state of the sea. They were tied up behind the destroyer USS Cofer and transferred at dusk to
					Minesweeper 364. At night the task force attacking Balikpapan would cruise eastwards towards the Celebes as a 
					precaution against submarine attack, returning the next morning to their shelling position. Catalina A24-107 was towed
					at a slower speed and a destroyer was detailed to escort the minesweeper. The next morning at 9.05am the Catalina 
					sank, apparently holed after striking driftwood.
				46607 (CAC no 0029, Seq no. t458, Hull # 1971) to RAAF as A24-108. 113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 14, 1945. Crashed on takeoff Magee Island Mar 25, 1945.
				46608 (CAC no 0030, Seq no. t459, Hull # 1972) to RAAF as A24-109.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Mar 19, 1945.   Rescued crew of A8-33.  
					Ditched Mar 31, 1945 Hareoeka Strait off coast.  112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Apr 12, 1946.  11 Sqn Jun 9, 1949.  Rathmines Apr 1, 1953.
				46609 (CAC no 0031, Seq no. t460, Hull # 1973)
				46610 (CAC no 0032, Seq no. t461, Hull # 1974)
				46611 (CAC no 0033, Seq no. t462, Hull # 1975) (VRF-3) flew into hillside Brookings, OR 1/31/1945
					9 killed.
				46612 (CAC no 0034, Seq no. t463, Hull # 1976) sank at CGAS Port Angeles after landing accident 4/1/1946.
				46613 (CAC no 0035, Seq no. t464, Hull # 1977) to Norwegian AF as KK-G.  W/o Jul 25, 1960
				46614 (CAC no 0036, Seq no. t465, Hull # 1978)
				46615 (CAC no 0037, Seq no. t466, Hull # 1979)
				46616 (CAC no 0038, Seq no. t467, Hull # 1980)
				46617 (CAC no 0039, Seq no. t468, Hull # 1981) (USCG) water-looped when struck an underwater obstacle in Mississippi River and sank Jul 7, 1953.   
					3 crewmembers killed, 3 rescued.
				46618 (CAC no 0040, Seq no. t469, Hull # 1982)
				46619 (CAC no 0041, Seq no. t470, Hull # 1983) to RAAF as A24-110.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 18, 1946.  112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Aug 13, 1946. 
					11 Sqn Aug 18, 1949.   Rathmines Apr 1, 1953.  To Netherlands government in 1953 and
					renumbered P221 and scrapped 1956.
				46620 (CAC no 0042, Seq no. t471, Hull # 1984) to RAAF as A24-111.  To Netherlands government in 1953 and
					renumbered P222 and scrapped 1956.
				46621 (CAC no 0043, Seq no. t472, Hull # 1985)to RAAF as A24-112. 112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Aug 2, 1945  .113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 18, 1946. 
					111 Air Sea Rescue Flight Apr 23, 1946.  112Air Sea Rescue Flight Jan 20, 1947.  11 Sqn Aug 18, 1949.
					 Rathmines Aug 22, 1950.  To Netherlands government in 1953 and
					renumbered P225 and scrapped 1958.
				46622 (CAC no 0044, Seq no. t473, Hull # 1986)to RAAF as A24-113.  115 Air Sea Rescue Flight Jan 4, 1946.   113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Apr 4, 1946 
					112 Air Sea Rescue Flight May 7, 1946.  Sank Champaguy IS Jun 4, 1946.
				46623 (CAC no 0045, Seq no. t474, Hull # 1987) to RAAF as A24-114.  115 Air Sea Rescue Flight Aug 10, 1945.  113 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 18, 1946. 
					112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Feb 27, 1947.  Rathmines Apr 1, 1953.  Sold to Airmotive Supply May 1953 and broken up
				46624 (CAC no 0046, Seq no. t475, Hull # 1988) 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.   Displayed in Royal Australian
					Air Force Association Aviation Heritage Museum in US Navy markings.  Also reported as
					being on display at McChord AFB, Washington.
				46625 (CAC no 0047, Seq no. t476, Hull # 1989) assigned to VP-45.  Crashed Ascencion Island (Wideawake
					Field Mar 17, 1945.  5 of 8 crew killed.
				46626 (CAC no 0048, Seq no. t477, Hull # 1990) crashed against a ramp in water while landing at Woman's
					Bay, Alaska Jun 24, 1945.  Aircraft DBR and SOC.
				46627 (CAC no 0049, Seq no. t478, Hull # 1991) 
				46628 (CAC no 0050, Seq no. t479, Hull # 1992)
				46629 (CAC no 0051, Seq no. t480, Hull # 1993) to N5595V
				46630 (CAC no 0052, Seq no. t481, Hull # 1994)
				46631 (CAC no 0053, Seq no. t482, Hull # 1995)on civil registry as N74694
				46632 (CAC no 0054, Seq no. t483, Hull # 1996)
				46633 (CAC no 0055, Seq no. t484, Hull # 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.
				46634 (CAC no 0056, Seq no. t485, Hull # 1998)
				46635	 (CAC no 0057, Seq no. t486, Hull # 1999)
				46636 (CAC no 0058, Seq no. t487, Hull # 2000)
				46637 (CAC no 0059, Seq no. t488, Hull # 2001) on civil registry as N68758
				46638 (CAC no 0060, Seq no. t489, Hull # 2002) to Norwegian AF as KK-B
46639/46698		Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina
				Lend-Lease to USSR. Some aircraft not delivered after Lend-Lease was terminated on VJ-Day
				Aircraft were inspected and accepted by the Soviets at NAS Elizabeth City, NC.
				Aircraft destined for the Northern fleet were ferried via Gander, Newfoundland to Reykjavík, Iceland by the 
				Soviets with a Royal Air Force pilot and radio operator, then onwards to Guba Gryaznaya, Murmansk, 
				Russia with just the Soviet crew.
				Aircraft destined for the Pacific fleet were returned to the US Navy at Elizabeth City and ferried to 
				NAS Kodiak, Alaska where they were delivered back to the Soviets for onward flight to the Far East.
				Aircraft destined for the Black Sea and Baltic fleets were ferried via the South Atlantic route through 
				Brazil and Africa by the Soviets with a Royal Air Force / Royal Canadian Air Force pilot, and 
				navigator/radio operator and mechanic as far as Habbabiya, Iraq, then onwards to Baku, Azerbaijan and 
				Sevastopol, Russia with just the Soviet crew.
				46639 (CAC no 0061, Seq no. t490, Hull # 2003) on civil registry as N7880B
				46640 (CAC no 0062, Seq no. t491, Hull # 2004) (USCG) crashed after engine failed on training flight from Guam Nov 11, 1952.  3 killed.
				46641 (CAC no 0063, Seq no. t492, Hull # 2005) 
				46642 (CAC no 0064, Seq no. t493, Hull # 2006) on civil registry as N9553C
				46643 (CAC no 0065, Seq no. t494, Hull # 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 (CAC no 0066, Seq no. t495, Hull # 2008) to civil registry as N6458C, then C-GFFH.  Became EC-359, then EC-EVK (Spain) SAESA Cuatro 
					Vientos, Madrid
				46645 (CAC no 0067, Seq no. t496, Hull # 2009) to civil registry as N10013, then to CF-IZO, C-FIZO.  Now in Norway Air Force Museum, Bodo as FP535
				46646 (CAC no 0068, Seq no. t497, Hull # 2010) 
				46647 (CAC no 0069, Seq no. t498, Hull # 2011) to N9576C
				46648 (CAC no 0070, Seq no. t499, Hull # 2012) 
				46649 (CAC no 0071, Seq no. t500, Hull # 2013) to N9546C
				46650 (CAC no 0072, Seq no. t501, Hull # 2014) to civil registry as N9561C, then N7022C, and finally N7878B
				46651 (CAC no 0073, Seq no. t502, Hull # 2015) to DF-FSD Sep 1949
				46652 (CAC no 0074, Seq no. t503, Hull # 2016) on civil registry as N9550C
				46653 (CAC no 0075, Seq no. t504, Hull # 2017) to N6459C
					Crashed Jul 18, 1970 during approach to Columbia Airport, CA when struck granit boulders 252 feet short and 5 feet below
					runway elevation.  Crew of 2 killed.  Aircraft DBR.
				46654 (CAC no 0076, Seq no. t505, Hull # 2018) to N7443C
				46655 (CAC no 0077, Seq no. t506, Hull # 2019) to N10014, then to CF-IZU now C-FIZU
				46656 (CAC no 0078, Seq no. t507, Hull # 2020) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46656. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East.
				46657 (CAC no 0079, Seq no. t508, Hull # 2021) on civil registry as N9551C 
				46658 (CAC no 0080, Seq no. t509, Hull # 2022) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46658. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East
				46659 (CAC no 0081, Seq no. t510, Hull # 2023) to civil registry as N9564C, then N7877B
				46660 (CAC no 0082, Seq no. t511, Hull # 2024) 
				46661 (CAC no 0083, Seq no. t512, Hull # 2025) 
				46662 (CAC no 0084, Seq no. t513, Hull # 2026) to civil registry as N9588C, CF-VIG, N788C,
					CF-VIG, N1022G, then N999AR, now N4NC
				46663 (CAC no 0085, Seq no. t514, Hull # 2027) to N9578C then N7876B
				46664 (CAC no 0086, Seq no. t515, Hull # 2028) w/o 11 Jul 1952 in crash Lake Washington, WA
				46665 (CAC no 0087, Seq no. t516, Hull # 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 (CAC no 0088, Seq no. t517, Hull # 2030) on civil registry as N9532C
				46667 (CAC no 0089, Seq no. t518, Hull # 2031) to N9568C then N7881B
				46668 (CAC no 0090, Seq no. t519, Hull # 2032) on civil registry as N9552C
				46669 (CAC no 0091, Seq no. t520, Hull # 2033) Lend-Lease to USSR  at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46669. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East
				46670 (CAC no 0092, Seq no. t521, Hull # 2034) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46670. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East.
				46671 (CAC no 0093, Seq no. t522, Hull # 2035) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46671. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East
				46672 (CAC no 0094, Seq no. t523, Hull # 2036) 
				46673 (CAC no 0095, Seq no. t524, Hull # 2037) to N9572C then N7021C
				46674 (CAC no 0096, Seq no. t525, Hull # 2038) Lend-Lease to USSR  at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46674. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East.
				46675 (CAC no 0097, Seq no. t526, Hull # 2039) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC.  Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46675. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East
				46676 (CAC no 0098, Seq no. t527, Hull # 2040) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46676. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East.
				46677 (CAC no 0099, Seq no. t528, Hull # 2041) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46676. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East
				46678 (CAC no 0100, Seq no. t529, Hull # 2042) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46678. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East
				46679 (CAC no 0101, Seq no. t530, Hull # 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 (CAC no 0102, Seq no. t531, Hull # 2044) to N9573C then N7035C
				46681 (CAC no 0103, Seq no. t532, Hull # 2045) 
				46682 (CAC no 0104, Seq no. t533, Hull # 2046) to N7442C
				46683 (CAC no 0105, Seq no. t534, Hull # 2047) to N9580C then N7786B
				46684 (CAC no 0106, Seq no. t535, Hull # 2048) to N7037C
				46685 (CAC no 0107, Seq no. t536, Hull # 2049) on civil registry as N9531C
				46686 (CAC no 0108, Seq no. t537, Hull # 2050) to N7444C
				46687 (CAC no 0109, Seq no. t538, Hull # 2051) to N9581C then N7785B
				46688 (CAC no 0110, Seq no. t539, Hull # 2052) 
				46689 (CAC no 0111, Seq no. t540, Hull # 2053) on civil registry as N9545C
				46690 (CAC no 0112, Seq no. t541, Hull # 2054) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46690. 
					Ferried via Gander and Reykjavík to Murmansk; departed Elizabeth City 23Jun45.
				46691 (CAC no 0113, Seq no. t542, Hull # 2055) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46691. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East. Aeroflot, Far East Civil Aviation Directorate. Registered 22Jul55 as CCCP-L710. 
					Struck off charge 20Sep56 as worn out.
				46692 (CAC no 0114, Seq no. t543, Hull # 2056) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46692. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East
				46693 (CAC no 0115, Seq no. t544, Hull # 2057) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46693. 
					Ferried via Gander and Reykjavík to Murmansk; departed Elizabeth City 23Jun45
				46694 (CAC no 0116, Seq no. t545, Hull # 2058) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46694. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East.
				46695 (CAC no 0117, Seq no. t546, Hull # 2059) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46695. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East.
				46696 (CAC no 0118, Seq no. t547, Hull # 2060) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46696. 
					Ferried via Alaska to the Far East.
				46697 (CAC no 0119, Seq no. t548, Hull # 2061) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46697. 
					Ferried via Gander and Reykjavík to Murmansk; departed Elizabeth City 23Jun45.
				46698 (CAC no 0120, Seq no. t549, Hull # 2062) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46698. 
					Ferried via Gander and Reykjavík to Murmansk; departed Elizabeth City 23Jun45
46699/46723		Vought-Sikorsky HNS-1
				Vought-Sikorsky Model VS-316A Hoverfly developed for the US Army as the Sikorsky Model S-47, designated R-4B
				46701/46723 cancelled
46724			Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 28
				46724 (Hull # 2063) Lend-Lease to USSR at Elizabeth City, NC. Delivered to Soviet Navy as 46724. Ferried via Gander and Reykjavík to Murmansk; departed Elizabeth City 23Jun45.


46725/46737		Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 32
				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.  SOC Aug 31, 1945
				46733 (VPB-143) turned over to FAW-5 HEDRON and SOC Jul 31, 1945 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				46734 (VPB-143) turned over to FAW-5 HEDRON and SOC Jul 31, 1945 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				46735 (VPB-143) turned over to FAW-5 HEDRON and SOC Jul 31, 1945 at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				46736 (VPB-104) damaged by AAA Aug 1, 1945.  Made it back to Clark Airfield, Luzon, Philippines, but was
					SOC Aug 31, 1945
46738/46837		General Motors FM-1 Wildcat
				Grumman F4F-4 built under license by Eastern Aircraft division of General Motors Corporation
				Most of these are from BuNos! by Douglas E. Campbell
				46747 (VC-66) attached to USS Nassau (CVE-16) lost off Taroa in central Pacific Feb 7, 1944
				46754 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 4-Nov-44.  Flew into water during glide bomb run
				46761 (VC-66) attached to USS Nassau (CVE-16) lost off Hawaii Feb 1, 1944
				46770 (VC-63) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Feb 1, 1944
				46783 (VC-66) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Pearl Harbor Hawaii Dec 23, 1943
				46812 (VC-63) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Majuro in central Pacific Feb 7, 1944
				46816 (VF-OTU#6) missing 6-Nov-44 during gunnery training.
				46831 assigned to AA&RH Hawaii Feb 13, 1945
				46833 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 28-Sep-44.  Ditched during gunnery ENE, USCG Sta #204
46838/47437		General Motors FM-2 Wildcat
				Grumman F4F-8 built under license by Eastern Aircraft division of General Motors Corporation.
				Most of these are from BuNos! by Douglas E. Campbell
				46838 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost off Philippines Nov 15, 1944
				46839 (VC-65) from Isley Field, lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 30, 1944
				46850 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Oct 1, 1944
				46854 (VC-13) attached to USS Anzio (CVE-57) lost in Leyte Gulf Mar 19, 1945
				46858 (VC-68) attached to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				46867 to civil registry as N909WJ.  Reported in 1968 to be at
					Victory Air Museum, Mundelein, IL
				46876 (VC-13) ditched when bad weather prevented landing back on USS Core off Bermuda Aug 27, 1944
				46888 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jan 12, 1945
				46894 (VC-68) attached to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Aug 28, 1944
				46913 (VC-5) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				46918 assigned to CASU(F)-43 Guam Feb 17, 1945
				46919 (VC-65) attached to USS St Lo (CVE-63) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 5, 1944 when ship sank
				46920 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hasaii Jun 29, 1944
				46923 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Nov 7, 1944
				46927 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost off Philippines Oct 28, 1944
				46929 assigned to POOL Gudalcanal Sep 23, 1944
				46930 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.  Another report has the plane being with VC-14
					and attached to USS Hoggatt Bay (CVE-75) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jul 26, 1944
				46933 (VC-66) attached to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Sep 25, 1944
				46938 (VC-14) attached to USS Hoggatt Bay (CVE-75) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Sep 14, 1944
				46941 (VF-4) lost off Hawaii Aug 1, 1944
				46942 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 14-Dec-44.  Mid-air collision during gunnery practice.  Pilot missing.
				46944 (VC-65) attached to USS St Lo (CVE-63) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46949 assigned to NAS Kaneohe, Hawaii Mar 15, 1945
				46950 (VC-65) attached to USS St Lo (CVE-63) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				46953 (VC-3) attached to USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 5, 1944
				46959 (VC-5) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 18, 1944
				46962 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jan 8, 1945
				46965 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				46973 (VC-27) attached to USS Savo Island (CVE-78) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				46977 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				46979 (VC-20) attached to USS Kadashan Bay (CVE-76) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 22, 1944
				46980 assigned to POOL Barbers Point, Hawaii Mar 28, 1945
				46982 (VC-65) attached to USS St Lo (CVE-63) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944 when ship sank.
				46986 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 31, 1945
				46988 (VC-3) attached to USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 7, 1944
				46994 (VC-3) attached to USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				46996 (VC-68) attached to USS Fanshaw Bay (CVE-70) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Jun 8, 1944
				47000 assigned to CASU(F)-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Nov 15, 1944
				47002 (VC-61) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 18, 1944
				47003 assigned to Espiritu POOL, lost off Pallikulo airfield in south Pacific Jul 10, 1944
				47006 (VF-26) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost off Mindanao Sea in Philippines Oct 23, 1944
				47014 assigned to CASU(F)-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Nov 15, 1944
				47016 (VC-65) attached to USS Midway (CVE-63) lost off Eniwetok in central Pacific Jun 8, 1944
				47017 (VC-65) attached to USS Midway (CVE-63) lost E of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				47018 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Hawaii Sep 24, 1944
				47019 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Jun 3, 1944
				47021 (VC-65) attached to USS Midway (CVE-63) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 31, 1944
				47024 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 30, 1944
				47026 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				47027 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				47028 (VC-4) attached to USS White Plains (CVE-66) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				47030 to civil registry as N315E.  In 2014 was flyable with Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA.
				47035 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost in central Pacific Jul 27, 1944
				47036 (VC-14) attached to USS Hoggatt Bay (CVE-75) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific
				47039 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 18, 1944
				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.
				47071 (VF-100) lost off Barbers Point Aug 15, 1944
				47073 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jun 17, 1944
				47075 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47091 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Hawaii Oct 1, 1944
				47094 (VF-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 7, 1945
				47098 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Hawaii Sep 24, 1944
				47100 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Oct 2, 1944
				47107 (VC-88) attached to USS Makassar Strait (CVE-91) w/o 30-Oct-44 off Hawaii.  Overside landing & sank
				47111 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost Peleliu in central Pacific Sep 8, 1944
				47119 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off San Fabian in Philippines Jan 13, 1945
				47120 (VC-71) went missing 17-Oct-44 while pulling gunnery sleeve.
				47121 (VC-27) attached to USS Savo Island (CVE-78) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				47123 (VF-OTU#6) Crashed Jan 8, 1945 into swampy area near stay, not located.
				47127 (VF-100) lost off Hawaii Jun 10, 1945
				47135 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				47140 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 8, 1944
				47149 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				47159 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Manus in central Pacific Sep 18, 1944
				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.
				47162 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 28, 1944
				47167 (VF-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 6, 1945
				47168 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 17, 1944
				47175 (VC-82) attached to USS Anzio (CVE-57) lost in central Pacific Oct 29, 1944
				47177 (VF-26) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost in Mindanao Sea in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
				47187 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				47190 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Luzon in Philippines Jan 6, 1945
				47191 assigned to AA Samar lost off samar in Philippines Jan 1, 1945
				47193 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Dec 13, 1944
				47195 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 26, 1944
				47196 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost in west central Paciic Nov 28, 1944
				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.
				47204 assigned to AA Pityilu lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Jan 30, 1945
				47209 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 26, 1944
				47210 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Los Negros in Philippines Dec 16, 1944
				47211 assitned to CASU-35 Eniwetok in central Pacific Sep 1, 1944
				47212 (VF-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 6, 1945
				47222 (VC-75) attached to USS Omnaney Bay (CVE-79) lost off Samar in Philippines Oct 23, 1944
				47223 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 19, 1944
				47228 assigned to POOL at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 26, 1945
				47245 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47247 (VC-3) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				47248 assigned to FAW-16 lost off Pitanga in south Atlantic Oct 10, 1944
				47249 (VF-99) lost off Guam Mar 31, 1945
				47257 assigned to Espiritu Pool lost off Pallikulo airfield in south Pacific Sep 2, 1944
				47259 (VF-26) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost in Philippine Sea Oct 26, 1944 due to deck loss--Kamikaze
				47261 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Nov 7, 1944
				47267 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost in west central Pacific Jul 15, 1944
				47271 (VC-82) lost in central Pacific Aug 2, 1944
				47279 (VF-99) lost off Guam Mar 2, 1945
				47289 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost off Hawaii Jun 18, 1944
				47293 (VF-100) attached to USS Makassar Strait (CVE-91) lost off Hawaii Dec 16, 1944
				47298 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				47300 (VC-81) attached to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Oct 2, 1944
				47301 (VC-79) attached to USS Sargent Bay (CVE-83) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Jan 20, 1945
				47302 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Leyte Guld Oct 25, 1944
				47304 (VC-3) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				47305 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47306 (VC-87) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost off Okinawa Apr 2, 1945
				47308 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost off Manana in central Pacific Aug 3, 1944
				47309 and 57007 and both crashed in a field on the Floyd Taylor farm in 
					Colquitt County, Georgia near town of Doerun, Georgia Sep 15, 1945.  Both pilots killed.  
					Cause of crash due to disorentiation during instrument flying and not due to a midair collision.
				47310 assigned to POOL Guadalcanal Sep 18, 1944
				47312 (VF-100) attached to USS Makassar Strait (CVE-91) lost off Hawaii Dec  10, 1944
				47315 assigned to AA Pityilu lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Jan 30, 1945
				47316 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47321 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) w/o 29-Oct-44 when ran out of fuel and ditched in Leyte Gulf.
				47324 (VC-3) attached to USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 10, 1944
				47326 (VC-80) attaqched to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in South China Sea Jan 8, 1945
				47327 (VC-11)  lost off deck of USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				47330 (VC-5) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 17, 1944
				47331 (VC-87) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost off Okinawa Mar 25, 1945
				47340 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Manus in southwest Pacific Nov 17, 1944
				47344 (VF-26) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost in Philippine Sea Oct 27, 1944
				47346 (VC-3) attached to USS Kalinin Bay (CVE-68) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				47351 (VC-80) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 24, 1944
				47354 (VC-11) attached to USS Nehenta Bay (CVE-74) lost in west central Pacific Nov 16, 1944
				47361 (VC-21) attached to USS Marcus Island (CVE-77) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 22, 21944
				47368/47392 to Royal Navy as Wildcat VI JV712/JV736
				47393 (VC-3) attached to USS Kitkun Bay (CVE-71) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 25, 1944
				47406 (VC-82) attached to USS Anzio (CVE-57) lost in west central Pacific Nov 11, 1944
				47407 (VC-77) attached to USS Rudyerd Bay (CVE-81) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jan 21, 1945
				47418 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47419 (VC-85(CASU-42))  Hit trees on landing approach at Mokerang Airfield, 
					Los Negros Island Jan 11, 1945
				47422 lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 30, 1944
				47427 (VC-10) attached to USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jun 16, 1944
				47431 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Oct 31, 1944
47438/47637		Grumman TBF-1 Avenger
				Model G-40.  MSN 4770/4969.  Most of these are from BuNos! by Douglas E. Campbell
				47440 (VT-6) NAS Puunene, Maui, Hawaii; 18-Jul-43; Ground collision
				47441 (VC-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 22, 1943
				47446 (VT-5) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) ditched off Pearl Harbor, Hawii 20-Jul-43
				47448 (VT-21) lost off Kahili in south Pacific Jun 16, 1943
				47450 (VT-6) lost in south Pacific Jul 18, 1943
				47456 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy.  No record of fate
				47458 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Nov 11, 1943
				47460 (VT-6) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Makin in central Pacific Nov 25, 1943
				47461 (VC-19) crashed on takeoff for night glide bombing
					practice Coronado, CA 5/27/1943.  3 killed.
				47465 (VT-7) lost in west central Pacific Jul 2, 1943
				47471 (VS-65) lost off Ebon in southwest Pacific  Jan 5, 1945
				47473 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) ditched on takeoff in north Atlantic off
					Massachusetts 5-Jun-43.
				47474 (VF-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) ditched on takeoff from carrier May 28, 1943
					Gulf of Paria off Trinidad
				47476 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-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.
				47489 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 20, 1943
				47490 (VC-1) attached to USS Card (CVE-11) lost off Norfolk, VA 2-Jul-43;
				47494 (VMTB-143) lost off Guadalcanal Sep 30, 1943
				47502 (VMTB-134) lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Jul 1, 1944
				47504 assigned to AROU-1 lost off Momote in southwest Pacific Jul 20, 1945
				47506 (VMTB-233) from Torokina lost off Rabaul in south Paciric Feb 14, 1944
				47508 (VMTB-143) lost off Guadalacanal Jul 26, 1943
				47510 (VMTB-134) lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Dec 28, 1943
				47515 assigned to FAW-2 lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 26, 1944
				47517, aircraft anti-sub development unit, project unit,
					NAS Quonset Pt, RI; Special exercise; Dove-in & 
					exploded 4-5mi.off shore; 3 killed
				47531 (VT-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Kavieng in south Pacific Jan 1, 1944
				47533 (VC-35) lost in east central Pacific Oct 22, 1943
				47535 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Wake Oct 5, 1943
				47539 (VT-21) lost off Kahilli in south Pacific Jun 10, 1943
				47544 (VMTB-143) from Torokina lost off Kerav in south Pacific Feb 22, 1944
				47549 assigned to AA Guadalcanal lost off Guadalcanal Jan 15, 1945
				47551 (VMTB-143) lost off Munda in south Pacific Nov 16, 1943
				47553 (VF-33) attache to USS Breton (CVE-23) lost in south Pacific Sep 27, 1943
				47554 (VC-34) NAS Astoria, OR; 26-Jun-43; Crash landing
					at Flatsop County Airport, OR.
				47555 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Nov 11, 1943
				47556 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Jul 16, 1945
				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.
				47570 (VT-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-30) lost off Kavieng in south Pacific Jan 1, 1944
				47578 (VC-23) attached to USS Princeton (CVL-23) lost off Pearl Hzrbor, Hawaii Sep 27, 1943
				47579 (VC-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Makin in central Pacific Nov 11, 1943
				47586 (VT-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				47589 (VC-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Nauruin in central Pacific Dec 8, 1943
				47592 (VMTB-232) lost off Bougainville in south Pacific Oct 22, 1943
				47593 (VC-58) attached to USS Block Island (CVE-21) lost in north Atlantic Dec 27, 1943
				47594 (VC-13) attached to USS Core (CVE-13;  Ditched in north Atlantic 21-Jul-43
				47599 (VT-9) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost of Gilberts in central Pacific Nov 15, 1943
				47602 (VT-6) crashed at sea Sept 2, 1943 off NAS Puunene
					Maui, HI.  4 crew missing.
				47608 (VC-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 4, 1943
				47614 (VC-55) attached to USS Block Island (CVE-21) lost in north Atlantic Jun 4, 1944 when ship sank.
				47617 (VT-6) attached to USS Intrepid (CV-11) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				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
				Model G-40.  MSN 5404/5889.  Most of these are from BuNos! by Douglas E. Campbell
				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.
				47655 assigned to POOL Barbers Point, Hawaii Jun 6, 1945
				47658 (VC-55) attached to USS Card (CVE-11) pulled of the deck prematurely, pilot unlocked the landing gear, 
					plane settled back on the deck as the deck pitched upward, the landing gear collapsed and the aircraft 
					skidded over the bow into the Atlantic Ocean 350 mi N of Azores Dec 26, 1943.  3 crew rescud by USS Schenck 
					with minor injuries.
				47661 (VC-55) attached to USS Card (CVE-11) lost in north Atlantic Feb 3, 1944
				47663 (VT-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Chichi Jima in central Pacific Aug 5, 1944
				47665 (VC-19) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost in north Atlantic Aug 27, 1944
				47668 assigned to AA Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Dec 29, 1944
				47669 (VC-19) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost in north Atlantic Jul 28, 1944
				47670 modified to TBF-1D with AN/APS-3 radar in antisubmarine role
				47674 (VC-95) attached to USS Croatan (CVE-25) lost in north Atlantic Jun 14, 1944
				47676 (VT-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Trinidad Mar 25, 1944
				47677 (VC-1) attached to USS Croatan (CVE-25) lost off Africa Feb 19, 1944
				47679 (VC-6) attached to USS Block Island (CVE-21) lost off Cape Verde in north Atlantic Mar 19, 1944
				47681 (VC-19) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost in north Atlantic Jul 22, 1944
				47688 SOC Feb 28, 1945.  Lost location 20 Miles west of Key West Florida in 33 feet of water 
					Seen by Mel Fisher salvage team in 1971.  Salvaged by Mel Fisher Salvage team Feb 25, 1987
				47689 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL408.   No record of fate.
				47694 (VT-31) attached to USS Cabot (CVL-28) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				47695 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 13, 1944
				47696 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Rota in central Pacific Jun 14, 1944
				47697 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost in Gulf of Paria in north Atlantic Feb 18, 1944
				47698 (VC-33) attached to USS Coral Sea (CVE-57) lost off Guadalcanal Mar 20, 1944
				47699 (VJ-18) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific May 22, 1945
				47700 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Okinawa Oct 10, 1944
				47702 (VC-37) attached to USS Sangamon (CVE-26) lost off Gilberts in central Pacific Dec 10, 1943
				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 (MSN 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 (MSN 5492) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2533.  Crashed at Ohakea on Dec 7, 1944 after an engine failure on a test flight.
				47727 (MSN 5493) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2534.  Returned to US Navy at Espiritu Santo Oct 21, 1944
				47728 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				47729 (MSN 5495) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2531.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944
				47730 (MSN 5496) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2526.  SOC Mar 1948 and scrapped.
				47731 (MSN 5497) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2517.  To 30 Squadron, named "Sophisticated Lady". To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm 
					Sep 7, 1945
				47732 (MSN 5498) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2529.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944.
				47733 (MSN 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 (MSN 5502) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2519.  SOC Mar 1948 and scrapped.
				47738 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Feb 3, 1944
				47739 (VC-33) attached to USS Coral Sea (CVE-57) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jan 27, 1944
				47740 (MSN 5506) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2520.  Returned to US Navy at Espirtu Santo Oct 28, 1944.
				47743 assigned to AA&RH Hawaii Feb 20, 1945
				47744 (VMTB-232) lost off Ulithi in west central Pacific Feb 19, 1945
				47745 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Apr 23, 1944
				47746 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 17, 1944
				47748 (VMTB-143) from Munda lost off Tobera in south Pavific Jan 29, 1944
				47749 (VC-33) attached to USS Coral Sea (CVE-57) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				47753 (VT-100) lost off Hawaii Apr 13, 1945
				47755 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Nov 30, 1943
				47756 (VT-1) attached to USS Yorktown (CV-10) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				47758 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				47761 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 18, 1944
				47762 (VT-30) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 17, 1944
				47763 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47764 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Formosa Oct 15, 1944
				47766 lost Jul 12, 1944
				47769 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				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
				47804 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii lost off Hawaii May 7, 1945
				47805 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				47806 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Guam Jun 25, 1944
				47808 (MSN 5574) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2521.  Crashed near Rabaul after being hit by flak during a 
					bombing run May 31, 1944.
				47810 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 19, 1944
				47811 (VC-7) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Tumleo in southwest Pacific Apr 22, 1944
				47812 (VT-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Truk in central Pacific Feb 17, 1944
				47813 (MSN 5579) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2528.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944.
				47814 (MSN 5580) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2535.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945.
				47815 (VC-33) attached to USS Coral Sea (CVE-57) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Nov 3, 1943
				47816 (VC-36) attached to USS Core (CVE-13) lost off Azores in north Atlantic Apr 9, 1944
				47817 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.  Another report has the plane
					being with VT-2 and attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				47818 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Puunene in east central Pacific Dec 23, 1943
				47822 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47826 (VT-10) attached to USS Enterprise (CV-6) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				47827 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific May 21, 1945
				47828 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				47829 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost west of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				47830 assigned to CASU(F)-12 at Guam Jul 26, 1945
				47833 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Wakde in southwest Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				47850 (MSN 5616) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2522.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945
				47851 (MSN 5617) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2532.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30 1944
				47852 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47853 (MSN 5619) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2536.  SOC Mar 1948
				47854 (VT-8) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Jan 25, 1944
				47855 (MSN 5621) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2523.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945.
				47856 (MSN 5622) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2537.  Returned to US Navy Oct 21, 1944.
				47857 (MSN 5623) to New Zealand Jan 1944 as NZ2524.  Returned to US Navy at Espiritu Santo Oct 21, 1944
				47858 (MSN 5624) to New Zealand Dec 1943 as NZ2525.  Returned to US Navy at Espiritu Santo Oct 30, 1944.
				47859 (MSN 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.
				47860 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				47861 (MSN 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.
				47862 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
				47864 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				47866 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 27, 1944
				47867 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Wakde in southwest Pacific Apr 22, 1944
				47868 (VC-60) attached to USS Suwannee (CVE-27) lost off Roi in west central Pacific Jan 31, 1944
				47870 assigned to CASU(F)-47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 29, 1945
				47874 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Palau in central Pacific Jul 5, 1944
				47876 (VT-15) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Puunene, Hawaii Mar 17, 1944
				47879 (VT-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Engebi in west central Pacific Feb 11, 1944
				47882 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost W of Saipan in central Pacific Jun 19, 1944
				47886 assigned to A&R Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Sep 27, 1944
				47887 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 15, 1944
				47904 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				47905 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Guam Jul 27, 1944
				47907 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				47908 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				47909 (VT-2) lost off Hilo, Hawaii Jan 23, 1944
				47911 (VC-7) attached to USS Manila Bay (CVE-61) lost off Marshalls in central Pacific Jan 30, 1944
				47912 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				47915 (VT-17) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Jan 29, 1944
				47917 (VF-24) attached to USS belleau Wood (CVL-24) lost off Emirau in southwest Pacific Mar 20, 1944
				47919 assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Jul 26, 1945
				47920 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 30, 1944
				47925 (VT-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				47926 (VT-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Kaneohe in east central Pacific Jan 16, 1944
				47928 (VT-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Jan 16, 1944
				47933 (VT-32) attached to USS Langley (CVL-27) lost off Panama in central Atlantic Dec 8, 1943
				47935 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost in Leyte Gulf Oct 18, 1944
				47936 (VC-9) attached to USS Solomons (CVE-67) lost off Recife in south Atlantic Jun 15, 1944
				47938 (VF(N)-79) attached to USS Independence (CVL-22) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 31, 1944
				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.
					47945 (JZ222) reported at Trimcomalee 1945, subsequently SOC.
					47948 (JZ225) failed to return from reconnaissance mission between Flushing
						and Den Helder May 19, 1944.  All 3 crewmebers MIA, presumed killed.
					47954 (JZ231) sank into sea on takeoff from HMS Begum Aug 28, 1944.
						Crew rescued.
					47957 (JZ234) struck by Avenger JZ121 (ex BuNo 47639) on HMS Shah Jan 13, 1945.
						Subsequently offloaded at Trincomalle and SOC.
				47969 assigned to CASU-2 Barbers Point, Hawaii Sep 22, 1944
				47972 (VC-13) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost off North Africa Jan 20, 1944
				47973 (VT-15) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Canal Zone in central Pacific Jun 25, 1944
				47975 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Guam Jun 25, 1944
				47977 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Luzon in Philippines Oct 24, 1944
				47979 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 20, 1944
				47980 (VT-8) attached to USS Bunker Hill (CV-17) lost off Wakde in southwest Pacific Apr 21, 1944
				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.
				48010 (VC-36) attached to USS Core (CVE-13) lost off Canaries in north Atlantic May 20, 1944
				48012 (VT(N)-53) lost off Hilo, Hawaii Apr 23, 1945
				48014 (VT-99) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 30, 1945
				48016 (MSN 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 (MSN 5783) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2540.  Returned to US Navy Oct 21, 1944.
				48018 (VT-44) lost off Hawaii Sep 25, 1944.
				48019 (VT-26) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost off Morotai in Philippines Sep 27, 1944
				48020 (MSN 5786) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2544.  Damaged by enemy AAA May 28, 1944 and w/o at Bougainville
				48021 (MSN 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 (MSN 5789) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2542.  SOC Mar 1948 and scrapped
				48024 (MSN 5790) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2543.  Returned to US Navy Oct 30, 1944.
				48028 (VJ-17) lost off Guam Jul 15, 1945
				48032 (MSN 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.
				48050 (VT-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Trinidad in central Atlantic Mar 25, 1944
				48052 (VT-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Trinidad in central Atlantic Mar 26, 1944
				48054 (VT-13) attached to USS Franklin (CV-13) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 12, 1944
				48055 (MSN 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.  
				48058 (VC-36) attached to USS Core (CVE-13) lost off Azores in north Atlantic May 15, 1944
				48059 (VT-26) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost off Florida Islands in south Pacific Apr 12, 1944.
				48060 (MSN 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 (MSN 5843) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2547.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Sep 7, 1945.
				48080 (VT-26) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 13, 1944
				48081 (MSN 5847) to New Zealand Feb 1944 as NZ2548.  Landed in sea after engine failure during operational 
					training flight on Mar 15, 1944
				48082 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Rota in central Pacific Jul 27, 1944
				48084 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Palau in central Pacific Mar 31, 1944
				48087 (VT-14) attached to USS Wasp (CV-18) lost off Formosa Oct 11, 1944
				48089 (VC-55) attached to USS Card (CVE-11) lost in north Atlantic Jan 27, 1944
				48090 (VC-9) attached to USS Solomons (CVE-67) lost off Brazil in south Atlantic Apr 20, 1944
				48091 (VT-26) attached to USS Santee (CVE-29) lost in Philippine Sea Oct 25, 1944
				48093 assigned to CASU-42 lost off Pityilu in southwest Pacific Oct 12, 1944
				48094 (VT-25) attached to USS Cowpens (CVL-25) lost off Pagan in central Pacific Jun 12, 1944
				48095 (VT-28) attached to USS Monterey (CVL-26) lost off Marianas in central Pacific Jul 10, 1944
				48097 (VT-100) lost off Hawaii May 21, 1945.
				48098 assigned to CASU(F)-47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 29, 1945
				48099 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				48100 (VC-97) from Hawaii lost off Hawaii Jan 21, 1945
				48101 (VC-63) attacvhed to USS Natoma Bay (CVE-62) lost off Kavieng in south Pacific Mar 18, 1944
				48103 assigned to CASU-35 destroyed on ground by crashing PB4Y-1 38766 Aug 9, 1944, Eniwetok.
				48105 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				48106 (VT-15) attached to USS Essex (CV-9) lost off Bonins in central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				48108 (VC-79) lost off Hawaii Apr 24, 1945
				48109 (VC-58) attached to USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) lost off Cape Verde in north Atlantic Apr 14, 1944
				48113 (VT-2) attached to USS Hornet (CV-12) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 30, 1944
				48117 (VT-16) attached to USS Lexington (CV-16) lost off Truk in central Pacific Apr 29, 1944
				48120 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Aug 7, 1945
				48121 (VC-65) attached to USS Midway (CVE-63) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 15, 1944
				48122 (VC-33) attached to USS Coral Sea (CVE-57) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Feb 7, 1944
				48123 (VMTB-232) lost off New Ireland in south Pacific May 22, 1944
48124			Martin PBM-3D Mariner
				48124 to US Coast Guard Oct 1945 as 7968
48125/48163		Martin PBM-3S Mariner
				48125 assigned to POOL San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 30, 1945
				48126 (VP-213) missing on routine patrol out of NAS Harvey Point, NC 12/13/1943.
					18 MIA.
				48128 (VPB-213) parachute flare caught fire onboard and plane made emergency landing at sea off Trinidad Jan 19, 1945.
					Crash boat took the crew onboard, attempted to tow the plane, but the plane capsized and sank.
				48129 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 16, 1945
				48130 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 16, 1945
				48131 assigned to POOL San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 29, 1945
				48133 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 20, 1945
				48134 (VP-213) hit ammunition magazine when landed in ammunition dump during night
					landing at NAS Key West, FL 1/26/1944.  12 killed.
				48135 (VP-213) struck submerged object and sank while taxiing at NAS Harvey Point, NC Dec 16, 1943.
					All crew rescued.
				48136 assigned to POOL San Juan, Puerto Rico Jun 23, 1945
				48137 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 20, 1945
				48138 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 16, 1945
				48139 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 16, 1945
				48140 assigned to POOL San Juan, Puerto Rico May 18, 1945
				48141 (VP-212) blew own tail off by dropped depth charge during bombing practice
					out of NAS Key West, FL 1/22/1944 and spun in.  4 of 12 crew killed.
				48142 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jan 16, 1945
				48143 to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX118.  SOC Jan 11, 1945.
				48144 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic May 31, 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
				48148 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 20, 1945
				48149 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 20, 1945
				48150 (VPB-214) forced down at sea due to oil failure off Cuba Dec 26, 1944.  Plane sank in 45 minutes.
					Crew rescued
				48151 lost off Coco Solo in central Atlantic Jun 20, 1945
				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.  Plane
					was cut adrift from its moorings at Bermuda, and blown onto rocks and damaged.  Repaired and returned to
					service.
				48154 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX124, but
					was not delivered to RAF.  Assigned to CASU(F)-48 Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 28, 1945
				48155 to RAF as Mariner GR.1. JX125.  SOC Mar 11, 1944.  Listed as being with VR-2 and lost off Espiru Santo in 
					south Pacific Aug 9, 1944
				48156 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX126, but
					was not delivered to RAF.  Assigned to CASU(F)-48 Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 28, 1945
				48157 to RAF as Mariner GR.1. JX127.  SOC Mar 23, 1944.   Also listed as assigned to POOL Ebeye Aug 14, 1945
				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.  Must have been returned to US Navy, since
					was with VH-5 when made forced landing at sea on flight from Mather Field to Hickam Field, Hawaii
					Jan 29, 1945.  Crew picked up by ship, aircraft was destroyed by USS Pocomoke (AV-9)
				48160 was to have been delivered to RAF as Mariner GR.1 JX130, but
					was not delivered to RAF.  With VH-1 forced by engine failure to land in rough seas 100 mi SW of Saipan
					Jul 13, 1945. All crew were picked up, but aircraft was DBR.
				48161 to RAF as Mariner GR.1. JX131.  SOC Mar 4, 1944.  Must have been returned to US Navy since listed as
					being with VH-3 and lost off Saipan in west central Pacific Apr 13, 1945
				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
				48164 assigned o CASU(F)-48 Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 28, 1945
				48165 (VP-16) crashed at sea SE of Palau Island Sep 29, 1944.  10 crew killed, one survived.
				48166 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 14, 1945
				48168 (VPB-25) lost in Leyte Gulf Mar 14, 1945
				48169 assigned to AA Kaneohe, Hawaii Feb 24, 1945
				48172 (VP-202) lost off Kawajalein in central Pacific Mar 16, 1944.
				48173 (VP-16) hit by bowser boat while being refueled and sank off 
					Tanapag Harbor, Saipan 6/19/1944.  Crew unharmed.
				48174 assigned to FAW-2 lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Nov 28, 1944
				48175 (VP-202) while moored to a buoy was struck by an LST and sank at Majuro Atoll Feb 6, 1944.
				48177 (VP-202) from Hawaii lost NW of Tarawa in central Pacific Jan 24, 1944
				48180 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii May 2, 1945
				48182 (VP-202) sank after night landing accident Kwajalein
					Atoll 2/16/1944.  5 killed, 6 survived.
				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.
					48185 (VP-216) made open sea landing out of Saipan due to engine failure Jun 25, 1944.  Plane sank
					48188 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 14, 1945
					48189 (VPB-216) ran out of fuel 80 mi from base at Noulu Atoll and made landing in open sea Oct 7, 1944.
						Wing was torn off, 9 crew members escaped the wreckage but 3 were killed.
					48192 assigned to AA Kaneohe, Hawaii Feb 24, 1945
				48194 (VPB-20) bomb dropped into water and exploded in Leyte Gulf while at mooring and being serviced by 
					a boat from USS Currituck Dec 12, 1944.  2 crew killed, aircraft sank
				4819x assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 27, 1945
				48199 (VP-16) forced landing at Howland Island lagoon, burned 
					6-10-1944.  Crew rescued.
				48200 (VP-16) attacked in friendly fire incident by P-61 night fighters Jul 10, 1944. Aircraft able to
					return to base, but deemed DBR.
				48202 (VP-16) forced landing at sea Apr 11, 1944 on flight from NAS San Diego to NAS Kaneohe, Hawaii 
					and sank during night ferry flight.  Crew rescued.
				48204 (VP-216) damaged on takeoff from Saipan Aug 1, 1944.
				48205 (VP-216) suffered engine problems and landed at sea out of Saipan Jul 31, 1944.  Crew rescued, aircraft
					sunk by gunfire
				48207 (VPB-16) both engines quit and aircraft made water landing 45 mi from Saipan Nov 1, 1944. 
					No crew injuries, only minor damage to plane
				48208 (VP-16) emergency landing and sank near Saipan 6/27/1944.  All crew safe.
				48212 (VPB-25) SOC Jinamoc in Philippines Jun 10, 1945
				48214 to US Coast Guard as 48214.
				48215 (VP-202) DBR Aug 2, 1944 at NATS Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides when it
					ran aground during a buoy approach and sank in 25 feet of water.
				48217 lost at seaplane base at Manus in southwest Pacific Jul 21, 1945
				48218 assigned to CASU(F)-48 Saipan in west central Pacific Feb 28, 1945
				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.  Another report states that was lost at
					seaplane base at Manus in southwest Pacific Jul 21, 1945
48224/48228		Boeing B-314 Clipper flown by PAA crews under contract to US Navy
				48224, B-314A MSN 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 MSN 1990 became 48225.
				48225, B-314A, MSN 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 MSN 1991 became 48226.
				48226, B-314A, MSN 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 MSN 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.  Aircraft made forced landing and occupants taken off by tanker
					SS Englewood Hills. Aircraft later sunk by gunfire.
				48228, B-314A MSN 2083, ex NC18609.  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
				Model G-21A MSN 1004 NC16913 impressed by US Navy in 1942 but probably not delivered.  
					To LV-AFP Aug 18, 1947.   To LV-FDT Jul 18, 1951.  to CC-CAO-0122 Oct 31, 1951.  
					W/o Jan 22, 1962 at O'Higgins Lake, Chile
48230/48231		Martin M-130 
				Two China Clippers operated by US Navy.
				48230 (MSN 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 (MSN 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
				Ryan Aeronautical Corporation Model 28. A composite piston and jet engine fighter
				48232 hit mountain top before crashing into Sycamore Canyon near San Diego, CA Oct 13, 1944.
					Investigation showed that the wing structure was not strong enough to resist compressibility effects.
				48233 Crashed 25Mar45 when the pilot failed to recover from a dive from 35,000 feet, probably because
					the wing structure was not strong enough to resist compressibility effects.
				48234 the canopy blew off during a high speed pass over Lindberg Field, San Diego, CA
					Apr 5, 1945 and the pilot bailed out.  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 first flight Jan 26, 1945.  Only one engine avaiable for installation, first flight made without
					second engine.   Crashed Nov 1, 1945, killing the pilot
				48236 damaged in belly landing Aug 24, 1945.   Assigned to NATC, Patuxent River, Maryland.  Tested on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt
					Jul 21, 1946, the first by US jet aircraft.   Crashed Aug 26, 1946 
48237/48238		Lockheed XP2V-1 Neptune
				MSN 26-1001/1002.  Model 026-49-01
				48237 first flight May 17, 1945.  Delivered to US Navy May 1946
				48238 delivered to US Navy Jun 1947.  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 4 delivered.
				48239 (M-1) 625,000 cu ft patrol airship.  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) 647,000 cu ft patrol airship.  Arrived 12 Mar 1944 assigned to ZP-21 NAS Richmond, FL. The squadron was officially 
					disestablished on November 14, 1945.
 				48241 (M-3) 647,000 cu ft patrol airship.  Completed 15 Jan 1944 assigned to ZP-21 NAS Richmond, FL. The squadron was officially 
					disestablished on November 14, 1945.
				48242 (M-4) 647,000 cu ft patrol airship.  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.  Last flight Sep 1956.
48243/48245		Curtiss SOC-3A  
				Curtiss -Wright Corporation Model 71 Seagull.  SOC-4s taken over from U. S. Coast Guard  
				48243 (MSN 12412) was ex-USCG V171
				48244 (MSN 12413) was ex-USCG V172
				48245 (MSN 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 (MSN 7761) to JMSDF as 6422
					48247 (MSN 7763) remaufactured b Beech as SNB-5.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N6682.
				48248/48250 ex USAAF 44-47385/47387
				48251 (MSN 7786) ex USAAF 44-47389.  To JMSDF as 6413 
48252/48451		Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
				Could use both runway and water
				31 delivered to USAAF as OA-10
				48252 (CAC no 1444, Seq no. t101, Hull # 1614) to N9415H.  To Netherlands Navy as P-216
				48253 (CAC no 1445, Seq no. t102, Hull # 1615) 
				48254 (CAC no 1446, Seq no. t103, Hull # 1616) 
				48255 (CAC no 1447, Seq no. t104, Hull # 1617) 
				48256 (CAC no 1448, Seq no. t105, Hull # 1618) 
				48257 (CAC no 1449, Seq no. t106, Hull # 1619) to N68744. To Israeli AF in 1952 as 3402.  To N94574 to A-F Helicopters Aug 20 1958, cancelled Dec 1, 1959
					on export to the Netherlands.  To G-APZA Jan 14, 1960.  WFU Jul 30, 1960 
				48258 (CAC no 1450, Seq no. t107, Hull # 1620) 
				48259 (CAC no 1451, Seq no. t108, Hull # 1621) (VP-12) hit mountain on Choiseul Island in the Solomons Mar 8, 1944.  9 killed.
				48260 (CAC no 1452, Seq no. t109, Hull # 1622) 
				48261 (CAC no 1453, Seq no. t110, Hull # 1623) 
				48262 (CAC no 1454, Seq no. t111, Hull # 1624) to N10016
				48263 (CAC no 1455, Seq no. t112, Hull # 1625) 
				48264 (CAC no 1456, Seq no. t113, Hull # 1626) assigned to CASU(F)-58 Sangley Point in Philippines Jul 21, 1945
				48265 (CAC no 1457, Seq no. t114, Hull # 1627) to N68745
				48266 (CAC no 1458, Seq no. t115, Hull # 1628) 
				48267 (CAC no 1459, Seq no. t116, Hull # 1629)  to N1275N
				48268 (CAC no 1460, Seq no. t117, Hull # 1630) (VPB-100) crashed out of NAS Kaneohe 2/1/1945 on night navigation training flight.  10 killed.
				48269 (CAC no 1461, Seq no. t118, Hull # 1631) 
				48270 (CAC no 1462, Seq no. t119, Hull # 1632) suffered landing accident 4/1/1946, Iaupahoehoe, Hawaii.  Sank while under tow.
				48271 (CAC no 1463, Seq no. t120, Hull # 1633) to N68769
				48272 (CAC no 1464, Seq no. t121, Hull # 1634) 
				48273 (CAC no 1465, Seq no. t122, Hull # 1635) 
				48274 (CAC no 1466, Seq no. t123, Hull # 1636) to N3784C
				48275 (CAC no 1467, Seq no. t124, Hull # 1637) to N1586M, then CF-NTJ
				48276 (CAC no 1468, Seq no. t125, Hull # 1638) 
				48277 (CAC no 1469, Seq no. t126, Hull # 1639) 
				48278 (CAC no 1470, Seq no. t127, Hull # 1640) 
				48279 (CAC no 1471, Seq no. t128, Hull # 1641) 
				48280 (CAC no 1472, Seq no. t129, Hull # 1642) (VP-44) overshot landing and hit obstacle Luganville airfield, South Pacific 5/12/1944.
					3 killed, 6 injured.
				48281 (CAC no 1473, Seq no. t130, Hull # 1643) to N1540M then CF-IHJ
				48282 (CAC no 1474, Seq no. t131, Hull # 1644) 
				48283 (CAC no 1475, Seq no. t132, Hull # 1645) 
				48284 (CAC no 1476, Seq no. t133, Hull # 1646) crashed into Pacific Ocean N of Point Arena, CA Aug 7, 1946.  All 6 onboard killed.
				48285 (CAC no 1477, Seq no. t134, Hull # 1647) 
				48286 (CAC no 1478, Seq no. t135, Hull # 1648)   
				48287 (CAC no 1479, Seq no. t136, Hull # 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.
				48288 (CAC no 1480, Seq no. t137, Hull # 1650) 
				48289 (CAC no 1481, Seq no. t138, Hull # 1651) (VPB-63) damaged in takeoff accident on frozen Lake Glomel, France 1/12/1945.  Crew was unhurt,
					aircraft SOC
				48290 (CAC no 1482, Seq no. t139, Hull # 1652) to N68762
				48291 (CAC no 1483, Seq no. t140, Hull # 1653) (VP-3) in midair collision Dec 16, 1947.
				48292 (CAC no 1484, Seq no. t141, Hull # 1654) 
				48293 (CAC no 1485, Seq no. t142, Hull # 1655) 
				48294 (CAC no 1486, Seq no. t143, Hull # 1656) delivered to FAW-14 at NAS San Diego Nov 5, 1943.  Loaned to US Coast Guard Jun 1945, returned.  
					To storage at Litchfield Park, Arizona Aug 5, 1953.  Formally SOC Aug 27, 1956.  To civil registry as N9521C.  
					Restored in Canada, now flyable.   At Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA since 2001.
				48295 (CAC no 1487, Seq no. t144, Hull # 1657)  to N9503C
				48296 (CAC no 1488, Seq no. t145, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1489, Seq no. t146, Hull # 1659) to RAAF as A24-75.  Sold on civilian registry as VH-BDY 1947.
				48298 (CAC no 1490, Seq no. t147, Hull # 1660) to RAAF as A24-74.  11 Sqn Feb 5, 1944 Code FJ-F.Original to be FJ-D.   Forced landing in Clarence River
					May 21, 1944.  Conversion Feb 12, 1946.
				48299 (CAC no 1491, Seq no. t148, Hull # 1661) to RAAF as A24-76. 20 Sqn Feb 27, 1944 Coded RB-J  .43 Sqn Nov 14, 1944  Crashed Dec 19, 1944, Broome, WA.
				48300 (CAC no 1492, Seq no. t149, Hull # 1662) to RAAF as A24-73.  20 Sqn Apr 8, 1944.Coded RB-T.  Failed to return from Surabaya May 21, 1944.
				48301 (CAC no 1493, Seq no. t150, Hull # 1663) to RAAF as A24-77. 20 Sqn Feb 27, 1944 Coded RB-X.  42 Sqn Apr 16, 1945.  43 Sqn Jul  12, 1945. 11 Sqn Nov 12, 1945.
					43 Sqn Jan 1, 1946.  Sold to C. K. Campbell Nov 12, 1947.
				48302 (CAC no 1494, Seq no. t151, Hull # 1664) to RAAF as A24-78.  11 Sqn Feb 28, 1944.  20 Sqn Sep 23, 1944.  42 Sqn Oct 9, 1944.  43 Sqn  Sep 3, 1945.
					Sold to Barrier Reef Airways Nov 10, 1947.
				48303 (CAC no 1495, Seq no. t152, Hull # 1665) (VPB-71) crashed during emergency landing at Midway Oct 8, 1944.  Plane sank, 2 crew killed, 8 survived.
				48304 (CAC no 1496, Seq no. t153, Hull # 1666) to N1555M, then CF-NWY
				48305 (CAC no 1497, Seq no. t154, Hull # 1667)
				48306/48313 Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
					48306 (CAC no 1498, Seq no. t155, Hull # 1668)
					48307 (CAC no 1499, Seq no. t156, Hull # 1669)
					48308 (CAC no 1500, Seq no. t157, Hull # 1670)
					48309 (CAC no 1501, Seq no. t158, Hull # 1671)
					48310 (CAC no 1502, Seq no. t159, Hull # 1672)  Ti French Fleet aair Arm as 6F-19  Crashed 
						Aug 21, 1944 near Saint Tropez french Cote d'Azur.  Left wing was hit by a wave and left
						engine with the redcer turn off under the impact and hit the cockpit, killing the pilot.
					48311 (CAC no 1503, Seq no. t160, Hull # 1673)
					48312 (CAC no 1504, Seq no. t161, Hull # 1674)
					48313 (CAC no 1505, Seq no. t162, Hull # 1675) struck by ground-looping B-17 42-29570 at Casablanca, Morocco Apr 26, 1944. 
				48314 (CAC no 1506, Seq no. t163, Hull # 1676) transferred to US Coast Guard
				48315 (CAC no 1507, Seq no. t164, Hull # 1677)
				48316 (CAC no 1508, Seq no. t165, Hull # 1678)
				48317 (CAC no 1509, Seq no. t166, Hull # 1679) ferry registered as N1495V; ferried 22 Feb 1951 to Aviolanda, Papendrecht, 
					Netherlands, for inspection and overhaul, to NL Marineluchtvaartdienst (NAS) 29 May 1952 as P-212, later 16-212, 
					SOC 7 Aug 1957, Set up in swimming pool at Bosbad Hoeven in 1957; Displayed at the military aviation museum in 
					Kamp van Zeist, Soesterberg 1984 to Military Aviation Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands; 2014 in storage National 
					Military Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands.  Moved to the Nederlands Transport Museum, Nieuw-Vennep 27Aug20. 
					To be restored to static display condition by the Neptune Association Foundation and returned for display at 
					the National Military Museum, Soesterberg
				48318 (CAC no 1510, Seq no. t167, Hull # 1680)
				48319 (CAC no 1511, Seq no. t168, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1512, Seq no. t169, Hull # 1682) on civil registry as N31232
				48321 (CAC no 1513, Seq no. t170, Hull # 1683) to USAAF as 49-2894
				48322 (CAC no 1514, Seq no. t171, Hull # 1684) Kenting Aviation (Canada) registered as
					CF-IJJ participated in the Britain Falkland Is. Dependencies Aerial Survey 1955-57.
					to N1564M
				48323 (CAC no 1515, Seq no. t172, Hull # 1685) 
				48324 (CAC no 1516, Seq no. t173, Hull # 1686) 
				48325 (CAC no 1517, Seq no. t174, Hull # 1687) 
				48326 (CAC no 1518, Seq no. t175, Hull # 1688) (VP-24) crashed 6/27/1944 Majuro, South Pacific. All crew rescued.
				48327 (CAC no 1519, Seq no. t176, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1520, Seq no. t177, Hull # 1690) crashed on ferry flight from NAS Seattle to CGAS Elizabeth City Feb 11, 1947.
					2 of 6 aboard survived the crash.
				48329 (CAC no 1521, Seq no. t178, Hull # 1691) 
				48330 (CAC no 1522, Seq no. t179, Hull # 1692) 
				48331 (CAC no 1523, Seq no. t180, Hull # 1693) (VBP-24) lost Dec 31, 1944 in South Pacific during non-combat mission due to unknown cause.
				48332 (CAC no 1524, Seq no. t181, Hull # 1694) to Norwegian AF as KK-D
				48333 (CAC no 1525, Seq no. t182, Hull # 1695)  to N9512C
				48334 (CAC no 1526, Seq no. t183, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1527, Seq no. t184, Hull # 1697) to N10019
				48336 (CAC no 1528, Seq no. t185, Hull # 1698) 
				48337 (CAC no 1529, Seq no. t186, Hull # 1699) 
				48338 (CAC no 1530, Seq no. t187, Hull # 1700) 
				48339 (CAC no 1531, Seq no. t188, Hull # 1701) (VP-53) wrecked in takeoff accident on rescue mission near Maloepal, South Pacific 6/9/1944.
					Crew unhurt, plane sunk by gunfire.
				48340 (CAC no 1532, Seq no. t189, Hull # 1702) 
				48341 (CAC no 1533, Seq no. t190, Hull # 1703) (VP-53) hit by SBD-5 36436 while parked at Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands Mar 25, 1944. SOC. 
				48342 (CAC no 1534, Seq no. t191, Hull # 1704) (VP-45) damaged on landing at NAS Whidbey Island, WA Jan 22, 1944
				48343 (CAC no 1535, Seq no. t192, Hull # 1705) to N4936V
				48344 (CAC no 1536, Seq no. t193, Hull # 1706) to RAAF as A24-79. Completed Oct 29, 1943.   Delivered to RAAF Jan 28, 1944 as 48344.
					To 2FBRD Jan 28, 1944. Changed to A24-79 Jan 29, 1944.  To 1FBRD Oct 30, 1944. To 43 Sqn May 16, 1944.
					To 11 Sqn Jun 8, 1944.  To 1FBMU Jun 21, 1944.  To 11 Sqn Jul 5, 1944.  To 2FBRD Nov 21, 1945  and placed 
					into storage Feb 5, 1946. To CMU Lake Boga May 15, 1946 Sold to Barrier Reef Airways Nov 10, 1947
					Issued May 14, 1948. Modified into a houseboat sometime. Noted at Muddy Bay/Airlie Beach as late as 1996, possibly towed to sea and sunk.
				48345 (CAC no 1537, Seq no. t194, Hull # 1707) to RAAF as A24-84. 20 Sqn Jun 7, 1944.  3 OTU Feb 19, 1945.  11 Sqn Nov 12, 1945.  43  Sqn Jan 10, 1946.  Sold Jan 5,1948.
				48346 (CAC no 1538, Seq no. t195, Hull # 1708) to RAAF as A24-83. 20 Sqn Jun 7, 1944.  42 Sqn Jan 18, 1945. Sold to Kingsford-Smith Jan 5, 1948.
				48347 (CAC no 1539, Seq no. t196, Hull # 1709) was to have gone to RAAF but disappered
					on delivery flight Feb 4, 1944  Aircraft departed the west coast of the US on a ferry flight to Australia on Jan 28, 1944. 
					Departed Suva Feb 4, 1944. The aircraft never reached Australia and was listed as missing somewhere between Suva and Rathmines. 
					The last contact was a signal received the same day it departed Suva. No distress signals were ever received. 
					Most likely would have been serialed A24-83. The entire crew of 6 were pressumed dead:   
				48348 (CAC no 1540, Seq no. t197, Hull # 1710) to RAAF as A24-87.  20 Sqn Jun 23, 1944.   3 OTU Jan 17, 1946.  Sold to Sydney Morning Herald Mar 24, 1947.
				48349 (CAC no 1541, Seq no. t198, Hull # 1711) to RAAF as A24-80. 3 OTU May 1, 1944.   11 Sqn Dec 6, 1945.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith Jan 5, 1948.
				48350 (CAC no 1542, Seq no. t199, Hull # 1712)  to RAAF as A24-81. 3 OTU May 1, 1944. 11 Sqn Dec 6, 1945.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith Jan 5, 1948.
				48351 (CAC no 1543, Seq no. t200, Hull # 1713) to RAAF as A24-85 20 Sqn Jun 8, 1944.  43 Sqn Sep 25, 1944.  42 Sqn Jan 26, 1945.  
					11 Sqn Aug 10, 1945. and being sold Nov 12, 1947.
				48352 (CAC no 1544, Seq no. t201, Hull # 1714) to RAAF as A24-88.  Built Nov 2, 1943, taken on by RAAF Mar 26, 1944.  3 OTU Apr 25, 1944. 
					42 Sqn Aug 8, 1944,   RK-A.11 Sqn Aug 8, 1945.  Sold to Kingsford-Smith Jan 5, 1948.  Used as a Murray River houseboat 
					for many years.  Almost all of the fuselage surivives at Australian National Aviation Museum at 
					Moorabbin Airport, Melbourne.
				48353 (CAC no 1545, Seq no. t202, Hull # 1715) to RAAF as A24-93. 3 OTU Apr 25, 1944.  42 Sqn Aug 9, 1944.   112 Air Sea Rescue Flight Jul 1, 1945.  
					11 Sqn Jul 13, 1945.  Sold Jan 5, 1948.
				48354 (CAC no 1546, Seq no. t203, Hull # 1716) to RAAF as A24-89. 43 Sqn Jul 15, 1944.  42 Sqn Sep 1, 1944.  11 Sqn Aug 2, 1945. 
					Sold to Barrier Reef Airways Nov 10, 1947.
				48355 (CAC no 1547, Seq no. t204, Hull # 1717) to RAAF as A24-90.  3 OTU Apr 26, 1944.  42 Sqn Aug 9, 1944.  Failed to return from Makassar Oct 15, 1944.
				48356 (CAC no 1548, Seq no. t205, Hull # 1718) to RAAF as A24-86.  Sold to J. E. Woods Nov 13, 1947.
				48357 (CAC no 1549, Seq no. t206, Hull # 1719) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy.  (VPF-1, French) flew into water off Agadir, French Morocco 6/23/1944.  
					All crew killed.
				48358 (CAC no 1550, Seq no. t207, Hull # 1720) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				48359 (CAC no 1551, Seq no. t208, Hull # 1721) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				48360 (CAC no 1552, Seq no. t209, Hull # 1722)  Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				48361 (CAC no 1553, Seq no. t210, Hull # 1723) (VPF-1) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy.  Crash-landed due to fuel exhaustion and bad 
					weather 7/12/1944 of Safi, French Morocco.  5 killed, 4 rescued.
				48362 (CAC no 1554, Seq no. t211, Hull # 1724) Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				48363 (CAC no 1555, Seq no. t212, Hull # 1725)  Lend-Lease to Free French Navy
				48364 (CAC no 1556, Seq no. t213, Hull # 1726) to USAAF as OA-10 43-47956
				48365 (CAC no 1557, Seq no. t214, Hull # 1727) to USAAF as OA-10 43-47957
				48366 (CAC no 1558, Seq no. t215, Hull # 1728 to USAAF as OA-10 43-47958
				48367 (CAC no 1559, Seq no. t216, Hull # 1729) to USAAF as OA-10 43-47959
				48368 (CAC no 1560, Seq no. t217, Hull # 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-10 43-47960.
				48369 (CAC no 1561, Seq no. t218, Hull # 1731) to USAAF as OA-10 43-47961
				48370 (CAC no 1562, Seq no. t219, Hull # 1732) (VPB-92) sank after hard landing NAS San Juan, Puerto Rico 10/19/1944.  SOC.  Crew unhurt
				48371 (CAC no 1563, Seq no. t220, Hull # 1733) to US Coast Guard, then to N5589V
				48372 (CAC no 1564, Seq no. t221, Hull # 1734)
				48373 (CAC no 1565, Seq no. t222, Hull # 1735) to N10018 then N95R, now VH-BRI in Australia as a houseboat.  Was DBR Jul 8, 1962
				48374 (CAC no 1566, Seq no. t223, Hull # 1736) to N9507C, later YV-P-DPZ, YV-O-CFO-2, YV-63CP, YV-584CP in Venezuela.  Believed
					destined for European airshow circuit.  Apparently has been scrapped.
				48375 (CAC no 1567, Seq no. t224, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1568, Seq no. t225, Hull # 1738) (VP-73) ground-looped during landing and burned 4/25/1944 NAS Beaufort, SC.  Crew suffered only minor
					injuries, but aircraft was completely destroyed by fire.
				48377 (CAC no 1569, Seq no. t226, Hull # 1739)
				48378 (CAC no 1570, Seq no. t227, Hull # 1740)
				48379 (CAC no 1571, Seq no. t228, Hull # 1741)
				48380 (CAC no 1572, Seq no. t229, Hull # 1742) to N5805N, then CF-EMW
				48381 (CAC no 1573, Seq no. t230, Hull # 1743) to N1279N
				48382 (CAC no 1574, Seq no. t231, Hull # 1744) to Norwegian AF as KK-A
				48383 (CAC no 1575, Seq no. t232, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1576, Seq no. t233, Hull # 1746) (VPB-43) landed in ocean after engine failure 5/24/1945, Attu, Alaska.  Drifted onto beach after
					crew were rescued.  Aircraft deemed to be DBR.
				48385 (CAC no 1577, Seq no. t234, Hull # 1747) to N68747
				48386 (CAC no 1578, Seq no. t235, Hull # 1748) (VPB-62) crashed into side of mountain during attempted landing Oct 3, 1945 NAS Kodiak, Alaska.  8 killed, 
					6 injured.
				48387 (CAC no 1579, Seq no. t236, Hull # 1749) to N6466C
				48388 (CAC no 1580, Seq no. t237, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1581, Seq no. t238, Hull # 1751) (VRF-3) force landed at sea and sank 3 mi off Newport Beach, DE 3/11/1946
				48390 (CAC no 1582, Seq no. t239, Hull # 1752) 
				48391 (CAC no 1583, Seq no. t240, Hull # 1753) (VP-61) caught fire in Oak Harbor, WA during taxiing 1/24/1944.  SOC.
					Civilianized as N68763 so it must have been repaired.
				48392 (CAC no 1584, Seq no. t241, Hull # 1754)
				48393 (CAC no 1585, Seq no. t242, Hull # 1755)
				48394 (CAC no 1586, Seq no. t243, Hull # 1756)
				48395 (CAC no 1587, Seq no. t244, Hull # 1757) assigned to ACORN-30-POOL at at Jinamoc in Philippines May 15, 1945
				48396 (CAC no 1588, Seq no. t245, Hull # 1758) to N10609
				48397 (CAC no 1589, Seq no. t246, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1590, Seq no. t247, Hull # 1760) (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 out of Attu, Alaska in bad weather with 8 MIA.
				48399 (CAC no 1591, Seq no. t248, Hull # 1761) (VPB-71) collided with obstacle 8/10/1945 Philippines, SOC.  No crew injuries.
				48400 (CAC no 1592, Seq no. t249, Hull # 1762)
				48401 (CAC no 1593, Seq no. t250, Hull # 1763) 
				48402 (CAC no 1594, Seq no. t251, Hull # 1764) to N5592V
				48403 (CAC no 1595, Seq no. t252, Hull # 1765)
				48404 (CAC no 1596, Seq no. t253, Hull # 1766) to N68748
				48405 (CAC no 1597, Seq no. t254, Hull # 1767) assigned to CASU(F)-12 Guam Apr 9, 1945
				48406 (CAC no 1598, Seq no. t255, Hull # 1768) now N5590V at Aerospace Museum, San Diego, CA
				48407 (CAC no 1599, Seq no. t256, Hull # 1769)
				48408 (CAC no 1600, Seq no. t257, Hull # 1770) to N68748
				48409 (CAC no 1601, Seq no. t258, Hull # 1771) assigned to ACORN-30-POOL at Jinamoc in Philippines May 15, 1945
				48410 (CAC no 1602, Seq no. t259, Hull # 1772) to N68764
				48411 (CAC no 1603, Seq no. t260, Hull # 1773) (VP-801) ground-looped during taxiing at NAS Quonset Point, RI 8/26/1950.
				48412 (CAC no 1604, Seq no. t261, Hull # 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 (reregistered 1973), now N7238Z.  Serves Import, Inc., Miami, Florida 3Nov97; 
					Caribbean Airport Facilities Inc., Carolina, Puerto Rico 20Sep04; Rathmines Catalina memorial Park  Association, Rathmines, 
					New South Wales, Australia 2013; restoration to static display condition 
				48413 (CAC no 1605, Seq no. t262, Hull # 1775) to N68765
				48414 (CAC no 1606, Seq no. t263, Hull # 1776) to N68749
				48415 (CAC no 1607, Seq no. t264, Hull # 1777)
				48416 (CAC no 1608, Seq no. t265, Hull # 1778) (VPB-84) lost in takeoff accident from San Francisco Bay and hit hillside 5/4/1945.  7 
					killed, 2 injured.
				48417 (CAC no 1609, Seq no. t266, Hull # 1779) (VPB-73) water looped on landing 1/24/1945 Jamaica
					Bay, Long Island, NY.  2 killed, 7 injured.
				48418 (CAC no 1610, Seq no. t267, Hull # 1780)
				48419 (CAC no 1611, Seq no. t268, Hull # 1781) to PP-ABC then PP-PDR, then to Brazilian AF as CA-10 FAB 6509
				48420 (CAC no 1612, Seq no. t269, Hull # 1782)
				48421 (CAC no 1613, Seq no. t270, Hull # 1783)
				48422 (CAC no 1614, Seq no. t271, Hull # 1784) to Brazil in 1944 as FAB 22, later 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 (CAC no 1615, Seq no. t272, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1616, Seq no. t273, Hull # 1786) to N9509C
				48425 (CAC no 1617, Seq no. t274, Hull # 1787) to N68743
				48426 (CAC no 1618, Seq no. t275, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1619, Seq no. t276, Hull # 1789) (VP-61) failed to return from search mission 6/15/1944 in Aleutians.  
					7 killed.  Flew into water during bad weather landing
				48428 (CAC no 1620, Seq no. t277, Hull # 1790)
				48429 (CAC no 1621, Seq no. t278, Hull # 1791) to N1565M, then CF-IGJ Kenting Aviation (Canada) registered as
					CF-IGJ participated in the Britain Falkland Is. Dependencies Aerial Survey 1955-57. 
					then C-FIGJ
				48430 (CAC no 1622, Seq no. t279, Hull # 1792) to N1522V
				48431 (CAC no 1623, Seq no. t280, Hull # 1793) to N1277N
				48432 (CAC no 1624, Seq no. t281, Hull # 1794)
				48433 (CAC no 1625, Seq no. t282, Hull # 1795) (VP-61) damaged when nosed over at NAS Annette Island, Alaska Apr 10, 1944.  
					Returned to Seattle, WA for repairs.
				48434 (CAC no 1626, Seq no. t283, Hull # 1796) to N9524C
				48435 (CAC no 1627, Seq no. t284, Hull # 1797) to N31233 then CF-ILK
				48436 (CAC no 1628, Seq no. t285, Hull # 1798)
				48437 (CAC no 1629, Seq no. t286, Hull # 1799)
				48438 (CAC no 1630, Seq no. t287, Hull # 1800) to N68750
				48439 (CAC no 1631, Seq no. t288, Hull # 1801)
				48440 (CAC no 1632, Seq no. t289, Hull # 1802) with VP-61 damaged in open-sea water landing off Casco Cove, Alaska Aug 1, 1944.
					To N68751
				48441 (CAC no 1633, Seq no. t290, Hull # 1803) to N4856V.
				48442 (CAC no 1634, Seq no. t291, Hull # 1804)
				48443 (CAC no 1635, Seq no. t292, Hull # 1805) (VPB-71) in emergency landing Quinapundan Bay,
					Philippines 3/22/1944.  Could not be towed and was sunk by gunfire.  SOC.
				48444 (CAC no 1636, Seq no. t293, Hull # 1806
				48445 (CAC no 1637, Seq no. t294, Hull # 1807
				48446 (CAC no 1638, Seq no. t295, Hull # 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 (CAC no 1639, Seq no. t296, Hull # 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.  Became B-303.  PK-AKT is considered suspect for this airframe.
				48448 (CAC no 1640, Seq no. t297, Hull # 1810) to N31234, CF-IHD, F-BMKT, French Navy 48/F-YCHC and w/o Apr 20, 1966 
					when nosewheel doors opened on landing
				48449 (CAC no 1641, Seq no. t298, Hull # 1811) damaged 4/19/1944 during landing training 
					4/19/1944, San Diego NAS, CA.  SOC.
				48450 (CAC no 1642, Seq no. t299, Hull # 1812) to N68752. To Israeli AF in 1952 as 3403
				48451 (CAC no 1643, Seq no. t300, Hull # 1813) 
48452/48453		Free Balloon Lakehurst
48454/48651		Cancelled contract
48652/48939		Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
				MSN 237-5888/6175.  Model 237-27-01
				48652 (VPB-146) destroyed during Japanese air raid on Morotai Island Nov 29, 1944
				48653 to RCAF as 2259
				48654 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-5893) to RCAF as 2261
				48658 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-5897) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4548.  SOC Mar 1948
				48662 (MSN 237-5898) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4549.  SOC Mar 1948
				48663 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-5900) to New Zealand Dec 14, 1943 as NZ4551.  SOC Mar 1948
				48665 (MSN 237-5901) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4552.  SOC Mar 1948
				48666 (MSN 237-5902) to New Zealand Dec 13, 1943 as NZ4553.  SOC Mar 1948
				48667 (MSN 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  
				48689 (VPB-2 OTU#2) ran out of fuel and force landed 1 mi E of NAS Lake City, FL Mar 2, 1945.  Several crew injuries,
					but no fatalities.
				48694 (CASU(F)-44 at NAB Tinian) ground-looped at West Field, Tinian Mar 31, 1945.  Badly damaged and SOC
				48695 assigned to CASU(F)-35 Eniwetok in central Pacific Aug 1, 1945
				48696 (VB-150) in landing accident at NAS Alameda, CA Dec 27, 1943.  Aircraft seriously damaged, but pilot was
					uninjured.
				48697 (VB-148) shot down by AAA and ditched 4 mi E of Ballale Island Apr 14, 1944.  2 crew killed, 3 were
					rescued
				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 MSN 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 MSN 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 off Kuriles in north Pacific.  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
				48742 (VPB-147) damaged when landing gear collapsed during landing at NAF Hato Field, Curacao Ialand
					May 4, 1945.  Crew uninjured.
				48743 (VPB-130) destroyed on ground at Pitoe Airstrip, Morotai in enemy air raid Nov 22, 1944
				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.  Also listed as making wheels-up
					landing with VPB-130 on Pitoe Airstrip, Morotai Mar 25, 1945.  Crew unhurt.
				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 MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-5999) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4555.  Stored Jun 1946
				48764 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6001) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4557.  SOC Mar 1948
				48766 (MSN 237-6002) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4558.  SOC Mar 1948
				48767 (MSN 237-6003) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4559.  SOC Mar 1948
				48768 (MSN 237-6004) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4560.  SOC Mar 1948
				48769 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6006) to New Zealand Jan 14, 1944 as NZ4563.  Scrapped 1948.
				48771 (MSN 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
				48807 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Jul 18, 1945
				48809 (VB-146) ran into thunderhead and was heavily damaged but landed safely at NAS Kanoehe,
					Hawaii Jun 15, 1944.  Aircraft dropped from inventory.
				48810 (VPB-146) crashed on patrol mission Oct 28, 1944.  Crew of 6 MIA
				48812 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific Jul 17, 1945
				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 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6093) to New Zealand Jan 29, 1944 as NZ4565.  SOC Mar 1948
				48858 (MSN 237-6094) to New Zealand Jan 29, 1944 as NZ4566.  SOC Mar 1948
				48859 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6096) to New Zealand Feb 10, 1944 as NZ4568.  SOC Mar 1948
				48862 in wheels-up landing at NAS Patuxent River, MD Jan 31, 1944.  Substantial damage to aircraft, crew uninjured.
				48863 (VPB-127) transferred to French Aeronavale at NAAF Agadir, French Morocco May 15, 1945.
				48866 to French Aeronavale Nov 9, 1944.
				48867 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945.
				48868 (VPB-149) in midair collision with towing cable during aerial gunner exercise 20 mi N of
					NAS Kaneohe, Hawaii Jan 16, 1945.  Plane able to land but with substantial damage, crew uninjured.
				48869 to French Aeronavale Nov 9, 1944
				48871 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jan 6, 1944 to 1944.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations
				48877 (VPB-150) destroyed on ground Dec 26, 1944 during bombing strike on South field of Tinian.
				48880 (VB-135) emergency landing at Yakutat Army Airfield during ferry flight Apr 16, 1944 due to fire onboard.
				48886 (VPB-133) crash landing at NAB Tinian in west central Pacific May 20, 1945.  Aircraft SOC.
				48887 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Jul 18, 1945
				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, ME.  
					Undershot landing by 450yds, fuel exhaustion.  Crew survived, aircraft SOC
				48886 (VPB-133) in crash landing at NAB Tinian May 20, 1945.  Aircraft SOC.
				48889 (VB-135) crashed on takeoff from NAS Attu, Alaska May 23, 1944.  All seven onboard killed.
				48891 (VPB-136) w/o 18-Mar-45 on ferry flight.  Ditched 
					off Kodiak Island.  Crew rescued
				48892 (VPB-137) lost in Leyte Gulf Apr 4, 1945
				48893 (VPB-133) turned over to Commander Air Force Pacific Fleet Subordinate Command Forward
					Area for striking Jul 27, 1945
				48894 (VPB-150) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Oct 23, 1944
				48896 assigned to AROU-2 Momote in southwest Pacific Jul 17, 1945
				48897 (VPB-146) damaged during Japanese air raid Nov 7, 1944.  With VPB-137 damaged in taxiing
					accident at Luzon Apr 4, 1945 and SOC due to wear and tear.
				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 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6140) to New Zealand Feb 9, 1944 as NZ4569.  SOC Mar 1948.
				48905 (MSN 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
				48908 (VB-131) made emergency landing at Columbus, MS due to engine failure Mar 31, 1944. Crew unhurt
				48909 (VB-135) w/o 24-Jul-44.  Battle damage after sinking picket boat, diverted to Soviet Union.  Damaged
					during landing.
				48910 (VB-135) w/o 16-Jun-44 Attu, AK.  Force landed in Soviet Union 
					after bomb mission to Kuriles.  Crew was interned.
				48915 (VPB-133) damaged by AAA near Tanabe, ditched 30 mi N of Iwo Jima beside USS Cummings (DD-365), who
					rescued the crew.
				48916 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945.
				48917 (VB-151) in taxiing accident at Canton Island Aug 8, 1944.  Aircraft SOC
				48918 (VPB-199) landing gear folded up during taxiing at NAS Whitbey Island, WA May 16, 1945.
					Major damage to aircraft, but crew was unhurt.
				48919 (MSN 237-6155) with VB-135 MIA Oct 7, 1944 after mission to Northern Kuriles.  Aircraft may have been
					shot down by Soviet AAA fire.
				48920 assigned to CASU(F)-44 lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jun 14, 1945
				48921 (VPB-151) shot down during attack on Woleai Island in the Carolines Dec 20, 1944.  6 crew killed
				48922 assigned to POOL Kaneohe Hawaii Jul 18, 1945
				48923 (FAW-8) w/o 13-Jun-44;Attu,AK;  Fuel exhaustion 
					during combat mission, ditched off Attu.  All crew rescued.
				48925 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Jul 18, 1945
				48928 (VB-135) after bomb run on Shimushu, forced to divert to Petropavlovsk, Soviet Union  Jul 22, 1944
				48929 (VPB-151) in ground collision with another aircraft at NAB Tinian Island Mar 5, 1945.
					Aircraft removed from inventory.
				48930 (VB-135) diverted to Petroplavlovsk, Soviet Union due to damage during raid on Mayashiro airfield Jun 14, 1944
					Crew was interned.
				48931 (VPB-133) turned over to CASU(F)-49 for striking Aug 31, 1945
				48934 (VB-135) missing 13-May-44, from Attu, AK after bomb mission off Paramshiro in north Pacific.  
					6 MIA.
				48937 (VB-135) missing off Alaska during LORAN training flight 27-Apr-44;Adak, AK.  7 crew MIA
				48938 (VB-135) based in Attu, AK suffered fuel exhaustion during raid on
					Paramashiro Island, diverted to Soviet Union and crashed there 
					 19 Jun 1944, 5 killed, but another report stated that they all survived.
48940/49359		Brewster F3A-1 Corsair
				Contract cancelled   
49360/49659		Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
				MSN 237-6176/6475.  Model 237-27-01
				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 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6195) to Brazilian AF as FAB 03, later 5036.
					W/o Mar 17, 1954.  
				49380 (MSN 237-6196) to Brazilian AF as FAB 04, later 5037.
					WFU Mar 28, 1962
				49381 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6202) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4572.  SOC Mar 1948
				49387 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6204) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4574.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49389 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6206) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4576.  SOC Mar 1948
				49391 (MSN 237-6207) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4577.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49392 (MSN 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 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6210) to New Zealand Feb 28, 1944 as NZ4582.  SOC Mar 1948
				49395 (MSN 237-6211) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4579.  SOC Mar 1948
				49396 (MSN 237-6212) to New Zealand Feb 29, 1944 as NZ4606.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49397 (MSN 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
				49410 (VB-151) in taxiing accident Jul 1, 1944.  Crew uninjured, but aircraft badly damaged.
				49412 assigned to CASU(F)-44 lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 26, 1945
				49413 (VB-151) suffered engine failure but was able to make successful landing at Palmyra Island Aug 9, 1944
				49414 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49416 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49417 (VB-151) w/o 10-Jun-44.  Ditched near Necker Isl, Hawaii. Six crew missing.
				49419 (VPB-133) turned over to CASU(F)-44 for striking Aug 31, 1945
				49421 (VPB-151) lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Nov 13, 1944
				49423 (MSN 6239) to Brazilian AF as FAB 06, later 5039.  W/o Jul 26, 1947
				49424 (MSN 6240) to Brazilian AF as FAB 07, later 5040.  W/o Dec 20, 1957
				49425 (MSN 6241) to Brazilian AF as FAB 08, later 5041.  WFU Mar 5, 1959
				49426 (MSN 6242) to Brazilian AF as FAB 09, later 5042.  W/o in 1948
				49427 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6259) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4608.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49444 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6261) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4610.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49446 (MSN 237-6262) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4617.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49447 (MSN 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.  I also have this as
					going to RAAF as A59-101 Jun 1944  and sold Sep 6, 1949
				49448 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6265) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4611.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49450 (MSN 237-6266) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4620.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49451 (MSN 237-6267) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4612.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49452 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6269) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4621.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49454 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6271) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4624.  Ditched in transit from Gisborne to Espiritu Santo on Oct 26, 1944
				49456 (MSN 237-6272) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4615.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49457 (MSN 237-6273) to New Zealand Apr 18, 1944 as NZ4616.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49458 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Jul 18, 1945
				
				49461 (VPB-133) damaged by AAA Mar 28, 1945.  Made it back to base, required wing change.
				49462 (VB-133) landed too hard at NAS Alameda, CA Jun 4, 1944 and suffered major structural damage.  Crew unhurt.
				49463 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49464 (VPB-130) missing 12-Mar-45 during search from Morotai, SP
				49465 VPB-125) severely damaged in accident at San Julian, Cuba Nov 26, 1944.
				49466 (VB-125) in training accident at NAB San Julian, Cuba Sep 26, 1944.  Reported flying again by Dec 1944
				49467 (Factory acft, VRF-3) w/o 24-Feb-44 during test flight	before delivery.  Hit Mt McDill 10mi SW of Palmdale, CA during
					snowstorm. 4 killed.
				49468 (VB-147) ditched 25-Jun-44 during ferry flight from Trinidad to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  
					Crew survived, but plane was lost
				49469 (VB-125) w/o 18-Jun-44 off San Julian, Cuba.  Lost at night, crew bailed out, 1 killed.
				49472 (VB-136) forced down over Russian territory due to battle damage on mission to Paramushiro Sep 17, 1944.
				49473 to RAF as Ventura GR.V JT866.  Transferred to SAAF as 6531 Jan 25, 1945.  W/o Sep 1945
				49474 (MSN 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  John Withers has this one as being RAF JT881
					but transferred to SAAF as 6501.  Another report has this ditching during ferrry flight to Guantanamo, Cuba
					Jun 25, 1944
				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
				49498 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Jul 13, 1945
				49502 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific Jul 17, 1945
				49503 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific Jul 17, 1945
				49507 (VB-136) went missing during attack on Kurile Isl's.  Crash landed at Cape Lopatka while heading to Kakumabetsu, 
					Russia Aug 20, 1944.  5 crew escaped and were interned.
				49508 (MSN 237-6324) (VB-136) During an attack on the Kuril Islands, cannon fire from Japanese fighters damaged the 
					hydraulic system. The airplane force landed and crashed when the flaps failed to deploy at Petropavlovsk, Kamchatka 
					28Aug44 (date also reported as 30Aug44). State acceptance trials with NII VVS (Scientific Research Institute of 
					the Soviet Air Force) at Chkalovskaya autumn 1947.
					Conflict:
					MSN 237-6474, BuAer 49658, has also been quoted.
				49511 (MSN 237-6327) to Brazilian AF as FAB 11, later 5044.  W/o Jan 26, 1955
				49512 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6329) to Brazilian AF as FAB 13, later 5046.  WFU Dec 20, 1957
				49514 (MSN 237-6330) to Brazilian AF as FAB 14, later 5047.  W/o Oct 26, 1955.
				49515 (MSN 237-6331) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4625.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49516 (MSN 237-6332) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4626.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49517 (MSN 237-6333) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4627.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49518 (MSN 237-6334) to New Zealand May 6, 1944 as NZ4622.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49519 (MSN 237-6335) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4628.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49520 (MSN 237-6336) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4629.  SOC Mar 1948
				49521 (MSN 237-6337) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4630.  Scrapped 1948
				49522 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6339) to New Zealand May 24, 1944 as NZ4631
				49524 (MSN 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.
				49525 (VB-136) forced to divert to Petropavlovsk, Soviet Union due to engine problems and low fuel Aug 12, 1944
				49530 (VPB-130) lost 22-Feb-45 on combat mission.  Hit by AAA at Tani Tawi, Isl, ditched off shore of 
					Tahoelanding Island.  All crew rescued by Catalina
				49539 (VPB-134) struck the surface while doing training exercise 15 mi from NAF Maceio, Brazil
					Nov 27, 1944.  Aircraft was able to rise to 200 feet before a controlled crash.
					All but one of the crew were able to exit the aircraft before it sank.
				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.  Also listed as 49459 (VRF-3(ferry)) crashed Nov 29, 1945 in Cascade Mountains east of
					Mount Saint Helens in Washington state during ferry 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.
				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 Island, Midway.  Flew into water during night take-off.  1 killed
				49561 (VPB-126) damaged in taxi accident Natal, Brazil Mar 29, 1945.
				49562 (VPB-137) w/o 24-Feb-45.  Props hit water at low altitude, ditched off shore from Cebu Island. 
					Natives rescued the crew.
				49563 (VPB-130) w/o 9-Feb-45.  Engine failure after take-off from Pitoe strip, Morotai and ditched in bay.
					Crew uninjured.
				49566 (VPB-132) damaged at Floyd Bennett Field, New York when turrent guns fired and struck the tail assembly
					Mar 10, 1945.  No injuries, repairs made locally.
				49567 to French Aeronavale Sep 1945
				49568 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49569 (VPB-133) failed to return from search for missing 34730.  Crew of 6 MIA
				49574 (VB-153) crew bailed out after engine failure and plane crashed 10 mi W of Joliet MAP, IL Jul 3, 1944.
				49575 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49576 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49578 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49579 (MSN 237-6395) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4633.  SOC Mar 1948
				49580 (MSN 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 (MSN 237-6397) to New Zealand Aug 6, 1944 as NZ4639.  SOC Mar 1948
				49582 (MSN 237-6398) to New Zealand Aug 6, 1944 as NZ4635.  SOC Mar 1948
				49583 (MSN 237-6399) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4636.  SOC Mar 1948
				49584 (MSN 237-6400) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4637.  SOC Mar 1948.
				49585 (MSN 237=6401) to New Zealand Jun 15, 1944 as NZ4638.  Stored Jun 1946 and scrapped 1948.
				49586 assigned to AROU-2 samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49587 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49588 (VPB-146) w/o 20-Nov-44 during search.  Ditched during power stall near Tabi Isl.  All crew
					rescued.
				49589 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49590 (VPB-137) destroyed in night bombing attack at Los Negros Nov 30,1944.
				49591 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49592 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49593 (VPB-133) ditched near Taongi Atoll due to fuel starvation Jan 13, 1945.  Crew of 6 rescued
				49595 (VPB-137) w/o 20-Dec-44.  After combat mission, attacked by Army P-47s, ditched near Tarawa.
					No crew injuries.
				49596 (VPB-133) damaged by AAA in attack on enemy picket boats Mar 27, 1945.  Made it back to base
					at Roi, where it crash landed and was surveyed.
				49597 (VPV-137) MIA while on routine search Apr 5, 1945.  6 crew MIA.
				49598 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945.
				49599 (VPB-133) was searching for 34730 and attacked targets of opportunity off Tinian May 28, 1945.
					Damaged by AAA, ditched near submarine USS Tigrone (SS-419), which rescued the crew.
				49600 (VPB-129) damaged on landing at NAS Chincoteague, VA Mar 19, 1945.  Aircraft SOC.
				49601 (VPB-128) damaged on landing at Midway Nov 12, 1944.  Crew unhurt, but aircraft SOC
				49602 (VPB-145) ran off runway while taking off from NAS Columbus, OH Jun 14, 1945.  No crew
					injuries, but some damage to the plane.
				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.
				49615 (VPB-147) damaged on takeoff from NAF Hato, Curacao Island May 26, 1945. Crew uninjured.
				49618 (VRF-3(ferry)) w/o 27-May-44 Palmdale.  Fire in 
					air, crashed & burned; 3 killed.
				49620 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49621 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49623 assigned to CASU(F)-44 lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 26, 1945
				49624 (VPB-137) w/o 18-Jan-45 Philippines.  During 
					search mission, ditched due to bad weather in 
					Ormoc Bay in Philippines.  All crew picked up by Landing Craft Infantry
				49625 (VB-138,FAW-4) After an attack on the Kuril Islands, and with one engine inoperative, the airplane 
					force landed and crashed into trees at Petropavlovsk, Kamchatka 13Aug44.
  					Another report has 49625 assigned to CASU(F)-44 and lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 26, 1945
				49626 (MSN 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 attack on Japanese installations at Pontevra Village, Negros,
					Philippines.  6 crew MIA. Crash located in 1950, and remains of crew returned to USA.
					Philippines.  5 MIA
				49629 (VJ-25/Experimental) w/o 19-Jun-45 Charlestown 
					AAB, SC.  Cross country, gear collapsed on take-
					off run, fire. Aircraft SOC, no crew injuries
				49630 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49631 (VPB-149) w/o 12-Mar-45 in Leyte Gulf on search mission.  Fuel 
					exhaustion, ditched off coast of Cebu Island.  Crew rescued by Philippine guerillas.
				49634 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49635 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49636 to French Aeronavale Nov 9, 1944
				49637 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49639 (VPB-134) w/o 27-Nov-44 near Maeiso, Brazil.  
					Crashed during glide bomb practice.  1 killed, rest of crew rescued by Coast Guard cutter.
				49640 (VPB-137) destroyed on ground in enemy air attack on Tacloban Field, Leyte, Philippines Jan 3, 1945
				49641 (VPB-131) shot down by enemy fighters during attack on Toroshimo Rhetto Nov 4, 1944.
					All 6 crew killed.
				49645 (VPB-199) undershot field while landing at NAS Whidbey Island, WA Aug 31, 1945.
					Substantial damage to aircraft, but crew was unhurt.
				49647 assigned to CASU(F)-44 lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 26, 1945
				49648 (VPB-131) w/o 7-Apr-45 when crashed into Casco Cove, Attu, AK.  
					Stalled in turn during take-off & crashed.  6 killed
				49649 (VPB-133) turned over to CASU(F)-49 for striking Aug 31, 1945
				49650 assigned to CASU(F)-44 lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 26, 1945
				49652 (VPB-146) destroyed during Japanese air raid on Morotai Nov 29, 1944 when depth charge it was
					carrying blew up.
				49653 (VPB-131) damaged during attack on Minami Zaki, Shimushu and diverted to USSR Feb 20, 1945.
					Crew bailed out over Cape Lopatka.  Crew transported across Siberia and were eventually returned
					to the USA.
				49654 (VPB-131) from Attu lost off Alaska Feb 20, 1945.  Crew bailed out over Cape Lopatka in Russia.
					Crew was transported over Russia and eventually returned to the United States via Europe.
				49656 assigned to AROU-2 Samar in Philippines Aug 15, 1945
				49657 to French Aeronavale
				49659 assigned to CASU(F)-44 lost off Tinian in west central Pacific Jul 26, 1945
49660/50359		Vought F4U-1A Corsair
				All these except for transfers to New Zeland and to Royal Navy from BuNos by Douglas E. Campbell.
				49660 (VMF-211) from Emirau lost off New Britain in south Pacific Jul 8, 1944
				49663 (VBF-88) attached to USS Shipley Bay (CVE-85) lost off Hawaii Mar 29, 1945
				49666 (VMF-312) from Ewa lost off Hawaii Apr 28, 1944
				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.
				49671 (VMF-111) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Nov 8, 1944
				49672 (MSN 4919) to New Zealand as NZ5287
				49675 (VMF-312) lost off Barbers Point, Hawaii Jun 8, 1944
				49677 (VMF-124) lost off Hawaii Oct 10, 1944
				49681 (VMF-214) from Vella Lavella lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Dec 28, 1943
				49684 (VMF-213) from Ewa lost off Hawaii Feb 23, 1945
				49685 (VMF-124) lost off Hawaii Oct 7, 1944
				49687 (VBF-92) attached to USS Hancock (CV-19) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 9, 1945
				49689 (VMF-314) lost off Midway Aug 1, 1944
				49692 (VMF-215) lost off Emirau in southwest Pacific Jun 27, 1944
				49693 (VMF-212) from Green lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Jul 13, 1944
				49698 assigned to CASU(F)-15 Saipan in west central Pacific Jul 6, 1945
				49699 assigned to HEDRON-32 Ewa lost off Hawaii May 4, 1944
				49700 (VMF-313) lost off Midway Jun 16, 1944
				49702 (VBF-100) lost off Hawaii Apr 20, 1945
				49704 (VMF-212) from Green lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Jul 6, 1944
				49711 assigned to POOL Barbers Point, Hawaii Jul 19, 1945
				49712 assigned to MAG-14 Green lost off Green in south Pacific May 6, 1944
				49714 (MSN 4961) to New Zealand as NZ5262
				49721 (VMF-213) from Ewa lost off Hawaii Nov 8, 1944
				49722 (MSN 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 (MSN 4975) to New Zealand as NZ5264
				49730 (MSN 4977) to New Zealand as NZ5250
				49732 (MSN 4979) to New Zealand as NZ5213
				49733 (VMF-216) lost off Guam Dec 4, 1944
				49734 (VMF-441) from Roi lost off Wotje in central Pacific Jun 29, 1944
				49736 (VMF-114) from Peleliu lost in west central Pacific Mar 31, 1945
				49737 (MSN 4984) to New Zealand as NZ5253
				49738 (MSN 4985) to New Zealand as NZ5274
				49740 (MSN 4987) to New Zealand as NZ5265
				49741 (VMF-111) from Roi lost off Roi in west central Pacific Jan 3, 1945
				49742 assigned to CASU-4 Puunene, Hawaii Jan 30, 1945
				49743 (VMF-441) from Roi list in cental Pacific Oct 21, 1944
				49744 (MSN 4991) (VMF-112) from New Hebrides in South Pacific Aug 12, 1943.  To New Zealand as NZ5288
				49745 (MSN 4992) to New Zealand as NZ5289
				49746 (MSN 4993) to New Zealand as NZ5501
				49747 (MSN 4994) to New Zealand as NZ5247
				49748 (MSN 4995) to New Zealand as NZ5218
				49749 (MSN 4996) to New Zealand as NZ5354
				49750 (MSN 4997) to New Zealand as NZ5258
				49751 (MSN 4998) to New Zealand as NZ5266
				49752 (MSN 4999) to New Zealand as NZ5212
				49753 (MSN 5000) to New Zealand as NZ5267
				49754 (MSN 5001) to New Zealand as NZ5214
				49756 (MSN 5003) to New Zealand as NZ5252
				49757 to New Zealand as NZ5257
				49759 (MSN 5006) to New Zealand as NZ5294
				49760 (MSN 5007) to New Zealand as NZ5337
				49761 (MSN 5008) to New Zealand as NZ5259
				49762 (VMF-115) lost off Emirau in southwest Pacific Nov 9, 1944
				49763 converted to F4U-4XA
				49764 (MSN 5011) to New Zealand as NZ5303
				49765 (VMF-212) lost off Samar in Philippines Jan 27, 1945
				49766 (VMO-251) lost off Buka in southwest Pacific Aug 9, 1944
				49768 (MSN 5015) to New Zealand as NZ5290
				49769 (MSN 5016) to New Zealand as NZ5524
				49770 (VMF-221) lost off Guadalcanal Aug 9, 1943
				49771 (MSN 5018) to New Zealand as NZ5260
				49772 (MSN 5019) to New Zealand as NZ5311
				49773 (MSN 5020) to New Zealand as NZ5304
				49776 (VMF-441) lost off Roi in central Pacific Sep 4, 1944
				49780 (VMF-225) lost off Guam Oct 8, 1944
				49781 (MSN 5028) to New Zealand as NZ5327
				49785 (VMF-212) lost off Samar in Philippines Feb 17, 1945
				49788 (MSN 5035) to New Zealand as NZ5291
				49800 (VMF-114) from Green lost off Rabaul in south Pacific May 1, 1944
				49801 (VMF-225) lost off Guam Mar 6, 1945
				49802 (VMF-223) lost off Torokina in south Pacific Jan 3, 1945
				49808 (MSN 5055) to New Zealand as NZ5301
				49809 (VMF-441) lost off Roi in central Pacific Oct 9, 1944
				49812 assigned to AA Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Feb 1, 1945
				49813 (VMF-225) lost off Guam Mar 24, 1945
				49817 (VMF-218) lost off Green in south Pacific Aug 18, 1944
				49819 (VMO-155) lost off Tarawa in central Pacific Jul 10, 1944
				49820 (VMF-115) lost off New Ireland in southwest Pacific Sep 29, 1944
				49822 (VMF-225) lost off Sakaw Island in south Pacific May 20, 1944
				49825 assigned to SERVRON-1 lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Jan 18, 1945
				49828 (VMF-218) from Green lost of Duke of York in south Pacific May 20, 1944
				49829 said to have come down on Cumberland Point in south Pacific Jun 3, 1943.  Also reported lost May 31, 1944
				49830 (MSN 5077) to New Zealand as NZ5332
				49833 (VMF-321) lost off Guam Nov 8, 1944
				49834 (VBF-2) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-64) lost off Hilo in east central Pacific Jun 2, 1945
				49836 (VMF-311) from Roi lost off Wotje in central Pacific Jul 30, 1944
				49843 (MSN 5090) to New Zealand as NZ5275
				49844 (VMF-218) lost off Green in south Pacific Sep 30, 1944
				49846 (MSN 5093) to New Zealand as NZ5320
				49848 (MSN 5095) to New Zealand as NZ5305
				49852 (MSN 5099) to New Zealand as NZ5317
				49853 (MSN 5100) to New Zealand as NZ5313
				49854 (VMF-311) lost off Roi in central Pacific Nov 9, 1944
				49855 (MSN 5102) to New Zealand as NZ5310
				49856 (MSN 5103) to New Zealand as NZ5276
				49857 (VBF-86) attached to USS Bataan (CVL-29) lost off Hawaii Jan 29, 1945
				49858 (VMF(N)-532) lost off Saipan in central Pacific Sep 2, 1944
				49859 (MSN 5106) to New Zealand as NZ5318
				49861 (MSN 5108) to New Zealand as NZ5300
				49863 (MSN 5110) to New Zealand as NZ5326
				49865 (MSN 5112) to New Zealand as NZ5342
				49866 (MSN 5113) to New Zealand as NZ5277
				49867 (MSN 5114) to New Zealand as NZ5307
				49868 (MSN 5115) to New Zealand as NZ5340
				49869 (MSN 5116) to New Zealand as NZ5312
				49870 (VMF-222) lost off Samar in Philippines Feb 23, 1945
				49871 (MSN 5118) to New Zealand as NZ5336
				49872 (MSN 5119) to New Zealand as NZ5343
				49873 (MSN 5120) to New Zealand as NZ5306
				49874 (MSN 5121) to New Zealand as NZ5334
				49875 (MSN 5122) to New Zealand as NZ5525
				49876 (MSN 5123) to New Zealand as NZ5309
				49877 (MSN 5124) to New Zealand as NZ5258
				49878 (MSN 5125) to New Zealand as NZ5335
				49880 (VMF-441) from Roi lost off Wotje in central Pacific Jun 24, 1944
				49881 (VMF-115) lost in Leyte Gulf Jan 3, 1945
				49883 (VMF-115) lost in Leyte Gulf Feb 25, 1945
				49884 (VMF-115) lost off New Ireland in southwest Pacific Oct 7, 1944
				49885 (MSN 5132) to New Zealand as NZ5338
				49887 (MSN 5134) to New Zealand as NZ5302
				49888 (VMF-111) lost off Kwajalein in central Pacific Jan 3, 1945
				49889 assigned to POOL Kaneohe, Hawaii Apr 7, 1945
				49891 (VMF-212) from Vella Lavella lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Jan 23, 1944
				49892 (MSN 5139) to New Zealand as NZ5331
				49893 (VMF-212) lost off Green in south Pacific Jan 6, 1945
				49894 (VMF-225) from Espiritu Santo lost off Sakaw Island in south Pacific May 20, 1944
				49898 (VBF-100) ditched due to engine failure off beach at Nanakuli, Oahu,
					Hawaii Apr 12, 1945.
				49899 (VMF-225) lost off Guam Nov 13, 1944
				49902 (VMF-441) lost off Kawajalein in central Pacific Aug 6, 1944
				49904 (VBF-100) lost off Hawaii Apr 27, 1945
				49906 (VMF-217 lost off Guam Dec 9, 1944
				49909 (MSN 5156) to New Zealand as NZ5315
				49910 assigned to AA Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 30, 1945
				49919 (VMF-225) lost off Guam Dec 4, 1944
				49920 (VMF-114) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Mar 10, 1945
				49921 (MSN 5168) to New Zealand as NZ5328
				49924 (VMF-113) from Roi lost off Taroa in central Pacific Jul 18, 1944
				49929 (VMF-212) lost off bougainville in south Pacific Sep 15, 1944
				49933 (VMF-217) lost off Guam Oct 12, 1944
				49934 assigned to CASU(F)-12 but attached to USS Windham Bay (CVE-92) at the time lost off Guam May 7, 1945
				49935 (VMF-422) lost off Roi in central Pacific May 5, 1944
				49937 (MSN 5184) to New Zealand as NZ5333
				49938 (VBF-100) lost off Hilo, Hawaii Jun 28, 1945
				49939 (VMF-321) lost off Efate in south Pacific Jun 1, 1944
				49942 (VMF-121) lost off Peleliu in west central Pacific Mar 13, 1945
				49944 (MSN 5191) to New Zealand as NZ5339
				49945 (MSN 5192) to New Zealand as NZ5526
				49947 (MSN 5194) to New Zealand as NZ5341
				49948 assigned to POOL Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jul 13, 1945
				49949 (VBF-2) attached to USS Tripoli (CVE-44) lost off Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jun 1, 1945
				49950 (VMF-111) from Makin lost off Mille in central Pacific Jun 7, 1944
				49951 assigned to AA Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Feb 10, 1945
				49953 assigened to CASU(F)-47 Saipan in west central Pacific Jun 12, 1945
				49954 (MSN 5201) to New Zealand as NZ5351
				49955 assigned to MAG-12 lost off Efate in south Pacific Feb 22, 1944
				49956 (MSN 5203) to New Zealand as NZ5527
				49957 (MSN 5204) to New Zealand as NZ5344
				49958 (MSN 5205) to New Zealand as NZ5345
				49959 (MSN 5206) to New Zealand as NZ5314
				49960 (MSN 5207) to New Zealand as NZ5350
				49961 (MSN 5208) to New Zealand as NZ5325
				49962 (MSN 5209) to New Zealand as NZ5299
				49963 (MSN 5210) to New Zealand as NZ5528
				49964 (MSN 5211) to New Zealand as NZ5319
				49965 (MSN 5212) to New Zealand as NZ5348
				49966 (MSN 5213) to New Zealand as NZ5352
				49967 (MSN 5214) to New Zealand as NZ5353
				49968 (MSN 5215) to New Zealand as NZ5298
				49969 (MSN 5216) to New Zealand as NZ5278
				49970 (MSN 5217) to New Zealand as NZ5529
				49971 (MSN 5218) to New Zealand as NZ5530
				49973 (VMB-423) lost off Green in south Pacific Feb 28, 1945
				49974 (VMF-321) from Piva lost of Rabaul in south Pacific Jan 27, 1944
				49976 (MSN 5223) to New Zealand as NZ5346
				49977 (MSN 5224) to New Zealand as NZ5279
				49979 (MSN 5226) to New Zealand as NZ5531
				49980 (MSN 5227) to New Zealand as NZ5280.  Also noted as flying with VMF-111 and lost off Makin in central Pacific
					Sep 8, 1944
				49982 (VMF-311) lost off Emidj in southwest Pacific Oct 31, 1944
				49983 (VMF-212) lost off Samar in Philippines Feb 21, 1945
				49984 (MSN 5231) to New Zealand as NZ5502
				49986 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Mar 21, 1945
				49988 (VMF-311) from Roi lost off Wotje in central Pacific May 26, 1944
				49990 (MSN 5237) to New Zealand as NZ5316
				49995 assigned to AA Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Jan 30, 1945
				49996 (MSN 5243) to New Zealand as NZ5323
				49997 (VMF-113) from Roi lost off Taroa in central Pacific Jul 18, 1944
				49998 (VBF-88) attached to USS Shangri La (CV-38) lost off Hawaii Mar 4, 1945
				49999 (MSN 5246) to New Zealand as NZ5281
				50000 (MSN 5247) to New Zealand as NZ5503
				50001 assigned to MAG-12 lost off Zamboanga in Philippines Jan 1, 1945
				50006 (VMF-114) lost off Peleliu in west Central Pacific Apr 4, 1945
				50011 (VMF-215) lost in south Pacific Oct 20, 1943
				50014 (VMO-251)  lost off New Ireland in southwest Pacific Jul 22, 1944
				50015 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific May 21, 1945
				50016 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific May 21, 1945
				50023 (MSN 5270) to New Zealand as NZ5282
				50025 (VMF-115) lost in Leyte Gulf Dec 6, 1944
				50026 assigned to MAG-21 Orote Field lost off Guam May 31, 1945
				50027 assigned to SERVRON-22 lost off Engebi in west central Pacific Dec 22, 1944
				50028 (MSN 5275) to New Zealand as NZ5532
				50035 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific May 21, 1945
				50036 assigned to COMAIRPAC Pearl Harbor, Hawaii May 31, 1945
				50037 assigned to CASU-43 Guam Feb 23, 1945
				50044 (MSN 5287) to New Zealand as NZ5534
				50047 (MSN 5291) to New Zealand as NZ5487
				50050 (VMF-218) lost off Hollandia in southwest Pacific Dec 1, 1944
				50051 (MSN 5298) to New Zealand as NZ5504
				50052 (VMF-222) from Green lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Oct 26, 1944
				50053 (MSN 5300) to New Zealand as NZ5324
				50054 (MSN 5301) to New Zealand as NZ5534
				50055 assigned to SEVRON-11 lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific May 13, 1944
				50056 (VMF-422) from Engels lost off Wotje in central Pacific Jul 7, 1944
				50057 (VMF-115) lost off Emirau in southwest Pacific Oct 5, 1944
				50059 (VBF-99) attached to USS Makassar Strait (CVE-91) lost off Saipan in west central Pacific May 27, 1945
				50060 (MSN 5307) to New Zealand as NZ5505
				50064 (MSN 5311) to New Zealand as NZ5523
				50065 (MSN 5312) to New Zealand as NZ5349
				50066 (MSN 5313) to New Zealand as NZ5506
				50067 (MSN 5314) to New Zealand as NZ5381
				50068 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific May 21, 1945
				50069 (MSN 5316) to New Zealand as NZ5283
				50070 (MSN 5317) to New Zealand as NZ5388
				50071 (MSN 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 (MSN 5320) to New Zealand as NZ5284
				50074 (MSN 5321) to New Zealand as NZ5535
				50075 (MSN 5322) to New Zealand as NZ5347
				50076 (MSN 5323) to New Zealand as NZ5285
				50077 (MSN 5324) to New Zealand as NZ5508
				50078 (MSN 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.
				50150 (VMF-225) lost off Guam Dec 20, 1944
				50151 (VMF-218) lost in Leyte Gulf Jan 20, 1945
				50152 (MSN 5399) to New Zealand as NZ5362
				50153 (VMF-222) lost off Samar in Philippines Jan 21, 1945
				50155 (MSN 5402) to New Zealand as NZ5389
				50157 (VMO-251) lost off Cape Gazelle in southwest Pacific Sep 12, 1944
				50158 (MSN 5405) to New Zealand as NZ5465
				50159 (MSN 5406) to New Zealand as NZ5509
				50162 (MSN 5409) to New Zealand as NZ5364
				50163 (VMF-113) from Roi lost off Wotje in central Pacific Jun 24, 1944
				50164 (MSN 5411) to New Zealand as NZ5374
				50166 (VMF-321) from Piva lost off Rabaul in south Pacific Jan 23, 1944
				50167 (MSN 5414) to New Zealand as NZ5376
				50169 (VF-302) lost off Espiritu Santo in south Pacific Jul 5, 1944
				50171 (VMF-111) from Makin lost off Makin in central Pacific Oct 8, 1944
				50174 (VMF-223) lost off Bougainville in south Pacific Sep 29, 1944
				50176 (VMF-114) lost off Yap in east central Pacific Nov 22, 1944
				50179 (VBF-100) lost off Hawaii Apr 7, 1945
				50180 (VMF-223) lost off Samar in Philippines Jan 13, 1945
				50181 (MSN 5428) to New Zealand as NZ5372
				50182 (MSN 5429) to New Zealand as NZ5393
				50183 (VMF-223) lost off Samar in Philippines Feb 20, 1945
				50184 (VMF-111) from Mille lost off Mille in central Pacific Aug 29, 1944
				50187 (VMF-218) lost in Leyte Guf Dec 11, 1944
				50188 (MSN 5435) to New Zealand as NZ5510
				50189 (VMF-218) lost in Leyte Gulf Feb 10, 1945
				50190 (VMF-115) lost in Leyte Gulf Jan 6, 1945
				50191 (VMF-218) lost off Green in south Pacific Jul 23, 1944
				50192 (VMF-225) lost off Guam Nov 25, 1944
				50194 (VMF-212) lost off buka in southwest Pacific Nov 19, 1944
				50197 (VMF-222) lost off Samar in Philippines Feb 20, 1945
				50198 (VMF-218) lost off Green in south Pacific Sep 16, 1944
				50199 (MSN 5446) to New Zealand as NZ5321
				50201 (VMF-222) lost off Samar in Philippines Feb 20, 1945
				50202 assigned to CASU-30 Majuro in central Pacific Sep 21, 1944
				50203 (MSN 5450) to New Zealand as NZ5308
				50204 (MSN 5451) to New Zealand as NZ5512
				50205 (MSN 5452) to New Zealand as NZ5365
				50206 (MSN 5453) to New Zealand as NZ5378
				50207 (VMF-111) from Makin lost off Jaluit in central Pacific Oct 24, 1944
				50208 assigned to AROU-1 Momote in southwest Pacific May 21, 1945
				50209 (MSN 5456) to New Zealand as NZ5513
				50210 (MSN 5457) to New Zealand as NZ5310
				50211 (MSN 5458) to New Zealand as NZ5360
				50212 (VMF-115) lost in Leyte Gulf Dec 11, 1944
				50215 (MSN 5462) to New Zealand as NZ5355
				50216 (MSN 5463) to New Zealand as NZ5356
				50217 (MSN 5464) to New Zealand as NZ5379
				50218 (MSN 5465) to New Zealand as NZ5366
				50219 (MSN 5466) to New Zealand as NZ5514
				50220 (MSN 5467) to New Zealand as NZ5515
				50221 (MSN 5468) to New Zealand as NZ5516
				50222 (MSN 5469) to New Zealand as NZ5367
				50223 (MSN 5470) to New Zealand as NZ5368
				50224 (MSN 5471) to New Zealand as NZ5322
				50225 (MSN 5472) to New Zealand as NZ5369
				50227 (MSN 5474) to New Zealand as NZ5517
				50228 (VMF-212) lost off Samar in Philippines Feb 19, 1945
				50229 (MSN 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 (MSN 5512) to New Zealand as NZ5380
				50267 (MSN 5514) to New Zealand as NZ5375
				50272 (MSN 5519) to New Zealand as NZ5373
				50277 converted to prototype F4U-1C
				50278 (VMF-115) from Zamboanga lost off Zamboanga in Philippines Jun 14, 1945
				50288 (VMF-115) from Emirau lost off Vunakanau in southwest Pacific Aug 18, 1944
				50290 (MSN 5537) to New Zealand as NZ5357
				50291 (MSN 5538) to New Zealand as NZ5518
				50293 (MSN 5540) to New Zealand as NZ5382
				50294 (MSN 5541) to New Zealand as NZ5519
				50295 (MSN 5542) to New Zealand as NZ5520
				50297 (MSN 5544) to New Zealand as NZ5521
				50298 (MSN 5545) to New Zealand as NZ5394
				50299 (MSN 5447) to New Zealand as NZ5511
				50301 converted to F4U-4XB
				50302 (MSN 5549) to New Zealand as NZ5522
				50303 (MSN 5550) to New Zealand as NZ5390
				50304 (MSN 5551) to New Zealand as NZ5370
				50305 (MSN 5552) to New Zealand as NZ5385
				50306 (MSN 5553) to New Zealand as NZ5536
				50307 (MSN 5554) to New Zealand as NZ5330
				50308 (MSN 5555) to New Zealand as NZ5463
				50310 (MSN 5557) to New Zealand as NZ5358
				50311 (MSN 5558) to New Zealand as NZ5361
				50312 (MSN 5559) to New Zealand as NZ5391
				50313 (MSN 5560) to New Zealand as NZ5395
				50314 (MSN 5561) to New Zealand as NZ5387
				50315 (MSN 5562) to New Zealand as NZ5462
				50316 (MSN 5563) to New Zealand as NZ5392
				50317 (MSN 5564) to New Zealand as NZ5329
				50318 (MSN 5565) to New Zealand as NZ5386
				50319 (MSN 5566) to New Zealand as NZ5396
				50320 (MSN 5567) to New Zealand as NZ5384
				50321 (MSN 5568) to New Zealand as NZ5362
				50322 (MSN 5569) to New Zealand as NZ5359
				50323 (MSN 5570) to New Zealand as NZ5461
				50324 (MSN 5571) to New Zealand as NZ5383
				50325/50359 to Royal Navy as JT530/JT564