US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (50360 to 60009)


Last revised July 2, 2015


50360/50659		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				50368 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa Mar 9, 1945.  Pilot killed
				50375 (MSN 5622) was in storage at Paul Garber Restoration Facility.  Noted Aug 2003 at Virginia
					Air and Space Center, Hampton, VA.  Noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
				50381 (MSN 5628) to New Zealand as NZ5460
				50391 (VF-82) in midair collision with 13858 Oct 4, 1945 near Mt Tamalpias, N of San
					Francisto, CA.  Both pilots parachuted to safety
				50404 (MSN 5651) to New Zealand as NZ5466
				50411 (MSN 5658) to New Zealand as NZ5468
				50414 (MSN 5661) to New Zealand as NZ5459
				50422 (MSN 5669) to New Zealand as NZ5467
				50424 (MSN 5671) to New Zealand as NZ5537
				50425 (MSN 5672) to New Zealand as NZ5538
				50426 (MSN 5673) to New Zealand as NZ5539
				50432 (MSN 5679) to New Zealand as NZ5540
				50436 (MSN 5683) to New Zealand as NZ5551
				50438 (MSN 5685) to New Zealand as NZ5541
				50439 (MSN 5686) to New Zealand as NZ5464
				50443 (MSN 5690) to New Zealand as NZ5448
				50444 (MSN 5691) to New Zealand as NZ5439
				50445 (MSN 5692) to New Zealand as NZ5552
				50446 (MSN 5693) to New Zealand as NZ5542
				50447 (MSN 5694) to New Zealand as NZ5543
				50449 (MSN 5696) to New Zealand as NZ5443
				50450 (MSN 5697) to New Zealand as NZ5442
				50451 (MSN 5698) to New Zealand as NZ5553
				50452 (MSN 5699) to New Zealand as NZ5451
				50453 (MSN 5700) to New Zealand as NZ5544
				50454 (MSN 5701) to New Zealand as NZ5545
				50455 (MSN 5702) to New Zealand as NZ5442
				50456 (MSN 5703) to New Zealand as NZ5546
				50457 (MSN 5704) to New Zealand as NZ5547
				50458 (MSN 5705) to New Zealand as NZ5447
				50459 (MSN 5706) to New Zealand as NZ5440
				50460/50494 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT565/JT599
					50460 (JT565) w/o after striking island of HMS Victorious
						while landing in heavy seas.  Date unknown
					50464 (JT569) missed wires and struck barrier while landing
						on HMS Illustrious Dec 7, 1944 and DBR.
					50467 (JT572) hit by flak over Palemband Jan 29, 1945 and
						ditched.  Pilot killed.
					50468 (JT573) port wheel went over side of HMS Victorious
						Dec 19, 1944. DBR and SOC. 
					50470 (JT575) struck by flak during low-level bombing attack
						on Hirara and Ishigaki airfields, Sakishimo Gunto
						Mar 27, 1945, dove into ground and exploded.  Pilot KIA
					50471 (JT576) while in circuit to land on HMS Victorious
						Jan 13, 1945, turned sharply, stalled and spun into
						sea.  Pilot killed
					50473 (JT578) crashed after pilot bailed out following flak
						damage during attack on Soengi Gerong oil refinery,
						Sumatra Jan 24, 1945.  Pilot captured by Japanese
						and was executed.
					50476 (JT581) floated into barrier while landing on HMS
						Illustrious Dec 3, 1944.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft
						DBR.  Wreck offloaded at Trincomalee by Dec 16, 1944.
					50477 (JT582) struck in port oil cooler by ground fire during
						low-level attack on Hirara and Ishigaki airfields,
						Sakishimo Gunto Apr 1, 1945.  Aircraft ditched, pilot
						observed in dinghy but not picked up, presumed dead.
					50480 (JT585) ditched it unspecified location location following
						engine fire Sep 20, 1944.  Pilot rescued by HMS Wrangler.
					50488 (JT593) missing during raid on Soengi Gerong oil
						refinery, Sumatra Jan 24, 1945.  Pilot MIA.
					50490 (JT595) crashed into sea off Alexandria Jan 21, 1945 after
						colliding with another aircraft during fighter interception
						exercise.  Pilot bailed out but killed when parachute
						entangled with tailplane.
					50493 (JT598) SOC by Jan 1, 1946 
				50502 (MSN 5749) to New Zealand as NZ5548
				50510 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot rescued
				50512 (VMF-441) crassed off okinawa Apr 9, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				50533 (MSN 5780) to New Zealand as NZ5555
				50540 (MSN 5787) to New Zealand as NZ5549
				50541 (MSN 5788) to New Zealand as NZ5556
				50547 (MSN 5794) to New Zealand as NZ5550
				50548 (MSN 5795) to New Zealand as NZ5557
				50549 (MSN 5796) to New Zealand as NZ5483
				50550 (MSN 5797) to New Zealand as NZ5408
				50553 (MSN 5800) to New Zealand as NZ5558
				50556 (MSN 5803) to New Zealand as NZ5559
				50557 (MSN 5804) to New Zealand as NZ5560
				50558 (MSN 5805) to New Zealand as NZ5561
				50560 (MSN 5807) to New Zealand as NZ5420
				50561 (MSN 5808) to New Zealand as NZ5410
				50562 (MSN 5809) to New Zealand as NZ5562
				50563 (MSN 5810) to New Zealand as NZ5419
				50564 (MSN 5811) to New Zealand as NZ5563
				50565 (MSN 5812) to New Zealand as NZ5409
				50566 (MSN 5813) to New Zealand as NZ5405
				50567 (MSN 5814) to New Zealand as NZ5564
				50568 (MSN 5815) to New Zealand as NZ5402
				50569 (MSN 5816) to New Zealand as NZ5565
				50570 (MSN 5817) to New Zealand as NZ5566
				50571 was to have gone to New Zealand but was lost in a crash enroute to
					San Diego during first half of 1944
				50572 (MSN 5819) to New Zealand as NZ5567
				50573 (MSN 5820) to New Zealand as NZ5568
				50574 (MSN 5821) to New Zealand as NZ5569
				50575/50609 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT600/JT634
					50576 (JT601) relegated to ground instruction airframe
						Aug 1945, presumably subsequently scrapped.
					50577 (JT602) forcelanded at RNAS Eglinton, Northern Ireland
						following engine faiure Jan 28, 1945, overran airfield
						and struck cowshed.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					50578 (JT603) dove vertically out of cloud into ground 1 mi
						W of RNAS Eglinton, Northern Ireland Aug 2, 1944.
						Pilot killed.
					50581 (JT606) failed to return from strike on battleship Tirptiz,
						Kaa Fjord, Norway Aug 24, 1944.  Pilot MIA
				50610 (MSN 5857) to New Zealand as NZ5570
				50611 (MSN 5858) to New Zealand as NZ5571
				50612 (MSN 5859) to New Zealand as NZ5572
				50618 (MSN 5865) to New Zealand as NZ5573
				50620 (VMF-441) crashed at Yontan airfield Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot survived.
				50623 (MSN 5870) to New Zealand as NZ5574
				50633 crashed at Klamath Falls, OR Jun 12, 1945 after catastrophic engine
					failure.  Pilot was uninjured, but aircraft buckled just aft of cockpit and
					was scavenged for part.
				50635 (MSN 5882) to New Zealand as NZ5575
				50638 (MSN 5885) to New Zealand as NZ5399
				50640 (MSN 5887) to New Zealand as NZ5576
				50641 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa Apr 9, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				50644 (MSN 5891) to New Zealand as NZ5449
				50645 crashed off Okinawa Apr 9, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
				50646 (MSN 5893) to New Zealand as NZ5450
				50647 (MSN 5894) to New Zealand as NZ5400
				50653 (MSN 5900) to New Zealand as NZ5434
				50654 (MSN 5901) to New Zealand as NZ5431
				50656 (MSN 5903) to New Zealand as NZ5433
				50658 (MSN 5905) to New Zealand as NZ5411
				50659 (MSN 5906) to New Zealand as NZ5406
50660-50689		Grumman JRF-5
				contract cancelled 
50690/50739		Curtiss R5C-1 Commando  
				C-46As diverted to USMC from U. S. Army.  
				50690 (ex USAAF 43-47048, MSN 119/CK96).  	
				50691 (ex-USAAF 43-47049, MSN 120/CK97)
				50692 (ex USAAF 43-47055, MSN 126/CK103, VMR-952) landing gear collapsed during takeoff
					Harmon Field Sept 3, 1945.
				50693 (ex USAAF 43-47056, MSN 127/CK104), to N7763B with Aaxico Airlines in 1956, then to 
					Aerolineas El Salvador Mar 31, 1960 as YS-012C.  Crashed after
					takeoff from Miami, FL Feb 13, 1965 when No. 1 engine failed.  2 crew
					killed.
				50694 (ex USAAF 43-46057, MSN 128/CK105)
				50695 (ex USAAF 43-47058, MSN 129/CK106, VMR-953) overshot landing Johnston Island
						Feb 21, 1946.
				50696 (ex USAAF 43-47059, MSN 130/CK107) to civilian registry as N3979C. Sold to Tigres Voladores of Mexico as XA-LEZ. 
						Sold to LEBCA of Venezuela as YV-C-LBF. Sold to Aerovias Amazonas of Peru as 
						OB-YAB-598 and later re-registered as OB-M-598. Sold and re-registered as 
						N74847.
				50697 (ex USAAF 43-47060, MSN 131/CK108) Used by VMR-352, VMR-953,
					VMR-252, was weth VMR-153 when damaged in ground accident
					at Biggs AFB, TX Aug 5, 1950.
				50698 (ex USAAF 43-47061, MSN 132/CK109) 
				50699 (ex USAAF 43-47062, MSN 133/CK110) to N7762B Aaxico Airlines, to Seminole.  While
					operated by Joel Guinn as N466M crashed on takeoff from
					Ellington AFB, TX May 10, 1973. Right propeller oversped
					during climbout, and make wheels-up landing west of airport.
					Aircraft w/o, no fatalities. 
				50700 (ex USAAF 43-47063, MSN 134/CK111) by 1954 was PP-VBM of
					S.A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense
				50701 (ex USAAF 43-47064, MSN 135/CK112)
				50702 (ex USAAF 43-47075, MSN 146/CK123)
				50703 (ex USAAF 43-47076, MSN 147/CK124) bought by Aaxico Airlines June 1956 and registered as N7764B. 
					Bought by Trans Air Leasing Corp. Nov 1956.  Bought by L.J.Lederer & M.R.Cole Nov 21, 1956. Transferred 
					to Trans-Global Airlines Jan 8, 1957 and registered as N9515C. Leased by California Central Airlines in 1958.  
					Bought by Jorge Carnicero Nov 5, 1958 and converted to CW-20T.  Leased by Trans-continental SA Nov 5, 1958 
					and registered LV-PLU, reregistered Jan 13, 1959 to LV-FTW.  Final inspection Jan 11, 1961, WFU & stored 1962.
				50704 (ex USAAF 43-47077, MSN 148, VMR-353) hit parked aircraft and jeeps on
					landing at Agana Field, Guam Dec 11, 1945.
				50705 (ex USAAF 43-47078, MSN 149/CK126)
				50706 (ex USAAF 43-47079, MSN 150/CK127)
				50707 (ex USAAF 43-47080, MSN 151/CK128)
				50708 (ex USAAF 43-47081, MSN 152/CK129) in midair fire during cross-country navigation
					flight near NAS Dallas, TX Mar 17, 1952.  Some bailed out, 2 killed.
				50709 (ex USAAF 43-47082, MSN 153/CK130)
				50710 (ex USAAF 43-47083, MSN 154/CL131, VMR-252) force landed at MCAS Cherry Point, NC
					after midair fire Aug 4, 1948.
				50711 (ex USAAF 43-47084, MSN 155/CK132) 1947 to Brazilian Businessman Vinicius Valadares Vasconcelos, 
					registered as PP-XBR for ferry flight to Brazil. 1948 he sold to 2º Grupo de Transporte, of 
					the Forca Aerea Brasileira based at Campo dos Afonso, Rio de Janeiro, 
					registered as FAB-2058. This aircraft was used supporting the Correio Aereo 
					Nacional (CAN), the National Air Mail Service. 1956 transferred to the Parque 
					de Aeronautica dos Alfonso (PAAF/Maintenance Depot). April 1968 
					declared surplus, registered PP-LBP and put up for sale. 1980 flown to 
					Santos-Dumont Airport, Rio de Janeiro and parked in the open until 1988. 
					Refurbished and flown to Belem, State of Para, where it operated with Taxi 
					Aereo Royal until 1996. Parked, then 1997 the FAB Museu Aeroespacial - MUSAL 
					(Aerospace Museum) acquired the aircraft and it was flown to Rio de Janeiro 
					and refurbished at VARIG Brazilian Airlines maintenance shops at Tom 
					Jobim International Airport (Galeao), Rio de Janeiro. Then on July 03, 1998 
					it was flown to the MUSAL facilities and put on display.
				50712 (ex USAAF 43-47095, MSN 166).  To VMR-952 Jun45; VMR-252 May47; Norfolk, VA Jun47. SOC 31Jan48, class 7-8-Z
					Not sure if it actually reached the USMC, as USAF
					records indicated that it was WFU and stored Jan 1948.
				50713 (ex USAAF 43-47096, MSN 167/CK144) to Aircraft Corp of Miami as N10437, to Ala Chille as CC-CAG.
				50714 (ex USAAF 43-47097, MSN 168/CK145)
				50715 (ex USAAF 43-47098, MSN 169/CK146) flew into water after takeoff 1.5 mi SW of Majuro
					Sept 23, 1946.  4 killed.
				50716 (ex USAAF 43-47099, MSN 170/CK147).  WFU and stored.
					Bought by Aaxico Airlines (Pan American World Airways) as 
					N7765B.  Bought by Juan Adorisio Naschez in 1961 and registered
					CX-AYI.  DBR in forced landing in Uruguay Jan 28, 1962.
				50717 (ex USAAF 43-47100, MSN 171/CK148, VMR-153) in landing accident at Tsingtao, China
					Jul 4, 1947.
				50718 (ex USAAF 43-47101, MSN 172/CK149)
				50719 (ex USAAF 43-47102, MSN 173/CK150) returned to USAF
				50720 (ex USAAF 43-47103, MSN 174/CK151) WFU & stored 7/47. Bought by Nationwide Air Transport Mar 10, 1948 and 
					registered as N79095.  Bought by Aerovias Q in 1946 reg CU-C145.  Bought by Expreso Aereo Inter-Americano 
					in 1960. CUBANA mgd Jul 1961. Bought by TAN Airlines 1963 and registered XH-TNG. Bought by Andes Airlines 
					in 1968 and registered as HC-AMV. Bought by North East Bolivian Airways in 1975 and registered as CP-1224. 
					WFU & broken up Cochabamba, Bolivia 1984.
				50721 (ex USAAF 43-47104, MSN 175/CK152) to AN-AMR (Lineas Aerea Nicaragua)
				50722 (ex-USAAF 47-47361, MSN 432/CK409).  To Domicana as HI-31, crashed Sept 1956.
				50723 (VMR-252, ex USAAF 43-47396, MSN 466/CK444) ground looped during takeoff at
					Reynolds APT, Winston-Salem, NC Jul 30, 1951. 
				50724 (ex-USAAF 43-47397, MSN 467/CK445) to N7768B with Pan American, then to Aaxico Airlines in 1962, 
					to Zantop, returned to Aaxico and ground-looped on takeoff at Saint Louis, MO Feb 18, 1956.
					Repaired and sold to DSW, INC, TRB Airlines, then to Aviation Associates of GA.
					Ditched in sea off Bahamas wien engine failed Sep 12, 1979.
				50725 (ex-USAAF 43-47398, MSN 468/CK446) to N7767B Aaxico Airlines, to HI-39
				50726 (ex-USAAF 43-47399, MSN 469/CK447)
				50727 (ex-USAAF 43-47400, MSN 470/CK448) to Pan American World Airways as N7769B, Colonial Aircraft
					Corp, to Aaxico Airlines Jul 1962, to Zantop Air Transport (renamed Universal Airlines),
					sold to Shamrok, and last to Aviation Associates of Georgia.
				50728 (ex-USAAF 43-47401, MSN 471/CK449) WFU and stored.  Bought by Eric M. Larson
					Jul 10, 1956 as N7769B who in turn sold it to Aaxico Airlines Jul 10, 1956.
					Bought by Colonial Aircraft Corp Oct 11, 1956.  Leased by Capitol Airways
					Jul 1960, returned Nov 1961.  Bought by Aaxico Airlines Jul 1, 196 and
					leased to Colonial Aircraft Corp, who returned it Jun 1963.  Leased by
					Zantop Air Transport Jul 20, 1964 then bought it Sep 20, 1966, becoming
					the next day Universal Airlines.  Bouth Mar 15, 1968 by Aviation Associates
					of Georgia.  Bought by Shamrock Airlines Jan 17, 1969.  Bought by F. A.
					Conner Sep 4, 1970.  Bought by Inter Air, Inc Jul 1975 who leased it to
					Bahamas Air, returned 1977.  Bought by Aircraft Modifications, Inc Mar 1983.
					Landed with a load of contraband at Huichapan in Hidalgo, Mexico.  Was abandoned
					next to a C-47 registered as N13MA, and after a short while the aicraft
					were discovered by the army and were disabled, with the C-46 being completely
					destroyed and the C-47 slowly disassembled.
				50729 (ex-USAAF 43-47402, MSN 472/CK450)
				50730/50739 were cancelled.
50740/50839		Douglas R4D-6
				Navy equivalent of C-47B-DK. Redesignated C-47J in 1962
				50740 operated by US Army at Kwajalein Test Site
				50741 for sale at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966
				50745 (MSN 14643/26088) ex USAAF 43-48827.  Oct 3, 1944 to Fleet Air Arm, San Diego, Oct 7,  1944 to VH-5 (as ambulance), Dec 1944 
					to VE-3 (Special Electronics Unit), Feb 1945 to VE-1, Apr 1946 to VR-11, Nov 29, 1946 to NAS Quonset Point, May 1947 to NAS 
					San Diego for transfer to Fleet Air Service Sq.11, Honolulu. Nov 1958 to Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) as R4D-6 registered 
					9021 for Air Training Squadron 205 (Dai 205 Kyoiku Kokutai at Kanoya).  Dec 20, 1971 transferred to Fleet Squadron 61 (Dai 61 
					Kokutai at Atsugi). Reg. to Texas Turbo Jet, INC as N62428.  Exported to Delta Air Corp of Manila 13 Feb. 1975, registered RP-C14. 
					To Victoria Air Inc.(Philippines), registered RP-C14. W/o Nov 15, 1989 when it ditched 100m offshore 
					near Barualite (Philippines). No fatalities.
				50748 in collision with object Momote, Los Negros,
					SW Pacific Mar 5, 1945.  No injuries.
				50750 hit iron roller on landing at Zettel Field, Jolo Island Jul 28, 1945.
				50751 (MSN 14673/26118) ex USAAF 43-48857. To Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) as R4D-6 registered 9022 
					Nov 1958 for Air Training Squadron 205 (Dai 205 Kyoiku Kokutai at Kanoya). Dec 20, 1971 to Fleet Squadron 
					61 (Dai 61 Kokutai at Atsugi) . Sold Oct 31, 1972, converted to DC-3C, Reg. to AIRCLAIMS, INC as N62427 
					Feb 1975. Exported to PHILAIR (not Philippines Airlines) Apr 20, 1979, reg. RP-C287. W/o Dec 13, 1983 
					when this aircraft crashed in a field at Zapote making an emergency landing after an engine failure shortly after 
					take-off from Manila. No fatalities. 
				50754 (MSN 14688/26133) ex USAAF 43-48872.   Damaged Feb 4, 1950 when struck by gust of wind
					while taxiing at NAS Kodiak, AK.  No injuries.  Aircraft w/o but appeared on
					civil registry as N9118Z for US Navy then as N70 for FAA (1960-1977) later as
					N70JC (NTU), and now N211GB with Lee County Mosquito Control District, Fort
					Meyers, FL
				50757 for sale at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966.  To N3706A
				50759 (MSN 26263) ex USAAF 43-49002.  Modified to R4D-6R  Modified by North Central Airlines to DC-3C
					airliner configuration as N2401 and fitted with Wright R1820 engines.  Redesignated TC-47J in 1962.
					For sale at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 1, 1966. 
				50760 (MSN 26268) ex USAAF 43-49007.  Became N7675C, then N48, then N42.  N87815 reserved but NTU, remained
					N42, then became N2005J, then N232GB.  Registered Mar 26, 2008 as C-FTGI.
				50761 ex USAAF 43-49012.  In 1962 to C-47J with US Army. Sep 1976 to USDA-APHIS as N219GB.  Jul 1980 to US
					Forest Service.  In 1984 put on display at Tinker AFB Heritage Museum, Oklahoma.
				50762 (MSN 26278) ex USAAF 43-49017.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new MSN 43308. served as the "Chuting Stars" jump
					aircraft for US Navy Paracute team in 1961.
				50764 (MSN 26288) ex USAAF 43-49027.  Modified to R4D-5R.  Modified by Frontier Airlines to DC-3C airliner
					configuration as N75277.  Redesignated TC-47J in 1962.  Sold at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966.
				50765 (ATS-3) flew into water during instrument approach to
					NAS Oakland, CA Feb 13, 1945.  24 killed.
				50767 crashed on landing Dec 1, 1950 at Hagaru-Ri, North Korea with heavy load of ammo and to evacuate wounded.
					Crew survived.
				50768 w/o Feb 21, 1945 at Cleveland MAP, Ohio
				50770 missing on flight from Morotai II to Samar, Philippines Mar 19, 1945.  17 missing.
				50771 hit mountain at night near Kirtland AAF Apr 4, 1946.
					11 killed.
				50772 (MSN 26353) ex USAAF 43-49092.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43337
				50774 part modified to DC-3 airliner configuration by Blatz Airlines as N1399N.  Redesignated TC-47J in 1962.
					Sold at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966
				50777 (MSN 36378) ex USAAF 43-49117. Delivered to USN as R4D-6 in Oct 1944 at NAS San Diego CA
					Assigned to FAW-13 in Oct 1944. Assigned to MARFAIR West in Novr 1944. Assigned to VMR-152 in 
					Jan 1945. Assigned to MAG-12 in Feb 1945. Assigned to MAG-15 in June 1946. Assigned to NAS Pearl 
					Harbor in Sep 1946. Assigned to NAS San Diego CA  in June 1947. Assigned to NAS Quonset Point 
					in July 1947. Assigned to VR-1 at NAS Patuxent River MD in Apr 1948
					Assigned to VX-6 in Antarctica in October 1962 as LC-47J.  Crashed Davis Glacier on 25 November 
					1962 while making a jet assisted take off (JATO) at Davis Glacier. A JATO cannister was released 
					accidentally before it stopped firing and hit a propeller.  The aircraft lost an engine and crashed.
				50778 (MSN 26383) Ordered by USAAF as C-47B-10-DK. USAAF s/n 43-49122.  Delivered to USN at NAS San Diego 
					as R4D-6 in Oct 1944.  Assigned to FAW-14. Assigned to VE-3 in Dec 1944. Assigned to VR-3 in Apr 1945. 
					Assigned to MCAS Cherry Point NC in Apr 1946. Assigned to AES-46 in Aug 1946. Assigned to NAS 
					Columbus OH in Feb 1947. Assigned to VRU-3 in Mar 1948. Assigned toVR-23 in Apr 1948
					Stored at NAS Whidby Island WA 1961.  Converted to R4D-6L.  Assigned to VX-6  in Oct 1962. Named Gotcha
					Redesignated LC-47J in 1962.  Crashed 11 January 1965 on Shackleton Glacier, Antarctica. The ski-equipped 
					aircraft was on its rollout on the ski-way, when one of its skis struck a large bit of unobserved 
					sastrugi, struck its propeller, tearing off the port engine and twisting its fuselage.
				50779 to N214GB
				50780 (MSN 14948/26393) ex USAAF 43-49132.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43398.
				50781 (MSN 14953/26398) ex USAAF 43-49137
				50782 (MSN 14958/26403) ex USAAF 43-49142.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43366.  To civil registry.
					Now registered as C-GGKE.
				50783 (MSN 26408) ex USAAF 43-49147.  To civil registry as N151ZE
					1979/80 and restored to WW 2 R4D-6S configuration.  Operated
					by Commemorative Air Force.
				50784 (MSN 26413) ex USAAF 43-49152.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43380.  Seen in K-Tech Yard 8/28/2000.
				50786 (MSN 26424) ex USAAF 43-49163.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43386.
				58788 (MSN 15113/26558) ex USAAF 43-49297.  To N49, N2006J, N235GB.  At Museum in Galveston, Texas. 
				50789 (MSN 15118/26563) ex USAAF 43-49302.  WFU
				50790 (MSN 26568) to Frontier Airlines as N75726
				50793 (MSN 26583) ex USAAF 43-49322.  Was converted to R4D-6R on 4 Apr 1969; wfu; to N7072C; to N33 on 29 Aug 1956; 
					wfu 24 Mar 1982; Preserved at Minnesota ANG Museum, St Paul, Minnesota 
				50795 (MSN 26593/15148) ex USAAF 43-49332.  To N3671G (probably a ferry reg).  To
					N69 for the FAA, to HK-1149G, Aerolinas Del Este (ADES) then HK-1149 for Aerovanguardia
					of Columbia.  In emergency landing in a rice field Jul 31, 2007 on flight
					from Jan Jose del Guaviare to Villavicencio.
				50796 (MSN 26598) ex USAAF 43-49337.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new MSN 43361.
					Acquired by Turbo Three Corporation, not converted and sold to Basler as
					N100BF.  Noted at Oshkosh in unconverted condition Jul 2004.
				50797 in 1968 served with Defense Attache's Office at Dakar, Senegal and SOC Jan 28, 1970.  To civil registry as N10CA
				50798 force landed south of Indianapolis, IN Dec 25, 1944.
				50799 ex USAAF 43-49352. conv to R4D-6Z; redesignated as VC-47J on 18 Sep 1962; In 1969 served with Defense
					Attache's Office at Athens and wfu Jan 28, 1970; to N11CA on 31 Jul 1970;
					to YV-C-GAI on 16 Dec 1970; w/o May 8, 1972 at Cuidad, Venezuela 
				50800 redesignated C-47J in 1962.  Sold at NAF Litchfield Park Feb 15, 1966.  To N91374
				50801 (MSN 26624) ex USAAF 43-49363.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new MSN 43356
				50802 (MSN 15213/26658) ex USAAF 43-49397.  Cockpit section noted Oct 10, 2008
					in storage yard of Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, CA
				50803 w/o May 1945 when destroyed on ground by Japanese suicide squad at Yontan Field, Okinawa.
				50804 (MSN 26668) ex USAAF 43-49407.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new MSN 43320. 
				50805 in single engine landing 1 mile from NAS Pearl Harbor
					runway Jan 29, 1946.
				50808 (MSN 26688) ex USAAF 43-49427.  Modified as R4D-8 with new MSN 43394.  Seen at K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
				50811 (MSN 15258/26703) ex USAAF 43-49442.  Noted on display at Naval Aviation Museum, NAS Pensacola, Florida 
					Nov 1979.  On display at Warner-Robins AFB, Georgia Aug 1993 as 43-49442
				50812 (MSN 26708) ex USAAF 43-49447.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new MSN 43358.  Seen at K-Tech yard 8/28/2000.
					Retired to MASDC and sold for scrap Feb 1975.  MSN was then
					recorded as 43358, which suggests that it had been converted
					to R4D-8.
				50814 (MSN 15273/26718) to R4D-6Q.  Was ex USAAF 43-49457.  On civil registry as N48211.  Machine is displayed 
					outdoors at the Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL as N48211 in US Forestry Service livery
				50815 modified to R4D-6Z.  Modified to DC-3 airliner configuration as N9467Z but NTU.  Redesignated VC-47J
					in 1962.  Sold at NAF Litchfield Park Feb 15, 1966. 
				50816 (MSN 26733) was ex-USAAF 43-49472.  Registered N74 Dec 19, 1956 to Department of the Navy, Washington,
					DC.  Cancelled Jan 13, 1965 as exported to Kenya.  W/o as 5Y-DCA with Kenyan Directorate of Civil Aviation
					Apr 6, 1971.
				50818 (ATS-3) flew into ground during night takeoff from
					Winslow, AZ May 29, 1945.
				50819 ex USAAF 43-49613.  Converted to R4D-6S ASW configuration.  To US Navy Department as N9119Z, then N60.
					To FAA Aug 1, 1966.  Aug 29, 1966 to USDA as N68.  Jan 1977
					to N68AH, Jun 1977 to N229GB.  Jun 2, 1981 to Mid Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, PA.
				50821 (MSN 26876) ex USAAF 43-49615. Converted to R4D-8 with new MSN 43322.  At National Museum
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL on loan from Smithsonian Air And Space Museum.
				50822 (MSN 26877) ex USAAF 43-49616.  Modified to R4D-6R.  Modified by North Central Airlines to DC-3C airliner
					configuration as N2400.  Redesignated TC-47J in 1962.  For sale at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966
				50823 (MSN 26878) ex USAAF 43-49617.  Rebuilt as R4D-8 with new MSN 43317.
				50826 (MSN 26924) ex USAAF 43-49663.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43363.   Redesignated
					C-117D in 1962.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				50827 to Chilean Navy as 124 and now stored derelict as CC-PJN at Melipilla-Santa Teresa del Almendral, Chile.
				50828 modified to R4D-6Z.  Redesignated VC-47J in 1962.  For sale at NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 15, 1966
				50829 to N237GB
				50830 (MSN 26973/15528) ex USAAF 43-49712.  (VR-3) overshot landing on Chicago Island
					Sept 30, 1945.
				50832 (MSN 15538/26983) ex USAAF 43-49722.  Delivered to USN on 2 Jan 1945 as R4D-6
					Assigned to NAS Banana River FL for "Project B". Assigned to Naval Aero Lab at NAS Banana River in Oct 
					1945. Assigned to NAS Quonset Point RI in Sept 1947. Assigned to NAS Columbus in Dec 1947. 
					Assigned to NAWC China Lake in September 1956.  Reassigned to the USMC in Hawaii in 1960
					Redesignated C-47J in 1962.  Converted to LC-47J.  Assigned to VX-6 on 6 November 1965. Named Spirit of McMurdo
					Crashed on the Ross Ice Shelf on 2 February 1966 while in a landing approach at Mile 60 on the Army-Navy 
					Trail. The airplane stalled while about 200 feet above the surface. The right wing dipped, the pilot 
					corrected and the left wing dropped. The plane hit the snow surface while nearly inverted. The wings 
					broke off and the fuselage broke in two places before the plane caught fire and the JATO canisters 
					on board exploded. 6 killed.
				50833 (MSN 26988) ex USAAF 43-49727.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43349.
				50834 (MSN 26993) ex USAAF 43-49732.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43324. To N834D
				50835 (MSN 26998) ex USAAF 43-49737.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43321.  Redesignated
					C-117D in 1962.  On static display at MCAS Miramar, CA.  Was the last C-117D to serve
					with US Marine Corps.  Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro
					MCAS, CA
				50836 (MSN 27003) ex USAAF 43-49742.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43389
				50837 (MSN 27008) ex USAAF 43-49747.  Registered Dec60 as N7998A to US Navy and ferried to Naples, Italy 
					for use by the US Embassy.  To AMARC Dec69-Feb77.  Registered Jan 6, 1986 as N375AS to Air Sales Inc, 
					cancelled Oct 27, 1999.  Nose still extant and used by the Milleville Army Air Field Museum, 
					Milleville, NJ, as a travelling exhibit.
				50838 (MSN 27024) ex USAAF 43-49763.  Modified to R4D-8 with new MSN 43329.
				50839 (MSN 16042/32790) ex USAAF 44-76458
50840/50849		Douglas R5D-1
				USAAF C-54A transferred to Navy.  Some modified as staff transports and
					redesignated R5D-1F, R5D-1Z and then VC-54N.
				50840 (MSN 10361) ex USAAF 42-72256
				50841 (MSN 10363) ex USAAF 42-72258
				50842 (MSN 10364) ex USAAF 42-72259
				50843 (MSN 10365) ex USAAF 42-72260.  To N58003, VP-CBD, CY-ACA, VH-INY,
					N5520V, D-ADAL, G-AREK, converted to Carvair, G-AREK, N9757F, LX-IOG,
					F-BHMV, G-AREK, G41-1-173 (a British Class B registration), G-AREK, 
					F-BYCl, N83FA.  Crashed Apr 1997 at Griffin, Georgia.  2 crew killed.
				50844 (MSN 10366/DC97) ex USAAF 42-72261.   Douglas Aircraft Company bought Jun 30, 1946 and converted to DC-4, Conversion No. 37. 
					Pan American World Airways bought Jun 20, 1947 Reg. as N88934 and named "Clipper Pride of America". 
					Renamed "Clipper Berlin". Transferred to Pan American Grace Airways (PANGRA) in 1949. Later WFU & stored Miami, 
					FL. Charlotte Aircraft Sales bt. Dec 17, 1961. Spanish Air Force bought. 1962, Reg. T.4-10. Withdrawn from 
					use 1979. This airframe is now preserved at Museo del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, Spain. 
				50845 (MSN 10393) ex USAAF 42-72288.  To OB-SAE-174, F-BFGS (Air Atlas), CN-CCC 
					(Royal Air Maroc), F-BJHD, TU-TBP, F-BJHD.  To Guest Airways of Mexico as XA-GUO. 
					Sold to Peruvian International Airways as OB-SAE-174. Sold and re-registered N1477V
				50846 (MSN 10394) ex USAAF 42-72289.  Became N49528.  By 1956 was
					N67067 of Northwest Airlines
				50847 (MSN 10395) ex USAAF 42-72290.  Used by Naval Air Transport Service and assigned to VR-1.
					Named "Moby Dick".  By 1955 was N41341 of Pacific Northern Airlines.
				50848 ex USAAF 42-72291 (MSN 10396/DC127).   Bought by Chamberlin Aircraft Engineering in 1946.  Bought by
					Philippine Airlnes Feb 1949 and registered as PI-C107.  Damaged in landing at Tokyo, Japan Oct 28, 1949.
					To Pacific Overseas Airlines (Siam) Dec 1950 and named "City of Ayudhya" and registered
					as HS-POS.  Crashed into saddle between Mount Butler and Mount Parker while 
					taking off from Kai Tak, Hong Kong Mar 11, 1951.  All 26 onboard killed.
				50849 ex USAAF 42-72292 (MSN 10397).  To civil registry as NC88756, then XA-GUP, then
					N88756.  To Thai Airways Apr 11, 1957 as HS-TSC.  To VP-YTY Jan 1962. 
50850/50868		Douglas R5D-2
				USAAF C-54B transferred to Navy.
				Some modified as staff transports and redesignated R5D-2F, R5D-2Z and then VC-54P.
				50850 (MSN 10427) ex USAAF 42-72322. Converted to R5D-2Z, redesignated VC-54P.  
					Struck high ground near Copper Canyon, NV Jan 10, 1968.  19 killed.
				50851 (MSN 10428) ex USAAF 42-72323. Used for radar tests at NATC Patuxent River, MD
					under designation R5D-2-2.  Had two pods mounted under each outer wing, and
					a dorsal appendage which looked like a submarine conning towwer complete
					with an extended periscope.  Redesignated C-54P in 1962.  To Aero Union of CA as N62295.
					Now a hulk at Chico, CA.
				50852 (MSN 10429) ex USAAF 42-72324.   Nosewheel collapsed on landing at NAF China Lake, CA
					Jun 5, 1969 on flight from NAS Los Alimatos, CA.  Aircraft SOC at China Lake.
				50853 (MSN 10430) ex USAAF 42-72325
				50854 (MSN 10431), ex USAAF 42-72326.  To Globe Air, Mesa, AZ as N98AS.  To
					Carribean Air Cargo.  Ditched off St Croix, Virgin
					Islands  Mar 28, 1981 after engine fire.  1 of 2 crew on board killed.
				50855 (MSN 10459, ex USAAF 42-72354).  To Aero Union of CA as N67109.
					W/o Apr 30, 1990 at Chico, CA after a nose gear collapsed on landing
					and the plane caught fire.
				50856 (MSN 10460, ex USAAF 42-72355) to VC-54P.  To American Air Freight, Laredo, TX as N774AF.
				50857 (MSN 10461, ex USAAF 42-72356.  Converted to C-54S in 1962 and later
					to C-54P.  To MASDC Mar 1973.  to Biegert Aviation as N44911 Oct 28, 1975.
					To Brooks Fuel of Fairbanks, AK Sep 3, 1996.  Suffered major damage
					May 7, 2004 when explosion took place in left wing during engine start at 
					Ganes Creek Mine airstrip, 25 mi W of McGrath, AK.  Engine 1 and
					outboard section of left wing separated from the rest of the wing.
					Crew uninjured.  
				50858 (MSN 10462) ex USAAF 42-72357
				50859 (MSN 10463) ex USAAF 42-72358
				50860 (MSN 10516) ex USAAF 42-72411
				50861 (MSN 10514) ex USAAF 42-72409
				50862 (MSN 10522) ex USAAF 42-72417
				50863 (MSN 10521) ex USAAF 42-72416
				50864 (MSN 10519) ex USAAF 42-72414
				50865 (MSN 10520, ex USAAF 42-72415).  To Air Response, Inc as N67019, 
					Tanker T-157.   Seen in derelict condition at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ in 2009.
				50866 (MSN 10533) ex USAAF 42-72428
				50867 (MSN 10525) ex USAAF 42-72420.  W/o Jun 1, 1964 in ground fire at Twin Cities, Minnesota
				50868 (MSN 10537) ex USAAF 42-72432.  Operated as a Blue Angels support
					aircraft 1957-65, 1968.
50869/50888		Douglas R5D-3
				USAAF C-54D transferred to Navy.
				50879/50888 cancelled.
				Most survivors redesignated C-54Q in 1962.
				A few became RC-54V.  Staff transport variant designated R5D-3Z and then VC-54Q.
				50869 (MSN 10546) ex USAAF 42-72441.  Crashed during landing at Willow Run Apt, MI Jan 22, 1957.  
					1 killed, 6 survived.
				50870 (MSN 10553) ex USAAF 42-72448
				50871 (MSN 10550) ex USAAF 42-72445.  Sold to EASI Mosquito Control as N67024.
				50872 (MSN 10558) ex USAAF 42-72453 (MSN 10558, VRE-1) overshot landing at Yontan Field, Okinawa
					and caught fire Apr 9, 1945.
				50873 (MSN 10555) ex USAAF 42-72450
				50874 (MSN 10544) ex-USAAF 42-72449.  To civilian registry as N27MA.
					Now preserved at McClellan Aviation Museum, CA painted as 42-72449.
				50875 (MSN 10560) ex USAAF 42-72455.  To civil registry as N67061
				50876 (MSN 10559) ex USAAF 42-72454.  Converted to R5D-5, redesignated
					C-54S in 1962.  WFU and stored at MASDC Mar 1971.  Sold 
					Dec 27, 1974 and registered as N62439.  In 1976 to Figorifico
					Reyes and registerd as CP-1206.  W/o when crashed after
					takeoff at Rurrenabaque, Bolivia Mar 24, 1984.  Right wingtip
					struck trees, causing the aircraft to lose control and
					crash into a forest.  
				50877 (MSN 10563/DC294) ex USAAF 42-72458.  Bought by Lee Mansdorf and Co Aug 22, 1957 as N6874C.  Bought by 
					Twentieth Century Airlines Oct 19, 1957.  Bought by Lufttransport-Unternehmen Mar 24, 1958 as
					D-AMIR.  Leased by Air Condor Aug 3, 1960 as G-AREL, returned Oct 1960.  Bought by Keegan Aviation in 1970.  
					Bought by C Van Antwerpen Dec 16, 1960 as OO-RIC.  Leased by Belgian International
					Air Services Dec 16, 1960 then bought Jul 16, 1961.  Leased by United Nations Congo in 1962.  Leased by Air Sud Kasai in 1962.
					Leased by Air Congo in 163.  Returned to Belgian International Air Services Feb 1967.  Bought by Transportflug 
					Aug 11, 1967 and registered D-ACAB.  Leased by Alitalia in 1968, bought by Comex Mar 22, 1972 as F-BTGZ.  
					Bought by SF Air May 1972. WFU and stored Nice, France 1979.    Bought by Westair International
					Sep 25, 2979 as N8060C.  Bought by Tiburon Aircraft Inc Oc 20, 1979.  Crashed into woods near McCormick, SC 
					Nov 19, 1979 while carrying 15,000 pounds of marijuana while attempting a landing on a sod strip in
					the ground fog.  Two crew killed.  Reports that this plane went to US Coast Guard seem to be in error.
				50878 (MSN 10576/DC307) ex USAAF 42-72471.  Converted to VC-54Q in 1962.  Bought by Hillcrest Aircraft Company Sep 29, 1975
					and registered as N67220.  Bought by Frigorifico Reyes Mar 1978 and registered as CP-1404. Crashed on landing at
					Trinidad, Bolivia Jun 8, 1983.  5 killed.
50879/50888		Curtiss XBT2C-1 
				Curtiss Model 98.  Serials reallocated from cancelled R5D-3 batch.  50888 not completed.
50889/51022		Grumman J4F-2 Widgeon 
				contract cancelled

51025/51094		Beech SNB-1 Kansan
				MSN 3815/3924.  US Naval Aviation 1910-1995 has these starting with 51023.
				51025 (MSN 3815) to civil regiatry as N7275C with US Forest Service in 1958 and 1981 it
					was in Canada as C-GICC.  In 1983 reregistered as N145SC and current as of 2006.
				51026 (MSN 3816)
				51027 (MSN 3817)
				51028 (MSN 3818) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N8795.  Then to N222EL and
					rebuilt as Hamilton Westwing IIIwith PT6 engines.  To HK-1296, N222EL.  In 2006 to K & K Aircraft,
					Bridgewater, VA for parts
				51029 (MSN 3819)
				51030 (MSN 3820)
				51031 (MSN 3821)  remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N86416.  Seen
					derelict in Hamilton storage compount Sep 1974.
				51032 (MSN 3822)
				51033 (MSN 3823)
				51034 (MSN 3824)  remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N90264.  In 2003
					noted at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage, California with other aircraft hulks used for movie sets. 
				51035 (MSN 3825)
				51036 (MSN 3826)
				51037 (MSN 3827)
				51038 (MSN 3828)
				51039 (MSN 3829) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N9231.  With Connie Kalitta Flying Service Aug 4, 1973
					damaged in gear-up landing at Detroit, MI .  Damaged Feb 21, 1979 when gear
					collapsed in off-field landing at Plain City, OH.  converted to Hamilton HA-1 Turboliner.  Crashed
					after takeoff near Memphis, TN Oct 8, 1987 with tail stand still attached to aircraft.
				51040 (MSN 3830)
				51041 (MSN 3831)
				51042 (MSN 3832)
				51043 (MSN 3833) to civil registry as N2824D for Vegas Airways, Redondo Beach, CA in Jan 1956.
					Reregistered to N68635, then had 11 subsequent owners.  Restored by Taigh Ramey
					of Vintage Aircraft, Stockton, CA and sold to David C. Renner, Freeburg, IL in
					1995.  Currently in "Brenda Gail III" marks and with a turret.
				51044 (MSN 3834)
				51045 (MSN 3835) to civil registry as N90298
				51046 (MSN 3836) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N9232.  With Hamilton Aircraft 
					Co Dec 13, 1997 deregistered as destroyed.  Rebuild as Turboliner not completed.
				51047 (MSN 3837) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
					To Mexican registry as XB-WOS then XA-TAG.
				51054 (MSN 3844) remanufactured as SNB-5 July 1950.
				51055 (MSN 3845) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To N437PA.
					Rebuilt as Hamilton Turboliner in 1969.  Crashed and destroyed landing in snow, Barrow, Alaska Oct 31, 1969.
				51056 (MSN 3846) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  later UC-45J.  To civil 
					registry as N2850.  Deregistered in 1988.  Seen in parts yard in 2004.
				51058 at NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jul 1951.
				51064 (MSN 3854) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90251
				51076 (MSN 3906) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 Jul 21, 1951. Rededesignated UC-45J in 1962  
					By Aug 1996 had become N145SC 
				51078 (MSN 3908) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90258.
				51084 (MSN 3914) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  To N90284.
				51090 (MSN 3920) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					Converted to SNB-5, redesignated TC-45J Sep 18, 1962.  Converted to UC-45J.  WFU.  Noted in
					storage yard off MASDC Mar 18, 2005.
51095/51199		Beech SNB-2C Navigator
				51098 (MSN 6215) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, JRB-4, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N19002 with Iowa Western Community College
				51099 (MSN 6217)
				51100 (MSN 6219) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, to SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N26820.
				51101 (MSN 6221) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, to SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90273.
				51102 (MSN 6223)
				51103 (MSN 62250
				51104 (MSN 6227) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, to SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962. To MASDC
					as IC241 Oct 11, 1970.  To civil registry as N40085 with US Department of Agriculture.  In
					2012 was displayed on poles at an antique store in Anthony, Texas.
				51105 (MSN 6229) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3P, to SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To MASDc
					as IC248 Oct 20, 1970.  To civil registry as N40086 with US Department of Agriculture.
				51106 (MSN 6231)
				51107 (MSN 6233) was USAAF 44-33613 reallocated to US Navy as BuNo 51107.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, 
					as JRB-4, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.To MASDC in 1971.  To civil registry as N79926, N8640.
				51108 (MSN 6235)
				51109 (MSN 6237)
				51110 (MSN 6239)
				51111 (MSN 6241)
				51112 (MSN 6243) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3N, as SNB-5 c1953.  To MASDC as IC243 Nov 13, 1970.
					To US Department of Agriculture as N40087 in 1975.
				51116 (MSN 6291) ex USAAF UC-45F 43-33642.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated
					UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N6756A with US Department of Agriculture.  To N152C
				51117 (MSN 6293) ex USAAF UC-45F 43-33643.  To civil registry as N11509 with School of Aviation Technology,
					Hamilton, Alabama as instructional airframe.  Deregistered
					Nov 4, 2001 as destroyed
				51119 (MSN 6297) ex USAAF UC-45F 43-33645.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 (MSN N-827).  Redesignated
					UC-45J in 1962.  To Nicaraguan civil registry as AN-ARV.  Seen derelict at Managua-Las-Mercedes, Nicaragua
					in 1978.
				51121 (MSN 6301) ex USAAF UC-45F 43-33647.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3N, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated
					UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N97001
				51122 (MSN 6303) ex USAAF UC-45F 43-33648.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated
					TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N13222
				51124 (MSN 6307) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3N, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred
					to US Army as 51124.  To civil registry as N5144G
				51125 (MSN 6309) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3N, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil 
					registry as N12719.
				51131 (MSN 6321) was USAAF 43-33657.  Remanufactured by Beech as JRB-4, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as 
					N86470.  Preserved at Planes of Fame, Chino, California.  Hulk in Planes of Fame storage yard in 1991.
				51132 (MSN 6322) converted by the factory to the D-18 series
					in early 1950s.  Became SNB-5/TC-45J.  Sold to Normandie
					Iron and Metal of Goodyear, AZ Jul 26, 1965.  Sold to Hamilton
					Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ registered as N16008.  Sold Jun 14, 1975
					to Maxson Aviation, Kotzebue, AK.  In Aug 1979 converted to
					500 hp non-reversing PT6A-6 engines (550 hp PT6A-20 engines
					were installed later) in Alaska.  Nov 1979 sold to Condor
					Aviation, Mt Hope, Ontario, Canada as C-GBLI.
					Apr 1989 sold by Keewatin Air Limited of Winnipeg to K&K
					Aircraft in Bridgewater, VA in damaged condition.
					Repaired Apr 1990 as Hamilton Westwind III and registered
					as N38L.  Damaged Dec 2007 while landing at Freeport IAP,
					Bahamas.  With Monarch Air Group Lic May 8, 2009 lost control
					on required downwind takeoff at E. T. Joshua Airport Saint
					Vincent and the Grenadines and ran into perimeter fece on
					South side.  Right wing badly damaged.  Crashed into Atlantic Ocean
					N of Nassau, Bahamas dec 14, 2010.  2 killed.
				51135 (MSN 6329) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  To N165V
				51137 (MSN 6333) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N40088 with US Department of Agriculture.
				51138 (MSN 6356) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To MASDC as IC245 Nov 20, 1970.  To N40089 with US Department of Agriculture in 1975.
				51141 (MSN 6365) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N90299.  Noted at Mesa, AZ in storage yard in 1971.
				51144 (MSN 6374) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962
					To MASDC as IC237 May 18, 1970.  To N40090 with Department of Agriculture in 1975.  To Pima Air and 
					Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Bought by Taigh Ramey 12/96 and removed from
					Museum for restoration
				51146 (MSN 6449) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90259.
				51149 (MSN 6458) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N72402.
				51151 (MSN 6464) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ.  Noted
					stored in Hamilton compoundi in 1971.
				51158 (MSN 6485) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3Q, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N5058.  Donated 
					to Aero Mechanics School of Detroit, MI and noted there 1992 in wrecked condition. Noted derelict
					at Selfridge AFB, MI Nov 7, 1997.
				51161 (MSN 6564) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3.  Redesignated SNB-3Q.  Remanufacutred by Beech as SNB_5
					(modification serial number N1100) Sep 1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N41780.
					Also listed as MSN 6775, remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c 1953, to civil registry as N91240
					Also listed as MSN 7722, remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c 1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
						To civil registry as N10910
				51162 (MSN 6606) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ 1968.
					Noted in Hamilton compound in 1971.
				51163 (MSN 6609) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, regesignated SNB-3Q.  Rebuilt as SNB-5 c1953.  
					To NAS Litchfiedl Park in 1962.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ in 1965.  Seen derelict in Hamilton
					compound in 1972.
				51166 (MSN 6618) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, redesignated SNB-3Q.  Rebuilt as SNB-5 c 1953.
					Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N13615.
				51167 (MSN 6621) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, redesignated SNB-3Q.  Rebuilt as SNB-5 c 1953.
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N6509.
				51168 (MSN 6624) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, redesignated SNB-3Q.  Rebuilt as SNB-5 c 1953.
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to US Army as 51168.  TO MASDC in 1970.  To civil registry as
					N7777L
				51169 (MSN 6627) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, redesignated SNB-3Q.  Rebuilt as SNB-5 c 1953.
					Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N2814J
				51170 (MSN 6630) ex USAAF UC-45F (unknown serial)  remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, redesignated SNB-3Q.  
					Rebuilt as SNB-5 c 1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N9760.
				51171 (MSN 6633) ex USAAF UC-45F (unknown serial)  remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3.
					Rebuilt as SNB-5 c 1953.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N3766.  Rebuilt as Hamilton
					Turboliner.  Crashed and destroyed during emergency landing a Portage, MI Jan 24, 1970.  2 on board killed.
				51174 crashed in Smoky Mountains of Tennessee 12/9/1945.
				51180 (MSN 6660) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-3, SNB-4, as SNB-5 c1953.  
					Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N90285
				51181 (MSN 6663) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90247
				51187 (MSN 6811)
				51188 (MSN 6814)
				51189 (MSN 6817)
				51190 (MSN 6820)
				51192 (MSN 6826) from USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.   Redesignated
					UC-45J in 1962.  To N4500P   
				51197 (MSN 6838) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N91246.
				51199 (MSN 6944) from USAAF UC-45F, unknown serial.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5N Oct 1950.
					To civil registry as N72403, N40189, N40183.
51200/51293		Beech SNB-2 Navigator
				Survivors redesignated UC-45J/RC-45J/TC-45J in 1962.
				51201 (MSN 5506) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N8744 as instructional airframe
				51207 (MSN 5512) converted to SNB-2P.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					Transferred to US Army as 51207.  To storage at MASDC in 1970.  To N6082.
				51210 (MSN 5515) converted to SNB-2).  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 (N-1099).  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N2810J
				51212 (MSN 5517) assigned to Training Squadron VN18D8-C.  W/o Oct 12, 1944
					when collided with SNV-2 and both crashed 13 mi from Corpus Christi, TX,
					killing all 5 crewmen.
				51216 (MSN 5521) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N13223  
				51218 (MSN 5523) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To civil
					registry as N40189 with Northern Indiana Aviation Museum,
					Goshen, IN.  Was at one time used by US Geological Survey
				51219 (MSN 5524) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N90279.  Noted derelict
					at Tucson airport in 1972.
				51220 (MSN 6299) ex USAAF UC-45F 43-33646.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated
					UC-45J in 1962.  To N4850 with US Department of Agriculture, later to Chchise College, Douglas, AZ as
					instructional airframe.
				51224 (MSN 5529) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
				51225 (MSN 5530) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-5, SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N11000
				51226 (MSN 5553) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N91255.  Noted derelict in Hamilton Aircraft
					compound in 1972.
				51227 (MSN 5554) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-5, SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N5385
				51228 (MSN 5555) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N2024.  Reported 
					in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, Ohio.
				51229 (MSN 5556) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To Allied Aircraft Inc,
					Tucson, AZ in 1973.
				51233 (MSN 5560) converted to SNB-2P.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in
					1962.  To civil registry as N6266, later N145J.  On loan  to Tennessee Museum of Aviation, Gatlinburg,
					Tennesse since 2005.
				51234 (MSN 5561)
				51235 (MSN 5562) converted to SNB-2P, remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N5145G, 
					certificate now revoked.
				51236 (MSN 5563) remnaufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N41005.
					To Iowa Aviation Heritage Museum, Arkeny, Iowa in 2003.
				51237 (MSN 5564)
				51238 (MSN 5565) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to US
					Army as 51238 in 1966.  To MASDC in 1971.  to civil registry as N60894, registered N68394 Oct 8, 1972,
					certificate now revoked.
				51239 (MSN 5566)
				51240 (MSN 5567) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N4503P
				51241 (MSN 5568) converted to SNB-5 Sep 1950.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N87693.
					Sep 1959 for US Department of Agriculture at Moore Air Base Mission, TX.
					Jul 1981 to Lewis University, Romeoville, IL.  Mar 1988 to Courtesy
					Aircraft, Rockford IL.  To Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS Oct 1988,
					registered N87693.  Noted Oct 2003 at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS.  
					Still there Oct 2006.
				51242 (MSN 5569) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Sold to Vincennes 
					University reg. N375VU during the 1970's. Sold to Academy Airlines during the early 80's.  Stored Griffin GA.
					Registered to Mark L. Frederick Nov 30, 2004.  Still active.
				51245 (MSN 5572) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90267.  
				51253 (MSN 5580) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N13221.
				51256 (MSN 5583) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N35095.
				51257 (MSN 5584) converted to SNB-2P.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962
					To civil registry as N2327.
				51262 (MSN 5589) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N2808J
					with Lewis University, Romeoville, IL.
				51264 (VP-772) forcelanded at Kirtland AFB,NM Jun 19, 1950.
				51267 (MSN 5594) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P c1954.  Redesignated RC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry 
					as N75020.
				51268 (MSN 5595) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as
					N41003.
				51269 (MSN 5596) remanufactured by Beech as JRB-5.  Transferred to US Coast Guard 1945/1949 as JRB-5 51269.
					Returned to US Navy.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N9560.
				51271 (MSN 5598) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N1269N
				51273 (MSN 5600) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts.
				51284 (MSN 5611) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N5683
				51285 (MSN 5612) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To civil registry as N90260
				51287 (MSN 5614) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry as N9233.
					rebuild as Hamilton Turboliner commenced but not completed.
				51288 (MSN 5615) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Acquired by US Army as TC-45J
					51288.  To MASDC in 1971. .  Sold on civilian market as N68392 in 1972.  Crashed 
					Feb 2, 1981 at San Clemente, CA on marijuana run.  Still known on USACR with MSN 44-51288.
				51291 (MSN 5618) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.  Converted to UC-45J.
					To civil registry as N11248.  Later bought by USAF Museum, OH.  Noted Sep 2003 on display at McClellan
					Aviation Museum, Sacramento, California painted as 42-51291.
51294/51349		Beech SNB-2C Navigator
				51295 (MSN 5694) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  To N91244.
				51300 (MSN 5699) damaged in taxiing accident at Wright Field, OH Sep 6, 1950.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, JRB-4,
					SNB-5 c1953.  To N90268.
				51302 (MSN 5702) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, JRB-4, SNB-5 c1953.   To N90263.  
				51303 (MSN 5703) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1953.   Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N19001
				51308 (MSN 5710) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N9658.
				51312 (MSN 5715) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to
					US Army in 1964 as 51312.  Fitted with Volpar trigear kit and redesignated NC-45J.  To MASDC as ZA042 
					May 13, 1981, later CY003.  To N5471M, became N45N. W/o Mayo, Canada Sep 13, 2001.
				51315 (MSN 5719) seen derelict at Mesa, AZ Oct 13, 1978.
				51317 (MSN 5722) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To civil registry 
					as N2812J
				51318 (MSN 5723) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N15280
				51329 (MSN 5738) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3.  In midair collision with DC-4 near NAS Alameda, CA
					Tail damaged but landed safely.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5P in 1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					Noted derelict as N69MC at Kissimmee, FL Apr 1992.  Restored as cropduster as
					N2284J with Bock Aviation, FL.
				51332 (MSN 6323) ex USAAF AT-7C 43-33658.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, as SNB-5 c 1953.  To civil
					registry as N16008.  Rebuilt as Hamilton Westwind III.  To C-GBLI.  To N38L in 1989.  To N103MA in 2008.
				51333 (MSN 5743) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3E, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962. To MASDC
					as 1C230 Apr 1,1970.  To civil registry as N40091 with US Department of Agricultue in 1975.  Noted in storage
					at USDA compound Douglas-Bisbee, AZ in 1979.
				51338 (MSN 5750) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3P, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962. 
					To civil registry as N5766.  At Minnesota ANG museum, St Paul,  Minnesota, painted as 52-10884.
				51339 (MSN 5751) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3P, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  
					To civil registry as N2253.
				51342 (MSN 5817) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts.
					Noted derelict on Hamilton ramp in 1976.
				51346 (MSN 5822) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, JRB-4, SNB-5 c1953.  To civil registry as N90294.
					To Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ for parts. Noted derelict in Hamilton compunt in 1972.
				51349 (MSN 5826) remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, SNB-5 c1953.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.
					To civil registry as N2813J.
51350/51676		North American SNJ-4 Texan
				51350/51376 MSN 88-13617/13643	(27)
					51352 (MSN 88-13619) to Royal Swedish AF as 16305
					51360 (88-13627) became N6424D, later on civil registry as N694US.  
						Now on display at March AFB Museum, California
					There is a conflict here.
					51363 (MSN 88-13630) rebuilt to resemble P-64 and put on display at Military Air Museum, Virginia Beach, VA.
					51368 (MSN 88-13635) to Spanish AF as C.6-156.  Sold Feb 1982.  Became
						N26592, later N29BS
				51377/51426 MSN 88-13759/13808	(50)
					51381 still airworthy as N6525D.  Saw it at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Illihois 8-5-95.
					51388 (MSN 88-13770) 
					51395 (MSN 88-13777)  
					51398 (MSN 88-13780) noted Dec 2005 in Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
				51427/51440 MSN 88-13889/13902	(14)
				51441/51476 MSN 88-13923/13958	(36)
					51441 (MSN 88-13923) 
					51448 (VN4D8) crashed and burned on boundary of NAS Barin Field
						during night flying exercise Aug 22, 1943.  Royal Navy
						pilot killed.
					51458 (VN4D8) crashed 3 mi W of Foley following midair 
						collision Aug 9, 1943.  Royal Navy pilot killed.
					51470 (MSN 88-13952)
				51477/51526 MSN 88-14019/14068	(50)
					51495 (MSN 88-14037)
					51498 (MSN 88-14040) registered NC66217.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16242 1952-1955.  Scrapped after crash
					51513 (MSN 88-14055) to civil registry as NC91041
					51522 (MSN 88-14064)
				51527/51576 MSN 88-14109/14158 	(50)
					51527 (MSN 88-14109)
					51562 (MSN 88-14144) on civilian registry as N51562.
					51569 (MSN 88-14151)
					51570 (MSN 88-14152)
				51577/51626 MSN 88-14219/14268	(50)
					51580 (MSN 88-14222)
					51584 on display at Lackland AFB, Texas
					51601 to storage at NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona.  SOC Aug 22, 1956
					51613 (MSN 88-14255)
					51614 (MSN 88-14256)
					51621 (MSN 88-14263)
				51627/51676 MSN 88-14315/14364	(50)
					51629 (MSN 88-14317) still airworthy as N6427D
					51643 (MSN 88-14331) registration N709AW reserved Feb 21,2008,
						taken up Feb 25, 2008.  Has been stored since Jun 1986
					51652 (MSN 88-14340)
					51674 (MSN 88-14362)
51677/52049		North American SNJ-5 Texan
				51677/51726 MSN 88-14425/14474
					51698 (MSN 88-14446) to civil registry as N7986C.  Modified as
						Zero replica for use in the movie 'Tora! Tora! Tora!'
					51707 flew into water on approach USS Monterey, June 9, 1953.  No injuries.
				51727/51751 MSN 88-14515/14539
				51752/51801 MSN 88-14606/14655
					51761 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
					51764 (MSN 88-14618) to civil registry as N15WS, reregistered N7973C Oct 2001.
					51766 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
					51789 (MSN 88-14643) to civil registry as N5488V.
				51802/51821 MSN 88-14696/14715
					51811 (MSN 88-14705) to Spanish AF as C.6-142.  Sold Apr 1982. became
						N3931S, later N5FJ
					51818 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
					51819 (MSN 88-14713) to disponal at NAS Pensacola Fl Dec 15, 1958 as N1143U. To N7804B, to N155DB 1986/87, to
						N7084B in 2004.  Did not go to D-FGHL and did not serve with Spanish AF.
					51821 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired
				51822/51871 MSN 88-14800/14869
					51822 damaged on ground by explosion of depth charges at NAS Hampton Roads, VA Sep 17, 1943.  Repaired.
					51849 on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
					51868 (MSN 88-14866) registered N703AW Feb 20, 2008.  Reregistered N518WW Jun 9, 2009
				51872/51895 MSN 88-14910/14923
				51896 MSN 88-14934 51896 (MSN 88-14934) flying with Fitron One LLC of Tulsa, OK.
				51897/51946 MSN 88-15000/15049
					51900 (MSN 88-15003) overside landing on USS Monterey off Florida June 5, 1953.
					51903 (MSN 88-15006) to civil registry as N51903
					51921 lost Mar 8, 1954 due to loss of engine power while launching from
						USS Midway (CV-41) and ditched in Bay of Cannes.  Crew recovered.  
						Wreckage recently discovered off south coast of France by a sport diver.
				51947/51971 88-15090/15114
					51952 (MSN 88-15095) to civil registry as N15HB
					51968(MSN 88-15111) noted in 1988 displayed on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charleston
						Harbor, SC.  At Ozark Military Museum, Fayetteville RAP/Drake Field, AR Jan 2008
					51969 (MSN 88-15112)
					51970 (MSN 88-15113)
					51971 (MSN 88-15114) to civil registry as N3267G
				51972/52021 MSN 88-15160/15209
					51985 (MSN 88-15173) to N64L and current as N154CF
					51999 (MSN 88-15187) to Spanish AF as C.6-171.  Sold Apr 1982, became N29678
					52006 (MSN 88-15194) to civil registry as N7995C, then N52006
					52007 (MSN 88-15195)
					52008 (MSN 88-15196)
					52009 (MSN 88-15197) crashed 4 mi NE of Glendora, CA Apr 20, 1947.
					52010 (MSN 88-15198)
					52011 (MSN 88-15199)
					52012 (MSN 88-15200)
				52022/52049 MSN 88-15235/15302
					52026 (MSN 88-15239) to Spanish AF as C.6-130.  Sold Apr 1982,
						became N29941, then N144L, then N29941
52050/52549		Vultee SNV-2 Valiant
				Formerly USAAF BT-13B 44-31511/32010 transferred to US Navy
				52262 (MSN 79224) to civil user in Jamaica as VP-JAG.  Crashed Jan 24, 1948, killing owner and wreckage sold for scrap.
				52267 noted in 1974 in barn in Arizona.
				52541 (MSN 4895) ex 44-32002.  Undergoing restoration at Chilean
					National Air and Space Museum.
52550/53049		Boeing/Stearman N2S-5
				Stearman Aircraft Model E75
				52550/52626 (MSN 75-8732/8808) ex USAAF 42-109699/109775.
				52596 (MSN 74-8778) registered as N9054H
				52627/53049 cancelled 
52750/52761		Northrop F2T-1N
				12 USAAF P-61B Black Widows acquired by Marines for training.   
				Were 42-39621, 39635, 39649, 39651, 39653, 39655, 39669, 39727, 
				43-8266, 8274, 8307, and 8308.  BuNos were reallocated from
				cancelled N2S-5 batch
				52750 undercarriage retracted prematurely on takeoff from Vero Beach May 1, 1946.
					Not repaired and SOC May 31, 1946.
				52751 SOC Jun 30, 1947
				52752 SOC Aug 32, 1947
				52753 SOC Feb 28, 1947
				52754 SOC Feb 28, 1947
				52755 badly damaged when flew into flock of birds Dec 18, 1945 and not repaired.
					SOC Mar 31, 1946.
				52756 SOC Feb 28, 1947
				52757 SOC Jun 30, 1947
				52758 SOC Jun 30, 1947
				52759 SOC Jun 30, 1947
				52760 SOC Feb 28, 1947
				52761 SOC Aug 3, 1947.
53050/53949		General Motors TBM-3 Avenger
				Built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation.  MSN 3112/4011
				53053 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB392 Oct 10, 1953.  To French Navy in Mar 1958.  SOC 1966.
				53060 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB393 Oct 6, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy in 1958 as 21-37. SOC 1959.
				53065 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB362 May 19, 1953.  To French Navy in 1957. 
				53070 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB355 in 1953.  Sold as scrap Feb 27, 1961
					although not formally SOC until Mar 9, 1961.
				53072 (MSN 3134) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 53072.  Modified as Avenger AS.M.3M.   SOC Jul 5, 1960
					To Canadian civil registry as CF-KCH aerial spray aircraft.  Crashed on takeoff at Boston Brook airstrip Jun 6, 1974.
				53078 (MSN 3140) to Royal Canadian Navy May 29, 1952 as 53078, code 420 and later 386.  To CF-JJC, then  
					to US civil registry as N68683 and later to Canadian
					civil registry as CF-BEF aerial spray aircraft.  W/o at Juniper airstrip May 20, 1975.
				53087 to Netherlands Navy as 1-14.  W/o Sep 8, 1959
				53089 to Netherlands Navy as 1-7.  W/o Feb 18, 1956
				53094 (MSN 3156) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1952 as 53094.  w/o Mar 18, 1957 after
					dropped out of formation.
				53099 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB382 Sep 16, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy in 1958 as 22-29, later
					researialed 071.  SOC Jan 1961.
				53104 (MSN 3166) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 53104, code TF*L.  SOC Dec 1956
				53107 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB308 Mar 18, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy as 22-24 Mar 6, 1958.
						Crashed Oct 24, 1958.
				53109 (MSN 3171) to Royal Canadian Navy as 53109, code 431 and later 341 Aug 1952.  SOC Mar 3, 1959
				53110 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB321.  To French Navy Mar 19, 1958.  SOC Apr 13, 1966.
				53118 crashed in Everglades 30 mi NW of Master Field Mar 16, 1947.  Pilot killed.  Pilot's body removed but wreck
					remained in place.  Wreckage spotted Jan 1989
				53119 (MSN 3181) to Royal Canadian Navy as 53119, code 378 May 1952.  SOC May 1958.  To Simsbury Flying Servives 1960,
					registration unknown   To Leo Volkmer, US civil registry as N33BM, named "Riverfront Trolley" Apr 8, 1970. To
					Wilson Edwards 1974, Bing Spring, TX, renamed "The Wild Turkey".  Used in film "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
					1977.  Registered to Hillary Wilson Nov 7, 2014 
				53122 (VR-24) crashed Capodichino-Naples Dec 11, 1953
				53124 to Netherlands Navy as 1-6, then 022.  WFU in 1960.
				53127 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB322.  To French Navy Mar 19, 1958.  SOC Aug 10, 1965.
				53136 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-109 then 049.  WFU in 1960
				53137 (MSN 3199) to Royal Canadian Navy Navy Oct 1950 as 53137, code 317.  SOC Oct 3, 1958.
				53139 (MSN 3201) to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1950 as 53139, code 361.  SOC Jan 30, 1958.
					To Conair Ltd as CF-IMN (later C-FIMN).  From Conair to Forest 
					Protection Ltd. Sold 1994 to Vintage Wings of Seattle, WA and registered
					N6VC.  To Greatest Generation Naval Museum, San Diego, CA Jan 11, 2013.
`				53142 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB378 Oct 6, 1953, then to Dutch Navy as 22-32, later reserialled 073.
					To Brazil in 1960.
				53159 (MSN 3221) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1952 as 53159, code 417.  SOC Mar 19, 1959
				53161 (MSN 3223) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 53161, code 310.  Crashed Brantford,
					Ontario Nov 5, 1956.  Crew OK
				53164 (MSN 3226) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 53164, code 311. SOC Dec 22, 1951  
				53166 (MSN 3228) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 53166, code 362. SOC Dec 1956.
				53167 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB397 Oct 6, 1953.  To French Navy in 1958. SOC 1966.
				53168 (MSN 3230) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 53168.  Stalled on takeoff and
					crashed Apr 24, 1952.
				53170 to Royal Navy Apr 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB317.  w/o after forced landing in field at
					Balloch, Scotland Jan 25, 1954.  Cause of forced landing was carburetor icing.
				53171/53183 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ721/JZ733
					53171 (JZ721) no record of receipt by Royal Navy
					53172 (JZ722) no record of receipt by Royal Navy, but there
						are records of its return to US navy Oct 1945.
					53173/53183 (JZ723/JZ733) no record of receipt by Royal Navy
				53193 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB323. Crashed at Tilstock airfield near Whitchurch,
					UK Jan 7, 1957.  2 killed, one injured.  Aircraft SOC Jan 9, 1957
				53200 (MSN 3262) to Royal Canadian Navy May 1952 as 53200, code 377.  To sprayer in USA as N9010C, later
					to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEL.  Noted preserved at Museum of Mountain Flying, Missoula, Montana in Jun 2013.
				53202 to Netherlands Navy as 1-19.  W/o Nov 26, 1957
				53205 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB398 Sep 26, 1953.  To French Navy in 1958. SOC 1966.
				53209 (MSN 3271) to US civil registry as N7960C with Major Oil Corp, then to Norfolk Aerial Spraying, NB as CF-AXS (1971), 
					later C-FAXS (1975). Crashed 4 mi E of North Branc Mullin Stream in centeral Northumberland Co Jun 15, 1979.
				53212 to Netherlands Navy as 1-20 then 028.  W/o Feb 25, 1960
				53220 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB361 Mar 31, 1953.  To French government
				53221 to Royal Navy as Avenger ECM.6 XB311 Mar 31, 1953
				53225 (MSN 3287) to Royal Canadian Navy May 1950 as 53225.  Soc Nov 29, 1956
				53227 (MSN 3289) to Royal Canadian Navy as 53227, code 308 Jul 1950.  Ditched at sea
					May 21, 1959.  Crew OK
				53229 to civil registry as N7236C
				53241 (MSN 3303) to Royal Canadian Navy as 53241, code 307 Jul 1950  To civil registry as CF-IMM with Skyway Air Services,
					Langley, BC as tanker.  Crashed at Sussex area May 14, 1973.  Parts salvaged by Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum.
				53247 to Netherlands Navy as 1-4.  W/o May 17, 1954
				53250 to Netherlands Navy as 1-21 then 029.  WFU Oct 12, 1960
				53256 (MSN 3318) became N9592C, then CF-ZYB.  Crashed Jun 1, 1971
				53258 to Netherlands Navy as 1-22 then 030.  WFU in 1960
				53278 (MSN 3340) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 53278.  Ditched Oct 29, 1959 due to loss of power
					on takeoff
				53281 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB296 Mar 18, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				53287 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB363 May 19, 1953.  To French Navy Mar 19, 1958.  SOC 1966.
				53291 to Netherlands Navy as 1-2, then 020.  WFU in 1960.
				53294 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB374 May 19, 1953.  To French Navy Mar 19, 1958.  SOC 1966.
				53298 to US civil registry as N7956C
				53307 (MSN 3369) to US civil registry as N9078Z, then to Forest Protection, Ltd 
					as C-GLEI.  Crashed in river during approach to Dunphy airstrip, New Brunswick May 8, 1975. Pilot uninjured
				53311 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB441 in 1953.  To French Navy in 1957.
				53319 (MSN 3381) converted to TBM-3R in 1953 and assigned to VR-22 at
					NAS Norfolk.  SOC Jun 12, 1956.  To Nevadair, Tonopah, NV
					Jun 27, 1958/1970 as N3966A.  To Charlie Jensen of Tonopah,NV
					1972-77.  Stored cunconverted as RB-319, Sacramento, CA.
					To Aero Union, Chico, CA 1980-87.  May 1987 to Anthony Haig-Thomas
					of North Weald, UK.  Restored by TBM Aircraft,Inc,
					Holmdel, NJ 1988-1991.  To UK Jan 1989 as G-BTDP.  
					Registered May 2006 to C. Trachsel of Lausanne, Switzerland as HB-RDG. 
				53320 to Royal Navy as XB361 in 1953.  To French Navy in 1957.
				53321 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger ECM.6 XB311.  SOC Jul 22, 1963 and scrapped.
				53322 (MSN 3384) to Royal Canadian Navy May 1950 as  53322, code 314.  w/o in accident Sep 28, 1956 at sea. Pilot rescued.
				53333 (VS-892) crashed after takeoff from USS Rendova (CVE-114) Sept 8, 1951.
				53334 (MSN 3396) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 53334, code 349.  To CF-KPJ, then N68663 with Flying Service, Inc
					Later to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEG.  W/o at Dunphy, New Brunswick 7/4/1975.  Pilot uninjured.
				53337 (MSN 3399) to Royal Canadian Navy as 53337, code 390 May 1952.  Later to Conair Ltd as CF-IMI.  From Conair to Forest 
					Protection Ltd. Sold 1994 to Vintage Wings of Seattle, WA.  Was almost immediately sold by 
					Vintage Wings to M. Pietsch of Minot, ND who registered it N337GA.   Registration
					N337GA cancelled Feb 7, 2006 on sale to owner in Australia.  Registered Apr 5, 2006 as
					VH-VTB
				53351 to civil registry as N7411C, then CF-ZTA.  W/o at Sevogle, New Brunswick 7/21/1974, pilot killed.
				53353 became N5264V.  Later with Confederate Air Force.
				53358 (MSN 3420) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 533358, code 341.  Fatal crash on
					runway at Shearwater with Banshee 126306 Aug 27, 1957
				53361 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-101.  W/o Sep 26, 1954
				53367 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB399 Oct 6, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy in 1958 as 22-20, later reserialed 065.
					SOC in 1961.
				53382 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB320.  Ditched May 2, 1957 following loss of engine
					power after takeoff from HMS Warrior.  Crew rescued by helicopter.
				53389 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger ECM.6 XB364.  Scrapped 1963.
				53392 (MSN 3454) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 53392, code 306 then to 
					Canadian civil registry with Skyway as CF-KCK.  Crashed at Castlegar, BC Aug 8, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				53399 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB387.  Sold as scrap Feb 27, 1961
					although not formally SOC until Mar 9, 1961
				53400 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB297.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				53403 with National Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL.  Onl loan
					to Nimitz Park, TX
				53411 to Royal Navy Apr 5, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB313.  To French Navy Sep 7, 1957. 
				53420 (MSN 3482) to Royal Canadian Navy as 53420, code 343 Oct 1950.  Later to Conair, Ltd as 
					C-FKCM.  Damaged in Saskatchewan in 1968 or 1969 with fuel problem.  Repaired.
					From Conair to Forest Protection Ltd. Sold 1994 to Vintage Wings of Seattle, WA.  Now N420GP with Tri-State
					Warbird Museum, Cincinnati, OH
				53437 (MSN 3499) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 53437, code 805.  Crashed Fonthill,
					Ontario Sep 19, 1958.  Pilot killed.
				53438 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB394 Oct 10, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy in 1958 as 21-35.  SOC in 1959.
				53444 became N9319Z
				53453 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB298 Mar 18, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				53454 (MSN 3516) to storage at NAS Litchfield, Park, Arizona Feb 11, 1954.  Officially retired
					Apr 2, 1956.  To Idaho Air Tankers (1963-64) as N7030C, Tanker D13.  To Reeder Flying Service,
					Twin Falls, Idaho (1966-1984) as just tanker number 13.  Obtained by Southeastern Aircraft of Live Oak
					Florida in 1986 and loaned to US Naval Air Museum at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 1987-1992 where it stood
					on static display.  Bought by David Talichet and it sat for six years until Gary Applebaum purchased
					it and began restoration work, which took several year years.  First flight Jul 1999. Obtained by
					Military Aviation Museum Jan 2001.  This aircraft was flying at the 
					Cherry Point MCAS airshow, registered as N7030C with Training Services, Inc of 
					Virginia Beach, VA, on 3 May 2003.  Performed flypast at commissioning of
					CN-77 USS George H. W. Bush Jan 10, 2009.  Now flyable as "10" (still registered as N7030C presented
					as a TBM-3E of an Atlantic antisubmarine patrol squadron with Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA.
				53477 discovered in Salton Sea, CA.
				53479 to US civil registry as N9595C
				53482 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB400 Oct 10, 1953.  Scrapped in 1961.
				53484 (MSN 3546) in 1963 to US civil registry as N7031C for Airway, Inc of Yakim, Washington.  Side #111.
					Crashed after striking trees while spraying at St Martin, New Brunswick, Canada Jun 21, 1970. Pilot killed
				53488 (MSN 3550) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 53488, code 312.  To US civil registry
					as N6586D.  To Canadian civil record as CF-XOO with Maritime Air Services,
					Moncton, N.B.  Crashed and burned at Deer Lake, Newfoundland
					Jul 13, 1969.  Pilot uninjured.
				53489 (MSN 3551) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 53489, code 304.   Soc Jan 1958.  To N6580D with Simsbury
					Flying Service, Simsbury, CT.  Stripped for parts and stored at Simsbury, CT.  Hulk moved to FL 1989 and fuseelage
					used in restoration of N4171A/91521
				53492 became N9083Z.  Crashed at Chester, CA Aug 2, 1973.
				53493 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB360 Mar 31, 1953.  SOC Jul 22, 1963
					and sold as scrap.
				53496 (MSN 3558) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 53496, code 339.  Then to
					CF-MSX with Skyways.  Crashed Harrison Lake, BC Jul 7, 1961.  Pilot killed.
				53500 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB395 Oct 6, 1953.  Damaged Sep 19, 1957 in 
					heavy landing at night and SOC Jan 23, 1958 having been reduced to
					spares at RNAY Belfast the previous day.
				53503 (MSN 3565) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 53503, code 315.  SOC Jan 1, 1958.
					To civil registry as N6583D with Simsbury Flying Service, Simsbury, CT.  Then acquired by Confederate Air
					Force and registered as N53503.  Damaged on taxi at Glendale, Arizona when left gear collapsed Mar 17, 2014.
				53507 (MSN 3569) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 53507, code 368.  To CF-IML with
					Skyways.  Crashed in British Columbia 1961
				53509/53521 to Royal Navy as Avenger III JZ734/JZ746.
					There is no record of receipt of any of these by Royal Navy
				53522 to civil registry as N7410C, damaged Apr 18, 1967 on fire
					bombing diving run, load ejection test when a pilot chute
					deployed prematurely and jerked dummy load into aircraft.
					Oct 1980 to N88HP, then to N188TD with Claire Aviation (Tom Duffy), 
					Philadelphia, PA.  W/o Mar 7, 2009 when aircraft caught fire
					in flight after takeoff for a maintenance test flight.  The
					plane was consumed by fire after a successful emergency
					landing at Millville, NJ.
				53545 (MSN 3607) to Royal Canadian Navy May 1950 as 53545.  Modified as Avenger AS.Mk.3M.  SOC Feb 2, 1958
				53548 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB401 Oct 6, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy in 1958 as 21-37.  SOC in 1959.
				53549 (MSN 3611) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 53549.  Ditched during approach
					to carrier HMCS Magnificent Nov 14, 1952.  Crew rescued.
				53550 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB396 Oct 10, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy in 1958 as 22-23.  SOC in 1959.
				53554 (MSN 3616) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 53554.  Modified as Avenger AS.Mk.3M.  To CF-KCF of Skyways
					then Conair.  Crashed Winfield, B.C. Aug 8, 1971.  Badly damaged after throttle linkage broke after takeoff.
					Returned to Abbotsfort but w/o.
				53557 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB377 Oct 6, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy in 1958 as 22-27.  SOC in 1959.
				53558 (MSN 3620) to Royal Canadian Navy May 1950 as 53558.  To Canadian civil registry as CF-IMQ.  Crashed on takeoff
					at Juniper, New Brunswick Jun 1, 1958.  Pilot uninjured.
				53559 (MSN 3621) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 53559, code 387.  Last official flight of an RCN Avenger Jun 13, 1960.
					To Canadian civil registry as CF-KCJ with Skyways.  Crashed Sumas, WA May 7, 1969.
				53568 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB324.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				53575 to spray plane, later N6447C.  In 2015 was on display at Jack Erickson/Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, OR
				53582 to Netherlands Navy as 1-25 then 033.  WFU in 1960
				53585 to Royal Navy Mar 31, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB358.  Scrapped in 1961.
				53590 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB365.  To French Navy in 1957.
				53592 to N5168V, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GFPQ.  W/o at Boston Brook, New Brunswick 6/8/1982, pilot killed.
				53593 became N6822C, then N5567A, then N6822C.  Now with 
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				53595 to Royal Navy Oct 6, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB402.  To French Navy in 1958.  SOC in 1960.
				53603 to Royal Navy in 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB442.  To French Navy in 1958.  SOC in 1966.
				53604 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB385 Oct 10, 1953, then 
					to Dutch Navy as 22-28 then 069.  To Brazilian Navy
				53607 to US civil registry as N8398H, then to Canadian civil registry as CF-ZYC with Hicks and Lawrence.
					Crashed Juniper May 20, 1975.  Recovered in the 1990s
					and rebuilt with peices from several aircraft by Atlantic
					Canada Aviation Museum and is on display at the museum
					in Halifax, Nova Scotia in a fictitious FPL scheme
					as C-GFPL Tanker 24.
				53609 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB325.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957
				53610 (MSN 3672) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 22, 1950 as 53610, code 303.  SOC Jan 30, 1958
					To Forest Protection, Ltd as CF-IMR, later C-FIMR.  Aircrasft signed by Presideng George H. Bush on visit to Moncton,
					New Brunswick Sep 7, 2002.  Flown to CFB Shearwater Aviation Museum Jul 26, 2012.  Repainted back into RCN color scheme, 
					code 303
				53626 (MSN 3688) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 27, 1950 as 53626, code 328.  SOC Dec 8, 1958
					and became N6894C with Sonora Aviation Inc.  Stalled and crashed on takeoff at Elko MAP, Nevada Sep 6, 1966.
					Pilot survived.
				53632 (MSN 3694) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 53632, code 309.  Modified as Avenger AS.Mk.3M.  To Canadian
					civil registry as CF-MXN with Skyways then Conair.
					Crashed into river after power loss on takeoff at Kamloops, British Columbia
					Jan 31, 1971, but recovered and repaired.  Crashed while
					firebombing at Moyie Lake, British Columbia Aug 18, 1973.  Hit trees and elevator was damaged, aircraft
					climbed and pilot bailed out.
				53634 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB366.  To French Navy in 1957.
				53636 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB367.  Scrapped in 1961.
				53638 (MSN 3700) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 53638.  Later to Conair Lt as C-FKCL.  W/o at Blissville 
					5/29/1972 while owned by Forest Protection, Ltd.  Reportedly crashed at Oromcoto
					Lake, NB May 29, 1978.  Registered N109K Mar 11, 2003, which seems 
					to indicate rebuilt (or going to be rebuilt) after its accident.  Now at
					Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, PA.  Now with Mid Atlantic Air
					Museum in color scheme of donor Jack Kosco's aircraft which he
					flew as radio operator with VT-27 during WW 2.
				53640 to Netherlands Navy as 1-23 then 031.  WFU in 1960
				53642 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as Avenger ECM.6 XB376.  Scrapped in 1963.
				53646 to Netherlands Navy as 1-26 then 034.  WFU in 1960
				53647 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB299 Mar 18, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				53649 converted to TBM-3R and utilized by VR-22
				53651 to Netherlands Navy as 1-11.  WFU in 1959.
				53655 to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB326.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957
				53656 (MSN 3718) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 53656, code TF*P.  Crashed at sea
					at Sambro off Halifax Nov 14, 1952
				53664 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB300 Mar 18, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.  Soc Apr 13, 1966.
				53665 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB301 Mar 18, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				53667 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB302 Mar 3, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				53670 (MSN 3732) to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1952 as 53670, code 306.  To Canadian
					civil registry as CF-MSY with Skyways.  Crashed Smithers Airport, Seymour Lake,
					BC Jul 31, 1963.
				53671 to Netherlands Navy as 1-27 then 035.  WFU in 1960
				53672 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB368 May 19, 1953.  To French Navy in 1958.  SOC in 1966.
				53676 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB386 in 1953.  Damaged in heavy landing
					on HMS Warrior Mar 3, 1957 when failed to flare out and declared
					Category HY (heavy damage not reparable by ship or station
					resources.  Disposed of by being 'shot into sea' from carrier Jul 27, 1957.
				53678 to Royal Navy as AS.5 XB443 in 1953.  To French Navy in 1958.  SOC in 1966.
				53682 (MSN 3744) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 53682, code AB*Y later 337.  SOC Feb 2, 1958
				53687 (MSN 3749) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 53687, code 313.  SOC Dec 28, 1956
				53692 became N3968A
				53694 (MSN 3756) to Royal Canadian Navy May 1952 as 53694.  In landing accident On
					HMCS Magnificent late 1954 and not repaired.
				53696 (MSN 3758) to Royal Canadian Navy as 53696.  Modified as Avenger AS.Mk.3M.  Landing rollover Feb 21, 1959
					and not repaired.
				53697 (MSN 3759) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 53697, code 908.  Modified as Avenger AS.Mk.3M.
					SOC Jul 5, 1960.  To US civil registry as N9711Z.  To Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEH as spray aircraft.  
					W/o at Boston Brook, New Brunswick 6/6/1987, pilot killed.
				53708 to civil registry as N4172A
				53722 to Netherlands Navy as 1-13 then 024.  WFU in 1960
				53723 (MSN 3785) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 53723, code AB*A.  SOC Apr 16, 1958  
				53726 (MSN 3788) on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.  Was at
					one time NL7076C. Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro
					MCAS, CA
				53727 became N9082Z.  Crashed at Bear Mountain, CA Jul 28, 1970.
				53730 (VS-32) stalled on takeoff from NAS Quonset June 5, 1953.
				53732 (MSN 3794) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 53732, code 316.  To Canadian
					civil registry as CF-KCN with Skyways then Conair.
					Crashed at Angus Home Lake, British Columbia Aug 27, 1972.
				53740 became N9598C
				53748 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB371 in 1953.  To French Navy in 1958.  SOC in 1966.
				53756 to Netherlands Navy as 1-15 then 025.  WFU in 1960.
				53759 (MSN 3821) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 53759, code 391.  To Canadian
					civil registry as CF-IMS wiht Wheeler Airlnes.  Crashed in Quebec Jun 21, 1960.
				53760 (MSN 3822) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 53760, code 392.  To US civil
					registry as N6581D.  Crashed in Connecticut Aug 4, 1986.  Pilot killed.
				53768 to US civil registry as N103Z with USDA Forest Service then N10361.
					To Norfolk as C-GLDX.  By 1991 was NL683G
				53775 (MSN 3837) Became N7028C, then N4173A (N4173A was registered with MSN 5708, cancelled Dec 15, 1971 on export to
					Canada), then to Canadian civil registry as CF-ZTR.  W/o at Sevogle 6/16/1972.
				53782 (MSN 3844) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1952 as 53782.  SOC Mar 19, 1959
				53784 to US civil registry as N9590C, then to Canadian 
					civil registry as CF-AGL.  W/o at Lac des Loup 6/9/1972, pilot killed.
				53785 with Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota.  Formerly aerial tanker N7075C.
					Was in movie "Smokey And The Bear II".  Now with Pond
					Warbirds of Palm Springs, CA as N7075C
				53787 to US civil registry as N3969A, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GFPT.
					Registered N3969A again Sep 24, 2008, then became C-GFPT again
					Oct 2008.  N3969A cancelled by FAA Oct 30, 2008 as sold abroad, registration
					C-GFPT reserved Nov 3, 2008 for Forest Protection Ltd of Fredricton, NB.
					Registered N3969A yet again, this time with Environmental Aviation Services, Fernandina Beach, FL Dec 4, 2008.
					To Rick Clemens, Carson City, NV May 2014
				53790 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB380 Sep 18, 1953.  Scrapped in 1961.
				53793 (MSN 3855) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 53793.  SOC Jan 17, 1958
				53796 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB383 Sep 10, 1953.  Scrapped in 1961.
				53797 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB444 in 1953.  Later 
					converted to ECM.6.  Scrapped in 1963.
				53801 (MSN 3863) registered N9594C Feb 20, 1957, cancelled Sep 20, 1957
				53802 (MSN 3864) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 53802.  Modified as Avenger AS.Mk.3M.  Crashed Aug 13, 1957 when
					flew into ground on instrument approach.  Pilot survived
				53804 (MSN 3866) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 53804, code 304/906.  Became N9710Z.
					Now on display on USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX
				53815 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB312.  To French Navy Mar 19, 1958, SOC Nov 18, 1963.
					Noted stored at Cuers, France Apr 1, 1964.
				53818 (MSN 3880) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 16 1952 as 53818, code 386.  SOC Jan 10, 1958.
					Became N9187Z.  Now flying as N93818.
				53825 became N5169V
				53828 (MSN 3890) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 16, 1952 as 53828, code 388.  SOC Jan 17, 1958
					and became N9014C sprayer.  Later N28FB
				53829 to N9591C and then to CF-AYG of Norfolk and Hicks and Lawrence.
					Now warbird N293E. In 2008 on display at Fargo Air Museum,
					Fargo, ND
				53830 (MAG-33) struck cable and crashed near K-3 Oct 17, 1951.  4 bailed out, one killed.
				53835 converted to TBM-3U.  Was spray plane and now N3967A
				53841 on display at USS Intrepid, NYC.
				53842 to N7025C, N603,then N60393.  Now on display on USS Yorktown, Patriots Point, Charlestown, SC.
				53845 (MSN 3907) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 53845, code 303.  Ditched Sep 17, 1955.
					Pilot OK
				53854 to Netherlands Navy as 1-8.  WFU in 1959.
				53857 (MSN 3919) to civil registry as N7017C, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GFPM. 
					Registered Sep 21, 2005 to user in Australis as VH-MML 
				53858 (MSN 3920) became N3357G, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GFPR.   Registered as F-2QON but remained at
					FPL Fredricton, NB, offered for sale by French owner to Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton, Ontario
					Oct 21, 2009.  Registered as C-GCWG. 
				53866 to Netherlands Navy as 1-9.  W/o Jan 27, 1959
				53885 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB357 Mar 31, 1953.  Scrapped in 1961.
				53886 became N5170V
				53906 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB303.  Ditched off Lee-on-Solent, UK
					following engine failure Aug 22, 1955.  Two crew members unhurt, third injured.
					Subsequently raised and to Accident Investigation Unit.
					Transferred to RNAY Fleetlands Mar 8, 1957.  No suggestion
					that repairs were made and SOC Apr 15, 1958. 
				53908 (MSN 3970) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 53908, code 389.  Ditched Sep 25, 1957
					at Chezzetcook range.  Crew survived.
				53914 Became N7029C.  at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.  Was Hicks & Lawrence
					spray aircraft in Canada.  Crashed in Maine in May 1972.
					in 1991 the Connecticut Army Guard lifted it out.
				53915 became N7027C
				53920 to Netherlands Nacy as 1-28 then 036.  WFU in 1960.
				53924 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB369 May 19, 1953.  To Netherlands Navy in 1958 as 22-33, later reserialed 074.
					SOC in 1961.
53950/54049		Beech JRB-4 
				contract cancelled
54050/54599		Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless
				MSN 5564/6113 (El Segundo MSNs)
				54051 (VMSB-151) wheels up landing 4/6/1945.  Crew OK
				54090 force-landed in swamp near NAS Deland, FL 11/21/1944.  Crew OK.
				54092 spun in after wave-off landing NAAS Cecil Field, FL 9/12/1944.  Two crew killed.
				54094 in late pullout during bomb practice near Middlebury, FL 9/28/1944.  Pilot killed.
				54099 crashed during touch and go NAS Cecil Field, FL 7/26/1944.  Pilot killed.
				54107 (VN19D8) stalled on landing NAAS Chase Field, TX 4/14/1945.  Pilot killed.
				54115 collided with an obstacle on non-combat mission Eniwetok 7/26/1944
				54120 (VMSB-331) ground looped on landing at Majuro Atoll in Marshalls 9/18/1944.  Pilot OK
					Ground looped on takeoff NAS Majuro 12/15/1944.  Pilot OK
				54146 (VMF-422) crashed 1/13/1945.
				54180 (CASU-16) spun in on takeoff from Otis Field, Camp Edwards, MA 9/10/1944.  One crew killed,
					One injured.
				54181 (VMFB-333) missing on flight from MCAS Ewa, Oahu, HI 12/15/1944.  Pilot missing.
				54191/54196 to Royal Navy as Dauntless I JT923/JT928
					54191 (JT923) suffered engine fire after takeoff from RNAS
						Eastleigh Jun 20, 1946.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					54192 (JT924) transferred to RAF
					54193 (JT925) transferred to RAF
					54194 (JT926) transferred to RAF
					54195 (JT927) transferred to RAF Apr 13, 1945.  Stored and
						returned to Royal Navy Apr 20, 1945.  No trace of
						ultimate fate.
					54196 (JT928) RAF records say transferred to them Apr 1, 1945,
						stored and SOC Oct 15, 1945. Other sources say it
						was used by Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough
						from Dec 9, 1944 until at least May 29, 1945 and was back
						to Royal Navy at RNAS Gosport by Mar 29, 1946.
				54201 (MSN 5715) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5064; brought on charge Apr 17, 1944. Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				54212 (MSN 5726) loaned from new to RNZAF as NZ5065; brought on charge Apr 17, 1944. Returned to US Marine Corps at Russell May 20, 1944.
				54222 (VMSB-241) ditched due to engine problem 8/1/1944.  Crew OK.
				54229 crashed on non-combat mission near Guadalcanal 10/26/1944.
				54253 (VMSB-933) flew into water during skip bombing at Bridgeport Lake, TX 9/13/1944.
					Both crew killed.
				54258 lost 25 mi off shore between Ft. Miles and
					Atlantic City, NJ 8/5/1944.  Crew missing.
				54266 ditched after takeoff from NAS Cape May, NJ
					8/10/1944.  Crew injured.
				54267 stalled on takeoff from NAS San Diego, CA
					8/25/1944 and crashed.  2 crew killed.
				54310 (VJ-9) NAB Samar, PI, .07.15.45 ; Not in flt, 
					collision with an aircraft.
				54311 (VMSB-243) hit log during landing 3/28/1945.
					Crew OK.
				54332 (VMSB-151) ground looped during fast taxi
					Engibi Island 5/25/1945.  Crew OK.
				54351 crashed on training flight near Hato Field
					Curasco, BWI 9/20/1944.  Both crew killed.
				54353 (VMSB-244) crashed 1/30/1945, South West Pacific
				54359 (VMSB-243) force landed after takeoff on
					combat mission Pacific 3/28/1945.
				54377 in mid-air with 36162 during bomb practice
					off NAS Deland, FL.  Crew killed.
				54401 crashed into Lake Dorr, Florida during bomb run
					pullout.  2 crew killed.
				54408 (VN19D8) wheels up landing at NAAS Chase Field,
					TX 6/13/1945 on solo flight.  Pilot OK.
				54409 (VS-61) in wheels-up landing Mokerang Air Strip
					10/11/1944.  Crew OK
				54410 stalled on landing at NAS Deland, FL. 8/21/1944.
					Pilot OK.
				54414 (VMSB-244) in mechanical failure 3/5/1945 
					Lingayen Gulf, Philippines.  Pilot bailed out
					but was killed.
				54422 landing gear collapsed during landing Momote
					Airfield, Los Negros Island, South Pacific
					11/26/1944.  Crew OK.
				54440 (VMSB-244) hit foxhole in landing on dirt
					strip 5/1/1945, Philippines.  SOC.
				54442 (CASU-41) ditched off Koli Pt after takeoff
					12/26/1944.  Crew OK
				54453 in collision with 54518 near Saufley Field, FL
					4/15/1945.  Pilot killed.
				54472 spun in while circling waiting to land NAAS
					Saufley Field, FL 12/10/1944.  Crew killed.
				54503 (VS-57) mechanical failure 2/28/1945 South
					Pacific
				54518 (VM9D8) in collision with 54453 Saufley Field, 
					FL 4/15/1945.  Pilot OK
				54532 with American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX as N82GA
				54535 (VMSB-151) force landed after takeoff Engebi
					Island, Eniwetok 1/29/1945.  Crew OK.
				54541 (VMSB-151) ditched during patrol off Engebi
					Island, Eniwetok Atoll 2/27/1945.  Crew OK
				54545 in hard landing at Chevalier Field, FL 6/25/1945.
					Crew injured.
				54560 stalled while landing at NAAS Cuddihy Field, TX 12/9/1944.  Pilot injured.
				54598 (VMB-2 French Navy) flew into water on takeoff for navigation training.  Both crew killed.
54600/55049		Douglas SBD-6 Dauntless
				MSN 6114/6563 (El Segundo MSNs)
				54600 (VFB-2, 4th Bombardment Flotilla, French Navy) spun in after takeoff from Agadir, French 
					Morocco 7/21/1944.  2 killed.
				54603 hit building during taxi accident NAS San Diego, CA 8/16/1944.
				54605 on display at NASM in Washington, DC.
				54606 lost on routine flight 11/01/1944.  Crew MIA
				54607 (VMSB-245) crashed on combat mission from Majuro, South Pacific 12/10/1944.
				54630 spun in during aerobatics near Newport, Arkansas 9/02/1944.  2 crew killed.
				54633 (CASU-5) flew into dam during low-altitude flight in bad weather near Fullerton, CA
					7/5/1944.  Pilot killed
				54654 (VS-69) force-landed on takeoff from Pearl Harbor, HI on anti-sub patrol 10/22/1944.
					Pilot suffered minor injuries.  A plane marked as 54654 is on display at Midway Museum.
				54661 (VMSB-342) flew into high-tension wire across
					ravine at Guion, Ark 9/20/1944.  Pilot killed.
				54682 became N93RW.  Noted at Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX Jun 2007
				54684 (VMSB-241) crashed into Marajalen Bay, 
					Philippines 5/16/1945.  2 crew killed.
				54693 (VS-69) overshot landing at NAS Pearl Harbor
					2/10/1945.  2 crew OK.
				54712 (MAG-32) crashed due to mechanical failure
					on combat mission 5/30/1945.
				54715 (VMSB-341) force landed on Roi Island 8/23/1944
					on non-combat mission.  Pilot OK.
				54716 (VS-69) force landed during anti-sub patrol
					Waialae Gold Course, Oahu 6/21/1945.  Crew injured.
				54723 (VMSB-245) ditched on takeoff from Majuro
					Atoll, Solomons due to engine failure.
					Crew suffered minor injuries.
				54741 crashed in coastal San Joaquin Hills, CA Jun 22, 1944.
				54756 (VMSB-142) overshot runway on takoff from
					Emirau, South Pacific 10/05/1944.  Pilot OK.
				54745 (VMSB-341) wheels up landing Philippines
					3/6/1945.  Pilot OK.
				54759 (VMSB-341) force-landed after takeoff from
					bomber strip BRED 11/09/1944 and exploded
					11/09/1944.  Both crew killed.
				54760 (VMSB-142) crashed on combat mission due to
					bad weather 6/17/1945.
				59763 registered at N7237C with Ronald R. Sathyre at Union City, CA.
				54771 (VMSB-341) ground looped on landing 3/27/1945
					Philippines.  Crew OK.
				54772 (VMSB-236) ground looped on landing and flipped
					over, Philippines 3/16/1945.
				54778 (VMSB-133) hit mountain while landing Philippines
					5/2/1945.  2 crew killed.
				54785 (VMSB-133) low-altitude spin at sea off Bougainville
					11/01/1944.  Crew both killed.
				54793 (VMSB-235) stalled during landing at Ocean Field
					Green Island, South Pacific and force-landed in
					jungle Aug 28, 1944.  2 crew killed.
				54797 (VMSB-133) crashed on combat mission due to
					unknown cause 5/30/1945.
				54798 (VMSB-341) wheels up landing after combat
					mission 6/21/1945.  Pilot OK.
				54802 (VMSB-236) PI; 07.10.45; Combat mission; Crash mech failure
				54803 (VMSB-142) crashed due to mechanical failure
					3/24/1945, Philippines
				54806 (VMSB-133) hit A-20 during takeoff 3/8/1945
					Philippines.  Crew OK.
				54810 (VMSB-236) in midair collision with 54914
					near enemy position 5/25/1945.  Crew killed.
				54819 (VMSB-142) spun-in on takeoff in rain squall
					Emiau, South Pacific.  Both crew killed.
				54822 (VMSB-236) force landed near Pasig Airfield,
					Philippines 3/1/1945.  Crew OK.
				54832 (MAG-32); PI; 07/11/45 ;Crashed 100yds.off shore & sank, 2 killed
				54834 (VMSB-142) crashed on non-combat mission
					Emirau, South Pacific 10/09/1944.
				54837 (VMSB-142) PI; 07/10/45; Combat mission: Crash mech failure
				54843 engine failure near Danville, VA 4/19/1945.  Crew bailed out.
				54844 crashed in non-combat mission off USS Shipley Bay (CVE-85) 9/28/1944 near
					Guadalcanal.
				54886 (VMSB-341) crashed Philippines 5/9/1945.
				54899 (VMSB-236) crashed in landing accident at Mangaldon 
					Aerodrome, PI Feb 11, 1945.  Crew killed.
				54914 (VMSB-236) in midair collision with 54810
					near enemy position 5/25/1945.  Crew killed.
				54922 (MAG-24) crashed Mindoro, Philippines 5/29/1945.
					Crew killed.
				54931 crashed in Pacific during combat mission 5/30/1945.
				54932 (VMSB-236) crashed at sea off Big Santa Cruz
					Island 5/25/1945.  Crew killed.
				54942 (VS-61) lost on flight from Mokerang, Los
					Negros Island 1/24/1945.  2 crew missing.
				54954 (AROU-2) collision with obstacle on non-
					combat mission 6/3/1945.
				54959 (VMSB-243) crashed on non-combat mission in
					Pacific 7/2/1945.
				54962 (VMSB-243) Zamboanga,PI; .07/11/45;Combat mission, Crashed
					in bad weather
				54967 (VS-69) overshot runway on takeoff from NAS
					Barbers Pt, HI.  Crew OK.  SOC
				54989 (VMSB-133) crashed into trees Philippines 
					5/2/1945.
				54990 (VMSB-241) overshot runway on takeoff Mindoro,
					Philippines 6/6/1945.  Crew OK.
				55006 collided with obstacle Philippines 5/20/1945.
				55017 (CASU(F)13) gear collapsed on takeoff causing
					fire 6/7/1945.  Pilot injured.
				55023 (VMSB-341) 08.07/45; Pi: Non combat mission; Crash mech failure
				55031 (VS-69) taxiing accident at NAS Barbers Point, HI
					4/24/1945.  Crew OK.  SOC
				55033 overshot runway on takeoff 6/17/1945 NAB Samar.
					Crew injured.
				55035 (BMXB0245) blew tire on takeoff and swerved off
					runway  Majuro Atoll 12/10/1944.  Crew OK.
55050/55649		General Motors FM-2 Wildcat
				Grumman F4F-8 built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation.
				55052 ditched in Lake Michigan during WW2 and salvaged early 1990s.  Now at National 
					Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				55074 (VC-7) w/o 15-Dec-44.  Flew into ground on take-
					off, wreckage found next day.  325T, 2.5mi.from 
					NAAS Vernalis,Ca.  1 killed
				55096 (VC-70) w/o 2-Jan-45 42mins.after take-off from 
					NAAS Holtville, CA.  Engine quit, pilot bailed out.
				55192 (VC-7) w/o 15-Dec-44.  Flew into hill in level 
					flight near NAAS Vernalis, CA.
				55201 (VC-15) w/o 10-Nov-44 Charger.  Flew into water 
					during landing, pilot killed
				55271 (VRF-3(ferry)) w/o 15-Dec-44 near San Diego, CA 
					due to engine failure, pilot bailed out.
				55279 (VF-OTU#6) w/o 17-Nov-44.  Flew into ground after 
					take-off from NAS Sanford, FL.
				55305/55324 to Royal Navy as Wildcat VI JV737/JV756
					55308 (JV740) while readying for takeoff from HMS Queen
						Feb 15, 1945, tieback ring broke while being boosted
						so aircraft ran off deck into sea.  Pilot rescued.
					55319 (JV751) while readying for takeoff from HMS Trumpeter
						Dec 2, 1944, retaining ring of booster broke and 
						aircraft went over port side into sea.  Pilot rescued.
				55332 (VC-21) w/o 13-Jan-45 Marcus Island.  Overside 
					landing 14-17N 119-04E
				55349 (VC-99) w/o 21-Dec-44 Bataan.  Rolled off deck &
					hit water inverted off Hawaii.
				55404 w/o 19-Dec-44 USS Wolverine in landing accident, 
					went over bow.  Recovered in 1993 and to US Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida.  To UK
					as G-WCMO Sep 23, 2013 and under restoration.
				55410 (VC-75) w/o 26-Nov-44 SW of Ponam air strip.  Take-off, ditched
				55585 to civil registry as N681S with American Airpower Heritage
					Flying Museum, Midland, TX and operated by CAF.  W/o
					Oct 18, 2003 when it stalled and crashed while trying
					to land at Ellington Field, TX.  Registration N585FM reserved
					Dec 22, 2008 so presumably under rebuild.  Registration N585FM taken up Jan 13, 2009.
					To UK as G-WCME Sep 27, 2013
				55627 with Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota.  Bore civil registration N47201
55650/55771		Boeing-Stearman N2S-4
				Stearman Aircraft Model A75N1
				MSN 75-4887/5008.  Originally ordered for USAAF as 42-16724/16845 and cancelled and diverted to US Navy
				55657 (MSN 75-4894) to N52558.  Restored and flying in yellow USN colors, marked as "423"
				55702 (MSN 75-4939) to US civil registry as N55717.  Cancelled on export to Philippine Jun 25, 1976.
					To Philippine civil registry as RP-R130
				55707 (MSN 75-4944) based at Melipilla, Chile as CC-PJJ
				55715 (MSN 75-4952) to civil registry as N262V.  To Norwegian civil registry as LN-FTX in 2012.
				55749 (MSN 75-4986) to civil registry as N10053
				55754 (MSN 75-4991) became N67472, then N778RL, then OO-LEF, then N62AG.  Sold
					to owner in Spain Feb 2006.  Registered EC-KFJ Jun 2007.
				55756 (MSN 75-4993) to civil registry as N9955H,.  Now at Palm Springs Air Museum.
				55758 (MSN 75-4995) to civil registry as N828JW.
				55771 (MSN 75-5008) became N68427.  Noted Sep 2003 stored at Tibenham, England
55772/55783		Cessna JRC-1
				Cessna T-50 acquired by Navy
55784/56483		Vought F4U-1A Corsair
				55828 (VMF-214) overturned in emergency landing Sep 23, 1943.
				55839/55863 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT306/JT330.'
					55841 (JT308) shot down by flak over Nicobar Islands
						Oct 17, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					55842 (JT309) shot down by flak while attacking gun
						positions on banks of Kaafjord near battleship Tirpitz
						Aug 24, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					55843 (JT310) hit by flak during strike on battleship Tirpitz
						Aug 24, 1944 and returned to HMS Formidable with engine
						on fire and one flap shot away.  Waved off on first landing
						attempt but plunged into sea when attempting to go around.
						Pilot rescued.
					55845 (JT312) badly damaged in heavy landing on HMS Illustrious
						Jun 21, 1944.  Transferred to aircraft maintenance ship
						HMS Unicorn Jul 6, 1944, regarded as wreck and subsequently
						stripped for spares.
					55851 (JT318) while landing on carrier May 3, 1944, crashed through
						barrier into director.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					55853 (JT320) hit barrier and overturned while landing on
						USS Charger Jan 28, 1944.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					55855 (JT322) crashed into sea during raid on Pedang Aug 24,1 944,
						probably hit by flak.  Pilot killed.
					55856 (JT323) ran out of fuel whil returning to HMS Victorious
						Jun 20, 1944 and ditched near ship.  Pilot rescued.
					55861 (JT328) suffered engine fire on takeoff from HMS
						Victorius Sep 12, 1944 and crashed into sea.
						Pilot rescued.
				55876 (VMF-214) damaged by enemy action Sep 26, 1943 and crashlanded
				55889 (VMF-214) lost to enemy action Oct 17, 1943.
				55944/55968 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT331/JT355
					55947 (JT334) went into barrier while landing on HMS
						Illustrious Oct 18, 1944.  Subsequently offloaded
						at Trincomale and w/o
					55952 (JT339) fuselage strained in heavy landing on HMS
						Victorius Dec 19, 1944 and DBR.
					55953 (JT340) ditched on takeoff from HMS Victorious Aug 24, 1944.
						Pilot rescued by HMS Rocket
					55956 (JT343) crashed near Port Blair Jun 21, 1944 after
						pilot bailed out when undercarriage failed to lower fully.
					55957 (JT344) swung into soft ground at Coimbatore and tipped
						on nose Apr 6, 1944 and DBR
					55959 (JT346) hit by flak and ditched off Maarnesskagen,
						Norway Apr 26, 1944.  Pilot rescued and became POW.
					55960 (JT347) while landing at China Bay Apr 14, 1944, struck
						Corsair JT205 (BuNo 17707), caught fire and burned out.
						Pilot killed.
					55962 (JT349) SOC at Trincomalee sometime afer Jan 6, 1945.
				56016 (VMF-214) lost Sep 27, 1943 to enemy action.  Pilot MIA
				56049/56073 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT356/JT380
					56050 (JT357) suffered engine fire and crashed into wall and
						burned out during attempted forced landed at Ballycram,
						Northern Island Sep 8, 1945.  Pilot killed.
					56051 (JT358) turned too sharply after takeoff from Koggala
						Nov 7, 1944, stalled, spun into sea close offshore and
						exploded in flames.  Pilot killed.
					56054 (JT361) SOC by Dec 11, 1945.
					56055 (JT362) missed wires and ran into barrier on HMS
						Victorious May 16, 1945.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft
						DBR.
					56057 (JT364) missed wires and ran into barrier when landing
						on HMS Illustrious Jan 13, 1945.  Pilot unhurt but
						aircraft DBR and offloaded at Trincomalee where
						presumably scrapped.
					56061 (JT368) last seen in combat with Japanese fighter over
						Palembang Jan 24, 1945.  Pilot missing, presumed KIA.
					56062 (JT369) drifted over side of HMS Victorious May 18, 1944.
						Pilot rescued.
					56063 (JT370) suffered engine fire while in circuit of HMS
						Victorious Jun 10, 1944 and ditched.  Pilot rescued
						by HMS Nubian
					56065 (JT372) while landing on HMS Illustrious Oct 28, 1944
						bounced on lift, missed wires and went into barrier.
						Offloaded at Trincomalee next month and w/o.
					56066 (JT373) spun into sea off New Island Light while attacking
						Spitfire during exercise Mar 10, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					56072 (JT379) overturned on landing at Royal Navy Aircraft
						Repair Yard at Coimbatore Feb 25, 1945.  Pilot unhurt
						but aircraft DBR.
				56164/56188 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT381/JT405
					56169 (JT386) entered high speed stall during aerobatics
						and spun into sea Jun 21, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					56170 (JT387) crashed into barrier on HMS Illustrious
						Dec 8, 1944.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					56172 (JT389) hit by flak during attack on convoy N of 
						Stadtlandet Jun 19, 1944 and crashed off Aalesund.
						Pilot POW.
					56175 (JT392) suffered engine fire and forcelanded on rough
						ground near Royal Navy Aviation Repair Yard Coimbatore
						May 13, 1944.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					56177 (JT394) broke in half while landing on pitching deck
						of HMS Victorious Jan 1, 1945.  Pilot unhurt but
						aircraft DBR
					56178 (JT395) SOC by Dec 10, 1945.
					56181 (JT398) failed to gain flying speed on takeoff from
						HMS Victorious Jan 6, 1945 and ditched
					56182 (JT399) shot down by flak over Nicobar Islands
						Oct 17, 1944.  Pilot KIA.
					56185 (JT402) bounced heavily and severely damaged while
						landing on HMS Victorious Apr 14, 1944.  Pilot unhurt
						but aircraft DBR
					56186 (JT403) ditched south of Car Nicobar Oct 19, 1944
						following engine fire. Pilot rescued.
					56187 (JT404) crashed at Sorvaag during anti-submarine patrol
						off Norway with FAA Barracuda Jul 17, 1944.  Pilot POW.
				56198 in 1990 was with Planes of Fame, Chino, CA as N83782
				56279/56297 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT406/JT424
					56280 (JT407) w/o at Trincomalee by Nov 1945
					56291 (JT418) failed to return from fighter-bomber sortie
						to Sakishima May 9, 1945.  Pilot POW.
					56292 (JT419) bounced over wires and overturned while landing
						on HMS Striker Feb 21, 1945.  Pilot unhurt but aircraft
						DBR.
				56374 (VMF-224) shot down by AAA over Jaluit Atoll, Marshall
					Islands Nov 13, 1944.  Pilot ditched the plane and was
					picked up by a PBY.
				56424 (MSN 4847) to New Zealand as NZ5221
				56425 (MSN 4848) to New Zealand as NZ5228
				56426 (MSN 4849) to New Zealand as NZ5208
				56427 (MSN 4850) to New Zealand as NZ5268
				56428 (MSN 4851) to New Zealand as NZ5229
				56429 (MSN 4852) to New Zealand as NZ5245
				56430 (MSN 4853) to New Zealand as NZ5223
				56431 (MSN 4854) to New Zealand as NZ5269
				56432 (MSN 4855) to New Zealand as NZ5205
				56433 (MSN 4856) to New Zealand as NZ5238
				56434 (MSN 4857) to New Zealand as NZ5201
				56435 (MSN 4858) to New Zealand as NZ5211
				56436 (MSN 4859) to New Zealand as NZ5215
				56437 (MSN 4860) to New Zealand as NZ5204
				56438 (MSN 4861) to New Zealand as NZ5255
				56439 (MSN 4862) to New Zealand as NZ5296
				56440 (MSN 4863) to New Zealand as NZ5251
				56441 (MSN 4864) to New Zealand as NZ5219
				56442 (MSN 4865) to New Zealand as NZ5224
				56443 (MSN 4866) to New Zealand as NZ5243
				56444 (MSN 4867) to New Zealand as NZ5236
				56445 (MSN 4868) to New Zealand as NZ5241
				56446 (MSN 4869) to New Zealand as NZ5222
				56447 (MSN 4870) to New Zealand as NZ5244
				56448 (MSN 4871) to New Zealand as NZ5225
				56449 (MSN 4872) to New Zealand as NZ5203
				56450 (MSN 4873) to New Zealand as NZ5292
				56451 (MSN 4874) to New Zealand as NZ5254
				56452 (MSN 4875) to New Zealand as NZ5217
				56453 (MSN 4876) to New Zealand as NZ5239
				56454 (MSN 4877) to New Zealand as NZ5297
				56455 (MSN 4878) to New Zealand as NZ5248
				56456 (MSN 4879) to New Zealand as NZ5293
				56458 (MSN 4881) to New Zealand as NZ5246
				56459 (MSN 4882) to New Zealand as NZ5226
				56460 (MSN 4883) to New Zealand as NZ5235
				56462 (MSN 4885) to New Zealand as NZ5231
				56463 (MSN 4886) to New Zealand as NZ5256
				56464 (MSN 4887) to New Zealand as NZ5295
				56465 (MSN 4888) to New Zealand as NZ5234
				56466 (MSN 4889) to New Zealand as NZ5249
				56467 (MSN 4890) to New Zealand as NZ5207
				56468 (MSN 4891) to New Zealand as NZ5230
				56469 (MSN 4892) to New Zealand as NZ5232
				56470 (MSN 4893) to New Zealand as NZ5210
				56471 (MSN 4894) to New Zealand as NZ5270
				56472 (MSN 4895) to New Zealand as NZ5202 (conflicts with 56480 and 57197)
				56473 (MSN 4896) to New Zealand as NZ5233
				56474 (MSN 4897) to New Zealand as NZ5242
				56475 (MSN 4898) to New Zealand as NZ5220
				56476 (MSN 4899) to New Zealand as NZ5209
				56477 (MSN 4900) to New Zealand as NZ5227
				56478 (MSN 4901) to New Zealand as NZ5240
				56479 (MSN 4902) to New Zealand as NZ5237
				56480 (MSN 4903) to New Zealand as NZ5202 (conflicts with 56472 and 57197)
				56481 (MSN 4904) to New Zealand as NZ5272
				56482 (MSN 4905) to New Zealand as NZ5206
				56483 (MSN 4906) to New Zealand as NZ5216
56484/56683		Howard NH-1 Nightingale
				DGA-15P for Navy.  Contract cancelled
56484/56549		Douglas R5D-3 
				USAAF C-54D transferred to Navy. Survivors redesignated C-54Q in 1962.
				Some became RC-54V or VC-54P.  Serials reallocated from cancelled NH-1 batch.
				Survivors redesignated C-54Q in 1962.  Some became RC-54V or VC-54P.
				56484 ex-USAAF 42-72468
				56485 (MSN 10577) ex-USAAF 42-72472.  
				56486 (MSN 10584) ex-USAAF 42-72479
				56487 (MSN 10575) ex-USAAF 42-72470
				56488 (MSN 10586) ex-USAAF 42-72481
				56489 (MSN 10592) ex-USAAF 42-72487.  To civil register as N96451.  Stored by Central Air 
					Service, Avra Valley, AZ as N96451, Tanker T-111
				56490 (MSN 10587) ex-USAAF 42-72482
				56491 (MSN 10598) ex-USAAF 42-72493.  Landing gear collapsed during landing NAS Agana,
					Guam Apr 30, 1945.
				56492 (MSN 10609) ex-USAAF 42-72504
				56493 (MSN 10601) ex-USAAF 42-72496.  To Brooks Air Fuel, Fairbanks, AK as N44910.  Stored at Chandler, AZ
					Had the rear part of the aircraft cut off and shipped to California for repair
					of a previously damaged C-54 firebomber
				56494 (MSN 10614) ex USAAF 42-72509.  To civil registry as N67147.
				56495 (MSN 10619) ex USAAF 42-72514. Sold to Spanish AF as T.4-17.  To civil register as EC-APE.
				56496 (VR-21, MSN 10624, ex-USAAF 42-72519) crashed after takeoff from NAS Kwajalein
					on flight to Tokyo Sept 19, 1950.  26 killed.
				56497 (MSN 10613, ex-USAAF 42-72508) to Aero Union of CA as N62342.  Registered
					Jul 17, 2007 to Buffalo Airways Ltd ot Hay River, NT as C-FBAK.
				56498 (MSN 10630, ex-USAAF 42-72525) to civil registry as N44918 to Biegert Aviation
					in 1975.  To Atlantic Warbirds of Montana in 1996.  Now with Aces High as
					N44914.  Noted at North Weald, England Jan 2006 painted as 56498.
				56499 (MSN 10629) ex-USAAF 42-72522
				56500 (MSN 10638) ex-USAAF 42-72533
				56501 (MSN 10636) ex-USAAF 42-72531.  To civil registry as C-GDWZ Nov 1984.  With Millardair 
					since Jan 20, 1995.
				56502 (VR-6, MSN 10643, ex-USAAF 42-72538) flew into ground south of Konigstein, Germany
					while on approach to Rhein-Main AB Dec 11, 1948.  1 killed, 2 injured.
				56503 (MSN 10651) ex-USAAF 42-72546.  WFU and stored MASDC Sep 1970.
					To Frigorifico Reyes as CP-1208.  W/o when crashed on takeoff
					at Pista San Borja, Bolivia Jan 26, 1977.  An engine failure
					during takeoff caused the plane to swing off the left side of
					the runway and strike a parked DC-3
				56504 (MSN 10661) ex-USAAF 42-72556.  To Brooks Air Fuel as  N99212. Stored at Fairbanks, AK.
				56505 (MSN 10665) ex-USAF 42-72560.  Used on Berlin Airlift carrying coal. 
					Assigned to Operation Deep Freeze/VX-6 in Oct 1958. Named Have Gum, Will Travel
					Converted to C-54P 1962. Assigned to NAS Glenview, IL, 1964. To MASDC Jul 1966.
					Bought by Texas Truck Salvage Co, Feb 21, 1975. Registered N67041 to Robert B Audiss Jr, Apr 3, 1975.
					Registered to Central Air Service for aerial firefighting (air tanker No 149) Oct 11, 1976
					N67041 cancelled Feb 27, 1989.  Bought by USAF Museum Feb 6, 1989 and loaned to Travis AFB, California, c Oct 1996
					and displayed in original USAF serial number.
				56506 (MSN 10673) ex-USAAF 42-72568.  To civil registry as N87591.
					Converted to sprayer and sold to Confair of Canada as  C-GBKA. To Buffalo Airways 
					May 30, 2002.  To N55CW
				56507 (MSN 10681) ex-USAAF 42-72576
				56508 (MSN 10692) ex-USAAF 42-72587 .  Was operated as a Blue Angels support
					aircraft 1957-65, 1968.
				56509 (MSN 10685) ex-USAAF 42-72580.   To civil registry as N62433.  Destroyed by Hurricane
					Andrew at Miami International Apt Aug 24, 1992
				56510 (MSN 10693) ex-USAAF 42-72588
				56511 (MSN 10697, ex USAAF 42-72592) preserved at South Dakota Air and Space
					Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
				56512 (MSN 10742) ex USAAF 42-72637
				56513 (MSN 10739) ex-USAAF 42-72634 (VMR-152) hit mountain at south end of K-1 airfield,
					Korea May 30, 1951.  5 killed.
				56514 (MSN 10741) ex USAAF 42-72636.  To civil registry with Central Air Services at Avra Valley, AZ as N67062.
					Delivered to March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, CA for display.
				56515 (MSN 10737) ex-USAAF 42-72632
				56516 (MSN 10738) ex USAAF 42-72633.  Sold to Spanish AF as T.4-14, later to civil registry
					as EC-BQH.
				56517 (MSN 10740) ex USAAF 42-72635
				56518 (MSN 10744) ex-USAAF 42-72639.  Crashed at Port Lyautey and was destroyed by fire Aug 23, 1960.
				56519 (MSN 10743) ex-USAAF 42-72638
				56520 (MSN 10812) ex-USAAF 42-72707
				56521 (MSN 10835) ex-USAAF 42-72730.  Crashed Mar 8, 1960 on Mt Picon,
					in Sierra Nevada mountains of Spain.  All onboard survived.
				56522 (MSN 10833) ex-USAAF 42-72728
				56523 (MSN 10834) ex-USAAF 42-72729
				56524 (MSN 10838) ex-USAAF 42-72733
				56525 (MSN 10840) ex-USAAF 42-72735
				56526 (MSN 10846) ex-USAAF 42-72741.  Made VR-6's 5000th Berlin Airlift
					flight during May 1949.  Crew was comboned USN/USAF.
				56527 (MSN 10851) ex-USAAF 42-72746.  To N67046 then in 1977 tol CP-1351 with Trek Airways and w/o at Rio Beni,
					Bolivia in crash landing after an inflight fire Apr 28, 1980.
				56528 (MSN 10854) ex-USAAF 42-72749.  Transferred to the US Navy as an R5D-3 1 Aug 1945.
					Used on Berlin Airlift carrying coal. Later fitted out as an Admiral’s plane.  Involved with Operation 
					Deep Freeze and was first aircraft to land on wheels at McMurdo Sound Dec 20, 1955 during the International 
					Geophysical Year.  The International Geophysical Year (IGY) was an international scientific project that 
					lasted from July 1, 1957, to December 31, 1958. It marked the end of a long period during the Cold War 
					when scientific interchange between East and West had been seriously interrupted.  Redesignated C-54Q in 1962 and 
					retired to Litchfield Park, AZ Dec 1964.   Bought by Texas Truck Salvage Co Feb 21, 1975.  Registered
					N67035 to Robert B Audiss, Jr Apr 3, 1975.  Later purchased by Biegert Aviation and based as a 
					spray aircraft at Chandler Memorial, AZ.  Registered to Biegert Aviation Jan 21, 1976 as N44915 but 
					by May 21, 2003).  Parked with only one engine at the FARWEST (ex Biegert Aviation) facility at Chandler 
					Memorial as 56528.  Registered to ABS Aviation Development Feb 7, 2008, expired Sep 30, 2013.  
					Scrapped at Chandler.
				56529 (MSN 10855) ex-USAAF 42-72750.  Now on civil registry as N67032.
				56530 (MSN 10862) ex-USAAF 42-72757.  To civil registry as N44904.  Current with 
					Biegert Aviation as sprayer.
				56531 (MSN 10864) ex-USAAF 42-72759
				56532 (MSN 22152) ex-USAAF 43-17202
				56533 (MSN 22156) ex-USAAF 43-17206 transferred to US Navy Aug 17, 1945.
					Donated to Pensacola Naval Museum in 1978, WFU and preserved.
				56534 (MSN 22159/DC611) ex-USAAF 43-17209.   Converted to C-54S.
					Transferred to US Marine Corps.  WFU and stored Davis Monthan
					AFB, AZ Nov 1971.  Bought by Aerospace Proroducts Feb 19, 1975.
					Bought by International Air Ltd Feb 20, 1975 and registered
					as N42SB.  Bought by Biegert Aviation Inc Sep 2, 1975 and
					reregistered N44905 Feb 20, 1976.  Trasnferred to Globe Air.
					DBR after aborted takeoff at Falcon Field, AZ with gust locks
					still installed May 15, 1979. 
				56535 (MSN 22170) ex-USAAF 43-17220
				56536 (MSN 22172) ex-USAAF 43-17222.  Converted to C-54Q in 1962.  WFU and stored MASDC Sep 1971.  Bought by
					Interair Leases Inc Jan 31, 1975.  Bought by International Air Leases Dec 12, 1975.  Bought by Gerald D. Wilson 
					Dec 12, 1975 registered N96448.  Bought by Kachemak Seafoods Inc Mar 31, 1979, bought by Sea-Bear
					Air Transport Jun 26, 1980.  Bought by Central Air Services Apr 23, 1985.  Bought by American Air Freight
					Co Dec 3, 1987.  Bought by Stanton Aircraft Corp Jul 14, 1989.  Bought by Enzo Air Sep 1989 and
					registered RP-C325.  WFU and stored Manila, Philippines.  Bought by Hayde Alix Jan 1993.  Bought by 
					Commercial Air transport Aug 1995. It is thought that the aircraft has not flown since.
				56537 (MSN 22182/DC634) ex-USAAF 43-17232.  WFU and stored MASDC Apr 1970.  Sold as scrap Dec 1974.
				56538 (MSN 22186/DC638) ex-USAAF 43-17236.  Converted to C-54Q.  WFU and stored MASDC Sep 1970.  Bought by Michael Stumpf 
					Feb 1975 and registed N43SB.  Bought by Carolina Aircraft Corp in 1979 and reregistered N111AV
					Mar 1980.  WFU and stored Fourt Lauderdale, FL.  Bought by Florida Aircraft Leasing corp Jul 1981.
					Destroyed by fire Great Abaco, Bahamas early 1982.
				56539 (MSN 22184/DC636) ex-USAAF 43-17234.  WFU and stored 1971
				56540 (MSN 22188/DC640) ex-USAAF 43-17238.  WFU and stored 1975.
				56541 (MSN 22191) ex-USAAF 43-17241.  Crashed off Naha, Okinawa due to engine fire and fuel tank 
					explosion Sep 22, 1960.  All 29 onboard killed.
				56542 (22190/DC641) ex-USAAF 43-17240.  Converted to C-54Q.  WFU and stored MASDC Aug 1966.  Bought by
					Biegert Aviation Inc Sep 1975 and registered N44913.  WFU and stored as an unconverted fire
					bomber 1977.  During late 1980s/early 1990s, fuselage used as storage shed by ARDCO at Ryan Field, Tucson, AZ
				56543 (MSN 22194) ex USAAF 43-17244.  To civilian registry as HK-1807P (Carlos 
					Barcenas 14 Jan 1975 - Operated by TANA (1978)), current Sep 1999
				56544 (MSN 22196) ex-USAAF 43-17246.  (VR-3) undershot landing at NAS Kwajalein Atoll, May 6, 1951.
				56545 (MSN 22197) ex-USAAF 43-17247.  Ran off end of runway at Bempelhof AB Nov 15, 1048
					and caught fire.
				56546 (MSN 22200) ex USAAF 43-17250.  to Spanish AF as 352-15 T4-15.  To civil registry as EC-BQI.
				56547 (MSN 22199/DC651) ex-USAAF 43-17249.  Cvtd to C-54Q, WFU & stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 1/73.  
					To Interair Lease Inc Jan 31, 19754 and registered as N96450.  Bohght by International Air Leased Dec 12, 1975.
					Bought by Derald D Wilson Dec 12, 1975, boutht by El Marc Air in 1985.  Boutht by Buds Flying Service  Oct 5, 1982.
					Bought by Texas Aerial Applicators Jan 31, 1984, by American Air Freight Jan 24l 1986 and rerestered
					as N74AF.  Leased and then bought by West Indies Air Transport.  While taxiing at Aguadilla-Borinquen Airport 
					in Puerto Rico Feb 3, 1992, suffered a hydraulics failure and struck the right wing of parked Super 
					Constellation HI-542CT and ran into a ditch. A fire broke out and N74AF was DBR.
				56548 (MSN 22202) ex USAAF 43-17252.  Converted to C-54Q, transferred to USMC.  WFU and stored at Davis Monthan AFB
					in Arizona Mar 1966.  Bought by Texas Truck Salvage Co. Feb 21, 1975. Bought by Robert B. Audias Jr. bt Apr 3, 1975 
					reg. N67034. Bought by Central Air Services Oct 11, 1976 as tanker '150'.  Bought by Maricopa Aircraft 
					Service June 18, 2000.  Bought by Maricopa Aircraft Inc. Jul 2000, WFU & stored Avra Valley, AZ.				
				56549 (MSN 22203) ex USAAF 43-17253.  To civil registry as N99AS.
				56550/56663 never delivered					
56684/57083		General Motors FM-2 Wildcat
				Grumman F4F-8 built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
				56759/56778 to Royal Navy as Wildcat VI JV757/JV776
				57007 and 47309 and crashed in a field on Floyd Taylor farm in Colquitt County, Georgia, near the
					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.
				57034 (VC-21) w/o 3-Jan-45 Marcus Island.  Went over port side on landing, 07-58N, 129-35E
				57039 w/o 28-Dec-44 USS Sable.  Take-off, ditched. Recovered and being restored at Kalamazoo in 2014.
				57079/57083 to Royal Navy as Wildcat VI JV777/JV781
57084/57656		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				57088 (MSN 5911) to New Zealand as NZ5446
				57089 (MSN 5912) to New Zealand as NZ5407
				57090 (MSN 5913) to New Zealand as NZ5404
				57092 (MSN 5915) to New Zealand as NZ5415
				57095 (MSN 5918) to New Zealand as NZ5401
				57096 (MSN 5919) to New Zealand as NZ5577
				57098 (MSN 5921) to New Zealand as NZ5420
				57102 (MSN 5925) to New Zealand as NZ5445
				57105 (MSN 5928) to New Zealand as NZ5418
				57106 (MSN 5929) to New Zealand as NZ5554
				57107 (MSN 5930) to New Zealand as NZ5398
				57109/57143 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT635/JT669
					57109 (JT635) dove into ground and caught fire after colliding
						with Corsair JT582 (50477) while attacking Palembang III
						landing strip Jan 24, 1945.  Pilot killed.
					57112 (JT638) ditched after engine caught fire on approach
						to HMS Victorious Jul 28, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
					57115 (JT641) shot down by flak during attack on Ishigaki Jima
						Apr 7, 1945.  Pilot killed.
					57124 (JT650) to RNAS Bankstown Oct 3, 1945 and subsequently
						disposed of as surplus.
					57126 (JT652) suffered engine fire during dive-bombing
						practice and ditched near HMS FOrmidable Nov 7, 1944.
						Pilot rescued.
				57144 (MSN 5967) to New Zealand as NZ5403
				57145 (MSN 5968) to New Zealand as NZ5426
				57156 (MSN 5979) to New Zealand as NZ5422
				57191 (MSN 6014) to New Zealand as NZ5444
				57192 (MSN 6015) to New Zealand as NZ5427
				57195 (MSN 6018) to New Zealand as NZ5421
				57197 (MSN 6020) to New Zealand as NZ5202 (conflicts with 56472 and 56480)
				57200 (MSN 6023) to New Zealand as NZ5436
				57201 (MSN 6024) to New Zealand as NZ5428
				57202 (MSN 6025) to New Zealand as NZ5413
				57205 (MSN 6028) to New Zealand as NZ5423
				57208 (MSN 6031) to New Zealand as NZ5441
				57209 (MSN 6032) to New Zealand as NZ5437
				57211 (MSN 6034) to New Zealand as NZ5414
				57212 (MSN 6035) to New Zealand as NZ5425
				57213 (MSN 6036) to New Zealand as NZ5417
				57215/57249 to Royal Navy as Corsair II JT670/JT704
					57222 (JT677) crashed after pilot bailed out following engine
						fire while operating from HMS Ruler Jul 8, 1945.
					57226 (JT681) relegated to ground instructional airframe at
						RAF Locking Mar 12, 1945.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
					57235 (JT690) caught in slipstream of preceding aircraft while
						approaching to land on HMS Illustrious Jan 24, 1945, stalled
						and crashed into sea.  Pilot rescued by HMS Wessex.
					57236 (JT691) suffered engine fire at 300 feet and stalled onto
						runway Jul 31, 1944.  Pilot unhurt but aicraft DBR.
					57237 (JT692) crashed 10 mi NE of RAF Mullaghmore, Northern
						Ireland during test flight Jan 18, 1945.  Pilot killed.
					57238 (JT693) forcelanded on mud flats near Ballykelly,
						Northern Ireland following engine fire Oct 9, 1944.
						Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.  Remains of aircraft
						discovered 1994.
					57239 (JT694) ditched following engine fire due to oil
						leak May 16, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
					57241 (JT696) suffered engine fire while landing on HMS
						Victorious May 25, 1945 and went overboard into sea.
						Pilot rescued.
					57244 (JT699) shot down by flak during strafing run over
						Maizuru, Japan Mul 30, 1945.  Pilot KIA.
					57246 (JT701) collided with Corsair JT265 (BuNo 17867) during
						exercise near Ceylon Jan 3,1 945, lost one wing and
						crashed into sea.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
					57248 (JT703) while landing on HMS Formidable Jan 21, 1945, struck
						rounddown, lost undercarriage, burst into flames, and
						went over port side into sea.  Pilot killed.
				57250 (MSN 6073) to New Zealand as NZ5412
				57252 (MSN 6075) to New Zealand as NZ5430
				57257 (MSN 6080) to New Zealand as NZ5435
				57262 (MSN 6085) to New Zealand as NZ5424
				57268 (MSN 6091) to New Zealand as NZ5416
				57269 (MSN 6092) to New Zealand as NZ5438
				57271 (MSN 6094) to New Zealand as NZ5469
				57307 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				57325 crashed in mountains of San Diego County.  Need date?
				57409 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa Apr 22, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
				57428 (MSN 6251) to New Zealand as NZ5470
				57430 (MSN 6253) to New Zealand as NZ5475
				57443 (MSN 6266) to New Zealand as NZ5476
				57444 was to have gone to New Zealand but was lost in a crash enroute to
					San Diego in first half of 1944.
				57445 (MSN 6268) to New Zealand as NZ5474
				57446 (MSN 6269) to New Zealand as NZ5473
				57447 (MSN 6270) to New Zealand as NZ5458
				57452 (MSN 6275) to New Zealand as NZ5478
				57454 (MSN 6277) to New Zealand as NZ5455
				57457 (MSN 6280) to New Zealand as NZ5481
				57459 (MSN 6282) to New Zealand as NZ5482
				57462 (MSN 6285) to New Zealand as NZ5452
				57463 (MSN 6286) to New Zealand as NZ5457
				57467 (MSN 6290) to New Zealand as NZ5472
				57469 (MSN 6292) to New Zealand as NZ5477
				57470 (MSN 6293) to New Zealand as NZ5486
				57472 (MSN 6295) to New Zealand as NZ5456
				57473 (MSN 6296) to New Zealand as NZ5485
				57478 (MSN 6301) to New Zealand as NZ5454
				57479 (MSN 6302) to New Zealand as NZ5484
				57493 (MSN 6316) to New Zealand as NZ5471
				57500 (MSN 6323) to New Zealand as NZ5453
				57526 in forced landing on Okinawa Jun 12, 1945
				57539 (MSN 6362) to New Zealand as NZ5423
				57549 (MSN 6372) to New Zealand as NZ5480
				57567/57569 to Royal Navy as JT635/JT637
				57571 (VMF-312) lost Jan 15, 1945, Espirtu Santo, South Pacific.
57657/57659		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
57660/57776		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
57777/57791		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				13 of these to Royal Navy as JT638/JT651.
57792/57965		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				57614 w/o Oct 15, 1944 after midair collision with 57797.  Pilot MIA.
				57754 (ABU-1) crashed on takeoff from Momote AF, Los Negros, Admiralty Islands Dec 13, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				57797 w/o Oct 15, 1944 after midair collision with 57614.  Pilot bailed
					out and was rescued.
				57807 (VMF-122) shot down over Palau, unknown date.  Pilot killed.
				57821 crashed at sea Mary 23, 1945
				57855 crashed on deck May 23, 1945
57966/57983		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				I have these as going to Royal Navy as JT652/JT669, but not all of them must have gone.
				57973 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa Aug 4, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
				57977 (VMF-411) crashed off Okinawa Aug 4, 1945.  Pilot killed.
57984/57986		Boeing XF8B-1
				MSN 8484/8486
57987			North American P-51 Mustang
				P-51 41-37426 (MSN 91-12087) given to US Navy for evaluation.  To RFC and sold.  Became
					NX1204V, then to Dominican Republic AF Apr 29, 1948 as FAD 1705.
					Believe written off. 
57988/57989		Douglas R5D-1
				USAAF C-54A transferred to Navy
				57988 (MSN 7447/DO 55) ex USAAF 42-107428. To Pennsylvania Central
					Airlines Oct 1, 1945 as N91070.  Renamed Capital Airlines Apr 21, 1948
					and plane named "Capitaliner Chattanooga" with side number 428.
					United Airlines took over management Jun 1, 1961.  Bought by
					Sam Goldman 1961, by Charlotte Aircraft Corp in 1965.
					Bought by Commercial Aircraft Corp in 1966.   WFU and stored
					Wilmington, NC in 1966. 
57990			Douglas XJD-1 Invader
				Ex USAAF A-26B-45-DL 44-34217 transferred to Navy
57991			Douglas XJD-1 Invader
				Ex USAAF A-26C-40-DT 44-35467 transferred to Navy
57992/57994		Noorduyn XJA-1 Norseman 
				From Army UC-64 43-7206/7208. 
				57992 (MSN 397) to US civil registry as N88792 
				57993 (MSN 398) to RFC.  To US civil registry as NC36559, perhaps
					also NC4702V.  To Canadian civil registry as CF-HAU in 1953.
				57994 (MSN 399) to RFC OCt 16, 1945.  To US civil registry as N61352
57995/57998		Sikorsky HO3S-1 
				57995 forced down after engine failure in Wonsan Harbor Aug 7, 1952.  Recovered
					Aug 8, 1952 and repaired.  Crashed into Yellow Sea Aug 16, 1953
					while aboard USS Point Cruz (CVE-119) during attempt to rescue
					pilot of downed F4U-4.  Corsair pilot and 2 crew members picked
					up by boat, but helicopter sank.
				57998 lost Sep 15, 1952.
57999			Noorduyn JA-1 
58000/58999		Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat
				Model G-50
				58085 (VF-8, USS Bunker Hill) damaged by explosion from its own bombs and crashed
					into water Oct 12, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				58129 (VF-86, USS Prince William) in bad carrier landing, went over side Nov 14, 1944.
					Pilot rescued.
				58143 (VF-80) crashed NE of Marshall Islands during mock rocket attack on towed spar
					Oct 14, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				58187 (VF-80) failed to return from missin to Formosa Jan 9, 1945
				58201 with VF-18/CVG-18 on USS Intrepid Nov 1944
				58220/58232 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JV222/JV234
					58225 (JV227) shot down in flames while attacking shore
						battery Oct 27 1944.  Pilot bailed and was rescued
						by Walrus amphibian.
				58243 (VF-90) disintegrated in midair during rocket firing practice south of Guam
					Oct 28, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				58254 (ConFlightRon 18, USS Intrepid) lost at sea along with 41621 from USS Independence
					while returning from mission near Luzon, Philippines Oct 19, 1944.  Encountered a severe
					storm and were waved off and instructed to circle.  58254 radioed that 41621 was
					with him and that they were making a water landing.  Both aircraft and pilots never
					seen again.
				58262 (VF-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				58316 (VF-80) DBR on landing Jan 9, 1945.  Jettisoned overboard
				58323 (VF-80) with VF-80/CVG80 on USS Ticonderoga Nov 1944.  lost Luzon Jan 7, 1945.
				58330 (VF-80) lost Manila Nov 5, 1945
				58332 (VF-800 lost at sea Nov 25, 1944 aboard USS Ticonderoga while preparing for takeoff
					when right wheel dropped onto the catwalk and as the ship made a turn, the plane rolled
					over the side.  Pilot and crew were lost.
				58343 to NOTS, China Lake.  Damaged Oct 17, 1946 when engine failed during takeoff.
				58409 with VF-18/CVG18 on USS Intrepid Nov 1944.
				58471 (VF-20) lost in raid on Yap Island Sep 6, 1944.
				58506 (CV-17, USS Bunker Hill) damaged beyond repair during carrier landing Oct 12, 1944
					and jettisoned offside.  Pilot survived, but another pilot on deck was killed.
				58517 (VF-45) lost off deck of USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				58540 (VF-20) shot down by AA during fighter sweep over Clark Air Field area,
					Luzon Dec 14, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				58590 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				58605 (F6F-5N) in takeoff accident Sept 8, 1945 NAS Vero Beach, FL.
				58627 (VF-80) surveyed Manila Nov 13, 1944.
				58633 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				58644 by mid-1996 was with Planes of Fame (East), Minneapolis as NX4964W.
				58647 (VMF-214) spun out during pullout during rocket practice MCAS El Centro, CA.
					9/12/1945.  Pilot killed
				58673 (VF-80) lost Nov 25, 1944 at sea on launch.
				58674 lost off deck of USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				58675 (VF-20) crashed on Yap Island Sep 6, 1944 during attack on Japanese radio station.
				58715 (VF-20) lost in attack on Yap Island Sep 6, 1944.
				58733/58795 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JV235/JV297
					58750 (JV252) bounced while landing on HMS Ruler Dec 27, 1944
						and struck another (unidentified) Hellcat. Both caught
						fire and fell over side into sea.  Pilot rescued.
					58752 (JV254) drifted to port and crashed into runway while
						landing at RNAS Ballyherbert, Northern Ireland Dec 17, 1944.
						Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
					58756 (JV258) made heavy landing on specified carrier May 15, 1945,
						hook broke off, aircraft went throughgh barrier and struck
						unidentified Hellcat, both aircraft went over side into
						sea.  Pilot rescued.
					58761 (JV263) failed to return from attack on shipping off
						Leros Oct 3, 1944.  Pilot MIA
					58762 (JV264) ditched in bad weather Sep 11, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
					58765 (JV267) took off from HMS Ruler May 10, 1945 with flaps
						retraced and prop in coarse pitch, stalled, and fell into
						sea.  Pilot rescued.
					58782 (JV284) shot down by flak while attacking Hirara
						and Ishigaki airfields, Sakishima Gunto May 12, 1945.
						Pilot KIA.
					58783 (JV285) stalled on takeoff from HMS Ruler May 15, 1945
						and fell into sea.
					58794 (JV296) caught in slipstream of preceding aircraft and
						crashed onto runway at Katukurunda Feb 15, 1945. 
						Pilot unhurt but aircraft DBR.
				58797 bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya. 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.
				58883 with VF-18/CVG18 on USS Intrepid Nov 1944
				58818 to NOTS, China Lake.  Crashed Aug 29, 1944 when a rocket ricocheted and took off one wing.  Pilot killed.
				58820 (F6F-5N, VF(N)-OTU1) failed to return frm night exercise from
					Vera Beach, FL Mar 14, 1945.  Royal Navy pilot missing.
				58846 (MSN A-5250) to Royal Navy as JV348.  Reported at Civil Defense Headquarters, 
					Portsmouth, England in 1962.  Believed broken up and burned 1963.
				58873 (VF-80) lost Manila Nov 5, 1944.
				58877 bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya. 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
				58887 (VF-22) lost off deck of USS Cowpens (CVL-25) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				58934 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				58966 (VF-28) lost off deck of USS Monterey (CVL-26) in typhoon in Philippine Sea Dec 18, 1944
				58996/58999 to Royal Navy as Hellcat II JV298/JV301
					58996 (JV298) while parked on HMS Khedive Apr 10, 1945, struck
						by Hellcat JV144 (BuNo 40775) and knocked overboard into sea.
59000/59348		Martin PBM-5 Mariner
				59000 (VPB-21) lost of Kerema Rhetto Jul 5, 1945
				59002 (PBM-5G) crashed Apr 1, 1947, Tampa, FL.  While practicing single engine landings, 
					with the port engine idling, the aircraft leveled off high and power was removed from the 
					starboard engine.  The aircraft dropped into the water and bounced. Power was applied 
					to both engines after the aircraft impacted, however, the port engine failed 
					to produce power. The aircraft crashed with the left wing down.  One crewman was killed,
					the rest were rescued.
				59003 damaged in electrical fire Oct 31,1944
				59011 w/o in takeoff accident Sep 16,1945 at NAB  Chimu Wan, Okinawa
				59013 sold to Argentine Navy Mar 31, 1955 as 2-P-21
				59014 w/o in takeoff accident Aug 126, 1945 at NAB Chimu Wan, Okinawa
				59015 (VPB-27) lost off Hawaii Jan 23, 1945. 
				59017 (VPB-27) lost off Hawaii Dec 25, 1944.
				59018 (VPB-27) lost off Kerema Rhetto, Okinawa Apr 27, 1945
				59019 (VPB-27) lost of Kerema Rhetto Aug 6, 1945
				59023 (VPB-27) lost off Kerema Rhetto Aug 7, 1945
				59025 (VF-081) attached to USS Wasp lost off Luzon Jan 6, 1945
				59026 (VPB-27) lost off Kerema Rhetto Jun 22, 1945
				59028 (VPB-208) lost off Kerema Rhetto May 5, 1945
				59029 (VPB-27) Lost off Kerema Rhetto May 7, 1945
				59030 (VH-3) lost off Kerema Rhetto Jul 24, 1945
				59031 (VPB-21) attached to USS Chandeleur lost off Kerema Rhetto May 11, 1945
				59032 with VR-2.  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 Oct 1952.
				59035 (VPB-100) lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii Mar 25, 1945.
				59038 (VPB-18) lost off Kerema Rhetto May 31, 1945.
				59042 (VPB-18) attached to USS Cape St George lost off Kerema Rhetto May 15, 1945.
				59047 (VPB-47)lost off Galapagos Jun 30, 1945
				59062 (VPB-20) damaged by AAA during attack on Japanese shipping Jun 3, 1945 and made forced
					landing on beach near of Tanahmeja, Island of Celebes (now Sulawisi), Dutch East Indies.  
					Of the crew of 14, 1 died of wounds, 3 died in gun battle with Japanese troops, 9 were
					captured and later executed.  3 escaped.
				59066 (VPB-100) lost off Kerema Rhetto Jun 18, 1945
				59071 crashed at Okinawa Jul 23, 1945 during takeoff attempt in rough seas.
				59077 (VPB-100) lost off Hawaii Mar 22, 1945.  ll crew killed
				59079 w/o Aug 3,1 945 in San Diego Bay.  1 killed.
				59080 mounted aboard USS Saratoga in Operation Crossroads nuclear test Able Jul 1, 1946.  Sustained
					moderate damage, retained for Test Baker
				59082 w/o Apr 6, 1945 in San Diego Bay.  8 killed
				59097 (VPB-26) lost off Kerema Rhetto Jun 16,1945.
				59098 was aboard USS Pine Island (AV-12) in Antarctic with Admiral
					Richard Byrd.  On Dec 30, 1946 it hit a ridge and burned on Thurston Island.
					3 of 9 crew killed, others spent 14 days on the ice before
					being rescued.
				59099 (VPB-18) lost off Kerema Rhetto, Okinawa May 20, 1945.
				59106 (USCG) crashed into mountain ridge near Caricitas, Mexico May 6, 1954.
					  All 10 aboard killed.
				59107 (VPB-18) lost off Kerema Rhetto, Okinawa May 30, 1945
				59108 w/o Dec 23, 1945, Carson Isle
				59113 collided in midair with 01710 near NAS Corpus Christi, TX Nov 8, 1945.
				59114 w/o Jan 21, 1945, Sasebo, Japan
				59115 (VPB-17) lost off Jinamoc, Philippines Jun 5, 1945
				59117 (VPB-20) lost in Leyte Gulf off PHilippines Mar 29, 1945.
				59122 (VPB-18) atrtache to USS Cape St George lost off Kerema Rhetto, Okinawa May 15, 1945
				59124 w/o Sep 21, 1945, Tokyo
				59126 (VPB-17) w/o May 25, 1945 off Tawi Tawi, Philippines, ll lost
				59128 (VPB-21) lost off Kerema Rhetto, Okinawa Jul 28, 1945.
				59130 w/o Oct 2, 1945, Okinawa
				59140 transferred to US Coast Guard.  Assigned to USCG Detachment at NOB Bermuda
				59141 transferred to US Coast Guard.  Assigned to USCG Detachment at NOB Bermuda
				59143 w/o May 5, 1945 in crash 90 mi SSW of Brownsville, Texas.  10 killed.
				59144 to Portugal ARTOP (Aaro Topografica Lda).  Registered as CS-THB.
					Missing Nov 9, 1958 on flight from Cabo Ruivo to Funchal over
					North Atlantic after transmitting emergency message.  36 lost.
				59146 removed from storage at NAS Norfolk, VA, 1952 and sold to US Coast Guard for $9. 
					Flown to Elizabeth City, NC for restoration. 
				59148 transferred to US Coast Guard as 9148
				59149 transferred to US Coast Guard as 9149
				59153 (VPB-20) lost off Tawi Tawi, Philippines Jul 6, 1945
				59154 (VPB-27) lost off Kerema Rhetto Aug 7, 1945.  
				59158 transferred to US Coast Guard as 158
				59161 (VPB-18) lost off LeShima Apr 12, 1945
				59168 (VPB-205) lost off Johnston Island Feb 19, 1945
				59172 wrecked May 6, 1949 while being ferried across Lake Washington from NAS Seattle to
					Boeing seaplane ramp, where it was intended to be placed in storage.  Collided with underwater
					obstruction, capsized, and sank.  Crew escaped unharmed.
				59175 (VH-6) lost off Chimu Aug 8, 1945
				59176 (VH-6) lost off Okinawa Aug 15, 1945.
				59185 w/o Sep 5, 1945, San Diego Bay.  13 killed.
				59195 w/o Sep 18, 1946, Tsingtao, China
				59200 (VPB-17) lost in Lingayen Gulf off Philippines Jun 30, 1945
				59201 (VH-4) lost off Kerema Rhetto, Okinawa Jul 15, 1945
				59204 (VPB-100) lost off Kaneohe, Hawaii May 11, 1945
				59216 w/o Sep 18, 1945, Wakanoura, Honshu, Japan
				59223 w/o Nov 27, 1951 off San Diego, California.  11 killed.
				59225 lost Dec 1945 off coast of Florida near the Bahamas while searching for the famous Flight 19
					of missing Avengers.
				59232 (VP-34) hit seawall and crashed and burned after losing starboard engine on takeoff
					 at NAS Coco Solo, Panama Oct 31, 1955.  15 of 16 aboard killed.
				59242 (PBM-5E, VH-3) w/o May 12, 1945 Kerema Rhetto, Okinawa
				59247 w/o Feb 14, 1946, Tarumpitac Pt. Philippines
				59267 (PBM-5E, VH-4)  Lost off Saipan Jun 29, 1945
				59273 damaged Dec 21, 1951 at NAS Iwakuni, Japan
				59277 to Argentine Navy Jan 30, 1959 as 5-P-23
				59280 (PBM-5E, VH-4) lost off Saipan Jun 24, 1945
				59286 (PBM-5E, VH-4) lost off Kerema Rhetto Jul 22, 1945	
				59288 w/o Dec 21, 1945 Tsingtao, China
				59296 w/o Nov 26, 1945 Tomioka, Tokyo, Japan
				59299 w/o Mar 1951 NAS Iwakuni, Japan
				59301 w/o Jul 1, 1945 Lingayen Gulf, Philippines
				59309 w/o Sep 12, 1945 Lelu Harbor, Kosrae
				59318 w/o Jan 24, 1952 NAS San Diego, California
				59336 (PBM-5E, VPB-205) lost off Johnston Island Aug 2, 1945.
				59341 w/o Dec 14, 1945 Hong Kong
				59345 to Argentine Navy Jan 30, 1959 as 5-P-24
				59346 (PBM-5E, VPB-19) w/o Aug 11, 1945, Parry Isle, Pacific
59349			Martin XPBM-5A Mariner
				Amphibious version with retractable undercarriage.
59350/60009		Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer
				Consolidated Aircraft Corporation Model 32
				PB4Y-2s converted to target drones were designated P4Y-2K in 1951 and QP-4B in 1962.
				Redesignated P4Y-2 in 1951 and P-4 in 1962.  				
				59928,59938,59945,59949,59955/59969 delivered as PB4Y-2M
				59350 SOC May 31, 1945
				59351 in hard landing at NAS Patuxent River, MD and SOC.  No fatalities.
				59352 SOC at NAS Corpus Christi, TX Ap 30, 1947
				59353 declared excess and SOC at NAS Jacksonville, FL Aug 31, 1946
				59354 SOC Mar 31, 1948.
				59355 SOC Aug 31, 1946.
				59356 SOC Mar 28, 1948.
				59357 (FAW-6) crashed Conner, WA on training flight due to control failure Aug 13, 1945.  3 killed,
					13 OK.  SOC Aug 31, 1949.
				59358 SOC Jun 30, 1946.
				59359 SOC Mar 31, 1947.
				59360 SOC Jul 31, 1946.
				59361 (VPB-122) swerved off runway landing in crosswind at NAAS Crows Landing, CA Apr 1, 1945 and
					hit ditch.  SOC Apr 30, 1946.
				59362 SOC Dec 31, 1946
				59363 SOC Dec 13, 1946
				59364 SOC May 31, 1948.
				59365 SOC Jun 30, 1946.
				59366 SOC Jul 31, 1946.
				59367 (PB4Y-2B) SOC at Naval Ordnance Test Station, Chincoteague, VA Mar 1948.
				59368 SOC Apr 30, 1946.
				59369 (VPB-124) overshot landing at Camp Kearney, CA Jan 3, 1945.  SOC.
				59377 (VPB-118) landing gear collapsed at Kanohoe Bay Dec 25,1944.
				59379 (VPB-118) shot up.  Given to Marines May 26, 1945, assigned to HDRN MAW-2
				59380 (VPB-119) SOC due to unknown cause Apr 22, 1945. 
				59381 (VPB-118) crashed into dune at Midway Dec 11, 1944.
				59382 (VPB-118) returned to USA in bad shape.
				59383 (VPB-118) missing out of Tinian May 6, 1945. 10 MIA.
				59386 (VPB-106) undershot landing at Tinian Feb 16, 1945 and hit coral border.  No fatalities, but SOC.
					in EC Pacific Feb 15, 1945.  No fatalities.
				59387 (VPB-118) gear crasked Kanohoe Bau Dec 24, 1944.
				59388 (VPB-118) ditched off coast of Korea May 8, 1945.
				59392 (*Miss Behavin'*) damaged during landing at Tinian May 25, 1945 when landing gear collapsed.  Bulldozed off runway.
				59393 to VPB-106.  SOC NAS Corpus Christi Feb 28, 1947
				59394 (VPB-106) got lost, ran out of fuel and ditched in Gulf of California Oct 24, 1944 and sank.  All
					rescued.  2 women were on board.  Some reports have the last
					2 digits of the BuNo transposed.
				59397 (FAW-14) crashed 25 mi S of MCAS Miramar, CA during transport flight from MCAS Miramar, CA to Dallas, TX 
					Aug 1, 1946.  11 killed.
				59401 (VPB-118) lost engine and ditched near base Apr 13, 1945.  Broke in tow and sank.  13 crew rescued.
				59402 damaged in landing accident Iwo Jima 3/6/1945.  Surveyed.
				59404 (VPB-118) hit by bomb at Okinawa Jul 28, 1945.
				59405 (VPB-118) fire in tail section at Tinian.  Surveyed May 29, 1945.
				59407 (PB4Y-2B)
				59408 to USMC, based at MCAS Ewa, Hawaii
				59414 (VPB-119) MIA in Formosa Straits areas Apr 11, 1945.
				59415 (VPB-119) missing on typhoon track out of Clark Field, Luzon Oct 1, 1945.  7 crew missing.
				59422 (FAW-17) missing on combat patrol May 19, 1945. 9 crew MIA.
				59425 (FAW-14) lost engine and ditched 170 miles from Oahu, HI May 29, 1945.
					  10 rescued, 2 missing.
				59426 (VPB-119) shot down 2 mi N of Amoy, China Mar 22, 1945
				59427 (VPB-119) shot down Luichow Peninsula, China
				59429 (VPB-119) had just landed at Clark Field, Luzon and was hit by PB4Y-1 38933 
					which landed long Mar 2, 1945.  An engine of the PB4Y-1 went into the
					cockpit of the PB4Y-2, killing its pilot.
					59492 SOC, 38933 damaged beyond repair.
				59433 (VPB-106) SOC due to unknown casue Palawan,  Philippines Jul 30, 1945.
				59436 (VPB-121) in landing accident EC Pacific Feb 15, 1945.
					Damaged beyond repair, no fatalities.
				59437 (VB-4) in midair collision with 59721 while in formation
					over Munson, FL May 10, 1946.  13 on 59437 killed.
				59441 (VPB-108) SOC after landing accident Western Central Pacific 8/13/1945.
				59448 lost Jul 27, 1945.
				59449 (VPB-118) damaged by exploding Japanese ship just as it flew over it May 6, 1945. 
					Returned safely to  base but SOC.
				59452 (VPB-119) MIA in vicinity of Hangchow Harbor, China Apr 1, 1945
				59456 (VPB-119) destroyed by fire in parking area at Clark Field, PI Jun 24, 1945
					and surveyed.
				59458 (VPB-118) shot down off Shanghai.
				59467 (VPB-119) ran off runway at Clark Field, PI Mar 19, 1945.  Surveyed for parts.
				59477 (VPB-121) ditched 500 miles from San Diego Jan 12, 1945.
				59495 (VPB-121) shot down Aug 14, 1945.
				59497 (VPB-106) missing on search flight WC Pacific Mar 9, 1945.  12 crew MIA.
				59504 (PB4Y-2B)
				59505 “The Super-chief” with VPB-106 at Palawan, Philippine Islands Jul 29th 1945
				59513 (VPB-124) force landed near Tinian due to fuel exhaustion Jun 6, 1945.  One crew killed.
				59524 (FAW-14) blew tire on landing at Camp Kearney, CA and swerved off runway Jan 28, 1946.  SOC, no fatalities.
				59533 destroyed by Japanese demolition team at Yonton airfield, Okinawa May 24, 1945.
				59535 (VPB-124) shot down by AAA Jun 27, 1945 from Japanese destroyer off coast of Southern Korea  Entire crew of 11 lost.
				59539 (VB-4) got lost on cross-country flight at night and crew bailed out newr Sioux City, Iowa
					Jun 18, 1946.  Plane crashed into cornfield.
				59543 (VPB-119) damaged by severe anti-aircraft fire and surveyed Mar 29, 1945
				59544 (crashed near Lindberg Field after wing failure Nov 22, 1944.  Civilian crew of 6 killed.
				59549 (VPB-124) in landing accident at Tinian Jun 17, 1945.  SOC, no fatalities.
				59550 (VPB-118) engines shot out and surveyed.
				59553 (VPB-119) crashed during rescue attempt Luichow Peninsula, China Jun 24, 1945.
				59554 cancelled
				59558 (VPB-119) caught fire on ground at Clark Field, Philippines Mar 23, 1945.  SOC. 
				59559 (VPB-119) MIA Ling Shui Province, Hainan, China May 1, 1945.
				59563 (VPB-106) shot down by fighters over Singapore June 11, 1945.  All crew KIA.
				59584 (VPB-119) hit top of ridge while letting down on SE leg of Letye range and crashed on 
					Homonhon Island Jan 12, 1946.  10 killed, one injured. 
				59595 (PB4Y-2B)
				59606 (VP-119) engine caught fire while parked at Clark Field, Luzon Jul 24, 1946.  SOC.
				59617 lost NAS Corpus Christi, TX 9/12/1947.
				59618 (VB-4) crashed after takeoff due to engine fire near Master Field, FL Sept 12, 1945.  15 killed.
				59620 (VP-119) lost Sangley Pt. Luzon 9/28/1946.
				59640 (VB-4)
				59642 (VB-4) went missing on training flight out of NAS Miami, FL Jul 18, 1945.  17 crew missing.
				59644 (VPB-122) skidded off runway while landing at NAS Kodiak, AK Jan 12, 1946 and
					ended up in Buskin River.  No injuries, all usable gear salvaged.
				59645 (VP-26, *Turbulent Turtle*) strayed over Russian territory during flight over southern Baltic Sea and shot down
					by Soviet fighters Apr 8, 1950. Crew of 10 MIA.
				59646 lost Waldron Field 6/11/1952.
				59648 (PB4Y-2S)
				59649 at NAF China Lake, CA Oct 1947
				59657 (VP-871) hit water during low-altitude bombing flight near Smith Island, WA Aug 6, 1951.  Crew of 9 killed.
				59682 (VPB-116) in landing accident at West Field, Tinian Sept 13, 1945.  SOC, no fatalities.
				59685 (VP-20) lost at sea off Port Moller, Alaska Nov 3, 1948.  12 crew missing.
				59695 crashed into Lake Washington near Seattle, WA after taking off
					from NAS Sand Point with flaps retracted Aug 26, 1956.
				59701 now with Hawkins and Powers as N6884C water bomber no. 127
				59704 (VP-871) crashed near NAS Atsugi, Japan Jan 14, 1952 after engine failure. 
				59715 overshot landing and brakes failed at NAAS Manteo, NC Aug 22, 1945.  SOC, no fatalities.
				59716 (PB4Y-2S, VW-3) missing Dec 16, 1953 during low-level typhoon penetration of typhoon Doris.  9 missing.
				59721 (VB-4) in midair collision with 59437 while in formation over Munson, FL May 10, 1946.  10 crew on 59721
					killed.
				59733 (VPB-102) SOC at Iwo Jima Sept 13, 1945 due to mechanical failure.
				59738 (PB4Y-2S)
				59741 (PB4Y-2S)
				59742 to N7683C, then to Honduran AF in 1956 as FAH 792.  Sold 1973, to HR-195-P
				59747 (VPB-124 lost of Okinawa Jul 24, 1945.  11 crew loat.
				59750 (VP-119) crashed on Mindonoro, Philippines Jul 30, 1946 during search for missing PBM and C-47.  10 killed.
				59752 (PB4Y-2B)
				59754 (PB4Y-2B) to N3191G.  W/o Jul 27, 1970 while registered to Rosenbalm Aviation, Inc as borate bomber No. 85.
					It ran out of fuel and was ditched in Diamond Lake, OR.
				59756 (PB4Y-2S)
				59759 (PB4Y-2B) nose section privately owned by Frederick A. Johnson in USA.
				59762 (PB4Y-2B)
				59763 to Honduran AF in 1956 as FAH 794.  Sold in 1973, now owned by Ronald Saythre in CA as N7237C and 
					stored at Union City, CA
				59772 (PB4Y-2B)
				59773 w/o Sep 13, 1945, Iwo Jima
				59776 (PB4Y-2B, VP-13) flew into cliff at end of Rota Island NAS Agana Aug 12, 1948.
				59777 (VPB-122) missing on flight from NAS Kodiak, AK to NAS Seattle, WA Nov 30, 1945.  24 missing.
				59777 (VPB-122) missing 11/30/1945 on flight from NAS Kodiak, AK to NAS Seattle.  26 MIA.
				59778 (VPB-122) damaged on landing 10/16/1945, Yonabari Airfield, Okinawa.  SOC.
				59783 (PB4Y-2S) lost Feb 12, 1946 NAS Kodiak, Alaska
				59788 (PB4Y-2S)
				59792 (PB4Y-2S)
				59797 (PB4Y-2S)
				59799 (VB-4) got lost during night flight from Adams Field, Little Rock, Ar 6/18/1946.  Crew bailed out.
				59805 (PB4Y-2S)
				59810 to N9681C
				59811 (VP-28) landing gear collapsed during landing roll
					out at Itamy AFB, Japan Jul 11, 151.  SOC, no fatalities.
				59813 (PB4Y-2S) to civil registry in Aug 1958 as N3322G to Mark Aero Supply, Inc.  Sold to
					Svacina Comercio Industria e Representacoes Ltda as PT-BEC Apr 29, 1959.  
					Arrived at Aeropuerto Galeao in Rio de Janeiro Aug 8, 1959, and sold to
					ASAS (Importadora e Exportadora Ltd).  Registration was not confirmed and
					was finally cancelled Jul 16, 1963.
				59814 (PB4Y-2B)
				59815 (PB4Y-2S)
				59816 (PB4Y-2S)
				59817 (VP-29) in forced landing after engine failure Nov 9, 1949.
				59819 currently being restored to flying condition as N3739G at Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX.
				59820 (PB4Y-2S)
				59821 (VP-HL-10) crashed near Ault Field Jul 22, 1947 during final approach.  5 killed.
				59822 (PB4Y-2B)
				59824 (PB4Y-2S)
				59825 (PB4Y-2S)
				59836 destroyed on ground at Llindberg Field, SD by crashing 
					XFR-1 48234 Apr 5, 1945.  Pilot of XFR-1 parachuted safely and
					4 crewmen on PB4Y escaped.
				59840 (PB4Y-2S, VP-931) went into vertical flat spin from 4000 feet and crashed into Saratoga Passage, WA 
					Sept 19, 1950.  Crew of 7 killed.
				59841 (PB4Y-2S)
				59846 (VPB-197) overshot landing and hit ditch NAAS Camp Kearney, CA Aug 24, 1945.  59846 damaged 
					6/8/1948 at NAS Corpus Christi, TX 6/8/1949.
				59851 (VP-HL-13, FAW-3) undershot landing at NAS Kaneohe Bay, HI Nov 18, 1946 and hit enbankment.  2 killed,
					5 injured.
				59852 swerved off runway at NAF Port Lyautey, FM during landing Apr 11, 1951.  SOC, no fatalities.
				59856 w/o Aug 22, 1945 off San Diego, California
				59857 (PB4Y-2S)
				59859 (PB4Y-2B)
				59860 (VP-12) hit tree on landing at NAS Corpus Christi Apr 25, 1948.
				59872 lost 1/22/1948, NAS Corpus Christi, TX.
				59876 accepted on April 27, 1945 by US Navy.  Aug 1945 delivered on August 1 to USN;
					Sep 1945 assigned to Patrol Bombing Sq. 197, Camp Kearny N.A.A.S. (NAS Miramar), Transitional Training;
					Dec 1945 assigned to Weather Reconnaissance Sq.1. VPW-1;
					Mar 1946 assigned to HEDRON 2, FAW-14;
					Jul 1946 repaired at NAS Corpus Christi;
					Sep 1946 placed in storage at Litchfield Park, AZ
					Sep 1952 removed September 15 from storage and flown to NAS San Diego;
					Sep 1952 retired on September 18 by USN and converted to Search and Rescue configuration for use by the 
						US Coast Guard . New USCG designation P4Y-2G. stricken on January 30, 1953 from USN inventory. 
					Turned over to USCG;
				59880 (PB4Y-2S) 
				59881 (PB4Y-2B)
				59882 now with Hawkins and Powers as N7962C, flying as Tanker 126.  Parts used in 
					rebuilding of 66304.
				59884 lost power after takeoff from Ellinikon Airfield, Athens to Udine, Italy  Mar 7, 1951 and ditched.
					Plane broke in two and sank.  6 killed, one missing, 5 injured.
				59885 (VPB-197) crashed on training flight due to loss of control Aug 22, 1945.  10 killed.
				59887 (PB4Y-2B)
				59888 (PB4Y-2B)
				59896 at NAF-NOTS Inyokern by Jun 1950.  W/o Jan 16, 1964 as flying target.
				59905 to Naval Air Reserve at Miami, FL. (NARTU Miami was established at Master Field in 
					1946 and disestablished June 30, 1959), 1958.  Registered as N6816D, Wenairco Inc, 
					Wenatchee, WA, 1963-1972.  Flew as tanker #42. To Hawkins & Powers Aviation. 
					W/o after it burnt out on runway, when the aircraft had caught fire in flight 
					on a landing go-around.  Flames destroyed the aft section of the fuselage forward 
					of the tail at Wenatchee, WA (EAT), on July 27, 1972.  Removed from US Civil Registry, Dec. 
					1977.  Rear fuselage and parts noted, Buckeye, AZ, Jan. 1979
				59913 to N6814D
				59914 (PB4Y-2B)
				59920 to NAF-NOTS inyokern by Oct 1952.
				59923 (VP-772) struck hill near Shelton, WA Nov 12, 1952.
				59925 delivered as PB4Y-2B.  Crashed with VP-24 on Ellesmere Island, Northern
					Canada Apr 16, 1954 while on iceberg patrol.  All 9 aboard killed.  There is an air of
					mystery about this flight and crash.  The exact location of the crash and the
					coordinates of the flight path remain secret.
				59927 delivered as PB4Y-2S
				59928 (PB4Y-2M)
				59929 (PB4Y-2M)
				59930 (PB4Y-2S)
				59932 fuselage with Flying Tigers Warbird Museum at Kissimmee, FL as N9829C.  It had been
					registered as N9829C as early as Jan 10, 1957 to an owner in Compton, CA.
					By 1960 it had found its way to the George T. Baker Aviation
					School at Miami IAP.  It eventually became a shanty youse in the
					Everglades before being recovered to Kissimmee in the 1990s.
					However, this N number is listed in Landings database as belonging to an SE3160 Alouette III.
				59933 (PB4Y-2S)
				59934 (PB4Y-2B)
				59936 (PB4Y-2M)
				59937 (VP-9) hit Black Pea, WA in bad weather Jan 28, 1953.  10 killed.  Wreck found July 1953.
				59938 (PB4Y-2M)
				59939 (PB4Y-2M)
				59941 (PB4Y-2S)
				59944 (PB4Y-2B)
				59945 (PB4Y-2M)
				59946 accepted by US Navy Jun 15, 1945.  After modification, delivered to US Navy Nov 27, 1945.
					Flew with a number of squadrons until Feb 14, 1950, when overhauled at NAS Corpus Christi before
					going to storage.  Removed from storage in 1951 and assigned to NAS Point Mugu, CA probably in
					a missile or drone research program.  Back to storage and stricken from inventory Oct 1, 1956.
					Entered civilian service with Lysdale Flying Service of St Paul, MN and registered as N6815D
					May 21, 1958.  Re-registered as XB-DIT in Mexico by May 15, 1959 and named *Moby Dick* and used
					to haul fish.  Later re-registered XB-DOD.  Final fate unknown.
				59949 (PB4Y-2M)
				59950 (PB4Y-2S)
				59951 (PB4Y-2S)
				59955 (PB4Y-2M)
				59956 (PB4Y-2M)
				59957 (PB4Y-2M, VPW-1) crashed on Mt Monohao, Philippines Oct 19, 1946 during typhoon
					Recon.  9 crew killed.
				59959 (PB4Y-2M)
				59960 (PB4Y-2M)
				59961 (PB4Y-2S)
				59962 (PB4Y-2M)
				59963 (PB4Y-2M)
				59964 (PB4Y-2M)
				59965 (PB4Y-2M)
				59966 (PB4Y-2M)
				59966 (PB4Y-2M)
				59969 (PB4Y-2M)
				59971 (PB4Y-2B)
				59972 (PB4Y-2S)
				59973 (PB4Y-2S)
				59976 (PB4Y-2B)
				59981 (PB4Y-2S)
				59988 (PB4Y-2B, VP-24) crashed NAS Argentia, Newfoundland Oct 6, 1952.
				59989 (PB4Y-2B)
				59990 (PB4Y-2B) w/o Nov 11, 1951 at RAF Luqa Field, Malta
				59991 to N7621C
				59992 (PB4Y-2S, VP-772) hit top of hill during climb out from takeoff from RAAF Ikawkuni, Japan Jul 27, 1951.
					Crew of 8 killed.
				59995 (PB4Y-2B)
				59996 (PB4Y-2B)
				59997 (PB4Y-2B)
				59998 (PB4Y-2B)
				59999 (PB4Y-2B)
				60001 to Mark Aero Supply Inc (probably as N3323G) Aug 1958.  Sold Apr 29, 1959
					to Svacina Comercio Industria e Representacoes Ltda.  Registration PT-BEG
					obtained, and ferried to Sao Jose Dos Campos Jun 11, 1964.  Seized judicially
					Dec 1964 and held Jun 24, 1968.  Seized again judicially Apr 24, 1969.  Seized
					again Jul 15, 1970.  On Jan 29, 1976 through a court order the cannibalized
					remains were delivered to private buyers and the registration PT-BEG was
					cancelled Mar 23, 1976.
				60003 (PB4Y-2S)